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"ray hoffman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Us on Twitter at CBS news radio CEO radio I'm ray Hoffman a lot of dreaming goes into the practice and business of landscape architecture and when it comes to a major project turning seven marshy islands in a Florida canal into a combination urban center and boating destination for the city of Cape coral one person stream can easily run afoul of than others so for Chris tight co founder of Dick's heightened partners the landscape architecture firm involved in this very big idea there's no dreaming aloud until you talk to the very essence many stakeholders so you don't come and saying this is what we think you should do we walked to the community through the design process starting out with interviews with stakeholders gathering all the background information site what the jurisdictions what was after but also with the general community was after what the homeowners association all of their interests we listened we held a charrette yeah even a sure at once is your rent not a religious ceremony it's an intensive planning session for designers and stakeholders more about it on the next CEO radio I'm right Hoffman joining us now is Dr Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases at NIH what can you tell us in terms of the Americans been exposed and in fact it will forty them of gotten infected they are not going to go anywhere they're gonna be in hospitals in Japan people who have symptoms will not be able to get on the evacuation plane others are going to be evacuated starting imminently to airforce bases in the United States if people on the plane start to develop symptoms they'll be segregated within the plane so there's a very firm plan with this seven forty seven that is going to take these passengers now who have been there if you want to stay in Japan your last chance would be to get on the plane and leave or you stay there when you come back to the United States importantly this still subjected to a fourteen day quarantine and the reason for that is that the degree of transmissibility on that cruise ship is essentially a kid to being in a hot spot a lot of transmissibility on that cruise ship so for the Americans who are in fact of what does that actually mean what what is the state of their healthy I well it varies I mean you could be infected and have minimal symptoms but you still have the possibility of transmitting it to someone else well you could be infected and have some significant long disease that would require hospitalization and perhaps even some serious intervention it now Malaysian health authorities have also said there was an eighty three year old American woman who had been on a different cruise ship which ended up docking in Cambodia she landed in Malaysia and then tested positive at this kind of spread does this indicate this is becoming a pandemic well a pandemic is when you have multiple countries throughout the world that have a school sustain transmission from person to person to person multiple generations right now there are twenty four countries in which there are over five hundred cases several of them are starting to get to the second and third transmission so technically speaking the WHL wouldn't be calling this a global pandemic but it certainly is on the verge of that happening reasonably soon unless containment is more successful than it is right now there are experts landing in China this weekend right Americans will be among them is there anyone from your team and and what is the difference yeah if say the CDC had been allowed in verses whatever you a check in the market to be honest with you we really should not be talking about that because the sensitivity of coming out ahead of the Chinese making any kind of announcement but you're correct this is a masters on this program last weekend and we're on that list well then if he says it and they're on that list yes but it but what is the difference there why would it be more beneficial to reserve your agency be able to send people have CDC officials well the reason is because first of all this our CDC of the best epidemiologist in the world they can be helpful to the Chinese as well as get information first hand all eyes ears and boots on the ground so it really is to be helpful as part of the WHL group because it the WHL has been criticized perhaps being too careful around the Chinese government a part of it you an agency they receive international funding China has tremendous power over them is that criticism fair you know I don't know if it's fair or not but certainly it's been spoken about I mean clearly the director of WH show doctor Ted roses really of an outstanding person and on the very difficult circumstances I think he's doing a very good job at the present has said at least twice so far that the virus.
"ray hoffman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"E. O. radio I'm ray Hoffman and a short lesson in hiring from Kevin America he's then quite a bit of it since twenty eighteen when he himself was hired as CEO of the Calgary based modular interiors maker jerk environmental solutions for one thing the sales operation that used to report directly to the CEO is now supervised by a chief commercial officer he hired her to better organize and region lies the sales effort he's also opened a new factory twenty four hundred miles south and east of Calgary in rock hill South Carolina and something he mentioned to me in a lengthy conversation is worth repeating Kevin I merits all me he likes to hire people who already know from previous jobs what good is typically that comes from where they've been on past company where it's clear that they're really really good at something to where if you emulated in your business you'd be really happy and so I want to see that ideally early in their career that they know what good really looks like they're not trying to figure out more CEO radio and radio dot com very often sometimes just a single note can change someone's musical world with Steve carbon we strike up the band he's only in third grade but nine year old Henry Boyer of Howell Michigan already knows what he wants to be last fall he attended his first university of Michigan football game and he was wow they were that good my mind was blown of how good they played but it wasn't the football.
"ray hoffman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"O. radio I'm ray Hoffman if you're trying to understand the considerable success of Viking cruises which went from not even being in the ocean cruise industry five years ago to winning the travel and leisure readers award for best small ship cruise line for four straight years you should be aware says founder and chairman tore Hoggan of how Viking is led by a group of good friends we trust each other we don't have a loss of a internal competition we are in the boat together and is more less like a family I don't like to make decisions people don't believe that but I don't certain off alone I think decisions are better made when they are a group if it's an important decision is better for us at least on that in order to endorse dean Hoggan once the staff to feel as if Viking is their employer of choice which final to boss people around at seven I'm on our ships are behave like a guest I don't they have like a boss bio it's probably the scan Evan and there's a lot more about tore Hoggan and Viking cruises on CEO radio radio dot com I'm very often she breaking news weather and traffic station news radio wait forty WHAS in Louisville I heart radio station from ABC news I'm Richard cancer cyber attacks a security experts will likely be part of any retaliation Iran meets out in the wake of the U. S. airstrike in Iraq that killed Iran's top general ABC news contributor John Cohen a former official at the homeland security department says the department will be stepping up cyber security officials would be concerned that they would use it to target the financial sector or U. S. government information system days for Winnie Iran might retaliate Kareem such a poor is an Iranian American policy analyst at the Carnegie endowment think it's going to be a drawn out response was going to happen over the course of many months AJ a poor on ABC's this week broadcast in Kenya one service member into contractors were killed when al Shabab extremists overran the man to bear feel before dawn on Sunday U. S. counter terraforming images including one showing a militant groups Black Flag standing next to a betting at Croft in total we're told that six at Croft would damage Canada thirty say several militants were killed in the efforts to re secure the base A. B. C.'s Julia McFarlane on president.
"ray hoffman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"I'm ray Hoffman five twelve A. W.'s time to check sports and we say good morning to Brad good morning Steve good morning Paul number one do could one one hundred fifty straight non conference games at home until last night look at it he nearly lost at the court on the deck Stephen F. Austin has it Stephen F. Austin has pulled a shocker Cameron indoor stadium eighty five eighty three the final in overtime David Shumate with the call on the field I am G. it is Duke's first loss of the season here said coach my shift scheme that's on me Hackett you gotta give credits about the update yeah they were really good he's a good coach them good program Dale played a subdued blowing a fifteen point lead in this one it's the blue devils first loss at home to a non ACC team since Saint John's wanted Cameron in two thousand Stephen F. Austin was coming off a loss directors the scarlet knights blood N. G. I. T. last night eighty five fifty eight they are five in one hockey the devils lost the while the new work three to two jerseys drop three out of four NBA tonight the nets ago for a fifth straight win they'll face the Celtics in Boston again no carri Irving the next or was it the defending champion raptors in Chicago and there's a there's a new number one of the college football playoff rankings Ohio state switching places with LA shoe the Buckeyes will visit Michigan Saturday Clemson in Georgia stay put at three and four brand Heller WCBS AT the sports.
"ray hoffman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Radio I'm ray Hoffman they said no this is the way it's been done for centuries you're not going to make us change it that's the kind of opposition Ethan Allen CEO Farouk Kathua ari and counted on his first assignment in nineteen seventy for the man who co founded the company he went back to his homeland cashmere to find out why the cruel fabric that Ethan Allen uses took so long to arrive he talked a relative just out of law school to not go into the law and form a company with him to change things for the better dis game from Bombay the full game from Rajasthan in India fabrics game pro baseball money but they're all buying in the local markets I said let's go over there and get it from the sources the next thing we did was to work because they used to work in the mountains the valleys and the poor people have to figure out how to bring the raw material to their villages and back I said let's buy a when we're going to take it to the amazing thing we became at that time the largest supplier of handmade quilt fabric in Kashmir and the first assignment for Ethan Allen was a hit with CEO radio I'm ray Hoffman W. CBS news time five twelve in the morning that's for the jets last night hello is here with sports such as it is good morning guys the jets last month were blown out by the patriots with their third string quarterback and somehow with their franchise quarterback the rematch was even worse instead your comfort let's go to pass reporter ranks upon Gilmore huge turnover thrown by Donald this.
"ray hoffman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Radio on ray Hoffman to his family and friends he was a singer songwriter guitarist pianist and CEO but as we talk about in the latest C. E. O. radio podcast as George Barrett rose to become the north American CEO for Tampa pharmaceuticals and then C. E. O. of cardinal health he kept his music more and more to himself until just a few years ago I did play guitar and piano in song every day and certainly if it meant playing at one in the morning that's what I would do but I got to a stage where my business Kerr was getting more public and I thought someone uncomfortable that he would be seen as less serious or it would be showing or somehow unseemly for me to be explained as part of my life more publicly which is interesting my perspective about how the others would judge over time I started to realize hi devoted incredible amount of time answers missed my work and it wasn't going to take away from that and in particular what was really gratifying was how are please once they saw the side of me one to tell me how much they appreciated my shirt myself with them and when you leave through that but that takes off I think a more effective leader with CEO radio I'm ray Hoffman try to get one twenty eight where are we going for CJ so I'm checking out the tree see area eastbound two oh five still pretty slow because of the highway construction that sets down multiple lanes between the Altamont and eleven street to definitely consider taking grant line road around everything that'll save you a bit of time meanwhile in the North Bay self that one one they continue to do some bridge construction and it will start after the after the Spencer Avenue area or after rodeo I should say but it's not causing too much of a delay so good news there and along the peninsula expect to Whittle down to one lane between marsh road and Whipple Avenue in the redwood city area but luckily you should only slow down while you merge over your next traffic update at one thirty eight on the track CBS bay area forecast higher humidity bring with it a few like clouds and bringing with it a little bit cooler temperature but muggy.
"ray hoffman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Com. I'm Ray Hoffman. WBZ news time nineteen traffic and weather together on the voter look, great on the Edens. Now both in down. It's just the nineteen minute drive between lake cook. And the Kennedy on the Kennedy expressway inbound you're heavy from Irving park into the Ohio. Feeder it's thirty three minutes from O'Hare to downtown Twenty-three. And from the junction that's both in the local and the express lanes outbound Kennedy just tend to Montrose and just twenty two out to O'Hare is now inbound forty minutes from route three ninety into the burn interchange. Twenty seven in for Mannheim, outbound is a nineteen minute drive on onto Mannheim on the thirty two to three ninety Stevenson inbound fifty five minutes three fifty five to lakeshore drive in twenty seven from the tri-state outbound still pretty jammed up from Harlem to route eighty three because of a crash on the shoulder. It's forty seven minutes from lake shore drive out to the tri-state in our six all the way out to three fifty five northbound ninety five still slow starting around fifty three and welcoming the Dan Ryan inbound a thirty minute drive from ninety fifth downtown awaits, you know, outbound delays on the Dan Ryan fifty seven's in great shape, Bishop Ford is all clear as well. That's a fifteen minute drive. Eighty ninety four into the Dan Ryan back lake shore drive northbound heavy office. Stevenson. Through grant park. Southbound you're on the brakes from Belmont north avenue. The tri-state totally northbound heavy from two ninety to north avenue. There's a report of a crash on the shoulder. Southbound tries heavy before the hillsdale oasis onto the Stevenson. The Jane Addams toy looking good. The Reagan tollway. Eastbound you're slow from route eighty three to the tri-state three fifty five northbound heavy from seventy fifth dog to no southbound delays. Route fifty three is all clear eighty is moving along at the speed limit both east and westbound eighty ninety four and I sixty five both have plenty of open payment in front of you Indiana toll road westbound slow past meant to before the Chicago skyway, and that's because of ongoing roadwork get traffic and weather together on the every ten minutes on NewsRadio seven eighty and one point nine FM weather forecast. High today about sixty.
"ray hoffman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Ceo radio. I'm Ray Hoffman. To those who say the American healthcare system has fallen behind Michael Dowling CEO of New York's largest healthcare provider north well would argue to the contrary in a new book healthcare reboot. He says this is the best time in the history of the world to be alive. Take the fashionable narrative that healthcare is failing to keep pace with technology. I would argue that that's ridiculous healthcare has been at the forefront of technology look at the technology and operating. No, it's extraordinary we've been at the center of technological advancement not behind now where we need to improve is indeed direct interface with consumers telemedicine digital health. But you don't have a lot of people out there in the tech world that set up this whole scenario. Well, we have to sell your product and technology because obviously you're way behind the pick -nology anyone in your industry believed that you talk with other CEO's does anyone buy into that? No, the people selling the product buy into it. Because I want to sell you. New product this is on video on the WCBS eight eighty YouTube channel, I'm Ray Hoffman. This week. Nineteen fifty six this week in nineteen fifty-six. Billboard premiered. A weekly bestselling popular albums chart the position count varied anywhere from ten to thirty albums the first number one album on the new weekly list was Bellefonte by Harry Belafonte. Went through various name changes and modifications eventually turning into today's album chart the billboard two hundred. Portions of the news sponsored by miners. Dan, this week's most popular music..
"ray hoffman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"I'm Ray Hoffman. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's number one number two employee. Leave a message at the. Hi, jamie. It's you, Jamie. Don't hang up you need to hear this. You gotta quit wearing aviator jacket. Nobody's buying it. Sorry. You have to hear from me. But epigraph were all about giving it to people straight. That's why we show our rates alongside our competitors rates. And when you're helping people find great rates, you don't need some jacket to look cool just keep Rockin net scarf. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Comparison is not available in all states or situations. Prices vary based on how you buy. Boy. What a day I got up at six made breakfast for the kids at seven school carpool at eight race. To work by nine eight lunch at my desk. Raced home rush through dinner scheduled the kids dental checkup online, then it was off to another exciting night if karate hockey practice and finally homework. No matter who you talk to it seems like there just aren't enough hours in the day to do everything we have to do. So I got up at five crooked quick, Ron shower, check, work emails and got dressed at the same time jumped on a conference call with a client call ran longer than expected which made me late from X meeting. So there was raising out the door juggling a Cup of hot coffee my briefcase on my phone will answering texts from my office. And it wasn't even nine o'clock yet running here running there with all that running around who has time to run to the Bank. That's why Northfield Bank offers mobile banking. It's all the convenience banking without the inconvenience of having to go to the Bank. You could check your balance deposit checks, even pay your bills anytime day or night. All right from your phone with mobile banking from Northfield Bank. You can Bank on your schedule. To learn more. Visit enorthfield dot com. Member FDIC..
"ray hoffman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Page. Here's what's happening at ten. Fifty two. A thirty one year old man has died after crashing into a light pole along eight mile near Groesbeck early. This morning. Police have repair crews remain on the scene. The intersection could be closed for several more hours, a western Wisconsin community, grieving the deaths of three girl scouts and in. Dull they were hit by a pickup truck while collecting trash along a rural highway the victims were hit Saturday morning while picking up trash in lake hallie, which is ninety miles east of Minneapolis. WBZ news time now ten fifty two CEO radio. I'm Ray Hoffman. Having been the head of three public companies. And to nonprofits Steve Arlin has learned the letters C E O have multiple meanings after being Todd when going for his MBA, the only constituency a CEO really has to answer to is the shareholders came to realize that is not the most balanced most inclusive way to lead, and he had the perfect pneumonic for it. I mean. Perfect. I used to remember by my title, CEO, customers, employees and owners you have to make it all work for all of these constituents. You know, if you just take care of your customers while you just give it away free. Right. Any whatever you're selling and forget, the shareholders if you just out for the shareholders while you, you don't take care of your customers, or your employees, if you're there only for the employees what you pay them, whatever they want and don't forget the customer, forget the owner. It's none of that. It's not one. It's the balance of all of that. Steve Arlin CEO of the global business research organization the Conference Board more about them on CEO radio at a radio dot com. I'm Ray Hoffman. Do you know a senior who needs assistance.
"ray hoffman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"I'm Ray Hoffman for better or for worse. It's the executives at the top who usually set the tone the culture of a company, but at the Connecticut based promotions and marketing firm team digital co-founders and twenty two year partners in marriage, Jeff Butch in. And Heather Waldman say the culture is set by the team not them had a lot of people that have been here a really long time. So everybody has a voice, and it's really important as we've added different departments, creative in strategy in technical that everybody offers their input and for Jeff Butch and everything about the company stems from this at the end of the day, we have nothing, but our reputation if we tell the client that we're going to do something we will do it was interview on inside the actors studio with James Lipton, and he asked Billy Joel how do you explain your brilliance and Billy is only Billy can do ponders and shakes and bobs his head and says, I think of myself as competent in an incompetent world. And it's kind of a sad statement to say that all you have to do is just do what you say you're going to do and you better than ninety nine percent of your competition. More about team digital on CEO. Radio radio dot com. I'm Ray Hoffman. The PBS news time to forty five. When searching for a great deal on Ford's search web Ford in highlight, it's time now for sports and Jeff Joni AC anyone play offense or defensively made a made a difference in the bear's loss to the Packers last night. Instead, the excellence of Aaron Rodgers came to fruition once again, despite a sore, leg and leg that may not allow play next week against Minnesota. A big win for the Packers obviously and come from behind fashion down twenty I could play like Kyle fuller. He nearly had an interception late in the fourth quarter. The could've seal the game. Mentally strong. That's what I love about him. Is he pretty much stays the course. And you have to be that way. As a as a as a corner, they took a shot with the August special to eighty one down the sideline and made a special throw special catch and cow was was played out about as well as you could. And you got to give credit to them. You know, I it I thought it was good defense. I thought it was great offense was a spectacular. Throw by Rogers to Geronimo Alison they got the Packers rolling once again. We'll talk about it with the coach tonight coaches show along with offense coordinator Marquel fridge starting at seven o'clock news around the league injury wise net. Good for several teams, including New England losing running back, Jeremy hill the tornado Delaney. Walker star tied in Tennessee, broken ankle and ligament damage John Lester during the cubs at Wrigley tonight against a team. That's caught some fire for the sweep of the giants there to behind the cubs on. We'll throwing its Wade Miley tonight Murphy, Bryant, Rizzo, Baya's Obama's are more, continuous Lester. In russia. The starting lineup cubs to up on the brewers white sack. Start Lucas g Lido against Jacob Junius. And the royals tonight in Kansas City, Jose Abreu off the DL BMW championship was rain interrupted. This weekend's finished it up today. And then I finished finishing a one hole playoff. Keegan Bradley beats Justin Rose, ROY macaroni eighteen hundred Tiger Woods seventy during the top. Ten would now qualifies for the tour championship in two weeks. And.
"ray hoffman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Uniform colors we would spend weeks working on. These things we have, a meeting we call Wayne into the, competent front we'd be. Showing himself here's what we've decided way way, would, say well what? About this and of course you defensively, was well we think about, he's the but really what about in not in a push away and all of a sudden you think he's right and time after time we'd spend weeks with somebody and he'd walk in a room and look at it and just turn the pitcher, ninety degrees and that was the, vision yet and you might wanna know this about him to we used to joke the, fascist way get fired by, Wayne housing and he wasn't afraid. To pull the trigger, is say I. Did it he fundamentally believe it's all a, team effort even if he did it more C. radio at. Radio dot com I'm Ray Hoffman When I grow up I wanna be a. New pair of blue jeans when I grow up I. Wanna be kid's first computer when I grow up I wanna be glass. Countertop in a new home when I grow up. I want to. Be a kid's best birthday. Present I grow up I wanna be football stadium when I grow up, to be a. Warm place on a cold day I. Grow up I wanna be a fancy back loss I wanna. Be a bike that races around the grow. Up I wanna be a bench. On a four I wanna. Be a rocking chair I won't be a skyscraper I. Want to be Won't be on I want I want to be here When I grow up I. Don't wanna be a piece, of garbage and if you recycle. Me I, won't be give your garbage another life recycle learn, how at. I want to be recycled dot org a public service advertisement brought to you by keep America. Beautiful and the Ad Council See, how the roads are looking at one twenty. Eight years KCBS Alden. Jakup Richmond westbound.
"ray hoffman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Forty three. CEO radio I'm Ray Hoffman I've lost count of how many times I've said this entrepreneurs find solutions to problems and sometimes their own problems like the tax issues that Jonathan mariner had when he was executive vice president and chief financial, officer of major league baseball which, is based in New York but you kept. Your. House in Fort Lauderdale exactly innocently thought as long as I keep my driver's license and. My registration in one place I never. Declare residency in New York I'll be okay and the, New York state, tax department semi. Love note challenging that notion and so three audits later when mariner retired, from his twelve year run A CFO he founded tax day for, people who either have homes in, multiple states and have to keep track of. The. Time to avoid double taxation and for people who filed returns in multiple states road warriors. Digital helmets it automatically tracks where you. Are using the phone GPS compendium of tax residency rules that we built, into the more. By Jonathan mariner on CEO radio at radio dot com I'm Ray Hoffman AccuWeather, meteorologist Brian Thompson says cloud sunshine mixed today we're going to stay on the humid side up to eighty three degrees we have partial sunshine at the airport right now and. It's officially seventy W. w j news time seven, forty five heading over to the sports desk. Where we, find, Jeff. Lesson fatty it's not every day where the Detroit Tigers went on the road heck it's not, every, day, they wouldn't anywhere, anymore but let celebrated Shelly taggers over two twins last night seven five this fight getting a four home runs at a twins one eight for Joe Mauer Tyler, Austin Miguel Sanyo and Mitch. Garber but, the tiger rookie Ryan, competent, getting his, first big league would courtesy the Mikey Maatouk tiebreaking free in home or. That came in the fifth inning making manager Ron, Gardenhire a happy camper Yeah a great at that and you know a, big, Homer, force obviously to, give us a little bit of a cushion and had to make it stand up to so you got a good night out there at some crazy, things in, the field, a little bit To run all over fallen down But it makes for entertainment and keeps it loose final, game in the, four-game said today Minnesota to ten, the first pitch against the twins tiger baseball on ninety seven one the ticket tiger getting right into pitcher Nolan. Blackwood he's a minor leager promote that's the player to be named, later in the deal of pitcher Mike fires to the as as by the way now tied with Houston and first place in the AL west after trailing by ten, on July the tenth me well how about little league baseball at its finest Grosse Pointe woods shores today taken on Hawaii to that's in the Little. League World series of williamsport Pennsylvania they won their first game in, the series on Friday over Idaho and they'll play in the winners. Bracket again today kudos to, them sad news, for. Lines fans former Pro Bowl. Linebacker Paul Newman off has passed. He was seventy three years old he died. Friday at his home in Tennessee he was a Pro Bowl for the lines in.
"ray hoffman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Radio I'm, Ray Hoffman Ken Londoner CEO of bio sig technologies was asked by his alma mater to think. About solutions to the trillion dollar student debt problem and he came up with, an immersive internship the students do serious hands, on work for his company in return for several weeks of good pay though this year's, interns worked mainly in Connecticut they started in Los Angeles for a short and bios exonerating room signal processing system who it's UCLA medical to see where the product would be. Put in place and, then we talked to, the engineers. And learned how it works. We watched a demonstration of it, which I think was crew For all of the. Interns to get a true understanding of what. We're marketing so you were really thrown into the fire of course that's Lafayette student insurance Sophia Giovanelli, she. Put in five weeks of marketing work. That wasn't just make work we'll see things that I worked on, our AME will see stuff that she's worked on being used by the company and being seen. By so many different people from there we'll just watch the company. Grow more CEO radio at radio, dot com I'm Ray Hoffman All right millions in the United States regularly share their opinions on Facebook Twitter and more but when you post, what kind of an impact are you really having a. Recent study by the Pew Research Center, suggests that in the past year about one in seven Americans have changed the minds, on a particular issue, or change their minds because of something they saw on social media Monica Anderson is a senior researcher young men so those. Ages eighteen to twenty nine really stood out. So about, three in. Ten said, that they've. Changed their mind about an issue in the past year because of social. Media Anderson says such influence was also. Greater among black and Hispanic Americans the study did not track specific issues but points out that this past year saw range of topics. Discussed on social media like the metoo movement black lives matters and policies. Of President Trump Kmox.
Israel seeks early re-tender of mining rights to shore up Dead Sea
"The, Dead Sea, is shrinking about three. Feet a year in Israeli officials are trying to limit the damage Linda gradstein reports from Jerusalem the. Heavy salt content makes the, Dead Sea the only place in the, world, you, can read. A newspaper while floating on your back. It's been shrinking for a while both because the Jordan river's drying up and, because Israel Chemicals extracts minerals like potash and bromide now the Israeli government wants the. Company to agree to pumping limits on minerals and using less
"ray hoffman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Business diverse and inclusive for coffee is so much more than just coffee it's really. You know, place to sit and gathering have conversation in Richmond Hollick won- KCBS the San Francisco General hospital foundation is looking for bay area, artists, looking, to. Make a difference KCBS reporter Patty rising says the group is looking for creative. Types to make, hearts, heart sculptures in particular as part. Of the foundation's annual. Hartson San Francisco series created in order to be auctioned through our annual our heroes and hearts event. Foundations CEO Amanda higher says they are looking. For artists submissions for thirty two heart sculptures eight big one six tabletops in eighteen mosaic mini hearts each, heart is unique it's, a one of a kind work of art really celebrates the diversity Of our community the project started back in two, thousand four to support the programs. And initiatives at the hospital is. Going to be a very special year to be a part of the project given the. Fifteenth year anniversary over those fifteen years the foundation has raised more than twenty two million dollars artists submissions are due by August I. To be, auctioned off, at the luncheon in February Patty rising KCBS CEO radio I'm Ray Hoffman Syngenta is one of the giants of agro-business not only produces the seeds that grow the. Eight basic. Crops that feed the world but also crop protection products and a lot of advice. For farmers, especially in the emerging economies the website describes Syngenta as a leading agriculture company helping to improve global food security recently I sat, down, with, CEO. Eric fear walled and asked him to define security in Syngenta terms turns out. It has a, lot, to do with economic progress as. Much of the developing. World especially China lifts up from poverty people go from eating a car GRA hydrate. Mainly rice only diet also eating proteins which means they require more grains to produce so it's bringing the technology and the advice and services to farmers all around the world to. Make sure that there's plenty of food supply for. Everyone there in the security is the security of an ample food supply ample food supply..
Sandra Oh first Asian woman nominated for lead actress Emmy
"And path our next traffic update less than ten minutes on wcbs don't think we have a lot to complain about is we take on the weather forecast this morning craig allen not too much because we have a little something for everybody and wayne myself you paul because you're a homeowner as well with probably very brown long there's actually a shower or thunderstorm a chance in this forecast is well not today though mostly sunny seasonably warm high close to eighty five fair and mild with a low near seventy in the city sixty to sixty five suburbs and saturday the sun is going to mix with clouds it is going to get very warm tomorrow a touch more humid eighty four to eighty eight we do have a chance of a thunderstorm or two around saturday night maybe one late sunday and sunday night otherwise partly sunny and sunday's high in the mid eighties to near ninety degrees right now sixty nine degrees humidity seventy percent and a light northerly breeze today's high close to eighty five i'm craig allen and cbs weather center all right now they're gonna weekend thanks craig it's five ten here wcbs in this year's emmy awards has a place in the history books sandra is the first asian woman to be nominated to lead as lead actress in a drama series the daughter of korean immigrants is up for her role in the bbc series killing eve in which he portrays a british spy on the trail of an assassin she's been a supporting actress nominee in the past for her work on grey's anatomy penelope cruz and john legendary part of a diverse list of two thousand eighteen nominees ami awards september seventeenth on nbc five ten thank you five ten w cbs friday morning and now sponsored by first republic bank since we're talking like this ceo radio i'm ray hoffman isaac goats had the great good fortune to go to the university of jeff bezos as in the visionary founder of amazon and during his time as amazon's lead software engineer oats received an education far above and beyond software he's one of those people that you talk with and he essentially already knows what you're gonna say before you say isaac goats today the ceo of a young new york based company called just works says basis operates with an intense discipline and it his level i think a lot of the discipline that you see is for example is how they run meetings for example they don't use powerpoint there they only use microsoft word in written documents so if you sit down in a meeting you're actually bringing a six page print out of the topic that you're there to discuss in the sixty minutes you'll spend the first twenty five reading the document and then the second thirty five minutes talking about it which is different than that's.
California wildfire threatens to cut off rural community
"Plan to respond to the discovery jim krasula cbs news a wind driven fire racing across dry brush and a largely rural area of northern california destroying twelve buildings and threatening hundreds of others state fire officials say the pony fire broke out near the community of clear lake oaks on saturday evening has been burning out of control since six hundred homes have been evacuated and the cause of the fire isn't known at this time the more than two square mile blazes one of four burning in rural areas across northern california today another into hama county has consumed more than five square miles but didn't burn any structures w w j news time three forty three ceo radio i'm ray hoffman i think is the process that's more important than what the product is for nisha sanni being an industrial designer has gone well beyond just developing the look and the utilizing of a product her new york based firm s s design gets involved even before there is one because she prefers to define a product before she starts to design product that's what i think industrial designers should keep in mind not just designing the product but you have to think ahead a global scale how you gonna make a product profitable by nisha sahni's way of thinking only then should it industrial designer start applying the many technical skills.
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"Ceo radio i'm ray hoffman we wanted to fill are less journey with his much happiness and gratification is possible but we also building businesses and so we thought was trying to do both and in creating the culture within the fastest growing restaurant company in the us seattlebased mud pizza scott in alleys vincent of donji that it's one of the reasons why they shared an e y entrepreneur the year award last year and the culture of mud pizza centers around the now six thousand employees many of whom have done jail time or have special physical needs we ask themselves a question when where the moments when we were the happiest and we felt the most fulfilled and my wife and i agreed those were moments when we had an opportunity to make a positive impact in someone else's life changing the trajectory of someone else's life and the gratitude that came from that in just the sense of gratification for ourselves you can put a price on it and so we thought okay let's see if we can fulfil this business with that it's been a challenge but it's been the most rewarding thing we've done professionally more about scott svensson and maude pizza at played not it i'm ray hoffman prime chris plante join me y chhien cattle on radio it's red eye radio he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara coming to find the bottom of the hour will will try to the the the whole puzzle the wiretapping will try to put together from the information that came out yesterday but really it's getting to the point of and and you and i been on this from the very very beginning and said that this is really the story if you've been a listener to.