17 Burst results for "Steve Pagliuca"

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"See it that way were you know with shamrock colored glasses. Let's do whatever we can to help the celtics. I don't care if he has a ten year deal. Why don't we just let them go to boston. And then destabilizer franchise so these things are real. Look it's a competitive business. You know i. I don't know what clay bennett would have. Said if we across. Back and steve pagliuca called or if they tried to back channel. I have no idea. I'm just telling you the way i think. The process went for the celtics. And why they did not do or seemingly did not do with prestige. They had a guy they like. They want to give them a shot. They realize if they slide him over from head coach to president of baseball operations they can retain relative stability with mike. Seren austin and others in the front office helping. Brad grow on the job. So that's what they decided to do. And like you said. This decision was not made after the loss in game five last night. This is a multi month process that You know according some of the reports i read today started right after the trade deadline in late march. And then you know was was solidified. A finalized early this afternoon. When they had the press conference down might have even been earlier. I asked whic at the press conference you know like when asking him about kind of doing a national search he said that his conversations with brad start around them but he got a feeling that brad and danny had discussed it a lot earlier than when he originally discussed it. So yeah i mean. I have a time ever criticizing brad stevens. I've been one of his staunchest defenders even through all the problems of the last couple of years. He is again. Brilliant basketball mind. Says that job. If you have a chance to at least try to go get that. I i think you had to make an effort a couple last things. He's got to hire a coach now. Any thoughts on. What kind of coach makes sense for the celtics now that they're going to interview internal candidates in boston. They've got some good ones. they're j-league league has been interviewed for head. Coaching job by multiple teams in the past. Scott morrison is excellent. He coached the main formerly known as red clause for several years up there before becoming an assistant coach under brad. Jerome allan s head coach. The college ranks has a good reputation among others on that staff and after they get through that then then they're going to look outside the organization offer. Email you up with brooklyn as a strong candidate. Adoga comes from the spur system coached in philadelphia. Brett brown has worked for the nets. Now working for the nets under steve. Nash think he's a fine candidate for that job. But any sense about or any any thoughts. On what kind of coach makes sense to work for. Brad stevens and coach this roster. I think you hit the nail. On the head. Chris with them starting internally. I honestly think that would probably be a tougher sell to ownership than hiring somebody externally. I think the perception or not would be wait. A minute now is brad stevens going to be the president of basque operations but also have his hand influence with one of his assistants being promoted to the head share..

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"Quick Groesbeck and ownership? They love him. He's not going anywhere. I would think by off by Wicks hand. Like I think for Danny to leave it's going to be Danny's choice, but it does there come a certain point in time where you look at it and say, you know what championships are just took in you got the right guy and he's going to get you there again, or do you look at it on the other side and say, you know one title and almost twenty years, it's Boston. That's not good enough. We need another guy in here. Yeah, that's a decision that great Prospect and Steve pagliuca have to make I think there silently in Danny's corner and in Brad's I don't think they're concerned about Thursday yet. You know, there's always a chance they bring somebody else in here and the team starts losing. I mean, they've got a good thing going. But I'm sure they want a great thing going but the problem is what you going to do get LeBron to come to Boston during. Yeah, I'm not sitting here saying I have an answer even that I'm right off of advocating for Danny age to lose his job far from but but I I do think about you know, people's impatience with leadership that is is good. Very good. Great at times not exceptional and everyone just demands exceptional I think being spoiled by what's going on here across the teams for the last two decades people think that it's that there's a certain generation multiple Generations. Now people that believe that's just the way it's supposed to be when that is not the reality. now you win in the NBA with superstars the Celtics have Is is Tatum a superstar or is he a star? We're getting there. I would say you will be a superstar. But right now it's not so they don't have a superstar wage. You need a you need a superstar to win in the NBA and some of us don't have one at least not yet. But I think they have a very good coach. They have a good Ross who knows maybe other teams have injuries or something. Stay healthy. There's a chance and they that's what you need going into a season. There's at least a chance. They have one every year since Brad Stevens second year. They've had a chance. Interesting time interesting time to be a Celtics fan for sure, you know not wishing time away. But but there is definitely an element of wanting to at least fast forward the the the period of time that just to get an answer on that trade exception because that I feel like there's there's going to be not even I feel like I know there is going to be an obsession with that at least from the Twitter. Mafia boss over the next however long until it's either used or expired people are going to fixate on that and come up with trade proposals that involve whomever, you know, buddy hield. I mean he'll I got about comes on the show from time to time. I got a buddy texted me right now DeMar DeRozan Nik vucevic Rudy. Gobert buddy hield LaMarcus Aldridge Draymond Green Harrison Barnes, Aaron Gordon just racking his brain, you know like these this is what's going to happen for the next however many months until we get an answer to this question one way or the other. I don't like any of those players in there..

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Kelly, along with Mike Lynch. Today. We're speaking with someone very familiar to both of us. And that is Bain Capital Co chairman. Boston Celtics owner Steve Pagliuca. Steve. I'm so excited we're getting to do this. It's such the perfect time to talk to you because you have been in the midst of So many things. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. It's great to be here. Well, we should point out that for those. You listening We could. We're taping this on Thursday morning, September 24. So we're going to stay away from the ins and outs of where the Siri's with the heat stands right now and really focus on kind of where we've been in this bubble and some of the lessons that Steve has learned throughout that and also some of the work that he's been doing. In Boston. Let's start with this bubble. Steve for you as an owner for us, someone who cares about your team and your players and your staff. What has this been like? What's the experience been like for you? Blood's definitely very unique. Adam Silver in the NBA has done a fantastic job. They've created a I'm down here. I'm done here. The secondary bubble right now they have accepted the bubble. People coming from the from the investors want to see the game. But they did an amazing job in terms of really protected the players. And from day one. All discussions of the board of Governors meetings were, you know, Can we reopen the season safely? And basically, you know, they did so far, knock on what they have done that. They tell me what you go through down there in the secondary bubble on a daily basis from the moment you wake up and you want to, like, Leave your of your room. What? What were all the protocols? Well, before you come down here, you have to get tested. In your home city PCR test, which is standard for most accurate test. And if you passed that test you you fly down here. And then a soon as you get to the If you need a hotel, they have the testing center set up. You get tested again? Before you could go to the game. So, Andi every subsequent day. You get tested first today before the game, put the PCR test and then we get hands Test today on began. And then when you go to the game they have they have a facility have separate pathways and and they they put the glass up. Between the stands and and the court against protective players from from from any any kind of risk. And that's the primary bubble like primary vocalist is his daily custom. Unfortunately, given the stage where right now the family's the family some families have come down. It's a tough process. They have to quarantine in a hotel for seven days. You can't leave your hotel room there. Seven days you get tested every day. And if you think you could take a bit of the negative test, and then you could go into the into the primary bubble. That's how they kind of worked it out. So what's it like watching a game? I mean, you know you're used to sort of sew being in the mix, and you and Lynch, you know better than I do Sort of the general rowdiness that comes from a Celtics game and the fans are such a big part of it. So devoted what is it like watching, you know, from this distance? It's a little bit like watching a game in the studio. They've got a very nice job with the court and lighting and actually, I think they've created a CZ best as you can. A game atmosphere. The Having the fans virtually there from each team on home games that actually it actually makes a difference. And on television, I think great. It's a great television product. The same intensity is there we we just don't have the surging crowd that we would have. You know, up in the Boston Garden, so I guess you know, we're just We're just happy to be able to see the team live in the set of procedures to do that, But it is definitely a different experience than being at the garden. You allowed to interact with Brad Stevens and his staff or any of the players are used is the secondary bubble mean exactly what it implies that you stay away from them? We're totally screened off from them weights to them through the glass. It's a little bit. You know, Washington gave a little bit like watching the game inside a fish tank. You know, they think they've got 8 Ft. Rosa glasses probably happen in stick. You know, kind of like to do it hockey but have been even a taller But it's a good view it Z really give you so. So we waved to them from come here. We talked to them on the phone every day. But Zero interaction between anybody on the outside of bubble and within the bubble. And so, Steve, the product you mentioned. I mean, I have to say, just as ah As an observer is a fan who's been glued to my TV. It is pretty amazing the quality of the product, which I have to think ultimately since we are talking about the business of sports. Is good for business. To some extent. I mean, people have been watching. Yeah, it's really crushed the 18 to 49 the demo. And It is a great product on television, and it's not the same as being in a stadium, but they've got to be very, very close. And what I really enjoy is the intensity of the games is right up there with any playoff basketball I've ever seen. Interestingly, I've been here many, many times before, as the Disney soda had three sons play you basketball. And a couple of most teams reached the final 16 or found four. So we were here in August for probably a period of five or six years in a row. As they all came up. You're playing playing a you in high school and college basketball. I spent a lot of time so that they really transformed this. So it's a world class site. The players you played with great intensity, and it's true, you know, kind of pure basketball out there, and it's interesting. The home crowd. Advantage really has been taken away. I think most games we've won. We've been that we've been here waiting when we won most of our games, which is interesting. It kind of is a levelling of adventure playoffs and get a lot of lot of teams a shot to win. Yeah, I mean, it's truly over. The champion is coming out of this thing will be the best team in home Court will have nothing to do it. Let me ask about this. The team's down there for more than two months. There's a lot of expenses, housing, meals, transportation. Who foots the bill for all this to the team split. Is it strictly picked up by the MBA? Well, the seams are the MBA. So it basically comes out of the out of the revenue, then the National revenue pool and so it's being shared equally by the 30 teams and We really wanted to continue the season and I think Adam looked at every possible alternative and this was the best the best way to do that, and they did spare no expense with the testing. Facilities. Just on a world crowded class job down here, and it's just been tough. Think of the families. They're they're now they're tough on the players to be away from their families for so long and be kind of kind of kind of isolated. It's a It's a very wonderful facility, but You can go stir crazy day after day being being in the same place even in the secondary bubble, because you know in a locked out gets old. Yeah, for sure. All right, we'll stay tuned for more of our conversation. We're going to continue with Bain Capital Co chairman Boston Celtics owner Steve Pagliuca. That's straight ahead. On Bloomberg Business of Sports. I'm Jason Kelly and Mike Lynch. You could call me a lynching WCVB find me at Jason.

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In a situation that we haven't dealt with Modern times. Pandemic here has really accelerated the investments that we've been advocating for four years. From a macro standpoint, I think I've supported mystery really forced to look at the business a little bit differently in depth conversations with the leaders. In the sports industry who wants to be the sacrificial lambs that shows up at the first big major sporting events were part of something much bigger than the sport right now on health and safety articles, books Most important, every moment, I think were often business perspective, thinking about the impact that the virus is having a cross country. Bloomberg business of Sports from Bloomberg Radio. Hello, I'm Jason Kelly and Michaela and over the next hour, we're gonna explore the big money issues in the world of sports. Talk to one of the biggest players in the industry. This week. It's Bain Capital Co. Chairman and Boston Celtics owner Steve Pagliuca. He joined us from the bubble down in Orlando in the midst of a belated but very exciting and be a season, so that's Straight ahead. But Lynch Hee let's talk a little bit about what's been going on. Sing on the MBA. For a second, I have been glued to the N B a playoffs. The quality of basketball has spent unmatched. These guys are just dazzling me every night. I mean, how they're able to, up and down and up and down, and I think That the key. This whole thing is the wear and tear of getting on an airplane and travelling. Especially now that you're getting into conference, You know, championships. I mean, you know, l A would have to fly to Denver and back and forth in Boston have to fly the whole East Coast down to Miami and back and forth. And I think that's been one of the key reasons. You're seeing such quality basketball and fresh legs, especially in the fourth quarter. Yeah, and we get into this a little later on in the conversation with people, you mean Things were going to change a little bit. I mean, some of it is going to be by necessity in terms of the virus. We're still going to be wrestling with when the next season starts and hey, has some thoughts about where we may end up there, although it's still so about up in the air day to day as you'll hear him say, but I have to think, just like with the rest of our lives. A lot of things are going to stick. Let's talk a little NFL if we can again. So far so good and we've seen some good games, although interestingly, in contrast to what we're talking about with the MBA. Huge raft of injuries and weak too well and a lot of the doctors that I've been reading about and I talkto one orthopedic surgeon says that that is because of the lack of OT, a CZ. Many camps and Preseason football games, which the veterans of horror they they hate preseason games, the only guys that like him by the rookies and the coaches because it's the only time you can see them in real game situation, so many people could be could be stars in practice, but his duds when the lights go on, and they play again, somebody in a different color uniforms. But I get you know the the consensus seems to be that the lack of all this proper training and build up and exercise and and practice an OT H is the result of some of these injuries and it's too bad because No, there's some real stars that had been knocked out. You know, Joey Bosa went down. And, yes, Kwon Barkley went down. One bar's Caffrey is out at least a month. You know, it's interesting if you're on our podcast feed you, Khun. Check out Rich Truman and Damian Sassa. I caught up with them this week for our fantasy picks and rich Truman was saying on that pod that sick one, Barkley and Christian McCaffrey were in many drafts the top two players taken. So for you fantasy players out there. That's not good news. You're having tea scramble of it. It's like a little about college football. If we can. It's sort of back in action but fits and starts more than we've seen, probably in any other sport more well. Notre Dame has to postpone its game against Wake Force because of a number of positive covert cases. And that was the big fear with college sports that the unlike professional who are going home to an apartment, and maybe a wife or a girlfriend, Thes guy's going back to dorm rooms and long gone of the days when college campuses had dormitories strictly for the football players that those of Have been blown apart. They lived with the general populace on campus, and you know, it's it wasn't there's only just a matter of time for some member of some team to become infected and spread it in Notre Dame is paying the price for it. I'm surprised it hasn't happened. Two more teams. Although the university Houston's that four of openers postponed because their opponent had too many players tested positive. Yeah, I think we're going to limp to the finish here with with college, but I mean, we talked on the We talked to the program last week about the big 10 essentially buckling and figuring it out Pack 12 following. You know, there was a lot of pressure. There's a lot of economic pressure as we talked about. Last week, but the reality of this virus it doesn't care about economics, and it doesn't care about whether you need to make money for your school. Your community. Or whatever it is. So it is going to be something very, very tricky to watch and Lynch e. I guess even though fewer and fewer people seem to care about it. Baseball is still playing, which is kind of incredible if I do say so, did you bring that up? Because you're Elena Braves have clinched the National League East. Listen, I take I take any when I can get your going to hear later on in the show, Dear audience, a little some Contra Tom between me and these two Boston guys who'd gang up on May 20. A three and all that good stuff, But yeah, baseball. Hey, it's happening. I have not heard. I mean, I talk and think a lot of sports every day and I cannot tell you how little baseball has come up just in the day to day conversation. One. Ah, stand out. I will mention because he's been a guest on this program. Trevor Bauer is having a heck of a season and is is not the front runner but is certainly in that top cohort of potential Cy Young winners there and he is he is just shooting the lights out. Coming up next our conversation with Bain Capital Co. Chairman and Boston Celtics owner Steve Pagliuca, and also give you a little preview of something special we're doing in.

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're gonna be working away in a tent and probably 20 year program was doing that, and our investor group has really stepped up on contributed financially and our whole staff of 110 people signed up the Celtics on these six committees with with ex players current players. We interviewed. All the players got with their issues were so we're really Ah kind of kind of excited about trying to make this change and we need to make this change. It's not gonna happen overnight. We recognize it couldn't be a quick PR slash It's got to be a you know, you know, long term program that we work at it every day. We can't forget what happened. And we need to correct that. And we're not correct 300 years of history overnight, but we can do it. I'm hoping we're doing it in our lifetimes. Well, Steve Pagliuca. What a treat for us. Thank you. So much for spending so much time I have to say, and you'll appreciate this more than roses between me and Lynch. If you drew a Venn diagram of our interests, and all of that, you would be sitting smack in the middle of it. So between your success on long tenure in private equity, and with the Boston Celtics, you have so much to offer and we really appreciate you spending some time and and from the bubble no less. So thank you. I've been very fortunate. And you know, my grandfather was an immigrant shoemaker from from Italy words and shoe factory, So I know America's great place, and we have to make it a great place for everybody and I'm hoping the next chapter that you could do that and excited about the future. So great to great to talk to you guys and Lynch. He always always great to have another Boston guy Fawn on lets people on keeping on and And hopefully hopefully we can turn around down here. All right. So Steve Pagliuca as I joked, Lindsay, this is like the guy who sits in the middle of the Lynch E. Kelly Venn diagram. He's such an interesting guy. He really is. I've known him for all 20 years that he's on the Celtics. He was a basketball player of Duke. His sons played basketball at Duke. He's just a terrific guy. He's immersed himself in the community of the whole ownership has immersed himself in the community. I mean, appear. We're pretty parochial in Boston. We think the Celtics belonged to us, the fans and when new owners come in, it's like Oh, this is our team. What you going to do to you to dismantle them? But you're going to be the silent owner, The man behind the curtain. But no Steve and with gross speck and Bob Epstein, that whole group has done everything they've pledged to do. No, I think that's exactly right. And any time private equity guys enter into the picture, eyebrows raise and there's a lot of skepticism is, as you alluded to All right, So we're keeping it local here on. I hear you're working on a special project. People are buzzing down here in New York about it. Harvard football is for our one of 61 Boston station up there near you were going to re airing some of the greatest crimson games of the Tim Murphy coaching era. And they're sure have been some legendary moments in Harvard football history. 6000 fans of the Yale Bowl and they're all here the whole season right here. On the foot of my clinch, Right footed picker, Not from center. Good ball down. Kick up your field goal. Mike win Harvard. Take the pendant. Seven lead. Maybe the Ivy League vital. They've got a ride back to Cambridge. That's not any Mike Lynch. That's Lynch e. That's Arlen Key. It couldn't edit the 26th. You couldn't put like a 56 in there. 26 probably felt like more than 26. I'm guessing it did. It was. It was a great moment in 1975, because the first time Harvard had ever won an outright They had tied for the league title over the years, but they never wanted out right, So it was a good win for all of us and And the program and we were very, very proud that day and I always blush a little bit when I hear it usually comes up right around Harvard deal weak, but we got a little jump on it. And with that, I guess I'm leading into what you were talking about on Bloomberg. 1061. We're going to be airing it for nine weeks. Some classic Harvard football Games from the Tim Murphy area. Tim Murphy took over in 1994. He's one believe 10, either the titles in like this week It's going to be a game, which was about two months after 9 11. It was November 10th to 2001, Harvard and Pen, both undefeated Untied. At Harvard Stadium and a great comeback by the Crimson. Another wind. So Bernie Corbett does the play by play. He talks to me, and I sort of threw my two cents in and it'll be a hearing on the on Saturdays for the next nine weeks. Well, there you go. For those of you who need that dose of great Ivy League football. You can get it on one of 61. All right, you've been listening to Bloomberg businesses, sportswear here each and every week for you at the same time. Plus online. You can get the extended versions of our steep Lugo interview and Oliver Catch our podcast Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. I'm Jason Kelly. Follow me on Twitter. Had Jason Kelly news, Michael so glad that ball through the uprights like it hit my pitching wedge the way that field goal like four handicap. You could follow me of lynching wcbb. You're listening to Bloomberg Business of sports from Bloomberg Radio around the world. And I've.

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Celtics owner Steve Pagliuca. So, Steve, you've been doing this for a few years now, this whole owning a team thing. What have you learned? What's been the most interesting thing you've taken away so far? Well, that's Jason. That's a good question. It's been been close to 20 years now. And it seems like yesterday. I think what I've learned is Is the passion for the Boston Celtics and Sports in Boston. This is is this wonderful? It has a lot of ups and downs. You know when, when? When you win. It's great When you lose it, it's tough. But I think I would learn with big sailor is how hard Our players and coaches, you know, work at this craft. Uh, I don't think that I had appreciation before a team of the hours that grind The preparation that need to play world class basketball. And I'm very proud of this things because they're hard workers. They never give up, and they were really out there, you know, to win every night. We've We've been blessed with that for a long period of time in Boston. We've always competed. We've actually had since since since kind of the turn around 2008. We got a bunch of great teams and And I have always been in the mix and more in the mix right now and help. We continue going forward. Steve, you're on the MBA board of governors here on the A Competition committee. We're looking for a restart for the next season become January will the teams they thinking about playing in their home arenas or Those Orlando look like another possibility for next year. Basically, Adam Silver and the board is taking this on a day by day basis was interesting. When we signed up for the Disney facility, Florida was one of the lowest transmission states in the nation. And them in the preparation and a couple of months and ready for became one of the five states in transmission so that that actually was no became a much greater concern. So with this virus, you just have to take it day by day, and the good news is we're making great progress on vaccines out there making great progress on testing. There'll be new types of faster and cheaper testing. And also therapeutics. So we're really hoping for the best that they could be progress made against the disease with Testing with therapeutics with vaccines that will hopefully be coming out in the fourth quarter in the first quarter, and we just take it one day at a time. So Adam has thrown that date out there because that buys us time. See what happens and then we'll make the appropriate adjustments. Whether it be playing in one bubble for bubbles were playing in venues. It's vacated because it's also Love you, too. What with the rules of the state of the city. Are there some some places that are hot spots and you won't be able to play in there? Say it. So I guess that kind of short answer to that is We got to take it day by day, and then the N B A and their staff will assess one of the best option's near in probably in that December to Cynthia Lucas. You know, Steve, speaking of your role sort of really helping run the league. I do wonder. What you make of some of the lessons that have come out of the bubble in terms of the operations of the league and some of the things that everybody just did, Because that is the way it was done, one of which I've heard and read a lot about which is travel and and how much people are realizing the wear and tear of Getting on a plane every couple days What that did to the players, bodies what that did to their ability to compete. You know, there was so much talk about, you know loads in terms of minutes, but travel really has seemed to be something that without it. Player, health and player effectiveness and the quality of the product candidly has changed. What do you make of the notion that may be the way the season is constructed? Logistically changes based on what you've learned in the bubble? Well, pre bubble, Jason that they were. Actually, Adam is putting a lot of changes. They tried to have less back back more extended time between traveling tighter travel schedules. Obviously it's complicated with the number of teams and number of cities but pre bubble they're going that direction again with player safety and quality of the product, you know, top of mind. There's gonna be no substitute for playing in these fantastic arena's going going to the garden going to mask your garden. Going out of Philadelphia, so I don't expect that will change, but they have definitely put an emphasis on on making the schedule more reasonable having having players have more time to rest. And coaching in general has used deeper squads to kind of get through the 82 game season with less injuries and players being fresh and actually, I like that. I like to see eight or nine or 10 guys playing. And that gives the chance for working to improve. Look a title. Tom, a hero in this in this series, he's he's turning into a into a star before our eyes. I think that's a really good job with that, and has been the science of travel and sleep. And how to keep players as healthy as possible. It's really advanced, and most of clubs, including ourselves, have someone who who specifically is in charge of all the medical training. Um and kind of the health of the players to minute altogether. I think it's paid big dividends. Alright, stay tuned for more of our conversation. We're going to continue being capital co chairman Boston Celtics owner Steve Pagliuca. Straight ahead on Goubert Business of Sports. Jason Kelly. Find me at Jason Kelly News on Twitter and Mike Lynch. You could.

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Jason Kelly, along with Mike Lynch. Today. We're speaking with somewhat very familiar to both of us. And that is Bane Capital Co chairman. Boston Celtics owner Steve Pagliuca. Steve I'm so excited we're getting to do this. It's such the perfect time to talk to you because you have been in the midst of So many things. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. It's great to be here. Well, we should point out that for those. You listening We could. We're taping this on Thursday morning, September 24. So we're going to stay away from the ins and outs of where the Siri's with the heat stands right now and really focus on kind of where we've been in this bubble and some of the lessons that Steve has learned throughout that and also some of the work that he's been doing. In Boston. Let's start with this bubble. Steve for you as an owner for us, someone who cares about your team and your players and your staff. What has this been like? What's the experience been like for you? It was definitely very unique. Adam Silver in the NBA has done a fantastic job. It created a I'm down here. I'm done here. The secondary bubble right now they have accepted a bubble. People coming from the from the industrial to see the game. But they've been amazing job in terms of really protected the players and they won all discussions of the board of Governors meetings were, you know? Can we reopen the season safely? And basically, you know, they so far knock on wood. They they've done that. They tell me what you go through down there in the secondary bubble on a daily basis from the moment you wake up and you want to, like, Leave your of your room. What? What were all the protocols? Well, before you come down here, you have to get tested in your home city. A PCR test, which is Old standard most accurate test. And if you passed that test you you fly down here. And then a soon as you get to the If you need a hotel, they have the testing center set up. You get tested again? Before you could go to the game. So so and then every subsequent day you get tested first today before the game for the PCR test, and then we get hands test today of the game. And when you go to the game they have they have a facility have separate pathways and and they they put the glass up. Between the stands and and the court against protective players from from any any kind of risk. And the primary bubble like primary bubble is daily testing. Unfortunately, given the stage where right now the family's family some families have come down. It's a tough process. They have to quarantine in a hotel for seven days. You can't leave your hotel room for seven days. You get tested every day. And if you if you could take the negative test, and then you could go into the primary bubble. That's how they kind of worked it out. So what's it like watching a game? I mean, you know you're used to sort of sew being in the mix, and you and Lynch, you know better than I do Sort of the general rowdiness that comes from a Celtics game and the fans are such a big part of it. So devoted what is it like watching, you know, from this distance? It's a little bit like watching a game in the studio. They've done a very nice job with the court and lighting and actually, I think they have created a CZ best as you can. A game atmosphere. The Having the fans virtually there from each team on home games that it actually makes a difference. And on television thinks a great It's a great television product. The same intensity is there we we just don't have the surging crowd that we would have, you know, up in the Boston Garden, so I guess you know, we're just We're just happy to be able to see the team live, and they set up a procedure to do that. But it is definitely a different experience than being at the garden. You allowed to interact with Brad Stevens and his staff or any of the players are used is the secondary bubble mean exactly what it implies that you stay away from them? We're totally screened off them wave to them through the glass. It's a little bit. You know, Washington games like watching the game inside a fish tank. You know, they think they've got 8 Ft. Rosa glasses probably happening stick. You know, kind of like to do it hockey but even a taller but it's a good view. It's It's really good views, so we waved to them from compare. We talked to them on the phone every day. But Is the zero interaction between anybody on the outside of bubble and within the bubble. And so, Steve, the product you mentioned. I mean, I have to say, just as ah As an observer is a fan who's been glued to my TV. It is pretty amazing the quality of the product, which I have to think ultimately since we are talking about the business of sports. Is good for business. To some extent. I mean, people have been watching. Yeah, it's really crushed 18 to 49 the demo. And It is a great product on television, and it's not the same as being in a stadium, but they've got to be very, very close. And what I really enjoy is the intensity of the games is right up there with any playoff basketball overseen. Interestingly, I've been here many, many times before. As the Disney facility. I had three sons play you basketball. And a couple of those teams reached the final 16 or phone four. So we were here in August for probably period of five or six years in a row. As they all came up, you're playing playing a you in high school and college basketball. I spent a lot of time so that they really transformed this. So it's a world class site. The players you played with great intensity, and it's true, you know, kind of pure basketball out there, and it's interesting. The home crowd. Advantage really has been taken away. I think most games we've won. We've been that within the waiting when we've won most of our games, which is interesting. It kind of is a levelling of that bench playoffs and get a lot of lot of teams a shot to win. Yeah, I mean, it's truly over. The champion is coming out of this thing will be the best team in home Court will have nothing to do with me. That's about this team's down there For more than two months. There's a lot of expenses, housing, meals, transportation. Who foots the bill for all this to the team split. Is it strictly picked up by the embassy? Well, the seams are the MBA, so it basically comes out of the out of the revenue National revenue pool. And so it's being shared equally by the by the 30 teams and We really wanted to continue the season and I think Adam looked at every possible alternative and this was the best the best way to do that, and they did spare no expense with the testing. Facilities. Just on a world crowded class job down here, and it's just been tough. Think of the families. They're they're now they're tough on the players to be away from their families for so long and be kind of kind of isolated. It's a It's a very wonderful facility, but You can go stir crazy that they have today being being in the same place even in the secondary bubble, because you know in the locked out gets old. Yeah, for sure. All right, we'll stay tuned for more of our conversation. We're going to continue.

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Really accelerated the investment that we've been waiting for for years. From a macro standpoint, I think I've supported this tree is really forced to look at the business a little bit differently in depth conversations with the leader. In the sports industry who wants to be the sacrificial lambs that shows up with the first big major sporting event, part of something much bigger than a sport right now on health and safety of our stakeholders books. Most important, every moment, I think, were often business respected, thinking about the impact that the virus is having crossed the country. Bloomberg Business of Sports from Bloomberg Radio. Hello, I'm Jason Kelly and Michaela and over the next hour, we're gonna explore the big money issues in the world of sports. Talk to one of the biggest players in the industry. This week. It's Bain Capital Co. Chairman and Boston Celtics owner Steve Pagliuca. He joined us from the bubble down in Orlando in the midst of a belated but very exciting and be a season, so that's straight ahead. But Litchi. Let's talk a little bit about what's been going on. Sing on the N ba For a second, I have been glued to the N ba playoffs. The quality of basketball has been unmatched. These guys are just dazzling me every night. I mean, how they're able to go up and down and up and down, And I think that the key this whole thing is the wear and tear of getting on an airplane and travelling, especially now that you're getting into conference. No championships. I mean, you know, they would have to fly to Denver and back and forth in Boston have to fly the whole East Coast down to Miami and back and forth, And I think that's been one of the key reasons. You've seen such quality basketball and fresh legs, especially in the fourth quarter. Yeah, and we get into this a little later on in the conversation with people, you mean things were going to change a little bit. I mean, some of it is going to be by necessity in terms of A virus. We're still going to be wrestling with when the next season starts and hey, has some thoughts about where we may end up there, although it's still so up up in the air Day today as you'll hear him say, but I have to think, just like with the rest of our lives. Ah, lot of things are going to stick. Let's talk a little NFL if we can again. So far, so good. And we've seen Cem Good games, although interestingly, in contrast to what we're talking about, with the MBA, a huge raft of injuries and weak too well in a lot of doctors that I've been reading about it, and I talkto one orthopedic surgeon. Says that that is because of the lack of OT a CZ. Many camps in Preseason football games, which the veterans of horror they they hate preseason games, the only guys that like him, other rookies and the coaches because it's the only time you can see them in real game situation, so many people could be could be stars in practice, but his duds when the lights go on, and they play against somebody in a different color uniforms. But I guess you know that. But the consensus seems to be that the lack of all this proper training and build up and exercise and and practice an OT H is the result of some of these injuries and it's too bad because No. There's some real stars that had been knocked out. You know, Joey Bosa went down. And, yes, Kwon Barkley went down one bars, and Caffrey is out at least a month. You know, it's interesting if you're on our podcast feed you, Khun. Check out Rich Truman and Damian Sassa. I caught up with them this week for her fantasy picks and rich Truman was saying on that pod that sitcom Barkley and Christian McCaffrey were in many drafts the top two players taken. So for you fantasy players out there. That's not good news. You're having tea scramble of it. Let's talk a little about college football. If we can. It's sort of back in action but fits and starts more than we've seen, probably in any other sport more well. Notre Dame has to postpone its game against Wake Force because of a number of positive covert cases. And that was the big fear with college sports that the unlike professional who of going home to an apartment, and maybe a wife or a girlfriend, Thes guy's going back to dorm rooms and long gone are the days when college campuses had dormitory strictly for the football players that those of Have been blown apart. They lived with the general populace on campus, and you know, it's it wasn't there's only just a matter of time for some member of some team to become infected and spread it in Notre Dame is paying the price for it. I'm surprised it hasn't happened. Two more teams. So loathe University. Houston's that four of openers postponed because their opponent had too many players tested positive. Yeah, I think we're going to limp to the finish here with with college. I mean, we talked on the We talked to the program last week about the big 10 essentially buckling and figuring it out Pack 12 following. You know, there was a lot of pressure. There's a lot of economic pressure as we talked about. Last week, but the reality of this virus it doesn't care about economics, and it doesn't care about whether you need to make money for your school. Your community. Whatever it is, so it is going to be something very, very tricky to watch and Lynch e. I guess even though fewer and fewer people seem to care about it. Baseball is still playing, which is kind of incredible if I do say so, did you bring that up? Because you're Elena Braves have clinched the National League East. Listen, I take I take any when I can get your going to hear later on in the show, Dear audience, a little some Contra Tom between me and these two Boston guys who gang up on May 20. A three and all that good stuff, But yeah, baseball. Hey, it's happening. I have not heard. I mean, I talk and think a lot of votes sports every day. And I cannot tell you how little baseball has come up just in the day to day conversation. One. Ah, stand out. I will mention because he's been a guest on this program. Trevor Bauer is having a heck of a season and is is not the front runner but is certainly in that top cohort of potential Cy Young winners there and he is he is just shooting the lights out. Coming up next our conversation with Bain Capital Co. Chairman and Boston Celtics owner Steve Pagliuca, and also give you a little preview.

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World National headlines. Jason Carroll. Thank you, President Trump outlining his economic promise to black communities Today, this isn't the Cobb Galleria Center in Atlanta and the president says black voters. Are going to be the ones to propel him forward and 39 days we're going to win four more years in the White House way we will do it with a record number of votes from the black. Community. Meantime, Justice Ginsberg will be laid to rest next week in Arlington National Cemetery beside her husband. He died in 2010 a ceremony on Capitol Hill earlier today, Rabbi Lauren Holt's Platt Honor of lying in state in the Capitol, all part of recognizing that her story is the best of our stories. The daughter of immigrant families of person who did have to overcome Discrimination on the basis of gender and in many ways still given the time when she was born discrimination on the basis of her faith. And President Trump says he'll name his picked to replace her tomorrow, and when he does, we will have an up close special look at the nominees judicial record and Florida has completely re opened, at least on a statewide basis as governor descent, ISS lifts, pandemic restrictions on restaurants and other businesses there. He says. We're not closing anything going forward, and he's making it harder for local governments to institute their own restrictions. Going forward. Global News 24 Hours day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries onto these Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. You had a big interview for business of sports. I did were very excited about this. And Carol is, you know we've talked a lot about it on this program is certainly in the business sports. The MBA has really been on the front foot, especially that comes to pro leagues in terms of social justice reform, fighting systemic racism and racial inequality. We caught up A Sze Yu a little too with a big name in the world of Sports. Steve Pagliuca. He is the co owner of the Celtics. Also, of course, the co chairman of Bain Capital. He talked to us about the recent launch of Bar Boston Celtics United for Social Justice. This's a 10 year $25 million commitment. Check out what he had to say. What I realized is with these recent events is this is none of us has done enough, but we haven't done enough. We have to do much more silver than a leader. The NBA's been leader, but we really have to double and triple down on correcting these inequities. We're really Ah kind kind of excited about trying to make this change and we need to make this change. It's not gonna happen overnight. We recognize it couldn't be a quick PR splash. It's got to be a you know, you know, long term program that we work at it every day. We can't forget what happened. So that was Steve Pagliuca, the co chairman of being capital, co owner of the Boston Celtics. Joining my clenching me for Bloomberg business of Sports catch that on your podcast feet or throughout the weekend on Bloomberg radio. That is so important, and he said that you and I talk about this right when things happen when we see it in the news, and we're like, you know, it's like the company that puts out sustainability, and they just say something green washing like they'd just do something. So it's good PR. But Steve is absolutely right. It's you know, there needs to be really action. There needs to be deliberate efforts. You need to measure it. Yeah, I think I think it's fair to say that we're all coming to that conclusion that if you really want to move the needle Then let's put the numbers out there and let's let's move those numbers so that there is more DNA diversity and inclusion in everything that we do What's interesting to is this notion of the long term approach and we talk about it over the course of the interviewee in terms of even a long term approach of owning a team and how you really have to invest. With big goals in my down the line. Check that out. Albert businesses. A reminder for all of our listeners working from home and elsewhere. Bloomberg Radio is available all of your favorite asked Bloomberg Business radio dot comma hurts your sexy tune in his West Bloomberg terminal are Some people are just born curious. They want to know why something may happen. Do you think it might be different and what it will mean? If it does, or doesn't what's been the response So far? If you're one of those people we have your people give us a sense of what you're trying to accomplish. Bloomberg markets with Paul's Weenie in Bunny Quinn, either enough Cos. Ticket founded of all these gay mornings at 10 Eastern on Bloomberg Radio, the Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg World is listening..

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is Steve Pagliuca he is this best known Boston the heat as it as a giant in the business community co founder a co chairman I should say at Bain capital and also co owner of the Boston Celtics Dr Jon chesto in The Boston Globe described you as the ringleader for the business community's efforts to gradually get the state's economy moving again at the same time your report the report that has been put together by the mass high tech council does emphasize gotta keep the hospital demand imbalance Mecca make sure those beds and workers got to bring the economy back to normal I love that it says by the way Steve back to normal and but not back to the new normal I'm not a fan of the phrase new normal maximize safety and avoid a second log down if you folks can figure out the formula for that not only should you get the Nobel price for science I think you get the Nobel Prize for just about everything is this realistic do you think well we were very lucky in the state as you pointed out we have incredible medical complex system here partners healthcare the bacon the hospital system we have a good day and the government here Charlie Baker's extremely organized and smart data driven insiders so those ingredients plus support in the industry I think we can win this war and Colby but it's not it's not clear I think our report we check if we put in three main steps where talk about segmentation to what should face people back to work treatments will come down the pike and a big effort on reducing the spread coefficient that this medical questions this technique known as S. R. T. it is kind of the exponential nature of this virus to grow that's why it's such a problem to spread the exponentially so we've identified two real two two ways you can really knock that that number down and help get us back to normal without overwhelming hospitals that's changing a lot of workplace norms and and then protesting tracing but it's going to require an effort by the business plan and academic community and and then the people themselves because this thing is a very hard thing to stop one of the things that I I know your group is concerned about is the possibility of getting some sort of a vaccine obviously that would be I guess well the the ultimate prize to to seek you have cut a lot of red tape or you've been able to cut some red tape this and then in the Wall Street journal article talks about cutting allowing the company to go overseas to do to do some work realistically I mean when I hear about a vaccine something that could make us all feel pretty safe we're talking about the the phrase that do you the later time here is twelve to eighteen months do you think that is it is possible to do it more quickly than that well I don't think it's possible to do it over the twelve months twelve months would be a record all time records so this kind of situation so I'm hoping it'll be twelve months with today's technology which has improved dramatically from those of yours yours the past but twelve months would be a very aspirational and and reckless kind gold get when we talk to the scientists given the testing and manufacturing complexity of this virus is there's really never been a vaccine yet and then for about an hour and RNA virus you know the over under score is probably somewhere more around eighteen months so I think we need to hope for the best but prepare for an eighteen month to two year time frame before we get actually to come in a couple of the recommendations that you folks made and by the way let me I think it it's important to point out that everyone here within this group apparently has divested ownership in any of the companies that could benefit from any discovery so this this is this is not a group that has any financial personal financial interest in this is the way I don't know I read it correct what you have to find the correct correct yeah I missed a significant other basically scientists stucco that they're just concerned about the really trying to help and get get therapeutics and vaccines out there okay so a couple of recommendations one it is for the government to buy medicines not yet proven to encourage manufacturers to ramp up production that makes sense the lot of companies are you concerned about the amount of R. and D. that they might invest in something after the end of the day it doesn't work and then to slash the time for clinical review of new drugs to a week from nine months to a year that has to be incredibly important how to how have you guys achieve that yet or is that still an inspirational well I think we were an important voice and you know the FDA commissioner Steve on this who's doing a very good job of trying to fast track the sayings was collecting data from all the country and and our data certainly with a win in to him and he reacted very positively it was one of the things that he looked at and they have done things as if for example allowing the manufacturer that does appear to manufacture those other things overseas so they can manufacturing does appear here scientists are really did a fantastic job in this paper of identifying five weeks ago that when does appear in their queue was one that should be fast tracked and you know that's just that was their best estimation from all the knowledge that they had the turns out it looks like they're right about that but does he cares for the leaders in terms of in terms of having at least in the short term some clinical trials that have gone well it's the what we still don't know entirely but that one looks like and very promising enough that if it if it can be be manufactured and scaling that they're working on that and the clinical trials continue to come out the same way they have given given if we get this to patients with cold it it it it will turn out to be therapeutic and and really short possible state Jordan severity with me so that's that's what I hope for and the record call first for several other types of drugs to be destined to an extract as well so we've never had I don't which is nineteen eighteen it's been a pandemic like this and the way the country operated we want safe drugs out there and in peacetime it's very very important to take enough time to make sure these drugs will hurt people there's no bad side effects and unfortunately the thing like cope with that has to be wrapped up in I guess a more restricted be taken because that because people are dying by the hundreds and thousands and that was the kind of the gist of the paper to to to kind of take guns that are being used today for other purposes not try them out if if if if they look like they could help against global and then really work on fast tracking second wave your PH like Monaco antibodies which is basically a spinning down people's blood that had had the disease and using antibiotics with the blood has plastic one of the things that I thought was pretty good interesting early on was hi hydroxy Cllr Quinn I don't know if you look at the numbers on the number of cases and deaths in India but there are a fraction of the United States and my understanding is that that drug is used as a prophylactic L. for malaria to to prevent malaria in India now I know that's not a clinical trial but hydroxy corporan seem to have been dismissed pretty quickly I've talked to several doctors around the country who felt that it had a a real possibility but your group seems to have felt that that really did not have the the promise that resumes are windows of your house yes they felt like that five weeks ago and I think that they currently lease the the the the studies that we have read and all the signs of wear have not borne out the fact that after hurricanes helping so this shows we want more control done that but that has not been responded saying that something like mine does appear okay yeah if you get a chance at some point or someone would look at it I don't know why India has done so well I think that had sixteen hundred deaths as of as of last week in a population that's four times as as large as ours and again I have no no skin in that game but I just did it kind of got dismissed and you folks I guess I'm not a big big the supporters of antibody testing that seem to also who be somewhat dismissed in your report any reason why well I don't think which is dismissing the report at the testing in general is a very complex area yeah there is PCR testing which is things up since he just came to see if you have the virus and that's it using existing technologies very high accuracy is indigestion there's anybody to think the antigen and antibody testing has not had the accuracy level of the of the PCR test and then invite this thing really is is is is the president engine testing out a bunch of things really Terry did you have the disease or not so the first line testing you want are the PCR test test and they can do that without what they do who knows what and and more Cancellara the test for that as well but those tests that can tell you did you contract the disease initially are you testing tells you you've you've already had Mike Mike this is Steve Pagliuca the owner co owner of the Boston Celtics India coach here being capital if you'd like to ask a question or join the conversation as you can tell this gentleman knows a lot about a lot about things beyond basketball six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty get to some phone calls feel free to ask there I learned in law school long time ago listeners there's no such thing as a dumb question except the question don't have the courage to ask because was always the question you didn't ask then ended up on the final exam six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty back with Steve Pagliuca right after this right side with Dan right the.

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:39 min | 3 years ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To sell tickets, you're looking to market people, you're looking to try to find people that are similar habits and demographics. How do you guys go if I if I buy a Patrice Bergeron on jersey? I mean, do you Mark me as this is a purchase version, Charlie Mack? Chicken nuggets. Do you know this, this guy likes chicken nuggets granny will do go on on on your preferences offense? So we. Exactly that granular today. I think, again, I think tickets and parking mobile food and beverage. I think we need to close the loop with retail. And you know, other tickets and even on that profile, you might be buying Berlin's tickets and Charlie McEvoy. But you might also come to WWE or something else. And now we can add to the profile what other events, and we can make sure we make offers, but as other events to you. So it's not just that team aspect for us. It's about all the events that we have here. All right, Amy. We have spoken here, many times, Steve Pagliuca and wick spec. I don't think this so happy with the yellow seats. Now I know they're just ten in building. Are they ever gonna get some green seats for the Celtics games? Let me put it this way. They're not getting green seats but we're going to have new seats this summer new. Neither okay we're going with a neutral color for the whole building. We're replacing all of the seats this summer and, you know, better seats again, you know, we opened in nineteen ninety five and even though we replace each this is part of our transformation that, you know, we're gonna have heating project take place this summer. Those seats because I bet you guys can make a lot of money for, for big sporting fans. It's interesting. So I was here when we sold the old Boston Garden seat, and those are actual seats right at the top and bottom, and they're connected these seats seats. I'm not sure of all the other Rena see today are not a full seat. Like there's a batch and there's a bottom, and so I've talked to season ticket holders and people about what would you be interested in the back because, you know, they might have your number on it. You know that you were lows one row, fifteen feet five and we have your seat five, but we won't be selling the whole seats because it's not constructed that way, it's not an actual piece piecemeal seats. I'm not sure anybody's buying a bottoms. But I think people will buy the backs. Okay. And I f- I end on this just because we have a lot of listeners in New York. We have a lot of arenas here, we have Madison Square Garden Barclays center, prudential center in Newark, Nassau Coliseum on Long Island and yet another one coming online. The New York Islanders are proposed arena in Belmont, we got we got a lot of competition already just curious, your take. Would you want to be part of that project? It's a fantastic product for the islanders, but I guess I'm fortunate that we're the largest arena, New England and I. I like it that way. Because when you're routing concerts, and, you know, we've had record constitutes forty five concerts in the past two years. I'm sure there's competition for those concerts. How many are going to play in that market, the team perspective, I think, you know, those islanders fans are going to go there. That's not I don't think they're fighting for team fans. I think it's going to be the Larry businesses around the non game nights, correct interest, Iraq. That's why I think, you know building on causeway that retail development I think that's, that's the trend for most of the team say, right? You've got to have more than just the arena. So you know, we have the largest grocery store in Boston. We have restaurants we have movie theater, we have hotel hotel, office space residential that. That's the value proposition for those arenas going forward. So I don't know. You know, if that's part of Belmont. But that's, that's a differentiator for sure. Bar. Here wants to buy one of those seat backs. What's it gonna cost them? I'm sure that I got a good deal for you. Bill, Russell jersey and we're good. Amy Latimer, president TD garden. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you guys. You guys one thing I've finally have learned about what happens so that when you have a hockey game and a basketball game you gotta put the parquet floor on top of the ice because that happened. Sometime really never googled this book. Don't you remember some times where they did that? And the floor began to sweat condensation cleaning up this. So how do you do it? So it doesn't melt, and you don't have that problem and Amy explain how you do it. There's a little layer like a sandwich cement layer. Then you have the kind of the black tarp thing that goes in between the ice and in the park, I think that's the technical term for the best. Yes. I love that in Boston because of like the Munster just blacked out. The. We're taking risks. We may have to call share and say, you know sorry, but sedate oh, Char's go last night. And we're coming back to Boston. It's a bit like how much everything you try to be prepped in scripted. Of course. That's what you're trying to do. But in reality you see the bit of a juggling because you're doing sports you just don't know four games five games, seven games. You don't know. So you do the best you, can you take some risks. You look where you can. And sometimes it works out for you. And sometimes you have to call share. I love them. We have guessed that describe parts of their job that, you know, people even us who know a lot of business might not think about all the time. But when they say, you know, makes total sense, and I thought he did a really good job with that. The idea I'd never thought about whether an arena has a preference of going from hockey to basketball, or basketball hockey in terms of ice conditions etcetera, the idea that Bruins fans show up earlier than than Celtics fans because they want to miss a goal matters a lot more than July sales for basketball, but not hockey there is a lot in there the time of day and how that matters for what you're selling from a concession. Merchandise standpoint there's a lot in there. That makes a lot of sense. But, but I don't think average sports fans even myself really think that much I want to make it a mission of mine to find out or forced Amy and everybody else if there to find out, what is the July thing. Can we get the Gilani? How do we find out why.

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Markets people, you're looking to try to find people that are similar demographic. How do you guys go if I if I buy a Patrice Birger on jersey? I mean, do you Mark me as this is a purchase version, Charlie Mack? Buy chicken nuggets. Okay. This, this guy likes chicken nuggets granny will do go on on on your preferences offense. We'd like to get. Exactly that granular today. I think, again, I think tickets and parking mobile food and beverage. I think we need to close the loop with retail. And anything else. You know other tickets. So an even on that profile, you might be buying Berlin's tickets and Charlie McEvoy. But you might also come to WWE or something else. And now we can add to the profile what other events you like, and we can make sure we make those offers for those other events do so it's not just that team aspect for us. It's about all the events that we have here. All right, Amy. We have spoken here, many times, Steve Pagliuca and rose back. I don't think they're so happy with the yellow seats. Now I know they're just ten in the building. Are they ever gonna get some green seats for the Celtics games? Well, let me put it this way. They're not getting green teach. But we're going to have new seats to summer. Neither okay we're going with a neutral color for the whole building. We're replacing all of the seats this summer and, you know, better seats it again. You know, we opened in nineteen ninety five and even though we replaced seats, this is part of our transformation that, you know, we're gonna have that's heating project. Take place this summer. Although seats because I bet you guys can make a lot of money for, for big sporting fans. Interesting. So I was here when we sold the old Boston Garden seat are actual seats, right at the top and bottom, and they're connected these seats seats. I'm not sure of all the other Raina seats today are not a full seat. Like there's a batch. The bottom, and so I've talked to season ticket holders and people about what would you be interested in the back because, you know, they might have your number on it. You know that you were lows one row, fifteen feet five and we have your seat five, but we won't be selling the whole seats because it's not constructed that way, it's not an actual piecemeal seats. Buying a bottoms. But I think people will buy the back if I end on this just because we have a lot of listeners in New York, we have a lot of arenas here, we have Madison Square Garden Barclay center, prudential center in Newark, Nassau Coliseum on Long Island and yet another one coming online. The New York Islanders are proposed arena in Belmont. We got we got a lot of competition already just carries your take. Would you want to be part of that project? It's a fantastic product for the islanders, but I guess I'm fortunate that we're the largest arena, New England and I like it that way. Because when you're routing concerts, and, you know, we've had record concerts Forty-five concerts in the past two years. I'm sure there's competition for those concerts. How many are going to play in that market, the team perspective, I think, you know, those islanders fans are going to go there. That's not I don't think they're fighting for team fans. I think it's going to be the other businesses around the non game nights, correct interests. Correct. And that's why I think, you know building on causeway that retail development I think that's, that's the trend for most of the team say, right? You've got to have more than just the arena. So you know, we have the largest grocery store in Boston. We have restaurants. We have movie theater. We have ho hotel office space residential that, that's the value proposition. For those arenas going forward. So I don't know if that's part of Belmont. But that's, that's a differentiator for sure. Bar. Here wants to buy one of those seat backs. What's it gonna cost them? I'm sure that I got a good deal for you. Bill Russell jersey. We're good. Amy Latimer, president TD garden. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you guys, guys. One thing I've finally have learned about what happens so that when you have a hockey game and a basketball game you got to put the parquet floor on top of the ice because that happened. Some time really never gold this before. Don't you remember some times where they did that? And the floor began to sweat condensation cleaning up this. So how do you do it? So it doesn't melt, and you don't have that problem and Amy explain how you do it. There's a little layer like a like a sandwich cement snake layer. Yeah. The kind of the black thing type thing that goes in between the ice. And in the park, I think that's the technical term for. Yes, I love that in Boston because of the Munster just blacked out. We're taking risk. We may have to call share and say, you know, sorry, but sedate chara scored a goal last night, and we're coming back to Boston. It's a bit like how much everything you try to be prepped in scripted. Of course. That's what you're trying to do. But in reality, you see, it's a bit of a juggling because you're doing sports. You just don't know four games five games seven games. You don't know. So you do the best you can take some risks. You look where you can. And sometimes it works out for you. And sometimes you have to call share. I love when we have guests that described parts of their job that, you know, people even us business might not think about all the time, but when they say, you know, makes total sense, and I thought he did a really good job with that. The idea I'd never thought about whether an arena has a preference of going from hockey to basketball, or basketball hockey in terms of ice conditions at center, the idea that Bruins fans show up earlier than than Celtics fans because they to miss a goal matters a lot more than July sales for basketball, but not hockey. There is a lot in there the time of day and how that matters for what you're selling from a concession. Merchandise standpoint there's a lot in there. That makes a lot of sense. But, but I don't think average sports fans are even myself really think that much about. I want to make it a mission of mine to find out or forced Amy and everybody else if there to find out what is the July July. How do we find out.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

07:36 min | 3 years ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"More about the data you're able to collect inside the building. We were talking earlier about collecting some credit card data from fans at the garden. Will you also be using beacon technology? Let's say if I walk past the pro shop do I get an alert for t shirt or something? So when you walk by the shop, it's more like, okay? Well, we know you know, Joe Smith is here. Let's send in but send him an offer versus somebody else that comes in that doesn't really go to the shop, but usually by soon beverage that you're more likely to make an offer to them. So it's, it's, it's targeting and making sure that people are getting something valuable while they're here and understanding, I think everybody everybody in sports at once that three sixty view of that customer one again for that value proposition to, to offer them something, but also, if you're, if you need to sell tickets, you're looking to markets people, you're looking to try to find people that are similar habits and demographic. How granular do you guys go if I buy a Patrice perjure on jersey? I mean, do you Mark me as this is a purchase version, Charlie Mack? Former jersey chicken nuggets, do you know this, this guy likes chicken nuggets granny will do go on on on your preferences offense? So we'd like to get. Not exactly that granular today. I think, again, I think tickets and parking mobile food, and beverage are they, we need to close the loop with retail and then, you know, other tickets and even on that profile, you might be buying Berlin's tickets and Charlie McEvoy? But you might also come to WWE or something else. And now we can add to the profile what other events, and we can make sure we make offers, but as other events to you. So it's not just that team aspect for us, it's about all the events that we have here. All right, Amy. We have spoken here, many times, Steve Pagliuca and Witton rose spec. I don't think so happy with the yellow seats. Now I know they're just ten in a building. Are they ever gonna get some green seats for the Celtics games? Let me put it this way. They're not getting green seats but we're going to have new seats this summer. Neither okay we're going with a neutral color for the whole building. We're replacing all of the seats this summer and, you know, better seats again, you know, we opened in nineteen ninety five and even we replaced heats, this is part of our transformation that, you know, we're gonna have that seating project take place this summer. Those seats because I bet you guys can make a lot of money for, for big sporting fans. Interesting. So I was here when we sold the old Boston Garden seat. Actual seats, right at the top and bottom, and they're connected these seats seats. I'm not sure of all the other Rena seats today are not a full seat. Like there's a back and there's a bottom, and so I've talked to season ticket holders, and people about what would you be interested in the back because, you know, they might have your number on it. You know that you were lows one row, fifteen feet five and we have your seat five, but we won't be selling the whole seats because it's not constructed that way, it's not an action piecemeal seats. Anybody's buying a bottoms. But I think people will buy the back. Okay. If I end on this just because we have a lot of listeners in New York, we have a lot of arenas here, we have Madison Square Garden Barclay center, prudential center, Newark, Nassau Coliseum on Long Island and yet another one coming online. The New York island has proposed arena in Belmont, we got we got a lot of competition already just carries your take would you want to be part of that project? It's a fantastic product for the islanders, but I guess I'm fortunate that we're the largest arena, New England and I. I like it that way. Because when you're routing concerts, and, you know, we've had record constitutes forty five concerts in the past two years. I'm sure there's competition for those concerts. How many are going to play in that market, the team perspective, I think, you know, those islanders fans are going to go there. That's not I don't think they're fighting for team fans. I think it's going to be the other Larry businesses around the non game nights, correct interests. Correct. And that's why I think, you know building the hub on causeway that retail development. I think that's that's the trend for most of the team say, right? You've got to have more than just the arena. So you know, we have the largest grocery store in Boston. We have restaurants. We have movie theater. We have ho hotel office space residential that, that's the value proposition for those arenas going forward. So I don't know if that's part of Belmont. But that's, that's a differentiator for sure. Bar. Here wants to buy one of those seat backs. What's it gonna cost them? I'm sure that I got a good deal for you. Bill Russell jersey. We're good. Amy Latimer, president TD garden. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you guys, guys. One thing I've finally have learned about what happens so that when you have a hockey game and a basketball game and you got to put the parquet floor on top of the ice because that happened. Sometime really never go with this. Don't you remember some times where they did that? And the floor began to sweat, condensation condensation cleaning up this, how do you do it? So it doesn't melt. And you don't have that problem and Amy explain how you do it. There's a little layer like a sandwich cement layer. Then you have the kind of the black tarp thing that goes in between the ice and in the park, I think that's the technical term. Yes. I love that in Boston because of it like the Munster just blacked out. We're taking risk. We may have to call share and say, you know, sorry, but the Dana Char's a last night, and we're coming back to Boston. It's a bit like how much everything you try to be prepped in scripted. Of course. That's what you're trying to do. But in reality, you see, it's a bit of a juggle yet because you're doing sports you just don't know four games five games, seven games. You don't know. So you do the best you, can you take some risks. You look where you can. And sometimes it works out for you. And sometimes you have to call share. I love them. We have guessed that describe parts of their job that, you know, people even us who know a lot of business might not think about all the time. But when they say it makes total sense, and I thought he did a really good job with that. The idea I'd never thought about whether an arena has a preference of going from hockey basketball, or basketball hockey in terms of ice conditions etcetera, the idea that Bruins fans show up earlier than than Celtics fans because they want to miss a goal matters a lot more, the July does sales for basketball, but not hockey. There is a lot in there the time of day and how that matters for what you're selling from a concession. Merchandise standpoint there's a lot in there that makes a lot of sense. But, but I don't think average fans even myself really think that much about. I wanted to make it a mission of mine to find out or forced beamy and everybody else if there to find out what is the July get? How do we find out why that.

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"These his the business of sports from Bloomberg radio with Scott's, Nick, Michael Barr and Evan, Novi William. Thanks for joining us. Let's continue over conversation. Now with Amy ladder. She is the president of the TD garden responsible for all day today operating functions of the arena, which is one of the most active highly regarded and successful, sports and entertainment venues in North America. Let's talk more about the data you're able to collect inside the building. We were talking earlier about collecting some credit card data from fans at the garden. Will you also be using beacon technology like let's say if I walked past the pro shop do I get an alert for t shirt or something? So when you walk by the shop, it's more like, okay? Well, we know you know, Joe Smith is here and. But he hasn't let's send in but send him an offer versus somebody else that comes in that doesn't really go to the shop, but usually buy food, and beverage that you're more likely to make an offer to them. So it's, it's, it's targeting and making sure that people are getting something valuable while they're here and understanding, I think everybody everybody in sports at once that three sixty view of that customer one again for that value proposition to, to, to offer them something, but also, if you're, if you need to sell tickets, you're looking to market people, you're looking to try to find people that are similar habits demographic. How do you guys go? If I if I buy a Patrice Birger on jersey. I mean, do you Mark me as this is a pressure on Charlie Mack of former jersey? Chicken nuggets. Okay. This, this guy likes chicken nuggets granny will do go on on on your preferences offense. So we'd like to get that granular where dot exactly that granular today. I think, again, I think tickets and parking mobile food and beverage. I think we need to close the loop with retail and anything else. You know other tickets. And even on that profile, you might be buying Berlin's tickets and Charlie McEvoy. But you might also come to WWE or something else. And now we can add to the profile what other events, and we can make sure we make those offers, but his other events you, so it's not just that team aspect for us, it's about all the events that we have here we have spoken here. Many times, Steve Pagliuca and rose spec. I don't think they're so happy with the yellow seats. Now I know they're just a ten in the building. Are they ever? Gonna get some green seats but the Celtics games. Well, let me put it this way. They're not getting Greece heats. But we're going to have new seats this summer. Neither okay we're going with a neutral color for the whole building. We're replacing all of the seats that summer and, you know, better see again, you know, we opened in nineteen ninety five and even we've replaced heats, this is part of our transformation that, you know, we're gonna have that seating project take place this summer. You're going to sell those seats because I bet you guys can make a lot of money for for big sporting fans. Well, so it's interesting so I was here when we sold the old Boston Garden seats, and those are actual seats right at the top and bottom, and they're connected. These seats are seats. I'm not sure of all the other rain. See today are not a full seat. Like there's a back and there's a bottom, and so I've talked to season ticket holders, and people about what would you be interested in the back because, you know, they might have your number on it. You know that you were lows one row, fifteen feet five and we have your seat five, but we won't be selling the whole seats because it's not constructed that way, it's not an action piecemeal seats. I'm not sure anybody buying a bottoms. But I think people will buy the back end on this just because we have a lot of listeners in New York. We have a lot of arenas here, we have Madison Square Garden Barclay center, prudential center Newark, Nassau Coliseum on Long Island. And yet another one coming online, the New York Islanders proposed arena in Belmont, we got we got a lot of competition already just curious, your take. Would you want to be part of that project one? I think it's a fantastic product for the islanders, but I guess I'm fortunate that we're the largest arena, New England and I and I like it that way. Because when you're routing concerts, and, you know, we've had record concentrated forty five concerts in the past two years. I'm sure there's competition for those concerts. How many are going to play in that market, the team perspective, I think, you know, those islanders fans are going to go there. That's not I don't think they're fighting for team fans. I think it's going to be the other businesses around the non game nights. Correct. Interest Iraq, and that's why I think like where, you know building on causeway that retail development I think that's, that's the trend for most of the team say, right? You've got to have more than just the arena. So you know, we have the largest grocery store in Boston. We have restaurants we have movie theater, we have hotel hotel, office space residential that. That's the value proposition for those arenas going forward. So I don't know if that's part of Belmont. But that's, that's a differentiator for sure bar. Here wants to buy one of those seat backs. What's it gonna cost them? I'm sure that.

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Special edition of Bloomberg technology life reeboks headquarters in Boston. I'm Carol Massar. Rising trade tensions between the US and China have market watchers on edge Federal Reserve Bank of New York, president John Williams. Explain the downside of raising tariffs earlier on Bloomberg TV. I do think of the terrorists is way is is like a negative supply shock, and so it has various effects of economy one is it affects inflation probably will boost inflation, but few tents over the next year it affects demand and growth in the short run, but also negative effects on the the value chains in our economic system works. Our next guest is stranger to market volatility. He's co chairman of one of the world's leading private investment firms Bain capital. He's the Kohner. Also, the Boston's legendary NBA and the Celtics Steve Pagliuca joins us. Now, some nice to see you great to be here. So there's so much. I wanna talk to you about but first of all front and center, we've all been obsessed. If you will by the US, China, trade talks back and forth. What seems to be? Maybe posturing, maybe not how do you see it? Well, this is been a long time coming we've had a trade imbalance for twenty five or thirty years. And I think the Nishel when you had a burgee markets. It was a good thing. And flipped it. The whole global economy up. I think over billion people have come out of poverty because of trade businesses have prospered, but now's the time these markets on emerging anymore. So it's really it's really a time to rebalance. So it's a more fair system. Then I think that's what's happening right now, you have investments in China do. So I'm just curious. Cobb was on our air earlier. And just basically kind of China's not our friend. And how do you see the Chinese market in terms of transparency issues, and where they are positioning themselves against the rest of the world. We've had success in the Chinese and we've invested they become just crossed over to become a service economy for many many years. It was driven by exports and manufacturing. Now, it's a services economy, right? So we haven't been that affected won't be affected by the trade issues. So I think it's more. It's more of a global.

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"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

12:23 min | 3 years ago

"steve pagliuca" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio. You know that product you just read it off. If I was back in makeup in our control room the size of Liechtenstein looking at the Cisco. What are you guys? Really splitting the distinction the last decade has been done maybe longer than that has been dominated by consumer tech. Right. If it's on your phone, you know, what if it's party every if it's social media, and there has been a lot of discussion realm beat Vito companies not a lot and what we do effectively. Our core business that we've been in forever is that we provide sort of the core infrastructure plumbing for corporate networks and the internet on a global basis. So when you try to do a search on your phone? It begins to go across equipment that we make all around the world. I think we have a statistic to eighty five percent of the internet traffic touch one of my products every every time and Florence, and but we've also subsequently gotten into businesses where we're the number one cybersecurity company an enterprise cybersecurity company in the world. We are the number one enterprise voice player and collaboration. So Tele presence video systems. Cloud meetings. And also, we're into service broader Cornell because John's people in my people have a cloud meeting every morning to be sure to keep up. There you go. Let's talk about your window into the global economy right now the conversation I've had is. Okay. Things are decelerate saying then maybe not as great as twenty eight eight. What are you sick? Well, I think that this is a good opportunity for us to take advantage of all those math classes that we had growing up, right? Twenty we had tax reform. We had people who are lower tax rates their earnings increased. It was a good year. So the math from twenty nineteen to two thousand eighteen four a lot of companies is gonna be a little tougher, and that's just very national. But when you look at what's going on right now, I've said and others have said it feels like we're trying to talk ourselves into something. We're trying to fabricate some sort of recession or something that's going on. And when you when you really walk around here, there's a clear recognition that there are serious geopolitical issues that need to be resolved. But they're still a high degree of optimism amongst CEOs. Check the be some market participants listening and watching this program that say, you know, what the C suite, then they don't get it. They were like an indicator to-to that for me just a little bit. Well, see suite understands our business, and they understand what they're seeing in their business. And they understand what we understand better than anything else. And I'm not saying anything about our current business. But my peers here everybody. Understands when you see a shift in how your business flow is running, and, you know, the the people here, and there optimism my assumption is the optimism is based on the fact that some have seen that. So I think there have been so clearly and we're seeing some differentiation results. Right. But I think I don't think this guy's UNC Chapel Hill, I'm old enough to remember where I was forced to use a slide rule, which was, you know, logs in its own me, you remember when he HP calculators came out, reverse polish notation and all of you. And I thought they were miracles with great fantastic. It was fantastic. Now, there is a fear of our technology is taken over what we see within the economics. There's out onto productivity and there's an ambiguous about the benefit of your world state. The case the technology is good for our listeners in our viewers. Well, look, I think if you look at any technological transition over the last one hundred years it can be used for good or it can be used for bad, right? I mean. How many of us have tried to censor what our children watch on television? But television, also gives us great news sources like you. Wasn't that? Good. Nice. Thank you. I didn't even think that was not prepared by the way. I'm sure. Kerryon shock. And so now when you think about what we're trying to do the technology think about the connectivity that we're delivering in a remote parts of the world. And we talked about five G and how that's going to actually allow us to connect more and more people. And when you connect them, you can educate them when you get them. You can give them opportunity, and you see people in remote villages in areas that are building ecommerce businesses because they've been connected. You look at what is happening in India today with some of the build out there, and the connectivity people who never had it. It's just it. It opens up tons of opportunity. Now, it can be used in negative ways as well. But I think that the benefits far outweigh the risks. Or you mentioned some of the benefits. And I think it also acknowledged that the problem is that the supply chain is increasingly being politicized. There are some people worried about certain companies hijacking the supply chain for their own for their own goals. And some of those Diesen your thoughts on that situation. Right now, I want to bring up hallway as an example is the company that many western governments don't want to deal with. Do you think we coming down the road here where we become increasingly nationalized? If it's our player in our country will use that equipment. It's from China. No, thanks. I don't think that becoming nationalize is in the best interest of any individual country. Because I think I think there's lots of problems in world they'd have to be dealt with. We're talking about a lot. I'm here in Davos right now. But I don't think national these national movements and he's populist movements or the right outcome. I understand why they're happening. But I think that for us to your or you advantage by the uproar over wallet. Well, we don't the study of. Wow way. I mean, they're a competitor. Well, did you have to call up? Somebody and say, hey, do we have this stuff in our boxes? No, we have a look I think customers increasingly make decisions on the following. They make it on your innovation technology that you're bringing how you help them solve their business issues or the issues of a head of state. They want to understand how are you connected to helping them of all their strategy to what's possible because of the technology, and then the element of trust and trust is increasingly taking the last couple of years has become a key decision factor. So we focus on John. I just want to mention that. Because Steve Pagliuca was here. We have Canada goes for Canada goose Cote today for our contestant, we do doesn't need. I use it. Latest chat Robbins, always tried to catch up with the Cisco system chairman and CEO. Thank you very much. Some great conversations coming up right here on Bloomberg surveillance earlier on I caught up with these South African president Cyril Ramaphosa, and I asked him about central Bank independence. I've been very clear on this show as president of the country and saying the independence is sacrosanct. It must be respected and the central Bank does his own monetary policy positions. Obviously, they should do what central banks do were you happy with the interest rate hike the end of last year. Well, the interest rate is the decision of the central Bank, and the government we've got to live with it. And we've got to find ways of ensuring that we can inject growth into the economy and the central Bank has to execute its tasks what it decides on independently without fear of favor. What they must you get to choose who runs the central Bank. The term is at the end of this year. I believe he has said that he would like to carry on have you made a decision on whether he will things like that are discussed they are discussing. I'm not about on global television to tell you. Guidance. You would like to know. But maybe one day you can be a fly on the wall in the cabinet room to to find out. Exactly what our decision is. Have you spoken to him? I speak to the governor. Another term. But we've we spoke with speak about a whole range of matters. So Mattis that have to do with the economy that have to do with the central Bank. How is working and all those matters always constantly discussed and important point of stability, though, the financial markets investors that look at South Africa. The governor has been that point of stability as the politics have been increasingly volatile. Can you see the positives in keeping governor can go in that position? Governor is doing extremely well. And we've had good governance in the past. And that's one thing that we've been blessed with and now we have very very pleased that governor who is where he is he understands I- Konami, and he understands the task that he has it had and where our economy should go. So far as I'm concerned as president I have full confidence in the governor of the central Bank. We welcome all of you again. Again, the president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa with our John Farrell right now, an important conversation in terms of attention of the world, perhaps our most important conversation on the day, you're at Madame Lagarde earlier speak of the tensions in eastern Europe. And always at brings to us your current. Here's the president of Ukraine, the fifth president Ukraine petro portion goes thank you so much Mr President. I wanna know the mood down the street. There's a Ukraine storefront here in Davos as well go through that door. What is the mood of your storefront here? This is just a demonstration that Ukraine. Make that choice to go to the European Union. We go to NATO membership. He transform and reform our economy in the. European way. And we go back from the Russian style. Authoritarian economy and develop my country. Capitalism. You're a businessman you were successful in chocolate in media and other services within Ukraine to find the uniqueness of Ukraine capitalism. I think that Ukraine now under the very strong wind of the world economy, keeping the despite of the bodies, five of the Russian aggression. We demonstrate quite healthy economy and very strong moment ahead because we have. Eighteen three point four economic growth during the war. We have less than two percent budget deficit during the war. We increase the record high golden currency during the war. We help him. We wanna. Creed. They're small meteoroid prizes. Businesses to protect. Yeah. Middle class. This is our toll Mr President, some people would say not attracting enough foreign investment, and one of the reasons you're not attracting enough foreign investment is because of corruption. What can you do about that? We'll have you done about that. Situation is absolutely opposite. Because we didn't last four years. Do a great achieve okay festival. The problem of the corruption exists. Yup. The problem of corruption. He's very serious create and we are concentrated in fighting against corruption week raid unit left four years the corruption infrastructure completely independent include independent from the president on corruption bureau, the corruption prescription office now we finish in to create a special corruption court, we'd be assistance of our foreign experts better reputable judges who I- jewelry to select the judges and the level of corruption is significantly increase. Because just today our central Bank was received an award for the transparency, we recognize our achievements in fighting against corruption in fear. We make a de centralisation sanded to the local community all the financial floor. And I think that the we proud to have an estimation from the international organization that do more reform in the last four years then in a twenty three years before I think four years ago, you said you would sell your. Company. I believe he's still haven't solved your company is it going to be sold. No. This is. We introduce absolutely new new things in the western U in eastern Europe when the politician giving absolutely blind trust to the reputable, western. Trump. No, no, no, no. Because we have a Roach. Yeah. Yeah. I I got your job..

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