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Volkswagen Group To Sue Former Executives Over Diesel Emissions Scandal

BBC Newshour

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Volkswagen Group To Sue Former Executives Over Diesel Emissions Scandal

"Volkswagen Group says it will sue its former chief executive, Martin Vente corn on the former head of its Audi brands, Rupert Stadler over their roles in the diesel emissions scandal. Affair has cost VW nearly $40 billion in fines, compensation and repair costs. Here's Theo leg. It Involves Morgan admitted using illegal software to subvert emissions tests on diesel vehicles in the United States. It triggered one of the biggest scandals the automotive industry has ever seen. Now, after what it calls an exhaustive investigation, the company says it will pursue its former chief executive, Martin Vintage corn for damages. It's accused him of having failed to clarify quickly and thoroughly how the illegal software was being used, as well as having failed to ensure questions from the U. S. Authorities were answered truthfully. It claims Mr Stadler did not investigate where engines fitted with illegal software were being used after the scandal had come to light. Both men are already being prosecuted in Germany on charges linked to the scandal.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"All the programs that you qualify for in order to allow you a fresh start again. That number is 100 tax 31 56. The former chief executive of German automaker Audi being tried anew over his role in the diesel emissions scandal that engulfed out his parent company, Volkswagen Back in 2015. It's five years since it emerged that Volkswagen had fitted millions of cars worldwide with software capable of manipulating legal emissions tests. It allowed those cars to appear less polluting than they really were. The resulting scandal has cost the company more than $30 billion in fines, compensation and legal costs. At the time. Rupert Stadler was head of algae, the upmarket brand, where the software itself was first developed. He stands accused of allowing sales of cars fitted with the system to continue even after the cheating had come to light that the BBC's Theo leg it Royal Dutch Shell says it plans to cut between 7000 and 9000 jobs worldwide by the end of 2022 following a collapse in demand for oil. News and analysis townhall dot com Stuck in traffic. We've got the answer. Quiet. Start to the wind today morning Drive no incidents from the C H p A little bit of heavy that's already in place, though. For west 5 80 the Altamont pants from 205 out north Clint to 05 the usual having this out of Tracy from Mountain house on 5 80. Favorites Toll Plaza looking good. No metering lights. No backup at the limit for the drive in to San Francisco for one of one and 2 80 continue problem free spirit. The air alert continues do this smoky conditions from the fires in the North Bay 101. In the meantime, that's doing fine through Sonoma and Marin County's also not too bad for Interstate 80 in Solano County. That's traffic..

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bruce Alexander, as I ask, what is the Nobel Prize done for the world here on the BBC World Service after the news? Hello. I'm Debbie rests with the BBC News. A rancorous presidential election debate has seen Donald Trump clash with Joe Biden over Corona virus, the U. S economic recovery, race, crime and climate Change. Millions of Americans watching on primetime television, so a policy discussions repeatedly to generate John Staple was watching. This will surely go down as the most bad tempered noisiest, most fractures presidential TV debate in American history, although not that unexpected as his campaign team had planned, Donald Trump was on the attack from the off, interrupting Joe Biden repeatedly and squabbling with the moderator. This deliberate aggression was designed to destabilize the Democratic candidate who's ahead in the polls. The president was looking to land a knockout blow, but it mainly resulted in the two men talking over each other in a way that surely few Americans will have found edifying. The most striking moment was when Donald Trump was asked to condemn the behavior of white supremacists and militias. Recent protests, but he refused to do so. The broad theme of this was that Donald Trump came looking for a brawl while Joe Biden wanted to walk by on the other side of the street. Fighting appears to be continuing between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces over the disputed territory of Nagorno Cara back despite a cool by the U. N Security Council for an immediate end to the clashes are Caucasus correspondent for hand. Dmitri reports. Azerbaijan's Ministry of Defense said Armenian artillery targeted the city ofthe dark are outside the conflict zone. Injuring civilians and damaging infrastructure. Armenia says it shot to combat drones overnight overstep panic at the regional capital ofthe disputed Nagorny Carrabba on Tuesday, both leaders ofthe Armenia and Azerbaijan appeared life on Russian television following Armenia's claims that a Turkish F 16 fighter jet Head down one of its warplanes. President A Leaf of Azerbaijan denied the claims, saying that his country's army was liberating as airy territory on its own, and that Turkey was providing only moral support to the people of Azerbaijan. The former chief executive of the German carmaker Audi goes on trial in Munich later over his role in the diesel emissions scandal at the parent company votes Foggin Rupert start, Lor faces charges of fraud and force advertising. He denies any wrongdoing, Leggett reports. It's five years since it emerged that Volkswagen had fitted millions of cars worldwide. With software capable of manipulating legal emissions tests. It's allowed those cars to appear less polluting than they really were. The resulting scandal has cost the company more than $30 billion in fines, compensation and legal costs. At the time. Rupert Stadler was head of Audi, the upmarket brand, where the software itself was first developed. He stands accused of allowing sales of cars fitted with the system to continue even after the cheating had come to light. BBC News report on the state of the world's plants from Britain's Royal Botanic Gardens is warning the 2/5 are threatened with extinction, It says around 140,000 plants are at risk of disappearing, including hundreds used in medicine. It says scientists are also in a race against time to find and save new species before they vanish. It says undiscovered plants could be used to develop new medicines and food. A controversial energy project in Australia has been given state approval, clearing a major hurdle to a development which could provide up to half of New South Wales gas needs for 2024. Critics warned the $2.5 billion narrow Bry Coal seam project will contaminate groundwater damaged the pillage of forest and worsen climate change. State authorities say they've addressed these concerns through the imposition of stringent conditions. It's emerged that Britain has considered the possibility of building an asylum processing center on Ascension Island in the South Atlantic. It's understood the home secretary pretty. Patel asked officials to look at the possibility of transferring migrants there has drawn McManus reports. Ascension Island is a British overseas territory. After the foreign office carried out an assessment which included the practicalities of transferring migrants. 4000 miles, it was decided not to proceed. But it's also the home office told the BBC that it was still examining the possibility of housing asylum seekers as appropriate. Offshore locations. A judge in Brazil has suspended plans by the bolts in our administration to scrap rules protecting tropical man graves and other fragile coastal ecosystems. A decision Just 24 hours earlier provoked an outcry from environmentalists. They feared property developers would try to replace large areas of mangrove swamps with new resorts for tourists. But an appeals court in Rio ruled the move could cause irrevocable damage to the environment. BBC news It's 5 A.m.. It was our land line, the rain and it's beside the bed. You know, you think it's maybe something wrong with one of your kids or something Like so Then they said, please stay on the line for a very important call from Sweden. And I would just sort of grabbing my husband. But oh, my God, It's five in the morning, October 2nd. It's a call from Sweden. This has to be the Nobel Price. What else could it be? But then the line went quiet. Donna Strickland waited, but I stayed on the line because they told me to stay on the line and waited. Finally, after 15 minutes, I said, Okay, there's something not right. And so then I checked my email and it said, Please call us We're trying to get through to you. You know, the email came from the world Swedish Academy of Science, So I was pretty sure that I knew what was happening. So I had a call to Sweden to find out that yes, indeed. I won the Nobel Prize. It was the dumbest reckons work on ultra short, high intensity laser pulses, something she got into, and she arrived in physics Department of New York State's Rochester University, is a PhD student in the 19 eighties. It was just this really cruel lab had green lasers pumping a red laser and you just walked in. And I thought, Wow, how exciting is this? It was in that cool love that Donner and colleagues did that groundbreaking work, which would go on to be used in corrective eye surgery and be recognized years later with the Nobel Prize in physics..

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Ex-Audi chief executive Rupert Stadler to go on trial for 'dieselgate' scandal

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Audi chief executive Rupert Stadler to go on trial for 'dieselgate' scandal

"Executive of the German carmaker Audi goes on trial in Munich later over his role in the diesel emissions scandal at the parent company votes Foggin Rupert start, Lor faces charges of fraud and force advertising. He denies any wrongdoing, Leggett reports. It's five years since it emerged that Volkswagen had fitted millions of cars worldwide. With software capable of manipulating legal emissions tests. It's allowed those cars to appear less polluting than they really were. The resulting scandal has cost the company more than $30 billion in fines, compensation and legal costs. At the time. Rupert Stadler was head of Audi, the upmarket brand, where the software itself was first developed. He stands accused of allowing sales of cars fitted with the system to continue even after the cheating had come to light.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's midnight. It's the award that beats all awards. If you get a Nobel Price. Nobody else gives you anything because they don't feel they can match it set up to honor those whose work has achieved the greatest benefit for mankind. But does it always this seems to be an extremely political prize political and possibly personal. We're going to take you inside the room, where the nose Nobel Prize judges make them momentous decisions of emotions and subjectivity and fighting for your candidate under will explore whether the Nobel Prize can continue to live up to its own gilded reputation. Join me, Bruce Alexander, as I ask What is the Nobel Prize done for the world here on the BBC World Service after the news. Hello. I'm Debbie rests with the BBC News. A rancorous presidential election debate has seen Donald Trump clash with Joe Biden over Corona virus. The U. S economic recovery race, crime and climate change millions of Americans watching on primetime television, so policy discussions repeatedly to generate Since April was watching. This will surely go down as the most bad tempered noisiest, most fractious presidential TV debate in American history, although not that unexpected as his campaign team had planned, Donald Trump was on the attack from the off. Interrupting Joe Biden repeatedly and squabbling with the moderator. This deliberate aggression was designed to destabilize the Democratic candidate who's ahead in the polls that president was looking to land a knockout blow. It nearly resulted in the two men talking over each other in a way that surely few Americans will have found edifying. The most striking moment was when Donald Trump was asked to condemn the behavior of white supremacist militias recent protests, but he refused to do so. The broad theme of this was that Donald Trump came looking for a brawl while Joe Biden wanted to walk by on the other side of the street. Fighting appears to be continuing between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces over the disputed territory of Nagorno Cara back despite a cool by the U. N Security Council, for an immediate end to the clashes are Caucasus correspondent Handa Mitri reports. Azerbaijan's Ministry of Defense said Armenian artillery targeted the city ofthe dark star outside the conflict zone, injuring civilians and damaging infrastructure. Armenia says it shot to combat drones overnight overstep the regional capital ofthe disputed Nagorny Carrabba on Tuesday, Both leaders ofthe Armenia and Azerbaijan appeared life on Russian television following Armenians claims that a Turkish F 16 fighter jet Head down one of its warplanes. President ofthe Azerbaijan denied the claims, saying that his country's army was liberating Azeri territory on its own, and that Turkey was providing only moral support to the people of Azerbaijan. The former chief executive of the German carmaker Audi goes on trial in Munich Later over his role in the diesel emissions scandal at the parent company Volkswagen. Rupert Stadler faces charges of fraud and force advertising. He denies any wrongdoing. Leggett reports. It's five years since it emerged that Volkswagen had fitted millions of cars worldwide..

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It allowed those cars to appear less polluting than they really were. The resulting scandal has cost the company more than $30 billion in fines, compensation and legal costs. At the time. Rupert Stadler was head of algae, the upmarket brand, where the software itself was first developed. He stands accused of allowing sales of cars fitted with the system to continue even after the cheating had come to light a report on the state of the world's plans from Britain's role Botanic Gardens. He's warning the 2/5 are threatened with extinction. It was around 140,000 plants are at risk of disappearing, including hundreds used in medicine. It ends that scientists are also in a race against time to find and save the species before they vanish. It says undiscovered plants could be used to develop new medicines and food. World News from the BBC. It's emerged that the British government has considered the possibility of building an asylum processing center on Ascension Island in the South Atlantic Ocean. It's understood that the home secretary pretty, Patel asked officials to look at the possibility of transferring migrants to the British overseas territory. The government has decided not to proceed with the idea but said it was still looking ways of housing asylum seekers at other offshore locations. A controversial energy project in Australia has been given state approval. Clearing a major hurdle to a development, which could provide a PD to half of New South Wales is Guinness needs from 2024. Critics warn the $2.5 billion narrow Bryco seam gas project will damage the environment. Sharma Khalil reports from Sydney. The scheme could see up to 850 coal seam gas wells being drilled on 1000 hectares, which include the pillow go forest and nearby grazing land in northern New South Wales. The project has been vehemently opposed by farmers and environmental groups, who say that it could damage groundwater relied on for agriculture and affect biodiversity in the area. The development is seen as central to the prime minister's controversial push for a gas fired recovery from the covert 19 recession. Brazilian judge has suspended plans by the bowl tonight to administration to scrap rules protecting tropical man graves on other fragile coastal ecosystems. The decision just 24 hours earlier had provoked an outcry from environmentalists. They fade. Property developers would try to replace large areas of mangrove swamps with new resorts for tourists. But an appeal court in Rio ruled the move would cause irrevocable damage to the environment. And the Australian pop singer Helen Reddy has died in Los Angeles at the age ofthe 78. She was best known for her 19 seventies it I'm a woman, which became an anthem for the feminist movement. From London. That's the latest BBC news. Many thanks indeed, for the latest Welcome to Newsday with Claire MacDonald had Lawrence BBC World Service at 7 A.m.. Here in London is 2 A.m. in Cleveland, Ohio. We're gonna be talking about events there straight away. Just a few hours ago, President Trump as his challenger, Joe Biden. Held their first TV debate ahead of the November elections. It's the first of three my favorite comment on it actually is a snap poll, which captured the field quite well. 70% of those asked by AH.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It allowed those cars to appear less polluting than they really were. The resulting scandal has cost the company more than $30 billion in fines, compensation and legal costs. At the time. Rupert Stadler was head of algae, the upmarket brand, where the software itself was first developed. He stands accused of allowing sales of cars fitted with a system to continue even after the cheating had come to light. A report on the state of the world's plans from Britain's role Botanic Gardens. He's warning that 2/5 are threatened with extinction, It says around 140,000 plants are at risk of disappearing, including hundreds used in medicine. Announced that scientists are also in a race against time to find and save the species. Before they vanish. He says undiscovered plants could be used to develop new medicines and food. World News from the BBC. It's emerged that the British government has considered the possibility of building in a sign in processing center on Ascension Island in the South Atlantic Ocean. It's understood that the home secretary pretty. Patel asked officials to look at the possibility of transferring migrants to the British overseas territory. The government has decided not to proceed with the idea but said it was still looking ways of housing asylum seekers at other offshore locations. Controversial energy project in Australia has been given state approval. Clearing a major hurdle to a development, which could provide a PD to half of New South Wales is Guinness needs from 2024. Critics warn the $2.5 billion narrow Bryco seam gas project will damage the environment reports from Sydney. The steam could see up to 850 coal seam gas wells being drilled on 1000 hectares, which include the pillow Go forest and nearby grazing land in northern New South Wales. The project has been vehemently opposed by farmers and environmental groups. Who say that it could damage groundwater relied on for agriculture and affect biodiversity in the area. The development has seen a central to the prime minister's controversial push for a gas fired recovery from the covert 19 recession. Brazilian judge has suspended plans by the bowl tonight to administration T scrap rules protecting tropical man graves on other fragile coastal ecosystems. The decision just 24 hours earlier had provoked an outcry from environmentalists. They fade. Property developers would try to replace large areas of mangrove swamps with new resorts for tourists, but an appeals court in Rio rule the move would cause irrevocable damage to the environment. And the Australian pop singer Helen Reddy has died in Los Angeles at the age ofthe 78. She was best known for her 19 seventies hit. I'm a woman, which became an anthem for the feminist movement. From London. That's the latest BBC news. Many thanks indeed, for the latest Welcome to Tuesday with Claire MacDonald on DH Lawrence BBC World Service at 7 A.m.. Here in London is 2 A.m. in Cleveland, Ohio. We're gonna be talking about events there straight away. Just a few hours ago, President Trump.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In Germany form or former Audi managers were being charged in relation to alleged cheating on emission tests for diesel engines. Howdy was at the heart of the emissions cheating scandal that erupted within the Volkswagen Group nearly five years ago. Engineers of the company first developed the software, which was later used by Volkswagen to manipulate emissions testing in the United States. The three former board members are accused of having allowed affected cars to be sold. Despite having been aware of the manipulation. A former head of department is charged with having initiated the development of engines equipped with the illegal software. The former chief executive of Audi. Rupert Stadler, was himself charged with fraud last year and is due in court in September. He'll. Leggett reporting the Israeli army attacked targets in the northern Gaza Strip after a Palestinian militants launched explosive balloons in Israel. Breaking news and analysis a townhall dot com The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is relaxing its advisory for international travel during the Koven 19 pandemic. But just a little. The CDC had been urging Americans to avoid all nonessential international travel. Now it says it's fine, but only to about 20 locations Taiwan, Greenland and Lau, sir among more than a dozen locations, where the CDC mentions no particular precautions. Seven others, including Thailand, PG and New Zealand are in a low risk group. As for the rest of the world, the CDC is Jesting. You stay home. And if you have the travel bug check with those countries authorities before making plans. Many have mandatory quarantines in place, and some aren't accepting US visitors at all. Then. Thomas Washington The British government says it will not be using 50 million face masks that bought during the scramble to get protective equipment because they have concerns they might not be safe. More in these stories, the townhall dot com I'm Ron Dirac Strip. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time when I was a fighter in the seventies, and when the 2000 said I had my shoulder operated in, But I'm thinking, okay, here it comes. And I heard the commercials that well, I might as well try this. I had retired from teaching karate in the late nineties. And right now I'm teaching again every week since I've been taking balance of nature on back at it. I never actually aspiring with these kids and how the 65 you like your body's been starving for this and you start feeding and everything starts reversing itself. It's just a great thing now keeping one of your creatures of this because it just works.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Crowds. Strong's president Macron has he visited the broken streets of Beirut, they chanted for change in Lebanon, a message the French president appears intent on delivering to the country's leaders. Mr Mackerel also saw the rescue efforts at the port, which some of the families of those missing have criticized as too slow. But the French team now on the scene says there's still a good chance of finding survivors. Lebanese foreign minister says an investigative committee will determine responsibility for the explosion within days, but many Lebanese dismiss this out of hand demanding an independent international investigation. Many in Beirut say they don't want any funds to passed through the hands of their leaders. Prosecutors in Germany have charged three former executives and a retired senior employee of the carmaker Audi with fraud in relation to an emissions cheating scam involving diesel vehicles. They have also been charged with indirect full certification on criminal advertising is our business correspondent Fear leg? Howdy was at the heart of the emissions cheating scandal that erupted within the Volkswagen group nearly five years ago. Engineers of the company first developed the software, which was later used by Volkswagen to manipulate emissions testing in the United States. The three former board members are accused of having allowed affected cars to be sold despite having been aware of the manipulation. Former head of department is charged with having initiated the development of engines equipped with the illegal software. The former chief executive of Audi. Rupert Stadler, was himself charged with fraud last year and is due in court in September. Thailand has delayed plans to form quarantine free travel bubbles has a Corona virus cases in Asia rise, dealing a blow to its vital tourist industry. Thailand itself has recorded no locally transmitted infections for more than 10 weeks. His Celia Hatton The head of Thailand's Corona Virus Task Force, said discussions to open to regional tour groups had been suspended potential partners for the scheme, including Japan, Hong Kong in South Korea, We're seeing new spikes in cases. Hi. Tourism officials have said they hoped the virus will be under control so they could be open for the high season, which normally starts in October. The German Health minister Jens Spahn says people returning from countries with a high risk of Corona virus will from Saturday have to be tested on arrival. The free tests have been offered to such returnees on a voluntary basis since last week. It comes as Germany has seen a rise in the daily number of new infections. It's topped 1000 for the first time since early May. You listening to the latest world News from the BBC, and this is WNBC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. About 90,000 people in New York and New Jersey, applied for unemployment last week. It's a decline from the previous week. The U. S Department of Labor says more than 73,000 people in New York filed claims a 13% decrease, and more than 15,000 did in New Jersey. A 43% decrease. New York says it's seeing fewer layoffs and education, manufacturing and social assistance industries across the country. More than 1.1 million people applied for unemployment last week. New York governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered an investigation into the states utility companies after tropical Storm ESA es knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of people. More than 409,000 customers in New York City and Long Island are still without power. As of this morning. In a statement, Cuomo accused utility companies of reckless disregard in failing to properly plan for the storm. In New York City. Khanna says its crews are working around the clock and that power has been restored to 90,000 customers. The company says yes is the second worst wind event it's ever had to deal with after Sandy in 2012. Brooklyn man is accused of sabotaging and NYPD vehicle by cutting one of its brake lines, the U. S attorney's office for the Eastern District, says Jeremy Trap, told a confidential police source and a Brooklyn protest last month. That he wanted to hurt law enforcement officers because nonviolent demonstrations were not effective. Source continued to meet with trap. He was caught during surveillance on July 17th in Sunset Park while allegedly cutting part of a police vans brake system. He was released without bail. The 24 year old was arrested again yesterday in a federal judge ordered that he be detained Pretrial This is the third case in which federal charges were filed against someone in connection with protests in Brooklyn, if connected of were convicted of the federal charges, trap faces up to 20 years in prison. Today in our area partly sunny skies high near 82. We could see some rain tonight Mostly cloudy with a low of about 70 degrees. It's 75 Sonny right now in Central Park at 906 Hello and welcome to news.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Form or former Audi executives in Germany or facing charges stemming from a global scandal. Howdy was at the heart of the emissions cheating scandal that erupted within the Volkswagen Group nearly five years ago. Engineers of the company first developed the software, which was later used by Volkswagen to manipulate emissions testing in the United States. The three former board members are accused of having allowed affected cars to be sold despite having been aware of the manipulation. A former head of department is charged with having initiated the development of engines equipped with the illegal software. The former chief executive of Audi Rupert Stadler, was himself charged with fraud last year and is due in court in September 2. BBC's Theo like it Survivors of the world's first atomic bombing have gathered in diminished numbers near an iconic, heavily damaged dome marking the 75th anniversary of the attack on Hiroshima. News and analysis a townhall dot com UConn becomes the first FBS program to cancel the 2020 21 football season because of the pandemic. Yukon Athletic Director David Benedict says competition would place student athletes at an unacceptable level of risk. Other schools that are already taken the Huskies off their schedules and governor Ned Lamont was reluctant to allow Yukon to travel to states with high infection rates. LeMond said the Huskies would be subject to the States 14 day quarantine rule After returning from away games. Yukon had been preparing for its first season as an independent after leaving the American Athletic Conference. Jeremy House reported. Julie Baseball is cracking down on Corona virus safety protocols mandating that players and staff where face coverings at all times, including in the dugouts and bullpens, except for players on the field of play. God of all Street this hour. The Dow futures are down 75 points more on these stories, the townhall dot com Individual results. Very exclusions apply. Imagine feeling the freedom of 2020.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:54 min | 2 years ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back everybody how you doing it to Julie here on seven twenty WGN we're live in the all state skyline studio here until five AM it is Tuesday. we'll get those requests going one artist to songs little bit later on three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one two nine eight one seven two hundred and honor of the Hobbs and knobs are the Hobbs initial movie that came out over the weekend we are going to jump into a couple of topics that are related to that and it would be going to the best buddy cop movies of all time and the best and worst movie spin offs which basically this isn't a new movie falls under both of those categories so that's all coming up on the show here three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talking text and to produce their requests Tom Appel is with us he joins us monthly to talk cars and automotives stuff he's the publisher of consumer guide automotive you can follow him on Twitter at Kerr underscore guy underscore Tom and he's here to answer all your questions and we're gonna talk a car news as well three one two nine eight one seven two hundred lets welcome Tom back time will come back thank you all right one of the new stories here. says that there's a there's mass casualties from automotive cyber attacks this was in the Tribune can you talk a little about this. the potential mass schedule did I think this is the way the story is going yeah and it's interesting and that group consumer watchdog which I think people have heard of it group and they're fairly active is is predicting perilous cyber attacks on the American automotive suite if something isn't done to allow motorists to switch off connectivity this seems slightly hyperbolic to me in that cars has yet or not this is connected these people think they are yeah even if you have something like OnStar or you receiving on Iraq to each or something like that it does mean that those systems the system is your car can be activated reached through that sort of so your action and I think that what we need to worry about it in the future when we get closer to what kind of vehicles in those are to be connected by probably five G. cellular. that's when I think we took the time to worry as though they're talking about how and by twenty twenty according to this article and I think according to consumer watchdog by twenty twenty seventy five percent of the vehicles on the road will be vulnerable to some sort of cyber attack some sort of cyber attack is a little vague I'm not entirely sure what it is that can happen yeah there was this famous case a couple years ago of of a couple of quality hackers to trying to get into a jeep and and they needed access to the jeep in advance to make it work so which we're not seeing the stuff yet it's worth worrying about I think is worth certainly protecting ourselves from but I don't think that we're heading into dire straits just yet okay but we got to keep an eye out correct absolutely yeah yeah as we get closer toward Thomas vehicles I think this becomes a very real threat okay all right we'll we'll keep good keep by states updates on that talk about soon we got a couple more Texas Sir Tom okay six three oh area because this is it true that if you drive less than twenty five miles a week you're doing internal damage. kind of sort of the problem is in this is less of a problem now because it was using some sort of synthetic oil are partially some technical issues with it if you didn't drive a car enough moisture really we can really do crank case in which certain degrees oil you will get all wet and family that's less of a thing now than it used to be the other problem too is that you're not using your brakes so rosters tweaking the late on the rotors food could accumulate the brake lines there is stuff that happens you should drive your car a little bit more than that he's about to drive your car for why we should take up a really good drive every couple weeks okay all right that's that's good advice Kerry says Tom two questions where is the new Ford ranger and a with full full moving production to China are there any concerns about quality two great questions the Ford ranger is out we just drove it we have a review up on the website but we do have an XLT nice vehicle I'm not sure it stands out in the compact pickup truck field but it's very good and worth shopping for thanks for Volvo Volvo does some production in China now there's a few vehicles available in the US that are Chinese build and we have not noticed any difference in quality driving those vehicles. assorted vocal told us it is a vocal factory that just happens to be in China. which is a great way to put it. I mean the only real difference is it did just travels a little bit further before it gets to your dealership okay all right and the seven seven three area code different one says our jeep Wranglers or renegades noisy inside on long highway road trips and how about the gas mileage yes and yes but that is not as noisy as they used to be great questions the jeep of the jeep wrangler which is the big guy kind of jeeps yeah still think of when we think of jeep absolutism. was redesigned last year it is it is a little bit bigger a little bit quieter just a little bit more refined drove on the highway very recently and I thought there's just a bit of wind noise but it wasn't really intrusive or knowing as for fuel economy we recently drove a Persian listening to leader mild hybrid turbo and we thought twenty three miles per gallon which is the best feeling kind of we've ever seen with a wrangler and we're still trying to get used to the fact that Rangers complete twenty miles per gallon. wow okay all right well we got a few more stories who we want to get to how about this Audi X. C. E. O. he's been charged with fraud but that in that legendary VW diesel cheating scandal. yeah this is the amazing story that won't go away it really is and it it's amazing because both sides are ready paying the bill for that so if anyone familiar with see commercials for electrify America I might have the wrong and I think it's to writer that is actually funded by Volkswagen Volkswagen punishment punitive damages that they paid they're putting up charging stations in tracking malls in parking lots across the country on their own dime so they're already paying fines and penalties on this in the US what people may not realize is it already is a division of Volkswagen and they develop the V. six engine that was more or less a parallel development with a small force only that most of us associate with scandal so there is actually different management involved in different people involved who were also complicit in this trial the Saudi guy got himself into trouble Rupert Statler apparently according to German authorities at least knew about the scandal or about the cheating and didn't do anything to stop I don't think they can prove more than that yeah but that's enough in this case party to spend some time in this in the slammer it's an unbelievable story yeah I mean really I remember it but when did it break two thousand fifteen. that sounds right yeah fifteen or sixteen yeah this is just such a it was it I mean I remember when we first talked about how stunning a story it is well worth the time to really talking about how much money was involved in the estimate in the most recent story I read folks wagon has so far spent thirty three billion dollars to make this right man that is unbelievable. in sum of money he's unbelievable so this this guy here than Rupert Stadler he's going he's going to go away for awhile yeah you can join a Martin Winterkorn who is that it looks right now at the time also also found guilty have at the very least of knowing about it yeah. that's a that's a great name what's his name Martin what winter cold that's a fantastic name it is a good day. okay all right although this. what what what's a smart tire time you can you can you help us out with this. since the last thing anyone ever thought needed to be smart. yeah that's true plus I still have it does more toothbrush but I'm about the about to talk about smart the tire. everything's kind of interesting is three things are falling under the umbrella of smart tires one of them is self sealing tires which is really not new technology but it's being handled differently now and more effectively and then there are tires that are not inflated tires which is fascinating and then there's a type of tire that is going to be used as part of the car's safety systems that will actually report back to the car certain conditions that can be detected best through the tire like black ice or cold weather or or just a lack of traction wow but the most interesting part about this is the is the new not inflatable tire which actually uses rubber fins instead of an inflatable bladder to you will see from the side of the tire these friends are blades that reading you know around the tire in the fashion and they've been around for a long time you might feel like construction equipment but it's looking like we're finally gonna see them on cars the beauty of this is that they should last forever and that they would never blow out so you'd never have a flat so the the really cool they look a little bit weird I don't know how designers are gonna work around the the sort of bladed fan look of them General Motors is committed to putting one on putting a set on production vehicles by twenty twenty four so we'll see what they look like what what what what what what kind of what kind of money or the second set you back I mean it's gonna be pretty expensive to obviously very expensive tires correct I don't know what the should mount to pretty much like regular tires and be used on regular wheels perhaps as for expensive the probably very expensive at first but they may actually come down to be less expensive than traditional talkers okay where some of the other tires we're talking about here well with the self healing tires and we talked about the tires with the with the sensors in them not an awful lot of people know that they probably have tire pressure monitors those are built into their wheels but don't really involve the tires which isn't things or the self healing tires that they're developing a tire now they consulted flight which is which is the technology wow that's amazing that is that is. that is it well you know okay well who are who are doing these thing who's responsible for some of these these are names right now or Michelin initials working on the the the air was tires the bridge does work in a lot of the stuff right now as well what is a quiet tires. white hairs wrestling are interesting in there did you usually associated with something like touring tires they use a different compound usually just an immediate service of a tire and could be great on the highway okay what about the magnetic levitation. much about maglev in recent years we'll see where that comes from the night with an old technology the the Disney universe. how the U. to rail yeah yeah what's the model he had to be said to be mad love that never actually happen. actually wrote on tires Madeline is awesome in that you wouldn't use a tire at all most of the.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:47 min | 3 years ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Knobs are the Hobbs and show a movie that came out over the weekend we are going to jump into a couple of topics that are related to that and it would be going to the best buddy cop movies of all time and the best and worst movie spin offs which basically this isn't a new movie falls under both of those categories so that's all coming up on the show here three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talking text and to produce their requests Tom Appel is with us he joins us monthly to talk cars and automotives stuff he's the publisher of consumer guide automotive you can follow him on Twitter at Kerr underscore guy underscore Tom and he's here to answer all your questions and we're gonna talk a car news as well three one two nine eight one seven two hundred lets welcome Tom back time will come back thank you all right one of the new stories here says that there's a there's mass casualties from automotive cyber attacks this was in the Tribune can you talk a little bit about this yeah or potential mass mass casualties I think this is the way the story is going yeah and it's interesting in that group consumer watchdog which I think people have heard of it because you're in a group and they're fairly active is is predicting perilous cyber attacks on the American automotive of sweets if something isn't done to allow motorists to switch off connective itty it isn't this seems slightly hyperbolic to me in that cars has yet or not this is connected is people think they are yeah even if you have something like OnStar or you receiving honour updates or something like that it does mean that those systems the system is your car can be activated reached through that sort of so your action and I think that what we need to worry about it in the future when we get closer to autonomous vehicles in those are to be connected by probably five G. cellular that's when I think they took the time to worry us but they're talking about how and by twenty twenty according to this article and I think according to consumer watchdog by twenty twenty seventy five percent of the vehicles on the road will be vulnerable to some sort of cyber attack some sort of cyber attack is a little vague I'm not entirely sure what it is that can happen yeah there was this famous case a couple years ago of gov a couple of the hackers to try to get into a jeep and and they needed access to the jeep in advance to make it work so which were not seen this stuff yeah it's worth worrying about I think is worth certainly protecting ourselves from but I don't think that we're heading into dire straits just yet okay but we got to keep an eye on the correct absolutely yeah yeah as we get closer to what time does vehicles I think this becomes a very real threat okay all right we'll we'll keep good keep out states updates on that talk about soon we got a couple more Texas Sir Tom okay six three oh area code says is it true that if you drive less than twenty five miles a week you're doing internal damage kind of sort of the problem is in this is less of a problem now because it was using some sort of synthetic oil are partially synthetic oil it used to be that if you didn't drive a car enough moisture really would accumulate the crankcase and we started to grease or oil you will get all wet and family that's less servicing now than it used to be the other problem too is that you're not using your brakes so rosters to accumulate on the rotors food could accumulate the brake lines there is stuff that happens you should drive your car a little bit more than that if you're not gonna drive your car for a while you should take up a really good drive every couple weeks okay all right that's that's good advice Kerry says Tom two questions where is the new Ford ranger and a with Volvo moving production to China are there any concerns about quality two great questions Ford ranger is out we just drove it we have a review up on the website but we do have an XLT nice vehicle I'm not sure it stands out in the compact pickup truck field but it's very good and worth shopping for as for Volvo Volvo does some production in China now there's a few vehicles available in the US or Chinese built and we have not noticed any difference in quality driving those vehicles assorted vocal told us it is a vocal factory that just happens to be in China which which is a great way to put it yeah I mean the only real difference is it did just travels a little bit further before it gets to your dealership okay all right and the seven seven three area code different one says our jeep Wranglers or renegades noisy inside on long highway road trips and how about the gas mileage yes and yes but not just not as noisy as they used to be great questions the jeep the jeep wrangler which is the big guy kind of jeeps yeah still think of when we think of jeeps absolutism was redesigned last year it is it is a little bit bigger a little bit quieter just a little bit more refined drove on the highway very recently and I thought that was just a bit of wind noise but it wasn't really intrusive are annoying as for fuel economy we recently drove a version with any two leader mild hybrid turbo and we thought twenty three miles per gallon which is the best fuel economy you ever seen with a wrangler and we're still trying to get used to the fact that Rangers complete twenty miles per gallon wow okay all right well we got a few more stories who we want to get to how about this Audi X. C. E. O. he's been charged with fraud with that in that legendary VW diesel cheating scandal this is the amazing story that won't go away it really is and it it's amazing because both seven already paying the bill for that so if anyone familiar with see commercials for electrify America I I might have the wrong a bicycle to buy America that is actually funded by Volkswagen Volkswagen punishment punitive damages that they paid they're putting up the charging stations and shopping malls and parking lots across the country on their own dime so they're already paying fines and penalties on this in the US but what people may not realize is that already is a division of Volkswagen and they develop the V. six engine that was more or less a parallel development with a small force owner that most of us associate with scandal so there is actually different management involved in different people involved who were also complicit in this trial the Saudi guy got himself into trouble Rupert Stadler apparently according to German authorities at least knew about the the scandal or about the cheating and didn't do anything to stop it I don't think they can prove more than that yeah but that's enough in this case prior to spend some time in this in the slammer it's an unbelievable story yeah I mean really I remember it but wanted to break two thousand fifteen that sounds right yeah fifteen or sixteen yeah give me since it has just such it was said I mean I remember when we first talked about how stunning a story it is a limited time to retire you know how much money was involved in the estimate in the most recent story I read folks wagon has so far spent thirty three billion dollars to make this right man that is unbelievable it is staggering sum of money he's unbelievable so this this guy here than Rupert Stadler he's going he's going to go away for awhile yeah is enjoying a Martin Winterkorn who is that a Volkswagen at the time also also found guilty have at the very least of knowing about it yeah that's a that's a great name what's his name Martin what winter that's a fantastic name it is a good day and okay all right although this what what what's a smart tire time you can you can you help us out with this I can this is the last thing anyone ever thought needed to be smart yeah that's true plus I still have it does more toothbrush but I'm about to about to talk about smart the tires but the tires it's kind of interesting just three things are falling under the umbrella of smart tires one of them is self sealing tires which is really not new technology but it's being handled differently now and more effectively and then there are tires that are not inflated tires which is fascinating and then there's a type of tire that is going to be used as part of the car's safety systems and will actually report back to the car certain conditions that could be detected best through the tire like black ice or cold weather or or just a lack of traction wow but the most interesting part about this is the is the new nine inflatable tire which actually uses rubber fins instead of an inflatable bladder to you will see from the side of the tire these fans are blades that reading you know around the tire in the fashion in the been around for a long time you might feel like construction equipment but it's looking like we're finally gonna see them on cars the beauty of this is that they should last forever and that they would never blow out so you'd never have a flat so the the really cool they look a little bit weird I don't know how designers going to work around the the sort of bladed fan look of them but General Motors is committed to putting one on putting a set on production vehicles by twenty twenty four so we'll see what they look like and what what what what what what what kind of money or the second set you back I mean it's gonna be pretty expensive to obviously very expensive tires correct I don't know what I'd be should mount to pretty much like regular tires and be used on regular wheels perhaps as for expensive the probably very expensive at first but they may actually come down to be less expensive than traditional talkers okay where some of the other tires we're talking about here well with the self healing tires and we talked about the tires with the with the centers can them not an awful lot of people know that they probably have tire pressure monitors those are built into their wheels but don't really involve the tires I'm interesting things about the self healing time is that there is developing a tire now they consulted flight which is which is actually the technology wow that's amazing that is that is that is it well you know okay well who are who are doing these thing who's responsible for some of these all the big.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"That tracks these things says police officer deaths are down in twenty eighteen there were more than ninety on duty law enforcement deaths made year in twenty nineteen the ribbon sixty through the end of June Laurie Sade as interim CEO of the national law enforcement officers memorial fund firearm related deaths are down vehicle related deaths are down traffic related there's a twenty five percent decrease where there has been an increase officers struck and killed in traffic incidents while outside of their vehicles there about eleven right bro ABC news Chicago Joe Biden weathered the storm during night two of the second two nights CNN democratic presidential debate in Detroit holding as the front runner Joe Biden stood at center stage and at the center of conversation it looks like one of us has learned the lessons of the past and one of us has a body and Castro said Biden lacked guts on immigration after Biden rejected decriminalizing illegal border crossings you should be able to be sent back it's a crime bill of Lazio question by known Obama era deportations did you say those deportations were a good idea Jay Inslee hit by not his plan to combat climate change and unfortunately your plan is just too late Biden took the blows but there appeared to be nothing to knock him from his perch Aron Kader ski ABC news Detroit president trump sojourns to Cincinnati on Thursday it'll be his first campaign rallies since the July event in North Carolina the one during which the crowd chanted center back German prosecutors brought fraud related charges against Rupert Stadler former head of Audi Volkswagen's luxury division over cars with software that enabled missions test cheating three unnamed individuals are accused of developing the engines Georgia power has ordered nuclear fuel Ford's long delayed expansion of plant Vogel the nation's first large scale nuclear power project in more than thirty years you're listening to ABC news bit coin is back yes it just rose to over thirteen thousand dollars for the first time in over a year big coin is real and folks are optimistic that its value will only continue to rise noble big going dot com has always been on the front end of this digital currency curve and are one of just a handful of companies to really see the potential for.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Away newsradio fifty thousand watt blowtorch of the rocky mountain west from ABC news I'm Richard cancer halfway through the year and the organization that tracks these things says police officer deaths are down in twenty eighteen there were more than ninety on duty law enforcement deaths made year in twenty nineteen the ribbon sixty through the end of June Laurie Sade as interim CEO of the national law enforcement officers memorial fund firearm related deaths are down vehicle related deaths are down traffic related there's a twenty five percent decrease where there has been an increase officers struck and killed in traffic incidents while outside of their vehicles there about eleven right Perot ABC news Chicago Joe Biden weathered the storm during night two of the second two nights CNN democratic presidential debate in Detroit holding as the front runner Joe Biden stood at center stage and at the center of conversation it looks like one of us has learned the lessons of the past and one of us has a billion Castro said Biden lacked guts on immigration after Biden rejected decriminalizing illegal border crossings you should be able to be sent back it's a crime bill of laws your question by known Obama era deportations did you say those deportations were a good idea Jay Inslee hit by not his plan to combat climate change and unfortunately your plan is just too late Biden took the blows but there appeared to be nothing to knock him from his perch Aron Kader ski ABC news Detroit president trump sojourns to Cincinnati on Thursday it'll be his first campaign rallies since the July event in North Carolina the one during which the crowd chanted center back German prosecutors brought fraud related charges against Rupert Stadler former head of Audi Volkswagen's luxury division over cars with software that enabled missions test cheating three unnamed individuals are accused of developing the engines Georgia power has ordered nuclear fuel Ford's long delayed expansion of plant Vogel the nation's first large scale nuclear power project in more than thirty years you're listening to ABC news is a tender little tale fresh.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Things says police officer deaths are down in twenty eighteen there were more than ninety on duty law enforcement deaths made year and twenty nineteen the ribbon sixty through the end of June Laurie Sade as interim CEO of the national law enforcement officers memorial fund firearm related deaths are down vehicle related deaths are down traffic related there's a twenty five percent decrease where there has been an increase officers struck and killed in traffic incidents while outside of their vehicles there about eleven right Perot ABC news Chicago Joe Biden weathered the storm during night two of the second two nights CNN democratic presidential debate in Detroit holding as the front runner Joe Biden stood at center stage and at the center of conversation it looks like one of us has learned the lessons of the past and one of us has a body and Castro said Biden lacked guts on immigration after Biden rejected decriminalizing illegal border crossings you should be able to be sent back it's a crime bill of Lazio question by known Obama era deportations did you say those deportations were a good idea Jay Inslee hit by not his plan to combat climate change and unfortunately your plan is just too late Biden took the blows but there appeared to be nothing to knock him from his perch parent teacher ski ABC news Detroit president trump sojourns to Cincinnati on Thursday it'll be his first campaign rallies since the July event in North Carolina the one during which the crowd chanted center back German prosecutors brought fraud related charges against Rupert Stadler former head of Audi Volkswagen's luxury division over cars with software that enabled missions test cheating three unnamed individuals are accused of developing the engines Georgia power has ordered nuclear fuel for his long delayed expansion of plant Vogel the nation's first large scale nuclear power project in more than thirty years you're listening to ABC news.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Washington German prosecutors have charged the former head of Audi Volkswagen's luxury division with fraud in connection with sales of cars with software that enabled cheating on emissions tests correspondent Jeremy house has more on the story the fraud charges Rupert's Stadler as another chapter to VW's diesel scandal that is seen as former C. E. O. charged in the U. S. in two executives go to prison prosecutors in Munich said they charge that I learned three other individuals the three unnamed individuals were charged with having developed engines used in Audi Volkswagen and Porsche models that have software that made the emissions controls work better on the test stand then in real life driving Stadler was charged with having known about the manipulation and Audi and Volkswagen cars and with continuing to sell the models despite that knowledge Jeremy house reporting investigations against twenty three further suspects continue that's according to prosecutors more on these stories at town hall dot com he went to Washington to stop out of control spending government became a voice for the people the Obama White House try to shut him off well he's left Washington and now he's got a really big microphone Joe Walsh this is the Joe Walsh radio program Hey Joe Walsh.

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Rupert Stadler, Ex-Audi Chief, Is Charged With Fraud in Diesel Scandal

Phil's Gang

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Rupert Stadler, Ex-Audi Chief, Is Charged With Fraud in Diesel Scandal

"German prosecutors have charged the former head of Audi Volkswagen's luxury division with fraud in connection with sales of cars with software that enabled cheating on emissions tests correspondent Jeremy house has more on the story the fraud charges Rupert's Stadler as another chapter to VW's diesel scandal that is seen as former C. E. O. charged in the U. S. in two executives go to prison prosecutors in Munich said they charge that I learned three other individuals the three unnamed individuals were charged with having developed engines used in Audi Volkswagen and Porsche models that have software that made the emissions controls work better on the test stand then in real life driving Stadler was charged with having known about the manipulation and Audi and Volkswagen cars and with continuing to sell the models despite that

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Rupert Stadler, Ex-Audi Chief, Is Charged With Fraud in Diesel Scandal

Rush Limbaugh

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Rupert Stadler, Ex-Audi Chief, Is Charged With Fraud in Diesel Scandal

"From a four year old diesel emissions scandal that ultimately cost Volkswagen about thirty three point four billion dollars in fines settlements and other costs prosecutors in Germany today charged for former employees including one time Audi chief executive Rupert Stadler for their roles in the scandal Stadler faces allegations of clean fraud for helping conceal the fact that VW had rigged it's a diesel engines to illegally pass emissions

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:06 min | 3 years ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Are gonna lose at least it looks like that when you I don't know look at the constitution and what that out well in depth here when it comes to the constitution what is that of paper wow okay so night one of the democratic debates round two and the the most interesting thing to me from the ten thousand foot elevation is that there are people who are pumping the brakes on socialism there are some members of the Democratic Party who are saying no hold on a second how in the world you're gonna pay for fairy tale land for me it was all about Democrats who are we it was like a soul searching mission for the an hour and a half that I that I put into that last night who are we who do we want to be going forward and did it better Rourke come across as the the popular kid who never does the studying and shows up for the test yeah and just expects to wing it into okay which is surprising considering how poorly he did in the first debate right I was expecting more from him in this one I thought is gonna prepare it didn't look like it he looked caught off guard the entire night Williamson came out and was talking about I don't even know what she was talking about but a one point sounded like she was your legs Williams and how do you respond to the criticism from senator Warren that you're not going to fight for Medicare for all I I don't know the new one said that about me specifically I admire very much what senator Warner has said and what Bernie has said but I have to say I have I'm normally way over there with burning she sounds like she's trying to do the Gavin Newsom Bill Clinton thing a little bit there she had a big moment when she talked about reparations for descendents of slaves that I think got the biggest applause line of the night I think that got seconds does that came in second I think Elizabeth Warren's let's let's grow a set line well we'll play that one furnace in a second reparation thing out Merion Williamson referred to a two hundred to five hundred billion dollar payment of debt that is owed stemming from the failure to provide the forty acres and a mule to the slaves that were freed to protect the rights of the next century and she had she said she had math to back it up but it was just a quick glimpse into and I I don't know enough about what her plan is or what it would be there are others that talk about like Jim Cliburn's ten twenty thirty planned and that other versions of reparations which not everybody on that stage agreed with did you see the stats that like seventy three percent of African Americans polled I don't know which pull it was were in support of that listen if I I guess it was I in and when I saw this yesterday I realize I need to know more about what the policies would be first for reparations for slavery I know right off hand you have to ask a lot of questions like how do you prove that you are a descendant of slaves the and that's I mean that's right off its face is one of the big issues that they'd have to figure out when it comes to reparations there are other issues they talked about student debt and free college in again you had Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders talking about free for your college for all and student debt forgiveness and people saying how in the world you're gonna pay for this the people like John Delaney and Steve balik down of you know far end of the of the stage we're using words like magic economy an impossible impossible economics when it comes to how you're going to pay for this sort of thing Amy clover shar had an interesting point if you if you stop if you forgive all student debt that's on the books right now what does that mean for or and make it free what does that mean for the wealthy people that are going to college and ran having them pay for it and and there's a discussion of it being an economic stimulus package it's one thing to have like more financial aid for colleges and universities is another thing to just make it completely free because and how how do again with so many of these policy but how are you gonna pay for that in any club which are seem to be the adult in the room when it came to opening up the physical books and saying these are pie in the sky ideas climate change stuff of course came up there were it discussions about the green new deal and John Delaney once again appeared to make some sense and go listen the green new deal is a weird fantasy land thing that does not have anything to do yes there are economic are a sorry there are environmental policies in there to make the United States carbon neutral or electricity neutral whatever terms they when he is but it's also tied to like free government jobs and and universal basic income and things like that that should not be involved in the discussion about keeping our climate safe but but like you said the one of the biggest lines of the night was when someone like John Delaney would come out and say we can't we can't afford to do Medicare for all we can't take people's health insurance away we've got to have we've got a you know to use what we have and build on to the good parts of it and Elizabeth Warren came out I don't understand why anybody does to all the trouble of running for president of the United States just to talk about what we really can't do and shouldn't fight for you know why because because if she continues down that road of true trillion dollars for this and six trillion dollars for that she's gonna get our pants him to tour I think what she needs to zero in on and I thought she had a great night I really did I thought that she seems like she reminded me of my great aunt who always acted like she was the smartest person in the room and she and she was she a live with one was the most prepared she's a she's the most itemized when it comes to her different policy ideas she can go line by line about why that would land for everything right absolutely but I think what she should zero in on going forward and it clearly my opinion is so valuable in a campaign but I think that what really resonates with the Democratic Party across across the across the entire party is the going after corporations and separating politics from the corporation celebrates its second separating the special interests from Washington I think that's something that resonates among all Democrats young and old yeah I agree with that but the way that they were painting corporations last night there was not one positive thing said about corporations not one if you go about your daily life and say you're going to cut out all the influence that corporations have had in your life you're not going to you're not going to exist you're gonna be incapable of doing anything and they didn't they didn't say something like there are bad actors in corporations around us that steal money they don't pay taxes that sort of thing but there are things like I'm just looking around this this computer this microphone this and that and this in the company that we work for it corporation so they can't all be painted with this broad brush of the village I don't know and and and that's it that's her thing is she loves free markets she loves capitalism but she also hates the fact that it's tainted to the to the point that has tainted Washington right the house I think you can have both like it I think you can hold up corporations in this country is great things and I think you can also and discouraged that money from influencing politics at least to the degree that it that it has it has gotten to in twenty nineteen on the wrong the wrong guy he's hard to take I'm sorry hard to take I loved it when John was it it was taken liberals like go ahead Bernie throw up your arms and he's like well promo pretty calm I want it's a it's a frustrating thing too many people on stage not enough time to speak right well the time not see is where it rages out of control well it does a moderators came across as more school marm S. than Elizabeth Warren the punishments you hear about the punishments they were going to they were gonna have time taken away if they interrupted lord which was it's probably gonna be more a play tonight that it was at all last night tonight of course we have the big stage the same people are sorry the same stage different people on stage the line up so you can keep score in your cocktail napkin from left to right Bennett Jello brand Castro Booker Biden Harris Yang Gabbard Insley into Blasi I'll all right when we get into a swamp watch a twelve thirty we'll talk more about what's coming up in two nights version of the debate we are learning more about that shooter up there and Gil Roy came from a very prominent local family it will tell you more when we come back during general continued update from the newsroom Monica the Orange County Board of supervisors has approved a plan to end homelessness among veterans by the end of next year the goals of about three hundred beds into affordable housing so far eighty veterans have gone through the process officials say nearly half of homeless veterans are chronically homeless the former head of Audi has been charged with fraud a German prosecutors say Rupert Stadler new Audi and Volkswagen cars had been manipulated to cheat on emissions tests ensure Lanka has expanded its visa program to include nearly fifty countries for longer.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:01 min | 3 years ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Much like Joe Biden blew his opportunity to respond when Kamel Heris size said you're not a racist but you're a racist Joe Biden and so we have a lot to talk about now online is the political front there some new going on and that is Gavin Newsom signed a law that I a presidential candidate for the primary we'll be in eligible for California's prop primary ballot next year on the last tax returns are disclosed and this is one of those laws that don't go into effect January first it's a media it and it's unprecedented and it's certain to fight outside to spark a court fight needless to say a high profile court fight and two things are happening number one of course trumpet in for those people that are you this is all about trump the legislator saying all no no no who are we kidding give me a break of course it's about trump and it might encourage other states to adopt their own rules various kinds of rules now there can be an argument here the trump supporters or even people who have no they don't they don't have a any skin in the game they don't care on a constitutional level all are saying some scholars saying wait a minute you can't do that the constitution sets out specifically what the requirements are to run for president and that's not one of them even eat the state's control the balloting what they can't do is control rules like that tax returns what you've done for a living I mean go on or not if that is allowed why not health records I mean that's legitimate I think I'm gonna make a I'm I'm what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna argue that health records are legitimate and tax returns I want to know how healthy my president is going to be if we had known Abraham Lincoln if we had known about John F. Kennedy with his Addison I think was Addison's the John F. Kennedy had yeah I think I link it had more fun so central if we had known Woodrow Wilson had a stroke and was sitting in the back room of one of the White House bedrooms for eighteen months and his wife was running the United States if we had known any of that you think history would have changed so are you for health records which of course is ludicrous we're never gonna get that tax returns I wanna see tax returns by the way it is all about trump because I know if Donald Trump did provide tax returns you're going to see things certainly what it is legal his his accountants and his tax people are way too smart to go over that line but my god very close that line and when you see the kind of taxes he did not pay they're going to be a few people upset with the fact that while I pay twenty or twenty five percent of my income he paid nothing or he paid very little or he was able to deduct an extraordinary amount extraordinary amount of money and get out of tax and that's the whole reason this is here that's all that's what the Democrats are doing doesn't Gavin Newsom is doing this what the legislature did is there passing this lot of forced Donald Trump to show his tax returns to show America what kind of a sleaze ball he is in terms of his business dealings he's already a call queues of inflating assets to get loans is going to be fine because that's gonna be that's that is the state in New York that's going after that even the Southern District of New York although the issue can pardon himself but when it comes to the state he can't do Jack he has zero jurisdiction and what's he going to do well I'll tell you it's going to it's not gonna give the tax returns it's going to go to court for ever and he will not even though the primary then okay I have no desire to be in the California primary what you think I'm not going to get the nomination are we getting and what Republican is going to run up to be Donald Trump in the California primary and have any influence on the national level in fact let me go beyond that any Republican that does go against Donald Trump has just become a pariah in the Republican Party we'll never get any funding will never get support anymore and two choices for anybody doing that because it is political suicide you better switch parties real quick which does happen or get out of politics okay let's move over to capital punishment one of my favorite topics I just love capital punishment so what are the fed so all the feds by the way back to capital punishment they're not going back there going back to killing people which is a good idea and the whole issue is lethal injections and what the federal government plans to do to kill those cockroaches this is K. five let's check in with that Jennifer jones' weight the former head of Audi has been charged with fraud German prosecutors say Rupert Stadler new Audi and Volkswagen cars have been manipulated to cheat on emissions test Iran's push back on secretary of state Mike Pompeii as talking talk of visiting the country on a tweeted Monday the.

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"rupert stadler" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"rupert stadler" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Neil. Can we look at how one man's downfall might affect an entire industry. Just how powerful was call us gone. I I think think it's. it's call us going. Maybe it's been onset say was he may yet still be depending on how all of this turns out, but certainly it's one of the most powerful and influential count senior executives in the world. The fact that he turned around their son in the in the ninety nine hundred the two thousand from what looks like an almost terminal financial basketcase into a major profitable global player. The fact that he created this this alliance between Nathan and Reynaud which affected we saved both companies at the time, and then which spread out and started purchasing other come makers, such and such as Mitsubishi more recently and has helped turn those companies around each had an enormous influence and. It's almost impossible to overstate how influential he has been within the broader car industry, Milton leaks because he achieved oval of this success through family vicious cost cutting which became something of a popular pasta amongst global carlito's. He hasn't lost all of his positions. He's still chairman and chief executive all Renner. Yes. And that does seem to indicate the if not necessarily a split than Serbis some cracks appearing in the randomness alliances. It's cold. We've never really a a a full merger June companies. It was more partnering up even though there was an awful lot of of cross pollination senior stuff, including themselves. Of course. So Reynaud kept him on Nathan find him in the wake of these accusations of financial regularities on. It'll be interesting to see how that then plays out. It's still the Nissan itself is reluctant to go ahead with what Goan had reportedly been planning which was a full and comp-. Fleet measure, two companies dot may be where these accusations of the have come from an on the reason they have come to light this candle impacted on nisan and in a in a real business way. It doesn't really yet. I it's it's simply too early for for anything like this to have a major impact on a common factor of sales anytime we've seen in the recent past, but you can send chief executives to journalists. The case with full chairman Rupert Stadler, I has absolutely no effect on sales whatsoever to -mongst consumers. This is a non story. They don't care if the the chairman of Misawa has been fiddling expenses all hiding money life from the tax, man. They only care whether they're getting a decent power not. So they'll vote with that while it's the vote with their feet, and I don't think that it will directly affect Nathan sales. All right in a sense. Not not what what might happen up on eventually is issues with the readiness analyze itself. I'm problems within the overall management of all the two companies. And what about the broader Oshima's if industry will be would it be repercussions through that? I think there's probably quite a few company does and and senior executives who looking at what's happened established. Who was looking at what happened to gun and looking rather nervously shoulder, which is to say that they're all doing something not. But certainly, I doubt the everyone is one hundred percent innocent in these cases. But it's I mean, we've we've we've we've lost an awful lot of major company. See always in the past few years, we slalom allow retire from fold. We saw the very tragic passing away so much from fee. It's last year, we got Rupert Stadler Ravi put in jail, and now Costco, put in jail, these people who wielded immense influence of not just the companies that they run, but the companies with which they compete and therefore influence over the. Cosmic to unite by a drive and an indie how we bind them. And and and felt we continue to on them. So it it'll be interesting to see, you know, go this, I suppose in in that sense. The force of the titans to me the fall or two stage. What changed that brings the industry as a whole which just have to wait and say, thank you very.

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UK reviews medical marijuana ban

24 Hour News

01:21 min | 4 years ago

UK reviews medical marijuana ban

"More the selection is ridiculous the british ban on cannabis based medicines will be reviewed by the uk government while it continues to reject calls to legalize marijuana for recreational use home secretary sergey javid told lawmakers that cases like that of a twelve year old epileptic boy denied cannabis soil freeze condition shares a pressing need for cannabis based products well the boys being allowed to take cannabis oil to ward off his seizures javid cited other cases of children with epilepsy who'd benefit from legalization of the drug meanwhile the national health service says it studying possible uses of marijuana products for treatment of childhood epilepsy and several other diseases following the arrest of german automaker audi ceo is part of a probe into emissions cheating the company's named sales chief abraham shots as interim chief executive audi division of volkswagen says it's also complied with jailed ceo rupert stadler's requested temporarily relieve him of his duties the probe against audi follows the emissions scandal that's rocked volkswagen since two thousand fifteen and led to billions in fines the arrest of executives and the indictment in the us of the former ceo shot the interim ceo has been a member of abbey's management board since september apple is trying to drag the us antiquated system for handling nine one one calls into the twenty first century if it.

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Prince Harry And Meghan, Duchess Of Sussex, Make Their Royal Ascot Debut

24 Hour News

01:16 min | 4 years ago

Prince Harry And Meghan, Duchess Of Sussex, Make Their Royal Ascot Debut

"Election is ridiculous prince harry and his wife meghan will make their first official trip abroad to ireland next month kensington palace says the royal couple will travel to dublin for two days starting on july the tenth the palace said harry and his wife now formerly known as the duchess of sussex looking forward to learning more about ireland's history and meeting people shaping its future the royal couples also announced plans to make an official trip to australia new zealand fiji and tonga in october following the arrest of german automaker audi ceo is part of a probe into emissions cheating the company's named sales chief abraham shot as interim chief executive audi a division of volkswagen says it's also complied with jailed ceo rupert stadler's requested temporarily relieve him of his duties the probe against saudi follows the emissions scandal that's rocked volkswagen since two thousand fifteen and led to billions in fines the arrest of executives and the indictment in the us of the former ceo shot the interim ceo has been a member of abbey's management board since september people around the world are well armed but as ap's matt small tells us the report shows americans own a big number of small weapons a new report of small arms estimates there are over a billion firearms both legal and illegal in the world today including eight hundred.

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Syracuse University, Douglas Irwin and Merkley discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:31 min | 4 years ago

Syracuse University, Douglas Irwin and Merkley discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"The yen one ten point four six and out ceo rupert stadler under arrest in munich in connection with the diesel cheating scandal making him the highest profile target in the probe that's engulfed the carmaker in parent volkswagen for almost three years and that's a bloomberg business flash john karen thank you very much just want to get some breaking news out of germany's chancellor merkel comes under increasing pressure you'll recall that there are three parties making up a coalition in germany grand coalition merckel cd you these sister party in bavaria the csu you and the social democrats as well the sp what's important here is that there is a significant amount of tension at the moment between the cd you and the cs you so markle's party and the party and the interior minister in germany right now halsey hoffa who leads that bavarian sister party wants a stricter policy at the border to turn away migrants chancellor merkel does not want that halsey hoffer is basically saying we want this done in the next two weeks we want an agreement between these two parties within the next two weeks and chancellor merkel has now accepted seahawks two week deadline on my gratien that is a report according to my sources merkley such with accepted see hoffa's two week deadline on migration and tom if this doesn't get sorted out it's a real threat to merkel's leadership in the country but the the risk the coalition that was so hard to pull together exactly just come car very good four months ago there was a modest press release out of think tank america's the peterson institute brand it was a wonderful press release douglas irwin in mary lovely join peterson institute for international economics many of you will know professor irwin of dartmouth perhaps fewer mary lovely of syracuse university who is absolutely definitive on intellectual transfer across nations and she joins us this morning with the peterson institute on tariffs in such murray what's the number one thing we get wrong in our tariff analysis or discussion two thousand eighteen vintage i think the biggest misconception is the extent to which the trade between the united states and china happens via multinationals by foreign firms operating in china to a large extent it is supply chain trade what does that mean is that just more amorphous or harder to get our hands on that it's within the menu factor of products.

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