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Thousands flee into Thailand following Myanmar air strikes

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Thousands flee into Thailand following Myanmar air strikes

"The German government has condemned the use of violence by security forces in Myanmar calling for it to immediately renounce the use of force and release political prisoners and even securing football tights Tesco vitamins spokesman Steffen aside but says security force tactics unfortunately reached a new sign low at the weekend I think it is distressing to see the almost daily death toll including lots of children the escalating violence which took the lives of over one hundred people on Saturday this prompted the U. N. to accuse the Myanmar junta of committing mass murder and it to criticize the international community for not doing enough to stop it I'm Charles last month

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Predictions of Email Marketing 2021

The Email Marketing Show

07:32 min | 2 months ago

Predictions of Email Marketing 2021

"What do we think is really going to be important in the coming year because even a marketing does change the priorities. The world's changes of course. What do you. What do you mean what's one of your big things that you're thinking. Twenty twenty one. The focus on what i think sending emails is probably going to be a really big thing. If we start sending emails rather than just thinking about us going to hell. No so i think one of the really big things that we talk about all of the time is engagement is is working on engagement of your email lists we all collectively trying to get away from this idea of emailing bombarding emails until they buy unsubscribe. Just build a massive mess and beat them over the head with emails. So that you. If you've got this one hundred thousand people three percent of them open your email. She might go. What still quite a lot of people. That's three thousand people might not everyday but actions. You know what that's really expense. It's hard to manage. It's not doing your marketing and good to instead. We need to focus on actually having really small list. The actively works in fact. I'm going to go as far as to say this. I recently had an email marketing platform. That was painful with rooms twenty thousand subscribers and one of my businesses and i was paying and the reason being it was like a negative price so i signed a ten years ago and so i had the place in ten years ago. Not the place today. And as a result of that. I was like clinging onto it can also be used that one day actually recently i just got rid of it and i said you know i'm not interested. I mean a different platform. Because i don't want to have a list of twenty thousand people necessarily anymore because you can do a lot more damage with a lot smaller list and be more profitable if you're willing to manage the engagement of those people into the woods. If you're willing to chop off the whole roster people who are not paying attention anymore and that's probably not gonna buy anything anymore. You can make the same amount of money. It's much smaller segment of your list. Actually if you ignore the vanity metrics of how big your walter of a-listers and instead focus on how much money you actually take thus a much better place to be right and we're talking about law you pay the bills. You can't grow a business you concrete freedom or achieve any of your goals with a big old list of of email subscribers i. It doesn't matter how big a list you wielding it. It really doesn't matter it's all. About what value are you getting from that list as a business right. Or if you're if you're if you're a non nonprofit for example who have a couple of of those guys listening. It's about the the number of people who who's having an impact on and if you're not getting any engagement not having an impact on them. Let's be honest right if people are not engaging and what would mean here is people are not actually opening in reading clicking replying to forwarding. Actually get involved in your emails just seeing your name and delete in a worse. It's not even open it. Don't even bother deleting it and your inbox engaging not literally serves. Nobody in terms of them themselves the person who subscribed they are in volley from your emails. Because they're not reading them. Say knock involved from you. Secondly you're not able to get any value from because you're not only meals that you can't make sales office to them and third and this is the most terrifying bought of at all is all of the people who do receive in from you that ability to receive from you is negatively impacted by the people who are not opening your emails you damaging reputation with the email platforms so some of the people who do want to receive m e mails from you. Who do see value in you who you can get volley from on seeing emails. So no one's even so. I think we need to have a massive focus on engagement. Now will comes down to making sure that every single email you send you ask directly for some kind of engagement. Whether it's click a link reply this thing go check this out forwarded whatever. It's going to be just to make sure that you're getting engage with the museum. So this is definitely as the as the spam world tightens up even further because everything on the internet. Don't you know so renita. Remember that all these algorithms gonna get smarter. So engagement is going to be massive for me. I think the next thing is going to be about giving people a reason to actually open your emails. What i mean by that is if all you email and look people are guilty of this. I know we can look back at my my older my previous self and see that. I used to only email people when i had a new offer. Hey here's a new. Or i was leading up to an offer giving some value in advance of framing the offer. Lots of people only email. Hey here's the next thing. I've got the next part service. The next thing the problem with that is if i receive an email if you receive an email right now from somebody and you know the only thing they email you about is other products the only reason to ever open the email is to see what they've got on sale right now or to see if if a discount on the thing you'd be careful but if you're not in zone now if you're not in a place while you're looking to buy something from the category of stuff that person sells then you've got no reason to all to open that person's emails whereas to actually give people a reason to open their emails which is not there might be a discount code or they might be a thing they want to buy. If it's actually there is value in the email themselves that they can they can enjoy that volume in get value fraum. Then there's a reason to open that email regardless of whether anita have my credit card honda not right absolutely. I think i really wanted to allow businesses idea that at the minute we think of emails is being a bit like a lot of people know a lot of people think of email is being a bit like knowing somebody comes around the doors and puts a catalog three blocks. You only look up by. If you're interested in the idea of all the i might wanna buy some new took boxes or something like a new dust or i might wanna see what gadget economic my kitchen and never used for the rest of us like the rest of the time just threw away. Just don't use it. don't even look at it emails. Become thing the to even even the big supermarkets have realized this is the case in the uk. If you go to marks and spencers right at overhaul of christmas look christmas right. They had all of that stuff inside on the lead up to christmas of. Here's the beautiful turkey you can get. And he has all this stuff but what they switched on the fact that people won't read them if there's no value enough it's a free magazine is a free calog. So what do they do. They put in beautiful turkey recipes. That had -ality the do at tesco that do it everywhere. They give you great recipes. Here's some great christmas soups and all this stuff. So there's a reason pick catalog up. Because the reason we still got two or three of them lying around in the kitchen even now because we know that some great recipes nuts and nothing so that's value in the off they are catalogs which are selling products directly. So we've gone gauge. When we think value is the second one interesting in that example you just gave just about that. O obviously the articles and the stuff that you're getting recipes is stuff that you can do with the stock you're gonna go and buy from that shop so like it's not like defeating the purpose it's not like here's the perfect ten list to go camping next week when you doing anything related accompanying it's mitchely a lotta stuff that is valuable in its own right. But it's congress when he makes sense that you're gonna be able to get results from the study you can then go and blocks from that shop and by the way kennedy. I have to say about jerry makes a lot more sense now. Marks and spencer.

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Governor puts Oregon National Guard on standby to assist with Election Day issues

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Governor puts Oregon National Guard on standby to assist with Election Day issues

"The country of racing Or the possibility of violent protests and demonstrations. Organs. Governor Kate Brown has the National guard standing by want to be very, very clear that voter intimidation And political violence will not be tolerated. The city of Portland has seen continuous demonstration since the killing of George Floyd in May. And it's presumed that Portland's streets will again be the scene of some kind of clash Tesco and is a senior reporter

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UK says EU trade talks 'over' but bloc sees room for a deal

The Leader

04:19 min | 6 months ago

UK says EU trade talks 'over' but bloc sees room for a deal

"Boris Johnson has dramatically told Britain to prepare for the new deal brexit after a bust up with Brussels on trade talks the minister put the country on notice that it's e you departure at the end of the transition period. On December, thirty first could be without a trade deal with the European bloc that could leave businesses facing tariffs and quotas to trade with European bloc and transport delays could see some food shortages. Deputy political editor Nicholas says spoke to the Evening Standard's Bonnie Christian. Nick, what happened today and we're we're expecting it. This was a bit of a surprise. This announcement by Boyce Johnson appear that the EU and the government were coming to an arrangement to continue talks next week on a trade deal. But there seems to be a difference in stance taken by the EU leaders and the European Commission. The EU leaders probably Egged on by Emmanuel macron. Stiffen the stance or the European bloc and particularly over the row over fishing. This led to a response for Mr Johnson threatening to walk away from the talks. Why has this decision been made completely out of the blue? Boys. Johnson had set a deadline of October, the fifteenth for a breakthrough. In, the negotiations in order for them to continue this has not happened basically. Going to be some woods agreed for them to continue of them pull the whole house of cards down now. One with the British demands was an intensification of talks. This had been proposed and flashed around Brussels. But when the summit conclusions came out, there was no mention of that. The government in Britain responded by saying that we were going to start prepare now for a no deal. So does this main? A deal is completely off the table? No. It doesn't mean that could mean that. But what happened Lychee now after Bush Johnson has made a statement is that the European Commission President Sheila Underlay? tweeted that a team from Brussels would be heading to London to intensify the talks. This was a key British demand. So it looks like there's been a political spat between the leaders at political level. But now that the Are, trying to keep the show on the road if we are to leave without a deal what are the big knock on effects of that, we could see here in the UK economically, they could potentially be catastrophic. You'll certainly talking about businesses, facing tariffs and also quotas. That could also be food shortages. Some shorter particular fresh food shortages in the UK I for weeks even before the threat of a no deal ruptured lunchtime the boss of TESCO's was saying that they could be some future tages. If there literally is no deal. Then obviously, the likelihood of those would increase dramatically shortly optimistic Johnson spoke that the pound fell against the euro, which is a sign of concerns. The next step is really the me t next week to see whether they eat negotiators and the okay Shakespeare's could make a break food. The meeting may not happen, but it looks like it will happen and is imposed. Sides interest to strike a deal both will play hard ball and often agreements are really only reach five minutes to midnight when both parties are staring into the abyss and the they know that unless a deal now things can get very very messy. These talks have been stalled for months. Now with a the side, not really bunching at all is there any sense of what the outcome could be? Is Too hard to tell given. The economic damage in Odio could calls and Boris Johnson will be fully aware of this and Michael is you would expect a deal to be reached but e you leaders they got the stronger hand and so we'll trying really go for the best possible for them. and. That will put pressure and strain on the British government because they really don't want to make many more concessions especially with so many hard line brexit is in the Tory party.

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Seattle Genetics takes a new identity

News, Traffic and Weather

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Seattle Genetics takes a new identity

"Here's Jim Tesco, the region's biggest biotechnology company, has a new name Seattle Genetics, which is actually in bottle announced via regulatory filing the other day that it has changed its name to see Jen. A biotech company, which has about 600 employees says it decided on the name change because it has begun to expand its presence beyond the Pacific Northwest.

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Tesla stock rally accelerates

Squawk Pod

02:44 min | 7 months ago

Tesla stock rally accelerates

"Tessa says on the move this morning at pairing gains up to the company Equity Distribution Agreement to sell up to five billion dollars of sheds. Joins us with more on that Phil Not enough to put it into negative territory though this morning pre market. No. Because I think when you look at this Agreem- in, what did Tesla has essentially done is it has formed an agreement with a series of bank and I haven't counted how many exactly I think there are seven or eight where from time to time at Tesla's direction, they will sell test shares to raise up to potentially overtime five billion dollars. Now, we don't know exactly what the schedule is going to be how frequently these sexless stock sales will take place the money is going to. Be, used according to the eight K. that they announced this with to sure up the balance sheet and provide a liquidity for the company which raises the question. HOW IS TESLA'S LIQUIDITY? It ended the second quarter with about five billion dollars in liquidity. But remember they've got some strong capital commitments that are coming. They're still building the gigafactory outside of Berlin they've made the commitment to build a gigafactory outside of Austin Texas they're constantly investing in the GIGAFACTORY which is expanding and adding more battery production outside of Reno Nevada. So I think when you look at this TESCO investors will look at this and they'll say look. We don't know exactly what they're going to be using this money for in the future but we do realize that they're going to have these big capital commitments and so now they have said with this series of banks look from time to time we will ask you to take advantage of the market and sell our shares at our direction and Phil we was saying. It's a sign of. The progress of this company that they can re raise five billion. So easily, it's a percent or so just just over a percentage of the market cap today the shares on even flinching and eighteen months ago, two years ago. This would have been nylon impossible correct and remember the reaction that we've seen over the last couple of years whenever Tesla has raised capital, it's been more muted with each capital raise there was. A big reaction. I remember to a capital rate what are they? Two or three years ago and the big question is oh. My goodness what are they doing? Is this an indication that these guys will never be able to make money for just always going to be spending money we have seen less and less of a reaction from the market with each subsequent capital raise or an indication that they will be selling shares. And the share price gains again, not just to mention the eighteen percent since August eleventh announcement of the stocks yesterday up double digit percents off the first of the stock split Phillips thanks much

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CALM, The Campaign Against Living Miserably

Mentally Yours

04:42 min | 7 months ago

CALM, The Campaign Against Living Miserably

"Simon welcomes mentally ill thanks very much for joining me. So, can we start off just with the basics tell us about com what exactly does it do? com is the campaign against living miserably, which is an excellent name and adds up to com. Ca Yellen we are we're suicide prevention, organization So our I guess chosen Lens on the world is suicide. an and that's to us as a barometer of how well society is doing and. How it needs to be fixed. In two thousand, eighteen, nineteen, the office of National Statistics numbers showed the suicide in the UK by eleven, percents, and that's off to a steady plateauing of numbers. So we can see there's something. Happening across society in the UK The needs to be addressed that now that of course, he's pretty coded pre lockdown pre economic impact or those kinds of things. So the way way tackle suicide. Is. Three one as we campaign for Societal and personal change. So we with big. Brands. The everybody will know like. TV and Dave and spotify and talk shop top man TESCO and. They just the list goes on and on positive messages people to enable them to change behaviors, which they preach may be damaging to seek help to help people around them epitomised thing by a recent partnership that we launched with Carling. Calling of the L. Become Caring and. Working there to help people. Coffee a macaw themselves also campaigning that we do is to societal change result. Of thing, we did projects four in two, thousand, eighteen, two years ago. With it in this morning we. Were responsible for the appointment of the first of A. Mischief assault prevention. So that's campaigning The second leg on stole if you like is cooled collective, which is where we bring people together will though virtually now around shed passion points. Running and And football and those kind of things when we allow people to join groups through the complexes the final on. The most. Tangible output of where we where we raise money and what we spend it on his help line, which is open from five till midnight seven days a week for anyone that needs it whatever agenda whatever you need when non-judgmental and hotline staffed by Professionals by people who are paid to work on the outline and their that to give advice to help people whether you're at your wit's end and suicide is is becoming an option will help you with a You might be feeling just a little bit. Wait it out by what's going on right now I now I am on most people with to help you any with anything that you need. You might be feeling fine worried about somebody else without help Yugoslavia all no matter what com is there to help. You have a happy life and to try to Change Society for the better. I'm what about you? Personally, when did you get involved in? Why did you want to get involved with this charity in particular? Up I've never worked for charity or been involved in mental health tool I. Wilson Television in the business and then lastly, in appetizing don't judge me but I I was literally run up by the Chairman James skulks to say why you why senior life will advising advertising agencies on stuff coming through something worthwhile for four months and of site. That's three and a half years in is fantastic. It's calm. I. Think he's attractive to so many people because we don't behave like a charity. Now, that is any way to denigrate chows as a child. She's fantastic. Brilliant things Supplement stuff that arguably government should be doing but did have have real profound pup calm is a charity but we behave and communicates in ways which may be more like a a modern brand. So we communicate through music and comedy and football, and running and cycling, and or those kind of things which we tap into popular culture So we've seen huge growth in the last three years most notably in the use of helpline, which is which is more than double. So it's a brilliant privileged to be able to run the thing.

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Gary Bernhardt - TypeScript and Testing

Full Stack Radio

06:11 min | 8 months ago

Gary Bernhardt - TypeScript and Testing

"Thing that you said about the test, we verifying the behavior system is totally true if you number one have well, if you have perfect coverage to the system. And that doesn't mean just line wise coverage because executing every line isn't sufficient. It doesn't mean even path coverage path coverage means like let's say you have a function with two with a conditional with two sides and an els, and then after that on related to the second conditional with two sides, you have four paths to that function because you can take either side of the first conditional on either side of the second. So. Even covering all the paths isn't sufficient because the data might vary in weird ways that 'cause you might, for example, you never thought to test for when some arrays empty and you're indexing until you're getting an undefined out your test never tested that. So the thing about. Let's throw away the integer versus strength and just think about like you have a function that takes a supposedly takes a string. and. You didn't think about what happens if it's undefined. Well, maybe you never pass undefined that function, but maybe you pass something that was indexed out of an array to a, and if that array was emptier, didn't contain that index, you're going to get an undefined and this is like at least in dynamic languages. This is one of the most common and annoying sources of bugs is whatever kind of knowles your language has and they show up. Yeah Yeah. Exactly. And these languages tend to have very lax with with somewhat an exception of Python. They have very lax handling of knowles. So like indexing ray with an unexpected index gives you all in undefined, her nail or whatever. It's called same thing with Hashes objects. So. One of the big benefits of a static type system. As you can say, this function takes a string and under no conditions will allow you to pass an undefined into their. except. Took mentioned, the type script was designed under severe constraints. Actually, type script does have this problem because of the type of indexing array is the type of the array. It is not union with undefined. So. This is not the greatest example, but there are lots of sort of other situations like this objects are a better example. Cause type stripped will prevent you from. Accessing a property that doesn't exist on an object and getting an unexpected undefined, and then passing that down into a function that never expected the undefined, all of that kind of weird. Stuff. This kind of weird bugs that can only occur due to run time. Data. A lot of them go away, not all of them and you know the language determines how many if you're programming Idris like really, you get pretty close to all them going away if you programming in type script like. It probably gets you eighty percent of the way towards preventing those kinds of things. But. This stuff comes up constantly with. A. So that was all. That's all of that was supposing perfect test coverage. You still have these problems that are based on run time data. They're not based on the structure of the code you wrote, would that mean that you don't actually have perfect test coverage though like that is the implication. So. I. Don't want to write I, don't want to one. Hundred Percent Path Coverage, I? Don't even want achieve one hundred percent line coverage. So an execute programs code base. The ratio of test code to should've written the actual number down, but it's something like maybe four to one production code test code is. That is that feels like a lot more production code to TESCO than what I remember seeing like the destroyer software screen casts and stuff. Like Ruby and rails stuff. Yeah, and it's a lot. It's a lot more production to test than in the destroy all software code base as well because in Ruby and like I have to. Constantly. Protect myself from from mistakes. and. With type script and play. I can strategically test. Things at just the right place. So like EXCO program has this core bit of code that handles year kind of progression through a course and the lessons and so on. That's really critical and quite complex code. All of that is like just paranoid testing around because if any of that ever goes wrong, it's going to get baked into the database and it's you know it's GonNa be there forever. But for example, our reactor components. Strictly speaking we have zero tests around the entire react. And that's there are a few points that are actually tested, but they're kind of factored out like reducer, kind of stuff like the actual. Component testing. But just like there's some areas of logic that I'd extract, it emerged test for because it was easier to write the code if I had tests while I was writing it sorta thing. Yep, exactly. and that's not to say that the front is never tested because we have some Cyprus tests drive a browser so. Are, tests actually step through every single lesson in the system just to make sure that nothing blows up, but that's more of a just a giant smoke test. So. And it requires no incremental work when I write new content or new components, just kind of works for free. So. By, having type script in place, not having to worry about all the wiring of components I can focus on. Very, complex tight fine grain tests for the core logic. Of the system and I can have this nice high level test runs through and make sure nothing is totally broken, but I don't have to write a whole lot of just really boring like this component. When it this, it renders you know with this class or whatever I. Don't do any of that stuff and. I. Think it's worked really well, I have no regrets about about switching type script for that purpose because the overhead is quite small when programming but the test over the saved as massive, I mean, we're talking about. I wrote a blog post with numbers in it, but I think it was something like the system would be two point, five times as many lines of code. If I had done standard, what was it two to one test to code ratio?

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"tesco" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:14 min | 9 months ago

"tesco" Discussed on WJR 760

"Totally Now people are buying into it in record numbers, and frankly, you don't have much of a choice. So how does the Tesco see consumer perceptions? And the expectations of the electrification affecting the automotive industry in the United States. Tesco Technologies has a clear conviction that the future of mobility will be electrified. In fact, as you said, it's already happening both globally and in the U. S. We see a mentor market in the U. S. For a healthy mix of standard combustion engines, hybrids and full electric vehicles. And since hybrids and fully these are still at a pretty low level globally Oh, and in the US, That means there will be a lot of growth from electrification. With the Tesco doing quite well and approaching the spinoff, I presume waiting a little bit for an improvement in market conditions. I mean, would that be a fair guess? Yeah, That's exactly right, Paul. We're waiting for the market externally to improved. This isn't the best environment in order to do a spinoff. So, as I said earlier, our motivations very high, but unfortunately, we have to wait a little bit well, we'll see what the market does. But meanwhile, you're not standing still, as we speak here with Sandy's Trajkovski, the CEO of North America form a Tesco you have about I think last count about 50 or so locations and 40,000 plus employees globally. Yeah, That's right. You know, it's a really unique time for us for sitting off as a kind of start up if you will, But we're doing that from such a solid base of Ah, large organization like you just mentioned on with that that we're pretty excited with what our future has in store. Tell me a little bit about your background if you would, Sandy. Sure, I'm born and raised in southeast Michigan. And let's see if you're born in this area. You have kind of two things running through your veins. For me. That was automotive and something I think we have in common with is the Michigan go blue engineer head background, but some many years ago have really transitioned. More of a business leader from being an engineer. And that's a big deal. How big of a change? Is it going from the kind of mind set and thinking and process as an engineer to now, what obviously is a bit broader. In terms of you work with engineers, and you work with other people and bringing that altogether. I gotta believe. Obviously, it's been kind of exciting for you. Absolutely as an engineer. Engineers are problem solvers. If you really break it down, and so instead of engineering products these days or even processes for manufacturing organizations. Now I'm helping to organize our overall organization and people and making sure that all are really important team members can fulfill their fullest potential. So It's really just another engineering problem, but it's got a wider impact. Tesco Technology's part.

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Showing off our personal bars - Personal projects

Front End Happy Hour

09:21 min | 1 year ago

Showing off our personal bars - Personal projects

"Welcome to episode one hundred and one of the front unhappy our podcast. It's actually been along milestone tat. Hit episode one hundred. Do you think we will maybe hit the milestone of two hundred at point only if the government bails us out jemmy needs some of that sweet sweet cash out small business bailout money. Yeah but definitely. It's kind of exciting to be released though episode. One hundred ten for this episode. We all focus a lot of our time on engineering work for large companies. But we've always you know there's always been side projects or things that we've worked on throughout our careers and so we thought it'd be in this episode to be really cool to share some details about some of our side projects that we've done in the past before we get started. Let's go around and give introductions of today's panelists Augusta's you want to start off. Sure maims Augusta's software engineer at twitch. Jim Young Senior software engineer at net flicks. And I am Ryan Burgess. I'm a software engineering manager at net flicks. So only the three of us today. So we'll be fine art in each episode the Front End Happier podcast. We love to choose a keyword that if it's mentioned all in the podcast we will all take a drink. What did we decide? Today's keyword is personal personal. Awesome all right so if we say the word personal which I'm sure we will. We will all take a drink to start off. I'm really interested and curious to hear each of your side projects that you've done in the past. I'm sure there's been a few and I'd love to hear some of the things that you've done and I can say. This topic came up with from our previous episode. We did a twitch livestream one of our listeners asked. Hey y'all talk about corporate programming all the time because the corporations do you ever do personal side projects anymore. And here's like jeers took a topic Let's see done a few in the past or if done many in the past obviously Yeah One Shoghi engineer who is pretty senior and like who's never done a side project like it just doesn't happen like I think to get where you are up to some sort of work on the side. It's just the nature of being is offering engineer. I feel like that's how I learned like that's really how I truly learned. It was constantly China. Solve some sort of a problem that I was really excited to do and build and and I felt like I learned a lot by doing that. You can read and learn but I feel like actually applying it. is where I excelled to learn. Really quickly yeah. I agree I find that when you work in just for your job. You're so focused on the problem and just maybe shipping. Like how do you ship it out to users? But the nicely. Cy Projects is he can really focus more on the learning aspect of. Oh this is what I ideally want to build and even if it's even if it doesn't solve anything it's like exciting. Maybe you might choose a random new technology like oh I WANNA learn view this time where something. It's just really nice. You've a lot more freedom and also you can cut corners it. Does you're like whatever it's my project. I'm going to do what I want. Great Test if you want. Combine your coat if you want. You should always comment your code. I've heard him say that. I do MICO because looking at my repo from years ago and my projects. I'm glad my code because I have no idea what I was doing at the time and the comments. I'm like okay. I can make a quick change here if I need to because I commented my code so I'm guilty. I gotTA say on my side projects. I HAVE NOT APPLIED. The Best Practices sometimes and it has that commenting is seriously. It is bit me in the ass a few times. 'cause YOU'RE RIGHT MIGHT. WanNa make a change to something and you're like I'll just quickly go do that. But when you haven't made those comments it becomes really difficult then. It becomes a bigger tour to try and make that change. So I'm with you gem. I should take that advice more often. I'll say this that it's controversial for those listening in the car. At home I would comment my code before I wrote tests. If you're asking me like which one is more valuable for personal projects commenting code like I? Almost I almost never test for my personal projects like I. I don't care I know it's bad practice Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah but that there's stakes so unless is doing something for money but that point it'd be more of a side hustle. Not a personal project cheers cheers. It's funny I feel like a lot of people are really obsessed with test driven development or really. Let's run the tests upfront first. And then you have one hundred percent code coverage or all these things but especially for side projects you know. Just just build what you want to build the damping get me started on the like one hundred percent TESCO. Yeah it's like I don't believe that I mean I don't think you can do it no I don't. I don't think the schools Aaron I don't think there's one hundred percent test coverage like if that's the case then you never have bugs and if that's the case I don't know there's no there's no case for us. No bugs like it doesn't happen before begins. I like the projects we've been working on. I'll say like a failure that I see and I think what discourages a lot of new people is feel like. Oh I wanNA build something. I want to build a quick game website on my own. You ask vice on twitter people like well what you need is react starter kit. You need that you need every was bad. You need Apache. You like your own server. You need like a million things to get started. I'm like no start with an html page at a script tag and like see where you go if you need that sort of thing cool but if you look at most of the work that I've done in the past arise I projects thereby minimum minimum. Like maybe node almost never framework it just like hassle. And if I'm doing that I'm not learning anything it's different if you're trying to react or view or angular something like that but I really think side projects for exploration just like free form like art as you can make it and if you get too hung up on like the precision tests in like the right framework and all these things then you're kind of doing yourself a disservice using the frameworks grader. Using node or some other language that you're like I'm just kinda curious about learning or this will do the job really well absolutely but I used that people get hung up too much on getting all the things like I gotTa make sure web pack is configured of gotTa make sure that all these different tasks are happening. Do your point. I'm like maybe just writing some vanilla javascript in a script tag might actually do. Do just what you need for that project. I think another one that I always hear too is especially when people are trying to learn something. It's like well what can I create? That's already been created. I'm always like go create another facebook. I honestly you'll learn lots like if that's something that you want to do is create another social network or game or something like that. That's a great way to learn as recreating something From scratch yeah plus one thousand two that I felt like I had that kind of same mentality. Where as they own. This sounds like a good idea. That's already done like I guess the world doesn't need it and it's like don't don't think of everything you want to build as something that needs to solve a problem that everyone has barely. I mean those are good problems to solve. I guess just do it. Even for learning for your own sake is like a really beneficial side project. I was like doing projects or something that will make my life better in like or easier like some when I think of building like tool or command line tools script plug in library. Something that I'm creating like. Hey this help me. And just the smallest slightest way to be more productive or just shave off some time. Whatever it is if I throw it up on get hub in like one or two people find it useful. Great if not who cares. It made my life easier. And that's all that matters and and it was cool to create like that's kind of the way I look at it yet. I want to hear the past projects that you've all worked on. I think I know of two that worked on but it's embarrassing as not that big but I I guess I'm proud of the proud of proud of them enough. I would pin them on my of with zero stars or but So one project I worked on was it's called co Co Nami. Commando it's on MPM and literally all it is is. There's this thing called the code and I forgot what game did it. But there's a lot of games they have this secret code. This contrast I'll cut. Yeah so yeah. So there's this codes like up up down down left right left right B. A or something and I saw a lot of game stewart. I thought it'd be cool if it'd be like there's just this cool mpm package they could just install onto your website and then you could just have this very convenient handler that said when this chain of commands was was done then it would just do something as I just published it Npr One day so so the added. It's awesome yeah I love it. Yeah the this was like when I was like super new to MPM in general is like Oh wow. There's a whole package manager and so I just thought it'd be cool thing to do

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Procter & Gamble Posts Biggest U.S. Sales Gain in Decades

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Procter & Gamble Posts Biggest U.S. Sales Gain in Decades

"Tesco consumer products giant Procter and gamble reported its biggest U. S. sales increase in decades as we stock up on household mainstays from laundry detergent to cough medicine increased the and in the U. S. more than offset steep declines in China P. and G. is the first maker of household staples to report financial results for the start of twenty twenty its shares are marginally higher

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"tesco" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"tesco" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To Tesco in nineteen treatments and to identify antibodies that would help people fend off this virus but with the new focus the immediate future of cancer research is blurred they spent there that's not the dice those same things that to facilitate research that is the good news this is no time for competition this is dying to all of us work together that only thing teams that stats for humanity and Terry doesn't discriminate so that I right I don't think of anything like this I don't think any of what scientists think so friendly that credit competition that just won a character firing actual to deal with he said that if he sees the bad news to limit the spread of sars Kobe to the virus that causes Kobe nineteen cancer researchers in the lab were sent home we have worked for a while on hold to cancer research right now in the lap to minimize exposure cancer center at northwestern medicine has embarked on a new initiative coated nineteen research they have developed that collaborative project trying to come up with a test that would detect antibodies the call for you and that's very important because then we will know who has immunity people who have been treated and having nearly so they asked us to participate in that too to get them set up from the get updates from some of our patients we got back convalescent plasma is a type of immune therapy dating back to the early nineteen hundreds but it's become a therapy of hope for emerging infectious diseases like Mercer any bola and now Colbert nineteen essentially using the blood from one patient to make an immune booster for another here's how it works hyper immune globulins come from plasma of patients have tested positive then fought off an infection first doctors take blood from the patient once they've healed antibodies from the donor are separated out in the lab then transferred to a newly infected patient or possibly to help the patient to prevent future infection the antibodies seek out and destroy the virus brewing in the patient waging war on the foreign infection and increasing the chance of recovery recovery has always been a goal for cancer center director Dr Leon platonic yes who says since cancer patients are among those most at risk in this pandemic the move to help with coping nineteen research makes sense it is cancer Colby is a particular extract cancer patients he said particular threats you know no compromise station school get chemotherapy or radiation so we are at yeah I need to support I've gotten several checks that will address specific issues linking call the cancer doctor Petani AS believes ultimately given the speed with which science is.

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New policies enacted in Britain over panic shopping

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

New policies enacted in Britain over panic shopping

"I think buying around Britain in reaction to the spread of the coronavirus has left supermarket shelves around the country and T. prompting pretty supermarket chains to bring in measures to limit customer's stockpiling produce limitations have been in place to allow elderly and vulnerable people to be able to get the products they need Tesco Britain's largest supermarket chain is limiting customers to three items each across its entire product range and Sainsbury's was out the past hour of trading and its tools the elderly and vulnerable customers Karen Thomas London

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Ruminating on Food

The Sustainable Futures Report

07:28 min | 1 year ago

Ruminating on Food

"We start with an interview. Anthony Davis now guest today on the sustainable futures report you'll the CEO of big bomb which is a not for profit organization which is being trading for some twenty years. As I understand that your role is to encourage healthy eating and sustainable agriculture correct. So how do you do that? Well we when I first set up. I'm a fifth generation farmer and set up the side. Because we were growing onions in Norfolk at them. Every time we went to sell them we could get about one hundred pounds a tonne and two days later. We'd see the onions on the TESCO shelved for about eight hundred pounds a tonne Food supply chain has is giving as Dale and consumes about Dale because If anyone turned out femme Australians we'd be happy to sell them off the process signet so the big bomb is all about reconnecting. People buy that through came from at helping to sell directing consumers by right and we're hoping that process that people would find us about three day on eight health late because they buy fresh local food. You've been doing quantitative what with schools leave. That's right we say that To change people to cooking and buying food we really need to act on the influences and we say the main influences as children because if you can get children eighteen lane that parents wanting healthy fade away. It'll encourage parents to eat better food as well. So what you're doing with the children in the schools well we ran a project in Leicester where we went in every week to help the kid. Some grow seats In plant pulse and that we built some raise bets implanted fruit trees and these children lentil about growing food and when it was ready they were really enthused to taste it and Actually Cook with it and we had this added incentives that they could then take. Will they'd grown to the local shop and the local shop and sell it for them and says cool crop for the shop and it was really brilliant way of introducing children about food and growing only plans to roll it out further into other schools across the country. We absolutely love to because We Got Twenty six thousand schools in this country and we found out that fourteen thousand of them will go to veg. Patch and a m Or Garden as would actually quite easy the mold getting both but unfortunately it's not on the curriculum and at the end of the year with the School Esta. We went to the teacher. Teaching nights as the VEGGIE PATCH. We managed to get a lot of them. Academic Subjects Fetch. So are you going to do it? And she said On anything what's on the creation and unfortunately waving running petition for a long time about getting school food growing grant and cookie on the curriculum and The the government with allstate only measure scope foments on a level massive English and. That's a big mistake. So we all lobbying and we'd love to do more but we're restricted by government mind. That's a dead end for the moment. Unfortunately them while there is a new food and farming policy coming out at the moment and being worked on and we hope that with the evidence week with another number of other organizations that it will change and the government will say the opportunity. Because if you can if you can change able to eat healthy food I think at the moment. Twenty percent of energy as spend is on food related disease so we can get paid eighteen healthy food and if we get infants at school eating healthy food we could see some massive savings Indiana chess. I just told me that again. Twenty percent direction of. Nhs expenditure is on food related disease. Yeah and I think ten percent diabetes and the rest is Be St in Hop. Z's and Allah food related problems. So Yeah Yeah. That's a lot can be done. And I think the time is ripe with Brexit and with people about mole and with the The massive amounts of food aid programs on TV like Brexit. To this will start thinking about whether food comes from and We have kind of news of out sanctions and import duties on some products. Hopefully things like Kim American. None cheap food chlorinated chicken and processed pool come from low animal welfare factories in America said that they will be on. The tariffs kept type thing. Yeah okay Ob some GT but Mr Trump doesn't want much self-aware going to have to look into domestic food production. We're GONNA have to and hopefully when people see this. Trait will happening with cheat American food. They'll stop thinking about will feed they should buy and when they to seek market. They'll think about whether three comes from clear. Labelling which will be really good at. But the I need Kinda Is someone who is produced locally. And he's a he's reputations in state which is where all Lakewood food map comes in. Not Yes I was gonNA come onto that single food map. Tell us about not because it seems to be a cover the whole country. I looked at my lug layer. Your canoe got five or six produces listed so tell me more about it well. It's constantly evolving constantly. Updating map that Tim at eight and a half thousand local food outlets on it and every outlet has a username password to add pictures video description and even build themselves online shop if they want to do now is we share all matt with many websites we can so we'd love Yorkshire Websites to have on that and actually be adding to it and the idea. Is that when you have it? Looks like it's you'll 's and the mole websites have the map the mold as who will not benefit because they can update page updates. Don't allow the websites so I'm to help that process we becoming am a co-op community benefit society. We're sending a message that everyone can deposits and if its success. We share in the SUCCESS FOR ALL RANDOM. A lot of these companies that Backed by venture capitalists Orem investors. Who saw cancel the money?

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IBM's Ginni Rometty retiring after nearly 40 years at tech giant

News, Traffic and Weather

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

IBM's Ginni Rometty retiring after nearly 40 years at tech giant

"IBM is getting a new chief executive the technology giant made Arvind Krishna as its new CEO effective April sixth three placing a Ginni Rometty who will continue as executive chairman of the board through the end of the year that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco

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British Girl Finds Christmas Card Message From Shanghai Prisoner

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:49 min | 1 year ago

British Girl Finds Christmas Card Message From Shanghai Prisoner

"A six year old girl in south London was writing Christmas cards to the kids in her class when she found a bizarre message written inside one of the cards it said in part we are our foreign prisoners forced to work against our will. Please help us. The card was made in China and the message appeared to be written by a factory worker. NPR's Frank Langfitt is watching all of this from London. He frank the high well. So what do we know about what happened here. Well the the girl names Florence Whitaker. My believe was opening up to to write to a friend and Inside the note also said it was it was written I think in caps it said please. He's notify Human Rights Organization. And please contact. Peter Humphry now Peter Humphrey lives in In Greater London he's a he was a corporate fraud investigator. Who served serve time in this exact prison ching-kuo Shanghai suburb now? Humphry was eventually released in two thousand fifteen and the family reached out to Humphry Who wrote about in the Sunday Times of Humphries to be a Reuters reporter The cord was sold by the British supermarket. Chain TESCO TESCO has said they're suspending any orders on on these cards And are investigating so in the meantime the Chinese Foreign Ministry says this is a hoax. They say it's just not true. Are they offering any evidence. Install not yet that I've seen but the Chinese company that made the cards is emphatic. That it never contracted with this prison. Outside of Shanghai and saying the charge of using forced labor is completely fabricated. Now the the Foreign Ministry. Actually this is very curious. Noel actually blames Humphry. Personally don't says that that he's suggests that he's behind all of this. Now there's a there's a past year. The Chinese government said Humphry was imprisoned for illegally collecting citizens information. I've talked to Humphrey Humphry on the phone. He says that Charles Bogus. It was never heard in court and he actually says he recognizes the handwriting of the card as a prisoner that he he knew when he was in the prison and now I asked him about the foreign ministry's claim that he's behind this and Humphry says this is just a typical kind of response that the government uses to any accusations about human rights abuses. This is the kind of opposite you get you get a lie. You get a complete lie in response. The one thing about this message is is a little bit different. Maybe it's very. He's very personal attack on me accusing Fabricating Story But you know. I didn't invent a little girl in south London than her father who have never known in my life and I didn't invent the message handed to me So it's absolutely ridiculous. Okay that was. Peter Humphry Frank. You were based in Shanghai for five years. Did you ever come across stories like this. Yeah it's actually not all that uncommon. These sorts of messages tend to surface in Chinese products. Every few years There back in two thousand twelve. There's a woman in Oregon who discovered an account of torture in Halloween decorations. That were made in China Back in two thousand fourteen. I interviewed on American sociology. Professor is named Stuart Foster. He'd served time for theft and I talked him after he got out From prison from jail actually and he said he'd been forced to assemble Christmas. slights in a jail in Guangdong Province. His quota was three thousand lights. I think a day and he said the prisoners who didn't meet quotas were beaten. This is what he told me. There was one one particular leader during the month of July that was particularly sadistic braided. A few of the Christmas light cores together and e would come up behind inmates that were working slow and slash them across the back. Now now foster told me that he remembered one inmate being whipped and this this inmate was mentally slow foster thought he could actually see the welts warm on his his back after he was struck. And after I did that story no L. I I've been I've received messages on facebook and elsewhere from other former inmates saying that they've made Christmas ornaments and things like that in Chinese prisons. All sounds outrageous. What did human rights groups say about? What's going on and on there? They say that this is kind of standard operating procedure. We're in a lot of prisons. In China. Prison business is prison. Manufacturing and and sort of providing labor is big business. You can find advertisements online's online for this and Human Rights Watch resume estimates. There could need millions working at this. I was talking to your Chiro Wong. She's a research with human rights. Watch and this is how she put according adding to Chinese law that prisoners as long as you have ability to labor. You'll have to labor so you know. Forced Labor is given imprisoned in China in the couple of seconds we have left their labor. Lots in China. Right there are but what a Yoyo says. The prison system is opaque and they don't follow

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Inside Christmas Card, Girl Finds Plea From Chinese Prison Laborers

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Inside Christmas Card, Girl Finds Plea From Chinese Prison Laborers

"And the British grocery chain Tesco has suspended its supply of Christmas cards from a Chinese factory over allegations of forced labor the Sunday times reports on a six year old girl from south London who made this discovery in a note in her Tesco cards it read we are foreign prisoners in Shanhai gene pool prison China forced to work against our will please help us to notify human rights organization of Tesco says the supplier will be dropped if these

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"tesco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"tesco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For control and British grocery giant Tesco has suspended its supply of Christmas cards from a Chinese factory but the allegations of forced labor China is taking steps to further open up its industries Yvonne van I'll have that story Sunday talk shows bristle with impeachment debate Biden calls for healing the nation remembering deaths of the homeless I'm mark mills with global news the giants get by the red skins in overtime in week sixteen of the NFL season the jets Jill the Steelers to damage Pittsburgh playoff hopes New York ambushes Anaheim at the garden in NHL action I'm Donna page with those stories and more coming up in Bloomberg sports that's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Asia on Bloomberg eleven three oh New York Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington DC Bloomberg one oh six one Boston Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco Sirius XM one nineteen and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business at it's now eleven in the morning in Tokyo which means the Japanese market will go on lunch break at the bottom of the hour if you're joining us from the APEC region good morning I'm dead prisoner the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York and I'm Paul Allen and city rich good afternoon from me one minute past one on Monday afternoon on what is a shortened and broken trading week with Christmas and opening day holidays so how we shaping up on this we can see some low volumes that I definitely low volume as of right now a mixed picture but if you back up a step Paul barren mind that the U. S. equity market was on a tear Friday we close it records across the board for the Dow the S. and P. and the nasdaq and within the last hour we had the news on China cutting some import tariffs beginning January first will impact that story in a little bit of a detail momentarily we've got stability in the yen after some weakness during the New York session Friday one oh nine forty two and that the Japanese equity market is higher with the Nikkei of about three tenths of one percent in Hong Kong hang sang better by two tenths of one percent the Shanghai composite opened negative we're not pushing up about a tenth of one percent we had a trade data export numbers really for the south Korean market first twenty days of December overall a drop of two percent this is year over year but if you look at the semi conductors alone chip exports were down sixteen point seven percent that is been a persistently weak area of the south Korean economy Korean one right now down about a tenth of one percent against the dollar so where weaker and in the equity space the cost with off about two tenths of one percent meantime in Sydney SX two hundred is down about three tenths of one percent and where the ten year treasury is concerned we're now yielding one point nine one percent fall in that's in the Tokyo session let's go back to that store you mentioned earlier Dr the Chinese government sample count import tariffs for goods including frozen bulk pharmaceuticals paper products and some high end components a metal starts from the first of January merrily we spoke with Dominic Schneider he's head of commodities and Asia Pacific currencies at UBS he said he doesn't expect things to improve tremendously things are at least moving in the right direction our face one deal was all about the easy stuff will have to tough stuff at the later stage but at least we have some form of agreement and it shows that US and China can agree and I think that kind of hope is going to fuel probably asset market and investors for two thousand and twenty the Chinese government says the cuts are being made to promote high quality development of trade officials from Japan and South Korea will be meeting today for their first formal talks in more than a year and interestingly China will be the mediator Seoul and Tokyo have been in a bitter dispute on an array of issues since after the second World War lately the focus has been right on the issue of trade and Japanese export controls on materials used to make semiconductors now the technology is considered very sensitive in Japan became concerned about what it saw as south Korea's insufficient security well over the weekend Japan's Asahi Shimbun reported that these cards have been lifted you know they've been really been inflicting a great deal of pain on south Korean chip makers and as Bloomberg Brian faller tells us on the Japanese side as well they hit Japanese suppliers of those goods and and it's something that the Japanese companies were not happy to see in addition to those export controls Japan remove South Korea from the list of trusted export destinations which is all about how quickly they carry out checks it imports to make sure they're okay and as I mentioned a moment ago the south Korean government to reported earlier today exports in the first twenty days of September down just two percent against last year but again the chip exports highly sensitive industry down nearly seventeen percent in the first twenty days of December Paul what China is taking steps to further open up its industries we've got more on that story from Bloomberg's Yvonne man China's economy is growing at the slowest pace in three decades and private firms are increasingly facing tougher access to capital the new government planned targets twenty seven million private.

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"tesco" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"tesco" Discussed on AP News

"The Sunday times raise questions about the factories and labor practices after a 6 year old girl in south London found the card in her books already had a message written inside it read we are 4 in prison as in Shanghai can prove prison China forced to work again so well please help us and notify human rights organization the girl's father told the BBC that first I thought the message as a prank but then realized it was potentially serious Tesco said it was shocked by the discovery and would never allow prison labor in its supply chain so shockingly London

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Tesco halts work at Chinese factory over prison labor claim

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Tesco halts work at Chinese factory over prison labor claim

"The Sunday times raise questions about the factories and labor practices after a six year old girl in south London found the card in her books already had a message written inside it read we are four in prison as in Shanghai can prove prison China forced to work again so well please help us and notify human rights organization the girl's father told the BBC that first I thought the message as a prank but then realized it was potentially serious Tesco said it was shocked by the discovery and would never allow prison labor in its supply chain so shockingly London

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"tesco" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:56 min | 1 year ago

"tesco" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Card bolted Tesco she found a chilling message written signed the note scolding capital letters said fallen prisoners of the jail in Shanghai will being forced to work against their will it S. whoever opened the cut to contact human rights organizations a Tesco spokeswoman said the supermarket chain was shocked at the discovery she said the Chinese firm attorney recently being audited and there'd be no indication that either bill can at Tesco will the fans the use of prisoners to make its products polling stations have opening Croatia for presidential election eleven candidates are running in the first round innocent is fixing it and a former social democratic prime minister are among those standing the two most popular candidates will face a runoff news from the BBC India's prime minister Narendra Modi's has highlighted the slogan about unity in diverse city being the country's strength as protests continue against his government's controversial new citizenship low Mr Murray was addressing a rally in the capital Delhi at the start of his party's campaign full state elections more than twenty people have died in ten days of clashes between the security forces and protesters angry about the new goal anti government protesters have been demonstrating in cities across southern they're wrong okay head of a deadline for the naming of a new prime minister roads have been blocked and strike schooled in Basra and the one near thousands of protesting students have gathered in the holy cities of Karbala and Najaf for many weeks the demonstrators have been demanding an overhaul of the entire political system which they regard as corrupt and failing the French president Emmanuel McCall has criticized his country's current colonial control over West Africa well in the visits to Ivory Coast he called for a page to be turned on the cost of all you'll read a faucet too often today France is viewed as having an overly aggressive and gymnastic view and the trappings of colonialism that was a grave mistake and a fourth of the Republic along with the I. Florian presidents on the samba to Russia Mister McCall also announced that the colonial era CFA from those used in this whole region will be replaced next year with the new currency the echo voters in his back is Donna taking part in the country's first parliamentary elections since the death of its former strongman president three years ago president south Cadmus your F. took over in twenty sixty and I guess it is from the Philippine government and the country's communist rebels have recommended both sizes here to a Christmas ceasefire AC joint statement following talks in the Netherlands there's no word yet on whether I this site will agree to the suggestion BBC news this is from our own correspondent on the BBC world service on Rebecca kids be welcome to the program it's the last edition of the year coming up we go to the ends of the earth to find out what's really happening to on tante because Vaast shelves of polar ice one correspondent his of other concerns in the Cayman Islands with his worry that huge cruise ships are harming the carribean sea life and we even delve beneath the F. for treasure along with the French pig sniffing out some delicious truffles first though to the island of Taiwan which Beijing claims as part of its territory but which has had its own government since nineteen forty nine China's foreman nationalist rulers under Chiang kai shek retreated to tie one at the end of the Chinese civil war and always rejected any idea of reuniting with the mainland under communist rule but the people's Republic of China insists it is in charge of all China and has pressured other countries as well as Taiwan itself to accept that line as the B. B. C.'s former China correspondents Duncan Hewitt discovered when he returned to report on the islands elections Beijing and history still cost a long shadow over Taiwan but it's increasingly pluralistic society is now more inclined to stand up to China Taiwan's old red brick government building is not somewhere I expected to be confronted with radical new ideas lost on I visited more than twenty years ago it's musty corridors were home to aging swung the gentleman in suits who insisted that their party the nationalist KMC was still the rightful ruler of all China Audrey Tang is a little different dressed in a black and grey tie dye coat over a black shirt the thirty eight year old former hacker is now Thailand's digital minister machines use yeah sticky pulls up pictures charts on websites on her tablet it's tempting to describe her as a breath of fresh air in fact she's more of a volcanic eruption of words and ideas about popular participation in governance consensus building social innovation her job is to solicit public opinion using online platforms and face to face meetings then knock heads together in different ministries and turn public feedback into government policy the idea is to respond to people who are about to occupy Poland she grins and she should know she herself was propelled into government after taking part in an occupation of parliament by students and NGOs in twenty fourteen in protest of growing Chinese investment in Taiwan several other occupy his as she calls them also work in her office the topic she tackles may not be the most dramatic they include simplifying permits for hiking in the mountains once controlled by Taiwan's powerful military and training nurses on remote offshore islands to give diagnoses without a doctor being present but laws have been changed they've introduced immediate electricity shut downs for companies found to be polluting by citizens who checked by a local river water using testing boxes they revise the rules on taxis and ride hailing apps even banned plastic strolls for Taiwan's popular bubble tea and they've also introduced an annual presidential hackle phone to encourage new ideas and with Taiwan's few diplomatic allies increasingly squeezed by Beijing or three times initiatives now play a growing politicians the islands global outreach she's just back from Ethiopia where a Taiwanese social enterprise demonstrated cheap new tuberculosis tests using artificial intelligence the idea was the slogan on her business card says is that Taiwan can help it's a sign of the confidence of an increasingly pluralistic society old retiring herself is a fitting symbol she's also the first transgender individuals to become a minister and she says she's met little public resistance such openness is in striking contrast to the society I first visited in nineteen eighty seven when the KMC still ran Taiwan as a one party state now after democratic transition in the nineteen nineties museums record the brutality of the old regime Taiwan's indigenous peoples once ignored now have reserved seats in parliament women's status is vastly improved to president site is the first female leader of any Chinese society and in may twenty nineteen Taiwan became the first state in Asia to legalize same sex marriage the contrast with mainland China went off to some opening the government has tightened control on civil society is also stock while Beijing restricts debate over Hong Kong an exhibitor Taipei's museum of contemporary art features messages of support for the protests there president site has also back the protesters this further angered Beijing but it's boosted her domestic popularity particularly since China's presidency gin paying recently announced that he wanted Taiwan to return to Chinese rule under the same one country two systems formula which Beijing promised to Hong Kong recent polls show a growing majority of Taiwanese citizens support the status quo no declaration of independence but no reunification with China but on the Chinese shadow there is still division and suspicion in this young democracy critics accuse president site of exploiting the Hong Kong situation some say the government has bypassed you legal process for political ends by freezing assets of old K. M. T. related institutions a charge it denies president size DVP meanwhile warns of Chinese infiltration by a social media or mainstream media whose owners have invested in China to influence voters politicians on all sides acknowledge the tensions with Beijing could grow many expect presidency to push harder for reunification in the coming years but Audrey Tang is always remains positive she's promoting education on fake news and she says this too wide interest in her work among grassroots activists on the mainland she notes that China's leaders have signed up to the same you and development goals if they come around she says I'm sure tie one can help the question may be just how much help Taiwan itself will need in the meantime and that was Duncan Hewitt small island nations often have to stick up for their own interests against much larger more powerful neighbors and opponents whether they all nation states all multinational corporations in the Cayman Islands in the caravan this concern over a big infrastructure project which may have more to offer outsiders than locals came Mandaeans a Jew to vote in a referendum early in twenty twenty on controversial plans to redevelop the island's major port Vivian newness went to hear what all the fuss is about Grand Cayman has all the trappings of a picture perfect tropical carribean island white sands palm trees and the kind of warm turquoise water that cruel advertising representatives plastered on billboards selling holidays during the depths of winter the the north on one morning during my stay I visit a quiet back page and from an old wooden jetty peered down into the clear waters to see a school of pointy noise trumpet face revealing in the shallows the marine life here is facing a serious threat the world's two largest cruise lines royal carribean and conical want to redevelop the port in the capital Georgetown and build a betting facility I'm large concrete pia for the growing fleet of ships the proposal would mean excavating the haba and destroying large swayed surprised coral reef this support is already a popular destination for carribean cruises for my hotel balcony I watched two enormous ships loom like large white whales in the early morning light they drop anchor just outside the haba than small boards known as tenders ferry passengers to show they can spend a few hours exploring the main island Grand Cayman it's these tendons which the cruise companies want to replace we know the pia is much better for the guest experience says TJ Solomon of royal Caribbean cruises guests will come off the ship but a much higher rate and spend more time in polls but they're already seem to be plenty of visitors here the true cruise ship five four in the morning have been quietly joined by another two and the polls is chaos because hundreds of passengers step off the tenders save any of photo with the pirate shots of Philopator cruise ship worker with the camera some of the tourists briefly parties with a man dressed in a cartoonish red colors and elaborate fed that hatch at first the island appears to have the feel of a breezy holiday destination seafood restaurants and scuba diving businesses line the main street music glass from the bombs offering Schultz at ten AM and feral chickens roam Frehley picking along the road side ever since the hurricane fifteen years ago are released from the into the wild the behind the holiday brochure facade the atmosphere is tense many locals a worried about what the future holds the government says the project is vital to protect jobs the cruise companies have delivered an ultimatum they say then you make it ships carrying nearly seven thousand passengers wouldn't stop of the Cayman Islands a toll unless the pier is built but activists opposed to the new facility side the economic case for the project is a week since tourists who arrive by plane and stay in hotels bringing femme all revenue than cruise passengers many of the orders come for the centuries old coral reef one of the few healthy reefs left in the wild life god Bernat broke it tells me he's voicing nor in the upcoming referendum he wasn't hearing in gold chain and speak with the strong Caymanian accent we'll come here for the diving experience he says shaking his head to see the beautiful creatures that we have in the water and the coral life the cruise companies and the government say coral removed from the excavation haba will be re planted further along the shore local scientists tell me transplanting Carl is difficult and expensive and mortality rates a high hundreds of the project point to the experience of Falmouth Jamaica ten years ago royal carribean helped build a one hundred and seventy million dollar piece of that but the number of cruise ships visiting Jamaica has since fallen the cruise lines already skillfully beguiled the Jamaican people over the porch in Falmouth and they are trying to do the same with payment says local opposition politician Chris someone does before leaving the Cayman Islands and flying back to the B. B. C.'s New York bureau has just time for a quick swim in the quiet sports page underwater camera in hand I suppose a huge green turtle feeding on the see full I watch it glide to the surface the S. and then swim away out to say and I joined the locals in their worries for the future Vivian newness that reporting on the stage of the F. often mentions the condition of coral reefs from the carribean to Australia the health this size and what still managing to live in them all clear signs of the wind is state of the world's oceans but there's another special marine environments which often signals how our planet is changing the icy extremes of the polar oceans they've been some very alarming reports about the ice shelves of Antarctica in recent years so Justin rose lots as just being on a very.

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S&P 500 snaps 5-session winning streak; Nasdaq ekes out gain

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

S&P 500 snaps 5-session winning streak; Nasdaq ekes out gain

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How Food & Sleep Can Change Your Life

Food for Thought

02:15 min | 1 year ago

How Food & Sleep Can Change Your Life

"Two or three at breakfast without any concern concern on your next supermarket at Clarence Court free range eggs I'm telling you the rich flavor and color of their yates really can make the most ordinary recipes extraordinary you can find Clarence cortex and all the major supermarkets including waitress Sainsbury's TESCO ACCARDO auto and to learn more please visit currence court dot co dot UK hello and thank you so much shooting into food for thought a podcast on a mission to equip you with all the evidence based I advice you need to live and breathe a healthy lifestyle I'm Ran Lambert registered nutritionist bestselling author of Renard a simple way to eat well L. and founder of repatriation London's leading private nutrition clinic in each episode I'll be joined by special guests all of whom can be considered authoritative voices in health so that together we can learn fact from fiction and empower the healthiest and happiest versions all alice cells with trusted expert sped advice have you ever wondered why some foods make you feel sleepy while others give you lift do you sometimes find yourself dozing off after a big meal or reaching for sugary snack when you're tired and addition to giving us nourishment the things we eat drink can pick a softball slowest down so joining me today is registered nutritionist and author rob hopes and he's going to help us understand the effects that food and drink can have on the body how it keeps US alert during the day and to avoid the agony of sleeplessness. Hello I rope Hillary how you dig really well how do you think okay good minus a CODA things a little bit of a cold excuse the spluttering out don't you I'm to be honest the information yoga to give us today is worth every out so spluttering you can be yourself in this room I think we'll start with the fact that we know that two thirds of adults in the UK of failing to get the recommended quality and the quantity of the sleep they

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"tesco" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"tesco" Discussed on Mixergy

"You may also like this. It shows patterns that are very very similar but it gives you choices okay so we're not really breaking people's brains by saying instead of the search box hit the camera pointed at a friend and I find it already familiar with and now you have an A._b.. Test where you can say look we're showing based on on visual search is versus what other people bought that's what we're getting more sales and that's an easy easy easy approach where it's very simple. They're implementing on the back end and let the result speaks for itself did they. Yes they did from the start. especially individual categories like fashion and fashion related so I gave the example that I thought was a little simplistic. I'm looking at a shirt. I want the V neck of it. The software might not do that. Yeah what's an example of something. That's a little bit more obvious that does work because what I'm what I'm searching for I would I would naturally just type in V necks right. I don't think that I would need a visual search to tell me here five other V necks well. I mean just the thing right you know how much Meta data the you WanNa put into a piece of power the neck Mandarin collar quote asleep print animal print and so he could go very very long and very very granular in most of these marches. They don't even give you you know all of these these attributes to begin with right. How much attributes can you get and even the did are the fashionably correct are they consistent right across categories that if I shot in Walmart in the U._S. versus you know tesco in the U._k.? They gave me the same taxonomy languages all right. I see it so that's the problem okay that these retailers constantly struggle with shoppers want to find the products in the most efficient manner retailers want to show their products to the shop was but they can't get it dares because either that economy is inconsistent not enough that that okay to show them all is just simply not searchable. It's too far embedded in the product categories or in the and you know what I keep thinking about a clothing retailer that has twenty or let's say two hundred items no racket in is much bigger and it's not all it's not products that they make right okay. I'm GONNA come back and ask about what you did next in a moment but first I'll tell you and everyone else about my second. Sponsors called top towel. They have have silicon valley level developers but because they work outside the U._S.. You can <hes> get them at a lower price and what they do is you guys might need them. If you need to hire developer go when you put your ad online and you have to wait 'til resumes command you go forever or you pick up the call phone uncalled top towel or go to their website scheduled call with them telling what you're looking for and they could put two candidates not two hundred two candidates in front of you. That are exactly what you're looking for. You could talk to those two. If you want you could hire one and get started off in the next day. Okay not happy you just move on okay. That's the idea behind them and recent Horowitz invested in them. They are doing phenomenally well. If you or anyone else wants to hire developers and here's an example of how someone does it they might listen to you and say neural net visual search artificial intelligence. I have an idea for what we could do. I don't have a person on my team was specializes in this. What do we do called Tau say look? I want someone who's GonNa work on justice project okay if it great in it embedded in our software great if we don't like it we get rid of it and we let that person go okay. Here's where you do you and everyone else. Do you like discounts. <hes> Oh everybody likes to go to this tiles giving my listeners eighty hours of top towel.

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"tesco" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"tesco" Discussed on KOMO

"Tesco como news your your political insights from ABC news coming from a protest outside South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham's office and its echoed by more than one hundred eighty protests nationwide Tuesday the protesters demanding the closure of migrant detention facilities at the border and an immediate stop to funding of family detention and deportation this has more members of Congress visit the detention centers themselves including Florida congresswoman Frederica Wilson regard and customs officials meanwhile have confirmed undocumented immigrants have started to receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines for living in the U. S. illegally in the battle for president trump's taxes the house ways and means committee has now filed a lawsuit against the treasury department and the IRS demanding they hand over six years of the president's tax returns the suit now taking that fight to federal court does your political insights Trevor all to ABC news president trump has set his eyes on twenty twenty tweeting about the democratic debate ABC's line as Jack reports from the White House with the first round of democratic debates beginning to weed out contenders president trump is tweeting about his own debating skills today reading quotes as most people are aware according to the polls I won every debate and Mr trump is also assessing the new democratic contenders in comparison to Hillary Clinton rating quote this crew look somewhat easier than cricket but you never now new poll data coming out shows at the first round of debates provided a boost to several democratic candidates including Kamilla Harris and Elizabeth Warren one is that K. B. C. news the White House.

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"tesco" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

Social Pros Podcast

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"tesco" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

"So that's really the advice. I give to people it's not an easy. It's it's easier said than done, but you have to start somewhere, and the more that people start seeing these stories being told the more people will want to volunteer them when they realize that this is actually a safe space. Right. And that in those stories are are treasured and welcomed, it's amazing. They are coming out of the woodwork. One of the things that adamant I wanted to talk to you about is because you've been in the UK for three and a half years. If you have observed any storytelling differences. Between US brands in brands in in Britain or a mea large. Absolutely, sure. You know, we put a ton of examples from the UK in our book, I think selfishly when you're living somewhere, of course, you're kind of immersed in the local media culture. And you know, what I would say after living in the UK for three and a half years. You know, the Brits definitely have very distinct kind of sense of humor and ways of communicating if you ever want to get a little bit of a fun insight into British culture, there's a Twitter account called so very British problems. And it is a very self deprecating. Look at maybe some of the some things you might not necessarily realize about British culture. People maybe are a bit shyer in some ways and have different kind of self deprecating or a bit kind of a kind of a sharp and fund sense of humor. So you just have to kind of understand some of those quirks. And that's where maybe you see some of that playfulness coming through in in the campaign. So I think I mentioned it with the Oreo one they really focused on time. Event in the UK you actually with that clips you actually couldn't see that in in the US. But there was one that we highlighted in the book that came from Tesco and j I think you're gonna love this example, I think I actually covered this for convincing convert as well. So Tesco has the most brilliant customer service strategy. They're very used to responding to very cheeky and funny customer complaints on their Facebook page and so much. So they've actually created this culture where now customers actually want to be a bit cheeky or and how they how they talk about their customer service complaints and one that I absolutely loved was. There was this man that found a worm in his cucumber, and he actually named it William and decided to have this entire kind of worm funeral for kind of William the worm. And Tesco is touched by that. They actually sent him a sympathy card with the palm on it. And then another example from Tesco as well as a woman. I mean, how great is that though like when you actually start telling little store brands could look at. Customer service issues as a negative we want immediately take this off line. We don't want to shine a spotlight on this. We just kind of want to solve the issue and move on to the next. And and I think what was so brilliant about that is if you actually looked at the engagement of every single back and forth between the customer and Tesco about this. They were getting thousands and thousands of likes and subsequent comments. And it was almost as the page turns where people are like how is Tesco going to respond next. How is the customer gonna respond next? And then they start seeing pictures of like the little backyard burial they had for William the worm and the cucumber the sympathy car with the palm that Tesco sent. And it became this wonderful kind of storytelling endeavor based off of a customer service inquiry. And I think at the end of the day if you are a grocery store, so you know, for people who are wondering what is Tesco. Why is there a worm and the cucumber they are grocery store very much like a stop and shop or something seven eleven maybe seven eleven stop and shop higher..

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"tesco" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"tesco" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Pinch shore as these costs are rising against them will that change what we're starting we've spoken on this show in the last few weeks about wage inflation that's now beginning to pick up and starting to get a little bit ahead so are we at the end of it or are we still in the middle of it is probably be held back as soon as we have certainty i think we'll see a surge in investment because these people know what they're investing into and i think that you know that could be a sort of brexit bounce if you like that we could see that sort of surge of interest because once we know the direction of travel then people will you know they'll they'll have a spin the wheel yup i mean certainty when do you get to that point of certainty but we've spoken this morning about decisions that are being reversed in the retailers decisions to close stores to decision to pull out tesco to wrecks and what we're actually seeing all along are decisions being reversed rather than you investments this seems to be the mentor of the of the moment there is not the background for making firm decisions about business it's really about extracting cash flow and paying.

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"tesco" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"tesco" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"They can i don't know when it's tesco happen that's all i thought about and plus some reading was also linked to the pizza hut program that you know they they the report card program will also had like the summer reading program for every book that you read and you took test on you got a little free personal pan pizza what two big pete i i've been it was the kids personal pan too so you know it's like little five six inch that was good kids love personal pila as a grown kids look size pizzas so cute so petite so that's it that's literally all have to save for this week's wellness because reading is fundamental fun for your mental and honestly i've been making it more of a point to read more always read like my science books and different south hope i love the selfo section but i'm trying to read things beyond that you know even though this is kind of self help in a way but i love just her theorizing about hooks has always been gee that's the og everything she writes my angelou said it's always a moment when she releases something it's so true so check that out and if you've read it already i would of course love to hear thoughts on it 'cause i'm not done i'm only like a quarter of the way three wanna share your perspective recumbents on it i'll you know i always look through soundcloud so i'll be checking out those and you can tweet me as well but that's it that's the for this week's planned nece let's jump onto mr music men yeah i'm excited this is before we get to the music with came right on time because i do need about bookcase i realize i have a lot of books a lot.

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"tesco" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tesco" Discussed on talkRADIO

"First job to oversee this why we didn't get i mean they're not going to be much bigger than tesco an inaugural you can say the difference between tesco and the next lot and the competition competitions and markets authority did allow the deal between tesco and booker to go ahead which strengthened tesco's position further so you could argue and say look in less we have a proper big scale competitor to tesco then in fact the consumer is not well service and there are plenty of other people to fill the gap if you like between the sort of the next gaps that we've got algae and little both saying that they're going to open gazillions of stores over the next amount of months years if we don't have a really big proper competitor to tesco them we the consumer will lose out i do largely agree with that i can see why there is the need for that by don't see the problem with allowing that to develop organically instead of through these kind of big tops which oh you're just being old fashioned this is the way to get that you do it through merger an acquisition if in a mature market and the and the supermarket is zuko market market is really mature plus you and i we're all changing our habits years ago we used a gun to a weekly shop go into one of these big let's drive in take every indoor week's worth of shopping will by eighteen trolleys weather stuff will ram it in the car and then we'll go and now course we're doing much more regular shops at this that we wanted fresh we want change we've seen something on the telly we want to make that owner jealousies put out a recipe today or i think i want to make that chicken and p bake delicious by the way if you get that recipe it's fantastic so so we driven by that so we just want to go to the.

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"tesco" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"tesco" Discussed on AP News

"To have to answer people at home who said how come here were against president obama's deficits and then outcome here four republican deficits congress has to pass spending extension before midnight tonight or face another government shutdown a senior administration official says president trump wants to lower prescription drug costs for medicare beneficiaries by allowing them to share in rebates a drug companies pay insurers and other middlemen under the proposal seniors covered by medicare part d would share in the rebates for drugs they purchase at a pharmacy toronto police have recovered the remains of at least six people from planters on the property connected to alleged serial killer bruce macarthur i'd tim mcguire british supermarket chain tesco is accused of paying women less than men for work of equal measure nor firm lee day said wednesday it has begun filing claims or the employee conciliation service ache asked about half of one hundred women but the case could eventually apply to more than two hundred thousand tesco work has the lawyers argue that in store employees who are largely women are paid far less than those in the maledominated distribution centres even though their work is of equal value to the company tesco said it had not yet seen the claim but said that it works harm to quote to make sure all of our colleagues are paid fairly and equally for the jobs they do unquote lawyers estimate the case could ultimately cost tesco as much as four billion pounds in compensation payments pakistan's warning the media not to promote valentine's day a pakistani court last year banned celebrations on valentine's day thing it was against islam and promotes western culture since then pakistan's media regulatory authorities taken steps to ensure a blackout on any valentine's day promotions in print or electronic media in a statement this week it's that it warned media organizations that the court orders still in effect the agency's instructed all news channels radio stations and print media to refrain from promoting valentine's day the tesla roadster that flew on the back of space taxes falcon heavy rocket is now heading well beyond mars ilan musk's said the final firing of the rockets upper stage put his car on a more distant trajectory than anticipated that means starman.

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"tesco" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tesco" Discussed on AP News

"He wants to facebook users to delete their accounts in protest he posted on twitter that he's dumping is facebook stock and the leading his page because facebook profited from russian interference in the us presidential election he says facebook isn't doing enough to stop russians from spreading fake news carry also encouraged other investors and users to do the same thing he ended his tweet by using the hashtag un friend facebook facebook hasn't responded to carries tweet but founder and ceo mark zuckerberg has said that stemming the flow of misinformation is of facebook goal british supermarket chain tesco is accused of paying women less than men for work of equal measure nor firm leejay said wednesday it has begun filing claims for the employee conciliation service ache asked about half of one hundred women but the case could eventually apply to more than two hundred thousand tesco work has the lawyers argue that in store employees who are largely women are paid far less than those in the maledominated distribution centres even though their work is of equal value to the company tesco said it had not yet seen the claim but said that it works hard to quote to make sure all of our colleagues are paid fairly and equally for the jobs they do unquote lawyers estimate the case could ultimately cost tesco as much as four billion pounds in compensation payments the largest y diamond in the world is expected to sell for well over thirty three million dollars its billed as the.

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"tesco" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tesco" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Of payments the women cleaners and carrots and the bbc's being accused of not paying men and women equally tesco was one of the country's largest employers is now facing a series of test cases which could lead to the largest equal pay claiming employment history noise acting for tesco supermarket workers said that female staff on hourly rates on considerably less than men even though the value of the work is comparable kim adamant his wet for tesco for twenty three years i think that although we think we have equal rights they're all time as well there are such discrepancies that that you call on explain them and and i think tesco's of just one of many companies that beattie on addressing the fact the women seem to still be paid less for the same work to screw said that stove could progress equally and were paid fairly whatever their gender background billions of workers in the socalled kick economy all to receive new rights including the enforcement to holiday in sick pay the plans about of the government's response to with our reaching review of modern businesses by matthew taylor the chief executive of the rule society of arts minister say that also crackdown on employers who make unpaid interns do the jobs of workers and would introduce a naming and shaming scheme for companies which fail to pay employment tribunal awards the tuc says the measures don't go far enough but mr taylor disagrees some of these things might seem quite small but actually the importance of the further every workable now on day one of their employment day one get a simple plain english statement of their rights and their terms on that conditions and their employment status will be important because we know that a lot of people in this position don't onto where for example the f holiday pain title vince and they don't take them stock markets in asia obscene and other charging day after yesterday's big losses japan's nikkei opened more than three percent higher but fell back later enclosed up no point one six percent the hang seng in china also open shabi but later fell in another day of.

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"tesco" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"tesco" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"And you're trying to win the fucking get money as a points system saying that my wife right so many years i just how many points we have the bank now and what can we do with those people i know this dude i never made it easy dollar nurmi easy hour every fucking dollar are made of earned and like you know what every time i personally gone for the dollaryen will happen fucking lost yep every fucking tesco's can save rule of the universe easy come easy go rope like you know what if you're making money in bitcoin fucking awesome i'm happy for you if you're somebody who put to grant in when it was fucking forbach's or whatever and you made a fuck oughta money do that's awesome has nothing to do with your ability to keep the money or make more money well i think it's an you know what there's little worth part of that that's a luck that's luck there's little worth part of that and i value the worth that i that the worth i have myself by being a fucking true business entrepreneur operator i value that you know what i mean do the hindu the best thing that you have about you is it the money you make it's the skills you have experiences that right and like dude i i guarantee if i ask you like hey bedrooms what are you most proud of it's not going to be a fucking bank account it's who you've become and like it's hard for somebody in the beginning of entrepreneurship to to understand like do you have five hundred bucks on your couch two hundred bucks in your cow that is going to make zero cents to you but when you've gone through the fucking shit and you've come out the other side and you lord all these skills new alert dude i wouldn't trade for fucking anything and so i guess that's why like like i don't wanna make a quick dollar like want to make a quick doll we've seven onp podcast number times early now i.

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"tesco" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"tesco" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"So it's really the same to become a bit lena and hopefully be better placed to complete was not one of the issues though that led tesco to where it is today that as it sought to become to lean i mean a a note that uh that the currency years predescessor his main effort was actually to put more people on the shop floor to how choppers yes and it says it's this constant 10round this now when when you people new management comes in and they may have different views but i mean tesco he is a huge company that employs about four hundred and sixty thousand people internationally more than three hundred thousand in the uk say in that context this this number of job cuts his is reasonably small although of see the the people suffering went but failed at um but i think the problem is particularly with that we saw with discount retailer before christmas they a really eating into to tesco's consumers so anything that they can do to to compete on that front a tesco fills they needed okay let's finish up so free by talking about a football club that prompts not winning tournaments in the way that yusupbek a so at winning one very important one it is some majesty united is top of the list of the twenty richest football clubs and that's the second year in the roads topped the list followed by months every sorry real madrid in second and barcelona in third now all twenty teams on this list which is produced by deloittes uh all from the big five european leagues but it's the english premier league that's really the standout hey they've got ten of the top twenty and fourteen of the top thirty now the list does only count revenue it doesn't look at debts an aussie tv rights play a huge part of this but also they haven't won march to be fab and they did win the europa league last year and they got forty four million from uefa for doing that and that ashley really helped push it to the top spot it was only one point seven million euros above reality for current sophie covert from seven investment management thank you very much for.

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"tesco" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tesco" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"Assess the value of making the decision to subsidise transport in certain areas oil certain transport for instance nighttime transport is the government because they have other means and mechanisms by which they can you a i guess capture that value that has been created oust when society of the economy and said the current structure that we have which is now i have a private or public is has these incentives where it's just to drive more and more transport more more profit it doesn't capture their social returns and therefore i think the main argument would be that that is the reason so these social capturing them and seeing transport as a means of achieving why the policy is why should be run by the public and just give it more technical for second visit concept of move economists have of nut from monopolies just explain to people wore a natural monopoly monopolies and and sort of whether the whether it in your view applause in this in this case for some people say well there's lots of good but of competition i think one of these use odd gore is once the franchises awarded and we've already heard about some of the problems of that warding there isn't really much competition you know you're on the verge and train you got no choice it's their sandwiches will know sandwiches or their trains will no trains yeah so i think i mean the row way is an example competition for the market love and then competition in the market so i think on an everyday basis there's competition in the market for instance what supermarket eager to and you as a consumer a well informed about what the price at tesco's is that pint milko elsewhere and so you can make an informed decision because you have quite a lot of data of how much things cost there and maybe get better products there whatever but you have some so background and basis of information which you can jet your choice with something like transport or long distance travel you don't really have that frequent everyday experience so you're not really that informed the of a big problem with something like the railways is that this huge infrastructure costs and it doesn't would never make any sense to replicate multiple lines go.

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