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"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:45 min | 2 d ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With Bloomberg radio at the smeed investor oasis conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. Shares of Occidental Petroleum, they are up by about two tenths of 1% sticking with commodities Newmont shares fell after the top gold miner, made of $17 billion proposal to take over Australia's new crest mining in what would be the world's biggest gold deal, Newmont down by about 4.8%, shares of new crests there up by 12.6% again recapping stocks lower, S&P down 26 dropped their of 6 tenths of 1%. I'm Charlie palette that is a Bloomberg business flash. All right, Charlie, thank you so much. So safe to say we are all a bit obsessed with chat. All right, since Microsoft's $10 billion investment, we are hearing about it in earnings calls, Google did their own. Albeit much smaller AI deal. We talked about it with Kathy wood last week. And then there is a Bloomberg businessweek story that you can find online that definitely takes it into account. The RT put chat GPT to the test on a Wharton exam with more we've got Dimitri kissing, a senior editor at Bloomberg news on the phone in New York City along with the editor of Bloomberg businessweek Joel Weber in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio. So Joel, how did I chat GPT do on that warden exam? Well, we're going to find out. I do think just in general, it is causing existential crises everywhere you look. Right. I speak for yourself, man. Yeah, it's all going to be great. And I think an MBA or test in general I've heard from some professors who were like, I've had to upend my entire curriculum to account for chat GPT. So that proving that an AI program didn't actually do the student's homework. AI, my homework, I think we'll get used to it. So take us to Wharton and the professor who you based this story around. Yeah, I mean, I think those are all good points. Christian turley teaches at Wharton and, you know, it started as kind of a fun conversation over the holidays with his sons who both have dealt with other AI programs, we're intrigued by our B schools coverage sometimes is about research that can feel very out of touch with what's going on in the real world and professor turvey was very quick and nimble to say, hey, let me see what this thing is about all the hubbub. Let me give it an exam that I've given to my students. It did quite well as it above average. It got a B minus. But it is not, you know, the context of a business school course and a business school exam is not the kind of context in which you know students can realistically put the chatbot to take the exam for them. That's not to say that the concerns of educators across the country as the professor noted to me are not legitimate. I mean, there are many educators with far fewer resources than a Wharton professor who do have to contend with the reality of how students are going to use this. He used this as a way to see what it's all about, and then as a way to say, hey, this is very powerful. It's doing quite well. It's answering in ways that legitimately might pass as a student, how can we use something like this more creatively in our classroom? Our job as educators is to really think about how to bring education along and be more creative and really spark imagination. And so this is the first step of this one professor in trying to do that. Did the professor give you any idea how he would actually use it in a classroom? Well, I mean, he gave me an idea off of something that we talked about in the conversation, like let's say he was teaching philosophy, for example, not business, but you can swap out people. And I mentioned this in the Q&A and he says, you know, I want you to go back to your libraries and to your apartments and research, you know, the work we study on Satya or Camus are to write me a 500 word essay on the differences between these two. You know, they might go home and decide to have chat, GBT, write the paper for them. But what he might do that would be even more effective is have cat GBT really engage in a conversation. That's what these chatbots do. With students and step in as the philosophers, the French philosophers, and do something that might spark some more creative ideas with the students. And so he as the professor could certainly be in a position to introduce the use of the chatbot in that way. Dmitri, I got to jump in for a second because how did it do when it came to which I bet the whole student body universe is saying, I hope it can do math. How did you do on math? They don't do well on math, at least in this instance. And he said that that's something that I think we see that across the universe of stories that have been done by Bloomberg and many others. What you said is true, everybody's kind of in a frenzy about this right now. Mathematics that did not do well. And I mean, professor turris was very funny about that. I mean, it's like you're a computer dude, like you can't actually put some numbers together. And in fact, numbers is where it was really tripped up, and it was more in language that it was far more impressive. And in logic and application of logic. So it was all around super surprising to him. I think that he as well as many others who are engaging with Chet. She'd be too right now. It's a little tough to do. You go to the website. It's so popular. There are so many users that generally what you're going to get is a message that says check QPD is at capacity right now. So you get to try it because the world is trying catchy BT. But he did it. He did it quickly. He wrote a paper and he said, I was really impressed and I think I'm going to try to think more creatively about how to use this. And I think that in that context, I mean, I want to be clear, we came at it with a very specific sort of context of B schools, teaching business, teaching case management, and so on. You know, there's probably going to be space for something like this. It will emerge in time. I don't think that we have the answers right now in terms of like this semester how it's going to a stand in for something in the curriculum. We're not there yet. But this is B minus. Take that computer. Not a D. But also, yeah. I mean, everything's on a curve in business school anyway. Kind of doesn't matter. There you go. So one of the things that stuck out to me, Dimitri was him saying, we are not running out of work. But what is shifting is the efficiency frontier. And I'm curious, you know, this would be an optimistic take, I think, on Chet GBT, but what is it? What is the potential here in a classroom? I mean, again, I think that there are ways he thinks to use it and engage it to be added and I hate to use the word additive. But to engage brains and students in the way that there isn't time enough in the classroom, but it's to extend the learning that's already happening. You're going to the Internet. You're looking for videos of things as it is. You're looking up resources. So this might take it to another level in which it's not as passive though. It might be more active. He does have a far more, let's say, positive and optimistic view, which is that these things should be seen as tools that are very innovative and technologically advanced that we should not really be so fearful of them as replacements for actual people in many settings. I mean, Dimitri, you wrote this Q&A, not chat GPT. Are you sure, though? I'm not sure. Did a robot do this interview? The big secret. It's so funny. I mean, I was just reading an interview that a former colleague of mine from a time I worked at a company called the American lawyer. He did a Q&A with chat. And just posted it on LinkedIn. And he's asking tachypnea like, if Mikey wants

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"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | Last month

"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bloomberg business week podcast, a conversation with Bloomberg businessweek senior editor at Brett beegan on the Bloomberg 50. I would say that the biggest theme that emerged is the tentacles really that the war in Ukraine had. So we have obviously volodymyr zelensky is on the list. But then when you start to look into other industries, you see people in the finance world like Dolly Singh, who was the architect of the sanctions regime against Putin. He's on our list. And then I would say it was also sort of hard to avoid what's going on in crypto and the winter. So we had some familiar names like Serena Williams, who's raising money, including investing in some crypto stuff. People like Katie Han and up until about a month ago, we thought we were going to have someone with the initials SPF on the list. But what about putting his replacement John rayon instead? My favorite, though, Brett is Bad Bunny. Yes. For those who are not going to explain that one to me. Reggaeton, man. Oh, okay. There you go. That bunny is kind of fascinating. You know, he sort of emerges in the pandemic from he's really sort of first recognized when he was a teen for his work on SoundCloud. And has been an incredibly prolific musician in the last couple of years. And it really culminated this year in him selling more tickets to concerts and having the number one album of the year when he had competition from some huge names Harry Styles, Beyoncé, BTS, et cetera. So no one had a bigger tour this year and no one had a bigger album this year

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"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:36 min | 2 months ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pass through U.S. airport checkpoints last Sunday, according to transportation security administration data. We're talking about the TSA. That's the most in a single day since before the COVID-19 pandemic up about four and a half percent from the same day last year again, according to the TSA. Still, a little one day tally fell about 11% shy, the same figure in 2019. That's when 2.88 million travelers were screened with a look at the travel seen this past weekend and what may be to come. A Bloomberg market senior editor Mike Regan and Carol spoke with priceline CEO Brett Keller on the heels of a cross country flight to the east coast. The plane was completely packed, you know, a little bit of a delay coming into New York, but overall, you know, the Thanksgiving period of travel across the country was very smooth. You know, Bret obviously inflation spend the hot topic all year. I'm wondering what you're seeing as far as prices in the travel hotel, airfare, that sort of thing. Are they rising as much as CPI would suggest something like 7 8%? Actually a little hotter than that. Depends on whether you're booking a flat or booking a hotel, but they're both up on the hotel side. Prices up 7, 8% versus where they were a year ago today. So a little less in the CPI. But when you look at flies, they're closer to 15 to 20%, especially if you're flying overseas. So with the cost of jet fuel, you know, really up 50% where it was a year ago. That's pushing prices higher along with labor costs. And consumers seem to be shaking off those higher prices. They continue to prioritize travel over other purchases and are really hitting the road. So here at priceline, you know, we're really seeing good, healthy travel demand. We October actually accelerated from where it was in August and September, as we look into next year, patterns seem to be holding up, at least so far. So are we back at 2019 levels based on what you're seeing off your platform, Brett? Yeah, we're very close on the hotel front. If you just look at industry data broadly for the hotel category, they're occupancy rates are just about where they were in 2019. Maybe a percentage point below, but very healthy. On the flight side, even higher in the 90s in terms of capacity utilization. So things look pretty good in the industry right now. And consumers no longer have any COVID concerns, especially here in domestic travel in the U.S. and we're seeing a really strong demand into Europe. And now starting into Asia as they've lifted restrictions there. Let me just a follow on that. So I am always curious, Brett, on a platform like yours. I mean, how much visibility do you have looking out? Is it a couple of months? Is it 6 months? Is it 12 months? What kind of visibility do you have in terms of what the environment might be for travel heading into 2023? Sure. Well, the average booking window for a consumer booking out into the future is usually pretty close in two, three to four weeks. That's really where most of the bookings happen. But we do see well into the future. People will book out two, three, and four months for certain types of vacations. And so that's a good proxy for what we're seeing. And so far, that data looks pretty good. Things are still relatively healthy as we look into the future into first quarter of next year. So demand again appears to be holding up. And we'll see where it goes from there. But so far, we're happy with how things are playing out in the travel space. You know, Brad, I think probably a lot of listeners hit your site, looking for a deal. Of course, or any tips on how to save a few bucks in this holiday season, considering prices of everything are higher, are there any sort of tricks of the trade you

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Gerrymandering Committee Proved Ineffective for Republicans

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Gerrymandering Committee Proved Ineffective for Republicans

"I learned that the Republicans put a committee together To look at gerrymandering in the states and who among others was on this committee This guy seems to be behind everything and is a serial loser For us conservatives in the Republican Party Who was behind this too Cut 7 go They've vaccinated A senior editor at the nonpartisan cook political report said that New York's proposed map was such an effective gerrymander that it only wasted democratic votes in a few isolated places Even then we're stopped there for a second So it judges looked at this and told New York to fix it they really wouldn't and so they throw it out So it turns out New York turned out well But the rest of the country other than Florida in New York turned out very poorly for the Republicans Very poorly Go ahead It's a brutal map for Republicans Our guys just don't get it And I don't know about you but I felt relieved I thought were Lee when I saw Karl rove I think it was one of the Sunday shows where it's not mine I don't really remember it It was on one of the Sunday shows Because we all know Carl rove is the architect It was the architect of the 2006 Senate blowout by the Democrats And the great victory By George W. Bush in 2000 Which was ultimately decided via the Electoral College Nonetheless he's apparently on some committee that is helping to fight on the gerrymandering issue mister Purdue so that scares the crap out of me

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Tulsi Gabbard Says She's Leaving the Democratic Party

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:31 min | 4 months ago

Tulsi Gabbard Says She's Leaving the Democratic Party

"Am delighted to welcome our guest today Jack the sobic. Jack the Soviet is a political commentator and a senior editor at human events. Jack, thanks for joining us. Danielle, thanks so much for having me. Congrats to you, by the way, filling in for the big man while he's away. Yes, thank you, Jack. Yes, the big man, not the big guy, because I don't want to be a guy. Little hunter. Absolutely. Aw, well, thank you, Jack. Well, Jack, you have such fascinating insights, so I want to start by getting your reaction to Tulsi Gabbard recently posting on her Twitter that she's leaving the Democrat party. Listen, I can no longer remain in today's Democratic Party that's under the complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers who were driven by cowardly wokeness, who divide us by racializing every issue and stoking anti white racism, who actively work to undermine our God given freedoms that are enshrined in our constitution, who are hostile to people of faith and spirituality, who demonize the police, but protect criminals at the expense of law abiding Americans, who believe in open borders who weaponize the national security state to go after their political opponents and above all who are dragging us ever closer to nuclear war. Now, I believe in a government that's of the people by the people and for the people. Unfortunately, today's Democratic Party does not. Instead, it stands for a government that is of by and for the powerful elite. Now, I'm calling on my fellow common sense independent minded Democrats to join me in leaving the Democratic Party. If you can no longer stomach the direction that the so called woke Democratic Party ideologues are taking our country, and I invite you to join me. So Jack, I want to get your reaction. Well, I think it's very interesting. So Tulsi Gabbard and if we remember correctly, she did resign all the way back in 2016 as the vice chair of the Democratic Party. And so to see her now leaving the party completely, it doesn't come as a huge surprise. I think a lot of people saw this move coming. It's something that she's certainly telegraphed. I mean, she's spoken at cpac. She's guest hosted for Tucker Carlson. She's appeared to events with myself with James O'Keefe and others. I've had the chance to talk with her offline a little bit. She's definitely writing this wave

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"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 7 months ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"30 on Wall Street, good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Cara Moscow, we are just about four hours away from the open of U.S. trading, let's get you up to date on the news you need to know what this shower. We begin with turmoil and the Italian government. Prime minister Mario Draghi has offered his resignation to Italy's president. The move comes as the European Central Bank is set to raise interest rates today. Bloomberg news senior editor in Italy, Gerald Colton says it makes the ECB meeting all the more important. It underscores the fragility of countries like Italy. You can see that the bond, the bond market has closely tracked the stability of the Draghi government, Draghi has been seen as sort of a guarantor of stability for Italy and for the weaker countries in the European Union at large. It raises the stakes for what's happening today. Bloomberg news senior editor Gerald Colton says elections are the next step in Italy likely to take place later this year and the market reaction has been swift. The country's main benchmark stock index is down in benchmark ten year Italian bond yields are surging. Turning to corporate earnings in the U.S., Karen shares of Tesla are up two and a half percent in early trading, the EV leader's second quarter earnings beat Wall Street estimates. Morningstar energy and resources equity analyst Goldstein has more on the company's outlook this year. A few surprises, no announcements of new vehicle delays or anything before 6 80 cells are still ramping up. So all in all, just another quarter where Tesla will continue to execute and I expect things to improve throughout the rest of the year. No Morningstar Seth Goldstein says further lockdowns in China do pose a threat to Tesla this year. Meanwhile, a growing number of companies are slamming the brakes on hiring Bloomberg's journey to young joins us live with more on the story good morning. Good morning, Karen. Microsoft Google and lift are some of the latest companies to freeze hiring as a recession fears loom, inflation mounts, the war in Ukraine continues and the lingering pandemic takes a toll. Microsoft is eliminating many job openings. Google is pausing hiring for the next two weeks. Lift is shutting down a division and trimming jobs. Meantime, Bloomberg sources say Ford is preparing to cut as many as 8000 jobs in the coming weeks. The automaker is trying to boost profits to fund its push into the electric vehicle market, live in New York. I'm ready to young Bloomberg daybreak. My rainy day, thank you, S&P futures are down about 9 points down futures down 95 and NASDAQ futures down to about 19, the ten year treasury down 5 30 seconds 3.04% yield on the two year 3.23%. Straight ahead, your latest local headlines plus a check of sports and this is Bloomberg. Thanks Karen 5 33 on Wall Street 80° in Central Park still hot. Still dealing with the accident northbound FDR at 61st, more coming up on that in traffic first John Tucker with what else is going on in New York and around the

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Breitbart: Hutchinson Fabricated Conversation With Cipollone

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Breitbart: Hutchinson Fabricated Conversation With Cipollone

"I saw this on see this on breitbart Cassidy Hutchinson. The former White House aide who was the just 6 committee star witness during a surprise hearing held on Tuesday reportedly fabricated pieces of her testimony about conversations she had with former White House counsel, pat sip alone. You don't say. During her testimony, hutchison claimed that cipollone told her to tell her boss, chief of staff Mark Meadows that former president Donald Trump should not go to the capitol on January 6th. Hutchison testified the cipal owner cipollone. Said, quote, we're going to get charged with every crime imaginable close quote if Trump went to the capitol. The committee's vice chair representative Liz Cheney doubled down on her cause to get sip alone to testify before the committee do to Hutchinson's testimony. Quote, as we heard yesterday, White House counsel pat sip alone had significant concerns regarding Trump's January 6th activities, Cheney tweeted on Wednesday. And she continued, it's time for mister sip Bologna. I'm gonna say cipollone. It just flows better to testify on the record. Any concerns he has about the institutional interests of his prior office are outweighed by the need for his testimony. However, sit below has cipollone has reportedly was reportedly not at The White House on the morning of January 6th. This according to human events senior editor, Jack putt Soviet, multiple sources, including one who was at The White House on January 6th, tell me sip Bologna was not there in the a.m. when hutchison testified that she spoke with

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"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:57 min | 9 months ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"30 Wall Street time as we look ahead to the Disney report after the bowel Disney shares right now down one and a half percent Briefly a consortium led by digital bridge group has agreed to buy U.S. data center operators switch Inc for about $8.4 billion digital up 2.3% switch up now by 2.4 by a 9.4% Recapping S&P lower down 8 tenths ten year yield 2.92% I'm Charlie palliative is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie thank you so much So this is so topical this story and obviously as we continue to focus on the hot inflation print And this story by the way among the most read on the Bloomberg today it's also today's Bloomberg big take And it's a story that really takes us to inflation's hardest hit town in the United States We're talking about Midland Texas where inflation is at 10% The story by Katya Dimitri Eva joining us now is senior editor at Bloomberg news She added to this story Cecilia durat Cecile joins us on the phone from our bureau in Wilmington Delaware Cecilia it's good to have you with us I got to tell you when I was reading this story it's today's big take and you can find it on the Bloomberg terminal by searching for big take and also see it at Bloomberg dot com There was this moment that I was reading about the folks who are lining up in their cars at the food pantry and thinking to myself just before Thanksgiving of 2020 the story we were writing is that people didn't have the money to buy food because of the coronavirus pandemic Even though food was cheaper at the time now the story we're telling now less than 18 months later is that food prices have gone up so much and the unemployment rate despite the fact that the unemployment rate is so low people can't afford the food that they're going to buy Exactly And in fact the food line is a cause that we're lining on that April afternoon when katja was visiting there She was stories with about 420 cars and it was the longest line they had seen since the peak of the COVID crisis just as you described That just tells you how much inflation has had an impact And traveled there to Midland because as you said at the beginning of your introduction this is the town that has the anvil Spot as the town with that has the longest and the highest part of inflation in the past 6 months And they were already at about 10% even in January when the rest of the country was still ramping up And again the rest of the country we all see the impact from inflation but over there It takes you to another level and really the story that catch up brought from there takes us there She was in that line interviewing people who were waiting to get food from the food bank And what was striking was that more and more of them are employed that's what the food bank president told katia which is which means really that this is the impact from inflation One of them had a job But she was there because the first of all you had to move to an Avi because of because of the high cost of his rent and electricity bills And you were saying that it had been only in the past few months that you had to do that Same thing for retired people as well Well and all perspective as Katya reports inflation Midland hovering near 10% for the past 6 months more than any of the about 400 metro areas tracked by moody's analytics well above the national average over the period the West Texas oil industry hub has had an even worse than big city hotspots such as Atlanta and Phoenix What I find troubling Katya about this also is that forgive me Cecile as Katya reports that the struggles at Midland is having shows how difficult it will be to bring those prices down that monetary policy alone is not necessarily going to do it And that's where all of us as Americans kind of need to sit up and take notice Exactly And it's particularly true in places like Midland that are remote But some of the many of the factors that are behind inflation right now will not be resolved just by raising interest rates It will help probably But in Midland for instance and again in other places as well It's really it's just supply chain It's the lack of workers and the tight labor market And everything that goes into the supply chain has ripple effect for businesses and then it triggers down to consumers So it's very it might take months to resolve and also it's not going to be easy Not quick right I was struck because Carol the largest healthcare provider in the region 100 nurses nurse positions that are open only two people have applied So because they can't fill those positions they have to go out and hire the more expensive traveling nurses so that increased costs not just on the hospital $280 an hour But on everyone it's remarkable It's unbelievable Jesus you'll tell us a little bit about Bo garrison He owns Permian dirt works And he's seeing inflation everywhere Yes And so he has his company sort of works on leveling the extraction sites that are used by the oil companies So it really needs big equipment like big equipment but like builders and all those caterpillar charts and so forth And he was still not the long ago that by Qatar Peter that they didn't have any bulldozers anymore And then the Ford salesperson deals with because they need trucks as well The F two 50s that they wouldn't they wouldn't have any available until 2023 And that's how his company works He has he has to travel 200 miles a day Right And so we need this equipment just to get the job done And that's also shows you how difficult this is not going to resolve on overnight Yeah it's not And this is why we all need to notice as the fed is being aggressive maybe even more aggressive but none of this is going to happen overnight We saw that certainly in the overall inflation print today So thank you so much Senior editor at Bloomberg news highly recommend you check out this story by our own Katya demetria of Dimitrov because it's really fascinating that specifics in it I mean talks about retired people just buying eggs and beans 'cause that's what they can afford at the store Let's get from Texas in Delaware to Washington D.C. for a check the latest world in national news with Nancy Lyons hey Nancy Thanks Tim Well the Senate will shortly take a procedural vote to lock in federal protections for abortion rights Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is concerned that the Supreme Court will overturn roe V wade as revealed in a draft opinion The United States which is always aspired to expand freedoms will take a shameful step.

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"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 10 months ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Under these Pellegrini have you made a lot of money on crypto and now you're hoping to maybe use it to buy a house but you don't want to sell that crypto just yet Well the other apparently lenders who will let you put up your Bitcoin and other crypto as collateral to buy a house Bloomberg senior editor Cara wetzel says Milo credit and other crypto mortgage companies are now allowing borrowers to do this Crypto holder essentially hangs onto the coins doesn't have to put down a down payment they continue to make payments as they would with a regular mortgage with crypto or dollars but they're essentially getting what they see is the best of both worlds is getting to hang on to crypto while also buying real estate and potentially capitalizing on the rising value of real estate as well And borrower beware though if the value of your cryptocurrency falls you'll have to put up more and you could end up losing the property The potential is if it's a ball of value you're going to have to keep putting more into the lender before they eventually seize the assets And that's the Bloomberg real estate report I'm do these Pellegrini And JIT makes innovation happen It also makes entrepreneurs like Anya o'dwyer Founder of innovate a tech driven civil engineering and construction management firm Anya says and JIT is defining the future Extremely important as a hub of disciplines all in one space with all of these brilliant minds NGOs roll is huge when it comes to defining the future and power from an interdisciplinary point of view They have it all there whether it's the innovation hub the makerspace and it is already creating bash collaboration between the disciplines and you have civil engineers speaking to programmers speaking to electrical engineers And together they're creating advancements that we wouldn't have been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem as.

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"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:50 min | 11 months ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Their capacity to defend themselves And we're going to continue to keep a close eye on what's going on And Biden speaking during a joint press briefing at The White House with Singapore's prime minister who's trusted bilateral ties with the U.S. as the war in Ukraine rages And Bloomberg senior editor Jodi Schneider calls it all just says there's really not a lot of goodwill right now The concern is that this is more talk than action or hope of action as and they blinken has said he said there's Russia says and then there's what Russia does and the U.S. is looking at the latter and Schneider also pointing out there is no actual talk of a ceasefire just talk about a possible path to ceasefire talks and chatter about a meeting between Vladimir Putin and Ukraine's Vladimir zelinsky Meantime British military intelligence coming out and saying the Russian private military company known as the Wagner group it is now being deployed to eastern Ukraine Hong Kong is extending some emergency COVID measures quarantines mask mandates for another 6 months in the government in Hong Kong is also increasing penalties for violations including up to 6 months in prison for violating quarantine And President Biden expected to lilburne remarks on COVID tomorrow health officials in the U.S. today approved a second COVID mRNA booster for those 50 and up And one of the largest cryptocurrency industry attacks ever Hackers have stolen nearly $600 million from ronin in the ronin bridge attack Now this bridge connects different blockchains and that's what they struck and the break happened last week It was just discovered yesterday Global news 24 hours a day on Erdoğan Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries In the news among these Pellegrini this is Bloomberg All right Denise thanks very much 7 and a half minutes past the hour here Well the Federal Reserve may have made a recession all but inevitable That's according to Bill Dudley Bloomberg opinion columnist and senior adviser to Bloomberg economics Dudley also said that the fed is being too optimistic about engineering a soft landing for the U.S. economy He spoke earlier about the fed with Bloomberg's David Westin They're just beginning to start to tighten at a time that inflation is way above their target and the unemployment rate is low at 3.8% And Paul has characterized the labor market as extremely tight In that situation if you're going to try to get inflation under control you're going to have to push up the unemployment rate And if you push up the unemployment rates it's almost impossible to avoid a recession at that point So they'll try to stretch this out as long as they can They'll try to push down inflation without pushing up the employment rate very much But I think at the end of the day it's going to be very difficult for them to pull this off History is not kind in this situation Bill as you just said in your opinion and a lot of other people as well the fed just waited too long I wonder how much of that was because of that famous framework that was unveiled at Jacksonville in your piece actually You talk about that And you say quote the fed's application of its framework and they have to roll it here Of its framework has left it behind the curve and controlling inflation this in turn has made a hard landing virtually inevitable Does the fed need Does J Powell need to admit that the framework was a mistake before they can make progress here because you've seen him being asked this question several times and every time he refuses to admit the framework was a mistake I don't think the framework was a mistake in the sense that they changed their inflation objective 2% inflation to 2% inflation on average The problem is how they operationalize that If you recall what the fed basically said is we're not going to raise short term interest rates until we see 2% inflation We're confident that inflation is going to be above 2% for some time in the future And we've also reached foreign planet So that's the situation where we ended up We were basically at 0% interest rates at a time that the economy was actually calling for at least a neutral moderate policy if not a tape Montreal policy And that's where we are today There's a big gap between where we are and where we need to be And that's why the whole narrative around the fed has changed pretty dramatically in the last few months We're no longer talking about whether the fed's going to raise rates a couple of times We're talking about how fast the fed is going to sprint towards neutral over the next 6 to 12 months So Bill let's jump ahead and assume we do tip into recession What can we do to make it shorter and make it more shallow Are there things we can do right now to try to not make it quite as painful or as long Well first of all we can hook the inflation cut us down a lot just of its own accord because as some of these transitory factors which have pushed inflation up start to reverse themselves over the next year I don't think used car prices are going to continue to go up 40% a year for example So I think there is something right about the fed's original story that a good portion of these inflation pressures were transitory The problem is that inflation has been high enough for long enough that it's now getting into wages So when we have wage trends of 5% or more that's not consistent with 2% inflation which is precisely why the fed has to generate more slack in the labor market Look I'm hoping that best case scenario is a year from now inflation will be running 3% as opposed to four or 5% And in that in that case the fed can be relatively gentle because the 3% inflation is not a huge problem If we're at four or 5% inflation then the Federal Reserve is going to have to just keep on tightening And at that point chances of a hard landing go up probably a 100% at that point That's Bill Dudley Bloomberg opinion columnist and senior adviser to Bloomberg economics speaking earlier with Bloomberg's David Westin By Sandler says don't get too gloomy about yield curve inversion saying that history shows stocks and pawn bonds tend to do well in the window between yields flip flopping and.

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"senior editor" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

07:36 min | 11 months ago

"senior editor" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"At Bloomberg news Mike happy Friday You too Scott We have a global supply chain that's already stressed and now fuel and shipping costs are up How are we all going to experience this Consumer inflation is already in your 8% Well it certainly presents a pretty severe challenge to the economy for example the University of Michigan has a very closely watched index of consumer confidence that came out today Actually it dropped the lowest in more than a decade and inflation gasoline and energy prices were the sort of the biggest things cited for that And it's greatly increasing the possibility that we will see another recession this year Goldman Sachs economists are putting the probability of a recession at somewhere between 20 and 35% which is pretty high for recession prediction models You really want to see them in the single digits Yeah So as far as oil and natural gas could we actually see shortages We haven't seen lines at the pump in the U.S. for decades It's certainly not a 0% possibility And I think the risk is greater in Europe The most acute issue in Europe obviously is there are pipelines that bring Russian natural gas and other products through Ukraine into Western Europe And the most acute risk is obviously that If one of those were to get damaged in the fighting or if they were to lose electricity or if the pressure were simply to shut them down that could cause a major crisis in Europe So the potential for shortages are not that acute for us But the longer this drags on and the more scarce viable oil becomes around the world because Russia is still producing plenty of oil just no one wants to buy it Obviously the U.S. is banning imports But a lot of countries are doing sort of what you would call self sanctioning There's been Russian oil that's come up for sale and there's just no one who wants to buy it because you often buy this a few months in advance and no one knows what the world's going to look like a few months from now So they're not known anywhere near it Yeah Well you know the saying about gas prices they rise like a rocket And they fall like a feather How long might gas prices stay high You know so if you look at the average gasoline price triple-A does a survey around the country The latest numbers $4 32 cents on average per gallon That's up more than a dollar from the end of the year My guess is that it's going to get worse than that They're going to go even higher in the short term How long they stay that elevated really is a matter of what happens with this conflict with Ukraine And I don't think anyone is really comfortable predicting how long that could last So it's definitely going to get worse before it gets better and how long it stays elevated is quite a mystery Yeah Well we'll watch Mike Regan is senior editor at Bloomberg news Mike thank you Thank you Scott Well could Venezuela be one of the countries that the U.S. turns to to bolster its oil supply Venezuela has some of the largest oil reserves in the world and a dismal human rights record but after breaking off diplomatic contact in 2019 senior U.S. officials made a trip to Venezuela last weekend to meet with the country's leader Nicolas Maduro following that visit to Americans detained by Maduro's government were released Brian fonseca is director of the Jack D Gordon institute for public policy at Florida international university in Miami Welcome to the show No thanks for having me So The White House is officially maintaining that these oil imports from Venezuela not on the table Here is press secretary Jen Psaki yesterday The release of the detainees was not for the exchange for sanctions relief or buying oil And as I noted a little bit earlier in the briefing this is not currently at this moment and active conversation about importing their oil So maybe that's true but the timing certainly is interesting What do you make of what appears to be an opening in this fraught relationship between these two countries Well I mean it's also important to understand that it's not just about import to the U.S. It's also about filling the supply demands in the international system in the global economy right I mean I think the talks that are going on today are largely on the backs of the instruments of power that Western countries have to fight back against Russian Russian incursion in Ukraine obviously And merely getting more of that oil into the international system might help in allowing some space for the U.S. and others to levy sanctions more aggressive sanctions against Russian energy So do you think what we just heard from Jen Psaki there is disingenuous So it's possible that there is a road map to lifting oil sanctions I don't think the Venezuelans are engaging with the United States from the kindness of their hearts but I think that they're expecting some reciprocation from the United States And the thing they probably want most from the United States is sanctions relief But again the U.S. has to sort of balance against its domestic audience as well in which there are significant Diaspora communities from Latin America from Venezuela specifically There would probably be really frustrated with U.S. policy that sort of softens its historically hard line approach against Venezuela Right so put that shift into context for us I mean it was just a few years ago that the U.S. government was literally trying to overthrow the Maduro government by supporting Juan Guaido Yeah that's right And this is sort of been a slow escalation when Hugo Chavez took over in 1999 He certainly worked to divide Venezuelan ties with the United States and it wasn't really until after 2002 where there was an attempted coup to Alice Chavez where the Venezuelan government became very very aggressive and confrontation with the United States and the United States did the same back Claiming it had nothing to do with that ousting And so since then you've seen Venezuela cozying up to some of America's most fierce rivals globally right To Russia cozying up to Russia specifically And in fact that's when Russia made its big entry into Venezuela offering a tremendous amount of investment on the ground In fact today Russia owns roughly 81 billion barrels of proven reserves P one reserves in the ground in Venezuela And it doesn't do much to lift it and that's because it fetches more for its exports by keeping Venezuelan oil in the ground and U.S. sanctions as sort of supported that Sanctions against two of the world's biggest heavy crude producers Iran and Venezuela keeps oil off the global market allows Russia to continue to make more off of its global exports Does that relationship with Russia get stronger as the crisis in Ukraine continues I mean it could you know Russia's desperate for allies right now and bringing China into the fold bringing Russia out of Venezuela into the fold Iran into the fold makes a lot of sense when Russia is sort of facing fears opposition from the U.S..

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Daily Caller: New York Democrats Unveil New Congressional Map That Is ‘Brutal’ for Republicans

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Daily Caller: New York Democrats Unveil New Congressional Map That Is ‘Brutal’ for Republicans

"The daily caller New York Democrats unveil new congressional map that is brutal for Republicans Propose a new congressional map Sunday that could eliminate half of the state's Republicans in the House of representative But they want fair voting They want everybody to vote Come on Come on They just want the vote to be counted Republicans are Jim Crow The new lines give Democrats an advantage in 22 of the states 26 congressional districts ahead of November's midterm elections Despite their advantage that map may be less aggressive than what some Democrats including lawyer Mark Elias previously supported Just remember that name Mark Elias That SOB The map comes amid a battle for control of the House but Democrats hoping to preserve their narrow advantage while Republicans target over two dozen democratic seats While New York's map helps Democrat keep their majority it could be offset by likely Republican advantage maps in Texas Florida and Georgia not so fast Desantis is having to effectively overrule the Republican legislature Because many of them are like you know Lindsey Graham we must be fair Got to be fair about these things you know They've asked them A senior editor at the nonpartisan cook political report said that New York's proposed map was such an effective gerrymander that it only wasted democratic votes in a few isolated places Even then we're talking fractions of points It's a brutal map for Republicans Our guys just don't get it

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"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Strategy senior editor at Bloomberg business week She joined us along with business week editor Joe Weber The way that this whole project starts is they take this massive universe of companies that they cover more than 2000 And basically start running it through their spreadsheets and it's just like this gigantic filtering effect to come up with these 50 And really excited about them because it's not they're not hard calls Buy and sell recommendations That's not what we're going to get from Bloomberg intelligence I think it's more interesting and perhaps nuanced than that because we think of them as just companies to watch Some of them have positive sentiment some of them have negative sentiment but they're just ones that we think in the year ahead are going to be really really really interesting companies Yeah so Rebecca come on in here and talk a little bit about some of these companies here I mean the one that I want the one that jumped out at me was Airbnb because I feel like I've been watching Airbnb for years at this point after it's huge IPO and the way the company was able to recover during the pandemic after laying off so many people How did Airbnb make the cut Yeah I think Airbnb will be quite familiar to a lot of us who wanted to travel during the pandemic but didn't feel safe at a hotel for example So bookings have been up and interestingly they've done really really well with long stays So people staying for weeks on end Now the bunker intelligence analysts feel like Airbnb sets itself apart from rivals with its brand advantage So it's very recognizable and it doesn't even really need to spend that much in marketing So that's where Uber intelligence has investors should be watching this company Okay so another one that I love And by the way can we just all say when it's like whatever the weather was it was at 19 It feels like it's like single digits Like I'm ready for travel.

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Why Mollie Hemingway Wrote 'Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Why Mollie Hemingway Wrote 'Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections'

"This story of how the media unnecessarily divides us I think is the biggest story of our time Really I don't think that the country 30 40% of the country are genuinely dumb people I don't think that so you have to ask yourself why do they believe the things they believe And the answer is because they're told it often and isolated from the truth That's why Someone who doesn't lie to you and tells you the truth is a Molly Hemingway senior editor at the federalist who has a terrific book out rigged how the media big tech in our Democrats seized our elections And might I add everything else to Molly Welcome to the show Thanks for joining us It's great to be here with you Molly you are a genuine media professional You know how it works You called at the last second which I love because I do the same thing You've done so much media You know they say call it one It really means one O 5 with 30 seconds And I like the way you optimize your time Very strategic and I got to say right Jim she cut it right up to the end That super impressed you one of the best Your book rigged how the beauty of big tech and the Democrats seized their elections It's been flying off the shelves It's a big issue And the media narratives about the election Molly are crazy I mean when you ask commonsense questions like hey what happened in Pennsylvania With the last minute unconstitutional changes to election law all of a sudden we're conspiracy theorists and crazies even though Hillary Clinton still thinks she won the 2016 election Your thoughts Exactly Exactly That's why I wrote it I was appalled how after the election even though we all experienced it as the weirdest election of our lifetimes with all the changes to the rules and the processes and the mail in ballots and the Zuckerberg funding and everything you weren't allowed to notice it or say anything And that just struck me as deeply suspicious And so I knew I wanted to look into it and figure out what actually had happened And I'm really glad

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"senior editor" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Over to the capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard Molly those words are just strike terror evidently into the heart of anybody who's trying to tell us what happened on January 6th because they never include that part of his speech ever, and this movie doesn't do it either. There are no greater purveyors of misinformation than our current media complex and this is a great example of it. Just in general that protest and riot because there were two separate things. There was a protest and there was a riot. They did not include the same people, has not been covered well by our corporate media. I was covering it along with a couple of my staff in D.C. and the protest was at The White House. It was a couple miles away from the capitol. It was massive, hundreds of thousands of people. Some of them went over to the capitol. And then some of those a few hundred of those unlawfully entered the capitol. And the media in general have not made a distinction between those things in any way. It was in a horrible job covering the plight of these people who were arrested inside the capital. Some of them entered illegally and violently. Some of them were welcomed in by the police. You know, they haven't made a distinction. Right. There are even. And then more than anything, they're completely missing the context that our entire country was ravaged by armies of left wing rioters who killed dozens of people caused billions of dollars of damage, launched assaults on The White House, federal courthouses, police precincts, statues and historic monuments, they burned. It's like hundreds of businesses. They destroyed hundreds or maybe even thousands of businesses. And the whole country was besieged by this. For months, it was supported by the left wing media was supported by Democrats like Kamala Harris saying to bail out people who were engaged in this riotous behavior. And then on a dime, they decided that this one riot that lasted for a few hours didn't really have a president. He hasn't had one since, is the worst thing that ever happened in the history of the world. And I think everyone can abhor political violence. I do without understanding that this is just corrupt lying mendacity from these left wing people who are engaged in straight up. And it's not always left wing. Listen to this, the New York Post a paper that I will read religiously, their coverage of the hundreds and hundreds of people who apparently protested outside Brooklyn's Barclays center over the banning of a player named Kyrie Irving, who doesn't want to get a COVID-19 vaccine. And so people protested in support of him and the way the New York Post describes them anti vaxxers, raid Barclays for Kyrie. Now, there's an interesting sleight of hand going on here, and this is a trick that the media uses. If you're against mandates, you're an anti vaxxer. I've gotten the vaccine twice. I've gotten two Johnson & Johnson shots, my decision in consultation with my doctor that makes sense for me. I'm anti mandate. That doesn't make me an anti vaxxer and yet even the New York Post paints everybody who pushes back against a vaccine mandate with the same broad brush of being an anti vaxxer. Yeah, it's not a trick. It's a lie. I mean, it's a lie to claim that people who oppose mandates are anti the thing that's being mandated. Right. That is such a basic logical fallacy that people who don't understand that should not be not only not journalists. They should be nowhere near any business of communication. And it is all propaganda. It's all in service of something very weird. And I couldn't agree more. I mean, you wouldn't even apply if you're talking about a different vaccine that had a greater degree of effectiveness in a greater trial period. But it certainly doesn't apply when we're talking about an experimental vaccine that just kind of got unleashed a year ago and that people have any number of legitimate reasons for either waiting to take or opposing taking. I mean, check the check this out. I got the Johnson & Johnson shot in March before I got the second shot last week. I thought I'd be I want to get an antibody test. Everybody does these antibodies test. I wanted to know. In my body, I'm healthy, 61 year old male. Almost undetectable zero antibodies in my system from March. I mean, I mean, and that's my doctor's trying to analyze it with me, says, well, I think you ought to get the second one. I'm like, yeah, but so I don't have any did I not get any antibodies from the J&J? No, apparently not. You've been either your immune system is strong enough and yadda yadda yadda. I mean, we don't know what to make of any of this Molly, but I'm grateful for people like you and your book. I hope everybody gets rigged how the media big tech and the Democrats seized our elections. Real important, important book. You know, it's funny speaking to the New York Post. Again, a paper I love, they were all over so much of what was the foundation of your book and this researcher who was quoted last week a lot and he credited your book with, you know, the knowledge that they really have done some nefarious things. I guess you're not shocked that the mainstream media probably isn't supporting your book the way you would think they would. Given what's in there and how explosive it is, you would expect a little more coverage. But certainly that part of the post covered last week is one of the most interesting parts. And that's about how Mark Zuckerberg spent $419 million to orchestrate a private takeover of government election offices, not to fund campaigns, but to actually be embedding left wing activists into the governmental offices that do stuff like voter registration and ballot counting and ballot design and outreach outreach to voters. And they spent the money 92% of the funds went to democratic strongholds. And they overwhelmingly did this in swing states. And, you know, the election came down to 43,000 votes across three states. So it had a profound impact on the actual results of the election. And, you know, should have been illegal and is being made illegal in many states now, but was not illegal at the time it happened. We interviewed the author of that study last week and he gave your book a whole lot of credit. I do too. We all know what they did. I think you want to know how they did it. You want to get Molly's book rigged, Molly, thanks for taking the time out of what I know as a whirlwind schedule for you. Congratulations on the book. And keep fighting the good fight. Thank you. Take care..

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"senior editor" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"All of us big mouths on the radio have go tos that we read that we follow who paid close attention to Molly Hemingway is in the top maybe three, maybe two maybe one. She's senior editor at the federalist. She's got a new book rigged how the media big tech and the Democrats seized our elections. She's in very, very choppy waters because I don't know how they haven't canceled her by now, but so we wanted to grab her while we could. Molly welcome back to the Mike Gallagher show. Congratulations on the book and thank you again for your voice, a voice that we need now more than ever. Well, thank you. And it's great to be here with you. I appreciate taking time out of your day to talk about not only rigged. Let's talk a little bit about Georgia elections. Huge, huge election in Virginia next week. I don't know what Major League Baseball is going to do. Let me see. First, they stripped Atlanta, the All-Star Game, which deprived a lot of black business owners of the revenues that that would have created. They moved it to lily white Denver. Now the Atlanta Braves are in the World Series, so Major League Baseball is sort of stuck. They're also the braves Molly. They haven't changed the name yet of that franchise. And I saw Saturday night Travis Tritt sang the national anthem at the national league championship series game. These guys, Molly at Major League Baseball, they're so woke, they gotta be breathing into a brown paper bag these days. Things aren't going as planned for them. Well, it's interesting because I am a lifelong huge baseball fan. My team is a Saint Louis Cardinals, or I should say, was the Saint Louis Cardinals. I watched constantly have the MLB package once a games bought gear. And when they, when Major League Baseball interfered in election integrity of all things and punished Georgia for having like, frankly, a pretty weak strengthening of their election law and punish them and sent them to Denver, which by their own standards had worse election measures. I just decided I couldn't in good conscience follow baseball anymore. And so I have now watched a single game. This season. And I have an ease and I feel the same way. I mean, I won't do it I'm just kind of fed up with the whole thing. I don't care if even individual athletes have political views. It's a free country and they can do what they want. But it just was insane to me that Major League Baseball would not just weigh in on a political issue, but weigh in against prevention of cheating. Like of all things, but no they have a problem with that with the use of natural. But it just seemed insane to me and I couldn't in good conscience continue. So I'm not even following the World Series and I assume they're going to allow they're going to allow the people of Georgia to host it this time, which shows what hypocrites they are. But I don't care. It's just sickening because we're witnessing things. We're in really, really bizarre, crazy ville. But the good news is when I see the Atlanta Braves in the World Series, it almost feels like sort of almost a God thing. It's like the universe saying, you know what? Take that Major League Baseball. What are you gonna do now? You're gonna move Atlanta out of their own World Series back to Denver again. What are you gonna do with Travis Tritt? What are you gonna do with they're gonna do the tomahawk chop again? I mean, some companies stand up against this crap. Most do not speaking of crap, let's talk about the whole basis of your book. Everybody should read it. You've made all kinds of news with the reporting that you've done. You are on the third rail, though, my friend, you're in an area that you're not that the mainstream media betters have told us, we're not allowed to talk about. You can't talk about election integrity and stay in your chosen occupation. How have they not canceled Molly Hemingway yet over your book? So it's funny because that's actually why I wrote it. I thought it was so bizarre after the election that you weren't allowed to talk about an election that we all knew was the weirdest one we've ever participated in. Right. And it was after three, four years of every day these same exact people who say you can't talk about the 2020 election, claiming, repeatedly, each day that Donald Trump stole the 2016 election by colluding with Russia. He was a secret Russian agent who had stolen the election, and they didn't. This wasn't marginal. This was the entire media complex. This was the entire Democrat party. And it was really damaging the country how they kept claiming that Trump was an illegitimate president and that he'd stolen the election. And then we have these massive changes to our election laws and processes that intentionally flood the zone with tens of millions of mail in ballots which up until 2020, we all admitted were more susceptible to fraud. We had this private takeover of government election offices by Mark Zuckerberg, we had a completely corrupt media who were just engaged in propaganda. We had tech censorship and all of these things made it very reasonable to have problems with the handling of the election. And then they said, you're not allowed to talk about it. And I thought, I need to investigate and figure out what was going on so I could smell for myself what happened? I'm so tired of being told what I can or can not talk about. Big tech is doing it. And we've experienced it personally. I'll give you two quick anecdotal examples of YouTube banning the Mike Gallagher show. The first time was because we played a clip of an Atlanta mom railing at a school board meeting about mash band aids months ago. They took us down and said we were guilty of COVID misinformation from playing the clip from Fox News. And then more recently they said we were guilty of election mission because I said on the air, millions of people have a hunch that something wasn't on the up and up about the election, and that's just a fact, expressing an opinion gets you censored and shut down by the tech overlords, but Molly, it feels like there's a pushback the likes of which we haven't seen, doesn't it feel to you like it does me that something is something pretty profound and positive is starting to happen in our country..

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Shake, Rattle the Roles: Britains Cabinet Reshuffle

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Shake, Rattle the Roles: Britains Cabinet Reshuffle

"Britain's prime minister starts today with a very different cabinet than he had yesterday on. Peculiarity of british politics is the cabinet reshuffle. A sudden reordering of who's in charge of what in the government this one was. Well telegraphed and members of parliament had been pressing. Boris johnson on. Who shouldn't be in charge of much with all the talk of cabinet. Reshuffle can the prime minister guarantee that the foreign secretary will finally be sucked that any shuffled or does he intend to the world and competence reshuffles serve many purposes rewarding loyalty punishing perceived foolishness and setting or resetting a political agenda but they're messy and embarrassingly public ministers shuffled past the cameras outside downing street toward their new fates expecting a promotion. Knew it might not seem like a great time for such disruption with the country focused on what the pandemic will bring next and on britain's role in the crumbling of afghanistan but the prime minister has plenty of other business still to attend to and now a new team to tackle. It was expected that. Boris johnson would hold reshuffle. He has space to do so. Now and macelroy is a senior editor at the economist. Britain's coming out of the pandemic enough to do something like that. that wouldn't look like distraction. He won a tight vote on tax raising last week to fund the nhs and social care so he feels that he sweeps all before him. And this is the time to clear out some deadwood and makes them promotions. And what is the dead wood. That's been cleared out with the most. Prominent deadwood. That went out was dominic robb brexit. Here a lawyer. He became foreign secretary and went through that role. I think without great distinction. But he did it and then got into terrible trouble. When the fall of kabul happened. He was on holiday with his family and he didn't really appear to respond quickly enough to the

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"senior editor" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"senior editor" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

"You're giving away. Hold your bud right on their favorite movie of all time. It's pretty good blues. Brother's anybody's wondering yeah. No just said to the audience. Just if you're out there doing something really cool in or if you doing it better than anybody else. I would love to hear from you. Sub trades especially right mark. We have difficulty finding Plumbers tile setters Folks who do these specialized things every day. We love to hear from them. Because those are the folks who can best teach the rest of us and it's amazing how many of them don't know that they're really it. Was the funnest part. Working with those guys is is. They would do something in be like. Wait wait do that again. This is nothing this suggest. vet is something that's really cool and they you know it's a shame that a lot more of them don't know how good they are at their job. Well i hope you know. We can help folks like that. Get more recognition. I want to encourage all listeners to listen to the fortieth anniversary podcast with mason lord and gary cats which was maybe some of the most thought provoking content. I've heard in recent memory. But gary was talking about how society Really looks down on trade work and as a result gave him low self esteem and it troubles me terribly that someone is so talented and so interested in elevating their craft would have low self esteem. What they do something fundamentally wrong about that and it bugged. Yeah and i. I totally listen to that and i totally related. I was kind of the same way. I just thought me to anyone. It's not all in your head because you can kind of see when people you know you go to dinner party or whatever what do you do up and sell siding okay next. you know. it's it's something needs to change how that how we change it exactly. I don't know but but yeah i relate. I listened to that it was a great episode at night. Totally related to with what he was saying. Well thanks to mason. And gary for that because that you know that was equivalent to a philosophy class for me it was. it was very valuable. Well i hate to do it but unfortunately that is all the time we have today. Mark thanks a million for being on the show. Yeah it was great. I we do real work now. I'm going to put it off for at least our all right. Thank you patrick. It was great we'll We'll talk soon. i'm sure i can't wait man. Hey i want to thank everyone for listening and please remember to send us your comments questions and suggestions to f h podcast at dawn dot com and please comment review. However you're.

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"senior editor" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"senior editor" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

"But it takes these little back roads out here they take. It's i'm half an hour from the nearest talented Chop lois so it's but it's gorgeous. It's stunningly beautiful right. The bottom of a river valley right next to the Right next to the appalachian mountains. We're kind of in the foothills of their so. It's just it's just gorgeous. Every morning i look out the window and remind myself why came down here. Well i hope you'll keep an eye out for acreage for the rest of us. Because that's what are you with the remote working. It's going to be harder and harder to change doing the same thing. 'cause minneapolis. Minnesota is a great place to live. But it's an expensive place to live taxes fuel. All these taxes taxes are so are there types of. Oh you you you just said You like pretty much all aspects of home construction. Are there things you just really don't like to do. It's hard physically hard really dangerous. Or you know if it takes pay. If i have one if i have i have many faults one of them is a patients if it take if it's something like by woodworking project and and it's all built. I'm like all right. I'm done. I don't wanna spend our standing in in finishing and polishing it in insane with drywall. Love hanging drywall. Just i don't have the patience to be a good taper in paintings kind of the same way things. The hard things like roofing An a big fan of roof and being on the roof in the hot sun But mo- most other things just. Yeah i like. I like doing it all and i always have since a kid. Do you have how outside of like your own home. Improvement projects golf. You know what you want. i do i do. I chased a little white ball around once in awhile I haven't since i moved down here. But yeah i mean i do golf. Not i've never in my life golfed by myself And i never would. But it's it is a great sport to get together with some friends or co-workers are climbing. Whatever you're not al franken. I was in my teens. But i haven't played actually giving them for many years when i was in the sun on every single day i dig it up for about eight years Fresh air and frustration every day. I don't i don't need to pay for it. Their hobbies. Yeah we're really putting in my shop. I enjoy out here against acreage. I get a big commercial lawnmower. That it probably. I have unhealthy relationship with just a couple of hours a week couple hours a week. I like to oh and mo and just kind of turn on a podcast and you know forget about everything else for awhile. People don't get that. Don't understand the alone time and the time to be with your own thoughts or listen to your favorite media and and and and know what to do every minute ray. Like as long as there's grass on cut you know what do and i mean huge. I mean i haven't listened to the regular huge. I guess. I now like his history. Podcast my favorite in. I don't think i've listened to the regular radio. And i don't know how many years i can't even tell you and what's funny because when i had my last magazine i kept pushing for podcast. We gotta do a podcast contest and then like there's no money in that and always enlisted is but we do it anyway but thank you sponsors. We do appreciate you very much. we do. It's probably no secret that folks like us and the construction media read each other's publications out of interest and to keep an eye on the competition. secondarily Were you introduce the fine home building. And what were your impressions of the brand. Well kid i was in in in my even my junior high years. I was watching fine home building and new yankee workshop from start to finish this old house in the show. Yeah yep yep yeah me too. I think yeah and I probably start getting the magazines like jail. See in vine homebuilding. Where probably my to go. To's and i guess what distinguished for me distinguish fine homebuilding was just the quality. Well actually the physical quality of the magazine. I like this is. It's just feels quality especially nowadays allowed other brands or just really into now on just the feel and the look of the of the paper itself. And it's skewed. Do you think people care about that mark or do they still they i. It's funny that you mentioned that because one of my coworkers. At my last. When i found out i was coming here. He goes yagi jail. See and find home building the main reasons. I like jail or a fine homebuilding. He says just the size and the quality of the paper so yeah. I think it's honestly it's out. It's a real. It's a real deal and the other thing of the content. of course. well. I always you know visual guy. So finally building always had the best illustrations serialisations were fantastic and invested After working class mates. I know how much things cost. And they're not they're not cheap so to invest into that i think. Was you know it was a great idea. And that was a big draw and then it was just a good combination of it is a good combination of some hands on common sense Practical tips and how to's and you know you more than other magazines and outlets you get more into the you know the new technology the new building science. I guess though just been combination between those two things. Did you find it helpful when you were young builder absolutely. I mean when i started there was no internet so you did things the way i mean. Nowadays it's just off. I mean you could just you still do it every day every project. I have them googling some video of how to do something and back in the day you honestly. There was no gary information on the on the subject. Right the guy who trained you in a. That's how you did it and figure out things along the way and maybe somebody was build in house next door was doing something a little different than you other than that it was. It was magazines in trade magazines and tv shows. What do you think. The are the biggest challenges for professional.

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"senior editor" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"senior editor" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

"This episode of the fine home building. Talk podcast is brought to you by zip system. Roof assembly a strong. Resilient roof is a homes first line of defense when the roof deck is exposed to weather. Zip system roof. Assembly combines zip systems revolutionary integrated sheathing and flashing tape or liquid flashing to provide a tape roof deck for protection against moisture intrusion during construction or of high wind strip the roof covering away trust zip system assembly to help fortify your home against the storm visit trust zip roof dot com to learn more also brought to you by sacree with sacree fasting concrete. You're setting posts and thirty minutes without mixing hanging stringers the same day. Not the next pouring slabs that are ready for traffic and six hours not twenty four hours getting in getting out getting onto the next job while the other guy is waiting for his mix to set its the concrete upgrade that pays for itself faster set less prep more jobs more revenue easy choice see the proof at secrete fast dot com Just the amount of new technology coming. I would say within the last ten years maybe eight to ten years for sure. I mean before from the all of the eighties and nineties and early. Two thousand wasn't there wasn't that much difference but the difference now ten years ago is the same sense. It was the fifties welcome to the fine home building pro. Talk podcast regular discussion with building industry. Professionals this is senior editor. Patrick moco today on joined by fine home. Buildings newest senior editor mark peterson editor. You can find the building. Thanks mark for being on the show can find the fine homebuilding talk podcast and the original. Find homebuilding podcast at fine home building dot com slash podcast..

Comirnaty? How Pfizer's Vaccine Got Its Brand Name

Kottke Ride Home

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Comirnaty? How Pfizer's Vaccine Got Its Brand Name

"That the pfizer. By on ted cova vaccine has officially received. Fda approval here in the us the companies behind it are allowed to market it. Which maybe i don't know they'll be able to do more successfully than anyone else has yet in trying to get the vaccine hesitant to get. It moved along with that marketing. Means the broad rollout of its official brand name community community c. o. m. i r. n. a. t. y. community the internet's as you can imagine did not give them an easy time with this name. Twitter user happy farmer tweeted quote community. It's easy to remember. It's like saying community when you're drunk and quotes an icu. Doctor nick mark tweeted quote. I feel like the brainstorm session that came up with the name. Community either ended too soon or went on way too long and quotes based on what naming experts are saying. I'm gonna go with way too long and probably too many cooks in the kitchen. And when i say cooks i mean. Ceo's years the thing though even though community is getting all the attention right now. It's not actually news. It was announced as the brand name for the pfizer biotech vaccine. At least as early as december. Twenty twenty and beth snyder bullock senior editor fierce pharma did a great right up back then. Talking to the folks who came up with the name specifically brand institute one of the top naming agencies in the world. Scott your groc- brand institute president of operations and communications told fierce pharma. Last year quote the name is coined from cove nineteen immunity and then embeds the m. are a in the middle which is the platform technology and as a whole the name is meant to evoke the word community and quote and continuing from fierce pharma quote. The goal in naming drugs is to overlap ideas and layer meaning into a name he said. In this case the high priority concepts the teams started with were coverted. Immunization and the m. are a technology. The clients themselves came up with community as an image association. They wanted to elicit bugliosi said and quotes

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Behind the Headlines at Boeing and Airbus

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Behind the Headlines at Boeing and Airbus

"Boeing last week wild wall street with its first profitable quarter in a long time but ceo dave. Calhoun seem less excited about when the company might launch. Its next clean sheet airplane in fact some believe he was signaling. It could be a long ways off for its part. Airbus's looking to aggressively ramp up production to cement. Its formidable lead over. Boeing in the narrow body market while embarking on a long and expensive are effort to develop a hydrogen-powered aircraft but twenty thirty five aviation week editors listened in on earnings calls and tried to make sense of where the two companies are heading. It was truly an exercise in reading. The tea leaves joining me to discuss. That are two of them. Senior editor guy. Norse an executive editor. Yen's floto guide. Let's start with you. Dave calhoun had been saying for a long time. If boeing launched a new clean sheet aircraft. They couldn't wait for the propulsion makers the propulsion wouldn't be ready would have to be other advances to to make the business case now. He's talking about the importance of propulsion advances. Is that a signal that this next airplane which originally was called anna may is not coming for a long time. is that what. He's gently telling us. Well so really good question i mean the point is is that we simply are in the dark so we just we should admit that up front to to start with so we are as you say. Having to look at the tea leaves along with everybody else so so what do we know. We do know that as of june as you mentioned calhoun told us you know he said. Look you know. We're sticking to his message. whatever comes next. We're not talking about big leaps in propulsion. You know we're just going to. All the savings are going to be made to the airframe technologies like that which was was fine near that made sense but something has changed and of course the big news from the propulsion side is the emergence of the cfm rise program. The open fan open rotor technology demonstrator.

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PRO TALK With Remodeler Mike Patterson

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

PRO TALK With Remodeler Mike Patterson

"Welcomes the fine home building. Pro-talk podcast a regular discussion with building industry professionals. This is senior editor. Patrick mccomb today on joined by remodeler. Fine homebuilding contributor. J elsie live presenter and russian motorcycle rider mike patterson. We're going to have to talk more about that later right man. It's really nice to have you on the show. We've known each other for years going back to jail. See live in 'oughts. Yeah what's it's great to have you. Thanks for doing this. can you. please tell me what you do Your remodeler gaithersburg maryland. For a long time. Can you talk about your business. Food clients are. What kind of projects did that kind of stuff. So we are our small shopowners myself from the office so And i had gone. It'll show we do much work to do. I was eating nine. You presented work. You do is spur for architects architect. Really work as one outlay Smart work is designed not And so i worked with her any for twenty years A lot of words you get. I worked holdouts belts for almost two years ago. What made you put your tolls down. Was it physically or was it some other reason about I'm sixty seven now. We'll be twenty seven shortly so wearing belsen at long just takes toll on you. Back of neck out and But also just sort of the point where. I was kind of limited in what i could do. I had had some is in years prior to the crash at work yourself always using yes

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The End of IP Address Targeting

The Big Story

01:44 min | 1 year ago

The End of IP Address Targeting

"Joining me. Today is our resident apple identity and privacy expert alison schiff who tuned into the event. Hi i'm blushing and joining. Us is senior editor james hersher. Who was doing a follow up story about apple's changes obfuscating email information as part of its privacy. Updates is there to fund one. Alson you tune dan. So how did apple reveal that. It was pulling ip addresses. Okay so i'll set the scene. Craig federici it's apples. Svp of software engineering. He's in a a well lit section of apple park in cupertino. The sun is shining brightly and pouring in through floor to ceiling curved windows. He's got this big smile on his face because he's talking about ipad. Os and all the cool things you can do. And then all of a sudden his whole demeanor changes he says next. Let's get into privacy. And then he steps on what looks like a button embedded in the floor that opens up into like a man hole in the floor that he jumps into. And then all of a sudden he's in the dark windowless chamber with a black screen behind him and the only word written on it is privacy and then it is very serious tone. He goes into the whole like at apple. We believe privacy is a fundamental human right. You that whole spiel. And then to privacy engineers step out from the darkness from behind the screen and get into some of the details about apple's specific privacy announcements. It was a little telegraphed. He jumped into dark bunker to talk about the evils of ad. Tech data brokers

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Biden Unveils Record $6 Trillion Budget for 2022

Here & Now

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Biden Unveils Record $6 Trillion Budget for 2022

"That's how much President Biden is proposing for federal spending next year. His budget was released today and it would amount to the highest sustained level of federal spending since World War two. With investments and transportation, education and combating climate change. Let's take a closer look now with Michael Regan, he's senior editor at Bloomberg News, Mike Welcome. Oh, thanks, Peter. So of course, this is something that would need to pass Congress. It's far from becoming law. But if you view this as a vision statement from the president, what does it say about his vision? All right. You're absolutely right. It's more a wish list than the actual budget that will pass. But as far as his statement, Peter, I think the main priorities are he wants to kind of bolster the safety net for the less affluent sort of more at risk members of our society. So more education, spending, more social welfare type of spending and Programs to allow people to get the child care they need to pursue better employment. That sort of thing as well. On the other hand, is also a priority to sort of repair a lot of the infrastructure in the country. That's needed that stuff like Bridges and roads and bolstering the green energy infrastructure in the countries. Well, so kind of Ah, two handed priority from from this administration. And that's

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JetClub Launches in Europe

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

JetClub Launches in Europe

"Hello this is. Bill kerry senior editor with business and commercial aviation and welcome to this day. Podcast i am pleased to be joined by mr mitchell here with the co founder and president of us-based fractional ownership company jet it and now the founder of a new sister company called jet club which is based in europe the founders of jets. It announced the launch of jet club in march of visual. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you bill. Happy to be here. You founded jet it twenty eighteen and since then have launched jetted canada in jet club to serve the european market. Could you describe your plans for jet club where it will be. Based which destinations it will serve in. How the fleet will be operated and maintained shar shar so As you rightly pointed out we we started in the us. I under the jet brand with my co founder. Glenn we both worked at honda aircraft company. And what we noticed during our time at honda aircraft was that people love the aircraft. It is a very fast efficient on spacious aircraft and what people were telling us was that they love the aircraft but because of the the fixed costs and the various costs and the various logistics. That's needed to to fly in manage aircraft. They didn't see the need to own a whole aircraft. So so we got this question constantly boat in the united states as well as internationally where i was spending quite a bit of time marketing. The honda jen. And so you know we. We decided to launch the us first because obviously in the us has aviation is the most prevalent is the biggest market and following our success in the us where we have had a phenomenal fleet growth and And a lot of fractional owners. That have joined our program.

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Truck Driver Shortage Continues to Grow During Pandemic

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Truck Driver Shortage Continues to Grow During Pandemic

"Other issues like truck drivers shortages, and that's leading to a rise in prices on basic goods like diapers, toilet paper and other staples. Toby Stinger is a senior editor at consumer reports and offer some tips. There are store brand goods that are often as good quality or better, and they're gonna cost less. So don't go hoarding because you're concerned you're not gonna be able to find a product President Biden at the

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Indianapolis Colts Select Azeez Ojulari in Post Free Agency Mock Draft

The NFL Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Indianapolis Colts Select Azeez Ojulari in Post Free Agency Mock Draft

"Matt dollinger. Senior editor at the ringer and former lowly intern of the two thousand colts with the twenty first. Pick in the twenty twenty one. nfl draft. The indianapolis colts select aziz osha. Laurie out of georgia. I'll be honest. I'm tempted to take jones here. Because i obviously don't trust carson wentz but diseases the best pass rusher in the draft and he might be undersized but so we're dwight frene ian robert mathis. I like that. Wow that was. That was concise all encapsulated. That was how can tell intern with the two thousand nine colts. I love that colton play. They inspect so oziel ours. Your number one pass rusher. Why did you all twenty one here. And he's everyone else really dumb for not listening to you No i so know. I think this this rusher classes bachelor. Classes vary Hard to predict what how the or of the these guys are gonna come off the board. I think with oh jewelry. It's because he's a little undersized as don mentioned he's he's six foot two so that's generally speaking like shorter than you wanna passer should be however he does make up for it with incredible length. His a really wide wingspan long arms Good burst bend. I like skill set. you know. He had some really impressive russia's where he like. You almost looks like von miller where you're like bending around the corner getting really low dipping your shoulder and getting back to the cornerback So i think there's a skill set to work with their but yet speaking of the pastors for classes just basically. There's no one clear elite guy in the class. And whether it's you know a russo or jalen phillips or og. Larry couple of other guys is basically pick your flavor. Whatever type of player. You'd think has chance of succeeding in your scheme. I could see any of these guys be the first pass. Rusher pick

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Weekly Market Recap

Wall Street Breakfast

05:15 min | 2 years ago

Weekly Market Recap

"What moved markets this week the week ending friday march nineteenth twenty twenty one a week that was anchored by the fed interest rate decision and policy statement and ensuing press conference by chairman. Jerome powell the markets did not do very much earlier in the week in anticipation of this and originally greeted powell's statement loose monetary statements. I should say with bullishness with some buying occurring. After the fed meeting on wednesday afternoon that reversed on thursday as yields shot up and stock markets were sold off pretty dramatically in some instances. The nasdaq fell three percent on thursday. And today friday things are kind of shifting around a little bit. We had some selling earlier and they have since come in. Nasdaq is now up for the day. And we're looking at losses but not very big losses for the major indexes for this week so a big week especially when it comes to fed policy. Lot of commentary around that. And i'm looking forward to what my colleagues have to say about it. I will introduce them now. I am joined by sticking alpha editors brad olsen. Vp of news. Kim khanh senior news editor. Stephen alpher managing editor of breaking news. And i'm your host and moderator nathaniel e baker senior editor of strategic contributors kim. Let's start with you. What was your take on. The events of the week ultimate another volatile week and we've had to deal with You know stocks kind of being dragged around by yields again. But i think it's also maybe seemed worse than it was because of thursday's sharp selloff. But now we've got nasdaq. Maybe looking at if it goes down for the week before out of last five that it's been lower but it's got it's started to gain some traction today as we were talking. Could actually you know. Maybe we gained more traction pull out a win just barely for the week. I think inflation has been on. Everyone's mind and not whether or not there is inflation. Think pretty much people are green. But there is if you looked at The philly fed that was out this week The prices paid index jumped to the highest level. It's ever been it's been since march one thousand nine hundred eighty though. There's definitely i mean. The prices received also spike sharply. So there's definitely inflation being seen this inflation in the pipeline data on now. The question is whether it's good or bad inflation and a lot of times you know. Everyone's like okay rates are out in. The market's gonna sell off but you've had good years where rates have been going going up a bit because of growth in. The market's gone along with it so there's been a i think a lot of debate about that and also we're kind of seeing maybe some more evidence of rotation which is not necessarily rate striven just people just still taking are looking at growth and looking for these reopening stocks cyclical stocks and Selling some of the bigger tech names to buy those stocks. And that's going to have an outsized impact on the indexes. Yeah and i guess. The question is also whether the inflation that we're seeing is transitory to bar the feds term which basically apparently means they can just ignore it. Or if it's something a little bit more permanent which might get them to start tapering brad. What's your take. Who are the winners and losers. Definitely this week was a cyclical rally. You saw airlines takeoff literally Partially on the tsa data that we saw travelers start to move around the country. A little bit more aggressively young american airlines alaska air united airlines all up about double digits. Interestingly enough the thing. Sanford bernstein even called out some of the value names or more traditionally cyclical names as screening or momentum. So that's one of the first time i've ever happened or as happens in two thousand sixteen where the value names are now technically momentum names of this upswell of of equity interests that we've seen over the past couple weeks really pick up steam and so that that that involves autos materials energy etc over the past few weeks. Although this week energy was clearly a loser on that steep drop off that we saw an oil the admit marathon oil achy. Wheelock smell the trillium. They took it on the chin Crude i think it had its worst day since september Earlier this week so outside of the energy names. They're the sickles. Were still a big winner. Obviously i think you've powell tried to assuage your concerns about how aggressive the fed was going to be I think just he just issued another editorial earlier today discussing you know trying to reassure the markets. Hey the dove even though quite a few of the members did express an interest in in raising rates before twenty twenty three a still a minority of them obviously

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Democracy As We Know It

The Experiment

05:14 min | 2 years ago

Democracy As We Know It

"The life of maryland newkirk and on november six twenty twenty after a long battle with cancer. She was fifty six. She survived by her husband three siblings and three kids including her son van. Who's a senior editor at the atlantic. I'm a mom's oldest child. I am required under law to only speak good things when a life comes to an end we the ones who are left behind. We're left with a story a really a bunch of different stories like for van. There were small stories about the way. His mom looked really playing a tie or what she cared about. Walden your church. How she treated people who was an incredibly patient what she struggled with the stress rising off her but he but when van took a minute to pull back to really zoom out on the time line of his mom's life he could see this bigger story about the country. She lived in one of the things. I like to think about is the fact that when she was born it was by no means guaranteed that she would be granted the right to vote and that right to vote would be protected looking back on her life ban sees a story about democracy and it's different than the one he was taught so i was always taught that america was founded explicitly as democracy. You know you go to school. And you're taught that this was the biggest hit in global democracy since the athenians but really to me. I have been more and more convinced that the only true phase of what might even be somewhat called. Democracy in america has been america's voting writer and my mother has seen every single day van says contrary to what you might have been told real. Democracy in america hasn't been here that long. It's only been here for fifty six years this week. Van newkirk tells the short story of democracy by taking us through the life of the woman who saw the whole thing his mom. I'm julie longoria this experiment. A show about our unfinished country as van tells it his mom was born just one year before our democracy started a mother was born in sixty four. I understand that family. Storytelling often embellished. So you have to work a little bit too well. I've not yet gotten the fact checkers on some of this. But as the story goes a mother was born in greenwood mississippi. She went home in a cardboard box. That is the legend. I believe it's probably one of those. Cardboard bassin has which not that uncommon. But yeah you know they were poor and on the way home you know drove pass headquarters of civil rights organizations staging freedom summer but that's also will be known as the summer of civil rights because of the mississippi freedom summer project it was one of the main flashpoints in the civil rights movement and there were staging it out of headquarters in greenwood mississippi where she was born dan. He say what you want. I say i wanna reddish the vote. A lot of what they were trying to do was to register black people to vote to send into mississippi that stomach upwards of one thousand teachers ministers lawyers and students from all around the country and they did that in part by bringing lots and lots of volunteers. Lots and lots of white volunteers around the country to come down to mississippi. I hope we can reach the lives as many people as possible in idealistic the constitution the bill of rights. And i think it's important for everybody to have these every was met with incredible amounts of violence so about two three weeks after that. My house was five close. Been tony one of rise. Black little beaming. They should expect possibly somebody. She was born in the middle of all this. You know a time. When greenwood was a very contentious place to live for

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Google Giving Up on Games? - Stadia strategy shifts

All About Android

05:23 min | 2 years ago

Google Giving Up on Games? - Stadia strategy shifts

"Google announced yesterday that it's going to be shuttering. Its in-house game development studio Which they first formed one year ago. It was called stadium games and entertainment. They did all this hiring for brought in all these big names to create essentially create exclusive. First party stadia games to be there in the library in combination with all the other titles that everybody recognizes And google announced yesterday that we're not gonna do that anymore. And i feel like there's a lot to dive into here at the same time. We saw twitter. That you were going wild with this stuff and we were just really entertained by by your thoughts on this so Thought it was a perfect time to bring you on to talk a little bit about stadia. And i'm just curious like right off the top. You've had a day to kind of think about this. What does this say about stadia that they're getting rid of this because it's easy to go into the realm of. Oh google just likes to kill all of its its things before it ever had a chance or whatever. Do you think that's what we're looking at here. Is this different. I think with anything. Google quote unquote kills you. Have you have two sides of the story here. You have the consumer facing side which is often that google gets rid of something that people used And then you have the internal side. Where oftentimes google ends up taking pieces of that thing and applying them somewhere else where they make sense You can look at google wave for example a really really really weird product. That probably didn't make sense for the mass market. But that certain people used and loved and that google took some ideas from an incorporated into google inbox which was then at the thing that people really loved in us and then incorporated those things from inbox into g mail. So google has a way of kind of devouring itself And it's projects. Like that. And i think that is unfortunately what's happening with stadium here It's unfortunate for consumers because it means that stadia as a subscription cloud streaming service. I agree with sean hollister at the verge and what he said. The days are numbered. Now this service won't live on definitely so google says it's still invest in sadia. There will still be third party game releases you know with. Other developers will continue to make games compatible stadia They didn't say if they expected to produce pace of adoption or if they expected to continue to meet their target of four hundred games and what three years or something like that. I forget what the exact timeframe so don't don't quote me. They're quoting myself. i guess. But it's yeah it's dud. i'm. I've said things online and they're having consequences So i think that really the thing that kind of hit the ball About this was the announcement that there was something. Downside games entertainment stadia. Sorry and that was their in house game studio. That is big news. I agree that it's important. But they sort of. I wouldn't say they hit the lead necessarily but they waited a couple of paragraphs to be like and by the way we're looking at say business model and we might kind of take that in a different direction. Maybe who knows And they kind of left with that. They didn't get much more specific other than the say. They wanted to share the stadia platform with partners. So what that to me means a being intentionally vague about it Be that it means. Whatever they're doing does not mean a positive change impact for people who subscribe to stadia. That's they're saying the opposite they're saying that other companies are going to benefit for bid from stadia more than subscribers. Likely well and to me. That's you know. I think everybody else ought for this after a little while to. It's an admission that they want to take stadia and turn it into a be. Your beat ee. Like cloud gaming business where stadia As as a little company inside. Google sells this service. This ability to stream your games to game publishers and developers who can you stadium platform and their hardware resources. Just as you would. Aws amazon web services to stream games to gamers. where google is just the intermediary. It's really just. It's an isp for video games essentially Not not in a lot of senses but insensitive. The service provider here. So i think that's where most people have decided. This is where stadium headed. And i think the reasons for that. You've got a few good ones one. It seemed inevitable if you look at the streaming space Our our senior editor ryan. Hey how to post about this today if you look at the streaming space things initially started basically content. Clearing-houses like netflix switch. Gobbled up all the rights to everything Gave you the right to play it back but over time. Netflix's understood you know these studios and these These tv companies. They are starting to understand how to do what we do which is stream video and streaming video became so easy and so scales service. These companies started climbing back. The rights their content. Because they're like. Hey why would. I put my show on netflix. If i'm cbs. And i can charge people ten dollars a month to watch all every star trek ever So the industry has like very provable. Moved in this direction in the last five or so years. Especially i think what google is doing is foreshadowing that Essentially like all cartoons ization to use a very Poor term of art of video game streaming

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Small investors turn GameStop into a Wall Street "David and Goliath" story

Up First

03:18 min | 2 years ago

Small investors turn GameStop into a Wall Street "David and Goliath" story

"David and goliath story but with social media yeah. A story of small stock traders outwitting big institutional investors and making a fortune. Doing it for the moment game. Stop who's star covered around four dollars a year ago over three hundred dollars with the biggest gains happening just in this past week and in large part due to the buzz on social media online brokers tried to put the brakes on the wild ride but yesterday there were many more twists entrance. Npr's berliner senior editor in our business has been following all this. Thanks so much for being with us. He's got can you give us a recap of All the ups and downs this week. Yeah well let's start with game stop. It's retailer video games and familiar story. It our time It was in a lot of malls wasn't a good place to be And a bunch of headphones said you know that it's only gonna get worse for game stops. So they they bet against the stock. It's called short-selling At the same time though the online communities where a lot of people have taken to online trading People who were They were game. Stop fan maybe they had boss stuff there as kids and there are a lot more people treat online during the pandemic and they started buying stock when there's really push down And it just started picking up steam totally proliferated this weekend. It became kind of a mass movement. It sends the stock price in the stratosphere and the big hedge funds took a lot of losses. I mean that's the point and people make money a lot of people lose money who who winds up paying the price well. So far it's the hedge funds the short seller's they've lost a lot of money billions But that could all change if the game stop stock tumbles back to earth like for example where it was at the beginning of the year. It could be really painful for a lot of people who join these. These of message groups in in a place called a wall street bets where they've gathered to push up the stock. It's been kind of a jubilant atmosphere but if the stock starts fine they could get hurt pretty badly. Should we expect greater controls on. These rollercoaster trades to come in well. We saw some during the week. The popular online broker robin hood restricted trading game. Stop stop people from buying the stock. There was a huge backlash against robin hood. People were saying there was a lady double standard against small investors Robinhood opened up trading again on friday beyond that we should be hearings in congress and the securities and exchange commission dot a warning to be on the lookout for market manipulation. But there's no public evidence of that so far in this situation. There's nothing illegal or wrong about being enthusiastic about his stock now. If there's evidence the stock price was artificially inflated that would be a different story. How much has wall street been shaken by this. By saying how i'd want to say how easy because i'm sure it's not easy but How this could happen so unexpectedly. It's a seismic shift The power was in the hand of small investors for once you know wall street. Firms have had a lot of advantages in markets. That's let some people think they're rigged and this time the emitters got the upper hand Where this goes. No there could be some bearing back of short-selling but really we don't really know

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"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"senior editor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg's Greater China finance Senior editor Jonas Bergman joins us I don't know. What are the main drivers behind these hefty increases? Well, it Z all about deals. Of course we saw last year, for example, face 7% bump in equity issues, and he's a specific emanate. Deals have also risen in Asia. Well when they were down in most of the rest of the world, Morgan Stanley and Goldman and as you mentioned are, you know we're at the top of this. They lead in equity underwriting, and they lead in mne work. In in in in Asia Pacific so, but you know the bonuses. Relax. We vary across sectors room. Well, we're hearing will probably see the biggest payouts expected for bankers who work in health care or equity, capital markets and technology. And of course, the training site has been really busy too with we're hearing the boldest, polarizing 20% at morning Stanley in Asia Pacific, for example. And is it happening at all banks in the region, Jonah Well, as you mentioned, you know, the bonuses will be smaller with Citigroup, JP Morgan, the more sort of traditional commercial banks. And I mean no, no such you're looking globally. Some banks are our temporary payouts there, you know, looking at that. It perhaps doesn't look too good. Have massive paydays during Ah, pretty difficult time for many people around the world recover the pandemic. Don't appreciate your time. Thank you for that. That's a Bloomberg said Greater China Finance senior editor Jonas Bergman. Time now for Bloomberg size and scope. Every day we break down once a prototype from our coverage of today's number 158% here to explain what's behind. That is course some old Fox man C'mon Yes, well, truckers are spurning the trip between France and the UK while the crisis may be gone of those long lines of trucks that we saw right around the end of last year. This is a very real issue for carriers carrying goods between the two countries. So right now rejection rates freighters, saying they're not going to carry goods across the border there 158% higher than they were in the third quarter of last year. That equates to one in five as shipments of goods being rejected Essentially by these carriers, there's lots of issues in terms of moving these trucks across the border. Higher import duties simply waiting time 3 to 5% longer according to transport yon, and most of this data comes from them. On their German affirm that track some of this afraid the data on that's a big deal for the shippers because margins are tight. And then how are truckers Responding doesn't know. Yeah, well, in addition to simply not going there, hiking the rates of taking cargoes across the border. They're about 50% higher than they were in the third quarter on do we don't know. We kind of ignore the fourth quarter here because there was some stockpiling going on. I'm also volumes just lower 38% of where they were last year. Maybe some of that has to do with Corona virus. But some of that clearly to do with Brexit on this a reaction to the fact that shippers air trying to bypass and the UK route altogether. A new route opened up between Dublin and Amsterdam on Monday. That's a new possibility of four folks trying to move goods. Ultimately, as I said, margins are tight for these shipping companies. This could lead to a redundancies firms just getting out of this business overall, Yusef Thanks very much. Simone Simone Fox, but the kind of financial center and I want to get back to Dubai's biggest bank. Emirates NBD came to the right headline. Just moments ago, a Major move in terms off impairments so they are booking $2.16 billion in fiscal year impairments. Profit for the year drops 52%. So they reported a fiscal year profit of 6.97 billion terms. That compares to 14.5 billion the market had been looking for 6.44 billion. That's according to six estimates on the fiscal year profit side It appears to have been actually a beat. But they are signing higher provisions and the game from a sail off the network. International shares that are not repeated in 2020 and that excludes the network international game between 19 profit was down 31% year on year so they are giving that clarification and that bigger context Impairment allowances of 7.94 billion Durham's. They're signing weaker credit environment, impact of covert 19 with net cost of risk and 100 and 63 bits and this is what I was alluding to earlier. Is that this is really a very important metric to understanding you economic activity and divine particular after the damage that was done from covert 19, so a bit of guidance, then from the bank, and we'll see how the market digest his results as we count down. To the open. I want to get back to some of the global matters As we count down to the Fed decision. It is very much a day over units of cautiousness, and we've seen that getting reflected on the S and P 500. Many contract Down 1/5 of 1%. Yes, Microsoft came in with a big beat, and there will be plenty to look forward to in terms of a big tech baron Je with Apple, Facebook and Tesla. But at the end of the day, it is about the virus variants and the hurdles to stimulus that are drawing a bit of a cloud over some of these positive pockets. In the earning season that includes Texas Instruments and includes aimed the A lot of strength and tech very much the case US tens at 1.4. The Treasury's pairing start smaller losses month and demand is gonna be a supportive factor according to the markets. Lifetime for sure. Bloomberg dollar Index comes on the pressure down 1% that, actually no not down. 1%. Excuse me. The Bloomberg dollar index is down. Is up. 1/10 of 1% and then Brent crude is currently up 3/10 of 1% again overnight we heard from the Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo. He said that they do believe that the worst is over over and that they're hopeful that 2021 will be a good year. And technical factors are part of that line of thinking because the markets actually switched Into backwardation. We're also seeing good moves. Interesting moves. Rather, Of course, it depends if you're long or your short but in the commodities space, so outside of oil and things like Gold and think short squeeze in zinc, really helping propel some of the gains concerns around inventories coverage continues. This is Bloomberg. Covert 1910. The world reopened for business gives a sense of how you're wrapping up. Take care of folks on the ground. What's the long term impact? Why will we not see a V shaped.

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"senior editor" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"senior editor" Discussed on KOMO

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"senior editor" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"senior editor" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"One of my old co workers who is now the senior editor of the American conservative writes, this tree of liberty must from time to time be drunk, driven into by a gaggle of faux patriotic morons waving around crappy banners of presidential idolatry. This guy so conservative, he bleeds conservatism, and he didn't like what he saw today, either, And I'm glad it's good to hear. I'm not alone in that, But I maybe I don't know. Let's find out Brian in Dallas. Welcome to Cliff. Get after noon noon. Earning good to talk to you, Um, when I turned on thought for sure you were just gonna be back in Crump and everything, so it shouldn't hear you've been. You're being honest about it. I think I can give you my opinion about Where his opportunity was lost far as losing the election. He could have done one or two things on D. I think what he should have done Is embrace the melon but voting, you know, instead of trying to go, you know, just telling his people not to go. You know if we could go to Walmart er, wherever we can go stand in line the vote, which is true, I stood in line and I voted. Or he could have took All of his lawyers and all of these people and went all in against it, which he didn't do strong enough. So I think that's where he lost his opportunity. I tend to agree with you. I think a lot of this does come back to this mail in voting, which I I thought in the beginning was what a scam you know. I mean, we could go to a liquor store or walmart, but we can't go stand in line and vote. I mean, give me a break. I mean, clearly there was an agenda there, but I agree. I think mail in voting was Kind of the beginning of the downfall this year. I don't think the pandemic helped anything, I think response perhaps a different response. And the problem is, and one of the reasons I was always hesitant to criticize the response to the pandemic is because nobody knew anything. I don't care. You know, It's easy to Monday Morning quarterback, but they're having to make this stuff up as they went along because nobody knew what this WASP And you know, and then it didn't matter what he did. It was criticized. It was wrong. It was evil, etcetera, etcetera, And that was just the storyline from then on. That's a good call. Brian. I appreciate you. Okay. Thank you. Okay, I do. I appreciate you coming on. No, I'm not. I don't back Trump on this. I look what was there was there Illegality in the election, probably What? Can you prove it? No, and they've had multiple times to do that in court. They have it. So I'm done with it. Move on. It's time to go. Thank you for your term. We appreciate your service. Good luck to you in the future. It's got to go. Wanna come back to the phones, 8887875543, But I am up against the wall on time, So I don't have a chance to get to anybody. If you're on hold, please hang in there. I will come to you as quickly as I can. We also have trending topics. That are coming up here in just a matter of moments..

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