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Virginia Beach sets tentative Memorial Day weekend target

Markley and Van Camp

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Virginia Beach sets tentative Memorial Day weekend target

"Virginia we have beach ambassador yeah governor blackface in Virginia is using some of the lockdown restrictions there's a new effort to promote social distancing when people are on the beach Virginia beach deputy city manager Ron Williams says they were ready for Memorial Day weekend we're deploying a new force now we're adding in a layer of about a hundred to a hundred fifty individuals are gonna be called beach investors billion friendly yellow uniforms in there that reminder verbally to what the rules are for everyone that's also see signage at each beach access but when and if they see someone who's not fiscal distancing or they see groups gathering they'll ask for voluntary compliance when that doesn't happen then they'll ask for law enforcement to come and get that reminder about that we would like everybody to appreciate the physical distance seem to respect that to follow the regulations so that we can continue sitting on her haunches the

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"ron williams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"ron williams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"At Lowry and from Ron Williams this is around the time of year that everybody is a little bit next up All Things Considered Packers are pretty healthy going into the game against Detroit on Sunday and yesterday head coach Matt Loeffler made it very clear as this team is looking for a first round bye in the playoffs he looks at this game on Sunday as a game where the Packers can accomplish a whole lot this is a playoff game for us there's no doubt about it and that's the way we're approaching it because if you're able to take care of business someone this one and you get a week off so our guys got to understand that actor struggled on Monday night against the Vikings in terms of turnovers they turned it over three separate times in the first half and the floor said not turning the ball over this week is absolutely a point of emphasis as they go through their prep that definitely is going to be something because once you put that on tape and you see their intent from a defensive unit that some that they're gonna be talking about all week and that's going to be an added emphasis so we're gonna have to do a great job will implement some larger work tomorrow will be aimed at making sure our guys are carrying the ball the right way and five points of pressure wrist above the elbow high and tight we got to get back to that and always be mindful of that because that could have a huge impact on the game the day have a huge impact on the Packers alliance coming up on a Sunday in Detroit a noon kick off our coverage is set to begin at nine o'clock college football playoff semi finals are coming up tomorrow in the first game being played in Atlanta the peach bowl Oklahoma gets Ellis you good quarterback battle here Joe Berle the Heisman Trophy winner he's the quarterback for Ellis you Oklahoma has it Jaylen hurts he's a transfer from Alabama yesterday LSU football coach ed Orgeron met with the media and it's very clear that he has a lot of respect for her see if they want.

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"ron williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

14:36 min | 1 year ago

"ron williams" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Suite corporate executives on strategy and transformational leadership is an operating advisor to a private equity firm and serves as chairman to some of that portfolios companies. He is director at American Express. Boeing and Johnson Johnson. I'm guessing you've heard of all of those companies. He he became president and joined. AETNA's board in two thousand and two and in two thousand six became chairman and CEO during his leadership at was named a fortunes most admired company. The health care insurance did managed care category for three consecutive years is a member of the MIT Corporation Vice Chairman of the Conference Board Board and a member of the President's circle of National Academies he was elected to the American Academy of Arts Sciences and as a trustee or that committee for economic development he served on president the OBAMAS President's Management Advisory Board for twenty seven to twenty seventeen. He's a graduate of both Roosevelt University in the Sloan School of management at Mit. And he's the author of a new book his first book learning to lead the journey to leading yourself leading others and leading an organization Ron Welcome. Okay thanks for being here. Well thank you for having me. I see you have the introduction that my parents sent over. Yeah well you know. I edited a little but I left most moms moms words right in there so this is a great opportunity for me and for everyone. WHO's listening because I've also had your successor at Aetna Mark Bertolini on the show episode one hundred sixty four? I know that you told me that you knew that. We both read his book. And so for all of you. Who are listening? If you love this conversation you're going to go back. Go back and listen episode one sixty four with Mark Berlin because he's got a fabulous story and like his book Ron. Your book is very much such a book about your path as well as your lessons. But I'd like to have you step back a little further. How what's the journey? That takes you to leading one of the largest companies in America. Well I think The way we think about the journey is really summed up in the title of the book. It's really about the steps than the island through learning the lead myself from a background where I could never have imagined the success that I've had and starting out on the south side of Chicago washing cars on the date of winter. If you told me I would be the chairman and CEO of a company that was fortunate. Seventy seven on the list. I would have said you. You are absolutely out of your mind. That is not impact. Not Possible I. I don't even know what it is so I know it's washing cars in the this summer is bad enough washing them in the winter on. That's a whole `nother level right. It is but I think part of it is recognizing that some kids want to know what they WANNA do from the time at five years old they want to be a doctor and that's what they ended up being but for most of us. We really don't know what we'd want to do. And sometimes knowing what you don't want to do turns out to be extremely important and also the ability to as I describe in the book reframe your perspective and to not buy into the stereotypes. What people tell you if you're woman you can't be good in math or if you're an introvert you can't be good in marketing and sales sales and really open up your mind to what you want to vote on how you get there? And that's really what books about in the First Section is really about. How do you really lead yourself from where you start to where you WANNA go? Yeah and that's that's an excellent point in and that is I think the frame of the book you got the Subtitle Edison leading yourself leading others and leading organization. You sort of take all three of those pieces on along the way. And so what I've done. Ron is pulled some things you know. It's an interesting interesting chance to have a conversation with someone who's not only written a book but also has done done the work right and been a leader at the highest possible levels and so I've tried to do for for the benefit of all of the rest of you until you get a copy of the book is to pull out some really. I thought interesting in practical ideas is from it and in one of the things I was going to talk about later but since you already mentioned it why don't we start there. You talk about reframing problems talk about what you mean and by that and and help us understand your approach to think your approach to doing that is exceptionally interesting. In reframing the basic notion is that we we start out with a set of beliefs about what is in fact possible a set of beliefs about what is the best way to solve a problem and we often don't back up and say suppose are framing is wrong if we wanted to. For example. This is an example. I use a lot in in later in the book. Look is let's say you want to learn A particular discipline. which is you have no background? You have no experience. It's you know nothing about but I can tell you. Most people can learn anything. They sat out took to learn. You don't get good something The day aboard and so we framing is really opening up your mind often looking around at role models in other people who have these capabilities understanding fanning. How they got to where they got to and really starting down that path and and when you see barriers figuring out how you come around them over them knief them so that you can get to where you WanNa get you and later? Maybe we'll talk about some specific examples when you leading chains teams reform our and refrain. Why they're thinking about problems you talked about and it's been a few a couple of weeks we had A? We had a fish start before eight hundred conversations. There's been a couple of weeks since I read the book But you talk about an example of where you felt like that the organization needed to do something pretty significant and the team wanted to take months is to study it and you wanted to have it implemented in like three months or something like that talk about that and I may have the timelines off a little. But I've got it right directionally. Talk a little bit about how you help. The team reformed that is a very practical example. He talked about that little bit. Sure it's in the book. I talk about something. We call. Executive Management Information Awesome arrived at AETNA. We had endless data but we had not converted the data into inflammation. It really helped us run the business real time in a meeting away away. So I gave an assignment to the leadership team finance actuarial different functions and said. Here's the model. Here's what what I want. And here's what I want. The data to be reported in how will change our management processes to look at information real time seven days after we close. It's our boasts as opposed to looking at it twenty eight days after we close. Our books of the team went away very rigorous meeting planning process and when they came back to the good news you told us you wanted this done by September while the good news is we can have the project plan completed by Septum. Now this was April and I said no off too much L. D. You understand by September I want a the real working just won't be perfect first generation but it'll be light years ahead of where we are now. Everybody said that's impossible possible. It cannot be death so that was a moment of truth. The Prior Management Company would have basically started shouting told people. If you can't do this I wanna done. I'M GONNA fire you get somebody who can that would have made you'll someone feel better but not resulted imprimis imprimis and no one would ever come back and tell you anything that you didn't WanNa hear again so what I did was say. Okay I believe we. Can you believe we. We can't less together examine in work through the issues that you see as barriers. The first one came up was it would take us longer than that to negotiate the contracts because even we did all the work we have to go outside to have vendor software be the presentation presentation layer. Yep I said okay. How many vendors can do it? They were three. I said pick two and start negotiating the contract. Now tell them one of you get it won't but we WANNA go live in September so we're going to negotiate the contract in advance and I said any premium wrong with doing that thoughts note. We think that were layer by layer. We peeled through the issues. The next one was. We don't have enough resource. It's okay what is it we as experts have to do. And what can we use consultants in others to do so I said well that's probably Abou- how twenty percent of the work we really have to do I see it you have to do it. You have to approve the assumptions. That's they said. Well it's about ten percent we actually have to do so within on found consultants and we did at the end of the process. The organization had refrained is viewed. I'm from this is a crazy idea. It cannot be done to actually having an agreed upon glide path but most importantly a way of thinking and reframing how they saw problems as opposed to starting with the macro conclusion and and really dissecting and collaboratively working through the issues. And that's why I wanted you to share the example. So thanks for doing that. Ron Because for all of you listening as you dissect what Ron you just said I think the big key is a challenging each of those beliefs right you. You might call him an assumption. Ron Calls a belief that point is the same every time they said. Here's why why we can't or here's what the barrier is will. Let's examine that and see. What can we do right? And in retrospect for all of us listening it seems it's pretty logical yet oftentimes. That's not what we do is were in the middle of it and that's our job as a leader to help as you said. Peel those things away and I think the last thing you said is critical. which is it's not just that we got a working model and you've got better data faster by September but you started a reframe? How how people you built help you build a skill you start to change culture in that same moment it was extremely important and I think it said example of a another approach which is the notion of an versus? Your and I think I picked this up from Jim Collins and when you tell people I want great customer service and Lower Administrative Expense for that service the first reaction is you can have one John or the other give great customer service. It's GONNA cost more There's no way to do both of them. And one of the things that is extremely the importance of it is only when people really embrace that you have to solve for doing both that you really be again in begin begin to understand. What does it take to produce? Great Service for example one of the ways is simply generate less need for people to call you for the service right demand for the service and so you eliminate a whole host of things doing that. People pick up the open the mail and they say what is this so they got a call. You can find out what it is. So this notion of the anniversary of or is is another way of thinking about reframing Ah Giving people practical tools and ways to solve these problems. You talk about You talk about getting this data that you needed in this example. Sooner so that you could could make better business decisions and you also talk in the book about the idea of of making decisions and having having enough facts and you actually talk about the idea of when do we know that we have enough facts because there are more facts. And there's more data than ever and people often get mobilized by like well. We need this when he this. How how did you or how do you help people think through that? When do we have enough facts in? How do we know will? There are two elements related to improving decision-making one money is is is question of of focusing on the really important facts. The other is to recognize that decision making has to resign. Typically in a person discussion generation of alternatives. Vigorous debate is a great group activity. But the decision making is not about consensus. It's about someone who is empowered to make that decision now. If it was a business decision I would make. If it was a a information technology decision it would be delegated to our chief information officer so when you when you talk about decision making figuring out what are the really important issues that you need to understand in having a decision meeting where both sides or all sides of the argument or decision are presented the pros the cons the implications and then making a decision in also recognizing recognizing that if the organization makes the wrong decision. It will be obvious and you will do something different. One of the other things. It's critical for people equal to understand that you can't make decisions. Where every person has their hand on the break and we've all been in situations where the decisions made you? You're trying to implement in some ice as you know is one more thing we need to take a look. At which is a way of causing the organization just cycle icon cycle. Never make any Address the rule is you can disagree with the decision but you have to commit to execute it just as if you agreed with. Yep that is fundamentally important because what happens when you do find the decision with wrong. Customers won't like it employs whole And you'll change. You'll do something different. The worst place to be is stuck in this endless loop of chasing more in more and more information which has less and less impact on on the outcome of the decision and is create. Well it creates all sorts of things right like by not getting momentum and not moving forward. You're you're causing internal frustration..

"ron williams" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"ron williams" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Results on Bloomberg radio my special guest today is Ron Williams he is the former chairman and chief executive officer of Aetna health care the giant company purchased last year by CVS he is on the board of directors for such August companies as American Express Boeing and Johnson and Johnson he received his MBA from the MIT Sloan school of management and he is a newly published author his book learning to lead by leading yourself others and an organization is just out recently Ron Williams welcome to Bloomberg thank you it's a pleasure to be here so let's start with your background you have kind of an interesting backgrounds you grew up the son of a bus driver and I'm manicurist on the south side of Chicago that's not the typical background for a thirty billion dollar company CEO is it no it's not I was very fortunate and my life I went to public schools and went to a community college for two years then went on to Roosevelt and started working and ultimately found my way to MIT so in the book you tell this really interesting story in the beginning about working in the winters in a car wash in Chicago and you found that to be quite an expe instructive experience tell us about that well it was highly instructive in the sense that in Chicago the snow and slush and when there's a sunny clear day in the dead of winter in it is colder than you can imagine everyone decides it's a great day to wash your car sure got to get the soul of the load off the car and when you wash cars and joined up soaking wet don't end up soaking wet and my job was to wash the cars Wesley pulled up I would climb inside the car clean the inside windows wash the outside then go down as the car moved to the line and drive the car off on a very busy day I would do that nine hundred time and the one thing I learned from that experience was I did not want to do that for the rest of my life that that was the clear take away Hey there's got to be a better way to earn a living than than this so so you go to eventually end up in M. I. T. we've graduate with an MBA how did you find your way into the healthcare sector you know I of it in my T. there was a huge focus on entrepreneurial activity and one of the areas I focused on was the operational management of services businesses which was a completely new area because everything that had been done in marketing up to that point was all about products as opposed to services and in one of my entrepreneurial classes we had a gentleman come in a Mitch Kapor Mitch was the founder and creator of lotus one two three which was the original eventually bought by IBM visually bought by IBM and he built lotus one two three after he worked on the original spreadsheet called visit calc and it was interesting to hear his story about how he created a company and ultimately I was highly successful in selling the company and so I became interested in entrepreneurial activity so when I left in my tea I ended up joining some partners I met who were starting a healthcare company in California I knew nothing about healthcare not I knew a lot about the operational management services businesses and this was services business that was bringing the treatment for chemical dependency and substance abuse out of the hospital into a amatory center were people who had good family support and we're beginning to have problems could come in after work and get the care that they need it it was a huge cost savings to the companies and for the families and it may care and treatment much more accessible so that started me down the road of healthcare and ultimately we sold the company and I looked around and I joined Blue Cross of California so from entrepreneurship you now joining a fairly large company what was that transition like because it's obviously very different when it's just you and a handful of people running a start up where there's no entrance way of doing things and a lot of freedom to experiment suddenly you're in a giant entity well I think the experience that that I had actually before I went to graduate school was at a company called control data control data had seventy thousand employees so I had been in a company with seventy thousand I then I started a company with three and I went to Blue Cross it had about five thousand employees so I have to say the size didn't worry me as much as a culture I jokingly and it was half humorous and half not that the places I was interested in working at the bottom of the list was the federal government state government and then Blue Cross I actually had some experience in state government as well and about I met the team they were a really dynamic group of people who had a vision to transform the company and I joined and that's really where I kind of did the apprenticeship of running all aspects of that company and ultimately really odd to develop the complete knowledge of the healthcare system so did you aspire to the C. suite or were you more interested in looking at companies that were either in need of some assistance Orrin Ennis case of giant turnaround what what was the motivation when you left Blue Cross and join that now I think when I was at M. I. T. one of the unique things I think they did was they brought an alumni who wore CEOs and we would have dinners maybe once a month the B. fourteen of us at a time we would sit down with the CEO and hear their story in here their journey and as I heard those stories and heard those journeys somewhere in there the light went on and said you know I think I could do that I could learn to do that couldn't do it today but I could see a path where with the right experience and the right opportunities I could learn to be a CEO so for me that was kind of the beginning of the distant light on the horizon that's it you know I think maybe I could learn coming up we continue our conversation with Ron Williams former chairman.

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"ron williams" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"ron williams" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Information provided to patients to customers were were bad to <hes> people call customer service so when i visited the accounts who were fortune one hundred companies fortune to fifty companies fortune five hundred companies i got earful on on what they expected and what they were getting the one thing that i was able to do was to ask for time and i asked him also about about their most important pain points. What did they want to see in new innovations new products new capabilities and what made the difference really really was a theme in the company of back to basics and defining very explicitly what we needed to do and getting the organization engaged so that the commitments i had made for improve service improve responsiveness were being met and then the fact that we then simultaneously ashley developed a strategy that represented a whole new generation of products and services so you get all this feedback from these big customers and you promise. Hey give us six months to a year. I promise you'll be happy with what you see. How do you communicate the changes that are needed to accompany the size of aetna. You have thousands in thousands of employees. How do you make sure everybody is on the same page and that not just culturally but those specific pain points. You mentioned tensions. How does that reach the rank and file employees. Well i think what you have to do. Is you really have to be extremely visible so so i made it a goal to go to the customer service centers to meet with the teams to lay out the strategy and to build a graphic model that define explicitly absolutely what back-to-basics mitt so if you were in claims. It said you're gonna pay claims accurately and timely. We're going to measure you on that. We're going reward you on that but but we're gonna make certain you have the resources to be able to do it and we're gonna listen to you in terms of what are the things the organization has to do to enable you to accomplish that and we did that area by area by area and so while we were under enormous financial strain we did not under invest in making certain that we got back to delivering the basic commitment for service you you mentioned the twelve billion dollars in acquisitions that preceded your <hes> period of time as c._e._o. What was the i._t. Challenges like to 'cause it sounds like you had a lot of technologies of different sorts. They didn't seem to communicate you. Describe in the book and elsewhere that it's a bit of a challenge making all these disparity systems work together. How did you finally wrestle that into submission. How did you get again at giant company like aetna with a modern cutting edge <hes> technology infrastructure well. I think <hes> it was a really critical component of our success and as you mentioned when i joined the company i joined as <hes> <music> sharply after that became president and the c._e._o. Was jack rowe who was a great colleague and a friend and one of the things that we identified was. We need a new head of of i._t. And there's a story in the book where i had that piff unie <hes> after planning process what we did was we actually went out and we retained accompany retain i._b._m. To completely update and retool the human capital so we asked them on our behalf you evaluate all of the i._t. Staff help us determine which ones are people who really are contributing can help us get to where we need to and then helpless replace the others with the highest caliber greatest expertise we can find that process took a while at the end of it information technology digitalization big data analytics became a huge part of the competitive strategy that helped the company win. We have been and speaking to ron williams. He's the former c._e._o. Of aetna and the author of learning to read if you enjoy this conversation well be sure and stick around for the podcast cast.

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"ron williams" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"ron williams" Discussed on Masters in Business

"If you think about health care most of the things that impact healthcare actually a happened in the home in the community at work and so we have to think about getting the healthcare system much more involved in those spaces by working with the patient what about costs of various drugs you know when we passed the <hes>. What is it medicare section. D for prescription drug costs there was is a lot of lobbying from the pharmaceutical industry and there is not only is there no cap on costs but there is a prohibition on the government negotiating prices on it on behalf of medicaid medicare which is just outrageous. It makes medicaid costs more that has to trickle down to what private insurance japan for drugs well. I think it does. I think we have to take a look at <hes>. Negotiating with the government is really not negotiate right. Government is not in negotiator. Oh cheater. They are a price setter. Well certain countries are more aggressive. Price-setters then us and their drugs cost much less than ours so i think we have to look at the whole all drug system on a global basis and the one thing i believe is that the u._s. is in fact doing an enormous amount of research for all countries in the u._s. and any it's fair to say i believe that the u._s. Patient population is in fact pain for the research which is benefiting many many countries who don't make the investment in pharmaceutical research that makes no sense though it may not but but but but that's what we're doing now the other thing i would say is that the innovations innovations that pharmaceutical companies create are really spectacular and it is an extremely expensive undertaking..

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"ron williams" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"ron williams" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Ritholtz on bloomberg radio. My special guest today is ron williams. He is the former chairman and chief executive officer of aetna healthcare. The giant company purchased last year by c._v._s. <hes> he is on the board of directors for such august companies as american express boeing and johnson and johnson <hes> he received his m._b._a. From the m._i._t. Sloan school of management and he is a newly published author his book learning to lead by leaning yourself others. An organization is just out recently ron williams. Welcome come to bloomberg. Well thank you. It's a pleasure to be here so let's start with your background. You have kind of an interesting background. You grow up the son of a bus driver for an manicurist on the south side of chicago. That's not the typical background for a thirty billion dollar company c._e._o. Is it no it's not yeah. I was very fortunate in my life. <hes> i went to public schools and went to a community college for two years then and went on to roosevelt and started working ultimately found my way to m._i._t. So in the book you tell this really interesting story in the beginning about working thing in the winters in a car wash in chicago and you found that to be quite an instructive experience. Tell us about that well. It was highly instructive in the sense that in chicago the snow and slush and win. There's a sunny clear day. In the dead hit a winner in his colder than you can imagine everyone decides it's a great day to wash your car sure got the soul adams mud off the car and when you wash cars and so end up soaking wet end up soaking wet and my job was to <hes> wash cars whereas they pulled up i would would <hes> climate inside the car cleaned. The inside windows washed the outside then go down as car moved to the line and drive the car off on on a very busy day. I would do that nine hundred times and the one thing i learned from that experience was i did not wanna do that hat for the rest of my life that that was the clear takeaway. Hey there's gotta be a better way to earn a living then then this so so you go to eventually actually ended up in m._i._t. Where you graduate with an m._b._a. How did you find your way into the healthcare sector. You know i <hes> at m._i._t. There was a huge focus on entrepreneurial activity. <hes> and one of the areas i focused on was the <hes> operational management of services services businesses which was a completely new area because everything that had been done in marketing up to that point was all about products as opposed to services and in one the entrepreneurial classes.

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"ron williams" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"ron williams" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Woman's identified as fran williams ron williams ran william shoes waiting for the bus on jersey street near west avenue in new brighton she was shot twice according to the daily news report i read this shoe shot in the face and an according to the story in the daily news she was an extremely critical condition so that's that's probably we got the idea that maybe she passed on last i saw she was in a critical condition but talk about and a well liked in person now we have alice stockton row seaney and after the eight o'clock news she's going to be on the scene there live report i'm sure she's gonna talk to some people know this woman and may have seen this mayhem but this is the craziest thing i mean this this is this'll be something crazy if it were in a movie you'd say a little far fetched you know the whole thing you know gang shooting outside a courthouse broad daylight summertime stein island minivan runs over and kills a guy gunfire erupts a woman stands the bus stop she gets hit in the face i mean really just a gang violence is on the rise here when you were growing up in new york was there was there gang problems west side story type gang i was i have to admit i was kind of naive growing up in my own little queens neighborhood in the story i would go to school i mean there was some bad kids in school but i don't remember anything anybody's saying that someone had a weapon or anyone was in a gang i don't remember any of that well now my kids growing up on long island we did hear that stuff early schools while the famous one from your air would have been the cape man salvador grown remember him well that was the paul simon well that paul simon show which romanticized this thug various killer and said basically he was the victim of the evil white racist society and that's why he became a gang member and that's why he killed the two irish boys no i don't recall it growing up but that's you know a lot of years ago but i but i do know you know in long island towns and some nice towns there are gangs and we got an s thirteen is a problem pal representative peter king has been hanging out of some parts too so this we'll sort it all out the staten island story because there are a lot of moving parts here we'll have alice coming up a little bit later this morning because this is just this was crazy this was mayhem yeah all right i don't away because when we come back the president is showing our allies lend some tough love he's going after the flood at the nato summit that's all coming up with karen travers abc news white house correspondent rewind to today's len berman and michael riedel in the.

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"ron williams" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ron williams" Discussed on /Film Daily

"You know bland of memoir and true crime and like i said i read it in one afternoon it's that addictive so i highly recommend it jacob would have would it what have you been reading i'm only one hundred fifty pages into it so i want to say too much i'm reading a dave it's cost robin his new robin williams biography and it so far it's wonderful it's comprehensive ray became his life and right now i am in his morgan mindy years what what he's become extremely famous for the first time and it's what i want from about aggravating especially antibiotic it is in all ron williams but also like not ready to be critical of him it's it praises him at dams him it explores why he was special while he was frustrating and it's it's just been honest and well researched and i feel like the book struggles to know who rodman was was because he was such an ending mud so many people in a book turns into a strength the book turn is we've got to be to about be about who was this guy why did he have these abilities and where did he come from why do that matter and we'll see the growth grows into a grander thesis or not but right now i feel like i'm getting the robin williams we'll also understanding even less at the same time it's a fascinating combination and it's a it's a big book six hundred pages long and i'm still making way through it but a highly recommended if you want good entertainment bio h t last time we talked to you you you mentioned that you were starting of mice and men and you have completed that what did you think i did i say that i was starting it yeah.

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"ron williams" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ron williams" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"I'll have a game here there kevin li it'll be one every once in a while one out of every six seven eight ten whatever he could he could do it you know these kids that look so good in the early stages hood in clocks and you know they've kind of faded back in you know who that maybe they really are i don't know now but there is such a tribute i mean what he's doing i wanna quite remember seventy forty idea we look back in history that kareem abduljabbar absent lucius allen absent john mclaughlin absent ron williams was with was able to take the buck seven games against a vastly superior celtic team i mean you know these things can happen in this league and once again best player in a gym well it i am reminded by that analogy i use the other the other day on the show or carl lewis said you know wasn't that he got faster at the end of the race it's everybody else slowed down almost looking at him it's the it's it's there's a little of that with lebron james even if you just look at game five where the ref swallowed their whistle and and indiana just just lost their mind in terms of not allowing him to get the ball he's almost as if like you stop and stare at him whether you're a referee your opposing player and that split second you stop and stare at him because you just stunned at how gifted he is he kills you and whether it's a block that he didn't deserve or a shot that he never should have had the fact is he got the block any got the shot and that and that ends up making the difference in the in the game mitchell so right when you were talking earlier about the circumstance.

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"ron williams" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"ron williams" Discussed on WJR 760

"Was involved well let's take this opportunity to thank officers for an outstanding job all of our support from our surrounding state local and federal officers throughout the metroplex for bringing this individual to custody a freak accident has killed a retired pontiac policemen sixty one year old darren betts died when he fell from a ladder he was up clearing the gutters of his house when he fell darren betts was a twenty year police veteran the fruity pebbles were different at a school in wayne or seventeen year old from inkster is facing charges accused of selling marijuana laced cereal or the other students have the tinkham center in wayne police say that ron williams was selling pot infused fruity pebbles doesn't known if any of the students actually suspected the serial had that extra ingredient lawsuit mediation into larry nassar cases is much bigger than the usual lawsuit negotiations that you see according to the former governor john engler the interim president of michigan state it's a pig crowded set of rules out there where they're doing this mediation because they're six seven of these places law firms that represent some of the victims there's the defendants and that doesn't include michigan state the united states gymnastics is part of that expect at some point the us olympic committee is part of that so it's complicated john engler telling paul w that more than three hundred lawsuits are pending english says he thinks students and others will be impressed at safety measures being taken for the msu campus area residents will get a chance to speak out later today on their views on the latest plans for public mass transit in the area a previous plan was defeated at the polls a couple of years ago here's wjr's gene fogel had lack support in oakland and mccomb counties wayne county executive warren evans but forth a new plan in march it caused for one point five mill increase it would cost the average household about one hundred eighteen dollars a year six public hearings on the measure been scheduled by the regional transit authority the i will be held this afternoon from five thirty to seven thirty at the baldwin public library in birmingham a second will take place tomorrow afternoon at the detroit historical museum the last four will be held next week gene fogel wjr news sixty eight year old george curtis found dead.

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"ron williams" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

WJOL Will County 1340

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"ron williams" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

"The stopped while her man the fords dominate blue ovalles' i saw gulf tower he'll he'll be i think in all the second all the credit or two years iii yeah it's go in and that whoever while he was worried there were jordan especially was worried about the tailed is being dominated again like they were last your bugs a third of the way through the season they kicked at nigeran nobody had a chance but looks like forged on something over the offseason deal to actually the best toyota forth in the next one was ninth eric jones now they only had to win a top down we've got um ryan blaney is on a poll for tomorrow's race in a ford in a ford let's opinsky ford let let's talk about be freshman class all young bucks coming up all young studs you know rhyme blaney is i don't wanna save been overlook yeah you could say that um but all eyes ron william byron and osman dillon but you know ryrm in ryan wayne he was overlooked by the guy that really count roger penske hunan him he got he got him grabbed app brought him up the the old as he call it the abc's and now he's it's the cup scott good morning you're on race was moves there's there's good morning in an here match the old friend fanny ha you gotta bring smile on your face their don't you tar heel george eight eri jakhar year don't bother roche hit don't get avowed is just uh just get the trophy ready for vegas or wherever yahoo eyes and watch n c h all you got to do what is wrong which cool once what's the difference this year visit the deformed boys do there do their homework over the week over the weekend over the rape we had an an immediate it's it's not a new car you know the chevrolet camaro and more in all winter your heardnal forethought they're going gonna be at a disadvantage because they didn't get the new body till next year in here they are predominant all because we get a good buddy this year well we were they able to make changes over the winter georges a i haven't heard anything from no aamer nancy harvey yeah knowledge it basically fusion they had last year nobody else brick like i told you before 8 we get the.

"ron williams" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ron williams" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The lawsuit one using you know there's for being intelligence from being military that when you talk about obstructing justice because he came courtesy that trump is start to justice when he said to call me and you can let this guy go now that somehow starting justice when you go to the fis accord lie to the judge to get a warrant and surveilled somebody breaking and breaching the fourth amendment rights knowing that you brought false information or you lied about it or you didn't you omitted something that was vital to the case that is classic obstruction of justice to somebody definitely needs to go to jail i would say several people when you're on parliamentary speaker when you start looking at the uh the certain other stuff and all the stuff there was the lawn and that process and now we're standing you know you've been all these other people that out this classified materials on their computers while you know in the military in you know everywhere else they feel classified stuff one they can take a computer they'll never get it back to the cannot be cleaned unless you clinton you're not if we split in wiping i guess what you know it's very strict on what we can do only camping us and what we report and when we started going in the federal judges and you know years on this i mean i always really really to kinda surprised me and when i hear like ron williams and you know that people saying if there's nothing there the fact that a federal agent end this the food chain also happens to be the guy to you know had tea with the hillary that was modern interrogation by no no i don't i don't know about melania guy arm percent but most of us you know it's do intelligence we do recordings we care little mineral rights and the only doing the interview and the interview should take quite a while and the fbi is known for taking a long time in at least some office because things they might get you four in the lining to them and that.

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"ron williams" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ron williams" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Twice in forty five years that i for a few minutes i just was like it's not that i'm glad graeff phone appreciable but just crying and you know and i and i called you and you're like they do what's going on ago oh man of just like in your youth crime a gaba i'm happy so mrs a happy you're you're you're you're gonna pull over fermented take a breath by no no i was doing bruce boy i am not going to do it and i i remember kern i had to clean myself up in the car i was just like tears everywhere in i win side and i just red eyes and knowing the hotel and i just remember like not everything is is is golden on not always happy in fact i get my head alive i'm hardened myself and that sort of what a were matt where i'd had a great career and you know we movies make this joke is a joke in the movie talent we did will we never we never i i cut it but it was like may know as it was something else i wrote the never got made it was euros that was one of my favorite things in your favor things straight but remember when he says something like they run a tv show has cancelled his like they're talking about the guy from eight is enough knock whatever happened to him and he's like we mean what happened to him he went went is it enough you know when it when aid is enough rang like some stupid line like that but mmos what's his name uh the guy played uh rob look it up the guy played on a charles in charge but it's not charles says best ron williams yogurt he knows that nobody knows it he was uh is thought here.

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"ron williams" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ron williams" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Radio news with ron williams all of trade deficits jobs moving out to certain countries companies are leaving their firing the people and the product is made elsewhere in than it sold back into the united states president trump said the us will not be taken advantage of any longer by other countries the justice department says grand juries have indicted two chinese drug traffickers sharon reid reports this is the first time the department of justice had successfully charged chinese manufacturers of the synthetic opioids sentinel these are synthetic opioids that are much stronger and much more dangerous than heroin the attorney general rod rosenstein nine says the cdc estimates more than twenty thousand americans died last year because of the synthetic drug he says the two alleged drug traffickers were indicted in mississippi and in north dakota and says they do not appear to have been connected usa radio news well we've all been in an awkward situation where may be a friend joint softball team in an doesn't pay us all season long or runs off to the restroom or can't quite reached at czech a joining us to help with these awkward financial situations redness sponsored interview dr melanie ross mills how how do we navigate this do we not loan money to them like you know when you do like a softball team like we do you got a upfront right exactly klay and said that the great question is that we began by reaching out that with you i was someone money or someone owes you money if start by sending an email or attack than akane them if they're willing thick act and if they're not ready to talk to you yet then you can you is what i use as the bank of america app and so you can request money to be spent or you can spend money which will also eliminate the problem with the fact bob member not paying you in the beginning you can press fending collector money before the team even start playing also where do we go for more info bank of america dot.

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"ron williams" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"ron williams" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Radio news with ron williams nypd is saying and a gunman who shot and wounded an officer barricaded himself in his brooklyn home this afternoon and is dead from an apparent selfinflicted gunshot wounds we'll have more details as they become available president trump is warning north korea tobacco away from threats to attack warm terry more has more after a national security briefing in new jersey trump said the us response to a north korean attack on guam would be fierce the an event the likes of which nobody but he seen before what will happen in north korea trump insisted his comment was not a bluff and not a dare is that it here safe you said north korea will not be threatening guam the us japan or south korea trump is vacationing at his golf resort in bedminster this is usa radio news joining astor's james greenwood the president and ceo of the biotechnology innovation organization be i own in washington dc welcome james well thank you for having me on i appreciate that what sister with the basics james of what is biotechnology cure who biotechnology is all about understanding life a human life aga biology of animal biology of plant and and under that giving him understanding at the cellular level at the genetic level and even at the molecular level and then using that profound knowledge to do useful things humans to wit biting disease and finding cures and treatments were the cancers hiv dos alzheimer's disease the list goes on and on and on also making farmers more productive so we can produce more food useless pesticides and then also making new bio fuels and biomaterials from sustainable plant materials are where can we go to get more info where you can go to bio dot org excellent well thanks so much james thank you appreciate some are calling on president trump to tone down the rhetoric regarding north korea but they do not include florida's junior senator under national correspondent joe gomez report republican senator marco rubio told reporters in jacksonville that the rhetoric is not the problem the problem rubio says is a lunatic in north korea with nuclear weapons rubio says that even if donald trump or the most diplomatic person in the world kim jong own would still be building missiles democratic senator bill nelson issued a statement that quote north korea poses a serious threat to the us and all options should be on the table to protect the american people a.

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"ron williams" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"ron williams" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"No see radio news with ron williams all lease one person is reported then after a ride malfunction at the ohio state fair there are reports that five others were critically injured at the incident in columbus another person is in stable condition ohio state fair confirmed the incident on twitter trump administration has imposed sanctions on thirteen senior venezuelan government officials juan carlos llamas has more from karachi capital because goals as our noted running and blockades have made it impossible for cars to move inside most of the cd president materials says elections to choose the members of the assembly will be held on sunday mantras as the constituent assembly will bring peace to end his wella while the opposition says he seen pre of glory by the president to stay in power who while must got our cows this is usa radio news i new survey share some interesting facts on women's pregnancy and something that might be lurking npr news literally ob gyn document beckett right meant discuss his new findings about the importance of oral health and give some key hips for women to stay healthy during pregnancy nearly a quarter of women experience a change their oral health carrying pregnancy and they've noticed that there's a decline at about seventy percent of women actually experienced symptoms had kinship vitus and with really interesting is that only fifty six percent of women in the survey actually reports seeing it dental care professional during the course of their pregnancies and you may think why is this important gum disease an oral health it's very important in pregnancy because if net if left neglected chinchin vitus can result in perry dental disease and there is a wink some set studies suggest between perry tonsil disease and preterm labour and low birthweight infants for more information out brushing for to go to crestar com or oral be dot com the president spoke to the leaders of tomorrow president trump dress the gathering of boys and girls in dc known as the american legion boys and girls nation the event as students from across the country marine the process of congress by running amok senate the president held the students as future leaders of.

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"ron williams" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"ron williams" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"No radio news with ron williams all here was an official dinner he wins very public by the release of the president's schedule as well as the official schedule of the g twenty white house spokesperson cheryl huckabee sanders is downplaying president trump's second meeting with russian president vladimir putin thous of school computers in new york city are missing or not properly accountedfor heath and harp has the score andy controller scott stringer says a just a handful of schools his office checks more than a third of their computers including laptops tablets vanish and if that sounds familiar it's because another audit found plenty of new york city school computers missing back in 2014 stringer says the big problem is that the department of ed isn't keeping a centralised list schools are doing that on their own and it's not working he's demanding the doe do a toptobottom review ethan heart usa radio news this is michael david frum seattle i'm fifty one years old and six months ago i started taking andrew 400 to increase microsoft grown since then i've lost thirty five pounds of fat and my waste went from size thirty eight size thirty two i have more energy and i look and feel twenty years younger and now my wife kills me i have to take andro400 i this is ron on from utah after 10week it taking andro400 i lost thirteen pounds or my waste went from thirty six to thirty three that was eight years ago i continued to take andrew hunter and i maintain my weight at one hundred seventy two gained muscle in energy i'm sixty three now and feel better than i have in thirty years andrew 400 the natural way to increase testosterone lose belly fat gain energy and feel great try andro400 the safe effective affordable way to boost your testosterone go to andro400com or call eight eight eight four zero zero zero four three five eight eighty four hundred zero four.

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