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Sachin & Babi co-founder Babi Ahluwalia on the pandemic's impact

The Glossy Podcast

03:17 min | Last month

Sachin & Babi co-founder Babi Ahluwalia on the pandemic's impact

"I sit down with bobby. She is the co founder and creative director of sasha and bobby and also co founder of the newly launched the good cloth company because i linked sasha and bobby with formal evening wear. I wanted to ask bobby about necessary. Pivots since the start of twenty twenty. Plus i wanted to know how she and session. Her husband pulled off the launch of a second brand mid pandemic welcome. Bobby hi thank you for having me So yeah it's kind of fortuitous. How we are here in the strange time by trying to make the most of what we have our brand of course was a elevated eveningwear line and over the course of time for the last three years. We have been actually looking at the business. Say how we can scale it how we can actually make it a little bit more. You know kind of all things occasion whether it's day all evening so that a deliberate attempt was made by ass. Wanna say by this twenty nine hundred so went so we had started that any way Luckily we used our website to showcase of you know whether you would soon be clothing during the day with its for luncheon or whether it was for a meeting all whether it would be a day wedding so so that graduates shift had actually started internally from us a end of thousand eighteen early twenty nine hundred anyway and i think the pandemic helped us to push it little faster so that was important to us and we see a lot of data come through our website. We see a lot of data. Come to our church that actually is responding to the run We get because there was the demand mean last year was a disaster for all of us because all of us were told not going anywhere on so we actually internalized that. Actually you know The talk was always there. We kind of put it into action. Twenty nineteen but we did. We added more Silhouettes designed details and all of that for this spring. On was that is brandon the entire entirely. You know where you have day viewed fabrics like linen. That never used in the past. We used we consciously made the The citizens of buying fabrics and producing them in that particular place. For example. If you bought the linens from we would make them in robotics. If you buy this caused from china we would make it in vietnam so we deliberately internally started You know thinking that it's better to buy local wherever it is from denim board as opposed to mind fibers from vietnam shipping them to india. It's just the freight the back and forth off it. I think all things that we were thinking of as a brand anyway over the years we had to put into play last year and this year so it all kind of came full circle now and i feel. This is a resurgence rebuffed for brandon. Away so They will at least Bobby announced that you look at the site and you look at the brand followers or the influencers sneeze whoever owned. They're kind much more broader than what we had in the past.

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"sachin" Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

04:10 min | 2 months ago

"sachin" Discussed on The Heumann

"Thinking about exactly as you're discussing never seeing a disabled person as a parent In a comedy series program. A a very funny program. I'm sure about parents who happen. To have disabilities have disabilities and what their lives are leg with their kids. I think it's really great. Sachin any final words. What the that helped me. a lot. Tat is surrounding yourself with other parents with disabilities raised by parents specifically. So i think it's important you know if any disabled person Thinking of being a parent don't be discouraged from by walk. What you hear out there but the associates be part of the community. That's out there who has gone through the same experiences that they can talk about it in the experience is going to be the same. But there's a lot you can gain a gleaned from other people's experiences on how you can better prepare yourself and that's helped me a lot and also remember you know that's gonna be situations where you feel like you your role as a parent is being questioned. And that's there's no way hiding from that that's gonna come up in some way action. It you know you can choose to roll with it no you don't you don't always be one and an explanation. Sometimes i just depending on second since i explained Just ignored and just move on. So it's it it's been surround yourself with the community is going to really help you understand the different aspects. And can't jamie. I'm gonna give plug to through the looking glass because we have i made in the neuro teaser. Updating it a grid and what's accessible out there in terms of new equipment. When i started off there wasn't user friendly and we had to create it. There's much more user friendly baby care equipment and it is important. I'll second what Jessica and such and said it's important to not feel alone. I was the only one actually at my time at c. I l. At the time where i was doing having kids. Well megan hal but it was. You feel isolated when you don't know what's going on and being able to talk to other people and get other techniques and techniques sarah's important as.

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"sachin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"sachin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"On etcetera and there are a lot more of those kinds of technologies coming out soon. And then we'll discuss how you can break these things in the future so feature ways to reestablish piracy and that includes taboo which includes schnorr and masked most importantly so the lightning network. You may be familiar with it. It's a way of transacting offline. Bitcoin bitcoin off the blockchain. So you can have a transaction with someone else and only you and that other person know about bitcoin. And it's not recorded on the blockchain so that transaction is very private as an only the payee and the pair know that it occurred and no one else can track it so big privacy game and then the history of lightning transactions stored publicly anywhere. So as soon as you stop using lightning all those transactions are just kind of lost to the history so really high privacy other benefits of light in our include really cheap fees really fast transactions. So it's a pretty great innovation. It's not a quite ready. It's still being developed but already provides some great privacy benefits the second one the second best way to preserve your privacy is by using corn georgia world pool so this is a picture of a coin transaction on the left you see the green inputs so in zero in one and two and on the right you see outputs so bitcoin is put in in various amounts and then it's all mixed up and reassembled in various amounts on the output. And if you look at the outputs you'll see that they're all in equal amounts so it's almost impossible to tell which input leads to which output very difficult to you know. Get any information out of this graph. You know you can't see who sent what who. And this way all five of these outputs look identical. Even though the inputs belonged to five different people so great for privacy. And what point does is it establishes anonymity said so after this imagine you had one bitcoin and you put it in as one input and then you got one bitcoin out. If in this case there would be five outputs of one. Bitcoin and you'll be one of them so someone trying to track. You would have to guess which.

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"sachin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

04:05 min | 6 months ago

"sachin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Bitcoin documentation the bits. Nc how each of these features segway or ps psat's or a record will terminate wallets work and then try to implement them in code. So we'll say the wallet they you. It is mater but yeah no but i think that's definitely true. There's different layers and steps to getting involved in the spade. Buying it is just one step you can do but if you wanna get your hands dirty you can definitely mess at a lot of the stuff and it's cool. It's a lot of is open source and they really should teach it more at universities. You know talking to you. Both founded student blockchain clubs. We kind of have gone down that path and seen the interest there but kind of going back to the macro perspective of where we are in the world and like bitcoins place in your time on his face. Like what are some of the spookiest encounter or stories. You have to admit something. Last summer i the previous summer i Tried to rent an apartment in dc to do an internship and the landlord said. I'll give you ten percent discount if he is big and like an idiot. I sent him bitcoin and then he disappeared because he didn't actually own that apartment. Complete scam shouldn't have trusted. Don't trust verified. And i never saw that bitcoin again. I watched it on the blockchain tracked it. He used coin kind of made it hard to track so he definitely knew what he's doing and the took a good chunk of bitcoin away from me so that was not happy day. Okay i mean good thing unique story. I've actually never heard of anyone. Accepting bitcoin mortgages or apartments in random and stuff like that just goes to show that you can trust the transactions but may maybe not people that's pretty consistent. I want to get into your presentation now and just to give you some time and pre face you know what is going to be presenting about is you got be kind of talking about some upgrades that bitcoin is going through right now. When kind of contrasting that with all the other weird funky things are going on in the space like. There's a lot of talk about the need for privacy especially now. Everyone's talking about how our money's being. Reinvented like not even random. You go to the store right now. They don't even accept cash or coins in someplace places. So hey welcome to the new world. Such and i'm really excited to see your short presentation and kind of give people a deeper league at what's happening with. Bitcoin related to privacy. And i think this is right on track with our spooky theme talking about vpn. The tore network privacy like why it's also important right like why privacy is literally a right to such an away and ovarian enjoys his presentation right. Thank you so. I'll be talking about bitcoin. Privacy and how tap root changes that so bitcoin. privacy it's obviously a very like nuanced complex topics are. I'm not going to give like straight up answers on how private bitcoin is. So i will discuss bitcoin. Privacy tapper so bitcoins based on a blockchain. The blockchain keeps all official transactions and each transaction hasn't amount that's being sent and it has inputs so the pair spends their own coins and to do so. They need to add us signature so inputs reveals signatures and then outputs reveal addresses or public peace so an address is somewhere you send bitcoin too so if i send bitcoin to someone i send it to their address and so that's a form of a sudanese identification for how the bitcoin is sent and this is visible to all so the blockchain public distributed everyone who wants to can keep a copy and examined that copy..

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"sachin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

05:54 min | 6 months ago

"sachin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Money and like a good foundation not really worth having i mean right now. Physical cash physically. Us dollars is probably more private than bitcoin. In certain instances but for other reasons bitcoin disappear money because like it has a sound foundation and therefore we can build privacy on top of that. But you can never get better monetary policy with a very private asset like physical. Us dollars so you can improve privacy. But you can't improve monetary policy overtime. And so that's why. I think i'm okay with bitcoin. Being not perfectly private right now but we have the money issue solved and now it's time to build the privacy so we see coin join coin swap pay join tap root all these different upgrades that are coming to bitcoin. Some through the source code and some through external projects. But they're all giving bitcoin more and more privacy. Yeah and it'll be interesting to see how different on only companies but different countries used bitcoin. Like what do you think about those stories that people always talk about where you have people in different parts of the world that are actually using bitcoin not even the currency but even the network to try to fight some censorship resistant yet. I want to kind of compare and contrast that and talk about stable coins for a second. Because i think it's interesting that the countries in which are launching stable coins are literally the companies that have the most censorship out there. So i want to get your thoughts because you'd like bitcoin sandwich and you spend so much time on. What do you think about some of the other evolutions happening by central bank digital currencies. They're doing it for. And where does bitcoin kind of fit into that as a continually approved. Yeah absolutely. I think there are a lot of attractive. Trans in the cryptocurrency space. It used to be. Ico's than it used to be like privacy coins. No central bank currencies unstable coins. I think these all our technologies that solve a different problem then bitcoin. Bitcoin solves the problem of money and central bank digital currency. Solve the problem of or rather. They create more problems than they solve. But the problem they're trying to solve is payment methods. So how do you quickly transact with someone else. They don't care about freedom they don't care about deflation or inflation any of that. They're only trying to make sure that their citizens keep using government currency and so they're looking at competition like bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. And they're saying we need to have something that looks like this but central bank digital currency really solves completely different problems. It's trying to be like bento and we already have been at obviously not everyone has been mo- it's only. Us company but like my point is that venlo doesn't solve the problem of money. It solves the problem of tipping sending five cents at a time. Speed that kind of stuff so those are less interesting problems to me. Because i think it's very easy to do that. Like you can do it through you can do it through ripple you could do it with an excel spreadsheet. Those are kind of simpler problems. That don't really need to be solved just yet. In my opinion. I think the biggest problem is does your money hold its value. And can your money be stolen from you through censorship or just confiscation. So you're not really a fan of these latest developments with pay pal. And how they're integrating it into their wallet. But you can't withdraw. Yeah so to me. That's not bitcoin. i mean. I'm a purist in that sense but i don't consider an iou to bitcoin..

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"sachin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"sachin" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Not wanting to gain any exposure to all coins or even things like if the do you think it ties back to specifically what you think about bitcoins value in being set in stone. There's not a limited amount of eat and even other coins they could potentially. They don't have that hard limit or at least people don't believe so. So what do you think. It's partially that. Bitcoin had a sort of immaculate conception another time i didn't invent but someone anonymous invented it and then he nurtured it and then disappeared and now no one knows who he is and no one can claim leadership of bitcoin. And that's not really true. Any other project ripple has a corporation behind it. It is sort of decentralized but we all know who's in charge. You can name a couple of names. Those people can alter the whole entire consensus mechanism at will but bitcoin. There is no like that and so it's a whole bunch of decentralized people who contribute code discuss code and then implemented on their own note. So at home i run my own node and that enforces the rules of bitcoin. And that's exactly how. Bitcoin works. And i think that's a lot more reliable for a company. I mean michael sailor top this. He looked at the segway and he's decided. Bitcoin is the only one that's worth sticking with. Because the community and the decentralisation. Bitcoin was proven beyond doubt and with that comes immutability. You know certain things about bitcoin are never going to change the monetary policy being most important but other things like blocksize or things are not going to be arbitrarily changed for the benefit of a few people. Yeah for sure. And i think because the network is so large and it's continuously improving. You see a lot of people kind of believe in the first thing they believe in which i think is fine. I think a lot of the other speakers at this conference a touchdown and a lot of different things. But i think talking to you one interesting thing is spend a lotta time not just analyzing the macro trends of bitcoin but actually keep up to date with a lot of the bids out there so one of my questions to you is a lot of people criticize bitcoin for not being as private as other things. So what is your response to that and maybe get into a little bit of some of the updates. But i know you're going to be doing a presentation on this so you don't have to get to details. But why do you believe that these privacy issues will be fixed to sound like a broken record. But i think it all comes back to money and you need to build a private system on top of a sound money and if you can build a perfectly private system but if you don't build it on top of sound.

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"sachin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:06 min | 7 months ago

"sachin" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"89 99 Casey Today in for dwelling for Sachin Stayed Schmidt show, Um Todd returns next week. So no stirred amiss. Obviously a hot topic any time you get to the end of the year, and you know, like most things when it comes to the collection of poetic quad trains, it's about Kind of a choose your own adventure. A lot of it's A lot of it is retrospectively applied and twisted and twisted. You know, it's that kissed her right? That's the one that they always bring up history, history history. And even though doesn't fit exactly it sounds enough like Hitler. So they can run the oil. We predicted Hitler. All right. So what are we looking forward to? In 2021? Could it be worse than the current 2020 hellscape? I don't know. Maybe Like a zoo. You dive into it in his writings, he mentions few young people have Ted to give a start. That's the thing about the quad trains. They're you know, they're decipher ble, but you could read that a zombie. So who knows? I guess if they're zombies, then you could go back and retrospect you know, retroactively apply that But also you could read that, as few young people have to give a start. Could talk about a slow financial recovery, where a bunch of people, especially those on the in the starting outside of the economy, are not quick to re embrace entering it. See how that works quickly. You can apply those and he goes on and on and on asteroids, famine and, ironically, a whole lot of things that can apply to what we're looking at Star go a little more into depth. They're here on the back half of this break because I might need a little more time. But we will get to that also will take the trip to New York to see what Anthony Cuomo Governor Cuomo is up to. On who's gonna get vaccinated next, It might surprise you and Andrew.

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Bytes and Pieces: Americas Chinese-Tech Attack

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:26 min | 1 year ago

Bytes and Pieces: Americas Chinese-Tech Attack

"As the heads of Amazon Alphabet facebook and apple were being berated in Congress, last month how many competitors did facebook ended up copying we called it Amazon heroin. Why does bny steel content from honest businesses tiktok the goofy funny video sharing app was having an altogether better time of it. Golden. Do. Not, so much anymore we're looking at Tiktok we may be banning TIKTOK. Thursday the trump. Issued a deadline of September twentieth for ending all American transactions bite dense to talks parent company as well as with. China's second most valuable, Tech Company ten cent with Para companies based in China apps like Tiktok we chat and others are significant threats to personal data of American citizens not to mention tools for CCP content censorship. China's government called the executive orders a nakedly hegemonic? act. By dense is looking for a fire sale buyer for some of its international Tiktok operations and it seems Microsoft is checking pockets. But the administration's zeal is likely to harm America's interests as well as the Chinese tech champions. We knew a band was in the offing at is still everyone by surprise Thompson booth is the economists technology and business editor I. Think most people were expecting president trump to wait until a a TIKTOK deal had gone through to reach a resolution on whether there would be a ban on not and it's also quite surprised that he's gone after we chat and tencent. And the reaction from the two companies has been quite strong. Bite dance has said that it's GonNa fight the executive orders in court. Well, as you say, there had been some expectations around Tiktok by dense. Why? Why was ten cents included in the end? Well there isn't a certain unfortunate logic to this. If you're going to say that you're concerned about Tiktok on national security and espionage grounds, you sort of have to be consistent and we chat has about nine hundred, million daily users in the US and the executive order basically bans people from making transactions on we chat which it's a sort of super APP. That is really widely used in in China and Chinese diaspora what is the trump administration's rationale for these orders? Do you think so the stated reason from the administration is the Chinese government is spying on Americans and hear the evidence is Circumstantial. So the worry is that Chinese spy agencies have stolen massive consumer data sets from various companies over the past ten years. So from Mariot Equifax anthem health insurance TIKTOK has been downloaded two billion times. It's the mother of data sets. There is no hard evidence that bite dance would ever cooperate in such an endeavor but the idea is that if you've got engineers with access to Tiktok by Don, service than the government could lean on them to get the information out. So that's the stated reason from the trump administration. Think that's enough for the American government to threaten to ban the APP. I gather from investors case to buy dance at the real reason is a level playing field issue as much as the spying concern. So one gathered that in particular. Mark, Zuckerberg of facebook has been outlining pointing out to trump that take talk is wildly successful in the US and yet facebook google than allowed into China. It's sort of the idea of why should tech top able to come to compete with us when we can't do so in the other direction? And as things stand now, Microsoft is the evidence suitor for for Tiktok operations at least in a in a few countries what's in it for them? I think for Microsoft is really stunning opportunity on their part. So bite dance reckons that the TIKTOK US asset is worth in the realm of two hundred billion dollars oversee the pudding, very generous estimate on that. So the price being talked about now that Microsoft might pay and that it's on the block for more life fifteen, forty billion. So it's just a real steel in terms of the price. I'm talking to the hottest social media property out there right now it's uses incredibly highly engaged and Microsoft you out of stroke gets into territory of the social, the digital media giants, and it gets a massive data set on teenagers daters the new oil. Attack, there is lots of sketches in the Microsoft just is kind of getting out of its core competence that it won't really know how to get and keep the teenagers. The other risk for Microsoft is just kind getting dragged into the Mile Strom of content moderation and hate speech and all this kind of stuff that attracts more political scrutiny and then regulatory scrutiny having said that Microsoft is regarded as a really high quality acquirer of businesses it generally tends to do it quite well. Microsoft. CEO Sachin Adela notably is currently probably regarded as the best big taxi. Oh so now we've got this deadline of September twentieth what happens between now and then Firstly, Microsoft going to carry on negotiating to try and buy Tiktok we're seeing more suitors for Tiktok on the scene over the weekend the reports that twitter is definitely interested I know that Netflix's on the coolest the venture capital backers of Bite Don's possibly even Disney I do think the likeliest thing is still the Microsoft probably strikes a deal just because it's got the deepest pockets will also be really interesting to see whether Microsoft manages to get more markets at. The moment, it's only going for the US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. It's not buying the UK having the actual executive order from trump will create more uncertainty around Tiktok and there's no doubt that it is already harming the asset. It's no joke said, the clock really is taking on that deal and what about ten cents? It's unclear. What ten cents is going to do it's unlikely to try and sell international we chat as by dance is doing with Tiktok. It's possible that it could come up with some kind of structure to address. US concerns. It's a complete unknown how tencent now is going to react but I guess the question is, is the right way for America to get its concerns addressed with a problem with. It so far as that feels completely sort of ad hoc on his whim. Really undermines investor confidence in the US is the place of the rule of law. And there are alternatives and I think there's three main steps that we would advocate versus to strengthen the vetting procedure that's already in place. So the Committee on foreign investment in the US surface that probes should stop properly and quickly. So in the case of Tiktok and musically the US APP that bike dance bought therefore triggering this whole situation, they took two years to start looking at it and then did it in a rush which guarantees Robert chaotic ad, hoc situation. And overwhelmingly, the US needs to tighten up its own data privacy regime. So the reason that tiktok is such. A worry in terms of spying theoretically is that US firms, your facebook's Google's and so on her normalized that the slurping just masses of personal data from Americans. So what's required is a strong federal data privacy law. The third element is displayed to you can do in. Terms of requiring transparency into the Algorithms being used auditing code that's coming in from overseas for now, the question for those two billion or so people who've downloaded tiktok whether their favourite platforms going to survive or whether the current chaotic procedure that has affected, the company will mean it. It's rivals take it over and teens leave. Thanks very much for your time Tamsin it's been a pleasure.

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"sachin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"sachin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Are J B Sachin Dola, the home of the window, boys. 3 53 traffic and weather together with several retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It's what they call the rush hour or too much. Yeah, it doesn't look like a rush on the expressway. Ben, I'll explain. South bound. It's just a complete standstill coming out of the tunnel. Now you finally get some speed. Is it clear the gas tank and now you're backing it shortly after Swan, Um Street. North pounds a tough go granted, have a passing upon zits circle. It's pretty slow coming up towards the tunnel to here we go. Ruth, three, South bound, has backed up a little coming off the expressway and then down after Route 18 but the real backup is farther south. It starts after Route 14 and Duxbury goes all the way down to Route 44 in Plymouth for 95 South is locked up before Route 24 down into Middleborough, almost five miles. It's a bad crash going on before Route 40 for you don't want to get stuck in that 1 28 South out, scrawling 1 35 in dead him down onto 93 north in Canton. There had been a breakdown in the high speed lane by room 1 38 It's gone up to the north, 1 28 North, usual delays coming up to Lexington and then more stopping the route 38 a past 93 will burn through one's off to a pretty good start. Well, I should say it's jammed coming up onto the Tobin Bridge. But then you're good from basically Chelsea a pin the Lynnfield Route 3 93 North Not so bad up towards for 95. This report, sponsored by Amtrak break in the new normal by catching up with old friends and tracks limited bookings that ensure for Space for a distancing strict mask on policy and enhanced cleaning protocols help to keep you safe when you're ready to travel and track is ready for you. Book now at Amtrak Dotcom, my king with W. P. Z's traffic on the three. Now we get a check of the four day actuated forecasts. Here's John part Little mostly cloudy tonight the low 66 few spots to see shower toward daybreak cooler for tomorrow. Mostly cloudy capital showers. Hi 75..

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‘Instead of Coronavirus, the Hunger Will Kill Us.’ A Global Food Crisis Looms.

John Rothmann

01:39 min | 1 year ago

‘Instead of Coronavirus, the Hunger Will Kill Us.’ A Global Food Crisis Looms.

"America's you but know front now what line with you the in know pandemic the what center workers somebody everyone like a hundred you knows and the hero thirty million dot doesn't com get more it recommends LOC that's and OK could less with go than hungry thirty me thirty in two but thousand you don't fifty have twenty to states insult me when you call that identifies that's himself were as told I part mean you of can our family of companies it's good are separate for people legal to entities hear I'm it the we've on experienced governance and management severe structures it's hunger good crises to be here before what's but gonna those Patty are regional calling from Travis and Air caused Force by base one factor another welcome to KGO extreme weather economic downturns wars hi yes No it's political candy instability but anyway the but I the just hunger jazz wanted crisis musician a polio who epidemic passed around away experts six AM say is global and Alex a crowd of a iris really big outlook and just caused like by that a Ellen multitude Johnson of with factors which and is that it's linked people to it's were the corona frightened not virus just KGO and we it's can't of get our sister pandemic people into crowds and take stations a nap in as the afternoon well and but the we'll ensuing do our best interruption a lot of the of economic second hand order washing hands and I remember David all the emails things and that did you a sudden we see loss got the in through Meryl income it Los for Vegas countless is going millions are to open casinos there still people I sure okay did a lot of who friends are unbelief already who living did get hand to mouth some and type of course of four are the one collapse you five a part of the eight oil of zero the prices disease eight zero American eight ten talent widespread shortages and and money of can't what hard do clean currency you think about people was in over every because tourism by the our is Canadian drying border up this insurance at all email for clean from Ron overseas and workers San she Jose not got having it and I enough can earnings please get to tell send a long you home because extension and that's cord how for ongoing polio your microphone spread problems like climate do you think change this is violence a danger so you could hide population in a safe dislocation place hello and and yes expand humanitarian of course your it's fear a disasters terrible danger to the sheep to our country in the bay area and however let the rest already of us get I back from believe to Honduras our lives that from most South doctors Africa last should from night India react I'm to a that calling another I I doctor I don't think and the we person protests on are the sheep and radio looting programs have broken out amid across and frustration I'm looking Dr at Sachin the from numbers the lockdowns this doctor and struck worries about person hunger I don't trust a them lot anyway of people have died your call that's why we're you know being the so truth careful I is do there's appreciate no shortage it of Ron food globally are you listening coverage options and the governors with a name I of your Mississippi don't price get tool it and Ohio it but should said be logistical what you the you same pick up given the thing problems phone me let the me pep know what you talk think about now some get of getting these callers out David there the food Miller hit the people four that professor one high is five note a difficult of also environmental eight zero the and same take thing zero mad to states eight do harmony ten health I'm that John at are all the struggling university Rothman the way to to of nationals contain Maryland the school we're outbreaks this gonna of public go to year the health news than traffic sorry we're and taking D. said then into opening the in account Romulans Ohio our restaurants own country report what as is what right with crazy about the here insurance where company on businesses and the KGO affiliates world are pricing expected coverage much to reopen limited by by state next law week this because is lavar Burton the with prison an important you're message all has report from sitting become the CDC I right corona one think on of this the top virus most is of something each worrisome update with other rotavirus outbreaks in the president country still we spreading need trump to think gave people about his with at and

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Microsoft plans to erase its entire carbon footprint since 1975

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

12:59 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft plans to erase its entire carbon footprint since 1975

"Microsoft announced that they plan to fight climate change with the gold becoming better than carbon neutral by two thousand thirty and they WANNA retroactively offset all the countries emissions from its entire history by twenty fifty. You know how I've been telling you. Wall Street subway cares about sustainability. Well I think that's part of the reason why mcso Stock Rally Free Bucks today. The Times they are changing cubs great track records investors a fortune in recent years so they now have the leeway to take a stand so a few moments ago. I sat down with great Sachin Adela. He's the bankable CEO of Microsoft in his first ever appearance on the show. Take a look so real reminding okay and we gotta talk about because this is a day where you basically redefined this company and became what I think is the capitalist leader doing something. That's maybe more important than than just earning per share. You're doing impact per share. Why I what thank you for being so awesome to have you here on campus? You're absolutely right. It's a big day. A in fact it's I would say a big decade in front of all of us and today's start. What is I think about our mission to empower every person in every every organization on the planet to achieve more the fundamental thing is? Let's put more depth to what achieve more looks like for the world to who us. It means we need of course as a company we need to be able to drive brought economic growth but it's just on economic growth. But it's about really having that core inclusive growth trust in technology and all that we do should lead to a more sustainable work and so today's announcements were that last part which is commitments rear making by twenty thirty to become become carbon negative. Do we in fact go back in history all the way to our founding in nineteen seventy five look at all of our energy consumption from electricity and other sources and and make sure that we recapture that and of course. We're also know that it's not just about what we do. It's the ecosystem and the innovation. We need breakthrough so even putting a billion dollars in an innovation fund. So we're very excited. We know it's a small part quite frankly. All of us remember to do to achieve more but unless assured small out twenty fifty. If you don't do these things what does it mean for both the planet and of course for Microsoft I mean the signs that think at this point is very clear if the the temperatures rise I think the impact. It's going to have unless talk about the economy. The economy all enjoy or the capitalist system that we all arleen joy. I think we'll fundamentally jeopardy if the planet which is the resource the factor of production that has fueled all of our capital else capitalist. Society will be dangerous to me. That's the existential priority. And for us as a company for now it is all about making sure the commitments is the start off then ensuring that we are living up to those commitments. So I think it's really twenty thirty twenty fifty that we're looking forward to doing part your rigorous stanton. Your company is rigorous about numbers. This is the first time I've heard anybody lay out an actual let's say yardstick. That's hard and it's not just for your company but your suppliers and even for the users of your technology. How can you enforce it? And what does it mean when someone says you know what the we're not playing ball look. This is not the first time we've done these things first of all. You're absolutely right. We have to be rigorous and it's not about making commitments or making claims. It's about fall through so for example when be changed some of the benefit policies Just say that anybody who works at Microsoft even if they are a vendor will get yet the parental leave or sick leave. We had to pay for it from piano because we fully expected that the companies that are employing these these people are probably not going to be able to increase wages. So in some sense we have account. We've done our homework. We know what our emissions are in both on all the scope scope one one two and three and we feel that. We've had a bottoms up plan on how we go about it. We were one of the things that has really helped us is the carbon tax which we introduced multiple years physicals has built an internal rigor sort of speak on. What does it mean hard to actually have a way to think about an accounting for carbon and then go after it go a little bit bigger than carbon you care about other values including carbon artificial intelligence? Many of us are worried that it can be he used for harm. Not just for good. You're thinking about what technology will mean. I've been talking about tech intensity city ice here that and I say I'm concerned the text too intense and powerful you walk but largest coming and use the things you're thinking about first of well let's I'm an optimist. Technology can make a huge difference. I mean think about it. It's the most malleable resource that we as humans. I've ever found a software right and to think about. This is a factor of production that changes in a precision medicine. Precision agriculture feed every body body right or connected cars connected factories. I think that this is amazing. If the technology in terms of computing is getting embedded in the real world artificial intelligence for example. I mean think about what the state of the art of whether it's reinforcement learning or this what we call multi modal large scale model training. It's essentially helping US discover new knowledge. That is not possible even before. And I'll take somebody with disabilities today with breakthroughs in computer vision for someone with visual impairment. They can interpret the world. Someone with dyslexia can read because of what I can provide. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't be clear eyed about the unintended consequences of let's say technologically driven unemployment or bias in any algorithm and so we have to counter onto that so take bias first of all we as a software company a building tools. Just like how we build tools in order to ensure that people don't have security bugs in software. We should say if anybody what he believe in the model how can they D- by the model and by the way the team we've learned the best reader debiasi modest have a diverse team building it in the first place. He's suzy so smart. And you won't be able to track the diversity unless you do some things we're talking about at the same time that you're doing all these things. You are a competitor. Now you have different styles from your predecessor. Who was oh golden? Good friend of mine from college. You are a cerebral lead by example person. But you're also competitive and when and watch your National Retail Federation piece. You mentioned it's Walgreens. You mentioned Walmart starbucks. Those are three gigantic retailers. You're still you're in a titanic battle against another company to get those customers and you also offer value position that aws. Doesn't I care about that. Tell people I mean first of all. I think what's happening in retail. It's pretty exciting. I mean if you think about it everyone. Twenty nine thousand nine has sort of realized that. What retail is it's about Omni channel retail? So you need the physical stores you need the online presence but most importantly you got to connect the two things seamlessly one of the things that I talked about was what how Walmart is completely changed. The game came around. How they're doing delivery so you can order my groceries? I can start going to the store. It given the geofencing features their I o t Essentially inside the store wakes up. Make sure that things get back fresh and is really for delivery. So it's the best example Walmart taking their physical assets that digital digital capability and we're partnering with them. Same thing with Walgreens what they WANNA do. Even for chronic care management like diabetes or what marks and Spencers is done by essentially taking the store and making it a computer embedded computing. So this is one of the fascinating thing is people places and things are increasingly having digital twins this and since a digital infrastructure is more malleable. You can predict things. Automate things gain insights are like unprecedented raised. How'd you Guinea's Guinea's Azure when I saw you last? You made bold claims. I said at the time of how much money you could make with Azure. You've vastly exceeded them. Even as some of us were pleased. Who is this man? How did you see it? How did you know and how much of the future will be quite frankly? It's sort of the guy who gave me permission to do all this. Well Steve Bomber. If you think about it he wanted us to be bold and go at the cloud very aggressively. And that's what we did and one of the key things Jimmy did was. We didn't even think about azure separate from Microsoft three six five or dynamics three six five or now even xbox live or ex Ex Club we had a vision AFL Europe computing infrastructure structure and platform company. What is that next generation? We and by the way I was always grounded on the fact that it will be distributed computing infrastructure. It's the cloud doc and the edge for example. One of the fascinating. Things is is to talk about the edge. In fact I even started talking about the cloud and the edge probably four years ago and people say. What's he talking about except for now? It is conventional wisdom. That's what it takes. I think you have to have conviction on where the world is going. Make sure you bet long before anybody gives you credit credit for it and then of course execute and that's what we've done in every layer of the stack the infrastructure level platforms of service SAS layer. And that's that's what we're doing. Do you think that the marketplace will continue to pay as much as it does for your perfect execution for instance stop four hundred and ten percent return since as you start one point. Four trillion dollars will be some executives at major foreign firms funds. That say you know what I'm not going to buy that stock tears too much much about these things war will. The world changed so much that if you don't care about these mandates you're stock's GONNA go down. It's a great question. I mean you know you and I were talking before we got on the air which is You know there's this great book by Colin Mayor Called Prosperity and he talks about what is a corporation ration- and the corporations purpose is to find profitable solutions to the problems of people and planet. Okay profitable is the key would but problems is the other keyword for people and planet I so I think what happens is if you're creating a lot of profit and cree end creating more problems for for planet or people. I think it'll catch up with you so in some sense the way I look at it and say. Hey let's go after the core of what we're doing it's not about carrying about a funeral. Well things are shareholders. I always saying our shareholders are the ones who are giving US permission to be able to think about whether it is the affordable liberal housing order. That it's the carbon it's our shareholders who care as much about this as anyone else and they permission and therefore we are accountable to them to execute execute on these commitments. We make and that's good for business. It's interesting look twenty. Eight times earnings one of the highest both sort of the highest multiple for any of the plus one one hundred hundred billion companies because they want you to have that permission other issues in tech that use spoken about that are. Let's say on a hot griddle right now. Privacy Apple versus the Justice Department corporations upholding things. That aren't necessarily the constitution. There's nothing about privacy. Obviously the constitution sadly I think versus a government that is intrusive once again. We've got situation. Government wants coal you know. Coal government wants intrusion. Corporations corporations want privacy. Where do you come down these first of all? We're clear that both things matter here. The two things being privacy as a citizen as a user. I care deeply about privacy and as a citizen I also care about public safety right so both of these have been balanced and I think we have to come up with legislative mechanisms for that things like back doors and so on just bad ideas but like the cloud act which is a completely different carell. Today is actually a good first step in terms of having the legal framework for how we can in fact protect the privacy of anybody anybody who has data in the cloud and yet have the ability for any law enforcement agency to issue legal warrants. So we now have to have a technical technical and a legislative breakthrough around what is considered personal information. That's not in the cloud and so. I think that this is something that we will have to work out.

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"sachin" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"sachin" Discussed on Mixergy

"I'm telling you showing you what we said and if you are hell bent on writing whatever it is you help intern writing a decision. Look I think the the most wanted the android especially for I guess entrepreneur. You have to just issue that. Everybody's Monica is not going to be good news and you know as long as you're honest to shape would would. You'll see threat. I plan to be a real jerk with the headline of this guy. Him SACHIN admits build is not being built by. Ah No I saw your face even screwing around with you I really I I. I was very suspicious. Model in the beginning. I said how much can you really take these building. Guoxin put together And I held off on doing the interview until I saw that there was real like frankly revenue behind this thing and obviously you're building real customers and I want to understand Dan how you did it. I think the model makes a lot of sense. I do see that a lot of a lot of software now is essentially the same. I think you've used some basic examples the log in screen. But I'll go further and say when I when I talked entrepreneurs they often want me to say we are the X of y right. We are the cracks of Of of video editing until they get their model right and until they get their own naming. It's it's easier to say here's what I'm trying to do. I see that before who was. I can't remember the name of the company but this guy I said I hate buying billboard billboard ads for the company I work for is got to be a better piece of software and he just went online and he's done some marketplace software. DECIDE WE'RE GONNA start with that and then improve improve you guys are taking it. A step further are the website is builder dot A. I.. For anyone who wants to go check them out I'd love to hear from people who signed up. I apparently only after last interview. People signed up no commission off of that. But I'd love to hear from anyone who's built anything Or had builder DOT AI. Build anything for them. I'm fascinated by this company. I'm fascinated data by use oxygen. You've built several companies before And I hope to have you back on again to see how this shakes out. I'd love to do you do the interview. When you sell this company? I feel like it. You're either going to sell it or you're gonNA take it public and adapt point. You're going to not respond to me. Will you agree to at least a.

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"sachin" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"sachin" Discussed on Mixergy

"Then. What's the process for getting somebody on call with a sales person? Where does it start from is it are? Are they doing outbound. Or you're saying that you found him. Yeah so we have about. I think about seventy five thousand visitors to sites nights on different landing pages in different sites. We then have people chat conversations with us so that the inbound within a foreign fellow submitting outbound bouncier mid companies about where our teams are reaching out to customers and getting new side of of the journey showing them downstream processes. Use The Q.. out and we expect me gene if they're interested in you want to build something and from spectacle is usually a fifty percent conversion. Wait what's the. What was the first part of marketing qualified? The what's that so we have an email address Asahara fight phone number and they haven't accountability so that is if I go into your website and I started going through the builder I put in my contact information. I am now qualified at thou- cursing at that point. It goes to a sales person. Yes who knew how pretty street almost always within the same day. We're actually. She's trying to get it down to one hour but right now within the twenty nine the same day somebody fills it out. That means that their contact information goes I'm guessing into salesforce and it gets a scientist somebody to start making phone calls right we have we have a different. CRM system so it goes into the CRM system. We use those here that we have systems that runarounds over and they do lead scoring so we score. That means surfing. The numbers is absolute auto. Dramatically gets treated top-scored items. Go to the top of the funnel.

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"sachin" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"sachin" Discussed on Mixergy

"The second thing is ultimately people learn about the next idea of building a car inform experiences whether whether it's a building a full idea or actually building prototypes to tax. What we're allowing people to do is build faster faster faster and cheaper so they could go as far as building a prototype having a competition without product explicit and realized that what they wanted to build probably needs some tweaking they could go as far as building in? AP of a minimum set of features getting it out the door and a couple of months attesting that and then realizing ising that they wanted to pivot or adjust competitive agency. Susan way you're sort of in the run right the way through for opera up it's allowing only people too Now he's he did start off by building area. Say Uber for people that want to give the photographs with their videos and the building in. API that will be something that we've dealt with a number of times customers on a realized that the case is usually realized that the Bilton Mb Bureau prototype title foster and much more efficient. So I decided I wanted to create an air not AIRBNB. Let's say Uber for video. The way that I just described why did I remember. I went through some of the material on your website. What I would do is just go through and start checking off boxes saying what I want filling in some forms describing it and you guys would give me a price? I think something like that from what I saw my cost me. Twenty five thousand dollars right so I think it depends right and so when you're a small business and say you're building a private jets. Let's we may be actually running Templates with a with a huge price advantage. Because we're trying to get a hundred CHATA companies thousand toxic abuse to build the same thing the same on the situations. You may be building like you said before biographers. which is the price media by trying? Because what you're doing is you're company is saying I want to build an Uber retenue features in it which features are which you think. A fractional hostage feature point is way giving the maximum price if if you happen to stop at two weeks or you stuff only the MVP or a prototype. You're not on the twenty five thousand dollars. You're only on the hook for the week. Pecos US ever wondering searches with With if it costs if it costs more you guys pay whatever and you keep bills. Are I think what you're saying to me is Andrew. You can always adjust if you need to but my response to that would be in his case. He had to build out the thing to see that. That's not where enough money and enough repeat business was and then you'd have to rebuild it and what you're telling me is if you went to shop you'd probably have to pay even more to have the first version. Asian built out. And then when he wanted to rebuild he'd have to pay again more to have killed and probably wait longer than it would be with you and what you WanNa do is reduce the cost so they. It's it's still gonNA cost something to scrap the first version and move on to something else but it's not gonNa cost as much as working with an agency so then let me compare it to an agency but compared to hiring a hiring your own team right. I mean if he's in the business of being a software company why wouldn't he need have the team internally to build a stuff so after everyone's in the company the company now whether it's retail store or corner shop or somebody with an idea. I think one of the things that we realized of the next seven years especially every company he's going to be rated on. Its use of software tech companies around in the top by the next powder The competitive advantage like Uber is offering services and software engineer. Digitally started about answer when someone like..

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"sachin" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"sachin" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Sachin America's like we don't want, we don't want it, so dumb. I we only it we just gave us the heads vers resides weird or the arm. We'll have like one part of it. And then we didn't have like a padded stool, we didn't have something to put it on it. They're like, here's a statue. But you gotta figure out some gonna put it on. They had to like fun, raise. There was like some wealthy, somebody who would really wanted to any was like advertising donate a penny of risk pennies. Yeah. Wow. This article came to me through the Washington Post and for those of our listeners that are in New York, or people that are going to be traveling to New York. There's a new museum. That's dedicated to this actual liberty, right? I swear to God when I was a little kid we went to visit the statue of liberty, and I got the sit in its head, but I could be a fever dream. But I swear you actually go up to the head that is the thing. That's what happened. Right. Got that one, right. Okay. Yeah. All I've seen her feet. So you got me on that. I mean, okay these next two ones. I don't know if you're pulling James trying to trick me because I was reading some and this goes to show you guys everybody finished reading article 'cause I was reading an article that flicks, it was so long as I was reading article this morning on Bolger. And they're saying, like, who's, like who's getting out of Georgia who's not who's staying in rand. I scroll the I was just law article now. Together because that flicks like some of those shows are still staying in Georgia, but they're also looking to donate some of their they're going to be joining some of their proceeds to some of their shows ozarka SOGA film there..

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"sachin" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"sachin" Discussed on Mixergy

"And then it would say all right now, not only did your friend Sachin get this data updated. Do you want to update your address book just just become an account member? Then you become an account member. And suddenly everyone on your Email list with start getting that message asking them to update their contact information your address book, and when insanely viral you're saying you kind of learn from that I'm looking at an early version of your site where you typically said you can actually get reminded to follow up with someone within a week a month, or once I guess once a quarter or something like that the thing that stood out for me was number one that it was that's show was in a bunch of blogs because people did write about it. But number two Susan sue is on their Andrew Chan is on there. How did you know these people these are not that they're? On their their like models on the site. You showing your address book and how it could be used. What's your connection to Susan sue and Andrew Chen? So actually, I'm married to enter ten sister. Okay. So when I first moved to the Valley, I actually got to meet end drew a through Asia. And it was kind of awesome helpful way to kinda get plugged into. The valley's always been a huge supporter of everything. Ada in. I've worked hard and through Andrew I actually met Susan sue, and Brian Balfour and kind of a bunch of the other kind of growth focus people Andrew Chan has been a guy who's written about viral marketing and had really insightful opinions about tech companies. And now, he's a partner in recent Horowitz, isn't he? Yeah. That's right. Do you spend time actually talking to him in private about about your work? Or does it feel a little too weird? No all the time. We love geeking out intact. He do we're constantly geeking out about what he's working on the venture cider our startup and his ideas growth. And you're constantly spending time thinking about how do we kinda dull down at our growth in? No joy. And he's been a huge help for that. What's good idea that he's given you, you know, a lot of it has really just been about how do you bake in rally in the product from day one? You saw it right? When you went through the online experience sign up for no joy had he get people to invite from day one. If you use G suite on to go through that on by in mind that on boarding process and even recommend people, but you might want to invite. And so we're spending a lot of time reducing the friction of sharing mickan sharing his easiest as possible not as a growth hack, but really as something that's built into the product from day one as a core aspect of experience. I had asked you personal question. Totally fine. Andrew this just out about. But with Andrew Chen being your brother-in-law, do you ever feel like your your wife is kind of comparing you to Andrew success? And if you're not meeting it that maybe she's like not beat with someone who's successful. You feel that way at all. Or is that just me and my head? No, no, not at all. I think the things that eight and I really lined on is. I think I think success for different people means different things. And I think eight Anaya really kind of as I mentioned earlier on this path to self actualization. And actually what we realized is that it's not just about kind of making the most money or having the most success. But during away that's hundred percent, align with your values such that you're spending your time every day doing what you love as opposed to. You know, what that is? You know, I think it's been a long journey for me. Obviously, I was lucky enough early in my life to know. That software engineering was my passion. But it's really been kind of this iteration of getting to the point of realizing that entrepeneurship is my passion, not just building software. But then even doing in this specific way, right? Like, we're super lean team. We've bootstrap we think that actually gives us freedoms. And we of take advantage of those freedoms. It's been through a journey of going through different startups working at large companies like Microsoft, and Lincoln and enjoying it realizing it wasn't my ultimate dream to really find that..

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"sachin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"sachin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Nine twenty four seven. we go more Handel on the law. Marginal legal advice. Hey, alex. Hey, Alex, either. Yes, sir. Right. So. The property. The my mom was ramping the company came in and body started doing construction property with my mom in it. Well, said, oh, I didn't want to do anything because I'd been out to her case. But now that you said I'll I fell on the property and I hurt my ankle. Okay. What do you mean? Settle her case. I don't quite understand does she have a case. What was that case with with that company, and they already settled with her? Okay. And you didn't you didn't wanna get involved until that was over. Correct. Exactly. All right. So when did you fall relative to now how what the time span about a year? Yeah. You okay. Okay. So I hurt myself pretty bad. I had to go to hospital I was off work, and I haven't been the same ever since I feel a little bit. I think I might need therapy. But I never I never did anything. Okay. I'm assuming they're long gone, right? The company. The property, but they finished all the construction. The construction is history. Yes. All right. Did you take pictures at the time of a lotta pictures? And what you're saying is that I think I have it. So what is your question? How long do I have you got a couple of years Sachin limitations a couple years, you're well within the statute don't worry about that? The only issue is going to be why did you wait a year and the insurance company for the for that company is going to add that to their argument as to why they shouldn't pay you pay you less, but. If you have all the proof in the world, and you say just didn't want to get involved until after the case that's legitimate. Now. Now, what is their negligence you fell down on what? All kinds of while. I was forty four my mom gave there was kind of debris out all over the place. And and then I was taking pictures fell on their degree. They. We're taking pictures, and then while you were taking pictures you fell in the debris. Yes. All right. So you're taking pictures of the debris and then falling on the debris. Correct. Fact, laura. Well, here's a defense. Hey, you were so involved in in paying attention to the debris that you were taking pictures of the debris yet you fill in the debris. You think there's a little negligence on your part? That's what I would argue and say, not only are you a well, not only is considered a nuisance that you were aware.

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Sachin Adela, Sketchers Footwear and CEO discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Sachin Adela, Sketchers Footwear and CEO discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"Products and cloud services grew up twenty four percent. It was seventeen before right now we've, got Microsoft shares after hours up by about six tenths of one percents CEO, Sachin Adela by the way overseeing steady growth in the, company's Azure and office. Three sixty five cloud businesses very different story at sketchers footwear retailer shares plunging after a disappointing report shares down now by about twenty one percent down day on Wall Street s. And, p slumping eleven lower by four. Tenths of one percent the Dow down one hundred thirty, four down five. Tenths of one percent NASDAQ down twenty nine zero four tenths of one percent Tenure up. Nine thirty seconds yield two point eight three percent.

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Dubai, Bellwether Emaar Properties and Saudi Arabia discussed on BTV Simulcast

BTV Simulcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Dubai, Bellwether Emaar Properties and Saudi Arabia discussed on BTV Simulcast

"A quick recap of how some of these regional equity markets fared the upside than in dubai coming from the bellwether emaar properties at a one month high by one point six three upside you got a bit of different story barely today upside in saudi arabia up about a tenth of one percent lookout for industries qatar jumping over four point one percent also q and be pulling the index higher about two point one percent we get into the cutler story in more detail shortly let's check in on the latest business flash headlines again cross how people in mac yvonne thank you microsoft seven and a half billion dollar purchase of get hub we'll give it access to a community of twenty eight million programmers as extends a transition a wave a strategy of developing software in secret ceo's sachin adela has been trying to convince them it's ready to embrace the open source coding that former boss steve balmer had described as a cancer that went against the american way of doing business think about microsoft always been a developer first company up how we got started with the developer tools for the al and now we're all in an open source and so with that really the coming together or microsoft makes a lot of sense for us the british government is selling seven point seven percents stake in royal bank of scotland reducing its majority holding a decade after the financial crisis and monday's closing price a stake was worth about two point six billion dollars or three and a half billion us dollars during the financial crisis the government injected more than forty five billion pounds into arby s then the biggest banking bailout in the world bubba warnings about tech stocks may be getting louder but goldman sachs is still bullish strategist peter oppenheimer and john j songs say that a light that technology mania of the nineteen ninety s most of the industry's current success can be explained by strong fundamentals revenues and earnings rather than speculation about.

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"sachin" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"sachin" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Your dream he was like i said it was a firefighter he didn't even want to get you know in this he was a firefighter but he volunteered it took two airmen from his thing to go through the training descend over there he was stationed up in washington he volunteered to go there like he wasn't picked so i know he wants to be there and do good and i know he what does he think about these people who are saying that that assad did not was staged our caller paul who said that's what kind of enrage me as a parent or somebody who's there and they're and they're watching their kids get these chemicals dropped on them and all their kids wanna do is brooklyn knows what sachin would've turned into maybe one of those kids should have been an amazing person you know like observer fake and people just let their children die for for propaganda is ridiculous to me that takes us mind to believe that like or very what do you call it like a jaundiced view and someone who's a partisan who has got a dog in the fight who just wants to believe a certain narrative paul thank you for your call and we pray for your son safety and thank him for his service it's an honor to talk to you i can't imagine the emotion the feelings that you have and i'm so honored that you called to share them with us and if you're tuning in to hear the la kings go to kabc.

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"sachin" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"sachin" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

"Now it's also interesting too because where when i got the book i saw final frictional cashier you're going with this and there was a focus on this idea of what you call passion brandon that sort of troops me down the the kevin roberts from sachin sachy loved marks world like is jeff trying to reposition what a well like brand is what what's the what's the sorta is this this this modern version of a loved mark which again like i don't know if you knew that book but like kevin roberts aren't i loved it i thought it was such a great execution so smart saw that but there are a lot of people who really work of flying at this idea like someone's trying to like reclassify what a great brandis yeah you know we actually were influenced by that book and it's the same publisher in what we like army in what we liked about the book is also i was a nerd in you know what i loved about that book it was highlyvisual in nature and i looked having that book and i loved picking up that book in flipping through that book in in taking snack 'able bite out of it and you know that book i don't know making came out five to ten years ago we saw there was certainly some dna we wanted to pick up from that but we wanted to have more substance to it so that's much more smack snack bowl bitesize 100 word pieces we have you know we've got some of that but there is also like two thousand word chapter all about neuroscience a two thousand word chapter on united speeds do some very specific case studies and and by the way we didn't want to put any of our clients into it either it we didn't want it to be a puff piece about ourselves so we wanted to take baid dna of the highlyvisual nature but then take it to the next level in terms of substance.

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"sachin" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"sachin" Discussed on WLOB

"Friday's arrest not until you commit a felony this is only a misdemeanor sachin fivestar general run my own outfit hm my application the xe yes uh fail if we ever open a recreation center election no outside where things were milder i lit up a camel and tried to think of something spot then i began looking around for a cab and that was my first mistake to boki farm slid and behind me and we walk indian tile for a few steps when we reach the alley i turned around to see what might be oh that was my second mistake i didn't have time to make any more already frank him down the sally now prop up against the wall i hope we don't chip none of these bricks with his head it diamond i know it's hard for the see right now but can you hear me you've got a lot of punching a delivery a get it oh i found him yet it before i just got at them i just get one thing to say mind your own business mine jurong business mind jurong best mine jeweler room business.

"sachin" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"sachin" Discussed on talkRADIO

"That funnel of new caroline caroline him which is with us from the money advice service is there any sense in which people need to be may be responsible because tim shutting what happened she was nothing in these controls simply an accident but i do wonder where the people for example when you said if you've access to credit card you should not always might that you'll i poach political with you think you've usually a credit card for something you wouldn't know we spend on is that when people should contact you guys here at the moment the e e hot the event that subset you'll that the balance of your household finances stops the point at which death advises would love to speak to you and typically what we say he's the people firefighting they did exactly what tim sachin a sense of responsibility to try and keep carrying an battle on is all too common and it's such a shame because data advises on just valuable than nevertheless a crisis they can deal with a crisis and they can deal with it well much rather see people at the first sign of difficulty so that they can had there's problems are best price basically that it with them if you're changing your financial behavior or changing and feel folks they change all eu budget your household income that's the tone to us for help yeah and you know if if if if if the balance of your income and expenditure is is out of kilter for any reason whether that's because something that's that's happened like it to taming had an accident to it meant he couldn't work whether it's just that your your household squeezed we've had headlines recently about inflation rising wages on keeping track quick that you know how household budgets have for the last ten years or more open increasingly squeezed said if if you become aware that maybe he does this team which meant the end of the money you now you've just always seemed to be juggling you've always seemed need to pull essential living costs on credit at some point and that's a really cool point which to have a look you'll finance says and seek help if you feel that unita too much month at the end of the money that's a great way to put it thank you very much indeed.

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