26 Burst results for "Post Cove"

"post cove" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"post cove" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"How much. They're really is out there that we are not paying attention to or don't know about or haven't heard about it's easy to forget the internet makes everything feel kinda small and flat. World is a big expensive place. How do you when you're choosing your topics in the story that you wanna cover and i do really well in the podcast. But how do you balance your that kind of revelry in in adventure and discovery whilst also acknowledging sometimes the thorny geopolitics of issues as you did with the beltway but also kind of respect for the culture because they sometimes feel like some travel. Writing just descends into lawyer. Ism and i. I think you guys toe that line pretty well. How do you do that with your content. The podcast actually in some ways has more space for some of these kinds of maybe geopolitically complex the subjects on the website. There's more just like fascinating. Interesting amazing places. It is used as a travel utility. And so we keep that in mind as well one of the big things for us as we sort of. Don't think of ourselves as a travel media company one. We feel like you can find something incredible. An incredible place and incredible story twenty miles from from where you are. So much of what we think about travel is really about storytelling. And that sort of finding new stories is possible anywhere and then i think our focus is just again because it story focused. It's about what is this thing. What is surprising about it. What is interesting about it and less about what other travel media spend their focus on. I think on the question of avoiding voyeurism. I think we just really are really cognizant of not viewing everything from a western viewpoint and sort of ushering anything we just want to get to. What is the kind of most fascinating truth about a place. And hopefully that's sort of the structure that guides us so as at least america emerges from the pandemic slowly and travel is possible if you could go anywhere. What is your post lockdown post cove it kind of ideal travel itinerary. I think i'm doing it currently actually which is not so crazy or so wilder glamorous but we drove across the country to minnesota to see my parents which you know they'd come out to see us. We haven't really been able to come here. So we're spending the whole month of july out like three blocks away from my parents house. in minneapolis. And it's kind of the perfect thing for the moment. It's really good. I think maybe come winter or next year. I think i'll be sort of looking. Maybe more towards some bigger trips international trips but for now this is like i. i wouldn't trade it for any other trip and no place like home that was dylan and here. Now is the episode. The and the berms part one from athletic scare belt conveyors are not a recent innovation used many years for all sorts of industrial application. I'm not sure why conveyor belt they're cool. But i do i always have. I like the little ones at the grocery store..

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"post cove" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"post cove" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Again if if that's your preference to move on to other things i think that's fine as well. But it's definitely a factor this year with kevin. I love the colorado in about this high school season. And and you know kevin woods anything that you took away from this This weird year with with chasa. And how ron blandford. Green work through things how chancellor will work through things is there. Was there any positives. The got put into place this year. That you said okay. That's something i would like to seek. Continue on in years after a post cove it. Gosh that's a good question. I mean Obviously we've we've talked about sort of the negative side sunday schedule changes from some of the blowback from people who just demand what they want. No matter what logic there may or may not be too. But i think a lot of good things. Just the flexibility that that most people have been able to roll with in such a weird year But actually. I think the biggest for me is i. Would you know. We didn't have any local teams in the football championships this weekend. But i you know. I have friends that were covering them and was following that and and seen some of these teams and normal year would have absolutely no chance to compete win these titles and how they enjoyed them and how big they were. I mean denver public schools. I think when two different titles and obviously they struggle in a lotta ways So i thought that was really cool and made me think like we really need to shake up football i you know why not have eight classifications and and spread it out a little bit. I'm not saying everyone should be able win the tidal and and all that but diversified bursts to fight a little bit more. Because i would say tenor. Tell me your number. But i think about ninety. Five percent of football teams go into a season knowing. They can't win a title. I think that's really a bummer. Yeah no i would. I wouldn't disagree with you at all. You know they may not say that but but they do know that The one that i would say that i would like to keep i really liked how the football championships in the spring or excuse me in the in the fall. We're all one location. I really did enjoy that. I gave us the ability to broadcast three state championship games. Instead of just having to pick one or two. And i. I really liked hit central location now i. I probably won't get yelled at for this one i'd like it to be somewhere other than pueblo but other than that. I really liked the.

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"post cove" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"post cove" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Or word or advisor. Your pastor would that would that be something that could get people than to those people who will convince them? This is safe. The truth is what our data shows is. It's actually these doctors, Thies look, clergy, civic leaders, people in communities reaching out that's most effective. It's in some ways like politics and government were reaching out your neighbors opinion. Their view on an issue is going to be the most impactful, and that's true in this case as well. So I guess that means no, We're not going to ask Donald Trump to help us out on this one, by the way, CNN speaking of which we're going to try to get this clip and get into the program this morning, and CNN, Gloria Borger, who works for CNN clean last night after the speech, everybody understands that operation Warp speed happened under Joe Biden. No, it happened under Donald Trump, and nobody corrected her on the set. E mean, when you hear that, and you're sitting on the set, don't you look at her? No, I got it. I'm wave your hands. No, that wasn't Joe Biden that did warp speed. That was Trump who did warp speed. Just Doing? Well, we'll try to get that clip free a little bit later on to CNN s O Post Cove it, you know, everybody's kind of asking, You know what's going to stick What's not in the workplace and our businesses. So McDonald's sales released first quarter, surpassing Covad net 2019 levels so pre covert levels and so the marketing executive there says we're going to double down on digital. Delivery and drive through. I went in to get a happy meal for the kids a couple of weeks ago, and I was like, looked at. Why are you in here? Even though you can't go in there and order it was like, what are you doing? You should be on your phone ordering and just going through the drive through or the little pickup thing. And you know what sticks? Is this? How we're going to get fast food Now, do we even go in any more understanding of the kids Feeling self conscious? Yeah. Supposed to be in here, mom, But McDonald says, Hey, we're going to focus on the digital delivery and drive through a couple of new items in the news. This morning new report on crime and major cities during the pandemic, and the numbers are a little not a little troubling their flat troubling We're gonna talk a little bit more about that also burn out working remotely. At home working and you're burning out. What do you do? We're looking to that. We're going deeper on that. What's the difference in a reality show on TV and the reality of news with news? There's no pre planning, no script. It's unpredictable. We'll make sure you know the latest every time you come back to Sacramento's news, 93.1 kfbk High break time. I know you. I'm Cola.

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"post cove" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"post cove" Discussed on KTRH

"Department in Minneapolis, and the president speaks to Congress tomorrow night coverage at 7 30 here on Ktrh, the defund the police crowd won't like this at all. A new Fox poll showing the majority of voters oppose Funding police. It also found that nearly double the amount of voters opposed the funding than those who support it. 7 36 is Texas continues to reopen from Cove It restaurant owners like Grant Cooper say they're saying a big bounce back from the lockdown or say the same were about 10 to 15% better than free Kobe, But he also told our TV partner Channel two, There's a downside. He doesn't have enough. Staff literally can't open are to run the restaurant because we don't have enough staff the result of stimulus in people being paid more to stay home. I'll swear. A pair of carnival cruise ships are back in Galveston this weekend. They're hoping they can have passengers this summer. And if you're vaccinated The EU may allow you to come back as a tourist this summer as well and as far as how you will be working post Cove it it looks like remote working is here to say, even if it's kind of Ah Piper. It's sort of thing. The hybrid workforce where people were both remotely end on site has its pros and cons and surveys show most employees like the freedom it gives them. Corporate culture expert Lawrence King says companies that demanded their employees come back to the office full time perceived some resignation. Send letters. There's a very real movement. Those companies that are in growth modes. They really need to consider this as an option for both our attention and new hire. He says. Employers should carefully planned their implementation of their hybrid workspace to satisfy their own need to cut down on expenses and keep up collaboration and morale with their staff. Sally Adams. News radios have been 40 ktrh. So we're asking you, if working from home is going to be the new normal or will we be back in our offices once this is all said and done. That's our question of the day ktrh dot com on the Houston's Morning news page or on Twitter at Ktrh days, talk about it on Facebook right now, 53% saying hybrid 29% say. The old normal will return. 7 38 on ktrh. Believe it or not, not everybody in Hollywood is a radical leftist. Actress Roseman Galan says it only seems that way and that the radical lefties don't know they've been brainwashed. I am not here to make people feel bad about their political choices, But I am here to say that you might be in a cult to if you don't know the signs. And I do believe Democrats, most especially, are in a deep cult. She actually says that she respects Republicans. And finally, the Rockets host Minnesota tonight, hoping this now before game losing streak coverage.

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Iconic Theaters in California to Close Over Pandemic Losses

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Iconic Theaters in California to Close Over Pandemic Losses

"The pandemic has cost us a lot, but the hope that someday post vaccine we would return to our favorite places that hope has carried us through the hardest parts of these last 13 months. Well. News came this week that the iconic Arclight cinema and 58 year old Cinerama Dome in Hollywood would not be reopening post pandemic. In fact, the owners of ArcLight Cinemas and Pacific Theater said none of their locations would be reopening. Post Cove it. That's right. No more ArcLight caramel corn or movie pore size glasses of wine. Joining me to remember these theaters, particularly the iconic Hollywood location is Christy Lemire. She writes for Roger ebert dot com and Who hosts the podcast breakfast all day, and she's our regular one of our regular and most beloved film critics on Fridays. Hi, Christie. Hello, my friend. What a sad day it is. I know, And we have all spent so many glorious hours at the arc lights, especially the one in Hollywood. Talk about many, and yeah, from your perspective. So it's funny when you're a film critic, especially if you're a freelancer like so many of us are like you don't have an office, right? You watch movies at your house or you right at your house, and so going to the Arc light on a Monday night to see a big studio release, and all your fellow critics were there, and there's a buzz in the audience as people who love film You know, it's It's like going to your favorite office but also your favorite watering hole and there's such a great energy the minute you walked into that lobby with just the job. Soaring feelings and the huge marquee with all the times and the big clock, and you felt like you were walking into a cathedral of swords. And yet there's also a very intimate sense of community because you could go and have a bye deep beforehand or have a glass of wine afterward and talking about what you have just seen

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"post cove" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Touching it to the tip of your finger getting Ah, flicked on the back of the head actually help you regain the sense and smell of your post Cove it there's a Tempe. Doctor says Yes. So we're gonna put that to the test people are going to. Well, you might wanna put the mic on, buddy. Settle down. There you go. That's that little button in front of you. I'm watching the West. May I know you are very excited about the waste management we're gonna put it's weird. We're gonna put people on who have no sense of taste and smell and we're gonna put them through this test. Does this help with the smell or just the taste? I don't know if we get if we get one of the two, aren't you gonna be happy? That is My friend. She doesn't have taste and she said she ate macaroni the other night because it was like words. Gross. Yeah, because you could only feel the texture. Yeah. Oh, my God. All right, break the bad news to us. Well, it's not the bad news to us. I just gave you good news. Now you're bringing that? No. I'm not afraid that we're gonna be fine. We're gonna get out of this thing. By the end of the year. We're gonna be back to normal. But as far as this thing being gone because of Let's just say we're blessed, right? We live in the west. We have the might of all of our power. Tons of money. Yes. So we're going to be out of this thing way quicker than a lot of other places. But there are some places there that are going to struggle right now. Israel leads us all right. They should be out of They should be at a point where there have your community within the next probably couple weeks, huh? 50 almost 60% of the people who could, you know, get this Have already gotten this the population in Israel. Oh, several million. I would assume I'll look it up. All right, The Seychelles Beautiful love the Seychelles. You a UK Bajarin and the U. S. We're number six. As far as percentages of people in population that can receive this, so we have 11 out of 100 have received it that are eligible because again, they're still studying under 16 and under 18. So kids are kind of and nobody's really worried about the kids. Million people in Israel. How many nine million? You know, so they're doing their thing. This is, uh, good. For a lot of countries, though it could be up to seven years. Oh, God. Could be of seven years were gonna help them. Yeah, because we do have the Johnson and Johnson and that can really help a lot of different countries. Yeah, absolutely. And we will be there. Probably I've always targeted the first of the first couple weeks of school will be back at it the fourth quarter into third. You know, through the fourth, we should be fine. Some places, though, and it depends on again. A lot of this depends on where we go with how long this is take, because if it's always trying to achieve 75%, it could take So long candidate said it could take them up to 10 years to reach 75% coverage. And there's nobody lives in Canada. There already rural right, You've been a winner picks. Somebody lives there. I don't want to live in one about what he does. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, So it's gonna take a bit, but We're going to get their way quicker because the Johnson and Johnson's gonna help tremendously and and on top of that we still are in a position where we have the Western might. We have a lot of money? And we're very blessed in that even though we've handled this bad. It's not going to take us seven years, but it will take us. Through the summer and probably into new year where all of the states are in a great position because there will be some states, New York still gonna have trouble. The blizzard hurt them and and potential weather moving in. Some of the Southern states could have some issues. We're gonna be fine because it's such a bad baby. So Israel is seven million people, and they're gonna be done in two weeks. Arizona has seven million people. Yes, we're not to be done in two weeks. No Difference. They did. Israel got a whole lot more vaccine that we do a lot of vaccine a lot of eggs and and also, let's think about this, too. How many people are younger people they've got. They've got some, not everybody is probably gonna receive it. But as far as how many people are gonna be eligible to receive it and get it They feel that within the next two months since it started, they'll have it. Even if it takes him another month or so. They're gonna be fine. Yeah, they've done it very handed That man for all the people live in Canada out of 100. People are eligible. Only 2.7. People have received the the vaccination. That's not bad. All right, coming up coming up Common Come on. 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Work and Life as a Post-Pandemic Engineer: Is The Office Still The Default?

Developer Tea

05:21 min | 2 years ago

Work and Life as a Post-Pandemic Engineer: Is The Office Still The Default?

"This though is applicable to software engineers and interestingly has been applicable for many people for many software engineers for a long time. This idea that our physical workspace. Our physical location for work is not necessarily concrete. We don't have for example if you were to work at a restaurant. We don't have a grill that we need to go and cook at. We don't have a cash register to stand at. Our work is mostly what happens in our minds. What happens on our very portable devices. So what exactly does it mean for us to be at work physically speaking. What does it mean. Well one of our work is also about human interaction in fact arguably the vast majority of the value of our work if not all of the value is determined by how other humans will interact with them and so there is some layer of locality to our work and there always has been to some degree. Our work needs to be consumed by other people and we very likely are going to be interacting with other people to collaborate on our work. So it's not that crazy. That luke has mattered and probably will continue to matter. Even post cove it. But here's what is likely to change made in my opinion. Here's what's likely to change before covid and really especially in the early two thousands. Before a remote work became a popular option. We had the default of working in an office. When you go to work working in an office where you go. And there is some precedent for this right we. We know that our home is a sacred space That we've evolved to some degree to make our home a private space. And so why would we allow our trade and are home to become mixed. There is some again psychology backing up this idea and bolstering at that. We should have some separation of these concepts at the same time. There's also a lot of evidence to show that are working hours and are working. Environments are into thematical to The productivity especially of the kinds of problems that software engineers are solving. And so wasn't that long ago when remote work became an important option for a lot of companies. There's a lot of benefits to remote work simple examples. Some obvious examples are you can choose from talent pool around the world and you can hire people sometimes for less Less money less of a salary because they're living conditions there They're you know working wage. The amount of money they need in order to live going to lower their living costs are lower and so there's some obvious financial benefits. There's some obvious kind of sourcing benefits to going remote but there's also some softer benefits like the fact that people tend to be happier when they're working in remote capacity. So what does this mean. And what is the future looking like. Most of the companies in tak large companies and small companies like before the pandemic. The default default was still working in the office. It was odd company that had full distribution. It was the strange company that had even fifty percent of their workers being remote most companies Especially large companies. If they have remote workers enough of them will be in the same location that they'll start a satellite office as idea is the host small office and then you have a headquarters office. There's a lot of different forms of remote work but cova changed remote work for virtually all companies. It changed it. Because for many companies that held out in the idea. That officers were necessary for productivity. Cova challenged that assumption. We suddenly had a forcing function and that forcing function was in order to survive. You must be productive and remote the same time. So what does this mean. It means that all of the people working inside of these companies has now had a chance to trial run. Remote now. this wouldn't be a huge deal if it was only one or two companies even if those one or two companies were very large but the fact that this is virtually universal experience that everybody went remote for a while that the all had a chance to work from home they all had a chance to see what those differences would be like for them. This changes the landscape of opinion. It changes from default being in the office to now. A very large number of people are asking the question. Is the office still the default

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"post cove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Jonathan Ferrell. Extra Promise back with us tomorrow. Here's the move Equity futures up about 8/10 of 1% on the S and P the NASDAQ up nicely as well by a similar amount You see on the Russell they're up about 9/10 of 1% the games Continue. I think the really important headlines in the last 24 hours we've mentioned them. A couple of times the amount of people who have received the vaccine in United States now greater than the people who have officially contracted Cove it we're making real progress and a stimulus conversation is on Ghana's well switch at the board. Want to sit on this just for a moment? You're spreads. Some. This is high yield over the last year spreads. It's a huge breakout in spring. Why the wife slicer? Let's step back in. Lisa won't like this move that Tom tighter, tighter, tighter and near the post Cove it tights of the love and how much is the due to the third? Pretty much all of its own. Thank you. It's down to the Fed. But this is what the Fed wanted to see easier financial conditions. So the likes of Boeing the likes of Apple, who, Of course, Apple do not issue in this market could come to market and I'll give you some of the staff's 50 billion. That was the supply that was taken down in high yield in the United States over the last month of January Had 1/5 of that's almost on the triple C bucket by a third of it was from energy Those companies have issued in this market's taken it down. Okay, so say it's $10 billion, benefiting these big name companies because of Fed wants Price up. Yield down, John. How does that read down back to small business in America? Flat on their back. You hope that it keeps people employed. Thank you. Very, you know, keeps people engaging with the economy and you hope it's a thought. Small businesses. We know, though, Tom More business does not play in this market. Like the big players finish on this and crude 55 handle very briefly on wt I Where are we now? 54 81 nice rebound and crude. Hellish morning, Tom. It is a very noticed very bullish morning down futures up 239 to 31,000, but never lose 30,300 You want to point out Brent $58. Barrel and Brent crude David Page with us with acts of their head of macroeconomics right now, David, I love your paragraph looking at the tantrum. What is the tantrum or tantrums? Plural of 2021? What does it look like? We think it you know, we had a mini echo of what we might see. You know, we saw a few basis points on the 10 year couple of weeks ago. But I think is you move into the spring market start to focus on the fact that you know the Fed isn't going to be there forever. At some point is going to start slowing the pace of us. That's not even stopping initially, but just slowing on. Although the Fed has done a good job, but suggesting that now it's too soon to discuss this. The time for discussing is pretty soon I think, And I think when the economy shows more well, robust signs of picking up, which doesn't feel like it that long away, possibly moving into the spring, then I think the market's going to focus on how long the Fed can remain just accommodative, and I think you know, in the spring we start to see some some yields really starting to push up. John Farrell just mentions Boeing an Apple with transactions. As well. Do we have an idea here that that we see the flows of benefit here going to big companies into big financials? What I think to some extent, I mean, what you talked about the sort of tightening I've seen come through and spreads And obviously, that's the Fed backstop in the market. But the Fed hasn't actually had to do that much in terms of purchasing those second rate those corporate jets in the secondary market. Really? You know, what we've seen is a market that has had confidence that there is somebody at the back there, and that really isn't going to change. What is going to change is the short term purchases that we're seeing coming through that But clearly and clearly, what scene is that those lower interest rates over the longer term are affecting several areas of the economy, so yes, that they're impacting the largest on the large companies. They're also giving a real jolt to the housing market. We've also seen a big pickup comes for an auto sales. So all of those interest rates that sensitive sectors of the economy are really benefiting from those low, right. Vaccinating the reopening. Nothing else seems to matter, David. So let's get some of your base case your your assumptions for the rest of the year. Fiscal sanity came on the program earlier, and he said that I should keep my flights booked for the summer to Europe. He's that optimistic. Still, this is what a spokesperson for the UK has to say We're still working on quarantine plan. Using hotels. I'm informed that that step to play take place in the middle of this month. David, When are you expecting things to really start reopening again went to Tom and I get to go to London and do the show from London. What does that happen? I mean, remember, from our perspective in London. At the moment, reopening means that our kids go back to school and that maybe we're able to go to something other than the supermarket once or twice a week. So there's a whole sort of polarity that comes through here, and I think what we're looking for is some point in March to see some of these restrictions relaxed, but they're not gonna go away anytime soon, even though the U. K through very well in terms of rolling out its faxing We worried that that the heightens contagion of the UK variant means that you could still see very high numbers in the remaining unvaccinated population through the spring, and that's gonna be difficult for the government to ease those restrictions quite so quickly. So I think you know the spring we start to see some easing of restrictions, but they're still in place. We're hopeful. That you know it's the government compete. It's four million a week target towards the end of this month. We're hopeful that we could get sort of herd immunity levels sometime around the summer, so sort of July August sort of time. You know, there is a lot of uncertainty around all of those all of those components to that, David, How'd you track that? Do you look to places like Israel as a case study as a guide to how high the bar might be before we have to pare back restrictions. We will do But no, I mean, we're really working off very theoretic models of the moment, Which is why we're so uncertain about the outlook and that's before you start factoring in. You know that the uncertainty that surrounds how the economy is going to react restrictions, But we're assuming that once you get significant portions off the population vaccinated, so they're not likely to be consuming the amount of health care Those vulnerable groups normally do. Then you can start paring back some of the restrictions allowing the virus spread a little bit more in the remaining population, and it's really a balancing act, of course, but it is very difficult and there aren't really many presidents. But yes, we will learn from From those that are running slightly ahead of Israel's not visit uncle there against John Farrow in term, keen on radio and television worldwide. It is Bloomberg surveillance of David Page of Axel Lease Abramowitz in Parks. Itani, Pennsylvania today, silver breaking down right now, almost to a new low, 27.36.

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"post cove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He's president, CEO of Carnival Corporation. You caught up with him at Bloomberg's the Year ahead Virtual Summit. And in this excerpt, you talked with Donald about what it feels like to be a bellwether in the outlook, of course for 2021. It's been a tough time. So it's a very difficult time for travel and leisure on DA Obviously difficult times for Cruz. No, we voluntarily pause way back in March of 2020. And here we are in January of 21. We're still not sailing. We've had a You sailing over in Europe, But you know, very limited basis. So you know they have a business with no revenue for such an extended period of time and the significant burn rate because obviously we have to keep our ship's operational. You can't set these ships up there, not airplanes. You can't just put him in a hangar. You have to continue to operate him, and so it's been very challenging. On the other hand, the company's proven its resilience. Our people have been fantastic. We have raised over $19 billion of capital. In the past few months. All virtually nobody in an office now are people, not the investors, not the bankers, not the lawyers. And so some extraordinary things have happened. Plus, we got 90,000 crew members Carol back home at a time. No flights that were, you know, borders were closed, etcetera. So that was a major deal, not to mention In the early days. 250,000 guests plus a swell Hey, what I wanted to ask you because I feel like, go back a year ago, you folks carnival the cruise industry was seeing. I think the death of the magnitude the seriousness of what? This virus wasn't bad, right? You were seeing. It certainly had passengers on the ship you had employees you had to deal with. I just feel like you guys got an earlier window into how serious this could be. Do you feel like that? There's any early windows. That you are seeing right now that maybe the rest of the world is not I don't know if we really had earlier window but clearly we were impacted because some when countries closed their borders, we have ships at sea. Because this was evolving. Nobody understood it. People were shutting down and we had to get people home. So that was a major episode for us our school. Maybe that's what I mean. Maybe that's what I mean is that you guys really felt the impact Pretty quickly very swiftly before a lot of other folks didn't a lot of other industries did I think our return, unfortunately, is probably gonna be slower than others. And it's because we have so many. If you take a cruise, you go somewhere. So everyone talks about CDC, which, of course, is critically important in terms of heaven. You know, the confidence of CDC forced the sale, but we have to go to destinations. Those destinations have to feel comfortable on. We're not gonna have to start all that once. When I have to stand around Start, we'll start with a few ships at a time, etcetera. And so will be slower coming back, But we will come back. And depending when is in the best of the public health, you know, to sell here in the U. S, and elsewhere in the world were Cautiously optimistic, hopeful that we could have nearly all the fleet back sailing by the end of the year. But obviously hotels and schools and other places where There is, um, a congregation of people are going already happening, and so you know, they're kind of in front of us in terms of being able to see when things are coming back to normal. You guys announced some extending some of your pauses on your departures in the United States. So do me a favor. Arnold, take me to you know your first U. S departure Post Cove in what does it look like? And when do you you know, Fingers crossed. When do you think of my big Yeah, well, those air great answers that would love a great questions. I like that answer is, too. But the reality is, you know what it's gonna look like is, um, you know, obviously, there's going to be enhanced protocols on board health protocols because in this time frame, even with the advent of vaccines, even with the acceleration of low cost wrapped it more accurate testing. Even with the advancement of treatments, you know, cold, but it's still so out there about still impacting people. And so we're gonna have to have elevated protocols for a period of time. Physical distance. Yeah. What does that look like? Yeah. Good news is we've done it now and in Italy and Germany, for example. And so The guest for the guest. We have a great experience, but they are wearing masks. You know there is an attention of physical distance seen. It looks like when you go to the grocery store wherever you go now, and there's a little spot on the forestation stand 6 ft. Behind the person in front of you or something in the airport or whatever. So, so that's what you know is gonna have those kinds of fields to it. But it'll still be a cruise. People will still be experiencing new places and new people and new destinations. You know, we had our very high and that promoter scores, you know, guest satisfaction. Scores on the cruise is that we had in Italy and Germany. Have to say and, you know, you know, I spent some time with you guys went on a cruise just kind of went on an overnight But you know, part of the fun is there's a lot of people on those ships. I mean, they're massive. So I do wonder. Does the new protocol mean that you have to limit the amount of passengers you have on a ship, at least for some time? We'll have to see us. Think on initially that'll probably happens to a degree is we practice the protocols with the crew and get them used to handling everything. We certainly did That. What? I really ceilings and Europe But the ship, sir, Vast, as you know, you've been on them, and so you know, And so the most important thing is that how many people but in those situations where you can have a congregation of people You know? Is there adequate room for distance? Can we distribute which we can for dining and other things to have the physical space like you haven't restaurants where and in places where you're allowed to eat inside the US today and so therefore probably be some limitation based on those types of things, but maybe not as much as people think. You know our ships. Initially we'll start slow, but chances are we'll be back toe relatively, for I can see just with different practices. Are you going to require passengers to get on the ship? Are you gonna require employees to get covert tests? Are you gonna require vaccinations? I'm just curious How that comes into play. Universal testing right now is required for the cruise is absolutely the ones we are operating vaccines are new..

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"post cove" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"In the 19th. Of January tomorrow. The 60 days session kicks off somewhere around noon. It will be different, that's for sure. And joining us now from district 46 State representative Andre Romero, representing thanks for the time today how you been? No, thank you figure you always Have you been? You know, I've been all right. It Z. You know who has the situation has changed really other than we have a 60 day session coming up. You know, and we're all running in place at home and getting ready and been on calls all day and Looking up looking forward TOC XT Day session That's productive, involves exciting. Perhaps we wanted to be really boring from the perspective of Any of the outside influence. But you know, incredibly exciting as far as what the future of new Mexico looks like. All right, we're just speaking with Senator Peter Worth about what it would look like from the Senate side now. You don't make the rules on the house side, But you're where was going on? House members required to wait at wear a mask if they're in the capital, especially if they're in the house floor. That's correct. That would be one of the requirements were looking forward Tomo moving on and if not possible ethical violations. If they don't want to comply with that rule, so even beyond what the Senate is doing, which just escort him back to their office in the house, get actually file an ethics complaint. That's right. I mean, you're putting people at risk. And if you're doing that of your own volition, and you know that there are colleagues that are you're putting at risk. We just don't ever want to have to deal with that. So you should be subject to an ethics violation. All right, everybody has to be in the capital tomorrow to be sworn in. Is that correct? I believe so That's what we're looking at right now. Um, and so were you know every once we do that, and we have to vote on a rule change in person, and then we'll be. We'll be moving forward. You anticipate most of the session, however it runs. It runs 60 days or That goes for a couple weeks and Germans and comes back at some point you expect to do most of that. In your office in the capital or at home or a mixture I planned mostly to be at home pending any technical difficulties with just brought down issues. So if there's any problem like that, we do have a face in the Legislature. I plan to stay away. Our house side has designed our Um, basically this 60 day sessions to be completely virtual that we're prepared to do that on the house side. And so you know, we're I'm ready. Tioga ply with that Stay home and stay face. All right. You and representative Javier Martinez are I guess co sponsoring a bill to legalize recreational cannabis. That's correct. Very exciting. Um, what is the worst? The most important reason to do this now? The most important things that we could achieve by doing this? Is that the money? What is it? Well, absolutely. I mean, we absolutely need to diversify our economy. Um, for this bill, in particular it reduce the harm that comes comes from and has has happened in our communities and criminalizing Canada. Rectifying a lot of that. We want to save the state money from the investments that it has made on criminalizing cannabis and chasing it down in the way that it has convert. Perhaps those who have been on the black market into Only breaking good instead of bad and promoting consumer safety surrounding all of that, and public safety surrounding the legalization process as well. So now is the time Now is the time. How many jobs I mean, and are these real numbers? You can substantiate the comm back up. How many? How many jobs could we create in the first year? If this session we legalized recreational cannabis? What we're looking at right now is that approximately 11,000 jobs could be created in the first year in New Mexico. Right now nationwide. There's 340,000 people employed through this industry. And then we're not even talking about the externalities that creates for marketing opportunities for you know everything from production to testing to the scientific aspect. So all those externalities we're not even accounting for within the industry. But $11,000.11,000 jobs created in the first year is what we estimate we do You think that that's an underestimation, But we want to be conservative about what we're looking at. So we're talking about 11,000 jobs growing it manicuring the packaging it and I guess opening the head shop somewhere. That's right. And if you look at the estimates for the first year of revenue, we're looking at approximately 300 million in sales, which translates to about 42. I'm sorry 50 to 60 million in tax revenue for the state. So when we're thinking about post Cove it how we're gonna diversify what the possibilities are. This is basically 1/10 of the opportunity that we need to continue to diversify in the state. We absolutely need this option in our toolbox. Our guest is under Romero, State representative from District 46, which does them in encompass Partisan Fae all the way up the last components up to Ah up to Nam Bay. Um all right. So what happens representative if he Feds act and the Fed federally legalized and or even reschedule cannabis? So that is something that we're all sort of looking at, especially with the different chambers nationally turning blue. Um so we're seeing that there's an appetite for legalization, however. You know, but the Congress typically follows with the states are doing 35 states right now have legalized medical cannabis, so you can probably see the scales tip in favor of medical cannabis being legalized nationwide..

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"post cove" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Asking to what extent they adhere to official distancing and masking one scientist behind this project, David Lazar of Northeastern University told me what they have found is striking. What we can say from our study is that the states that through the early fall were least adherent to social distancing measures and mask wearing were the earliest state to be hit. Hard. In this later, Serge? Yeah, it's like it's like a state by state national experimental. Now we have results. That's right. I mean, and later this week, President elect Joe Biden plans to sign an executive action to await you. No mandate masks on federal property and an interstate travel. What have we learned Alison about how the virus affects people who do get it. You know, most people recover fully that up to 10% of people have lingering symptoms. You've heard them called long haulers, and people sick enough to be hospitalized tend to fare a lot worse. I spoke to Dr Emily Brigham about this. She's a co director of the Johns Hopkins host acute Covic clinic. We spoke about a new study out of China that finds six months Post Cove it about 76% of hospitalized patients. Haven't least one symptom that still persists. This is not a surprise. The most common symptom six months out within the study was reported us fatigue or muscle weakness, which I would say is commensurate with some of our experience at Johns Hopkins. They also see patients with shortness of breath and lots of other symptoms. You know, it's just another indicator Steve of the toll of this virus and the urgency to get people vaccinated. Does that lead to? Another lesson learned it doesn't have to take five or 10 or 15 years to develop a vaccine. That's right. As NIH director Francis Collins wrote recently developing this vaccine in 10 months, a process that normally takes eight years is truly unprecedented. But there are major challenges we're seeing. Given this chaotic rollout, and these initial weeks I spoke to physician Joshua Sharfstein about this. He's now a contender for the top FDA post in the Biden administration. He says. There's been a lack of coordination and funding. Really, The public health system has been trying to do this. With one arm tied behind its back. You know, the rescue package Congress passed last month will help Biden will ask from war, and Dr Anthony Fauci said yesterday that the goal of giving 100 million doses and the 1st 100 days of the Biden administration Is absolutely a doable thing, he said. He says to additional vaccines, including the one dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine will be evaluated in the next couple of weeks by the FDA. Where do we stand Right now? In terms of vaccinations, you know upwards of 12 Million doses have been administered and the pace is really picking up. I got a virtual tour by face time of the vaccination site at Gillette Stadium outside Boston. That's the home of the New England Patriots. They'll be able to scale up to about 5000 shots a day there. Rodrigo's Martinez of C I C. Health. Showed me around the clinic. It's a really big space and you can see over here. Here's where they get vaccinated in any of these stations, and afterwards they can actually walk into the stadium and take a photo and send through social media that they got vaccinated. Angeles JM And at the time when scientists are concerned about new, more contagious strain, scaling up vaccinations quickly is critical. So when will the pandemic be under control? You know, I spoke to Allie marked out at the Institute for Health metrics and evaluation, he says. Really. The latest modeling is very encouraging, he says. If everybody keeps doing our part, we can have quote a good summer. Okay. We'll look forward to that. Alison. Thanks So much for your work..

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"post cove" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on KOMO

"And Wednesday with highs in the mid to upper forties. That's the latest from the coma forecast Team. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 I'm Charlie Harder. Early research shows there may be a link between Cove in 19 and the long term health of the heart and lungs of people who get it. Now Research is taking place at Harvard and the University of Washington to see how Cove it affects the hearts of athletes. Joining us on the common use line in stalker Jonathan Dresser with the Center for Sports Cardiology at the UW Doctor Dresser. Can you tell us about the study that's underway? Yes, thanks so much for having me This is a wonderful collaboration of institutions across three US. Looking at the effects of covert 19 in college athlete specifically researchers from Harvard University, Washington and a great partnership between American Heart Association and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine or forming or Registry and Collecting data. As we knew early in the pandemic overnight team seems to have an affliction for the heart and in the thickets of patients. This can cause some heart muscle injury and it raised questions about whether or not the virus would cause problems in younger, healthier individuals like competitive athletes. So across the nation, colleges have been doing additional Hart screens and test In athletes who have had covert on Tao. It's time that we we understand more about this. So we're actively collecting data reviewing these cardiac findings from athletes across the nation on drying to have a better understanding of just what the risk is of something like myocarditis after this viral illness in general, is there much that is known about covert 19th long term effects on people's hearts? Growing information? I mean, obviously Pandemics only been around for a year now, so long term is still relative. But there can be heart muscle damage. And when you have inflammation or direct viral injury to the heart muscle, or the mild cardio, which is called myocarditis, but that can be short term on Grizz all of completely or perhaps it could be more expensive and caused Long term problems. And so these are the types of things that we are investigating and hope to find some evidence to inform how we monitor the graphics on how might this research help athletic organizations in general? Well, I think it's gonna help quite a bit. I think colleges across the nation have taken sort of a shotgun approach to investigating their athletes were doing EKGs were doing echocardiograms or ultrasounds of the hardware getting laboratory information. Some institutions. Are you even doing a screening? Memorize. Of the heart, you know, looking for findings, and I think what will hopefully be able to provide some ADA is an evidence based approach to how we might identify those athletes. You truly do have a heart issue related to Cho, the doctor dresser. You're a sports medicine, Doc and you work with athletes often, and they are Often some of the healthiest people in the world. Someone in normal shave is listening right now, Or maybe they have some underlying conditions, and they don't take the threat of covert. Seriously. What do you want them to know about this virus? Yeah. You know, I think the one thing I've learned from my just clinical practice is The importance of recognizing symptoms once you've had over it, so specifically, if you have cardiovascular related symptoms, if you have chest pain, shortness of breath, feel your heart race or perhaps, you know, reduced tolerance, exercise, exercise, intolerance or fatigue. As you return to exercise Post Cove it after the viral syndrome and these air really important symptoms, and I think, perhaps are a marker of higher risk. And so I think this clinically what I'd say is a physician working in the space of your patient. You've had Cove it If you don't feel right As you return back to exercise, I think you should be evaluated by your position. Jonathan Dresser with the center for Sports Cardiology at the UW. Make sure the time today Thank you so much for having me. It's a whole new ballgame at Dodger Stadium in the battle against Cove in 19. ABC is Chuck's Iverson has that Dodger Stadium converting Friday from a covert testing site to a mass vaccination site is a grand slam, says California Governor Gavin Newsom. It's an extraordinary testament to people with resolve with grit and determination. One of those people, he praised the one credited with the idea. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. What's this site is up and running in the middle of next week at full capacity. We'll be taking in at least 12,000 people a day here at Dodger Stadium every single day. All they need are the doses, says the mayor. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News And Jim Chess goes here with your Komal Propel insurance Money Update. Samsung's new line of premium galaxy s 21 smartphones arrives January 29th with advanced features aimed at securing the devices position as desirable alternatives to Apple's iPhone 12. All available for preorder the S 21 starts at $800. Yes, 21 plus at 1000 bucks. Some 6000 Amazon workers at an Alabama warehouse have been given the OK to begin voting by mail in early February on whether they should form a union. A National Labor Relations board hearing officer made that ruling Friday. Amazon had been pushing for an in person voted that facility. Starbucks this past week revealed $100 million commitment to help small businesses and community development projects in black, indigenous and people of color neighborhoods in 12 metropolitan areas around the country, including Seattle. The Community Resilience fund is an effort by the coffee giant to positively affect the communities it serves. That's your money now I'm Jim Chess Co. Co Moh news. May getting a great night's sleep. Your New year's resolution with mattress burns here and sail Hurry in for savings of up to $300 on.

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"post cove" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And here you go. Our trivia question Today is this week in the year 1943. The Pentagon was dedicated in Arlington, Virginia, less than a year and a half after breaking down The Pentagon will be the topic of our trivia question today. How many different zip codes does the Pentagon have? Well, I gotta tell you, I didn't know the answer to that question until I asked it on and saw the answer. It's a tough question. I grant you our text number is 63566. And the 11th correct answer that we receive will earn themselves a $50 gas card. Compliments of the Armstrong Advisory group. How many different zip codes does the Pentagon have? They're your best classified, actually trivia. For today. Um, I was really curious about this story about GM getting into the electric truck business. I think it's great for the city's, but my gosh, I didn't think the technology was ready for electric trucks just yet. Well in GM, saying that they are going to be rolling these out as soon as 2022, I believe is what they specified here for the first one's the first car. That first truck they're gonna have is gonna call the E V six Hundreds. Gonna have 250 mile range on a single charge on FedEx is expected to be the first customers. This is going to be four. Largely urban and sub urban last mile delivery. That's the target market of this. It's not for you know, long halls trying to take stuff from you know, New York City to Chicago or something along those lines. What I can tell you is this is a market. That Yeah, This is this is reminiscent of what we are What we've seen in bubbles when it comes to what we're seeing with electric vehicles here. Yep. GM announces this and and again, it's It's not that this might not be a good idea like this could be a great idea. I don't know. GM announces this The stock was up 6.3% yesterday. Yeah, you know, like they haven't actually sold her built one of these and you get these big rallies happening. You've got all these spats with money flowing into them for evey is and the only thing that I come back to on this is They're two businesses that I would never, ever start as a human being. Okay, I've never started auto manufacturer and I never started airline because those two businesses Shoe money up, spit it out and kick you to the curb. The margins are low. The regulations or high the capital costs are enormous. And I see all this money flowing into electric car startups. And the thing that I always tell people is the thing I always ask people is other than Tesla, which has been around for 17 years now. Okay? Name me one automotive, startup, electric gas or otherwise that has been successful in the last 80 years. Yeah, No, I know there isn't one like it's a tough landscape. You have not had a successful start up auto maker in the U. S since the 19 forties. Yeah, the My question is, I don't think that the technology The battery technology is where it needs to be for mass adoption of electric cars. Is there something going on with electric batteries that we're not aware of? Could be. I mean, I don't know the specifics. I know you're you're starting to see some progress being made by some of the man you for manufacturers in terms of getting the cost down a little bit and bumping the range up, but it zinc lamentably. No, it's it's going to be a process. We haven't seen the breakthroughs that a lot of people have been hoping for on things like lithium air batteries, which I know Toyota was talking about a couple of years back. We haven't seen those kinds of breakthroughs happen yet. And so it's been incremental process. What I can tell you Look, it's still is you look at the electric vehicle market in the battery tech today, compared to five years ago in five years ago, it was Hey, you could get a Nissan leaf that gets 90 Miles, and that's it. And now you've got a whole bunch of cars offering 200 to 300 miles on a charge. And to me that is an awful lot of progress in the five year period, but it's incremental. It's not the leap of Hey, now we've got Battery that, you know, just 500 miles on a charge and it's cost effective to be able to sell a $30,000 vehicle. We're not. We haven't seen that leap to this point, right? Right. A walmart coming out with an idea. That I really like. And e think this is going to lead to further adoption of grocery deliveries they're going to and they're doing this just in Arkansas is this test But they're gonna put smart coolers on customers doorsteps so that you know when they deliver your produce and your milk and things like that. It's not sitting out in the hot sun. I like this idea, and it shows and demonstrates that perhaps grocery delivery has legs. Yeah, I think it's something that's interesting there. You know, doing this. They're testing it just in their hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas to begin with, So it's It's gonna be a small pilot program that they are starting here, but It's something that I do think it is interesting to deal with some of the problems that you have with grocery delivery of, namely Hey, let's say that you had specified a certain time that you wanted things delivered in they don't come there. If you're sitting there, and you know the summer anywhere in the United States, and you got milk sitting out for an hour to in the hot summer sun That's not a very good thing. So you know this is an interesting little pilot program that they're starting up. I don't know if this becomes, you know the standard necessarily, but Think for customers that are, you know, post pandemic gonna be heavy users of grocery delivery. This is something that can put some of those fears about spoiled food to rest. If you're using delivery, as opposed to go into the store and picking up on your own, do you guys remember, Like two years ago, we covered this on the show where Wal Mart was actually looking into Having their delivery drivers have access to your fridge so they would do with some sort of a smart lock, and I hated that. And I think that's why these smart coolers. Now, the next step because nobody wanted somebody walking through their house, even if it was on camera. Yeah, No, I just I'm curious that it'll be very interesting to see there's been, you know, Talk about zoom technology and face mask. Do you think about all the things that have happened? As a result of covert and grocery delivery was a big one, right? Does that continue and take a lot of investors are trying to figure that out as well. Does that trend continue? Post Cove it when we get this thing under control, I don't know the answer. Could tell you anecdotally and I'm just talking about myself. It will not You. You're you want to get back into the stores? All right. I can't wait to smell them meeting touch the veggies and just never. You're facing the lettuce. You're Italian, You know, be a certain size and I like to smell the meat. You know, I have them pick up the meat. Put it in front of my nose and I go. Yeah, that's a good piece of meat there. I got to take that one. You know, I've never smelled me. It's like the wrong time. This is it e think we might be the normal ones. Just just a guess The markets are open right now. It's it's really a flat day. When I look at Wall Street, the S and P is up eight points. The Dow's up a point, the NASDAQ's up 79 points. If you own a business, I would ask that you make sure you are tuned into the next segment. We're gonna be joined by vice president of Leader Bank J. Tulley. We're gonna have a conversation about the next round of paycheck. Protection loans they have started and Jay's going to tell you what those parameters are when we return to the financial exchange. Financial exchanges live on Facebook, so make sure to like our page and watch the guys break down the latest on the markets every day, beginning at 10 on the financial exchange, radio network TV Welles News 39 20 and one of 47 FM..

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Walmart will test grocery deliveries to a smart cooler on customers' doorsteps

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Walmart will test grocery deliveries to a smart cooler on customers' doorsteps

"That I really like. And e think this is going to lead to further adoption of grocery deliveries they're going to and they're doing this just in Arkansas is this test But they're gonna put smart coolers on customers doorsteps so that you know when they deliver your produce and your milk and things like that. It's not sitting out in the hot sun. I like this idea, and it shows and demonstrates that perhaps grocery delivery has legs. Yeah, I think it's something that's interesting there. You know, doing this. They're testing it just in their hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas to begin with, So it's It's gonna be a small pilot program that they are starting here, but It's something that I do think it is interesting to deal with some of the problems that you have with grocery delivery of, namely Hey, let's say that you had specified a certain time that you wanted things delivered in they don't come there. If you're sitting there, and you know the summer anywhere in the United States, and you got milk sitting out for an hour to in the hot summer sun That's not a very good thing. So you know this is an interesting little pilot program that they're starting up. I don't know if this becomes, you know the standard necessarily, but Think for customers that are, you know, post pandemic gonna be heavy users of grocery delivery. This is something that can put some of those fears about spoiled food to rest. If you're using delivery, as opposed to go into the store and picking up on your own, do you guys remember, Like two years ago, we covered this on the show where Wal Mart was actually looking into Having their delivery drivers have access to your fridge so they would do with some sort of a smart lock, and I hated that. And I think that's why these smart coolers. Now, the next step because nobody wanted somebody walking through their house, even if it was on camera. Yeah, No, I just I'm curious that it'll be very interesting to see there's been, you know, Talk about zoom technology and face mask. Do you think about all the things that have happened? As a result of covert and grocery delivery was a big one, right? Does that continue and take a lot of investors are trying to figure that out as well. Does that trend continue? Post Cove it when we get this thing under control, I don't know the answer. Could tell you anecdotally and I'm just talking

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"post cove" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on KOMO

"At the UW. Dr Dresser. Can you tell us about the study that's underway? Yes, thanks So much for having me. This is a wonderful collaboration of institutions across three US. Looking at the effects of covert 19 in college, actually, specifically researchers from Harvard University, Washington and a great partnership between American Heart Association and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine or forming or Registry and collecting data. As we knew early in the pandemic, Cova 19 seems to have an affliction for the heart and in the thickets of patients. This can cause some heart muscle injury, and it raised questions about whether or not the virus would cause problems in younger, healthier individuals like competitive athletes. So across the nation, colleges have been doing additional Hart screens and tests. An athlete who have had covert on Tao. It's time that we we understand more about this. So we're actively collecting data reviewing these cardiac findings from athletes across the nation on drying to have a better understanding of just what the risk is of something like myocarditis after this viral illness. In general, is there much that is known about coded nineteen's long term effects on people's hearts? Growing information? I mean, obviously, pandemics only been around for a year now, so Long term is still relative. But there can be heart muscle damage. And when you have inflammation or direct viral injury to the heart muscle, or the mild cardio, which is called myocarditis, but that can be short term on dissolve completely, or perhaps it can be more expensive and caused Long term problems. And so these are the types of things that we are investigating and hope to find some evidence to inform how we monitored his ethics. And how might this research help athletic organizations in general? Well, I think it's gonna help quite a bit. I think colleges across the nation have taken sort of a shotgun approach to investigating their athletes were doing EKGs were doing echocardiograms or ultrasounds of the hardware getting laboratory information. Some institutions. Are you even doing a screening? Memorize. In the heart, you know, looking for findings, and I think what will hopefully be able to provide some data is an evidence based approach to how we might identify those athletes who truly do have a heart issue related to Cho, the doctor dresser. You're a sports medicine, Doc and you work with athletes often, and they are Often some of the healthiest people in the world. Someone in normal shape is listening right now, Or maybe they have some underlying conditions, and they don't take the threat of covert seriously. What do you want them to know about this virus? Yeah. You know, I think the one thing I've learned from my just clinical practice is the importance of recognizing symptoms. Once you've had Cove it's so specifically if you have cardiovascular related symptoms, if you have chest pain, shortness of breath, feel your heart race or perhaps, you know, reduced tolerance, exercise, exercise, intolerance or fatigue. As you return to exercise Post Cove it after the viral syndrome and these air really important symptoms, and I think, perhaps are a marker of higher risk. And so I think just clinically. What I'd say is a physician working in this space. If you're patient, you had Cove it If you don't feel right as you return back to exercise, I think you should be evaluated by your position. Jonathan Dresser with the center for Sports Cardiology at the UW. Thanks for your time today. Thank you So much for having me. Cuomo's Charlie Harder your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on coma, And here's your Komal money minute, sponsored by Propel Insurance stocks ended a quiet session with narrow games. The Dow Jones industrials rose 60 points. Theo S and P 500 edged up a point and a half and the NASDAQ composite moved up 36. You. Probably you saw pictures or a video of one of last week's U. S. Capitol writers wearing a camera out switch T shirt well, such shirts have been available via etc. But no longer that he commerce company says it removed the product immediately after learning that have been available for sale there. Also banned the shot that listed it, it said. Items that glorify hater. Violence have no place on that seat. That's your money now. Now your political insights from ABC News House Republican Caucus chairwoman Liz Cheney, saying she will vote yes on impeachment, saying the president lit the flame for this attack on the Capitol and that everything that followed was his doing. Representative Cheney, saying there has never been a greater betrayal by a president to his office or the Constitution. At least one new member of Congress is angry the chambers installing metal detectors to prevent her from bringing a gun onto the House floor. Colorado Republican Lauren Bo Burt, saying the House speaker's trying to disarm members who needed protection last week and that metal detectors would not have stopped the violence. House members are allowed to keep weapons in their offices. It's not clear if the joint Chiefs of staff ever had to remind troops to defend the constitution. But they've done it now, in a memo saying that that is their mission and any act, disrupting the inauguration or any constitutional process is against the law. Those your political insights I'm Andy Field, ABC News More arrests around the country in connection with the new threats targeting Inauguration Day. ABC News chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas has the latest on the second failures before last week's deadly attack at the U. S. Capitol. 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"post cove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The head of global multi assets at T. Rowe Price, which runs about $1.3 billion in assets. So, Sebastian, Let's talk a little bit about asset allocation. You You mentioned the 60 40 portfolio. It's been pronounced dead. I don't know it doesn't times over the last decade. But with rates under 1% and and zero not too far off in the future. Maybe this time is is the time where the 60 40 portfolio really is dead. What do you think about that traditional asset allocation mix. Bury these days. That's the perfect question to ask an asset Allocator. If you want the long answer, it's a really important and well discussed question. Let me start with the conclusion. This 60 40 portfolios not bad, but it needs to be improved. I have three main concerns with the 60 40 and the first one Is really obvious. Is that The 60 40. Provide the specific risk profile and not everybody should have that risk profile. So it is too generic. If you think about it as a blanket. Advice, depending on how far you are from retirement, for example, earlier were talking about target date funds. You should probably have a different mix between stocks and bonds. People need to account for their risk tolerance. You know the question How much stocks Should I own is often especially these days, Probably Maura than you think. I talk about this in my book, but if you look at target date strategies Someone who's 15 years from retirement. Take 50 years old. Uh, We think should hold about 80% of their portfolios and stock and retirement. The equity wait. There's still about 55%. And this is because you know who longevity Says, or longevity risk is an important factor. And it says, you know, even at retirement, you can expect to live for another 2025. 30 years. So you want your money to last. So that's kind of the first thing to say about the 60 40. Let's just all realize that it's very generic advice in terms of the stock bond mixed Second really important risk is not stable over time. Think about it this way on a rolling one year basis if I calculate the volatility of the 60 40 portfolio, depending on the environment. I can get this much as 20% volatility. Or as little as 5% volatility. So that's for the same asset mix. 60 40 could live very aggressive when markets are volatile, and it can look very conservative. In quiet times our industries evolving towards more dynamic risk management to stabilize risk. Think target risk rather than Target allocation. And 30. Shoot the $64 question. Very capital markets change. Interest rates are now Post Cove in 100 basis points lower than they were before Coben and that's about the 50% drop relative to their level at the beginning of the year. So this means that for the same expected return, people need two more risk. Many friends that this way in order. To hope to achieve the same expected return, people need to take more risk. S so it's not just the search for yield anymore. The search for return The bark is AG has the yield of you know, say 1.2% with especially zero after inflation. And our solutions team has done a study and they found that in order to reach a 6% expected return Now there lots of assumptions here depends Which asset classes you pick. It depends how you model Lord returns but roughly speaking given current rate levels. You actually need about 80% and stocks. If you want to reach for a 6% expected return, going for it, and to make things worse, Bonds no longer diversifies oxen as much as they Did in the past. So maybe the answer to the question how much stocks Uh, should I hold again, as I mentioned earlier is often more than than you think. But I understand the spirit of the 60 40 question is more about the role of traditional asset classes, right? Stocks, Bonds, beers, burgers, simple stuff. So my views that the 60 40 portfolio Again. It's not dead, but That's the risk level. You're sure you're shooting for. It needs to be re optimized. And in my book, I presents a model portfolios. And we have shifted 12% of the allocation from bonds, too low volatility alternatives. We have a 5% allocation to risk premium or factor strategy if you will develop Bility premium There's also dedicated long bond allocation of 3 to 4%. The other thing we did in that month portfolio is that within equities, you can swap 5 to 10% of your stocks. Traditional long, only stocks to risk manage or defensive equities, their different ways of doing that those air a lot of those that are available on advisor platforms, for example, and some of them integrate integrate dynamic. Risk management. So, as I said, very if you want to get a national occasion and I saw a cater talking, ask them about the 60 40 and whether it's dead. The bottom line is that, you know, experiment. Generic advice. You have to calibrate this for risk. You have to count for changing risk over time. Capital markets of change for your expectations from the 60 40 change, and ultimately, I think you can re optimize it with these different solutions that just mentioned we've been waiting for a long time to see when Investments outside of the U. S will begin to pay off. They've lagged for the better part of a decade. When are we going to see the benefits of global diversification? Or were has the law of mean Reversion Been repealed? Yeah, That's a really good question, because non U. S stocks have under performed for a long time. And this is an example of where relative valuation has not worked in terms of reversion towards the mean because other factors have not lined up. Let's think about the usual disclaimer. I'm sure you tell that to all your clients. Very past returns are indicative of future returns. But the generic statement that I talk a lot about in my book, but Show that over, say, five or 10 Year horizons, relative returns and valuations tend to mean reverts. It's possible that going forward in on U. S markets could outperform I believe From a long term perspective, emerging markets in particular position for higher growth. In the rest of the world, given where there are in their business cycles and given their demographics And if you want to get a little bit more tactical. In an economic recovery economies that are more leverage like Europe, for example, that have more cyclical exposures. Good outperform. Coming up. We continue our conversation with Sebastian Page head of global multi assets at.

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"post cove" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Now a news radio 8 40 WHS a cold morning out there. Attempts in the upper twenties, Lower thirties up to 36 cloudy and cold today, Scott Fitzgerald with you, Joe Jack Camino in the Control room. Well, Clark will be along in about 17 minutes time. Big story. He's got on tap Ah, body buried in the South and will will have the latest on that coming up as well as Warning the investigation of what exactly happened at the capital this week as authorities are now starting to track down those involved. We will talk coming up. It's 7 35 with a local guy who knows a thing or two about that capital and he may have some answers or, well, at least ask him what happened. And how did people just walk into the capital of sauce? Awesome, disturbing videos yesterday and you know, you gotta separate sort of the conspiracy stuff in the The factual, legit stuff, and you really have to do some sort. Now you gotta be on your p's and Q's when you're reading social media, especially after last week, But we'll talk to him and we'll get some reaction to the local new police chief as well that coming up at 7 35, and then we'll run down some sports here in just a few minutes. Big, big day of college basketball as you heard big voice guy say there we do have the Kentucky Wildcats coming up? Louisville, of course, is off. They were to have played Georgia Tech today, but the Yellow Jackets are having covert issues. That game has been postponed. But there for you a C C fans, there's a big slate of games coming up. We'll run down that schedule. Both the SEC and the SEC as well. So ah, lot to get to this morning. Appreciate you joining Joe will and I will take you right up to a nine o'clock this morning, and then we'll get on outta here. And we'll start the weekend. At least it started a little bit last night. Maybe a little too late life. Yeah, I'm I'm gonna go home. Take a nap. I stayed up too late. Last night. Well, it's Yeah, right. And so that's the problem. We took down. I took down the outdoor Christmas decorations this week. Now we got the inside stuff and it's one of those where I say I don't usually touch the inside stuff. I don't like that. I would just assume put up a Tree and have a couple decorations. But it'll be done now comes to take down time. So My kids won't be around for sure. And then my wife will just have me hauling boxes all day. Yeah, It's not gonna get a nap today. Sorry. Yes, we'll see. All right. Well, regardless of what you do today, making a good weekend, because it certainly is gonna be cold one. No doubt there have been more than 20 Million confirmed covert cases in the U. S. One of which is our own Joe Jack Covino, who had it? At least 10% of those or two million people are considered long haulers. That means they'll have debilitating symptoms Weeks or months after getting the virus, CBS News Medical Contributor Doctor Taranto Rula Was inside some of the specialty clinics for long haulers and talks with some of those who are suffering. When we first met Kevin Raffle back in April, we love you. He had just woken up from a medically induced coma because of covert complications. Today, he's back home but hasn't fully recovered, but it's a little out of memory loss being out of breath. Lot of fatigue, a lot of joint pain, things like that. You wonder if you're going to get everything back, but we don't know. Yet he falls and the estimated 10% of covert patients who are long haulers. Survivors who months after being infected with the virus are still experiencing debilitating and often crippling symptoms. There are days when you try to get up your body just lost cooperate. Your limbs want move? Your brain is too busy for you to even set up, let alone stand up. 25 year old Michelle. So G went from a fit and healthy athlete to living with chronic muscle pain and fatigue, shortness of breath and brain fog. I actually could no longer live by myself anymore. The symptoms were so debilitating. I couldn't get out by couldn't shower. She's now a patient at UC Davis is Post Cove in 19 Clinic, one of several new specialty care clinics emerging across the country specifically dedicated to treating long hauler patients. What happens at the post Co vid clinic that you attend? Yes. So initially you get seen by whoever is the most perfect person to see you for your prominent issues For me.

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"post cove" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I don't think so. So we have quite an important race today. Determining control of United States senators, you know, Republicans already have 50 seats. Democrats have 48 seats. There are two Senate seats in play, because There was no one who got more than 50% in the election so that forces a runoff. And now we have This battle between these candidates playing out with the whole country. Watching very closely. Because so much is at stake. You got us off, hoping to defeat her. Do you have war? Knock up against Kelly Leffler? And many people now sitting around wondering what would happen. I mean, the president even understands the stakes here. What would happen if the Democrats had One Can't Washington uncontested, But majority control hopefully will contest it, no matter what. Majority control in the House, The Senate and And, of course, having the presidency as well. One of the kinds of things that they would do. Often we talk about politics in more general terms. Perhaps even we focus in on things that arm or Theoretically impactful that arm or a question of what is what is best. What is right, but not necessarily what will affect you. The control of the Senate, especially when you take into account the very high likelihood That Joe Biden and Kamila Harris the 99.9% likelihood that they're going to be the president and vice president of the United States in just a matter of weeks here. The Senate is as the president as our current president, Trump pointed out the last line of defense. And if you have Harris and Biden gosh, I didn't mean to say it in that order, but Seems right, doesn't it? Increasingly, this will look like a Harris presidency with this guy named Joe Biden, who's hanging out in the Oval Office. But not really calling the shots. That's my prediction. But if they don't have the Senate, they're not able to do the same kind of long term damage. And they're much less likely to be able to do damage that will affect you. Here is what they're not telling you. Here's what you're not hearing about. What this will influence if we have Democrats in control of the House, the Senate and the White House. You will see a major increase in taxes. You will see an effort. To try and come up with a public option. Which will expand the one thing Do you know what drives most states deep into the Red? June's? You know what the single biggest budget item is that pushes states into debt. And then causes more borrowing. And then there's interest payments. Which means guess what more tax on all of you. It is Medicaid. It is the government's idea of providing health care for people at a certain income level. That's the single biggest driver of state dead. Do you think that a public option He's going to be a plan that people will want to be on. The only way that happens is, if they're getting a much better deal. They're getting much more out of it than they pay into it. And that's going to drive up the cost of health care for everyone else because you're gonna be subsidizing that public option just like your taxes currently pay for Medicaid. So that's one thing. They'll definitely do that. I mean, that's a given. Will be environmental policies will be an increase in the corporate tax rate. Whatever will be 28% or 30%, or who knows Which means that you'll see a decline in the stock market. You'll see declining your 41 case. Hiring will go down just at a point when we could see A major economic recovery and weaken tell based on what's already happened this year under Trump. There was a lot of cash on the sidelines are a lot of people just waiting just waiting for that green light for the economy to open back up again. Post Cove, it There'll be a flurry of frenzy of productive wealth creation for Americans all across the country. That can happen. But if you have these Democrats Able to do whatever they want without Republicans. Having a majority in any On any aspect of the rulemaking and implementing part of the government if they have the White House and the Congress all Locked up. They're gonna do whatever they want. So those were things that will absolutely happen, and then we get into the what could happen when we get into the what if things get Really that And for that, I would just bring you to the long term structural changes that Democrats Congar Oh, for right away. They are already talking about and they're still doing it going right into an election year. They're talking about statehood for D. C in Puerto Rico. Which would add four United States senators, which means they're going to have a Senate majority. For the next Let's say a decade or two, and that's really just baked into the cake. That's all done. If they do that. They're going to try to pack the court. They will. I shouldn't say try. They will pack the courts with activists, though, Pack the courts with people who think that you should say Amen and a women, you know it. They're all packed the courts with social justice warriors with those who are so brainwashed. Bye. Woke nous and political correct is that the law will not matter because they see a greater justice. In diversity and inclusion efforts than anything actually written in statute or the Constitution else. They'll have judges that reject science while claiming to embrace it. On issues of the right to life in the womb. Now they'll put judges forward. That will make sure that your liberty is on Lee. At the whim of the state. There's no freedom. There's no protection that you have. When some Democrat demagogue comes along and says, Oh, but this is really important. Oh, but covert means that the Constitution no longer counts. The left is all on board with an ideology of the eradication of your rights. When they think it's convenient when they think it's necessary. There is no right that you have that the state cannot violate, including just The right to Fair trial the right to not be detained for no reason. The most basic kinds of justice are under assault in the cove it era. You have things like The bill in New York state. Will they'll be able to detain you? Because you're considered a public health risk? Who determines whether you're a public health risk the people in charge? How do you even get to fight that? You don't? They could just take you now. Whatever happened to habeas corpus? Whatever happened to due process? Democrats are abandoning all this, but we're not paying attention to that as a country are we No, no, we're supposed to focus on Trump's phone call in Georgia. Oh, my gosh! Impeach him again. Pitching for what? Exactly? President believes that the election was stolen from him. He thinks that rapids burger is an incompetent before moon and he is So he doesn't trust rapids burgers. Word when he says, Oh, no, you have the wrong numbers. Once again. They're telling us the president because of what he said on the phone call should be impeached and I suppose removed because it's never enough for them. It wouldn't be enough even if Trump More removed from office at this very late stage and then prosecuted, they would still feel like Trump got off easy. And this is what we're up against with these Democrats, and it's why I want to tell you in the same way that Trump Turned around. The idea of fake news on the live media. One of the great Things about Trumpism has been his willingness, his ability His Tenacity in fighting back.

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"post cove" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"A good friend and a man. I deeply respect our nation's former director of national intelligence capacitor Richard Grenell. Welcome back, Rick. Any Thanks for having me Rick. You spent eight years working for our nation of the U. N. And then you were U. S ambassador to Germany with some other extra duties, Take a minute and review those for us. Yes, I not only was the U. S ambassador to Germany, but the president asked me to be the presidential envoy for coastal Serbian negotiations. Which I did for a little while. And then after that, the president asked me to be the acting director of National intelligence. Well, they found a permanent replacement, so I stepped in. And did that as well as be ambassador to Germany. So it's one of those things. Denny's. You know, when the president calls and asks you to do something, you got to do it. Hey, there are those people They're called to serve. You and I are two of them. When there's a job to do, and we say we'll do it. We do it to the best of our abilities, and that's the essence of it. Okay. I think the four or five biggest issues facing our nation right now in my mind, and we'll see what you think. That to me, clearly corrupt presidential election which is horrible for our nation going into the future. Plus the huge breach in our national security. And the crazy budget or Congress just passed. I can't even believe all the things that a lot of good stuff but unfortunately way too much pork and stuff. Corona virus, which is being used to break our economy and then the spread of China. Where do you want to start? Rick? Yeah. Well, I think two of them are Related, and I would say that the spread of China and the threat of China and cope with 19 are really directly related when I was at the D and I, when I was acting director We Wrestled through a U. S intelligence. Why'd agency statement and these statements to get All 17 u. S intelligence. The agencies to sign off on one statement is incredibly hard. I spent eight years up at the U. N and was inside the Security Council trying to forget 15 countries to agree to statements inside the Security Council and I have to say that it's just it's difficult to get 17 U. S intelligence agencies to issue One statement, but we did issue a a statement. And earlier on when the coven 19 pandemic had started. And the statement made clear. That Covert 19 started in China. And that it's spread because of the secret communist Chinese ways and what we also saw. After covert 19 hit was that the Chinese really picked up their strategy of using whatever leverage they had, and you know, in in post Cove in the world. It was the leverage of PPE. It was Gloves and masks that were all made in China, and that was their leverage, and we saw them use their leverage. With local politicians in the United States, mayors Governors. Anybody who control the budget to buy things. The Chinese went and tried to use their muscle. To leverage If you were going to get P pes from China than you, you had to make sure that you weren't criticizing China or You weren't somehow. Making it more difficulty for the Chinese and not furthering their Beijing line, and they're Beijing message. And they were quite aggressive with this and our U. S. Intelligence agencies had to start defense the briefings with certain politicians in the United States to make sure that they understood China was going to continue using their leverage. Now. I will also say that the Chinese pressure campaign and the push To challenge the United States, capitalism and our way of life. Western ideals. It's not new. The Chinese pressure campaign is is not new. Since covered 19 hit. They've been doing this campaign for quite a long time. You can look at the slide that's occurred in Hong Kong, where They have committed for 50 years to allow Hong Kong to continue with Western ideals, the capitalism human rights for the rule of law of those things that Hong Kong has enjoyed for some along. But when the British Relinquished control to China. The agreement was that China would keep its hands off Hong Kong for 50 years and they didn't do that. They went back on their agreement. And now what we see is a rolling back of Western ideals in Hong Kong and a roll up towards communism. And the basing way of life. And so I think you could even go back further into allowing China into the W T o, which we did more than 20 years ago. And when Bill Clinton allowed China to get into the W T o, there was an assumption by many that engagement with China will bring them along and that we would see them. Move towards human rights and towards capitalism. But that hasn't happened. We have seen for 20 years, China has gotten worse. And the eight years of duty Obama Biden administration really unleashed China and Joe Biden we know has celebrated Beijing. The Democrats have really downplayed. A threat from China and over played the threat from Russia. You know, I'm somebody who believed that Russia's a problem. There's no question about that. Russia has always been a problem will continue to be a problem. But China is the crisis and we have missed it for spell long and I think thank God for President Trump, who has really tried to engage the Chinese and challenge them. On their rise and has really sounded the alarm with others to the point where I I even think there is some bipartisan support to be skeptical about China, thanks to Donald Trump. That certainly makes sense. And certainly everything you've said, is concerned by everything that I know That's a a hyper.

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"post cove" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"post cove" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Dark, and as you just heard for Amanda, they're clearly It's been a strange year, and we are in unprecedented times. Quote. We're all in this together, quote in any other cliches. I'm missing from 2020 Grim milestone. Yes. Dumpster fire. Ha ha Does daughter actually will give her credit for this? I'm looking for those precedented time returns and I have a confession to make. I think I need to take the blame for this When you guys remember How we started the segment last year on for the 1st 11 months of the year. Frankly, it was pretty slow. But with our top two stories coming into the final month, I guess it's time to strap in and get ready for a crazy 2020. So this is all your fault. Did we just make it to the end of the most historic year since World War two? I thought about this, and I would say not necessarily historic there. You know, there's 1968. There was 1989 the Berlin Wall, I would say maybe one of our most consequential years instead, I think That is definitely true. It could be said, and certainly of my lifetime health wise, I would say not since the 1919 flu pandemic Well, when you look at the impact on average American lives, you know, I would have to say it likely is because this thing affected everyone, and I think it's probably been since the mid forties. Since we've been through something like this. Together. What really sticks in your mind the most When you think back over this year's Scott Oh, gosh, individual responsibility. We had to hunt and gather again. We had to predict the supply chain And while trying to decipher differing edicts from the government where mass no don't wear a mask, I mean, what do you do? And finally you had to make individual decisions for your safety and your own families unlike we've ever had to make it least in my lifetime. For the most part this year. I think everybody rose to the occasion as best they could. They tried to rise to the occasion. They tried to overcome just tremendous obstacles. And it's it's enough to give you a little faith in humanity Still at the end of the year. And you know that was like Halloween when the CDC said we can't have Halloween. And every kid America said. Oh, no, and everybody figured out a way to pull off Halloween kind of safe, But for me, I heard this a lot of sports and for my friends, I had dinner with my family again. Yeah, that is definitely a positive, and after a while that becomes a negative spending more time with family. I think that commercial you may remember where the dog is like your dog for a walk it first and then it's starting to hide because everybody's so desperate to get out of the house who want the longest without a haircut. Why was the first to get a haircut? I knew I knew I knew out of this group that I was sacrificing and I have to say it's because that you have to just get to the root of the matter. Listen, that J. Maybe you went the longest I would quote I would, from February toe the summer. I think it was 60 days for May and the women in my house figured out how to cut my hair. How'd that go? Yeah, pretty good actually, because there's not but not much left to God. I had I had to call in my brother's girlfriend, and she got it done. But I do feel bad about my barber that I see no real interest in going there any time soon, But I think she's still in business. But What is your favorite innovation or improvement that we've quickly found? This year's got working my remote even though that much rather work in person being able to work by remote keys, a whole different part of your brain. I'm going to turn that around. I've been coming into work every day. I think one of the greatest innovations is having a spouse who works at home. Who can for the first time. Do all the shopping on Thursday so that I don't have to go on. I like zoom. I did not even know really What zoom was before this house on this radio station and I and now it's a verb. I like zooming with my family. We've say that we're going to keep that going as a trend, even when we could see each other again. But yes, I think Zoom and all the different ways we found to connect. We had a couple friends whose wedding Had been bagged because of the Corona virus. We said, come to our house. We had a wedding in the backyard with 150. People watching on the zoom with the cameras set up on a ladder that weddings don't terrible. It was indeed I wasn't gonna name names, and it was the sweetest thing you ever saw, and they'll be able to tell their grandchildren about it and it's you know, it's again. People figure ways out to continue on This is 2020 on WSB. I'm J Black with our anchors Roundtable, Scott Slade, Marcie Williams and Chris Chandler. And we usually in this segment, you know, Look at the stories we overlooked this year. It's almost easy. Look at the stories we forgot about. But what what did get overlooked in thrown under the road marching? Well, it's it's all pre and post Cove. It, isn't it. There was Kobe Bryant. There obviously was the impeachment. Over fires not just in California but also in Australia record hurricane season and even murder Hornets E For me was the racial justice movement in seeing Humvees guarding the state capital and Lenox Square. First of all, while that was happening, a lot of people were genuinely afraid. That that's a real movement. It's a societal movement mostly were leads us. I'm not making a connection there with that. But I would say crime inside the city of Atlanta has been something that has been on the increased just month after month after month. Something's gonna have to give and here at the end of the year we discovered the mayor Bottoms is not offer the Biden administration after all, so perhaps something will give after the first of the year. What are you looking forward to?.

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Agency homing in on social media companies' data collection

BTV Simulcast

08:33 min | 2 years ago

Agency homing in on social media companies' data collection

"U. S Federal Trade Commission has issued orders to Amazon, YouTube and Facebook and six other social media companies to hand over information. But how they collect and use information from users, the country's top privacy regular, saying the firms use of consumer data is quote shrouded in secrecy. The sweeping demand comes after the agency sued Facebook for alleged violations of antitrust laws just last week. Discuss We're joined by Mark Mahoney, managing director at RBC Capital Markets. So Mark obviously the pressure from the U. S government on Big Tech in general has been ratcheting up. How much does this latest salvo from the U. S government changed the equation. Just write it just like your expression. Emily. It just cracks. It's up the pressure on these these companies, and it's become a clearly a bipartisan issue. You notice that, in the congressional hearings in the middle of the summer is what I called up opening of a congressional bipartisan can of whup ass on on Big Tak. It's Republicans and Democrats. So yeah, these these companies have planned to become very large, very powerful, and there are legitimate questions. So it's the weather. They become too large, too powerful both in terms of their acquisitions and then their internal practices. Privacy issues are a little bit separate. But you know the scrutiny is a super high and at that leased it very much limited ability of these companies to do any large scale acquisitions. This statement from the FTC today, the decisions that prominent online platforms make regarding consumer and customer data remains shrouded in secrecy. Critical questions about business models, algorithms data collection and use have gone on answered. Policymakers and the public are in the dark about what social media and video streaming services due to capture and sell user's data and attention. It is alarming that we still know so little. About companies that know so much about us. You know, as somebody who has covered these companies for so many years, you know, I'm sure this is probably the height of scrutiny that you have seen on these companies from the U. S government. How big a risk should investors take this into their calculations when they're thinking about whether to invest in these companies that already high Valuations. Well, let's see, I you know, we regulatory issues aren't necessarily new Google is paid. I think about $10 billion now and find space book is a those air European finds Facebook has paid about 5 to 6 billion to us to the FTC for violating a consent decree or acknowledging that may have violated a consent decree so investors were used to find Investors. They're used to this kind of scrutiny. So I don't think it changes the investment thesis on this name. You'd have to really have a required break up or required changing business practices. But Emily, you've tracked decision industry for a long time. A lot of these models. It's kind of a trade off for consumers. You you know, if you want a free service, you have to give up some of your privacy. You have to give information and by the way, in many ways, I think it actually makes the service a lot better. You get targeted ads rather than junk mail on. I think most consumers prefer the targeted ads, how, In fact, they get the information to target the ads. I mean, that's kind of a secret sauce for a lot of these businesses, and they probably not tell regulators or anybody that for competitive reasons, but they may be forced to now because of regulators, and so anyway, that's that's the new issue, but I don't think it changes the investment thesis on this name for good for for investors. What about the risk in particular of Facebook being broken up? Given that the FTC certainly it's not required, but the FCC has suggested that could be a remedy spinning off instagram spinning off. What's up? Well, it could be one of the smoking guns Emily that came out of this congressional hearings this summer and, by the way, was already brought up in a couple of really great books that have been published in the last year or two about Facebook and Instagram quickly. Several fires book is that there's no question that Facebook bought Instagram, in part to take on what they perceived as a potential future competitors. And so the those air those are the things that antitrust laws they're sort of meant to stop or to at least address why there was The dress. The first time the FTC looked at that acquisition is a little bit of a mystery. But anyway that Z it does. It does raise the issue that these will be forced breakup. I think break up of what's happens a little harder to see what the rationale for that would be. It's not clearly in the same industry as Facebook. That was kind of the more about our thought. Colonel acquisition, but the person's gonna be there. I think it's unlikely they'll be required spin offs, but it is possible. Now you just put out a note on uber and you are pretty bullish on how they come out of the pandemic. Why? Tuck. I'm sorry, Emily. Let's see the uber. This remains our topic in the group. We have snow dust this multi year rise in the interest of ride sharing what I found. Most interesting. This from this report in the survey was the finding that consumers are finding new use cases for ride sharing. Dark Custer shot. He talked about this on the last earnings call that New Yorkers you specifically pointing to. We're starting to use ridesharing during the middle of the date or non peak commute times. Our surveys show that people Start to use ride sharing to run errands. If that use case continues, post Cove it and then you have your general use cases rising for social events. First for airport runs. What it means is that the use cases for ridesharing for uber for lift all then they're gonna be greater post cold Whenever postponed. It is. I thought that was an unusually bullish take away, So we continue to like Cooper. It's our topic in large cap. Now interesting. Uber's Obviously one of the companies that has struggled in the midst of the pandemic. Stitch fix is another company that your look looking at that struggled early on as well made big job cuts but seems to be taking off like a rocket ship. What do you seeing in terms of the path ahead there? So that's gonna be a covert recovery. Play on that retail is a category Emily just accelerate like a rocket ship throughout Cove it except for fashion apparel because we didn't want to buy clothes to go out because we weren't going out. But now we starting to think about going out. There's been a lot of pent up dollars. Uh, I think people will be looking to refresh their wardrobes. And in the meantime, I think Stitch fix Katrina like that, that company, I think they've done a lot of product improvements. And to me, that's what innovation product groups really tried that you do these for these companies over time, and I think investors kind of made miss Mr Underappreciated. Some of the changes that they've made the side is more personalized. They figured out new features that kind of game ified to service a little bit on. I think that you come out of covert. You'll see a really nice sharp recovery in both new users and in revenue it stitch fix. This has been one of our topics and small cap. We've had a dramatic surge in the shares, so it's become a pretty small by force now, but fundamentally, it's a much stronger acid. It will be coming out of orbit and it was coming in. That's why investors are excited. Now even covering take a long time Mark, and I'm sure you follow the Airbnb and Gord Ash I pose last week, doubling their valuations. Even Brian Chesky. The CEO, seemed stunned when I told him live on air, where the shares were about to open at As we head into 2021. Are you concerned about froth in the market? We're already looking at a couple of companies affirm and road blocks that are postponing their I pose till next year. As as we they try to get a sense of what is happening in this market. Well, yeah, This is unusual What we're seeing, and I don't have been a formal opinion, either Airbnb and or door dash. I wanna look at names this year, which have risen a lot because their estimates have gone up. So I look at a good classic case like a Facebook or an Amazon. It's not so much the re rating. We haven't seen these multiples. Five the moon. What we've seen this. The numbers have gone up Amazons. Everybody's estimates on the street for Amazon of Ghana materially since the beginning of the year because their revenue growth accelerated. There were big winners off of advertising on the cloud computing business, even though all three of their agents of growth have actually benefited from Cove it so I think there's less risk in a good, solid name like that, and my guess is that you'll see kind of a recovery back or returned by investors back to kind of the standard Bears of tech. Especially those that benefited but also came up with new investment initiatives. During the course of the year again, M sounds the poster child here. They're increasing their distribution capacity by 50%. This year, they really leaned in the cove it and I think what's gonna come out of that for them accelerated market share gains, So I think investors can still stick with that name and continued output for perform for them despite already out performing this year.

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Freelance work grows amid Covid-19

All Things Considered

04:07 min | 2 years ago

Freelance work grows amid Covid-19

"Going around these days, The future of work is now the pandemic has turned million's of us into virtual workers. And there's another trend that's been less obvious permanent full time jobs, going freelance that severing ties between companies and employees as NPR's Orry, Berliner reports. Diana Gil was having her early morning coffee at her New York apartment when the messages started coming in from the boss's office. Can you get on a call this morning with the president? And then, of course, I knew what that meant. She was being laid off from her job as executive editor at Tour books. Gil was given a month's notice, and she had plenty of projects to keep occupied. So the new reality didn't register at first, but then May and I was like Well, there's Cove. It's so there's certainly not jobs right this minute. That's when it sank in. She was a freelancer. Her 24 year career as an editor at New York's top publishers was over. Now editing book, like Manuscript is a specialized skill. So Gil has been pretty busy so far. But she was thrown into the much less secure world of freelancing where the money and gigs are unpredictable, freelancing this feast or famine so kind of comes in waves, and I know at some point there'll be less of it, So I'm looking at that sort of what to do. I had to sort of make it. Work is a business making it work is a business becoming a free agent. That's the challenge predicament, however, you want to phrase it. Facing many Americans. The percentage increases are alarmingly big. That's Julia Pollock labor economists with the job site's IP recruiter. Zip recruiter tracks the proportion of job postings that are temporary rather than permanent, And it's kind of dramatically during the pandemic. The share of temporary job postings in communications, for example, was was only 12% prior to Kobe. It jumped up to 48% in April and May and though it's come down a bit, it's still very, very high. A similar story and feels like HR, and advertising and marketing. The junk was from about 8% historically, to 28% Post Cove. It part of the shift is predictable. When the economy is shaky and the outlook uncertain. Employers are reluctant to hire permanent workers and now tools like Zoom are creating more flexibility in the workplace. White collar jobs can be done anytime, anyplace by any capable person with a phone and a laptop work is untethered from the office. So workers don't build personal connections with their bosses. I think now you know, lots of companies are starting to think like, Hey, maybe we don't really need these full time employees. Stephanie Coddle is the founder of Black Girl Group of Freelance staffing agency. I think now you know these cos they're starting to see like, Hey, having these folks at home is saving me money. Hey, I don't see those people. So do I really need to be given them benefits as the recession dragged on the axis, fallen on a wide range of workers. And some workplace experts say a lot more white collar jobs will be done by contractors probably forever. But starting a freelance career after getting laid off isn't something people do by choice, says Connell. You almost begin a freelance out of necessity. You don't have time Tio, you know, cry or be down or depressed because you lost your job used to have bills to pay. And those bills don't care that you lost your job. The freelance economy was enormous before the pandemic. And has grown even larger during it. Two million freelancers have been added in just the past year. That's according to the freelancing platform upward upward study claims a majority of freelancers who started since the pandemic say no amount of money would convince them to take a traditional job. A very different picture emerges on the job site. Zip recruiter. Here's the company's labour economies. Julia Polic, the vast majority 90% of active Zip recruiter, job seekers are looking for a permanent full time position a job with benefits like health care. A job with a sense of purpose and mission where you make really connections with your co workers, Pollack says. That's what most workers want. Gauri Berliner

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How Some Companies Survive, Even Thrive, in COVID-19 Crisis

Snacks Daily

01:13 min | 2 years ago

How Some Companies Survive, Even Thrive, in COVID-19 Crisis

"Company that survives covid nineteen is probably better off today than they were before Kovac's knackers since the pandemic started, it is a battle of retail attrition out there this is crucial to understand because it's transformed our economy in profound ways. Insane numbers here smackers get this eighty thousand small businesses have permanently closed from March, I July fifth according to Yeah and if you just look at the shopping and retail industry twenty, six thousand businesses that used to compete with best buy where open on. March first but are closed today and the wild thing is that the devastation to small and medium businesses across America is actually this huge boon to the big corporations case in point consulting company Deloitte recently surveyed the CEO's of one hundred large American corporations. Yes. Sixty percent of them are more confident. In their company's growth today than they were before covert and we're still amid pandemic. How could that possibly be that? CEO's are more confident post cove it than they were before when things were seemingly really basically covert has improved the business outlook for America's biggest corporations simply because it's smalls, corporations are gone sad but critical not to forget that

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How to Pivot and Persevere with AJ Picard

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:06 min | 2 years ago

How to Pivot and Persevere with AJ Picard

"I wanNA. Do Asia is really focus on today's topic, which is going to be all about how to pivots in persevered, and these are two things that have never never been more important than this post cove in one thousand. Thousand Nine hundred world that we live in for sure there's a lot of pivoting going on. There's a lot of persevering going on and guess what fire nation if you are falling short and either of those categories, you are gonNA struggle, but if you are just thriving in both of those, then you can be thriving as well so less with your background AJ. Who the heck are you? Where are you from? And then what? The heck got you here to this point today? Man. I'm actually from born and raised from Philadelphia Pa. Living in Maryland and I kind of started my entrepreneurial journey back in two thousand seventeen when I started going full time on developing the social media at that I'm now pushing. Right now called Clara. And what club really does is just help. You feel more connected to your surrounding community by providing our users with a way to connect with locals in the area and discover things to do in their community as well, so let's maybe talk quickly about club, because I am curious like how you initially came up with this idea like I love talking about the Aha moment like that poor in like why that happened for you and then also sure just like one or two. You think are kind of cool case. Studies of people that are used Clovis excessively for one was actually sitting in the king of Prussia Mall. Near Philadelphia, it's it's massive mall and I was in the food court, and I was just people watching day, and it was around the time back in two thousand fourteen, when instagram started kind of picking up traction and twitter. We had snapchat as well and I was thinking to myself. Why couldn't I why can't I I guess? Hone in on a specific location and connect with people in that same location as me almost like a hyper local platform, so that's kind of how I thought of that idea of. Like. I want to connect with people that are in this mall right now. Correct correct and I was like you know this could be a great way. You know if I'm in college to meet New People at a party. That might be super crowded it could be used at a networking event or even at a sports game, just just to connect with people in that same location that you're currently that that was the goal. Is this for businesses to? Because like what kind of POPs into? My mind is like I'm walking into King. King of Prussia Mall and I get an alert on my phone, says hey, not sure if you're hungry if you are for the next ten minutes, we're going to have fifty percent off. Pretzels over at pretzels are us in like I would just be like well. I wasn't actually that hungry. Until you just kind of maybe think of Pretzel in my mouth so here off I go. Is that like one of those things that could happen? Man So these businesses can create a location based announcements or promotion so to speak so when users. Don't into that specific location where their promotion is located in. They're going to collect it, which means that you know if you did walk in through that King of Prussia. Mall Front door. You collect every promotion that that business in that King of Prussia. Mall's currently promoting. So you know we offer that that I guess easy transition to discover discovering things to do in your surrounding area and active promotions in your surrounding. Surrounding area from from local businesses located around you and the one thing that POPs up in my mind is kind of like a potential user is at what point is overwhelmed like walking into a mall and there's a hundred and twenty four stores and get one hundred twenty four promotions like a one point. Is that just become like spam mail that we all get our inbox? That is a great point, we actually. Actually plan on fixing this issue as we start to grow, and we're GONNA limit the amount of promotions or announcements in specific location, so it's going to be super exclusive. Obviously we would. We would have to charge these businesses more, but as of now we're just trying to get businesses inside and and willing to promote

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How Long Would It Take To Change The Culture

Trent365

02:07 min | 2 years ago

How Long Would It Take To Change The Culture

"Over the past couple of months of lockdowns around the world? There's been a bit of talk about how long it takes to change a habit and most of what I've seen suggests that it's around about two months. After about two months of doing things a certain way having certain routine then for most people that becomes a new habit but what? I started to think about is. How long does it take to change the culture take for example the handshake in Australia? We're on from or the kiss on the cheek in many parts of Europe as a way of a greedy. That's very much a part of the culture which in a post cove in nineteen world probably doesn't make a lot of sense instead something like the having Thailand where they have the war gesture the hand greeting. That probably makes a lot more sense. So how long would it take for these social distancing rules around in nineteen to prevent us from the handshake or the kiss on the cheek? How long would it take for the y? To become part of the culture of greeting in those countries has another one. WanNa think this one out loud but what about the pub culture which again in many of those countries is a big part of the culture that pub culture if the pubs are remained closed for another? I don't know two three four five six months dear eyesight again. I don't want to sign that allowed. It scares me but if they would stay close for that period of time or if they're the new normal was to change in change the environment in such a way that the pub culture is more used to be with social distancing. And all these things. How long would it take for the pub? Culture to kind of disappear. Is it again three six months twelve months thing or is it a generational thing? Is this sort of thing that means to skip a generation before you really

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How Will Your SOPs Change After The Lockdown?

Trent365

02:02 min | 3 years ago

How Will Your SOPs Change After The Lockdown?

"Welcome to day? Twenty nine of the lockdown here in Malaysia. Or as I like to call it the first day about third lockdown because here in Malaysia. We do it in two weeks ages. Apparently nobody wants to say that you looked for a month. Let's just say that you have got another two weeks so we start out. Third Consecutive two week lockdown as of today. Now when things finally leave to win we stopped to go back to work without spas or allowed to open again or whatever business sees how are you going to need to adjust and change your sap? Your standard operating procedures hygiene is one of those things that obviously has become a big focus as a result of this now when it comes to hotels spas. You would assume that there's a pretty good level of hygiene anyway. But he's a good enough. I you washing hands between receiving guests. For example. I know a lot of spas. Ps that between your buddy treatment in your face treatment of course it you wash your hands but not necessarily an sap that says h guest. You need to wash hands. I you wearing face masks during treatments and a lot of SPAS HEAVY. So ps that during facials they do but during massages they. Don't maybe that something that you need to implement now in fact I'm actually strongly recommended. What about how you're keeping your guest apart? How they socially distancing inside the spa do you have everybody sitting side by side in the consultation area? Can you may be the consultations now in the treatment room as opposed to in that consultation area just to be able to respect the social distancing expectations whether it's a rule of not whether it's regulation on not actually doesn't matter you now have the chance to prepare for what is likely to come on the other side and whether that likely means that it's the rule or regulation all that likely just means that the guests expected now is the time to be taking a look at all of your recipes and imagining them. Imagining THEM IN I post cove in nineteen world. What exactly are people looking for? What are best practices? What should we be changing?

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