17 Burst results for "Quantitaive"

"quantitaive" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"quantitaive" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And if I it's not what I tend to what I mean by that is that if you're going to broaden your definition of best and your including some of the protocol things that we talk about the the conference championships, you know, giving some credence to that. If a team is not. Unequivocally better. My eye tells me as watch the game I think George would win game. But we told you what to play Oklahoma better to a team last year. And they they dominated game in second half in my judgment, but they still took overtime debt to beat Oklahoma. I don't think Georgia did anything that made them reach that standard of unequivocally better. And because of that, then you I think it's better for the what I meant was thin goes back to some of the protocol the committee has established that I is better for the sport than purely saying, well, even so I think that they would win the game. Therefore, I'm leaving dad is my soul criteria for putting a team in the playoffs. We understood your reasonable take care of Dan. I do think Georgia though has a legit beef here. I like Reese you're sitting here saying, hey, if they played Notre Dame if they played Oklahoma. I would choose Georgia. That's because you think Georgia's better that's because Georgia is better. And this should be the best four teams in Georgia is certainly one of those four. Teams. I mean, they are. Understand what you're saying. And by that measure. Yes. But is it part of best? Also, what you accomplished and the best thing on your resume is a is a heartbreaking loss to Alabama in the fact that you played up the schedule yet in your second. Toughest game. You also. Off. That's not enough to make you unequivocally better. It's unfortunate and one of the things I think that sometimes some people who are really deepen the week as we are with college football. They have a pro mentality to it. There's a difference in having a thirty thirty two team Lee in other sports and having a hundred thirty and the schedules are never going to be the same there cyclical, and you know, George, and so part of it has to be if you're dealt a hand that is more difficult than the others. How did you navigate that hand? It is Pat I mean, I'm not disagreeing with it was patently unfair to vote Alabama and Georgia that they had to play other end this championship game that is raised to the level of quantitaive quarter-final while the other championship contenders were just trying to avoid getting caught in a stair net and snapped up into tree, you know, by playing Pittsburgh or northwestern, you know, or. Or even do better team in those teams or even Texas catches wasn't a contender. The only two that had to play a contender prior to that in that format in that setting. We're Alabama Georgia. Now, you could also make the argument that Ohio State Michigan did the same thing in the regular seat in the week before and that would be that would be a fair point. But that that's all on say. And you know, so I think the definition has to be broader certainly wasn't equal Han that Georgia was dealt but part of that is dealing with the hand defectively, and it would also be helpful not to fake punt on fourth and eleven when you have a good chance to win the game. Otherwise. Get rid of the committee. He's great. And some put that on the poll gamma, would you be okay with eliminating the committee and just having respect. Thank being favorite. I'd be good. Thank you. Appreciate it. Voices. Great, you're beautiful donlevatar Yanni out of a boo. Boo. Stu gods? Jaanus out of a boom. Both these live with our show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. Chris Mortensen going to join us at eleven thirty eastern if that's okay with skeptical. Dear MO who in the middle of the last conversation with Reese Davis that was making us all delighted, and we were praising his work on television, reacting to a Lou Holtz sneeze skeptical gear mo- made an appearance, and I always want to go wherever skeptical Gammel is because in that place paddle borders who crossed the Atlantic. Get trampled. Bob, ryan. I thought I really thought Guillermo that you are here for nothing the way you are for Bob Ryan or Tim Kirk in or Reese Davis being made insane. By one of your opinions..

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"quantitaive" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

14:17 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"You know, there's a saying only to leave Proctor and gamble once make good. This looked like an incredible opportunity. You've got this mazing brand and what looked like a really inconsistent performing company and the opportunity to make the company. Great again, which is my line. The other guys stole it may make the company great again and and make Levi's the brand the brand that was when I was growing up where you know JC or brand president likes to say, if you were at Woodstock, if you weren't naked, you were wear Levi's. Right. And and it was the aspirin brand when I was a kid growing up, everybody had to have a paralegal is so tell me, you know, it's I can understand the appeal of that opportunity icon brand huge business, but. Declining and inconsistent, and a huge opportunity to change it and turn it around, but obviously also a gargantuan task. So when you're when you're a new CEO, where do you start. Well, not only gore Ganj when task add to that, just about everybody coming out of packaged goods into apparel, retail have failed. So I knew that the odds were tall, but I also felt one of the things that was missing was just leadership. So going back to my days in the military, I started where I always start with a lot of humility and talking to a lot of people. And I started by, I sent six questions to the top sixty people in the company, and I went on a listening tour. I said, I send it in a headed time, and then I sat down with the top sixty people for an hour, and the questions were pretty simple and can remember all six of them Royal top of my head. But what are the three things that you think we must change? What are the three things that we have to keep? What's the one thing you hope I will do? What's the one thing you're most worried I might do and then what? What's what's. One thing you're most afraid of and there was a six one which I can't remember, but and what was Beijing was after about fifteen or twenty of those interviews, a picture became pretty clear to me of where some of the opportunities work. It was clear what needed to stay the values of the company going back to that was one of the things that attracted me as well as a company that's been round hundred sixty five years alleys that run pretty deep. The values are important. The brands are really important, but it was also obvious we didn't have a strategy. Everybody was doing their own thing. We had a certain amount of era dance or advertising time was very, very dark. The Goforth campaign was very dark campaign. We were missing that emotional connection to the consumer and. And so that's started with listening toward the other thing that I did being quantitaive quantitatively trained ex Proctor guy that I am. I asked the finance organization to just start breaking down the business and racking and stacking where we make money, where do we lose money would scrolling what's declining? What what markets do? We have big shares in where we underdeveloped, where we have small shares, where do we have opportunities in terms of different segments of our business? Yes, we make blue jeans, but what else? What other categories are Rian? What are shares, what kind of opportunities. And as we did that, the picture became very, very clear what we needed to do strategically to get the business back on track, and we're very public with our strategies, but we launched the the the strategies that we've been executing against the last seven years. We watched six months, nine months into my start at the company, and there are basically four pieces to it. Grower profitable core expand for more become a leading world class on new channel retailer, and then achieve operational productivity gains which code language for save some money. So we can reinvest back into where brands and I can talk more about each one of those. But that's largely what we've been executing against. And you know, we've delivered now five years in a row of top and bottom line growth, executing the impact of currencies. And we've now hit an inflection point with the growth rates exceleron pretty dramatically. Last year we were up eight percent reported revenues. The first quarter of this year we were twenty two percent and reported revenues off of growth the prior year. So we have hit an inflection point. Believe is brand is clearly back. We're having a moment and it's a moment that I think we can sustain for a number of years. So it you make it sound so easy, right? Talk to sixty people a clear picture emerges develop before. Point strategy, execute flawlessly, get the growth back, you know, get hit an inflection point and wallah. One other thing too didn't match, which was got a great team in place. Okay. And you know, I knew coming into probably a couple of people would probably opt out, and then I would probably need to move on a couple of others had eleven direct reports. When I joined the company. Nine of them. We're going in the first eighteen months. Wow. And so basically changed the entire executive team. There's one person left from the original executive team. He was running supply chain at the time, and he's now running Asia force. Everybody else we've brought in from the outside. And was that a necessary part of the overhaul? Yes, absolutely. One of the things we also have to do is change the culture, which is the hardest thing to do, but do strategy in place. You can start executing better, but changing the culture to change the culture. You gotta change. The people got to change the leaders and and there were just the number of senior executives. You know, direct reports to me who just couldn't get on board with the new program and and it was going to be heavy lift. We had to do. We had to restructuring program which we did two thousand thirteen restructuring, meaning layoffs and layoffs we laid off about twenty percent of the management workforce. We needed to do that to get our cost structure right. So that we could free up cash to invest back and growing the brand and paying down the debt. The balance sheet was mess. When I when I joined the company, we had one point, nine billion dollars or leverage ratio was four to one so refinance a bunch of debt. And we paid off on those one point. Nine billion dollars. We're now down to a billion dollars in debt are leverage ratio is one point six to one now or lot more profitable margins or higher generating a lot of cash, and we're, you know, the financial sheet which was a deficit for us is now a straight can, but it does sound easy, right? It does, and I know I know it's not. But. As you look ahead, right? You've had this like seven year success story, and it's a pretty remarkable turnaround. So congratulations, but there must be things that keep you up at night that you worry about, especially in this business landscape when if feels like everything's constantly shifting whether it's like politics or technology or new rising global markets like apart from just shifting and restructuring the business, he also have to operate in this environment of great change and uncertainty. How do you do that? Will I think number one go to stay focused on the consumer. But you know the consumers changing so fast that if were disconnected from the consumer, we're going to be way far behind and that is probably job. Number one, I see my old business, the grooming business Gillette business. They got those disrupted by dollar shave and you know, young consumer that happened two years after the dollar shave launched in two thousand thirteen. About two years after I'd left, we'd been working on a subscription program because guys don't like to shop number one. And number two, the blades are getting so expensive. They have to get the sort on lock it so they can. So let's sell it to them direct and go around the retailers and develop a direct relations. So the idea was already there was there and it got shut down because there was concern about WalMart or target from us out we that's a separate story, but it does show that businesses are being disrupted all the time and and if you're not willing to disrupt yourself, somebody's going to do it to you. So. Does start with understanding the consumer and really being very, very close to how the consumers chaining consumers are changing the way they're buying product today and we're, they're learning about product. Yes. Having your own conversation is important. So as social media and other places, festivals, things like that were brands need to be brand like Levi's needs to be so being consumer obsesses number one, the other thing my biggest worry is that we get complacent or we begin to think we've got the Saul figured out because we don't part of what contributed to that seven point. One billion to four point. One billion, massive, five-year. Kline was a huge amount of hubris and arrogance, and and and thinking that the company could do nothing wrong and they completely lost the plaza who Justice from Levi's and not period of of decline. Well, a lot of things happen to that point in time. So the the wholesale. Channel was consolidating, especially in the US, the big part of our business. So it used to be very, very fragmented. Every city had their own chain based gobble. The mall up target was growing. So you had the consolidation of the wholesale industry in the US which at that point time was almost seventy percent of the company's business on the rise of private-label and the strengthening of retailers like gap. But then you had been ladder half you had some of the fast fashion retailers starting show of Globus well, so a lot of landscape changes that the company was blind to premiums ation of genes to which we should've led. We didn't even react to it and we should. We should have owned that that should have been us, especially with that. I conduct brand otaly anybody was going to lead premiums ation of genes. It should have been this, but but the attitude internally is why would anybody pay a hundred and fifty dollars for a pair of jeans when we sell the best genes for forty? You know? Because. Y y two day because there are some consumers where spending forty dollars hundred fifty dollars says I can afford to buy these kind of jeans. And it's just like the beauty businesses while, right. So pricing is a signal to quality and and we do now have a pure amid pricing pyramid on the Levi's brand alone also as a company with some of our value brands that go really cover the entire price spectrum. But so not getting Oregon, not getting complacent is the other big thing that is kind of on my on my list of things that we've got it. So being consumer obsessed, not getting and really focusing on quality of execution at the end of the day, it's about our product. And one of the reasons the business has really started to turn is our product has gotten a lot better and our strategies are working. So we are selling a lot more women product women's product today than we did a couple. Years ago that was strategic. I was part of expand for more on or women's business today is over a billion dollars in sales of under eight hundred million just three years ago. It's grown twelve quarters in a row and six of those quarters have been double digit growth, double digit on top double digit. So we're selling a lot more tops today. We're mostly a bottoms business. So we have lots of opportunities for growth, and I gotta do is walk down the street here and how many battling teaser going gonna see a couple of blocks on Regent Street now and and what does better with a pair of jeans that wing team when a consumer's willing to pay twenty dollars for to where your brand is a billboard. It says they love your brand and more people are loving Levi's today than ever before. So that's a really good thing. So if Dollar Shave Club was the big disruptor for the razor plates business, and you know the arrival of fast fashion and the kind of decline of the wholesale channel. Contributed to the disruption of Levi's business back when you started, what are the disrupters that you're looking at today? What are you thinking about? Clearly the the strategic focus on direct to consumer for us is really, really important. So building out our ecommerce platform, when I joined the company, we have three people working fulltime money, converse. We'd outsource almost everything front and back. And we have about one hundred people globally working dedicated to ecommerce including engineers, programmers, and we're innovating there. So that part of the consumer experience. And then combining that with the physical retail experience, we're still building source are retail is growing. We've grown eight quarters in a row. Direct consumer business has grown eight quarters in a row of double digit growth, and and it's not being driven by new stores. We are doing new stores, but we're growing year over year on our own stores. That's well, so, but to be successful as retail, you have to be innovating in your stores and it's about the experience. So we brought in tailor shops. Now we're customizing Personalizing product for consumers in our stores, and it does create an experience. We've added print bars which is driving a much younger consumer endorse store because they can customize their own bat wing t. We had it here vision street starting about a year ago. The first store that we did it in, and there were wines of teenage kids out the door waiting to print their own customized t shirts. So innovating with experiences in

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"quantitaive" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Mild dot com wsb fm doraville carts media group station this is atlanta's 24hour news weather and traffic news 955 and am 750 wsb atlanta's news starts now quantitaive is five o'clock at this dude very february 27th i'm scott slade welcomed atlanta's morning news wsb's top local story this morning a local fiddle school teacher guys suddenly or requiring claim crack wsb's michelle wright reporting otherwise healthy 38yearold woman died just days after getting over the flu scott stevens staff at set middle school stunned to hear of the death of teacher volleyball coach cap and current her best friend kim kozak telling channel 2 the death just doesn't make sense because current recovered well from the illness harris perfectly fine headhigh out with a friend on monday kozak says kerns was so healthy and doctors can explain why she suffered a massive stroke and while they are studies linking the increase risk of heart attack and stroke to the flu doctors in this case aren't fully ready to do that yet now speaking of the plu wsb health reporter sabrina cupit tells us there is a slight drop in the number of patients showing up with flulike symptoms a grady is in line with what the cdc is sitting around the country fewer people showing up in the emergency room with flu chief of emergency medicine it grady dr heine atallah turned it down with the warmer temer group the lauren number of people with whom like illnesses or either would have paid or cold that number has gone down a good fit he says right now they're seeing mostly be strains which is less severe than a and it's a good idea to go ahead and get vaccinated if you haven't already in a pupil djukic flew in the springtime sabrina cupit wsb secretary at five alwatan 45 degrees i'll tell you if we keep sunshine today in five minutes i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish dr even mean to queen started on the atlanta interstate we head to the northern suburbs in less than six by with mark mckay wsb wsb news time is 532 this is atlanta's morning news and here's veronica waters john higginbotham wsb's top national story is they push congress for tougher gun laws wsb's bill caiaccio reports live students from stone douglas high school returned to capitol hill today yeah judd florida senator bill nelson says their voices are being heard they said they're going to stop and neither emma well wishes coming from georgia senator johnny isakson what happened in florida was an attack everywhere in american digest in florida florida representative ted deutsche leads a moment of.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Do but we give short shrift to the question of win in these questions of wind have a material effect on our work on our investments even on our broader wellbeing let me ask you this question because we have a twitter ring president everyone i now ways for him to tweet in the morning what what he thinks happening oh man i have no idea what you're maybe let me talk about a morning press conference uh yeah overall though you know i have to say that those you know if you look at the act believe it or not no joke there there's research on uh looking at the pattern of people's moods over the course of the day using twitter and what it shows is is exactly this peak trough rebound where people's mood is generally better in the morning dipped significantly in the early afternoon and then rebounds again in a let up since i think that the the uh i'm not sure the president is is is ever in that great of a mood at least when he's on twitter i think twitter is a wasteland to vent his negative moods point let's shut the good news and bad news about money into that were talking about your most important asset which is your time and when i you at peak of in a one he good whether you're bad when is the best time to do things but the question is not time but when you do something like yeah it's best this is fascinating because the homeless studied daniel that i've i've never really paid i think we've just taking this for granted amid allied must sumptious that aren't correct and there was one piece that you wrote about that in the afternoon you said that people are more likely to be dishonest there are more likely to cheat steel and engaged in other ethical an eight year in the afternoon why is that yeah well i mean they're trumping you know the the wire of it it actually complicated on much her scholars necessarily know that but the fact of it is is very clear and there's a little bit of nuance here let me take it let me take a step back here but all of us have different chronic type that is the the whole field of chronicle biology in quantitaive is basically are you.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on FT News

FT News

07:40 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on FT News

"From a Financial Times in London, I'm Patrick Jenkins, the FTC financial editor, and this is F T News. One of India's state-owned banks. The Punjab National Bank has been hit by a knee at two billion dollar fraud. Apparently a select group of business people engineered over seven year period nearly two billion dollas of false loans. Well here to explain the story on its significance on a broader footing is Simon Monday Correspondent Imam by Simon. Thanks for joining us. Tell us exactly what happened. How did this frauds come about and handed it get discovered the details as though coming off it all began last Wednesday when Punjab National Bank released a very short announcement, the stock exchange saying that they seem to have detected a fraud worth approximately one point seven seven billion dollars. The way that this seems to have happened is. The It's a few people and entities punch of national bank has named them as a very celebrated. Jeweler could never have Moody, incessant people, and the relatives of his and companies controlled by them, plunge of national bank has named them as those responsible. We haven't been able to reach those people for comments yet. Supposedly, what happened is that with the connivance of two employees at a single branch in Mumbai, These people over a period possibly extending up to about seven years, we're able to gets Punjab National Bank two extends letters of undertaking which effectively letters of guarantee which then enabled these people to get loans from branches of Indian banks overseas. And it seems that the way this was done without s- Pandy's management become. Aware of it was actually surprisingly easy PNB was using an outdated version of the fanatical banking software that's used by many banks. And this meant that it was not connected with the SWIFT messaging service, which is used by banks to send messages to each other. So when these employees in the mom by bronze were allegedly sending the messages to the bank's overseas, which were guaranteeing benign is taken out spies the suspects this completely bypassed PM bees, core banking system. And so it seems the management and the internal auditors and all the people who were supposed to be aware of such things had no idea. This was going on. And over an extended period. It ended up being one of the biggest frauds allegedly in Indian history. And it was discovered only when the employees allegedly at the hands of all this step down from his post, The new. And in the job was approached by borrowers who asked for yet another letter undertaking, And then you pass and thought this was absolutely remarkable and refuse to give the matter. And that was when the whole thing fell apart. And that was in January summit. Given that the way in which this was stretchered seems pretty simple and unremarkable in a way. It surely highlights a risk not only at this bank, but others that might operate systems that are not as up to data's smugly ideal. Absolutely. Yeah. I think it's fair to say that India's they've and banks have been really in the spotlight over the past few years. Not so much because of their exposure to fruit, But because of the incredibly expensive non-performing loans by various corporate groups, which completely ever extended of. So In some cases, there have been allegations that this money was used for energy purposes. But the deeper point is that these are banks which have gotten Cering. Credible trouble, simply by not having proper risk-management systems, not having proper oversights of that operations. And that's already last year forced the government to rollouts an expanded recapitalisation programme. The expansion alone was worth thirty two billion dollars. These already banks in big trouble. Now, India's banking sector is divided into the state banks and the private sector bangs. The state banks are growing much more studied in the private banks of mon, but they still account for roughly two-thirds of banking system assets. So that still incredibly important. And I think it is true to say that it's even if we zoom in on the specific problems here. The state banks are more vulnerable than Peja National Bank until I believe last month was using this out-dated software which left it vulnerable to this specific kind of fruit untold that other state banks also have been slow to update the software unlike most of their. But rivals, So people are concerned about the kind of systemic problems within the buying, but this shied And I think there's an awful lot of questions now being asked about whether other states and banks in India could be vulnerable to similar problems was definitely highlighting of worrisome gap in the systems that but I guess potentially an opportunity, an additional opportunity for private sector plays to expand. Yeah. I think the private sector banks of Rudy being on quantitaive over the past couple of years. Traditionally, They've been less active in the corporate line space, But now they've been ready picking out some of the slack this be left by the state-owned banks. So this is good for them to lodgings than you do have some people who have been raising concern about some of the grave from the retail lending saying that this come back to bite them. But I think broadly speaking, if you look at some of the leading private-sector banks in India HDFC Bank Kotak Mahindra buying for example the. These are really seen as being across apart, frankly, from most of the state banks is worth noting that some of the private banks will say ICIC ICI and axes bank which themselves actually a form of the state-controlled banks. They've ended up partly due to the Heritage is being big culprit men dozens of development than this. They got NBA problems of the Ryan. So it's not tightly binary state banks, bad private banks. Good. Some of the private banks say, have problems of their own, But Bubis speaking the private banks look a lot stronger it. However, I do. You think this could potentially be an economic problem for the country at the moment. Investments is fatty week this. Let us back capacity and industry. So the demand for credits is relatively subdued. If and when it does pay top, I think we could see something of a squeeze because the private banks and not ready big enough yet to supply all the needs that Indian business has. The corporate bond market has not developed enough, and that's when you would really need the state. Thanks to be firing a little senators in the moment. Thus asking me a nice day to do say No signs the micro and macro of both consenting that But the thanks very much for your inside son. This is a segment from V F T banking, weekly podcast, which comes at every Tuesday and can be downloaded from all the usual podcast. Acts. Little.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

FT Banking Weekly

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly

"Ended recapitalisation programme the expansion alone was wef attitude billion dollars these already banks in big trouble now india's banking sector is divided into the state banks and the private sector bangs the state banks are growing much more studied and the private banks of my but they still account for roughly twothirds of banking system assets so that study incredibly important and i think it is true to say that it's even if we zoom in on the specific problems here the state banks are more vulnerable than punjab national bank and so i believe last month was using this outdated software which left it vulnerable to this specific kind of fraud untold that other state banks also being slowed to update the software unlike most of that private rivals so people are concerned about the kind of systemic problems within the buying that this shied and i think there's an awful lot of questions now being asked about whether other states and banks india could be vulnerable to similar problems was definitely highlighting a worrisome gap in the systems there but i guess potentially an opportunity an additional opportunity for private sector plays to expand with the off i think the private sector banks of rudy being on quantitaive over the past couple of years traditionally they've been less active in the corporate line space but now they've been ready picking out some of the slack this be left by the stateowned banks so this is good for them to a large extent you do have some people who have been raising concern about some of the grave from the retail lending saying this come back to bite them but i think broadly speaking if you look at some of the leading private sector banks in india hdfc bank kotak mahindra buying for example these are already seen as being across a pot frankly from most of the state banks is worth noting the some of the private banks also icic ivanko and axes buying which themselves actually have formally statecontrolled banks.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The good news is that there's an intriguing evidence from some low income schools in in texas that are actually adding recesses in in as an effort to boost test scores of now when it comes to school startimes the american academy of pediatrics behind you there right yeah i mean we should be behind the american academy of pediatrics on this one i mean so so what we have in in quantitaive says that when people hit about the age of fourteen they have a massive mood toward becoming much more late much more evening types people are extremely alley its physiological between the ages of fourteen and about the age of twenty four they shift literally to sometimes three hours later um and so the american academy of pediatrics and again that's a very strong they issued a policy statement at that's a little sterile policy statement from a an association so think of it instead of this thing about all the pediatricians of america linking arms in marching through the streets and they're saying to school district across america do not start school for teenagers before eight thirty in the morning it is contra indicated by everything we know we know that early school startimes for teenagers increases the dropout rate reduces test scores contributes to depression obesity a whole parade of horrors and so they pediatricians have been pleading with school districts do not do this start school after eight thirty the average school start time in america today for teenagers is eight o'clock eight of three am telephone has been a little bit better in fact considerably better in some ways but these across the united states and you're right but what some which was interesting is that is ads districts that have changed this half's have seen really good results lower dropout rates less depression even fewer car accidents the other interesting thing about this is that the people who've studied this it's a very costeffective solution to i mean it took to to start school 45 minutes later started nine fifteen versus starting it at 815 is is the.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The good news is that there is an intriguing evidence from some low income schools in in texas that are actually adding recesses in as an effort to boost test scores of now when it comes to school startimes the american academy of pediatrics behind you there right yeah i mean we should be behind the american academy of pediatrics on this one i mean so so what we have in in quantitaive says that when people hit about the age of fourteen they have a massive mood toward becoming much more late much more evening types people are extremely alley its physiological between the ages of fourteen and about the age of twenty four they shift literally to sometimes three hours later on and so the american academy of pediatrics and again that's a very strong they issued a policy statement at that's a little sterile policy statement from a and associations to think of it instead of this thing about all the pediatricians of america linking arms in marching through the streets and they're saying to school districts across america do not start school for teenagers before eight thirty in the morning it is contra indicated by everything we know we know that early school startimes for teenagers increases the dropout rate reduces test scores contributes to depression obesity a whole parade of wars and so they pediatricians have been pleading with school districts do not do this starts school after eight thirty the average will start time in america today for teenagers is eight o'clock eight of three am telephone has been a little bit better in fact considerably veteran some ways but he's across the united states and you're right but some which was interesting is it is ads district that of changed this have have seen really good results lower dropout rates less depression even fewer car accidents the other interesting thing about this is that the people who've studied this it's a very costeffective solution to i mean it took to to start school 45 minutes later started nine fifteen versus starting it at 815 is is the.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on WJR 760

"To private operators and those least revenues i must be dedicated to structured they match you with revenue from the federal and the local government there to uh to uh put the deal with its infrastructure needs as i said it doesn't work with everything uh but it will work in some areas and and we need to leverage out ever we can't uh it's maximise the impact in and addressed infrastructure issues that have been growing up a that but instead of just throwing money at the problem to trying to science and innovative ways to bring a private by in yeah the other thing that it does which i'm particularly happy with at least the overview if there's quantitaive said it uh it allows state and local government to prioritize to nixon determination of what is the port or there or rather than say we're going to give you x amount of money for rose your bridges it says richie what are you going to do with it are you gonna nashville could resources uh so we can make determination leading locally that can make determinations what's important 25 show the money is going to be set aside for uh rural areas areas like the 10th congressional this sure she's got real needs for broadband reserved for a short latte railroads them if they could uh uh needs four uh infrastructure solemn allows us to tailor it rather just he did with a big club willing and the thing we need to look at the details of the plan but i talked to some county leaders and some infrastructure uh experts who have said you know if we're a donor state here we still need to get more money back from the federal government and we were hoping for more than what the president it at least on the face of it is offering well everyone fiacre everyone hopes for more will added we're going a donor state as long as you and i have been alive we haven't seen the return of those tax dollars well and and you know what what will try to make sure.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on Final Games

Final Games

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on Final Games

"He just instantly understand like all right i'll just come back in the morning and then we'll get that mission you are you wake up or whatever but yeah it's just fun things that make it feel more real well speaking of perfectly crafted realities and experiences going from jiang to sort of what some people mock is almost perfection like in its represent it in his presentation in the way this game than his next game is crafted is personally one of my favorite playstation full games out that it's just incredible and then we should listen to some very somber and haunting music from this next game let's of course dive strands of it the jump begin to the next game won't bruce's list that and this is again a very excited to be talking about we spoke about it on the show quite a few times before and of course the sole series in general because they this series insurance fire lotta developers and a lot of people and just as hit a lot of people in certain areas they didn't know goods in terms of design and will building in crafting a map when all kinds of different things it's of course develop by from software and directed by hit a talking me as aki they was this smash hit for playstation 4 that was in exclusive to that council as well it released back in march of 2015 just before the which a three came out if i remember rightly because i had a quantitaive designing which wanna wanted to play this one took president after i played it for one hour because it was just fantastic it's the action roleplaying gothic hara game bloodborne bruce.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

"Multiple loopholes he did dismiss nadeem you kids meal about onto to welcome today's south african we biker i pick your e osceola not up his naked woman he didn't look at it because he is so to proceed he could power think is this to you mrs economical all today hooked because of the nipple de communicable of his new at the moment who suffocated resounded cuisine he can who was huckaphony ten linderoos kissel news sony connecticut hit a leader what have you didn't become a bit him in a participant in the past did gift you can sit sit quantitaive he says this shows the team massive to be detained one i dont'a sequel big hunted her do divergent cap doom or vida under slip oscar his in demand and even in moves are peaking comsip put could did you muscle on come with customs poised to do not yet in a dennis has contributed you in burundi imported two senior peterson unip been his communities in monte who's had company hutu monday to new apple was sent a tunnel under to it quite of two june of these ooh.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Likes of andy pettitte who would like a mentor to see when he was with the yankees so um you know are being houston it bill favorite in a theory of i made a sevengame fear anything can happen but it would you great to see you know ma boy a a in the night and get him guard back in the fears mansell quota old master yankee lynda on local or are la yankee ferry rumyantsev conner oval where support begging but let's see what happens met quantitaive old double bluff mark gray karim thank you very much were hastert i was great yes he the best part of as he's he's vathi enemy is is just his representation of the area now layer when talks about like all these he's got all these aca as an honest like no the best part about him is he reps the bay oh yeah that's his elm no doubt about it and he could be on the east coast like he has been most of his career if not all of his career and he is all about it you know what i mean like there there's there's nothing that you know is shy of it so every time he's on i've ran across amis he's always been he knows use from the bay area to gymnast levy i didn't spring training akash i think that was two thousand thirteen no two thousand twelve and yet punch me out to us very sea severe and he was he was thrown heart it was like exactly would you know green lose talking about became a pitcher either me to fastballs vow them off buried sliders if he gets us six pitches struck out twice against him and that's you know not normal may be honest with you on that but again look he goes in two thousand fourteen is three and four two thousand fifteen six intent 2016 nine its wealth two thousand seventeen fourteen in five stun these veteran presence is well today only that it's something that they lost right they lost all his veteran lead absolutely didn't lose it because they had him i give it.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The latest home price appreciation numbers are out we'll talk about that coming up here as well between ten and eleven o'clock this morning on the accunet mortgage an realty show today marks fifty years ago that the milwaukee riots occurred three people were killed hundreds were injured and thousands were arrested over the course of a few days riots and civil unrest will often spur conversation and change but as anything chain in fifty years wtmj zero bill stabbed takes a look this summer of nineteen sixty seven was hot and his you're nearly one hundred in sixty race riots across the country in milwaukee it began on july thirty african americans upset with housing discrimination and police brutality had had enough ludi suit and shootings erupted on milwaukee's north side it would hurt hurry peter news real and yet they're revised pretty wtmj is jim pack was working at channel twelve at the time he spent long nights at the station covering the riots the walk never eddery quite good and it was just can't be happy and yet of what happened in the end days later at least three were kill including a police officer a state of emergency was declared the national guard called in and curfews implemented the pod with a wave from any civil on grow that there about the underlying causes milwaukee nwpc president fred royal people are having the conversation on how cherry what we need to do good some of the negative attitude the american but he is anything getting better jobs and poverty are still a major problem will enforce objective some of these or warsaw dr howard fuller is a civil rights activist is also the director of the institute for the transformation of learning at marquette he says closures that places like aol smith lavish in international harbors there have been devastating in so when you look at some of our new these some areas sued for objective move there are worse than what i mean by that from lack of jobs for a lot of young people from lack of education for a lot of young people the cycle of violence that has occurred is vergara their food what it with like from there proof and that's why people like fred royal say there's always a chance for history to repeat itself song quantitaive appropraite level give who'll fort worth low longer paolo felt this point that.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And television the beach boys the blues brothers host john stamos' and more it's a capital fourth and it comes your way tomorrow night beginning at eight o'clock on kqed public television nine mostly cloudy throughout the day along the costa sunny and breezy inland however will have highs from the mid60s to the low nine these and southsouth westerly afternoon winds the time of kqed is now eighteen minutes before seven from npr news in washington on luiz schiavone former president obama is in south korea to speak at a conference in seoul jihae lee reports he also met with south korea's leader moon jaein the truth down for forty minutes and discussed how to deal with north korea month that this may be the last chance for pal now to return to talks obama with quantitaive responded by saying that he believes moon will meet the expectations of the people and facing the importance of public support in montreal a call for police not to respond on to mental health crises dan carping chuck has more on a vigil at a march after a black man was shot and killed by police officials say fifty eight year old pierre cornillon was likely in distress in holding a screwdriver in each hand when police confronted him at his montreal apartment a week ago he was shot with a taser than with rubber bullets than with service were revolvers after a vigil protesters including those from black lives matter chapters in toronto and montreal marched through the downtown saying it's all part of a pattern of police violence against people who are black or mentally ill as the new spending year begins from many states across the nation eleven are without a formal budget and despite the fact that some of them like main in new jersey are vacation destinations there are government shutdowns in new jersey it looked like the only people enjoying estate owned beach on sunday were governor chris christie and his family wall street dow up one hundred three on luiz schiavone npr news it's six forty three now in time for a listener perspective in.

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"quantitaive" Discussed on Rebuild

Rebuild

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"quantitaive" Discussed on Rebuild

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