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"robert burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:19 min | 6 months ago

"robert burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalist Mentalist more than 120 countries. Michael This's This is here. I think Director consumer is really been the key takeaway here, whether they go direct to consumer online or with their own stores. It's important that brands control their future now. Back there. The Robert Burke Associates chairman and C E A equity futures down 51 of the S and P 500 were negative. 1.5% in just a moment. Tom is going to go. And find a new purse before we do that, in about 10 minutes time catch up a skybridge capital. You insure yourself a nitric side about this is a great great person for great Great New York City. Try. Gasquet will be wonderful, and these markets are certainly on the move today is we talked to Robert Burke earlier in New York Fashion Week and what it means for Our audience of Global Wall Street. You couldn't go back to a girl of showed up. I mean, literally showed up in New York and said Hello. I'm here when she was 18 years old. She stopped traffic years ago with a T shirt on the Tonight Show and that watch Rebecca Minkoff off two purses in the rest. She joins us now on the state of her collapsing fashion industry. Rebecca Minkoff. Wonderful. Have you with us How you're going to make it to the other side. You've been resilient. More than anybody. I know. How do you get to 2022? I think we get that way. Get there by being resilient by being innovative and you know, you really need to go back and flats your entrepreneurial skills. This is the test for any entrepreneur. Can you do it Not rest under Laurel's right now, and my co founder, and I have been nothing short of a miracle by keeping our company together. I can't imagine when you first walked into Robert Byrd's Bergdorf Goodman and saw your product on the second floor or the fifth floor or whatever, in two or three years are people like you gonna have product in department stores, or are they done? You know, we're not done. Obviously the pandemic has changed everything in overnight 70% of our business would shut down. Do that do to the pandemic, But we're seeing uncertain If the stores are coming back. It's going to be slower. It's going to be different. The relationship will certainly changed. But we're getting requests for orders that currently we can't fill from these stores. Where are these stores either in big cities, or is the location changing? You know, we've had a request from our past sores. Whether it's the north terms opening, back up, or, you know the slows. As these cities get allowances. They are in the bigger cities, and I don't know that you'll see a huge resurgence with department stores in smaller cities. We are seeing that specialty stores that are allowed to re open are also requested product and because of that, actually bring back certain staff that we're wholesale related only because we can't Service these clients as well as we needed, so we're bringing back staff we had followed in order to service those plans. Rebecca, how do you compete with sweatpants in an era of working from home? Here's the beautiful thing. We have a really popular Janine sweatshirt that we've had for several months that we cannot even stock has the perfect soon shoulder and sweat suit Coming this holiday season. You're going to get in below or you get in a hoody get an address. So we're listening to a customer and we're giving her fashion but a very, very comfortable Rebecca, I want you to talk about how you gotta branch out. You've done a great job of that. I mean, it was one story of person You've gone so far beyond that. I mean, Lisa Abramowitz, knees, Little Minkoff. There's no question about that. But you know that the creative survival Where is all that product discrimination going? What's your vision? Val, you're going parse brands over the next 24 months. So I think that we're seeing and it needed to happen. A complete fashion reset. I think we were all on a hamster wheel. We were designing too much. We're flawed with inventory. So one of the things we did with launching Little maid caught his partner with the platform called president. It's inventory nous. 95% biodegradable and made with friendly chemicals, and there's almost always because they literally friend the pattern on pattern input around it, And we're expanding that women's because we see that a woman is actually becoming more conscious. About waste about fast fashion, and it's harming the environment and workers. And so we're embracing that and fully utilizing everything we can to grow that sentiment. It's called Lauren Green, but with any after our store on Green Street, and so that launches in the next few weeks, in addition to the little makeup, which is already there, Rebecca as an entrepreneur, and as a mentor to a lot of entrepreneurs. Is Amazon, the enemy? You know, today, you know, there is a big divide many devise, actually, but I think that right now we're selling on Amazon when arms higher business, you know, with the exception of our own site went off line. We needed to be able to find partners that were nimble and quick and work with us. And so we had an incredible partnership and I think as long as you can set those rules, and they're all owed in there a fantastic place to be Rebecca. I look at the tax structure that you have to deal with. You've got politicians looking for the rich people buy and fancy Rebecca Minkoff stuff to crush him in New Jersey and other states is well, what kind of support do you need from fiscally beleaguered politicians? I think they need to turn that fight elsewhere. They should probably worry more about equality. They should probably worry more about, you know, making sure that people who are not with jobs and you need more financial help get that support. We elect these politicians and they should be worrying about people that need help. The most Verses, you know, crushing businesses that are trying to survive and really contribute to the economy. Target Rebecca Minkoff, too short visit. Congratulations on getting through 2021 with the alone that you've shown for years. Rebecca Minkoff it. Of course, one of the lines there is little Minkoff from ages four through 12. It's perfect. Accompaniment. Lisa Abramowitz to Ah, Yeah. So what? The autumnal season The tunnels of the season is the political season. And really, I think the focus really shifts to Washington, but also to the state legislatures with New Jersey Just coming out Phil Murthy Murphy, a talking about raising taxes on millionaires. We heard that from Scott Stringer, speaking of you, and finally Bosic, and there's this question of how you rebuild. States and cities with money that you don't have while also not chasing people away from said cities. This is the dilemma and we heard yesterday from Cathy Hogle. They don't want this to be a tax state. And yet, you know what's the other option? What's the other option is the option always in every case, Lisa whether it's Bloomberg 11 30 in New York or one of 61. In Boston, down in Washington and worldwide nationwide, rather a serious sex. I'm on radio. It's all the same would you have to grow your way out? That is always in every case, the solution is, frankly,.

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June 17th, 1765 in Williamsburg Virginia

5 Minutes in Church History

04:10 min | 1 year ago

June 17th, 1765 in Williamsburg Virginia

"On this episode. I'm once again on location in colonial oneal Williamsburg in Virginia last time we were together. We were outside of Bruton Parish Church a congregation that was founded an Anglican congregation Gatien that was founded in sixteen seventy four Williamsburg was founded as a town in sixteen thirty eight and of course Jamestown Jamestown was the original capital but in sixteen ninety nine the capital of the colony was moved to here and it held that capital all the way until seventeen eighty when and during the revolutionary war it was deemed that Richmond would be a safer place well we are interested in the year seventeen sixty five in fact a date in seventeen sixty five on June seventeen seventeen sixty five a group of seventeen men got together and petitioned Russian the court here and Williamsburg. This is what they requested. We intend to make use of a house in the city of Williamsburg situated on part of a lot belonging to Mr George Davenport as a place for the public worship of God. According to the Protestant Austin dissenters of the Presbyterian denomination well. This is an Anglican colony. The Anglican Church is the the established church and these seventeen presbyterians wanted an authorized legal Presbyterian church to be established they actually actually added a ps two it and the PS was this as we are unable to obtain a settled minister. We intend this place at present only for occasional worship when we have opportunity to hear any legally qualified minister well. The city of Williamsburg granted their request. They established their church perch. It was just a small little modest meeting houses. They mentioned they're not even able to have a settled minister. I walked it off and it measures about twenty two defeat by thirty six feet and in this very simple meeting house these presbyterians met member how Paul ends Romans by listing listing off a number of people well here are seventeen names William Smith John Connolly Walter Lenox James Holdcroft Robert Burke Nicholson John orchiston James Douglas James Atherton William Gemmell Edward Cummins Thomas Skinner Daniel Hoy John Bell James Smith William Brown John Morris and Charles Hankins. These were carpenters vendor's craftsman. Some of them worked in the courthouse. These were the seventeen who started this church on June. Seventeen seventeen sixty five these presbyterians came out of the great awakening. They were a new side Presbyterian Rian Church that meant that they were not only in favor of the great awakening but many of these were likely converted during the great awakening some of them might have been in converted under the Ministry of George Whitfield. Remember that sermon that we heard a paragraph from by Steve Lawson. Some of them might have been converted by I Samuel Davies Samuel Davies was a Presbyterian Missionary Tha Virginia his first wife died and his second wife was Jane Holt. Her family was a prominent family here Williamsburg and so Samuel Davies made many visits to the capital city not only to see his in laws but also to petition before the Virginia legislature and before the Virginia governor for Religious Freedom and no doubt bolstered these presbyterians that were here in Williamsburg one of those ministers who came occasionally to preach actually to those ministers who came occasionally here to preach once they've established their meeting eating house were trained by Samuel Davies well. That's the Presbyterian

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"robert burke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"robert burke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Medicine ABC's, Matt gut in the suspects are doing court today for a filing of charges a security guard who race to stem highlands ranch. School is now being investigated for mistakenly firing at responding sheriff's deputy impossibly wounding a student. The guards attorney Robert Burke says his client actually, save lives. Harmed nobody in his actions. And I think that he prevented a lot of harm from happening Burke says the unidentified guard's Marine Corps veteran who was deployed to Afghantistan and at one time work for the Jefferson County sheriff's office has promised by President Trump tariffs on Chinese goods. Just went through the roof. Twelve eastern time tariffs on about two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese products. Coming into the US jump from ten percent and go all the way up twenty five percent. President Trump imposing those tear of saying China's been using unfair trade tactics. Now, the Chinese are saying they'll take what they called necessary countermeasures after the increase in a potential sign. Tensions may ease. A White House spokesman says talks between Chinese representatives and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin will pick up again Friday in Washington till NATO, Fox News. President Trump says running leaders should call him and talk about making a great deal. Today where we could actually help Iran look into her to run. I want them to be strong and great and have a great economy at the White House yesterday. The president was pressed about rising tensions overruns nuclear program. The president suggested that Iran could prosper peacefully with US help Trump previously pulled the US out of the multi-nation Iran nuclear accord, a local bakeries helping Facebook sweeten its latest feature..

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"robert burke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"robert burke" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From ABC news. And here, he Preston talks and tariffs in Washington at midnight. The president's promised hike and therapists on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of Chinese imports from ten to twenty five percent went into effect. Even his trade talks with China are set to continue today. ABC's? Trevor all is in Washington. The president presented the conflict as a win. Either way. Either. A new deal is reached or the US reaps the benefits of billions of dollars in tariffs. But the hike would likely lead to jump in prices, leaving Americans paying more for close electron almost anything made in China. Both the suspects arrested in the attack on that school and highlands ranch. Colorado just outside Denver due in court today. The DA's office is expected to decide whether the younger of the two will be charged as an adult. One student was killed in the shooting. Eight more hurt. There are also questions about the actions of an armed guard in the school and whether a shot fired hit a student. Robert Burke is the guard's lawyer took every measure in his power to prevent further harm to the students. Uber hits the gas on its IPO this morning. It may be the most talked-about IPO in recent years ridesharing company. Uber begins trading today on the new York Stock Exchange the price forty five dollars a share which analysts say is on the conservative side. But enough to value the company at eighty one billion dollars ABC's. Daria Albinger, experts trying to figure out what kind of missiles North Korea test fired this week. Now say they look a lot like a missile. Russia's deployed to Syria. Test of the short-range missiles was the second in five days ABC's chief global fares. Correspondent Martha Raddatz this doesn't violate the moratorium that Kim Jong UN had on testing nuclear weapons or long range ballistic missiles, but but it's definitely a no-no indefinitely. A slap in the face to the US a seven Michael baby kidnapped in North Carolina's now, okay, baby. Shaly found last night. A few hours after being snatched abandoned a yard at Henderson county, North Carolina. You're listening to ABC news van a letter carrier.

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"robert burke" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"robert burke" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Tariffs in Washington at midnight. The president's promised hike in tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of Chinese imports from ten to twenty five percent went into effect. Even his trade talks with China set to continue today. ABC's Trevor all does in Washington. The president presented the conflict as a win. Either way. Either. A new deal is reached or the US reaps the benefits of billions of dollars in tariffs. But the hike would likely lead to jump in prices, leaving Americans paying more for close Electroncs almost anything made in China. Both the suspects arrested in the attack on that school and highlands ranch. Colorado just outside Denver due in court today. The DA's office is expected to decide whether the younger of the two will be charged as an adult. One student was killed in the shooting. Eight more hurt. There are also questions about the actions of an armed guard in the school and whether a shot fired hit a student. Robert Burke is the guard's lawyer took every measure in his power to prevent further harm to the students. Uber hits the gas on its IPO this morning. It may be the most talked-about IPO in recent years ridesharing company. Uber begins trading today on the new York Stock Exchange the price forty five dollars a share which analysts say is on the conservative side. But enough to value the company at eighty one billion dollars ABC's. Daria Albinger, experts trying to figure out what kind of missiles North Korea test fired this week. Now say they look a lot like a missile. Russia's deployed to Syria. Test of the short range missiles was the second in five days ABC chief global fares. Correspondent Martha Raddatz doesn't violate the moratorium that Kim Jong UN had on testing nuclear weapons or long range ballistic missiles, but but it's definitely a no-no indefinitely. A slap in the face to the US a seven week old baby kidnapped in North Carolina's now. Okay. They be Shaly found last night a few hours after being snatched abandoned at a yard at Henderson county, North Carolina. You're listening to ABC news. So you sit down and you do your budget, and you look at all your monthly 'cause. As your bills your income? And it seems like there's never quite enough. You know,.

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"robert burke" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"robert burke" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm Sherry Preston. Talks tariffs in Washington at midnight. The president's promised hike in tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of Chinese imports from ten to twenty five percent went into effect even trade talks with China or set to continue today. ABC's Trevor alters in Washington. The president presented the conflict as a win. Either way. Either. A new deal is reached or the US reaps the benefits of billions of dollars in tariffs. But the hike would likely lead to jump in prices, leaving Americans paying more for close Electroncs almost anything made in China. Both suspects arrested in the attack on that school and highlands ranch. Colorado just outside Denver due in court today. The DA's office is expected to decide whether the younger of the two will be charged as an adult. One student was killed in the shooting. Eight more hurt. There are also questions about the actions of an armed guard in the school and whether a shot fired hit a student. Robert Burke is the guard's lawyer took every measure in his power to prevent further harm to the students. Uber hits the gas. So its IPO this morning. It may be the most talked about IPO in recent years ridesharing company. Uber begins trading today on the new York Stock Exchange the price forty five dollars a share which analysts say is on the conservative side. But enough to value the company at eighty one billion dollars, that's ABC's. Daria Albinger, experts trying to figure out what kind of missiles North Korea test-fired this week. Now say they look a lot like a missile. Russia's deployed to Syria. Test of the short range missiles was the second in five days ABC chief global fares. Correspondent Martha Raddatz this doesn't violate the moratorium that Kim Jong UN had on testing nuclear weapons or long range ballistic missiles, but but it's definitely a no no indefinitely. A slap in the face to the US a seven week old baby kidnapped in North Carolina's now. Okay. They be Shaly found last night a few hours after being snatched abandoned at a yard at Henderson county, North Carolina. You're listening to ABC news. And.

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"robert burke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"robert burke" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The president's promised hike in tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of Chinese imports from ten to twenty five percent went into effect. Even his trade talks with China set to continue today. ABC's Trevor all does in Washington. The president presented the conflict as a win. Either way. Either. A new deal is reached or the US reaps the benefits of billions of dollars in tariffs. But the hike would likely lead to jump in prices, leaving Americans paying more for close Electric's almost anything made in China. Both the suspects arrested in the attack on that school and highlands ranch. Colorado just outside Denver due in court today. The DA's office is expected to decide whether the younger of the two will be charged as an adult. One student was killed in the shooting. Eight more hurt. There are also questions about the actions of an armed guard in the school and whether a shot fired hit a student. Robert Burke is the guard's lawyer took every measure in his power to prevent further harm to the students. Uber hits the gas on its IPO this morning. It may be the most talked about IPO in recent years ridesharing company. Uber begins trading today on the new York Stock Exchange the price forty five dollars a share which analysts say is on the conservative side. But enough to value the company at eighty one billion dollars ABC's. Daria Albinger, experts trying to figure out what kind of missiles North Korea test-fired this week. Now say they look a lot like a missile. Russia's deployed to Syria. Test of the short range missiles was the second in five days ABC's chief global fares correspondent Martha Raddatz this doesn't violate the moratorium that Kim Jong UN had on testing nuclear weapons or long range ballistic missiles, but but it's definitely a no-no indefinitely. A slap in the face to the US a seven week. Oh baby kidnapped and North Carolina's now. Okay. Baby. Shaly found last night a few hours after being snatched abandoned at a yard and Henderson county, North Carolina. You're listening to ABC news..

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"robert burke" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"robert burke" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The president's promised hike in tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of Chinese imports from ten to twenty five percent went into effect. Even his trade talks with China or set to continue today. ABC's Trevor all in Washington. The president presented the conflict as a win. Either way. Either. A new deal is reached or the US reaps the benefits of billions of dollars in tariffs. But the hike would likely lead to jump in prices leaving Americans paying more for clothes electronics almost anything made in China. Both the suspects arrested in the attack on that school and highlands ranch. Colorado just outside Denver due in court today. The DA's office is expected to decide whether the younger of the two will be charged as an adult. One student was killed in the shooting. Eight more hurt. There are also questions about the actions of an armed guard in the school and whether a shot fired hit a student. Robert Burke is the guard's lawyer he took every measure in his power to prevent further harm to the students. Uber hits the gas, and it's IP. Oh this morning. It may be the most talked about IPO in recent years ridesharing company. Uber begins trading today on the new York Stock Exchange the price forty five dollars a share which analysts say is on the conservative side. But enough to value the company at eighty one billion dollars ABC's. Daria Albinger, experts trying to figure out what kind of missiles North Korea test-fired this week. Now say they look a lot like a missile. Russia's deployed to Syria. Test of the short range missiles was the second in five days ABC chief global fares. Correspondent Martha Raddatz this doesn't violate the moratorium that Kim Jong UN had on testing nuclear weapons or long range ballistic missiles, but but it's definitely a no no indefinitely. A slap in the face to the US a seven week old baby kidnapped North Carolina's now. Okay. Baby. Shaly found last night. A few hours after being snatched abandoned at a yard Henderson county, North Carolina. You're listening to ABC news. There's nothing like.

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"robert burke" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"robert burke" Discussed on AP News

"Likely to be long and bitter today. House speaker Nancy Pelosi talked about a methodical effort against President Trump Pelosi says President Trump's finding new ways to obstruct lawmakers each day it president is almost south impeaching, but she's tapping down impeachment talk and instead previewing a long game strategy for dealing with the White House won't go any faster than the facts. Take us any slower than the facts. Take us Pelosi says there's no rush to have the full house vote on holding attorney general William bar in contempt. The house still wants to hear from special counsel. Bob muller. The president tweeted a few days ago Muller should not testify, but today reverted to his earlier statement leave that up to the attorney general saga megani Washington. The president says he was surprised his son Donald junior has been subpoenaed by the Senate intelligence committee my son after being exonerated to. Now. Get a subpoena. To going again and speak again after close to twenty hours of telling everybody that would listen about a nothing meeting. It's the first known subpoena of a member of Trump's immediate family. A law enforcement official in Colorado says a security guard credited with capturing one of the two suspects in this week shooting and his stem academy in suburban Denver fired his weapon inside the school. The man's lawyer Robert Burke says he acted as he was trained to do. I know that he took action to protect the children and help resolve the situation without further. Bloodshed or violence three students have been hailed as heroes for disarming one of the suspects during Tuesday's shooting one of them. Kendrick Estonia was shot and killed during the struggle. A second Joshua Jones is recovering at home after being shot twice. This is a P radio news. President Trump says he will nominate acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan to become Defense Secretary Shanahan tells reporters..

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"robert burke" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"robert burke" Discussed on WTVN

"Officials in Texas including fort bend county emergency management coordinator. Mark flat house warning residents to stay home as another round of torrential. Rain moves into the Houston area. Roads, be careful flash flooding it can happen. Matter of minutes as far as the cars on the road. And we need to make sure that we're prepared for the mount of water and limit the rescues that need to be there and stay home along those lines, Texas, Louisiana, which have already seen up to ten inches of rain this week could get up to another ten inches. Police are investigating whether an armed security guard at a Colorado school may have mistakenly fired on sheriff's deputies and wounded a student during this week shooting took every measure in his power to prevent further harm to the students. The guards attorney, Robert Burke, tilling ABC news. A former cop is a hero. Uber's pricing. Its initial public offering at forty five dollars per share, which is on the lower end of the rangy TD Ameritrade. JJ keenum isn't surprised volatility in the market this week. And the fact that lift his whole of off a bit since its IPO. You're listening to ABC news lawmakers in the Ohio house passed their version of the two year budget, the sixty nine billion dollar spending plan. Does away with the personal income tax for people who make less than about twenty two thousand dollars a year. The state Senate gets that Bill now though, it's been working on its own budget. Ohio's secretary of state says counties are getting ready for the election in two thousand twenty all the new voting machines performed well in the counties that decided to test them out this week twenty nine out of town field at new machines on Tuesday and again. Things here and there where people had to learn how to make them work, right or whatever else. But for the most part everything smoothly secretary state, Frank.

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"robert burke" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"robert burke" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The bloodiest most murderous assault ever on Jews in the United States eleven people shot and killed in a Pittsburgh synagogue. It's a chilly and dreary morning here in Pittsburgh as the city's tight knit Jewish community emerges from their Chabad to an overwhelming sense of grief all the names of those who were killed in yesterday's attack. Have not officially been released. People in squirrel hill, already know neighbors. No neighbors who didn't come home from services yesterday or they've heard names passed on through the community as one person put it at last night's vigil. We emerged from Shibata resume our regular routine, but there will be nothing routine about this Bill Rakoff, CBS news, Pittsburgh, law enforcement. They're holding a news conference about an hour. From now, President Trump ordering flags to be flown at half-staff dad with our Jewish brothers and sisters to defeat anti-semitism and vanquish the forces. Of hate from Israel, CBS's, Robert Burke, Israel's cabinet stood for a moment. Silence. To honor the victims of the synagogue shooting. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the entire nation of Israel mourns over what he described as the horrendous massacre of Jews in Pittsburgh. You said the world must unite to fight anti-semitism the man in a Miami jail. Suspected of being the male bomber CBS news learning that told law enforcement he did not intend to hurt anyone. And that's why the bombs were not connected as a migrant caravan continues heading towards the United States Defense Secretary James Mattis confirms troops are heading for the border as.

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"robert burke" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"robert burke" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Bloodiest most murderous assault ever on Jews in the United States eleven people shot and killed in a Pittsburgh synagogue, chilly and dreary morning here in Pittsburgh as the city's tight knit Jewish community emerges from their Chabad to an overwhelming sense of grief all the names of those who were killed in yesterday's attack. Have not officially been released. People in squirrel hill, already know neighbors. No neighbors who didn't come home from services yesterday or they've heard names passed on through the community as one person put it at last night's vigil. We emerged from Chabad to resume our regular routine. But there will be nothing routine about this Bill Rakoff, CBS news, Pittsburgh, law enforcement. They're holding a news conference about an hour. From now, President Trump ordering flags to be flown at half-staff dad with our Jewish brothers and sisters to defeat anti-semitism and vanquish the forces. Of hate from Israel, CBS's, Robert Burke, Israel's cabinet stood for a moment. Silence. To honor the victims of the synagogue shootings. Try Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the entire nation of Israel mourns over what he described as the horrendous massacre of Jews in Pittsburgh. You said the world must unite to fight anti-semitism the man in Miami jail. Suspected of being the male bomber CBS news learning that Caesar CEO told law enforcement, he did not intend to hurt anyone. And that's why the bombs were not connected as a migrant caravan continues heading towards the United States Defense Secretary James Mattis confirms troops are heading for the border as well..

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"robert burke" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"robert burke" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"And the Senate only one a piece in the in the house was one guy Watson in the Senate. It was one guy Strom Thurmond. And those are the only two Dixiecrats who became Republicans all the other state and lived and died in the Democratic Party and have been lionised as Democrats their buildings in Washington DC named after them, obviously people like, Robert Burke. Earn who is the guy who has not only in decline, but he filibustered the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four I believe he spoke for fourteen hours straight a record. And so this these are the democratic. Just the Democratic Party one claim to now Hillary Clinton's mentor, by the way, Robert Byrd. It is Dinesh D'Souza go and get the DVD death of a nation. If you haven't seen it in the movie theater, you've got go with read the book as well. And get everything else that he's done as well. It's really a great education every single time. And I love when people tell me it's been debunked. Ask it. Well, which fact exactly why out to ask him. I'm not really sure which one it was talking about Hillary Clinton, the top trending thing on drudge today was that she might go for one more time at twenty twenty did actually delusion here in her or do the Clintons still have a stronghold on the Democratic Party. I thought that they were done. Well, they're they're not done. I mean, here's a proof of that. We've had the metoo movement, and it's taken out a number of people on the progressive left notice. It hasn't taken on Bill Clinton. If it had the Clintons could never have announced a speaking tour in which you have to stay hundreds of.

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"robert burke" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"robert burke" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The five year contract is worth four hundred fifty seven million dollars with new ships coming online the navy plans to add more than twenty thousand sailors in the next five years they hope they have a hit on their hands with forged by the sea and again that's reporter steve walsh of member station k pbs in san diego he's actually on the line with us right now he there steve hyoety so as you said in the story mass marketing is not inexpensive right are there any thoughts about how to spread out this cost how's the pentagon managing it well it's it's not cheap in some things like this survey data is done at the pentagon level and then that's shared with the different services each service still runs its own ad campaign and its own recruiting campaign the general accounting office said that you can do things a lot cheaper if you work together imagine one big boiler room with just all military recruiters but the services don't want someone else deciding who should be a marine or a soldier or a sailor so some experts say that the navy really needs to spend more money to attract the kind of kids like the ones i talked to target highskilled recruits who would ordinarily take their skills to the private sector navy is offering incentives that would allow people to come in at a higher pay grade if they have certain software coding skills that's so specific right tech savvy high skilled would be recruits i mean are they reaching this intended audience well the head of navy personnel vice admiral robert burke told congress back in january that the incentives aren't nearly large enough to compete with the private sector they've only actually recruited a handful of officers but this program one of our expert says that they really should spend more money on advertising to really convince high performing kids that the navy is right for them right now they just spend enough to fill their quotas i wanna bring npr's pentagon correspondent tom bowman back into this conversation tom what does this mean for this idea of the volunteer force.

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"robert burke" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"robert burke" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The five year contract is worth four hundred fifty seven million dollars with new ships coming online the navy plans to add more than twenty thousand sailors in the next five years they hope they have a hit on their hands with forged by the sea and again that's reporter steve walsh of member station k p s in san diego he's actually on the line with us right now he there steve hi so as you said in the story mass marketing is not inexpensive right are there any thoughts about how to spread out this cost how's the pentagon managing it well it's not cheap and some things like this survey data is done at the pentagon level and then that's shared with the different services each service still runs its own ad campaign and its own recruiting campaign the general accounting office said that you can do things a lot cheaper if you work together imagine one big boiler room of just all military recruiters but the services don't want someone else deciding who should be marine or a soldier or sailor some experts say that the navy really needs to spend more money to attract the kind of kids like the ones i talked to target highskilled recruits who would ordinarily take their skills to the private sector navy is offering incentives that would allow people to come in at a higher pay grade if they have certain software coding skills that that's so specific right tech savvy high skilled would be recruits i mean are they reaching this intended audience well the head of navy personnel vice admiral robert burke told congress back in january that the incentives aren't nearly large enough to compete with the private sector they've only actually recruited a handful of officers with this program one of our expert says that they really should spend more money on advertising to really convince high performing kids that the navy is right for them right now they just spend enough to fill their quotas i wanna bring npr's pentagon correspondent tom bowman back into this conversation tom what does this mean for this idea of the volunteer force.

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"robert burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"robert burke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The navy plans to add more than twenty thousand sailors in the next five years they hope they have a hit on their hands with forged by the sea and again that's reporter steve walsh of member station k pbs in san diego he's actually on the line with us right now there steve ira so as you said in the story mass marketing is not inexpensive right are there any thoughts about how to spread out this cost how's the pentagon managing it raleigh it's not cheap and some things like this survey data is done at the pentagon level and then that's shared with the different services each service still runs its own ad campaign and its own recruiting campaign the general accounting office said that you could do things a lot cheaper if you work together imagine one big boiler room with of just all military recruiters but the services don't want someone else deciding who should be a marine or a soldier or a sailor so some experts say that the navy really needs to spend more money to attract the kind of kids like the ones i talk to target highskilled recruits would ordinary take their skills to the private sector navy is offering incentives that would allow people to come in at a higher pay grade if they have certain software coding skills and that's so specific right tech savvy high skilled would be recruits i mean are they reaching this intended audience well the head of navy personnel vice admiral robert burke told congress back in january that the incentives aren't nearly large enough to compete with the private sector they've only actually recruited a handful of officers with this program one of our expert says that they really should spend more money on advertising to really convince high performing kids that the navy is right for them right now they just spend enough to fill their quotas i wanna bring npr's pentagon correspondent tombo back into this conversation tom what does this mean for this idea of the all volunteer force.

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"robert burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"robert burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Surge in apartment building that's a bloomberg business flash tomen pam thank you so much this is really one of the highpoints of the year for pimm fox it myself sorta wrapped around new york fashion weaken she will migrate to milan here in a bid to continue the fashion storm is vanessa friedman of the new york times is articles our definitive worldwide and the pulse of fashion and luxury and we are honoured the joining ms friedman's warnings robert burke of robert burke associates he is a force to contend with than luxury in the state of retail of course his stewardship of bergdorf goodman for years is noted wonderful to have both of you with us as we celebrate fashion vanessa is new york city the fashion capital of the world or is it a different geography well i think we can general israeli cussin' month and composed of four different cities new york london bonn and paris new kick things off but i would say the um the buzz and the momentum is actually emigrating toward paris new york has lost four or five of its most famous names in recent seasons and it felt a little quiet this time robert byrd grew the madison avenue in new yorkers a little quiet and if so what is the robert burke prescription well i guide you agree that we see um uh number of design is leaving this shows and we see an emphasis on paris but i still think that from just a retail standpoint people really do rely on on manhattan bomb madison avenue may be a little slow in places there still great growth and and uh and retail in manhattan verses say paris or um well milan's great but but it is still the centre the people look at now there's other competitive um uh cities um like dubai and and london is certainly very very strong um but new york's important from a retail perspective but it's been very slow on the on the fashion front um with the shows that do that.

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"robert burke" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"robert burke" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Looker is on the phone writer director producer judd how we were just talking about ten years ago super bad came out you were the producer of that movie a thanks for joining us judd once the first time you saw the script on superbat he will script oh circled up who was like talked about in the halls of free cookie and those critical other right do something like a secluded we read it during the clearer seth reading it would uh with the castro undeclared and uh and then he reached out aged out uh decided he beat younger people sukhoi uh the place have said other so you could have a cop uh the role mick london how did that come up and is based on somebody who is in it and is actual person name mc levin that these guys new well crazy were looking for some bharti eric we looking for real kid so we carter was looked good who you right probably don't thickly could the actors or have agents so the catholic director put uh outlook flyers that certain high school and sauber how chris woods plus uh the tip aware of this flaw womb cable inched into i was more for about this uh that he was probably the first opposition as was it the movie like he just get it exactly right and this is the first he ever did and he yoga joe the a job after a dish said don't hire that guy he is believed to be is he actually authorities you must be drove a seller of robert burke when it showed a hard with your gesture assaulted here if if if for objects stuff but who came up with mick loving you have a fake lie id with one name in your from hawaii.

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