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"senior vice president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Much holding on to our gains here when it comes to the equity side of thing and we're counting down to the fed meeting next week. A lot of earnings we've been getting through. We are on track though for some weekly gains when it comes to the major equity averages. So let's get to it. Our market guest on this Friday, Katarina, Simone, she's senior vice president and private wealth adviser over at Morgan Stanley private wealth management joining us once again on Zoom from Philadelphia. Katarina, I don't know about you, but I am exhausted. It's been quite a week. It's just a lot of stuff coming at us, you know, when it comes to earnings, economic news just kind of where we are going. So here we are. We sit on a Friday, equity seem rather enthusiastic. How do you see it? Caroline and medicine, thank you for having me on the show and happy Friday. And I agree with you, boy. What a week. And the question is, are we looking at the market that is showing all the sorts of resilience in face of the mixed earnings and face of the risk? And all the uncertainty that we seemingly are facing in, is this the sign of the health of the economy that we are maybe not accounting for, or is it being foolishly optimistic? And unfortunately, this is the difficult part for the investors because that's where they find themselves in these two camps because you have one camp that is getting ready for the decline in the market, getting ready for all the risks, the pressures on earnings. The stickiness of the inflation that he remains high to the point where fed is not really ready to declare victory yet, possibility of economic recession in generally the unknown of what the delayed effect, the fed action is going to yield. And then the other camp that is so excited about the fact that market has been positive this year so far. Despite earnings. All right, so which camp are you in? Are you the more optimistic that, hey, earning seeming pretty good, Muhammad el Arian, he was on our air earlier and said, you know, there's no guarantee that we have to go to recession. And if you look at earnings, it would point to otherwise that maybe we'll avoid it. Are you in that camp? Are you in the camp that your folks, you know, your expectations about where we are and especially in terms of what the fed's going to do and the slowdown that you're missing it. So which one are you in? I'm in the camp that the bear market is not over yet. And I think it will be smart to not ignore the warnings of the market and specifically the earnings, specifically the fact that affect that this regional bank situation might have on the availability of the liquidity and potential credit that it might cause, we can not spend the way we have been spending in this high interest rate environment. Neither consumers or the institutions. And this is going to have a long-lasting effect. Now, in the longer run, I'm absolutely optimistic. No bear market lasts forever. We just have to have a somewhat longer view on equities and also take advantage of the higher yields that are finally available to us on the fixed income side. So bigger picture then on the financials, are you advising to stay away for now because of concerns about that credit tightening? Well, we have to be very selective. We generally have to be very selective with equities right now. But specifically with financials, there are some financial institutions that are showing tremendous strength. And quite frankly, our trading below where they should be. So they present some attractive buying opportunities. But there are certain parts of the financial sectors where we have to be very cautious. You know, it is such an interesting environment at this point. And we keep reminding everybody that fed policy, there's no exact science to it. And it's not uncommon for the fed to overdo it, miss the mark, if you will. And so we do wonder what's going to happen from here. Having said that, and we were just talking a little bit about the financials. Do you feel like as investors are you guys ever at Morgan Stanley kind of shelving the banking crisis for now? And you feel like, all right, we've got this. That's one thing that we can maybe take off the wall of worry list, or not yet. Well, to your point, what we tell clients is that the current environment is like trying to stop the fast moving train that has no break, right? And you're throwing everything we have added and Federal Reserve is really trying to control the situation, but the question is how effective they're going to be. And we see that while they're not run raising rates yet, we're already talking about the rate cuts. Are we going to get them later this year or possibly next year? So this banking situation is going to have a fact absolutely. We are just gauging how deep of an effect it's going to be. And if we look back at 2008, we emerged from 2008 as the healthier much better positioned financial system. And I think the lessons are going to be learned from this crisis as well. And hopefully we move forward without making this mistakes. So you think that lesson will be what more regulation on the banks, similar to kind of the recommendations we got from the fed report on SVB today. Well, I think the main lesson is going to be not underestimating interest rate risk. And having sufficient levels of liquidity, but also the regulation that will be applied to all the banks or low levels because the consumers here in the United States should be able to comfortably walk into the bank and expect the bank to be regulated on the same level as the bank across the street. So you say stay defensive. So you're talking healthcare energy utilities, consumer Staples. Is that fair? That absolutely is fair and just generally stocks that pay dividends that have strong competitive positioning that have strong buying power and pricing power and the same power in this market. It is really important these days to understand what we own. The simple conscience investment strategy that allows investors to pivot based on the ever changing environment. So when we get to the end of the week like this, we can actually add accordingly, possibly have some cash on the sidelines, take advantage of the higher yields and be prepared that if this market were to drop that we can actually act and take advantage of the dips in the market. Katarina, what about big technology? Microsoft, I'm looking at about a 7% gain for the week. I'm just throwing one name out there. I think it's safe to say, and Amazon, we just talked about a lot that there was kind of some concern certainly about the cloud business. But, you know, overall this week, big tech really came in very strongly. It's a group that everybody keeps saying, forget it, forget it. It's time to look at other things. What is your read on big technology? Are you telling your clients wealthy clients that they need to stay away from tech or that they should be all in, especially when we're talking so much about AI as being the next growth driver? Well, we are absolutely not telling them to stay away because technology is here to stay. Technology drives every single aspect of our life. But like with everything else, we have to be selective. And we have to understand why the position in tech that we're taking on is going to be here a year from now ten years from now, potentially 30 years from now. What is that competitive advantage? And what is that ability for that technology company to generate consistently generate earnings? We can't just view tech as this great successful, wonderful sector that can not fail. Anything like any sector in the market has its ups and its downs. So it's really important to own quality within technology. All right, got to leave it on that note. Katarina, thank you so much. Appreciate it. Have a great weekend. Katarina, Simone. She's senior VP, private wealth adviser at Morgan Stanley, private wealth management on Zoom from Philadelphia. Interesting, a little bit more defensive saying that the bear market
"senior vice president" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Tim Thomas is a senior vice president for the chemical plant and spoke to channel 6 action news in Philadelphia about the type of chemical that spilled into the otter creek. It's like the material that you find in paint. You know, it's your typical acrylic paint in your house that you have. That's what really this material is in a water base. I'm so aller. It's 11 till now on America in the morning, Russian president Vladimir Putin has announced he will move tactical nuclear weapons into neighboring Belarus. Correspondent Karen Chammas reports. Russian president Vladimir Putin said the plan was in response to Britain's recent decision to supply Ukraine with ammunition containing uranium. Russia falsely claims that these rounds have nuclear components in an interview on Russian state TV, Putin said that Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko has long asked for the weapons. He said construction of storage facilities for the weapons in Belarus would be completed by July 1st. I'm Karen Chammas. 6 people, 5 of them children were killed in a car crash on an interstate highway in Tennessee Sunday, two cars were involved. One of them with 8 people in sight smashed into a concrete barrier and flipped over on interstate 24 in Robertson county, Tennessee. All 6 who died were ejected from the car, 5 of those were children between the ages of one and ten years old, all of those who perished died at the scene. It has been another arrest in the cryptocurrency world. Accused of orchestrating a multi-billion dollar fraud. Here's technology reporter, chuck palm, Tara Luna, CEO, do Kwan was arrested Thursday in Montenegro, Tara Luna was at the beginning of the crypto collapse of last year and was one of the events credited with the industry's slide, the SEC alleged that Kwan was behind the $40 billion evaporation of funds behind the Luna stablecoin, guan had stated on Twitter that he is not on the run or anything similar. One of the first production ready human form robots known as digit has released the upgraded version that will be handling bulk material in warehouses and distribution centers. Damon Shelton CEO of agility robotics said digits will be taking on the doll and dirty, dangerous tasks and allowing people to focus on more creative and complex work and Intel's founder Gordon Moore died on Friday at the age of 94 Intel the manufacturer for microprocessors in 80% of the world's computers has worked under the theory dubbed Moore's Law. That is, the amount of microprocessors in every PC will double every two years. For more tech news, visit the top tech minute dot com, I'm chuck palm. Teams continue to be eliminated as things get whittled down and NCAA college hoops and 9 till Robert workman has Monday sports. The NCAA men's basketball final four has some fresh faces this year, Sunday, San Diego state and creighton 57 56 to win the south region for coach Brian dutcher. Well, we're grateful to be advancing. I told the team in the locker room. They had the music going. I walked in. Sing dance or get out of the way. Aztecs are going to the final four. In the Midwest, Miami rally from down 13 to tackle Texas 88 81, the hurricanes like the Aztecs going to their first final four. Jordan Miller had 27 points and did not miss a shot. What I'm most proud of is the will and the togetherness of this team. I don't think we've been down that much in a very long time. On Saturday 9 Z Florida Atlantic won the east for the owl's first trip to championship weekend and Connecticut clobbered Gonzaga out west. So the national semifinals Saturday in Houston will have the owls and the Aztecs and the opener, then the hurricanes against the huskies with the championship game one week from tonight. On the women's side, LSU topped Miami and Iowa rump has Louisville, Caitlin Clark had 41 points on a triple double as the hawkeyes and the tigers advanced to the national semifinals. Tonight number one South Carolina takes on Maryland and Virginia tech faces Ohio State to fill the last two spots in Dallas. NBA, the Cavaliers rolled over the rockets to clinch a playoff birth first time they've done that without LeBron James in 25 years. Bulls bumped off the Lakers, but LA got LeBron back after a month with a sore foot wins for the Celtics hornets, magic grizzlies thunder wrapped wars and Timberwolves. NHL the bruins got by the hurricanes in a shootout, Boston is one 7 in a row. Avalanche kings Canucks and Maple Leafs also win. That's Monday sports. Robert workman with sports at 7 till coming up on America in the morning, lean break from prison with a toothbrush. Back after these messages.
"senior vice president" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Maybe others are. The school tells me they are working with federal and local investigators to learn more about what happened and what steps they need to take next. Denise Whitaker, come on news. Starbucks defending its actions, dealing with unions despite criticism from labor, organizers, details from northwest news radio's Jeff pozole. On Wednesday, baristas labor leaders and supporters protested against the coffee company, saying the actions of Starbucks amount to union busting. But at the annual shareholders meeting today, senior vice president of communications AJ Jones says they are working with employees whom the company refers to as partners. We believe our partner's voice should be heard and be exercised through an election process, whether that before or against any representation. But the company is opposed to labor unions, saying they are unnecessary. Starbucks is also declined to sign a neutrality agreement, which would limit what managers could say to employees about labor organization. Jeff Poe to a northwest news radio. The flight attendants union is defending a proposed airline policy change that would force parents to buy a separate ticket for their infant passengers. At a congressional hearing chaired by Washington U.S. senator Maria Cantwell, Sarah Nelson, president of the flight attendants association, explains why parents should no longer be allowed to hold their baby throughout a commercial flight. That is not safe for the infant. It's not safe in these severe turbulence incidents where the children actually become projectiles. If the policy changes, parents would have to buy a plane ticket for their infant and bring a car seat on board, senator JD Vance, Ohio Republican worries, that would encourage parents to abandon flying in favor of long and statistically more dangerous car trips. We're actually proposing a change that would make things much, much more miserable for parents for very little marginal improvement in safety. Nelson points out the new policy would require the baby to be strapped in, only during takeoffs and landings or when instructed by the flight crew. She also agrees should the policy be enacted airlines should sell the newly required infant tickets and have price. Corwin hake, northwest, news radio. So if I'm willing to sit in a car seat, can I get a half price ticket? Yes, I suppose you could. Okay, I'll hear that one
"senior vice president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bryce dodie, old friend of the program. Joining us here on the stage is senior vice president of appreciate point out and senior portfolio manager over at sit investment associates. All right, let's get right to it, Bryce. You go back to the beginning of this year and you look at some of your worst fears, some of your worst predictions here. Did the markets actually meet that? Did they come in higher than that or lower than that? It was incredibly difficult year in 2022. We were very pessimistic. We saw the fed is way, way, way behind the curve. Just over a year ago, there are 12 month forecast for fed funds was less than 1%. I mean, we knew they were going to have to pivot them, but not to this degree. No. We thought it could be the worst Bond market in history, which we're thinking maybe down 5%, not 13 to 15%. And it is just an incredibly terrible year because the fed was so far behind the curve that by the time they did try to catch up, it was just so extreme that in such a short period of time, they just really blew everyone away. And so that obviously bled over into the stock market and caused the combined market stocks and bonds to just be shockingly bad. Having said that, it does set up for a much better 2023. The fed can't raise rates another 4%, you know? There's so many things that are saying from the afterlife, watch me. You know, I could do that. Well, there is that. And as a bond person, you know, we're just naturally paranoid we're always thinking about the downside. So it's been kind of strange lately to have this sense of optimism for 2023. I'm like, what was that? I forgot what it felt like to be optimistic as a bond, but the one thing I would say is, yeah, I hear you. I mean, it felt so miserable to see both the stock and bond market. Just take a big hit to see that correlation. That's not what's supposed to happen. Having said that, what is it that gives you certainty that you feel like you can start to predict 2023 at this point? Well, I think inflation being a 10% in 22 is just horrific in 23. People are equivalent about it being somewhere between two and four. I'm like, hey, you can buy investment grade bonds at 5. We're automatically at least within you can conceive a real yield. That's a complete game changer. So I see inflation coming down much quicker than I think other people do because they don't really the way the math works is if oil is an 80 and stays at 80, that's zero inflation. So I'm not calling for deflation, like a lot of people think it has to go back to where it was in 21. No, prices could just stabilize where they are and we'd have zero CPI. So those kind of things are what give me a lot of optimism. I think the feds got two more rate increases in them, and that's it. Two more rate increases of 25 basis points, each 50 basis points. What do you see? I'm trying to not be pinned down, man. I think it would be 50 and 25. A very wise man said to me earlier today that, you know, everybody speculating about what's going to happen in terms of the fed and market outlooks, you know, a lot of them got it wrong this year. So what is really the smart conversation? Is there something that you can really kind of hang your hat on here? Who is this wise man? Did you just make this person up? You know him well. Okay, all right. It's not me. Well, the economy is transitioning from zero growth with 10% inflation to stagnation. We're going to have another year zero growth, but we're not going to have 10% inflation. So it's a different animal. And that's a tough, tough market for stocks. Mine for bonds. But stocks were getting earnings boosts by purely inflation. They're not going to get that lift. So the first half of the year is going to be a little tough. And there's going to be some misinterpretation about what's going on. One real real problem with the way that Powell is looking at things is that he sees this cost push inflation from wages. There's just not going to happen. Wage inflation was a wage increases were trailing CPI for the last 18 months. So that's a rare situation where you have negative wage growth. It's going to flip back to positive. That's what it normally is. It normally outpaces inflation because of productivity. And he's going to misinterpret that. He's going to think, oh no, that is, that means it's going to feed into forever inflation. This vicious circle. Cycle, which it doesn't. And so that's what's really going to cause the stock market headaches because people that will wait for the pivot will get disappointed back and forth back and forth. But by the time they finally capitulate and say, oh wow, wages have been going up and it hasn't been showing up in CPI. And in fact, when you use new rents for core CPI, CPI is pretty darn low. Be able to start to look at a three month annualized CPR rate instead of the CPI rate instead of the year over year. And when that transition happens and they'll be like February March, you better be fully invested in stocks because they'll pop. All right, we're going to leave it on that note. Hey Bryce, thank you so much. Bristoe, senior portfolio manager at sit investment associates joining us there via Zoom. You know, I got to say, I feel like we do have a more filled playbook when it comes to 2023, whether it's the war because the war is not going to surprise us. It's either going to end, it's going to continue, but we've kind of got that checked out. I still think we're understanding that global supply chains are too. There are things that are out there that if it hits investors once again, it's going to be like, well, wait a minute. We know that this is going on. Yeah. I mean, you hope so. Well, I hope so, right? You could have said the same thing. The inflation, right? At this point, do we really anticipate it's going to go much higher? No, and it's interesting. One thing I thought that was interesting in Bryce's comments, specifically when we talk about oil prices without actually the new Dallas fed survey where they survey all the big shale executives. It's like a 150 of them or something just came out. You know what their average price is that they're looking at for no idea. 84 bucks
"senior vice president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"senior vice president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"senior vice president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Senior vice president of policy and government relations at the National Association of Manufacturers. Plus, Massachusetts Congresswoman Lori Trahan weighs in on the New Texas law that bans most abortions in the state. And a disappointing jobs report showing a slowdown in U. S hiring in August. We'll talk about it with Labor Secretary Marty Walsh. But first Afghan refugees looking for a new life have arrived in America after helping the U. S and Afghanistan the past 20 years. Does the United States have policies in place to allow the refugees to settle properly? I talked about that with Michael Breen, president, chief executive officer of Human Rights, First one of the nation's leading human rights advocacy organizations. Previously Michael lead soldiers in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan as a U. S. Army officer. We are Going to see tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of Afghans outside the United States who need to come here and who have been many ways earned the right to come here as part of this evacuation in this crisis, but Those who are already in yet inside the United States. Um as long as the administration allows us to run smoothly and and properly resources, it We can continue to use the existing resettlement network that we already have well established to welcome and integrate these folks into our communities in the United States. We've seen tens of thousands of American veterans and their families rushing to welcome them with open arms. Others in civil society and the business community are doing the same. These are it's worth staying, You know, restating. A lot of these people are our folks have shed blood alongside American. Servicemen and women in Afghanistan, including myself. Um And and so these are these are people we already know And it's we have all the tools we need to walk into our communities. But those tools need to be used and we need to maintain the political will to make it happen. You have described the need for a humanitarian corridor inside Afghanistan. Explain to us what you mean by that and how it would work. That's absolutely right. I mean, I think we all saw the consequences of a single exit point in a country that's following two to an organization like the Taliban. We all saw those images outside the airport. Crowds, people literally being crushed to death in an attempt to enter the airport. That's because there was one way out. There are again tens, if not hundreds of thousands of U. S allies, civil society leaders, women, other vulnerable people in Afghanistan who need to get out. And they need assistance in reaching the objective points. The United States still has a great deal of leverage if it chooses to use it. With the Taliban was surrounded with neighboring countries, but they need to secure path out. We are talking to people on the ground all over Afghanistan, not just in Kabul, who are describing house to house searches by the Taliban sweeps of neighborhoods. Summary executions of those who worked with the United States and our Western allies on the street. Um, these, the need is clear, and we have the tools to do this, but it's going to take international leadership by the United States and again that sustained political will. Michael. I know you lead soldiers in combat in both Iraq and Afghanistan as a U. S. Army officers 173rd airborne. As you just said you were in the field with these Afghans. We've heard so much about interpreters, drivers, contractors who did any number of things to help you in the field. Can you talk to us about what? That relationship was like? How well did you know them? How close were you in the field of combat? We were as close as you can be. I was looking at a picture about 12 of us standing essentially on the aft packed border in Kunar province. A few of us you know, wearing we all look the same. You know, Some of them were Afghans. Some of them are Americans. The guy watching my back wasn't after We're as close as I was with with the other guys, always with Remember one incident and later became something that was talked about a lot where in 2000 and five we had a difficult mission. We lost a lot of special operations. People in one day there was a desperate combat search and rescue operation was launched later became a very large operation at the beginning of that combat search and rescue operation. We're about 24 of us at a forward operating base who decided we needed to walk into the crash site to try to get out whoever we could, and we thought we were looking at a gun fight against, you know, 2 to 300. Anti coalition militias were calling him at the time that later turned out to not happen. Thank God. But who was it that stepped forward to walk up there with us and bolster our ranks? It was our Afghan allies to step forward. They step forward before Wendy Adjacent Marine unit step forward, and they walked that far away with us. So it's a strange thing for combat veteran to take that band of brothers and Banda sisters and now say, Well, some of you get to go home and some of you are left to die. I think for those of us who live by that code that no one is left behind. That's an impossible thing for us to live with and accept. Appreciate your telling that story. As Michael Breen describes the guy who had my back was an Afghan When you see the image, Michael, we were just talking about it. The last soldier leaving Major General Donahue Kristin, he was climbing onto a C 17 knowing there was no one in line behind him to get on that airplane. How are you going to get thousands more Afghans out? Despite the intentions, it seems Of the Taliban. Well, I think one thing we've seen over and over again, is that When you when you give people the choice to just sort of give up hope and stay and die. Word to improvise to do what they can to try to get to safety. Will do what they can and will be as creative as you can imagine people would be. We're here to support them, as they do that make that as safe as they can as we could make it, But a lot of Afghans are going to figure out how to get themselves to safety and they're going to do it with or without the help American Society of the U. S. Government, thanks to Michael Breen, president and chief executive officer of Human Rights first Coming up. Corporate America prepares for a big lobbying blitz to oppose President Biden's plan to hike corporate taxes. We'll talk with one of those taking part, Eric Newhouse, senior vice president of policy and government relations at the National Association of Manufacturers. That's next, you're listening to balance of power on Bloomberg Radio. 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"senior vice president" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Steve's graffiti show on WTMJ. The boxer was hot. Continue our Bucks conversation. Game one in the books didn't go our way. But that's game one of hopefully four bucks wins, so it could be five. Could be six could be seven. But if we get the four before they do, we're NBA champs. Joining us on the phone line. Bucks senior Vice President Alex last three. Good morning. Good morning. Let's talk about it. We're excited. We're in the NBA Finals for the first time in a very long time, nearly 50 years as somebody who helps lead that organization. What does that feel like? It's an incredible feeling. You know, that was, you know, uh, a great series against Atlanta, you know, to kind of persevering that way after you honest went down for the team to come together, and when it's An incredible feeling. It's great for the city, and it's awesome to see the entire state just kind of rallying behind me. My Facebook and Instagram feeds are just passed everyone cheering on the bus, but it's also one where we know we're not done yet, and we're not satisfied with just being in the finals. It's awesome to be there. But we don't want to just be Eastern Conference champs. You want to be NBA champs, One of the things that was unexpected. I was actually broadcasting from the Dear District last night for WTMJ and the news that Janice was going to play. I didn't see it coming, but just speak to the incredible athleticism and the healing ability of one honest, I guess nothing should surprise us. He's one of the great talents in the world when it comes to basketball, But Well, that was an incredible showing last night 17 rebounds that you have 20 points unexpected but a good sign for the rest of the finals. Yeah, I think you you know you you saw from, you know, in game in Game four. What you know when he went down, worried that he might be out all of next year to now being back two games later, and I think he showed that When he is out there. It just changes the game. And, you know, I think he was still getting some of his his trust back. I think he was getting some of his endurance back. I mean, he hadn't played in, um, you know, and four or five days, So you know that takes a toll, and so I think, getting him back out there and just letting him see what he could do. Um, is going to make him that much stronger and veteran game too. And but it was incredible. I think you saw the team rally around and it just speaks to, you know, kind of the freak that he is. She could come back after me Like any injury like that, you know, two games later. You know, one of the things that we sometimes suffer from, as we take that incredible athleticism and talent for granted. I don't know that we do that with Yannis. But the things he's accomplished that's still a relatively young age was 26 27. That is when the Michael Jordans of the world just really started to excel. The future is bright. And for Yannis, the future is incredible. Yeah, Look, it's not just you know, the future. The president. I mean word, you know, four games away from being NBA champion, and I think that's something that we're trying to stay in the moment on. Trying to realize hey, that this is going to be a tough and and ruling in physical series. But, um, it's one that we know is winnable when you've got guys like Johannes Chris Drew Brooke. PJ out there on the floor. And so I think we're really excited about the fact that we've got young for the next You know, five plus years and that we've also got a chance to win a championship right now. Senior vice president Alex Lazzari joining us in WTMJ. As I said, I was done at the Dear District last night, they turn out I watched it on TV, but to be down there is something completely different. The thousands of Bucks fans Who not only turn out for the outside venues, but inside Pfizer form. The numbers were incredible. And I would expect that to continue it speaks to. I think an organizational decision to make this Area, not just the FISA performance up with the area, A venue in in its own on its own merits is a great business decision. Just speak to some of the successes you guys have had down there. It is absolutely incredible to see the the level of attendance, certainly, but the enthusiasm it brings to the franchise and full display both on TV and in person. Yeah. I mean, look, this This was our vision, and I think it's gone even beyond what we expected, you know, And I think a lot of people forget. You know when we were first talking about the idea of An arena and arena district. A lot of people didn't think that this was something that people were going to want to do that people would come down for and you know, we're seeing people from all over with confidence, not just in Milwaukee. It's all over Wisconsin wanting to come down. And being the dear district and be you know, a good city or the Mecca The beer garden be out on the Plaza B. M Pfizer form to watch a game on our on the On the Jumbotron, and I think it just speaks to the excitement that people have that this is that was confident country that people love the Milwaukee Bucks and couldn't be more excited about the success of this team. But also I think speaks to you know the want for, um you know, some type of entertainment venue like we created and it's been, I think a huge boon for the city and hopefully You know, after after this, where, over the next few years, we're going to figure out even more creative ways to bring more people down to the plaza and use that entire space for for new and innovative ways. I think speaking to that that Part of this. It is certainly more than just a buck's story and more than a deer. This six storey expands the universe for entertainment, economic development. We see with the arrival of a new hotel soon. This is a game changer for the city, not just that little part of the city. 100% and for where it is in the city, you know, I mean, we're west of the river. When you go down there, you see a true melting pot of people, Uh, in the full scale of you know what Milwaukee is, You know it's beautiful diversity and everything. And so Um, it's something that you know where every time I see and you know, we show the players after some games. You know, they're everyone's just in all that. You know, we've got 20 plus 1000 people. All coming down there to to watch games. I mean, I'm getting text from, you know, national reporters, TV people, etcetera who are all saying, like Out like it is awesome to see pictures and video of the Dear district and all those people down there. And so that's something that the players feel. You know, we can all feel that That energy and excitement and again this is this is what's going to take Milwaukee to that next level, and we're already seeing it, You know, concerts them before Cove at concerts and everyone who are skipping Milwaukee before Now wanting to come and play here more than any other city because of you know, the the excitement and the energy that they get when they come down. We'll kick it off again Thursday night game to the NBA Finals. Hopefully, they had better results at the end of the game. Alex last senior vice president Bucks always great to talk to you. Thanks for having me. All right after the break. Another guy that joins me on the show quite a bit as Dave Spinal for the president, CEO of Annex Wealth management that's coming up next right here in WTMJ..
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"senior vice president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What will the restaurant industry and nearly $900 billion a year business look like in the wake of the pandemic? Thousands of restaurants didn't survive the Corona virus outbreak it all and the ones that did had to adapt to a different world. In this pandemic environment, there has been a much greater focus on take out toe livery drive through and curbside. That's Hudson, really senior vice president of the National Restaurant Association, he says. Not only will it be a greater focus on prepared meals that are eaten inside the restaurant. We should expect more technology in the industry like digital ordering and more delivery only places working from so called ghost kitchens with no seating areas at all. But don't worry, people will still go out to eat to be with family and friends or get a break from cooking. Those two drivers, socialization and convenience will still be quite quite important going forward. Tom Busby Bloomberg Radio. Hey, y'all Jeff Foxworthy here. Now, if you've ever found yourself, repeating the same thing over and over for 75 years, you might be Smokey Bear. Only you can prevent wildfires. That's why I'm filling in for Smokey to switch things up because there's a lot more to say. And I should know because my grandfather was a firefighter. And one of the things he taught me is that the people that love the outdoors, the most are often the ones accidentally starting wildfires, which means Always b y O b. No. Bring your own bucket to the campfire. And be extra careful with things like burning yard trimmings don't just walk away. Our chances are you might be starting a wildfire. So for the love of the outdoors, go to smokey bear dot com to learn more about wildfire.
"senior vice president" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Vino dot com, But your favorite rusty nails ready for this. Forgive me salt tequila dot com. I'm going there. Okay. Roger. What's that mean? I get to talk to you. Look at this. How are you? This is good looking. Anybody looking at anybody who has this is this is his office. It's like madmen Booth. There's booze in every office and every single scene started with somebody taking. You could just put out a cigarette. I'm sure. Yeah, exactly as they walked up, Robert. Great to have you and I and I know that one of our viewers suggested one of our producers that we bring you on air, So it's so good to have you You were a 28 year or are a 28 year. Beverage industry veteran, You know, I've always wondered about how does one get into this crowded, crowded field talking about that? Yeah, you know, fantastic question. And in my career I've met so many people you meet people who think it's easy and you go to the zoo. You pick a color and an animal and you put in a can. And you're gonna sell it to Wal Mart, You know, just doesn't work that way. The concepts are simple. But the execution is very, very difficult, and we're very fortunate that our team is just years and years and decades of experience with retail and distribution, and they trust us, So it's ah Nothing's easy, but we certainly have an advantage in our route to market with our relationship. Just for some continuity you were you were the senior vice president, general manager for a company called Red Bull. Where, you know my goodness. Woz. I Woz. I have the honor of working with some really great people over there. They're about 334 of us who started the North American operation and we had a tremendous consultant working with us. We grew that thing from zero toe. 1.6 billion and and I'll call my good crazy Robert Mystique is our guest. He's the founder and CEO splashed beverage group. You can find them. They're publicly traded under the stock symbol. SB Evey as you can see here, Robert all the years and years that we've been on television radio. We've amassed a collection of all of our guests, So I think there's a space. I think that space like right there. We do have room for Mork and move out the now all right, I'll put Miami in the garage. Hey, talk about talk about your company, because because obviously you guys are in three very distant It's verticals. One of which is the is the energy drink vertical, which you know very obviously you've got great experience. Also, you're in the wind vertical and that's a keel over. We'll talk about each one of them. Yeah, absolutely. You know, they seem they seem like different segments within the beverage space, and they are technically, but we have tremendous efficiencies. We buy labels from the same people in bottles and plastic from the same people. That's a great thing for us. But I have to tell you, um like any business, you guys and I know you all know this, but it comes down to people. And our people are phenomenal. I've got one gentleman's been working for you for 21 years we have had the privilege of working with a general named Bill Meisner, who's on your president and chief marketing officer. He was the president of sparkling eyes. The president of Jones Soda, He did fuse all kinds of brands system absolute gentleman and brilliant guy. One of our senior vice presidents, woman name Aida Aragon. She basically put muscle milk on the shelf before the Pepsi transaction. So we have a tremendous team and executive management and our board. Our board is incredible. I'm the only nobody on the board. Oh, that's garbage. Okay, So let me let me use this as a let me use this is a teaching moment because many people and you know we got we got soldiers and sailors all over the country listening to us on radio Get Johnny lunch bucket sitting on their couch at home. We got professionals in the industry driving around this country. Listen to us on the radio. The one of the interesting things you mentioned was the muscle milk before the Pepsi transaction. My after that it was a Pepsi or Coke. Pepsi was a Pepsi. They require muscle both. Yeah. Great people here that now what does that mean? When you build a brand when you invest in a private health company, there's only one reason you invest if your best in a public traded company I could sell that stock tomorrow and be liquid in three days.
"senior vice president" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Says it will cancel all reservations in the Washington D. C area during the week of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration and reimburse host what they would have made. Airbnb expense. This is an attempt to further prevent prevent further attacks at the Capitol one week after pro Trump supporters stormed the capital building, which resulted in five Yes. Joining us now. Chris Lahane, senior vice president for global policy and communications at Airbnb, So, Chris, you know not only are you canceling reservations. You're doing it at hope, Airbnb his expense and reimbursing them what they would have made if these days had happened, so this is a pretty dramatic move on your part. Who did you consult about this? And how did you come to this decision? Yeah, And I think thanks for having us, you know, a million years. I didn't think we'd be having this type of a conversation. You know, really? We've been consulting with local officials, Mayor's office, federal officials, members of Congress. Obviously, yesterday you had the two governors, governor of Maryland governor of Virginia. Also the mayor of Washington, D. C. All make really clear that they just did not want people traveling to Washington, D. C. We have a decision making framework that we call our stakeholder framework. We just really considered all the issues impacting our stakeholders. And one of those stakeholders are the communities that we're in. It just became really clear to us that the right thing to do here was to the block people traveling from to Washington, given all the guidance, given everything that's going on, given, frankly, the interest of our republic We certainly didn't want to make sure that our hosts who are going to be economically impacted are made whole and that is part of our stakeholder framework. But ultimately, this was pretty simple decision to prioritize. The public health and safety of particularly given the guidance that we were being given yesterday from those various leaders. Since then, the president has been impeached for the second time the first president ever to be impeached twice. You are also canceling reservations on hotel tonight. Haven't heard other hotels saying that they're gonna be canceling reservations. Do you think that they should be doing that? Great question. I'm pretty comfortable speaking about our decision making. Obviously, we'll let others make their decisions. Do believe that all of us? I tried thinking of Thomas Jefferson's first inaugural where, To paraphrase he talked about the fact we're all Democrats, for all Republicans mean that we're all Americans, and I do think we're all of the moment right now, where that really should be Our North star and got his start and that context really prioritizing trusted safety. I do think I'm like, you know something that you and I have talked about historically. This concept of stakeholder capitalism on making decisions that consider all those stakeholders and I do think maybe after some time passes, people will look back on this moment. And after I did some good has really come of it. But It's been interesting to see a number of other businesses on business leaders really standing up and making decisions that are prioritizing interest of the country. I do wonder if this will be one of those moments where People actually saw stakeholder capitalism in action and people actually playing action. Two words. We made the decision based on our application of that stakeholder framework and what we thought was in the best interest of the community. Now how much of the Virginia and Maryland suburbs do your cancelations include? And can you give us any idea how much this will cost Airbnb and whether you're you're potentially gonna make some a similar decisions. Another state capitals. Across the country, given the warnings from the FBI, great great questions. Let me try and take them individually. In terms of the geographic parameters. Horoscope. I'm sure you'll appreciate this. Uh, we are not looking to be able to give this specific. So anyone out there who is Looking to try to evade the systems that we have in place that the block calendars and block travel could take advantage of that. We're certain certainly applying this approach to the Greater D C area that metro area but have been pretty careful about not giving the details. Specifics really in an effort to make sure that people can't evade the The systems that we have in place. It's gonna impact, you know, roughly approximately 5500 reservations and in that area, but we also have signals allow us to be able to change his parameters pretty quickly if we feel like we need need to expand. You know, from a financial perspective, really? That never even came into the conversation. We've been removing violent extremists and you Nazis really dating back. Before Charlottesville in 2017. It's something that we've been doing on an UN going basis, and those conversations just never involved. How much is this gonna cost what the financial impact is going to be even in the case like that? Really was. What's the right thing to do? And I know that may sound trite, but it really was. I remember every conversation with Bryan or strike, Francesca. See, you know what it was? It asked. Let's make sure we're doing everything possible on Dever raised at all. You know what? Let's look at the financial impact was just do the right thing. And then as it regards out their capitals 100% right. Obviously, governments have issued warnings and The other day we announced they seven point plan that sort of helped address how we keep these specific types of folks off the platform. We have flexibility, adaptability toe. Move that around. 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"senior vice president" Discussed on Behind The Numbers
"The numbers. I'm dave bookbinder and today we're talking with south patty. Who is a senior vice president at bank. Sal a lot of good stuff coming in the first segment. We'll let's let's jump into the things that are business owners are listening for now. Your ideas advice for them for what they should be thinking about as we're about to head into a new year what what should business owners be focusing on. Yeah thanks david so obviously you know business. Owners are being faced with a lot right now whether it's You know we're to employees. Work is a virtual person. the other is What does the what does the out of the workplace look like the planning around that. And so as we move into the twenty twenty one and we move forward. It's really centered around. How do you execute against that. And then more importantly are able to your client's needs make sure the your employees are safe. I think that's a big big priority right now for a lot of business owners. I'm hearing is we have said for the first time we've heard clients. Tell us that the had long term employees that love to come to the office and now are concerned right for for health reasons so as we move forward. What does that look like. You might have a hybrid model and you know who stays in the office. Who doesn't stay in the office. You have business owners that their supply chain has changed significantly So supply chain management is an area that needs to be considered and looked at If you look at how powder product is arriving at at our doorsteps that has if you're so everybody's clicking and supply chain management and the and the industrial warehouse space is in high demand because there's products coming to us and we're just wearing a consumer hat who a guy who had to buy a chair Order it in god. What was it october november..
"senior vice president" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The National Environmental Education Foundation. To find more tips for smarter, sustainable living or to take action in your own community. Go toe I heart radio dot com slash earth. This is a Bloomberg money minute. The U. S remains in the grip of the pandemic, but his vaccinations become more widespread. Economists hope we'll see a job market rebound later this year. A recent report from the software firm think Y says Sun Belt areas were employment has suffered less will likely lead the way, according to senior Vice President J. Dentyne We're talking about Markets in Texas, like Austin and Dallas, Atlanta to the east, you know Denver and Phoenix to the west from Castle Systems, which tracks Elektronik access to office buildings show Dallas has a head start with nearly a third of employees. Already back in the office at year end, Dentyne cautions that recovery will take time. Even his vaccines. Rollout likely. Worst six months down the road. We're going to really see a ramp up and that's why we're really it's a bullish about the second half of 2021. I think it would really be a hell of to have didn't says the job's rebound well, very by industry, with those requiring close social contact, taking longer to recover. Lowry Kaskey Bloomberg radio. Meet Steve. Yeah, that's a good move. Steve doesn't know it yet. But the selfie he's about to snap but shouldn't because it's dangerous to take pictures and drive. Oh, that one's going on. Instagram will cause him to swerve and hit the car next to him. Oh, no. Where's the phone? Thus resulting in a 12 car pileup that you are now stuck in? Don't be a victim of stupid Steve get the latest traffic report at the top and bottom of every hour on NewsRadio. W F L A Listen to news radio. W F l A on the go. We created our I heart radio. So you can put us in your pocket and take us everywhere You go your favorite station, plus music and podcast.
"senior vice president" Discussed on WTOP
"S markets with school reports to H 2024 Mobile networks actual savings burying the not guaranteed money news 25 55 years Larry Karofsky Bloomberg money US remains in the grip of the pandemic, but his vaccinations become more Widespread economists hope we'll see a job market rebound later this year. A recent report from the software firm think Y says Sun Belt areas were employment has suffered less will likely lead the way, according to senior Vice President J. Dentyne We're talking about Markets in Texas, like Austin and Dallas, Atlanta to the east, you know Denver and Phoenix to the west from Castle Systems, which tracks Elektronik access to office buildings show Dallas has a head start with nearly a third of employees. Already back in the office at year end, Dentyne cautions that recovery will take time. Even his vaccines. Rollout likely. Worst six months down the road. We're going to really see a ramp up, and that's why we're really it's a bullish about the second half of 2021. I think it would really be a teller to have didn't says the job's rebound. Well, very by industry with those requiring close social contact, taking longer to recover from the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Larry Kaskey on w T O P coming up after traffic and whether there are more calls this afternoon for President Trump to step down to 26 OK, parachutes Ready, boy? The things I go through to get on a loan rates a slow was 1.3. 9% NPR new vehicles with Penn fit. You are aware that you don't have to be a military member to save 100 on your auto loan,.
"senior vice president" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Next week, and governor Rhonda Santa said the state is now averaging about 40,000 shots per day in his prepared to increase that number when the state gets more supplies from the federal government. The Florida man identified as one of the cab Hill rioters under arrest Adam Johnson, arrested late Friday night. He is the one seen in several images online is he carries Nancy Pelosi's lectern through the hallway inside the Capitol building. On Wednesday, the Broward sheriff's Office asking for the public's help in their search for a man in connection to the abduction and sexual battery of an employee at the Cleveland Clinic in Western on Saturday, After letting the woman go he took off in her Ford SUV. He's described as a light skinned male with a Middle Eastern accent. The Powerball jackpot rolling over to $550 million because there was no grand prize winner last night. Layers now getting that chance to get the prize worth half of $1 billion, which is the highest since March of 2019. If somebody wins, it will be the 10th largest prize in the game's history. Those numbers will be drawn for Powerball on Wednesday, January 13th and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, now off to the divisional round after quarterback Tom Brady threw for 381 yards, two touchdowns. Tampa Bay held on to beat Washington 31 to 23. If you could win 100 to nothing, and it's gonna be the same result, me and so you know, you love to play great every game. You know, I think it's good to win and advance and you no way Don't play well next week. You know, we're not gonna We're not gonna be happy so And with Florida's News on June night This is a Bloomberg money minute. The U. S remains in the grip of the pandemic. But his vaccinations become more widespread. Economists hope we'll see a job market rebound later this year. A recent report from the software firm think Y says Sun Belt areas where employment has suffered less will likely lead the way, according to senior Vice President J. Dentyne We're talking about Markets in Texas, like Austin and Dallas, Atlanta to the east, you know Denver and Phoenix to the west from Castle Systems, which tracks Elektronik access to office buildings show Dallas has a head start with nearly a third of employees already back in the office at year end. Dentyne cautions that recovery will take time. Even his vaccines rollout likely or six months down the road. We're going to really see a ramp up and that's why we're really I would say bullish about the second half of 2021. I think it would really be a tell of to have didn't says the job's rebound. We're very by industry, those requiring close social contact taking longer to recover. Larry Coffee, Bloomberg Radio..
"senior vice president" Discussed on WTOP
"A Yeah, There's a big playoff game tomorrow night at FedEx Field, Washington football, hosting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Julie Donaldson, senior VP of media and content and gained a radio host joins me and Julie. Big question is. How does Alex Smith feel? How does he look at practice this week ahead of the Bucks game? Look, he's store just to be real. I mean, he is sore. He will go if he can. He's going to give it all he can. I think we know that nobody is questioning his toughness. But here's the thing. They spent the week off of making sure that Taylor hi Nikki was getting some reps is ready to go in every player that I've asked is no matter what quarterback is back there, they feel confident in their game plan, and they're they're ready to go out there. They feel good against these bucks. Speaking of quarterback Tom Brady has got 66 rings on the other side. How do you What is the kid at least containing him? Go at him. Give him early getting his face. Give him pressure. Even if you don't attack him, just let him know your presence. Look Chase. Young called him out. He wants them. We know Chase. Young is going to go for him as well as mom tests what The two first rounders are going to try and put their pressure on him, But I think it's going to be even more important. For the John Allen Duron. Paint him settles for those guys right there on the interior to get in his face as he steps up and say, we're going to disrupt you because if you don't disrupt him if you give him time We all know what the greatest of all time congee Oh, he's going to carve you up. So we will see how good this defensive line is. Julie Donaldson, senior vice president of media and content and gained a rodeo host joining us Thank you for your time and good luck tomorrow night. Ah, Frank Hand ran. W T OBY Sports. All right, Thanks, Frank. Up ahead on W T O P m or on the articles of impeachment being drafted against the president in the house. It's 5 47 heard the good news about covert 19 vaccines. Yeah, they're coming. But you could do a lot more than just wait. See? You have the power to help slow the spread. Actually, you could be a real difference maker and protect your family and loved ones, too..
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