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"stay lauder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It's out there this week, and it seems Into the coming years. We welcome all the least Gran once in time King bloomers surveillance as we finish up strong, our and right now. And with us David Wilson is the only one. I know who's read every single Berkshire Hathaway annual report and this is on the gentleman. David, who's never going to play the ukulele at the convention. Greg Able, is not Warren Buffett is no, He's not. But he has the potential to be Warren Buffett successor. That's what we learned this morning. You know, when Buffett talked to CNBC on the heels of Berkshire's annual meeting, and this question has been hanging around for years, who's going to succeed buffet? So the idea that we have a bit more certain? T. Then we did before on that score is going over. Well, Berkshire's up 1.6% in early trading now bear in mind, too, that Berkshire put out first quarter results over the weekend earnings and sales being honest. Average estimates of Bloomberg survey the end of the quarter with $145.4 billion in cash brand. They spent 6.6 billion on stock buybacks. I've been going back and forth Craig Moffett, Moffett Nation Center, Apollo Variety, and you're the only one I know who to the three decimal points knows how much they lost. How much is it? It's billions. No questions, but I gotta tell you beyond that we have earnings out of that Stay. Lauder, which are not going over well stocked stand about 4% in early trading. The cosmetics makers fiscal third quarter results came out sales trailed analysts average estimate for just the second time in the past four years. It's gross profit margin was lower than projections. Esteem, Archer said Makeup demand is weak because the corona virus pandemic reduced the number of occasions to use it. On the flip side, you have modern up about 3%. The company agreed to provide as many as 500 million doses of its covered 19 vaccine to a global program called Kovacs to assist developing countries. Now those shots are gonna be delivered starting in the fourth quarter. We're also seeing gains and other vaccine makers. Germany's cure back Novavax Vax art all higher in early trading. Don't jazz. That's what I have to know. Something is so much more on Verizon. Apollo sure, the morning as well right now. Well, not on media announcement of Aussie and joining us is Bloomberg intelligence? Senior analysis. And while there's a things to talk about, but Lisa with the non, I think we really ought to talk about ship. Shorter's Lisa. Why don't you start it off with announced, all right, and on, let's get to what PacBell singer of Intel was talking about this idea that the shortage could go on for a couple of years. I mean, how significant will this be in terms of affecting everything from automakers to washing machines to your iPhone? You know, Good morning. Thank you for having me look, None of the stuff is packed, Gelsinger's said on 60 minutes with particularly surprising we have been caught flat footed and it's been a long time country. Right. So the auto industry for all the noise that it makes is about 10% of semiconductor demand. By this is an all pervasive shortage. We are connected at the head would respect to these global regions that makes semiconductors, particularly Taiwan. And what happened in 2020 was Way saw a shortage in supply or resources huge fall off and demand that the results of the pandemic we cut supplies in chips and that supply has gone into PCs enhances and other areas. So when demand did come back in autos, much stronger than one anticipated got caught flat footed. So this past the hot potato of humane is going to continue until global trip supply catches up with demand, and that's gonna take time. Now, what would you say to people who would argue that we were much more rooted to the physical world During the pandemic? We bought stuff We didn't have experiences. And when the world goes back to normal, the ship tip shortage will be alleviated by the idea that people will be buying less stuff. Do you buy that argument? No, I do not. Because one of the things that the pandemic has thought of is we were this was it was it was a crisis coming and that was amplified by the pandemic. We have been running on old PCs one p p per household for a long time and the pandemic stowed that you know, the old clunker that you have in your home is not good enough for work from home. Are your kids or for you? So you know, fast forward seven months or a or a year and a half of the pandemic has shown us that we need one PC per person and some of the stuff we may never go back to pretend Emmett. The new normal will be Very different and then building up these factories where they manufacture this stuff. Is it like a copper mine in Chile? Or can it be done in real time? In 90 days? Where's it fit into that continuum? No 90 days. It is not and a copper mine And to me, it certainly is not look. The reason we went to Taiwan, and we put all our eggs in that basket because of cost. Um and we have to reinvigorate are indeed right from the stand level to producing engineers. And we have to have the capabilities from an infrastructure standpoint to build it here in the U. S. Is in fact. We want to sort of balance placing the chase come on and on. Do we have the will to do it? Do you see any indication that the business sense of technology is going to allow for that? It would just keep going to a Taiwan. Is it? Is it possible? Absolutely. Is it likely? No, it's brilliant. Like Edie is more likely. Now, Then in the last 10 years, Yeah, okay. I got to go rent a car. And thank you so much greatly appreciated announcement of us, Ian. First time I've ever talked him when it wasn't about Microsoft. Howard was that Lisa? You got to be kidding me. I gotta take you after thought up to camp. Okay. I proud of havoc are folks I mean, Welcome to New York. So I got a problem. What about you? Two end up. I'm going to squeeze into the Toyota camera on I go. I think that if you were lucky to get a Toyota camera, there was a story today that you said that rental car companies are now buying used cars at auctions because they're that short vehicles because they cannot buy the new ones just to give you a sense, and this is all do it very much into integrate intimately tied to the semiconductor shortage. The idea here. They can't get enough cars. It's just amazing to me..
"stay lauder" Discussed on KQED Radio
"New research shows crows are capable of conscious, self aware, thought something scientists have previously only seen in primates and humans. So when crows are eating that rotting possum corpse, it's not instinct. They actually thought that's what they'd like to have for dinner. Now All we need to do is cross breed a crow, which can think and a parrot which can talk The birds. First words will be wait. Why do I want a cracker? That's terrifying. It's a little terrifying. We've always known that crows were smart. They used tools, for example, but they're they're very smart. Apparently, they have the kind of like awareness of time and place and memory that we've only seen before. In primates. Well, just the Crozier is so creepy and now to know that they No, there would be the the counting crows. My device had been counting. That's true. All right, Britney here is your next limerick going to and from work, Brains reboot. Plus, you might finish projects and route. As you're working from home, we will let your minds Rome. On your virtual morning. Kamu. Yes, Commute. If working from home Has you missing the rush of morning trafficker? The smell of the six people cram next to you on the evening train. Microsoft has your back. A new update to their teams software package re creates the sensation of a daily commute. By forcing you to start an end each day by yourself reflecting in your job and swearing at the idiot in front of you. So the idea is that doesn't make you actually drive around till you get on your meaning. And it gives you like time at the start of your day and at the end of your workday. To reflect you know you're not leaving home. Write the software prompts you to set goals for the day and in the evening gives you space and time to replay over and over that awkward moment when you accidentally said I love you to your boss, Isn't that just a meditation app? The problem is when we used to commute you would you could you could kind of zone out. Listen to the radio, Whatever, Whatever. So you should take the time. But Microsoft doesn't need to create a new thing to tell me that. Just tell me to get off my stupid computer and go look at the trees. Look, the crows outside or something. Who in this Microsoft Microsoft You've brought so many good things who brought us something called Windows your window? Yeah, The first the first meditative break was with bikers off windows wouldn't work for hours at a time. All right here. Britney is your last Limerick. Quiet from Earth, flaky skins of this grace. You need night repair cream for the face. The shuttle's in motion. So put on this lotion. We're launching our skin care to stay face. Yes, NASA this week. Announced they were partnering with a stay Lauder to send 10 bottles of advanced night repair face cream to the international space station. This seems foolish. But remember, in space, it's always night time. You'd be a fool not to use advanced night repair face cream. You'll launch looking like balls, Aldrin, you returned to Earth looking like Zendaya. I'm sorry. I think spending money to just send the cream or someone on their way. And they're like, please take this cream. Well, the cream is going up in a regular resupply mission to the space station. Although The makers of the cream. Este Lauder paid NASA $128,000 for this basic product placement. This sounds like an elaborate insta card order. In a wrong one. I just ordered one bottle. You sent me 20 the pressure on people to look good. I'll say people, but I think Mostly women toe look good while they're in space being astronauts depressed, But you know what if you had never put on face cream in zero gravity You just dropped you just spray a little drop it in his floats around and he just felt your face into the droplets. Ryan, How did how would you know? Oh, I had a dream for a while. Bill. How did Britney doing our quick? She got him. All right. Perfect. Score. Way to go, Brick. Congratulations, Britney. Great job. And as a big fan of Chicago Theater, I hope I see you on the stage around here pretty soon. Thank you, Peter. Take care. Now on to our final game lightning fill in the blank. Each of our players will have 60 seconds in which to answer as many fill in the blank questions as they can Each correct answer, of course, is now worth two points. Bill. Can you give us the scores? Ryan has to. Jessie has three and Muz has three. All right, Brian, you're in third place, you'll be up first, The clock will start When I begin your first question fill in the blank. On Thursday, President Trump signed a bill temporarily preventing a blank tic tac van. I know a government shutdown in this case hours before Tuesday's debate, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris both released their 2019 blanks. Tax returns right. Tens of thousands of people in California's wine country were forced to evacuate. His blanks continued to spread fires. Yeah, wild fires this week police in Florida who were called to investigate someone threatening to shoot somebody. Instead found blank. Ah! TV on I'm going to give it to you. It was a man yelling, Shoot! Shoot! While watching a hockey game. On Thursday, General Stanley McChrystal endorsed blank for President Joe Biden right. On Monday, the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Dallas Stars to win the second blank in the team's history. Stanley Cup right this week, Officials in Thailand threatened a tourist with a two year jail sentence after he was caught blanking showing no posting a bad review of a hotel online. A man was frustrated by a $15 corkage fee.
"stay lauder" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Your job and swearing at the idiot in front of you. So the idea is that doesn't make you actually drive around till you get on your meaning. And it gives you like time at the start of your day and at the end of your workday. To reflect even though you're not leaving home, write the software prompts you to set goals for the day in the evening gives you space and time to replay over and over that awkward moment when you accidentally said I love you to your boss, Isn't that just a meditation app? The problem is when we used to commute you would you could you could kind of zone out. Listen to the radio, Whatever, Whatever. So you should take the time. But Microsoft doesn't need to create a new thing to tell me that. Just tell me to get off my stupid computer and go look at the trees that the crows outside or something. Who in this Microsoft, Microsoft You've brought so many good things who brought us something called Windows here window? Yeah, The first the first meditative break was with Vikram Solve Windows wouldn't work for hours at a time. All right here. Britney is your last Limerick. Quiet from Earth, flaky skins of this grace. You need night repaired cream for the face. The shuttle's in motion. So put on this lotion. We're launching our skin care to say yes and NASA this week. Announced they were partnering with a stay Lauder to send 10 bottles of advanced night repair face cream to the international space station. This seems foolish. But remember, in space, it's always night time. You'd be a fool not to use advanced night repair face cream. You'll launch looking like balls, Aldrin, you returned to Earth looking like Zendaya. I'm sorry. I think spending money to just send the cream or someone on their way. And they're like, please take this cream. Well, the cream is going up in a regular resupply mission to the space station. Although The makers of the cream. Este Lauder paid NASA $128,000 for this basic product placement. This sounds like an elaborate insta card order. In a wrong one. I just ordered one bottle. You sent me 20 the pressure on people to look good. I'll say people, but I think Mostly women, So look good while they're in space being astronauts depressed, But you know what if you had never put on face cream in zero gravity You just dropped you just spray a little drop it in his floats around and he just felt your face into the droplets. Brian, How did how would you know? Oh, I've had this dream for a while. Bill. How did Britney doing our quiz? She got him. All right. Perfect. Score. Way to go. Britain. Congratulations, Britney. Great job. And as a big fan of Chicago theater, I hope I see you on the stage around here pretty soon. Thank you, Peter. Take care. Now on to our final game lightning fill in the blank. Each of our players will have 60 seconds in which to answer as many fill in the blank questions as they can Each correct answer, of course, is now worth two points. Bill. Can you give us the scores? Brian has to Jessie has three and Muzzy has three. All right. Ryan, you're in third place, you'll be up first, The clock will start When I begin your first question fill in the blank. On Thursday, President Trump signed a bill temporarily preventing a blank tic tac van. No. A government shutdown. In this case hours before Tuesday's debate, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris both released their 2019 blanks. Tax returns right. Tens of thousands of people in California's wine country were forced to evacuate. His blanks continued to spread buyers. Yeah, wild fires this week police in Florida who were called to investigate someone threatening to shoot somebody. Instead found blank. Ah! TV on I'm going to give it to you. It was a man yelling, Shoot! Shoot! While watching a hockey game. On Thursday, General Stanley McChrystal endorsed blank for President Joe Biden right. On Monday, the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Dallas Stars to win the second blank in the team's history. Stanley Cup right this week, Officials in Thailand threatened.
"stay lauder" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"So the idea is that doesn't make you actually drive around till you get on your meaning it gives you like time at the start of your day at the end of your work day to reflect even though you're not leaving home right. The software prompts you to set goals for the day and in the evening gives you space and time to replay over and over that awkward moment when you accidentally said, love you to your boss. Isn't that just a meditation APP the problem is when we used to commute, you could you could kind of zone out neil listen to the radio, whatever whatever. So should take the time, but Microsoft is a need to create A. New Thing to tell me that just tell me to get off my stupid computer. And go look at the trees with at the crows outside or something. We made this Microsoft Microsoft who brought so many good things gratis something called windows. Your window, the first, the first meditative break was when Microsoft Windows wouldn't work for hours at a time. All right here Brittany is your last limerick. Far From flaky skins a disgrace. You need night repair cream for the face. The shuttle's in motion. So put on Lotion we're launching our skin care to. Say. Yes. NASA. This week announced they were partnering with Stay Lauder to send ten bottles of advanced night repair face cream to the international space station. This seems foolish but remember in space, it's always nighttime. You'd be a fool not to use advanced night repair face cream. You'll launch looking like balls Aldrin you'll return to earth looking like Zendaya I'm sorry are they spending money to just send the cream or someone on their way and they're like, please take this cream. The, cream is going up in a regular resupply mission to the space station although. The makers of the cream stay lottery paid NASA. Eight thousand dollars for this basic product placement, this sounds like an elaborate instant cart order. Just, one I just ordered one bottle. You sent me twenty the pressure on people to look good I'll say people but I think Muslim women to look good while they're in space being astronauts. Really depressed. I'm going be honest with you. If you have never put on face cream in zero gravity, you just drop you to spray the little drop in his floats around and he just float your face into the droplets. Brian, how how would you know? Oh I've had this dream for a while. Bill. How do Britney. Doing our quiz she got them. All right perfect score way to go Britain congratulations Britney a great job and as a big fan of Chicago Theater I hope I see you on a stage around here pretty soon but Peter Take care. This message comes from NPR sponsor we transfer. Are you perfectly happy with the way things are right now?.
"stay lauder" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Hey everyone it's currently this show might sound a bit different today because the scam is still working from home for the time being due to cove nineteen. . Today Misty Copeland joins me and skin from the couch she the most famous ballet dancer in the world she made history when she became the first black female principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre. . She has also a bestselling author philanthropist and advocate her new children's book. . Bun heads comes out this September mystique. . Thank you so much for being here. . I am so excited. . To, be , talking to you welcome to skin from the couch. . Thank you so much. . I'm really excited to. . So I was kicked out of ballet at age four. . So naturally made sense that I. . Did this interview with you very excited for a cer- bond over all things ballet. . So we're going to start how I like to start all interviews with just skim your resume. . I started bollywood thirteen years old. . It was not something that I had thought possible or knew anything about a my stumbled into it was discovered at my boys and Girls Club, , the local community center across the street from public. . School in San Pedro California, , it was there that my valley teacher taught me my first class on a basketball court and she told me I was a prodigy after an hour of working with her she ended up inviting me to train with her in her studio on full scholarship and I ended up moving. In . with her and her family to be able to train lean tensely for the next three years I trained for another year and a half at a different studio. . By the time, , I was seventeen about four years of training. . I was living in New York City dancing professionally for American Ballet Theatre I went on to dance as a quarter ballet member for seven years I was the only black woman in American ballet theatre for the first decade of my career I then went on to become the third black female soloist in their history. . In in two thousand, , fifteen I became the first ever black principal Ballerina. . Ballet, theater , now, in , their eighty year history found a lot of incredible opportunities along the way amazing opportunities for endorsement deals things that you don't typically see ballet dancer getting the opportunity to do <hes> estee lauder in Saco in. . Getting the chance to perform with Prince and Taylor. . Swift. . I've had a very diverse career adding author to it. . Extremely excited that I have the opportunity to. . Children's books along with other genres but I'm really excited about this upcoming book on heads. . I just got the book and it's fantastic. . So I'm very excited to give it to people as gifts. . Obviously you've lived in the public eye now for many years and you have a lot of fans especially, , it's Kim H. Q.. . What is something that your fans don't know about you something we can. . Google. . Recipe Ah. . So this is proof of this. I'm . I'm probably one of the clumsy as people we recently moved into. . Will me my husband bought a home and amazing designer newly renovated everything and yesterday I was enjoying my Sunday with spicy crab kind of jump Eliah and I tripped over the carpet in spilled the whole thing on our Blue Velvet Sofa and how did you have an emergency let cleaner come in and clean like deep clean. . The entire thing I am very surprised you. . I would. . Never Clumsy. . How can you be a clumsy Ballerina I think there's something that happens when you're not on stage you're not in the studio where you're so focused. . So much of the time on I mean naturally I'm coordinated but I'm there's just so much focus on my body that when I'm not having to do it I feel like I just completely let go I. . Think the title of Your next book should be the Clumsy Ballerina just putting that out there. . Yes. . Next Children's book. . I WanNa talk about your childhood. . This career podcast, , we talked to you so many amazing female leaders at the top of their respective names and obviously so much who each of us are because of how we grew up and the mark that are our parents family structure leave on us, , and that informs how we can go out into the world top. . Tell us a little bit just about your childhood and what it was like growing up. . Yeah I mean absolutely shaped informed how I saw the world and approached everything that I did I was born in Kansas City Missouri, , which a lot of people don't really know that I was two years old when my mom left my father and took her four kids on a bus. . We drove from Kansas City Missouri to southern California where that was kind of the start of my life <hes>. . That's pretty much <unk> in my memory. . All I remember is California growing up we moved a lot my mother married two more times had to march children my. . Life which is constantly in motion and it was constant. . There just wasn't a lot of security and so I think that it made me into the extremely introverted girl that I was I was embarrassed about the way that we lived <hes>. . We didn't have a home a struggled to put food on the table. . I'm mother ultimately ended up raising six children on her own, , and there was just a lot of hiding things. . I wanted in no way to stand out which is pretty crazy. . I ended up in a field where I'm out there exposed in performing for. . So many but but it was on my terms and so when I could, when , I could be a part of something where I could share my voice and my experiences without speaking, , it was exactly like what the doctor ordered. . It was just what I what I needed as a young person in I didn't have arts in my life until I was thirteen and so it was really difficult for me to survive by the time I started dancing. . We were living in a motel just constantly moving from different places whatever we could afford I think that had. . I not experienced. . You know just no stability <hes> a lot of abuse <hes>. . There were so many things that I just felt like I learned to be a survivor and I was just constantly in survival mode. . So stepping into the world of ballet, , it was like peace and balance and security and consistency, , and it was the opposite of what my world was in. . So I think that's one of the reasons I was so drawn to it as well as you know I, , think a lot of people look at the ballet world and they think you know it's Mean, , it is difficult to thrive and to be successful in. . All the hardships I felt like if I can get through all I have in my thirteen years with the life I've been living I can get through anything so I felt like I was so prepared not only as a young person to be in in the ballet world, , but also as a black woman that was probably the one thing that I really felt secure in my identity was the fact that I mother raised me with the understanding that as soon as I leave the house every morning I'm a black girl in that so I'm going to be viewed and treated in. . So there was no a lack of understanding in that <hes> area. . Of My identity and so I think that really served me well when I entered the very white valet worlds. .
"stay lauder" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Today's episode is sponsored by stay Lauder. The nighttime skin-care expert will explain in a bit but first, let's get into the episode. I wanted to bring ballet to more people that was the bottom line and I want to diversify it. I want people to see a know. that a black girl can be about arena and a mainstream white company. I'm Carl Sagan I'm Danielle Weisberg welcome to skin from the couch. This podcast is where we go deep on career advice from women who have lifted from the good stuff like hiring and growing a team to.
"stay lauder" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Getting lucky break, whereas it is different now speak to young journalists. You're trying to get into the beauty world. And they say, well, no, it's not like that anymore because they're on these intern royals, and what have my that was my role for sure. Yeah. Yeah. I wouldn't go into journalism at it not been for working for free. No way to six those sleeping couch. Yeah. Was I would do anything that has rest me one hundred percent. And that's but then go over and above like if I was given a recent project, I would go to the library the library. And we all have that generation. It was like Lexis Nexis. I think it was the closest thing I would buy the books, and I would give you every piece of history on the lipstick and every like this from the psychology and the different colors from that to the past to the present in interview every single makeup potus put together a big binder, and then present it. Yeah. That'd be that gun. They were like, well, I only needed a couple of quotes from make. Well, it helps it stunned you go above and beyond the people. They remember it. Well, speaking of going above and beyond seventy skews is above and beyond for new brands in our two hundred right? We're going to have to deconstruct this go through this. So you start with seventy and that is a lot for new brand. And it wasn't. It's not like this is an independent brand. This is an somebody coming up. Stay Lauder one of big houses so funded for milk. Yeah. So that's a lot. And that that's a completely new muscle to flex this whole kind of right? We're starting this new business and on paper, you've got all the things that you should need to be able to make a success. But I'm curious on the daily just did you go and hide the day. We launch a well. I will be to really big party. But they learned you can only do my gosh. No, it was very milk party. And we had salt and pepper befall on Spinderella. We will like what's the ultimate female empowerment? Right. So it was them. And we had Zoe Kravitz there as well. And we had leaky me play..
"stay lauder" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"It can ruin mean in terrible and evil that really that emperor. People were. Yeah. I like the movie a lot. I think that one of my bigger problems with the movie is like what you guys were mentioning the Shirley family, really just not being down. With the way that they portray Dr Shirley, and Tony lips relationship, and that being them trying to gloss over that like he was sort of semi ignorant guy that just turned into like totally open-minded in regular person act by the end of the movie that that probably just not the case. I mean, you can even see in the case of his son Val along the guy who said Muslims knocking towers, and he's tweeted that in twenty fourteen like he's saying that all that stupid shit. So I don't think that was a smart way of doing it. But I think if this exact story if they just made it a fiction like if this was not using those names and about anybody else, I would've loved it. One hundred percent it would have been in my top ten movies of the year. But I think that those scandals running the movie like not just develop things, but everything else knocked down a few points for me. But the movie like Jeff said in the vacuum of being a movie, it was great Vigo Mortenson route transformed himself for the role like the last thing I'd seen captain fantastic. It's like seeing night and day between those two characters team that in this. It's insanity. It gained a bunch of weight. He'd picked up his accent. And for guy who's like, whatever. Danish. Like, he really. Eat pulled off being like an Italian old man as somebody who's met plenty of them a lot especially the ending Christmas seen. Great numb. I put down on my notes when I saw that. They both poured their hearts out like you. You could see they were both very into their roles and they cared. A lot about how they portray them. And I thought that was like you said that was a big reason why the movie worked probably the biggest was Mercia Lee and just performances overall yet. And that's the problem is you have a movie that has a narrative that almost wants to be a feel good friendship movie set around setting like you're saying that was almost a fairytale setting that wasn't really Representative of the the actual realities of the evilness of like that time. Right. And so they they clash at one another. So I guess my stance is like I understand that. I completely get why this movie can be construed as problematic. But I did like the performances. A lot in as movie, it was a good narrative story. But I think you gotta go away from that knowing that like a little more research goes beyond that you can find out more about the time. It just wasn't that way. Very well put very much. So I'm not gonna reveal the audience score. Because I I wanna wait for the top tens. I don't wanna spoil. What's going to be on the edge? And what's going to be in there? So I'll just leave it at that. For now. Next up can you ever forgive me with Melissa McCarthy, and Richard E grant celebrity bog or for Lee Israel makes her living. Profiling the likes of Katherine Hepburn to Lula Bankhead, stay Lauder. Is it a St. water Estee Lauder, Estee Lauder and journalist Dorothy killin? Sure that one I have no clue don't make me read when leave the longest important part. When leaves no longer able to get published because she has fallen out of step with taste. She turns her art form to deception. Help her low friend Jack play by Richard E grant and. Yep. Kendrick best friend, retrea Graham, they're both nominated. I. Okay. Can you ever? Forgive me on my top ten very close though..
"stay lauder" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Purchase Estee Lauder does it. I know you have to do it because I work retail for stay Lauder purchase from purchase. Unlike purchase awareness, by the way, New York fund stand ups, Tom Brady has now appeared in more Super Bowls or we'll have appear to more Super Bowl nine every single team in the NFL except for the patriots. How about that? And we didn't mention this. But I do think it is worth calling out de Ford's absolute stupidity in lining up in the neutral zone and cost his team that was that. Games can be over. What do you do about being over? It's over it's an interceptions over do. You think that low von will make sure that that they told them to do that. Like he wasn't technically in the neutral zone. Did you read the script? That's where you're off sides on. This attorney was started with college basketball after only mustering up. Can I mention the Tony Mendez died over the weekend? Yes, absolutely Mendez was the CIA agent. Argos exploits in in getting hostages American hostages who are living in the Canadian embassy and getting them out of Iran became the spine for the movie Argo. It's it doesn't matter how they tweaked the movie Argo. The fact is that he did this thing by creating a production coming every single thing that happened was made out of whole cloth. Tony Mendez is an American hero in here. What is all go mean? So after only mustering fourteen points in the first half the bed. Cats rallied thirty six in a second still not enough. They get nipped by the catamounts knits seventy eight fifty killed. Where was that game? That game was in Vermont, but say this is quite good there. This is the game before we had fifteen in the first half. Yes. What are we doing in the firsthand? What exactly are we doing against northwestern? We had seventeen in the first half. What are we are? We not ready to play today. Think the game is scheduled for an hour later you doing it appears as if they've been tough time getting getting going and plus the bench against six points on the bench. Yeah. That's John undefeated. They haven't been able to get over the disappointment of you not coming to the UN be. That's still lingering. You mentioned the again, did you understanding more about now? It's a really great game. I wasn't great. You'd be a great team a great team. Yes. And that was you know, you've got five guys who can handle it. And then do what they're supposed to do UVA's not gonna lose in the first round this year that they're not so good. Unlike years past they score. I mean, you know, they can that wasn't particularly high scoring, but they can score do do with two guys sending reddish hair in or something. I mean, the beating with guys like thirty something and thirty kit Williamson appears to be pretty good. He's about five combined threes for both teams like see jump shot. They had they took some shots, but they weren't dropping. Those are really good games up. Really michigan. The number two team in the country. -sconsin Maryland beat the other day easily. Yeah. Well, not easily but in the first half killing him and Kansas another took ten loser. They lose by one point two West Virginia. Mister, tony. Did you go to the NBA? And it looks like Lonzo bold is expected to miss four to six weeks. Four four to six four to six with a grade three left ankle sprain. So can I ask a question about this? Didn't the Lakers. Get Rajon Rondo. He's out to house. How? Six. Well, let's see. Now the couple weeks. I think did something arm. I think they won't make position until. Until..
"stay lauder" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Welcome. Alex. Welcome Sandra Assan. Thank last day, New York City. No. I'm very excited. I know you know, what actually I heard close to the mic when you I heard, you know, I listened to the podcast when he talked about the lipstick the Macklowe. Yeah. And I really thought it was one of the I loved it. Like, that's when I fell in love with both of us because it was just like so Reverend fund like you talked about it. 'cause you're like so this. So this girl, she's got lipstick. She's the beauty director of glamour like does. This mean, we all have our own lips. Thanks, and I was like, yes. And I just I thought it was so fun. I loved it. So we're in MAC hasn't called yet. Sure. What happened? I don't do. Not get the message. I don't know. But I mean, I'm so glad that you're here. We've kind of you know, we've been following you. I've been watching your moves. And then when I saw you had this bit. We'll talk about the big splashy primer thing in the second. But anyway, let's start at the beginning. I love about you. What I really love about. You is. I can't stand beauty editors that kind of act. Like, this whole thing was just like it's just so weird hop in like, you know, fell into beauty or like they act like it's the phase they're going through or it's just a journalist. But then they write about lately. Very soon. Not that you're not a serious person. But there's kind of this thing that physically self hating beauty editor, and, you know, have always love beauty, and you've really embrace it, and you can tell how much you're joying it. Yeah. I love it. I remember when I was growing up, you know. I was my grandmother, which was a fashion designer like in Austria. But like more, you know, back in the day. It was more like like a boutique kind of custom make clothes for ladies who can afford it, basically. And I used to spend a lot of time with her when I was young all my summers. My parents were travelling, and I remember sitting on the floor with old seamstresses, and they had only talion Vokes and Paris votes, and I would kind of the hard stuff. Okay. I, but I mean, you know, I was kind of look through. But for me, I was always more of like on the plump side. You know, it was never really a skinny girl. And so I couldn't really identify with the models in terms of the fashion. But the faces was always something that I just always gravitated. I knew I liked you. That's that's one of the main reasons I got so into BDO's very alienated by fashioned though. I loved fashion I thought maybe for second. I'd be a fashion designer, Jen. And I we talked about fashion plates. This was like an American toy. But beauty was always so much more. Democratic to me so inviting going that's exactly what I say. I say exactly the same thing. I think it's way more democratic and also then I remember as teenager. I would I wouldn't have like like Rockstars on my walls or whatever posters. I would literally rip out. Stay Lauder ads. You know, those black and white ones Pollino early and know the Polina purse Ogle, I show my age now. But yeah, I love I love those. And then I remember just have that on my wall. And and I I don't know. I just my granny also had this beautiful dressing table. I don't know if your grandmothers had those amazing dressing tables like the three way mirror. I wish I had more of those. And and she had all the like the Rubinstein's and the Chanel number five such number five that the time when you still had a signature fragrance, I love that. And I would watch her do her makeup. And she's the first person who got me into skin care. So she when I was thirteen ish. She got me like a clinic. Three step. And she was like the soap in the sliding trae. Yes. And the and the chara obviously now, you know, I wouldn't use because the alcohol but five day back in the day. It's what I had in them. And I love the lotion. And I remember that was like my three that was kind of my entry into it gateway skin cat. And the thing is I it was always that. I would buy all the alerts..
"stay lauder" Discussed on Forever35
"Shouldn't buy it because stay Lauder tests on animals, however. Found an article on the PTO website. And you know, they are the most doctrinaire of everyone. I've heard of them, and they had an interesting point that I would like to read. Yes, please do quote, it's important to support cruelty free companies such as urban decay, which is owned by Laurie Al as well as to face cosmetics because if their parent companies see that kind and compassionate cosmetics are popular it may lead to a decision to reject testing on animals permanently. And I was like. I hadn't thought of that. And that's an interesting point. And does that inspire you to purchase this to face mask? Yes. Small size are big size. Well, I have she gave me the small size. So you're going. I think we'll go for the big. And then there two other products that are not at Sephora that I think I'm going to take the plunge with while. I'm just kind of updating my product one is the mad hippie vitamin C serums that Jessica hopper talked about Iran into a friend who I was chatting about serums with and they are also using this, and they love it. Yeah. I was like, oh, just go up or just told us about that haven't been using vitamin CS here for a while not for any real reason. Just because I ran out of one and never rebuilt, and I'd like to incorporate it back into my routine and the other thing I'm gonna is Egyptian magic. Oh. I'd love Japan magic. I mean. Now Dori it's a Costco. It's gotta go. And it's like a two for one situation. O L see if they have it then roll through. Costco, sherpa anytime. Well, let's take a quick.
"stay lauder" Discussed on Great Women of Business
"Nineteen sixty eight and in nineteen ninety. Origins debuted as an ecologically friendly brand aimed at young people. Clinic is one example of an important business principal that made a stay Lauder, a leading giant in the cosmetics industry. The business principle of participating in emerging business trends helped keep a stay Lauder, relevant to new markets and kept her products accessible in shifting. Connie's forms highlighted the company's ability to move successfully into the digital space, making products available to online shoppers at one hundred twenty ecommerce sites taking advantage of other online trends in. In twenty fifteen. Estee Lauder launched a mobile app called clinics, skin care and makeup consultant, which offers skin tips based on the current weather in your area. Estee never stopped developing and growing her brand her career and social status grew along with the number of products. She had helped bring to department store shelves. Israel puts a stay in a special class of entrepreneurs along with Helena Rubinstein, and Elizabeth Arden. The last of a breed, their extraordinary personalities in in in the last century in the beauty business because each of them sort of became the CEOs of the dream. They were selling. A true example of the American dream. Her hard work and dedication raised her social status and landed her at the forefront of herself made beauty empire. She became a fashion icon, famous for hosting, elegant and elaborate parties. She wrote in her memoir quote through business. I have met an infinite variety of fascinating people, and I have been entertained royally by so many. I liked to respond in kind and quote, she socialized among celebrities, politicians and even royalty, and she supported number of charities that supported the arts as well as medical research programmes. She received the French legion of honor and the golden key to the city of Paris. She stepped back a bit both from her company and from the public eye in nineteen eighty three. When her beloved husband Joseph died, she remained completely devoted to her two sons, their wives and her. Grandchildren, and it was a great point of pride that they all joined the family business. It meant a great deal to her to see her legacy carried on children and grandchildren. And she truly believed only a Lauder could offer the care and commitment that the company required. Estee Lauder passed away in two thousand four at the age of ninety six. But her brand still upholds s days signature standards of luxury and excellence. Before she passed away, she was quoted as saying, if you love to work and you have a goal, you'll get there. I didn't get there by wishing for it or hoping for it or dreaming about it. 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"stay lauder" Discussed on KDOW
"New member intro and you'll see I'm sorry go, to go to sorry about that go to fill toolbox and MVP to, returns, and, there they are all right listen. This, is unbelievable Listen what, Kramer Shan and the. Stock Michael, in, New York Michael Stay Lauder symbol e ally stock is really been marking time, since There were some very, small, things that. Were. Concerned the thing is the by for. Breezy afraid remarkable job okay so he's saying. It's been, marching, time some little things were wrong with the company Remarkable job really, then, how come. At. Dropped from one hundred and fifty eight. Dollars down to one hundred and thirty two Now here's the key Sixteen percent truck now he tells. Them to get in I put it. Up on my chart? What do I she it's still red ish red now the stock in, the, last. One two three four six days has gone from one hundred thirty three dollars to. One, hundred thirty five Percent and a half. Well guess what you shouldn't be buying. It because it's? Still? 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"stay lauder" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Intro and you'll see I'm sorry go to go to. Bob sorry about that go to fill toolbox and it says envy to, returns, and, there they are all right listen. This, is unbelievable Listen Kramer, Shan and the stock. Michael in, New, York my goal Stay Lauder symbol e ally stock is really been. Marking time since there were some very small, things, that were. Concerned. The people I think I. Think for breezy afraid remarkable job okay so here's what he's. Saying it's been marching time some little things wrong with the company Brigitte. The CEO Remarkable job really Then how come at dropped from one hundred and fifty eight dollars down to one hundred and thirty two Now here's the key A sixteen percent drop now he tells. Them to get in I put it. Up on my? Chart? What do I she. It's still red red now the stock and the last. One two three four six days has gone from one hundred thirty three dollars to. One, hundred thirty five Percent and a half but. Guess what you should be buying it. Because it's still? Red? Is telling you do. Not get it now because the big hedge, funds, the. Big corporations the big pension funds the big insurance companies are not buying it yet It didn't even. Turn green and he's got this guy because he's saying that she did a remarkable, job don't look like what. Does that mean to CEO remarkable job shields, don't do remarkable jobs Geos don't do anything survey underneath them we need does a remarkable job they come, on TV talk with mccolm job by what a stupid you buy stocks not because there's remarkable job you buy stocks because somebody buying a, stock you buy, stocks because who's buying. What makes us go up the instant to Shans Who are the bigger buyers are stocked even. Even more than he is situations the corporations. Because now they can borrow, money cheaply and they can. Buy their own shares they remember they bought seven trillion dollars worth, of share since two thousand and eight to two thousand. Fourteen and then six. Hundred fifty. Billion from two thousand fourteen every year to two thousand eighteen. Now they're boosting up to a. Trillion dollars that's what pushes the stock up then they print money and stick it into the stock market. Virtually the Bank, stocks to push the market up I just gave it to you trillion. Dollars six hundred fifty billion dollars four. Hundred billion one tree that's what. Pushes the market up money money pushes the market up not to CEO so on, the chart is still red. Now one thirty five it's red let's say, it goes to one forty three and turns green you have a higher probability gay Two one sixty from one forty three where turn. Green today at red at one thirty five. But she people always think. Like Kramer they always think. The same way I gotta get at one thirty five before it, gets to one thirty six but wait a minute how. Do, you know, when. It goes. From one thirty five thirty six there's enough money going in. Show that you don't get screwed How many people bought a stock and it goes right. Down because. You don't know how much money and then you say well well my broker tummy broker he has no fiduciary. Relationship with you he could care less about you responsibility begins and ends with our partners and our shareholders and that day did he say oh my, responsibilities Israel my little. Retail customers you say that Diddy here whose responsibility our? Responsibility begins with. Our partners and.
"stay lauder" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Hours today. Proverbs twenty four sixteen for the righteous fall, seven times in Rogers again, but the wicked stumble in times of calamity. Stay Lauder said when I thought I couldn't go on, I forced myself to keep going. My success is based on persistence not luck. I am convinced really that probably there's two or three factors. I think that you could say the number one thing number one, correlating thing with successes. What. One of them's integrity. Hard to be really successful if your dad gum crook. People say all the time crooks get ahead, but that's just on TV. I mean, the real world wants somebody messes you over. You tell everybody. Nobody else does business with them. It's very difficult. And so really crooks don't get ahead in the long run when they bounce around from thing to thing, the constant have to start over on all their relationships and contacts and everything else. It's very difficult. Integrity is one of them. You know what? The other one is perseverance. People are successful, they're not necessarily smarter than other people. Matter of fact, they're usually don't have the high level GPA's that some of those brilliant people have typical millionaire has GPA below three point. Oh, and college. Mine was to non seven in that three one hundreds of point still pisses me off. Mr. three by three one hundreds of point, some believable still mad about that. But you know, the typical millionaire doesn't even have a three point. Oh, GPA it's not. It's not GPA. It's not unusual brilliance. It's not. You know, they invented the next toaster or bread, slicer whatever. Sometimes they do those things, but you know, I know thousands of millionaires probably know thousands of Decca millionaires I know at least they twenty billionaires personally, and none of them are shiny brilliant blow you away with their intelligence people. None of them are not a one, maybe one or two. But I mean, most of them are just like really him. Most of them are such regular people. Unbelievable, except they're not regular. People don't quit. Their ability to persevere to not be denied to just keep after it to scratch into claw. The ability to push through. It. There's just a high correlation between that and success. Perseverance. Bible talks about in Romans five, three through seven. Rejoice, new tribulations. Tribulations, produce. Perseverance, perseverance, hope and hope is a gift of the Holy Spirit. Hard times make you learn how to hang on..
"stay lauder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Our scripture today proverbs twenty four sixteen for the righteous false seven times mirages again but the wicked stumble times calamity stay lauder said when i go on i forced myself to keep going my success is based on persist pobla you know i am convinced really that probably there's tourist re factors i think that you could say the number one thing there were bruins correlating thing with success watch one arms integrity it's hard to be really successful for your dad gum karuk people say alltime a cooks get ahead but that's just on tv i'm in the real world wants somebody misses you over you tell everybody nobody else does business whether it's very difficult and so really crooks don't get ahead and long when they bounce around from thing to thingley costs there have start over on all their relationships and contacts and everything else it's very difficult integrity is one of them know with elena's per perseverance people are successful they're not necessarily smarter than most people mirvac they're usually don't have the high level gpa is that some of those brilliant people have typical millionaire has the gpa below three point oh in college models a tunon non seven in that three one hundred several police still pisses me off mr three by with three one hundreds of point some believable still mad about that but you know the typical millionaire doesn't even have a threepoint oh gpa is not it's not gpa saw unb usual brilliance it's not you know they invented the next toaster bread slicer or whatever sometimes they do those things but i know tulsen's of millionaires probably know thousands of deco millionaires i know at least the twenty billionaires personally and none of them are shiny brilliant blow you away with their intelligence people none of them are not one i as maybe a water to our but i mean most dumber just like really him must flippers such regular he was unbelievable except they're not regular people they don't quit their ability to persevere to not be denied to just keep after it to scratch and to claw the ability to push through it's just too high correlation between that success perseverance bible talks about it romans five three through seven rejoicing who tribulations because tribulations produce perseverance perseverance hope.
"stay lauder" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Our scripture the day proverbs 24 four sixteen for the righteous falls seven times mirages again but the wicked in times of calamity stay lauder said live out i couldn't go on i forced myself to keep going my successors based on persistence potluck y'all i'm convinced railway that probably there's tourist reef factors i think that you could say the number one thing there were a ruined correlating thing with success as what one arms integrity hard to be really successful for your dad gum crook and people say all the time a crooks get ahead but that's just on tv i mean the real world want somebody misses you over you tell everybody nobody else does business with them it's very difficult and so really crooks don't get ahead in long when they bounce around from thing to thing the constant start over on all their relationships in contacts and everything else it's very difficult integrity is one of them you know the other one is is perseverance people are successful they're not necessarily smarter than other people mirvac they're usually don't have the high level gpa is that some of those brilliant people have typical millionaire has a gpa below three point owen college montaza to non seven in that threeone hundredths of a point still pisses me off mr three by one three one hundreds of appoint still mad about that but you know the typical millionaire doesn't even have a threepoint oh gpa is not it's not gpa not unusual brilliance it's not you know they invented the next uh toaster bread slicer whatever sometimes they do those things but i hung know thousands of millionaires probably know thousands of decca millionaires i know at least be twenty billionaires personally.