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Body found near SoFi Stadium

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:50 sec | Last month

Body found near SoFi Stadium

"The Inglewood Police Department in the quarters officer investigating the discovery of a body near the sofa I stadium complex. The body was found before two AM with Inglewood police and officials from so fi stadium, confirming it was located near a group of construction trailers adjacent to the stadium itself, Inglewood police Lieutenant Oswald Figueroa tells K Annex office right and located in adult male deceased. The subject was removed from the scene by the corner and the cause of men or death are pending in not anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Police Department detectives at 3104125. 246. The coroner's office confirmed. The body is that of a Latino man in his twenties, but they aren't saying if this is a death investigation, a suicide or a homicide. It's the third death. It's been linked to the area in and around so far Stadium. The two previous fatalities were construction accidents, which happened during the building of the complex in Inglewood. Pete Demetriou, Okay and extend 70 NewsRadio.

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Los Angeles Rams Beat Cowboys 20-17 In Season Opener At First Ever SoFi Stadium Event

Boomer & Gio

00:28 sec | Last month

Los Angeles Rams Beat Cowboys 20-17 In Season Opener At First Ever SoFi Stadium Event

"Sunday night football saw the rams hold off the cowboys twenty, two seventeen open up noon, the brand new s-o-f-i stadium the late offensive pass interference call on Michael Gallup costing dowse chance to tie or possibly win. The game has often is a very energetic Sean mcvay. Great job by the team you know to be able to get the win. That's obviously what we wanted to be able to get done. Thought. Offense slowed up in the second half but the defense picked up the slack and That's what team football's all

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Los Angeles - Construction Worker Dies Following Fall At SoFi Stadium In Inglewood

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

Los Angeles - Construction Worker Dies Following Fall At SoFi Stadium In Inglewood

"A construction worker is dead after falling while working at so fi stadium in Inglewood there are reports of say a worker fell anywhere between fifty to sixty feet how the worker fell has not been released at this time the stadium is the future home of the Los Angeles rams and Chargers football

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"sofi" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

02:52 min | 5 months ago

"sofi" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Five story. I will this out by saying that Australia has you know a growing number of near banks they are a long way behind the UK and actually the US when you look the variety of services on offer as I said many times before that's largely because the four big banks in Australia haven't had to deal with a lot of the problems that you know particularly regulation or up until now recession That the banks in parts in western Europe and the US to deal with it. They are very much able to keep on top of their products and services so that apps all foreign away in advance with most of the APP she would have found from USO UK banks at the same stage so the products and services. They offer mean. That just hasn't been a need for a newmark entrance This decision to come in To to the game and do it based on price we've all seen from Zinta was it's a current countless up very similar to mon zones at some of the team of the same and singer basically drew up in as many customers as possible with a really high interest rate on savings so I think my point is it tells you something about Australian banking market. The way that most of these new entrance have gone into is is through attractive rates whether that Song Borrowing Saving Zindel. We've seen waste had to pull back Rate that it was offering savings because the Australian Central Bank could use to overrule rates like every other central banks Unto THE QUESTION THERE IS. I think interesting. The digital is great. How sustainable is a strategy based Basal Priceless? I'm not the only time. Tell new. Obviously seen Austrailia is real time payments network is actually quite successful. They have their scheme has over it. Got over a quarter of the market in two years so they are advancing in in some spaces but absolutely. They're still more than has to come from that. Yeah it's a market that anybody listens. This regularly knows I love so. I'm not giving 'em not to stop looking at anytime soon. Uc pages some point. If I'm ever allowed to leave okay. We move on now as we're getting to the end of the show just to round up some of the other stories from the week but we didn't have time to cover so there's so much happening this week we can't cover it all. These stories deserved a shout out. Adam please begin now. What a wonderful feature this so quick for a story around. It feels good news for you but I'm going to do so. I one Phoenix Covert Nineteen scuppers. The KOMO's Bank plan to sell 'em bank so Germany's Commerzbank is abandoned. His plan to set off a majority stake in Polish unit 'em Bank Basically because the nineteen crisis were prevent columnist bank getting an acceptable return..

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NFL owners to vote on whether to allow Rams to borrow $500 million more for SoFi Stadium

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

NFL owners to vote on whether to allow Rams to borrow $500 million more for SoFi Stadium

"X. like the new stadium for the rams and Chargers having some financial profit a fellow owners will get the official request next week according to reporter David Kaplan of the athletic the rams will be looking for an extra five hundred million dollars to finish so fi stadium what could go wrong has gone wrong first we had the one year delay no name because of the rainy season now you have the pandemic and the issues related there in terms of probably having an entire season without fans and now you've got two seasons last year and this year where you at have you had projected being open and bring in a gusher of revenue and that money has she has dissipated chaplain expects the rams and Chargers to get the extra funds but even if they don't he figures understand crunk here the rams could still get the money through other loans or from sales of

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"sofi" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

07:03 min | 7 months ago

"sofi" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"The customers out there. At the end of the day they are business. They're there to make money. They've already laid off quite a lot of people. There that Bloomberg article was very interesting because it mentioned some customers some customers saying that before this happened they received phone calls daily from cabbage asking them to borrow money and then suddenly without any notice that top has been turned off altogether Would I find quite audacious? I guess is that The cabbage spokesperson compared what they doing to the manufacturers who I now producing ventilators for the hospitals and I think that's taken it a bit too far so stop lending and stop giving money to people when they really needed is really not comparable to Ford or Tesla. Whoever else starting to make you know ventilators to save people's lives so on the one hand I understand why cabbage is doing. It's business but on the other eights. Pretty Harsh. Pretty Harsh Yeah. I'm not sure I quite see the laterally between those two for for sure in terms of doing it but I mean is eat like globally. There are going to be a lot of lenders who are going to be sitting there with a very similar problem right. You've go a book. That's kind of tightening very quickly. A either from personal loans or from SME lending perspective right. There's a lot of big companies globally lending. Are we going to see a lot more of these? Do you think so under enough about cabbages business structure and model. But how how how they funded. How what's the Sosas there That funding that As credit are they are they like are they fully funded operator a That credit originate from. I think they classified as a bank. And now deploying from the balance sheet said that they're fickle back fat license so in sin has becomes a question of how smaller operator is going to be supported by government. I think it's a much bigger picture. I said what this really tells us. Is that whilst the happen? Huge programs of support from the Federal Reserve Nick Christie is really very Abundantly available to lenders question is while Y. What's what's the friction at stopping cabbage from accessing? Some of that liquidity. Because in theory the Federal Wax Federal Reserve actions should be bad maintain lending sports. So what is the? What is the actual underlying issue? That's preventing them from from from reaching Simple yeah I mean. I think there's a a big thing here now. I think the support being distributed. 'cause you're going to be looking at a A balance sheets. That's folding up with default SUV of loans very quickly. I think the access of the support particularly over in the. Us bidden very very slow. Isn't it I think. The distribution of these funds is kind of led to a lot of companies struggling quite quickly. But it point. It's it's where all they how fine a balance how it balances that balance sheet actually within four weeks of a swing in the operation that actually the that having to free lending in a period where essentially people need lending more than more than ever you point Ali. Yeah I think it's a modest think you'll be the The last one of these that we see sort of takes action. I think the reality is. It's really difficult to lend to anyone now at the moment in the current climate. I think it's even more difficult to lend to small businesses so that sort of the difference between the government support the in most countries that trying to funnel through to small business in the form of grants feels like The most promising option for them. I think this ultimately comes down to for me. Underwriting decisions How can you risk? Assess a business right now. No one's been through a cycle like this cabbage didn't even go through the the first financial crisis side. They don't even know what a downtown looks. Like a make that worse this is a different downturn than the one before this is a sudden shaw. Shock of Just a underlying lack of income. Nfl profitability into businesses. That are trying to underwrite so. I won't be the last one we see. In my opinion I just I. I've done underwriting the part I don't know how you'd underwrite anything right now with any confidence even if it's government backed. I just don't know how you get to a comfortable decision that you should be ended money. I think yep absolutely I mean. The Big picture here is that valuation itself is up in the air. I mean we just don't know what the value of anything is and that applies to accuracy applies how value corporate when you don't know if they will be able to press the dividend wherever that cash flow is going to be maintained of the teacher or at all. It's just impossible so Goldman Sachs put out a marriage stay Pointing out how difficult is to value a company even like a big company so of course that to smaller companies. It's almost impossible so I'm not surprised and in terms of underwriting the only real auction these lenders have is is if that if that owns a government guaranteed and. I think they're awesome measures to try and do that but whether they I think will come onto this in a bit. But it is the administrative burden of trying to process these These support functions. That's that's really the big issue now. I think that's to be to cabbage. What they've said is that they've they've fo- Kristallnacht Shift So they've they securitise although lending and they don't know that they could push any of that risk back out to the market in this curious always full because they were expecting a high level of delinquencies and they don't have much exactly as as you've been saying but then if there is this government facility coming as you said we'll probably cover that more. Broadly should they not be focused on that? I don't know that that's wrong. Although I don't know that ace also Should exactly be positioned as making ventilators. It's it's not the same thing I think I think. Tha Tiniest point other on. I think it's it's I mean these. These companies will in most dire need at this stage. So it's going to be really interesting to see what it does from a brand reputational perspective Sort of coming out the other side of this warm weather People who you know. It's a Whiz Woman Fuzzy feelings when everything is fine isn't it and then when there's an issue that I think you really understand the the Brian To these guys come out of it. I mean temperature done some really good things in the past but I mean based on the next story these guys. Don't the only one struggling with with lending though so if we look a story over on. Cnbc banks struggling to keep up with the title white with business. Loan APPLICATIONS FOR COVERT RELIEF. So.

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Crane Collapses At Under-Construction SoFi Stadium In Inglewood, Los Angeles

All Things Considered

00:17 sec | 8 months ago

Crane Collapses At Under-Construction SoFi Stadium In Inglewood, Los Angeles

"And it could have been much much worse authorities in LA said no one was hurt when a large construction crane collapsed this morning outside so by stadium stadium is being built as the new home of the Chargers and rams firefighters say the accident happened when one crane was being moved in and struck a stationary crane causing the stationary crane to

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Kausar Hussain, Co-Founder of Untamed Borders, on Visiting Pakistan and Afghanistan

Counting Countries

06:43 min | 9 months ago

Kausar Hussain, Co-Founder of Untamed Borders, on Visiting Pakistan and Afghanistan

"Are going to have a brief conversation with Coser Hussein. One of the founders of untamed borders in the we guide in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Cows are welcome to counting countries. Displease tell me a little bit about yourself. Hi I'm saying. I'm the CO founder unto borders of Fixer and journalist addicted to green tea addicted to green. Not Okay I enjoy good. Glass of tea is law and you mentioned untamed borders. Tell me a little bit about your role there. I'm the head guy responsible for both Pakistan and Afghanistan onto borders specializes in bringing travels to challenging destinations like Somalia Yemen Iraq and Syria case some very popular opt or destinations for people who are chasing one ninety three and then some What's talk about Pakistan Forbid Pakistan Astana is making some great strides and improving the tourism situation. They switched to so it went from one of the most difficult visas to becoming coming up pretty straightforward visa. So one more reason to visit this country another challenge that's been Hurting Pakistan's understands tourism is the Security Situation Sofi can Kausar what's the security situation like now impacts there will were the last five years a skewed acuity situation has improved. Dramatically government has made a major commitment and effort and stabilizing the country over the last several years through military operations and community outreach reach today the majority of the country stable and safe with the exception of dry Blazevic domain challenging. That's great to hear for travelers as well goes for all the people of Pakistan That the government is making having some great success in that area There's a lot to seem Pakistan stand but other what a tourist buxton is current currently untouched by tourism. You can visit magnificent landmark and and lend marks and sometimes the only tourists so for instance. I wasn't Rotas Ford which is a UNICYCLE Site last week and I brought a client. He was literally the only person there for those of people Tired of mass tourism and over tourism really breath of fresh air to go visit Pakistan and having the opportunity to sometimes have an entire landmark monument to yourself There's a lot to seem Pakistan. What's touch on a a couple of different places? Taxila has a real interesting history. Tell me about Taxila which is near Islamabad. Dickson is a great site Pakistan and Decide and Buxton. It has been a learning seat in the Boston. There was a lot of decides to visit so a lots so Buddhist tourists and people who have deep interest in the apology. There was this great Site another place high. On many people's list it's wanted the ultimate road journeys is the Karakoram Highway. Will Karakoram. Highway is often described by the Pakistanis. As the wonder under up the word and it's a great site And one gets but he's spectacular scenic and touching on CNN. Reenact one place on the care. Comb that I'm aware of which is really beautiful is fairy meadows yet. The mighty Nanga Burr. But which is often also known known as a killer killer mountain has some great views from the highway. And it's pretty fun place to reach. You have to go on in a four-wheel jeep for about ninety minutes on the edge of a mountain and then you hike an additional three hours to get your hotel so really a special place to visit one other place which is unique and interesting and fascinating where you're from push our. Was it like to visit a shower as probably a in February and it is often As the parasol students showers such a crate frontier city that which has a great historical As well as the CD's amazing and there is a lot to see The the lifestyle and to see to see in the cut of They have T- that the hundred seventy or got have DNC. The light goes bites such as amazing site x amazing city. The I think the best thing about per shower at at some level is a combination of hospitality in just the people watching hospitality is actually headey job People okay so let's let's cut to the chase. There's a you know. There's a lot of providers out there. Why should people choose untamed borders? Here's when visiting Pakistan Lick me. Give you an example. For example. Lahore has some amazing sights. And you can see you can see them listed on tripadvisor. These are places. Let's is in Lahore like bud. Shy Mosque royle for and John Gives Muslim and he tour guide can bring you there with twenty years experience of being a fixer. An generalist a bit twenty years with twenty years experience of being a fixer for journalists and a guide for travelers. I know the off the beaten path places to take take them to so for instance in the whole I take two truck painting art which is a highlight of highlight traditional wrestling street doctors in the Old City trump. A Fight Haircut okay. Woods afire haircut. It is the latest trend for young men in the whole year. Barbara actually lights the person's hair on fire and cuts the hair. You got to see to believe it. Okay and how do you house. UNTAMED BORDERS OPERATE in Pakistan. You guys offering group tours. Oh yes we do have Groped towards we have this two weeks It'd be a magnificent trip which starts in Islamabad and the highlights on their trips are collage with is the Pagan tribes and the Highway K.. And you can check. UNTAMED BORDERS website for more information on their group tours. Okay so what happens if those dates don't work for me or I like traveling by myself. Do you offer individual customized bespoke tours. Yes we do all arranger Individual as well as bespoke drips producer. WHO's USA who's gone come on the FX debts so we can for the mayor independent a weekly for them to private trips awesome?

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Guns N’ Roses To Play First Rock Concert At SoFi Stadium

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

Guns N’ Roses To Play First Rock Concert At SoFi Stadium

"KNX so guns N. roses will be the first rock band to perform at the store by stadium in Inglewood coming up in August they're gonna be re United all the guys that Saturday August eighth tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday we know the Taylor swift will actually be the first act out so by stadium

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"sofi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"sofi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"The theme I've been focused on a week earlier this month. Five nine and that is Fiv nine the number reporter fantastic sure and then followed it up with a Bull Shannon state to the point where the stock is once again making new highs. Hey could this thing have room to run. Let's check in with Rohan trawled. Won't he is the CEO five nine but more about why is companies thriving environment other following Mr Trump. Welcome back to money prior on. What is an intelligent and cloud contact center so it software? That's in the clouds. The website where your age of businesses can have agents that talk to customers and that's talking on the phone loan or say messaging on a website or whatever so we're basically the the pointy end of the summer when it comes to how a company connect with their customers. So if I call someone edited organization. Is that yours they can call my record. Know what I've done and where on it instead of being clueless and just putting me on hold exactly so as soon as you call in. They get the full three sixty view of who you are and what you've bought and when you called last and so they can treat you like a human being and not like a number all right so we've got the holidays coming up. Got Black Friday coming up with a lot of places where there's a lot of calls Typically ready to be on hold but we'll go to another place now. How about if we picked canal fit that uses five nine? Yeah exactly so black Friday cyber Monday huge spikes in retail and cloud is perfectly suited to these kinds of environments where you have massive call volume spikes spike so Lululemon is one of our great customers. And you've talked about them. Love them they They have got a really really awesome Configuration on their website. Where if you go on their website and you're trying to buy something something that can chat to you or if you if you call in you ever return or a question about a product? It's all using our software and they will scale up and down by hundreds of agents in one day and we can do that literally with an hour. They can add hundreds of Asians so it's Oracle provides the CRM side and five nine provides the engagement and communication inside. When I go to your website? I learned that there are companies with a legacy expensive on premises system. And I said to myself how could any company still have that ninety percent of companies still have it's impossible hardware sitting in closets and it's super hard up. It's super hard to maintain a and keep working which is why a lot of times you'll call and you'll get disconnected bad experiences. That's what we fix. It's a website you push all of that complexity into the cloud and we handle it and make it easy for you know one of the things. I've noticed that during this whole era new companies some companies have decided the more money they lose the better other companies lose sight of the in fact cash flow matters and still others seem to have no real path to profitability. Your stock hit an all time high when many of these others cratering cratering what distinguishes you is it about caring about things like cash flow carrying about things like a pet the profitability. Yeah my CFO Berry likes to say that you know we're a little bit old fashioned and we like it that way. We we look at things like cash flow as other companies. Think they're quaint. We pay a lot of attention to it will in Q.. Four we've committed to the street will be at a twenty percent ebitda margin and we are cash flow positive so the company is grown responsibly. We're in this for the the long haul gym and that means that that we need to have a responsible growth path for the company. We're still growing fast. It's still growing last quarter. Twenty eight percent right right but it's not a growth at all costs strategy at all. So we're quite different than a lot of silicon valley companies and that it's responsible and digestible growth story. Now are there what I look at what you guys are doing. In terms of the cloud penetration. I have I have to tell you. I'm astonished that is so little a lot of people. Tell me Jim you interview. All these cloud cubbies. It's got to be much further along. I'm trying to figure out how you can survive as a retailer and not use these. You know you really can. And we're increasingly. We're you know we're we're doing surveys. Talking talking to customers. I mean eighty four percent of customers. Say that the experience you deliver is as important if not more important than the product or service. Let's say you're delivering so that that's big. And by the way it's much more important with for millennials than it is for boomers who I think people who are older different expectation of like. I know I'm going to have a bad experience. But millennials are saying you know what and even Gen Z.. Hey that experience is super important. So companies are starting to come to that realization. They've got to upgrade this stuff. So even though cloud is only ten percents penetrated right. It's accelerating and so I think we're going to go now. Go through over the next decade a transition of this technology from the on premises to the cloud world. Right now one of the things that you talk about on your site is predictive dialing and so I think that's a great idea but I also worry about spam. I worry about whether you're UH robocalls. And whether you're doing predictive dialing if you're in pretty dialing they're gonNA start bothering me absolutely and we don't do that at all. We're the the most conservative company out out here. We we focus almost exclusively on inbound and we do allow our customers to do outbound. But we don't allow for anything close to what you would call robot calling or or you know where he basically telemark we we we police said. We've we've configured our system and actually worked with the AFC and others to basically say look. Here's here's the gold standard. We're considered the gold standard in this area of making sure that we don't allow anybody like that onto our system and Some customers of ours like a great example signify health. They do outbound round calls. There are very very innovative. Healthcare Company and they are calling out and getting doctors and nurses to show up customers homes. But they're doing it one number at at a time so they're not banging a whole bunch of numbers to try and do telemarketing. This is very very very targeted. Outbound is what our customer liked using the voice esscalation you were salesforce with the Einstein unbought. Yeah no voice was a big deal during force voice was the I think that was the theme and you guys were a major part of it. That's where Rolin trollop he's the CEO of five nine. This stock actually hit a high were many stocks were cratering and you heard why great growth and conservative use of their cash. But he's back. It is time it's time for the day goes by their play this out and then the lightning rounded over. Are you ready scheme. Dadgum the Vice Romesh in North Carolina. Ramesh hi good. How are you and I guess I had one question on like you said goodbye at this level? Well I just it just ran about forty points about the pickup truck is getting back about twenty. I think if you really do want to buy it. I'm not going to recommend by weight in another new ten. Fifteen points down. Then maybe take a walk. Let's go to Nick Marilyn neck but again thanks local of course Two Part Question Dunkin donuts. Do you like it and is now a good time to get in Actually I prefer starbucks. 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It's caught up in the trade talks but who has an unbelievable portfolio five G.. Along with a lot of these it makes cell phones work better. It is more bell very existence for my travel trust. You can follow along long. Plus Dot Com by joining the club. And I think you'll find the M. R. B. L. remains one of the better names in technology Giada Missouri. John Julio Oh Kramer thank you thank you do own Damer allies your thoughts on a bow tech on ticker tape your book. It's got personalized treatments for cancer. And anyone. Who's doing personal immunology? Gee I have light essay SPEC and inspect going. Let's go to Deborah in Ohio Gabbara. Hi Jim I just love you and I wanted to go I join your club and I love your club in recommended to all your viewers You're terrific thank you so much. Thank you my stock is nutty S- symbol all key. You know what this is It's a Chinese Internet play That I have been skeptical and not correctly. 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"sofi" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"sofi" Discussed on Pop Shop

"This interview airs your brand new song fantasy will be out into the world. And we got a chance to listen to it already such a cool vibe sounds different than anything you've done before. Can you kind of tell us a little bit about making that song? Yeah. I think the song really stems from like my love of early two thousands, like euro dance music. Yeah. Sort of a gene that I think it's a bad rap. But I don't know why I know. Well, so when nearly everyone loves it, I think, and it's we sorta wanted to sort just use that as a little bit of inspiration and try to bring that sort of two now and to us, and it's funny because sofi, really. Didn't like that type of music at all. I didn't know that. I liked it. That's we'll. We'll send it didn't end up. Actually, exactly like that. Of course. But that's the inspiration was really from there. So. Really well written songs from that era. And yeah, I again like Tucker kind of introduced that to me and there were wool. Why don't we try doing something totally different? And it was an experiment and it worked and. Yeah, we weren't really sure what we were doing. We were just playing around. Well, it's funny that you mentioned that reference point because it comes across. But it's not like a copycat of that that feeling comes across some of those songs would really like epic and beautiful, and you can really just like scream and sing it out while dancing, and I feel like a lot of times either. This nowadays is like a song you can dance to or a song you can sing too. But having them together is a really good feeling or like, there's a radio song or a club on. Exactly does it. Yeah. Exactly. So I usually don't sing out like that. I'm like usually much more subtle Vogel's. But this one just it feels so good. To sing out. So that was kind of a first careful, you're you know, you could be like wailing house Steve. That's my favorite of. Yeah. Of love the whaling. Tucker had his fingers crossed. I say that with love, by the way to any wailing house diva listening. I would love to serve his subtle vocals, which are also my favorite. I'm looking forward to the to the Martha wash collaboration. So why do you think fantasy kind of made sense for this next era of music kind of as the first taste of it? Why why why fancy? Well, the next wave of music is all little more epic and a little bigger like we honestly, we've just been playing bigger and bigger shows, and we get to these stages, and we want to have a certain type of experience with these audiences. And so we wanted to make songs that sell right in that context. Like with a, you know, see of people waving their hands back and forth on stage in front of thousands of people..

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Surviving the Haiti earthquake: a UN staffers story

UN News

08:38 min | 1 year ago

Surviving the Haiti earthquake: a UN staffers story

"This is Lennon from UN news in twenty ten a devastating earthquake hit hating reportedly killing up to two hundred and twenty thousand people including one hundred to u n personnel. One of those who survived was feet Bhutto lacob head of communications for the UN mission for Justice in Haiti otherwise known as miniaturist Saturday marks nine years since the earthquake a chance for Sophie to share with you a news her memories of the twelfth of January two thousand ten and reflect on Haiti's current ability to withstand disasters. I spoke to Sophie and started by asking what happens to her and her colleagues when the quake struck well on that day. I was in a meeting in my office with colleagues from the six floor, and when the quake, heat, we just followed all the reflects that I learned from my experience in Martinique. We went back and. On the tables just stick to our selves for of what could fold on from the woes after when it stopped from taking. I went out and checked on the over colleagues. That's where are the over places. And and there was everywhere. These y dust coming from the walls and everybody wasn't shop. The ASTA me to go down from a ladder that the media trees had time to put on the window and all so I prefer because I was very pregnant from seven months and a house I prefer to find an overweight out because we always have aftermath after enough quick any take the ladder. So we looked for never exit and we find a wool that collapsed. Allowing us to go out and walked out up to the entrance. And there was nothing left. That means the six floors of the building had totally collapsed. I was on the main. Floor and I had this. Phrase in my mind, saying you will do with this information letter not to be emotional. I don't know why my my mind saved that to me. And and then I so everybody around me in shop, very emotional, and I was very clean minded. So I asked everyone and security, especially to make sure they closed the gate. So we would have everybody accounted for because people were running around everywhere. And we need to know how many people are still in the building blocked on the rebels and who is outside and to organize ourselves. So we had unfortunately, the head of the mission of the presentative of the secretary general mysterious Annabi, and he's depew team stone Deco-style that where still missing another the rubble and we organize ourselves. We've the deputy force commander at that time who was vic-, and we the Filipinos. Who were at the issues, and it was four hours hours ended the night came and we had dig likes on the rubbles just to help get our could exert where still blocked under eight on the days that followed. We were transported to the logistical days in in port au prince not far away from the H Kubat near the airport, and we organized ourselves. I was deputy chief communication at that time and spokesperson, so I asked the chief communication what can I do to help? And he said well sofi if you can take care of yourself and go back home that would be the most helpful because I was very pregnant at that said, seven months and a half and my replacement for my maternity leave was already there and prepared. So everything was under control in the communication side. So I- south evacuated two days after on. First day because the of quake was on a Tuesday. But knowing that you had lost colleagues and colleagues have been injured in the people that you helping in Haiti been injured was it difficult for you to leave. H was really a trauma? But at that time, I had no solution. I was not very much of a help. I could not do match the person who was there. Just a to be the spokesperson. When would be unnatural not eve was already prepared to to give the interviews. So it was better for them to do it and me just to get back home and deliver the baby. But I came back. I came back during the summer after the match leave, and I did the transition between the two chief communications. And that was really a very emotional for me because coming back in Haiti six months after the situation was really really difficult steel, and a lot was needed at all level humanitarian level of support level. There was a lot of attention from the international community. And so I was glad to be there. And to be able to speak about what was needed, but I was getting emotional in every interview. So that was not very proficient on so I decided to leave any broke my heart because I had been six years in Haiti already, but I needed to rebuild myself to be able to be back in good shape to help the Asians and to help Michalis, which I did in two thousand thirteen when I came back a nine they're still determine you describe what it was like for you coming back in two thousand thirteen that was a mix of feelings. I the feelings of joy to be back in to be able to work with the colleagues alongside them to help rebuild the country and finish a work with the mandate of the new staff the United nation mission for stabilization in Haiti. There was so much to do steel. And that was all. Also, a very much sadness because of all the Las colleagues, but the suddenness was more was stronger, obviously, any still there will always be there. So we have to just leave of it. And an owner our colleagues by the worker doing. That's that's the most important. Those heights is still at risk from natural disasters such as earthquakes, do you think the country is more resilient now if another of quake is to is to hit the country. Of course, what when it happened in two thousand ten minister had a lot of military's being present. We had engineers, and we were able to do a lot of words to just clear the roles and from the Ruggles and to help rebuild roads. And today, we've miniatures the new mission. It's absolutely not the same. The new mission is a mission for Justice support. We don't have military's anymore. We have an international police officers in all the departments that they are supported. They are supporting the high commandment of the national police four implementation of the strategic plan. So it's it's not the same. And of course, if there would be a earthquake today, the Asian themselves would have to take care of. And they have now prepared for that. And the population itself is very much prepared. We hear regularly when there is a quake like we. We had few months ago enough quaking the north of the country. The the state was prepared to react end descent. There are people there to check on those that were affected and providing support without a new news involvement. So they were ready doing it. Of course, it was not a major quake in the capital has we had in two thousand ten but the population now news how to react when the reserve quake how to protect themselves they know much better. And most importantly we hear regularly. How important it is to build better to build strongly in case in her quake would hit not to endanger the people.

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Tokyo court decides against extending Ghosn's detention

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Tokyo court decides against extending Ghosn's detention

"No, it's not Japan does have a very high conviction rate. Once people are indicted. Prosecutors are very wary of resting and dicing anyone unless they feel sure that they can get that guilty. I mean ninety nine percent, but this is a very unusual case that special so so what happens next we'll prosecutor can appeal today's decision to a high accord, I think we'll find out quite soon if they'll do that or not and that would slow the process down a little but apart from that the next step is is for that application for bail and the court to decide what is going to do with it. And we have to remember Nissan itself has been indicted for its spot in these allegations. It's really not clear at this stage. What pass that prosecution is going to take so the stories differently? From other is gone. Does get out on bail soon. We may be able to hear his side of the story in his own words, and that would add a fascinating angle to this ongoing story. Certainly would Sophie, I'm just kinda wondering how much of these allegations are actually public and to what extent we actually know? Details about these allegations facing caller's gone here in Europe Reynaud has been complaining, for instance, that it doesn't really have the details in order to make a qualified judgement about gone, sir, future at the French carmaker. That's right. What we heard from? Prosecutors is only those two allegations to one he's been indicted on in the one dollars on this adds up to under reporting his pay on securities reports for total period of eight years through the Japanese media. We've got various of elements things that came out from Nissan's internal investigation that alleged that he was misusing corporate asset. As for the relationship between Nissan and Renault Nissan has said on the record that they have also to share with rain out directly the result of their internal investigation. And why that's been done is something that hasn't been done something. I think only they can answer. Are we any wiser at this point? So sofi to the future of the alliance. At this point. It's hard to say, obviously has been an iconic of this alliance. He's really spearheaded the whole thing. And and he very much took it on himself to plan. The future of the alliance was going to be and so the long that he remains in detention for whatever is going to happen to him. Christians have to be raised about the future. Okay. So fi Jackman reporting there out of Tokyo this morning on at callers. Goons case, thanks so much for bringing us up to date. Now straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe will break the latest straight decision from the Rick spank the divided on whether it will hike rates for the first time in seven years. We're gonna get instant analysis from call hammer of s e B, and that hike, of course, still wouldn't take the rate out of negative territory. Meanwhile, markets focused on the fed decision yesterday. Not just the decision, but the dots and the commentary from Jerome Powell did the market as not dovish enough. Are they worried about a policy mistake? Stocks continued to head lower stock six hundred down one and a half percent. This is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg market minute as a

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Ceo, John Cryan and Deutsche Bank discussed on

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Ceo, John Cryan and Deutsche Bank discussed on

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"sofi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"sofi" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on KELO

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"sofi" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on WWL

"Face with a shovel so robert sofi you think it's i guess you tell the mall but if you you've seen more patriots fans they had an eagle saying you know i've seen a lot of eagle things i really have seen a lot more eagle fans and i thought i would say there's gonna be isn't this quite view patriots but uh it's a it's a pretty good split what's a pretty good split rob how many sue boats have you work oh man you know every one of them in new orleans since 1980 six and of course one of miami and this one so yeah half a dozen at least it's vital of manila westwood who led robert and believe me guys with what is right i really wish that i was up here with who that nation but the un wasn't to be yep yeah robber turns i was gonna ask you i would have the saints would have been in the big game uh would that be where are you to tell us once sorry i'd want to be there but how we gotta pull that basically basically that's what happened in fact the for the for the divisional playoff game the westwood engineering crew pressure was next to us a weeks i kept york's if they're producer an ongoing like varga looks like you'll find somebody else in the next thing i hear is touchdown over c two weeks a affect the fairly yes indeed abac care i robert y you that give a ship addiction thethese a win the mall i'd i'd love to see the eagles webinars what i think the patriots who went out for all right folks when you hear saints radio on sunday it's.

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"sofi" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

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"sofi" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Unity and lots of educated people who don't want to move to california so it's not a bad place to be says the lady who slipped her for twenty years former twitter's ceo anthony nada than than than than that up under those okay this story comes from before he announced his departure from twitter but i felt was interesting to see yes he says that streaming devices like apple tv fire to leave crump cast or on the chopping block there have been five years will be gone you just go right from your phone do its other gives wrote of course i think he's record sets right yeah i mean my tv has crocus built in other news a crocus right and of course he's assuming the twitter will be the source of a lot of at stream um but he will be there anymore no has right after that he left he's going to become the ceo of a of a startup financial stir up called sofi which we may recognize from scandals such as or were they did it don't have sex in those stairwell's one actually odds google soya stairwell's i don't know you know what i love it i that sounds vaguely familiar no you think of zana fits oh is and i've had some who's sofi zana fits so fires a financial a business refi kind of thank yes but they had a scandal they're scandal was was a bad loans oca uh hold on now there was there was something i think you're right up gligorov noted builder yep yep yep hampton of regular twitter though he came from goldman sachs to twitter in 2014 and was instrumental in a push the push for live video he did the deal with nfl fda football games and of course twitter's at he's going to be interesting to see whether they like how things change strategically because he did push that a lot and in a lot of ways he was the sort of he was the only fulltime senior employees i mean jack is a co is a sort of parttime ceo ceo at square as well uh so everybody always look to anthony as kind of the guy who actually ran things oh interest uh so it will be.

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"sofi" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The rai conference with uh sofi and the hawn that too artificial intelligence if they go headway yet ditch japa question about about that i was just kinda wondering your thoughts on that because he was kind of weird every time uh like sophie introduced yourself and then set her uh goal was to unite man and machine in the singular and then on interrupted or and we will uh sets i believe he's like oh that's not what we were that's not with the plan is the plan is to take him over i five i mean i think allowed off uh the thing about sofi and han is that they're they're responses while they appear to be coming from our own intelligence are actually preprogrammed she's not coming up with these answers on her own act yeah not capable at that yet so the the creators hanson robotics in the case of sofi are preprogramming her with those responses i i think there are a bit cheeky in their approach to this because they're actually scaring people with these with these artificial intelligence beings rather than showing us a way that hey this is going to be something very helpful instead they come out with this very unnerved being scenario this introduction and pull a name from the naas tictac of the name sofia's means wisdom and so they're trying to present her as this all wise uh being and i think in my personal opinion to kind of blown the rollout of of this of this new technology and got everybody at least are starting to ring the alarm bells that make.

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"sofi" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"That or he told me on this radio program that every single text message every email every phone call is is captured and meta data stored in he's massive facilities in utah elsewhere that is correct that is exactly what he said to me as well as time and and i went over statement federated my story with my sources with my current and former us intelligence officials who are speaking anonymously and they said he was one hundred percent right that is that so basically we don't have fourth amendment protections i got to take a quick break here we'll come back more with sarah quarter investigative reporter akane in 2010 the federal government they took over the student loan industry and shocking wouldn't you know it student loan debt in this country now has exploded when you join the sofi family you gotta access to career services networking community advan events dedicated personal customer service it's all their try sofi dot com t r y s o f i dot com very are ready to get out of the media spin room view gondolo live place this is the sean hannity show news radio 1040 who the battles of the past define the present this is buck sexton and starting on january eight twenty 2018 you'll be able to join me on an epic journey into history the shields high podcast available on iheartradio shields high will be an exploration of the war four western civilization as described through gripping accounts of the most pivotal moments when the christian world and the islamic world came into direct conflict shields high will be a true journey into the fight between east and west cross an crescent crusade angie hawes we will dig into the truth of these histories learn about the great heroes martyrs villains and traders and connect these legendary struggles with blood feuds and national security challenges that haunt us to this day all the while we will bring ourselves as.

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"sofi" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

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"sofi" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"Wants to name it how does she decides i don't know kobe well sooner or robot expert what they've done with with sofi is that instead of giving her like uh instead of just preprogramming reprogramming the answers that she's going to give like she's going to go into an interview and they're just gonna say all right here's all the answers you may need and if this question happens and you answer with this they haven't done that they've actually running a i two where she is hooked up to the internet and she decides what she wants to answer whichever question by by herself using the internet as her brain in other words it comes through is like no that's a bad thing that's not good this is great i'll use this answer and so she's deciding basically she has all the knowledge in the world at our fingertips who feel that google she's he's he's good and so they add asked her about important things and she's like a families a very important day and family is also about procreation she would like to have a kid and the responsibilities of waging this year now which led me it first ago so what you're going to like some guys going to show up and then go it in the back with robot now you've gotta cyborg baby but then i realized you know she just now she wants to guess make her own kid and then with her knowledge because she now has all the knowledge the systems in her head in everything because unlike humans the the robots are like yeah i know how this arm works i know how this works i know how my brain works because they have to analyse and be able to actually picks themselves that they need to because their internal systems tell them i like the internal system in your car was like yeah you know what your tires les because it knows you're tired we'll dangerous that's scary so being selfaware and also using the artificial intelligence in order to access any information on the internet at now wanting to just i wanna make another one a me this is a bad problem because once starts make another one's of me another wants to me another wants me we're gonna start getting a lot of robots that are like oh you know what this.

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"sofi" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on KOIL

"On that all those through this is sean hannity show you know i love saving you my listeners money and that's why i've been telling you about try sofi dot com and how much you can save by refinancing your student loans now try sofi dot com is now offering personal loans with some of the lowest rates available and a personal loan from try sofi dot com it's a great way to say save money by consolidating higher rate credit cards into one simple payment with a much lower rate now whether it's five thousand one hundred thousand dollars loan you will know within minutes how much you qualify for when you apply online at try sofi dot com there are never any hidden fees and checking your rate online we'll never impact your credit score in fact most try sofi dot com members they see an increase in their credit score by consolidating higher ray debt so take control of your financial future with a simple click to try sofi dot com t r y s o f i dot com that's try sofi dot com now of course some terms conditions always apply available in most but not every state seat try sofi dot com for details yeah this is echo and your dog just called sis awkward but she wanted me to let you know we just lower prices on dog food and.

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"sofi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You know i love saving you my listeners money and that's why i've been telling you about try sofi dot com and how much you can save by refinancing your student loans now try sofi dot com is now offering personal loans with some of the lowest rates available and a personal loan from try sofi dot com it's a great way to save money by consolidating higher rate credit cards into one simple payment with a much lower rate now whether it's five thousand one hundred thousand dollars loan you'll know within minutes how much you qualify for one you apply online at try sofi dot com there are never any hidden fees and checking your rate online we'll never impact your credit score in fact most try sofi dot com members they see an increase in their credit score by consolidating higher rate debt so take control of your financial future with a simple click to try sofi dot com t r y s o f i dot com that's try sofi dot com now of course some terms conditions always apply available in most but not every state she try sofi dot com for details your brain is an amazing thing but as you get older head naturally begins to change causing a lack of sharpness or even trouble with recall thankfully the breakthrough in privilege in helps your brain and actually improves memories the secret is an ingredient originally discovered in jellyfish in clinical trials privilege and has been shown to him improve short term memory privilege in the name to remember now available in stores everywhere statements have not been evaluated by the fda this product is not intended to treat cure or prevent any disease yeah this is go and your dog just called this is awkward but he wanted me to let you know which is lower prices on dolled food and that he'd prefer something a little healthier.

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"sofi" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"sofi" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"sofi" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Killing the jesernik looking mom guy thing yet d why not yeah we'll say it was the elegant right all right i got a question for you what were the archduke's final words a i'm dying we sofi stay alive for the children see no fog you alanon or d none of the above because he spoke for me is or austria hungary area and by the way i think it's i think it's actually de 'cause i think he said pastrami on rai want us that is also correct yes what was archduke ferdinand named in his high school yearbook eight thirty list just be most likely to be assassinated see the hardest working archduke in show business today most likely you'll be responsible for dan carling taking over god's the year to teach us some uh i'm gonna go with the this is what i got in high school year to go with be mostly by your time he that's going to happen no it's i'm sorry sedan cars answer is dan carla before we move on i do have one more question for he archduke ferdinand was so beloved after his death you'll who driver known for this symbol a a green sas chosen because his lovely wife sophie was his lovely wife sophie sabree color and luckily she didn't have to live through world war two and decide which one of our kids had to die them the golden archdukes arms that looks like a checkerboard where the red line is about to scraps a flat out of a cold.

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