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"shulman" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"And it's a three thousand dollar buy in. Your bankroll is two thousand. That a thousand goes to the prize pool. And you've got the. There's no minimum right. They they don't have to bet a certain number of of the races. They got the whole car to utilize correct in ended about five races. But you can do it on any of the thirteen races that you'd like to take a shot at well. There's plenty of opportunity and there will be prices on these kinds of on these kinds of cards. You got a handful of clamours you've got The shack juvenile's got Nine horsfield fields of ten eleven fourteen in the opener going a mile and seventy maiden twenty-five As the weather okay. We're going to be okay for tomorrow. Yeah the weather's forecast have been a little bit dicey but we should be just fine tomorrow. Looks like any of the more. Heavy rainfall doesn't start until late tomorrow night so should be on the phone and looks like the racing surfaces will be hopefully fast and firm to start throughout the majority of the cards ma night. Well it's been It's been a fast and firm season for everybody at canterbury park and i and Home of the the lowest. Take out and pick fives in the country and andrew. I thanks so much for a great season. Thanks thanks to jeff as well for his regular visits and We hope you have two great night's to wrap up the season. Thank you for your support and anybody. That's interested in that contest. It's the bbc big ten bedding challenge the link right on our homepage at canterbury park dot com. That takes you all the pertinent information as well as all sign up locations for each of the mentioned. Aws appreciate your support This season and hope you have a great winter. I'm sure we'll be in touch throughout the off. Even absolutely andrew offerman everybody and everybody involved at canterbury as they've done so many things right and really deserve players support. And i'll put up the link as well you can play onsite obviously but express bet. Tv g. and naira bets All ways to engage in tomorrow's huge opportunity i i. I don't think there's going to be a better chance. I mean breeders cup now as you know where we're within or than sixty days now so this is this is your maybe your best chance with ten seats. Being offered so looking forward i am going to be. I'm going to be actually in connecticut visiting my father For for yup kemper. So i'm not gonna play but you should everybody thanks to andrew. We'll stay here and bottom of the hour. We're gonna talk to lennie shulman. I wanted to get lenny in today. Because he's got a function. Tonight you can go see him in lexington and He's got another book signing and he'll tell you about it all right and then we've got tony come in and said as well I've got pull up. Let me see where the. I wanna have the pertinent information although lenny will certainly tell you but Told me yesterday and i just cannot The joseph beth bookstore there. We go got joseph. Beth bookstore had lexington And tomorrow at the nothing. I said tonight but tomorrow seven pm..
"shulman" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"Raises with steve bic raising in becoming interviews. This is steve. We're back through minutes into our three on this thursday and i was looking forward to having a lens. Shulman sit down and An opportunity to promote lens book signing tomorrow we can still do that. And we're gonna have lent on tv on sunday but Just nice to say hello to lenny. Shulman one of the track that save. I'll be there later. I'll be there soon enough. I'm sorry what ten miles to find if you really. If you really that interested you would. You would have walked out to green. Which if you're cooking. I went well. We we will actually. That's right you you were here for your here for a one of the one of the parties the biggest states and sergi. Oh yeah fantastic. Well and in fact you you. You're going to be here again for for for this year's too because it's coming up and And you're gonna you're actually staying around. This is not like a cameo appearance. You've got book signings. What three a day i think. Yeah yeah. I'm like a stallion Ah at the on that apron which is now the screensaver on my computer. I love it. Well you got a chance to meet our goal that was that that was The most important part of that visit. Yes absolutely now. It was wonderful. And i got to To the trivia question of how many home runs mellat hidden in his career so happy to pitch in with that. Also five eleven. Yeah yes yes. And an the question of the to yankee pitchers who exchange wives i very Big resource before we. So we don't miss out and Because it it would be just like us to launch into a into a bunch of stuff and and not even mentioned that. Give everybody the details on the book signing tomorrow. And and then the other one tomorrow. I'll be at the hall of fame At ten am between ten am in noon. I'm actually outside all as we speak and Stop by the hour especially if you are in town just this week or and or haven't seen the hall of fame. It's incredible since the makeover. So i will be here signing head-to-head conversations with racing legends tomorrow ten..
"shulman" Discussed on Blazing Trails
"Term over the long term is something that we could never hope to build if we weren't making those investments and i think you know if you look at our results and you look at our performance in the market. I would say a lot of what we've done in our vestments have paid off. Well that's for sure. I mean when the pandemic hit everybody was online all the time and i have to say my use of papal personally when up and impart you had these very loyal happy employees helping fuel the surge in your business you know. We went from having caught sissy offices around the world to having forty offices around the world. Everybody's working from home. You know our volume. Cy rocketed the demand for our products increase. Germs of not. Just what we already had but incremental services in capabilities that we needed to put out is so proud of the way. Our employees responded to that actually the next of software releases that we put out increased by twenty six percent year over year. Even though we were working remotely and that really comes from employees that despite all the mental stress they were personally experiencing the changes in their life understood. Just how important it was for us to serve our customers and we really didn't miss a beat air stock search too so i think that for you as ceo. Your philosophy of taking care of your employees is paying off and so using that as a track record. Then you now are trying to tell other ceos. Get in line people. We need to be paying our employees a living wage. But how is that going. So there's a very fine line there. Monica which is you know. Nobody really wants to be told what to do. Nor do i really want to moralize Because i know everybody's facing their own pressures but taking care of our employees release a competitive advantage for any company. Each of us may not do exactly the same thing. I'm all about employees others about environment. But what i do think is really important. Is that all companies and all leaders of companies stand up and lenient to the issues visas as a global society in a global economy. We each do something that can make a difference. And i think we have a moral obligation to do that. Do you think it is going to become the norm in capitalism now or capitalism or not everyone is served better on center companies are better political systems like if people don't have a modicum of financial health. How can we and they think the system is working against them. Expect them to rise above their own self interests and you know think about interests that are may be good for the whole but maybe not for themselves individually and our democracy requires that my favorite quote our democracies it needs to be more than two woes and one sheep voting on what to have for dinner. Now we've got to talk about then mo i let you go without talking about vinho. I mean for heaven's sake. Like most apps i learned about it for my daughter who's now twenty two but in high school. I saw her. They were all splitting lunches and car. Rides with vinho. I didn't even know it was part of pay pal. Just great. hey pows grade now. I realize they're all part of your company..
"shulman" Discussed on Blazing Trails
"Vividly. My dad was in charge of a chemical plant in pascagoula. Mississippi is in the early nineteen sixties and a person that worked directly for him. A black man was fired by the plant manager. Down there for drinking out of the wrong water fountain well and my dad decided that he had to fly down to mississippi and reverse that confront the plant manager to is very powerful individual and say that does not happen on my watch. And i remember my dad when he came back. I said why did you do that. Seems so dangerous. And he said we're defined by not what we say but what we do that always stuck with me and um just this ability to look at everybody with respect in that everybody should have equal opportunity as always been a large part of who. I am even before we get to pay pal. You've been taking actions on your own to make sure that you had the empathy and understanding for what others were going through. I think it was at american express that you went out when you were. There's young executive and you tried to cash checks to see what that experience was like for people who were not part of the financial services regime. I mean they didn't really have access to that kind of service for me for somebody to really advocate for the products and services. They're building they need to experience for san. Why they're doing it. As i did this twice once when i was virgin mobile and we were recording homeless youth and we were working with an organization called standup kids and In front of all of our employees director of that said dan to spend twenty four hours out of streets. Living as a homeless person to understand firsthand. What that's like and the empathy that that gave me experiencing percent. It was only for twenty four hours like not you know something heroic by any means than what it meant to be invisible on the streets. What it meant to feel unsafe. You know when you're trying to figure out where to sleep on the streets after that experience. I could advocate for homeless. You and why we were doing this in a way that i couldn't by just understanding backs and i did the same sort of exercise when i got to american express for trying to serve populations that were outside the financial system that had a cash sand in line that then had ascended another line to pay their bills. And you understand that intellectually very difficult but in two you go through it yourself. you don't understand how dehumanizing experience can be and how problematic it really is and so once everybody went through that then the products services designing to help that but it was done with the passion around doing the right thing for those populations that were struggling to get by. Is that why it is made you as a ceo. Much more sensitive to inequity. I remember several years ago on the north carolina. bathroom bill. you are like almost the very first to take a stand or you scared for that. Companies that aspire to be great companies. I think they've good company but we are to.
"shulman" Discussed on Blazing Trails
"Dan. Shulman thank you for joining us. Dan nice to be with you. All right let's start at the name of the show which is called the inflection point. Was there a moma in your life which has made a tremendous difference for you when everything changed the moment that sticks out in my mind. Quite visit late isn't tragic moment but as we all share that we've all gone through tragedy in our lives. It was my younger sister died. Early from the aneurysm. I was still in my twenty s when that occurred and It really redefined. Just everything was like a bomb blew up in my head and redid all the wiring in my brain and it really took me from prema- sister dying where a lot of life. Unfortunately it was about me. That's how i defined it and you know host her dying. I just became much more aware. That every moment is a really important moment. And that recognizing kind of the world beyond yourself is so crucial and so important and always thank my sister for making me a better person. I wish you still alive in the worst person. But she taught me an amazing lesson and that probably was the most important inflection point in my life for sure that's really poignant and that was as you decades ago since then you have been making a lot of moments more positive for so many more people in the position of leadership that you are in as the ceo pay pal but from the beginning you have been pretty involved in social activism as a youngster event and then in the positions of power. You have continued that to be able to help other people. Did it start when you were in a baby stroller with your mother. Taking you to a martin. Luther king rally. I remember my dad telling me the story later in life that he was worried that i be youngest person. Ever have their picture sti file. Both my parents were social activists. They're both amazing role models very involved in their communities. I remember.
"shulman" Discussed on Blazing Trails
"And here's the thing he talks about. How lonely it can be as a ceo. But he learned that grit and determination from men. He immigrated here when he was a child from poland and that was his inflection point because all he didn't speak english. All the kids taunted him with every polack joke they had and he said he wanted to go back to his home country of police he was so miserable and that's his inflection point and now you see how he has that grit and ability to lead from the office of ceo and the humble but also know that it's okay to feel lonely because he did it. S a child may think so. Tell me about the interview. We're gonna hear today with dan. shulman pay pal. What were some of the key takeaways for you. Okay so dan. Shaman is clearly a ceo with the heart you know that he is trying to democratize financial services through pay pal and bimbo and he even during cove. It made sure that all their employees work getting a living wage and make changes so that every employee became a shareholder and reduce healthcare expenses. And things like that so you will see that. He is motivated by his heart. Not just his head. So i kind of knew that in my preparation that bryce him is inflection point. I thought he was going to go back to when he spent a night homeless in new york city or was trying to cash checks as a young executive before he went to pay pal and do something about that. Talk about his inflection. Point because that's how he learned. How the un banked lived but guess what his inflection point not going to give it away. Because i want people to listen to. It was one that i was totally unprepared for and the film crew with me literally gas them gas behind me and it was something that we all did not expect but it was so hugely personal that people wrote to me afterwards and said i will never look at the pay pal. Ceo in the same way again after hearing point was his inflection point so that was an incredibly powerful moment. And you know the series series. Today we're hearing on the podcast but you can also find it on our youtube channel and the show looks great. It's got a really interesting way. But you guys handled the remote recording and you look great and it's really fun to watch as well as to listen to tell us a little bit more about what you have planned for the season some of the guests and well we started in april so we have a few episodes that are out now and each one will come out on youtube on tuesdays. One that came out that got a lot of people talking. Everybody knows who. Jim cramer is on. Cnbc that hosts know pat manning and on the street. He opened up on his inflection. Point on how he got to tv from being a wizard on wall street that the show is called talking many and murder. And i guess i'm really cool stuff about when he lived in his car. And you've gotta listen to that one. The board. ceo jim farley is also wonderful. Did you know his grandfather. Worked for henry ford model ts and now jim. Farley is transforming ford. it's really fun. we also have the cleveland. Browns owners husband and wife team. That i've known since we were children in knoxville tennessee..
"shulman" Discussed on Blazing Trails
"And today. I'm joined by monica langley. Edp of global strategic affairs at salesforce before joining salesforce. Monica spent twenty seven years at the wall. Street journal covering. Ceo's billionaires presidential candidates and she's a bestselling author of corporate attorney and well known tv news commentator. Welcome to the show monica. Thank you for having me michael. Oh well it's my pleasure. So today on blazing trails were featuring an episode from your new series the inflection point which was produced by salesforce and it's framed around the idea of inflection points in the lives of ceo's that you interview so why was this the angle that you wanted to pursue with the show. This is a great question. And the does that i put on the show. We're like why are you doing this to me so person all until you inflection point and that is the reason you know suddenly when we were all trapped at home during cova a lot of companies and news outlets started featuring leaders. And how are you getting through this. Unprecedented time salesforce launched early on a series called leading through change that got the best thought leadership in products on how to stay relevant and productive during the pandemic but the only we can go beyond that and s some of our top leaders who are inspiration on influential. What are they doing not just during covert but for the future because we're all looking forward to the future and that's what i wanted to do and i wanted it to be different from what everybody started doing because you know what i saw by the news outlets and other corporate websites. They ask typical questions. Like what is your background. How did you get to the corner office. Have you had to make a tough call. And i'm like these are not compelling their predictable. They were boring yup. Well it's true. It's a unique angle. And i listened to a few of the episode and watch our youtube channel as well. And it does bring out a whole different side of these leaders and It's really insightful. So appreciate the taking that approach you. And here's what i wanted to do. Michael is at wanted every episode to be different and memorable. And i can guarantee you if you watch these ceos and other leaders and not a single one will give the same answer because it has to be truly what is your inflection point. And it's that moment when everything changed it'll tell something about a personal backstory of professional influence or some bound you that made him who they are today and i know myself i had a critical inflection point in my life and there's of the floor and after and that's what i wanted to ask these most powerful people you spent your whole career at the wall street journal and its salesforce in conversations with some of the biggest leaders in business and politics. And what have you learned from those conversations over the years..
"shulman" Discussed on Section 138
"And welcome step so one hundred twelve and section one thirty eight. I'm your host mark collie as always joined by pricing and jacob. How're you guys doing. Great mark less than a week until opening day so getting better and better each week. Yup it's our last podcast of spring training slash. The offseason before the regular season starts barring any last-minute injuries or crazy news so knock on wood. That won't happened but jake power. I was gonna say the same thing. I am absolutely fantastic. Knowing that in less than a week we will now have real meaningful baseball that we can analyze in most like loser minds over. We definitely will five days five days and we're really excited We're also really excited for this episode. We had the chance to sit down with none other than dan. Shulman bluejays tv play by play broadcaster. He was nice enough to cut some time out of his day for us and talk a little bit about what things are going to look like on the broadcast side of things for this season for blue fan. So we'll go to that interview i am. We'll come back and talk.
"shulman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"One more thing that by the administration did, In fact, it was the first executive order the president signed. Mandatory mask wearing in federal property, including interstate travel, and what that means No one now conflict I on an airplane without wearing a mask, and if you violate that you're violating a federal law. And that's not gonna be pretty. In terms of consequences. You're going to get arrested. It's not just being banned from that airline. You're gonna be spending time in another location, so that's happening as we speak right now. Speaking of being bad from locations, I couldn't ignore this story. In the midst of all this and heightened security. There was a guy who actually lived at O'Hare at the airport member, the Tom Hanks movie terminal. This is the guy a real guy. Who lived at O'Hare for three months. Without being identified, are found. And just because he was scared of the Corona virus didn't wanna leave the terminal. Well, they finally found him. There's been some explaining to do there and last, but not least I had to share the story with you. After a 12 year battle I Nigerian court ordered an airline to pay a local businessman. You ready for this? They lost his luggage they ordered to pay him $1.6 million for losing his bag. Oh, man, what was in that bag? And when we come back, we'll be joined by Mark Shulman of Newsweek, author of American Presidential Elections from George Washington to Joe Biden. Yep. Travel's involved Your flight might be late, But we're on time I on travel will be.
PayPal Launches New Service Enabling Users to Buy, Hold and Sell Cryptocurrency
"Has been surging lately. Papal CEO Dan Shulman telling CNN he knows his platform is being credited for the guy current rise. He Says it is inevitable that more banks will assign onto the system. Yeah, I think if you think about the digitization Of industries. As I mentioned, the same thing is happening in financial services anywhere between 40 to 70% of consumers want to use cash less, they want to move two forms of digital payment. Don't think about that. Paper money is fully but surely going away and what will replace that? Well, what will replace that are all forms of
Amazon Adding 100K Jobs For Holiday Season
"Just around the corner, many businesses would traditionally being on holiday hiring blitz right now, But come Oh, Suzanne Font says the pandemic appears to have changed what seasonal hiring will look like This Amazon delivery worker says he's really busy right now. He expects it to get even busier for the holiday season. Wind picked season right now. So like we go delivery like seven days a week. Then stop. Amazon is adding 100,000 seasonal jobs nationwide more than 2500 in Washington state during the pandemic. When a lot of people are out of work, this might mean more people applying for seasonal jobs. It's kind of hard to fire job right now during the call of it, But like Amazon, always like welcome people to, you know, to come to work, and then I think it's a really good opportunities for everyone. The massive number of jobs offered by Amazon. Stem from a major demand for online deliveries probably shop online. It's just easier and faster Candy Heaven says. This holiday season, she'll do a lot of shopping online tacking commerce giant Amazon is looking for workers to put their online shopping orders. Working human resource is and operate the company's robots. Jeff Shulman is with U Dub Foster School of business. You know, Unemployment's really high right now we've got a lot of small businesses struggling. We've got a lot of people with the Boeing layoffs here. A region in particular had a lot of people who can't even imagine holiday spending at this moment, but at the same time there's still going to be dollars spent. A lot of that is gonna be spent online rather than in traditional brick mortar. And while many people before the convenience of shopping online stores hope thatyou're still spend time and money with them Kitty Heaven says That's her plan. I think people are more inclined to try and support local businesses. So hopefully people will come out of comas. Suzanne Fawn as political
"shulman" Discussed on Giants Splash
"Henry Showman here with Dan. Shulman if you missed the INTRO, we're not related but I do like him a lot in. Of Your family members I. I like you more than some shoulders yes. That's absolutely true. So I, guess a question that comes up is why couldn't you have gone to the world series? It's one ballpark you're in a hotel right now I think as we're talking you could be in a hotel there we had crew can kite Mike Ruko and Dwayne Kuyper. They were at the Ballpark for Home Games. Why couldn't you here or there I I don't know that was a decision made by ESPN management about a month. Ago I. Think it's you know it's not my call and I think they were just prioritizing safety and they thought maybe given what they knew about what what was going on a month ago that it was a more controllable environmentally spn. You know obviously, I wish we were there but I understand that we're not I believe the raise radio guys are there on the dodgers radio guys are not Fox is there MLB International Matt? Martinez, they are not. So you know each entity made its own decision. It was not my call to make. It was made by management and I was told before the playoffs started that after some internal discussion, we would be in Bristol the entire time. So you know I think it falls under the category, but it is it is what it is. Right it's pandemic and I'm just grateful that there is baseball and I'm grateful to be working and and you make the best of the situation. Yeah and You know just talking about crazy situation. The whole thing with the Blue Jays, you're the TV Voice of the Toronto Blue Jays the whole thing was crazy I mean the Canadian government is really being very strict about Americans coming in I I know I tried to move there seven times in the last couple of years. I'm kidding I don't don't send me your postcards of explain what a postcard is later you but you know. I it. It's really strict i. mean what were your expectations as we go as you went into the final week or two before? The regular season actually started about what you would be doing well, someone from our provincial governments provinces like a state someone from our provincial government are I, think I believe is our premiere actually it was like the governor. or someone from the premier's office at the very least said you know we've had discussions in the city has signed off on it and the province signed off on it and we expect the federal government to sign off on it, and that was just like a week before the season and we said, Oh, I, guess they're going to be allowed to play in Toronto and then the next day the The, the federal government came out and said no, and they said it's just the risks are too high at that point cases in. Canada. Were extremely low. They have gone up unfortunately since that you know like everywhere schools reopening and and so forth about it. It was disappointing but it's it's really hard for me to argue it I. I. Mean I'm a passionate baseball guy and I'm also very proud Canadian so I get it you know and then it was while they might play in Dunedin? Which I never thought was going to happen they might play in Pittsburgh what sounded like it could happen but then they.
"shulman" Discussed on Giants Splash
"And a ball line head center a base in. Here by around third, it's booted by Taylor. Arosa rate at coming home, and now he's caught and now Smith drops the ball and arousal raiders scores. Smith Ball. At the plate, they had a Rosa Raina heart before I ask you anything I have to tell you I thought it was an amazing call. At the time you are not at the park, how tough would that call have been? Sitting global field it would have been easier and I'll take you a steep into know down into the broadcasting weeds you WanNa, go so let me try to give you a snapshot of what we have in Bristol, which is typical for broadcasters year who are not on site we have a program monitor and in simplest terms, that's what you see at home on television we also have. What's called an all night and that's like a camera high above home plate where we can see the whole field we can see if the shift is on the infield is in a runner is stealing that sort of thing. So ninety something percent of the time. I'm looking at the program monitor I wanna see what Fox is showing or what fans at home are seeing the difficulty was. Not, being there you know normally when I do a game Henry from the field I watched the monitor, and so the balls should I'd like to see the movement of the pitches, the location of the pitches, and then when the balls Shit I look at the field I, look out the booth at the field, and you just naturally can see more when you're looking at a booth at A. Field. When you're looking on a two dimensional monitoring, just seeing whatever camera the television network of choice happens to be showing. So there were certain things. I. Didn't see and I don't know if you've watched the replay and I thank you for saying you like the call. I don't love it. Actually I beat myself up a little bit over it I was almost out of breath and in. Some people said, that's what made it so good. It was chaos and it was madness and we've never heard you sound crazy before and I said I think that's a compliment. So but I felt like I was chasing the play and I couldn't catch up but we never saw a Rosa rainfall down. That's not on the camera I. If you go back and watch it arose during a Does Not Appear your screen until he gets back up and Kinda caught between third and home and you hear me say, I, think twice and he's caught. He's caught You know if I could do it over it would be here Meyer rounding third he scores throw into awards the play arose arena coming home. Now they've.
"shulman" Discussed on Giants Splash
"Hello and welcome to the splash on Henry Schulman the giants beat reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle and my guest is ESPN radio and television announcer Dan Schulman no relation although I liked to tell folks he's my Canadian Hasn. On. Saturday night Dan called the incredible ending to game four of the world series when the Tampa Bay rays down to their last strike came back to beat the dodgers eight seven on that crazy once in a lifetime play. Brett Philip singled home the tying run and randy on a, and I've scored the walk off winner on airs by dodger, centerfielder Chris Taylor, and Catcher Will Smith. Dance thrilling call would have been difficult to achieve even if he had been at Globe Whitefield in Texas to see it in person but he wasn't, we'll talk about that and much more with Dan, Lewis called baseball and college basketball on ESPN for a quarter century as well as being the current voice of the Toronto. Blue Jays. Well Hello, Dan Talking to me from Bristol Connecticut how you doing I'm doing well Henry. Are you keeping? On. I'm doing I'm doing well Fine I just wanted to just check on the you're at the ESPN or you're working out of the ESPN headquarters it they don't really have a lot of mascots running around and athletes in full uniform desks take naps, space. Do they that's no. No prior to this month. I have spent remarkably little time on campus as they say it in Connecticut I have not seen any mascots. I don't think mascots qualify as essential services during a pen I tell you I can dirtier. All right. Well, I guess we should ask first of all Well, I mean, let's go back to that. You are the play by play announcer on TV for the Toronto Blue Jays and they've made it into the first round of the playoffs. So I take it you did the Blue Jays Games in that round and were you there in person no I actually did not do the Blue Jays Games in that round. So jays games all season from a studio in Toronto the. Jays play their home games in Buffalo, but due to the border restrictions if I crossed, I couldn't come back when they went on the road. So we did all sixty from Toronto but then I kinda got caught in a little pickle gas The Blue Jays normally do not do their own broadcasts of playoff games they normally pick up the US feeds, but this year got permission for whatever reason I think because just.
Claire Shulman, Former Queens, New York City Borough President, Dies At 94
"Queens borough president Claire Shulman, has died. She was 94. Shellman served as president of the borough of Queens from 1986 to 2002. Acting Borough President Sharon Lee called showman larger than life. He said showmen had extraordinary vision and transforming the landscape of the city's largest borough
Uber, Lyft Ordered to Classify Drivers as Employees
"A judge in San Francisco is ordering over and lift to treat their California drivers as employees with access to over time, sick leave and other benefits. A Superior Court judge Ethan Shulman, Says classifying those drivers as independent contractors would be a violation of the state's labor law. The ruling came in a lawsuit by California's attorney general, Uber quickly Val to appeal. A
Amazon gives employees option to work from home until January
"Korwin Hey HQ Momo News. For the past 14 days, Washington has averaged 687 new daily cases of covert 19. It appears the pandemic will continue for some time, prompting Amazon to tell its employees to work from home through January. Almost Ryan caliber reports. The move to protect Amazon workers may really hurt. Other workers close by many of the restaurants and retailers near the online giant soft, like union campus have already temporarily closed. Some have gone out of business for good. It's just the beginning, warns you. W marketing professor Jeff Shulman. There's going to be a big impact, not just on the businesses. But on the employees and on our tax revenues here in Seattle since thousands of Amazon workers started staying home, the lunch rush is off 75% at BB Teriyaki, says the restaurant's owner revenues here away down across the board. As for Amazon, calling its employees back in January, Shulman says that could be a reach quoting him. It's hard to plan and say Okay, January is when all the lights are going to turn back on. When there is so much uncertainty in the situation continues to evolve.
"shulman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"She was the favorite in the race and she absolutely. Loved the Oakfield just like Stratovarius did. And it was my first time the first time at EPSOM. Before, the Darby so's my first my first time there. To so it over in my first time in England, my first time out of the United States, you know. There's a crazy trip when I. Went to England by myself and absolutely was. I don't know how to total brain. Lapse actually decided to rent a car at the airport. and. In nightmare that was. But I. I'll tell you quickly. I rented a car I rented a car ricky. Airport was called Swan. Rent the car and they met me there and they drove me to their office. And all right well, I'll rent the car. I wasn't even thinking about the wrong side of the road and driving through London to try and find my hotel. And here I am driving on the wrong side of the road never been out of the United States in my life. And all of a sudden you know I'm I'm I'm in. London Heathrow and I'm driving and I'm heading into London. And I get into London. On I remember I remember driving past Howard department store. And I wound up in in a ticket daily with the streets are like three inches wide. And I'm tr-. No clue I'm going and I'm under one side of the road. and. Realized that I can't get through I'm stuck I don't I don't know how to do it. Because every time I would turn car I would go over to the curb because someone walks on the wrong side and some guy actually comes over to my car. It gets in the car and drives my car through this narrow street because it was A. Car there and couldn't through he. Drove my car for me, so I got out of it. And then I'm driving also London trying.
"shulman" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"Thirty minutes of print industry analysis and I am feeling was to share coming up on the show we speak to one of the founders of the modernist magazine a beautiful time to for those who live all things. Morton plus welcome back to the show James Mel Injure founder of the maritime added. But I on the show. I had the pleasure to speak with Alexandra. Shannon was the helm of British folk for twenty five years in her new memoir clothes and other things that matter. Alexander reviews many stories from her startling career. And Lucan how? Our wardrobes intersect with so many aspects of our lives here is Alexandra with more when I started rioting clothes and other things that matter. I had no idea that the book would get published in time when we're all confined to all Hogan's and unable to walk around the block and to start with. When I realized that that was going to be what was happening. It was really depressing. Because you know you work for two or three years on a book and then you Kinda give birth to and certainly. It's like this baby that you know underground but then. I kind of realized that she they're all now these virtual opportunities to do it and I'm doing a lot of podcasts. And webinars and people have been very very supportive online and actually it got into the Sunday Times bestseller. It's never happened your book of mine before say. Maybe it wasn't all bad and again if people are hungry for content during the Stein. You know it's a you know they are at homes. They want to read a good book or listen to podcasts. At wash. Dna senior books. You know is a perfect example of that. I would like to ask you how you begin the book. You're counting the items in your wardrobe. I thought it was a fantastic idea. Why did you decide to start a book with that when I started writing the book about an item of Clothing? Which was red shoes? Which is the beginning of the book because kind of childhood sandals and cold start right and so start right made it was kind of Pun on starting the book so it didn't actually start writing it with the tally of clothes. It was about a month later that I thought well maybe a way of getting into this would be to actually see what I have in my wardrobe and my reaction to that which I have to say you know. I was surprised that I had over five hundred pieces of clothing. I had no idea. I don't have that many wardrobes either so it sounds a lot you know. I reckon there are quite a few people that must have placed on on that number of plays. I live the chapter about suits because I mean from what I understand. Now you're not suit person. But when you've got the job at vogue you you went to the kind of final interview presumed something like that and you were wearing a suit because you went to to make a point. There was a meeting full of Man. But then you never wear again. It's such an interesting one. I started my career magazines in the eighties when at she foods kind of a big deal so as a young female journalist. I did wear suits and I write about how my first suit with Bolt for me by my aunt constance who is a very successful. Hollywood publicist and she always will see so. I had touted my role model. Is that how to dress in in your heels and your makeup and everything but by the time I to Vogue said a fashions changed and identity G. Q. For a couple of years and I don't think I hardly ever. Whoa a siege that but when I got not given the when I was offered the vote and then I had to have the full merely offer to me not required going into a meeting with Yeah I think it was full men and I did kind of thing. I've gotTA wear a suit. But this is sort of what somebody who's GonNa edit go would wear so rushed out but my myself to sip from browns in South Molton Street and I did wear that Senate again actually but I think irony highlight three other seats in all my time evoke. Could your relationship with clouds changed after you became the editor of vote? Because I know you had some talks with some the condensed executive that they gave you some a clothing allowance in away. Did he change the law? Terming the brands you consumed and or not really. Oh Yeah I mean before. I went to vote Patrick. All my clothes can put Bella market or market of some kind of other. I dressed eighty percent of my wardrobe vintage and I wore a couple of things again. It was that period. I had a little bit of Kenza. I had quite a lot of Joseph. Joseph was the shop that we'll use to go to him by all clergy from Fox. Very few kind of really high end designers. I mean he didn't have any Omani. I didn't have any chanel. I didn't have any OATLEY before I went. I mean one of the things I noticed was the huge difference in growth in of literacy and understanding of fashion and the availability of it. All for everybody really. You might not be able to buy products but everybody knew about project came kind of desirable brand which wasn't the way until like the mid nineties. There was a big change so yes my clothes changed an. I started to buy a high end designer clothes but so I think did the General Perception. It expanded so much. She wasn't such an extraordinary idea. I mean back in the eighteen. Very few people would third but wearing chanel. Say and I'm very happy that you got you. Perfect dress fairly recently. Well there's a chat to indicate tonight is nice to discover the perfect dress in a little bit later in your in your career as well but can you tell us a bit more about this dress. Puffy dresses just by Indian designer Salani and I saw it on website and I cut tom kind of not buying it for bit united. Seeing how many times it was going to lure me back and eventually I did buy it and it's the perfect dress because it's my perfect dress. One of the things I write about. Perfect dresses is the perfect. Anything is I watch e perfect. If it's your perfect is never perfect. Somebody else but not perfect dress is just. It's one of those dresses where everybody sees. It says loved that dress. Where did you get and so you know you feel really good because because people like it? It's also very practical dress. It's very pretty taxis. Easily Awards Goto cavs Nastya to that book fat and It's been lots of places with me but I kind of youth writing about the perfect dress to actually write about the search when we trance touched the perfect things and how our shopping habits so the dried to that difference between online and bricks and mortar. So I tried to use things like the perfect trestle the white shirt or white shoes to talk about other things than because we giving it so. It is quite an emotional book you know. It's not really fashion history. Well and he's true. Imagine even the word perfect. I mean that's how you have to sell it in a fashion magazine. This is the perfect tissue. You needed this summer. D. misspeaking an editor being so incredibly close to the fashion industry the publishing or or or are you happier. I know you have a caller. You're just published a book. I mean you're still very much in industry but you miss being kind of day to day work as I. I don't miss the day to day. Business of editing. The magazine Twenty. Five years ago it was a really long time and I had a great time and I think I was the through the glory days of Magazine Publishing but twenty five years was really Nafa Vet and I don everything that I that I wanted to do and I think as soon as you start to feel like that you know. It's definitely time to to move on. I Miss I MISS. Having Not Forum where you can have an idea and you can tell other people about it. I mean not the great thing about being a magazine at Terry that such luxury to how about have got voice so I don't have that voice but then I have more my invoice now so I think it's a kind of fast. Swap will very much. So and. How was your relationship with magazines. I mean do you. Do you continue reading British Vogue. Order folks from all the countries as well so I love magazines obscene magazines. You know I'm going to be the lost passing out there. The magazine started buying them. I'd buy you know. Get some on. Subscription subscription to finish voted for instance. I buy a lot of things like the New Yorker Interiors magazines at probably spend more time looking interiors magazines and kind of magazines with longtime features than I do looking at a lot of fashion magazines. Now I absolutely especially during the spirit. I'm loving through magazines about when you're when there at Vogue Be Reading British. Vote for quite a few years. Since I moved to discount for decades ago and the consistency of it you know I could totally understand like the woman that you're writing Tennessee. What what made British vogue different when you were at the ads compared to the other ones 'cause I know a lot of people talk about all day tied in one their daring but but at the same time yours had consistent CEOS In the newsstands it was. I think it's a difficult thing to talk about when you're not doing it anymore. Because of course when another Edita comes in when you leave somebody else takes over and then it's sad vogue and so the the ban now is a not the same bogus as I produced because I think we had different different things that we really felt passionately about and the thing I felt passionately about was vote should be a magazine. A More Galateri magazine and away in tons of dealing with women. I really thought very much women. Actually Reading the magazine and magazine would make people who weren't involved in fashion. Who went right at the epicenter style to feel that it was something that that could include them and could speak to them That was quite informational. Did a lot of stuff that was really pure shopping actually and a huge range of prices. So I tried to mix the really incredible fashion in Madrid with much more practical information. Because that's dust what I was interested in did. Not Wait was different to some of the other European magazines but interestingly it was used as a template for new my job so when in Burgundy China Russia. They will of sent sent to London as a kind of finishing school to learn how to do folks so they went back with my template and then after a year or so. They changed to their own. There was Alexander Shuman. Her book clothes and other things matter is out now published.
"shulman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of the Oakland Athletics. this hour from town hall dot com. wearable hurricane Dorian go next that is a question as the storm continues pummeling the Bahamas or at least five deaths are blamed on the hurricane later today Dorian is expected to begin a slow March toward the southeast U. S. ad in Cumberland County North Carolina emergency services director Jean booth says time to get ready prepare now get what you need now he spoke with WTVD television the waves wind and rain already taking up along Florida's east coast Roger Shulman with Salem radio in Tampa says utility crews standing by state law even have crews here in case power goes out here from the higher winds that are expected there's a huge rallying point a large parking lot filled with utility trucks from various utilities that are here ready to pounce into action as soon as the storm or the effective federal for more details being released about the gunman who shot and killed seven people in Texas the I. special agent Christopher calm says the gunman sent a tort was fired from an oil field job earlier in the day he was on a long spiral of of going down he says a Tor call both nine one one and the F. B. I. tip line after he was fired most of the calls or just ramblings HR with stop fifteen minutes later by a Texas state trooper for failing to signal a lane change shots were fired after seven people were killed there was a chase the gunman was killed outside in Odessa movie theater I'm AT Donahue at least twenty five people confirmed dead. nine others still missing after a tragic boat fire early yesterday near an island off the southern California coast the dive boat conception became fully engulfed in flames as thirty passengers on a recreational scuba diving trip select below deck Wall Street Dow futures up seven points nasdaq futures down sixty four more of these stories set town hall dot com. when it comes to your pain many of you might be skeptical black I was about ordering relief factor Pat Boone again for this wonderful hundred percent drug free supplement designed to help you own body lower or eliminate occasional aches and pains due to aging exercise everyday living I'm not skeptical any longer the three week quickstart is now discounted only nineteen ninety five why do you let us see if we can get you out of pain to relief actor dot com. hi Dennis Prager here want to let you know about a new product available to Prager store offering the.
MLB -- In the end, Los Angeles Dodgers' talent trumps Milwaukee Brewers' moves
"Come from the ball. Ted at the Los Angeles Dodgers have repeated as champions of the National League, and they are headed to Boston to take on the Red Sox in the World Series. Bible in the final game seven Dan Schulman, the call Saturday night from Miller park in Milwaukee here on ESPN radio Christian yelich, home run in the first for Milwaukee. L A pitching shutting down the brewers offense. The rest of the way dodgers pen areas. Manson Janssen Kershaw. Let me just one hit to go along with seven strikeouts. Over the final four and a third innings for more on the dodgers game seven victory. We hear from Dan Shulman. Chris singleton who had the call here on ESPN radio games
Anne Hathaway Shares Rihanna’s Hilarious Comment About Her Post-Baby Booty
"Tell us what you think in the morning toasters group that is something that sounds appealing to you totally that'd be so fun every day we'll do it live episodes of the toasting the rec hall i'm shocked oh my god doesn't it amazing does we need to literally higher like video artifact of any of the whole thing oh my god that would be a menacing okay next story riyadh untold anne hathaway quote we we went from khloe interest into camp toast with the offer i know well that's the power of the kardashians they just give everyone ideas to be like amazing business people totally reality told anne hathaway quote you've got an ass like me dying definitely not true during an appearance on ellen on thursday anne hathaway confessed to being less than completely comfortable with her body after giving birth to her son jonathan rosebank shulman has running team has shagged her child is jewish give me one was wondering quote i don't beat myself up about any of that stuff anymore but after i had my son the wait was really slow to come off and so i was the difference is in normally anne anne hathaway told ellen the generous luckily the star who has spoken out about fat shamed all the time in the past received plenty of encouragement from her oceans eight cast mate i walked on the set and my waits a little up and i'm just aware of it she can need and sandy bullock looks up and goes you look good mama and then cate blanchett's like nice jeans hathaway but it was a racy compliment from the diamonds hitmaker that happened at thrilled hathaway most quote riano looks up and goes damn girl you got an ass the actors recounted you've got nasa like me understandably thrilled the oscar winner added i of course was freaked out and loved it so much a my god that is so cute i have a vision of what the ocean oceans eight cast and filming like when like and i really hope it's similar to what to what i think but i just saw weird interview with sarah paulson in cape blanchett on hoda.
MTV's Catfish Has Suspended Production Over Sexual Misconduct Claims
"In just a few minutes elena thank you will the star and producer of mtv's show catfish is facing allegations of sexual misconduct mtv suspended production of the show due to the accusations against nieves schulman the spokesperson for that network says a thorough investigation will be conducted shulman has not commented catfish is in its seventh season and takes a look at online relationships or one person may not be who they appear to be actor alec baldwin is a new data again at sixty baldwin and his wife hilario welcome baby number four thursday she posted a picture on the newest addition to the family on instagram with the hashtag we got this twenty eighteen the baby boy wait in just over eight pounds his name has not yet been revealed and laura in this next door you have she's kind of proving it wrong because studies are showing that women in the united states are having fewer babies and researchers say choosing careers over motherhood could be one reason according.
"shulman" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review
"Well this one is a little bit more interesting i think these things to go straight where the clip and shifts to boon an asia though show shulman shirts such toto motor lying oh a t since yet doll her isn't it as an a journalist who had change price which i could do that it's basically it is that throughout it i think it needs that one more little bit needs amid light and needs a break of some soul is top of the trees but is number one and he caught argue that kenya is with us three of separated for tournament so toepfer yeah wow big joe 'cause you at the beginning of that video since is the beach this kind of like hooded northern english man who says 70 can avail is he described the hooded he's a he's like a source serag but he's got a slight noor salman adding said i've got a lack of july but yeah i know this some of the crossing it is easy joker as in jericho it was a joke 'cause you noticed joker lose your jacket in any changes aimed to joka goods could add to this on is about the ferryman it's called the ferry madam caretaking people across to the other side then i feel like robert marrying video don't yeah i love that hole and for remand it's a great album clearly with some inspired some title very good bill that was great fun thank you for that the world of joe because you reveal to us all which is a relief i think thank you very much for.
"shulman" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"Much. Ooh. Me. Two. Two. The. SMS. And. Gene. Two. David Shulman. And. Really.