17 Burst results for "President And Chief Executive Officer"

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"And right now you know. The trump administration has kind of turned off. Almost you know every every pathway for people to get to the us legally to contribute to the economy and colleges. of course we here since the beginning of the trump administration. We're foreign students. That came here and often helped our colleges because lots of times they are paying paying full freight The they have stopped coming in significant numbers. That i presume will change i. I mean the university of. They're probably they're already. I would imagine that already. Banging on the transition team store One of the changes the trump administration but endless to reduce to limit a student visa to two years So whether you're getting a bachelor's degree or phd you've got a you know every two years you're thrown into this state of of instability so Yeah and but if if a boston university or otherwise starts to see a massive decrease in foreign students. They're going to be forced to raise tuition on folks. Were born here. So i knew ronnie thank you so much as always It's going be great talking to you. This new administration and what happens going forward. Been more cheerful alley every week. A litany of the problem. I think we were to talk to you. We'll talk soon. Thanks so much allier. Al-irani joins us regularly. He's president chief executive officer at the national immigration forum. His latest book. I love the title of this. There goes the neighborhood how communities overcome prejudice. Meet the challenges of american immigration. Coming up. we know thanksgiving will be scaled down event this year but his brock's taking it too far with candy corn flavored turkey dinner for friday corbett camera joints for that more an eighty nine seven. Gbh boston public radio..

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Every clerk in Mark grilling. This is mark billing later show he's talking to the wires. Thought of another one in the relationship to the article about these idiots at New York University, wanting to self segregate. All the rules of Parkes. Think about that Rosa Parks went to jail. Other people risked Being arrested for may be drinking out of the wrong water fountain. These people these idiots wanna self segregate. Well. See if the school stay strong. You know a lot of times, though their initial corporations their initial stance is no. We're not doing it and they come out later and go. Oh, I wasn't woke. I wish I was ill informed. I didn't know And and yes, we should accommodate and was in all this other nonsense. Speaking of that There's a couple interesting things on covert covert cannot escape the news. They want to spend too much time on it. It's been put on the back burner by the riots and all of the Organized violence that's going on. No and almost 45 cities. This is a letter that was written by the Michael McHale was the president of the National Association of Police Organizations says it would cause He writes the president of Frontier Airlines President, Chief Executive officer Very Biffle before I do that, let me give the six o'clock words I could get that done before I forget it..

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Six six five zero five four six two six with our guest, David Theroux, founder, president chief executive officer of the independent institute and the eighteen to twenty one year old's the youngest of the of the young voters that is the group which has consistently election election out not voted. They they vote, but the the least of any any age group in the country for reasons that I've never understood I remember casting my first ballot. And I felt a a sense of empowerment tend to when I got my driver's license, which of course, is another area in which many young people can identify with with me in that regard. But it's unfortunate because this is the method by which people have an option of this country. And if you don't use that that that franchise, I if you exercise your franchise, we have trouble with nobody likes the flabby franchise. Yeah. I think I think that's true. I do think that this reflects the the cynicism and powerless nature of their outlook now, but they make themselves powerless. I know you don't you? Don't get involved in the issues, you don't register to vote vote, powerless. I know part of it also is the fact that they don't they don't have civic education. They don't have act education American history. They don't understand the world. They live in where does that go? I mean, because we're failure of the the the school system, and that's one that's another whole issue of the case registration choice and so forth, which I think is is definitely in the ascendant. But it is a reality. And so that's why we were focusing on the hook for them being the questions they were asking, and the fact that they were not willing to trust the usual suspects designed guy so to speak and the so the commanding heights of the culture, and they no longer trusted the political elites, which is sort of catching up with the rest of the country. But in their case, especially now millennials have left college and are starting careers and families, and so they have. To buckle down and figure out. How are they going to get through all of this? So they're they're, you know, they're even more interested in answers and practical way to get through this. So that was the the motivation for creating the series imprinting catalyst. And so on. So our our interest is to push this as far as we can. We were talking before about the view that many millennials are supporting socialism. And people like Bernie Sanders talk about the Nordic countries. And you're you're pointing out correctly that these countries after quite robust market based economies and to give you an idea of the percentage of ownership in this country is about seventy five percent private of the wealth. And if you compare that to say a country, like China, China is just slightly lower than the country is in and of course, is very robust economy, despite the problems with the government, so the I think the opportunities are enormous and just to give you further idea if you rank the the levels of private wealth by country. It turns out that Denmark is twelve Switzerland is for Norway as twenty third sweetness fifteenth. North Korea is at the bottom of one hundred eightieth, but the US is eighteenth. So the so the US is lower than Denmark and Sweden, which is remarkable. When you think about it? We're gonna come back into talk some more with David throw is founder president and chief.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"National federation of independent business says an thirty three percent of small firms raised compensation in march that's the largest share since november of two thousand as hiring plans pick up when neither dugan president chief executive officer of the nfl says small businesses are telling us they're optimistic hiring and willing to raise wages to find the right employees for the business according to the group survey a at twenty percent up two percentage points from a month earlier said they planned to add to payrolls while the number of firms reporting job openings climbed to fifty three percent in march for fifty two percent a month earlier fortyseven percent indicated that they had few or no qualified workers to fill those positions and that's the bloomberg small business report it's forty eight minutes past the hour and now it's time for bloomberg view here's david shipley the people who supervise the us stock market are grappling with what they see as a troubling trend one of the great innovations of western capitalism the public company appears to be losing ground before deciding what to do they should i ask whether this is a problem at all the public company enables enterprises to raise money from the broadest possible group of investors and it's brought a measure of democracy to the corporate world once upon a time selling shares to the public was an important way for companies to raise money but these days companies such as uber and airbnb can attract tens of billions of dollars while remaining private their ways for regulators in congress to reduce the burden of being public without impairing the benefits but lightning disclosure requirements would be counterproductive the us has long been the world leader in defining what a puppet company should be reviving model by undermining what makes a valuable would serve this had torah was written by the bloomberg view editorial board i'm david shipley for more view please go to bloombergview dot com and view go on the bloomberg terminal thank you david anelle let's check in with the bloomberg affiliates to find out what's happening on the nation's most influential radio stations.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Three percent of small firms raise compensation it marched the largest share since november two thousand as hiring plans picked up wanted a dugan the president chief executive officer of the nfl said in a release that small businesses are telling us they're optimistic hiring at willing to raise wages to fight the fine the right employees for the business according to the group's survey and at twenty percent that's up two percentage points from month earlier said they planned to add to payrolls well the number of firms were praying job openings climbed to fifty three percent in march from fifty two percent above earlier fortyseven percent indicated they have few or no qualified workers to fill those positions and that helps are making more of an effort to boost pay meantime this morning we got sentiment index from the nfl base small companies took a step back in march smaller sheer voters they expected business conditions to improve it coming months that is today's bloomberg small business report edward keeping a close eye on washington to see if top officials from the us canada and mexico are close to reaching a deal on nafta nancy lyons has the latest from the bloomberg ninety nine one washington newsroom president trump wants to announce the deal this week at the summit of the americas in peru but that does not look likely it wasn't really a firm deadline but now they hope to have something in place perhaps in may bloomberg laws rozelle brevetti get agreement on auto rules how much north american content is needed for an order to qualify for nafta preferences and we hear that there's been a little bit of progress made there are still roadblocks on dairy and a push back on the us request to set a sunset clause on nafta in washington nancy lyons bloomberg radio all right thanks nancy i'll head of the market open on.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Up on the action nasdaq struggling to stay in the green down about a quarter percent or rather about quarter of two percent whereas the sp five hundred just barely the green and dow jones up a little bit more you can see the mood in the bond market goes a little something like this a bit of a sell off just a touch with yields ticking upward as people reassess the risk coming up we're going to have that conversation with neil kashkari president chief executive officer of the federal reserve bank of minneapolis following jay powell's first ever press conference as fed chair i'm lisa abramowicz along with my cohost pimm fox this is bloomberg politics policy power and law not sure this development would surprise anybody there's been the sense of urgency it's not the usual approach to vertical deals because it's our job and your life weekdays at noon this is a bloomberg market minute stocks are mixed with the broader market trying to inch back after yesterday's plunge as investors remained jittery with signs the trump administration is ratcheting up a potential trade dispute with key partners oil up one and a half percent after the president installed john bolton a noted middle east hawk into a top national security position sales of new homes fell for third month and supply of homes on the market swelled to the highest since two thousand nine suggesting that surging prices are increasingly discouraging homebuyers other economic news out today orders placed with factories for business equipment snap back in february after two months.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Well the towns that are being rocking up iraq as much as they were in the past municipal upgrades outpacing downgrades for third consecutive year in twenty seventeen the economy continuing to gain strength here to tell us about this is charles terrain he's the president chief executive officer of derain wealth management based in corpus christi texas and he can be followed on twitter at chaz door alright chaz door does the upgrade or downgrade scenario of municipal bonds really matter when it comes to what you're looking for in a municipal bond yes i prefer things which are being upgraded not things which are being downgraded and if you look at some of the ones that have been downgraded them by the way let me do my disclaimer you might information comes bloomberg and other sources and i only provide individualized investment advice to my clients might disclaimer that are heavy in those areas because you're going to see a stronger economy better job growth more defense stuff.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on WJR 760

"And seven twenty twenty minutes after wrist seven o'clock gives a sitting here with steve stein our chairman president chief executive officer of huntington bancshares corp inc we call it huntington bank or huntington even in john augustine checking in chief investment officer huntington private bank in just a moment but i will say this steve from the time you were here earlier much earlier and their nobody was here yet of course now there arriving and you really have a who's who in our area coming for this meeting over the great group of customers and join us this morning but i i'm not sure if it's us or eupol i address any it's absolutely you and the and we're happy to see all these people and though they step by and say hi we say hi back adam and their let me let the studio no the john augustine is calling and i think he has i think he's on the line right now john good morning the morning and debt my name is paul paul w smith we're sitting here with steve steinhauer i think you know who he is in it up as the chief investment officer huntington private bank we were wondering what your thoughts were the outlook for the for the 2018 were three months in now if you will we're threemonth ban our outlook for the economy in our region here how does less you it's basically bullish we believe that their forces in place in the economy uh that are gonna bring capital spending back they're gonna bring consumer spending back in the the economy and also they're gonna bring money back from overseas and we think the auto industry is steady we've seen that for a couple of years now then also we see the the uh the uh volatility going through the month of february in markets but it's from a position of strength the markets are worried about a an economy that's too strong enough to week that's something different for us so that's new but we think in general we're bullish on the country we're bullish on the region paul certainly that's very good d here as we speak with john augustine chief investment officer huntington private bank and.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on WJR 760

"The huntington bank economic outlook and market overview presentation we've talked with steve stein hour the chairman president chief executive officer who started with the company nine years ago and really turn them around of course our friend sandy pierce coming up but we'll talk to john augustine chief investment officer of huntington private bank find out what his outlook is for this new year and the stock market and investments in anything that he can help us with with whatever questions we might have meanwhile i dunno can if you saw this you remember i think it was last week that the british uh chain of kentucky fried chicken the kentucky fried chicken and great britain actually ran out of chicken no they actually had to close stores down because they had no chicken how does that happen when you run at exjordan product you're product is chicken you're cold kentucky fried chicken i don't know they ran out of chicken maybe the chicken crossed the street well why did the british chicken crossed the road now because first kfc ran out of the birds and now they have another bad joke a gravy shortage oh yep a gravy hi jim jim nicholson coming by two coming to see all the big names are coming in for these meetings have you noticed uh they ran out gravy so they're now they're they're they're like embarrassed they're not embarrassed about running at a chicken they're embarrassed about running out of chicken dan running out of gravy what next producing lewis pretty soon the run out of customers yeah they yes they they have run out of customers they've had closed from stores and that they put on their barrel they jumbled up the kfc input f c k but i don't think they need to do that uh for the public consumption how 'bout this one the power of.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Drug distribution business and win the do they can take tbm you know the benefit matters the pharmacy benefit marriage is out of the equation that allows there to be some new money in the system they can be saved so it's possible that amazon negotiating directly with big pharma is going to get the same good prices they ppms do and they're not going to put it in the pocket of the ppmc but they're gonna pass that on through and that clearly is going to decrease cost because he left here and i know healthcare is never an easy problem it could use hours and hours to discuss that having said that what needs to be the first step towards a smarter healthcare system where people are getting good care um and not missing out on care but the costs aren't escalating all over the place the reward him as system manage care a better identify those patients who are the high consumers of care navigate them case manage them prevent disease in those high utilize irs as best we can um we've been able to successfully do that i think this can be done at a much larger scale so if i'm amazon jp morgan berkshire hathaway what i'm saying is i've got the algorithms in house to do the predictive analytics on who are gonna get sick and who's been using a lot of health care and i'm going to identify those people a priority and i'm gonna really focus them on wellness programs uh we're going to happen to see the doctor is frequently as they should so that we can avoid that they catastrophes at the end it's a major rethink it certainly long over that's why i got the frustrations among the folks over at amazon berkshire and jp morgan coming together a doctor kenneth davis thank you so much for your time again president chief executive officer at mount sinai health system dr davis joining us on the phone in new york city you're listening to bloomberg markets right here on bloomberg radio when it comes to financial advice there are a wealth of options out there but he's the.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Or not no helmet is some excellent bill gates and and and jeff pays us started their businesses are big businesses in washington state after having either started or or works and businesses alghero famously a microsoft setting and eleanor key not not redmond washington but but and so when you some asco's okay one of the things we've heard out of the white house and out of washington is that by eliminating deductions for example estate local sale at local taxes it will force states and localities or their taxes is there any evidence of that the use sale for some of the munich absolutely no evidence all they'll do is go bankrupt sooner and here's a problem we have the initial bonds issued by city state and local governments right right how are they gonna be covered if everybody the floor or or the texans so that's the important question at this point right for assume watching tax overhaul work its way to yawn makers what do you think could be the ultimate implications uh forty fifty seconds here i ultimately i don't think this happens i do not think we get it the the house in the senate or wait too far apart even took this the con at the conference th they're they're like apples in and motorola l so i think this happens first of all i think were worried about it something which is not going to happen as opposed to something that he's going to happen definitely and if it happened it would cost some severe disruptions people would be leaving big tech states going to others and what about retail sales what about retail sales dropping all the states that income taxes where it's no longer deductible what happens there well so there's some big issues i you know where you live is not as important is how you live where you happen to be only son to talk with you charles to thankyou president chief executive officer terrain wealth management on the phone from lovely corpus christi texas on this out monday afternoon weather pass our boos on main street barra come to texas i've let a wonderful family.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The former ceo yahoo inc miss karen zachariah who's the deputy general counsel and chief privacy officer for rising communications the parent company of yahoo since 2017 it mr todd wilkinson whose president chief executive officer of entrust data card corporation so um will ask you to proceed with your comments starting on my left with you mr barrels and ask if you can to confine your oral remarks as close to five minutes as possible but anything that you want to add we'll be looted the written record of the airing so thank you for being barrels the morning german thune ranking member nelson members of the committee thank you for the opportunity to be here today my name is pollino do hegel boss unique six weeks ago i was named interim chief executive officer vaca facts i never expected to become seal industry can stance but i'm honored to be in this position speaking near every one of the negative effects on german the address all the issues from the database that a breach that'd be can regain the confidence maple although app with faxes based northland up i think you can tell from my accident that do not grow up in georgia i'm a native of jill i have had the privilege of working most of my adult life in us might children were born here i'm.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Whole outbreak of the papal okay within that in this is critical litmus test here mr mcauliffe governor mcauliffe of course with lifelong clinton's support in national democratic party visibility you're not are you the wave of what the democrats need to get back to the center you a number of times voted for some of the bush presidencies are are you the train the candidate democrats need to get used to to take the house in two thousand eighteen in win in two thousand twenty absolutely in upper tuning in part of our law enforcement with fire in the valley that's what i bring to the table somewhat that all stand up for what on and watson right now been a president and you know the benefit of hatred begging you know that what what about what working of the bat of virginia looking for leadership they're looking put the villa they are they're looking for appropriate and it will fight for jobs fight for our children's health care for all virginia uh make sure that we live in fake communicate whether or not but on on every street corner pellet environment air and water what i frankly will look for the results tonight took to north some thank you so much he's a 40th lieutenant governor of virginia hitting the governor's election today stay with us this is bloomberg bloomberg markets with pimm fox and lisa abramowicz chase through talk about the future of the retail industry with president chief executive officer he's heartland plus we get earnings results from royal caribbean cruises math today ten eastern on bloomberg radio this is a bloomberg market minute.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Importance of this but others who kinda don't make a big thing of this they say well it's your another hurricane and you know that some island off there and they're not a state and all of this which is one of the ultimate solutions i think statehood at some point in time has to come there so they can basically integrate themselves more and get more in in you know in in the way of help that the state so uh are able to get salt uh hopefully these issues will be forced hopefully we will do what's necessary year because otherwise in all we talk about all of these problems in the round the world is stuff we got to think that we have a tremendous problem on our front door with puerto rico ask us said what what about it would would jeb bush do you think would he be a good person to lead the reconstruction and revitalization of puerto rico many former governor of florida speaks fluent spanish i mean the you need somebody like that who get too get down there i i had mentioned a military man just because we had that in in the new orleans but someone who can mobilise the administration and mobilise a whole government on the federal level but also work closely with the governor on domestic side and also get the private sector you will know to be involved uh there yeah i think it's a critical must and hopefully when the president gets down there he's going to see this but you know time is passing they'll rights thank you so much for joining us really a pleasure to hear your thoughts are very insightful bill rose president chief executive officer william our roads globe will advisers also author of banker to the world leadership lessons from the front lines of global finance and lisa abramowicz along with my cohost pimm fox this is the business finance in the latest news affecting world markets powered by more than 2600 journalists.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Importance of this but others hope kind of don't make a big thing of this they say well as just another hurricane and you know that some island off there and they're not as state and all of this which is one of the ultimate solutions i think statehood at some point in time has to come near so they can basically integrate themselves more and get more in in you know in in the way of help that states are are able to get uh seoul uh hopefully these issues will be forced hopefully we will do what's necessary year because otherwise you know when we talk about all of these problems in the round the world is stuff we got to think that we have a tremendous problem on our front door with puerto rico ask us at wh what about would would jeb bush to think would he be a good person to lead the reconstruction and revitalization of puerto rico many former governor of florida speaks fluent spanish i mean the uh you need somebody like that who's get too get down there i i had mentioned a military man just because we had that in in the new orleans but someone who can mobilise the administration and mobilise whole government on the federal level but also work closely with the governor on domestic side and also get the private sector will get you know too be involved uh there yeah i think it's a critical must and hopefully when the president gets down there he's going to see this but you know time is passing laura thank you so much for joining us really a pleasure to hear your thoughts on very insightful bill gross president chief executive officer william our roads global advisers also author of banker to the world's leadership lessons from the front lines of global finance and lisa abramowicz along with my cohost pimm fox this his.

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"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"president chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Boston bloomberg 106 want to san francisco bloomberg 960 to the country siriusxm channel 119 at around the world number radio app and bloombergradiocom this this is bloomberg markets coming up ran attack about working out or rather what you wear when you're working out and why we have seen such a plunge in athletic wear clothing stores rid of speak with rick health benign he's president chief executive officer of american apparel and footwear association also might be cannon deputy chief investment officer at western acid manner right now greg jarrett we're gonna go to you and we're going to get some color annette the red across the board dr more can out you can tell shares are down at work it out with stocks that's it facts in europe also extended their decline jeker terrorist attack in barcelona added unease about us policy paralysis and a lingering tensions over north korea air luncheon hotels lead the decline of the stops shocked europe six hundred index treasuries are up the dollars down four bonds across the euro region are up all eyes will be focused on jackson olmecs weakest richard janet yellen speaks some hint on direction is hope on your loud feel management managent management tells bloomberg there should the fed hold off any action on interest rates that does not necessarily mean that equities we'll continue to surge house can look at the end even headquarters in he's ahead then the question is can we see an acceleration in the momentum inuit weary about growth globally but camera seen acceleration from here and always the in combination with code valuation levels can we really expect a dramatic boost from here and i would be very careful in practice seat seeing that happening reject the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day here on bloomberg radio.

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