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"robin hayes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Winter gear. We get details now from ABC is unique because more people work from home. The great outdoors is offering a perfect break from going stir crazy. Sales of cross country skis jumped over 200%, according to Snowsports Industries, America and L. A. Bean says snow shoe sales climbed 358% while sweat pants are Up 180% that has to do with the pandemics. Other trend cozy comfort, says the NPD Group, which includes PJs and loungewear. Strong sales All good news for a hard hit retail industry. You neon ABC News I know here's Bloomberg business News. Like so many other areas of our lives, the pandemic will likely have a lasting effect on business travel. Even his company's plot when and how to return employees to offices when they plan to resume travel may not be a priority certainly believe that there will be companies that have learned to do business in different ways, And I think it will be sometime maybe several years before business travel returns fully JetBlue Airways chief executive Robin Hayes, he says, while companies are Finding success and virtual meetings. In some cases, business travel could be back sooner rather than later. Whether it sounds distribution logistics, where people really do need to travel, and even if bosses don't send people on his many business trips, as they used to, hey says, we don't yet understand some of the new markets that may result from remote work. If we are really gonna have a lot more people who are working from home working remote organizations are still gonna want to get people together once or twice a year, which he says will create new travel opportunities. I'm Steve Mr Bloomberg Business on WBZ, Boston's news radio and coming up at 5 45. The coronavirus stimulus package still not signed by the president, and at the stroke of midnight, millions of Americans lost their federal Unemployment benefits Right now we have 27 degrees in Danvers, 28 in Chelsea. It's 27 degrees in Milton and 28 degrees in Boston. Stick right with us. We're going to check headlines, sports traffic and weather. It's all straight ahead is by 38. There are all kinds of voice controlled gadgets in your house. Tell one of them to play WBC news radio on my heart radio and see what happens. You know what's not healthy stressing about work Or maybe you're out of work. Stop hit reset, You can start a new life as a nightie pro and as little as four months from the comfort of your own home, Even if you have zero computer experience, go tell.
"robin hayes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"North Carolina is under a state of emergency after Tropical Storm Ada killed at least 12 people. Search teams today recovered a one year old child who had been missing and yet another storm is on the move tonight. Record 30th named Storm of the season iota formed in the Caribbean today. It's expected to hit storm ravaged Central America as a powerful hurricane early next week, and currently there are no watches or warnings in effect, but forecasters are concerned that it could be soon before they post a hurricane watch and that would be for Nicaragua and for Honduras, a 37 to Wall Street now to business with Bloomberg. The airlines know their recovery depends on making passengers feel safe, and there is some cautious optimism that more people will experience their new cleaning procedures and other efforts during the holiday season. United Airlines projects. Thanksgiving Week will be the busiest since the start of the pandemic, and it is adding domestic flights to meet the anticipated demand. American Delta and JetBlue will also beef up their schedules. They all know that many customers will be on an airplane for the first time since covert 19 hit JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes tells Bloomberg vacationers could hold the key to jump starting the industry's recovery. The airline industry believes that leisure travel and domestic travel will cover more quickly than international travel or business. Travel. Cases of vaccine will be welcome, but it is up to the airlines to reassure customers they can fly in an airplane goes away. They're going to go negative. Remain completely safe. I'm Jeff Hullinger Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio coming up in the 45 the electoral vote count looking exactly like it did four years ago. Trusted for 100 years.
"robin hayes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"robin hayes" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"So that was Robin Hayes giving us the male perspective on the DM's, and now we have maybe de best the Amer in the history of DM's I've just say my friend. We have one of the most followed golfers in all of the world exceptional talent beautiful lady, an instagram fee Nov page. With page our girl. Good. Thanks for having me back on I. Mean we did Thirst Chat Semis, bells lines, games now. You know what I love is every tugging on the show we just have so much fun. We get to do a show on thirsty traps in over doing a show on on sliding into DM's both things that I was never involved in for a now you've because of you and knowing you've got me involved in them. So I appreciate you getting me out of Shell page. That's what I'm here for the process. Yeah. You get a third strap first people are citing the year DM's in it. You know it's it works out working. Is the thirst rap kind of like the gateway drug and it's a very slippery slope after that sudden it's DM's all sudden I find myself sending nudes what? I'll be on probably for that one to. EXCU-, you'll be my therapist. Okay. It's Oh God it happened. On your shoulder. Probably. Okay, so we want the goal of this show. One is always just have fun. So I love having you on his we always have so much fun to during Kovin people. Our community are helmet. Think listeners are finding that really the only way they're able to still have connection and possibly meet new people through DM's. So, we wanted to do a deep dive into the art of sliding into. DM's also receiving the APPS. So in your history. What have let's let's start with your your instagram history social media history. When did you start using social media and when did you start using DM's? I mean ever since I got a phone, you just would have social media and drag messaging is just a way to communicate with people. So never something weird for me. It was almost like sending a tax to just feels very normal natural I will say now or when I became like a public figure I would never really send downs unless it's like to my friends I never really liked reached out to someone before I've always had people reach out to me just because entry you know this is well. It can be very overwhelming like the amount of messages Indiana's that you get from people like as soon as you answer one person, then you kind of have to keep up conversation with that person in. So it's always like, do I wanNA responded that Conversation Seventy respond can't not respond anymore. So I it's. It's interesting but I think also people realize that you have two and a half three million followers on instagram and they are not the only person in the world that you are talking to your a very busy person. Professional Golf for. You. Think that in that's probably one thing I don't like about dams is when people assume that you're the only person that they're talking to. Someone will send a message and then maybe a couple of days later couple hours later, another message like how would you not respond to me? I WANNA response and I'm like I'm trying. I barely tax periods back like I'm not gonNA GM you about like my whole entire life story, right? I can handle on in the can handle three phone calls and five text messages and and then my head blows off and that's not even counting emails. That's not even counting DM's So I'm not wired to sit at a computer typing whatever. So like minded is back up I have mountains of text message haven't responded. I'm just not good at I'm good at facetime facetime meet Lancer I, WanNa see your face because love people want to steer facebook digital messes, messages like that. I'm not that good at but Steve Into. INTO DMZ, how somebody might use a dam to make a connection? So let's say. Let's go from the female perspective I so. There's somebody there's somebody that you liked that a female likes a male and wants to get this man's attention. What is a way that you in the past or you have used or a a way that you could advise our listeners on on sliding into this person's deums Yep, there's usually a process so I you have to follow the person and then you like, I would say about three to five pictures usually in a row so they can see your name pop up. After you do that, normally that person will then dm you just like, Hey, what's going on but if they don't do that, then I would normally say something funny I, like funny dams back catches my attention a lot I hate when someone will descend like, Hey, or how are you a what's up by I want? To laugh I, want to be entertained I want you. Have a connection from the very start in just our conversation because it's so hard. When things like hey. What do you say that you know you can't do anything you guys dm me and they say things that are really funny. My favorite one is send like a a mode of furniture and say, Hey, sorry moving in your DM's or bill deal one where they will send a picture of their dog and I sorry, my dog's lost. I found in your gaps. So Oh. Yeah like it's really smooth. It's funny. I had a guy once asked me like what might be soup was, but he led I didn't respond right away and she kept every day it was consistent. He'd be like chicken noodle. You just start naming different soups I finally hide to respond because I like this guy is so persistent. So the thing that's different. Usually though like when I would sign in some of the ads trying to think. I mean just you just make fun. Just try to catch their attention maybe pick up something that's on their instagram south they were like. Fishing Media big funny joke about that or if they really liked golf, you know mentioned that but always come in with a question or something like that Joe just so they have. To responded. It, it's interesting that humor is one way that.
"robin hayes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In Hong Kong, and here in Singapore on Juliette Solly. We have trading underway in Tokyo, Sydney and soul. We're an hour away from the day's trade in Hong Kong and Shanghai. Decay is slightly high. Korean stocks, though, is strolling around these two year highs, down by about 9/10 of 1%. And Australia recovering after yesterday's selloff, will have more on market shortly with Brian Codus But now the top world business headlines and Americans accounting on emergency Corona virus relief, and that may have to wait until full. U. S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Congress will break until after Labor Day. Members will remain on 24 hour notice in case a Corona virus stimulus deal is reached, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said when Republican negotiators are ready to meet in the Middle Democrats will restart negotiations. Hey, Alan carriers are calling on the Trump Administration and Congress to resolve a stalemate over stimulus. They've said that the stolen travel recovery may force him to cut tens of thousands of jobs on October the first. That's when $25 billion of existing U. S. Payroll aid expires. JetBlue's CEO Robin Hayes, told Bloomberg that airlines are in a very critical situation. A day of reckoning is coming for the industry because we can't continue with where we are in terms of number of jobs we have and see demand. It's 25 to 30% of where we'd normally Hey, said JetBlue will fly about 40% of its normal schedule in August that is down 10 to 15% points from its earlier plan. Still, JetBlue is maintaining plans to start transatlantic flights next year. That is, if a Corona virus vaccine or treatment is approved. We get US retail sales numbers for the month of July Friday, will straight. Bloomberg's Mike McKay has a preview. Americans likely did spend more in July, but the increase was much smaller than the jump in June. The return of the Corona virus probably kept some discretionary spending, particularly at restaurants and bars. Auto sales were up,.
"robin hayes" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Quantico you won't experience a lot of down time with your yard he he thanks for coming in on a Sunday and spending some time with the gore right Preciado thanks Nick it's always a pleasure talking with you and and will we'll see you soon all right my friend take care alright newstalk eleven thirty W. I. S. and we will return again next week more debt less cash the federal reserve reports total US debt counting the government businesses and households surged nearly twelve percent in the first quarter quadrupled the fourth quarter increase at the same time the plunging stock market in March what almost seven and a half trillion dollars offer US household net worth the numbers don't reflect the almost full stock market recovery at least until this week businesses took on almost nineteen percent more debt to cover lost revenue household debt rose about four percent and most of that in mortgages bottom line all that new debt will make it that much harder for the economy to stage a comeback airline travel is starting to pick up a month ago the weekly average was only two hundred and twelve passengers and last week it hit three hundred and fifty one thousand and a top four hundred thousand a day over the weekend for the first time since mid March it's still about eighty percent below pre pandemic levels but JetBlue CEO robin Hayes is cautiously optimistic we think when we look at July we're weak still close to finalizing the schedule now but we think we're putting on a flight about half of our original schedule for July we think will guest is likely to be a bit stronger than July so it was saying you know pickup Elijah I think the question that that we have is what happens the business travel and how long does that really I take to come back convincing travelers they won't catch cove in nineteen is a primary goal for airlines some like frontier have added temperature checks before boarding others like delta are keeping middle seats empty and capping how many people are on board and is Phil lebeau reports all airlines require passengers to wear a mask throughout the flight and if you want.
"robin hayes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Chef more debt less cash the federal reserve reports total US debt counting the government businesses and households surged nearly twelve percent in the first quarter quadruple the fourth quarter increase at the same time the plunging stock market in March white double seven and a half trillion dollars offer US household net worth the numbers don't reflect the almost full stock market recovery at least until this week businesses took on almost nineteen percent more debt to cover lost revenue household debt rose about four percent in most of that in mortgages bottom line all that new debt will make it that much harder for the economy to stage a comeback airline travel is starting to pick up a month ago the weekly average was only two hundred and twelve passengers and last week it hit three hundred and fifty one thousand and a top four hundred thousand a day over the weekend for the first time since mid March it's still about eighty percent below pre pandemic levels but JetBlue CEO robin Hayes is cautiously optimistic we think when we look at July I'm still close to finalizing the schedule now but we think we probably gonna fly about half of our original schedule for July and we think we're gonna see is likely to be a bit stronger than July so it was saying you know pickup in leisure I think the question that that we have is what happens to business travel and how long does that really I take to come back convincing travelers they won't catch cove in nineteen is a primary goal for airlines some like frontier have added temperature checks before boarding others like delta are keeping middle seats empty and capping how many people are on board and it's Phil lebeau reports all airlines require passengers to wear a mask throughout the flight and if you want.
"robin hayes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg markets coming up we're gonna have jet blue Airways CEO robin Hayes he was on Bloomberg television or table guy Johnson will have his thoughts on the company's outlook and the airline landscape plus we could take a look at the growing position of the private equity industry in health care the first it's got a great charitable work news for a Bloomberg business slash right Paul structure back after yesterday's late session selloff we checked the numbers every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day S. and P. five hundred up one point nine percent up fifty six that was up one point eight percent of four hundred thirty the nasdaq is up two point two percent of two hundred three that ten years down six thirty seconds with the yellow point seven zero percent West Texas intermediate crude up three and a half percent at thirty three ten per barrel comics gold is up four tenths of a percent to seventeen fifty one ninety an ounce the dollar yen one of seven thirty seven the euro dollar nine ninety four in the British found the dollar twenty two sixty one that's a Bloomberg business slash I'm Gregg Jarrett you're listening to Bloomberg markets with it's in polls we need bird radio we've talked a lot about the collapse in the airline industry we are starting to see some signs of a resurgence in people traveling around earlier today JetBlue chief executive officer robin Hayes spoke with Bloomberg's guy Johnson we discussed the changing demand for flights somebody forecasts for the industry going forward let's take a listen since the beginning of April we've been bumping along the bottom we now bumping off the bottom you know one of the things I look at every morning is the TSA data that shows how many peoples through through the checkpoints the day before and died you know was an industry now we sing about eight to ten percent of what we would normally see so we've definitely seen some small improvements and we think in June there's going to be motor mom for flying from my way of saying about in some of our full bookings again we're very cautious but we expect to fly on June schedule probably between seventy to seventy five percent of all account of what we normally fly when I was in may we were flying eighty to eighty five to ninety percent down on what we normally fly a what kind of traffic is it is it is it the kind of visiting friends and relatives I think is it leisure traffic is there any business travel in the yes well you know there's still a lot of essential workers flying around your medical personnel people in the age distribution business definitely some visiting friends and family people returning back to the northeast who left the northeast just before this pandemic broke so it's a it's a real makes and we also say into the summer some small interest in vacation travelers as well I'm we're we're talking to a number of sort of our our vacation markets technicality and understand better that opening plants you don't see a lot of business traffic and you study being trying to change that over the last couple of years hi this is business the loss the comeback DC business coming back in anything like the same way that it did the full in business I will come back most slowly you know I think that we all sort of finding things out like this all of them we we sold I will eighty percent leisure twenty percent business I feel good about where JetBlue is I mean we have a largely domestic network the international flights that we do have a ten to be close to home I still think there's gonna be a concern for a while people traveling to fall a phone from home and you know I think we're gonna see some different quarantine rules get put in place around the world is going to confuse people so I think this is trouble will come back a little bit more slowly I think probably on business routes where we may fly eight to ten a day you know we'd be fine maybe they'll fall for a while until the month comes back what about trans Atlantic you continue to say that that it's going to happen in twenty twenty one yeah is it now late twenty twenty one it's like twenty twenty one you know we are still committed to do it I mean we saying that actually by like twenty twenty one to mom between Europe and the U. S. should be largely back to to white walls and we have the same old problems of legacy airlines check downs in people with very high says and so you know we still see a great opportunity for us to come in and make significant price reductions when when you look at what is happening with that trans Atlantic story I doubt we can number that lines of withdrawal on strong can't wait can a return check back to Heathrow so anything backs with the likes of virgin budget is under stress to you do you see the possibility of excess salts are coming available yes I mean you know we've always said we see the policy into more than one London airport and I used to have an even wider invites a pop now than I did that what happens in Q. four if things don't get going again if we haven't seen a pick up later this year how did you react how do you how do you re position the airline at that point so I mean we've always we've always had a low cost structure we've always I think being very careful about how we plan for growth we have a relatively simple sleep you know as I said earlier we have a network that is large the U. S. domestic or international we have is is tends to be cabin central little bit of Latin America we don't have any wide body that plan so we do believe that these the business is that will come back first having said that I you know I still think it's highly likely that when we get to October we're going to be a small Adeline a small industry and we you know we're going to do I tend to do everything we can to manage stocks of all entry means Jack was never followed I remember not twenty year history with proud of that I would like to continue that but what we also recognize that we are going to be a small loss we had great success already about fourteen thousand about twenty three thousand crew members have taken some form of all entry time all I'm that's really helped us get through this in a way that is sustainable that was gentler CEO robin Hayes speaking earlier today Bloomberg's guy Johnson on Bloomberg television really interesting Lisa here I mean that traffic starting to slowly come back we heard from Mister Hayes about that and he expects I guess a slow build for the remainder of this year into next year I'm looking right now at the transportation security administration checkpoint travel numbers Hellboy for the day's recent past eight weeks it versus the prior year the same period oh my gosh I mean it's it's surprising but off of basically nothing I mean that that traveler numbers are really meager I'm looking right now for example and may nineteenth that would be yesterday a hundred ninety thousand travelers plus or minus went through TSA checkpoints verses two point three million wow a year ago on the same day and again are you going to think we're getting up to the three day weekends this typically has been a period where or people would go on vacation and enjoy the weather which is beautiful how many people are fun are you no no absolutely not and you know you can just kind of track it I like to track planes in there there's lots of cool apps for that and the skies are just remarkably empty even in this air space around here which is some of the densest air space on the planet just you know nobody flying and it kind of goes to the TSA numbers it goes to the data that Robert Hazen chip Lewis just mentioning you know they were down at the peak down eight you know ninety percent of their schedule not running us only running about ten percent capacity starting into that up a little bit but them it's gonna be intimacy when consumers really want to get back on a plane I love that that's a hobby of yours it truly is and this is this before he said the cover nineteen pandemic you like tracking planes on apps and what I do yeah I do it's a lot of fun and it's a great part of the world to do it in the mail every time a time you look up you see a plane around here but not so much these days so what's here that developed right now it's down to Washington.
"robin hayes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Projects. Washington. Governor Jay Inslee and the state attorney general call the executive orders and unprecedented assault on the right Noblet Gatien of every state to protect their waters and communities. They're going to fight the orders a Boeing shareholders suing the company for allegedly hiding problems with it's seven thirty seven. Max pushed shares higher Richard seeks argues Boeing should've told investors about safety problems with its bestselling plane after a fatal crash in October. Instead, he says it pushed the stock up to artificial highs by speaking Optima. About future sales. The for the second fatal crash in March the federal class action suit also names going CEO Dennis Muilenburg, the chief financial officer, Gregory Smith as defendants. Speaking of the Airways after mulling it over jet blues. Taking jump across the pond CEO, Robin Hayes announced this week the airline will start flying the London and New York. I'm sorry flying to London from New York and Boston in twenty twenty one JetBlue leaders have been talking about it for some time actually since mid twenty sixteen that was around the time. They now plans to tweet their Airbus orders to get a longer range plane. The CEO says customers want the service the move will help JetBlue strengthen its position in New York and Boston the head of the seven largest banks in the US have defended steps to shore up their institutions in the wake of the financial crisis the appearance by the chief executive of J P Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and five other banks represented the largest gathering of leaders of the baking industry since before the before congress. I should say since the financial. Meltdown in two thousand eight since the crisis city is become smaller.
"robin hayes" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Traffic and weather together in two minutes. The head of the Republican party in North Carolina along with the state's largest political donor was charged with wire fraud and bribery Tuesday. Those allegations are linked to money given by Robin Hayes and investment firm founder Greg Lindberg to the state's insurance Commissioner police in Winston Salem are searching for those responsible for a shoot-out last night southeast of downtown the suspects one in an SUV the other in a black sedan fired multiple shots at each other a stray bullet was later found to have hit a home on Wall Street. No one was injured. A Harnett county mother says a teacher choked her daughter CBS seventeen reports. The woman says her fourth grade daughter was attacked on a south Harney bellum entry school bus. She says the girl didn't sit down for the teacher. And after an argument teacher grabbed her daughter by the throat incur. Her Nepalese are investigating. North Carolina's elevator lady is leaving a job. She says she loves rob Stadler explains. State labor Commissioner Cherie berry got the nickname because her picture appears on inspection certificates in every elevator and North Carolina. But you won't see them after next year. She told the NC council of state to say that she won't run for a six term berry became North Carolina's first woman labor Commissioner back in two thousand one I'm rob statler sports. The hurricanes topped the Maple Leafs. Four one in Toronto Dougie Hamilton had two goals while Justin Williams and Jordan, install each added one with that win combined with the Montreal win and to Columbus lost Carolina. Now moves into the first wildcard spot with ninety five points the Hornets have lost three straight there. Now three back of the heat for the eighth and final playoff spot in the east. There's only five games left in the regular season. They'll visit the pelicans in New Orleans tonight with continuing news updates. I'm Kyle Wilson..
"robin hayes" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"All things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. I'm Ari Shapiro. The White House official who supervised whistle blower Tricia Newbold in the personnel. Security office will be answering questions from congress. The house oversight committee voted to subpoena. Karl Klein today Newbold told the committee last week that dozens of times her recommendations that security clearances denied or overruled. She says that could have jeopardized national security Newbold is thirty nine. She's been a civil servant for eighteen years under both democratic and Republican administrations. And earlier I spoke with her lawyer pass men asked him to lay out nubile declarations against her office and Carl Kleiner former boss when she decided it was not in the national interest to grant security clearances for these twenty-five individuals who supervisor overruled her and never provide any rationale for his decisions in the past. When of rolled on rare occasion. They would supervise with point out the mitigating circumstances and would work with to assess. Twenty-five security clearance, denials, a large number. I have no idea what's normal in this situation. It's a very large number, according to my client. It's only happened on one or two occasions and she recalls when Refaeli recently in the last administration where a decision was overridden, but the supervisor explained the rationale and how the security concerns were mitigated, and she was willing to go along with his decision because it made sense in your clients complaint. The twenty five people who were given security clearances are not named. But there has been reporting that President Trump overrode the decision of career officials to grant his son-in-law Jared Kushner a clearance. Can you tell us whether he's one of the people involved here? I can't comment on that. My client is not willing to discuss individual security determinations. She thinks that would be improper now that these accusations are in the hands of congress and in the public eye where does it go from here? My client has these two pending cases one before the special counsel. Which is being investigated with she's alleged reprisal for whistleblowing based on her suspension and removal from a supervisory position she also has a pending case at the plant commission wishes requested a hearing and his waiting for assignment administrative judge at pass men. Thanks very much for talking with us today. You're welcome. That's Ed pass men who represents whistle blower Tricia Newbold. She works in the personnel security office of the White House. Federal prosecutors have indicted the head of the state Republican party in North Carolina, Robin Hayes is a former five term US congressman today. Prosecutors charged him with public corruption and bribery, the indictment also names the state's top political donor and two of his associates. Joining us with details now is Jeff to bury. He's capital bureau chief for w UNC in Raleigh. Welcome to the program. What are the charges that Hayes in these other people are facing what more can you? Tell us charges are wire fraud aiding and abetting and lying to the FBI. Now department of Justice call this a brazen bribery scheme in a letter that came out today with the indictment. According involves a wealthy businessman. Two of his associates, and as you mentioned, Robin Hayes, a former five term congressman and currently still as of this moment leads the state Republican party the indictment lays out in some very specific detail what amounts to an effort to gain favorable treatment from the State Department of insurance and allegedly the businessman this mutt. Men and Greg Lindberg offered millions of dollars to the state insurance Commissioner his name's Mike 'cause the Commissioner who is also an elected Republican, and what they wanted the business folks in return were looser regulations and some control over personnel within the State Department of insurance how did the alleged fraud come to light? Well, according to federal prosecutors. It was the insurance Commissioner himself Causey who had just been on the job for a few weeks. Maybe a month or two who came to them in two thousand seventeen he had concerns about what he perceived were illegal campaign contributions, and he agreed to cooperate within if there was an investigation. And of course, there was this investigation. It's unclear exactly what mechanism was used. But there are direct quotes throughout this indictment phone conversations in person correspondence. So a lot of what is alleged to have happened in this conspiracy appears to in some form or fashion have been recorded, and what we also know from the indictment what we learned today and also based on campaign finance reports over the last year or two is that Lindbergh the businessman donated large sums of money, hundreds of thousands of dollars to the state Republican party. And he wanted a lot of that to go to the reelection campaign of this insurance Commissioner, however enlisted in North Carolina campaign finance law does not allow. for the earmarking of money donor can give on limited amounts but he or she can't say oh it's gotta go toward this campaign or that reelection campaign i think it's also worth noting that the money here is astronomical higher than what an insurance commissioner normally raises it was donated three years in advance to win 'cause you would've been running for reelection had even announced his reelection bid here and the maximum that donors can give in this state is fifty four hundred dollars per person and response from hayes so the other defendants i've left chairman hayes voicemail have not heard from him he's not said anything publicly we've not heard from any of the other ones at the end of the other folks have been indicted at this time and pull back for a moment what about the state republican party very fluid it's interesting just yesterday as he seventy three years old announced that he would not run for another term estate share citing health challenges it would be surprising i think obviously if you're maine's in his post here as for the state party we'll we'll see what more comes in the days ahead that's jeff to bury w._n._y._c.'s u._n._c.'s bureau chief in raleigh north carolina thank you you're welcome this next story starts with a short history lesson when colorado became a state in eighteen seventy six not every lawmaker could read so the state constitution required that all bills be read on the floor out loud and in full since then the provision has been amended slightly lawmakers have had little use for it until now bent brooklyn of colorado public radio reports in november democrats in colorado one big after taking the house senate and the governor's mansion they set out with an ambitious agenda stricter oil and gas regulations paid family leave a red flag gun law that doesn't sit well with republicans who say democrats are moving too quickly on big bills to slow down their opponents and the process there employing that old tactic asking bills to be read out loud in full senator cook thank you mr chair i also moved house bullets something to s it'll be read length i object to the motion and ask the journal be read at length so i respectfully request on the bill ninety nine be read at length chris holbert is colorado's senate republican minority leader he says there just isn't much else his party can do the only thing that we have as leverage in the minority when both chambers are in the minority is having bills read at length one of those bills was two thousand pages long to read out loud it would've taken senate staff a week democratic senate president leroy garcia says during that time no other senate business could have been accomplished i see my colleague from the other side reverting to trump like tactics and the style of washington d._c. and it's not colorado is not what people send us your to do so in order to speed things along garcia brought in a bank of five computers to eat the bill at six hundred fifty words per minute it was a.
"robin hayes" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations
"So they gave it a year year and a half. It looks like by the time it dies. But I mean, I guess part of the problem there, if you ask me is Singapore economy, regular condoms, premium product. Right? And so if it is one of the more comfortable economy products flying their triple seven just as dated. So you know, you'll have added their triple seven JFK Frankfort a few years back and wasn't especially impressed by it. I, I just didn't find it. The legroom wasn't anything special. The crew was very nice. The meal was fine, but I just didn't. I didn't, but it's often just the interaction with the crew that changes one's perception of airline, right? Like you talked to people who fly Mertz and they love emerets and even in coach, and it's not like there's a lot of extra. Room is just the experience and the interaction you have the most people talk about. And this is something the western carriers haven't really figured out is that you could have a borderline product. But if you make the experience more memorable and have better interaction, that leaves a positive impact on the in person, hey, listen, man, Necker was there for your safety? They are not being paid to smile clearly at least not in the in Europe or the US is actually, it's funny. You mentioned that I had the conference has at last week in London, Robin Hayes, the jet blue spoke on of the conversations and he was talking once again about maybe we'll go to Europe with our three twenty on LARs when they finally come and get the livered and putting aside the fact that JetBlue has been screwing around unofficially making this decision for way too long. And it's like embar comedic at this point that it's not happened. The one of the comments he made and this is something on experiences. While I was talking about the mint service and one of the reasons mint succeeds is because of the crew, and they really actually are nice in their coach. You know, travel experience, whatever cruiser Jennifer nice to. But for the. Premium product that is huge part of their sort of what they sell. And I will say it's rare that I remember flight attendants walking off of playing when I leave the flight and I remember the names of my flight attendants from mid flights, you You know. know. Yeah, I've yet to try. It's on my list. I just haven't had a chance to the question that I would bring up is now the time to compete on transatlantic. And so I, that's a very good question. And certainly I see where you're coming from on that. What they're looking at is not being a traditional low cost carrier operation across the Atlanta. They're not looking to compete with Primero and fill two hundred seats of mediocre Connie, that's que they wanna compete. They want to compete in premium. They want to compete for those sixteen seats up front and then also sell coach that happens to be a little better naked. I think if they tweak it a little bit, depending on the planes and a few other things, they could almost get to the point where they are sort of like how Icelandair was selling its pre mcconnachie. I mean, that was a block middle seat. I don't think JetBlue will go that far, but he commanded a small premium fare wise. JetBlue could try to command a small premium fare wise for the transatlantic economy while underselling business class a little bit and still profit significantly..
"robin hayes" Discussed on WCHS
"Be ib l e more women his marches around the us and the world today yesterday's march has brought out hundreds of thousands on the anniversary of the first women's march in support of women's empowerment and against president trump and new jersey's first newest first lady made a very personal revelation during a women's march on saturday days after she watched her husband be sworn in as governor of new jersey tammy murphy told the crowd in morris town decades ago as a college sophomore i was sexually assaulted murphy cofounder of a public policy initiative who's been married to fill murphy for more than twenty years says her attacker at the university of virginia never faced justice in her case and he only went to jail later for a different crime by speaking out we can find hours praying and ensure our lives are not divine by this experience brian clark abc news new york and a new study finds that nearly threequarters of sexual harassment cases at work go unreported careerbuilder is lit on at nick robin hayes at says there are many reasons that victims choose to stay quiet they don't want to be labelled as a troublemaker other said that it was their word against the other person or they are afraid of losing their job she says it's important for employees to know their rights she says to find out if your company has a policy in place this is abc news a good night's sleep starts with the right.
"robin hayes" Discussed on Tell Me Something I Don't Know
"Among geologists urban dictionary it's always wise to read that in public urban dictionary states that licking the rock means doing hardcore drugs such as cocaine our math there's a television show called my strange addiction and they once featured a woman named theresa who says she's been eating rocks every day for twenty years and can't stop it's believed this she may suffer from a scarcely research disorder called pico which may be caused by mineral deficiencies such as an iron deficiency which can come as the results of siac disease or hook worm an interesting the most obsessive somalia's are sometimes called cork dork six and they lick rocks to help train their power interesting that makes sense mike magne full good stuff thank you so much in cagey hamon thank you so much for deng something it is time for one last break when we return a couple more guests in the new our live audience will pick a winner that's right after this welcome back to our next guest would you please welcome robin bell kamana robin hey there robin hayes dave in our you great thanks what do you do i'm a scientists there lamont dirty it's part of columbia university and i study isis nicer the ice in antarctica greenland and how it flows and how it fractures taste it too much and when you say you study this this sounds as if you go there personally yes yeah i personally go there you've been to an article let's say how many times i say seventime no kidding okay well how and what kind of field work do you do or you examining are you experimenting well we like put stuff on airplanes and like fly over the ice sheets and look inside it can like he would with an mri we can see what it's made a and then we looked for what's underneath and that's where.
"robin hayes" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Go around and and i guess i don't know i haven't talked anybody with women having to you know from film of a digital i don't know what that doesn't kill also that's good point let's go to robin hayes would be misery welcome to the program hey rob while come you are on the air with a heavy blow raided burt very the rubbing handed ferried all german ours including me uh which is her their happy birthday thank you and uh i have a comment hurt who in there are going to tell your short door sure uh you have some really great medical guess on man i would open i'm good goal on fifty nine on the ads nardolillo note there were i i wish you would have guessed arm that would actually right some x will hoon or earn or you're an old guard earlier at girl reagan our copper and other people can you do the burn heard of taking there howdy put vitamin pack for me natural you talking about natural foods all natural foods to third over everybody knows who paid bridegroom rudder beer would go to my grocery store and buy i'm sure in in in almost fight amin's or derive from the natural staff well right but i i know it's where you your for most of your home go on the internet and by somkuan but i'd rather wrote a my grocery store the former market and you're like trade it away and the because our way hurt riders and pander neider earn i'm good oh you need you need you need turmeric so get in any way you care no i.
"robin hayes" Discussed on KTRH
"Are still a handful of them out there yes there are there are some men apple of kansas and they're quite easy used ryan uh for living and we had the uh today in missouri drive in that there was one time was five we can you drive in and after years after i left fair i've big tornado care through and wiped don't they knocked it out bore the the land to is just so valuable dow it's worth more than the theater i bet well that's true and feminist the house to going around we had one in south have kansas bet that grew around the the dr ian and then they put a bad parka right next to it was all kinds ally chen show that calm down flooded out the the drive in hawaii and but added there are some he'll go around and and i guess i don't know i haven't talked anybody with him having to change you know from him to the digital i don't know what i've done to also that's good point let's go to robin hayes would missouri welcome to the program hey rob while come you are on the air with a happy related carried the european standard burke ferried all gem menards including me which is hitter happy birthday thank you and uh i have a comment earth who are not going to tell your short door sure uh you have some really great matter coal and gas on man i was hoping i'm good no alarm fifty three i norm the ads all nope there burt i i wish you would have been gas storm that would actually right if you're some actual hoon or earned or you know garowe where it girl reagan hours samper and other people can you do the learn from third of taking their how do you put their vitamin pack through this i me natural you talking about natural foods all natural foods instead of everybody knows who paid vitamin a rudder beer go my grocery store and buy i'm sure in in you know most vitamins are derived from the natural will stuff all right but i i know it aired it's where you here for most people just don't go on the internet by thumped on but i'd rather go to my grocery store the former market.
"robin hayes" Discussed on KELO
"Movie theater air to be the only one zero at one time to a driving a movie theater in dropping the ground black and white sugar i will sign on online at many driving in and they add coal a bunch of mall hurrying you grow in your car would be who you know kwang toward screaming man argued true to your radio the found but it was an a drivein theater in adult dr inter for those kind of movies don't movie oh my little creamed in on it the whole world could see it where he was kind of a closedcircuit things so he backed up then you've you can on that's interesting yet to be right interest there still driving theaters they're still a handful of them out there yes there are some in welcoming gander down there we're theater poor living and we had the survey missouri drive in that there was one guy was we we need drive in long during your farah big tornado came through and wiped they knocked it out borther the the land to is just so valuable dow it's worth more than the theater i bet well that's true and some how to run around we had one in chocolate kansas that that the grew around the drive in and then they put a bad parka right next to it will go on july can show right crowded out the the drive in the right and but added are you still around and i guess i don't know i haven't talked anybody with two you know from the digital i don't know what that then killed also good point let's go to robin hayes would missouri welcome to the program hey rob what come you are underway though happy more rated burke carried the rubbing handed burke ferried all share menards including me would choose today happy birthday thank you and uh i have a comment or who are going to go your short door sure uh you're really great medical gas on man i were hoping i'm good no alarm fifty three i know i'm not all know there were i i wish you would have with gas storm that would actually right have some actual who or earned or you know garwe occur oregano were somber and other people can you do the thing that of taking their there how do you put their vitamin pack sure there for you mean natural you're talking about natural foods all natural foods who stirred.