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Fresh "Reid" from KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Reid" from KYW 24 Hour News

"On sale race. This is the place enough, said Fred. That's why everyday people say is Barbera the best boy, I guess. In the K y w News Radio 24 hour traffic Center. I'm Stevie Reid saying Stevie Let's get the forecast sponsored by Colonial Marble and Granite, NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Steve Sascha Good Friday afternoon. It's pleasantly warm with temperatures in the lower seventies. We will stay dry through the evening, but fog will increase during the overnight low temperature down to 59 degrees. It's a murky start on Saturday with morning fog and mist but afternoon it turns much nicer, with high temperature up to 75 degrees. Nice and warm there by Sunday, though much cooler. As cool air comes in from the north. Temperatures struggled to get into the middle fifties will see sunshine giving way to cloud some showers South and east of Philadelphia Monday. We start the day with some showers but mild during the afternoon with a high back up to 70 degrees. I'm NBC 11th work meteorologist Steve Sauce. Now with your most accurate forecast, count 71 getting down to 59 tonight something area's largest election and find our lowest prices ever. A colonial marble and granite get a fully installed granite countertop for just 14 99, or interest. Financing and no money down on purchases of 1999.

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Fresh "Reid" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:40 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Reid" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"With Benjamin Netanyahu. The Israeli prime minister was careful in his response. Do you think sleepy? Joe could have made this deal, baby sleepy, Joe, I think. Did you think he would have made this deal somehow? I don't think so. Well. Or from any one in America. We appreciate what you've done. And obviously earlier this year, the U. S broker deals for normalized relations between Israel and both You and Bahrain. This comes in the absence of any progress between Israel and the Palestinians Wins news time 3 31 traffic in transit Here's Greg Rice We go to the north of Harlem River Drive just after the R F K Bridge and through the one thirties, you've gotta crash leaving one lane open. Yes, it does damage back into the nineties now on the FDR, but the bigger damage being John is on the R F K bridge, leaving the Bronx and Queens trying to get to Manhattan. Everything is at an absolute standstill. Auto v R. F K Bridge West Side Highway won't be worse, but it's not pretty and getting worse from the seventies on up towards the George everything in route to the bridge already bad on this Friday afternoon. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels. Inbound lowers better about 15 across still about 30 minutes, though, onto the inbound upper level of the George Washington Bridge, looking to the Lincoln It's about 15 and 30. Plus on the outbound Reid already upwards of an hour at the Outback, the Holland Tunnel, the Garden State Parkway at this hour. We're looking at a whole lot of extra company as you come down towards the area of eggs at 1 45, the New Jersey Turnpike South, slow getting past the turnpike. And passed to 87 traffic sponsored by Plaza Jewish Community Chapel. I'm Greg Rice on 10 10 wins My local coffee shop is my Penn State World campus Classroom, Giving me the full pennstate experience online. My Penn State classroom is getting me to where I wanna be. Click on the Adder Visit World campus dot ps you dot e d u to learn more Now the 10 10 win. Zach, you weather four day forecast. Here's meteorologist Brian Thompson says. We're seeing at least some breaks of sunshine this afternoon. Ah, nice improvement over yesterday in most locations..

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Fresh "Reid" from KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:43 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "Reid" from KYW 24 Hour News

"Fees may apply shop safe with papal 3 12 will take a look at the presidential debate after we talk to Stevie Mercedes van sponsors, traffic and weather on the tubes. We've got a lot going on here with 95 north out completely closed down. We've got the closure of the school expressway at the eastbound back up. It is just a mess. The delay on 95 starts before the Walt Whitman Bridge now and goes all the way up to Gerard where everybody is forced off. There was an earlier crash. They're trying to clean up from this so you can get right back on there. But it's just the huge delay. Even getting to that point. That's the problem. It's over an hour sitting through that now South on 95. It's jam for the Betsy Ross Bridge down to Gerard. Everybody's really just taking a look at what's going on. Can't blame him. Pretty spectacular. Westbound surgical expressways jammed up universe from past young into university. That's where everybody has forced off. This is a weekend long project, so it's close between university and 30th Street and then eastbound traffic is backed up. From just about the boulevard all the way down to 30th Street where we have one lane getting throughout university, The eastbound Vine Street Expressway pretty jammed up as soon as you get on and heading toward Broadway, and then all the way up to 95. That's because of the accident that's on 95 north, and you've got jams traffic westbound trying to get on the surgical expressway as well as you could imagine. Kelly drive is really jammed up, too, as you try to head in toward around sexually both the Boathouse row area because everybody's trying to get off the surgical expressway and we've got James traffic on Lincoln. Five inbound. There's construction that is blocking the right lane south of written house watching New Jersey on to 95 South bound traffic slow 3 22. That's because of construction and 2 95 south approaching, 42 is slow as well. Pretty decent condition on the area bridges the Ben Franklin westbound is a bit heavy, and you've also got heavy traffic on the £20. My road bridge both ways. Looks like they may be picking up that construction mass transit things. We're looking Really good. Mercedes Benz certified pre owned sales event going on now through November. 2nd visit mbusa dot com or your local authorized Mercedes Benz dealer for available inventory and limited time offers in the K Y w News Radio 24 hour traffic Center. I'm Stevie Reid saying, Stevie, Let's get the forecast. NBC 11th Alert me around Just Steve's good Friday afternoon. It's pleasantly warm with temperatures in the lower seventies. We will stay dry through the evening. But.

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Fresh "Reid" from Drew Garabo Live

Drew Garabo Live

00:57 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "Reid" from Drew Garabo Live

"Appreciate you, buddy. What a cool deal. He's cool. Yeah, that that that was something new we started doing. They went up. Tio, Louisiana. I don't know which one. It was Somebody who chases storms and they actually spent. You know the day in the middle of the hurricane, So he's he's really pushing the envelope on what he's doing in the storm. I have concerns about Mike. The Storm chaser. We need him. Yes, forecast. You can't chase the storm and Report on the storms all year long, you gotta you know, choose one or the other. I think you think you can. He's got a lot of chasing and a lot of knowledge, So he's combining those two worlds. And should there be something he's not afraid to go all, Bill Paxton. Ah ah! It's good to know that after I died, there's a guy willing to fill my shoes. His name is Mike. He's gotta weather page Helen Hunt licks Mus ack Like hell you like a ride at universal? What's that We should get Micah Reid is only would be pretty cool. I mean, that's when Mike will know that he arrived intact, so.

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Fresh update on "reid" discussed on The KFBK Morning News

The KFBK Morning News

00:41 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "reid" discussed on The KFBK Morning News

"Be now none ofthe mall location. Also San Francisco. Just interesting, though we told you about this about a year ago, But Charles Schwab, who grew up right here in Woodland, Ah, and of course, built this monstrous financial company in San Francisco. They're now in the process of moving their headquarters from San Francisco to Dallas is all part of their well. They bought up TD Ameritrade. That was $26 billion deal and As part of that they just made the decision. We're moving from San Francisco on the H Q. From now on, will be in Dallas Market overall today a little bit lower Intel a big drag down about 11%. A cz their data center business not doing great and their next chip has been delayed is well. Dow Down 35 points a 23 28 NASDAQ Down 25, The S and P is up two points in early trading. Gold down to oil down just to drop it. 40 $40.50 a barrel 10 year bond deal 100.85 Kelly, Many thanks. Talked again and a half an hour. So Eileen, we've been rolling out as many audio clips as we possibly can scream cram into this program from the debate last night, and right now the topic will be health care. Yeah, President Trump said his administration has done an incredible job with health care. What I would like to do is a much better health care. Much better will always protect people with preexisting. So I'd like to terminate Obamacare come up with a brand new, beautiful healthcare. The Democrats will do it because there'd be tremendous pressure on them, and we might even have the house by that time. He was a little light on the specifics. He saw the body of a beautiful program but really didn't get into it. He did talk about the individual mandate. The individual mandate where you have to pay a fortune for the privilege of not having to pay for bad health insurance. I terminated its gone. And the problem and also Dr Reid health always protecting people with preexisting conditions. And one thing very important. We have 180 million people out there that have great private health care far more than we're talking about with Obama care. Okay now to Joe Biden. Here's what he said about health care, He said health care should be a right the difference between the president. I think health care is not a privilege. It's a right everyone should have the right to have affordable health care. And now Joe Biden talking about his plan when I'm going to do is pass Obamacare with a public option. Become biting care. The public option is an option that says that if you in fact do not have the wherewithal to be if you qualify for Medicaid and you do not have the wherewithal than your state to get Medicaid, you automatically enrolled. Okay, Here's Joe Biden, talking about reducing drug prices were going to make sure we reduced the premiums and reduce drug prices by making sure that there's competition that doesn't exist now by allowing the Medicare to negotiate drug prices with the insurance companies. That's a synopsis of the health care debate. It just seemed that Joe Biden was Maurin point more specific and and one that part that that aspect of the debate last night, you know, once again, like he did in the first debate. Trump was very vain, very being on health and what he's done. But then, he says, it's going to get bigger and better And yeah, it's going to be a big, beautiful plan. Well, what does that entail? And Biden did get into some specifics, So they also talked about climate change. They talked about a whole host of things. We don't have enough time, obviously to get everything in, but we've been trying to roll out as many clips as possible. The other thing that we're doing here because we have what a dozen propositions a lot and it all seems to blend together. Prop this 15 23 What is 23 23? A lot of people don't even know what that is on, Biff. You don't know or you do know we're still going to roll that out for you. We're going to give you both sides. Break it down. What does it mean? The pros and the cons that's coming your way. In three minutes. Your chance at $1000 to help with your bill. Bill 12 chance today to win $1000 Listen for the keyword to text at the bottom of the hour. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. Thank you Think our news 93.1 kfbk. Let's imagine a world where no one ever cuts corners potato chip banks air filled to the top with a car in front of you with the stump like notices when it.

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Trump and Biden spar from afar in dueling town halls

Squawk Pod

06:13 min | Last week

Trump and Biden spar from afar in dueling town halls

"Let's talk about what happened last night president trump and former vice president biden making their case to the American people are on Dueling town halls. I was sitting there with my remote going back and forth back and forth both events focusing on the trump administration's handling of the global. Pandemic. Do, you support herd immunity as a strategy essentially just lucky. The Cure. CanNot be worse than the problem itself we did the right thing we were expected to lose two, million, two, hundred, thousand people, and maybe more than that. We're at two hundred, ten, thousand people. One person is too much should never happened because of China it happened because of China and you have to get that and understand that there's a presidential responsibility to lead and he didn't do that. He didn't talk about what needed to be done because he kept worrying in my view about the stock market. He worried if he talked about how bad this could be unless we took these precautions precautionary actions then in fact. The market down and his barometer success economies the market. Joining us up right now is political strategist and pollster Frank Luntz who watched the duly town halls with a focus group of sixteen undecided voters. Frank. What was the upshot? The upshot I've been trying to figure this out for the last couple of months? Why are these people still undecided after all this time after seeing all these different events and watching all the ads and I can answer for you right now They are nervous about trump's persona and are nervous about Joe Biden's policies, and that's what's holding them back. It's not that they can't see difference between the two candidates they see a tremendous difference. But the difference is an aspects of things, they don't like about each candidate and they're trying to decide which is more important to them. The fact that they really don't like Donald Trump as a person. Or the fact that they are really scared about what you're biding might do if he became president. Based on that assessment though as you talk to them and hear their their thoughts. Do you walk away from Matt Feeling like they're moving in one direction or another based on these events or anything else? Frankly know that they cannot decide and that they will not decide and that they're going to wait until Election Day, our history tells us that in the end if they haven't decided to support the incumbent that they end up to one supporting the Challenger. For Donald Trump the only way he can win at this point and frankly he should have done this debate it was to mistake van cancel it the only way now with this state dividing the way that they are with. So few people undecided is that he would have to win every single undecided voter and then win over four five percent who were leading to Joe Biden right now, that is a very tall order when you only have one more debate to come. To show you a couple of clips get your feedback on them. Last night president trump spoke about the economy during his townhall where Savannah Guthrie interviewed him take a look at this. We are going to have a phenomenal third quarter which will be announced on November. I just prior to the big November third day we're thinking this year red wave, but we're going to have a tremendous announcement I believe I mean we're gonNA find out but GDP is going through the roof. If we don't have somebody that raises taxes and quadruples taxes, which they want do and kills everything our economy's going to be phenomenal next year. was that an effective argument for your independence? No no, it was not. It's going to be phenomenal. It's going to be tremendous I. Guess you can applaud him for coming up with words that have three and four syllables but that's not what these undecideds are looking for. They do support they remember the economy before covert and give trump a lot of credit for that but they want to know the details how can he do it again? This current circumstance and they don't want these generalities they want to know exactly what he's going to do. They're never going to endorse him in his persona. They'll like how he attacks don't like the dish business that comes from him but did you appreciate his job and they appreciate his success they wanna see that he's going to be able to do that one more time. So franken next week, these two candidates are going to have their final debate together. Terms of approach if you were advising both candidates, you would be telling them what I be telling Joe Biden to repeat again and again. there. He goes again, you just the same line that Ronald Reagan used to remind people of what they're tired of and to remind people that there is simply frustrated and anxious and the quite frankly exhausted from this campaign. And for Donald, trump and I'm sure that he will not do this I would say look I would I would apologize to Joe Biden for that first debate I'm being very serious now I would apologize to him for that first debate and acknowledge that not everything has gone as planned but remind people that we did it before we did it again he's got the proof he's got the evidence did he knows what to do that it worked once and that it can work again I want to say one more clip. But before we do that, what do you make of all of the votes that are coming in by mail? As you're looking at the different tallies around the country, are you convinced that those are in? The prevailing wisdom is that people voting early voting for Biden do you believe that's the case I do and I'm doing a significant amount of polling on it right now, and by the way Andrew I hope that you can show the focus group because the one thing that's been very frustrating to me as upholster is that we're hearing from people like me and we're not hearing from the voters themselves and I think that that is constructive thing that could possible viewers frank let let's do. Let's do that right now because you you ask your Focus Group of sixteen hundred voters about the economy and we have a clip of that and I want to show it. With. Let's roll it. Trump had an opportunity to speak to undecided voters. He specifically mentioned the economy and what he says over and over again is it's GonNa be Great. It's going to be better than ever it's going to be. We're going to get right back to where we are and Thurs euro substance tobacco

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C-SPAN suspends Scully after he admits to lie about hack

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

03:01 min | Last week

C-SPAN suspends Scully after he admits to lie about hack

"So last night fence we had the two competing town halls and Joe Biden got a two hour town hall. President Trump got a 40 minute town hall because the 1st 20 minutes of his town hall were spent arguing with Savannah Guthrie, who thought she was there to debate the president. But what last night was supposed to be was supposed to be nice to be a town hall with both candidates on the same stage, which could have happened last night and should have happened last night. But that was a goat rodeo. And so it didn't happen last night, thanks to the council on the presidential debates. S so instead, we have the two competing town halls. Now. C Span's Steve Sculley was supposed to be moderating that town. Holly's has been one of the moderators of the town hall That was supposed to happen last night. And the whole thing fell apart and part of this whole thing falling apart. You know the president was was the president, you know? Could he be there without being a super spreader they were calling on Biden's campaign, you know, apparently didn't want in there. They only wanted him there. If he was encased in like the boy in the plastic bubble like John Travolta, you know all these ridiculousness, but Steve's going one of getting caught up in this Because President Trump criticized Steve Scully as a never Trumper And Scully tweets at Scaramucci Anthony Scaramucci build Trump aide Should Scaramucci Should I respond to Trump? And everybody is thinking. Oh, he meant his put this editor a D. M. He meant to message right scare a Scaramucci directly, but instead he tweeted it out. And that, of course, caught everyone's attention. So in response to that, Scully says, My Twitter account was hacked, and we all laughed at it because it was like the third time. He said that his Twitter account has been hacked. And every time it happens, his Twitter account goes away. And then it comes back once the controversial wait. I'm sorry. There were multiple times that he did that. Yeah, there was more than what there was more that I have. No, it's okay. I didn't. I just didn't realize that okay? Yeah, he's done a multiple times hilarious even worse. Yeah, so so his account goes away, and then it comes back. So that's why I think a lot of people were a little little suspicious about him, saying that his account was hacked yet again. Well, turns out he could not keep up the lie, and he has admitted that his Twitter account was not hacked, he said. I falsely claim that my Twitter account had been hacked. So he has now been suspended as the political editor Force C span after he admitted that his Twitter feed was hacked. And you know what part of me feels like. Okay, good for him. He admitted it. How many of these people especially on the left will ride that denial down into the grand and into their graves? Because they say, Hey, it worked for joy Reid. So it'll work for me and what is left. Do they just deny and double down on denying double down and then they dare you to continue to come after them and most on the right, Just go OK and they walk away, but that didn't work for Steve

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Florida pauses football following virus outbreak

John Reid

00:22 sec | Last week

Florida pauses football following virus outbreak

"That's for sure. Dustin Johnson withdraws from this week's Las Vegas PGA Tour stop. Tested positive soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo tested positive the Florida Gator football team pausing team activities because of an increase in positive covert tests among the players. They're supposed to play. L S U on Saturday. The NFL's announced will begin testing for current virus on Game day. Starting this

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Amy Coney Barrett: Trump Supreme Court nominee faces questions

John Reid

00:16 sec | Last week

Amy Coney Barrett: Trump Supreme Court nominee faces questions

"Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett is facing senators questions this morning for the first time during confirmation hearings. The mood is likely to shift to a more confrontational tone. When Democrats get their turn. She was the nominated to fill the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Republicans have the votes for confirmation.

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Fall foliage makes its way to Pennsylvania

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | Last week

Fall foliage makes its way to Pennsylvania

"Going going to to be be a a good good one one hears hears Kay Kay Wadis Wadis Marc Marc Abrahams. Abrahams. Ryan Ryan Reed Reed is is a a fall fall foliage foliage specialist specialist in in the the bureau, bureau, Forestry Forestry in in the the state state Department Department of of Conservation Conservation and and Natural Natural Resources Resources this year. We're seeing fantastic color across the state, the only places that aren't really showing fantastic color right now, are you What's to stop where typically That's much later in the month, so it just hasn't gotten area. So, Reed says. For those who live in southeastern Pia, this would be a time to head for points. North can't go wrong. The Southern Pocono region right now over into, say, Pinchot State Forest or directly North along order of New Jersey in the Delaware water Gap region, Reid says, We're in the peak part of the season for leaf viewing. Don't miss your opportunity to see a great show because this year is already way vivid very well. Wide power the colors out there. Reed leads a team of state forestry to prepare a weekly forecast on the best spots to see Pennsylvania's fall leaves. You can find a link at our website K y w news radio dot com Marc Abrahams

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Miami - $100K Stolen From Elderly Couple In Insurance Scam

WIOD Programming

00:30 sec | Last week

Miami - $100K Stolen From Elderly Couple In Insurance Scam

"Charles Klein Mets stole $100,000 from an elder of the couple he represented, detectives say climates helped the couple obtain an annuity. That would pay for their care if they were admitted to an assisted living facility. When the husband was admitted. Cops say climates helped the woman cash out the policy, placing the money into an account she thought would be used to pay your husband's bills. Instead, he convinced her to sign two checks totaling $100,000, which he then invested into businesses He was involved in. I'm Reid Shepherd. The Miami Heat play the

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Commission on Presidential Debates cancels second debate

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | Last week

Commission on Presidential Debates cancels second debate

"There will be no presidential debate next week. CBS News correspondent Chip Reid is at the White House. The second presidential debate has now officially been canceled in the Trump campaign is blaming the debate commission. They say that they are biased in favor of Joe Biden. CBS

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The next presidential debate will be virtual, but Trump says he won’t participate

John Reid

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

The next presidential debate will be virtual, but Trump says he won’t participate

"Plans are uncertain. At this point, Mary Bruce reports, the Biden and Trump campaign's have different views on the announcement that next week's debate would be virtual. The fate of future debates is up in the air. It started with a surprise announcement that next Thursday's presidential debate would be virtual. The commission, saying the decision was made to protect the health and safety of all involved. The Biden campaign was open to it, but Trump almost immediately shot it down. Trump's still battling the virus says a virtual forum is unnecessary. With no clear solution. Last night's vice presidential debate could be the last face off of this campaign.

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Stocks open higher on stimulus optimism

John Reid

00:15 sec | 2 weeks ago

Stocks open higher on stimulus optimism

"U. S lawmakers in the White House can reach a a new new deal deal on on stimulus stimulus for for pandemic pandemic relief, relief, and and we're we're seeing seeing that that reflected reflected in in the the early early market market indicators indicators this this morning morning and and the the optimism optimism self self Wall Wall Street Street higher higher yesterday yesterday with with gains gains of of almost 2% Fed officials were challenged

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Jerome Powell, Fed Chair, Says Economy Has 'a Long Way to Go' as Trump Calls Off Stimulus Talks

John Reid

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jerome Powell, Fed Chair, Says Economy Has 'a Long Way to Go' as Trump Calls Off Stimulus Talks

"President Trump's decision to pull the plug on talks with Democrats on another current virus stimulus package came about the same time his own Fed chair issued a bleak assessment of the economy. Doria Aldinger has detail the chairman of the Federal Reserve says the economy needs government helped to recover from Cove in 19, and it needs it now long slowing in the pace of improvement over time could trigger typical recessionary dynamics. Jerome Howell, speaking at a National Association for Business Economics conference, there is a risk that the rapid initial gains from reopening they transition to alone. Unger than expected slogs back to full recovery as some segments struggle with the pandemics. Continued fallout, Powell says. Without more help, more businesses will close, triggering job losses and that can lead to a drop in spending.

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Supreme Court restores witness requirement for South Carolina ballots

John Reid

00:23 sec | 2 weeks ago

Supreme Court restores witness requirement for South Carolina ballots

"The Supreme Court has reinstated a requirement at South Carolina residents voting by mail in November's election can get a witness to sign their balance. Democrats had sought to have that requirement put on hold because of the pandemic, but Republicans had defended it as deterring fraud. While the High court reinstated the requirement as a lawsuit over as the lawsuit over it. Proceeds. Voters have already started returning ballots.

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Trump Back At White House After Being Discharged From Walter Reed In Washington, DC

John Reid

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump Back At White House After Being Discharged From Walter Reed In Washington, DC

"Trump waking up back in the White House this morning after checking out of the Walter Reed Medical Center last evening, the president proclaiming he feels better than he did. 20 years ago, President Trump is back at the White House, released from the hospital discharged by doctors at Walter Reed Medical Center, going up a set of stairs to a first floor balcony and giving two thumbs up before posting about the virus on Twitter. Don't be afraid of it. You're gonna beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines all developed recently, Trump spent nearly three days at the hospital receiving treatments typically reserved for the most serious cova diagnosis, including steroids and and antibody antibody therapy. therapy.

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Boston - Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs Turn It On Late To Beat Patriots 26-10

The KDKA Radio Morning News

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Boston - Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs Turn It On Late To Beat Patriots 26-10

"Took the unbeaten chiefs awhile to get going. But Kansas City pulled away from New England. 26 10 with 2/4 quarter touchdowns, nine seconds apart. Patrick Mahomes second touchdown pass in the night than a Tyrone Matthew interception return, Andy Reid says they got away with one we made plays. When we had to make place. We could learn from this and we've got to do better. A lot areas, but it is tough to win in this league, and it's tough to be The Patriots in any situation. In the

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Trump criticized by medical experts after leaving hospital to drive by supporters

Morning Edition

04:25 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump criticized by medical experts after leaving hospital to drive by supporters

"Sometime last week, the president felt unwell. Early Friday morning, The president said he had tested positive for Corona virus. Later Friday, his oxygen levels dropped and concerned doctors administered oxygen. Amid that concern. A helicopter carried the president to the hospital On Saturday, the president's doctor went on live TV and gave the world a fog of misleading information. Some of his statements obscured the facts. We have just laid out. Dr Sean Conley. Sonny assessment even included a statement that the president is quote slightly overweight. He's generally classified as obese. Conley and other White House officials now say he made the statements to the country on TV because off the possible effect on the patient, a single TV viewer inside the hospital. For the moment, the president seems better. And in a highly unusual move on Sunday, the infected president climbed into an SUV and rode out to wave to supporters. NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson is here to analyze all of this. Hey, there, Morrow. Hi, Steve. What is the medical team saying now? But we last heard from the medical team yesterday. They said the president has continued to improve so much that he could be sent home to the White House today. That's different than going home for an ordinary person. Of course, there's a full medical staff. 20 to 30 people in the White House medical unit. But at the same time we learned yesterday that the president's oxygen levels dropped twice, once on Friday, once on Saturday, and that he's now taking a cocktail of drugs that doctors say would be given to someone with a severe case of Cove Inn. We also did hear from the president in a Twitter video last night, and he looked better sounded more like himself. And here's some of what he said. I learned a lot about Cove it I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. So that video was taken right before the president did that drive by that you described to wave to supporters outside Walter Reed. That's something that has horrified some medical experts. They say that the SUV is pretty much hermetically sealed, and he was endangering the lives of the agents who have to ride in the SUV with him. One of them Dr. James Phillips, who's an attending physician at Walter Reed called it insanity. Well, in what ways has the story changed that the medical team in the White House has told Well. On Saturday, the White House physician Sean Conley, laid out this timeline that started trumps diagnosis and treatment earlier than known. But then later he had to issue a statement walking that back. He also seemed to tie himself up into pretzels to avoid lying. At one point, Connolly was asked did the president's oxygen level drops below 90? He said. Well, it was below 94, but it wasn't like they were in the low eighties or something. So I'm not sure what you wanted space. Yeah, a lot of space there, but he did give a very positive impression of Trump's condition. On Saturday, Just moments later, contradicted by an anonymous source from the AP learned was chief of staff Mark Meadows. Later, Conley was asked about this, and here's what he said. I was trying to reflect the upbeat attitude that the team president, there's course of illness has had. Didn't want to give any information that might steer the course of illness in another direction, and in doing so, you know came off that we're trying to hide something. It wasn't true. So it's what you were describing earlier kind of audience of one problem Thiss sounds like he was saying what he thought the president wanted him to say. You know, the White House has gone to great lengths to make sure the president does not appear appear in feeble DDE in any way. Made sure that he went to Walter Reed. While he could still walk to the helicopter and the implicit message of that limo ride yesterday. The SUV Reid was that the president is fine. Mara is it normal for presidents to be less than forthcoming about their health? Well, many presidents have been less than forthcoming. FDR was rarely photographed in the wheelchair. JFK had a variety of health issues, which weren't described accurately. But I don't think we've ever seen such an extreme version with as little transparency and as much confusion as this Mara. Thanks so much. Thank you. You're what's NPR's? That's NPR's Mara Liasson. All right. Now let's work through what treatments the

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Trump Could Leave Washington, DC Hospital As Early As Monday, Doctors Say

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump Could Leave Washington, DC Hospital As Early As Monday, Doctors Say

"Trump's Trump's doctors doctors say say his his condition condition is is improving improving and and he he could could be be discharged discharged from from Walter Walter Reed Reed Medical Medical Center Center today. today. Yesterday, Yesterday, even even went went for for a a short short car car ride ride and and Wade Wade that that supporters supporters outside the hospital here. CBS's Chip Reid, I'm about to make a little surprise visit after tweeting this video from his suite at Walter Reed Hospital. The president made a surprise drive by Waving to supporters outside. The president's doctors say he is extremely eager to get back to the White House, and that could happen, they say as early as Monday, but they also are describing some symptoms. Deeply worrisome. Over the course of his illness. The president has experienced two episodes of transient drops his oxygen saturation for a

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott restricts mail-in ballot drop-off locations

John Reid

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott restricts mail-in ballot drop-off locations

"Controversy in Texas after the governor Greg Abbott used his executive power to close all but one drop off site for mail in ballots in each county. Jim Ryan has that story. Because of the pandemic. The number of mail in ballots requested by Texans this year has soared. State law allows voters to complete those ballots and then hand deliver them to designated drop off locations in their county. Heavily Democratic Travis County, where Austin is and Houston's Harris County had just added four and 12 drop off locations respectively. But Governor Greg Abbott has ordered that each county may have only one in the interest of preventing vote fraud. With polls showing President Trump and rival Joe Biden very close, Texas Democratic leaders say Republican Abbott is trying to influence the presidential election. Jim Ryan, ABC NEWS

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Judge Partially Blocks Trump Administration From Enforcing Visa Ban

John Reid

00:14 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge Partially Blocks Trump Administration From Enforcing Visa Ban

"Judge has temporarily lifted a visa ban on a large number of work permits, undercutting a measure that the Trump administration says will protect American jobs and an economy hampered by Corona virus shutdowns. The judge said President Trump likely acted outside the bounds of his authority.

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Fighting Breaks Out In Disputed Territory Of Nagorno-Karabakh

Inside Europe

02:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Fighting Breaks Out In Disputed Territory Of Nagorno-Karabakh

"Nagorno-karabakh is a disputed territory that's internationally recognized as part of. Azerbaijan. But it's populated and governed by ethnic Armenians between one thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, four as a by John and Armenia afford a war over the clave which killed thirty thousand people. Fighting. Between the two sides has now resumed and there's concern the conflict could widen Turkey which backs Azerbaijan has been accused of stoking tensions. We'll joining me is a Dorien Jones our correspondent in Istanbul. Doyenne. What's the extent of Turkish involvement in this latest fighting or Turkey is by John's closest ally and they have very close military links have something region of ten military exercises every year volving air force soldiers, special forces, and there are deep deep military ties between the countries and also turkeys one of the major arms suppliers for as John in particularly drones which have been used extensively in the fighting but it's also allegations from Armenia that Turkish fighter jets have shot down one of Armenian planes. That has been denied by Ankara, and also that he's also been sending Syrian fighters to backup ZAERI forces in the conflict again, acclaimed nine by. they've to be growing. Independent evidence to support those claims. Now why has the fighting flared at this particular time? Well, this is being this conflict is being simmering for decades. Now, it's much colder a frozen conflict and a has been frustration by Azerbaijan in the lead up to this latest outbreak in fighting the base of the international community had ignored efforts to resolve this, and it's not only this in Clave nagorno-karabakh that is. Occupied according to Baku by on menial separatists but also a large swathe of by Jan is under Armenian occupation since fighting the nineteen ninety s and there's well over a million. Refugees from that Conflict Bucco has been saying that there has been no attempts really to end this situation and the suggesting that the conflict was pretty much inevitable and I think that this fighting particularly given the fact that other by John Reid does appear to be on the offensive is a frustration that basically the international community hadn't resolve festering problem.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

03:19 min | 5 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Hi listeners this is producer. Jordan Macleod were honored to share reads commencement speech, which he wrote for everyone in the class of twenty twenty. Read recorded this a week before the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, so his speech doesn't speak to that injustice. In the wake of that tragedy, we recommend you read what leaders like President Obama an Arnold Schwarzenegger have so eloquently written. We pause the release of this episode by one day to stand in solidarity with Black Americans and movement called the show must be paused. Follow that Hashtag on social media to learn more and now onto the speech highlanders read here and a special. Hello to all you. Graduates graduation is a time of extreme emotions. It is a key moment in life were exciting. Possibility and optimism meet uncertainty and change. It is at once exhilarating and unnerving. Hope filled it disquieting. Twenty twenty graduates are facing this transition during this time of unprecedented global people, and we still have no clear sight of the new normal I've been thinking about this a lot lately and on May. Sixteenth I published a commence each on link, thin I called it my twenty twenty vision for graduates how to be optimistic in terrible times a re to today the way commencement speeches are meant to be out loud with the great optimism that you deserve. I hope my new words. Will some way helping you? New graduates make sense of this time, but most importantly I want to congratulate you all and wish you the best on the exciting journey ahead of you. Shortly after I, graduated from College in Nineteen, Ninety America entered a recession. The unemployment rate peaked at seven point three percent in nineteen, ninety, one that same year, the US experienced a number of murders. The world was also in the midst of the AIDS epidemic. Tens of thousands of people around the world were dying from a virus. There was no cure for. My generation dubbed generation x after a popular novel of the same name was typically characterized as being able and cynical, prematurely embittered by dead end jobs, the generally awful state of the world and an overall sense of cultural exhaustion. And other words compared to you guys. We had it pretty sweet. Congratulations class at twenty twenty as the title of a movie for My. Early Post College years puts it reality bites. And Twenty twenty, entering the real world means staying at home sheltering in place finding your dream job. Never an easy endeavor is exponentially harder in an environment or any job is hard to come by..

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Have an ability to say okay. We actually can support companies but the problem is. It's not infant like all resource decisions. It's challenging so I'm not quite at a Ding Ding. Winter is here part of it. But you've got to presume that maybe it's like okay. The Arctic wins have come in and the storms coming into. But maybe the storm's going to be here for a while. You have to be cautious between a month storm and a three year storm. Everyone's working for it to be one two three months but it's going to be challenging. I WANNA turn to some social and cultural changes that may be coming as a result of the social distance. Saying that. We're going through right now. Ramon engagement the heightened embrace of digital tools these have been dominant characteristics of the new reality over recent weeks. And I'm curious whether you think they're gonNA be long term impacts on the business front. It seems pretty clear that business practices remote and distributed. Work is going to be more prevalent going forward. Do you agree with that or do you think we'll go back well for sure. It's going to be more prevalent. And the question is is five percent more prevalent or a forty percent. More prevalent right. That's the only real question. Part of it is we. Were doing this analysis saying look. I measure the downside. Make sure you're monitoring. Well make sure you've control your expenses. Make sure you've prepped. In case the winter lasts longer than you might fear. Are you might all try to hope white pulled together but it may still take longer but part of how to kind of take a look at this and say okay within that constraint. How do I then look.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Reid Hoffman is legendary entrepreneur. Who Co founded Lincoln and invested in dozens of Koenig tech companies? That are now part of the fabric of our lives. His clear headed wisdom makes him one of the most sought-after sources of advice for everyone from heads of startups to heads of state reduced host. The podcast masters of scale loved by millions. Today we as an intimate meditative story about how he sees friendship as the impetus to become the best version of ourselves. It's a glimpse of read outside his public life and business in this series. We blend immersive fest passing stories with mindfulness trump's to help LP recharge at any time of the day. I'm an I'll be your guide for Meditative Story As we begin this episode episode. I want to acknowledge salesforce and sponsorship of Meditative Story. Y You may know salesforce where it's role in bringing companies and customers together salesforce salesforce also works to improve the state of the world but shaving the stories of leaders who are making positive changes with grateful to them for making what you're about to hear possible book the body the boating tweeting senses. Open your mind. Open meeting the welcome uh-huh I wake up to a Chris. Cold Mountain morning and Lake Tahoe. California snowed last night as I walk out. The cabin happened door powder dusted on the tree branches my first car a nineteen seventy-two convertible VW WBZ white with a black roof..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Reid Hoffman is legendary entrepreneur. Who Co founded Lincoln and invested in dozens of Koenig tech companies? That are now part of the fabric of our lives. His clear headed wisdom makes him one of the most sought-after sources of advice for everyone from heads of startups to heads of state reduced host. The podcast masters of scale loved by millions. Today we as an intimate meditative story about how he sees friendship as the impetus to become the best version of ourselves. It's a glimpse of read outside his public life and business in this series. We blend immersive fest passing stories with mindfulness trump's to help LP recharge at any time of the day. I'm an I'll be your guide for Meditative Story As we begin this episode episode. I want to acknowledge salesforce and sponsorship of Meditative Story. Y You may know salesforce where it's role in bringing companies and customers together salesforce salesforce also works to improve the state of the world but shaving the stories of leaders who are making positive changes with grateful to them for making what you're about to hear possible book the body the boating tweeting senses. Open your mind. Open meeting the welcome uh-huh I wake up to a Chris. Cold Mountain morning and Lake Tahoe. California snowed last night as I walk out. The cabin happened door powder dusted on the tree branches my first car a nineteen seventy-two convertible VW WBZ white with a black roof..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Reid Hoffman is legendary entrepreneur. Who Co founded Lincoln and invested in dozens of Koenig tech companies? That are now part of the fabric of our lives. His clear headed wisdom makes him one of the most sought-after sources of advice for everyone from heads of startups to heads of state reduced host. The podcast masters of scale loved by millions. Today we as an intimate meditative story about how he sees friendship as the impetus to become the best version of ourselves. It's a glimpse of read outside his public life and business in this series. We blend immersive fest passing stories with mindfulness trump's to help LP recharge at any time of the day. I'm an I'll be your guide for Meditative Story As we begin this episode episode. I want to acknowledge salesforce and sponsorship of Meditative Story. Y You may know salesforce where it's role in bringing companies and customers together salesforce salesforce also works to improve the state of the world but shaving the stories of leaders who are making positive changes with grateful to them for making what you're about to hear possible book the body the boating tweeting senses. Open your mind. Open meeting the welcome uh-huh I wake up to a Chris. Cold Mountain morning and Lake Tahoe. California snowed last night as I walk out. The cabin happened door powder dusted on the tree branches my first car a nineteen seventy-two convertible VW WBZ white with a black roof..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:14 min | 10 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Hey listeners this is June Cohen. I'm one of the executive producers for masters of scale and we'll be back this week with a brand new episode but today I'm excited excited to share with you something different. It's a side of Reid. Hoffman that few of us get to see in what you're about to hear read steps away from his usual role role as business mentor and shares a story about friendship. It was a story I loved hearing and I think you'll to now to be clear what you're about to hear here is not masters of scale. It's an episode of a very different podcast called Meditative Story. It combines. First person storytelling with mindfulness prompts. If you admire read and your move by the story as I was of course we'd love for you to share it on social media or any way you'd like and now I'm so thrilled to share this rare air. Glimpse of Reid Hoffman. When he takes his business hat off? Here's read on the Meditative Story. PODCAST I'm the kind of person flowered in college before that I- my friendships with a banding together. Misfits in high school. There are cliques. You have the popular kids of cheerleaders jocks And then the kids who don't fit in the groups. These are the misfits every school. I went to as a kid. I was one of these non group group kids. I have friends. They're not friends who think the way I do or even like the same things. It's more that we all decide. Well okay we're the misfits from the various groups so we'll hang out with each other. We'll be loyal to each other will form an alliance it's to survive Known as the arkle of Silicon Valley..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:14 min | 10 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Hey listeners this is June Cohen. I'm one of the executive producers for masters of scale and we'll be back this week with a brand new episode but today I'm excited excited to share with you something different. It's a side of Reid. Hoffman that few of us get to see in what you're about to hear read steps away from his usual role role as business mentor and shares a story about friendship. It was a story I loved hearing and I think you'll to now to be clear what you're about to hear here is not masters of scale. It's an episode of a very different podcast called Meditative Story. It combines. First person storytelling with mindfulness prompts. If you admire read and your move by the story as I was of course we'd love for you to share it on social media or any way you'd like and now I'm so thrilled to share this rare air. Glimpse of Reid Hoffman. When he takes his business hat off? Here's read on the Meditative Story. PODCAST I'm the kind of person flowered in college before that I- my friendships with a banding together. Misfits in high school. There are cliques. You have the popular kids of cheerleaders jocks And then the kids who don't fit in the groups. These are the misfits every school. I went to as a kid. I was one of these non group group kids. I have friends. They're not friends who think the way I do or even like the same things. It's more that we all decide. Well okay we're the misfits from the various groups so we'll hang out with each other. We'll be loyal to each other will form an alliance it's to survive Known as the arkle of Silicon Valley..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:14 min | 10 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Hey listeners this is June Cohen. I'm one of the executive producers for masters of scale and we'll be back this week with a brand new episode but today I'm excited excited to share with you something different. It's a side of Reid. Hoffman that few of us get to see in what you're about to hear read steps away from his usual role role as business mentor and shares a story about friendship. It was a story I loved hearing and I think you'll to now to be clear what you're about to hear here is not masters of scale. It's an episode of a very different podcast called Meditative Story. It combines. First person storytelling with mindfulness prompts. If you admire read and your move by the story as I was of course we'd love for you to share it on social media or any way you'd like and now I'm so thrilled to share this rare air. Glimpse of Reid Hoffman. When he takes his business hat off? Here's read on the Meditative Story. PODCAST I'm the kind of person flowered in college before that I- my friendships with a banding together. Misfits in high school. There are cliques. You have the popular kids of cheerleaders jocks And then the kids who don't fit in the groups. These are the misfits every school. I went to as a kid. I was one of these non group group kids. I have friends. They're not friends who think the way I do or even like the same things. It's more that we all decide. Well okay we're the misfits from the various groups so we'll hang out with each other. We'll be loyal to each other will form an alliance it's to survive Known as the arkle of Silicon Valley..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Me on. I love hearing entrepreneurs problems and I love hearing during your solution so this has been a total blast. Thank you Jason for your co hosting and for your own Great Work Supporting Founders at Entrepreneur Runner magazine thanks also to Georgie Mallet Analysis Bending from the entrepreneur first team for the partnership and to all the founders from entrepreneur. I who submitted their questions. If you WANNA learn more about entrepreneur I for any of these companies had to join F. DOT COM and if you're you're a startup incubator or celebrator and you'd like to work with us on a future strategy session for your entrepreneurs email us at hello at master scale scale dot com. I'm Reed Offman. Thank you for listening and now a final word from our sponsor. Aws We're back one more time with John. Strauss of greenhouse software they help companies simplify hiring and on boarding a positive collaborative workplace replace is their thing but greenhouse expands to San Francisco to Denver to Dublin and beyond they need new ways of cultivating the greenhouse way. How do we create this culture over there and sure that one it's unique right it takes on the local flavor of whatever's appropriate for that office but also feels like greenhouse takes while the characteristics that we like. John and his team are game to try everything to make greenhouse a great place to work and he knows he's not the first founder to ask this question so now he's asking you for some tips. I'd love to hear from folks anywhere. How do you create a community of humans when they're not all physically in the same place. I love shortcut the learning a bit and not have to learn all the hard lessons myself. How can greenhouse maintain their close work culture with scattered team? He's asking you yes you fellow masters of scale listeners help an entrepreneur out send John. You're distributed work. Culture hacks at master scale dot com slash. Aws It's part out of the startups. Helping startups series from aws aws dream bicker build faster help John Salvage challenge fast and masters of scale dot dot com slash. Aws Masters of scale is a Whitewater original. The shows recorded on site in California and produced at the studio inside S. Y. Partners in New York are executive producers who are June Cohen and Darin traff. Our producers are Chris. McLeod had them skews News Jenny Cataldo Jordan cloud and Ben Manilla..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"One one bridge is. Can you get someone that people already trust to endorse or to be the articulation of the value proposition. Such people say well if that person says it or that entity agrees to it then that's trustworthy. A second bridge to trust is doing something that's really new and extraordinary rather like the things that Daniel was doing. It might be making a commitment. It might be making a guarantee like can we break trust in this way then each instance. We'll pay you X. Dollars or a charity Y Z dollars. You know something where people go wow how. They're doing something where they're really putting on the line to say that this is who they are. This is what they're doing and we can trust them. A third bridge is to be radically transparent is to say here. We're completely open. Here's all of our code or here's our commentary board that all all of our customers are all the people can use and they can just put it and it's all there you can see it. We do ask me anything we have places where you say look we are completely open or completely open at least within some areas that established those trust so transparency is another way of building trust fast a fourth and final bridge edge which we've talked about a bunch of national scale is that trust is built up by consistency over time and this consistency we can still help you with some speed but it's really the way that the deep layering the very deep trust has built because when you're very consistent in addition to be transparent and are doing radical deeds and or getting endorsers or other people to stand with you that consistency then allows people to go right we trust you. We know that work so those bridges are key bridges and building trust and and they can work insensitive climates as well. They're just harder longer. You need to be more radical so these things can help you. I I hope with unitary. This next question reflects a mindset that every entrepreneur should have but that in my experience few actually do and here it is an entrepreneur needs to be a long-term thinker. They need to make decisions agents that may be hard or even painful today but that's set themselves up for long term success and here is what that mindset sounds like Henry Business Lancome Singapore. I'm running manufacturing athletics platform called Fire Vice Systems and we analyze woven even half a billion products every year in order to understand defects more deeply and help our clients to increase yield and Africa Russian on on how a startup especially early stage startup can ski during the. I'm often economic downturn so basically doing a recession so why I'm asking Mrs. Because our company is working in manufacturing field and manufacturers are heavily affected by economic downturns. So what can we do now to prepare for a potential recession and when it does happen what can we do to you. Keep on going that said thanks long. This is a great question in particularly because the market is so overheated by stimulus over the last two years that one wonders when there will be an economic downturn versus if there's a couple of simple things to think about prepping for downturns turns one is put a lot of capital in the bank right have the capital for flexibility raise more money than you need preserve it. This is one of the reasons on one of our earliest episodes with Mariam Nafisi the money episode we talked about raising more money than you need because you're planning for both both Browning for both success and potential volatility a second thing is to try to be monitoring and develop as much monitoring as you can other folks who are dealing with things like hardware products selling stuff to retail. Try to measure as early as possible what your demand is be willing somewhat somewhat to even under supply demand versus oversupply. You may be under realizing certain market opportunities but if you see any measurements mm-hmm and suggest that that's the right thing then to play a little cautious doesn't necessarily mean a lot cautious now for fire visor systems where you doing the analysis analysis on the products. The questions for you are okay well. You just have to make sure that you can weather the fact that their volume will go down in their volume will go up but the principles of monitor what's going on. Make sure you have cash in the bank potentially don't over hire. You're always playing to win but part sort of playing to win is making sure you get through downturns and volatility next. You're you're going to meet an entrepreneur who has up co-founder all right. I know there's nothing unusual there except his co founder is someone he just met this. This is something I think is going to become a lot more common in the coming years. It's coming out of incubators like entrepreneur I which is matchmaking co-founders based on complementary skills us and now this new kind of CO founder is curious about a new kind of problem as you'll hear he's curious about company culture. which is something that I hear a lot of people? Oh discussing these days you know in the past we might have talked about hiring or management or leadership but probably not culture per se especially at the startup stage which and yet I think it's great that early stage founders or talking about it now they understand the company culture matters and that you have to shape it early. It's a global trend as you'll hear from this entrepreneur who's based out of Berlin. My name is Max Moon. I'm CTO of my props together with my co founder and CEO Nina. We are developing rapid detection tests for food safety. We are at a super early stage. It's it's just the two of us. We just met three months ago. We're still in the process of getting to know each other which obviously isley is is interesting and sometimes there are misunderstandings and so on and you always have to find a way to be aligned so that simply really makes it tricky. We are thinking about adding one to two people to the team by the end of the year and we are still in the process of off developing this company culture and we are asking ourselves. How can we add people to the team and try to convey this company culture while we are still in the process of developing it. We don't have this ten or twenty years of joint experiences that shaped the way we we interact with each other within that company so we're building something besides the product which is this company culture from literally nothing and adding people to the team feels like a bigger challenge when you don't have this nicely tied up package of certain standards and rules yes and ways of how to interact with each other so it's a complex issue Max. Many people misunderstand culture. They think it's kind of like like a dictates. The Ten commandments or something you say will once it's this. This is what it is we're done. Culture is always evolving and it's obviously super important to establish very early because it's the thing that spreads literally from person to person if you don't get it right in the initial set. It doesn't spread the right way but the key thing to think about is as you're interviewing. Each new person part of your question is will this person helped me grow my culture will she or he be the person who makes us better in terms of how we work together together in terms of our belief and commitment to the mission that doesn't mean that they're mess aren't misunderstandings. That doesn't mean aren't mistakes. Actually part of the growth growth and evolution of culture can be well. We had this misunderstanding and now we've gotten too much better place and that actually can make people much stronger. It's just like sometimes when you have a conflict with your friend when you get through that conflict through that misunderstanding then you're better friends and so the last two things that I'll say about culture. I do think a lot about how it is. You grow how it is your cultural be somewhat different a year from now five years now that doesn't mean radically different that means deeper you know think about like the aging of wine. It's we are growing. This culture that we deeply believe in that we think is the company as it should be as we get there. Five years ten years twenty years fifty years from now now the second thing to really understand about culture is that we are all in service of the mission we all work for the mission and the culture follows from how it is we work for that mission so for example at linked in it was how do we make sure we stay focused focused on every free member every individual professional the transformation of their work life their career opportunities their ability to do their job is our mission and so we put members first so that the company would realize that as as much as all companies are focused on revenue that the free member in linked in is action in fact our top customer and everything we do needs to remember that and that culture then goes into the organization where they say the transformation of these individuals the transformation of individual individual careers as what we're about and so for example when someone within linked in comes to any of us in management and says hey this is where hi. I'm transforming my career and it's going to be a company outside of linked in as long as it's not an appropriate way to your team into your role we celebrate that and that's actually part of company culture so much so that Kevin Scott who was then the VP of engineering CTO would actually in fact. Ask Ask people what's the job you want after linked in as part of the interview question of coming the Lincoln and that's how deep our company culture went. If you share this fascination with cultivating company culture there are a few masters of scale episodes that you should revisit. One of them is the episode with Reed Hastings of Net flicks. Another is the episode with Arianna Huffington which focuses on work life balance and the final episode you should seek out what is the one with a neal. Bush really of workday on hiring and I can't help but add that I also hit company culture a lot in my own podcast which I due for Entrepreneur magazine. It's called problem solvers and each week we learn how an entrepreneur solved an unexpected problem in their business funding scaling motivation automation you name it and we have explored it. I hope that the show leaves you inspired in full of ideas just like masters of scaled so check it out. It's called problem solvers I with that. I'll hand it back to read for the final word. Read thanks for having.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

12:51 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"My name's to track of Lordy. I run a company called Mimika and we're building a I learned to automate repetitive computer work. My question is as an early stage company. That has a top top of the funnel problem hiring diverse talent. What can we be doing to source more. Women and minorities a very important portent question to in this is a problem to address early in the company's life cycle and the reason is is when you bring in diverse talent then they help you bring in additional diverse talent they helped create a work culture a workplace a set of practices and a set of ways that people talk to each other that are already embodies inclusivity and diversity so starting early really matters now in terms of what can you do source companies techniques for sourcing talent is actually part of how they actually in fact act succeed uniquely like each company develops its own patterns for here's how we differentiate. These are the universities the the networks we reach out to these are the companies we go talk to. This is our pitch about what our mission is about why we will work as a company why this is that learns to automate repetitive computer work will actually in fact grow and scale. This is the kind of thing that's very valuable so what you need dad you. Recruiting strategy is diversity recruiting strategy and some of that is okay. We're going to be searching linked in and we're GONNA make sure that we are looking for the right diverse talent. We're GONNA make sure that we're looking at the list and the people that we might encounter. were making sure that diverse candidates earn the list when we're going nor networks and asking them for who are the great people to join an early company we make sure also ask the question who are the great people who have diverse backgrounds so you should be thinking about the diversity and inclusion from the very beginning because then that's helped set the foundation for your company and then sets that when you scale you scale the company that you want to scale the company that you want to be so read these next two questions are both about speed but they're very subtle anyone who listens to masters of scale who knows if you are a champion of fast growth or blitz scaling as you call it and yet you'll probably agree that there are exceptions to that rule depending on where the company is based in what industry they're in the do questions that you're going to hear next might both those exceptions there reminders that business doesn't happen in a bubble you have to consider sitter your unique circumstances and in the case of these entrepreneurs we're going to hear from the challenges of operating outside America. My name is Dominic Eggert founder on earth better by less we help our members to get rid of single use plastics in their bathrooms and improved their ecological footprint. We're in a very early stage. We we worked with the F. in the last couple of weeks on the idea and now we're preparing for seed funding. My question is if you scale pretty fast. Then you're so busy making sure the business doesn't a collapse and that you can manage all this growth that sometimes you're. I'm not able to test and improve the product and learn from what you're doing wrong with my former business it became harder to test and improve the largely got you have a lot of business and if you're up and you're managing a business and five languages which is always a challenge in Europe then you're just a lot MM slower iterating so my question is how should I balanced growth and improving my product dominic. Here's the thing to think about from top hop. which is it's the first scale that matters within the blitz scaling universe so for your situation with better by less? The very first question is what is competition look like if you have competition near at your heels where you actually in fact aren't a contest for who gets the market. I who establishes Dabble shes the brand who establishes the channel who establishes the partner relationships then. You may go all right. I will iterative on what the product market fit is as I'm going there but if you feel you don't have current competition and you also don't have competition that might emerge very quickly and suddenly be blitz scaling against you then taking the time you know with still an eye to speed but taking the time and ordered to do product market fit to think about kind of like okay. What are the ways that we need to improve the product? What are the things that we're gonNA lock in such that when we're doing scale we don't have as many product innovations and the challenge of doing that while we're also scaling our supply chain scaling our marketing scaling our channels for distribution seven and so the right balance a great question. The thing always remember is that it's relative speed as you say when you're you're kind of managing this challenge challenge in Europe which is five languages multiple countries multiple logistic systems. That's actually one of the things that Europe has general challenge getting the scale and that's a challenge but your key thing is your speed relative your competitors. It isn't speed for its own sake. It speed to accomplish being the first to scale so good luck. I loved what you just said there. Read you don't want speed for its own. Sake speed isn't an accomplishment on its own speed need is a method. It's a tool you want speed that accomplishes something else that enables you in this case to be first to scale. There's a lot of nuance wants in that point and it often gets lost when entrepreneurs just focus on moving fast that plays out in a different way in this next question our second question about speed read. My name is Emile. I am the CEO of Novalic and we are diagnosing Alzheimer's radically early using the way you speak doc. Producing language is a very complicated task for the brain to do and ask the brain changes when it gets affected by disease. This affects your language in ways that we can actually she learned so it's been known in the literature of for a long time that there's changes in language in Alzheimer's disease and what we're doing is bringing modern computational computational techniques to learn those micro changes very early on in speech there are potential regulatory questions looking to get approved South Wasim medical device down the line and that's an area where the guidelines of being drafted right now by the FDA speaking speaking so as a digital biotechnology company the medical products that we're building our software this makes them rapidly really scalable but the industry that we are operating in in healthcare and Pharma inherently slow moving and heavily regulated so how do we best scale up hyper fast given the constraints of the industry balancing innovation and being contributing versus abiding by the the existing rules a meal a particularly interesting question given of course a podcasting medium of course wonder how you diagnose me based on on all of the masters of scale podcasts as always with put scaling the key question is how fast are you going to need to move moving faster than slower is always valuable has compounding growth gets more customers increases revenue. That's always a useful thing but in terms of blitz let's scaling in terms of moving hyper fast that depends a lot on competition that depends a lot on what do you need in order to get to critical mass and heavily regulated industries like the medical industry tend to be things where you should be more cautious about your speed lead. You still need speed relative competition but these are things that you need to evaluate in a specific instance as you undoubtedly only heard one of our recent episodes was with an would Gysky of twenty three and me the idea is sometimes you need to embrace the gatekeepers AAC keepers because that's what allows you to reach scale and a lot of it depends on your specific gatekeepers at depends on what the competition petition looks like it depends on which variables are the ones that you could tune up some and all of those things are specific to your specific case but I look forward board to seeing your product and I look forward to other medical products as well by which we take the digital world and we make healthcare so much better it will be back in a moment afterward from our sponsor. Aws We're back DOC WITH AWS startups. Helping startups series. We're talking with John. Stocks of greenhouse who software helps companies recruit great hires greenhouse started a New York expanded to San Francisco and watch the gap between the offices grow with a lot of folks in San Francisco her saying Jeez. Do I have to move to New York to get promoted the gap between offices. John was intent on closing it. After all greenhouse wins awards for being a great place to work and also their whole business centers on hiring yeah and retaining great talent are people practices like how we hire how we retain how we've managed folks is everything so John went looking for ways to get their offices on on equal footing. There were big things like cross country career paths and small things like a plague of bad video calls. John and his team started solving one by one and they're still solving. We're starting to realize wait if we don't intentionally get ahead of that and figure out. How do we specifically treat these offices the same make sure they have good experiences. WE'RE GONNA get into trouble. How does greenhouse go from a happy scrappy New York team all based in one room to a happy equitable team based all over the map. John would love to know what you we know send John. You're global scaling solutions at masters of scale dot com slash. Aws It's all part of the AWS STARTUPS HELPING STARTUPS SERIES AWS WS dream bigger build faster help John Salvage Challenge fast at masters of scaled dot com slash aws this next question is a great example of how entrepreneurs often have to tackle very very new problems so I mean a startups purposes to invent right but that can mean going into areas where there's no established rules and no ready made solutions for very difficult challenges listeners. I should warn you that are questions about to touch and some subject matter. That's a bit violent. So if you're sensitive you can jump ahead thirty seconds hi. I'M SASHA CO-FOUNDER OF UNITARY. We are developing novel. Ai To understand video for use in content moderation so we're pretty early stage. We've just appreciate round recently. My co-founder found facebook an image of somebody beheaded and flagged it moderator moderator. It was then still forty hours later in that time obviously so when people have to see that these moderators after watch harmful content all day the worst job in the world and we believe that no one should ever have to see this kind of content and problem is that current state of the art for ai in video is really behind a lot of video gets through the net so we are developing new techniques in this space so that moderators don't have much so read given that harmful content on social media is both a topical but also really sensitive issue. How can we gain trust quickly so that we can move fast in this space. Sasha Sasha obviously important question and I know you've probably already listened to our Daniel Eric how to build trust fast episode. The key you set of techniques for building trust fast are using bridges. Were the people already naturally trust that bridge so one one bridge is. Can you get someone that people already trust to endorse or to be the articulation of the value proposition..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

13:19 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"The world asked their most burning questions. I have to say I think you might find their questions as revealing as my answers for this First Strategy Session we partner with entrepreneur first a talent investor investor that helps founders turn their ideas into companies entrepreneur. I has six campuses across Europe and Asia and they had founders from all these he's locations ask questions. I was fascinated with what they asked so I invited a guest co host to join me for this experimental episode to bring some context context to the questions. Were hearing my co host for today. Is Jason Pfeifer the Editor in Chief of Entrepreneur magazine. Jason spends all his time. I'm thinking about what entrepreneurs need to know. Some of you might remember that we collaborated with Jason and his team when we first launched masters of scale Hello Jason. It's great to have you back. Thanks read. I gotta say it is a special kind of thrill to be on a podcast that I also listen to for fun so I appreciate in having me and what we're doing on. This episode is important because hey if you WANNA know how business is changing. There is no better way than to listen to the problems that entrepreneurs are wrestling with. They are on the front lines. They are reacting to a changing world and the questions here today all reflect that so I want to start today's strategy session with a question that really captures how much change is happening in business read. You're going to hear from Raj. Sri Vossen the CO founder of a start up in Singapore. He's working on the next generation of tech and he also acts in a very forward thinking way Raj shutdown his first company and take a listen to how casually he talks about that even a few years ago that would have been seen as a failure something to conceal but today with the right founder telling the right story story. It is the mark of a fast learner. Here's how Raj introduces himself Kerry. I was part of the second cohort of Singapore my co-founder when I started inboard a deep tech company but you too many reasons we decided to shut it down on money to the investors but with the same team we have started another company that easy to enable enable mass adoption of electric vehicles in Asia listeners as Raj gets to his question. You're going to notice that he references reads episode with Uber Ceo Darko Shahi he the theory in that episode is that all startups have to eventually transform from rule breaking pirate ship into the rules oriented navy okay read here here is Russia's question for you. The question is in reference to the episode with the Odyssey. You were you talk about a startup transitioning from a pirate ship to a navy vessel. Can you give a specific example from Lincoln's past when being bided was helpful and one when it wasn't helpful also when and why did you shift to being a navy vessel so Roger. Your question is really interesting but not quite for the reason that you might think which is everyone assumes that everyone starts is is a pirate linked in actually started as a small navy two of my co founders John Luke Val and Alan blue eyed actually done an earlier start startup with called social net. We knew how to work together. We knew what the processes were. We'd knew how to go from small the large so as opposed to a pirate ship we were actually in fact like a navy destroyer and then built into a fleet and so we didn't do much of the normal kind of swashbuckling in Piraeus stuff that most people because we we knew what our plan was. We done social networking before we knew what technical build would be like how it wings with business models. Why would you growth I matter of fact I was one of the earliest people saying growth engagement monetization as part of the tempo for what we were doing and that it was all because we were actually operating with the focus of a navy from very early days however I will give you an example from pay pal which was a pirate ship then a pirate fleet and only much later a navy in the very early days of pay pal we were building a new payments layer on top top of and around side existing payments layers like these mastercard and they actually at the time didn't have the vision to realize that paypal could be super helpful to them. They could add a lot of volume to their system and would be additive to what their system would do so they were trying to do various things in order to you essentially get us to not use these mastercard because then that would kill pay pal part of their techniques were to claim issuing fines right and various little rule inflections rather than trying to figure out how to essentially have all the rules to evolve all all of the growth in the system and to really bring in all of these new small businesses to be able to use credit cards and payments which the existing merchant bank system the existing these. Nash occurred system didn't do so our pirate techniques were essentially to try to delay these mastercard card long enough in order to get us the scale and size they could see all the volume that could see how it'd be useful and once we're at that size we could then recruit members burs from the visa and the Mastercard Ecosystems these large issuing bank's who just issuing credit cards and order to say well no actually pay pals useful whole to us. We really want this where issue cards with them We're doing a lot of payments transactions through them. We want them to exist. So that was a helpful case. An unhelpful case was that we were competing with ebays own solution called billpoint on Ebay and as part of that Ebay was trying to turn the various knobs to get people to not use pay pal and the US bill point even though most their customers at the time didn't prefer it then they preferred pay pal instead and so one of the things they introduced was by it now which when you click the button with only go to the bill point flow on the webpage so one of our engineers released least a feature that when we added the paypal icon to the ebay webpage it would go to the pay by pay pal versus. The pay by billpoint point it essentially in a very small way hack the ebay webpage. Why wasn't that helpful. Well that was essentially hacking. The webpage and Ebay was furious. Yes right so I had to like. Get that rolled back in hours in order to make that not work because that was the kind of case where it's like no no you're you're being a a pirate and your and your skirting the gray but that was going into black hat territory even though is visible and it was clear on the webpage it was still the wrong thing to do and pay pal shifted to being a navy vessel once it got large enough that we established a relationship with Ebay. We established a relationship with visa mastercard right and we got to well. Here's the rule set in which we're operating and now it's just a question of growing the ecosystem within that rule set. You know what's interesting read. I said at the very beginning that Raj is very forward thinking guy and they listen to this. I realized that his question is pretty modern to or really. I guess it's a framing seaming. That's new for a age old problem because modern businesses have long struggled with questions about growth but Rajoub his peers today are especially grappling with the legacy super and other companies like it because they're wondering you know to what extent should I be like uber that is grow like crazy and break all the rules along the way and to what extent should I avoid being uber and avoid the toxic fallout of growth at all costs. We'll be back in a moment afterward from our sponsor. Aws We had a couple of high-performers in San Francisco who left they left to another company which is Kinda crushing. That's John Strauss co founder of greenhouse software which helps companies with hiring John Sharing a heartache familiar to founders everywhere the loss of great employees for less than great reasons. We do so much work to get these great people all and train them and get them up to speed and if they leave because they feel like there's not opportunity. It's just a huge loss business. It was like Oh that's terrible like that was a bad reason. Listen to lose that person later in the show John will share some of the ways they now keep staff in the remote offices but he really wants to know what you know. Do you have a recipe see for keeping remote teams close share them with John at masters of scale dot com slash. Aws It's all part of the startups. Helping startups series from aws aws aws dream bigger build faster. That's masters of scale dot com slash. Aws this next question comes from Laura Douglas in London. Her Company has actually relocated to San Francisco since she submitted this question but in any case Laura is the CO founder of my levels which makes a wearable device that monitors your sugar intake and Laura ask a question that I hear from entrepreneurs constantly. It's among the First Major Challenges Ages that entrepreneur will face and it is this. How do I go from my first customers to the wire group of customers that I need to scale by the way on some of these these questions you're going to notice some background noise. Just consider that the bustle of startup life or a read here is Laura's question learn this phone my levels in London. I'm wondering about how you might suggest. The faith is switching between your Elliott. Choose your the feedback Nigeria's and things that they want to fix on and then actually like how do you in your mind to your longer-term community and he expected seddon how the product will be for them. How do you make that leap and how would you recommend so Laura great question. Shen and I'm guessing that you probably read Blit scaling because one of the counter-intuitive rules and blitz scaling was ignore your customer but really it was ignore your current in customers in favor of you scale customers in favor of the customers that you're building towards so part of the key thing when you're thinking about transitioning positioning from early adopters to long-term users is the thing about which are the attributes of the early adopters are your scale customers and your long term mm users because those are the ones that focus on now. You might do that through surveys. You might do that through analytics and watching the actual use of your my levels is product. You might talk to some of them. Do some user groups This is actually one of the things that Mariam Nafisi of minted would do a lot is bringing users and be there talking talking with them without identifying herself as the CEO so that you can make that theory that prediction about which attributes of your early adopters are the one for long term users now one of the things of course you always have to be measuring and monitoring is it your theory of your long term users may not be right and so you need to be measuring that and changing it. You may be learning things to me early. Adopters that actually in fact aren't what your long term users are now. Sometimes you just now. I'll give you an example from Lincoln when we launched linked in there was a very active and vocal group called the Lincoln Open Net workers. They were called Wyans. They call themselves lines and they were like well the whole world. Everyone should respond everyone. Everyone should be open. Everyone everyone should email everyone. Everyone should be accessible to everyone and and that's just not the way the world works right if you're a important celebrity or businessperson a CEO. There's lots of people you cannot respond to and so they need essentially their network to be gatekeepers for them. That's part of the reason why we designed linked in the way it is and yet these lines who were important parts of early growing network would advocate very strongly now. The reason we knew that that was certain is that we knew that aligns are right. We would never be big. Maybe they you're right but if they were right linked would only be a small service only used by people who are like the Lincoln Open Net workers and so we stuck to our guns and of course eventually got to the over six hundred million people who are using the service today and that was actually in fact key for thinking about early adopters doctors to long-term users this next question is about hiring and I love it for two big big reasons number one despite how important the subject is it is just not something I think you'd have heard a male entrepreneur. Ask even a few years ago and into even though many men are now recognizing the problem. I think a lot of them are uncomfortable admitting that they themselves are part of the problem so okay. Here's a question in that truly captured business today coming to us from a startup in London. Hi.

Raj CO founder Ebay Laura Douglas Aws London Jason Pfeifer Lincoln Open Net Singapore Asia CEO Uber Ceo Darko Shahi San Francisco partner paypal Piraeus Chief of Entrepreneur Europe John Mastercard Ecosystems
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