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Lysol manufacturer warns against internal use after Trump comments

Morning Edition

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Lysol manufacturer warns against internal use after Trump comments

"Any consumer products giant Reckitt Benckiser maker of Lysol has issued this statement quote as a global leader in health and hygiene products we must be clear that under no circumstances should R. disinfectant products be administered into the human body this after president trump during the daily media briefing of the coronavirus task force yesterday asked aloud if disinfectant could be studied to see if it helps treat the virus if injected quoting the president is there a way we can do something like that by injection inside or almost a cleaning medical experts say doing something like that could be

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Coronavirus Is Not The 'Corona Beer Virus'

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Coronavirus Is Not The 'Corona Beer Virus'

"Brands that happen to have some associations to the word coronavirus are finding themselves issuing on usual clarifications these days Google says that searches for coronavirus beer and beer virus have spike sharply over the past couple weeks the Wall Street journal says the owner of corona beer constellation brands has been forced to express confidence in their customers ability to tell the difference between imported Mexican beers and the virus at the other end of the spectrum by the way is the disinfectant debt hole which is flying off the shelves after social media users discover language on its label asserting efficacy against corona viruses manufacture has clarified that debt hall has been tested against corona viruses but not the strain that emerged from Wuhan China meanwhile the death toll owner Reckitt Benckiser donated seven million dollars of cash and antibacterial products to help fight the spread

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Reckitt to pay $1.4 billion to end opioid addiction treatment probes

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Reckitt to pay $1.4 billion to end opioid addiction treatment probes

"And as the markets are open here in Europe one of the stocks to watch this morning will bring both Bloomberg markets reported Justina Lee has joined us here in the studio in London Justina wreck it first paying up to one point four billion dollars sold opioid treatment probe that's right US prosecutors have argued that the marketing of this addiction treatment deceived doctors about its dangers which contributed to a deadly epidemic of opioid abuse and the U. S. and this agreement resolves these U. S. federal probes and as the company set itself it avoids the cost uncertainty and distraction associated with continued investigations and it seems like traders agree with it this morning it's about two percent and in

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The politics of chess

FT News

09:51 min | 1 year ago

The politics of chess

"Selection. New president of tresses governing body fee day was the Bishop in the organization's history with accusations flung from all sides of bribery, electoral fraud, embezzlement and a vast diplomatic influence campaign waged by the Russian state. Some Jane's has been investigating. What's happened? And he space John Thornhill about what he discovered. Sam you've written a wonderful Osco for the F T magazine about the geopolitics of chess and the fist fight to run its governing body feed given that a computer or a ten million dollar alarm clock has Gary Kasparov called it beat the best human player back in one thousand nine hundred seven why does chess matter anymore. I suppose you could ask a similar question about any kind of game playing in a way that obviously from sort of human point of view, something attracts us to the competition. The display of skilled because I suppose we could have designed perfect football playing machine. Had we have wanted to or a perfect bridge playing sheen, but it would be no fun to watch two machines play against each other would it. So we don't do that. And the only reason we're interested in watching deep blue play Kasporov is because Kasporov is there. We want to see him pit his human wits against machine. So I think regardless of the abilities of computers to handle chess. And by the way, they still on not perfect chess players. There will always be a space and a need for people to watch that kind of competition. And I think the interesting thing insofar as this article goes is that that's the heart of the issue. Really? It's about what games humanity plays with each other and the significance those games have. And chess is one of the oldest, isn't it? It goes back hundreds thousands even of years if you want to go deeper into history right back to India was of significance to rulers. It was a political significance hugely throughout history. Right back to the sort of wig chessmen on Lewis. You know, they were symbols of something that politically culturally connected a world, and for many, it still has that cultural and political relevance is still enormously popular as a game, isn't it? Yeah. Absolutely. It's something perhaps that in the UK, and certainly in some parts of Europe and the US as well, it might not immediately obvious because it's not a sort of mainstream sport. You don't see it on TV for various reasons that can't be much more boring than watching chess on TV, but it is hugely popular. And there was a yougov survey. I think in twenty twelve so even that a little bit out of date now, which suggested that there's more than six hundred million regular chess players in the world. And the interesting thing about it as well is that even if you're not a regular player. It's a sport or skill game. That has touched a lot of people. And a lot of people have played it on certainly know how to play I think in some places seventy percent. The statistics said from that you surveyed in Europe of people have played it at some point, and therefore know the rules of it. So it's got this sort of huge cultural resonance, even if we don't see it all the time on our screens for a supposedly cerebral game. The fight to win control of feeder his involved in extraordinary amount of low down politics involving as you put it small-time oligarchs and corrupt officials broking deals in Siberian mining towns and Islam theocracies. Why has this battle become quite so heated? I don't know. It's sort of an interesting one to explore. I'm not sure there's a clear on, sir. There's a degree to which it's that sort of old adage, which is often attributed to Kissinger, but is actually Wallis sad about student politics that the processes so vicious precisely because the stakes oh small, and you could probably say something of that about fee day because the amounts of money to run feeder on not huge by any means. Although the we're talk millions, but we. Sort of in fever levels of wealth. But at the same time, it's a universe of people who are competing with each other. You have a very particular kind of people that end up in chess obsessional, very intelligent people that quite literally spend their lives playing games. So why don't they do that politically as well? But also, you know, since the end of the Cold War chess has been in search of a meaning really because it had such relevance political relevance during the Cold War missile post, Cold War, period. It's still got a lot of cultural cachet and people obviously trying to latch onto that. And to use that for various purposes, but at the same time it's been a little bit rudderless until recently and a little bit forgotten. No, it hasn't had the direct attention of the Kremlin. Or certainly not in Washington. Anyone in power there? You know, we're not the sort of Fischer Spassky kind of matching Reckitt level of international awareness. Now, you say that there has been a revival of interest in chess, and blah, Dima Putin. Russia's president is clearly someone who is taking an increasing interest in chess. And he said once. Chess makes men Ysern clear-sighted. Does he see chess as a means of reasserting? Russia's soft power. I think increasingly yes, I mean feta is been run for the past twenty years by very colorful Russian national cooled kiss on allusion of. And he hasn't exactly been the best Representative of Russian influence around the world euphemism. Yes. Well, quite he's sort of said that he was met by alliens on his balcony at one stage. He's said that chess was gifted to the world by aliens. But he's also had some sort of quite shady dealings with unsavory characters like the Assad family in Syria for which he was recently sanctioned by the US treasury, but the new head of feet are Cardi volka vich is much higher caliber Russian recently deputy prime minister and the organizer of the World Cup in Russia last summer and clearly whilst restoring fee day to some degree of kind of international prominence and credibility will also be doing a lot to champion Russian soft. Power interests by saying here is an organization a sporting organization that Russia is not only in charge of cleaning up which obviously is going to have a particular importance in the wake of the doping scandal, which continues to dog Russian athletics. I think the other point to make is that Putin and his method of power his conception of power draws so very heavily on the Soviet passed in the Soviet experience of Russian greatness. And so the significance of chess is that it was such an important part of the Soviet conception of soft power and Soviet influence that even if ideologically Russia is moved on by years. It still has this important culturally that Putin wants to tap into. Now there were three contenders to succeed Ilyumzhinov for newest pushed out why did Volkova twin? Well, I mean, I don't think there was a clear choice. So it wasn't a simple case of the Russian candidate versus the reform candidate versus fee day has had these issues under Yoshino for longtime around mismanage. -ment around corruption allegations of bribery in the organization, and the problem was that you previously had a Russian Illumjinov who was very fake in his financial affairs running it. And then in the elections, you had three candidates as you say, you had a Russian who was promising reform, and it obviously delivered a very successful World Cup and had credentials for that. And then you had an insider Kyo Macropoulos who is also a longtime Lieutenant of Ilyumzhinov and therefore tainted by that. But similar Tena sleep. Also, promising reform rather unconvincingly, but similar tenuously also saying that he's not the Russian and he's not bribing anyone in the elections. And then you had a third candidate the Briton Nigel short who I think was always a very much an outside candidate and divided people on a personal level in feed because of his quite spiky comments previously and his long history of antagonizing people in your organization, he fell behind four kovic even though he'd been quite critical of him at the start ends. Then he did. So I mean. Nigel's point was very much that it was better to have a competent pair of hands running fee day, regardless of whether they were rushing or not than it was somebody who he felt was incompetent. And it'd been running it for the past twenty years in the form of Macropoulos, and there's definitely a personal animus between Macropoulos and Nigel Short as well that sort of flavored their relationship and at the last minute, he declared his votes Ford. Walk vich, and rather stinging Lii in very characteristic fashion posted on Twitter a picture of himself shaking hands with dwarf Vichit Simpson's in the strand in London, which is this story chess restaurant, and he captured it underneath how'd you say check Maton Greek clearly aimed at his opposition. How does Volkova which intend to promote chess? Well, I mean, if his last few months of being anything to go by then money is going to be a key element of it. So he's delivered on the promises. He made in the election by putting three million euro into fee day to fund development. He's also promised a much more rigorous oversight regime of. Chess. So he's mentioned that you know, every penny spent will be judged by performance indicators is no longer going to be sort of pushing money into regional federations with no sense of what it's being spent on. And he's definitely I think hoping to build on the relationships he has in the football world and elsewhere in the sporting and political world to sort of revive the prominence of feed in Europe, and the US the west in particular because I think they're really has fallen into disrepute, and there was a real danger for quite a long time in the US in particular federation, their supporters people at Kasporov in fact would split away from fee day altogether. So when I met tool kovic, he'd come straight from Davos, where he was sort of pressing the flesh with CEOs and politicians many of whom he knows, and I think one of the other things he's done is already tried to build relationships with fee for directly. He's actually friends with Infantino at fee for an invited Infantino to give a little sort of a speech for him at his election at feed, and they have already I think. Announced some sort of chess football events that are going to be held together in the future. So more of that kind of thing think to imagine

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"reckitt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"reckitt" Discussed on AP News

"Feast in the nation's theaters AP, Ben Thomas has a look at the weekend box office result shouldn't be Ralph wrecks the internet Watson's. He is Reckitt Ralph. But break the internet, and it was the big thing in theaters this weekend. Reckitt route sequel route being an actor Alec Baldwin appeared in a New York court on Monday after being accused of striking a man in the face over a parking space Baldwin said nothing as he was arraigned. He previously said he did nothing wrong after being arrested on November second police were told a driver pulled into a Manhattan parking space that one of Baldwin's relatives was holding for him. And the two men started quarreling and pushing each other the other driver told police Baldwin punched or slapped him the forty nine year old man was taken to a hospital complaining of jaw pain and redness around the neck Baldwin's lawyer says video evidence has been turned over to the district attorney's office proving he never punched anyone. Online shoppers looking for holiday gifts will find they're now being charged sales tax because of a supreme court ruling the court gave states the go-ahead to collect sales tax on online purchases. Now, more than two dozen have moved to take advantage of the ruling many ahead of the busy holiday shopping season. Whether shoppers get charged sales tax for online purchases comes down to where they live and where they're shopping before the supreme court's recent decision. The rule was that businesses selling online had to collect sales tax only in states where they had stores warehouses or another physical presence now states can force out of state sellers to collect sales tax if they're doing a fair amount of business in the state. Hi, I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP.

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‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Leads Hearty Thanksgiving Box Office

WBBM Late Morning News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Leads Hearty Thanksgiving Box Office

"De thanksgiving movie box office was dominated by film franchises. Be Ralph wrecks the internet while since he is wreck it Ralph. Yeah. Break the internet. It's like, and it was the big thing. In theaters this. Weekend. Reckitt now sequel Ralph break the internet earned an estimated fifty five point seven million dollars over the three day period and more than eighty four million since it's Wednesday opener. Be my life. The rocky spinoff creed to debut at number two with a more than thirty five million dollar purse. Taken fight that tops the first creeds Spanksgiving debut for years ago. And

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"reckitt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"reckitt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The problem is expected to be particularly acute in Africa. The study's authors say unless world leaders make it a priority to expand the drugs availability, only one seventh of the Africans who need it will be able to get it. Narrate Eisenman NPR news at the weekend box office. The internet. Ralph wrecks the internet since he is wreck it Ralph. Ralph breaks the internet debuted in the top spot with an estimated fifty five million dollars in ticket sales. It's Disney's sequel to Reckitt Ralph with the voices of John C Reilly and Sarah Silverman in second place. The rocky spinoff creed to starring Michael Jordan and Sylvester Stallone coming in with thirty five million dollars in ticket sales and in third place. Dr Seuss's the Grinch, I'm Janine Herbst. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from pro quest whose history volt features eighteen million pages of documents from times of social cultural and political change in America at pro quest dot com slash go slash NPR. And by the listeners of K Q E D mostly clear this evening, partly cloudy overnight in the bay area. Temperatures tonight in the forties, actually, some low thirty Osama upper thirties, maybe as well. But primarily in. The forty s and tomorrow, partly cloudy with temperatures in the fifties. And sixties the rain should come back a chance of it by Tuesday and look for rain as we head through the rest of the week from their six minutes after two this is K Q.

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"reckitt" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"reckitt" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"That's why I was wondering what the timing of. That was I also think it was very trendy around this time. I mean, I guess it goes all the way back to hook. But it became very trendy to recast fairytale villains as the central figure on Broadway wicked became a big thing. And it was all about looking at the wicked witch of the west being more sympathetic than Dorothy and Shrek kind of had a lot to do. With thinking differently about fairy tales malefic, they're even working on a Cruella DeVille movie right now, I just think that's kind of where we're at. And so that is a fresh take. Well, what does it mean for the villain that they have to play a role that they don't want to that? They have to always be the bad guy when they have a glee hard of John C Reilly that gives you some dramatic weight to play with and to me. This just seems like the ultimate Disney story. The fact that the worked so hard to get to what I feel every Disney movie has was dumb founding to me because when I watched the movie for this review before doing any of the bonus features. So I've seen the movie twice. And I'm watching it. And I'm like here we go. It's the story of the outcast learning. Self acceptance and learning friends, you know, what bugs me about this movie. And it really bugs me Felix is too nice. I think Felix should really be a bit of a nemesis. I would picture him as basically the winkle vibe from the social network is who feel. Should be the fact that Felix is such a nice guy, and everybody's nice. The only bad person we have turns out to be the king of candy land that everybody's just going to get along in the end it just felt so wretchedly saccharin, and I would like to see I think Pixar would bring a more nuance to these Garrick tres instead of everybody's good. But we just need to kind of come to terms with who we are. Well, argue that picks are played the same formula. I would argue the nuance idea is to have no villains to say that. There are good people and bad people is unknown. St-? What they've always done is pit Woody and buzz together or whatever the monsters are together. I mean, you have odd ball couples and they work out their problems, but nobody is defined as bad. I think that they were definitely looking at buzz and Woody and thanking Ralph and Felix will be the movie, and then they. Ended up finding that the movie itself didn't leave them together until the end and add to that. You know, you say that the only bad guy turns out to be turbo. But he had that entire land of sugar rush. Brainwashed. And they all treated vanilla p as if she was a bad person. So you had to hold land of bad people, essentially. So I think having Felix be a little bit on the nasty side just to have a little bit of contention between him and Ralph would be kind of overdoing it by the time. They get to sugar Russia, and perhaps just the movie's called Reckitt Ralph vanilla p is a different issue that will get to have issues with that character and her plight overall. But when looking at Ralph whole thing, I'll say this. I like the entire first half hour this film a lot. I like seeing Ralph trying to make the people like him because again, it's so easy to make the rampage correlation, and what a better movie rampage would be if it was George the ape trying to make friends with. A buxom lady in the window. Instead of that movie. We reviewed earlier this year just love that concept of this huge destructive thing that's how I'm programmed..

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"reckitt" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

$hit Could Be Worse

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"reckitt" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

"Beads, fucking these people down at your door. On round bugle, Honey lemon. That's like my biggest fear. Like anytime legally stream a fucking movie are download a movie because it has happened before back in the day when you get used to get the AOL discs and shit, we fuck. And we're like, what was it? Lime wire downloading reds? Yeah, rates. I was downloading a beagle. Beatles dishonor, feed the dog online. They go Beagles I just like Beagles the dishonesty of Beagles, but they fucking AOL called and said that there were a legal pirating going on and to do shut up at our house. I wish ours all the Beagles. We'd be my. Why is arvy never done that commercial. Just a pirate is like our bees, they should. That's perfect. I want to go now. Oh, Jesus, fucking Halloween, Christmas peace. Maybe I should stop saying it for us all. We keep turning the spy on and off. Wait, what happened. It's like October two thousand eighteen a podcast accidentally turned on sky net. We would be the people that would make that happen. Yeah, probably an old man asked people saying Halloween, Christmas, be Own own it. it. I I'd built be like you you. what's up. Go, you ever seen someone turn all scanner. Let me show you how the wing Christmas. What you say stuff it you turn into like a fucking nine hundred ninety four white rapper. Because I'm really tired today. So I wanted to tell you guys about this because I thought it was super funny. It's a story. So the police saw people running around in a Bank like citizens. Everybody saw people running around into Bank like crazy and hiding. Okay. So they call the police with police got there and people running around inside. So they storm the place and it turns out all the boys. We're literally just playing hide Zeke. This week. A swat team of city like Reckitt motherfuckers agree. Looking shooting being baggage, people. Todd, Todd, you're totally got beat back-row. The asshole. That's like guys, it's really slow day can play game. Oh my God. It's so great. I think I told the story how when I worked in ice cream.

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"reckitt" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"reckitt" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It hearts people from the cradle to the grave children are frayed of death. And so are their parents. In fact, one of the great fears of children is that their parents will die or that. They will go away and not return or they would break up with one another and Reckitt beautiful little family or something will happen that will bring about change, which almost always produces fears in children, just as it does an older people all the fears are really mirrors of the one fear the fear of death that explains why people don't like to talk about death. They talk about it. They tried to make it seem pleasant when they know otherwise the bible does not blink at talk of death. It faces death with a clear I and it calls death. An enemy talk about change, death changes everything. It changes things for people who die, and it changes things for people who are left behind. Fear is a fact of life. It is not all bad. It keeps a child who has burned his finger on the stove from doing it. Again, fear keeps us from all sorts of rash and reckless actions. Fear drives people to see the doctor or keep people from going to see the doctor for fear. What he will tell them. They pretend that the pain isn't there or they act as if it will soon disappear. Fear can be a gift from God. It can wake you up. It can jugulars from your complacency. It can turn you from fiction to fact, it can bring you back to reality. But fear will never make you strong. It takes something else to make you strong faith makes people strong not any old kind of faith that faith in God that he is for real. It's not just a vague feeling about God. But actual faith confidence in God trust in God. Even closeness to God, which is more than mere piety because it is a deeply felt conviction on which you Bank your life. That's faith when it is faith in God. Contrary to what some people say and think faith does not eliminate fear faith in God takes peer and channels it in the right direction. Fear destroys and faith saves faith saves people by overcoming the frenzy of fear, which is unhealthy destructive turning the face of fear in the right direction, which is taught God faith turns people away from themselves toward God, it may sound unrealistic and foolish to some people. But actually, it's the only real an intelligent way to live. I wish I could tell you how often I prayed with people who were scared to death as someone close to them was being carried into a hospital unconscious and placed.

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"reckitt" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"That i've had the opportunity to work with since i cannot script better climax to the show than right there by saying sports just going to reckitt and folks that that's what we wanted to bring you into got ryan on the show is to take that that heart to take that that methodology of the ask method and to help you you're talking about legacy work right here and that is what ziglar is about to have success in your business so that you can do what you want to do big picture wise they're so ask method dot com slash ziglar is where you can go connect with ryan and on that you know that's we want everybody to go there obviously to get involved at this because there's none of us if we have a business there's nobody that doesn't need to do this i'm going to do that have a business right now that needs this as a as a major part of our launch in that but we're else can people disconnect with you also on a personal i know you've got a facebook page anything else that you would throw out to us yeah gosh you know the that ask the link that you just gave is is really a great place to connect and here's the reason why this is something we do something called this ask method workshop where we take people through this whole aspect that process that we've been talking about it a high level and it's something we do once a year that is the absolute best place to connect with me if you wanna kinda see what's going on in my personal life and i know you'd mentioned that you know you see my my kid smiling on on my facebook page you can follow me on facebook if you just search for ryan leveque on facebook it's spelt l e the es qe you'll see my my face and you'll see my two little knucklehead munchkins doing some shenanigans in some videos and pictures and stuff like that but i do daily post there as well it's another great place to to follow what's going on okay and folks i want you to know that in this once per year opportunities talking about here you'll come in there and you're gonna join pretty much if not the entire ziglar team and family everybody's involved i saw stuff recently you were with kevin harrington you're doing stuff with mark tim and the entire ziglar industry the corporate i mean we're all involved in this so come in there and you're going to see us there and we're there as students were promoting this thing but were there students ryan and thank you thanks for sharing your heart your story and thanks for bringing this to us thank you for bringing it to me i'll speak first person because i need this i've been missing that had not been utilizing this method enough in my own business so thanks for your help to me and our entire audience kevin thin and honor really grateful for the opportunity and looking forward to have the chat again bart friends i am confident you're now wondering who are your hyper responsive customers and what are their primary problems that you can solve for them you're probably already solving some of those you're just not giving focused to that to draw in more.

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"reckitt" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The truth of this was shown as far back as twenty thirteen in an experiment conducted by john bohannon a journalist with a doctorate in molecular biology dr bohannon set up a sting operation by reading versions of a paper falsely claiming that a molecule found in lichens inhibits cancer the papers featured he says laughably bad methodology and a shocking conclusion that the molecule is a promising new drug despite an absence of clinical trials which would mean that if someone were actually peer reviewing they would have caught all of these very easily because it was just latently obvious he attributed the papers to two fictional biologists made up african medical institutes ten then submitted them to open access journals of one hundred and twentyone chosen from a blacklist sixty nine percent offered to publish the paper for a fee even when he turned to journals on a wait list of supposedly trustworthy open access journals thirty eight percent of the one hundred sixty seven he approached fell into the trap interesting dr bohannon experiment did lack a true control submission to journals that still charge subscriptions nevertheless his findings were worrying and since then he says things have only gotten darker one aspect of that darkness is that compiling a blacklist has itself become risky mr beale stopped adding to his list last year and left his job at the university of colorado in march he claims to have been subjected to pressure from a superior to go to a research misconduct investigation by the university and to threats of lawsuits by publishers the university for its part says that no pressure was put on him to take down the list as far as it is aware that decision that decision was his his job was never in jeopardy because of his work researching open access journals it cannot however disclose whether or not there was a research misconduct investigation disclosure happens only after a finding has been made in such an investigation mr bills list has been taken up by another researcher who has since appended six hundred and ninety new journals to it this new custodian refuses to be named meanwhile at cabals ms berryman reckitt reckons the publishers of bogus journals are getting even cannier she has seen cases of journals she regards as suspect claiming to be on white lists fabricating citation scores for papers stating plausible timeframes for peer review claims of rapid review or often associated with questionable journals and brazenly listing has sitting on their editorial board scholars who are not in fact doing so well i mean this is an insane level of fraud here that you're talking massive miss berryman says to that some websites copying copy wording and graphics used by legitimate journals other sites go further assuming a name that is confusingly similar to that of a reputable journal and according to ivan renske cofounder of retraction watch a glove at monitor such matters questionable journals now also occasionally retract articles in a bid to appear responsible what is the benefit of committing this fraud so your paid they're paying to put their no the authors are paying to keep their jobs yet the officers are paying the authors published in these journals south these journal seem reputable now you're going to be one often is to want to be published in those journals so they're going to submit to them and pay to get in them right but if you're submitting a questionable study in the first place it doesn't matter you work for the state go to the state and you say you said i had to publish comes down to the this is the state oh well journals are not the people who are the grants are the state oh berkeley professors have a set number of studies they have to publish per year per semester get graded on value of the study or end up to the study or anything like that just whether it's published number of publications you have touch on a little which means that they didn't get a grant from taxpayer money grant they just keep their job wow all right so we're going to continue here in moments and this is the educational government monopoly that is truly what's this before all right eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom you can join us here on free talk live bring applets on your minds from the six letter of captain mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions unfortunately.

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"reckitt" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

The Fandom Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

"I started being like this analogy matchup because this scripture in the bible says this is an algae doesn't match up and i don't think they were prepared for that i'm looking at you john all right so yeah higham studied so pretty much avengers infinity or marvel went from black panther to avengers infinity were they're gonna have a little break so star wars can do its thing and then they're going to aunt man and the wasp and this book was going to be amazing for them i think amazons can do really well now i think i think that you need to thank me because i'm personally i'm personally responsible for the success of infinity were now because it's on my phantom movie league okay is sports fan calls it their team yes yes exactly so you'll just have to thank me later when it beats out wrinkle in time again and every other movie like literally i have so many movies and they're all like like hardly anything like i guess i just thought get the rotten tomatoes score thing by you've got enough of the right movies i mean that's all there is i don't know i don't know i it's close it's going to be cold so you guys enough bee's fantastic beasts might bring you home at the end all right we'll we'll jackass reckitt ralph yeah just jackass record and that's the same weekend reckitt ralph and fantastic beaks come out in the same weekend.

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Teen's Apple Watch may have saved her life

WBT's Morning News with Bo Thompson

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Teen's Apple Watch may have saved her life

"Sharon road gyms silky news talk eleven ten ninety nine three wbz's it's thursday morning wbz's morning news some of the top stories still trying to figure out why that big c one thirty military plane crashed and burned in savannah yesterday reporter steve olson sammy crashed the massive cargo plane miss crashing into the savannah international airport it came down over busy roads and train tracks nearby knocking out power to the area no drivers on the ground were hurt but there were several service members on board they were on their way to era sonal roads in around the savannah airport could be close for weeks as military investigators try to figure out what went wrong stephen saami nine people died on that plane members of the national guard from puerto rico they were flying to retire the old plane which had a lot of age and a lot of miles on it it is about thirteen here before six zero wbz i'm mark garrison info thompson briefly this morning joe blow will be joining us shortly from out at quail hollow and doing the rest of the morning show from out out at the country club this morning say do you have an apple watch if so this story will definitely catch your attention a teenager in florida says the apple watch no question about it saved her life as a cheerleading gymnastics champion eighteen year old deante reckitt walled seemed like the picture of health until an urgent alert from her apple watch warning the teen harassing heart rate hit a whopping one hundred ninety beats per minute the only symptom that i had was that i was out of breath from walking and standing and sitting so kinda didn't make much sense her mother stacey a registered nurse check your pulse found the watch was spot on and rusty on to the er a blood test revealed deanna was in kidney failure with both her kidneys functioning at below thirty percent.

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Before the Bell: Futures seek direction as GE shifts earnings focus to industrials; Trump tweet knocks oil

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Before the Bell: Futures seek direction as GE shifts earnings focus to industrials; Trump tweet knocks oil

"The bank of england governor mark carney made waves for the pound yesterday and tech shares swoon plus the other big story in the markets will focus on how we just heard of course from carlos go talking about how he wants to change the alliance between nissan motors and renault so that it can function independently of his leadership once he's no longer at the hell no news of course on his retirement but he is getting close to retirement age so let's take you through the markets then this morning tech shares are lower in asia particularly taiwan semiconductors there is a key apple supply and helped to push all the tech shares down all we have we basically reached peak smartphone demands get earnings from the big tech john's next week apple alphabet facebook twitter and so on the asia pacific now down seven ten of one percent this morning we've also seen the japanese yen weaken something of a mixed trading picture for japanese equities topics is operatives jumps at nikei down attend of one percent and in the bone space worth watching ozzie bonds tracking losses overnight and government debt markets in the uk germany and the us we of course had yesterday the us benchmark yield breakthrough two point nine percent we're still there two point nine one percent although no movement in the early hours this morning this as we're really reassessing inflation because of recent gains include metals and other commodity prices having said that she's not doing particularly well this money off to a couple of very strong weeks rimba commodity index down three tenths of one percent okay that's a little flavor of the markets this morning let me bring you some breaking news though first of all that headline from reckitt bank as a first quarter comparable sales up two percent the estimate was for a gain of two point six percent of course they make all sorts of things that go into your medicine cabinet records on track for a full year net revenue aim of thirteen to fourteen percent that's a record bank is a saying i quarter like for like sales gain two percent so that read headline in the bloomberg terminal also from barclays this is very interesting barclays just daily now has a period during which to review barclays board is continuing.

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BNP Trading System Bug Wiped $3 Billion Off Taiwan Energy Stock

02:15 min | 2 years ago

BNP Trading System Bug Wiped $3 Billion Off Taiwan Energy Stock

"When it opens bnp paribas trading whitehall three billion dollars of taiwan's stock exchange tell us more looks like they've ended their talks i mean it is official at the end of the talks with fis irs consumer operations on the mark the market seems quite relief five fifty nine sixty points and bid yeah so we're seeing shares of reckitt benckiser apps more than six and a half percent right now so as you mentioned yesterday them saying late yesterday that's any discussions about buying a portion of pfizer's consumer health business now we're getting some notes out this morning one from rb see the european analyst saying this is this withdrawal is really a relief and we're seeing a relief in the in the shares this morning okay great stuff thank you so much for joining us bloomberg's bree taylor and london with stalks towards this morning minus okay garin and i mean it was the curtain raiser dando curtain raisers what the fed they raise rates that was pretty much expected quarter percentage point that was baked into the market but the real story is that dot plot the federal open market committee is not just one dot move away one don't move away from four hikes this year just high split where they twenty nine policymakers expect three more moves to to come in twenty twenty fifty basis points more tightening than they forecast back in december now.

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"reckitt" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"I'm surprised ill at this man back nearer arcade let alone the helmand other videogame movie cut what really i that's it up that could be conceivably worse than this is on par i care of you why are we doing this arcade i'm unplugging i just got a scroll of scroll showed up to date said i need to go beyond homeless person entirely and so what is this is my last show i'm just letting everyone know i home liz entirely and probably do whatever the scroll tells me this shows up and i just do it successful concert pianist drop all the scroll tells me the uk go turbo until we get to reckitt ralph and you can bail okay damn thank god black panther is next i might make it back for that one i do want to see that movie but this is not the handiwork again of someone that i feel like is in great command action or dialogue thing out storytelling in general but let's get through it ardy tell him what this plot is and we will beat the shit out of legend of john lee when chun lee was a little girl her father was abducted by the evil crime lord bison play by new mcdonald's now is an adult chun lee is played by christian cruch and follows mysterious clues that 'tiger to bangkok where bison his kept her father prisoner low these many years she was led thereby jen not gem but jan leader of the order of the web laid by mortal combats robin xiao how dare you do both franchises senior epa having a better way better in that one that's all i got a day the wiggins better at for well jen wants chung lease help in bringing down by sinn also working against bison is detective maya sunni played by moon blood good now i'm channel.

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"reckitt" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"So you don't really have the capacity would you still got four people in the office that take the calls we don't have the truck to do that anymore so that's on you people what good to know that i pay the taxes so that you can answer the phone and tell me that it's not happy we are in this tale of two cities over here best the times in the worst the times because we have unlimited resources to pay out when the cop shoot people or to pay the teachers that are over there in purgatory 'cause they're molesting kids wait we have unlimited resources for that but when it comes to the stumps or the garbage by the side the freeway or the matches itself has like we don't win on and we need your oil separator checked if you've have on the shop and oil separated that guy is out there on them on the mark oh yeah award the will there's nothing we do better than greg harking enforce now an parking enforcement or insane about ball behind us is literally just piles there is a toilet gabriel show you pick somebody one full gallop there are on a toilet out there and there are unfortunately i thought that was your at her new of destroyed that toilet missed drowned there is a girl while they just smash he took the sledge dramatic now he took this legit mad a toilet which is just on the sidewalk it's just a it's a destroyed the toilet on the sidewalk they don't have the garbage guys don't pick up garbage they worked a robotic arm right that goes where the can and of a cancer facing mecca they'll keep driving reckitt happened to me once or twice where the the can was faced the wrong direction so god forbid they'd have to get out of god the m truck in turn the kanter here's my thing if you can't get out of a truck you shouldn't be a garbage man like if that's a whole new or are like you know and i really don't do getting out of trunks fine peter goddamn accountant but don't be a garbage man because everything's robotic arm so we don't have any ability to pick up the sofas the mattresses or the busted up to.

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"reckitt" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It means you are the race that you believe you are worse to compromising their when other people say when all races basically something that's based on you know on on uh you know in you know in in in your dna i mean that's something of of of what you you are in all that that's why everybody's getting their dna checked out the final where they of all came from now it doesn't it doesn't mean we should judge you as a human being the right by your race that that he's been to hear you live your life and death address gender i declare the harvard you wanna live it's just if we're going because here's where it becomes different and that is when you have ed and we did through a joint edict from the department of education and the justice department told public schools they have to accommodate students and these are students that just simply by going to the office and telling the administration of that school that they were at that point going to be identified as whatever gender and then whatever name will now you're changing essentially legal status legal reckitt gut recognition and status then the reason the department of justice was on board without a edict than was a part of it was because they were essentially telling the public schools that if you don't do this than eurocentral you got to be violating the rights of these students so that's where it becomes different and it becomes different when for example whether it's a new york human rights commission that says you as an employer must call your employees and your customers by their preferred gender pronoun you talking about a call somebody whatever i wish to call them no you must call them what they think they are no i won't where's the compromising right there is no compromising so what you want me to do as you want me to pretend that somebody is something that they are biologically not yes otherwise we will destroy your business what you've gotta be kidding me where's the compromise well then if the.

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"reckitt" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"That means that i'm up contact cool enough if they will need fifty boats which they can do it only republican and to the'maximum 'capi on the side of the tax cut which can be a trillion and a half over a decade a window to contribute they're going to get going through thirteen bill coming out votes in committee votes on the house and senate poorer than off to the races we go here guard so are there any time can streets given the way there were forced the budget agreement with budget proposal i should say uh do not i mean the kind can trade reconciliation protection to budapest reckitt and go through run through september 30th next year to they've got to develop turbopowered car comment a p where they want to get done bashir they in good we had a lot of momentum but account to erupt rookie the details and so we're will the tax brackets be what will they do to retirement savings into that it was notably due to a child tax credit what they're gonna do to taxation all the details are coming to the tune in uh you know little when mood come out this one you'll see the real intense opposition fight so is the hard work done at this point or is it yet though noda hard work is just beginning until you are as weird they've gotten where they going to healthcare which they got a budget and the neck wait for it to guide and help give it got to build about but a good to not rode hard work is dari it is hard but it the real our work at getting attacked bill written putting with the rules and getting enough dope to become law so whenever you start to seeing some negotiation since a real hard and fast a tax proposals here i think you'll theme the proposals from outside chairman kevin brady infant abundant chairman orrin hatch within a few weeks i am attracted thursday that he hoped to relieve who by early november two two two time premature all working on it to the'dumping in uh in that premature look they're going to try and find ways to make sure they get the boat they need to put out the quick though which object to.

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"reckitt" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on WJR 760

"Had you though in an an an an attack of business on a small businessman i call you and say boy i i don't know what's going on here what are you need how can you help me what do you say but what i've tried to do differently here's customize a menu where there are some level of affordability for smaller businesses versus going to larger firms where the fees were going to be excessive and and try to have a menu abide reckitt provide help for an an for a something that's a four 'able and large firms it's just a big ticket to get going and i wanted to use the format were smaller companies could get to my advice without spending six figures in had eagle about that went went when i'm i'm a small business i call you when i say what do you need for me well what i would want what a wonderful mirrors your financial information in your business plans and i want to understand your industry and in preparation for a call i would review there and then from there i would try to modify how i could help you in maybe i could help you and a couple of hours in maybe i could help you had a couple of days it will all depend on the complexity of your situation and by the way whether you're even fixable it seems that people who think their businesses doing away it's like it's like cancer i eat of a given business healthy slows i always think of the the words that go along with with health so a lot of people go to the doctor is they don't feel well and they have cancer obviously you want a preventive medicine you should have on the year before i got nick checkup to tell heavy get people who think their businesses are healthy and may not be heather they know and how do you get them to call you.

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"reckitt" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on First Take

"Pd users the list goes on and on to sit up here and astra this young man because he decided to make a peaceful protests i think that it's it's it's laudable and it's a portable why those folks came out there and supported him the way that they did because i think ultimately what we're going to get down in terms of brass tacks we are we gonna get to is this somehow some way the nfl the owners are going to have to stand up and state their position as opposed to try and allied to the american public though tell us that this man can't stop with at least five to ten teams and nfl don't tell me he can't be a backup for at least 28 teams in the nfl don't tell me that he doesn't deserve a check with in the national football league when you got scrubs in fact been nfl like viruses all over the place that they can't play a damn lic don't tell us that you are keeping him out of the league because you don't want this trouble now as an owner you have the right to do that too but guess what you should be compelled to state it as a matter of reckitt that this is your position he will affect my bottom line and i have a right as a businessman not to have my bottom line of sector if you are an owner you stood up and said that is ridiculous is that would be because it would be ridiculous in a multibillion dollar stablishment that is the nfl.

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"reckitt" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Warring groups in the world i sat there and said wait and see because this is really good for the trump white house general kelly being the grownup breather the adult in the room rookie the white house reckitt president trump recognizing he can have a mini me i say this what love and affection what is enough we all need one plus a half one of donald trump but i saw everybody scaramucci at the white house last week and i heard him in person i know how we talked and i'm not i don't think retrain anything that was off the record i mean this was a guy that talks about burning into the ground fire everybody barbara and i get it he was supposed to be the fixture right a care call a reporter for the for the new yorker magazine go on a rant and forget to tell the reporter oh by the way this is supposed to be off the record that's such a fundamental thing it's not even the that it call in that amateur hour insults amateur hour n no need to wallow in what happened what last week is over i wish him well he's got a lot of apparently family stuff to deal with new baby marital struggles in whatever you hope he does fine thank goodness for general kelly and you know how you can tell the something went very well and there's good news for the trump administration when the post or the times polls crap like this i'm serious do you think any body in america gives a rats rear end about what donald trump said the donald trump jr about some stupid in significant meeting about russian adoptions with some woman said she had dirt i do think anybody what does that do to your 401 k what does that do your health care benefits what does that do for your family but does any of that meeting in your life or mine now i've got some news in front of me from today doubt futures already rose one hundred two points wall street kicks off the month of august on an extremely high note the sp posted its best monthly gain since february last month the all the all kinds of huge financial news we looked at your 401 k lately i mean does that matter.

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"reckitt" Discussed on Filmhaus

Filmhaus

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on Filmhaus

"What we have we have come to it's like the most commercialise piece of shit like it feels like an obligation like no one wanted to make this like all the writers everyone's i i'm going to try something and they said we want to change this business at whatever ears you think seizing nobody actually sat down it was like i'm going to write the emoji movie all it i think somebody did i think there's an assignment nearly rain this this has homework someone said yes someone said you're going to rain amy we're going to find someone who prot who i'm curious if we look up the writers on it i'll am i am deby page renowned what what they've done beforehand because they're probably like some would definitely a writer for higher lou basically they were like you make this emoji movie in a all right so then they looked at other things that were successful lego movie ands named different things that has uttering reckitt relic hill alphaeko all these things they probably saw reckitt ralph and someone said well what if you want to now i can tell you is that one person tribe one of them wrote eager a your call that i was honoured one of them road proxies grew okay and one of them route lee loan stitched tuesday teza glitch annan at the other nation writers for higher yeah those days they're writing sequels to actually good film so this i there french agai that executive possible i an advertiser i believe if you look at the way it played out it's like oh it'll be inside of a phone and then right the doors wide open we cannot have any number of partners paid to be in this move yeah we'll just spread the words they were making a movie about apps yeah and if you want your featured in it then then it probably was paid for itself now and and so they just needed to release it out obligations litigating the commercial curbing experience phones or tomorrow night.

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"reckitt" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"reckitt" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The glenn beck program hello and welcome to the program this on the mercury studios in las colinas texas where it's about nine thousand degrees and we're happy to be free but we wouldn't mind a cooling trend from timetotime who wasn't the saw weather forecast that this had a good hot summer street cares about a good streak uh yes here north x is now it hasn't hit one hundred yet though has maybe once they're just the heat of they're usually like eighteen or nineteen days during the summer but that's coming this weekend apparently so i'll good don't to two so i was as in in california california just has the perfect weather california why did they reckitt did they the reckitt so it is so who faked i bet you could look at it this way if they hadn't have wrecked it it would probably have maybe two hundred and sixty million people living there if everybody could afford to live there that's where everybody would live because it's just beautiful and perfect because of the heat and humidity that two hundred million people don't live in texas yes imagine the stay without air conditioning or people are moving here than any other place so maybe some of them are like me and enjoy the warm weather you enjoy this out totally healing which will you really this humid now i mean it's not perfect the most prefer but i would choose this over every most places else in a in a minute heavens owing i mean i'm from the i'm from the mountain wess van and like i can handle the humidity church yesterday this steering wheel was seven thousand decrees all my gosh the beer it i've it's his started for the of service so the aca is rather boat skews the planet killer at a to concern of ours just to do like that environmentallyaware idea kovalev by in one of those yesterday i got out church got in my cars like is so odd as though touch the signal battle though.

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