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Fresh update on "ralph lauren" discussed on Financial Quarterback Josh Jalinski

Financial Quarterback Josh Jalinski

00:14 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ralph lauren" discussed on Financial Quarterback Josh Jalinski

"More, however, tonight can't help but think about business problems there are in the world. Pretty much because no matter what anybody tells you the politics of the moment, everything is good. Or everything is bad, depending which side you're on, but this country is closed down. Important services that the government and people need to provide for us to be live. Our everyday lives are open, but pretty much everything else is closed down stores. If they're open. You can only get in partially have to wait on line. You have to wear a mask. Restaurants are breeding grounds for problems. Bars are an open yet. Hotels, travel airline industry The country's closed down its open in segments and for good reason. This virus out there who isn't getting tired, although we're extremely tired of this. But tonight show is another one bites the dust. And what I like to talk about right now is AH high profile deal. A $16 billion deal just bit the dust. Those of you who aren't in the where Of course, referring to the takeover and outright purchase of America's greatest luxury jeweler Tiffany by the world's largest and finest global. Luxury group LVMH. After the takeover was approved by the Tiffany board and the chairman, pre pandemic It was announced this week that Bernard or No, the founder, CEO and largest shareholder of Luton, Mo. And Hennessy is walking away from the deal. Boom bit the dust. Now, as these articles were written, it said that he alone made this decision without the knowledge of his close advisory team or if they knew he didn't consult with him. No, I think it's fascinating because one of the things to remember here and will be a theme throughout the show. This Bernard, I know is the largest shareholder. Forget that he's the founder of the genius behind this, but as the largest shareholder He has money in this game. He has a stake in the decisions made. And for many reasons, I'm sure which we don't know. We're not in his head, he decided to walk away from a $16 billion deal. On the other side of the ledger. Is Tiffany, the chairman of the board, Roger Farah filed a suit against LVMH. If the rule these guys agreed that came to terms that stop trading on the stock market, they stopped doing anything that would interfere with LVMH's view of what the company should be going forward. They're in close the contact. And it slowed up the transaction over suddenly came to us the halt. And they Tiffany filed a suit against LVMH. Which led LVMH filing a countersuit. Against the management of Tiffany for their behavior during the pandemic on one of the things in the articles, I've read, they sighted, they paid a dividend to the shareholders. That's money out of the coffers of Tiffany. At a time where no one should expect A dividend, giving away in theory, other people's money. And just in general, it seems like a poor decision. While the company's doing probably 10% of the business they were doing. Why don't I want to talk about this deal biting the dust? Because I know. Everyone involved. I know the people from LVMH in I know Roger Farah from Tiffany. Some in a unique position that I kind of know the people or know a lot about them, and I find this whole thing fascinating. But what really got me started on this, Jesse. I don't know if you saw this headline. I love it. The French wolf in Kashmir, tears into Tiffany after the deal sours You love that. That's a good one. Where was that from? From Bloomberg, The French wolf in Kashmir, tears into Tiffany after the deal, Sauers. I love that. It's a great way of referring Tio burnout or No, That's like a title You've been waiting to, right? You just never had the opportunity to write it. Arno built it through acquisitions. He built this whole companies by acquisitions. He first brought to your door became the parent company D. Over then, in turn board LVMH and over a history of time, the board Hennessy cognac. They bought it from operating families by and large who built these businesses. Each of these families would take a stake and held the image. The management would stay around for a period in time. And then LVMH would take over the company completely. And they would build this thing. And it was amazing. And for our Noto walk away from this Is pretty pretty big. This is a big fight. Now. On the other hand, let me tell you about Roger Pharaoh. He went on to become the president of Polo working with Ralph Lauren. And he's responsible, too. A great deal for the Ralph Lauren company you see today? He was the arbiter and the overseer of all the retail stores. They opened around the world and for much of the growth period in polo sisters, Roger Farah. So I'm telling you this because as the chairman of the board now, I don't know if he has operating Rolla, Tiffany, but as the chairman of the board of Tiffany He's a smart guy, and he's going to fight. Fight fight. So who do you think was right here? L ve major Tiffany's well, It's not a question of right because it comes down to this. Bernardo No. Is a brilliant, brilliant man. The CFO is a brilliant guy. I remember we used to could present to them, Jesse, you and I sat across from table from Jean Jacket. Ionian Antonio Bologna. The CFO and managing director and presented our business plans. When I was in over the image, there is no joke. It was no joke, one of the reasons they're smart as they owned 70 brands that operate in every country in the world. Because of that. They don't just have to be good at what they do. They have to be amazing. They're involved with all these industries, including jewellery, which is what we're talking about right now. So these are serious, consummate professionals who understand everything that's going on around the world. You take a ll those people and then you throw in Bernard Arnault, the money guy. The one who became one of the world's richest men. His wealth has gone from 36 billion to 80 billion. If you believe what you're reading, this guy is not just the money, man. He's brilliant. I remember being in meetings with him in New York. I sit across the table from him. He had a gleam in his eye kind of looked at me. He liked me. I liked him in turn, and he would ask questions to all these presidents. I was the CEO of LVMH in New York. He would ask questions of me. He knew I would know the answers. And when some of the younger presidents a less experienced, I'll live, forget he would ask the question and he'd look at me wondering what I'm thinking about the answers they gave. I'm telling you, these guys are the most brilliant, brilliant, brilliant people I've ever met. And Bernard? No, No, it's a stakeholder. As I said before, it's his company. His 16 billion Now, Of course, it's a public company. But because his net worth is so locked into this company, he's going to do what's right for him, and he made a decision at this point in time. That I no longer can make this acquisition. I can't with old good conscience. Agree to pay $16 billion for company get a time where he doesn't believe the management is managing it properly. Now, if you ask me I know from my years of LV that Tiffany was on their acquisition list after roll. It's one of the finest jewels in the world of billions of dollars there only a few if any, that bigger that Recognisable. What? I really believe it's gonna happen. I believe Bernard don't always like the spent $16 billion of LVMH chartered money on it. But I also believe, and I give you a caveat here. I have no idea what I'm talking about. Other than the fact I congratulated them when I read about the acquisition, But I have no idea. I'm not on the inside. Now. I'm in New York on the radio. What would I know? My guess is they still love the brand. And my guess is they're going to re negotiate. But your guess is as good as mine is whether the deal completely goes away or they end up coming to some terms Post. Coverted times. So this one Another one bites the dust. Not every deal goes through in spite of people wanting it, too, in spite of both parties being brilliant Take a break. We'll come back. We'll talk some more about another one bites the dust, always in fashion. This's Mark Webber We're living in strange times. There's no question about it were regrouping. We're rethinking about what our lives look like. We're working from.

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New York Fashion Week 2020: Pared down, and virtually all virtual

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 6 d ago

New York Fashion Week 2020: Pared down, and virtually all virtual

"For New York Fashion Week As the show goes digital without many of the regular top designers more from CBS is Lisa Matteo. So much for celebrities in the front row are paparazzi behind the lens of this season's fashion week in New York City, the Council of Fashion Designers of America. Has been pushing the event to go Digital. Amid the pandemic, less than a handful of labels will show their spring collections in person and nearly 70 will offer There's digitally on runway 3 60. A number of top designers have opted out entirely, including Marc Jacobs, Oscar de la Renta, Ralph Lauren, Michael Cores and Tory Burch. The event runs through Thursday. Lisa

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:49 min | Last month

"ralph lauren" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Me. It's it's actually better to wash them yourself on. So what we did was we set out to sea. Okay, what products are in the market that you know that we can do this on our own. And there really wasn't anything at the time. 15 years ago when we started There wasn't there was not a solution to care for Kashmir to care for delicates. Everything was treated like one size fits all. How did you go about figuring out that You know, these things could be washed with natural products. Did you? Did you go to a scientist? Or was it just a researcher? What wasn't so we went back Tio Cornell on worked with one of our professors there on DH Tio, educate ourselves on the science of detergent See, so we did all of our own research at the library, not not online in time. There's less available then. On DH. So we did our own research and we tested a ton of products all over the world. During our current our previous jobs. We were able to travel a lot. So we thought detergent from grocery stores in London to bodegas and Latin America is like all over the world on DH Way looked at the samples. We said Okay, we like the way this smells. We don't like Why's this Blue doesn't have to be blue, you know, and which turns out it doesn't have to be a blue. And when he did further research, they plant based products are in fact, the best surfactant in the best cleaning for clothing. That's amazing. Okay, So you had a job in the fashion industry as did and you're you're co founders name is Gwen Whiting. Thank you. So you and Gwen you both where she was at Ralph Lauren. Right? And I was not sure now. Yes. Yeah, so just real quickly. It's a point you guys decided. Okay, Wait a second. We could make a business of this. How did you transition away from those full time jobs into starting the business. And were you eating top ramen or like that was going on? I was joking before about how we would have to make a decision. Are we going to eat tonight? Are we going to pay American Express? Those s O actually about 5 to 6 years into our professional career out of college way both looked around. We had the same, very coveted jobs and passion. Ralph Lauren and Chanel and very small divisions were working in and there wasn't a lot of movement. So we thought, Okay, we're not getting our boss's job. We're kind of we're sitting here idle. Let's do something on our own way had always kind of dreamt of doing something at some point after she were college friends, So after college way, spoke a lot about it. But we said Okay, we need real experience in the corporate world. Before we do it go out on our own, which actually Is proven to be true. Very true. Helped us along the way quite a bit, Eso. We At that point we squeeze thought about we had a makeup idea. We had a clothing idea again being from fashion. We thought okay, Let's design That was when clothing was at its height with all of these fabulous critique and Contemporary clothing and different brands coming out, So I thought that would be a great idea. Not a great idea for us on. So what happened was it really was there really was a void in the market and I need that we had personally. A lot of my clients that I was working with that Chanel. We're afraid to dry, clean their sweater or dry clean between jacket because it would come back without buttons or we come back. And worse condition than when they brought. It s o. That kind of sparked an idea. Well, we Why don't we create a product where we knew I was washing with baby shampoo with the time my all of my delicate items. In my five floor, walk up no washing machine, Which is something to know. We design this collection without our own washer and dryer. Glenn was bringing her laundry Tio her mom's in New Jersey. I was using my sink Everything possible hopes in Washington. Okay, so it appoint you just You took the lead on DH. What made you think that you had it in you? To start a business I get it started with really being passionate about the idea on DH. I think it's funny. I've been asked this before. Do you possess anything? I think that the important thing is that You. And if you have a partner eyes that you both are very passionate about whatever the ideas and you stick to the idea. I think that's when you know that you, can you Khun doir it. So let's talk about The marketing piece of this because that's a huge part of this story, right? It's one thing to come up with a great product. It's another thing to get it out there and execute. So tell me about that. Okay, so 15 years ago at the time, there was it.

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Biden on his finances. And you don't think somebody would ask Biden. Hey, We're on a government salary for 40 years. How did you afford that Enormous estate. In Maryland at the time that you bought from the DuPonts. You were on a government salary all your life. How did you afford that? Nobody ever asks me these questions. So nothing investigation, wouldn't you think? It's somebody if it's for a Republican would say, You know, you don't seem to be all there. You don't seem to be fully competent. Mentally who's actually running things? You're not running anything. I mean, let's be honest. Do you think Joe Biden's in charge of the campaign? Do you think? I don't know what day it is? Yeah. I mean, does anybody Republican intimidated But I think when we're not looking in the cameras, their office and meeting down there in the basement, and Joe Biden saying, all right now, here's what I want. Now, let's get this. Do you think he's in charge of the meeting? There's somebody telling, I surely can't even tell him because they can't even understand them. They have to tell the wife and she knows how to talk to him. And she goes Joe Joe, we're going to do then, huh? No, we're going to do that. Where's the news media? Find out who is in charge? Who's running this campaign? A. By the way, as we keep explaining Kamala Harris. Is not in the lead for vice president. Everybody else's Kamala Harris has too many problems. Horrible personality. Moby dreary, not popular with Democrats. She was the first candidate to bomb out in the early primaries bombed out fast. Also remember that debate where she took on Biden for 20 minutes and went into group Graphic detail of how Biden was a racist. Well, obviously they would use that video all the time. So she's Pretty much at the back of the pack, but apparently and she's a mean woman. Apparently, she's been leaking out Opposition research about all the other candidates for vice president. Trying to smear each one of them out of the race. But I don't know if I know that the Democrats know that and the DNC puppet masters that they may not trust her. They may not want her there. So baseball tonight. Where this game is in Washington, right? It's New York in Washington Yankees in Washington Nationals. Yes. Now I saw one picture of it was city field and the players were wearing masks. The batter was wearing a mask while he batted and they had cardboard cut outs in the seats that I could do this every Where are they? The Fox says they're going to superimpose fans in the stands rather than show you cardboard cut outs or just empty seats. Why are they going to do that? Whether you think we're that stupid? We can't watch the game without fans. Well, visually, it does look a little weird. It looks weird, but we can handle it on their plate Crowd noise the whole time. They I guess they play that crowd noise in the stadium. Right? So the players here Yeah. So And will they wear masks on the field? I saw battle wearing a mask, but I see a picture wearing a mask. Some players have chosen to wear a mask and a goddamn Yankees that says I'm going to always wear it. But when they're in the dugout, I think they have to put masks on. Well, I noticed So the Yankee players unless they had a special mask made with the Yankee logo and the pin stripes. I think the Yankees did that and asked some of the players to wear it because they know when everybody sees that they're gonna want those masks. So earlier you go the Yankee website. You can order the mask. I'm sure this was the plot because they're losing a lot of revenue. No ticket sales, no vendors, no hot dog so they'll make up for it with masks. Hey, By the way, don't go crazy buying Ah, 1,000,000 masks. You know, everybody buys those boxes. Those blue surgical masks. You can buy it, but you wait a little while their stuff coming out. For instance, If you like designer stuff all the top designers are about to release masks in a few weeks like you'll have a Ralph Lauren mask that comes in 27 different fabrics. Every designer whoever your favorite designer They'll be having masks out. Also, there's some state of the art super Hi tech masks coming. They're really nice. They're made of what looks like clear plastic, Almost And it covers much better and you can breathe much better these air in the work. So by say, September October 1 of these really high tech massive everybody's gonna want and you can wash them easily. So don't go crazy buying a 1,000,000,000 masks right now. Hey, Speaking of which, check out the Web page. Now, this is an interesting argument because people will say the mask is not good for you and affects your breathing. You're not getting enough Oxygen. Is that true? If you walk around the mask all day Well, here is a scientific medical test by doctors. Testing. 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Ralph Lauren profits sees surge from Chinese online sales

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Ralph Lauren profits sees surge from Chinese online sales

"Lauren got some help from online sales as Surgeon online shopping helping it get back on track in China and putting it on course for a recovery from the financial damage wrought by the cupboard nineteen a lockdown

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

09:43 min | 4 months ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on KDOW

"Seven seven six hundred four two six four now here's a welcome back got a couple opportunities in stock that been there there really well known stocks there and everybody's mutual fund the hedge funds by them and one of them is Ralph Lauren Ralph Lauren and what a wonderful opportunity one buy it now but we get we just what we always do we start reviewing stock to start scoping them down and they were way ahead of them remember when I kept trying to buy gold limits on I was nuts and nobody was buying gold in every day we are now is a rocket ship the markets a rocket ship and I said no it's not a rocket ship and then we bought it early then when they start to talk about gold we already had twenty percent gains when I started to talk about it on fox is G. A. B. C. business Ralph Lauren is one is setting up nicely don't buy it now now I know a lot of yet so I I talk about this doctors or do I want to join a gang he just gave me the stock or do it on my own well good luck to you I'm giving it ten days for heaven's sakes okay ten days to show you what we do so you sell yourself I'm not here to sell you never want you to join a gang because because when I when I and I give you the percentages like McDonald's rebel Levin percent Starbucks were up nineteen percent I don't you join a gang because were up eleven percent and nineteen percent R. T. ND M. up twenty four percent that's not the purpose no I tell you that I want to join a gang because finally I want to get peace of mind or you can say yeah I for the first time I want to be in a position where I know it's time to get out of the stock before goes down I know it's time instead of the stupidity they hand you cost average down I never heard anything so stupid is that Hey look I got you that stock at a hundred twenty dollars is now a hundred you can buy some more of it oh really thank you think you get more for me thank you I'll try hard I'll try her I'll see what I can do for you they call you back all I got an extra hundred shares where really how did I can buy it now is a hundred twenty again you go back for a hundred dollars you call your wife bill just got me my start was a member stuff we bought a one hundred now it's just not now just a eighty dollars they come in because again thank you bye simar now stocks down to sixty you just never done you call your wife back again a member bill no stock we bought a one twenty now just sixty is that wonderful we bought it we bought more of it yeah I bring him home for dinner go home for dinner is a note in the kitchen table good bye you know I was marriages that unity it you got the NADH it's like having a spare tire just flat and you're driving along with your family the thing goes flat you get outlook as I said don't worry family I'm also gonna cost every day I got a little spare is flat is that wonderful it's just saying thank you god but this is not your fault we got gangsters so we got ruffle red setting up in the B. Y. Best Buy BBY setting up beautifully this fight is down seventy two percent don't buy it today and I'll tell you by today a Ralph Lauren but what we do we put it on our group of stocks because I watch list and we monitor those everyday for a week for a month whatever checks and they will get in immediately and start turning green this tell us money is coming again and here's the beautiful thing if the stocks at sixty and it's red and now goes up to seventy eight it is still red and it goes up to C. ninety eight is still red we don't get it because the beautiful thing about the Turkistan greatest time don't get any yet because usually chooses aren't buying quite enough for that stock you could wake up tomorrow morning could drop on you that son it turns it at a hundred dollars green well you think ought that's bad he should got in the sixties not really you think if you got it sixty let me tell you something I got a higher probability getting two hundred thirty two from a hundred different sixty because I gotten sixty any one of those mornings I wake up market could be down or the stock could be down thirty forty percent I shouldn't tell you that do that they don't tell you that to join my gang it's free for ten days you get the color coded chart and you get my membership I mean just think about what they have done they have this federal reserve a bunch of gangsters there are fewer and fewer good jobs because the federal reserve destroyed the middle class which is the backbone of our economy because it's the middle class who has most of the scratching their income there was a great start up businesses they're the backbone he destroyed a result the federal reserve fifty three percent of workers have less than a thousand dollars in savings measure that don't send somebody six hundred dollars lecture circuit that's going to stop this is already twelve hundred dollars that's just what you just stop with the withholding tax the market is consumption the function we know that but the consumption is that for just two thousand eight for twelve years everybody's been consuming what that they can buy a pair of shoes they wouldn't get thank you bye as as right wave runner they thought that they could buy a bicycle they bought that because they're not using any Plavix it is amazing this is all the federal reserve chair out their purchasing yes indeed that's getting higher and higher they can't fix this there's been twelve years of this crap they can't fix this the purchasing power of the middle class is totally tanked when you get the purchasing power of the million middle class tank it's over it's over project productivity is done consumption and the stability to our economy is done done the middle class forging Parsons two thousand it has tanked that's why our economic growth is that we're not growing we're gonna treat you were at a rate of two point nine percent for twelve years the middle class are the ones it is tax advantages but big corporations who by the way were never pay thirty five percent of all their paid thirty five percent no they they don't they can't complete their pay thirty but they were never paying thirty five percent those are both thanks a lot their effective rate was always eleven percent today on Congress you don't think for one moment shifty shift would take a bribe you don't think he's Congress take bribes they're trading stocks should inside information she thanks to everybody we're gonna cut him for thirty five down a lower percentage of corporations you better go leave the corporations alone at eleven percent instead here's what you should do stop the withholding tax if you stop their withholding tax that money people save it was wholly they'll help pay things like child care that would help health care we'll share childcare is a problem health care is a problem hello the problem we can fix that in a minute stop giving the corporations big tax cuts get rid of the withholding tax there you go number dialed in Frank just to get yourself to crush Barney Frank they paid off I think they got paid off unbelievable they got paid off or they took bribes from the building industry they were the ones who would I start pouring against your home Barney Frank and died forget your home mortgage your home your home is going to go up in value you're going up in value they were the chamber of commerce chamber of commerce for heaven's sake for the banks they're promoting the banks how that work out for you so I can't fix that but here's what I can fix I can fix the make sure when this market start dropping again you're going to be an SDS making money one is dropping at the market starts going up the other way because they financially engineer to the upside you're going to be in Rosslyn you're going to be a B. B. Y. but you can get at the right time here's what's better you're going to get out you for the first time in your life you don't know when you get out of B. B. Y. when you get out of RAF rent yeah ten fifteen percent gain you gotta know when to get out you don't have to worry about that anymore you don't you have a copy because you're broke what should I do which I do those days are gone those days are gone thank this message that we have right now when they close this economy down.

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Apple's surprise sales warning pressures futures

Bloomberg Surveillance

08:35 min | 7 months ago

Apple's surprise sales warning pressures futures

"Right now an apple with a short of of of of Switzerland new Campoli joins us right now with the with the broader somatic view on apple Neil how do you take apple over to other tech companies in China is there a legitimate exercisers is just too much guessing well I think for for one thing I thought was the first major had explicitly that come out with a warning for the Q. one so they will be impacted even though they have actually given us the quantifiable of how big the impact is and we expect many others to to follow yeah they're all the supply chain risks for apple itself can I please twelve percent of global semiconductor Damone purchases there's also the fact that if we look at the S. and P. five hundred in totality to date we've had earnings cools from three hundred and sixty four companies of the S. and P. five hundred also is only thirty four have said that there will be an impact from corona virus in a guidance school modified guidance in some capacity to to the forest to the false majority have not mentioned the forest by the because they just do not know yet or in a few instances because they want be an impact because perhaps your utility company but the majority I think it is safe to say just don't yet know how big the impact will be but this is an ongoing dynamic situation yeah which is is still to play out I think for many companies and the lasting surprise that so many companies we haven't seen the kind of news that was dropped by apple yesterday but I guess to your point the discounted the hands around this yet what's been amazing for many of us reading through the sell side research now it's getting our hands around the analyst community in Banff use is the T. word just keeps coming up again and again and again transitory to improve transit tree temporary milliwatt point you look at things inside perhaps this one B. is trying to trace some people think I think that's when we have to still thinking that if you think the insurance the city Klay given the size of the economy there is basically no no radio envelope season for this year the now we sing some data such as the the German video you take to this morning such is the way of a from Angie's surveys throughout being impacted in terms of low confidence we'll saying issues in terms of hitting a European confidence and that the risk I think is that the one thing is not back potentiating Q. two because of this kind of hang over effect affects many industries and he's not just specific to Q. a Chinese Dimond so you know the risks of five G. small things in the second half of the year could be impacted travel tourism retell easily see having having the fronts of us some issues as well we've heard from you will have selective under on the little squeak and Ralph Lauren as well trying to get some some qualification around how risky this could be going forward I think that we have and that is not yet but it will be an issue Neil with all your experience at Mehrabad securities as you look at the broader effects an implication in response to the corona virus and wondering what you're seeing is some of the emerging Asian economies a lot of people saying that China is responding with more stimulus they'll be able to stave off some of the economic slowdown some of these other economies less prepared to do so what type of demand cannibalization what kind of loss into manta we're gonna see from those nations that's a great question I think that we're already done saying for example visions down to Singapore GDP for example we had South Korea potions going out just this morning and talking about a a risk of an existential crisis provisional controlled you'll sing impacts on also vendors in in South Korea you would naturally expect some full out into other countries such as Vietnam so supply chain that exists around China is essential for the whole of the the the economic region what do you study my sales view specter guesstimate of the elasticity of cutting expenses for industrial and tack in TMD can they do they have the wiggle room to cut costs fast given revenue prospects are slower I think we we generate Germany see if he'll if you'll a company is willing or industrial you'll you'll take Haiti is very difficult to reach you such a key thing called if you up the capacity utilization focused semiconductor fat you money to people that you would need a home hallways wife and city but you have to keep those five said ninety percent plus capacity utilization rates otherwise your margins get negatively impacted very quickly I was also very slow to to to increase class again once he's been caught so it's often not something you can just dial down for two weeks I know I have an impact they're also going to tend to something can't just to wrap things up and that's the trump administration according to several reports considering new restrictions on exports to kind of get technology into China this is something the over the last month or so it's been increasing the other look because of what's been happening with the corona virus how close the eight looking at those kind of movies potentially coming up this year they'll I think it's it's something which he described as I'm going on a P. war between China and the U. S. which is very concerning to supply chains for one thing I think that we've had to oversee the blacklisting of Kool aid Austria but actually what what ended up happening was so cool which is supplied components supplies from other countries outside of the U. S. and displacing the U. S. component companies so U. S. is now looking at other tactics if you basically binder Quitman being shipped out to China a note giving those licenses has ramifications full for many companies around the world and I think basically what is happening is we have a a superpower battle to which which superpower nation becomes the leader for five G. technologies because many reports suggest is fourteen trillion dollars of economic gains tension between now and twenty thirty five from five G. and not I think he's hall what's going on in this battle I teach you to see right now between the United States and China and Europe tell your funniest somebody stuck somewhere in between and prime minister Johnson maybe more in between is than the others in between you know they are and where is this trip was canceled or somebody's trip was canceled I'm saying that yeah I think we saw the results of the weekend he's not getting along with the president of the United States the Bloomberg NJ IT stem report brunch by New Jersey institute of technology a top one hundred National University in the latest US news and World Report college rankings learn more at news dot NJ I. T. dot EDU his name in there Tom John Lisa good morning the big news in science technology engineering and math you just mentioned the trump administration is considering new export restrictions on cutting edge technology to China for people familiar with the discussions say it's part of a push to further clamp down on Wall ways access to vital semiconductors and to limit development of passenger jets by the country senior officials could decide in the next week and a half on whether to block China for buying jet engines made by a joint venture of General Electric and France based sovereign designed for the Chinese made C. nine nineteen passenger jet which is currently undergoing flight test some administration officials want more aggressive efforts to limit China's technological rice and contain what they see as potential threats to national security demand for smartphones is likely to fall this year by as many as twenty million units given the corona virus outbreak that's according to a note from Morgan Stanley which also forecast consumers may spend more on medical products suffer a loss of income and face potentially higher unemployment and to some higher flying news I guess you could say if you have the right stuff to be one of NASA's so called Artemis generation astronauts this could be your chance applications are being accepted to become an astronaut between March second and the thirty first it is a rigorous process as you might imagine so are the requirements not only do you need to be a U. S. citizen but you also have to hold a master's degree in a stem field astronaut candidates also need to pass the long duration space flight physical has become famous part of NASA astronaut training new class will trains to

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Virus impact: Automakers look at restarting China operations

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 8 months ago

Virus impact: Automakers look at restarting China operations

"The new corona virus continues to affect companies doing business in China retailers like Ralph Lauren are temporarily closing some shops and big tech companies are canceling presentations at trade shows because of the virus Nissan and Toyota which of closed some factories in China will decide within the next few days what to do now Walt Disney close parks in Hong Kong and Shanghai taking a one hundred seventy five million dollar hit it says I'm real fall les

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Virus impact: Automakers look at restarting China operations

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 8 months ago

Virus impact: Automakers look at restarting China operations

"The new corona virus continues to affect companies doing business in China retailers like Ralph Lauren are temporarily closing some shops and big tech companies are canceling presentations at trade shows because of the virus Nissan and Toyota which of closed some factories in China will decide within the next few days what to do now Walt Disney close parks in Hong Kong and Shanghai taking a one hundred seventy five million dollar hit it says I'm real folate

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Mickey Drexler's Formula for Turning Retail Around

The Business of Fashion Podcast

11:46 min | 8 months ago

Mickey Drexler's Formula for Turning Retail Around

"Welcome to inside fashion on the podcast. This week. We have a very special conversation with someone who has come to be known as merchant Prince of fashion. Mickey Drexler grew up in the Bronx working at his dad's company in the garment district and then carved out a legendary career working at Bloomingdale's Bloomingdale's and Taylor the gap and J. Crew. These days Mickey is working with his son on a new brand called Alex melon in his conversation with B.. JIO FS chief correspondent in New York. Lauren Sherman he shares his advice for young executives working with creative partners. Here's Mickey Drexler inside fashion. So Mickey thank you for being here happy to be here. Let's start from the beginning. Are Your parents or your parents in retailer apparel or anything that I My Dad worked worked in the garment business. New York City We grew I grew up in the Bronx and he had like a lot of other First Generation Jewish families whatever he worked in the garment business. He worked By buttons and piece goods for coat manufacturer named Jill Junior and my mom always worked. She was ill From Twenty eight years old she had cancer and passed away. Wait fifteen years later from a Being a chain smoker in those days no one really knew that cigarettes actually killed you so So she but she always worked as a secretary at the Y. M. Ha So they both worked hard. I had no siblings but I had seven cousins. Who Live down the St and three of my mom's sisters so as an extended family well it was the y m h a a young men's Hebrew Association? WHO's in the South Bronx Bronx? I went to overnight camp where she was a secretary for the summers At the camp camp because she worked it was affiliated with ym Ha and growing up. Did you think you would go into the same business. Your Dad was well I I didn't think anything as a kid I I only worried about. I worried about a lot of stuff. 'cause I was a worrying kid but I didn't really think about what I do who I always dreamt that my dad would be a successful. Because that's what he talked and dream about he talked about always Wanting wanting to kind of de successful he never was by any measurement Successful at what. He did He worked for a kind of a boss who you know. I heard about all the time who didn't treat him as kindly maybe As he might. That's true a lot of bosses and he wanted to be. I'll use the word big shot. Now this is in the sixties in the Bronx and So I didn't really know what I wanted to do. I had no idea it would be the garment business But I always worked starting at a young age my teenage years going because he kind of forced me to go into work with him on holidays on Saturdays Saturdays so I went to work for the coat. Company ticketing coats a Aaron's the shipping carrying samples to the other people in stores etc.. Did you know Ralph Lauren. Growing up because he grew up in the Bronx right. He was on Masha Loop Parkway. I was Barnes Avenue He I went to high school at Bronx sites across much Lou Parkway did you do you remember when he hemas coming up in the late sixties. I remember him exactly. 'cause I always followed people who did things that I admired. I was at Bloomingdale's started Sixty nine working at bloomingdale's and I remember Ralph. I didn't know him personally. But he came in selling selling wide ties to the men's department and it was like revolutionary and so I didn't know him but you know because I worked at Bloomingdale's I A new people who bought ties from him. So I always looked at. Ralph is someone. I admired immensely. What he did and at Bloomingdale's did you do the retail program? I know a lot of the department stores used to have these great training programs. Very lucky. In the sense first day was in housewares. I couldn't stand it I was trying to look for pots and pans. I knew nothing about it and I was Kinda lost. And the second day They moved me and this is my second day of my right official career. They put me into a department of junior department was called the Lexington shops. I was the buyer I actually went to the market every day. A No supervision really knows days and I. It's changed so dramatically you didn't have someone breathing down your neck. Tell you what to do so there I was twenty three years resolve. Whatever and I had a department Lexington Juniors whose only in fifty nine th street and I was in charge of buying all the merchandise. I had a really nice boss Stanley Stern. He left me alone. I had two or three really hot items and you make a lot of money on hot items Elephant Pant by Arthur Arthur. Bell was my hottest pant. The world's a cuffed big elastic waist pants every day. I was rewarding like crazy so I did that for six months because Barbara on jr was on maternity leave. Unfortunately she comes back and there. I go to the branches so I did that for a while and then I was promoted back In to fifty ninth street Iran. A woman's swimwear our T shirts and sweaters. My first buying job I they say I was like. I did it really quickly and again there. I was pretty much on my own as most of us were learning the business. I was very fortunate. I had a woman that he katy Murphy who passed away a young age. She was a fashion Shen director and knew more about the business than anyone I knew but because she was a woman She wasn't the seal. She could have positioned set set. She just got it and I was very lucky to have her as I kind of her pet. They treated me like oh go out with Katie went to Europe together. We bought together and only in hindsight that I realize that the fundamentals of what I even do today I think was set in place by Katie. And I going on these trips and we've been buddies so if I had an issue in work I ran to Katie. Not My boss. What do you think of this Katie? Anyway think of that and you know you don't realize you're learning so much everyday idle huge learning curve and so I did that job for a year and a half then. I was promoted moded into the boys area and then maybe it went up to the branches again. Then I quit and you said you had a couple of hot items. What what what does that mean? And how did you identify them. Especially back then when you were just starting out. How did you know that something was gonna hit? I think a lot of what people do. Who is kind of a DNA? Instinctive nature not nurturance much. I'm not sure but I always like I used to sell When Wilkinson Sword Blades came out I was in eighth grade? I was working in the garment center. I was young I was as a kid and I used to get a supply of them. They were really hard to find. They were the best razor blade. Hello in the sixties and I bought supply and I told them to when I made deliveries. I Have Wilkinson Sword Razor Blades. I didn't think I was an entrepreneur. I didn't think anything I could. Maybe maybe make some money and as a young child I money. My father's will obsessed about money because he never really made it. And I think I picked picked up some of the habits of wanting to have some safety and security so that was a little safety and security to keep handle drawer with my cash in it. I saved it. I never spent. It was not much to spend on very impressive. I wish I had a drawer with cash while it was like ten dollars dollars wasn't like a lot. So why did you quit bloomingdale's and what did you do after that. You know it's interesting just to step back end up working at Bloomingdale's I had a summer job at a NS. Now macy's and I fixed them up with a friend of mine I loved. I summer there so I was ready to be hired and I fixed them up with someone. I went to school with and they offered him five hundred dollars more in salary I did now. I didn't think about I was furious. I fix them up. They offered me eleven the offer him eleven five and I am crazy. Furious and You know I didn't have mentors like everyone has a mentor today. I couldn't talk talk to my parents about that but I was pissed off and I interviewed at Bloomingdale's and decide it and it was huge important decision in my life if the second most to that date businesswise and So I decided to work at Bloomingdale's they offered me eleven five. I wasn't negotiating a lot of great negotiator gator salaries and all that stuff and I went to work at Bloomingdale's. Ns would have taught me a whole different way of doing business. Sale Promotion They they were very successful But you know it's funny. So that kind of infuriated me any. Why'd I leave Bloomingdale's I got to the point where and you don't have to make a living and I said this is and once I moved up a little not a lot. I start to think about two things one. I don't love it as much now. I had the boys area and I was supervising but more importantly I always wanted to have really important in regard for people. I worked for Maybe it was my expectation and I realized that you know forgetting what titles are that. At at some point you know people get promoted without earning. The promotion and big corporations was like a huge corporation was big bloomingdale's relative to what I thought of his big back in those days and start to realize put your time in to a degree if you're older than me or whoever you may get promoted moded and I looked at the surroundings and who was moving up and I I I wanted to change someone. One recruit someone at macy's recruited me add Finkelstein who was then the chairman very charismatic guy. Recruited me I left and I stayed at macy's year and a half why because I was obviously looking for something I wasn't getting in a department store business. My last last movie in a Department Store Business was bloomingdale's was owned also a NS federated department stores. They recruited. It'd me back and I went back the stake but again I didn't have the freedom of I'll just do whatever it wasn't like everyone to start up. I you know. In those days who did startups who can raise money to pay the rent and I went to Ns for four years. And I said that was

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Joining the circular economy with Vestiaire Collective

Fashion No Filter

09:38 min | 11 months ago

Joining the circular economy with Vestiaire Collective

"Hey Cami Hey Monica. Guess what I got a really funny. DM from a listener last week. A D M A direct message in my inbox area. Yeah I thought maybe I could read it out and we could provide the answer on the pod as opposed to online fine. Okay hit me tangled thread four thousand five rights. Hey any chance you guys could do an episode on what should go into a girl's closet without the trends. I know it's possible ospel to Google it but a lot of us want to hear it from you dot dot dot or at least I do and here. She inserts a photo of her closet which to be totally honest. Looks a lot neater than mine but anyway she goes on on this. What is a big mess? I keep buying stuff and there's still nothing in it cheers angell. Let's so nice while tangled thread. Four thousand five. It's funny you should ask because this. This episode is actually going to be full of answers. I suspect not only are we going to be interviewing the founders of one of the world's leading secondhand fashion retailers that's yeah collective which By the way allows you to buy and sell second hand pieces designer secondhand pieces but also coming. I feel like we need to talk about this. Eternal problem of all of us feeling like there's nothing to wear in our wardrobes. Having a wardrobe full of clothes an attorney thinking oh I have nothing to wear exactly and we're kind of clearly missing. The mark of this is a problem problem. A societal problem because we're buying a lot of stuff but we're not buying the right stuff. I also think that a lot of us. I've heard a lot lately that instagram's our social media's to blame for this and it's because girls don't want to repeat outfits on the ground don't want to be seen wearing the same things tonight in a row etc etc.. But I oh. I think that this problem dates back to way way way more before that says that people have been overwhelmed by sort of trends flying at them for a really long time. And it's hard to pare back to the essentials. Well I think also women often want to wear something new to feel confident and and and that's great great but what about also training yourself to not need something new to feel confident on on the country learning to mix and match of things that you have in different ways so that you actually really playing around with your wardrobe so much better exactly. And I'm sort of training myself. That way and trying to really invest in Ki Ki. He says I have to say those are what I feel Augustine. Speaking of I wanted to give a shoutout to this amazing stuff. It's called the registry which is a website that allows you to repair things that you've previously love. Do they come pick up the broken pieces from your house. Yes so basically. It's a website you see. You can go on it. I think it's the restaurant or calm. I haven't checked and we'll put it in the show notes but basically you can send anything from a chanel handbag with a broken chain. A lovely pair of Bali pumps that all worn down. Or I don't know you. You have your favorite dress that needs fit into your body. Because it's it no longer fits and actually I think we so often think of replacing things buy new ones when we want something Robin repairing so anyway not everyone think of also repairing the things you love before you start investing even if it's investing in vintage pieces that I think it's good to get these these new kinds of services out there. Yeah I agree. Check it out. Also I went to the trouble to properly answer this listener. That was so honored. Also we're going to be fashioned agony. The neons yeah so I actually wrote down my essential pieces that I could not live with her in my wardrobe okay. I've really thought about this. Go on okay. So a perfect suit preferably in black Assamese had measles a great one. I would say velvets a lot of it. Suit Yup. Okay where where's your velvet. Suit is from Ray. His own brown raise amazing as well almost flat but but not quite flat elegant boots I think a day and by far are really good for this or if you have a bit more budget products are brilliant boots a pair of black gray white and dark blue ankle skimming jeans not too tight higher wasted. Because it's more flattering Goldstein. Denim are very good at this. Yeah I think with Denim. It's what works for you. I think each fasten their favorite stall. I'm I'm going for a very mom jeans. Look at the Mo- I go through phases but I think just find what fits you. Yeah Golden Helmet Lang as well a helmet line Unisex. Gre like ninety one pair of slingbacks in a neutral color probably blacked to dress at the black gene at night and make your ankles look great a crisp white shirt go one size up. You don't want it to be tight. Where'd you get your shirts from? There's a brand called with nothing underneath. I I really like a Bronco Ankle pieces of white which is really good but I like men shots. I like Ralph. Lauren Noah size small Mensur. Yeah sometimes even better than this is good for shots okay. Uniqlo's well wait t shirts from current Elliott great feel and tank tops internal next from a brand that. I've just discovered this dude looled. The Francis dilaudid in English. It's really fake. Check it out and have a great instagram account as well and a body suit to wear under the jacket. which because you can separate the jacket from the suit and just wear it with jeans right but then you WanNa wear in a casual way but open and you have to have something underneath presume bodysuits really good? I feel like this is tetris actress fashion. We should be providing the maximum amount of outfits. You can wear with these combos yet. So would you add anything. Maybe a piece of statement jewelry like from at Gerry. A or an Isa Kerr McGee. I would also add a pair of What I like to call cities meakers things that you were like for example of cool new balance or as X.? Trainers absolutely necessary sustainable option. Yeah I wear my new balance a lot I have to say I love. Also a big extra-large man coats your because I think you can wear whatever whatever you want underneath and just throw it on not be called and then you can have like skimpy little mini dress underneath if you're going out whatever and you'll find even if it's freezing and that's the last is key investment piece potentially the most expensive. Oh by the way also I really believe in like if you have old jewelry that maybe let your mom gave you or something but it feels old school. You can get converted birded into something really new and cool as well like Jesse Thomas Jewelry that her dad's a Master Goldsmith. She's learnt his art and she's learned how to do this and she has really cool. Modern tastes but with all of this stuff. You don't you don't need to buy things not to be preachy anyway. One more thing I wanted to tell you on this topic Chemi is. I met this girl the other day. on this visit London called Catherine quenches. I've heard of her. She's brilliant super committed minimalist. She's black for the past eight really. She hasn't won another Nkala rather than like a commitment. Quite extreme. Yeah not much light. But she's like totally committed and she's super chic anyway. She designs in other neutral colors. Black and everything goes super well together and she has created city break. Capsule wardrobes. So you can actually buy the whole thing together. You don't even have to think about it and everything goes perfectly. So there's just put a London won the Perez ones coming through in the Florence and it's actually all inspired by Joan. Didn't packing list love lies. We read it out the packing list. Yes yes let's do it. I love it me find. It's the sinked. Travel is below taped inside joined idioms closet door in Malibu for many years consisted of everything thing the author needed when she set out on assignment it was printed along with digits owner analysis of it in her nineteen seventy-nine collection of nonfiction. The white album. Here it is the pack and where to Scott's to jerseys or leotards one pullover sweater two pairs of shoes stockings Bra nightgown robe slippers cigarettes Borbon. We forgot the sweaters. We did forget sweat is Saddam patters William very important. Yes okay bag. Doug with shampoo toothbrushes toothpaste basis soap. Razor yoder an aspirin prescriptions tampax. Face cream powder baby while to carry Mojo throw typewriter interesting. Yeah we definitely don't have those anymore. Legal Pods pens files. House House. Cow Ski this list right Stadion which was taped inside my closet door in Hollywood during those years when I was reporting more or less steadily the list enabled me to pack back without thinking for any piece. I was likely to do notice the deliberate anonymity of the costume in a skirt a leotard stockings. I could pass on either side of the culture. You're not the mohair throw for trunk line. Flights III no blankets and for the motel room in which the air conditioning could not be turned off. I hate notice Bourbon for the same motel room. Notice the typewriter for the airport coming home. The idea was to turn in the Hertz car check in and find an empty bench and start typing the days notes. It should should be clear that this was a list made by someone who prize control urine after momentum. Someone determined to play her role as if she had. The script heard the cues new the narrative narrative. There is on this list. One significant emission one article I needed and never had a watch. I needed to watch not during the day when I could turn on the car radio or ask ask someone but at night in the motel quite often. I would ask the desk for the time if you how so until finally embarrassed ask again I would call US Angie's and ask my husband in other words. I had skirts jerseys leotards plover sweater shoes. Stockings Bra nightgown rope slippers. Cigarettes Borbon Shampoo toothbrush brush and paste basis soap razor deodorant. ASPIRIN PRESCRIPTIONS Tom. Impacts face cream powder baby oil mojo throw typewriter legal pads pens end files and a house-key but I didn't know what time it was. This may be a parable either of my life as a reporter during this period or of the period itself isn't that brilliance. I do it

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Her dog strollers when she came around the corner he is a it definitely got you know the first level one dipping my toes in the dog stroller worlds and I I did not spend a lot on mine but it was very cool just the ease of pushing it around didn't even just the colors and it looked really sporty and it looks like a cool baby stroller okay so I'll have to have it be I yeah send you one so they can you can try it out as you know. I just wanted to say that for those big dog owners out there they haven't forgotten about about need these big dog they have a heavy duty they have a couple different like heavy duty Hercules had strollers back and hold up to a hundred and ten pounds wow and for kids so and they thought about yeah the big for kids as well like learn fed when you're when you're gonna when you're traveling even the big for kids need a place to like lay down and put their feet up so that's a great idea and pretty big for kids that just are you know there's a lot of senior for babies that yeah. HM and all those other things that they just cannot handle walking that far in all of that so that's a great idea that they thought thought just about this small dog and and dad toy and miniature breeds but also on the other end as well okay Lauren you had the chance to do a taste test at bear and the rap and I'm wondering I think I know what the names of them see what they say that name stands for maybe you know are found out so how was the pros in the got milk yogurt that Nelson tried I'll it's Austin so we knew of this product before heading into their but the and I think they hide that a new flavor that they had at the expo but it's just a great product is made of frozen goat milk which is a great part of Nelson's diet I feed him raw and goat milk is just a great supplement to the rock program and really any any job any it's it just has a lot of nutrients and it's a great daily supplement with the prebiotics than it has in it and and it's just a treat for them because it's froze and it it's fun for the owners too because when we went by there they actually had a screen for the humans and they had the frozen yogurt for the pot so we had a little I sent a party which is a lot of fun and Ralph Lauren you were there too and it's just fine did have a little frozen snack enjoyment with your dog it's just you know you have a screen they have their ice cream and you just hang out so not only is it really happened down but it's it's I think it's just fun for the humans to especially as we warm up there frozen yogurt is such a great tree in the summertime it's so refreshing and it's just a great way to help keep your cool to you everyone will be right back right after this break. state we'll be right back right.

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NCAA's agent certification process draws concern, criticism

Golic & Wingo

02:58 min | 1 year ago

NCAA's agent certification process draws concern, criticism

"The NC double a trying to clarify something my about what went on with their new rule where you have to have bachelor's degree to become an NBA yeah and the NCAA released a statement after drawing criticism and they'll continue to draw they said although some can and have been successful without a college degree as a higher education organization the NCAA values a college education and continues to emphasize the importance of earning a degree we are guided by recommendations from the commission on basketball which spoke with the agent and advisor community that the NCAA certification process should be more stringent than the current process cool story bro agent an adviser committee that sounds like a bunch of haters that sounds like Hey listen let's make it harder for rich Paul because that appears to be the only correct and the thing I don't understand is them saying in this one that you're going to let's get to that line and this doesn't make sense which benchmarks are new rules against the requirements for other organizations that certify agents like the NBA which also requires agents to have a bachelor's degree rich Paul is an MBA agent we're talking about this rule so much because it clearly is trying to exclude one ridge Paul and so I don't understand I'm on the N. B. A. P. A.'s website right now and it's kind of inconsistent to be honest new NBA NBPA agent application check was sent a copy of the highest diploma received or transcripts in PDF format and then in the frequently asked questions section hints more at the idea that if you don't have your diploma yet you need to provide the dates by which you might have been so that part is right click but might is the key word there my in my eye and I would like some answers from somebody who would know or maybe we can reach out Dominic fox four through how this was the CEO of the N. B. PA right for a for a little while there somebody who might know this because again all of it even if the rule is written in clearly fires in the place of what is in practice because rich Paul is an agent yeah he represents the vast majority of players in the NBA and solve all the sudden you're trying to tell me that he's not not and be be a certified I would ask what is that certification really mean read that line again about the highest yeah just as the lights were just as high as degrees haulage no it it does but I'm telling you there's something in the frequently asked questions on this website that hints at the idea of a bachelor's degree okay yeah so I'm saying I don't know when I can't say for sure yet so I'm not going to and I like that clearly but regardless like we see it in practice presents half the major power players in the league yeah and and here's here's more justifica are but just rational for why a bachelor's degrees not a benchmark for any level of success we just brought a few billionaires who dropped out of college for you Bill Gates Larry Ellison mark Zuckerberg Ralph Lauren Steve Jobs Michael dell dell computers so somehow despite that vaunted bachelor degree they manage to ridiculous rule it every capsule loosely in saying and we'll try and get a clarification on what that actually isn't isn't according to the website that junior

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Ex. This is our American stories, and we return to Ralph Lauren story, we left off with him entering his first sale with a pretty big client, New York City Bloomingdale's we bring you back to the late nineteen sixties and a young handsome and confident Ralph Lauren arrives in his sports car to a meeting with Bloomingdale's eager to strike a deal, but not Huey. He showed them to the Bloomingdale tie buyer. That's Marvin Traub a former president of Bloomingdale's. Who said I like the mall by them. I don't want that. Ralph Lauren label on it. I wanted to Bloomingdale labeled. Now, here's Ralph starting in struggling and business back to get an order from Bloomingdale's close to sample case. And said, I will not accept. Without? It's a matter of staying on a path. Staying in a direction having twenty view believing in what you're doing and having the. The scope and the focus to say this is who I want to be this is what I like. An important lesson. For entrepreneurs betting on yourself and your product in having the wisdom for knowing when to strike a deal and went to walk away. And good thing. Ralph did because just a few months later. You would get a call back from Bloomingdale's. Your again is Marvin Traub I thought the ties with terrific. And if he wanted his name on it that was fine. Because I.

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"What will people pay up for what inspires customers to pay more for product? It may not be all that different from what the competition maybe making. We saw the answer to that question today pinball pay up for prestige and that insight defined much of the action assessor with Dow gained hundreds you points as his point four seven point seven four percent. Yep. Today, we have one of the most amazing displays a prestige power that I ever remember with the stocks of Ralph Lauren Estee Lauder and apple three of the most prestigious brands around all exploding higher. Ralph Lauren and Estee Lauder get this day served eight point four percent and eleven point six percent respectively. Capelle better than expected numbers. Well, apple tacked on another one point seven percent with easy. Thanks to the endless parade of by since the company reported last week. Let's take them on by one. Now, you know, I've read I've you before about Estee were, and it's amazing CEO for breezy afraid who is consistent dazzles with his intellect his presence and his innovation. Leave it to the seller of clinic to put on a clinic. Today. Copper school essay glimmered, some blow outnumbers with the fabulous guide up. No wonder the stock soared how about roughly. This was all about the phenomenal leadership. Patrice is young Louis vay. The company's collaborates you who who recruit the code for stiches clothing and his running away with the crowd. Collaborative course with Ralph Lauren Laverne hard work, along with the amazing foolproof reputation of Ralph himself resulted in a spectacular quarter whole new generation of people by wrath, then there's apple the old mass-market prestige brand not only is the apple watch crushing at twelve billion dollar industry with the product looks great. Have you seen that herb MS version, but the watch also saves lives? I just want peace in Europe post this morning about a sixty seven year old new region man who had a serious bathroom and his app. Watch ordinarily contacted rescue personnel yet, not only is it prestigious. It's actually used fall people pay up work. And that's that even mentioned the new iphones that have the same picture quality as a fifteen hundred dollar camera that makes you darn good on Instagram and that's half the point of owning a smartphone. These days at least for the younger generation, you know. You know, what these brands have going for them? And this is really important because this is a way to analyze stocks that I've come I gotta write a book about this. Because it's so good, first and foremost, they hold up when they Konomi gets tough. Okay. That is a major tenant of what I'm talking about. I'm going to quote from Estee Lauder conference call for a moment because for Brazil fade explains his concept. Former eloquently that I ever could. And I quote, I want to emphasize historically, prestige, beauty has been less sensitive economic downturns because as a more affordable luxury driven by repeated purchases and wilty end, quote, so so lasting universality. Esteve orders. Brands as freight explains..

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on KNSS

"All righty. So this story for Ralph Lauren. I'm not good. So originally this was broken a little bit earlier today by big league politics. Bigly. Politics is sort of a fringy news outlet on the right run by gun and Patrick Kelly who used to write for Breitbart news. And so a lot of people are waiting for confirmation before they went with this because sort of you website is we say well Virginia pilot has now confirmed it it's also been confirmed by people who have actually gone down to the library and taken out Ralph Northerns medical school yearbook. Here is the photo. If you can't see it if you're just listening, then what you should know is that there is a photo on. What would be the right hand side love? Ralph Shearer Northerns Facebook page that shows a man standing there holding a beer in black face, wearing plaid pants and baggy jacket. Standing next to another man who is clad in a full on KKK outfit, like what the full white hood and the whole thing and it says underneath al-matar Virginia Military institute interests pediatrics, quote, there are more old drum. Than doctors in this world. So I think I'll have another beer. Yeah. Making some good decisions there. Now. Listen now, I'm sorry. What was that? No, no zero page. If I if I misspoke there. Yeah. I don't think he'd be dumb enough to put it straight on his Facebook page is on his yearbook page from way back when now listen, I have a lot of tolerance for stupid stuff that people did in their youth. I think that most people did a lot of dumb crap when they were young twenty-five medical school is not exactly fifteen. I'm old enough to remember when a bunch of high school kids standing around. Well, native American man pounded a drum in their face or nearly run out of civil society that was like a week and a half ago and those kids were like fifteen sixteen seventeen years old. Ralph northern twenty-five and in medical school. And he said, you know, what snap that photo? Let's do this thing. Yeah. Looking forward to seeing how that goes for him. I have a prediction a fifth Gobert a gubernatorial fifth trimester abortion, maybe in the future for governor. Ralph Northam get to that in just one second who boy that weeks of that guy gets it at first let's talk about the coffee that surely he is going to need later. Morning coffee is an American institution. That's why when it comes to starting my day. I reach for the most American coffee on the.

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

"Dreams are made of I know feel like Ralph Lauren live here or something. Ralph Lauren would die to do all of his photo shoot and campaigns campaign. So talk to me about how you got here. How did you get to this tree house? Tell me about where you're from. When did you become a dreamer? You have so much to talk about huge legacy already at like, how old are you not even thirty twenty eight twenty eight have a clothing brand your world traveler, your so deep and profound to be so young. Where did you first realize that you are creator, and you had creativity in you? Yeah. For sure. Gods? Been a really big part of this for sure I love that. You talk about that. So vainly. Yeah. I mean, it it's definitely been a big part of my life. And I haven't always been a super strong believer had a pretty tragic event happened to me when I was seventeen and everything kinda flipped that next year. Is that what made you strong it is? I've definitely feel like I got my resilience from from that. And I feel like a gained it early on because I think that like even having to go through tragedy. Young it gives you something that you wouldn't have had otherwise, maybe. Yeah. I definitely think it gives you tools to carry along. And I think a lot of people. Don't learn certain lessons that I learned until later on in life sucks. It really really sucks. You definitely go through dark Tom's. But you you gain these tools that help you navigate the world said, it doesn't have to be all terrible. And not love that that you say that the tragedy gave you string. There's always a silver lining for. Sure. And so, yeah, there is a point where I was in a really dark space..

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"And with a company now worth more than ten billion dollars. Ralph Lauren is a bona fide global economy, but Ralph Lauren was not the name. He was born with until the age of nineteen. He was known as Ralph lifts in in the world. I was growing up the The words. words was word within my name. So that name change was not about being Jewish Jewish will being something else. But for this designer the name on the label, isn't what matters most when a woman walks in a room, and she's wearing Ralph Lauren it is not your aspirated for the room to say, she's wearing Ralph Lorant about about what I think is sometimes of fashion victim who has to wear label to prove that she's gonna taste if he enjoys something like that. Of course, you expressing who you are. And if you presumed Ralph Lauren would be wearing Ralph Lauren for our interview shirt, we'd have both been wrong. Well, this shirt I bought it KMart. This is living proof of what I believe. I love the aging of it. I love the rips. I love at all. And I like it. No. I haven't like this because it's the one that I have memories, and how come you chose it for this conversation today. I want to look great and at seventy nine he looks pretty great. But for Ralph Lauren fashion is none about how close make you. It's about how they make you feel. I feel cooler now than ever. Why? Enjoyed my my career, and I'm still working really hard and will fifty years in counting. So let's hope it goes on. He never lost his Shimshon humor. Humor is universal shelving and against the abrasive elements of life. He never hated anyone. He knew what his mother and my mother always knew hatred corrode container. It's carried in its Sunday morning on CBS. And here again is Jane Pauley, and that's former Senator Alan Simpson of Wyoming speaking at the memorial service for his friend president George H W Bush this past week another of Simpson's long standing friendships is literally a matter of heart as Lee Cowan can tell us. As the story goes hard mountain. In Wyoming got its name from the crow Indians. Who fought it looked like the heart buffalo rising more than eight thousand feet? It's often shrouded in clouds. But far below the dark clouds of history stilling for it is here where the ghosts from one of America's most shameful chapters. Still roam. Time was one of tension. Feels not knowing what was going to happen next. It was shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor that an executive order from president Roosevelt ordered anyone of Japanese descent living along the west coast be relocated. As many as one hundred twenty thousand people most of them US citizens rounded up loaded onto trains and sent to places like this penned in behind barbed wire their loyalty and their patriotism questioned member. Member grammar school in San Jose. We would all want to fight to be the one to carry the flag when we did the pledge of allegiance. So now here we are the Heim. Barb wire autos, not citizens. Like, so many others. Norman Neta born and raised in San Jose, California to Japanese parents was up rooted from his home having no idea where is family was headed or for how long now on that day that we left. I was wearing my cub scout uniform baseball baseball glove baseball bat. And as I got on the train 'em piece confiscated my bat. Took your back and running to my father crying about 'em piece. Hard mountain was one of ten camps. The government had hastily constructed the Menendez arrived on a windy day in September nineteen forty two moving their few belongings into their tar paper Barrick. It was only one light in that twenty twenty five foot room L, my mother, my dad, two sisters, my brother, and me all the people that were brought here. What percentage of them were citizens two-thirds close to seventy percent? At its peak. It held some fourteen thousand internees that technically made it Wyoming's third largest city at the time even bigger than the nearby town of Cody the signs would go up. No Japs allowed you sons vicious killed my son that he will Jameh young. Alan simpson. Lived just down the road..

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Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas tie the knot

WCBS Programming

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas tie the knot

"Tomorrow. Singer Nick Jonas got hitched in India CBS's, when did you let the details and actress and singer say I do in India. Nick, Jonas has no reason to be jealous anymore. He married. His love Quantico and Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra an Indian Royal palace where peacocks roam the gardens. People magazine reports the wedding was attended by close family and friends know media were allowed near the grounds. Ralph Lauren dress the wedding party. The couple will take part in a traditional Hindu wedding ceremony tomorrow and host a reception next week

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Welcome back to pass money retail stocks. Ripping hires retail earnings are about to kick into high gear, the X RT retaliate surging seven percents and slumping toy five-month, low back in October in that same time names like Macy's and Tiffany rallying double digits. So is now the time to buy or do you fade move into earnings? Karen, what do you say? Well, I I'm long some. So I guess that'd be the time to buy along. Macy's of long among footlocker. We'll see Macy's this week. I think footlocker and also Michael Kors which was down. I think percents half today on the heels of Ralph Lauren, which even though the earnings were decent. I think people were disappointed. They were disappointed with a few things. I think revenue and same store sales. I think cores in many ways is a similar animal. But in other ways, it's different, and it's a lot cheaper than Ralph so long that going into tomorrow morning works out are worried that the same pattern is going to happen. During other parts of earning season where the stocks are up into earnings. Then sell off. Well, let's face it. You know, we've seen that before. I think that the guidance we're going to get from these retailers with the exception of what we heard from Amazon who's the big one is going to be very very positive. And again, I've gotten along Macy's again, I've got a small position in L brands. I actually think that target is going to crush it into the season. I go on on record saying, I think I think black Friday and cyber Monday and all this stuff is going to dwarf last year for this segment of the consumer. This isn't luxury we're talking about we're talking about middle class. And I think it's going to be a favorite of the Democrats if they take the house, what's the favorite minimum wage. You know, what's ahead win for retail and food. Socks restaurants, stocks haven't they haven't a lot as their minimum wage is already though they have. But Amazon is forcing the rest of the retail space to probably do a little bit more Trump is actually an advocate for raising the minimum wage. I would think that you start to see that. Maybe cracks reason why they're going higher. They're making more money. So no, I think they're going to spend it I think that if they that's a labor costs for. Them. So I think that it's a restaurant leaving. Saving money. Simpson's. Make this better be sky. Consumer has more money to spend. I think that outweighs demand is going to outweigh the supply costs in the market. And I think no matter how you doing Steve wins on shirt. He walks. But I don't know if they can outweigh that headwind of costs. I do think that even if it's a headline risk. You're going to see that in a lot of the restaurant stocks. They having to see you. We haven't really heard them say actually labor costs are killing our business hurt. I haven't had a democratic house either then going to change in the next three weeks and others. You're not gonna hear that commentary from these people change because that was the question we're talking about going into earnings could these guys disappoint base. Mark forward price to split screen here. I'm talking. Well, no, you've gotta stress can I talk. I could do a triple so. A lot of these retailers sort of floundering sort of trading sideways until Amazon missed had that big Dan draft. And I think the head of the tailwinds for these talks have been on Amazon whether justified or not I'm I'm of the inclination that you fade a lot of these retailers specifically nordstroms in earnings next week because in terms of valuation some of them just gotten to expensive. All right for more on one retailer set to report this week. Let's bring in Mike co in San Francisco, I'm Mike. Area. So we were looking at Michael Kors today. So the implied move right now on earnings is about ten percent. We saw well above average, call volume one of the traits that really stuck out to me was a purchase of a thousand of the weekly fifty nine strike calls as we're trading for just under two bucks. So those are obviously bullish bets that we're going to see a positive move off wearning and the point of all of the names, we were just talking about this one isn't particularly expensive..

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"So when I open the cabinet, it would look like Ralph Lauren store, and that was an aspirational moment for me. I felt like now I've made it. I'm Barbara Walters came to her first interview. That's what I wanted. I showed her my house. She said, what have you done as cynical who's related, you see my Ralph Lauren tiles? Yes. So you're like a see? I think I feel I don't know what my legacy. I don't know if I want to take a legacy. I wanted to continue doing what I'm doing and doing whatever I can to make things better. What do you whole secret question. I don't know if I can answer that question because I never thought of that. I think of my myself and my. How I am as a person I've made mistakes, another angel about God. But I do see. Goodness in the world. I do have one. I don't want to give you all these books smoke. It's. I really feel good about being good, feel good about doing the right thing. I'm very busy with a lot of worlds and a lot of things on some levels of miss each other. You know, I've been married for fifty four years. That's a long time and you miss each other, you can have a conversation living together and they have an argument to say why we have that. And I don't want hurt their prison. And so you go through things and in forget. So what I do like is is I'm looking for peace and comfort. A my, you know, I have what I need. I, I don't want to not work because I love working. I think I. I wanted to give when I opened this place in Harlem relevance center Phuc cancer care. I was very thrilled. Did I was thrilled 'cause I had nothing to gain out of the wasn't a public relations few just doing it to create awareness for the public relations plan. I would hate it. So what I don't want is that I'm really still averse simple person. I don't feel like fifteen years now because in two thousand three did that the cancer center under rough? Yes. Yeah. So things don't always work as well as you want it to work, but you know, you gotta stop and smell the roses. Occasionally, I just wanted to say that the peop- pointy campaign is like a worldwide initiative helping.

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"It comes from people come to someone walking by, you'll see them so this fabric or see, and I'll never know why it's not. Sometimes it comes in the most unexpected things and the ideas have come. I think if that was it was a gift given to me, honestly. How did I do this? I finish his show and it's over and people standing in the clothing they coming up. Visit us when you looked at the WBZ's fifty years of Ralph Lauren, and all of the various designed stories about those designs over the years where you were you a little bit in all yourself. Like the look at the guy's handsome. I see the changes. I, I think when you see you buddy a work. When I finished this book buildings, both of these books. But this one, particularly like if years. The coffee game with the young people that I was with who helped me with the book civil route. How do you feel about the book now and. I burst out crying sounds terrible, but it's it's draining. 'cause it's like your whole life is in the book, but well, I'm looking through fifty years of rough, warn beautiful coffee table book by the way people get it and this is your life. I would cry too. If I was looking at this, I would be in awe of my own life as I am. I am and all you know who this is ages, you know. The differences. I think we all we earn away. We know who we are working, but we would look in all of a sudden, I'm looking at that guy in who see, you know what I'm looking at the I liked it, but I. Does this feel like your life doesn't? It does? It does. It does. It's it's a, it's a dream life that I always wanted, and it's life that I've gotten. Loves though that you rough learn can say even to yourself. Now you look at your life sometimes and say, how did this happen? How did this all come to me? How will I do it for years? But you keep going down a lot of right things or make that happen. Well, you mentioned earlier about a brain tumor and something that nobody can prepare for. How did that inform the way you lived? Well, it's. It's a major nightmare. That's good too. Approach to life guy goes down who's walking down the runway who's who's getting a standing ovation. And this other guy who's docked to says, well, we saw something we'd like to have an x Ray. As you feel something first before they saw something though my us we're bringing so anyone has ringing is forget it. It's called tinnitus. It's not the same thing might use when winging yielded my kids. One night. I don't remember. I woke up and my is coming in and I was somewhat panic. They said, this doesn't stop what? What what is. So went to a few doctors and one doctor said, let's take a cat scan to cat scan and had nothing to do with reading the is, but he said, we see a little a little small Brunei Jomo the caller. And I said, what. I mean, so if you want that to real person who said, look, I've gotten homeless wanted. God gives me over this and then this guy's thing to me ever bring them around. I'm in the top of the world and I have a brain through them at the same time. That's about the most extreme thing that you could live with the nightmare of your life. It's one of the night because then you start mmediately listen. I had a swollen salivary gland double months ago. And is away. What does this mean before we get to the doctor? You start playing the story in your mind of everything? Yes, exactly. You're going to have to alter your life and so very quickly to goes right through you. Yes. So I had the. I went through it, but it was remember, you know, having and say, what am I gonna do? We're which I who Dr chassis. Who's going to help me and it was very frightening, but I met the surgeon is that we can take care of. This is nothing you know and believe it or not. I went running in the park the next day and and I did get was uprated on. Fortunately, I think I came back with a vengeance because after it was over after it was recuperating. I really think I got stronger than ever was. It scare you them. It's a nightmare of your life..

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"The smartest way to hire. So you hadn't even thought about the, there's so you went from ties immediately to women goal was really to. Have the opportunity to do what I wanted to do and to make a living from my family had no GRANDE thoughts. While I had no thoughts, except I felt like I can do certain things, and I was bailable to make it happen. I pushed it. I went. I was all alone. I had a little draw in the Empire State building. It says, when did this idea to become. A designer I went with the time, it just came. It started made the ties shirts. I made suits all of a sudden people coming to buy it in the stores at what else can we do. And all of a sudden I was. And at that time the names were coming from Europe. It was hardy Amy's and Pierre Cardin and all European fashion designers in women's not meant. I guess I had a head start because when that happened, I had Bloomingdale's loving, Mike things in another stores were Neiman Marcus and Gallus Texas. They all started go and say, we want Colo in one and added Ralph Lauren to when they talked about designer names and it wasn't a brand. They wanted the name. So that's I edit polo Ralph Lauren to all those names. You just mentioned Pierre Cardin and others. They're no longer here..

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Ralph, Lauren, welcome to super soul conversations, podcasts and own magazines year, big questions. Now, the last time we had a conversation like this was in two thousand eleven, and we were at the double r l. and I told you the story about driving past and counting the miles to your fence. Seven and a half miles at how aspiration that had been in their way. Think of you wanna go Colorado. Do you think. Does open the still looking at the fence? Yes, I am. So it's been. It's been a while it's been a while, but today were at your icon ick restaurant. You know, this is my favorite restaurant in the world. Nice. That's great. Yeah, this one and Chicago because Jacobo actually started before this one, right? Yes. And I, I remember telling you that when our ELLs opened in Chicago, it was a cold winter's night that was so deep. It was like a blizzard. And I remember saying said, we've gotta go, we've got to go and we walked across the street because our ELLs was right across the street from from the water tower, but I'm happy to be celebrating with the rest of the world. Your fiftieth anniversary. Well, it's very wonderful that I'm going to be with you. Yeah. 'cause I'm very, very. Live with you. You will. You know that you an international fixture, you're an innovator and are true legend. And when you hear that all of the accolades and all the accolades to come as we're all celebrating what it means to be who you are for fifty years. What does that mean to you? Does it does it register? It doesn't register finesse that question before and you know, life is very quick time was quick. So I see things moving very fast and I love what I do. I never stopped to say what you is. How many years I've done it every once in a while you have an anniversary fifty years is interesting to look at somebody else. I still think that I'm twenty to thirty to forty two, and I really feel that way. So I don't feel I don't know where the. Time has gone really terms of. How do I feel about it? I'm happy that I'm well have a good family and I'm enjoying my work and it's exciting, and I think I'm in the best place I've ever been. I loved it. Beautiful coffee table book, the wrath, Lauren book. Will you riding a horse on the five? And I actually loved reading it as much as saying all of the pictures. And you open by saying when I was very young growing up in the Bronx, I saw the world through a glass window, not the one that looked out on the school yard where we played bass basketball, but the one that looked out on my dreams and like most young people, I didn't know if I would ever achieve those dreams because when you're not born with money and you have to go out and work to buy a shirt or pear pants, you take nothing for granted pick your John because we just take a question I saying, how did you know to dream big enough to become Ralph Lauren? And what is your message actually somewhat of any age on how to fulfill their dreams because you're just, I love the fact that you have the pictures of you as a kid. And we see this pictures of kid who became Ralph Lauren, and that's just because you had big ideas for yourself. Well, let didn't know what the ideas were. You know, I, I felt special, but I didn't know if I was special in that time. I will was very small. My friends lived on from park and my friends were singing rock and roll songs, and I was just happy to have friends and never thought about where I was going. I never knew what a designer was had no concept that I would be that of two brothers. And I would have some of the Hamby downs, and I thought it was cool, and it was cool because I felt like, hey, it looks like I went to college and nowadays we call Tammy down vintage. So vintage has big word. Now. In fact, my show that I'm just doing right now is has a lot of that spirit and you say, I always love the girl convertible with their hair bullying. In the way, when I started to design clothes for women, they were four that natural girl. I didn't like the girl. Out of makeup high heels..

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on WTVN

"That movie wouldn't have been so, harrowing would, have been Skyscraper Put a drone up and had to go up ninety five, floors put that damn hanging out with a. Jump that was an amazing. Job did you? See, yes I did Yeah I didn't think he. Would I didn't think you would make that close. Call, yeah Very close call very close call so. Anyway Out. In Portland You know I would really like to could we open the phones for anybody who is listening to us in Oregon or or. The surrounding areas anybody who was in Vancouver Washington anyone in in southern Washington state The hell is happening Now I personally think this is my grandfather's prediction of the people who are just too damn weird for California, are moving up here and that's what he said where we, lived in Washington state and. I think that's true the ones who were not the ones who are turned off by the commercialism of Hollywood and southern California and thought that was all a sell out, the ones who really really believed in something they moved. Up into, the woods you know they came up into, into the Pacific northwest and so that's. A real die hard socialists almost communist compound up there in areas and they're serious and they are smack dab next to people who when I was growing up, always wore flannel shirts These are the people that you know Eddie Bauer is Ralph Lauren And it's there the farmers they're, the loggers there the Boeing workers and, they're just hard-working normal people. And they're not into, communism and you're you've got these two forces and at some point The, people who, were you know we're Eddie Bauer not going to take it. Because they're they're seeing things destroyed and put yourself into into Portland say your say you're living in Portland say. Even you know you don't like Donald Trump. K. but you're not a radical I just want to read this story along the trolley tracks behind the US immigration and customs enforcement field office a biohazard cleanup crew works under police protection it finds used needles in buckets of human waste simmering in, a nearly. Hundred degree heat, the smell of urine and feces fills the block for more than five weeks as, many as. Two hundred people had, occupied this the, the site to demand ISIS immediate, abolition they're gone now but the community, is left reeling thirty eight. Days of government sanctioned Anarchy will do this this is, from the Wall, Street Journal a mob, surrounded, ISIS, office in, southwest Portland June nineteenth they barricaded the exits and blocked driveway. They sent quote guards and quote to patrol the doors trapping the workers inside at night they.

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on KDOW

"Thing if you don't have one minute or two minutes during the day to go to the video and take my instructions i don't know what you're going to keep listening to these guys are you kidding me what are you nuts we also have a great opportunity with the which socks like valero stocks like valero ralph lauren get great opportunity where stocks like ralph lauren but the bank stocks these stocks are prices you want to be your bank stocks materials and industrials and i focus on no three four you so here's the number eight seven seven six hundred gang okay all right the relationship between the financial markets are banks and our economies gdp growth is vital as vital and when the financial sector accelerates that's the only time the economy's gonna grow when you hear this we can grow this economy at four or five percent the guy's not the only time we've been at a growth of washington three percent for ten years the only way we're going to get from two point eight percent to five percent or even four percent if the financial markets and our economic gdp growth work together and it's not happening the financial sector is breaking down just like before the crash of two thousand eight so if they come in and do quantitative easing to try to save it they'll print money and no by all the ten year treasury's the drop the yield from three percent down to near zero you push everybody the bond market into the stock market to save the market so it doesn't crash if that happens my gang will be to do very very well if they decide not to say the banks not to do qe there will be in a good position to make money as the market goes.

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South Korea, Kim Jong and Senior Partner discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:05 min | 2 years ago

South Korea, Kim Jong and Senior Partner discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Further shown today with the strong results at a ralph lauren 'cause ralph lauren is also primarily a men's clothing manufacturer even though they do have women's clothing and housewares so i think nordstrom's right now represents one of the best values in the retail sector thanks very much for being with us ivan finds that he is senior partner chief investment officer tigris financial partners talking about retail shares of target they are lower right now by about three and a half percent and nordstrom stock is down about two percent so far this year this is bloomberg to get a check on what's happening outside the business world with his deep rich voice i love michael barr please appear thank you very much president trump heads the long island today to hold roundtable on immigration and stopping violence by the ms thirteen gang the president has recently defended his use of the term animals to refer to violent gang members the president made a similar trip to this area of new york last summer to talk about ms thirteen with law enforcement officials the ntsb as a major new recommendation to make school buses safer officials suggesting that all new school buses have both lap and shoulder belts the recommendation comes in the wake of several fatal crashes ntsb chairman robert some old we have tiptoed around that for a long time and it's time to take a hard stance on this the news follows last week's school bus crash in new jersey that left a student and a teacher dead foreign journalists have departed my train to watch the dismantling of north korea's nuclear test site after eight reporters from south korea received last minute permission to join them north korean leader kim jong known as allowed the group to observe the closing of the site deep in the north north east mountains global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg thank you very much michael.

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Ralph Lawrence, Jc Penney and Reporter discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Ralph Lawrence, Jc Penney and Reporter discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Beat fiscal secondquarter estimates core up one and a half percent the chip maker said it will buy back as much as a billion dollars of stock that's about a nine point eight percent stake based on yesterday's closing price and going back to retail earnings tiffany up fifteen percent the jewelry retailers fiscal first quarter profit and sales beat the average estimates by the widest margins in years tiffany raised this year's earnings forecast and said it would buy back as much as a billion dollars of stock ralph lawrence up three and a half percent fiscal fourth quarter results at the prowl maker and retailer beat projections ralph lauren sales at locations open more than a year otherwise known as same store sales fell less than analysts expected urban outfitters though down two and a half percent your power retailers shares are lower even though first quarter earnings and sales topped estimates bear in mind or urban outfitters shares have more than doubled in the past nine months and just mentioned right lows the stock moving higher in preopening trading the day after they've announced that they got a new you see yo marvin ellison well there you go that's certainly part of the mix as well moving over from jc penney indeed all right now it's time to talk about student debt with our education reporter emily wilkins joining us from washington emily thank you very much for.

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"ralph lauren" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ralph lauren" Discussed on KPCC

"Robotic uh kind of collection and i think what was unsettling is that at this moment in time all of those things that once seemed so glossy unperfect and aspirational and berry hollywood have been called into question uh we we started to look at them with a jaundiced eye were suspicious of them because they've proven to be not only just imperfect but in some cases quite rotten to the core isn't this who ralph lauren is though i mean this is always been his thing right there sort of a pref be americana is his trademark in a way i think that it that is very true and that's what makes his clothes classic but it's all about the context in which you're seeing them um i think back to when wrappers in hip hop performers really started to embrace ralph lauren and they put those clothes into a different contacts and those clothes spoke to a burgeoning new era when he put his purple label super tailored falvo rosedale tailoring suits on the black model tyson backward we see it in a different way and i think what is most striking about this collection is that you know these comments are not particularly unusual for rough one but the contacts doesn't seem to be shifting you got blue blazer as you have ties and scarves with like a lot of sailing motif going on there is even a pair of shorts that are made out of like raincoat material on what would you like to see instead in this moment.

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