21 Burst results for "Publicis"

"publicis" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

05:51 min | 4 months ago

"publicis" Discussed on The Big Story

"It be the exclusive bizarre for in-app purchases has been ruled illegal as of last friday but neither side got exactly what it wanted. I'd like to introduce our special guests. This episode stephen wolff pereira. Hi stephen hayes. And he got the name right. So that's awesome start. Hispanic stephen was the cmo of new star from two thousand sixteen to twenty seventeen. And he's also longtime at data logics and then oracle after oracle acquired data logics the ad agency publicis and experienced another credit agency double record there and he's now a marketer of his own product and are pretty cool left. Turn as ceo of kontos. Which is a story teaching platform for kids and also joining us on this episode is alison. Shift our senior editor. And the person who wrote in covered. Are sarah hi. She covered our story the acquisition and she's also are mobile expert and has been following. Went tuned into apple's event yesterday and she's been closely following the apple epic lawsuit so allison given the nuts and bolts of the new star. Transient deal so just a little bit of back story of this is trans unions fourth acquisition for its marketing solutions division. It's by far the biggest three point. One billion like you said but over the last two and a half years transient acquired. True signal. signal and true optic which is kind of funny because they i'll either have signaller true in their name New star doesn't so very creative on the marketing. It's kind of like in the mobile world where everything was like mo something or like blah blah app. Something it's like. Come on guys get more creative with your port mantos. But i'm be transient is known for being credit reporting agency primarily. They maintained historical credit information on businesses and individuals and it's a highly regulated area. But yet you have these credit report reporting agencies like also experien- getting really hot on digital advertising. And i think we're gonna make a connection on that later in the show experience acquiring tap bad last year but the with new. I mean i can tell you a trans union. Says i'd love to hear what stephen has to say. But they say they wanna be a player in the identities base at a time when.

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"publicis" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

08:26 min | 6 months ago

"publicis" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"To my lobby at my building but the important thing and this is that. How do you do that. And men thain this same consistency in quality regardless where the food is being picked up delivered. So think about franchise want those french fries from tunnels nice and crispy so you want to get the same crispy. French fries at the same temperature for the same amount of time regardless of the location now this requires integration from the front end to the back end envy. Thinking did the process along the customer experience journey. So that's an example where we're talking about the transformation that you are is driven to improve the customer experience to bring more value to the customer and frankly to make fast food even faster. Think that examples really key because it's your point. No one wants soggy french fries. That's that's that's a challenge nonetheless to try to figure out how to make that. Were one of my favorite meals fruits. Yes love steak. Free in this pandemic. i living toronto and toronto. We had extended lockdowns. Matter of fact we just started the reopening last friday we still phase one of the reopening. We really behind many other cities in west and so obviously all. The restaurants were closed right. They just not reopened the patios to get steak frites delivered. It's hard too because like you said by the time they get your house. Those french fries. Not face the same and your steak and you don't want a warm up your state lasting to do is take Loonier state so it's it's difficult right right. Managing that process. That's what really right that requires the company to we. Think when you cook ario cook. What is the right timing right. So if like with mcdonnell's ethnic sampled the franchise if i'm picking up the the franchise at the drive to. I'd have to know knowing. When am i there in my approaching far away from the drive to soy stock in the french fries right. I always ask this. The last question asked most people come on the show. And i think you're in a unique vantage point with both what you do in the business and driving transformation but just as a marketer having been a couple different types of businesses in the past and as a cmo but curious how you think about either the largest opportunity or the biggest threat that's facing marketers today first of all. I think it's a great time to be in marketing. Perhaps this is the best time and the reason so because we have more marketing so much over the last decades today marketing is not just about telling a story or manage the brand it is not about transforming the business and if you think the back into the nineties when i started doing marketing marketing used to be like an assembly line. Very process oriented. Think about like that was the campaign mindset there. We put a lot of campaigns to market. We push these paints to mark was a very much push up approach in was like an assembly line. Because was like you know you uber. From he he had to hear in any push. The campaign knew will through the whole process again and then with the rise of digital and proliferation of channels and with that it marketing has become more like a trading room floor where decisions get made in real time and using real time data and that's been great for marketing because now they can make those decisions raced earning tuition but based on real data and they can be more agile making those decisions. So that's been grading a lotta marketing teams and companies are still in. the nineties. Still haven't moved to that. But i think the next phase of marketing. Which is now were were going. It's going to become more. Like what i call a lab where everything is much more experimental and were keep adding in changing the formula. He felt like think of chemistry lab. We going to be more experimenting in adding different chemicals and creating different things in real time. And i think this presents a phenomenal From marketeers that not wants to be the custodians of the brand to help them reinvent the company in the business and this goes back to talk about in the beginning about product avenue product marketing versus service marketing at marketing product and marketing. A service. And would i think a lot of this now need to i tell my team december day. Actually i tell them the things they should learn and are to do east ohio to embrace a strategic mindset. A doing that in some ways is embracing like a product mindset not a product mindset. Let me just explain not had a push a product market but out the build one as think about a software product. The process of software product development is. Iterative it's also in. it's constantly evolving. Think about the products. We like your iphone. You get new versions new updates. Every year and the product keeps evolving keeps. But never finished. So you about this idea right where you live in a constant state of beta so your campaign is never finished. It's constantly evolving. So that one area. I tell conflict to say think adding that sort of that mindset their way of thinking how we develop software products and bring that into your work right now sometimes this for a designer think about it. It's very challenging and daunting to say. We can't just put a design off the world. It's not dinner. They spent so much time. Thinking about my ad is not finished because you can continue. Put it out there. You see how people engage with it and you get feedback and you continue to add it. Her suspended so much. Sign on something to make a perfect that in my only last a couple of minutes in the market. So that's why. I use this concept of a lab. It's very experimental. And i think this is a fantastic opportunity. So for market for any one today wants to go into marketing. A really believe at least never been agree time now. The marketing also for people do not embrace sort of new way of thinking and if your marketing as cmo today your job can just be to manage. The brand you have to think about yourself is working across the company important skill. The marketeers need to develop you become like chief who operate it. Officer you gotta bring all the other functions together and that is why i think is going to be the biggest opportunity anything for. Cmo's where you're going to see the role becomes way more. Strategic hundred percent agree with you. And i i like the vision in the evolution that you laid out to you and this notion of a lab. I think it's point in the chief. Collaboration officer for sure. It's a theme that pull out across a number of podcast interview episodes As well especially those are doing it well teresa. Thank you so much for spending some time with us. Sharing your story and your insights. It's been fantastic. Thank for having me.

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"publicis" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

08:24 min | 6 months ago

"publicis" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Today today on the show of got theresa but our era. She's the global chief. Marketing and communications officer publicists sapient and today on the program. We talk about her path. To becoming cmo at publicis sapient was tracked through technology and professional services companies like ibm accenture and deloitte prior to joining. Publicis we talk about her new internship program that she's launching and why she so excited about it as well as what. The role of a marketers leader is in driving diversity inside the organization and through diversity inclusion and we obviously talk on business transformation which is with publicis sapient as driving for many of their clients as well as an example that she uses for. Mcdonald's i hope you enjoy this conversation with teresa but era theresa welcome to the show. Thank you ellen. I'm very delighted to be here with you today. I'm excited to learn a quite a bit more about publicis sapient of before we get to the business side of the equation I hear that you. I believe grew up in portugal and immigrated to the us. The have that right. That's absolutely right. I grew up in northern part of portugal and immigrated to united states at about asia. Sixteen and a half. What brought you to the. Us so a couple one was family. I had a lot of family delivering united states matter of fact godfather before he married my grandmother. He had emigrated to the united states. Said that young age So i was out at a lot of relatives delivered here. And when i was years old my father passed away and my mother after couple years decided that that would probably be best for us to immigrate into reunite with her family law. A lot of their siblings all our siblings. Matter of fact they lived in united states. He was the only one that stayed behind with my grandmother. So that was one reason. The other reason was actually at the time. I had expiration to become a doctor and portugal back then really only had a couple of universities medical schools and it was very difficult to pursue a medical career so coming to america and going to university here for the first year or actually applying for me to verse in. Portugal was much simpler. Because i would apply as a foreign student in portugal at the time was leaving opportunities for children of emigrants to return to portugal. So our only have to take out language exam versus taking the standardize exam santer diversity so that will obviously would have been much easier for me so those two reasons combine aladdin's year. History will tell you that a letter back to portugal. And i never pursued. Medical career was gonna say you're now. The cmo publicists sapient. What was the path from. Dr aspirated into marketing. Very linear or frankly predetermined middle is i. I didn't grow up thinking. I was going to be a cmo or even working in marketing. And as i just said my aspirations with the have a career. Amin a doctor. When i was a kid my mother. She had a strong belief in education and she used to say to me. You have to go to school. Study really hard and when you get older you can either become a doctor. A lawyer and you can do either then. You should work in a bank so as planned on. I started university. I was a pre med major. But after taking organic chemistry my sophomore year. I decided this was going to be a good career choice for me. So after diversity ended up going to business school and really was there that i was introduced to marketing and i joined. Ibm read after business school and spend ten wonderful line exciting years at ibm working many parts of the business and travelling to different countries and regions. I was really fortunate to work in our aspect of marketing from product marketing brand industry alliance in solution marketing and frankly was the best learning ground for any young the end motivated in in person. And really that's how my career began and not leaving ibm after ten very successful years. Not because i was unhappy. Because i felt I should try something new to time. And i went was a software startup to build their brand defined in create new market space for the company. And while i was there i was then recruited by next colleague to join accenture and to be honest i was a bit hesitant to join a consulting service organization at that time because i believe marketing at accenture in all companies were stealing the journey to reach adulthood but the offer any opportunity was attractive. And i thought i would stay there for two three years and well. It turned out into thirteen years but it was a great experience. Accenture was a great place to put my marketing knowledge to practice but also learned leadership skills how to prioritize and mostly to to learn how to lead by influence and build high performance teams. I left expansion. I joined deloitte as the first chief. Marketing officer for delay consulting. It was a phenomenal Tenacity to rebuild the marketing function into a modern organization. That was really fit for purpose and growth. And then i left deloitte than i join a publicis sapien three years ago and lost the issues prop of been one of the most fun and impactful of had in my career into an amazing journey and would not worry about organic chemistry of her that weeds out. Everyone we're left medicine to take that. I think i went to like a tech school in the a lotta friends took organic chemistry in. That was definitely the weed out course in my university as amazing you starting. Ibm and then accenture. He spent quite a bit of years at both places. Just curious like you made the switch to services side. He said he thought at that point in time they were still developing themselves. And things like that and you. You've stayed in services since what. What is it about services. Do you think keeps you there. And service companies unlike product companies the way you market is different because have intangible product so content becomes king and queen so you have to understand first of all to detained the industries the you tend to mark available in the stand those issues and those industries and then the market would mortar. The content lead in issues space a marketing strategy versus a product based marketing strategy. And i do in some ways finally to. It's a sophisticated way of marketing in does require in some ways about better knowledge of those industries and those customers you tend to go after but there's a lot of things though i mean i think at the end of the day brought it marketing service. The elements are the basics. Are the same. So i joined accenture to bring the broader marketing concept that i learned early on. Ibm which are fundamental in some ways. That's what i really learn how to do. to marketing. join accenture was to really bring that sort of mindset into the marketing organization but when you combine both right take that sort of the product mindset had you think a value bring a product to market in bring it to a new service organization. Would you go to mark around the content and.

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The beauty hall for 2020 is here

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

The beauty hall for 2020 is here

"All right. So normally, we always start out with skincare. We know that you guys are huge skin care junkies, but there's so much news make up that. Honestly we have to give it some love straight off the top, and we're going to start with none other than rare beauty, the new line by Selena. Gomez. Okay. So I did not get my package a curly, and so I'm very excited to hear what you thought of the line and what you think the winners are and just definitely part of this bigger trend we're seeing right of so many celebrities launching makeup lines right now. Yeah it's. True I feel like they used to be kind of like on the poster to represent like a new lipstick or something in these big campaigns, and now it's as though they've stepped out of the frame and they're really owning their own lines it really you know with Selena Gomez I know that health is a topic that's really close to her heart. So we know that one percent of the proceeds from this whole line is going toward increasing access to mental health services. So I, think just having like so much more integrity behind his lines as what makes them not just a flash in the pan. Committed to one hundred, million dollars over the next ten years. So that's a pretty big deal that's super exciting, and of course, we know that Sephora, is behind this line as well. It's exclusive to Sephora so although it's not one of the Kendo brands. So to speak I, feel like you know Sephora they get all that Intel from their customers they know what they want and they really brought a lot of I would say like. Thoughtfulness, to these formulations, I think that's where a rare beauty really wins. Okay. So let's hear about it because I know a lot of people were kind of comparing it to fantasy like one what's been your experience so far? What's what have you been? Loving. So my favorite product from the lot is the rare beauty liquid touch weightless foundation, and so that's the one everyone's going to compare it Fendi. It has forty eight shades except this one is only twenty nine dollars, which is cheaper than the fence is thirty eight dollars Canadian, and of course, it launched just at the beginning of September I really love it. So first of. All just tell you like what it is. It's meant to be a lightweight valuation that goes on Super. Naturally but it has quite a bit of pigment to it. So it will give you a medium to full coverage finish and I think we're all familiar with the bottle. We've probably seen it on instagram. It's as beautiful like it's got the sculptural shape to it. So it then bottle and then it has like this white ball on the top definitely GonNa look good on your shelf e and when you open it, what's really unique is its got this gigantic doe foot applicator like it almost reminds me of the applicators of those. Big Conceal that were coming ask chair. Yeah. Yeah and it's meant to be like a Serum Foundation. So you actually shake it and you can hear that click, click click inside and I'll be honest I've tried serum foundations in the past and I don't typically like them usually they come with a dropper and although there really lightweight there's like a slickness and an oiliness to it that I just do not like I I feel like that was like a a flash in the pan kind of a gimmick that I don't think those are going to last but this one goes on and it feels more just like a very lightweight almost. Watery Foundation without having any oiliness to it, but it is quite pigmented. So what you're going to do is you're gonNA put dots on your face like in the main areas where you won't coverage for me that would all over my tease own and then I, just used my beauty blender and blended in as usual and I really found it had a very natural second skin effect. So it's not particularly Matt it's not particularly Dewey it just looks Berry Notch, draw it kind of reminded me of the Bite Beauty Foundation that I really fell in love with lots year that all clocks right because it likes under Sephora I'm sure they definitely Yeah, armed each other. Well, I mean Sephora. So as an example, Nour's launched a soft Matte Foundation this fall as well, and the publicis actually told me that that was in collaboration with Sephora and that they were using all of the feedback from their customers to tell them what they wanted So that was a very different foundation. It's quite matt more like the Charlotte Tilbury airbrush break by yes. A We know that they're kind of feeding into that and that just makes sense I mean Celinas. Not a makeup artist. Maybe, she has van Gogh helping our, but obviously, they're going to be using the power of their knowledge to create these formulas. So I love this foundation I think it's so natural. This is like a new favorite for me but I think it's really representative of the line like what I noticed just having tried quite a few products is that it's like taking existing ideas like for example, the lip souffle Matt lip cream we all know a liquid matlab color, but this one just went on, it gives you a soft finish. And it's so comfortable. But what I liked is it wasn't thick. So they managed to get that pigment without having that thickness like I can never get a clean line with a Matt liquid color. I always have to use my finger to blended then and then you don't get that that nice shape to it. So this when you do so everything was like, yes already out there but this is so thoughtful and it's just slightly better

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"publicis" Discussed on Insider Interviews

Insider Interviews

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"publicis" Discussed on Insider Interviews

"Numbers the forty five one to listen to. So that's how I got my musical start. In the I remember all road trips. Started and ended with all these. So that's just the music that I always listen to. I love that we have something in common. My Dad's started as a radio DJ. So Yup and I remember those road trips. Totally be singing offering espey cat so. Worse areas from here on out because you have a very impressive. At a very impressive agency and I really WanNa talk about what's happening in marketing and healthcare marketing. Hey It's e be Mawson. This is episode eighteen of insider interviews about the media marketing and Advertising Industry today my guest is someone who works in a space that's on a lot of our minds health care. I'm really honored to have Andrea Palmer here. She is the president of Publicis, health media. She's also been immediate industry trailblazer for nearly twenty years. She's done things like created and launched health front, which brings together industry leaders in tech media content, and in May of twenty nineteen, she was named pm three sixties elite one hundred in the strategy category and this year just recently, she was named to m. and M.'s hall of Fem Twenty Twenty, we love that. So without further ado as they say, let's hear from Andrea Palmer? So in all seriousness, there's marketing. and. Then there's healthcare marketing and that's pretty specific. So how'd you get into that sector? So it's interesting I sort of happened into a little bit but it came from a lot of different factors I ball. My mom was a nurse says shooting nurse. And then shoes dermatological nurse for as long as I can.

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"publicis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"publicis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And then the eagles at three. Point Oh five. Now the raiders which were always near the because they are. GOING TO A. Billion Dollar Stadium, which is obviously part of it. But You know if you think about. The. If you'd like to get involved. So twenty seven of the NFL's thirty two teams it appear on the top fifty list three in the top ten, nine in. The top twenty. THE ONLY NFL teams not to rank. In the top fifty arve. Cody. Tennessee Tuxedo. Flea. Tuxedo by the way. The Washington. Team. Alex Smith. I talked about how horrifying is leg look like civil war. Exhumed corpse leg at infection as they cut away the flesh and all that. And he's trying to make a come. Back, he's had seventeen or camp on the. Active Publicis on that means physically unable to. Perform. And Ron Rivera. That's he will not rule him out of the competition as long. As he does one thing. That is. Becomes part of our equation. That's the truth of the matter. Well, we know how much? They have faith or lease. They've put a lot of eggs in the basket dwayne Haskins. At Ohio state he's a quarterback there. But. Smith thirty, six years old. was very effective for. The niners near the end for cabinet to go acted for the chiefs. and. If you look at. The last nine years he's done one, hundred, forty, two touchdowns and forty eight picks. That's not bad. And Rivera said. Quote, this will be appear competition the big thing more than any. So we can get a good evaluation of quarterback. Ex while the leader in the clubhouse Twain hoskins obviously. Now. What did he do? He threw seven touchdowns and seven picks. They were a horrible team. They were last points per. Game where almost last in passing five point eight yards they were horrible. Now. Hi Allen was acquired by Washington to challenge asking him. He started a few games for Rivera down. Larry knows him well and airline Ah. But. If haskins compete, he should get it but I mean how? Smith. Last time, he played twenty seventeen. It's been a while but. You know I'm rooting for the guy because like I said, his injury was her Harley. Myrtle take a quick break come on back and hundred eight seven eight played Gideon girl..

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"publicis" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"publicis" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"CDC we want our churches in our places of faith and worship we wanted to open a CDC is going to be I believe today they're going to be issuing a very strong recommendation and I'm gonna be talking about that a little while but they're going to be opening up very soon we want our churches open we want our places of faith synagogues we want to open and that's going to start happening I consider them essential and that's one of the things we're saying we're gonna make that essentially you know they have places essential that aren't essential and they open and yet the churches aren't allowed to open and the synagogues and again places of faith Moscow places of faith yeah no doubt about up places of worship being essential I think that was dealt with in something called the first amendment so how upside down injured Publicis world that what should be the last to be shut down our houses of worship in Colorado are the first to be shut down and what should be first to be reopened are among the last to be reopened but again that's Jerd policy is far left world view this secular hard laugh that now controls Colorado so should houses of worship say no we are going to re open and does should they do that this weekend and of course if they do that in a very safe way which of course they would anyway given who they are and to ensure they do that eight five five four zero five eight two five five on the Dan Kaplan show obviously houses of worship virtually all of them are large enough that you could have significantly more than that ten people permitted now by king told us many more than ten people and and have at least twelve feet between each person you know.

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"publicis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"publicis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"More celebrity even her own Publicis has no idea what to do any longer about the strange world in which the permanent a plus plus listing resides we are witnessing in real time what happens to someone when the powers that be decided your time is up in the celebrity melts down instead of going away silently until some lifetime achievement award in a decade or so but McConnell him he's he's gonna show up in another segment misread so even Madonna's own publicist has no idea what to do any longer about the strange world in which Madonna resides we are witnessing in real time what happens to someone when the powers that be decided your time is up in the celebrity melts down instead of going away silently until some lifetime achiever thank you to like she's actually she just needs to take better like Barbra Streisand share model and like find an outlet to communicate and one that's not I almost said a bad word bat poop crazy like her instagrams because your instagrams are not giving me anything other than concerned but like you get to a point in your career where like you're just not going to be the same artist anymore and you have to know that about yourself and find a new space for yourself right like shares done that she is like she is alive and well I mean I feel like the creative outlet for sure right now is Twitter yeah and she's doing it well and she is bat poop crazy yeah in her own way but it's also delightful it's relevant it's connected it's like your mom like being stuck on Twitter and not quite figuring out the technology but like Madonna's like weird just like there's nothing relatable about yeah what she's doing on Instagram when we come back Holly by the way thank you for those delicious blind items we come back I'm a calling to Bradley show we do have to talk about what we believe is a known publication ship and what is a publishing ship probably relationship for publicity we've been trying out a name for this publication ship and I think we settled on cutlery yes will explain to you what that means but what's the cutlery that's we used to call a Kabal loop l'or calve a lot lower have a robot it's a Jay Cutler and Renee Zellweger that's not recent capillaries and Jay Cutler we're going to talk about that after this on my talk one of seven one no matter.

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"publicis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"publicis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Around the world it's in our prayers go to those who are suffering from this virus as well as their families during this most difficult time but befitting a roller coaster week we do have some hopeful news it was reported this week that Gilead sciences it's a biotech company in Silicon Valley they've got a treatment for the virus that they say helps people recover rapidly even from severe symptoms and the university of Oxford says they've got a vaccine that they think will be approved by September they're already manufacturing the drug so it can be distributed as soon as the FDA gives the okay and the White House announced a strategy to begin leading the country go back to business a three phase program that lets people start to go back to normal the stock market began the week off with losses but it like all this news on Friday the market gained a few hundred points the news isn't all good and we mustn't get ahead of ourselves we can't drop our guard just yet or begin any celebrations by any means people are still getting sick people are still dying and it's not gonna change for several months at least economically we're in the great lockdown five million more people filed for unemployment last week that's twenty two million all told in a single month the unemployment rate is now fourteen percent in February it was three point five and the number of people losing their jobs is expected to more than double by mid summer according to the federal reserve publicists the third largest advertising agency in America says the ad industry is in a down turn worse than two thousand nine there C. E. O. says quote this crisis is going to be unprecedented by its magnitude complexity unless everyone's comparing this crisis to knowing that that was not the right reference the rate of decline has been more dramatic than anything we've seen in the past it's impossible to predict how deeply ad spending will plunge the quarters to come are going to be very tough on quote that's the CEO Publicis advertising is indeed often considered one of the first expenses that companies can cut because it's often seen as discretionary spending I'm a trace of everybody's in a locked out of their house and not going out to restaurants is no need for you to be running an ad promoting your restaurant well that makes sense so no wonder that Facebook and Twitter are both saying business has been adversely affected by the slowdown in advertising trucking companies are also announcing cuts in pay reducing hours for workers pulling back on spending moody's has cut the ratings for overland park one of the biggest trucking companies in America saying the company faces a higher risk of default the global airline traffic is going to drop fifty percent this year according to the international air transport association JPMorgan chase the nation's biggest bank the first report earnings since the pandemic began says its profits in the first quarter fell sixty nine percent the bank is set aside nearly seven billion dollars to cover losses it expects to accrue on consumer and business loans I will forego their first quarter profit fell eighty nine percent Ford says it lost six hundred million dollars in the first quarter more than two hundred sixty companies according to the Wall Street journal of taking on new debt a hundred a furloughed workers seventy of stop paying dividends three hundred companies have withdrawn their financial guidance that's the info they give the Wall Street analysts about how well they think they're doing they just withdrawn with a previously said because everything has become so unpredictable everything is radically and rapidly changing so it's no wonder in all this that in a new survey of mutual fund managers ninety three percent of them say they expect a global recession fifty two percent say the economy will look like you we've been telling you that for a long time we don't see this as a V. shaped economy but rather a U. shaped economy and we're still on the left side of the U. but check this out although fifty two percent agree with me and hear all of us here at element financial engines about a U. shaped economy twenty two percent I think we're going to have a W. the company meaning basically the market recovering and then repeating the climb in the market before we ultimately have our recovery yeah they're predicting a double dip economic crisis well while they're projecting an economy that's in recession the International Monetary Fund says we already are in a global recession with a severity unmatched by anything other than the Great Depression they say this is going to surpass the global financial crisis of two thousand eight and they've now given this the name this is the great lockdown the U. S. economy the IMF says is going to shrink six percent twice as much as it did in nine Europe's gonna suffer even more seven and a half percent reduction in their economy and they project according to the IMF the global economy will rebound next year twenty twenty one I can't happen soon enough technical analysts on Wall Street meanwhile are seeing more pain in the short term they use a variety of technical indicators the two hundred day moving average the Bollinger bands Fibonacci retrenchments all kinds of stuff none of the thirteen technical indicators that are used in four different trading models are showing a single positive sign all suggesting further stock market losses Morgan Stanley this week said the economy won't fully reopen for a year they said quote this week while we understand the desire for optimism we caution that the U. S. outbreak is far from over ten fifty seven economists this week are in agreement with that according to the Wall Street journal they agree also with the fed and are projecting fourteen million more jobs will be lost in coming months twenty two million of already sought unemployment benefits and Oxford economics says layoffs are now going to include business services employees including lawyers architects consultants and advertising professionals including one and a half million non essential health care workers along with a hundred thousand in media and telecom people who previously thought they were safe from layoffs apparently not so and then comes along if I haven't given you enough bad news yes Marilyn singleton she's a physician and attorney the immediate past president of the association of American physicians and surgeons she says that forty percent of women are going to be unemployed thirty seven percent of men half of all the parents who have a child under the age of eighteen all of them have either lost a job or income or soon will and she says this isn't just an economic issue she's a physician after all and she says that for every ten percent increase in unemployment mortality increases one percent cardiovascular disease goes up to percent cirrhosis of the liver goes up one point three percent suicides go up one point seven percent arrests go up four percent and reported assaults go up one percent so how you're feeling well based on this I don't know if you know what to feel should you be excited about the news of treatments and vaccines in the nation re opening soon we should be scared and upset over the current status we're still in well if you're like the majority of Americans you're afraid you might die the Harris poll released last week says fifty six percent of Americans fear they could die from the corona virus three weeks ago fifty six percent said that people are over reacting to invest what a change in just three weeks and sixty two percent say that the economic impact will be even worse than the virus itself twenty seven percent of already miss paying a bill nineteen percent can't pay their mortgage or rent forty two percent of lost income already nineteen percent of lost all their income and sixty percent say they can only survive another one to six months on their current savings one percent so they have no savings at all as of now twenty seven percent have accumulated more debt than normal and thirty three percent have cut back on their retirement savings so how are you feeling about this what's your emotional state well you're probably in a funk you're probably quite sure what to think how to feel given this conflicting bad news coupled with the promise of good news well before you reach any form a conclusion I want you to stay tuned because when we come back on the program I have some more good news for you and a way to get you out of your funk so.

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"publicis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"publicis" Discussed on AP News

"Country singer Joe Diffie has died from complications from the corona virus according to Publicis Scott Adkins Debbie was sixty one I margins are a lot of with a look at his career Joe did he said in that song he was not afraid of dying it was the thought of being dead he was one of the mainstays of nineties country with his other hits including home third rock from the sun and pick up man did he said in a two thousand four A. P. interview he chose songs that may not have been timeless but he felt it would hold up I think I've always been really interested in in music not only for the music segment but sonically I like the way things sound as of Sunday morning New York state's coronavirus death toll is nearing one thousand with the state accounting for more than forty percent of covert nineteen deaths in the U. S. new data shows the coronaviruses overwhelming some of New York city's poorest neighborhoods queens accounts for thirty two percent of the city's cases and nearly a quarter of the people who died in the state were nursing home residents we are lucky that it's only one quarter coronavirus in a nursing home is a toxic mix the governor Cuomo says there are some encouraging numbers nobody really points to these numbers but this is good news eight hundred and forty six people came out of hospital that's a hundred and forty six people with corona virus discharge from the hospital on Saturday alone Cuomo also says the state developed a less intrusive coronavirus saliva and nasal swab test which can be self administered in the presence of a health care provider Julie Walker New York country singer and songwriter Jan Howard has died at the age of ninety one according to the grand Ole Opry I'm marquees are a letter with a look at her career I just could never see before loving Jan Howard's greatest successes on the country charts for her songs with bill Anderson including for loving you and if it's all the same to you Anderson writes on social media he wrote a whole bunch of rivers together with Howard and none were ever doll Howard also wrote the song it's all over but the crying for Kitty wells and I never once stopped loving you for Connie Smith from nineteen eighty seven autobiography sunshine and shadow was a best.

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"publicis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"publicis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Book is out and it really is as army once in uses relationship with Hillary Clinton try to kill his expose about the now disgraced movie producer in Roman fairs upcoming book catching kill the journals each other Harvey one stream tried to use his connections tell are you going to get three quarters expose on him killed in two thousand seventeen before pharaoh publishes story The New Yorker which detailed a pattern of winds insulting actresses he said he received an email from Clinton's Publicis Nick Meryl the email said the big story fair was working on was a concern for us referring to Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton one senior donated to each of the Clinton's campaign since she first ran for U. S. Senate in two thousand after his downfall Clinton pledged to give that money to charity in a bid to kill Roman room fares expose on the sexual misconduct allegations against MRV once you report a reach out to his good friend Hillary Clinton the coming but catching kill which Hollywood reporter came a preview copy of the journalists revealed an email he recieved the Clintons from Clinton's publishes published as in two thousand seventeen it came as he was working on is expose in trying to land an interview with Clinton for a different book he was writing on foreign policy in the email fares as Meryl told them that the big story was working on was a great concern to us one scene was also a major Democratic Party donor giving Clinton's more than twenty six thousand contributions sensors Senate run in two thousand I may say that and seem like a lot of money it is because that's maximum donation you can get he also gave a lot of my the Democratic Party and other packs that supported Hillary Clinton and that's where the six figure donations came at five days after the New York times investigation on the movie producers I am his sexual misconduct was published in October seventeen Cornish's statement a crying his behavior I was shocked and appalled by the revelation about Harvey Weinstein the statement read the behavior described by women coming for cannot be tolerated their courage in the support of others critical in helping to stop this kind of behavior she later said on CNN that she would donate the campaign contributions you receive from one scene to charity the stories launch the me to move in one scene was fired for the production company founded and Sean from Hollywood his book at catching kill and a allies spies in a conspiracy to protect predators is coming out October the fifteenth hi and they went on to say that it's very clear that Hillary Clinton statement they're saying is total B. S. because she was actually trying to help protect yourself by protecting Harvey Weinstein having Publicis call basis saying please don't run with this just want to put give that information to you all right let's get back to your phone calls five three five nine seven three two five three five nine seven three to the eight hundred number one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two point one to get to one other issue here that we were talking about earlier I and I think that is that it is an important issue and that is this about this election and it deals with this idea that people that break in this country are not criminals they are in fact victims and they should be treated as a victim ideas of your queue up that ice age and again we're on fox because this is now the front runner the Democratic Party Elizabeth Warren in in her sales pitches look you don't know what it's like to be an illegal immigrant coming.

"publicis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"publicis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Became a television game show regular in nineteen seventies army veteran who served in the Korean War Taylor showbiz career took off with spots on the ed Sullivan show and that's where he was known as the Krajina comedian back then it went on to make over two thousand guest appearances on TV shows like Hollywood squares in the gong show Publicis Harlem ball says Taylor died today in Beverly hills Taylor is survived by his long time partner Robert Fortney he was eighty four five people have been hurt in explosions at Oktoberfest celebration in Huntington beach fire department battalion chief Jeff Lopez says tool of those hurt last night were firefighters what happened after that first explosion in in everybody gets knocked down is as they get up and try to figure out what happened and and find one another even and figure out what's happening they realize that the person who guided them there they don't see that person he says when firefighters went to look for the employee of the Old World village restaurant a second explosion happened Lopez says it appears that an electrical fault exploded near the Old World village Oktoberfest celebration second whistle blowers come forward with information about president trump's dealings with Ukraine is second let's person now adds to the impeachment in Korean questions regarding trumps conduct during the phone call with Ukraine's president in July the attorney who represents both whistle blowers says a second person has spoken to the intelligence committee's internal watchdog and can corroborate information in the original whistle blower complaint by president Penn says he's angry at house Democrats for launching the impeachment inquiry do nothing Democrats do nothing Democrats launched a partisan impeachment inquiry in a blatant attempt to overturn the will of the American people in the last election but I think you all see through and spoke at a Republican unity rally in Louisiana yesterday at the White House received a letter from house Democrats demanding documents related to the president's dealings with Ukraine Washington post reporter top pens adviser was on the call between trump in Ukraine's new leader four people have been shot and killed a bar in Kansas city Kansas police said the V. shooters walked into the tequila Casey bart around one thirty in the morning shop nine people to shooters got away and cops say they think the shooting happened after an argument earlier in the evening.

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"publicis" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"publicis" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"At seven eleven tweets I thought Jerry rice was going to go all Alonzo mourning on that with the rice a Roni. big difference big difference all right so for those of you who don't understand the Alonzo mourning reference way back in the day we had interview booked with Alonzo mourning if you listen sports talk radio you know a lot of these interviews are conditionally based right they come with a condition they come with a patch Jerry rice case in point and it's common unspoken thing it's understood amongst the host and the guest there when there's a conditional patch in this case rice a Roni. date I will introduce Jerry rice and I'll mention the patch and then at some point during the interview I will get to the pitch I think a lot of the gas and some of them are really into it and some of them really aren't that into it is what their paycheck they keep moving Jerry rice is a pro and I would imagine the way some these guys react when they come out of the top of the interview and they mention the pitch it's because they're told to do so or they're afraid that the guest or I should say the host is not gonna mention it you know anything about me in the show I always get to the pitch I'm good like that. memo to every athlete who has anything to patch. you will get your pitch in and I would do a better job of setting you up for that pitch than anybody ever will and he was a secret if you do a really good engaged interview I might even ask you a second question about your rice or your soul or your avocado whatever it is you have. I'm good like that we can help each other here. so going back Alonzo mourning Alonzo mourning way back in the day was booked to come on the show. and yet he had not been on the show for a long time and I knew that he was not a big fan of mine but again they're people that I've had an issue with that we fix I come about fixing things not breaking things not thought to myself this can be a good opportunity he's got a really good cause kidney disease. he's got a fascinating career Alonzo mourning I'm gonna fix this let's book it so I research the hell out of that I put my **** off I'm fired up really eager to do it in any comes on and I introduced and I try to talk basketball with him in in in a really hostile way says on all on a we're not doing that I'm here to talk about kidney disease. and you know that was I was a bit younger back then L. more impulsive and I started kind of rise up on Mike now you know what it is good because I'm ski do the interview and we'll let that go he had no interest in playing the game he is wanted talk kidney disease so we did and that was that and we never spoken since. Jerry rice was not gonna do that he didn't hijacked the interview he's got to put it out there not give an example of a guy who did hijacked the interview once and all the many thing by it but Barry Sanders did this to me Superbowl Detroit berry in studio TV show pitching in promoting one of the credit card companies now my man RIP get right from the for you right from the jump and went right into his whole patch and it was a long and it was rambling and it was disconcerting so. my message and Jerry rice did not do that he did the whole interview so by the end of the interview I was eager to talk to him about rice and even when you change my name to rice or pasta or rice a Roni as some of you have said. so memo to flax memo to Publicis memo to athletes memo to retired athletes if you end up on the wrong show with a conditional pitch I get it I will take care of you if you take care of the interview and even if you don't I'll probably give you the quest it will give you the question I always do I'm good like that but no that was not an Alonzo mourning situation in order I think it would. rice not history now we go way back like this guy dear Jim did you stock up on lotion in preparation for the Jerry rice interview John west LA war rich learning to blank S. O. S. in Morse code in case he is taken as a P. O. W.. you know the famous lotion story one day when I was hosting Jim Rome is burning on ESPN. Jerry rice was in studio any out sandals. now before the interview securely hold off for a minute I need you something any lotion these feet. but the guy I mean he's Jerry rice you put twenty years the NFL he's arguably the greatest football player ever. he knows what the hell he's doing if he's lotion thing is feet there's a good reason for it. I wish I could remember the guy who told it to me kind of give anything remember this when I first started in TV. I was twenty nine or thirty. young. and I remember an athlete saying to me. I mean before one on the on air he said you moisturize right I said I'm sorry. he said Rome you moisturize right. I said what you're talking about is like what what am I talking about what are you talking about dude do you moisturize said normal normal moisturize what a moisturizer this guy was incredulous I wanted I was so anybody out because I can't remember who it was and I remember I've got it down like three or four guys who could have been now my speculate but it blew me away do I moisturize no brawl I don't. I do now though and I wish I wish I wish I'd started when he said so. they're always the guys way back in the day this is way back in the day now understand there was no there was no internet there was nothing digital there was no social media every once in a while at that this guy was one of the same guys they would get make up for the show ended where it out they would take it off and they go clubbing a guarantee due to moisturize did not take his make up off and went to the club. he Jim wow heard you got rice today I'm in my car. your is Beijing beaks in Saudi sauce city. Brett from bug a hot war writ sending a package skittles to ever makes each shows first beaks reference. great ain't giving up his schedule stash. or he snickers stash. at his cold dead of old hands. you have to give rid.

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"publicis" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"publicis" Discussed on AP News

"Com. Listening to the AP digital news network after an outbreak in North Korea of the highly contagious, African swine fever, South Korea's the north. Ignoring its calls for joint efforts to stem the spread South Korea's agricultural ministries has blood tests of pigs from a few hundred farms near the inter-korean border conducted through Tuesday came back negative hundreds of fences and traps have been installed around the farms to prevent their pigs from contacting wild boars that Rome in and out of North Korea. Seoul says the north hasn't responded to proposals for joint quarantine efforts. A college student in New Jersey's reconsidering getting that summer job AP's met small reports his decision came after checking his recently purchased a lottery ticket Christopher. Chrysanthou Publicis, dad recently invited him to launch to talk to him about needing a job for the summer during the core ride. He decided to check the tickets. He bought for the may twenty eighth mega millions drawing. And that's when he turned with father and said dad, I've got five numbers, but the New Jersey twenty year olds father thought, maybe this was a prank. So they stopped at the nearest lottery retailer to validate the ticket, which was worth a million dollars. The writer university students says he like to take his family on vacation, and then put the rest of those winnings into savings as for the summer job. Well that appears to be a work in progress. I met small. Optimism, even as there is no deal yet. Vent, President Trump's threatened tariffs. I'm Tim Maguire of the AP news minute, vice President Mike Pence, secretary of state. Mike Pompeo now the Trump administration officials wrapped up their first meeting with Mexico's foreign secretary Marcela. Brad head of President Trump's threatened terrace. It brought tells reporters at the Mexican embassy in Washington. He's confident an agreement can be reached as talks continue somewhere. We are going to the tux. So does hope Trump is demanding Mexico. Do more about her tailing the influx of migrants at the border last month. Some one hundred thirty three thousand people crossed the border into the US many them families from Central America centers for disease control and prevention says this year's measles, outbreak has topped one thousand cases, the highest in twenty seven years, ten years ago. There are fewer than one hundred cases a year outbreak has been concentrated in communities, where parents refused. Vaccinate their children. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news back in a moment. Now. No. Napa auto.

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"publicis" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:42 min | 3 years ago

"publicis" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"To you about Katrina. The shooting saying that the booming and perhaps making up for some of the losses in the European North American market, but they shed this morning opening up around one point eight percent. So I think most of the attention is coming into these comments. They say out to the APS within two years, which is very positive full Publicis and looking into the industry groups on the stock six hundred banks up top in terms of the outperformance closely followed by media, I'm publicity's part of that. But also the Vendee so a couple of things to talk about here, we've got the cool to the sales gain. But also there's an annual meeting today where that's going to be some focus on activist investors. Yes. So this one of the companies has been big folks activism, but I think what the big thing from the reports that you mentioned if that the Universal Music Group is doing really really well. And the revenue be full the company full of Vendee was driven by that that department and they're looking to sell off of that unit at least and that could be expected to around ten billion dollars. A big would be big sell for them. So that could be key folks of the meeting state whether that will help them to possibly attract better bits full the unit the Stokes risen about twenty five cents since the they announced they were reviewing the oceans invasive music group, and I'm seeing the Hsieh's up around zero point six percents when it's not a huge gain. But again, they'll be able to focus in that meeting later as you said with the activists pressure. Yeah, let's finally talk about Daimler. What's the story there? If it's another negative emission cheating story fulltime and saying in a newspaper reports that there was a software in one of the Mercedes diesel models that the company allegedly removed and as investigations going on Donna has denied this. But we think some negative pressure chefs moaning down around huff percentage point continues the theme of emission teachings within industry. But again, the companies came to deny this report. So we'll wait and see. For the evidence comes out from that story. Thank you so much for joining us in the studio Joe eastern on Bloomberg stocks reporter with all stocks to watch. Now, let's turn to top stories starting with the US president saying the stock market would be five thousand to ten thousand points higher. If it weren't for the actions of the Federal Reserve, this is Donald Trump's latest attack on the central Bank. It comes as his two recent picks full the fed have come unto Phya. Several Republicans have now indicated full MMA pizza, executive Herman Cain may not be able to win confirmation in the Senate. And meanwhile, ahead of those comments from Trump European Central Bank president Mario Draghi took the rest at of weighing in on the hot debate over whether the president is undermining the independence of the Federal Reserve speaking to reporters at the IMF meetings in Washington druggy said on Saturday. He was quote, certainly worried about central Bank independence on especially in the most important jurisdiction in the world. Toning to trade today marks the start of Japan's first round of bilateral trade talks with President Trump's administration. Putting Isabel Reynolds has the story. From Tokyo, economy minister, Toshimitsu techie and US trade Representative lighthizer likely to discuss the scope of the Tokes at them meeting in Washington on Monday and Tuesday access to Japan's market is likely to be on the agenda, but it remains to be seen whether the US will seek to cook. Japanese auto imports in Tokyo Isabella notes, Bloomberg daybreak Europe, just to note that by the way, we've already seen Japan actually outperforming in today's equity market session in Asia with the Nikkei closing high by one point four percent. The topics up by one point four percent. Generally, we've seen some risk in these Asian markets a little bit of weakness coming through in some of these Chinese stocks now, but we did see quite a positive reaction generally to China data that we had on Friday Asian equities picky up that battle on from what we saw in Friday's trading in European and. US equities. Now. Meanwhile, according to Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin, the US is open to facing quote repercussions. If it doesn't live up to its site of a trade deal with China. This is the latest sign that the two sides edging closer to an accord to end the trade will Mnuchin says the US and China discussing whether to hold more in-person meetings to finalize the agreement and embrace it news, both Theresa May's government Ambyo position labor policy agree on at least one thing that talks represent the best chance of ending months of deadlock beds, while putting reports over the weekend spokesman for both sides said the discussions, which resume this week could deliver away out of what Labor's unday McDonald cold this long and awful process. David Livingston may deputy said the government believed to be possible to get the benefits of customs union, which later ones, but still have an independent trade policy. A key conservative damone, but full Matori lead in Duncan. Smith was unimpressed. He called him a to get Britain out of the at once and then quit in London. Robert Hutton, Bloomberg daybreak. Year cable trading up two tenths of a percent in today's session. So high slightly for a second day one thirty eighty seven now in corporate news this morning. The apple versus Qualcomm five week trial kicks off today in San Diego, California as Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow reports, the verdict could have big implications for the smartphone, giant and chipmaker. The jury has two issues to consider Qualcomm charges apple three percents royalties on the net price of every iphone sold in Britain. Apple gets access to crucial technology. The question is whether Qualcomm is abusing its dominant. Mulkey physician with Dimond, apple ended supplies have also been withholding payments to the chipmaker since two thousand seventeen. So the jury needs to decide whether apple os, Qualcomm, billions in damages for the missed payments. Apple's CEO Tim cook is expected to testify and talk Apple's business and his other technology partnerships. Qualcomm, see Steve Mullen Mollenkopf is also g to pay in San Francisco. Ed Ludlow, Bloomberg daybreak. Break europe. Those all your top stories now for the latest in global news. Here's Leon guarantee. Good morning, Nara. Look set to get a more or leaning government off to the social Democratic Party emerged as the windiest today in the tightest election in memory, boom, bugs eleo colas says voters rejecting years of steady deposited faces tough. And lengthy lengthy tools together a cabinet after the ultra nationalist Finns party emerged as the second. Biggest beating these conservative national coalition for the first time various coalitions on now possible in Helsinki. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. French president Emmanuel Macron will address the nation later attempts to Stanley full discontent Innovest protesters once again took to the streets over the weekend to vent frustration scrape the squeezy hunts smolt personal crawls on national TV PM till I would measures hill and acts following a national debate organized to allow the French to vent their grievances. You should see some tax cuts maybe an increase in pensions as well. As efforts to improve services and small town, France the question, of course, is whether it will be enough to satisfy the anger the yellow vests revealed in Paris, Gregory Suzy, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The US is ready to apply new sanctions on Venezuela's leadership. Not according to secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, who is calling nNcholas majority. Relinquish power. We've made clear that all options are on the table. And you watch you watch the political and diplomatic noose tightened around Medeiros debt. We will begin to.

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90210 and Riverdale actor Luke Perry dies days after suffering stroke

John and Ken

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

90210 and Riverdale actor Luke Perry dies days after suffering stroke

"Hour newsroom. Former teen idol Luke Perry has passed away the actor became famous in the nineties playing Dylan McKay on Beverly Hills nine oh, two one. Oh, he was on the TV show. Riverdale Perry also appeared in movies such as the fifth element and eight seconds, yet, a massive stroke last week at his home in Sherman oaks and had been at a hospital in Burbank ever since Peres Publicis, the actors, friends fiancee and family, including his two kids were with him when he died

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"publicis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"publicis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"What oh nine point seven nine pollen. Lisa. Thank you so much. Karen, Publicis Groupe is setting off alarm bells Madison Avenue adding industries earning season gets underway. The French owner of saatchi-and-saatchi and Leo Burnett worldwide suffered a surprise drop in fourth quarter sales blaming cuts and ad spending. By consumer brands in the US Delta's dig down and see what is going on in the world of advertising, we bring on Matthew blocks, and Matthew is a senior analyst covering all things media for Bloomberg intelligence in London. He joins us from our London studio. Matthew, thank you so much for joining us humor right there on the front lines with the Publicis earnings yesterday. The stock was down fifteen percents on the news. What happened? Yeah. It was pretty Bruce. Who wasn't that? I think is kind of what you mentioned that. You know, they saw almost percentage points slowdown in growth in q four. And as you said, you know, a lot of that pressure is coming from the US market from these kind of consumer goods companies in particular where they have huge exposure there about twenty five percent of their revenues come from that particular group of customers. Those customers have been probably the most aggressive reconfiguring how they engage with the ad agencies. Cussing back aggressively on spend shifting stuff to people like Google and Facebook direct. Even bringing the actively in house and just shows you cow. Short term revenue. These is use his bring it is. There's not much contracted revenue. So you're getting these huge swings courtroom quarter as the industry goes through this really quite seismic shift in how it operates. Matthew. Can you give us a sense of just how much of the advertising staff has been pulled in house at Amazon and Facebook vs still contract it out? This much. Great data, not right now to be honest, but it certainly a growing trend and the ad agencies. Are pushing back on on the way to that impact. But all of the anecdotes that it's happening more and more. I know a lot of personal friends who work in digital props worked for agency. Now, find them working for kind of a big client. If we look at what WPP announced back in December when they had a big stress. She update their response to in housing was a big part of the stress she that they laid out. So the they're trying to respond to it. So it might be quite small now. But it's growing and on the margin is having quite a big impact. So Matthew, I think a lot of people think about Madison Avenue and global ad spending. They think of mad men, Don, Draper, and all the cool creative stuff that people are doing. But the reality is today. It's a lot different in the digital advertising. World you've got Google and Facebook and Amazon and so the question I have for you is what is the future of the global ad agency. Yes. A great question. And I think it's hard to kind of imagine what it's going to be like, but for sure it doesn't look like they look now, I think you have these kind of big groups that cover that creative. And that you just mentioned I think that still going to be really important, but the the craft of being creative addict is changing you you have to come up with these kind of bite sized chunks of creative that you can deliver programmatic over the internet thousands millions of mice to kind of second to different people. See the other end you've got media buying and media planning, which historically has been a huge part of the business accounts for maybe a third of profits. Some of these kind of big Holden groups, and that's been a big air..

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"publicis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"publicis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Serving the consumers the capitalists lose their funds as soon as they failed to invest them in those lines in which they satisfy best the demands of the public in a daily repeated Publicis site in which every penny gives a right to vote to consumers they determine who should own and run the plants shops and farms, and then Andy Duncan continues in his response to to me says when capitalism came in a lot of people hated this new way of doing things particularly those who had futile. Privileges Gill privileges. And so on. Competition can make life painful ask anyone who's lost a price lover to someone else. It hurts. And so a multi century war began between those who once had landed privileges gifted upon them and the capitalists who used free markets to strip away those privileges after the feudal age capitalism produced such plenty, and such wealth that many also began to take it for granted, we see this, of course, today with gentrified, socialists, toting, iphones and business class flight tickets to Bali they lacked any idea as to where all this wealth came from. It's just there when they wake up in the morning, and if they do think about it at all they think it's just part of nature. However nature actually used to exist for all of us as dire poverty with most of us. Scrambling around with sticks trying to scare way big predators. From the remains of hunted. Carcasses vultures used to come before us in nature's pecking order in this new post feudal world people now had to survive on their wits and their merit. But most of all on there. Our ability to happily satisfied, the needs of others. And when you come up short on such abilities or wish to engage in leisure pursuits rather than serving the needs of others. Then you'll go without and whose fault is this is it you the worthy and perennial congress who wishes to dedicate your important life to studying Proust. Or is it the fault of the evil capitalists? And that again is Andy Duncan writing at the music institute. And I'll just add this couple of things actually. We often talk about this Takata me of the culture here on the program and a framed in a couple of different ways, I've talked about the culture of gratitude versus the culture of grievance that you either live your life in such a way and have a worldview value system that tends to put you in an attitude of gratitude where you're grateful for the things that you have your grateful for the relationships in your life, your grateful for the opportunity to do things you're grateful for what you've been able to earn. And what God has blessed you with and what you've been able to achieve or you have a world view, and a value system that tend to lead you in the down the path of grievance where you always feel as though you're there somebody has has one over on you that you're being oppressed that you deserve something that you're not kidding. And at somebody else's fault. And this is a generally speaking a way in which we can characterize the. The cultural right from the cultural left another way, I've characterized it is that there are two different approaches to pursuing happiness or to thinking about happiness before you decide how to pursue it, you either think that happiness is something that is internally generated something that's a product of your own self something that you are responsible for and that you define that you pursue. Or you think that happiness is something that happens when the world around you is the way it ought to be. And if you if you think that ladder way, if you think that your happiness is dependent upon the world around you being a certain way, then it becomes the responsibility of everybody else because the responsibility of society to ensure that the world is the way you need it to be longer for you to be happy. I think this description that MRs provides and the Andy Dunkin app muses institute expounds upon of capitalism and just the basic description of what it enables of people being able to to discern. Learn what the needs of the society around them is. And then applying their mind in their judgment and their effort towards the production of values that other people are willing to trade with them in order to obtain and thus generates wealth. This is a merit based system liberty in Abel's merit based reward and the problem with merit based reward for a person who has for a person who does not approach life as an adult with for a person who has a childish mentality. Think about how children view their world, children only know what that's all. They know they know that they want and when they get they know that they like, and that's pretty much the entire spectrum of their emotional response. They know they want, and they know they like when they get and they also know that they're angry when they don't, and that's the the progress that one makes from childhood from immaturity to adulthood and much already is defined. Along the spectrum of starting in that space that immature childish reaction and childish emotional spectrum to to getting to the point where you take responsibility for your own happiness. And you wreck you recognize reality for what it is. And you make your judgments based upon what is real. Capitalism. Slaps you in the face with reality. That is why people hate it capitalism. Capitalism in Abel's you to achieve whatever you're capable of achieving. It also will not reward you without merit. And so people who are not producing people who are not generating the value that they either want to generate or that they think they are generating are going to feel aggrieved when they don't get the things they want. They don't get the attention. They don't get the wealth. They don't get the recognition as so something has to be it can't be them. It can't be that. They're not actual that. They don't actually have the best idea or that. They're not actually producing the highest value with the lowest cost it has to be the system. And this is the root of why the argument against capitalism has been so effective. It appeals to people's childish vanity. We'll take your calls and found. Laurie continue six five one nine eight nine five eight five five closing argument. My name's Walter Hudson. Twin cities news talk dot com..

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"publicis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"publicis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Like being in the hubbub of things. I mean, we would if we had an income early. We would have seen the teenage girl and her friends who had we g g we'd love you. Alan Alda and Julia got her on camera and she told us about her. She's always watch mashed with their family, and she goes Hawkeye forever. And I just wanted him to know he is young fans who really appreciate because he gets the lifetime achievement award. And he we heard you know, he he. A couple of years ago announced that he has Parkinson's and Tom Hanks presented him lasted the segue words, which if you're gonna watch award show. This is the best one it's quick. It's two hours. You hear the people nominated? They get their word, and that's it. It's just really fun. It's a fun. It's a get fatigued by the Oscars because of everything that this would to me it would be like the show if I were. I would just be having red carpet shows, right and left. I mean because you've got it's all TV and movie people. I don't know. I don't know. But anyway, Allen wasn't feeling well enough to come back to the pressroom that we didn't get a chance to the only other. We'd never we didn't meet Debbie Reynolds either because she was not doing. So we did backstage we were right with Debbie Reynolds. And her daughter Carrie Fisher, we just sat alone. Yeah. When like when Romney Malik came back and the way they have the pressroom laid out with the photography Bank. They're all yelling. And then they have all the indivi- like entertainment tonight access Hollywood, and blah, blah. There's just this narrow little shoe where people are coming in. Well, the bigger the cast the bigger the star, the bigger the entourage. That's with him Publicis, whoever might have been sitting in Rami was towards the end. Did you pick him, by the way Donnie winner? Anyway, he comes in. And and and I just we had Julian I'd gone down worth room. We were like I wanted to go to undergo so terrible. And I'm like. And I'm like, I don't care, but I cared out. And we see him. Enjoy is like that's his mom. And then we see how are you? You preferred yourself as I'm sorry. Well anyway in sorry. I was just like all right fine. Let's go back in there. We sat. In the second row. And we're sitting loose sitting next was Ma all right, and you speak tour at the end, and it was so cool because Romney Malik told the. It was Jeannie wolf as she said as I'd like to hear more about your early days in Hollywood being a pizza delivery guy. And so he told the story you want me to play it. Yeah. I do Danny. We're going to try to my phone. Okay. Okay. Ready set? Go, okay. Oh, that's isn't that good. Also, what he.

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Eli Lilly to take animal health unit public

Bloomberg Surveillance

04:38 min | 3 years ago

Eli Lilly to take animal health unit public

"Good morning everyone Pimm FOX, and Tom keep from our studios. In your John, Farrow down, in Washington ninety. Nine point one FM he's gone off to his other franchises Pinhas other properties is they say His, other property, doing TV show right now is a good thing. Talking about Turkish lira crushed Turkish near a four point eight nine week. Or Turkish lira they didn't raise rates renmimbi a little bit weaker swell lifted the market futures up. Ten pin what are you. Focused, on well since you mentioned Turkey I was, interested in, the. Exit of mess at Osceola from the German national team football soccer team very good soccer. Football equals the same. Thing in some places he said that. He quit over racism and disrespect Yeah, he said that when. He wins he's considered German when, he loses yeah, he's considered an immigrant and this all had to. Do with a picture in which he was standing next to the president of Turkey used to air to one in the news today again Turkey with the new regime the new financial regime Turkey saying no we're not, going to raise rates and police, a market so the lira. Weakening out as well we've lots to talk about. This morning right now were their equity. Report we value David Wilson David elite with alphabet you got something better alphabet is as I mean the shares are up four, and a half percent remember. They have two classes of stock in the s. and p. five hundred and indeed the owner. Of Google reported second quarter? Earnings, revenue that beat the, average analyst estimates in a Bloomberg survey in bear in mind they came up with the profit figure, that omitted, the record five billion dollar fine imposed by the. European Union even after that penalty alphabet made money In the quarter they have Verizon of two percent the mobile phone companies profit and sales last quarter surpassed the highest estimates, subscriber growth also be projections, and Verizon raised its revenue forecast, for, the year and we should note AT and t.'s results, are due out after the close of. Course they're the biggest US competitor of Verizon and that stock up about. Three quarters of a, percent at the moment. Verizon one of three companies are, the Dow Jones, industrial average to report the others United Technologies we. Know them for jet engines elevators other products there little changed in early trading and three m dowana half percent even though they're second quarter results were just ahead of estimates then you see the effects of higher commodity, prices on a couple of companies, one of them whirlpool down. Ten percents in early trading the appliance makers second. Quarter results missed projections and Kimberly Clark Tissues diapers. Other consumer products down two and. A half percent they, cut their profit forecasts for, this year to reflect commodity costs as well as currency moves Lockheed Martin by contrast up two and, a half percent the defense contractors second quarter earnings and sales beat estimates and. They're a, full year profit forecast top the highest projections so they're doing well then you turn to pharmaceuticals. Biogen up seven, and, a half percent he drugmaker beat second quarter profit and revenue forecast and raised, its full-year. Estimates ally Willie's up three and, a. Half percent they're spinning off their animal health unit at Lonzo either side to, do it after a months-long study lily second quarter results beat. Estimates as well then you had a take under you might say the banking. Business right Sino-US finance based in Georgia they agreed to, buy Florida's FCB. Financial holdings were two point, nine billion dollars Stock both companies shares taking a head sign of us down seven. And a half percent and FCB lower by, eight and a half percent Quest Diagnostics time about. Stocks are down lower by five percent revenue at the clinical testing company trail the average estimate. By the most more than five years earnings also miss. Projections on a couple of, notable gays to finish this off Tom public group up seven percent the advertising company raises. Full-year revenue forecast after. Second quarter sales topped estimates and we've seen disappointments in that business. From Omni com as well as Francis Publicis Groupe so a real contrast there and Harley Davidson you may recall President Trump. Calling them because of their plans to move production stocks up four percent in early trading earnings for, the second quarter unexpectedly rose revenue topped with. That said they did cut their profit margin forecast, for this year, to? Reflect the tariff imposed by..

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With hugs, leaders of Ethiopia, Eritrea restore relations

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

01:14 min | 3 years ago

With hugs, leaders of Ethiopia, Eritrea restore relations

"British prime minister is claiming victory in her bid unite her fractious cabinet behind her latest brexit policy off the guessing i cabinets packing on her brexit policy in a twelve hour meeting britain's prime minister theresa may has told other concepts party members that she will no longer publicis ism of government policy in widely broadcast comments may said the cabinet endorsed plans for future free trade deal with the european union that would keep some close ties to the block even as it ends freedom of movement between britain and the the proposal would allow feed movement of goods but not of services karen sabah's london espousing love between their two countries the leaders of longtime adversaries ethiopia eritrea agreed sunday to restore diplomatic relations after nearly twenty years and to open the border between their neighbouring horn of africa countries ep ob as reformist new prime minister arrived in the tree is capital and was welcomed with hugs and laughter more on these stories at townhall dot com bloombergradio wrought to you by the outlet online huge savings on the things you needed one lowmargin internet services claire such as apple we're actually a new species we.

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