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"ramon company" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Will receive. Margie Schaefer. KCBS after permanently closing about 130 clubs. 24 Hour Fitness one court approval yesterday to exit bankruptcy by the end of the year. San Ramon company was crippled by temporary Jim closures meant to slow the spread of the coronavirus 24 Hour filed for bankruptcy protection in June, it will reduce its debt by roughly $1.2 billion through the approved plan. Jim Jane has closed 13 clubs in the Bay Area. A bill to ban raced a doping of horses and set national medication and track safety standards for the horse racing industry is nearing the finish line. Lawmakers gave final approval to the bill late yesterday as part of the massive legislation on spending and pandemic relief passage of the Horse Racing Integrity and Safety Act. Comes after a serious of doping scandals and horse fatalities in recent years. President Donald Trump is expected to sign the bill in the next few days. The rules have been crafted Pretty clearly The ICU Ward custodian deserves the covert vaccine before the wealthy CEO. A CBS reporter Tim Ryan has a warning from a global health and corruption experts at the University of San Francisco professor Terran van and expert in global health and corruption, says the rules on who receives the vaccine, first in California were well crafted. It's true that in execution, some of those rules were not implemented in ways that were equitable. The idea of vaccinating the attending physicians at Stanford before the residents, was she Has a mistake that up ended health care workers and led to an apology. The end says there will be attempts to cut in line for a vaccine that must be rejected. You know if there's any way I'm not asking you to do anything that's against the rules. But is there a way that I could get this vaccine? And so they're indirectly putting some pressure and kind of 15 the frame of the decision to can you help out a friend? The end says one tool against this sort of inequity is public shaming. Tim Ryan KCBS in just about two minutes. We're going to take a look at him..
"ramon company" Discussed on KCBS All News
"A recovery and travel which has been devastated by the pandemic. The Airline Pilots Association today said the deal will allow United to spread a reduced amount of flying across the airlines 13,000 pilots to save jobs until at least next June. The money Watch casing Brooks Marquis, the stock market, performing rather well today, one of the better sessions in some time and coming after two positive sessions last week. Getting help from the banking and energy sectors. Today two groups of stocks that are really been beaten up over the past month. The tech sector also doing well today. Apple Test A leading the way right before the closing bell, the Dow is up 404 points, NASDAQ gaining 196. And the SNP is up. By 51 Point. Energy stocks surging higher, thanks in part to a merger of equals between Oklahoma Cos. Devon Energy and W P X Energy Chevron also doing some heavy lifting after getting a Bank of America's stock rating. Upgrade the client note lift thes San Ramon company to a buy rating and gives it a $96 price target. Nearly 35% above today's starting price with B of a liking Chevron's purchase of Noble energy and its massive spending cuts. A Chevron stock last week fell by 8%. And it's been down 40% since the start of the year on the money Watch Jason Brooks, KCBS. We make us a insurance for veterans like James, a former drill instructor made of high expectations when he got into a fender bender and called his old insurance company. He got the run around. That's when his Marine buddy told James about Yusa..
"ramon company" Discussed on KCBS All News
"A Bank of America's stock rating upgrade client lift Thie San Ramon company to a buy rating and gives it a $96 price target. Nearly 35% above today's starting price with B of a liking Chevron's purchase of Noble energy as well as massive spending cuts the spider energy sector. It was the worst performer last week down over 10%. Chevron Down 15% Over the past month this morning, Chevron shares up more than 2% Tao gaining over 350 points before the opening bell NASDAQ futures up 200 points and the S and P up 44 points on the money. Watch Jason Brooks KCBS. For all our sakes, we need to avoid crowds as much as possible. But what if you need to go to the post office or mail letters and packages? Whether you're a small business or have a new work from home? Set up stamps dot com can help print postage on demand and never pay full price with access to discounted rates. You can't even get the post office like five cents off every stamp and up to 62% ofthe U. S. P s and UPS shipping rates. Print official US stamps and labels right from your home or office computer for any letter. Any package anywhere you want to send once your mail's ready. Just leave it for your mail carrier schedule a free package, pick up or drop it off. No human contact required. Right now, Listeners get a special offer that includes a four week trial, plus free postage and a digital scale without any long term commitment. Just go two stamps dot com. Click on the microphone at the top of the home page and type in Listen. Stamps dot com entered. Listen, Stay safe. My friends. I see my students with Nazi symbols on their hands. I'm hearing an uptick in the n word. I just was like, what is happening? Listen to the new podcast. Siri's sounds like hate. Subscribe anywhere. You received your favorite podcasts. KCBS traffic and weather.
"ramon company" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion
"So so. Do you often advise people look. You're building this thing. But no one's going to know about it. No no you so you have a great account opening software or exist how will how are People GonNa know shore or are they thinking about? It are the their marketing people thinking about on this list. Picky about it I mean. Don't get me wrong. These individuals very self aware and they understand the challenges. There they understand how they make money lose money. They understand the challenges of technology Just on different places on the COF- adoption right and I don't think I ever really gonNA conversation and they'll in somebody says to be you know we have the skills to do this. But it's obvious that they don't that's not usually it's usually like you know we want to do this but we also know we have to change the improve the skillset. Ad- addict tease Additional training etc. We only need to love. This is a new capability for the institution right like I said. Only twenty percent by Credit Union in America have online account opening so that means eighty percent of them have no existing capability. There right they have to learn it right in some form in. So it's not it's not particularly revolutionary to think that that that's going to need to happen and that's not a two week process hiring people who and I know this Ramon Company catalyst you guys. Fischl see this. Is You know that takes time. Yeah are you seeing a lot of outsourced? It at these at the banks. You're talking to. We are seeing that more and more and actually I was in an interesting regulatory conversation. Recently with the Fed regulator and particularly talking to smaller banks and credit unions situations with obviously increasing regulation which is also very topical in the industry. One of the things that the examiner said is you know. Cybersecurity is a big risk. And one of the bank is Short. He's an icon in particular roosting ICON. Giving get really good cio with security expertise to apply to work at mine solution right and there might be a four hundred million dollar bank in a potentially rural community. It's it's difficult and the regulators said. I hear that a hundred percent and I have no objection to five of getting together and getting a fifth of out so cio interesting right. And so. I think you're GonNa see that more and more particularly at the lower asset level where it just. It's just so burdensome. Sounds more like a credit union thing just on the face of it. They're they're a little bit more about the sharing sharing resources. But you know that's that I heard a regulators say to a group of banks. The banks will not even saying. That's a very practical approach to this. Because you're right like this expertise needs to happen. It needs to happen from a growth perspective with something like mantle but are also needs to happen from a security perspective from an Infosec perspective Mesaba security perspective. These banks need to to have that expertise or somebody who call on. So I'm definitely seeing it outsource more and more. I'm also seeing digital marketing. Outsourced also think that that is is is one of the better ways for bank to learn to start with right Have somebody come in do for a little while to get going but oh set while they doing the training the talent that you have internally yeah right it's not to say that somebody that's in marketing or it is an expert of the core banking systems an expedited outdoor advertising cannot learn digital. They absolutely can. They just need some time to get the cover on it right and so we're seeing that a lot. Yeah it does seem like you're you're giving something up outside your walls and I think a lot of these guys I can understand the reluctant so I guess too I for a lot of people to outsource in that sense. Absolutely but yeah the challenges. You can't have everything inside your walls. What new technology are you most excited about? What are you? What are you keeping your eye on that you think is going to have a positive impact in banking Yup. So I'm a little different in that. I don't necessarily think you know I'm not going to sit here. And say you know blockchain's GonNa Change everything or anything like that. Although I do think it's an interesting thought. Experiment if the. Us dollar was on a blockchain. Ray China's going to do that right China's pudding and I think that's the bull case for for blockchain technologies because it would avoid it would then have puffy taxation and no money laundering because the Federal Reserve could see everydollar moved in the in the economy right But I think that the two things that I look at it and I think a really interesting over the next twenty four months which I think is a little bit more actionable these. Everybody's talking about payments payments getting foster the flipside of payments getting foster and community regional banks. Don't have his capability today. The big is starting to Israel time transaction monitoring if you increase the velocity of payments you need to increase the velocity of the checks. You're doing on this payments right now. The big AML providers that are feeding a lot of these laws and things like that all the regulatory mccombs from perspective a batch and so banks finding out about transactions twenty four forty eight hours after their initiated. When they're already out and Ethan and that's a Cape tential potentially in a in a World War Two three days to settle but that is absolute death from a risk perspective and a compliance perspective in real time. Well and so I think a lot of attention goes to the real time payments and not enough attention to time transaction monitoring. It's an area that we've been working on With a with a a a great friend and partner of outscored alloy here. And you'll fintech great company. Great Company at Tommy Charles and Laura wholesome and I think that that's something that's going to be really interesting and then kind of the flip side and I think you know institution go out with real time and don't have that other piece you know again. Unfortunately get hurt. I think the other thing. And that's and that's now you can do that today right now in you could have done that last year but it would cost in a leg in the big guys could afford it that construction starting to come down and I think it's going to go mainstream as we'll time payments mainstream so it's interesting. The second thing I'd say is that the industry generally has had has made huge leaps and bounds on the consumer side in terms of automation and customer experience..
"ramon company" Discussed on KGO 810
"Good afternoon I'm Pat Thurston so listen I know this is very very short because we just had Medea Benjamin on we're gonna take a break find out about the news check in with the key in the door get some traffic update and then we'll come back there two things I want to do when we come back and one is I'd like to talk a little bit do you know just a very little bit more about Iran right now we haven't talked about impeachment for awhile and we come back I'd love to get your response to John Bolton offering to testify if he is subpoenaed offering to testify I'm in the Senate trial of the impeachment we'll talk about a couple of things in that regard and if there may be some way that he can testify even if the Republicans vote not to allow new witnesses to come forward in the Senate I don't know if there's a way to make that happen but I certainly think there's an open question and we'll discuss it you're listening to KGO they're still on KGO eight ten some say I'm a humidor in this news updates sponsored by all state southern California congressman Duncan hunter has submitted his letter of resignation it comes one month after the Republican pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations hunter says to leave office on Monday hunter and his father represented the San Diego county district for nearly thirty years president trump vows to give Congress more details of the intelligence that led him to order the killing of top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani but he says the general's trip to Baghdad was what he called a bad a business course on about Costantini reports the general was trailed for much of the week the US had been tracking because seems silly money for several days president trump revealed without giving away why specifically the decision was made to kill the Iranian general when he landed in Baghdad he was traveling with the head of Hezbollah they weren't there to discuss a vacation they were there to go to a nice resort some place in Baghdad they were there to discuss bad business Julie money was traveling with the head of an Iranian supported militia group also killed the president added there is classified information that may be made public soon to back up the need to strike early Friday morning Bob Constantini the White House chevron says it's moved all its non Iraqi employees and contractors out of a rock amid heightened tensions there between the United States and Iran the San Ramon company says it's worker safety is a top priority chevron has only been operating in the self governing Kurdish region of northern Iraq and country group rascal Flatts has announced a farewell tour.
"ramon company" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"It up. Just a tiny bit. You sound like your character from the forties. Possibly the thirties. There was actually a little ongoing for what was what was Mr Drysdale's hails Mr Drysdale. Yeah it was like. We're doing one of those radio shows from the thirties was like not with Adam and Alison. I would love to do that. But you know who would be sad gills Aaron. Yeah Oh yeah. What was our show? Oh called Hot Cup of JOE WITH ACE over easy. Yeah yes she never knew what we're doing. Yeah she didn't yeah. That was our show all all right. You should know her pitch to me Teresa Strasser when I went I went ended. Andy Cohen show the gays and my wife were so insane with this Andy Cohen Business. You know and he's a hero because Adam they said he'd never been a TV. He has Walleye. Yeah it's unbelievable unbelievable. I went into his anyway. It was a big deal so I want in their Gills Aaron. And then when we're done. She did that thing that all craze narcissists where they ago. You're really funny. You know by forty seven years old. I'm doing comedy for twenty years. You're funny and then you go thanks. It was nice. Yeah if you're good to it's good way. Hey seriously you're funding like you realize I'm telling you you're funny. This is not sesing your comedic Cappella right right. It's a super narcissistic move that they don't realize narcissistic because they think it's magnanimous. Because then grab your arm for the second one they go your four. You don't understand. I have come down from the mountain with these tablets. That say you're funny on it and it's like Oh you think I'm funny. Well let me the reserve fucking agent manager on the phone this this completely thinking you were more of. Like a Laurence Olivier pitching you that way. It's dramatic okay. You had no idea what I did before this but now you have an idea of what I do. Thank you for the compliment. Now I'm going to go have another drink. We'll move on and it's like no no no you don't get it. I think something of you is really what it is cree right you yes so I was like thanks a lot and then at some point. She said We we need to do a show together you and me and I said yeah what kind of show. And she said the reason we. We're so good together. We're so well by the way it'd be like it saying Jerry. Seinfeld was really good with that stool that he was resting water on when he did that. Ninety minute set like our could've just put this put the thing on the ground. It wouldn't matter manner. That was all Seinfeld but she was like you're funny and I don't get comedy and you can ask. What's her husband's name you ask Bobby? Where's about by the way? If you say you don't get comedy or your pussy stinks. I don't have to go clear with your her husband. I'll take your word for you. Know what I mean. If you said you were this close to the Olympics women's softball team in one thousand nine hundred four then they don't ask bobby but if you say something wildly uncomplimentary I don't need to check it like if somebody says I'm a registered sex offender you WanNa talk to my parole officer. It'll be like no I I got you. I heard you go get the fuck out. No way cancer grownups. 'cause you don't look that I want to talk to a guy. Wears his badge on on his belt. And get some confirmation. That's weird thing there's logically self deprecating liar. There's badge on the chest there's badge in the wallet and then there's badge on the belt guy. Yeah what is that. That's in law enforcement but maybe not for the long haul. Yeah or I I I like it. I don't love it or something I don't know what it is but there's there's in the there's on the chess there's then there's the so she was explained to me that we'd make a hell of a team because I'm funny and she doesn't get humor and I really like we'd make a hell of a crew team because you got a huge each back and I have no arms. Basically what she was pitching me so she's excited. He'd like she was telling you why in her head. It seems like a good idea for her. That's how narcissistic yes it is. Yes all right Let's see so Ray Ramon company coming in here. Just watched your documentary Tayo about that when they show up. Teresa Strasser is got A little I don't know what you bring you..
"ramon company" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Stuff that happen so he was going through and when you do that you discovery has to do a lot of sifting through paperwork and all that other stuff you know i mean it became on these things that he has this great idea where he's like i have an idea where you can likes this third a lot quicker but in the a program and so the lawyers that the people he worked for trust him they didn't want him to do anything because they said here's our problem we charge a bit of money and it takes us to while so like the more time we put into they would lose building at how right exactly yeah he they told him to shush about it so he made the you know saying where he said oh okay well you know i just want you guys know that if i quit my job today with you and i went into my own thing i could start loan jeff ramon company because this ideas that good through of course i was a i mean us beer so anyway i mean i probably would have said the same thing monologue i don't know but anyway well they fired him and turns out today ended up suing him because most of it a good idea well in the funny thing is is he didn't he didn't tell him tire idea he just kinda told them i have a great idea sure it can help with also shut so when they heard less billing message shut up oh he basically look at the first year like why are they not want have a caregiver get it and so anyway were they decided to um you know state turnaround soon because they were scared he was going to share the trade secrets and all of that what not whatever thing so anyway he decided to launch his own company and with that we're gonna come back they're gonna say center near come back to the next listen what's really launch discovery and when we come back we'll go find out what it is what it is right now sounds great and when we come back we're talking about small business there are by.
"ramon company" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Time it one pm song was made in your speech relatively your clutter gain please responsible cbs wednesday and two kituku she wasn't targeted she was a witness one it's easy targets sticks to his pattern usually kills in twos who really to dilute profer dear to go even since bruce deliver we've given to the mind of the killer the wednesday pushed wins news time one twenty six now bloomberg money watch on tin tin win sponsored by windowrama and here's larry ski with a live report the nation's job market stumbled last month losing thirty three thousand jobs it was the first monthly decline in jobs in seven years the unemployment rate did improve falling four point two percent wages were higher stock prices are falling on the news and plan analysts were disappointed with the jobs report the dow jones industrial average falling thirty one the s p 500 is down six the nasdaq composite down two points kellogg is on a health kick the maker of frosted flakes and poptarts has agreed to pay six hundred million dollars but the maker of our export comes days after kellogg hired poor vitamin d vitamin executive steve kale lane as its new ceo best buy is making a push into the market for electronic gadgets that help families to monitor seniors living on their own bloomberg business week reports google microsoft and samsung ramon company he's targeting the smart who market bloomberg money watch a twenty six and fifty six past every hour i'm larry konchesky for attenton win wins news time one twenty seven cbs friday put your trust in that guy ever one part of jiyane's molecule option and you know all this wash lot of youtube videos one party zero if anybody wants by one hundred percent unstoppable things go wrong he's the only one i trusted figure things out i will wpro news cbs friday or stream it live or on demand cbs sunday at one shot at this guy was this agency as los angeles naval criminal investigative service no emission cuts to fine we need to go into cover known the nordic capable of running editor no no limits going off.