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Fresh update on "sergio" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"203 I knew it. This outward General Motors trying once again with its racketeering lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler, we get more live and local now from W. W. J oughta be reporter Jeff Gilbert, Jeff. Well, Jackie. This is a fascinating read GM essentially saying in the suit that new evidence has come to light showing that harm was done to General Motors by Fiat Chrysler, you'll recall That suit was dismissed a short time ago because Judge Paul Borman said Even a Fiat. Chrysler did mean to cause harm. The harm will be done. The workers, not GM will GM now charges that former Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marconi used foreign bank accounts. Swiss accounts Cayman Island accounts to bribe UMW leaders, including Joe Ashton, who was also a GM board member. GM says this information on Lee came to light within the past few days. Gee, I'm saying this proves FDA did use the U A W to put pressure on them to force a merger. Chrysler not commenting on this latest charge, But in the past, they have called GM suit without Merit Reporting Live. I'm Jeff Gilbert. W W. J..
Fresh update on "sergio" discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"The. Australian. The unusual in do that dealer and dealt with Let me. Let me ring this. One, hundred and fifteen thousand. One hundred and eighty nine. So we just need eleven, right? That's not only that. Let's go chedda Levin More to get us to that goal of one, hundred, fifteen, thousand, two, hundred if you haven't done. So hit that subscribe Button House with the visibility this show like I said it's definitely going to help us grow and it's going to help us continue to get these big time interviews that we've been having every single morning, right? I think we. Scheduled for this week. I. Know. We got Robert De as on Tuesday morning at. Yeah Yeah that does. Like we can. We got matchmaker from golden boy, Robert De, as on Tuesday at ten am, and then we got Pedro. De is the trainer of Philip Burger Vich and Eugene Oregon Dow tyrone heavyweight, tyrone sponge. On at. Nine thirty on Wednesday. We got a few others, fill up the calendar. oops, I gotta go spill in, but we got some others have those respected post on our patriots page. So you can ask whatever guess we're going to have on his show. A question we're also went untitled tomorrow seven PM on Patriots. So if you haven't done, so already join our patriots page for more exclusive content and catch on titled. Where we sit back, relax talk everything, not just boxing. But anything you want to talk about movies, all types of stuff but. I think the last topic is obviously Adrian Brodie owner. cheesman. Into Tennyson. Golden. I don't forget about the fight and. Go. Off. I, was. Actually Look, look look the Eggington the EGGINGTON fight was official I like t's Mimbo cheesman. Made me believe it as rounds kept going. He was just he was not stopping at first I was like I got too much muscle. Look at them. You go gas out and then he started showing me these angles and I'm like, wait a minute like Skies Niles easily strongest. Hell. You Got Angles, he don't stop. A. To, the erupting into to. That fight headlight highs and lows like every single round that we all. Don't go the Oval Room. It was crazy, but once again. I don't know why she's does that because cheesman can actually books and be elusive when he wants to any short us that make maybe for if you put all the minutes together combined should as that maybe for two rounds of a twelve round fights. But I'm in love getting into wars and tear. ABS. And I don't know why does that? because. Eventually for his career that was not gonNa be good. It's just way too many of those fights. She's GonNa. Expire pretty soon if he keeps taking shelving so yeah, I mean if you watch this fight against like Martinez Sergio, so that was kind of unusual Martinez I remember the the name of the Split Dude I think is I Sergio? That was the. got. Better than if we were just fight against Nike Kirin Conway was getting of. His fight against critter. Box Battery, moved, but anyone eagled stuck in again and again, Sir Eggington that was mad like the amount of punches connected power punches, GonNa exit by those two guys. was just like crazy crazy man. I don't. Superintendent and I get it man, you know as a as a manager promoter, you don't want your fighter going in there and taking these beatings every single time. I haven't seen too many cheesman fights in the past. So I couldn't really say what? What? What type of punishment he receives, but definitely man if he's taking punishment like that, he needs to kind of work more on. Using his abilities. And what do you think nest is You know you can't teach old dog new tricks. So the thing that he's always going to resort to that type of. I, WANNA think nobody could change. I want to believe everybody could change. I just don't know what is going to take for him to change committee say. He he knows. He knows how to do it. Does does the thing he knows how to when he does it. You just kind of like you know you shocked. You say, so you know how to do that and you choose to go into scraps and like crazy fights and But man, that's what he is. He's a fighter hearts and he loves going through firemen up I. Mean it was a it was a it was. Definitely an entertaining fight. I had no clue. EGGINGTON was ranked number five and IB F. At at junior middleweight. So now. Now, cheesman is there. But. Yeah. I mean, we Kinda went over yesterday. You don't believe that he'll be putting anything in anything big and instead he'll get something domestic. With, like Liam. Yeah I think. So and I actually think loses against like the like of Liam, right. But actually address said it like better. Reminded me of the of the collision caused that he was on with. onto the foul the follow. So it's going to be domestic like it's too many domestic names that he can go through and dead good to the international level. So he's got feature role as a rematch is follow a grudge match is GonNa, thank. Liam Liam, is now on the Metro umbrella needs to be out soon. So. Yeah. All those guys in the mix at one, fifty four, and then you can go like nationally. So that sucks to because when you think in international, we just don't know when. Everything is going to open back up because. Good though. Even for them. It sucks right because like. Fowler and him would have been domestically. You know it could assault. You would have sold. A is getting this bill to sell right. It would have Oldman. Even Calabria you add cal to that makes at one, fifty, four, depending on what they WanNa do if Kabul broken with God wants to do you know cash all serve this served cheesman, cowboy cowboy could get that recognized fake, but Cabrera wants to be served or need to big US NAM, to make bread and then go. The WBO. Right into the Sunshine Yeah like I'm sure he's going to tell Edie what you doing to me. Of what you'RE GONNA? Tell me. I'm going to get bit by Crawford, them get like these, sent him out of money and then retire. Send me off. You give me a war, which is, why are you doing this day? You think you think cheesman would take Brooklyn to a wall. Takes. It takes everyone into. Fights I didn't see wins or whatever, but he just ill be award. The type of fighter is unity intensity brings. Man, Calbert was able to hold A. Porta. Hill. Definitely. Null. Decem. Anymore, either read. So does the does did the other factor that we have to put in that equation? I think I, think You know whatever version of Brooke. More than enough to be cheesman I. Watch. Sergio Garcia be cheesman. and and I seen yesterday I mean Atkinson rocked early. I. Think it was around one or two you know and that's Eggington you know if cowbridge hits. No. That was that was the WHO wrote. It wrote Nicholson but. They just put him like Eggington. Guide EGGINGTON BUT EGGINGTON VODKA EGGINGTON. They did. You know almost every single Rumega late. You remember like the the shootout at the last minute of the twelve zero. I don't know what they just like the heavens swag to. To turn. I just make sending shots became Kazman. That was crazy. We got a super chat from Marcus. Pope says, I'll be the first super chat his for the good work. Well, thank you. Brother you the second, but we appreciate it. We. Got This final top. No. We still got anything else to.
Fresh update on "sergio" discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"How can you just that's? What Half a million dollars more. To do that so For years you know cry everybody. Way to she goes to Colfax. Wait till. She goes to Colfax Mutasa. First. Day. I walked in there. She was in the first grade of Mike who went to school here Abe Lincoln the fucking school is old. And from the first day they hitting you for fucking money. They hit you up for money and you look around and some of the parents are celebrities. They don't say nothing. But. The first year was great. Mercy had a great time kindergarten fucking tremendous teacher. We couldn't shut the fuck up about the teacher Spanish lady Sweetheart I. Still Sierra Different supermarkets you know we gave her a fucking state card. When she graduated kindergarten. The teacher was dynamite first grade. I don't know what the fuck happened over there. I don't know what happened there. My little girl was not that happy. She wasn't talking about school. She's still a happy little girl, but she didn't have that pepper step she had. In the in kindergarten matter at that age. The teacher was not winnow guys. Something was not off the and then like that October. We had to go to school function. And guys this is way before the rogin article all that Shit. Nobody. Said nothing. And I sat there with my wife and then my wife went a book sale. And she said that. My wife's like. There was like Spanish history when she goes Wednesdays. Spanish. History and she goes we put more because they don't buy anything. And she goes you don't realize that my husband's Spanish. You know and then. My my wife Has African American couple that the kids good friends with. He heard it. And he goes out one the where they put up and they put. Shit. And my wife goes you guys. The Spanish people. Like African, American studies have by the Spanish people. So. My wife felt that she didn't say nothing to me. She never said nothing she just felt a little bit not again. You know me I don't give a fuck about systematic races make suck my Dick. I'm. GonNa run till I run, you don't like it sniff my fucking. That's so. We have one day my daughter doing a podcast on whatever the fuck the ocean the solar system. And she goes into diatribe. When we finish in times, she sits down and she writes I'd make a right what she experienced and how she thought. She did when we get here, she has to outline the paper Second Hour The videotapes eighteen minutes now I got to watch. It was great I make a prep at the whole thing and She Goes Daddy. I don't like fancy people. What are you talking about you while? At the school she started naming names of kids. And she suggested fancy and the not real. And don't feel authentic and everything feels off. And what she didn't know she was describing gentiles. She didn't know it. She just knew something wasn't right. Then she sped off a bunch of names and I'm like Oh my God this little this little girl's tell me what I think she's telling me. And she said she didn't like that that she doesn't the way those people act. How they treated her she didn't like that a Negga what are you doing? She goes I just avoid them. Yellow she goes I just avoid them then don't pick Ghana. With the camp. But she said to girl wouldn't Lee Rwamigabo mercy. The next time she comes up to you go into your fucking. Fight. Stance. I shall never bother you again. And today's they will grow said something mercy went into a fight stance mercy's got a hell of a right punch. Kick still and the kicks. She's fucking listening trainer over there like a little savage she needs to get rattled. See what's going to happen to? Her is what happened to me. I had the by needed to get rattled I and then I realized how to use those tools and she's going to be a deadly kit. I'm not telling you this because she's my daughter I'm just telling you because. We came here today she had a mask mascot. We were talking and I didn't have my hearing aids and I'm like, what are you got the mascot? She goes I've gotten so used to it that I don't mind worry if it keeps me healthy and you Alfie She's smart kid you know. I'm very fortunate. My wife has worked with. Hands off their I fucked up. Spanish she of white might the play? But all these things were the reason. Why I'm leaving. I would listen. I'm going to I. Don't you know? Whether it's the patriarch book twitter. All the messages are always thank you for helping us out you would lead. I've lived through a thousand fucking things man. When I started this podcast Lee. who was for you to avoid the same land mines? I put myself in. My Fox landmines fuck you WANNA call. That, we put ourselves into. That's all this podcast is about it got humorous. We had a great time, but you always got something out of it. I wanted you always to get something out of this. That's the most important thing we wanted you to enter. Feel good. I read a like when we were three years in i. read a thing once that all we did was complain we stop complain. You know we focused on the meat. And the word I hate the most positive angle on the podcast how to make you feel good. Do we need a four hour piped gas? It would just kill the whole thing. You're GONNA, shut it off after an hour and a half. So we gave it to you straight direct we kept the short honest until the fucking point. Yeah. Every podcast has been different some you don't laugh at, but you'll learn something some you laugh at some shit. We say just Blaine out fucking horrific. But you don't want the whole time. We've had fun and guess what? I become the man. I am not because of comedy. Or prison or any of that Shit No, I became the Miami. Because of you guys. Because for me to sit here and talk to you guys, I had to walk the fuck lot. I couldn't just talk the talk. I had walk the walk to show you guys that you don't talk the talk partners the fuck jerk lows you walk the walk. I told you I would be Harry Monday and Wednesday I'm here Monday and Wednesday unless there's a fucking problem even when I shot the movie in New, York not send you messages and Shenley and fucking sponsors over the phone. I, tape my whole thing was to get to you I know where the fuck you at I know you know you from your comments I know you from your emails I know you from the way you act I know you. I know bobbling this I know Scott Cunningham I, know these guys you know I know, Joe Tegas Sergio has been with me since beauty and the beast when he wrote an email about fucking his wife an ambulance and I'm like you fucking nuts or earth or something like that, and you know. It's been an amazing fucking ride. But the most important thing I've gotten out of this is that I've had the walk the fucking walk you guys would not taking the ride with me. If I didn't I ate edible sidewalk and you know in the beginning, we would do eighteen bond speaking of which it's Bangalore time with the flag or whatever you gotta pipe a joint take a breather..
Fresh update on "sergio" discussed on WAOK Sunday Night
"But the trends Juan and Did everything no, just just often pitching to everything. Putin Great 72 now they got the Pirates and the royal I was going to say, Let me make your day even more so for against the Pirates to it home then, too in Pittsburgh and three against the Royals, and I'm sorry, they're not very good. Milwaukee's gotten off to a slow start, Christine yell edges hidden like 0 50 Then four more against the Royals again. And then three more against the Brewers again and then three more against Kansas City again. Oh, my God! What a cupcake a schedule and that was the start was very good. I mean, Plan upstart White Sox war two or three. Then they want to give the Cardinals and now the Cleveland doing greasy. But you know what? I was impressed to meet Jodi about the trends so far for me the pitching a story protected open and they have been great, but he did like about destroying pitching. The store's like pros, like they know what they're doing to my aid has been impressive. He was in under the radar acquisition during this offseason. He could be a key guy for them looks so good. You know, he's like a director now, Wiley but with a pro guys that just works. Hey, guys just doesn't get far. He just knows what he's doing out there on the mound, and the 27 has story like that. Your honor and He's just been great. And Rachel looks good, too. But you know, he's 40 years old, but You look great. Everything just, you know, interested me that open You put anybody out there? They just strike out. The three teams, which is still a killer, Rogers closer and Tyler Duffey and trouble May They look and oh, by the way, Rogers had gotten too saves back to back nights Friday and Saturday wanted given Ah, night off, Go to another veteran and Sergio Romo and he gets to save today. Yeah, right. I can't deny you, Leslie, You're twins look pretty good. It's only the first week they're going to win that division. It's all going to come down to the playoffs. It's probably gonna be Devaney Yankees, and you know what happens when the Yankees in the Twins read the play offs. Not good news for Minnesota, but we got we got a whole bunch weeks. And thanks for the call Less for you to enjoy the twins, one of our resident twin fans, Leslie from New Jersey. Yeah, they're they're going to open it up, and it's not going to be closer competitive. N e a. L Central and we keep the season running. We could get a nice little showdown in playoff back in for Minnesota, 855 to 124227 Jordan Mac Tang, which I got 1/2 an hour to spend on the phones, we can go. Little n ba a little Major League baseball. We've thrown the NHL into the mix to college football issue with the Pac 12. There's plenty to be discussed. You can pick accuse what it is. You want to hit on a deuce on my final lap in our 855212 For 2 to 7. We'll get back on the lines after latest CBS Sports Update May the Schwartz be with you. Sports flash. Hi, Jody. Sunday night Baseball there in the top of.
Fresh "Sergio" from Steve Thomson and Eric Nelson
"Here in the twin cities of Minneapolis, ST Paul, 73. Now, Northeast winds had 14 gusting to 20 mats, the number right now anti airport and our dew point of very comfortable 52. Those winds will quiet down overnight tonight. Well, ceelo near 56 men on Monday. Sonny in 76 Tuesday Sunny and 77 Wednesday Sunny 77 again no wind problems through the middle of the week. And then a slight chance of thunderstorms. As we warm it up a little bit Edie on Thursday on Friday, we'll see mid eighties looks like temps will be in the eighties. Next Saturday and Sunday. So another great weather week the first full week of August update attempt now 72 degrees Twins win, They beat Cleveland 3 to 1. They take three or four over the weekend. The twins are now seven to Mitch Garber hit a home run today. Sergio Romo at a second save of the season. The Pirates in town on Monday night. Our coverage begins at 6 30 Here on the home of the Twins News Talk.
"sergio" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS
"Take you beyond the numbers in hype right to the heart of issues of the day. Today we have something special for you on the program. Ubs Sergio he in conversation with molecules editor in chief lay a multi steered the UBS ships since two thousand eleven making him the banks longest-serving CEO. During that time he's led the firm through economic headwinds a major restructuring of its private banking division with a steady hand when covered nineteen struck and many small medium sized businesses in Switzerland were impacted. Ubs along with the Swiss federal government was a crucial player and assisting them with liquidity. So just how prepared was the bank for the challenges of Global Pandemic? And did. They're very swiftness? Help them navigate the challenge talk from our. Hq FELT IN. Zurich spoke to Sergio from his Home Office into Chino. I special chiefs edition of Monaco. Twenty fours the big interview. Here's a snapshot of their conversation. And his Tyler Festival asking the questions if you look over the past few weeks. It's curious that when Switzerland and I'm talking from burn and also with the banks as well when they announced obviously the package of measures to address. Sme's and large businesses as well. It didn't get so much news but now were a few weeks on. Everyone is looking to Switzerland right now. Wondering how Switzerland did it. And of course we've been covering the story very closely in terms of the loans made available. Of course the coverage by the government. Also you taking a risk in all of this as well as UBS. Can you tell us as much as possible? How did this come together so quickly because of course early days everyone has panicked but I mean now we look back we see this happened. Incredibly fast resist really the nature of a small country and a few powerful banks and a very focused government but what are the mechanics in the background. Mr Monti well. There's should really go back to the early stage anything that you know. We were a little bit. I concerned that maybe wasn't reacting. And some people were pointing out that someone wasn't reacting alongside other countries in Announcing I believe that packages and the vengeance now. The trolls imagining its was planning carefully. What is popular trying to leverage? On this thing framework on how the government intervenes in the process of granting guarantees to companies and exports and in that sense The framework was the same of the idea was generally speaking out to expand the state imports guarantees provided by the governments in normally into something that is designed to respond to crisis to be longer but was at the end of the day fairly uncomplicated. And that's the reason is successful so I don't think that there was any particular order issue. Order that yes maybe being more country more focus on managing the crisis visor than the politics. Romney's has been helpful. Vance where part of the solution because we agree how to adopt to the current up forty or exports guarantees into something practical for example by pointing out that the best way would the court each customers go to their Iraq Bank and knock. He tries to go to a third party banks where they have no relationship in order to speed up and avoid the amazing the anti money laundry you know your clients processes so that once the request was so maybe you could also process it very quickly through that things are thinking parts of the seconds personality the ones for large companies by the wandering that made it very easy government stepping in for small companies. And say okay for those one we got on the and the the bank needs to Jewish daring structure available to clients the fact that we do it for free because we will not make any money out so we don't want to make any money out into something and we are just seeing ourselves as the transmission mechanism for governments to put their L. to the which is wonderful and it's great that it's happened but we also heard that we're not gonNA name other banks elsewhere in the world but we heard about similar facilities being set up that the money was there but the trickle down process in many countries. It still hasn't happened. They're saying the same thing. Go to your branch. The facilities will be there. We know you as a customer and it's still not flowing through what happened in the background than at UBS also. We've heard extraordinary stories of people going. Ticking the six boxes answering there is a series of key questions that customers had to answer and then the money was in their account. Six seven hours later or the next morning this infrastructure already built or is this something that had to happen right away because it nevertheless you still have to approve these things so is it. Deploying Lots of people working twenty hours a day seven days a week was it technology. How did it happen naturally for he was very important? So clients radio a relationship with so it might be easier now. I mean say seventy percent of the planes that applies for a loan as if no loan specialists with the bank. So basically had no. They'd be are no credit exposure to the bank so he was these new for them as well. You know first of all you're in the first weekend. The package was announced. Thursday was available. Try Day noon. So we've got a lot of requests the first day and during the weekends. Lots of people in the bank were working to set out and process those requests in order to make sure that on Monday morning not on be. The money was available on the account. But as you mentioned that in the following days we would be able to respond quickly and the facto grinding the lines to clients immediately so he's a combination initially before they've -nology defended. We knew the clients and the efforts of power people to war over the weekend. It's not twenty four twenty four almost the way in order to be up and running and the vast majority of the clients were quite resized. You know in the form of because the real computation. The end of the day was also the fact that some clients need an answer those questions and the appropriate way or even made the very visits documents and therefore we had to delay a little bit. But you know not charging new was multi faceted kind of damage that contributed to that. Success is not the only one I quite interesting by the way that as of today. All only forty percents of the Christians lines available. I've been drove so I told you before. Seventy percent decline has no they would abandon the relationship with the bank so on the purely payments or banking relationships and so far the people they all. These are on down four percents on average on this society that means that another pointing time for many of entrepreneur and that's the search offending fund in the future derided in media need for the phones and. I think we have to add and be clear about this as well because I think he make an interesting point about filling out the form and making sure it's all proper because it did come with listen. It was a very Swiss form as well if you get this wrong. You're also going to go to jail for five years as well so that was also a good singer to make sure that people were focused as well when answer their questions. What does that tell you when you look at your customer base? And let's say the Swiss middle stand in general when you hear that only forty percent has been drawn down. Is that comes a little bit of a positive surprise to you. New Dynamics of the sweetser communist me strong we saw in the last few years growing well above the average of the European economies that more aligned with the best performing the company and the war and very competitive very highly focused on our and how the value and not very commoditised by nature so complex. We have to play the game of being officially and so very resilient. Wadham very surprised to hear that. That's to some extent the resilience of the economy. Our our surprise me but I have to say today was surprised that they own. Sodhi the a the early stage. I'm talking about forty percent now but most importantly in the first couple of weeks was no more than thirty percent. So he's a computer Mason Resilience. And the fact that fundamentally the sweets economy at all the multinationals because the strength of the economy is based on decided. We are able to have very successful multi nationals. They we've done but also very successful mean they'll stand that are internationally known for their quality and makes for teams though not surprise what is either Sarraj Monte's view or the UBS house view looking forward. We've seen the Bundestag dots and there's obviously an extraordinary session happening in. Burn at the moment and we don't WanNa make this just to your global bank. We're a global program. We don't WanNa make Swiss discussion but if we stay here for a moment. They're talking of course. Consumer CONFIDENCE IS WAY DOWN. And we're really talking about some pretty serious contraction in this economy now. Is that a Swiss conservative view. Is there a take that things could improve faster or is even little resilient Switzerland in for a very tough or could things accelerate better and move to more positive position faster than were maybe hearing others? Before I do think that Switzerland he's well positioned to absorb the shock better way and also most likely to benefit from any rebounds. And say you know. In general that goes beyond Switzerland because of course at the end of the day we are affected by what's going on you know. We are sports country. That's and I have to say that these guys is coming on top of the these things giant environments I mean you know you should look at both macroeconomic but also. The geopolitical environment was extremely fragile at the moments call started. So that's the reason why he's much more painful. And if you think about governments and central banking invention are coming would not miss by. They are also coming on top of existing programs and therefore we know. That's not necessarily just a fiscal the Melissa or a monetary stimulus canal to resolve them out there because we have fundamental issues particularly in Europe bouts arguably around award that needs to be seats and that sense Probably the reason why people are gaucheness because they know is not just a matter of six to twelve eighteen months before we usually found around all but he's also that you need to resolve broader fundamental issues affecting the war economies and society in general. When you look maybe a little north of here to Brussels and they were talking about the political context if you look towards Geneva certainly from the stewardship of health and medicine with the WHO. We look to Washington. We look elsewhere around the world. Are you surprised or maybe a little bit shocked by the lack of at least central leadership because so many people are going their own path? Obviously many governments responded very different laid. Different multi-track approaches. How do you prop business very very different guidance? To of course the public and certainly now as businesses start to resume all kinds of different sectors doing different things and certainly in a confined place like Europe. It's very confusing to say. Oh look at the Austrians doing one thing the Swiss Switzer doing that. The Belgians are doing something completely different. Are we missing some type of central leadership some type of central guidance to get everybody on the same page because seems were emerging now into a much more disjointed world? Yes I would agree with you but I'm not so sure. Something's view the situation with it. But you just mentioned that's an ongoing trend. Even before called the kind of called for globalization and focusing more country or regional interest as being developing so in a sense. It's not very surprising as I mentioned before. Also I think people really those at the very beginning and maybe we shouldn't be too critical in that sense governments around the globe because you know effectively and it's very rare that those kinds of issues are not conveyed or that in the past that I'll start years we were only able or whites. Contain such byers's spreading of the global animal. They'll in other words I. It'll be under of issues adding on to the station and all of the all the word that Dan when you talk about Europe. Of course you know if you think that last year and is here in Europe there was a debate about removing the summer. Time adjustments you understand that you voted for every country but tension eerie to be able to year or not a year to the summertime..
"sergio" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview
"Ubs since two thousand eleven the banks longest-serving CEO has led the firm through economic headwinds and a major restructuring of its private banking division with a steady hand when copen nineteenth struck and many small and medium-sized businesses and Switzerland were impacted. Ubs along with the Swiss federal government was a crucial player to assist them with liquidity. To just how prepared was the bank for the challenges of Global Pandemic? And they're very swiftness. Help them navigate the challenge in Zurich. I'm Todd overlay and I'm delighted to welcome ceremony to the chiefs edition of the big interview. I wanted to start Mr Monti by looking at contingencies. Because maybe from the outside if I'm sitting at another bank somewhere else in the world if I'm a finance ministry it seems and I say it seems and as before we started this interview we said everything is a little bit relative these days. It seems that. Ubs was well prepared for this. Was there a contingency plan built around to pandemic like this could be on this? Of course not said nobody could read. You should pay. I'll call the nineteen GHODSE. That'll also because if you go back the most recent and they make our situation where the cars and up and they wear convenient so I think that said yes sumptuous or too long now we inside we can say for too long as being that call it could be contained and in that sense Another dreaming about of course between shoe that health allow I would say first of all our business continues management which is designed globally to thinking consideration. Potential destruction to access to our facilities to our digital media is Is based on a fee. Because he's option so not really on our invisible disruption like The viruses the base. I say seventy eight percent was based on technology and thinking about how to react to a crisis and then the rest was complemented the second item. That was very worked on over the years we best the massively technology Tronto Tobacco and not only clients knowledge but also the infrastructure so one of the most important issue for us was the fact that ninety five percents of the people are able to work from home by the fact that they are only able to log in at the same time they're only able to access to all their obligations and some prepared not for these issues but we were preparing ourselves for the next after all these years the bank on that. I WANNA come back to maybe the back office and the Technology Component. Because if you look over the past few weeks it's curious that when Switzerland and I'm talking from burn and also the banks as well when they announced obviously the package of measures to address SME's and large businesses as well. It didn't get so much news but now we're few weeks on. Everyone is looking to Switzerland right now. Wondering how Switzerland did it. And of course we've been covering the story very closely in terms of the loans made available course the coverage by the government. Also you taking a risk in all of this as well as UBS. Can you tell us as much as possible? How did this come together so quickly because of course early days everyone is panicked but I mean now we look back we see. This happened incredibly fast. Is this really the nature of a small country and a few powerful banks and a very focused government? But what were the mechanics in the background? Mr Monti first of all I think he should really go back to the early stage at anything that you know we were a little bit. I concerned that maybe wasn't reacting. And some people were pointing out that Switzerland wasn't reacting alongside other countries. They now announcing a believes that packages and the vengeance now. The trolls that Switzerland was planning carefully. What is trying to leverage on this thing at frameworks on how the garments intervenes in the process of drank got guarantees to companies export and in that sense The framework was the same of the idea was generally speaking out to expand the existing imports expert guarantees provided by the governments in Lerma. They into something that is designed to respond to the crisis to be Gong her but was at the end of the day fairly complicated. And that's the reason is successful and so I don't think there was particular order issue. Ordered that yes maybe being a small country more focus on managing the crisis visor than the politics around it as being hope. Vance where part of the solutions because we agree how to adopt The current set forty or exports guarantees to something practical for example by pointing out that the best way with the for each customers to go to their Iraq Bank and knock. You tried to go to a third party banks where they have no relationship in order to speed up and avoid lazing the Monte laundry no York lines processes so that once the request was maybe you could also process it very quickly. He's through the banks are thinking of the second facility. The ONES FOR LARGE COMPANIES. But the wanting that made it very easy his government stepping in for small companies. And say okay for those one we got the and the only thing that needs to do is varying structure available to clients The fact that we do it for free because we will not make any money out. We don't want to make any money out. We are just seeing ourselves as the transmission mechanism for garments to put their out to the ball which is wonderful. And it's great that it's happened but we also heard we're not gonNA name other banks elsewhere in the world but we heard about similar facilities being set up. The money was there but the trickle down process in many countries. It still hasn't happened. They're saying the same thing. Go to your branch. The facilities will be there. We know you as a customer and it's still not flowing through what happened to the background than at UBS also made. We've heard extraordinary stories of people going. Ticking the six boxes answering there is a series of key questions that customers had to answer and then the money was in their account. Six seven hours later or the next morning with this infrastructure already built or is this something that had to happen right away because I mean nevertheless I mean you still have to approve these things. So is it deploying? Lots of people working twenty four hours a day seven days. A week was at technology. How did it happen naturally for he was very important? Klein's radio a relationship with a so. It might cheesier now. I mean say that seventy percent of the claims that applied for a loan as no loans facilities with and so basically as no they'd be or no credit exposure to the bank so he was some these new for them as well it up and you know. First of all ewing. The first weekend package was announced Thursday was available. Try Day around noon. So we've got a lot of requests the first day and during the weekends a lot of people in the Vang were working to set up and process those requests in order to make sure that on Monday morning not only the money was visible the the account but as you mentioned that in the following days we would be able to respond briefly and the facto granting the lines to clients immediately so the combination as I mentioned before they've -nology the fact that we knew appliance and the efforts of our people to war over the weekend. It's not twenty. Four twenty four almost that way in order to be up and running and the vast majority of the clients were quite resized stealing the form because the real computation at the end of the day was also the fact that some clients even answer the questions and the appropriate way or even made the very basic documents as we are requesting and therefore we had to delay a little bit but it was multi faceted kind of dynamics that contributed to that. Success is not the only one I is quite interesting by the way there is off today. Only forty percents of the CRAYTON's language billable. I drove so I told you before. Seven percent decline has no. They were the bank no creative relationship with the bank. So on the purely Payments or banking relationship and so far the people they only draw down forty percents on average of this facility. That means that a point in time for many of entrepreneurial people was aboard. That's the search funds in the future. Then I mean medium for the phone and I think we have to add and be clear about this as well because I think he make an interesting point about filling out the form and making sure it's all proper because it did come with this and it was a very Swiss form as well if you get this wrong. You're also going to go to jail for five years as well so that was also good. Stinger to make sure that people were focused as well when he answered their questions. What does that tell you though when you look at your customer base? And let's say the Swiss middle stand in general when you hear that only forty percent has been drawn down. That comes a little bit of a positive surprise to you. We knew Any of the Communist who call me from the mentally strong we saw in the last few years growing well above the average of the European economies that that more aligned with the best performance to come in the war and very competitive very varia highly focused on shows ation and how to value and not very commercialized by nature. So become play Dick. We have to play the game of being a specialist and so very resilient wasn't very surprised to hear that that's to some extent the resilience of the economy or our estimate. Surprise me but I was surprised that they their own solely either the early stage. I'm talking about forty percent. Now of most importantly in the first couple of weeks there was no more than thirty percent so the computer mission and the fact that Fundamentally economy at all the multinationals because the strength of the economy is based on the fact that we are able to have very successful nationals. They don't but also very successful as SME's those stand that are internationally known for their quality and expert strategic though not so surprised what is either Serra Matias view or the UBS house view looking forward. We've seen the Bundesrat and obviously an extraordinary session happening in. Burn at the moment and we don't want to make your global bank. We're a global program. We don't WanNa make just a Swiss discussion but if we stay here for a moment. They're talking of course. Consumer CONFIDENCE IS WAY DOWN. And we're really talking about some pretty serious contraction in this economy now. Is that Swiss conservative view. Is there take that things could improve faster or even little resilient Switzerland in for a very tough ride or could things accelerate better and move to more positive position faster than we may maybe hearing I guess other said before. I didn't do a thing that Switzerland his position to absorb the shock in a better way and also most likely to benefit. From any rebound. Say you know. In general that goes beyond Switzerland because of course the end of the day we are affected by what's going on. Globally you know we our exports country upton and I have to say that these guys is is coming on top of funding existing fragile environment. I mean you know you shouldn't get both microeconomic but also geopolitical environment was extremely tragic at the moment called the Antarctic. So that's the reason why is much more faithful and he should think about governments and central banking invention are coming with no limits but they are also coming on top of existing programs and therefore we know. That's it's not necessarily just a fiscal stimulus for a month. Stimulus have canal to resolve them out there because we have fundamental issues are in Europe. That's you know arguably around award that needs to be safe and that sense Probably the reason why people are coastal is because they know is not just a matter of six to twelve to eighteen months before being. He's found around all these but he's also that you need to resolve a broader fundamental issues affecting the award and economies and society. In general. When you look maybe a little north of here you looked at Brussels and they were talking about a political context if you look towards Geneva certainly from the stewardship of health and medicine with the. Who WE LOOK TO WASHINGTON? We look elsewhere around the world. Are you surprised or maybe a little bit shocked by the lack of at least central leadership because so many people are going their own path? You know we can go back to the start of the interview and obvious. Many governments responded very differently different. Multi-track approaches. How do you prop business very very different guidance? To of course the public and certainly now is businesses start to resume all kinds of different sectors doing different things and certainly a confined place like Europe. It's very confusing to say. Look at the Austrians or doing one thing the Switzer doing that. The Belgians doing something completely different. Are we missing some type of central leadership some type of central guidance to get everybody on the same page? Because seems we're emerging now into a much more disjointed world. Well let's yes. I would agree with you but I'm not so sure It's something new situation with all the united. You just mentioned that as an ongoing trends even before convincing the kind of called for the globalization and focusing on more country or region not entrance that has been developing so in a sense. It's not very surprising. They mentioned before also I on this call it people really those at the very beginning and and maybe we should be critical in that sense to governments around the globe because you know effectively. It's very rare that those kind of issues are not contagious or in the past that I slept thirty years we were only. They will worldwide to contain such viruses spreading of the global animal. They'll incense and it'll be the hundres nation dishes adding on to and are okay of the of the word than when you talk about Europe..
tennis without crowds
"Thank you rose for introducing this edition of the tennis podcast. Catherine Matt and Myself David Law are here to answer your questions today. Because it's Thursday. We wanted a podcast. We've only answered about five or six in every other previous listener questions podcasts. So we've still got loads and loads to get through plus about another hundred and fifty came in with matches putting out single tweet. So how you doing both Matt? You're fine thank you. Yes busy waiting through those questions that has been completed and we are ready to get going ready ready to rock and we'll have to rock because one of them's about entrance. Music Castro in for us to come into call wait for that one nice boilers today. I'm all right. I've worn. Put a Cardigan over over my dressing and to try and disguise the facts that I am not dressed. But it's I'm I'm looking at myself in the in the camera and I'm realizing it's it's a flimsy disguise. Isn't it fooled me? It did it. Oh okay I needn't have mentioned anything. Twenty seconds ago it's coming to say look down and everything okay so little insight there folks stuff. We didn't do. We both thought Catherine had dressed up for the occasion. But apparently this is our earliest recorded lockdown. I think it is a bit early. Isn't it Crikey ten thirty in the morning folks that doesn't exist on Catherine's clock she's have to borrow on. I write questions. We are going to get cracking immediately. Matt's what have we got first game to Sherry be on instagram. Who Asks probably in response to our pod on Monday when we some this topic. How can we make tennis more enjoyable without an audience? Pool is a big ask is probably something we should be thinking about though. Isn't it rather than I mean you know? We settled on the last that we will have reservations about tennis behind closed doors about crowd. Whatever you WANNA call it But it's a very real prospect I've done a couple of interviews in in the in the last couple of days one with Sergio Bruguera with Michael China. Be Hearing bits of the move the over the coming weeks we. We touched on lots of topics but I asked them both how they felt about tennis behind closed doors and their opinions could not have been more polarized surgey yet. I'm absolutely all four. It just bring tennis back as soon as possible. No matter what you have to do just bring it back. He he's panicked. He said bring football back. Bring tennis back. I need to watch Selena as a matter of urgency needs tennis return and when he first onto the question he was. He was definitely talking from a spectator's perspective. And I said what about what about as a player would imagine playing French. Open final with with Nike Crowds. And still he said. I don't care I don't care to bring it back. I put the same question to Michael Chang. And he said the opposite he said Noah I I just can't visit it's it's it's It's to wizards comedy get get my head around it. So there is going to be a massive divide in the tennis community. If one the first actual tool level event gets gets announced that it's going ahead you know this is GonNa be little debate flying around so we're getting in the we getting in the. I wondered if I covered a champion's tour event in two thousand and eight in Istanbul in July. It was my first one flying so lame and Istanbul in July. It was about forty five degrees. I'm not sure why they decided. That was where it should be in the calendar but anyway it was to be outside for long periods watching sports so there was just nobody in the crowd nobody whatsoever so they pumped crowd noise in and it was. It's of course it was weird but maybe it helps a little bit. I do now is like what she they've been doing. The the Graham Norton show haven't they with him from his from his house with a little sort of mini studio setup and he still does his little comedy. Bits in between guests and what he's saying is funny and he's still the same guy he's still is charming and funny as ever hearing those jokes land without any crowd response is really really painful. It puts a completely different complexion on it. I'm of finding myself a company of I'm saying this because I've spent fifteen years talking about. How candle do is the only bad thing about. I'm Alan Partridge but it makes me sort of cry out for some canned laughter. Deny what is this? What is endemic doing to me? So this is going to be like sports office style. Isn't it great? Things Happen to utter silence. And that's going to be a bit jarring all. I think there's two things one think it'll be interesting to see whether we adjust as viewers. It is a different world. Let's assume it's a different world for a long time and we just have to. Kinda of get used to it and we can't do what we used to do anymore. John macular used to fly a Concorde to London every so often he can't do that anymore yes to go on a on another planet. That's the same unknown but there are certain things that Diane Struggle Israel but it is still only sports is not so. Maybe you knew of the game. That doesn't ECON. Flippantly say at a time when we will disgust and made hot felts given heartfelt accounts of whites not just sports come on e. Can't flippantly say I wonder whether we'll find something else within the sports other than just the sound the look. I don't know I'm just. I'm wondering whether whether I will watch the sport. In different ways other senses will become more. Attuned yeah possibly may or may fall out of love with it. That's also possible. I think ultimately the fact that it isn't just sport is actually the strongest argument to bring it back without fans because it's what players need for their livelihood so if they if if there's a way to get the tour back up and running and get the economics of it back up and running without fans that is going to be more important. I think than consideration of whether fans in the stadium will not if if we're going to be able to give these players chance to play with prize money and all that kind of thing then they need to take. That opportunity is going to be weird. But we're going to have to accept that. I think I think that's more. I think that's more important consideration than whether it's a bit weird or not for
Tyson will close its biggest pork plant after workers call out sick with coronavirus
"The country Tyson meat processing plant had to shut down I N. it's not a wonder why nearly nine hundred plant employees have since tested positive for coronavirus now it's technology that I found most interesting this painting a picture of the possible impact of those Indiana cases there's this data visualized video visualization firm by the name of tectonic Sergio and they used anonymized phone location data and what they do is they track devices that were in that plant at the end of March okay so this all data and these phones whether owned by workers are truckers travel throughout the forty eight states and Canada in a short time that followed now that data could provide a really key element to the puzzle about how the virus spreads and it could lead to a food supply chain disruption you know you always have to remember the data is truth you have to make decisions based on data
"sergio" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Huge impact on the with the specialty. The way happened how the way rescue and. The fact that the UN was there and they didn't want to be there and the invasion and Everything seemed so. Tragic, foreign actress, point of view that was there was also the of course. The interest in surgery wasn't but I think everything was so tragic and when I watched a grab Barker's a documentary about surgery. I was confused that we had. All the elements for for featuring because not not always the live of. That you admire and you think sending Portland or not always that that life is GonNa. Make into Egypt film. And I think the surge was life was full of full of contradictions because he was at the same world's Mr. Fix it, but at the same time he had a very chaotic forcing alive. He didn't He can organize his own. Issues! As a man, and as a father as a husband in so that was a very interesting thing for me. So I have to admit when I started watching the film with my husband because we were big Narcos, fans as I could wait a minute. How? WHO WAIT! Go our and at one point in. Sergio you take your shirt off and he's so skinny. Forty House for Pablo. was you know before before doing Pablo? A that was sort of lot how I look. I had to gain a lot of weight to to play to play Pablo. Escobar but surgery was a guy was always very concerned with his He emphasized all the time he was. A he was a handsome he had to you, know he he. He had a very area. was very always very. Whatever he was, even you, if you're. In eastern more. Was Iran. He was jogging every days. So how'd you gain the weight? And then? How did you lose it? Gained is super is very easy. And much more fun. Much more fun. I see my kids playing here and I was I remember when it was a started working on Pablo was. Hanging out with them and eating whatever they will have no pizzas and burgers than. Fun But there was a point when when debt started to make me feel really bad. Because there wasn't my buddy. was you know it was and I was just eating junk food and Junk Food and that was really bad for me that I don't know if I would do that again. And, then how JEB losing it? How long did it take? To lose I've I've. It was like when I when I rapped narcos I wanted to I wanted to get rid of gnarly. The the weight itself, but I wanted to get rid of the energy of the at character so I started a I I made this her. Vegan started to eat Vegan for. Today! I don't eat need ner chee-chen after. After after Marco's. An exercise in boxing. Jujitsu recently that I I. The only order really like. Do. Now I'm GonNa take a short break, but when we return more reveals what happened. When he reached out to his family, plus he recalls meeting on arms for the first time, and then later, I second guessed on this week's big ticket Sandra. Right back. IHEART radio and state farm know that the graduation stage is the first of many, and while grads may not be walking across one this year. They can get the off. They've always dreamed of with our new podcast commencement, featuring inspiring speeches from the biggest names like John. Legend I'm honored to have the chance to speak to to share in the special moment. Katie couric. You'll need some very important life skills to move forward. Perhaps the most important one is resilience. Chelsea handler jared to do things that scare you if you can embrace. Embrace the unknown and fully jump into what life has to offer. There will be much to celebrate and much to enjoy and cash. Reflect on the work you've done and celebrate moving into your new phase. These iconic names all coming together to celebrate you. The class of twenty twenty listened iheartradio's new podcast commencement brought to you by state farm speeches are now available on iheartradio, APP, or wherever you get your podcasts and remember state farm will be there for this stage and every stage after like a good neighbor state farm astaire. Welcome back to the big ticket. Here's more Wagner Mora. You're also producer on. Sergio, tell me a little bit more now. You said you said you know you WANNA see more. That people portrayed in ways that aren't steroids we assume. The most sub represented group at Nicole Group in in Hollywood a not only. Narrowly, regarding to the amount of characters that Latin actress play, but especially the way the are seen A. It's. Stereotypes are very This is coming from a guy who played polo bar. It's. Always the. The violent Latin. Latino or the sexy Latina or the everything is related to or either crime or and I think it's. It doesn't represent what this group really is in in Americana Society, you know. When I when I saw for example, and I think this is changing, manage saw Diego Luna Playing A. Tar Wars Film. You know Roquan doing that. Character with his Mexican accent is I thought. Yeah,.
Launching the Podcast on Producthunt
"I'm Alex Segments. And this is the building independence podcasts. Okay I'm going to be talking about the product Launch the PODCAST. That I did but I I want to say hello to all my listeners and France and then I want to thank for jar. Sergio David Pradeep James Amandine NATO and the rest of open podcasts and the maker law community for supporting me on product hunt and with the launch For this episode. I'm not talking about the two goals that I had for the product launch. How I prepared a little more about the preparation on how to have a successful launch in my opinion The benefits of product taunt the problems that product Has Now what? Now what am I going to do that? I launched on product Before and after so before and after the product launch a little bit of stats on the results of the product launch Someone kind of gave me some feedback. So I'm going to be talking about that for bit and then I'm going to review the experience okay So the two goals that I had for the product top launch are to get people to subscribe and to get email subscribers. Okay how I prepared. The first thing I did is I created a Gif of the two logos that I have so I have a blue logo on just with the words are building in indie business. I have a red logo of that. And then I have to logos. That jar created for me on so his version of The podcast logo with my face and he gave me a red one and I made a blue one out of that. So I created the gift because Why did I create okay? I created a gift. Sorry because on product hunt when you're seeing all the listings of the products It'll show all the changing pictures and it'll catch people's attention. They actually recommend doing this. And so I thought mine was little fast but I think it caught more attention I created a landing page. I'll be going into that more I researched when the post. So you're supposed to post at midnight Pacific Standard Time which is actually my time zone so it was a little easy And I did it on Sunday going into Monday. So I had the entire Monday to Promote my launch I had to stay up late because I usually. I go to sleep at ten eleven. No I go to sleep at ten and so I had to stay up till midnight to post the watch to post it on product time I wrote copy. I made sure to mention open. Podcast a bunch in the copy in the actual product listing. I created a new trailer. I'll go into that a little bit more. And I bought a domain Be Aib Dash. Podcasts DOT COM. Okay so I want to talk about the landing page. Basically didn't put that much effort into it. I took a Supreme Rome. Ham Dot design took that homepage. And I just wrote everything out that I had for my stuff and then I added some open podcast stuff or not know some some podcast stuff. South about the PODCAST. So specifically what I did is I made it like a preview of the type of content that you would Here on the PODCAST. So I broke down into three different types of episodes so the first episode would be about podcasting like a had interview. Someone had a market. Your podcast Things like that so that was the first chunk and I had a preview of the episode. How To know? I had an embedding of the episode of How to interview someone and then I had a little copy about Podcast seen in like what kind of episodes I'm doing about podcasting okay. The next embed example is I had about community building So yeah I talked about how I'm using the podcast to grow open podcasts. And then I had Had A girl community as example and finally I had I talked about Web Development and the example I used was Learning says because I don't really talk about web development anymore because as you know I use discourse for my Forum and so that didn't take a lot of effort and then the blog. I use ghost so that didn't take a lot effort so I don't really talk about web development but I will in the future when I build the custom form. Okay so The next thing I did was I put linked to the most popular podcast players so that people can easily. Just subscribe to the podcast. I had apple spotify Google in the ourselves feed and then be final thing. I had no not the the final thing I had on. The front page was a link to the mailing list at the bottom of all the examples. And then I also added an about the hosts page and then I just talked about me for a bit and then I had a link to open podcast because everything I do is about. Promoting Open podcast. So that's why I made sure to mention open. Podcast a bunch okay. Then I created new trailer for the PODCASTS and I specifically had it on Youtube and The trailer was just basically an audio version of the landing page. So I just talked about podcasting. I read the copy community building. I read the copy development I read the copy and that was about it was about fifty seconds. Something like that. Okay how to have a successful launch The Alex Edmonds Version Boca. So you want to launch it at twelve a M. Psd and the reason you want to do this is because you have the Max amount of time to promote the launch. So you have twenty. Four hours and On product on the way it works is that it'll show the most popular Things that have been launched on the on the site that day and so you have the maximum amount of time to potentially be on that top and then tomorrow it's still there but it's at the bottom after today's stuff and so. I'm still getting Up Votes Right now. But it's not as impactful as yesterday. Okay so after you have posted on product the next thing you WANNA do. Is You want to tweet it and you want to be careful with what you say in your tweet because if you if you solicit up votes than product will punish you make you weaker in the algorithm or might just take off your product launch. And so what you WanNa do is you want to say. Hey I My product is listed on product. And that way it's like code. People not go up voted So I tweeted about it. I promoted it and the communities. I promoted in maker log and open. Podcast that's why a lot of open podcasts. And maker log on. They voted my product and they commented on everyone. I mentioned beginning. They commented I really appreciate that. Thank you
Uber and Lyft forced to adapt from coronavirus outbreak effects
"Thinking about like what is happening to the gig economy what's happening to all these people that are driving for uber and left and so we reached out to a bonafide expert and everything uber and left and Sergio you're a what the rideshare guy is that right correct in Los Angeles so tell us the tell us what's been going on well we all know Los Angeles was put not a shelter in place or stay at home kind of a situation as of yesterday but the business for over a lift drivers was down probably seventy to eighty percent before then anyway and it is pretty grim what's going on I mean these drivers are obviously depending on the money that they make and a lot of them are trying to figure out what to do obviously it's a risky situation for their health and but you know you have to put food on the table you have to do what you have to do so I read that I thought I read somewhere where uber drivers and lift drivers that they were now moving to maybe start delivering medicine is that happening in LA or now not yet are they could be called essential services at some point that hasn't happened yet but what they have marked a lot of them have done is switched to food delivery through uber eats which is a service done over offers also opens the card which is doing shopping for consumers from cosco or supermarkets and deliver there is also shipped which is target shipping service you know they're they're doing their best they're in a very tough situation for the fact that a lot of them have rentals through uber live and the payments for those don't wait right so means that and it's it's pretty high about two hundred and thirty to two hundred and fifty dollars a week for a car is that right to rent a car yes that much I know idea was that much yeah yeah and and then do you have insurance on top of that yeah you have to have insurance obviously up to put gas in the car so you know I mean they they're in a very difficult situation so the gig economy you know started with food for a whole bunch of promises and I'll give you a quick example was the you know what my opposition was going I mean I'm a driver active driver on both platforms but I also write articles earning the drivers in Los Angeles overly over X. which is the
Americans stranded in virus-hit Wuhan await evacuation as U.S. plans extra flights
"The number of coronavirus cases is now top twenty eight thousand worldwide five hundred sixty three deaths are reported in China chorus but it will car Kerr tells us many foreigners including Americans are now trapped there hundreds of Americans in Wuhan ground zero for the novel coronavirus our stock all waiting to board the plane back to the United States that they told us that we have a mental or fourteen day quarantine Sergio McRae from Virginia is been teaching in Wuhan for six years he decided to evacuate because of the conditions Wuhan once a transportation hub in central China is now deserted with the city on lockdown Wuhan has turned into a
If cities don't develop sustainably, neither will the world
"The challenges facing cities in an age of climate change and technological innovation will be highlight his ads. The World Old Oven Forum held an Abu Dhabi between the eighth and thirteenth February before he left for the UN's annual conference on the urban environments. How young shoe director of the UN Development Programs Department of Policy and Program Support Sandstone with Matt Wells from a news? Mr Xu revealed that there's a growing mm trend of city leaders looking to the UN to help solve an increasingly complex set of problems. What were seen though? Is that cities and the governments are are coming to us. Increasingly was more and more complex asks for Hudd Hudd. Hudd you help. We work together. Put design a city strategy. To view is the impact of climate change. But that's a question needs to be answered from many different angles from infrastructure from covenants from investment and the from several delivery from many many different aspects so these are news new phenomena. We see can give me some examples of the kind of things that you would like. Politicians wins and others who leads cities to be doing more of are there. Are there common things every city can do. I think they're definitely a lot of issues. Turn ktar incoming in developing country citizen and what we would like to advocate for example is really a UH for local governments for municipal governments together with the national governments to think strategically sink long-term sink in a user new new tools that we can deploy to think strategically but in ACTA practically and acting quickly and a a our program interventions typically slew of support to local governance localization of the SDG's to so bring international goes to city level right. We work with a lot of cities are energy transition to increase the Chevron energy to improve the energy efficiency the buildings and the fog's will work with us to focus on local economic opportunities so that they can be part of this. You know develop in the process process if you're going to sort of offer tailored solutions to specific cities are there. Is that one particular kind of category of city lights that that needs the most help the similar that even counts kinds of cities some mega citizens cities with a percent a one million population the boy the hundreds of them under growing very fast but the majority of cities secondary and tertiary city. That has more with less resources and financial resources and the technical resources human under sources. And so what we're trying to do is really to work together because the we cannot pretend we know or the solutions for the problem cities face. That's right but the we have experienced you know from different countries that can source right so we can use network for the smaller cities a medium level cities to learn from each other and there are a lot of networks of cities seems word That exist a mayor city officials and so forth. So what can in a you make use of this networks to impart -nology so that Successful solutions in one place can be replicated elsewhere so we can do a lot support. The discount -nology no replication. Can you give me any kind of concrete examples of cities where you all already lending a hand so we have examples in Freetown Sergio and the Tannin in Vietnam for example. These are relatively sizeable cities. Both of them serious problems with solid. Waste Management Right in Donovan none for example The landfill is for twenty years ahead of the plan. Right so but This is not simple just to a waste issue. It has to do with as the economy right who is consumption assumption persons who is the how you know We plant a our economy not too so that the most circle circular for example right and it has to do with a lot of consequences over these health issues for example right and as The differently in a transportation system design insist that help reduce consumption of energy and so the complex and also the impact of climate also has is the problem with the issues. That city's Latino fiercely along coastal areas is impact of climate change right by twenty thirty. Some estimates say that eight million people hundred million people who live in coastal cities would be impacted by flooding and because sea level rise. Komo huge amount of people right. So so what we're trying to work with governments is Louie. We work together to To think through these questions okay then come come up with a systematic approach with short-term measures that we can take right and So many things that were doing for example with some secondary cities we're working on a municipal financing to help comes to raise funds right to invest in a sustainable infrastructure so that we build the so-called a sustainable inclusive and the resilient citizens. So that's what we're trying to do
Thousands in Puerto Rico without power after earthquakes
"The recent earthquakes importer Rico have caused widespread power outages on the island leaving thousands of residents without electricity and while the power authority says it's restored electricity to around ninety six percent of the population intermittent outages remain the damages particularly severe in the southwest where officials say it could take more than a year to repair a major power plant in the region and but it bother Porter Rican electric power authority has been in crisis for years dealing with crumbling infrastructure frequent power outages and bankruptcy and that's why some community organizations like the Porter Rico community foundation are taking matters into their own hands they've started installing micrograms in low income areas after hurricane Maria Nelson Cologne the president of the organization says they've already completed for projects serving sixty four communities Weber whole land was global back in those for a proud day war powers by solar so they didn't have one day of corruption they didn't have any major style and they keep moving forward under former governor regardless say you'll Porter Rico had made an ambitious commitment to get one hundred percent of its energy from renewable sources like solar by twenty fifty but since Rosales resignation last summer those plans remain uncertain I'm joined now by Michael diapered an author and journalist based in San Juan and Sergio marques watch a policy director for the center for new economy also in San Juan thank you both for joining us thank you Michael you've been reporting on the aftermath of last week's earthquake tell us what the infrastructure looks like in the places that you visited so far I mean it's striking really I mean particularly in Quantico which was I would say the community most of your he hit on the south and the ironically also with the US military first landed in eighteen ninety eight when they when they invaded Puerto Rico you you have pretty widespread destruction and I would say the population as well you know there's quite a bit of of collapsed buildings and very few people still actually living in the in the center of the city a lot of people have moved elsewhere or living in you know make shifter temporary accommodations what is the power situation like in that region in the southwest part of the island I think it's come back in in some places but so many people are living in such kind of improvised accommodations I mean I don't think a lot of people have regular access to the fruits of electricity as there is you're used to having when they're living in their own homes and of course prep service can be somewhat spotty in normal times so to speak so that's been something that's been an ongoing problem even before the earthquake Michael you mentioned but I by which is the Porter Rico electric power authority there been calls for the executive director Jose R. tease to resign that's been hash tag Jose Ortiz great noon see ya tell us about that where does that stand I mean I think people are are pretty upset with his performance in an interview he said that you know he was called to lead prep and he didn't send the CD and anyone which I think gave a not really great impression to people about his attitude towards the crisis Sir your what it where his famous stand I mean we know they've had a spotty record with that the island so far since hurricane Maria are they able to repair the grid Congress actually appropriated two billion dollars just after you Ricky Maria twenty seventeen and they were your market specifically to modernize the grid that money unfortunately has not been disbursed yet deferral garment I don't know if it's for you must fault if it's the office of management and budget but something you definitely is holding up the money in Washington DC so you don't last may we said put Rico announced a very ambitious plan this is under governor because but our CEO who since stepped down after protests mounted on the island he set out an ambitious plan to get all of the islands electricity from renewables by twenty fifty what progress has the island made since then unfortunately very little approximately around five percent of all the electricity produced and put a recall right now comes from regal sources it's going to be very difficult to reach that target at this space we need of prep and the private sector to start investing a lot more aggressively in this renewable sources or otherwise we're just probably gonna miss it at all and not just the deadline I mean Sir do you do you think that this is ultimately a solution for these infrastructure issues given that there been natural disasters like hurricane Maria like the earthquakes going forward well it would certainly help as as we listened to doctor call on it he did mention that you know those communities that have access to many greats that were connected to solar panels did not suffer an outage and and that's the whole point I mean we're trying to change the system from a centralized system where you have five or six big units around the island to a lot of smaller generation capacity heated in many points across the island so when we have an earthquake say you want to go which is in the southwest part of the island these girls for example doesn't have to suffer a complete outage we mentioned that since oversee your has stepped down and there's been a lot of change importer Rico not just said natural disasters but also politically one bass was is the new governor of the island and she's got a new administration is their political will Sergio to continue to push for solar at that level that's going to be an interesting question Mrs basket is is from the same party as going across the yellow so in theory she would not have any political constraints in terms of pushing forward however she hasn't been very clear as to what your plan is going forward and of course we have elections in November so that could change everything Michael when you talked to residents of the island have been affected by this most recent wave of earthquakes our people all talking about solar energy directly are they talking about what one to Vasquez's saying or not saying or or are there concerns much more basic than that I think one thing is that people feel like they've been extremely battered in recent years but these natural disasters and it's really you know kind of rocking them back on their heels yet again and I think you know one thing that a lot of folks on the ground here is that they're just wondering I think English perhaps the state as a whole could be a little bit more responsive to their needs I think a lot of people may be feel that you know that the political parties in San Juan and it's an interesting figure that I always remembers that like seventy percent of the energy importer Rico I think it is is created in the south of the country and the usage is seventy percent of the north so it's kind of with this reverse relationship that places have and I think a lot of these people who don't necessarily feel like the political actors in in San Juan in the capital or really necessarily advocating for their interests all the time so here we've seen that to that point that some communities have decided to take the situation into their own hands and build their own solar power networks without government help how common is it for folks to do that and how effective is it it became a big part of the solution if you will just after here in my area because they were communities as you know that where without power for almost a year after the year Ricky so there there was a lot of interest mostly from the private sector and NGOs to try to get some independence from the government owned you know electricity company and there has been some success in terms of getting electricity many greats in some of the most isolated communities but we still have a long ways to go it's not a a hundred percent solution right now given that you know solar powers and agreed that we have it's really old so the greed will have to be modernized in order for poor regal to really scare up to the goals that were set up by gore and offers a yellow but it's it's a good start and also as I mentioned earlier we're still waiting for a significant amount of money that will be used to rebuild it read which is an essential component of reconfiguring the whole electricity system yeah Sergio marques watches the policy director for the center for a new economy and Michael divert as an author and journalist based in San Juan thanks to you both I
White House Director of Legislative Affairs Eric Ueland on “The Takeout” - 12/20/19
"So you SMCA was passed by the house they were recording this on Thursday the show will pop tomorrow I want to read you two quotes about the agreement how it was negotiated an amended in conversations with house Democrats Mitch McConnell the Senate Majority Leader often comes up our conversation tonight not as good as I had hoped direct quote Nancy Pelosi speaker of the house we ate their lunch and as I pointed out in relation the last quote she ate our lunch in our diner now the conversations over many months on your SMCA this revolutionary trade deal for the twenty first century involved a simple reality that we all had to face said beginning at twenty nineteen Democrats are taking over the house Republicans retain the sun we have this transforming a transformational trade deals available for action in Canada and the United States and Mexico what the Democrats in the house needed to both closely review it and then place their policy stamp in it as part of the conversations in order make sure in all three capital so we'll be able to be adopted and and culture of the ratified so ambassador light Heiser created a strong working relationship with the speaker and ultimately are working to while juggling two other capitals at the same time and working through a variety months in good faith conversations with house Democrats as well as working hard as best he could to keep the rest of Congress updated it is been said the president and the speaker of the never never talked about this directly is that true I think that's correct as far as on that matter major such as Senate hope that they didn't talk to my point being that you said this is we're going to break the president has created these relationships they don't get a lot of attention I believe that's true because I know the president calls members of Congress all the time quite unexpectedly in ways his predecessor per president Obama never did you know that and I know the yes or there was a question is was it intentional invalid let's also practical did help that the principles were not involved in other people who had the trust of their leadership and the mandate did it themselves on that and then reported back up on this issue the president made a calculated decision to put the most expert individual on the job to negotiate directly with this and the most trusted one speaker Pelosi call Robert white hi Sir a straight shooter and a broker absolutely so it's a very powerful and very significant relationship here what the president was fully apprised fully in poor inform fully interactive line on all the concessions many many other members as we went through that as as you know at the end this came together incredibly rapidly so the challenge while this is developing real time when you have Bob down in Mexico City public forum members right so while he's on the plane to and then in Mexico City getting on the phone and at least three quickly briefing Republicans and Democrats house and Senate something that we made sure what actually happened so even though members at the end remember we just came out of thanksgiving read it out to try to move on I had so then when this occurs very quickly making sure that Bob's able to both explain what's going on a very high level and as soon as he gets back into town be able to get up on the hill and explain more deeply what Democrats with Republicans with house with Senate with leadership something we try to make sure and I think successfully executed down people have their opinions rightly found that I'm not here to quarrel with that about whether or not they like certain adjustments to the trade deal but the reality is when you're working with members of the other party and trying to find common ground your going to make adjustments that may not all actions have been as easy to contemplate in session we'll see I endorsing it with the present even himself raised well there are a variety of things that the head of the air AFL-CIO saw that were dismissed out of hand right we're not really you are not matters that we wanted to entertain nor do we consider so for example a very significant piece of pension legislation pension bailout legislation some would say was a significant demand of Mr trump can others throughout these conversations Richard Sherman at the a wing Sergio correct we took a look at it we went through a very thoughtful process the president was part of these conversations awfully decided that for what your priorities inside the U. S. M. C. A. at a way to forge a path forward also relate to find common ground the idea of incorporating that into the arrangement was not something is going to find players to with the trump administration I'm fascinated endlessly Eric as you well know because we've known each other for many years about how things get done in the underlying structures and many of my audience might ask themselves wait a minute let's say let me get this straight you're negotiating a trade deal while the president's being impeached in negotiating the continuation of government spending lots of give and take trust has to be established you're also negotiating a national defense authorization act which has not only defense implications but things like federal family paid leave all of which is occurring while this impeachment drama is playing out explain why what is how that happens how you can have the intensity the sort of acetylene torch heats of impeachment and all these other given take trusting negotiations going on at precisely the same time it's certainly a unique moment in history and I'm sure many years from now folks will investigated and try to come to conclusions about how that some of us might even write a book about it maybe one or two of us all over over the years and the audience listen what screen wife is a way of life in Washington DC sometimes the stakes are much more significant than others other times but never lies many things are going on at the same time when the president asked me to take this role on on his behalf one of the things he charged me with was being very thoughtful about attempting to pull off as many of his priorities as we could under his leadership in the summer and fall of twenty nineteen and so we set about to do that so after analyzing a variety of his priorities and understanding the best way forward in Congress and some of their priorities he ultimately agreed that during the course of twenty nineteen we ought to be able to with hard work Olaf creating a space for we ought to with creativity a lot of hard work be able to set a fiscal year twenty twenty in fiscal year twenty twenty one this will frame which were able to do he thought it was very important that with a lot of hard work we could have the ability to land significant health policy reforms and so and and many other priorities beside so after he gave us that direction we set out along those lines to accomplish that red opportunities available to us Democrats newly charge of the house Republican still in charge with by any chance majority in the Senate many of the newly elected Democrats in the house came from district one everyone nice correct thirty one districts so a lot of still significant support in those districts for the president that these newly elected members how to pay
Kane Simms of VUX World talks Google Assistant in the voice space
"Now. You wrote an article a while back a vow. The current voice assistance and their marketing positions in other words. What makes them unique? And what you feel is missing from the space and I love for you to take us through the top top five and the newest one that is trying to fill the missing piece. So let's start off with Google Assistant. You say their current marketing position is search. Can you tell us why why you think they are the best for this. I think this echo was in May and things have changed since then so I think that Google position has also changed slightly out obviously first ciccio various because Google is predominantly a search company. So I'll kind of all of its origins. Are I think with the kind of Google Assistant. Searching on it will be and is conned of high volume newscasts that bound to be focusing their efforts getting such right. But I think what they've done in recent months is festival trying to keep pace with Amazon and some areas saw for example voice in the car the list Nissan. What is it about what kind of ugly looking one? Duke is it. Jukes in America Nissan Juke. I'm not familiar with it now. haven't reached the lens of the US yet the Horrible horrible looking cars. But anyway they have Google assistant in them that was on TV about the Google amid partnerships with The kind of released are going to release the pixel votes phones phones. which have Google assistant in them on the rebranded? The whole thing since May the rebranded all of the Google home devices to nest devices. So they're obviously trying to make a play in the small but I think all of that stuff really is just them trying to keep up with where I'm at and so things like pushing it into the car on releasing headphones phones. I'm trying to kind of get a grip on the spot. Home and smile hormone. Admissions to flood is more of a kind of following strategy. Well I think that will lead is mobile successive almost and when it was Iowa which might have even been before this was shut my interest off the last IRO events this year they released things like in options auctions on Beethoven. It's only a small number of use cases that can actually take abundant to it but essentially if don't know about what it is you can stop the interaction on Google Google assistant and then that will take what you say to Google assistant and pre populate your APP with those fields for example. You could say a Google book me a table a Friday night at seven fifteen people and it will take all of those things that you've just said on pre populate the fields within your with the information so it's Kinda like a shawl all courses like sumit's shortcuts it'll take from Google assistant into an op way already halfway through the user journey so I think Google General undestand pedigree and mobile. All is pretty good as well so I think mobile is one area where they will do really well weather one. That differentiates is and then also what they've tried to do as well. You'll notice is trying to kind of thread together. All of Google's services over the top of having Google assistant as the primary kind of interface foreign. So they've got the Google calendar g mail things like Youtube things like Sergio Google profile all the services that they have like docs sheets and stuff like they've got quite a lot of services services. They provide in different avenues that I could tie together on how Google assistant as the thing that beds them all together because they have a mobile footprint with you ninety nine percent of you think they can be the single and not necessarily single but the primary voice assistant fall certainly people in the android Loyd
"sergio" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
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"sergio" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"Close Sergio. Okay you've been running around ragged with with all the press you're doing right now and Netflix has been extremely supportive of this film. Tell us first off like how. How happy are you with net flakes? And how's that arrangement going for you. They're definitely getting it out there. I feel like yes. Yes no definitely supporting the film. And that's what we feel throughout the production from day one million really. Yeah I mean the you know it felt like we would have to work a bit harder in the beginning To pitch away the ladder onto convenes beans. Everybody who needed Alassane but once they decide where like your film with like your vision will you as a leader for this film they basically say go. I had a megaphone. I just get it came out here as we sit here today. It's a Friday and it came out two weeks ago Friday. Yeah Yeah So. It's been two full weeks now. How you feel about having your release on Net flicks? It's been blowing up on social media. I'll just say that. But where are you at in your ahead space. I'm still taking it all in and There you don't really know what you have. I mean we. We've seen the film multiple times with people who were attached to the film in some way. So you know. We didn't really get like that. One percent started on this trip when I started to see the reaction of people. I wasn't hitting hard. Yeah and it was specially moving to see how people are being touched by the film and how many people are saying right right six times designed for you to cry twice..
"sergio" Discussed on At Liberty
"From the ACLU. This is at liberty. I'm Emerson Sykes a staff attorney here at the ACLU and your host this holiday week. We're thankful for all the inspiring guests who've come on at liberty to share their stories and their work. I'm so happy that today. We're bringing back one of my favorite conversations of the year. You're with novelist and attorney. Sergio fava we originally recorded this episode. Live at the Brooklyn Public Library and the conversation was an absolute gem. Sergio de ah when the PEN Bingham Prize for his debut novel a Naked Singularity in two thousand twelve and recently released lost empress a postmodern epoch. About football the ball criminal justice Joni Mitchell and just about everything in between Mr Dilip Pov is not only the author of critically acclaimed books. He's also a fulltime public defender having represented thousands of criminal defendants over the last two decades. We discussed both his literary and legal work as well as his approach to life. I hope you enjoy this. Deep cut from the.
"sergio" Discussed on At Liberty
"This holiday week. We're thankful for all the inspiring guests who've come on at liberty to share their stories and their work. I'm so happy that today. We're bringing back one of my favorite conversations of the year the novelist and attorney Sergio Fava we originally recorded this episode. Live at the Brooklyn Public Library and the conversation was an absolute gem. Sergio de ah when the PEN Bingham Prize for his debut novel a Naked Singularity in two thousand twelve and recently released. Lost empress a postmodern epic about football. The Ball Criminal Justice Joni Mitchell and just about everything in between Mr Dilip Pov is not only the author of critically acclaimed books. He's also a fulltime public defender having represented thousands of criminal defendants over the last two decades. We discussed both his literary and legal work as well as his approach to life. I hope you enjoy this. Deep cut from the Liberty Archives. Good evening thanks very much for coming out. And thanks very much to the Brooklyn Public Library for hosting at Liberty Liberty for the second time I just wanted to maybe start by asking Sergio to brief reading to begin our conversation tonight. Thank you for being here. I see you all right. Let's see what would education look like. If its ultimate goal. Were incarceration incarceration. Where would occur? There are many fertile possibilities for example in East New York Brooklyn you have Cypress Hills. Houses housing project made up a fifteen seven storey buildings that at times seems more penal than anything New York City Department of correction could ever devised locations like that. Where shots were once fired during a mayoral press conference announcing a crackdown on guns are their own kind of special training? Amy Nuno's from Cyprus and starting at age thirteen has extensively engaged in precisely the kind of conduct that generally results in incarceration. He has watched US pretty much. Everyone knows fulfill that expectation so he has over. The years spent significant time imagining what it must be like to be in gene and this has not been fanciful imagining either. But rather the kind that seems based on at least probability the expected result might be someone. For whom whom sudden incarceration would not be the all out electric-shock it would be others but there are events for which there is no such thing as adequate preparation and one of them is the suddenly savage restriction of your motilal because freedom is one of those things only adequately experienced in the negation as with its sudden absence that squeezing the president feels sensation of their soul..
Ranking Rise May Intimidate Opponents
"Turning pro fifteen year old coke off beat tennis superstar Venus Williams in the first round at Wimbledon she went on to win two more rounds against highly highly ranked players during the tournament. Similarly in two thousand nine seventeen year old Melanie Odin beat a series of top ranked opponents making it to the fifth round around the US Open. How did these newcomers do so. Well one factor. In addition to stellar play could have been there meteoric rise in status both prior prior to and during the tournament opponents seeing the newbies names climb in the rankings might have been somewhat psyched out. It's a phenomenon that Duke University researcher researcher. Hey Mont Cocker calls status momentum. If that wasn't getting women do you. Tend to feel more threatened or intimidated by the momentum and as it. Sergio performances in cocker nece colleagues analyzed more than a hundred thousand matchups between tennis pros and millions of Amateur Chess Games. They found the players fared worse when facing opponents who are rising in rank. And it's not just that the rise in rank reflected higher skills. Ati such shows that you will be more threatened by someone who has improved their ranking from ten to eight to four then was obviously for even though the players have objectively the same rank. You feel more threatened bitten by the one who has risen track. Cocker thinks status. Momentum may come into play. Wherever hierarchies are formed and disrupted especially in the world the business his team conducted several online experiments simulating real world business scenarios to investigate the psychological mechanisms behind behind status momentum. They conclude that people. Expect that a competitor's future rank will actually mirror physical laws of momentum that is an object in motion will continue to stay in motion unless acted upon by an external force. been to see someone in right. They think that this person has momentum. And they're I talk about all of this person to walk so these studies find that people tend to protect Oakland in future who have momentum and as a result if if he could the study is in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The research also revealed that focusing on their own strengths buffered participants. It's against their competitors status momentum another way to feel less threatened pretend that the competitors rise in rank is due to an error in the rating system delusion allusion blazer usual in argument self-esteem. Texas thanks for listening
Fiat Chrysler finds new merger partner in Carlos Tavares
"French carmaker. PSA which owns Pirjo and Fiat Chrysler. Automobiles it's Italian American rival have agreed to pursue a merger that would create the world's fourth largest carmaker and reshape the ultimate of sector. I'm here with a motor industry correspondent Peter Campbell. And we're joined down the line by David Kayhan in Paris to discuss the merger. Hi Guys Peter Tell us first why these super super mergers have been considered at the moment. What's the rationale behind them earn? What's the most notable recent mergers in the sector so call makers of facing stresses from a lot of a different direction at the moment? They're facing falling sales in the facing the need to invest in some quite expensive new technologies electric cars. They need to sell to the C O talks across Europe and China as well as driverless vehicles and other such technologies that looking at now. What are these things cost money? And it makes very little sense for all of the world's carmakers call makers independently to spend the billions and billions that they need to develop this technology. It's much more sensible for them to tie up. A great proponent of this theory was Sergio Marconi the late former chief executive of fit cruiser who oversaw the merger between Fiat and Chrysler itself. WHO said the comic is need to tie up in order to avoid duplication teaching the list massive spending that they have to make? It's just too much cash. They need to splash right. So what are the relative strengths of the Fiat group. Compared to pressure so both companies are incredibly complementary geographically Peugeot exists almost entirely in Europe asam stuff outside Europe. But it's very very strong strong in Europe. Fat Chrysler despite being called fat is in fact predominantly in North America organization. Almost all of its profits. Come from selling pick-up trucks and very large. SUV's in the North North American region. It owns the ram heavy truck brand it ends jeep globally Lens Africa and Maserati and so for these companies they complement each other geographically and and what PSA has shown with its takeover of Opal which owns Fox hole in the last few years is that this is a company that can manage scale in European mass mass manufacturing so it already owns a number of volume brands in Europe. It audience Persian and sit. Trinidad's open phones Vauxhall. You would add to that fat if this merger went ahead head. And they've already showed that they can make these efficiencies of scale work within a single region within Europe which would be an advantage but PSA really although it's had an incredible Rana that's very profitable. Its growth is sort of come to an end really needs to try and push into North America which has plans to do unto its own steam and it really needs a serious premium. AM nameplate a merger with fair crews which is very strong in North America and has offer may a massive rati and jeep brings that I say so David John Elkin. WHO's the one of Italy's Agnelli families? The Italian billionaire behind axle which controls Fiat Chrysler and also the brains behind the proposed merger but his his attempt to do a similar deal with Renault early. This year failed at this plenty of examples of failure here. What happened there? Why did I go wrong? Defensive Him you ask really. FCA In parallel talks with Reynaud and Persia for quite a while but particularly since the start of the year. What people have told us that the whole time? They're in these as talks. They actually wanted runner. That was number one target. But I didn't know that so Iran may the news was given to the profoundly particular and generally that they were going to go over a nice over a good the only problem from. Sei's point of view. Is that across the table from the Reynolds argest shareholder was the French state. You might know that Renos found itself in a particular situation with its Japanese partner Nissan. And what the French state said was at Notre for the merger to go ahead. They wanted the explicit it consent agreement approval of Japan. They walked away. It was like ten days. The whole thing collapsed. It was a drama France. Tickets blamed by some sides if you took the French state on background they say maybe the deal wasn't as good for Renos. It could have been directing normal shareholder but either way John alcon sure. The French date didn't like what it was doing walked away dramatically and that leads us to PSA so would perjures Kosta virus preach batter partner. Do you think it depends. I mean I would cautiously say yes. Tavarez is a big personality big. Co elkhound is buying in is a guy who's not. It's going to take a backseat in any way he's going to be a CEO in charge driving strategy and Alcon will be classic chairman. You'd imagine it's kind of return to demark relationship. He had before maybe it was something. We didn't think he was totally on board. With an part of the reason he went Reynaud but where the project is definitely at nicer fit for FCA. Is that the French state is far less hands on this company. It has a shareholding but in Reynaud you could say that the French state is more like a family company shareholders. Huge emotional ties. It's the largest shareholder as well in Persia. It's a much more traditional shareholder it doesn't lockinge stakes. It's the joints are shareholder shareholder with both the Persian family and China's Dongfang. So you can see why it might be a better partner. Yes so notice. That are lex pages. Describe cried Mr Tavarez's quadri-lingual what kind of big personality is he. What kind of figure does he cut in the car? Industry globally so taveras is renowned and as one of the most capable executives across the automotive industry. If you look at his track record is performance. He came into Persia when they will almost bankrupt. He oversaw sore huge turnaround at the company then bought Opel. This was a company that General Motors couldn't make money out of twenty years. They turned that around in very short order and yet at the same time he doesn't have the gigantic room. Filling ego of some of the other executives in the auto industry would be more akin to traveling head of state when they it went overseas. Savar as who is a cost cutter to the core when he comes to the UK to visit the Vauxhall plant at Luton flies into Luton on EasyJet buys is is sandwiches in the corner shop before getting in a taxi to go over to the plant in his better than eight. Uneasy gentleman with US possibly explanation. But it's also true that he really has a way a of identifying with the ground level workforce as well as the executives and saying guys. You are the team here is up to you to deliver this turnaround plan has to go ahead. And he's been quite good actually particularly in the Opel turnaround of avoiding plant closures. No everybody thought when he bought Opel there we're going to have to shut factories and he said we're going to do this plan without shutting factories and they brought he managed that and what we expect from the FCA deal if it goes ahead. Is that going to make a commitment not to close any of either. I accompanies plants as a result of the turnaround as a result of trying to make savings here and so two Varas is seen. At least at the highest levels of most capable automative executives that gives at the moment and by some people is ranked the best glibly anywhere interesting David. How's he viewed inside of corporate France? If you like with a problem we have a terrorist journalist. This is not enough that stuff to say about him. It's genuine issue now. He's considered in France and piracy to be one of the best. I mean one of the reasons. The French government are supporting. This is because Tabarez is there. He's seen as being a safe pair of hands he sees having done a really great trainer ended Persia and he's seen as someone that they can trust in putting together this merger that's right but he has this cultural index territory. The allows him to associate with work in different countries so when he bought Opel everyone was naturally worried Opel. They were about to get fired but he walks into the headquarters Opel in Germany. All the stuff of April assembled there and his opening lines to the Marin German now he doesn't speak German but he'd learned some opening lines in German and was greeted with a big round of applause but also with the sense in the room that this was a guy who was on their side. It makes a big difference right okay. Personalities a site. Let's let's talk about some of the numbers here. What are the terms of the proposed? David I mean where would the merge creeped based for start. Well that's a very good question when that we don't really know the answer to yet. The idea is multiple As it stands but just very quickly so it's a fifty fifty all stock merger and there's going to be a special dividends and payouts. Either side equalized equalized values but analysts are suggesting that this looks like PSA buying FCA and part of the reason you can say that is the construction of the board Komo correct. He has eleven people five each plus Tavarez so the governance is tilted towards Paris. We will be watching to see where the operation headquarters is really eighty based where Tavarez sits even if I think Peter you might jump in here as well. FCA They're used to bring multiple countries in a way that maybe we'll create tensions. Well this brings us very nicely into the cultures of both companies to. FCA was a company that was borne out of this merger between Fiat and Chrysler and as such as a headquarters in London but but a major office insurance and a major office in Auburn Hills. Chrysler is based and whereas many car companies are deeply rooted in the national culture. These guys genuinely feel we'll multinational and they genuinely feel more global and they've actually culturally made a merger work which historically the consciousness quite difficult to do right. We saw DaimlerChrysler the fall apart we saw Ford Not Really Gel with any of the premium brands. It owned Volvo Janke Arrest Martin etc and at the same time you've got. PSA which also is culturally in quite an international fit because it has a British Brandon Vauxhall at has a German Brandon Opel and again it's made an automotive merger work in recent history and so one of the biggest barriers to auto mergers is cultural and it always is and it's the factions between different rival governments wanting a place at the table and to the fact that you've got to companies that are sort little mood globally cultural and have recently made big complex multi-country images work does bode quite well for these. Two companies being able to culturally fit together. which is a huge hurdle and obviously not a financial one but a key one that really needs to be overcome for any automotive motor to work now to think that assuming this goes through? Do you think there will be cost-cutting. This time we've spoken about how Mr Tavarez avoided this in the past but do we think an ax will fall this time around. They've talked about Oh savings of three point seven billion euros which they go to try and realize eighty percent of those within the first couple of years of the deal going through now. They haven't broken out exactly where that comes from. They've said it's not going to be plant closures if you look at. PSA during open takeover they managed to save a lot of money by shortening labor hours thousand doing various things around the way they utilize space in the factory floor but a big chunk of savings in a big rationale for the deal in the whole is as we said at the start to avoid duplicating investment it costs so it'll be avoid. Investment cost into electrification and avoided investment costs not just intellectuals -cation autonomy but also inter individual platforms so you built a car on. They'll merge those together they'll get huge potential savings and of purchasing components together all kinds of classic industrial merger synergies. I mean David. Is that message sticking in France. I don't think this merger would have been given the green light or been greeted with such political approval as it has been so far if it hadn't been for guarantees. He's about jobs and I think that's true in Italy as well. I don't think they're going to be closing plants. I just don't think it's politically tenable as Peter says for. They're going to be. Finding the savings is in our D adoption. Those kind of things. So if you're a betting man do you think the magic. We'll go ahead and if it is who then are the biggest rivals to the merged group. Rule the move music safaris overwhelmingly positive. The fact the French government seemed to be behaving better than they did last time older. That's not a terribly high bar bodes well for the whole thing going through now. What we're expecting expecting is it? Within the next sort of two three four weeks we'll get a memorandum of understanding between the two companies that will set out potentially more details about synergies potentially more details about management structure and various other things. Maybe even headquarters details then. Obviously the whole thing has to go to show. Does it both companies who have to approve them is quite difficult to to see them derailing that and then obviously it has to go through various other regulatory huddles. They also have to deal with antitrust issues so this will be the largest carmaker in Europe. It could be bigger than Volkswagen that market share in some countries such as constantly will be very high so they may have issues with that but no one seriously thinks that's going to derail l. the deal so assuming everything goes smoothly you could see it close within say nine months potentially two year. There's always a bit of leeway with these things either side and then obviously they will be the fourth largest in the world behind reminisce. And if you're treating those companies is one that's the whole other but also Volkswagen Toyota and on readiness and those three make ten million cars a year. These guys will make eight and a half million calls year that puts them slightly ahead of General Motors. You make about eight but they will be easily within the global top five for well. This is going to keep busy for the next year or so. Thanks Peter an thanks David thank you wolf listening.
Fiat Chrysler merger with PSA appears headed for approval
"So to me the most amazing story last twenty four hours has been this merger that Sergio Marchionne E. pushed for for years at the end of his life fiat Chrysler will reportedly I guess merge I hate to say that word but merge with PSA shareholders each would own fifty percent of the combined entity so it almost looks like a merger of equals bot fiat investors would get a dividend of five point five billion euros they'll get a pay out while PSA distributed stake in auto parts maker for Asia to investors to all shareholders the eleven member board gets six from PSA because they take the C. E. O. Carlos to virus like people are asking if he's John L. Khan's new Sergio John L. con would continue to be chairman of the combined
What’s Really in the Trade Deal Trump Announced With China
"Trump president trump says they were they were wrong reports saying that China wouldn't start agriculture purchases until a deal is signed me saying China has already started buying from U. S. farmers this from saying today at the White House also said that a trade deal with China probably will not be signed until he meets with president Chinese president G. Jim paying at the APEC summit next month in Chile quote trying to start buying already from the farmers trumpet a Wednesday at the White House during a meeting with Italian president Sergio Mattarella right now let's switch gears we'll take a look at what some of those global trade issues are doing for markets welcome Louis loud portfolio manager member of the emerging markets investment committee at Brandis investment partners a joint is on the phone from San Diego Lewis thanks so much for joining us you know just those headlines from the president you know talking about global trade and and what's going on with global trade clearly the uncertainties created by the and certainly of global trade really weighing on markets how you kinda factoring that into your investment outlook thanks for having me on good morning everybody just to kind of set the stage you know were long term value investors at Brandis and all approach is really to focus on the fundamental economic worth of the companies that we invest in and we called it the intrinsic value of these companies and our approach is to purchase them at a at an attractive discount the the intrinsic values and within that context a lot of these geopolitical events trade event that you mention have created numerous opportunities whether it's the US China trade frictions that we're seeing or the renegotiation on nafta or even brexit I mean do you have created opportunities where stocks are selling is attractive discounts to the long term value okay you give us can you give us some examples some of those examples would be you know the the Mexican real estate companies older people is that we call them I have been sending a big discounts large dividend yields I know some of those beneath that have been affected would be technology companies in the in China so those are some of the things that we've looked at there's also a lot of other examples but really these are the heating the band mine is we're not trying to predict particular all comes we don't think that anybody can I think all approach is really to by when we feel that the worst case scenario has been priced in some days you know the stock will trade as if there's never going to be a trade deal and then on other days the market is euphoric and is pricing in a very good outcome and in on those occasions we're gonna be lightening up the position we stop buying but it'll work isn't always price in there were active in the market using a flexible and nimble approach to investing in these companies so those I know you recently took a trip is a trip through Asia over the summer because the sense of using your key take aways there because clearly you know that the uncertainties of trade between the US and trying to you know really key to I think investors psyches now yes I was in seven cities in Asia a couple months ago and I think the striking thing to note is that you know if you go to mainland China whether it's strong high Beijing options and you know the the atmosphere is very different I think there's a feeling of calm there's a feeling of you know that the economy has the capability to withstand some of these external shocks so the the the feeling that we get from mainland China is very different but across the border in Hong Kong I witnessed firsthand some of the protesters have been taking place and disruptions to the normal business operations and just kind of to the source point earlier this is given way to some opportunities in the retail industry some of the banks in Hong Kong you know showing very good value and we're not exactly sure how the protests will end all or how it's going to conclude but if you look at the history these protests have been episodic they come and go there's going to be some kind of resolution over you know the short or medium term and you know that has created opportunities as well I'm wondering if there has to be a base case when it comes to some of these geo political occurrences when you're making decisions about whether something is undervalued are over valued because you know I mean it at any given point in the the the the outcome could be completely bifurcated and lead to completely bifurcated market results so how what what is your sort of base case for the next twelve months yeah I think the base case is that the US China relationship you know whether is the economic relationship with those the trade relationship is too important for the global economy for there to be you know us a stain adverse outcome right so you can see that you know particularly for the U. S. point of view you know the terrorists starting to have a negative impact so the tree war is kind of shifted to other areas are you looking at you know American capital going into Chinese capital markets things like that so the the the exact form of these tensions can change the sheep can shift but then the longer term beasties over the next twelve months is that the if the relationship is too important there will be some kind of right resolution or de escalation and that is kind of the base case that we use to use some of the companies and then if there is a significant down drop for deviation that is priced in that we don't think will hold over the next three or five years then there will be a buying
Remembering Trainer Bobby Frankel
"Who had a chance to to meet late probably frankly he had a very rough exterior but he absolutely the teddy bear description I if you bobby liked you it was probably nothing he wouldn't do for you but you Kinda had to break through the the crushed on the top I but he had a heart gold and he sincerely loved his animals and the he absolutely loved the people that work for them there were people that were bobby Franco who you know basically stayed there forever because bobby was sold warrior was on employees and took care of them that they had no reason to want to leave he was just a superb horseman super person and I was very happy to get to know Bobby Frankel on real positive basis absolutely another one and I got the same I've got the same story and I had the advantage of Siaka introducing US and and Lula's narrow and there there were a bunch of people the dotty and Gordo here there were I already had had a relationship with a lot of people that he was very close to so it was easy to have an entree that way but you know he's another and and I you know we had conversations on the air but I would also call Frankel off the air ask him for insights and you know on topics that were a lot of a lot of cases a topics that you know I I was grappling with understanding about you know about the game or or you know trying to formulate opinions medication issues and so forth and you didn't have to worry that that Bobby Frankel wasn't going to give you the you know that he wasn't gonNA shoot from the APP going to give you the gut reaction level the best the best story ever I wish it's too bad that asking is traveling we we were sitting we were having there was a big group dinner I bring this up with ask it every chance a group dinner at the Novi and still Sergio's at the time the Louis Louise at one end of the abol the Angel Cordero was there and they were all there's a whole by those big mix of people and Steve and Joan and and bobby and I can't remember Frankel was sitting across from or next to me I think across from me I think casket was next to me and we were talking we were talking about the election about the election and this would have been this would have been something with with Rob Haskins comes out with how he's voting for Romney and Franken Frankel looked at it said you gotta be the worst it's W. I'll never if people would be surprised but maybe but Frankel was was very very liberal and progressive and I don't ever ever forget that the world's top is Joe for that more I was the greatest great story I I was excited to see that site of bobby as far as politics concerned but it's really interesting to hear too
Follow live: Yankees, Twins meet for fifth time at ALDS Game 1
"Well good evening and welcome to Yankee Stadium in the Bronx New York on an absolutely perfect October evening for playoff baseball it is the American League division series game one in this best of five in the New York Yankees against the Minnesota Twins it was a record breaking season in a variety of ways for Minnesota and tonight on meeting in K. one of two teams who combined for two hundred and four victories in six hundred and fourteen home runs over the course of the regular season the Yankees have been great at home twenty four and three of the last twenty three home series the twins merely the best road team in all of baseball and the third most road winds of all time with fifty five losing just one road series this year we'll try to get this division series off to a hot start by Jose burritos he'll be opposed by left hander James Paxton now we're going to hear from James faction as well as Jose Maria ocean a cast of others throughout the course of this hour long edition of are done really pre game one of cart Jack Morris will stop by and chat with Sergio Romo we'll hear from twin CBO Derek Falvey Aaron Boone the manager of the New York Yankees will be here will discuss playoff experience will also discuss injuries and how those human bodies are going to affect the series on both sides and of course we'll hear from walking ball deli in just a moment we'll welcome Dan Gladden Ford probe which into the conversation as we have all of your bases covered for a full sixty minutes leading up to what should be a thrilling match up in game one all of the A. L. D. yes it's been raining the last couple of days it is gorgeous tonight we expect a full cry. out in full throw tonight here at Yankee Stadium and of course the twins faithful all they might feel nervous about a game at Yankee Stadium twins of course no one five in playoff series against the bombers to win thirteen overall they've lost ten straight playoff games to New York in thirteen consecutive playoff games in the losing calling from Minnesota all of that means literally nothing to this crop of twins players coaches and even the front office will talk about that in depth throughout the course of our evening together as well but let's start the way we always start let's start with the twins rewind the final game of the two thousand nineteen regular season got off to a fitting start with C. J. Cronin JK blasting back to back homers in the opening for three nothing lead it was three three in the fifth for Jason Castro house crushed into left center field
Solheim Cup 2019: Europe pip USA in dramatic finale
"The European Solheim Cup team beat the Americans fourteen eighteen and a half to thirteen and a half it came down to the final putt which almost never happens which is too bad because I feel like we're now do for like three decades of not very fun. Suzann Pettersen made about an eight footer to win and she promptly retired after doing so it was a fascinating day it started in Thai eight to eight matches flipped back and forth all over at Gleneagles. Five matches reached the eighteenth hole which also almost never happens. How many matches reached the eighteenth breath at the Ryder Cup last year. I think it's it's something like it's one out of five or six matches reach eighteen so this was exciting all over the board. I I mean this was back and forth there was tied going to Sunday and then it kept being tied points on Sunday. It was eleven eleven and there were six matches on the course course it looked like the US was gonNA win. Honestly my gosh at one point. Everything needed to go. Europe's way the US posted thirteen and a half points. They just needed that that last half point in could not get it yeah thirteen and a half they would retain the cup with fourteen which no one loves a tie. I Know Stina Sternberg. She is is very proudly European and she was like you know. It's not a good rule that fourteen and a tie retains the Cup for a team. It should have a playoff and I'm like like wow. It sounds like she's kind of being defeatist. She's accepting the fact that the Americans are probably going to grab that fourteenth point and win in Thai Lo and behold everything and went their way. What's crazy though is that Peterson was almost not even in position to make this thing happen. I mean she could have lost him. The seventeenth hole because Marina Alex had like a twenty foot Putt to win to end the Solheim Cup right there then she flares drive into the rough on eighteen which means that even though she's plenty long if she'd been in the ferry she got up near the green she couldn't because she was on the Ralph so she has to lay up. Marina Alex has kind of do the same name and basically it's just like a wedge off from there and she almost freaking holdout from was eighty nine yards. She almost holes out. She spins it back with a wedge and gives her about eight feet now. This is where our just on edge because on the seventeenth hole Yep Bronte law just. I don't know if she's basically she's away from everything. She's away from everyone and yet she's just as important like if she doesn't finish out. If she ends up bringing her match to eighteen and then they have the tie. It's over. That doesn't matter yeah. Everyone's doing what they had to do. The thing that had me on edge is is the fact that I ended up hoping that this would go in ooh. I'm American. This is a pro-american podcast love. That Danielle King joins US last. This week was all about it but if you're talking about an eight footer to win if it goes in to lose if it doesn't how awkward is that if she misses law wall it's it's do or die. I mean it's awkward but look we've seen plenty of that. In these team matches before you know sometimes as you miss a Putt and then that's what ends the match it would be brutal no doubt about it. At least it's an eight footer in not a three footer. It's actually kind of the perfect perfect pop writer on the distance just outside the distance of fifty fifty coin flip of Michigan make this or is she not so if she misses it's not it's not that that she's choking an eight footer for Birdie. I Miss Plenty of eight for Birdie in my day and I would miss that one. She pureed it though right in in the Senate right in the center which was great because I mean it was uphill. PUTT so it would probably be the easiest eight footer he could imagine but this is definitely a win for Mark Brody. If people appreciated that it could go in it could go out it could win for you could lose it for you but that is one of the things that we need to discuss about the Solheim Cup this Cup the Ryder Cup is always grounds for a revival of someone's narrative and Suzann Pettersen like it brought her back to the peak of the game. After a long break she had not played a lot of Gulf this year. She was given a captain's pick. She played pretty well throughout the week but who knows where she's she's. GonNa go years from now or three weeks. From now like she was very uncertain about her career and four years ago she was at the center of the game because she did concede a short putt that led to a winning match that led to a very very contentious Solheim Cup. All I'm saying is that it gave her an an opportunity and that's what these things do like it gave Martin Cameron Opportunity in Dina to win the Ryder Cup and that adds to his all fame resume this added to Suzann Pettersen Hall of fame resume. What matters here is the Gulf like that. That is what's great at. It is something that means nothing and yet it means everything well. How much does this echo also just from last year team. Europe throttled the US in the Ryder Cup yet Ian Poulter and Sergio Garcia Henrik Stenson Henry guys that didn't seem on paper like they were logical picks guys that would not end up on an American equivalent team here you've Suzann as in Pederson. Hardly played golf has controversial past what more perfect way for her to finish then to drop her putter halfway when the boss still halfway to the whole sure she was nervous but she looked plenty confident. She looked like she was trying to make the pot rather than you know the moment being too big for her or something something it was just such a cool morning because look we love Sunday early golf. You know we love that. Being the state's waking up some Gov actually had a nice little Sunday seven twenty teatime. Nice my hometown Williamstown Massachusetts finished up just before ten thirty went down down how quick sit in the in the grill and and just flipped on the Solheim Cup Danielle Kings match was just coming down the sixteenth hole and just had an ed really nice next few hours. Yes I stayed right there. How great is that. When multiple hours of golf can go by and you don't even notice because not feel like the action kept continuing. That's why these matches are so cool is because like okay. Here's another close match coming down to the wire and people were coming by you know coming coming in and out of the the grill and saying. Oh yeah what's going on in the Solheim and stopping and watching for a few minutes then going about their day but people were invested. Did you could tell you know whether it was just on social media whether it is in real life people were dialed into this tournament what I hope is that the TV ratings I agree with that. I hope that allow people watched. I had the feeling that a lot of people were watching. It cannot get more exciting what happened on TV on golf. Channel Channel could not get more exciting than what happened yesterday.
Three ways to implement interfaith dialogue from top official of UNs inclusivity wing
"This is Natalie Hutchinson with you and news global communication understanding the value of religious freedom and a solid framework are all key in better protecting religious sites writes. That's from Miguel Moratinos High Representative for the United Nations Alliance of Civilisations U. N. referencing a Thursday announcement of a new plan to counter hate and violence around the globe he said that the main objectives are to raise awareness of the importance of religious sites and human spirituality and certainly it offers concrete ways that countries can come together to help achieve this. Mr Modena's spoke to you a newses Pascal Sim about UNCO Aziz approach to implementing the changes what I think of these action plan to safeguard release site the main objective choose to raise awareness of the public opinion about the importance of religious about imports and overly just city of speed the Detroit but a part of that we have of course identify a lot of recommendation Tara dressed to I'm Tony United entities. We have some recommendations on how the UN have to to to adopt some important step by tortured to member state governments also of course we have to address or religiously the society media and the private sector and I think the three main objectives that are going to be the one who are going to trigger the action of the of the plan is I is to really try to have a global communication plan in the to really get this semester of regard told the society that everybody seems the primary school to the jump people but also autour the whole society understand importance over DC shoes of important having places that you can go and Sergio Gripe to pray peace and safety and then sit con men recommendation is to have a mapping how to identify what are these for these aside how we are going to make the breakdown of the importance of certain site for study point-of-view for symbolic interview and finally we would prefer a conference a Global Conference Asami that for first time the leaders religious was legal and political leaders and she was so tired we'd be together. We are now going to have a very timely. Liam very important the the sightsee conference of Sammy Tha about climate change while we want for two to twenty twenty you too have a similar framework in order to address these issues and how will you be able to all countries accountable to actually act on the plane while governments are going to be the one who share a have the primary responsibility they are the ones who have to did they have some of them already some national strategy on really implement team. Bartok the recomendation. We had about some of the new recommendations they should they. They know they have not been informed about them so we can come with certain reporters and advice in other that they can't ameliorate and improve the way to examine the risk of threats how alert artem well or certain thread that can come to to decide how we involve everybody together. You know to really contact to save displaces so I think gover governments member state are the ones who have the main responsibility the by the UN and the UN or see I mean the United Nations of decision would be the one who could provide certain recommendation advice and support in order to implement the plan and how quickly do you hope effective changes can be made to religious. I think timers over for essence you know we cannot wait for goal to starting prevent the plan so we'd be very active and it is going to be a panel sequence. No we will reaping things adapt you know recommendation poteen developing in these action plan that can't really facilitate implementation process but at the same time we're trying to really come with concrete to support the twelve orient to mitigate this kind of act.
Italy Parties Reach Deal to Form New Government
"Thank you assets in Italy are giving up some of yesterday's gains as president Sergio Mattarella meets with political leaders in a last ditch effort to form a government bloomers Maria today is in Roman reports the Democratic Party and five star movement are closing in on a deal under this new coalition I must really stress this is not a done deal yet two separate on that would stay as primeiramente also Vini would be forced out of office but the crucial bit here is that there would be no new election there would be no early action on the market like says they also like the idea that perhaps this new coalition would be more inclined to to work with Brussels than the previous one or obviously we saw them very rocky tension the problem here is who is going to get what job in this new coalition and of course a very fine awards will come down to send a month and he was very clear today is a hard deadline the either come up with a new majority or Italy will go to new elections bloomers Maria today reports that Democrats are willing to accepted you sent the county's return as prime minister but want to limit the role five star leader Louis to Mayo would play in the
"sergio" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Joy i do your cut is it's got to be done everywhere. You go continues yeah the movies. He's lakers jewish child school. Everybody's talking about what happened when you're as yeah but then as we don't get to play sunday we'll take five months for guys got away a he. You'll have six months in limbo for six months. Were found out in life. I don't care no one's say but it's nothing like being in the myth myth of diabetes done it and even fail at trying to accomplish it is just not feeling like it is the falen of an objective of china become great. It's great nathan itself magic. Take for your first step to say. I'm a fighter. I'm a fundamental. I fucking step. You've got to coach the step to the gym and feel the the kid fine air anymore experiencing you and so how am i gonna get fucking level. This guy's not gonna let me get till he's gonna kill me. You know what i mean. What can you get how one about hama go to get either. Gonna kill me then little by little you get the graph bit more graphic wrath and win more human. He believed that he had problems too and you realize the fec logically. I can do this stuff crazy man over exactly. How did i say somebody always. It's always somebody's fan never looked up to anybody if somebody sees well that's where i wanna be right there. You know what i saw. I live here. That's why i want to be like i know wanted to be a fight but then i thought roberta renovated. That's what the fuck i wanna be right. I think that's the way i want it. Being i mean mother. Fuckers people scared to look at him. I wanted to use that in your fighting style or the outside of the katie the outside your rain both animal side of the ring. I mean i've seen it yet but that's a long ways to go to the restaurant. Victor's ho cafe cuba everything sit outside the weight to feel had too many bodyguards so i became famous pain champion. I started going there and i'd say whatever the rainy show me the food that he put me with. You gave the round of cake steak rice. That's takes right and stuff yeah. I said i made them in the restaurant. My hero aid at tarantulas monster ransoming. Listen let me tell you listen the ran. This guy was given the ran a tough fight through at the fourteen teams around around knocked them out boom. He's combing fucking fucked up right and then everybody said rant says the ran. What did you feel even a coma. Possibly may lena live and then the next time i being shaped. He won't go to the house because of the puck and morgue got heart. Aw that's so awesome he was fucking. Ooh fuck. You're going to fight this. One guy named phil what game another tough fight it went. The fifteen round durant shook the guy that he should get hand but when this corner punched fucking farther than the fake bulls we've seen a whole shoot the fight and win the fight. A corner punched in the face holy shit monster down you see his movie. I made about his life <music>. I like i look at the rand graded in that. What was that movie. I forget the name of years ago. Yeah it was ago. This is life story but it's yeah it's it's crazy. We gotta look at the fact that you may be in a boxing fanatic. Install durant was lightweight. Champion for seven years couldn't be matching lost one fight event. Uh extra bonda hastily didn't seven years. He was champion and then he for the greek carlos. Palomino was world champion in non title for only beat him and then um how many came to fight sugar and then the big fighting my world in one thousand nine hundred eighty. I watch these guys fight in montreal that on screen and that turned me. I wanted to be a fighter. Died died said no way i'm not going to be a fight..
"sergio" Discussed on Mission Daily
"Welcome to mission daily on today's episode chad sits down with sergio villas. Noor sergio was the founder of elliott's an early stage and venture backed startup based in new york city that is revolutionizing the online checkout process process to enable sellers with a simple one tap checkout across platforms before founding elliott sergio spent his entire career in e commerce working as a software engineer near at various agencies before starting his own consulting practice as an entrepreneur at heart he has also launched his own brands the latest being fo- freckles a temporary freckle when he says that sold in one hundred plus countries and was featured in over thirty global publications sergio welcome to the show hi thanks for having me so what brings you out to california a mix of things on the sales side with our company elliott early.
"sergio" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Kiss FM here recipe Bill so stand by for that. But I just want to get into this for those who are about to get out of their car who heard Ryan's roses. We had Sergio Miranda on the line and. Interestingly they went to a Halloween party in Sergio went as Mr. incredible at a female friend of their shut up as MRs incredible. And his wife thought having an affair this is subtle way of them flirting. Well, not so subtle. I just thought from the beginning not enough to go on. It's legit. If they are having an affair. They're not showing up as Mr. and MRs incredible to the same Alouine party as his wife. Yeah. I knew that. I didn't believe, but it's interesting. What he said why where he said that he told no EMMY, the co worker or friend, whoever she was that he was going to be Mr. incredible weeks before the party. She didn't even know what she was going to be it. Sergio. No EMMY, and that's why his wife Moreno wants to confront Norman she should shisha. And he's like I got nothing to hide. But what I want to hone in on is things that make you believe someone when they're talking first of all he was very calm. Second of all he was like India ring and third of all he said, no, I choose my wife every day. Is light of my life? And I choose her every day. That's what I heard. And I was a pre Scott me. I wish he chose me. No. I don't miss. You chose mixing got me. Like, I I I'm not I'm not trying to get up in Sergio. Well, no. But I do think that there are certain things in ways that people can say things, and you go. All right. That is true Tanya. I think he knew it was us. I don't because it was just too like, I choose you every day. That's like, so Grey's anatomy. What people say when they're Felton genuine love, your husband or wife seemed to perfect. How would you think I think she was just trying to pick a fight? I just don't see relieved Sergio. Yeah. I mean, the incredible costume is one of the most popular costumes this year for Halloween. So if you want to not have if you want to not run into someone with your team costume, don't be an incredible so fine. Agreed. But what's the end game? If she wants to pick a fight. What's the endgame? Why why do you want to pick a fight? She wants attention. You know, sometimes when someone doesn't give you attention. You can like poke the bear poke at it. Well, Dana Dana, what did you believe Sergio? Yeah. I mean, honestly that was the most honest, man. There's no way cheating. Yeah. Yeah. I I never believed. This guy said. For sure is he stood out to me too. Thanks. Let's go to Zoe good morning. So what do you think? I want to believe a guy. But like why didn't you say anything to his wife that night? My husband. We would've joked about it. The whole way home. I mean, you might have been like babe kind of weird that she's wearing MRs incredible. Right. Like, what's that? Like, you might have addressed it. Then. Yeah. That's a good point. That's probably the best way to handle it. But don't do you believe him. I really want to because it was really it was. Sweet and away. Like, I was hearing that story. I was like oh my God. Totally. Like I wanted to believe him. But I don't know. Handle it. At the very least like either talk more because the fact that he didn't say anything that night to me means there's something up with their relationship. Even if he's not having an affair yet that gonna happen. All right. Thank you for calling. All right. Take care. They're totally bugging. No. She used the f word. All right. Well, I believe Sergio who stands with Sergio. I'm torn now. With me a second ago was with US I can go, but the mouse with Tanya little bit because he was like I don't do calls. I don't send flowers. What did he say? He's like I don't like to do marketing calls or something like that. Burned in the past like. Phone rings, all the time of these weird numbers. I thought we were one of them. Maybe I'd be on the fence. No. You gotta pick a side fun. When you're straddling the fence. All right. Well, I feel like he acted like not a cheater. It's so crazy. Like, you're with me. I we I stand by Sergio Patty, you'll be the tiebreaker team Sergio all the way Tanya. Well, let's tune to I think anymore. Anymore? When it happened two and a half for paying your bills in the nine zero nine next one or two point seven kiss FM. At CVS pharmacy.
"sergio" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"The pro nowadays that if you do that, there's so many guys coming out that they just. Just storm by. So if you have. Have you kind of take too much of a breather now designed, you realize that you know twenty guys have gone in front of you and it's like each what happened over here. So so you gotta be you gotta be careful. But like I said, you know, as you get older, it becomes it becomes a little bit tougher for you physically and mentally and everything. And. I guess there's a beautiful thing about the champion store that then you'd be you turn fifty and then you're young surrogate. Play the champions tour while. I mean, we'll see how feel we'll see how how I am physically, obviously and mentally how much I'm willing to to keep competing and playing. I mean, I've always loved competing, but I don't know by the time I get to to that age or maybe I don't know. It'll be forty five when when I'm forty five or something. We'll see if you know if I'm if I'm willing to go through all of that or or maybe I found something else to do that that really fulfils me and and I don't need to to keep competing as much. I can't believe we're talking about you on the champion store. That's. So what would you find that would hypotheticals. I mean, do you have you want to go out and be a photographer, traveling the world you want? I mean, what is unfulfilled passionate? You're looking for now way you can ask my wife. I'm not a huge fan of taking pictures. But is there, is there something that you've always wanted to do just haven't had chance because you've been playing golf nonstop? Yes, but but I won't be able to do those things. Climbing on Everest. And football. You know those things. I think I'll be a little bit too often. No, but I don't know. I don't know. It's. Like I said earlier, for example, you know, like golf courses sign is something that that I would love to do the right way obviously. And I'm sure that some of the things will will come around where you know, I don't know. Like I, I like I like playing, for example, I like playing Texas holdem tournaments like poker tournaments, and maybe maybe I'll I'll play l. even more of that, you know when because you don't need to be young to play this thing. So. Just those couple fun things to do. You have, what's your poker nickname? Did they come in? We're going to work on there. You go. You go. All right, Sergio. Well, thank you for your time. This was great fun. Four designed you in Paris. Thank he's going to be nice. That'll be nice. So anyway. All right. This Allen ship nyc signing off for another podcast knocked down and Sergio best of luck. Thank you. Okay. Thanks for listening. Bye..
"sergio" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"And and if you if you're a big supporter and a big believer and you love Roddick kind of like I do and, and some of the guys do definitely definitely can do that. I can do. To yourself and you know, marvelously playing in the in in Europe also makes liberties here. And for those rookies do like we were talking earlier, so it is. It is important arrive up always said, if I loved how much I I, I love the the radical up and you know, we'll, we'll see what happens if you called and said, Sergio, I love everything. You bring to the team. I want you to be an assistant captain. Would you accept? Probably not know. I've done that already and I know hard as to to be a an assistant captain. So now probably try not us that, you know. I mean, feels in a similar situation. He's he's struggled with this summer. There's been some talking. Everyone loves him in the team room, but and we have to have a team or what. But I think it's a big ask for a player. Yeah. I mean, it depends. I mean at the moment, I don't wanna think about that because I, I wanna be a part of the team as a player. Obviously, all these things can be talked stuff, but you know, I don't. I don't even want to think about it that way. My apologies. No, it's okay. It's okay. So obviously last year was was a defining season for you as a golfer, how do you in the changes with the not only becoming the masters champion and all the hullaballoo that goes with that having a baby getting married? I mean, have you have you felt settled this year or is it still a work in progress. I felt. I felt quite settled. I think that and I said it every I mean, every time says it happened to me. You know, winning the masters obviously was was something amazing and it did change a little bit my life. I didn't feel like it. Did it really changed it that much? I felt like it was a small change because you know there's no like. You know, it's not like I've been on two, four, three or four years, or I've I've only one they wanted to tune them in or something like that. You know, I I had. I had a career already before before the masters. Obviously winning the masters made it. Even, you know, made it extraordinary, but but but having having the babies, what, what change my live the most and it changed it. You know, just. With one from one second to the next. So that's that's definitely been the biggest change and. You know, you. You, you try to get used to it and and and deal with it the the best way possible the best way you think you can and you not is not easy, you know, because there's a lot of things gone in your in your mind, and you know you try to to to do it the best way possible. But you know, like like everything like everything in life is as a learning process in, we're learning from it and we're, we're doing it the best way possible. The balancing practice. Do you find yourself? Sometimes you're hitting balls and managed rather be hanging out with the baby and. Been a little internal struggle in finding the right balance there. No, I mean, I think that, yeah, there's, I think it's just a matter of making sure that you can find the time as well as possible..
"sergio" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Shutouts the washington nationals at sergio romo leading up here here comes out of out of the dugout clear as the game ends at sergio romo was given to the national stock out the rays we're gonna win this one what nothing take two straight games from the nationals but the nets are leaving without getting their peace now back to the leadoff spot with adam copeland on knb are six eighty the sports leader sergio romo stirring the pot in washington yesterday tell you what i talk to stay alive i caught the end of this ball game live sergio romo comes into finish off the ballgame the nats us and michael taylor up to the plate now apparently all this is rooted you heard it coming in there the the it wasn't a fight but there was some shoving there was a a little kerfuffle a scuffle scrum something like that right around the pitcher's mound didn't even really involve michael taylor so sergio romo gets the strikeout to end the ball game on a wide a wide sweeping slider go figure sergia through slider for a strikeout michael taylor sorta check swings and misses nosy games over as he's walking back to the dugout mind you the game is over sergio romo is just kind of yelling at them screaming at him and keeps walking towards home plate now it initially it looks like maybe he's just walking to meet the catcher for their handshake as they leave the field but no he's yelling at michael taylor he's chewing amount of the michael taylor turns around and given this look like what the hell man so then of course the raise come out to celebrate but as they're coming out than the the the national start to come out like dude you're not gonna start a fight with us as we're leaving the field in sergio's kind of behind people still yellen stuff it looks very caddy so then you dive into why is it sergio romo has an issue with with michael taylor of the washington nationals well there was an article written in cbs sports dot com deign perry here's here's what happened sergio romo is holding a grudge from three weeks ago when the race played the nationals now they were playing a ballgame in which michael taylor stolen base it was june the sixth he steals third base in the sixth inning with sergio room on the mound the nats were leading ninety two so they're up seven runs sergio's mad that michael taylor steals third base then sergio romo does a wild pitch bounces one michael taylor comes into score so sergio romo after the game is asked about why he was getting into after striking out michael taylor he says quote i think i said enough out there self explanatory i think no disrespect to that team no disrespect to their coaching staff no disrespect to anybody on that team other than the person i felt disrespected me and my team so this is where i draw the line look we talked about this last week with the hunter strickland thing or with the derek rodriguez in the marlins thing look i'm all for an eye for an eye you plunk agai i'm down for him to get plugged back then it's over i didn't understand why mattingly felt like he needed a chance to go into member boats with the comment he's doing some fuzzy math because i'm missing the third basement with a broken hand and i got a guy plunked last night and he's mad because his pitcher through at our guy and came up and hit our all star mvp catcher up near his up near his head your shoulders so both she was upset about that i get it i understand the eye for an eye thing you drill a guy we'll drill a guy i'm okay with it i understand it what i don't get is holding onto a grudge over something that you believe should have been a mercy rule search nine to two and a major league game and a guy takes third sure is it is it is it beaten a dead horse are you hammering on a guy right but the as were up six nothing yesterday and the game was tied seven seven going into the ninth inning your job is to go out and score runs your job is to make money for your family in free to help your.
"sergio" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"I'm cheri new home fallin' even that ain't you a sudan airways value luke maye mm oh joanie loves sergio and shannon sanyo the the two srn news nairn her no this is james mr sure no sir faster suzzie answer homeadvisor the no.
"sergio" Discussed on Kind World
"Thump and are like sergio rachel walked across the hall and found him on the floor most giving cpr time stops but also sped up impressions and breaths and all of that weird com and weird madness what is happening frantic she called 911 but she had an awful feeling it was too late i think he was trying to hold on for me i know them it he diet and i know the minute his eyes changed from life to know life an ambulance rushed him to the hospital but nothing could be done sergio a died of a heart attack he was twenty eight years old in always out with his body until they wouldn't let me anymore and then the next morning have up in my parents basement she looked out the window heavy phnom the sun's coming in through the leaves and if you move your head just like a couple little millimetres you know the the sunray looks different and it shines through different leaf if you measure had a little bit to the other way it you know eliminates something else jason that slate little movement of the head you get a different perspective of what life looks like amber just kind of playing with that for a little bit and feeling nothing and feeling everything rachel a cell and bad that morning when she saw an email from julie lindahl the woman rachel and sergio had been so excited to email together the night before that was kind of our last activity together in a normal world i would wake up at home and been like sergio sergio give zero me back he would have made breakfast and we would have talked about it.
"sergio" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Here's the thing about sergio deputy realize what happened to this guy if he has striven all away he got what i would consider to be his first real dose of education with this experience that he engaged i guarantee you the last thing he ever thought would happen is the reaction he got i'm telling you he was gonna get gold stars or whatever they pass out of the kids now trophy or what have you and this this satellites been ridicule larvae mocking our laugh i guarantee you hear jio hasn't encountered that youngsters are shielded and protected from now kind of meanspirited extremist behaviour but as we all know social media is a sewer and mixed in with the good there it really never ending parade of human debris amd sergio's hearing it from everybody and it's the first dose of reality sergio probably as ever hand in his life this is why i feel sorry for these people i in addition feeling so sorry they pose a great problem fox they the they're going to grow up these are these these people are going to eventually assume leadership positions throughout our cultured a generational shift happen all the times the more education like this a sergio dipped i can get uh the the better now as as four when i was going to say about this of the guy josh who's faced with these professors and professor rats who are forcing their sexual orientation on ads classic liberalism i don't and i don't mean to sound cliche to here i mean a term liberals become even a cliche but all it leftism or socialism are whatever but these these are the people and talk about yesterday the group think the consensus you will agree you will accept you will mike you will love or else and you see what happens to people outside the cocoon and so this is a warning with these professors i am whatever they tell you they are it's a warning you better accepted that the normal reaction why do you have to ram this them are throat will cared okay your trans okay you're you're by your your we don't care what why are you four thing lists and it's it's it's.
"sergio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Now if you haven't heard sergio garcia won the masters to the surprise of probably everybody including sergio well if you haven't heard his money jones early today on the right time discussing sergio garcia and the masters and understand is mad at don't really have a lotta judgment about somebody when it comes to the limit booty and gulf and the reason is the liberty and golf is inescapable you'll get be eighteen try to put it out play with your hall boy for no money in the limit booty is going to get you individual sports there's nowhere for you to hide right like if you're a guy who's the choker engulf i don't feel like is really that much room to be so hard on i mean a laugh at you but i'm not going to say that saw the raw which you as a human being you have some lesser caliber man anything like that but i will laugh at you and i laughed at sergio sergio came up on our last putt to win it it it look like it will go get dare i was getting ready to laugh again but he got his victory and then i looked up and house i what happened all the people but i used to be laughing at sergio with me all y'all just decided jobs gonna jump all his jack right here in front of the whole world and see that's not meet as they chewed what i am as they chewed what do you play the sports narrative game melissa sports narrative game sports narrative game is when a guy comes up short dog avoid the all before dog and then when he finally as you start talking about overcoming all the adversity when in reality the adversity you're talking about is when you're the one who was out here cloud inhale so for someone to have a lemon booty experience is this something that you can get past or or is it going to live with you forever tasted point began all.