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"technology advisor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"To make some recommendations for how to keep Everything safe down at the White House for the president and those around him. The CDC is releasing new information on how Corona virus has spread and the potential for airborne transmission reporters to bring to keep it. The change was made after several published reports, including one from the University of Georgia and Athens shows. In some circumstances, the virus has the potential to spread through the air. Mainly if there's poor ventilation or enclosed spaces where there's heavier breathing from people singing or exercising. The change in the guidance does not change the current recommendations, though. Instead it reiterates the need to stay 6 FT. Apart. Where face covering wash your hands and wipe down surfaces. CBS News has confirmed that a wall of plexiglass will separate Mike Pence and Kamala Harris for their first debate Wednesday night in Salt Lake City. CBS is Nicole's Kanga, vice president's communications director Katie Miller said in response to the request. If Senator Harris wants to use a fortress around herself have added vice president Pence and his wife have continued to test negative for the virus. Delta has become a hurricane. The storm is expected to strengthen further during the next couple of days when it nears the Yucatan Peninsula. Right now, Delta is about 150 miles south of Negril, Jamaica. Airlines. Now Southwest Airlines will cut pay for non union workers in January and says union workers most also accept less pay or face furloughs next year as the pandemic continues to hammer the airline business. This is CBS News. Adele Technologies Advisors are focused on you ready to offer tailored solutions powered by Intel. The pro platform to keep your small business ready. Call 877 Estelle. Another weekend of.

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"technology advisor" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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NFL owners vote in rules changes

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

02:32 min | 6 months ago

NFL owners vote in rules changes

"The NFL owners will have a virtual meeting today in this As of yesterday afternoon was going to be a potentially very interesting gathering. A couple of the proposals that were on the table included the addition of a Booth Umpire. That was a proposal by the Ravens and the chargers who be the eighth game official and also the addition of a senior technology advisor to the referee. They were net star senior technology advisor to the referee couple of is in the sky to help with the on field officiating. It was reported Later yesterday afternoon by the NFL networks. Tom Police zero that. Both of those proposals were being withdrawn. So they're not going to talk about that stuff today Probably the most interesting proposed rule. Change is one by the Philadelphia. Eagles that would allow teams that opportunity to try a fourth and fifteen from the offensive twenty five yard line in lieu of an onside kick the The percentages for onside kick success have gone way down. Eight out of sixty-three were successful last year. Twelve point seven percent drop from twenty one point two percent success rate prior to the rules changes a couple of years ago the player Safety Initiative Changing the way. Onside kicks are conducted in terms. Overloading one side getting a running start and all that stuff so the NFL apparently is going to get some more information about how possibly incorporate is in the sky and that might have something to do with the pass interference fiasco from last year. Troy Vincent the NFL's Executive Vice President of football operations addressed that tobacco with NBC sports this week and he said the NFL failed miserably with that allowing challenging of pass interference calls and non calls because the League did not do its due diligence. That's how Vincent face that quote. Because we didn't do the proper due diligence at played out publicly the lasting we should be talking about is the way the game is officiated we failed. I'm first in line. We cannot allow that to happen again. We've got to do our due diligence. You can't rush and just shove something in there without knowing all the consequences and we found out last year live and inaction publicly.

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"technology advisor" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

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"technology advisor" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on WRVA

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"technology advisor" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

"Three technology advisors and I saw you guys tagged us on twitter. So appreciate that Advisers what I do I do. I already tweeted so on any of those channels. Feel free to reach out to us again. We are working hard making sure everyone's up and running. Obviously you know we're small business to say the least. Obviously we don't feel like a small business but we don't WanNa see anyone you know just to show lack of preparedness. Everybody jokes about like you know the toilet paper aisles. And that kind of stuff now Somebody posted a picture earlier from best. Buy Literally every compute. Every laptop was gone webcams on Amazon. Like fifty dollars one studio where listened for one hundred fifty five before they just sold out. I mean these are. They're not fifty dollars. People were walking twenty S. The nine hundred thousand people were walking in on Saturday and Sunday with laptops. They just bought by the dozens. Never seen anything like it. We've never had a laptop at home so now I have one so I work like nuts shirt though yeah we just don't WanNa see any businesses implode just because they're not ready so that's really our main goals make no good very very timely so literally could not have worked out any better no doubt Jason We're GONNA cut you loose but appreciate it. Hope you feel better. All the best to the FAM- a hope they feel better to on. Thank you for the great content. We appreciate you really appreciate it guys. Thanks for having us on. The show gave hope that You're getting a little better over there buddy. Now that's that's Bob. Knows the difference between those Shari Bob Like brush up there man. I'm the one with these social anxiety and drinking problem. Bob's the one on grudges. But Hey we're GONNA cut you guys lose to appreciate it. See Three tech advisers. We're GONNA wrap things up with this episode three thirty nine here of the it and the D. Show thank is to print capital one for keeping the lights on on behalf of Bob. Dave and rainy do us all a favor. Drink drinks get your phone numbers? You don't gotta go home..

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"technology advisor" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

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Little progress made in reducing L.A. County stormwater pollution, report says

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Little progress made in reducing L.A. County stormwater pollution, report says

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Rent the Runway Gets a New Rival: Urban Outfitters

Business Wars Daily

03:55 min | 1 year ago

Rent the Runway Gets a New Rival: Urban Outfitters

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Dell. Dell small business technology advisers are ready to help with advice, dedicated one on one partnership, and tailored tech solutions like computers with Intel core processors, servers storage, and more to speak with an advisor today. Call eight seven seven by Dell that's eight seven seven by Dell. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business wars daily happy Friday, one and all urban outfitters is launching clothing rental service that will compete with rent. The runway the announcement has elicited a wide range of reactions from people lauding the company for its innovation and sustainability to one observer, who said, I don't wanna wear clothing someone else wore regardless, some people will. At least that's what her outfitters backing on this new service called newly will cost eight dollars a month. Subscribers will borrow six items a month from one hundred different clothing brands. Those will include urban outfitters on products and fashion from free people and anthropology both of, which it owns. The company also promises something rare, vintage clothing sourced from dealers and even flea markets. According to the Wall Street Journal, newly jumping into a market that rent the runway pioneered rent, the runway now valued at a billion dollars launched its borrow a design. Evening, gown service back in two thousand nine today renting clothing has gone mainstream and the market is growing quickly clothing borrowers are expected to spend two and a half billion dollars each year by twenty twenty three still newly could face some challenges. One of them is that rival rent the runway launched by offering expensive designer where that middle class customers couldn't afford to own renting was a good alternative. It's hard to say whether shoppers will pay a monthly fee to borrow from abroad array of fashion, at least some of which they could probably afford to purchase another is that change like an Taylor express in American Eagle now offer rentals as well. The market is not wide open, still urban outfitters publicly predicted that newly would attract fifty thousand subscribers within a year while responses to newly have been all over the map, one observation has been consistent, launches seen as a signal that as a culture, maybe we're beginning to be. Over owning stop sharing things be tools cars, or close is so twenty nineteen. From wondering this business worse, daily this week's episodes were written edited, and produced by Elaine Appleton, edited and produced by equipment. Our executive producer is Marshall created by or non Lopez or wondering, I'm David Brown. Have a great weekend and we'll see next week. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. Your small business owner, and there's nothing small about what you do. That's why Dell small business technology advisers give you trusted advice, one on one partnership, and tailored tech solutions like computers. With Intel core processors servers storage networking, plus thousands of top brand electronics, accessories and software. No matter your technology needs. Dell is here to help your small business do big things. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with an advisor today. That's eight seven seven by Dell.

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Google Glass Returns--with New, Clearer Vision

Business Wars Daily

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Google Glass Returns--with New, Clearer Vision

"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wonder I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Thursday may thirtieth. Hey, remember, Google glass back in twenty thirteen. Google announced it had created a revolutionary product and augmented reality headset aware of computer with the power to change the world. Alphabet Google's parent company launched Google glass with all the fanfare, one would expect of a company racing into the future time magazine called the soon to be released glass. One of the best innovations of the year, and then the glass, shattered glasses were expensive and buggy and they solved a problem how to wear a computer on your face that no one had. Furthermore glass, featured a tiny video camera, right there in the lens prompting privacy concerns, the glass quickly became the object of ridicule. It was parodied on the Simpsons and the daily show after about two years. The product was withdrawn from the. Market. Well now Google's giving it a go again last week. The company relaunched Google glass with a few key changes at nine hundred ninety nine dollars. It's quite a bit cheaper than it was. Even so the company isn't trying to sell them to consumers these will be marketed only to business and professional users from warehouse workers to surgeons, the headset, which has a screen in one lens. That's where see lists instructions and watch training videos, all while keeping their hands free back when Google first launched glass, it wasn't just a brand new product. It was a brand new product category. No more goo glass will go up against a significant rival. You may have heard of Microsoft Microsoft's hollow hololens to has screens on both lenses and offers more features. But Google glass comes in a lot cheaper. A pair of Microsoft's smart glasses will set you back more than three thousand dollars. Google sees more clearly now how not to over hype. New product is. Relaunching glass more quietly than it did in twenty thirteen question is half a decade later is the market now ready for smart glasses. Well, maybe, so at least in the operating room and on the factory floor. From wondering this is business wars daily. Hey, if you like our show, would you see to it that you share it with a friend Senate tax, the tweet an Email? How about an old fashioned phone call? Thanks so much for listening. I'm David Brown and we'll see you tomorrow. Business worse. Daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business month celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free external hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.

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With Bare-Bones Pricing, Grocer Aldi Attracts Devout Fans

Business Wars Daily

04:51 min | 1 year ago

With Bare-Bones Pricing, Grocer Aldi Attracts Devout Fans

"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From one I'm David Brown. And this is business words daily on this Wednesday may twenty ninth. You know, that weekly grocery shopping, Bill, plus all the little side trips for stuff. I forgotten it really adds up. And so I'm all ears when I hear about ways to shrink it just like most American consumers, but with grocery margins already slammed the opportunities for supermarkets to lower prices are rare. Well, that's a mismatch and business opportunity millions of shoppers looking for deals, but most grocers are loath to cut their profits further, enter the German discount, grocery chain Aldy, which has eighteen hundred stores in America Aldy is so stripped down that it'll cost you twenty five cent deposit to rent a grocery card, and don't even think about having an employee bag your groceries. None on, on, on how you better come prepared to work. Turns out shoppers are willing to put in a little effort and a few quarters to save a buck CNN. Reports that all the is so popular that it has its own fan blog and a Facebook group with get this fifty thousand members why. Because for many price matters more than service, especially if you can get low prices without sacrificing quality. It's a particularly challenging time in the grocery business with Amazon, having bought ho foods, two years ago, some of the challenges inspired by all the itself, which is expanding aggressively in the US over the next year it plans to open one hundred thirty new stores, and they expect to have twenty five hundred stores in America by twenty twenty two which would make it the third largest grocer in the nation right behind WalMart and Kroger. And as it grows all these ability to keep prices, all tr- low, think ninety nine cents for a gallon of milk. It's forcing WalMart to cut its prices. That's saying something in July twenty seventeen a basket of forty common groceries cost about fifty six dollars at Aldy about twelve dollars less. S then at WalMart CNN reports that WalMart has since lowered some of those prices to shrink that competitive gap. So what's a competitor to do? It's not easy to satisfy everybody all the time, WalMart sales jumped higher this quarter is customers embraced online shopping an in store pickup, adding more service in contrast to all these do it yourself economy model and WalMart, along with other major grocers, like Kroger and delays, which owns Hannaford and foodline have one thing going for them. That Alday doesn't choice you see in a typical store all the offers only about fourteen hundred products. Most of them private-label, that's a tiny fraction of the one hundred thousand items on the shelves at a WalMart. Supercenter CNN says sure price matters, and while all the does pose a threat to WalMart. It's hardly busting the mammoth chains business just yet in twenty eighteen all these US sales, topped sixteen billion dollars. It higher than whole foods, but nowhere close to WalMart sales of more than five hundred billion dollars at those volumes. Walmart can afford to cut some prices and bag your groceries for you. Don't you think? From this business wars daily. We'd love to know more about you quick favor. And visit wondering dot com slash survey answered coupla questions would you thanks about I'm David Brown. We'll see. Business worse. Daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business month celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free external hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.

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Graphic Design Startup Canva Hits $2.5 Billion Valuation

Business Wars Daily

04:09 min | 1 year ago

Graphic Design Startup Canva Hits $2.5 Billion Valuation

"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Tuesday may twenty eight. These days, practically every entrepreneur marketer, and even office manager needs to be a graphic designer as well. Instagram's wild growth alone has created an explosion of demand for visual, content and the skills to build it, our insatiable craving for all things visual has been a boon to Melanie Perkins. The Australian co-founder of Canada Canada is a web based design platform intended to feel intuitive for the average user if you haven't heard of canvas, yet, you probably will soon Perkins. Thirty two years old started the company from her mother's living room back in twenty twelve sensing a need in the market for an easier. More cohesive way for non designers to produce things like high school. Yearbooks, six years later that homegrown company has more than fifteen million users, designing everything from logos to social media posts, too. Resignations is just been valued at two and a half billion dollars. Double its previous valuation in mid may famed venture capitalist. Mary meeker chose Canada as the first investment from her new fund called bond can be received seventy million dollars in that round from meeker and partner investors the investment at that sky high valuation was notable. But arguably, it was even more notable coming from meeker who grew her fortune by helping to spot growth companies. We all know today companies like Dell Google Amazon, EBay and into it just a name few that she chose Canada as her first investment says a lot about the growing design space and about Canada itself can book is a broad platform encompassing design tools photography, and presentation software, it competes across the spectrum with several bigger names from adobe to shudder stock to Google, but one enormous company in particular should now sit up and take notice. We're talking about, you Microsoft. Perkins loves to gleefully chat, about the dreaded death by PowerPoint is a way to point out that Campbell offers competitive presumably, sexier presentation tools with the new funding Campbell plans to go after big customers, those enterprise businesses for whom PowerPoint has been standard for far too long. If you believe Perkins it remains to be seen whether this little Australian company can compete at the level of a Microsoft, but if it could outgrow Perkins mothers living room, this fast, all bets are off. I'm wondering this is business worse daily. If you like our show gives a five star rating in a review on apple podcasts, would you. We sure appreciate it. I'm David Brown will be back with you tomorrow. Business worse. Daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business month celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free external hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.

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Why Coca-Cola is Resurrecting New Coke, its Biggest Flop

Business Wars Daily

04:58 min | 1 year ago

Why Coca-Cola is Resurrecting New Coke, its Biggest Flop

"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From one. I'm David Brown and this business wars daily happy Monday. Everyone this morning. We're going back into the annals of business news for an update on one of the biggest reteaching blunders in American business history. Remember new coke, here's a nineteen eighty five ad. Introducing new coq comparing it to Pepsi and claiming Americans liked coke better. Let's look at it this way. We gave them choice and more people. Except, of course by taking away the old coke. They hadn't given America a choice and it was not a hit outraged. Coke fans boycotted the company and flooded, it with letters, demanding the return of the old coke Pepsi, had a heyday using coax move to convert former coke fans into Pepsi drinkers after only seventy nine days, Coca-Cola brought back, it's old formulation slapping, the word classic on the label new coq remained on store shelves until two thousand two in the company. Finally, and quietly made it go away. Well, most companies prefer to bury their mistakes, which is exactly what Coca-Cola did until now in partnership with net flicks is retro. Supernatural thriller stranger things. The company is temporarily resurrecting new coq here wasn't easy Coca-Cola employees. I had to get into a safe where the formula has been stored for more than three decades. The soda will show up several times. On the third season of stranger things which is set in nineteen eighty five the new season debut on July fourth, but Coca-Cola began selling new coq last Thursday with limited quantities available. The company will sell five hundred thousand cans someone its website, some from vending machines. Now, you might be assuming that this is another episode in cokes, attornal rivalry with Pepsi. Well, sure. But it's about much more than that to the resurrection of new coke is actually a byproduct of Netflix is competition with Disney, which is launching its own cheaper, streaming service in November Disney already post serious competition. Netflix, it up, the ante recently when it announced that it's taking full control of TV, streamer, Hulu, as well, anticipating the competition Netflix is doing everything it can to add even more subscribers to its paying audience of one hundred forty nine million, and it's using product placement deals to make that happen. Stranger things will feature some seventy five different products this season. From coke to clothing brand, H, and M to Baskin Robbins, according to the New York Times, no money changed hands for the placements. But the partnerships Lynn marketing clout to Netflix. That is to say it's in the brand's best interest to heavily promote stranger things. You'll see a lot of ads for stranger things over the next couple of months, most of them, generated by product placement partners, as we see every day, the more you ramp up competition, the more innovative companies, get just like Netflix creatively convincing Coca Cola that bringing back its biggest mistake, just might be a winning formula. From this is business wars daily. Have you heard our business series on the rivalries between Pepsi and coke and at Lixin blockbuster? Don't miss him. Checkout business wars on your favorite podcast. Thanks so much for being with us. I'm David Brown. We'll be back with you tomorrow. Business worse. Daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business month celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free external hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.

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 Taco Bell Already Has a Wedding Chapel; Now its Opening a Taco Hotel

Business Wars Daily

04:16 min | 1 year ago

Taco Bell Already Has a Wedding Chapel; Now its Opening a Taco Hotel

"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business wars daily. Happy Friday, everyone. Now, this stunt has me wondering about the links to which companies will go to build their brands Taco Bell, which sells us off taco for a dollar. Nineteen is launching a hotel. Yes, you heard me correctly, folks, the fast food chain will open pop-up, taco themed hotel in Palm Springs, California, this summer. It'll be called what else the bell stay at the boutique lodging and you'll not only nibble on the namesake dish, but get taco themed cocktails presumably hot and spicy poolside, or even in the pool where you'll be able to float on a hot sauce. Raft. There will be a gift shop, of course, but also a hair salon, offering taco themed braids and nail art. The bell will open for five days, beginning August night. It'll start accepting reservations. The third week of June Newsweek reports that this is hardly the. First time that Taco Bell is thought outside of its fast food box, among other things it hosts weddings. Yes, weddings at a Taco Bell Cantina in Las Vegas. So what gives it's all about standing out outlandish stunts, like the hotel, create buzz and visitors who are likely to post photos, and social media become brand ambassadors for the multibillion dollar franchise operation brand Bassedas. We might add, who pay for the privilege, Instagram and other social media platforms obviously provide opportunities for brand marketers. But the overwhelming volume of content flashing bias, every day. Also ups, the Antion creativity. It takes more and more extreme tactics to stand out witness, for instance, Domino's, which paid to fix some cities, potholes and arby's, which offered customers a Hawaiian vacation for six dollars or Burger King, one of taco bells biggest competitors which trolled McDonald's by giving away one dollar walkers to customers who ordered their Burger King meal. While at McDonalds, although stunts got a lot of attention and created a creative vibe for their respective fast food chains chains, which, by the way, are all about cooking the exact same meals served in precisely the same manner in every single restaurant across America Taco Bell hotel. Sure. It's fun. But it's also a symbol of the fine tricky line that fast food titans must walk between creativity and corporate cookie cutter consists. From wondering this business wars dialing this week's episodes, written edited and produced by Elaine edited, and produced by important are executive producers, marshal Louis created by or non Lopez, or wondering, I'm David Brown, and we'll see next. Business wars daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business month celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free. External hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.

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Self-Driving Buses Hit the Streets

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03:54 min | 1 year ago

Self-Driving Buses Hit the Streets

"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business daily on this Thursday may twenty third. Wow. It's Thursday already that was quick. We've heard a lot about self driving cars, but cities already struggling with congestion, a worried that traffic will get even worse when Thomas cars at the road. So they're stepping up research on Thomas. Public transit, how as you feel about getting on a bus that no one is driving. That's right. Tournaments buses are about to be a real thing cities from providence. Rhode Island to Dallas Texas are already testing self-driving vans and minibuses providence launched its five passenger little Rhody last week. It's running a free five mile route through town to learn how pedestrians drivers and passengers will interact with the laser directed bus passengers must wear seatbelts at all times, of course, and there's a human driver on board just in case owed its top speed. Twenty five miles per hour may mobility, the company that assembled little Rhody. Also runs self driving shuttle services into Troy and Columbus, Ohio. According to the Boston Globe bus, manufacturer new flyer is taking a different tack, one of the largest bus makers in North America new flyer is partnering with AI for robotics research to develop full size autonomous buses. It plans to launch them in twenty twenty although full deployment will be some years away as it preps vehicles. It's also readying the streets, new flyer is developing roadway. Connectivity applications called vehicle to infrastructure technology. They'll be designed to help make self driving buses safe on city streets. That's important, both for obvious reasons. The transportation industry was rocked when an era Zona pedestrian was killed by a self driving Uber back in March of twenty eighteen but it's also critical for the perception of Thomas vehicles. A twenty eighteen surveys showed that about eighty percent of passengers remain to nervous about self driving vehicles to climb aboard. So as technologists race to put self driving buses on the road, marketers will also have to race forward to change the perception, that human drivers are more reliable than artificial. It's a route into the future that no one has driven before. From one day this is business wars daily. Would you hop on a self driving? Bus post on linked in or tweet us at business wars. Need love to hear from you? I'm David Brown will see. Tamar. Business worse. Daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business month celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free external hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.

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As Sunscreen Scrutiny Heats Up, Besieged Bayer Sells Coppertone

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

As Sunscreen Scrutiny Heats Up, Besieged Bayer Sells Coppertone

"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown. This is business wars daily on this Wednesday may twenty second decades ago coppertone built its brand around playfulness. It's now vintage at showing a small dog biting a little girls bathing suit couldn't help but make people smile. But these days sunscreen is very serious business. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in America. More than five million cases are diagnosed every year for many families sunscreen is no longer an optional purchase. And that makes it big business too. But when beset by complications witness the recent announcement that bear is selling coppertone sun care for five hundred and fifty million dollars. The buyer is German company buyers door, which owns Nydia skin care products. The purchase will increase Beiersdorf's presence in the US Bloomberg says, but the company will have to contend with pushback from. Environmentalists last year. Hawaii passed a ban on sunscreen containing two common chemicals known to harm coral reefs the ban could mean most big son care companies, including coppertone will need to consider reformulating their products last year. Bayer and other sunscreen manufacturers opposed passage of the Hawaii Bill several startups already offer sunscreen without those chemicals including super goop and tropic sport. The coppertone acquisition also comes closely on the heels of an FDA investigation into sunscreens that investigation determined that common sunscreen chemicals move quickly into the bloodstream, although that news sounded alarming. The FDA says absorption does not mean these chemicals or unsafe that will be the next investigation. In the meantime, the FDA urges, people continue to use sunscreen with an SPF of at least fifteen anyway, coppertone may have a big name, but it'll have to fight. For first place in the two billion dollar son care marketplace. One of its most formidable competitors a giant packaged goods company that we talked about just last week edge, well, which is acquiring online start up, Harry's razors also owned son care brands banana boat and Hawaiian tropic according to Bloomberg edge. Well, could push those brands toward the same kind of direct to consumer model that Harry's does so, well, given the messy -ness of the sun care space, Beiersdorf may be in for quite a ride Bayer's selling coppertone, which it just acquired last year to help it pay down debt, the giant, German healthcare firm, also acquired chemical company, Monsanto Bayer is now fighting some thirteen thousand lawsuits from plaintiffs claiming the got cancer from using Monsanto's weed killer roundup last week. A judge awarded two billion dollars to a couple who argued that they both got cancer from using the weedkiller Bayer denies the claims. But nevertheless, it is weeding out non essential lines of. Business. There's no doubt that any company selling chemicals from week killer to sunscreen is in for a lot more scrutiny. They better be able to take the heat. From wondering this business wars daily. Hey, listen. If you like our show shares with friend, which word of mouth is the best way to grow. I'm David Brown. Thanks so much for listening, and we'll see more. Business worse. Daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business month celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free external hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.

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Lets Get Crafty: Boston Beer Buys Dogfish Head

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04:35 min | 1 year ago

Lets Get Crafty: Boston Beer Buys Dogfish Head

"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From one day, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Tuesday may twenty-first these days, it's not easy being a beermaker craft beers have become victims of their own success. The fizzy artisanal stuff is become so popular that being a beer, entrepreneurs, practically an occupational category of its own craft beer battles are enough to send any beer company, owner to drink. You saw that one coming, right? Especially nowadays, because beer-drinking is actually well shrinking, which brings us to the latest in craft beer collaboration, Boston beer, the company behind Sam Adams is buying dogfish head ale for three hundred million dollars, but this acquisition is not actually about the bruise, according to Boston beer, founder, Jim cook beer sales are losing market share to wine and hard liquor. According to the beer institute, so savvy brewers like Boston beer are turning to alter. Unitive 's although sales of its flagship beverage, Boston lager, fell by double digits last year, apparently customers were pounding down. It's hard cider in spike seltzer. Now cook is thinking ahead trying to figure out not what next year's beverages should be. But what the next decades drinks should be. That's where dogfish head founder, Sam Kelly. Joni comes in. It looks like coke wanted Caledonia's well known creativity just as much as dogfish is successful sour beers. And as why for two reasons, actually, I because the seven thousand strong craft beer market is unlikely to get any less competitive second because big beer has been buying its way into the microbrews market since twenty eleven bud. Light maker Anheuser-Busch has been on a buying spree acquiring. At least ten brewers from coast to coast. Today, the king of beers is the country's largest craft brewer believe it or not for the owner. Her of Sam Adams that kind of competition calls for innovation and dogfish. Head's Cal Joni has a reputation for quirky creativity. He started dogfish years ago, making beer out of overripe cherries in a homemade still in his dorm room. He's out on a limb enough that a two thousand eight New Yorker profile of him featured, a photo of the entrepreneur, apparently naked sitting in a beer barrel. Plastered with mash, the picture suggests who knows exactly what he'll come up with next that out of the barrel. Thinking is just what Boston beers cook is making a bet on he wants called Cal Joni. Fearless as Boston beer faces competition from above Anheuser Busch. And from below bows. Crappier makers a little fearlessness could go a long way. From what we, this is business wars daily era in history. This much Cesca. Well, what about yours truly see if you're learning something every day listening to us, give us a rating in a review on apple podcasts and watch out for beer wars over on business? Thanks bunch. I'm David Brown. We'll see tomorrow. Business. Daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free external hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.

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Consumers Can Sue Apple Over App Prices, Supreme Court Says

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03:59 min | 1 year ago

Consumers Can Sue Apple Over App Prices, Supreme Court Says

"Business. Daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y DA L L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business wars daily. Happy monday. Everyone hope your week is off to a great start. In case you happen to miss the news last week. The supreme court ruled that consumers have the right to sue apple on anti-trust grounds. A suit could determine whether or not the company is operating like a monopoly. The suiting question was filed way. Back in twenty eleven. It's taken this long to get to the supreme court. It centers on Apple's app store, the digital holding pen for any and all apps. That run on apple mobile devices, apple charges, developers thirty percent sales feed of put their apps on the platform plaintiffs in the case, which is called apple versus pepper accused apple of passing that cost on to consumers. Forcing prices up unfairly, why unfair you might ask. Well, the plaintiff say it's unjust because the only place one can purchase apps. For apple devices is on the app store. That structure. They say gives apple monopoly power, essentially to charge, consumers whatever they want. Now, the question of whether apple is or isn't a monopoly has not come close to being decided all that was determined last week. Was that by vote of five to four? The supreme court said, plaintiffs can proceed with their anti-trust case in district court for years, apple have been trying to get the case thrown out the company has argued that consumers don't have standing to sue apple directly for technical reasons, apple claim that its actual customer is the developer not you or I that was the argument that the supreme court threw out. So what's next will not much for you and me for the time, being at least you can expect any apps, you purchase from the apple store to cost whatever they cost before, but you might also think about this see apps that run on Google play can be purchased in more than one place. That means the market for Android apps is not. A monopoly for some people that knowledge, alone may be enough to strengthen brand loyalty or create brand converts. From wondering this is business daily. We'd love to get to know your little bit better. Help agai out won't you go to wondering dot com slash survey. An answer a couple of questions. That's one dot com slash survey. Survey results help us respond to me. Thanks bunch. I baby Brown and we'll be back with you tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business, your impact on the communities made a huge difference as thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free. External hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dell.

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PayByCar is Like EZ-PassFor Drive-Thrus

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04:13 min | 1 year ago

PayByCar is Like EZ-PassFor Drive-Thrus

"Business. Daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y DA L L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business worse daily. Happy Friday, one and hall, a startup called pay by car is giving a whole new meaning to the phrase pay at the pump. The Massachusetts company is pioneered away to use express toll transponders to pay for gas and other things. You buy while you're driving, like the chicken nuggets you're guilty, handing to your kids in the backseat. We see you mom, dad express toll transponders. Those little sensor, boxes, you keep in your car so you don't have to slow down and throw singles at a toll booth. Well, if you can pay on a highway without slowing down the founder of pay by car figured, why couldn't you do at this easily elsewhere turns out, you can pay by car launched its first test of this technology last week in a Boston suburb, the launch relies on the easy pass transponder system used in seventeen states set up payback car account and input, your payments source like a credit card. Hard or digital wallet antenna at the gas station will send your transponder as you drive up and send a text to your phone asking if you wanna use pay by car to purchase gas text. Yes. And the gas pump will automatically turn on when you're done. It'll be charged your account that old onerous task of pulling out your wallet and sticking your credit card the gas pump gone for now. The pilot system works, only at one gas station in westboro, Massachusetts, but pay by car in visions, a day, soon, when thirty five million easy pass user, simply driving through gas stations fast food, restaurants, coffee, shops, and even auto part stores ordering what they need and moving on currently pay by car competes with common payment methods like credit cards and your digital wallet. But the startup is actually trying to get to market ahead of General Motors Honda, those automakers are developing dashboard, payment systems that will be baked right into your vehicle, whether a transponder. Wander base system, or one built into your car itself. These easy payment methods may seem like they give back time to stress commuters. But they really benefit merchants not consumers, because scientists shown that the easier, it is to pay for something, the less, we think about it, and the more we spend think about that as you take off on your weekend road trip. Why don't you? From what this business wars daily. No, don't think about that. You've got better things to think about this week's episodes were written at today, produced by lane apple to grant, edited, and produced by Emma Cortlandt, our executive producer Marshall Louis created by or non locals for wondering, I'm David Brown. Have a great weekend. We'll see extra. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business, your impact on the communities made a huge difference as thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free. External hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dell.

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For Competitive Edge in Womens Co-Working Space, The Wing Partners with HBO

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05:16 min | 1 year ago

For Competitive Edge in Womens Co-Working Space, The Wing Partners with HBO

"Business. Daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven B you ideal L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Thursday may sixteenth co working spaces are big business these days as the number of solo preneurs in the country grows, so too, does the demand for independent office spaces, but a lesser known phenomenon has been gaining a lot of steam over the last few years co working spaces designed for women most big cities have at least one or two born from the same entrepreneurial zeal. Shared by the audiences are intended to serve some of these companies have international ambitions, consider the wing, which now has offices in New York, San Francisco, Washington, DC, Los Angeles, and Chicago. There are more on the way including one in London. Now the wing offers co working features, tailored, specifically to women that includes offices that are, you know, warm enough cafes lactation rooms, Instagram worthy common spaces, and frequent networking events, but the facilities aren't the real draw. The wing is heavily marketing itself as a social club, dedicated to women's empowerment, it's even inked and agreement with time's up, the nonprofit devoted to safety and equity for working women. The wing is community first office space second founded in twenty sixteen. The wing has raised more than one hundred million dollars. That's a huge amount of the new women's co working market, but it's a far cry from we work, which is set to go public soon. We works owner sports controversial valuation of almost fifty billion dollars. If that sounds like a tough rivalry will look under the covers and you'll see that we work is a wing investor the company's hedging its bets, don't, you know, projecting that demand for women. First spaces is only going to grow. And as it does the wing is doing everything it can to ensure it's top of mind it's been entering into high profile partnerships, such as one with h. HBO the wings helping HBO promote the new season of the hit show. Big little lies. It'll host advance screenings in many cities and even a panel discussion with Reese, Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Meryl Streep, but the wing is not alone in cultivating starpower arrival. Women's co working chain called the Riveter has featured events with Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, and US Senator Tammy Duckworth, by the way, in case you slept through history class, the Riveter is named for World War two's, famous feminist icon, Rosie like the wing. The Riveter is well funded. It's raised more than thirty million dollars so far. It has seven locations and Embiid to operate one hundred around the globe. Both the river and the wing. Call themselves women Centric, meaning men can join it's not a philosophical choice before it changed its stance. The wing was sued for gender discrimination, and with membership starting around two thousand dollars a year. It's also been the object of criticism that it's designed primarily for. Affluent women, while the wing may be grabbing attention in the market. It is by no means the clear winner. In addition to battling with the Riveter, it's also competing with growing numbers of smaller local women's co working businesses, especially in trendy cities like Los Angeles. Denver in Seattle term success is far from guaranteed. But, you know, maybe that's the key to success, potent mix van Bishen and uncertainty that spurring innovation innovation. That's pushing the wing out the traditional co working box. From one three. This is business wars. Daily Haiti life are take on the news shares with a friend. And if you're a member of co working space drop line to your colleague. Thanks bunch. I'm David Browner will see tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business, your impact on the communities made a huge difference as thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free. External hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dell.

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"technology advisor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Small business technology advisor today, a debate about whether the country should have a patchwork of minimum wages is complicating push to raise the federal pay floor. It's also becoming an issue that's dividing House Democrats of Bill to gradually raise the federal minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour by the year. Twenty twenty four is just shy of the votes needed to pass the democratic led house of representatives, where it faces resistance from some lawmakers from regions, where wages and the cost of living are generally lower. It's a story by Wall Street Journal reporter Christina Peterson who covers Capitol Hill Christina. What's up here? Push among Democrats to show that they are behind raising the minimum wage, and in support of workers and unions, are hoping to see a higher minimum wage, but where exactly that minimum wage should be set at a federal level has been kind of a tricky issue for them. There's a pretty big group of support more than two hundred Democrats Putin house speaker, Nancy Pelosi support a Bill from house, education and labor committee chairman Bobby Scott that would raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. So they're getting close to the number that they would need to get that through the house, which is around two hundred eighteen, but they just don't seem to be able to quite get there. And the biggest hangup is from a group of lawmakers who are worried that, that would hurt places where the cost of living a little bit lower wages are lower and they're advocating for taking those regional differences into account. At this point, they just seem to be negotiating seeing if they can reach some kind of consensus, but they've been stuck there for a little while. So that fifteen dollars an hour in some places, I guess, maybe parts of middle America or. Gulf dates. They feel that are some lawmakers feel that, that would hurt small businesses as what stop expansion plans or could lead to lay off say, they worry that people could end up losing their jobs. If employers were forced to raise the minimum wage to quickly now even Democrats who wanted hit that regional approach into account have backed a plan from congresswoman Terri Sewell, that would eventually get fifteen dollars an hour everywhere it just would be over a longer period of time and urban centers and places where the minimum wage is already higher would would raise that more quickly. So most of it is really a question of timing. How quickly you would accelerate raising the minimum wage. Okay. So what kind of support does that have then kind of a gradual increase to fifteen? Group of supporters, but there's enough to make it sort of come to a standstill in the house. This is the Bill that they would love to be voting on and triumphantly passing. And they just haven't managed to get there yet. There's a lot of support for fifteen dollars minimum wage on the presidential campaign trail, most of the candidates favor that or some very similar variation. So there's sort of this widespread support, but some of the people who. This regional approach are also the lawmakers who represent the more vulnerable districts and many cases, these are the freshmen who helped Democrats take back the house majority so leadership needs to be sensitive to their political needs. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Christina Peterson. Her story is called push for a fifteen dollars minimum wage divides, Democrats, even if it passes as, as it struggling to, it's, it's not going to pass the Senate. Right. So this is just for show, basically. Right. Right. I mean, this is sort of part of the House, Democrats strategy to draw contrast between what and fair for. And what the GOP controlled Senate and White House is four ahead of the elections. They wanna make that contrast very clear for voters. But you're absolutely right. That the GOP controlled Senate is unlikely to take this Bill up at any point with majority leader McConnell in control. So this is this would be largely symbolic vote for shar art. So how much of a priority is this among House, Democrats? And I guess part of that, what are the odds? It's something like this will get done. Aids have different levels of optimism of when this will or won't weeks the house floor. There are negotiations going on chairman, Scott staff, met with the blue dog coalition, which a group of mar centrist House Democrats over the last congressional break in April, and I know that term and Scott has been talking to individual members who have concerns. So they are working the Bill and trying to get there but it's just sort of uncertain. Wait now whether they will chairman, Scott's sort of counter to the regional concerns is that he thinks that if you leave a regional approach in place, then that locks people into a lower wage already have that so income disparity is locked in Christina, Christina Peterson Wall Street Journal reporter who covers Capitol Hill reminder, by the way, we can connect on social.

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"technology advisor" Discussed on WWL

"Small business technology advisor today, a debate about whether the country should have a patchwork of minimum wages is complicating push to raise the federal pay floor. It's also becoming an issue that's dividing House Democrats a Bill to gradually raise the federal minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour by the year. Twenty twenty four is just shy of the votes needed to pass the democratic led house of representatives were at faces resistance from some lawmakers from regions, where wages and the cost of living are generally lower. It's a story by Wall Street Journal reporter Christina Peterson who covers Capitol Hill Christina. What's up here? Push among Democrats to show that they are behind raising the minimum wage, and in support of workers and unions, are hoping to see a higher minimum wage, but where exactly that minimum wage should be set at a federal level has been kind of a tricky issue for them. There's a pretty big group of support more than two hundred Democrats pudding. House speaker Nancy Pelosi support a Bill from house, education and labor committee chairman Bobby Scott that would raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. So they're getting close to the number that they would need to get that through the house, which is around two hundred eighteen, but they just don't seem to quite get there. And the biggest hangup is from group of lawmakers who are worried that, that would hurt places where the cost of living is a little bit lower wages are lower and they're advocating for taking those regional differences into account. So at this point, they just seem to be negotiating and seeing they can reach some kind of consensus. But they've been stuck there for a little while fifteen dollars an hour in some places, I guess, maybe parts of middle America or Gulf dates. Yeah. They feel that some lawmakers feel that, that would hurt small businesses a what stop expansion plans or could lead to say. Yeah. They worry that people could end up losing their jobs. If employers were forced to raise the minimum wage to quickly now even Democrats who wanted that regional into account have backed plan from congresswoman Terri Sewell that would eventually get fifteen dollars an hour everywhere. It just would be over a longer period of time and urban centers and places where the minimum wage is already higher would would raise that more quickly. So most of it is really a question of timing. How quickly you would accelerate raise in the minimum wage. So what kind of support does that have then kind of the gradual increase to fifteen? Not a huge group of supporters, but there's enough to make it sort of come to a standstill in that house. This is a Bill that they would love to be voting on and triumphantly passing. And they just haven't managed to get there yet. There's a lot of support for fifteen dollars minimum wage on the presidential campaign trail, most of the candidates favor that or some very similar variation. So there's sort of this widespread support, but some of the people who stated this regional approach are also the lawmakers who represent the more vulnerable districts in many cases, the freshmen who helped Democrats take back the house majority so leadership in needs to be sensitive to their political needs. Speaking with Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Christina Peterson her story is called push for a fifteen dollar minimum wage divides, Democrats even if it passes as as it struggling to its. It's not going to pass the Senate just for show. Basically. Right. To sort of part of the House Democrats strategy to draw a contrast between what and fair for. And what the GOP controlled Senate in white houses for a head of elections. They wanna make that contrast very clear for voters. But you're absolutely right. That the GOP controlled Senate is unlikely to take this Bill up at any point with majority leader McConnell in control. So this is largely symbolic vote for sure. Art. So how much of a priority is this among House, Democrats? And I guess as part of that, what are the odds, it's something like this will get done different aids. Have different levels of optimism when this will or won't reach the house floor. There are negotiations going on chairman, Scott staff, met with the blue dog coalition, which the group is more. Centrist House Democrats over the last congressional break in April, and I know that chairman Scott has been talking to individual members who. Have concerns. So they are working the Bill and trying to get there but it's just sort of uncertain right now. Whether they will chairman, Scott's sort of counter to the regional concerns is that he thinks that if you leave a regional approach in place, then that locks people into a lower wage already have that so income disparity is locked in Christina, Christina Peterson Wall Street Journal reporter who covers Capitol Hill reminder, by the way, we can connect.

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05:20 min | 1 year ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A small business technology advisor today, a debate about whether the country should have a patchwork of minimum wages is complicating push to raise the federal pay floor. It's also becoming an issue that's dividing House Democrats of Bill to gradually raise the federal minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour by the year. Twenty twenty four is just shy of the votes needed to pass the democratic led house of representatives, where it faces resistance from some lawmakers from regions, where wages and the cost of living are generally lower. It's a story by Wall Street Journal, reporter Christine Peterson who covers Capitol Hill Christina. What's up here? Big push among Democrats to show that they are behind waving the minimum wage, and in support of workers and unions, are hoping to see a higher minimum wage, where exactly that minimum wage should be set at a federal level has been kind of a tricky issue for them. There's a group of support more than two hundred Democrats. Putin Huck supported Bill from house, education and labor committee chairman, Bobby Scott, that would waive the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. So they're getting close to the number that they would need to get that through the house, which is around two hundred eighteen, but they just don't seem to quite get there. And the biggest hangup is from a group of lawmakers who are worried that, that would hurt places where the cost of living a little bit lower wages are lower and they're advocating for taking regional differences into account. So at this point, they just seem to be negotiating and seeing taking some kind of consensus that they've been here for a little while fifteen dollars an hour in some places, I guess, maybe parts of middle America or. They feel that some lawmakers feel that, that would hurt small businesses say, stop expansion plans or could lead to lay layoff. Yeah. They worry that people could end up losing their jobs. If employers were forced to raise the minimum wage to quickly now even Democrats wanted that regional into account have backed plan from congressman Perry Sewell, that would eventually get fifteen dollars an hour everywhere. It just would be over a longer period of time and urban centers and places where the minimum wage is already higher would would raise that more quickly. So most of it is really a question of tiny how quickly you would accelerate raising the minimum wage. So what kind of support does that have then kind of the gradual increase to fifteen? Group of supporters, but there's enough can make it should have come to a standstill in the house. This is the Bill that they would love to be voting on and triumphantly passing. And they just haven't managed to get there yet. There's a lot of port for fifty dollar minimum wage on the presidential campaign trail, most of the candidates favor that or some very similar variation. So there's sort of this widespread support, but some of the people who this regional approach are also the lawmaker represent the more vulnerable districts in many cases. These are the freshmen who helped Democrats take back the house majority so leadership needs to be sensitive to their political needs. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Christina Peterson. Her story is called push for a fifteen dollar minimum wage divides, Democrats, even if it passes as struggling to its. It's not going to pass the Senate just for show. Right. I mean, this is sort of part of the House, Democrats strategy to draw contrast between what and fair for what the GOP controlled Senate in White House for a head of elections. They want to make that contrast very clear for voters. But you're absolutely right that the GOP controlled Senate. It's unlikely to take the spill up at any point with majority leader McConnell in control. So this is largely symbolic about for sure. How much of a priority is this among House, Democrats? And I guess part of that, what are the odds? It's something like this will get done. Aids have different levels of optimism when this will or. Weeks. The house floor. There are negotiations going on chairman, Scott staff, met with the blue dog coalition, which is a group of more. Centrist Democrats over the last congressional break in April, and I know that Scott has been talking to individual members who have concerns. So they are working the Bill and trying to get there but it's just sort of uncertainty right now, whether they will chairman Scott, sort of counter to the concerns is that he thinks that if you leave we approach in place, then that locks people into a lower wage already have that so income disparity is locked in Pristina Christina Peterson Wall Street Journal reporter who covers Capitol Hill reminder, by the way, we can connect.

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Schick Razor Owner to Acquire Indy Shaver for $1.4 Billion

Business Wars Daily

04:15 min | 1 year ago

Schick Razor Owner to Acquire Indy Shaver for $1.4 Billion

"Business daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today that's eight seven seven B, you ideal L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this business wars daily on this Wednesday may fifteenth by now it's no surprise that. Big old conglomerates are worried about being upended by online upstarts which accounts for last week's news that the owner of Schick razors is spending almost one and a half billion dollars to acquire. Harry's razors a business that is only six years old Harry's cells razors for both men and women and other grooming products via subscription with less overhead than legacy brands. Harry's has been able to shrink prices, even as it offers sleekly designed products it also adopted the kind of personal relationship building marketing common to online brands these days. Now that shouldn't surprise you. Since before starting Harry's co founder Jeff raider helped launch glassmaker Worby Parker, which practically invented direct to consumer disruptors Harry's captured two percent of the three big. Million dollar razor marketing only five years, according to the market research firm Euromonitor now that might not sound like much, but it was enough to hurt chicks parent company edge will and Procter and gamble which owns razor giant Gillette. Their market shares. Sank like stones Harry's sword online startup dollarshaveclub posed an even bigger challenge than Harry's. Did the trouble for the old line packaged goods companies goes beyond the new upstart competitors? It's also that the whole shaving market is shrinking according to the online site, vox vox, blames that on the aging of the American population and says tongue in cheek when you get old you don't grow as much hair. So you don't shave as much and then you die well with razor sailed slowing Unilever, the giant consumer packaged goods company took action early three years ago. It's been a billion dollars to acquire Dollar Shave Club at the time analysts specula-. Late wrongly. It turns out that proctoring gamble might acquire Harry's. But it didn't. And now it's competitor Schick has Harry's in its grooming arsenal as FOX also points out a whole bunch of new razor rivals of jumped into the market right at the time when fewer of us care to get rid of our hair that makes for ferocious competition. Clearly Schick is taking advantage of Gillette. When Gillette is down buying Harry's. Now is just one more way to shave a few more points off Gillette's faltering lead. See what we did there shape? For wondering this business worse daily. You know, what we love it gives ratings and reviews on our podcast. So would you take a minute? And and do that it helps his findings. Thanks so much for listening. I'm David Brown will see it Amaro. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business. Your impact on the communities made a huge difference. As thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free external hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today that's eight seven seven B U Y D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership eight seven seven by Dell.

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Simmering Victoria's Secret, Third Love Conflict Reignites

Business Wars Daily

04:29 min | 1 year ago

Simmering Victoria's Secret, Third Love Conflict Reignites

"Business daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y DA L L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Tuesday may fourteenth as listeners to this podcast may already know the lingerie company third love has been in a heated war with Victoria secret for some time third. Love boasts that it makes bras sized for well, just about everyone. And it says it's the antecedents of sexy. Victoria secret, the rival companies have been openly hostile last November, Victoria secret marketing chief Ed rock stirred controversy, when he told vogue magazine that the seven billion dollar company had no plans to cater to larger sized women. And that transgender models had no place in Victoria secret's annual runway show, and he jabbed at third love to saying. We're nobody's third love. We're there burst. Love we should note here that Razzaq later apologized for his remarks, however, rose comments angered third. CEO hijack in an open letter in the New York Times she wrote quoting here. We're done with pretending certain sizes don't exist or aren't important enough to serve and please stop insisting that inclusivity is a trend that simmering war just reignited women's wear daily reports that Victoria's Secret owner L brands has trademarked the phrase, I love for its personal care products body washes lotions that sort of thing the US patent and trademark office. However has so far denied the company's application to apply the phrase to launch array and other clothing, citing a small clothing companies existing trademark on the phrase, the new I love trademark is an obvious shot across third loves bow. It's also a sign that L brands which despite its recent declines is still a mammoth company is concerned about the San Francisco startup third. Love earned an estimated one hundred sixty million dollars in revenues twenty. Eighteen now that's miniscule compared to Victoria's Secret. More telling however is third loves valuation by investors of seven hundred fifty million dollars and the appointment to the third love board of investor. Lori Greeley who just happens to be Victoria's secrets former CEO L brands may consider its decision to trademarked the phrases shrewd. But some observers say otherwise in a blog post on the feminist site Jez Abell rider Hazel sills took a dig at the company saying that in its quest to remain relevant. Victoria secret is trying a new strategy extreme pettiness. Well, one thing is for sure whether the I love trademark works to boost the brand sales or not it's been worth a boatload of publicity for third love. From wondering this business wars daily. We luck falling on the ongoing rivalry between companies. So what do you tell us out of quick survey? One dot com slash survey. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business. Your impact on the communities made a huge difference. As thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free external hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today that's eight seven seven B U Y D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership eight seven seven by Dell.

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"technology advisor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Technology advisor today students cross the country are taught what to do in case of an active shooter situation, avoid barricade and hide and as a last resort confront the shooter. But to school shootings in as many weeks where the students who confronted the shooter were killed prompting officials to question this practice or wonder at the very least should the risk of doing. So be discussed. It's a story by Wall Street Journal education reporter, tonal Hobbs, tone, L what's up here. You know in the last several years more schools have been teaching students to counter the shooter basically to fight back if necessary or if an opportunity permit instead of just hiding after these two deaths of this month in shootings students doing just that fighting back has some school officials and experts talking to wondering if this is the best met, that's method. You wonder too? I mean training only goes so far right sometimes students just willing to do it or want to do it or feel compelled to do it regardless of of what training says Tino high run for their their instincts say go get the shooter. Exactly. And that's one of the parents in the Colorado shooting last week. That's what he said. He believed it, you know, the student the student died trying to counter one of the shooter's he said, it was just an unconscious active bravery, how many students actually might you know, might admit that boy thank goodness had the train. Inning, right. Because so much panic has to set in. How do you how do you begin to recall? I don't know how many hours you spend doing a course on training or whatever. And the students are trained, you know that. Permits you know, you or your laptop do whatever. And in basically, you know, a group of you guys jump on the shooter because it's harder to fi- a group of kids. I mean, they do spend, you know, a decent amount of time letting students show that that's an option whereas in the past, you know, it was kind of you know, down in early stay hidden and our site. So, you know, in talking to students definitely in their mind when something like this happens, what are some of the professionals saying here in the wake of what happened in Greensboro? And then highlands ranch. You know, and that's the thing. Kind of split. I mean, people that will obviously some of the experts sat trying to do this. They think the way to go. I mean, you know, like, they said it it it is just a popular decision. But an example, they use is, unfortunately, you might have a student get killed or you could have a whole classroom students and their desk get killed, and you know, one of the experts that he actually is founder of the Alice program. And his name is Craig crane. And you know, that's pretty much what he said he said he could sit there and become victims. Or you know, they can do something to become a hero. But then on the other you have some experts those co-official saying, I don't think we want to create a generation of martyr sear speaking with Wall Street Journal reporter toenail Hobbs, she covers education issues, and she's written a piece entitled schools question, whether they should keep teaching students to confront shooters. Are you mentioned the the Alice training method, which is an acronym? Explain what that stands for the the alert basically tell so one when you become aware of threat. You know, the L is lockdown they want you to evacuate. If if he can. But if not to be are paid, you know, the entry points into the room, inform, that's mainly for the I is informs mainly for employees in school safety officers to communicate information on where the shooter might be because its students. No or people. Oh that the shooter's running into school that might give them an opportunity to escape at the other end. And then to see is the counter the counters the most contentious part of it because that part of it what she did strike shooter enough where it will mess up the shooter's ability to aim accurately and that kid Intel, laptops, and then if if you can't escape, you know, after you throw all the stuff to shooter, then you know, they call it for the shooter. Everybody jump on the shooter and in the evacuated just get out to a safe area. Now, they are trained in students feel comfortable to break out a window on the pastors students to said, oh, I couldn't get out the windows. Locked trading to break out the window or whatever you have to do to Tiv accurate if you can toenail tonal Hobbs, Wall Street Journal education reporter, twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news. If this were just any door. And this just any ignition connected to just any transmission. Just any vehicle the perhaps it would be okay to buy it from just.

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"technology advisor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Technology advisor today, the U S China trade conflict is headed for America's shopping centers. When the Trump administration began placing tariffs on Chinese imports last year. It cushioned the blow to consumers by targeting items purchased by US manufacturers and other businesses, but the higher tariffs set to go into force tomorrow would apply to items purchased that we buy directly like furniture and clothing at stores like target, WalMart and Macy's. It's a story by Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Josh, what can we expect? It's going to be a little bit different this time. I mean, previous rounds of cares that we've had over the past year they've been focused on things that people aren't buying directly on. Almost overwhelmingly it's been things like stealing aluminum people don't buy huge amounts of steel, aluminum directly. It's in the products we buy, but you're not buying it directly. And when they initially hit China with tariffs last year, they really focused on the same kinds of products, you know, chemicals and turbans and factory machinery is really disruptive to some of the businesses that used to stuff, but that it that consumers aren't feeling is directly, and what's different about this new terror threat. The president has said he's going to raise tariffs against China on about two hundred billion dollars Chinese imports from ten percent to twenty five percent. I huge amount of goods that are going to get hit by this. New tariffs are consumer goods. It is things that people buy it's furniture food items. It's handbags it's you know, a payroll, it's a really broad. It's it's really broad amount of things that people buy stores that are going to be in a big way for the first time in this trade war. So do we pay more for those other items? Steal and not actually realize it. Yeah. That's exactly what what's been happening. I mean, the prices of stealing aluminum move have gone up quite a bit. But as a consumer you don't necessarily notice that you know, when they first now, stealing aluminum tests commerce secretary went on TV, and he held up a buck Cana Campbell Soup. And he said, look, there's only three cents of steel in this and you're not gonna and that's right. I mean, it was a hit for Campbell's soup. But you know, the average consumer didn't really notice the price of soup going up because it was a small part of the overall cost of canned soup. So it's easy to miss that. Even though today significant for the company that's easy for the consumers dimiss that. But now when you're talking about putting these tests directly on consumer goods, you know, it's not in in a lot of cases have been a couple of products where they did put the tariffs on the product directly. One example, washing machines, they put washing. They put tariffs on washing machines last year and the price shot up about twenty five percent almost right away. So that the price happened there just with that most people by washing machine off. Often. So you don't necessarily notice. So once it hits things that people buy on a more regular basis. It's certainly possible that a lot more people are suddenly going to notice the effects of this speaking with Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Josh zoom. Brin species called consumers could be hit as new front opens in U S, China trade fight talk about the latest round of tariffs that could go on Chinese imports scheduled for Friday. So that said could we then hear more consumer outcry? Well, that's gonna be the interesting thing to see. I mean, part of the reason that the administration was a little bit in bold into to step is the economy had been doing really, well, you know, consumers doing well. The jobs report has come in and it's been positive and so the administration has about like the trade action. So far, you know, they hadn't they still they could they could do bigger things. Now, if they take these actions that does have a bigger economic effect. It has a market affect if consumers. Start realizing why some of the prices at the store going up. You know, I think the washing machines even people who noticed the washing machines are more expensive warrant necessarily following things closely enough to make the connection that was because of the trade actions, but you know, people do start to notice if it starts showing up in polls or something like that. I think you would really see the administration have to grapple with with how they're going to carry out their strategy the whole peer be that we see things more expensive. Therefore, we don't buy them therefore China is in shipping as many in. Therefore, China's economy is hurt. And there's a a a grant agreement reached. Well, it's it's it's not totally clear. What the indigo is. I mean, one scenario would be that the White House is trying to apply a lot of pressure to China to get a really good deal in place. It would eventually mean that all these cats are going to go away, and there's going to be kind of better trading. Terms of China and US companies we'll have more. Ability to sell things in China. That's one possibility. Thanks. Josh. Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal, twenty.

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"technology advisor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Technology advisor today, the U S China trade conflict is headed for America's shopping centers. When the Trump administration began placing tariffs on Chinese imports last year. It cushioned the blow to consumers by targeting items purchased by US manufacturers and other businesses, but the higher tariffs set to go into force tomorrow would apply to items purchased that we buy directly like furniture and clothing at stores like target, WalMart and Macy's. It's a story by Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Josh, what can we expect? It's going to be a little bit different this time. I mean previous rounds of cares that we'd had over the past year. They've been focused on things that people aren't buying directly on. Almost overwhelmingly it's been things like stealing aluminum, don't by the amounts of steel and aluminum directly. It's in the products we buy, but you're not buying it directly. And when they initially hit China with tariffs last year, they really focused on the same products chemicals and turbans and factory machinery is really disruptive to some of the businesses that used to, but it did consumers aren't feeling directly and with different about this new terror threat. The president has said he's going to raise tariffs against China on about two hundred billion dollars to Chinese imports from ten percent to twenty five percent, huge amount of goods that are going to get hit by this new. Consumer goods it is things that people buy furniture food items. It's handbags it's you know, a payroll a really broad. It's really broad amount of things that people buy stores they're going to be in a big way for the first time in the war. So do we pay more for those other items like steel and not actually realize it? Yeah. That's exactly what what's been happening. I mean, the prices of steel and aluminum move have gone up quite a bit. But it consumer you don't necessarily notice that you know, when they first now, stealing aluminum commerce secretary went on TV. Campbell soup. And he said, look, there's only three cents of stealing. This can you're not going to hit for Campbell's soup. But you know, the average consumer didn't really notice the price of going up because it was a small part of the overall cost of. Not Tim to miss that. Even the very significant for the company for the consumers to miss that. But now when you're talking about putting these directly on consumer goods, you know, it's not in in a lot of cases a couple of products where they did put the directly one example examples washing machine, stay put washing tariffs on washing machines last year and the price shot up about twenty five percent almost right away. Happened there. It's just that by washing machine, very often. So you don't necessarily notice. So once it hits things that people buy on a more regular basis. It's certainly possible that a lot more people are sending to notice the effects of this speaking with Wall Street Journal economics reporter, Josh zoom. Brin species called consumers could be hit as new front opens in US China trade fight talk about the latest round of tariffs that could go on Chinese imports scheduled for Friday. So that said could we then hear more consumer outcry? Well, that's going to be the interesting thing to see. I mean, the reason that the administration was a little bit emboldened to to step had been doing really well. You know, consumers or doing well the jobs report has come in. And it's been positive and city administration has the trade action. So far. You know, they hadn't they still they could do bigger things. Now, if they take these actions at does have a bigger economic has a market effect. If consumers star realising, why some of the prices are going up the washing machines, even people who noticed the washing machines are more expensive necessarily following closely enough to make the connection that was because of the trade actions. But you know, if people notice it starts showing up in polls or something like that. I think he would really see the administration have to grapple with with how they're going to carry out their strategy the whole peer be that we see things more expensive. Therefore, we don't buy them therefore China is in shipping as many in there for China's economy is hurt. And there's a a grant agreement reached. Well, it's it's it's not totally clear. What is I mean? One scenario would be that that the White House is trying to apply a lot of pressure to China to get a really good -til in place. It would eventually mean that all these cats are going to go away, and there's going to be kind of better trading terms. China companies will have more ability to sell things in China possibility. Thanks, Josh, Josh zoom Brin economics reporter at the Wall Street Journal, twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news. This human resources professional is a rockstar. Thanks to Cronos. And this is hype song. Have HR payroll talent and time..

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"technology advisor" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"A technology advisor for the Orange County sheriff's department he tells can connects it's not a nerd job. But rather a competition, and I think that's starting to become exciting to some people that are actually participating in a a. Form of warfare form of competition that that could be quite interesting in a lot more interesting than most jobs McDonald, also says it pays well often in the six figure range cybersecurity ventures. Estimates cybercrime will cost the world. Six trillion dollars a year by twenty twenty one. There's a local congresswoman pushing for a new Bill that would lower prescription drug costs Monterey park democrat Judy CHU. Cited a house reports that found thousands of uninsured people in her district with diabetes. They pay twenty three times more for a type of insulin than people in Australia. Spoke about the fact that actually influences so much cheaper in Mexico and Canada that now there are a group of people and and social media group that that all go down to Mexico together by the drugs there on mass because there are reports the Trump administration is in talks with the house speaker Nancy Pelosi about a new prescription drug Bill to lower costs. There has been growing concerned within the US food and Drug administration about a series of food poisoning outbreaks involving Romain lettuce in emails to colleagues obtained through a public records. Request one senior FDA official says the industry needed to change how it tests water used to grow leafy greens. The FDA says since those emails were written the agency has been working with growers to improve safety and our eye in the sky is checking out a crash on the fifty seven in diamond bar. That's coming up in less than four minutes at four forty five. It's four forty one is my here for cutting dental number one for the permanent teeth today procedure, so loosen missing and damaged teeth. They're gone and fast. You get back to how things are supposed to be no more worrying about people seeing your smile. No more embarrassments just a big boost in confidence right away because you'll be looking and feeling better than ever happier. Healthier bad teeth can cause all sorts of problems do not wait for that to happen. Go to cunning. They're the pros. They have been in business fifty years, and it's a family business that I feel good and people have flown in from other states because cutting is that good at what.

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"technology advisor" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Business. Technology advisor today. Scientists recently completed an experiment studying the effects of the drug MD on octopuses, which is part of a bigger experiment of what happens when you give scientists LSD. Funny. Funny. So I'm not big on bathroom chatting. But. One of the rock station guys. She says to me says if you're in the bathroom at work, you don't wanna talk to people, right? Okay. Into your business wash your hands. Go out. There's a guy I was in the bathroom yesterday. And a guy walked in guy like, but he had his head piece on his talking on the cellphone walked in the bathroom. Did his thing washed walked out while still talking? Yeah. Don't talk to me while you're doing your thing, man. There was a guy. I know I realized I could be a thousand miles away nothing to do with me. I just I don't wanna know you're in life. You're on the phone with me and you hear like some sort of cavernous echo. And I say I'm in the garage. I don't have a garage. Just so, you know, there was a guy. A couple of days ago in the stall during the serious business talking full volume on his cell phone, totally unabashed non pretty sure we could have done by Thursday. I understand. Yeah. Yeah. That is that is I have to ask. But I think yeah. Sure. Yeah. I'm pretty comfortable in saying that. Yeah. Likely to do that as I'm likely to take flight the idea that I would do that just not not in my world. I'm not going to do that that seems wrong hundred different levels to me. Xiaomi me them everybody. Nobody wins. Lose should be ashamed of going to the bathroom. So. I am. In one of the rock station guys system. He says. They built a bridge to Hawaii. Could you drive on it? I said, you know, I'd probably have to take anxiety drugs 'cause I would probably freak out. Eventually, I I get. Mike how? I get a little bit of anxiety on bridges and like super high rant. Sometimes I don't know why anxieties weird thing. But my son does it's a it's a drag. Oh, man, we're gonna fall offer. It's gonna collapse Nike anybody's ever driven to south Lake Tahoe. In California highway fifty. You're driving through the woods drive through the woods driving through the woods for a long damn time bag and for a lot of pine trees. Really lovely. Here's a quaint little tourist town. Honey, more driving through the woods. Then all of a sudden with. No warning, you are on the edge of a cliff looking fifteen hundred feet down with the just a little aluminum guardrail between you and a caveman death. And the only thing I ever think is. Wow. What a gorgeous view, right. I'm with passengers. There's something in the car right Wasserman car. And you know, it's funny. The rational brain my rational brain in my irrational, brain have this giant fight wore my rational brain is thinking is saying you've millions of miles. You're a much better driver than the average person. This is a good car. Your tires are reasonably knew it would take a bizarre circumstance beyond all reason for anything bad to happen. The other part of my bracing. It's weird. You have no control over that. Right. Oh, I don't have a half of one percent of anxiety about that. Just doesn't even I didn't even know kid. My kid has. Yeah. Yeah. It's weird. So anyway, but I picture myself on the bridge to Hawaii starting off being very excited. Jerry Brown project that I just heard as soon as a bullet trains, and it's going to cost a billion to four hundred billion summer, but I can picture myself white being really excited and thinking. Wow. This is amazing Honey yell if you see a whale and slowly getting like four hundred miles out in the Pacific and thinking we go over the edge. It's just it's death probably by sharks probably chewed apart by sharks and just slowly going slower and slower and going more and more toward the exact middle of the road till I'm doing ten miles per hour straddling lane marker right in the middle. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. Well, they would have to have some sort of floating rest stop because it'd take your very long time from Miami. To key west is mostly bridge over the I was going to ask you about that. And it's quite a one hundred fifty miles. Yeah. You got the Coronado bridge San Diego. It's a landmark in absolutely gorgeous. I prefer to be in one of the middle lanes the bay bridge, which is interesting. I just never think of that on the other hand people would say to me, why are you worried about getting the shot? It doesn't hurt. Right. I mean, it hurts about as much as mosquito bite. I'm third. What's interesting is came on late in life. And I have no idea why I don't want to hear that. There are things I'm not afraid of now I could end up being afraid of want that. I was comfortable with what I am afraid is is almost the wrong word or it's almost not quite a good enough word because it's it's a sudden in irrational, deep animal revulsion, it's like the same thing. If you saw a lion charging out of the bushes. It's completely involuntary and irrational not does in Honey, you're being irrational. But in terms of being just completely like, brain stem. My youngest son has that every second was life. Yeah. How am I God? Which is why he's paralyzed by fear all the time. Yeah. Just there's no control over that. My oldest son just occasionally gets it. But yet like going over bridges are we going to tip over? No, we're not going to tip over. It's never happened in the history of the world millions of cars Passovers bridge. And but I know that that logic doesn't work. So what's the point of even trying? I guess. It reminds me very much of my neighbor when I was growing up in Chicago land, we know no fences there, no privacy fences. Nobody I know what California's amazing nobody has privacy fence, you stand your backyard. You look for yards over you. See your buddy. Dave. And you say, hey, Dave, how you doing? How does that work with Dart's precisely my next door? Neighbor fewer dogs when I was a kid. I was about eight or so when my next door neighbors moved out and some new folks moved in actually, they're they're pretty nice people. But they had a big bull mastiff that to an eight year old was the size of a lion. And this thing would charge at you through their backyard into my backyard and stop four feet shorter. You who and nothing ever happened other than that? But yeah, it's it's about the same feeling when one of those irrational animal phobia, fear anxiety thinks comes over here. It's it's it's sake. That was a very good. Big dark. Our big dog bark. I thank you. I have plenty of chance to work on it. Yeah. Freaking dog. Oh, I hated. It hated. I remember.

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"technology advisor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Technology advisor today, the vote anger the voter anger rather over healthcare that wants propelled Republicans to the majority in the house and Senate is now bullying Democrats hopes for the midterm elections when Democrats passed and rolled out ObamaCare voters protested changes in coverage rising premiums and the loss of their doctors. Now Republicans are facing the same threat for attempting to undo the healthcare law, formerly known as the Affordable Care Act. It's a story by Kimberly Leonard healthcare reporter at the Washington Examiner, Kimberly set the scene. Well, a big part of it was the repeal and replace efforts by Republicans in the house and Senate last year. Those obviously did not come through and Republicans were unable to replace the healthcare law. But as that was happening there appeared to be a lot more awareness about what the law did. And Democrats really in particular were seizing on very specific part of the law, which prohibits health insurance companies from turning away potential customers who have pre existing conditions and also from charging them more for their healthcare. It's a part of ObamaCare that has always been very popular. But it's one that people sorta became more aware within the law, and it's a part of the law that has made health insurance for some a lot more expensive, but people really appear to continue to believe in those protections. And even though Republicans say they want to preserve them. Democrats are saying well your actions tell us otherwise he tried to repeal. This laws which contains these protections. We're speaking with Kimberly Leonard healthcare reporter at the Washington Examiner pieces called after years on defense. Democrats now plan to weaponize ObamaCare zero two Republicans are facing the same threat for attempting to undo the healthcare laws. They're the same passion like heading into an election. Well, there they're still a good part of the Republican base that disapproves of before. And you know, Republicans are still valley to undo the lot and on top of that. There are about twenty state officials mostly attorneys general but a couple of governors who have waged a lawsuit ask a court to invalidate ObamaCare. And what happened on top of that is that the Trump administration also said, well, we agree with this lawsuit. But we think instead of invalidating Alabama carry you should just invalidate the rules on pre existing conditions. And so that provides kind of another avenue for Democrats to say see they're looking at taking away your healthcare. And that's the message that they've sort of put out there. So what are we seeing? I guess maybe in different parts of the country about ObamaCare in campaign ads. Well, you have candidates who are running on pre existing conditions for the most part. They're not always calling out the horrible character ObamaCare by name. So they'll share either personal stories about pre existing conditions. They have had. So you have Heidi Heitkamp, you have Claire mccaskill both talking about their history with breast cancer and saying look, I understand how difficult this is. I had a pre existing condition. You have in specific states attorneys general who are seeking to undo the law who even then are saying that they're in support of preexisting conditions. So this is kind of become the part of the healthcare law that has almost become, you know, this litmus test of you know, how in favor of you are of the. Of how much in favor of keeping these protections in place. Whether you're democrat or Republican you had a breakout in your store to in which you're talking about a red state survival strategy and referenced West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin explained his situation. Right, right. So he is one of the senators who's running against the attorney general and the state who is among those, you know, on who sign onto this lawsuit. And you know, West Virginia is a state that went very heavily toward President Trump and Senator Manchin has an ad that he put out recently, and what she's actually shooting with a rifle and two a copy of this lawsuit to gut ObamaCare. And then it he calls that something that is just wrong except the ad mostly refers to the pre existing conditions protections. But pretty much regardless of whether you're on these plans are not most of the public does not want to see a return to the days in which people with pre. Existing conditions cancer. Diabetes asthma are unable to obtain health insurance that helps to cover their medical means, Kimberly, Kimberly. Leonard healthcare reporter at the Washington Examiner twenty minutes now.

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"technology advisor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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Dell, Murder and David Ortiz discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Dell, Murder and David Ortiz discussed on 24 Hour News

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Dell, Oliver Stone and Bolton discussed on Ethan Bearman

Ethan Bearman

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Dell, Oliver Stone and Bolton discussed on Ethan Bearman

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"technology advisor" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"technology advisor" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Technology advisor today six rolex watches and money as a result of this but i think he'll look at that as a parting gift and not try to pursue any legal remedy against miss anna's for that the judge also reduced or weapons charge to a misdemeanor the da's office released a statement saying they're disappointed in the judge's decision because the evidence they say clearly demonstrates that foster seriously hurt his girlfriend the silicon valley bureau by colgan kcbs forty niners refused to vote for the new policy that the nfl approved today regarding the national anthem kcbs as doug sovereign says the compromise will force players to stand for the bar of the star spangled banner or stay in the locker room there was a time when this version of the star spangled banner was considered subversive now guitarist routinely emulate jimi hendrix before ball games but the nfl says kneeling during the national anthem remains disrespectful and players who are on the field must stand or their team will be fine this all began of course when forty niners quarterback colin kaepernick neil not to protest the military or veterans but racial inequality and police brutality in america there are a lot of things that are going on their unjust people aren't being held accountable for and that's something that needs to change now cabinet is unemployed richard lap chick head of the institute for diversity and ethics in sport at the university of central florida tells kcbs the nfl won't make things better with this new approach i don't see it as much of a compromise them more than disappointed with the decision it certainly gives me peer instead of trying to silence the players after time when it seemed like the relationship of players had improved lap chick says players are likely to find some other way to protest in the locker room or in the.

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