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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:14 min | 11 months ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Are boca. I mean maybe we'll enlists dumb pricewaterhouse coopers to to manage our finances as well who knows what will happen seem convinced. No i'm i was thinking through it. It's a little too marvel. What's the stinger. What's the next thing like. Why can't we have this moment. Okay and you've got to spend it all and you either win or lose here on the field and then you get to start again. I can't with like the long term strategy. Is this person other now. No thanks guys. You wanna live in the now. That's we are saying.

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:57 min | 11 months ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Roundtable a nonprofit that represents over two hundred thirty. Ceo's of the countries largest companies including amazon's. Andy jesse and goldman sachs is. David solomon has said biden's proposed corporate tax increases would quote. Make the united states uncompetitive as a place to do business and make. Us companies uncompetitive globally. The group spent nearly four point three million dollars on lobbying in the first four months of twenty twenty one including three point. Eight million on direct lobbying and over four hundred fifty thousand dollars paid to nearly a dozen outside lobbying firms. The lobbying was for a range of issues from education and immigration policy to infrastructure and tax reform lobbyists working for business roundtable specifically on tax related issues include a handful of former democratic staffers along with republicans. Matthew spikes business roundtable's senior director of government. Relations is a former aide to maryland. Senator ben carden who chairs. The small business and entrepreneurship committee. Are sha siddiqi. One of three lobbyists said ake in gump who lobbied on issues related to tax proposals in american jobs plan on behalf of business. Roundtable was pelosi's senior policy adviser and counsel from two thousand. Three two two thousand nine two other agin gump. Lobbyists working on this issue are former age to republicans ohio senator rob portman and former utah. Senator orrin hatch and one of the five lobbyists at pricewaterhouse coopers advocating for business roundtable on tax policy. Is todd metcalf. Who was formerly oregon. Senator ron wyden chief tax counsel metcalf is working alongside senate minority leader. Mitch mcconnell's former deputy chief of staff in may business roundtable hired resolution public affairs. The government relations firm started by heather. Mchugh schumer's former legislative director and the former policy director for the democratic congressional campaign committee. The firm was hired to lobby on infrastructure including the corporate tax rate and the to lobbyists listed by name on the disclosure. Form are mccue and leah fisher soukala. Who was formerly chief of staff for california congresswoman. Linda sanchez ache gone. ban resolution. Public affairs did not respond to requests for comment pricewaterhouse coopers declined to comment on client related work a representative from business. Roundtable said they had retained several of these outside firms for many years and their work centers on a wide range of issues groups lobbying on behalf of industries like private equity and hedge funds. Meanwhile are taking aim at some of biden's proposals to raise taxes on the wealthiest americans including by closing the carried interest loophole. This provision of the tax code allows executives in these fields to have their income from carried interests taxed at a capital gains rate of twenty percent instead of the income tax rate of thirty seven percent. Carmen seat a wander of former schumer. Staffer is now a lobbyist at brownstein hyatt farber schreck federal disclosure documents show. She's lobbied this year for quote issues related to the taxation of private equity investments on behalf of apollo global management. A private equity firm brownstein has represented for decades a representative for brownstein did not respond to requests for comment. The american investment council the ai. See a trade group representing the private equity industry spent more than eight hundred.

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

Hands Up Don't Shoot

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Hands Up Don't Shoot

"Botham sham. Gene was born on september. Twenty ninth nineteen ninety-one in chemistry saint lucia. His parents were allison and bertram gene. He was the middle child. Having an older sister and a younger brother botham was known as bo by his friends and family and his favorite color was red when he was younger. Botham was very involved in church and wanted to get baptized at an early age. So at eight years old. He asked his parents if he could get baptized. His parents didn't think that he was ready so they told him no. He needed to wait so he asked again at nine years old and got the same answer but he was persistent and asked again at ten years old and they finally told him that he could get baptized by the time bought was a teenager. He had began preaching. This was something that he wanted to do on his own. Something he felt compelled to do. He became more involved with his church including singing and working with the choir he placed them in their correct places based on their voices and even taught them how to read music. Botham wanted to move to the united states to attend harding university. Which is a private christian school in arkansas. But botha's mom alison wanted him to stay local but he said that harding was his dream school. Alison said quote. It was a place to get an education while maintaining his christian identity and cool. Boston was accepted in two thousand eleven at the age of nineteen although he was in a completely different country botham made sure to remember home. He went back to saint lucia every year and was often accompanied by his friends from school. He wanted to show them his home and he always made sure to give back and volunteer in his community while at school. Bathrooms love for singing. Grew and he joined the good new singers. Which is the university's acapella singing group. Botham graduated from harding university in two thousand sixteen with a degree in business and he accepted a job. As an accountant at a company called pricewaterhouse coopers which was in dallas texas dallas was also wear botham found his new home church the dallas west church of christ on the evening of thursday september. Six two thousand eighteen botham was at home on the fourth floor of his apartment building the south side flats complex in downtown dallas. He was sitting on his couch eating ice cream and watching. Tv at the same time. Amber geiger a dallas city. Police officer was coming home from a thirteen hour shift. She drove into the building's parking lot and pulled into a space on the fourth floor. She walked into. The building walked past sixteen apartment doors and stop at apartment number fourteen. Seventy eight where. She put her key in the door. So the problem with this scenario so far is that amber was on the wrong floor. She was actually walking into boffins apartment. See ambers apartment. Was directly below bottoms. When ambrose sucker key in the door she noticed that it was already unlocked and it was slightly ajar. Amber did mention that. She didn't have trouble sometimes with their lock and her door. Not closing all the way so on one hand it was unsettling but on the other. She still had this the store problem. She testified that when she opened the door all the way she saw a quote large silhouette and thought there was an intruder. now remember. It was said that botham was sitting on the couch eating ice cream. I don't know about you. But i don't know of any burglars that would hang around and eat ice cream in someone's apartment that they are stealing from amber did say that botham was coming toward her but the autopsy said something different. And i'll explain. Why in just a minute. Buffum was hit once in the chest and the medical examiner said that the shot was fired from someone who was standing above him so amber story of botham commits water is a little unlikely unless he was couching down. Botham was hit once in the chest but the bullet travel through his body. The dallas county medical examiner. Dr chester glenn testified that quote. The bullet entered above his nipple and traveled downward through the chest. Hit a rib and struck his lung and heart. It moved through. The diaphragm struck the stomach and intestines stopping in a muscle in the abdominal cavity. Close to the spine and quote. She said she fired her gun because she thought the person was going to kill her. She realized shortly after the shooting that she wasn't in her apartment and she called nine one. One botham was still hanging onto life so amber said that she did. What's called a sternum rub which is an anti procedure where pressure is applied to victims chest using the knuckles and that procedure is used to sort of gauge a response so they inflict pressure going into pain to see if the victim will respond. She also said that. She performed a little bit of cpr but she stopped often to talk to the dispatcher and text her boyfriend who come to her apartment. By the time the officers arrived botham was still alive but unconscious officer. Michael lee was one of the first to respond and one of the first officers who provided cpr. There's also body cam footage from officer lee out. Post the link in the show notes but just owed warning. It is the raw footage so you do see blossoms body and the officers performing life saving measures. He and the other officers did everything. They could to try to save botham until the paramedics arrive. Botham was rushed to a nearby hospital but unfortunately he did not make it. Botham was twenty six years old three days later on september ninth two thousand eighteen. An arrest warrant was issued for amber. Geiger she was charged with manslaughter. Her bond was set at three hundred thousand dollars which she paid and she was also placed on administrative leave by september. Twenty fourth ambra was fired from the dallas police department. And the police. Chief rene hall stated that amber quotes engaged in adverse conduct's add quote on november thirtieth two thousand eighteen a dallas grand jury indicted amber on a murder charge and she pleaded not guilty. A little over a year after shooting on september twenty third two thousand nineteen. The trial began and ambert actually took the stand in her own defense. The trial lasted.

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"And that's my full-time gig. Okay so how long have you been working there. I'm going on two years in april. So obviously you have a career you have job. You have a source of income but where does master talk. And how did that start to develop in. What is your plan for that. Or even that side of your communication business. Yes absolutely habit expense. Essentially what happened was when i was in university i did. These things called case competitions. It's a lot like Professional sports but for nerds. So the guy's major playing sports like football or cricket or baseball or basketball. I was never into that stuff. I did presentations competitively and oughta university especially in canada. Since you're from there are big case competition schools like dalhousie in nova scotia and many of the other canadian universities would go up against each other in presentation Bizarre was acadian. Resent a shuttle to a katy. Where i went was acadian. Any of these competitions of which. I obviously missed the boat on though but i am familiar with the university but no they weren't too. It was dallas. A competition between down. Acadia was del insane effects. Those people would compete in those things. So i was crazy and the reason i did. These competitions was to get a job and consulting out of business school. I wanted to work at mckinsey to record these accenture consulting firms once again. No no master talk cares early. Just let this corporate job get out of poverty than if i got that job be successful so after i did a stint at pricewaterhouse coopers. I realized that it wanted to be an accountant anymore. I went after that corporate job in in In consulting anti-god and dots when the idea for master talking because after i got out of poverty said okay. So what do i do with my life now going to climb up the slaughter. I'm gonna make the money that i need to sustain myself. What's next for me. And what. I realized in the three years that i was obsessing over case competitions is would have the random set of experiences as ended up becoming the youngest professional speech coach of the world. That's a good title brennan. I i heard. I read something about you remembering putting your first video and as i just mentioned i went to a university where i remember communications. Wanna one communications one class in us. Having to present. And i do not remember wasn't a very good student may be pair that's quite apparent but also in high school. I don't remember doing any presentations and so when university came along and we had to do a presentation. I was absolutely mortified. I was terrified..

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Com a breach in the orion network management platform as a network management platform called orion from a company called solar winds has led to attacks on fire. The fire i attack. We talked about last week. Microsoft and several us government agencies. Solar wind said sunday that updates to its orion platform that happened between march and june may have carried malware as a result of a sophisticated nation states supply chain attack. Solar winds says microsoft noted. It noted it notified it of a compromise to solar winds office. Three sixty five accounts. It's not sure if that's how the supply chain attack was carried out but it's investigating. Solar winds did call for all orion customers to update to its latest version immediately. That'll partially mitigate this and it plans an additional patch tuesday to fully defend against it. So they're wins has three hundred thousand customers. Worldwide including most of the fortune five hundred companies in the us lockheed martin booz allen hamilton pricewaterhouse coopers. The federal reserve the defense department the state department the. Us secret service. The national security administration. Thirty three thousand of those customers use the orion platforms not all three hundred thousand but a large number and solar winds believes that eighteen thousand of them installed. The malware infected versions. Now not all thousand were targeted but even a small percentage. That's a lot of targets cd. Net reports that administrators are finding signs of the malware on their orion systems. But few are reporting. The second stage payload that would be used to elevate access so it's believed the attackers targeted specific customers around the world fire. I for example announced. The intrusion in its network reported last week was caused by the solar winds breach. It has published detection rules on. Get hub That you can access if you need them. Microsoft confirmed the solar winds compromising security alert to its customers and provided countermeasures including detection. Rules added to defend her The us cybersecurity and infrastructure agency or cc issued an emergency directive instructions on how all federal civilian agencies can detect an analyze compromise systems and advise them to shut down. Orion's he said vises. All hosts monitored by ryan to be treated as compromised until you're certain otherwise fireeye calls the malware sunburst if you're out there looking around uc sunburst. That's what that refers to although microsoft has dubbed it salora gate so we we have a couple of different ways to refer to it. The attack worked by entering the network through the orion vulnerability however it got in there and then gaining elevated credentials once it was in your network that let attackers ford..

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Com a breach in the orion network management platform as a network management platform called orion from a company called solar winds has led to attacks on fire. The fire i attack. We talked about last week. Microsoft and several us government agencies. Solar wind said sunday that updates to its orion platform that happened between march and june may have carried malware as a result of a sophisticated nation states supply chain attack. Solar winds says microsoft noted. It noted it notified it of a compromise to solar winds office. Three sixty five accounts. It's not sure if that's how the supply chain attack was carried out but it's investigating. Solar winds did call for all orion customers to update to its latest version immediately. That'll partially mitigate this and it plans an additional patch tuesday to fully defend against it. So they're wins has three hundred thousand customers. Worldwide including most of the fortune five hundred companies in the us lockheed martin booz allen hamilton pricewaterhouse coopers. The federal reserve the defense department the state department the. Us secret service. The national security administration. Thirty three thousand of those customers use the orion platforms not all three hundred thousand but a large number and solar winds believes that eighteen thousand of them installed. The malware infected versions. Now not all thousand were targeted but even a small percentage. That's a lot of targets cd. Net reports that administrators are finding signs of the malware on their orion systems. But few are reporting. The second stage payload that would be used to elevate access so it's believed the attackers targeted specific customers around the world fire. I for example announced. The intrusion in its network reported last week was caused by the solar winds breach. It has published detection rules on. Get hub That you can access if you need them. Microsoft confirmed the solar winds compromising security alert to its customers and provided countermeasures including detection. Rules added to defend her The us cybersecurity and infrastructure agency or cc issued an emergency directive instructions on how all federal civilian agencies can detect an analyze compromise systems and advise them to shut down. Orion's he said vises. All hosts monitored by ryan to be treated as compromised until you're certain otherwise fireeye calls the malware sunburst if you're out there looking around uc sunburst. That's what that refers to although microsoft has dubbed it salora gate so we we have a couple of different ways to refer to it. The attack worked by entering the network through the orion vulnerability however it got in there and then gaining elevated credentials once it was in your network that let attackers ford..

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Com a breach in the orion network management platform as a network management platform called orion From a company called solar winds has led to attacks on fire. The fire i attack. We talked about last week. Microsoft and several us government agencies. Solar wind said sunday that updates to its orion platform that happened between march and june may have carried malware as a result of a sophisticated nation states supply chain attack. Solar winds says microsoft noted. It noted it notified it of a compromise to solar winds office. Three sixty five accounts. It's not sure if that's how the supply chain attack was carried out but it's investigating. Solar winds did call for all orion customers to update to its latest version immediately. That'll partially mitigate this and it plans an additional patch tuesday to fully defend against it. So they're wins has three hundred thousand customers. Worldwide including most of the fortune five hundred companies in the us lockheed martin booz allen hamilton pricewaterhouse coopers. The federal reserve the defense department the state department the. Us secret service. The national security administration. Thirty three thousand of those customers use the orion platforms not all three hundred thousand but a large number and solar winds believes that eighteen thousand of them installed. The malware infected versions. Now not all thousand were targeted but even a small percentage. That's a lot of targets cd. Net reports that administrators are finding signs of the malware on their orion systems. But few are reporting. The second stage payload that would be used to elevate access so it's believed the attackers targeted specific customers around the world fire. I for example announced. The intrusion in its network reported last week was caused by the solar winds breach. It has published detection rules on. Get hub That you can access if you need them. Microsoft confirmed the solar winds compromising security alert to its customers and provided countermeasures including detection. Rules added to defend her The us cybersecurity and infrastructure agency or cc issued an emergency directive instructions on how all federal civilian agencies can detect an analyze compromise systems and advise them to shut down. Orion's he said vises. All hosts monitored by ryan to be treated as compromised until you're certain otherwise fireeye calls the malware sunburst if you're out there looking around uc sunburst. That's what that refers to although microsoft has dubbed it salora gate so we we have a couple of different ways to refer to it. The attack worked by entering the network through the orion vulnerability however it got in there and then gaining elevated credentials once it was in your network that let attackers ford..

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Com a breach in the orion network management platform as a network management platform called orion from a company called solar winds has led to attacks on fire. The fire i attack. We talked about last week. Microsoft and several us government agencies. Solar wind said sunday that updates to its orion platform that happened between march and june may have carried malware as a result of a sophisticated nation states supply chain attack. Solar winds says microsoft noted. It noted it notified it of a compromise to solar winds office. Three sixty five accounts. It's not sure if that's how the supply chain attack was carried out but it's investigating. Solar winds did call for all orion customers to update to its latest version immediately. That'll partially mitigate this and it plans an additional patch tuesday to fully defend against it. So they're wins has three hundred thousand customers. Worldwide including most of the fortune five hundred companies in the us lockheed martin booz allen hamilton pricewaterhouse coopers. The federal reserve the defense department the state department the. Us secret service. The national security administration. Thirty three thousand of those customers use the orion platforms not all three hundred thousand but a large number and solar winds believes that eighteen thousand of them installed. The malware infected versions. Now not all thousand were targeted but even a small percentage. That's a lot of targets cd. Net reports that administrators are finding signs of the malware on their orion systems. But few are reporting. The second stage payload that would be used to elevate access so it's believed the attackers targeted specific customers around the world fire. I for example announced. The intrusion in its network reported last week was caused by the solar winds breach. It has published detection rules on. Get hub That you can access if you need them. Microsoft confirmed the solar winds compromising security alert to its customers and provided countermeasures including detection. Rules added to defend her The us cybersecurity and infrastructure agency or cc issued an emergency directive instructions on how all federal civilian agencies can detect an analyze compromise systems and advise them to shut down. Orion's he said vises. All hosts monitored by ryan to be treated as compromised until you're certain otherwise fireeye calls the malware sunburst if you're out there looking around uc sunburst. That's what that refers to although microsoft has dubbed it salora gate so we we have a couple of different ways to refer to it. The attack worked by entering the network through the orion vulnerability however it got in there and then gaining elevated credentials once it was in your network that let attackers ford..

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Com a breach in the orion network management platform as a network management platform called orion From a company called solar winds has led to attacks on fire. The fire i attack. We talked about last week. Microsoft and several us government agencies. Solar wind said sunday that updates to its orion platform that happened between march and june may have carried malware as a result of a sophisticated nation states supply chain attack. Solar winds says microsoft noted. It noted it notified it of a compromise to solar winds office. Three sixty five accounts. It's not sure if that's how the supply chain attack was carried out but it's investigating. Solar winds did call for all orion customers to update to its latest version immediately. That'll partially mitigate this and it plans an additional patch tuesday to fully defend against it. So they're wins has three hundred thousand customers. Worldwide including most of the fortune five hundred companies in the us lockheed martin booz allen hamilton pricewaterhouse coopers. The federal reserve the defense department the state department the. Us secret service. The national security administration. Thirty three thousand of those customers use the orion platforms not all three hundred thousand but a large number and solar winds believes that eighteen thousand of them installed. The malware infected versions. Now not all thousand were targeted but even a small percentage. That's a lot of targets cd. Net reports that administrators are finding signs of the malware on their orion systems. But few are reporting. The second stage payload that would be used to elevate access so it's believed the attackers targeted specific customers around the world fire. I for example announced. The intrusion in its network reported last week was caused by the solar winds breach. It has published detection rules on. Get hub That you can access if you need them. Microsoft confirmed the solar winds compromising security alert to its customers and provided countermeasures including detection. Rules added to defend her The us cybersecurity and infrastructure agency or cc issued an emergency directive instructions on how all federal civilian agencies can detect an analyze compromise systems and advise them to shut down. Orion's he said vises. All hosts monitored by ryan to be treated as compromised until you're certain otherwise fireeye calls the malware sunburst if you're out there looking around uc sunburst. That's what that refers to although microsoft has dubbed it salora gate so we we have a couple of different ways to refer to it. The attack worked by entering the network through the orion vulnerability however it got in there and then gaining elevated credentials once it was in your network that let attackers ford..

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Favors were exchanged between indoor and Pricewaterhouse Coopers, which is an American company somehow Americans. America's JC flowers and American private equity firm was no one else was allowed to bid on the new, whatever what was left of this destroyed bank except for the American company chasing flowers. So there's no no evidence has been ever been made available. They're very secretive about the transactions and about the inner workings of that But so yeah answer questions and door was more like bullied into this I said. This is what's going to happen indoor. How would you like to play out because it's not going to not happen? You. Know I. WANNA I WANNA. Recommend everybody check this out. It is available on Amazon prime. We need content a lot of us were stuck inside. We need good documentary like this. It's called the door and hustle and our guests Eric Merola. Who is a very accomplished documentarian he wrote it he directed it and it's fascinating and no one else has done this. So Eric congratulations on the project kitchen. Excellent. After I saw it. Thank. You very much. Thank you for having me on I. Really appreciate it. Yeah. No doubt about. It and Jan wouldn't you love to get back into a movie theater yourself? I certainly would you know even though as a critic you know forever I've been going to screenings they've screening with the public who have won tickets, and so I get to sit with people and Gosh I. Miss It. Yeah..

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Recovery Strategy: Inside Look at Furniture Shoppers After COVID-19

Our SKUD View

06:38 min | 2 years ago

Recovery Strategy: Inside Look at Furniture Shoppers After COVID-19

"Welcome back to another episode of our skewed view. I N Emily and I'm your host. Today Chris will be back in a couple of weeks promise but until then we have another very special guest today. A returning champion on the podcast. We have got Keith Johns with us. Thanks for coming fatally so today we are going to get right into the details because we heard a lot of people some great questions after our first podcast and we want to answer those. So today we're going to talk about the two types of consumers that are coming out of this pandemic. We've been watching some trends in talking to a lot of retailers and things are a little bit different. So we're GONNA get into the details today with you First couple of housekeeping notes. We are going to start recording these on a weekly basis to give you guys as much information about recovery in strategic planning as you are asking for so if you have something you are looking specifically please send us an e mail at marketing at migrating dot com and we will take those requests and schedule a podcast about it so now already to get into the detail so keith. Let's talk a little bit about these two types of consumer. We've got two basic people where we've got people who are willing to come into the store after the covid nineteen impact and then people were still pretty cautious. So what do retailers need to know about the new type of consumer that's emerging from the quarantine so sitting outside this weekend thing about this topic and you know how best to bring some value to the conversation in enjoying Mother's Day belatedly. Great Mother's Day and took care of their mom And you know what we're watching here is something we haven't seen happen in one hundred years. It's the interplay between personal safety and economic concerns and then how is that affecting consumer spending behavior? So it's important. I think that d not only talks about what's going on at the retailer level the furniture industry level. But also we take a look higher up so I paged through Some research from Pricewaterhouse Coopers and Deloitte just to see what kind of questions they were asking wondering. When are consumers going to to come back out? What's IT GONNA look like when they do come back out? What behaviors are GONNA revert? Can we cannot any of the actually being just like they were before hand. Or which ones are you going to change? I think I think we're aware that a lot of them are going to change significantly and they're probably going to stay changed. Thought it was interesting. The Deloitte Research. It said that sixty four percent of the folks they surveyed which are international not just the North American international sixty four percent. Their decision making is still driven by concerns about family health. So folks aren't thinking about which store to go to the cells the best furniture really big decisions here if I go out if I take someone with me. How does that affect the health of my family? That's a big deal question. And you've got sixty four percent of people thinking about that now. This is changing every week and this research was a couple of weeks old sure. In addition it said forty two percent of those surveyed or thinking about delaying large purchases. Now not all furniture purchases are necessarily large but but they can't be and Only one in three right now are comfortable going to a store one in five to have something to compare it to are willing to fly which is probably perceived a slightly more risky given the the concentration of people so that's the framework that our industry is operating in and there's there's certainly Unique parts industry but broad that we all. We need to be aware that that's the kind of thinking that people are having to go through. And how do I adapt and plan for that? And that's where you know. At an industry level microbes is talking about the willing customer versus the cautious customer. And it sounds like emily. That's what you'd like to hear more about a rated Ivan Yellows. Divan this great okay. Great so the willing customer personas are changing. We've talked about this in various Micro d media. you're still going after people from a certain geographic area or a certain age who have a certain income level. Maybe even a certain propensity to spend. You know you've got your your persona within those personas. Do not have folks that are willing folks that are cautious as far as venturing out in this new new environment. We have the willing folks are going to want to come to your store. They're they're not. They're not gonNA stay sheltered in place as significantly as they had before but they are tightening down there shopping strategy. I think I mentioned this. Emily in the last podcast where there was the trend years ago. Was that Google search. Allowed you to shrink down the number of stores That you were going to go to made you more effective and efficient sop chopper. Spending all day going to furniture stores like you might have in the past. That's going to tighten down even more Maybe they had gone two three four five stores before they're gonNA target one or two stores. They're willing to go to the stores. Liquor spent a lot of time on those websites maybe even reacting with the staff the chat or email there. It's almost it's precision shopping right. They're going to look for the one place. They WanNa go where they can get what they need. Here's a shortcut product proximity in preparation. Those are the three PS to keep in mind to attract the willing Consumer Shopper. Do you have the right product? Are you close enough to them? They're going to go to a store but they're going to stay closer to home than they might have in the past and do you have a way to prepare for them to come visit you. Can they make an appointment with you? Have you shared with them? Your plans for what their experience will be like. As far as cutting us as far as how they'll walk into the store how the deal with your staff. How can they be assured? Even though they're willing consumers they're happy to go to your store. They still want their still that sixty four percent. That are very concerned about their health. How can you reassure them that? Your storage safety shop at so you're going to address the the willing side of the consumer the new consumer will call it a post cove. It

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on A New Direction

"Ladies and gentlemen please welcome. Please give a warm welcome. And welcome to the Maureen Metcalf. Thank you so much J. I just delighted to be here with your listeners. And with you and you are just deep expertise overall thank you. That's very. That's that's kind of you so I listen. I love this book. I I really loved this book and I found it to be challenging to myself. Because you just didn't let me read the book you would ask questions at the end of each chapter and you would say things to me. So what do you believe? Jay? What do you think j? So what are you GonNa Change? Jay what's your challenge. Jay and I was like well marine. We don't even know each other that well and you're really gonNA. You're really going to push me like that. But it was really so good. Because the book was outstandingly written and I commend you on the book because it really is. It's really a tester for you if you're really interested in doing it so let's talk about why we need to have what's the what's the challenge for us. In terms of having be a leader in terms of being innovative leader in transforming organizations we may be leading. What's our big challenge interesting? Because we're we're recording this in the midst of the pandemic so the things people had as challenges have changed in some cases. Let me think it is still the combination often leaders especially think that they're changing them are just changing the organization and the most effective transformations leaders change who they are and how they think and how they behave in conjunction with changing the organization. The go lockstep so I can't change one without the other and be completely successful so one of the things that is you know you point out in the book. The very beginning of the introduction is that the truth is is that when it comes to any organization we are living in a time where everything is accelerating and and everything is changing at such a fast paced. It's impacting all every aspect of our business. But we live in a time right now has it. Has It from your perspective. Has it accelerated even more because of what we're living in or has it. D- accelerates so I think things that should have or could have happened. In some cases decades ago are starting to happen. So the example is I came out of Pricewaterhouse Coopers Accenture and over twenty years ago accenture went to her telling now we weren't using zoom back then but we were working from hallway worked remotely. We worked for lions offices because that is the nature of the business. Now that in many states we can't go into the office. Organizations are learning that yes in fact. People do work from home most in most cases right. They're not cheating system. They're working a little differently because they're trying to teach their kids and take care of their families share computers and all that stuff but for the most part are getting their work done. They're trustworthy and they're finding innovative ways forward so you think that's one example. The other is tell. House that was again something that was available at technologically but many physicians hadn't gone that road and like everything. It's not a one size fits all but there are places where these technology.

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4 Small Business Marketing Insights for 2020

Duct Tape Marketing

09:04 min | 2 years ago

4 Small Business Marketing Insights for 2020

"Number one insight audio content. I think that this is going to be something that people need to really embrace for twenty twenty so audio content is this it is a podcast. It's all the things that have been around for a while. It's actually part of a video. There is audio typically the video but a couple of things. I think are really important. If you're not podcasting I'll say it again. I'm sitting at many times. I think you should be. PODCASTING is a great way to produce content content. It is a great way. If you do interviews like me to reach out and have some great conversations with people you wanted to speak with and and you know that can be it doesn't have to be authors are influencers that can be your target market. It could be your customers. It's a great way to get content to build relationships but from a format standpoint. One of the things that I think audio has going for it is that people have less and less time and less and less attention may be to sit in front of a monitor and read content onto read blog post and and a lot of ways. I think that that's due to the fact that I know how I am if I'm in the office and I'm in front of a computer I don't know I'm going on client stuff stuff writing my own content. I'm probably not gonNA read content same with video. I have a lot of trouble sitting in front of a monitor and watching video. I get distracted. I want to do other things because I'm on my computer but audio content has the portability that really no other format hats so in other words judge I can download the podcast Stick my phone in my pocket and go for a walk. I can turn it on in the car because I can listen to it without having to watch it I can walk. The dog dog can go for a run. I I just think there's so many things that that make the format the portability at least of the format Something that I think you have to be adding if you're not today because I do think that there are people that are tuning out And every other form of content I know a lot of books That that you know or some of the biggest name books that you can look at in in the world of business or non fiction books by. I'd like my friend Ryan holidays. Still misses a key his recent bestseller the Audio Book Format that is selling as many copies if not more some days than the printed format format and I think that that trend is going continue in fact. I think I saw a statistic the other day that audiobooks sales outstripped the sale of kindle e books I think it was just a study Eddie in the UK but still and it gets indicative of of really the behavior of consumption. That is out there so if you are not producing adducing on your content. I'm going to encourage you to do so. There are a couple of things you can think about. I mean if you've produced a whole bunch of videos and you're all on video videos fine videos. Great video is necessary but you can sometimes strip out the audio from those videos and run it in another format. You don't have to have a traditional podcast cast you can just occasionally Do a rant like this in an audio format you can use audio to actually just talk all about your business for hours and hours and hours and let somebody else. Turn that into web pages by transcribing it so there are a lot of things that I think you can start thinking about adding A lot of reasons to add audio content to the mix. I do think that this is Kinda my one. Futuristic idea here I do you think that the smart speakers will at some point become a way that people consume more of their daily content so in other words Alexa. Play my flash briefing. You might deliver say daily kind of recap of audio content again. I think we're a long way from there. It's too hard to figure out how to get an Alexa skill. Walk on your daily briefing. It's kind of like the old days of podcasting but but but it's coming I think So audio content get into it all right the second insight. This is me speaking more as a marketing consultant and a person who trains marketing consultants. I think more and more small businesses should should and our bring things in house and there's two areas that I think you should stop outsourcing as much or or that you will stop outsourcing I think and that's marketing tactics. I'm going to expand on that and then technology in fact I if somebody came to me and said Okay my businesses at XYZ point. What should my next higher be? This is a ninety percent chance that I would say it'd be a marketing person or it would be a technology. Ag Person The problem with kind of both of those is is that you don't just say either or I think you hire a marketing person because there are so many things that can be done routinely writing content doing social posts getting reviews taking photos of things making instagram post. Those are all things that I think. You should have an internal resource to do but marry that with a strategic marketing partner. A Life Times were the challenges is that small businesses will will hire a marketing person. Usually a young person who knows that social media stuff but there's no direction there's no way for them to kind of tap into the strategic marketing plan because a lot of cases there isn't one so what my suggestion is is you should be looking for a trusted resource mentor to revise her coach consultant. Who can help you with the strategic component? The plan the maybe even the operations of the plan the analysis of the plan the analysis of the data that the plant produces but get somebody internally directed by that person you'll get the best of both worlds and I think that that's a that's scenario that's going to grow so much so that in twenty twenty We are actually going to create a certified marketing manager program just With the with the primary goal of leading business owners letting US train their marketing staff leading them show them how to hire internal marketing staff. And have that person Directed acted by an outside resource such as the duck tape marketing consultant. So that's a another insight that Be As as many of these tools have gotten in some always easier to operate but but it also in some ways more foundational to marketing. I think that's a great hybrid combination insight insight number three. This was kind of fun because so many things. I've seen over the years that I've been doing that there's this giant pendulum swings back and forth worth. It seems like so used to be every deal was done with the handshake. You know with a trusted partner that you could look in the eye and then technology came along along the Internet came along and all of a sudden you could do an entire business without ever actually talking to another human being and it was too far that way and I think that we're swinging being back somewhere to the middle to the point where this insight sort of seems counterintuitive. I'm saying you need to both humanize automate. And I think the reason for that. Is that so much behavioral summit so many ways in which people want to do business with customers are or with Customers do business with us. They want things that should be convenient to be. Convenient should be efficient to be efficient. Should be automated to be automated but then they want that human touch. There's tremendous amount of research done around. You know what makes you love company and Dan in many cases. It's it's things like convenience knowledge communication efficiency friendliness all human traits but a lot of the reason the company is is convenient and efficient is now aided by technology in the proper set so I think that we needed we need to get it to the point where we are automating everything that can and should be automated and we are humanizing or re humanizing everything that can and should be my insight for twenty twenty in terms of a recommendation in this case is get back on the phone let your phone ring answer your phone and call people that that is one of the easiest ways I think to re humanize businesses. I'm GONNA do it and I've certainly been guilty of the opposite insight insight number four I think retention customer experience is the Golden Opportunity for anybody. That's been in business for any amount of time already. Alluded to this but press pricewaterhouse. Cooper didn't extensive research on why somebody stayed loyal. What they thought was a great experience experience and it not wealth? Very few of the responses had anything to do with the product or the service it was convenience knowledgeable communication efficiency friendly

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The Role of Design in Business

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

09:56 min | 2 years ago

The Role of Design in Business

"I'm Jackie FRY senior director of design operations at mail chimp. We essentially run the business of design and based on the theory that design China's great for business I often think that design or are separated in their silos. I'm a product designer. I'm a brand designer and at Milton we wanted to bring these people together so that they could get to know each other more see each other's work influence each other's work these people being together getting to know each other it. It offers a lot of great benefits to our customer experience in sort of that harmony of touch points. Saint how all of that design comes together male chimps all in one marketing platform allows you to manage more of your marketing activities. All in one place so you can market smarter and Dan grow faster now. What male chip? That's what learn more at Nelson Dot Com. I'm curious about what you think of the Solo Universe and its possibilities around inclusion. Are you finding people who are solo practitioners or vision vision. Who are finding ways to work? In this way that they wouldn't in an less welcoming corporate environment the event the PAT just described Solo event took place at District Hall all here in Boston and the Innovation district and At one point I went out to. I forget whether I had go to the bathroom or get some water or something and are there were three young guys. They're tech is still had like Chino's ill-fitting she knows and stuff and that was what the districts designed to be at work co working space base for young tech people and They They said to me. What are you guys doing? And I explained to them what we were doing and they said this is the first time we have ever seen anybody buddy. WHO's not white in district hall NatWest true? I mean they attracted a lily white audience which is representative of the business community in Boston. Unfortunately the mainstream business community. What we had done was 'cause early marketing efforts actually did not reach a broad enough audience in terms sued versity. We went to Roxbury and got a couple of local business activists and said we'll give you a table invite local soloists and so they they did and immediately they came in and they felt as if they were part of this community. If we had not done that that would have been an all white audience. We live in a capitalist a society that benefits getting big and getting big fast. Do you see any benefits in the idea of scale at all I think about when we launch fast company right we. We were a lot about changing the way big companies work. It was. It was a magazine for people in big companies not entrepreneurs and not soloist. Louis and we didn't know where that was ultimately with the long path was for that but ultimately big business took over the learned their lesson. About what talent wants and a lot of them have changed the way they do business pretty dramatically but I do wonder if Biz will come along again as the Solo. The world grows to kind of say. Okay we understand now what people want. And we're GONNA adjust again and maybe maybe it is the end of large organizations physically physically but you know. I just wonder if they're going to sort of see an adapt through our normal economic and societal benefits to organizations that scale. Well absolutely and were not arguing. that the solar independ- dependent life is for everybody. I have a bunch of brothers who are extremely successful all of the big company guys and when we sit around and talk I think they'll look at me and think why would you not want to work on a global scale. You know they were. At and T. and pricewaterhouse coopers and they loved working at that scale. I understand that So we're not talking about everybody but I do think that Scales the enemy of creativity period. End of story. I couldn't agree more but let me. Just add a footnote to that the so the four of us are sitting around talking and we would all argue that by virtue of our profession where creatives. Yes but you down to Washington. DC and there's a law firm down there call the Potomac group and it's one hundred lawyers. None of them are employees. They're all indies and there is a firm and what the firm does is it makes a market between clients that have specific needs that can be satisfied legal needs on a project basis and these lawyers who have left often the most prestigious law firms in Washington and New York to work with Potomac because they want flexibility. They want to work on projects. They don't want to work full time. And so and their creative there are creative attorneys their creative consultants and I think there are people who who WANNA WANNA be able to do Exercise the creativity and the way in which they approach the law or they approach accounting or finance. And I believe me. I'm not ignoring the fact that there are lots of people primarily women but not only women who are attracted to this life for purely practical reasons schedule reasons scheduling scheduling companies. Say they can offer more of that in God knows they're trying but you can't. There's really woman entrepreneur now runs you know. I don't know it. Forty Billion Alien Dollar Company. Who said to me and my last days and ink in two thousand twenty set to Maitland simple truth matters? Large companies require and demand obedience. They you just do. I mean these companies often have employee manuals that are as long as the Russian novel for God's Sakes and they have an entire department that's really frankly designed to protect the company from employees. They call it. Hr but that's really what they're doing there and so I'm not. I'm not being cynical about them. I think that's required. That's required when scale and there are companies that do that really well and there are people who flourish in that environment. I was wondering if we could generate a list of things things that we as a society could care more about advocate for. That would make possible this kind of work with some sort of legal protections something about student loans loans. I'm thinking about the kinds of structural barriers that prevent people from being liberated in this way portable health insurance. Yeah the one thing I came out of that event with in what I don't even know if it came up specifically but it was I remember telling you solo has to launch a lobbying arm. We gotta get to Washington and we gotTA start. There's no protection for soloists whatsoever but just isn't and insurance is unbelievably cost prohibitive. So the world doesn't really help you pursue this line of work. Do you have a sense of the psychological profile of the solo worker. ill-fitting Chino's you were talking. They don't they don't here's here's a here's the statistic where well aware of the fact that A significant minority of people who are now in these started out not voluntarily but they were they were laid off and so they did it often thinking it was temporary and out of desperation and after bring some income in so I'll do some projects while I look look for another job and there's a company down in. DC called embryo. Descend some research that says if a typical person like that lasts as an Indie for between eight and twelve months. The chances are eighty percent. They'll never go back and get a job again. So it tells you something about On the one hand the incredible fear that people feel about making the transition out of the world of regular Panja Film. And on the other end and the fulfillment on the other rant for people who are looking to build us an economically sustainable life around interesting work. The future is brilliant Ryan and possible and possible really practically possible. It's challenging it's difficult is especially challenging for people who have inflict Ed Glass. We grew up in as as participants in a traditional workforce not easily. Leave that behind. But once you get involved in this world it is exhilaration. What is your best advice to a big organization who are more likely to hire even on a temporary basis these wonderful solo workers there's To become more comfortable with them and to be able to hire them in places where it would have a big economic impact. I'm thinking all all kinds of places including the rural worker who with high speed Internet is now living the dream of being creative to all kinds of places that are still emerging economies across Africa and Latin America and Asia. It's it's I don't have the answer to that but the question is so funny because as you're asking it I'm thinking unless they're one hundred percent committed to supporting the solo world their inclination is going to be identified talent and want to hire them right so that I think the question is. How do we find someone so committed that? They won't try to hire right that they're going to respect that you've chosen this way of living your life trying to invent an AI. Around work around I can give you an example company really very traditional mainstream company pricewaterhouse coopers. They built a platform for indies. And it all you go on the platform. So let's say you're a consultant assault. You go on the platform and you can search anywhere in the world any project. That is Available right now for contract work and you can search it by industry specialization The economic value the project and I think the logic behind this was that they felt that increasingly. They're relying line too much on indie consultants who were in heavily socially networked communities their global firm and he wanted to figure out how do we make consulting work for P. WC MUC- accessible to population of indies globally. And kind of take down the barriers. If you will.

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on The Independent Wealth Planner Strategies Podcast

The Independent Wealth Planner Strategies Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on The Independent Wealth Planner Strategies Podcast

"Plant but we're worried that it might be too complicated to achieve their financial advisor told them there were several ways to put the buyout bland together so that any event of premature mature death the Klan's would not have to think about what needed to be done the surviving clan would by the deceased clans shares in the company Wally and Holly wondered where the money would come from to buy their partner share of the company their financial advisor said that's the easy part the buyout agreement will be funded by a life insurance policy and depending upon what the agreement says the money will go to the descendants clan and ownership of big. We'll go to the survivors clan now while the and holly you're smiling as they go barking off to the bank. A successful family business is a cornerstone of many families will but passing the business along to the next generation take take substantial planning and preparation a recent pricewaterhouse coopers report found that while just over half of the family owned business executives wanted to pass on their business to their children just twenty seven percents of these companies had a robust actionable succession plan in place but say for example you have built a successful business that you now manage with one of your three children as his sole owner you they have realized for some time now that in order to pass the business onto the next generation you will need to do some careful planning while the business is one of.

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Cybersecurity Workers Needed, No Experience Required.

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:56 min | 3 years ago

Cybersecurity Workers Needed, No Experience Required.

"If you're in the job market, here's a prospect for you cybersecurity lack experience, not a problem companies like IBM in Palo Alto networks are scrambling to hire hundreds and thousands of corporate hackers, and they're casting a wider net in an effort to defend their networks and data more on this after these tech headlines. Uber priced its initial public offering at forty five dollars a share at that price. Uber would raise eight point one billion dollars and commando valuation of about eighty two billion dollars making it the largest US listed IPO since Alibaba went public in two thousand fourteen the pricing first reported by the Wall Street Journal on Thursday sets the stage for Uber's much-hyped trading. Start Friday in what the journal calls. The biggest moment in a year that could break records for peo- activity. Online at childcare marketplace care dot com. Plans to overhaul its business model and include in depth background checks for caregivers coming under scrutiny for its vetting practices care dot com will pay to conduct screening of caregivers on its site. The company also said it would display the date of the most recent check on caregivers profiles online, the enhancements. Follow an investigation by the Wall Street Journal that found the company performed limited vetting of caregivers care dot com. We'll begin implementing the screening enhancements in the next few months and additional improvements will be rolled out by the end of the year. And in a survey by PriceWaterHouse Coopers of more than ten thousand workers ninety percent of C, suite executives said, they paid attention to employ needs. When introducing new technology only about half of the workers. Agreed. However, researchers said a negative employee experience with new tech tools can have a ripple effect across a business and the economy in terms of lost productivity. So the company opted to give every employee a crash course in digital technology. One goal of the initiative is to give employees a better grasp of how digital tools work to find areas that can be improved with technology coming up get ready for an influx of cybersecurity jobs. No experience required. A blockchain smart cities. The digital transformation happening now makes the seemingly impossible doable at Deloitte, we help clients harnessed these powerful technologies to improve business and the world Deloitte dot com slash look again. Facing a shortage of skilled workers to defend against digital attackers. Employers like IBM and Palo Alto networks are pouring millions of dollars into new partnerships. The Wall Street Journal's Charlie Turner has more no experience. No problem companies are struggling to find workers to help them keep computer networks and customer data safe. There are hundreds of thousands of open cybersecurity jobs in the US and employers are casting a wider net to find and develop experts. Let's find out more about this from the Wall Street Journal's Kelsey g so Kelsey does. This mean, a person doesn't necessarily have to have a computer related four year degree or work related experience. Yeah, that's exactly what it means at this is one of my favorite trends that we've seen from the tight labor market employers can no longer be greedy. When it comes to who they hire. And how many years of experience are what -cational decrees they. Require for all kinds of jobs. They really badly need to fill and especially in sectors, like cyber security that have grown really really quickly and have, you know, hundreds of thousands of open positions. Lots of people are getting jobs who never went to college. I single day in their life. The job seekers market has extended into tech. And specifically cybersecurity you mentioned in your story efforts by two companies IBM and Palo Alto networks to attract talent. Why don't you go into what they're doing? Those are two companies that have both partnered with universities in order to help build out the curriculum for cybersecurity degrees, but also built their own training programs for folks who are not, you know, in the middle of their college years, but who may be interested in getting a job as a hacker or as Ashley Richardson in our story who was working as a training engineer. This is all really interesting stuff because these are jobs that didn't exist. You know, five or ten years ago, even so it's difficult to ask universities to on their own build out from their computer science department or from their engineering department, a whole new subsector of classes and faculty experience research into this area. That would really prepare students for these jobs. So you talk about IBM they've developed a division headed by this, man. Charles Henderson, and the division is dubbed x force read, and it's charged with really hacking. I guess breaking into corporate customers late, a smart, watches and appliances and looking to spot potential vulnerabilities before the hackers do. And you know, the people that they're hiring are people that you would not expect. Yeah. I mean, it may sound naive. But I didn't even realize that corporate hacker was a job that you could apply for, you know, it was so funny to me when he said, you know, this is a really hard Dr Phil because there aren't things that you can put on your resume or. Even your website. You know, that you have with all of your clips and all of your experience credentials and stuff to show that you've broken into a Bank before or that, you know, how to hack into the floor would probably hire that person. Right. Exactly. And it makes total business too. That companies would want to get ahead of, you know, say there's some data breach that they're worried about what their new like smart teapot, or, you know, like smartwatch or whatever. What happens all that data who's making sure that all of that user

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:14 min | 3 years ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And we've special guest Rebecca Walser talking about her experience as an attorney. And she's going to be talking about her new book well on broken, which is the featured book today. Good morning, Rebecca. Josh. So for those not heard of your work, if you could describe your background, and what you would would lead you to write the book wealth unbroken? Absolutely love to. So my undergrad degree in finance, and I was in finance for many years a decade actually little over decades. I worked and banking in college or not I had a real job in college. But I you know, 'cause you're for years, and then I worked got my first with PriceWaterHouse Coopers PriceWaterHouse time, and to do basically international financial analysis and consulting and did that for five years. I want to work with IBM AT and T when they basically AT was fine. A piece of IBM was involved with that. And then I went to law school, basically. Yeah. Became a lawyer as university of Florida. And then I immediately went up near area to NYU to get my advanced specialization intact station. So then I practice tax off for a while and knew that I would not be able to just do tax law with my whole background in finance needed to basically open my own practice holistically and so five years ago. I opened my own practice sort of holistic practice of looking at wealth-building financial, financial perspective and attacked perspective. And so that's what we do now. And in two thousand seventeen I decided that, you know, this message that so many Americans are getting the wrong advice and just going down this this this one track of building wealth since the eighties as you're very aware and ninety two to get the message out more frequently than just meeting with one client at a time. And so the book came out late last year. Thousand eighteen and komo's unbroken and since then we just sort of been doing a lot of national platform publicity around the book trying to get as much awareness out as possible about the really the pitfalls. You know, the things that you cover Josh all the time in your practice and your shows about how people build well, and how most Americans really are on this pretext wealth kick, that's really going to come back and cause a lot of problems in heartaches future. No fantastic. We'll talk more about the pretexts hardy. But I'm sure a lot of our listeners of wanna know what led what was the transition like from going to being an attorney to being a financial planner advisor consultant would've you call it. What was? What led to that? Is there funny story, you know, you have those Tiffany moments, and I have had maybe three in my lifetime. This wasn't a fifty moment in my career. I was as attacked attorney at a client's office his his business. He ran his conference. It was very successful business. You don't eat attack attorney unless you're successful. So we're in his comments room, and he's sitting at the head, and I'm in the meeting, the tax lawyer, and his financial adviser is on the other side their attack deterrent as the, you know. I'm having heels on for the meeting and neither of USA gentleman knew my background in finance. You know, they had just they knew me at the tax lawyer. And so his financial advisor starts giving advice. And it was the absolute worst advice that I have ever possibly heard come out of his mouth from attack perspective, but also financial perspective. And I'm literally got digging my heels into the carpet in this conference room and saying to myself just a tax lawyer, just attack tackle, you're just here tax. You know, and I heard myself answer back, but you're not, you know, you're not just attack attorney. And I knew in that moment that I would have to have my practice and the transition into my own practice has been pretty easy actually because I mean, you're an advocate. You know, you are there to argue and and frighten clients position every single down to the to the degree, you know, and you'd never give up. It says practice and Oshkosh deal and my practice, more holistically and financial wealth management. It is a holistic practice with a specialization impacts. And it's been a very easy. It was actually harder for me to just be a lawyer. No, that's great wealth on broken, Rebecca Walser of wealth management adviser. Who wrote a book, I I met you. I don't know one. We maybe five years ago wasn't. And she certainly dynamo talking about the pre tax problems that you may be experiencing in your four one K in your IRA. So let's jump into the book wealth on broken. So you talk about this pretax theory that that really undergirds much of what we hear about on from talking heads on TV and radio someone you wrote a book sort of exposing those money myth. But for for those who maybe never heard that their four one K R A was a problem. What led you to that of conclusion or could LeBron? Yeah. Absolutely. We have to go back to really we have to go back. Future back in time to figure out what the heck happened to get us to where we are. And so we go back, and I'll just give you some some history really quickly. The four one K was written in the revenue act of seventy eight and for your listeners that don't know a lot of very educated because they listen to you. But you know, the one 4._0._1._K was really essentially written to be a corporate tax dodge for highly compensated executives, and that is a specialized term in the tax fall highly compensated executives, they use it in many, different instances. So there are rules are written around of highly compensated people, and this was meant to be a tax legal tax dodge for highly competent executive to basically give them a fissionable bonus plan on top of the pension. You've to remember in the seventies. We really were a pension based, you know, country. We didn't have this. Do it yourself type of planning. So nobody can if you're younger your millennial. You certainly don't understand America where you're really worked at a company for thirty years. Retired got the gold watch they pay for the record life until death. That's how it used to be in the seventies. And so what happened was you have these people these corporations who fighting over really highly compensated talent. And they said, hey, we need to give them an extra something we need something more and someone someone came up the ideal. Hey, why don't we pay pay more towards retirement, if they basically, but we we will give them a bonus. But it has to go in the special counsel and has to vast over time, and they can't touch it. But then you know, that we don't want them to pay taxes on it because they're not going to be what we call phantom income tax coach. And so they said, yeah, yeah. Yeah. They can't won't pay the taxes on it until they get the money. They won't get the money until retirement. So the 4._0._1._K provision was written in that vague. Well, nineteen Eighty-one of kind of fluky event. It was rolled out really everybody. And if you go back to look at the tax code our top marginal. Oh rate and eighty one seventy percent, very high. This is before Reagan's reforms that went to eighty seven so was very very high. And you had a lot of Americans feeling like God taxes are just way too much. And so all of a sudden is plan gets rolled out. That's voluntary. That says, hey, if you want to take some portion of your income up to a limit and put it over into this retirement account yourself, then we won't catch you on it currently, and you can let it sit there and build up over time. And you know, you get taxed on it. When you retire and people thought, jeez. And then they started this conventional financial wisdom saying, and when you retire they add is little lying when you retire. You should pay taxes because you'll be making less because your pay you're paying these high taxes, you're in your Pekar near earning years. And when you retire you'll be making less therefore, you'll pay less tax, and because our taxes are so high eighty one got rolled out everybody people signed up into rows. Then ESO's got oh look at this. And it was like the light bulb went off. They rushed into the CEO's office. And they tell the 'cause you know, at this means we can shift retirement plan from define benefit, which is the pension defined benefit will pay millions of dollars a year into the system as long as they were finding under-funding was not a problem, but it was fun. It will pay millions and millions of dollars Dave responsible for the actual retirement plan and the pension payments for the rest of all of these employees live, even after they retired. It was a massive cost and all of the risk and responsibility was on the corporate shoulder. And so the CFO COO and said this is Jean Hess. We can put the responsibility on the employees. It's voluntary either it or they don't the people that don't do it. We don't have to contribute anything and for the people that do we can contribute some small percentage of what they're putting in. Then what we're doing now the defined benefit and so companies which to define contribution, which is the 4._0._1._K in Giro's and employs loved it. Because they were deferring in not paying the task. And Amir got this rush and its high of not paying the taxes and deferring taxes. And so we got this kind of ingrained into us that many of the nineties to where people were excited they could turn their. Thousand two hundred thousand I remember, I always had a distrust for this growing up because I saw this happen to my father in the eighties nineties. He worked for a Bank for years and years, and they had a pension and then they transferred that obligation to a 4._0._1._K were an IRA with a no load company. They were even head of their time. Wow. And he put all of his money in index funds. And because he read some article, and then bam. You know, lost fifty percent of everything he had. Of medical vents had him liquidate it, and basically he had no pension, and you know. There are millions of middle America listeners people that may be listening right now is a man I wish pension, and you can still set up pensions. Now, by the way, folks. Let's talk more about this with Rebecca Walser talking about her book wealth unbroken, excellent history lesson on the 4._0._1._K. We'll talk a little bit more about that. But it was sort of like the perfect setup CFO CEO's, and then you had the nineties so people didn't really feel a lot of the the market the market effects on their wealth until about two thousand two thousand do by that time it was too late. So folks have you have a question for Rebecca Walser and her book wealth unbroken, call us now? Eight eight hundred three to one zero seven ten gets you on live with his right now. Eight hundred three to one zero seven ten and call us for her book..

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That's true. Why are they? Are they like garden variety hippies? Are they just on a different level to think this is a joke? I don't think it's a put on they've actually done so many of these YouTube videos, and they've never gotten attention until now. Okay. Somebody finally paid attention to like, wait a second. These women are nuts at sounds awesome from Florida because most of the comments on their their page. Their webpage is a Florida, ladies Florida east. That's true. That's true. That's true. Donna in Frederick this morning in his reactions to this Donna good morning. Good morning. I actually thought I was listening to some spoof on cannabis usage SNL. I couldn't believe my ears. I was like am. I be teleported who to mention I feel it to hope that they don't have any kids. Let's let's go ahead. Let these don't save us from all the mental disorder that we've been saddled with. Well, maybe after that lady had her daughter that just says that's true all the time. She was like, you know, this all kid thing never really work out. If you wanna if you wanna to watch the video and watch the gyrations of the younger door has some kind of weird thing, she does it with her arm this. I don't know if it's to contact the higher power. There's a portal through her right shoulder. We're gonna we'll be put on WMA L dot com. That's true. That's true. Jake in. Fairfax this morning, Jake good morning. Hey, guys, how you doing this? What an excellent, sir. Hey, I just say they're cracking up because that is the perfect example of the hypocrisy of Liberal, Democrats, nutcases, whatever you wanna call them. She is calling for the reductive humid population from seven point nine billion to one billion people and yet she's a healer. Now is she really a healer or is he really gathering people inputting putting subliminal messages ended their mind for them to go in there days. So she can. End result. I mean, there's there's some definitely some subliminal comedy going on here at least. And and the idea here is like Jake to your point. I love that. She moved right from PriceWaterHouse Coopers to like telling people to not have children because women need to be at work. And now, she's I it's not clear, she even has a job. Exactly, she's telling you all the other women to go to work. But now, she sits in her backyard and Adirondack chair connecting with other dimensions. Let's think about this Jake Jake, this is very deep because she's a healer. But yet she's telling people not to have children because she wants the population of the world too thin significantly. So what would you heal people probably because noisy when you're trying to connect with the other dimensions with your arms? Way too, many this shoulder. Needs quiet. Listen to them. Listen. To have a list of scientists and tech gurus that we're going to offer for your consideration. Some of them might even be available to be the souls of the planetary consciousness. Because they're in old bodies or less dense. Waterhouse Coopers and NYU. The best society.

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You'll know it's Brian Kilmeade is it possible. The whole family is convict conflicted or compromised with a foreign adversary in the months before the election. Yes. Would he have the potential to cooperate or collude with foreign power to win the presidency at all costs? I wouldn't use the word colluding was there something odd about the back and forth prays with President Putin. Yes. But I'm not really sure that I can answer that question in terms of collusion. Right. The one thing about him. He couldn't jump to that conclusion. But he did have his assumptions any thoughts on that boat was actually accomplishing that seven hours. You just know there'll be more of the CFO and others will be asked to come forward and try to cooperate or not cooperate those stories joining us now is Daryl ice he'll be joining the administration at some point former chairman of the government and oversight committee himself. Congressman welcome back. Well, thanks, Brian. And it is interesting to to watch alcohol alga body experience to watch Elijah Cummings. Beside that, you know, enemy technicality. He's not going to listen to the ranking member any of the minority that it's all about getting a message out from a convicted liar. And and then forget. Goose pictures hanging on the wall looking down on him. Whether it's Henry Waxman or mine, Tom Davis. This is a committee that has a long history high-profile hearings. But we have not had somebody who lied to congress who has every reason to keep lying to congress. Who actually still is in jeopardy come before the committee, and then have the kinds of questions we had in spite of that. I actually think that it yesterday's hearing somewhat vindicated the president because this is what Cohen has it ain't enough. But what does he have in terms of? Well, for example. Senator Cossio Cortes. She had a series of questions who immediately with someone obviously wrote for the the lead me to believe they're setting us up to see from more people here from more people, for example, with what he did with insurance what he did with his taxes and. That made me think that she was going to. That's where they're going to go next. You get that sense. Well, I think you hit it right on the head to know the nuances of soap insurance and how back in the tax benefit. That's not something that, you know, see is particularly likely to know anything about it's also not only not illegal. But it is a common practice, you know, one of the challenges in yesterday's hearing. And what appears to be the hearings of the new democratic majority is it's one sided it's twenty four Democrats ask you a question of the one chosen witnessed, you know? I suspect when they're they bring the CFO in. They're not going to bring a panel for PriceWaterHouse Coopers Deloitte to explain that the president had a team of advisers who gave him appropriate advice of how you minimize taxes, which quite frankly, he's made it very clear that when he loses money helps him and his taxes, but he doesn't he doesn't get up in the morning. Trying to lose money. He tries to make money and minimizes tax. And even Michael Cohen admitted they said have you ever read his tax when he goes? No there you a here is Michael Cohen and Alexander Cossio Cortez. Listen, it's here knowledge to the president ever provide inflated assets to an insurance company. Yes. Who else knows that the president says this Allen Weisselberg Ron Lieberman, and Matthew calamari, and where were the committee? Find more information on this. Do you think we need to review his financial statements and his tax returns in order to compare them? And you'd find it at the Trump org. So they go got some name something to follow up on if you're an oversight. And you're curious do you just is like a no brainer. The foul. Follow that lead. Well, you know, I'm gonna continue caller. That, you know, she's she's younger than my son. And she's more naive than he is. There is a at least as to congress near as a committee the ways it means committee has every single story to work directly with the IRS is there's a question of illegality on behalf of the pros. There's a process there has always been a process I learned it with what was learner in our investigations. There's a process if they wanna have these allegations be vetted, the reality is that's not what they want. What they want is. They want the American people to see balloonist taxes complex and then find looney nuance ways to use it to block the president's legitimacy. The reality is whether the president was phenomenally successful entrepreneur in his own right or not it really doesn't matter. Just like Harry s Truman the day after you become president by any means. It's about. About the presidency and yesterday, they really forgot that the president was sitting there trying to end a seventy year war that now has nukes pointed at our at us, and at our our allies, perhaps twenty million South Koreans could be killed in the first day of an attack and the president is over there halfway around the world doing the kind of foreign policy that we expect a president to do. And then famously Winston Churchill with Roosevelt and others. Did the fact is they miss the point yesterday was not about the president's tax returns. Yesterday was about the president boldly doing things since he was sworn in on January twentieth thousand in seventeen and the American people got it. Did not get it. She didn't Elijah Cummings keeping order in the court. I'm not sure, but he did actually walk over to the microphone afterwards. Cut thirty. I.

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on WTVN

"Two one nine eight hundred six eight hundred six ten WTVN, Bob. Where are we on the do? We know how the groundhogs doing are. We do. We we have that yet. Actively watching it. There's a livestream and Fox News actually has it live is well, they've got to scrolls that are up on top of this stump that they use. Oh, my at these scrolls were as I just heard they were translated earlier by Phil. Okay. They've got him up there. Oh, now tables six as it onto so. Oh, then let's go to it. Yeah. Let's do it. They're getting ready to pull him out of the stump. Or whatever the thing is. We got time. Like waiting for the ball to drop times. Wow. There's a lock on there too. Well, they want him get now. Now, they they certainly don't takes two guys to pull a groundhog out of him. See how many guys are in top hats here and everything this is ridiculous. Holding the groundhog up. Fox's ahead. So I got FOX I'm looking at five. How do we know if he's seen it? I that's a great question because he can't tell us. Guys. Just hold on the groundhog up like he just won the best supporting actor Oscar. Thank you kademi for this groundhog. Oh, hell groundhog supremacy. Groundhog supremacy that's dangerous in America. Us. He'll be mad. There are Dillard's right now that are very upset check with PriceWaterHouse Coopers to find out if he signed Shanna somebody's got to know. I love him. Phil, we love you. That's a lonely guy who shouted that out. Been watching this live streaming. Half of the morning, and there's a ton of people there. Phil's drunk might be wouldn't you be? All the choosing of the squirrels. I think we're going to get our announcement here. This guy looks like less meant about say something. Yes. Sorry channel what you're seeing? A FOX's ahead of what we got in the studio here on channel six the guy. You're talking to a microphone.

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"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"pricewaterhouse coopers" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Many days because we kept getting interrupted by so many wonderful holidays. And so we are we are down to work. What a day it was. We talked about the national news. And then we talked about men and women. And now it's third hour. We're gonna we're gonna we still calls coming in about the men and women issue. I can't wait to bring my guests in on this, my guess in this hour, Mitch Rochelle partner at P WC. What is that? What is what? CWC it stands for PriceWaterHouse Coopers. Oh, that's the big one. The big one is tell me what goes out they used to be a big a big six, right? Is there? Still a big big eight. I'm old. So when I graduated college is big eight. Yeah. Went down to six four. It's for you guys keep knocking each other out a few body. Yeah. I should say. And then one kind of disappeared that Anderson guy. What did he do? Yeah. I always say there, but for the grace of God. That was one of the big implosion. Right. Yeah. Jay Leno even made. Hey on that one. Wow. And FOX business regular, of course, and quiz show champion kind of champion. Oh, you did the quiz show. I did. I got four. Yeah. That's better than most other than average better than average three fives. If I'm not mistaken there is and we actually had our first perfect score alley. Breen caught a six. Yes. Wow. She made history. The voice, you hang is, Jamie. La bella. Jamie is here..

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Dear Elon Musk, delete your Twitter account

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

01:49 min | 4 years ago

Dear Elon Musk, delete your Twitter account

"Let's get a quick check on your business headlines deborah mayes standing by mattis chinese investors will be barred from trading in shares of dozens of foreign companies including those with weighted voting rights such a show me as regulators seek to strengthen protection on the shanghai hong kong connect xiaomi was the first company with weighted voting rights solicit hong kong and it had already postponed issuing cdr's due to market conditions the liquidator have struggling bras group is said to prefer an offer from cerberus capital management over a rival bid from colony capital deloitte is managing the operation with pricewaterhouse coopers and we're told service is seen as a better option agreement maybe struck within weeks our sources say no final decision has been made but holidays bid has been turned down biggest bank has become the latest company in the uae to report exposure to bras emerets med says it has an exposure twenty one point three million dollars through an equity investment abroad and a further six seventeen point six million invested across three abroad funds tesla boss elon musk was forty thousand dollars to a political committee that supports house republicans but insists he's not a conservative donation is his second largest of this election cycle after a fifty thousand dollar contribution to another republican group last year the self proclaimed socialist took to twitter to defend himself saying he gives money to democrats as well to maintain dialogue and that's your bloomberg business flash thank you very much what does the word waking up to this morning in the middle east we're waving up just like your oil prices and a message from the imf about what's happening this is hard markets finished yesterday divide is bid on behalf of one percent of course we saw.

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Saudi Arabia's Ban On Women Driving Officially Ends

00:53 sec | 4 years ago

Saudi Arabia's Ban On Women Driving Officially Ends

"Plus app and bloombergradio dot com from today women are going to be allowed to drive in saudi arabia it's a historic moment from the kingdom and it's really part of a wider drive from the authorities to try and open up saudi arabian society here's what's except steak with the opening it's a first for a country known for its conservatism starting june twentyfourth women in saudi arabia will be allowed to drive the decision represents not just a turning point for women could help transform the saudi economy the first booth could be to automakers three million new women drivers may enter the market by the end of the decade according to research by pricewaterhouse coopers the benefits don't stop there more drivers will need more licenses and more driving schools and the increase in traffic means more.

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