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"robert fields" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"robert fields" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Want to be able to get a couple minutes with the victory much for giving us some time what are you doing over the course of the past two weeks of your bye week from last week no I get healthy you know you get in your way bodies right to get our minds right no use in order to get better and you know we next week of preparation here with a pretty good idea of the north all you know is going to win so an extra week to prepare for them Cole Spencer's been on a very big heart street to rest of the season any concerns that a weak off kind of takes away that special touch not at all I mean Colson playing Grady speaking the right time his best football right now there's no reason why north Allegheny obviously did not bring you their best game two weeks ago they're going to bring something different this week are you ready the naive to think otherwise you're you're exactly right all teams playing that's gonna be about earlier tonight but I'm glad we're here fine stadium home of our fans here as a result for the rooms at our school district here one more question give me the keys to victory we went on a glass damage will be able to thank you very much all the best Robert thank you very much and Robert De it is cold down there on the field tonight it is the weather like in field level is there any wind no window whatsoever I don't think he's going to have any impact whatsoever on the passing game now will it be cold enough to have any impact on the receivers and their ability to be able to catch the ball become harder that'll be yet to be seen you know win whatsoever the game at all that way all right so when we return hard Walker junior the head coach of the north Allegheny Tigers will join Roberts field level plus we'll get into day from Scott Stiller if you're making your way here to ram stadium for the showdown in six eight gaining and pine originally in the six a semi finals a chance to play for in W. E. I L. championship next week either against more bits for central Catholic stay with us with the coach Johnny Lee upstairs I'm dancing as we get ready for north Allegheny Pine Ridge Xander this on KDKA radio and the sports network now up to the minute hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a.

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"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The man wanted in the attempted abductions of three women in north Philadelphia has been arrested tops a thirty six year old Sean Lloyd of Swain street was picked up overnight along woodland Avenue in west Philly by highway patrol officers police and widely circulated the man's image captured on doorbell cameras in neighborhoods surveillance cameras special victims unit detectives will really watching the area fifteenth and brown streets they say the suspect used to live in the neighborhood and Francis bill where the attempted abductions occurred Philadelphia police say a fourth woman surfaced yesterday claiming the man touched her inappropriately but did not attempt to drag her off as he did the others again the man wanted in the attempted abductions of three women in Francis bill in north Philadelphia has been arrested thirty six year old Sean Lloyd of swing street picked up overnight by highway patrol stay with us for continuing updates one thirty six Pennsylvania's Attorney General is suing the family that owns the maker of oxycontin Joshua bureau says they need to be held responsible for their role in the opioid crisis and the tentative settlement with thousands of local governments announced yesterday was not enough he went over the Houston Jimenez has the story Shapiro says his office is suing the Sackler family owner of produce pharma in part because they're only concerned about one thing quote keeping their hands on the ill gotten gains they made while pumping our Commonwealth full of oxycontin Dr Robert field professor of law and public health the Drexel says Pennsylvania isn't the first to do this the state of Massachusetts was the first to go after the family personally and the Jersey is probably going to follow suit it is likely that a number of attorneys general are going to do this deal that such a move could be more effective than just suing the company when you go after the people as individuals you can hold them accountable in ways it's going to really make them pay Shapiro and other officials around the country were concerned a potential settlement of four and a half billion dollars plus a chunk of future revenue from the Sackler family. wasn't enough and the family still needed to take responsibility the Sackler's in a statement say settling not endless litigation with lead to real solutions in the opioid crisis Tim Jimenez Kay wonderful you news radio the trump administration plans to revoke regulation the provided federal protection to many wetlands and streams the president promised to repeal the Obama era rule which defines what bodies of water fall under federal jurisdiction farmers home builders and some business interests say that rules harm economic development and violates property rights environmental groups say the move will leave millions of people with less safe drinking water damage wetlands which prevent flooding at one thirty eight. it's done check K. one of the sport's ed bank in his ear and the sports reporters sponsored by stepping your seventy car kinds of perks flagship for discounts of food drink museum shot for ten.

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"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Into our area but they're also starting to push sheep crystal meth that's what prosecutors in Chester County the our suburban bureau chief KYW similar Chester County DA Tom Hogan's is typically the napa dealer at this level it would take wire taps and months of investigation but he says they sort of stumbled upon Jose Arial or tease when he came to Chester County and offered up a kilo of crystal meth to a confidential informant in this case was very straight forward the guy happened to be around we introduced him to the informant and we start having kill showing up in the mail Hogan says after they got the almost pure crystal meth they set up a bye for half a kilo of heroin which is as turned out to be mostly fat now that would have been enough to kill scores of people in Chester County Hogan calls finale crystal meth the evil twins of street drugs and he says cartel see the efforts at reducing heroin and opiate addiction and they're starting to push math they're working off of supply and demand and they are shifting to a different drug as they're seeing her when starting to phase out at the suburban bureau Jim a word K. winnable Eunice radio Transylvania's Attorney General is now going after the family that owns Purdue pharma the company that makes oxycontin gosh bureau is suing the Sackler's because he says a tentative settlement announced yesterday does not go far enough to address their role in the opioid crisis he went to Houston Jimenez reports in a statement Shapiro says he's suing the Sackler's because certain family members are quote personally liable for the devastation of the opioid crisis Drexel professor of law and public health doctor Robert fields as earlier this year Massachusetts was the first state to sue the family but Shapiro could start a trend it is likely that if Pennsylvania at. is able to lead a path towards finding personal liability for the family that other states will join as well Purdue pharma announced a tentative deal to settle lawsuits with states counties and municipalities for twelve billion dollars yesterday as part of that potential agreement the Sackler's would pay four and a half billion dollars from their own pockets plus future drug sales well the deal please some officials around the country Shapiro says that wasn't enough Sackler's needed to take responsibility for getting opioids into as many doctors offices pharmacies in homes as possible the Sackler's in a statement maintain they did nothing wrong but a settlement not litigation would help pay for real solutions Tim Jimenez Kay wonderful you news radio the top democratic presidential contenders will finally be on one debate stage tonight in Houston ten candidates on ABC it could have their largest audience yet as the campaigning heads into the fall. one.

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Pennsylvania sues Purdue Pharma's Sackler family

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Pennsylvania sues Purdue Pharma's Sackler family

"Transylvania's Attorney General is now going after the family that owns Purdue pharma the company that makes oxycontin gosh bureau is suing the Sackler's because he says a tentative settlement announced yesterday does not go far enough to address their role in the opioid crisis he went to Houston Jimenez reports in a statement Shapiro says he's suing the Sackler's because certain family members are quote personally liable for the devastation of the opioid crisis Drexel professor of law and public health doctor Robert fields as earlier this year Massachusetts was the first state to sue the family but Shapiro could start a trend it is likely that if Pennsylvania at. is able to lead a path towards finding personal liability for the family that other states will join as well Purdue pharma announced a tentative deal to settle lawsuits with states counties and municipalities for twelve billion dollars yesterday as part of that potential agreement the Sackler's would pay four and a half billion dollars from their own pockets plus future drug sales well the deal please some officials around the country Shapiro says that wasn't enough Sackler's needed to take responsibility for getting opioids into as many doctors offices pharmacies in homes as possible the Sackler's in a statement maintain they did nothing wrong but a settlement not litigation would help pay for real

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The true story of an 'undercover' horse who won races for the FBI

In The Gate

05:08 min | 2 years ago

The true story of an 'undercover' horse who won races for the FBI

"Recently spotlighted on the thoroughbred racing commentary website the episode happened in nineteen eighty nine at finger lakes. Upstate New York. The FBI had gotten a tip that the drugging of horses and fixing of races were going on at finger lakes naturally. The bureau wasn't going to just go in there and announced that they were investigating the matter. So they had to go undercover. Now, we all know that race tracks are full of Damon Runyon ask characters, and it wouldn't be that hard for an FBI operative to become one of those characters. There was just one problem in order to have credibility. The agent had to have a reason to be there, basically. He had to have a horse and the horse had to have a trainer. The horse was a four year old filly named Zack regard Z A C H R E G A R D all one word and once she was transferred from Kentucky up to finger lakes. Her trainer was Robert field house, and we are pleased to have Mr. field house with us here on the gate to pick up the story. So let's start where you enter the picture tell us about how. And by whom you were approached to train this Philly. Someone called me and asked me if I had a an empty stall, I could ocean. And I just happened that have one I said, gee, I've got stores where we got this horse coming in. Would you be interested in training GIO? I guess so so it kinda started that way. And so I got the horse and a couple of days later, I met the the owner supposedly owner, and we had a good talk the Lima my rates were and this out the other thing and filled me in a little bit on the horse. And then we went from there. Now, normally when you have a new client, I presume, you wanna get to know that person. What were you told about the connections? Yeah. He I wasn't told anything actually he represented himself. And I told him, you know, you have to get the set of colors, and you have to get your license usage it on no problem. He says I grew up to to the secretary's office in put in for that stuff. Now says all have colors or veggies. So we can run the horse, and I'll give my license and all so you'd be all sick. And you didn't really ask about who. I what he did very came from or anything. He told me says, I he says, I'm from mobile Alabama. And he says I have a business with I think it was like spare airplane parts he says I have airplane parts that I sell believe went by the name of 'em. Grace is real name ended up being Mike glass. My okay, he did go Mike grace is what he was introduced to me as what did, you know about the horse? Nothing commend. She looks aound. I checked over. She didn't have anything wrong with it. Did I could see? So I just started galloping and checking her out to find out what you know, what class I'd have to racial in that you told me off air that use. Served for eight years in the air force during the bay of pigs. So tell us what you did in the air force. I was a hydraulic mechanic mainly, and I got in the outfits with the people that were gonna run into bay of pigs thing, and I was still hired just as a mechanic, I drive person. But we did go to bottom out to work on the beach sixes and things like that. It was an outfit that was fifty sixty people while you were in a for probably four years set everything up, and then of course, after the bay pigs, and so you served your country for eight years. So what would you have thought had the FBI actually told you what it was doing on behalf of the government? Well, of course, I didn't know. And I think that's the way they wanted it. But. If they would have come up and ask to me. And I don't know what I what I would say at the time. How could that be? Well, it just something, you know, it's a strange thing to ask me, maybe in the first place. If I if I was doing something like that and other people at the racetrack knew about it. I'd kind of be blackballed real quick. You know, they watch this guy. He's working for the FBI. You know, that's the. That's not a very good deal. We're talking here on the gate with retired trainer. Robert field. House who trained filly named Zack regard up at finger lakes downs in the late eighties sack. Regard was being used to lure potential race fixers. So they would have to deal with the Phillies

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"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Cheri Gregg KYW, NewsRadio an injunction from a federal judge in Philadelphia means changes to the birth control mandate that the Trump administration was looking to implement are now on hold ws. Tim Jimenez reports this ruling from judge Wendy Beatles. Stone of the eastern district of Pennsylvania means the Trump administration can't implement final new rules changes. That would have meant any company could cite religious or moral beliefs to opt out of offering birth control to its employees, the coverage for birth control would have become entirely voluntary that's Drexel law and public health. Professor doctor Robert field. He says the birth control mandate is still on the books for now, at least and exemptions can only be granted to churches and religiously affiliated organizations like some hospital. Our universities. Dr field says judge Beatles stones decision was partly based on the idea that there would be irreparable harm. If the new rules went into effect could be women who would not use birth control, and therefore would have unplanned pregnancies, and that would be something that would affect them for the rest of their lives. Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro and his New Jersey counterpart, eight G Gerber gray wall. Both Democrats praised this decision. Both offices were part of the suit to stop the Trump administration from implementing the rules on the other side of the coin. A Justice department spokeswoman tells the Washington Post they'll continue to quote, vigorously, defend religious, liberty. Doctor field says an appeal is likely, and it could very well. Go all the way to the supreme court. Tim Jimenez, KYW NewsRadio. The US forest service is set to bypass federal restrictions and sell animals for slaughter is built in the remote mode. Doc forest northwest of Reno a corral for wild horses. Mustangs gathered in the fall on national. Forest land along the California, Nevada border US forest service acknowledges it built the pen because horses held at other federal facilities. Cannot be sold for slaughter service. Denies claims by horse protection advocates that has made up its mind to sell the more than two hundred and fifty horses for slaughter there. But it also says it may have no choice. Jim taylor. CBS news. It's seven fifty one of Broadway's brightest lights has faded. I'm Scott Carr. That's coming up in the next five minutes on KYW NewsRadio. I don't think anything can prepare you to.

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"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Judge in Philadelphia blocked, the Trump administration's efforts to roll back the birth control mandate that's part of ObamaCare. One ws. Tim Jimenez reports the injunction from judge, Wendy Beatles. Stone of eastern district of Pennsylvania means for now the birth control, man. Date. This part of the Affordable Care Act is still intact across the country. Had there been no injunction Drexel, professor of law and public health. Doctor Robert field explains what would have happened if the Trump administration rules had gone into effect. It would no longer be a mandate. It would have been something that you could opt out of a for any reason, whether it was religious or simply conscience, which would have been a big change from what's on the books now, currently only churches and religious organizations like hospitals and universities are exempt from opting out of covering birth control for its employees if the administration's new rules went into effect that judge Beatles. Don't said tens of thousands of women would have been affected. There will be more unintended, pregnancies and states would shoulder the burden, but the new rules are on hold and there's a thumbs up from Democrats, Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro and New Jersey's AG Gerber gray wall. Both offices filed suit in late two thousand seventeen and on the other side of the ruling a Justice department spokeswoman tells the Washington Post they'll continue to quote, vigorously, defend religious, liberty. Dr field says that. Means an appeal is likely coming if the appeals courts do not overturn it almost certain to go to the supreme court. Tim Jimenez, KYW NewsRadio crossing the line. A federal judge in New York has ruled that the Trump administration cannot add a question about US citizenship. The next year twenty twenty cents at the Trump administration has sought to address citizenship question in next year census not asked if every household since nineteen fifty the stated rationale to properly enforce the Voting Rights Act, but a federal judge in New York says that rationale doesn't hold water that the administration only came up with it after it moved to add the question judge Jesse Furman and Obama appointee says asking about citizenship would lead in his estimation to a six percent decline in census responses from non-citizens Firmin's ruling is sure to be appealed. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. Former top prosecutor in Phoenix will investigate staff and practices at a long-term care center for a patient in a coma gave birth hacienda health. Hired former America county. Prosecutor Rick Romley the lead any investigation. Criminal investigation. Also underway. Maria Villarreal reports that facility has a troubled past Timothy Jeffries was a director of Arizona's lead social services agency until two thousand sixteen. He says he asked governor Doug Ducey to shutdown hacienda. After a two thousand fifteen audit revealed concerns of financial fraud, including the facility's annual average cost of care. The report says it totalled three hundred and eighty six thousand dollars per client in two thousand twelve nearly three times the national average of one hundred and thirty four thousand dollars. I'll see in the healthcare says it is cooperating with the latest investigation so much riding on this. British lawmakers set to weigh in on Prime Minister, Theresa May's Brexit Bill today weeks before the UK is due to leave the European Union parliament deadlocked over Brexit, but United in its loathing of Theresa May's deal conservative lawmaker Dominic grieve. If you are a lever,.

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"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Witness weather five day forecast meterologist Katie Fehlinger sunshine for yet another afternoon temperatures hovering right around forty tonight all clear with a low of twenty eight tomorrow, a little breezy, but still quiet with a high of forty four and then Thursday PM into Friday comes our next system. It looks like it could start off with a slushy coating to an inch or so upset no higher totals to the north and west at a high thirty five degrees. Eventually this all turns over to rain through the overnight and into Friday as we climbed to forty six degrees, Saturday a little lull initially, but we do have another system coming along bringing with it another round of mixed precipitation. Now, this looks like it's primarily going to be a rain event for our area. But I do think it could be a system that wraps up with a little wintry. Mix on its back edge. Saturday's high hits forty degrees. Thirty six partly cloudy going up to forty degrees, an injunction from a federal judge in Philadelphia means changes to the birth control mandate that the Trump administration was looking to implement now on hold Tim Jimenez has more of that this ruling from judge, Wendy Beatles. Stone of eastern. District of Pennsylvania means the Trump administration can't implement final new rules changes. That would have meant any company could cite religious or moral beliefs to opt out of offering birth control to its employees. So the coverage for birth control would have become entirely voluntary that's Drexel law and public health. Professor doctor Robert field. He says the birth control mandate is still on the books for now, at least and exemptions can only be granted to churches and religiously affiliated organizations like some hospitals or universities. Doctor field says judge Beatles stones decision was partly based on the idea that there would be irreparable harm. If the new rules went into effect could be women who would not use birth control, and therefore would have unplanned pregnancies, and that would be something that would affect them for the rest of their lives. Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro and his New Jersey counterpart, AG Gerber gray wall. Both Democrats praised this decision. Both offices were part of the suit to stop the Trump administration from implementing the rules. On the other side of the coin. A Justice department spokeswoman tells the Washington Post they'll continue to quote, vigorously, defend religious, liberty. Doctor field says an appeal is likely, and it could very well. Go all the way to the supreme court. Tim Jimenez, KYW NewsRadio. A former top prosecutor in Phoenix will investigate what happened to the long term care center patient a gave birth to healthcare hired former Maricopa County prosecutor Rick Romley believe the internal investigation. Criminal investigation also underway. Rehabilit- rail reports it will be my recommendation that as much information as can come out will come former Maricopa County. Prosecutor Rick Romley says his review of hacienda healthcare will include examining.

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"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"He takes the oath of office as governor of Pennsylvania for the second time and three a federal judge in Pennsylvania blocked, the Trump administration's effort to rollback the birth control mandate as part of the Affordable Care Act. We get the details now from KYW's Tim Jimenez, this ruling from judge, Wendy Beatles. Stone of eastern district of Pennsylvania means the Trump administration can't implement final new rules changes. That would have meant any company could cite religious or moral beliefs to opt out of offering birth control to its employees. So the coverage for birth control would have become entirely voluntary that's Drexel law and public health. Professor doctor Robert field. He says the birth control mandate is still on the books for now, at least and exemptions can only be granted. Two churches and religiously affiliated organizations like some hospitals or universities. Doctor field says judge Beatles stones decision was partly based on the idea that there would be irreparable harm. If the new rules went into effect could be women who would not use birth control, and therefore would have unplanned pregnancies, and that would be something that would affect them for the rest of their lives. Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro and his New Jersey counterpart, AG Gerber gray wall. Both Democrats praised this decision. Both offices were part of the suit to stop the Trump administration from implementing the rules on the other side of the coin. A Justice department spokeswoman tells the Washington Post they'll continue to quote, vigorously, defend religious, liberty. Doctor field says an appeal is likely, and it could very well. Go all the way to the supreme court. Tim Jimenez, KYW NewsRadio. Pennsylvania's nearly two million food assistance recipients will get benefits through February. Even though the partial government shutdown is dragging on payments will go out early. Early January eighteenth and nineteenth. Justin, Trudeau talked with Pennsylvania. US Senator Bob, Casey. And Pat Toomey about those early payments and a possible compromise to open the government up Senator Casey says, he's happy to state is expediting food assistance. But he wishes they did not need to they shouldn't have to have that sense of urgency. The program should work as it always does. It's hard enough to be struggling with food, insecurity. It's doubly hard. When you don't know if next month, it'll be there for you. Senator Toomey shares Casey sentiment that should be the approach. We shouldn't be using the federal government to make people's lives more difficult. So at least in that respect there's been some mitigation the senators differ when it comes to how to get the government back open. Casey says it's easy. The president today. Could do something real simple. Make one phone call and get one pen make the phone call to Mitch McConnell say Mitch pass that Bill that's sitting there that the house passed and then the president can use that pen to sign it to me says Democrats need to do their part at the bargaining table. Unfortunately, Nancy Pelosi has decided that now all of a sudden the only accept. Dollar amount to be spent on border security zero. There can be none just an auto KYW NewsRadio. It's decision day for Brexit Harlem, it will either vote with British Prime Minister, Theresa may and the deal to leave the European Union war against it. How respondent Hadas gold says expectations are not in favor of the prime minister right now estimates arranging that she'll lose anywhere from one hundred.

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"robert fields" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The flu shot after driving by billboard advertising. The deal. I saw that. I was like, well, I need to get it done. So came in here. She tells me she also plans to do a little grocery shopping, and I asked if she normally goes grocery shopping here every once in a while, I do but not very much. The theory is a flu shot promotion could help change that. That's according to Bert flick, injure the third a retail analyst with his strategic resource group. He says beyond the money you'll spend on groceries this day stores are betting people like her we'll start to get medicines. They're per script. Loyalty is is the greatest loyalty and all retail. They can just says shoppers get the flu shot tend to be health conscious more likely to fill prescriptions and buy over the counter medications. He has gaining these customers could help grocery stores cut into the big retail pharmacy market. This is the perfect opportunity for the food and drug combo retailers to competitively capitalize and for their part the pharmacy chains look at the flu shot as a gateway to becoming primary care centers that is places where people come for minor illnesses like an ear infection or colts. They're trying to be up those services and when easy way to get someone in the primary care clinic shot that's Robert field, a professor of health management and policy at Drexel University. We reached him via Skype. He says these companies are trying to get into both delivering healthcare and offering insurance to cover it. He points to the recently approved merger between insurer. Aetna and retail pharmacy, giant CBS stone stores are looking to add other immunizations. Pneumonia, for instance, single. Those are the ticker Lee important or Medicare patients who are likely to be big consumers have pharmaceutical products in its annual report CVS said retail pharmacists are shifting from primarily filling prescriptions to providing services, including vaccinations, and patient counseling and feels as offering things like flu shots can be cheaper for the big company then for the small doctor's office, the CDC estimates each year the flu costs about four point six billion dollars in direct medical expenses. That includes the cost of hospitalizations for people who get sick and doctors visits in.

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"robert fields" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"So I mean, for example, we can look at adulterants in your food within thirty seconds or whether your water has unfortunately lead or arsenic in another forty percent of the revenue goes. Then if you are sick and you go to the physician and you wanna get diagnostic testing, we supply tests there. And again, it's all around being accurate and being able to describe what the potential disease state. In, and then if you are sick and you go to the doctor and he prescribes drugs about thirty, five percent of our revenue is focused in pharmaceutical companies and helping them see inside the cells actually real time live cells and understand the mechanism of the drugs. So as as China's been investing in healthcare, we've been a big beneficiary of it. I have to just in the time remaining. I'm reading this book by this, oh, carry you about thirty knows you must've known that nobody could be doing that. The claims they were making you were the most sophisticated, maybe aluminum, maybe Thermo. They are probably diagnosis of anyone you must have known was impossible what Tillerson you say that a number of years ago, one of our board members came to me and said, you know what's? What is this? And we spent a lot of time first of all, trying to find any kind of scientific technical knowledge about the company very hard, very hard there Paik and we sort of and we sort of concluded that we didn't understand it. And so since we didn't understand it, we stayed away for. But you know it was as as as we're finding out now it was there wasn't much substance behind it. No, yours is totally substantive. And everybody uses you. Wanna congratulate you for just bring in all this value. You did it yourself. You are just a you have a remarkable company. Great. Well, thank you very much. That's Robert fields Perkin Elmer chairman, presence, yell, this is the kind of come. They always talk about diagnostics. You know how much. I think that's a great team. Life sciences food markets. It's over at their money's back after the break. Jay, I'm gonna watch this Facebook all day and the recommendation really wasn't that compelling. It just seems like people can't get enough of social media even when they're down. So I think that stock still has a few more points up before I know I'm gonna get cold feet. I notice how Amazon went up a lot, and that's one of done a lot of work on over the weekend that is still a by even as I know it. Let's say it's I like say that's always a bull market somewhere to find it just for you, right here made money. I'm Jim Cramer, and I will see you to Morrow.

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"robert fields" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"So I mean, for example, we can look at adulterants in your food within thirty seconds or whether your water has unfortunately lead or arsenic in another forty percent of the revenue goes. Then if you are sick and you go to the physician and you wanna get diagnostic testing, we supply tests there. And again, it's all around being accurate and being able to describe what the potential disease state. In, and then if you are sick and you go to the doctor and he prescribes drugs about thirty, five percent of our revenue is focused in pharmaceutical companies and helping them see inside the cells actually real time live cells and understand the mechanism of the drugs. So as as China's been investing in healthcare, we've been a big beneficiary of it. I have to just in the time remaining. I'm reading this book by this, oh, carry you about thirty knows you must've known that nobody could be doing that. The claims they were making you were the most sophisticated, maybe aluminum, maybe Thermo. They are probably diagnosis of anyone you must have known was impossible what Tillerson you say that a number of years ago, one of our board members came to me and said, you know what's? What is this? And we spent a lot of time first of all, trying to find any kind of scientific technical knowledge about the company very hard, very hard there Paik and we sort of and we sort of concluded that we didn't understand it. And so since we didn't understand it, we stayed away for. But you know it was as as as we're finding out now it was there wasn't much substance behind it. No, yours is totally substantive. And everybody uses you. Wanna congratulate you for just bring in all this value. You did it yourself. You are just a you have a remarkable company. Great. Well, thank you very much. That's Robert fields Perkin Elmer chairman, presence, yell, this is the kind of come. They always talk about diagnostics. You know how much. I think that's a great team. Life sciences food markets. It's over at their money's back after the break. Jay, I'm gonna watch this Facebook all day and the recommendation really wasn't that compelling. It just seems like people can't get enough of social media even when they're down. So I think that stock still has a few more points up before I know I'm gonna get cold feet. I notice how Amazon went up a lot, and that's one of done a lot of work on over the weekend that is still a by even as I know it. Let's say it's I like say that's always a bull market somewhere to find it just for you, right here made money. I'm Jim Cramer, and I will see you to Morrow.

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"robert fields" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"To understand no one can get me to use drugs my life changed because someone was there to listen one in seven americans will struggle with addiction during their lifetime want to know how you can help go to hear to listen dot com for tips and tools to help turn addiction around a public service announcement brought to you by the ad council president trump reevaluating the us role in syria after floating the idea last week of bringing home all american troops in syria president trump has agreed in a national security council meeting to keep those troops in syria a little longer to defeat isis white house spokeswoman sarah sanders the president has maintained all along that our focus has been on defeating isis there we've made significant progress since the president took office sanders said the president would like allies in the region to do their part in fighting isis the us is waging airstrikes in syria and has deployed about two thousand troops on the ground including special operations forces at the white house jon decker fox news of nasi who shot and wounded three people at youtube headquarters than killed herself on tuesday say they're in shock can make sense of what happened family also says they warned police in mountain view california that could be a threat but san brenta's police chief ed barberini says they were never informed we did not have any information that we're not familiar with with what was passed on to any other agency youtube bolstering security at its campus in the wake of the shooting a suspected drug bill is busted despite some creative camouflage fifty six year old james robert fields looked like he had something innocuous in his car when he was pulled over for a radic driving in alabama he liked cops searches car since it was supposedly just mexican candy but it sure was a lot more than eighty pounds police thought it looked fishy took a closer look and found it was really methamphetamine the street value one and a half million dollars fields now accused of trafficking the drug driving from his home state of tennessee and is now held on two hundred thousand dollars bond kenzi fox.

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"robert fields" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Talk president trump reevaluating the us role in syria after floating the idea last week of bringing home all american troops in syria president trump has agreed in a national security council meeting to keep those troops in syria a little longer to defeat isis white house spokeswoman sarah sanders the president has maintained all along that our focus has been on defeating isis there we've made significant progress since the president took office sanders said the president would like allies in the region to do their part in fighting isis the us is waging airstrikes in syria and has deployed about two thousand troops on the ground including special operations forces at the white house jon decker fox news of the seem ugh dubbed who shot and wounded three people at youtube headquarters than killed herself on tuesday say they're in shock can't make sense of what happened heavily also says they warned police in mountain view california that could be a threat but san bruno's police chief ed barberini says they were never informed we did not have any information that we're not familiar with with what was passed on to any other agency youtube bolstering security at its campus in the wake of the shooting a suspected drug bill is busted despite some creative camouflage fifty six year old james robert fields look like he had something innocuous in his car when he was pulled over for a radic driving in alabama he liked cops searches car since it was supposedly just mexican candy but it sure was a lot more than eighty pounds police thought it looked fishy took a closer look and found it was really methamphetamine the street value one and a half million dollars fields now accused of trafficking the drug driving from his home state of tennessee and is now held on two hundred thousand dollars bond kenzi fox news new york i'm jack callaghan fox news radio from the cremation society of minnesota weather center partly cloudy to start your thursday a low.

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"robert fields" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on WLOB

"The ad council president trump reevaluating the us rolling syria after floating the idea last week of bringing home all american troops in syria president trump has agreed in a national security council meeting to keep those troops in syria a little longer to defeat isis white house spokeswoman sarah sanders the president has maintained all along that our focus has been on defeating isis there we've made significant progress since the president took office sanders said the president would like allies in the region to do their part in fighting isis the us's waging airstrikes in syria and has deployed about two thousand troops on the ground including special operations forces at the white house jon decker fox news of adam who shot and wounded three people to youtube headquarters than killed herself on tuesday say they're in shock can make sense of what happened emily also says they warned police in mountain view california that could be a threat but san bruno's police chief ed barberini says they were never informed but we did not have any information that we're not familiar with with what was passed onto any other agency youtube bolstering security at its campus in the wake of the shooting a suspected drug bill is busted despite some creative camouflage fifty six year old james robert fields looked like he had something innocuous in his car when he was pulled over for driving in alabama he led cops searches car since it was supposedly just mexican candy but it sure was a lot more than eighty pounds police thought it looked fishy took a closer look and found it was really methamphetamine the street value one and a half million dollars fields now accused of trafficking the drug driving from his home state of tennessee and is now held on two hundred thousand dollars bond kenzo fox news new york i'm jack callaghan fox news radio.

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"robert fields" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The ad council president trump reevaluating the us role in syria after floating the idea last week of bringing home all american troops in syria president trump has agreed in a national security council meeting to keep those troops in syria a little longer to defeat isis white house spokeswoman sarah sanders the president has maintained all along that our focus has been on defeating isis there we've made significant progress since the president took office sanders said the president would like allies in the region to do their part in fighting isis the us is waging airstrikes in syria and has deployed about two thousand troops on the ground including special operations forces at the white house jon decker fox news of naseem adam who shot and wounded three people a youtube headquarters than killed herself on tuesday say they're in shock can make sense of what happened family also says they warned police in mountain view california that could be a threat but san bruno's police chief ed barberini says they were never informed but we did not have any information that we're not familiar with with what was passed on to any other agency youtube bolstering security at its campus in the wake of the shooting a suspected drug bill is busted despite some creative camouflage fifty six year old james robert fields looked like he had something innocuous in his car when he was pulled over for a radic driving in alabama he led cops searches car since it was supposedly just mexican candy but it sure was a lot more than eighty pounds police thought it looked fishy took a closer look and found it was really methamphetamine the street value one and a half million dollars fields now accused of trafficking the drug driving from his home state of tennessee and is now held on two hundred thousand dollars bond kenzi fox news new york i'm jack callaghan fox news radio.

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"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Country announced that their companies amazon berkshire hathaway jp morgan chase would form an independent healthcare company why are they want to protect their workers the story from kyw steve tower their alliance shows how frustrated people are with the high cost of health care according to robert field a professor of law and public health drexel university and to bring that disrupting ethos and the resources behind it it is project holds a lot of potential to make changes that we haven't been able to do so far field says amazon's jeff bezos berkshire hathaway's warren buffett and jp morgan's jamie diamond are ceos who have a vision about how to improve the country not just add to shareholder value they have the means and the drive to really do something that hasn't been that before as super investor buffett ports at the ballooning costs of healthcare act as a hungry tapeworm on the american economy steve talgua kyw newsradio kyw news time four twenty five time for the business report on friday the markets got hammered and they're still suffering the effects of that the dow futures nasdaq futures s p futures all the future so far including the asian markets all in the red what's the rest of the day going to be like here's mark meals from bloomberg stock investors hope for some relief in the coming week after last week's bruising losses as rising interest rates made stocks relatively less attractive at a solid jobs report friday increase the likelihood the federal reserve will lift rates next month quarterly earnings out today from hass bristol myers squibb and consumer products maker church and white the list of marqui name companies scheduled to open their books later in the week includes walt disney general motors cvs twitter archerdanielsmidland kellogg allstate hasbro in young brands the supply managers nonmanufacturing index for january will be out shortly after the markets opened this morning economists surveyed by bloomberg say the gauge of service sector activity may have edged a little higher at the start of the year waymo is one point nine billion dollar lawsuit against uber begins today an uber his hometown of san francisco waymo a unit of google parent company alphabet accuses the.

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"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"For the super bowl it's a super bowl all major roadways in the delaware valley your clear lanes open in and out of town will update that if there is an update two minutes from now three of the best known ceos in the country announced last week that their companies amazon berkshire hathaway and jp morgan chase would form an independent healthcare company for their workers kyw steve tower reports their alliance shows how frustrated people are with the high cost of health care according to robert field a professor of law and public health drexel university and to bring that disrupting ethos and the resources behind it if it is project holds a lot of potential to make changes that we haven't been able to do so far field says amazon's jeff bezos berkshire hathaway's warren buffett and jp morgan's jamie diamond are ceos who have a vision about how to improve the country not just add to shareholder value they have the means and the drive to really do something that hasn't been not before as super investor buffett what's the the ballooning costs of healthcare act is a hungry tapeworm on the american economy steve tarawa kyw newsradio kyw news time nine fifty one in south jersey this morning volunteers are working to make sandwiches for a yummy good caused joining us live from mollica hill with morris kyw tim jimenez i 10 good morning john and hundreds of volunteers right now most of them in high school and middle school they're in their eagles green here at the fourth annual hogi is for hope fund raiser had these volunteers are making and selling two thousand hogi he's malysz as one of the students helping out she was up early on this big day but that's a hurts very it's much worth it's really nice thank everyone community hands it comes together like as a family to really help people now the gold today's to raise twenty five thousand.

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"robert fields" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"robert fields" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The second half you know the falcons and by means of one two in the nfl lindbergh dow conversions into this date they combined for uob weapon in the first half goal to kick andrei roberts fields at helmet high and goes down to a need for a fair catch about that vikings and falcons they combined three upbeat weapon on third jal's one end to end of this game i write a new our defense has been outstanding in that capacity only let deep skipper and a twenty eight and a half percent rate in so the surprise i think is off at its author down and does not being able to move the football and a golf on simply would look the lot i'm a table in the first half i think it's up to the defense here to get the ball back in their hands as quickly as possible within the quicker the better matt ryan and is thrown at least one passing touch down thirty consecutive games the falcons have no touchdowns today to bat brien field goals vikings touchdown case tinam with a touchdown pass to georgia native jerk mechanim the vikings ran for fifty six yards in the first half it bears repeating during the falcons four losses this season said squad has given up one hundred fifty four rushing yards gave an there without matt ryan eleven of eighteen one hundred fourteen yards he's under center center is alex mack detail vakhta monte raymond mohammad so new and most him to left the man at all matti ice who both play option under the raft from detail hot jerk gets of off two but he looked tight in levin toilolo caught at the thirty one and toilolo executes his to oil to the 34 for a gain of nine where we stop by archaeopteryx canals matt ryan have a really good was third read that's not the guy that he wanted to go to use more the outlet solve ice job by the corners and safeties covering up on the outside julio jones right opposite savior roads while mitsui new laptop the the wade's formation behind matt ryan the on second a handoff davante freeman runs for the first out big zurich and richness of the forty flag on the play across the forty five and take him down at.

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