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"teneo" Discussed on The Crypto Overnighter

The Crypto Overnighter

07:42 min | 6 d ago

"teneo" Discussed on The Crypto Overnighter

"Here, encrypted, it's 10 p.m. Pacific time, my name is nicodemus and welcome back to the crypto overnighter, where we take a nightly look at the crypto NFT and metaverse space, and keep in mind nothing in this show should ever be considered financial advice. It's Friday, December 2nd, 2022, and welcome to the weekend. You made it. Now let's go. The United States trustee handling FTX bankruptcy proceedings has referred to the now defunct exchange as they quote fastest big corporate failure in American history. And so now they're calling for an independent investigation into its sudden downfall. In a December 1st motion U.S. trustee Andrew varra noted that over the course of 8 days in November, the value of the company's assets quote suffered a virtually unprecedented decline. Now this is from a market high of $32 billion earlier this year to a severe liquidity crisis following a run on the bank. Vara has called for an independent examination of FTX stating that it is, quote, especially important because of the wider implications that FTX has collapsed may have for the crypto industry. An independent examiner has been called in to investigate the bankruptcy. This type of examiner is typically brought in when it is in the interest of creditors or when unsecured debts exceed $5 million. Independent examiners have been called in other high profile bankruptcy cases like Lehman Brothers and more recently Celsius as part of its ongoing chapter 11 case. Now you can calling for the independent examination of FTX, the U.S. trustee handling the case stated quote the questions at stake are simply too large and too important to be left to an internal investigation. So in a motion filed on December 1st, the trustee argued that the appointment of an examiner, which requires the approval of the judge, would be in the interest of customers and other interested parties. The examiner would be able to quote investigate the substantial and serious allegations of fraud, dishonesty, incompetence, misconduct, and mismanagement by FTX. Now this motion also suggests that the examiner could look into the circumstances, surrounding FTX collapse. The movement of customer funds off the exchange and whether entities that have lost money on FTX can claim back those losses. The U.S. trustee has acknowledged that some parties may be concerned about the costs and potential overlap with the company's internal investigation. But has emphasized the importance of appointing an independent examiner to investigate the company's sudden collapse. In related news, the U.S. attorney's office and the SEC have reportedly sent requests for information to investors and firms that work closely with FTX. The authorities have not yet made any charges, but appeared to be closely investigating the former exchange. And so now let's take a look at Asia because FTX Japan is hoping to restart withdrawals after its parent company, FTX approved a plan to return deposits. If this plan is successful, Japanese users of the collapsed crypto exchange could be among the first to get their money back. Withdrawals from FTX Japan were suspended on November 8th after local financial regulators ordered the exchange to halt services. Now three days later, FTX trading limited, the global enterprise founded by sbf filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States. And so they announced on its website that they have received approval from the management team at FTX trading to restart withdrawals. This, according to the notice, the exchange was able to confirm with its bankruptcy lawyers in the U.S. that the Japanese customers funds quote should not be part of the FTX Japan's estate given how these assets are held and property interests under Japanese law. Now this exchange has been working on the plant to restart withdrawals for the last two weeks. Now apparently they have already begun work on the plan to restart withdrawals and its engineering teams are working to make this possible. Now the notice also states that the exchange will incorporate controls, security audits, reconciliations, and reviews to establish a robust and secure process for withdrawals. FTX Japan will also publish information about customer assets held in segregated wallets and trust accounts each Monday. The notice also says they exchange aims to provide additional information regarding the resumption of withdrawals for its users in the near future. Now from Japan, let's go to Thailand because we have some central banker news for you. Central Bank governors from around the world are currently in Thailand for a conference hosted by the bank of Thailand and the bank for international settlements. This conference is focused on the role of central banks in the face of evolving financial technology and a panel discussion on digitized money systems included discussions about the rise of digital assets and Central Bank digital currencies, as well as the risks associated with these technologies. Eddie U is the CEO of the Hong Kong monetary authority. And he discussed the innovations and benefits of blockchain technology, as well as the potential impact on central banks. He noted that in the long term, CDC's and stablecoins could offer a more efficient and cost effective way of conducting transactions, but stressed that there are risks associated with any new technology. You said that regulators should focus on off chain activities related to blockchain technology, such as regulating virtual asset exchanges rather than trying to mitigate on chain risks. He also revealed that the Hong Kong government is working on regulations for the stablecoin industry, that align with international consensus. We can start with regulating off chain activities like regulating virtual asset exchanges. Hong Kong will soon introduce not just AML aspect, but also investor protection. On the other hand, Chang Yang re, governor of the bank of Korea was less optimistic about the future of blockchain technology in the monetary sector. And so he cited the recent failures of Tara Luna and FTX quote I was more positive before, but after seeing the Tara Luna and now FTX issues, I don't know if we will see the real benefit of this new technology. At least for monetary policy. And from Thailand, it is a hop over to Singapore, because there are some developments in the three arrows capital saga. Teneo is the New York based liquidation firm appointed by a British Virgin Islands court to handle this bankruptcy. Well, they have seized $35.6 million from the bank accounts of three arrows capital. This marks the largest amount of money recovered since three arrows capital imploded in July, leaving behind $3.5 billion in debt. This seizure was made three months after ten year old received permission from Singapore's high court to begin investigating the firm's assets in the country. And so it wasn't a court hearing on Friday, liquidators reported that they had recovered $2.8 million from forced redemptions of investments, as well as an unspecified number of crypto and NFTs. The task of locating and preserving the remaining assets of three arrows so that they can be returned to investors has been made more difficult by the uncooperative behavior of the hedge funds founders, Kyle Davies and suzu, according to teneo. In fact, the liquidators have expressed frustration with the founders lack of cooperation, stating that they have only had limited communication with them in their lawyers. In a court hearing today, the liquidators pointed

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"teneo" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:13 min | 2 months ago

"teneo" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"It's a good lesson. The minutes from the fed's September meeting were released yesterday, and the headline there that policymakers have been surprised by persistently surging prices, even as they raise interest rates to cool off the economy. The Central Bank has raised benchmark rates three full percentage points since March. Let's get back to Becky. Stop me if you've heard this before, that Central Bank officials expect higher interest rates to remain in place until prices come down. This has been the chatter. This has been what everybody knows what everybody expects. And when we got that hotter than expected producer price index number yesterday, that made people that think that this could be a longer haul than even before. I just don't know, how do you know not that you're not going to overshoot? On raising rates? Yeah. How do you know that what they've done this point? How do we know that this isn't going to work? Do we really need to know? But if we go another three quarter, you may be. But if you are looking at inflation that is stubborn, it's so persistent. And if you can do it by continuing to keep, look, it's too terrible choices. Do you kill the economy with higher interest rates? Or do you let people's spending power get completely eaten away by inflation? We talk about Tina's dead. We talk about how attractive four point three, 4.4 is on the, how do we know this isn't enough right now? How do we know this is? Have you ever noticed anything you go further? You know you're going to overshoot and you'd argue that some people clearly people think it's not the fed thinks it's not enough because they look at numbers. Well that's also looking at some of the just look at just how tight the employment picture is. Just straight up feeling whiny. I stopped raising. You don't want them to raise today. No, I want them to go 50. I mean, that would be interesting. The problem is, is that the market would react as if that's the point. But look, they are trying to quell human behavior. And if they go 50 basis points, the markets will think they've broken them. And it will be off to the races again. This is what you watch with Bank of England right now. What's going to happen, right? Is the Bank of England going to actually close the window and say, no more guilt purchases, we're back to quantitative tightening, or they've got their own treasury secretary in effect, who's arguing against the central banker there. You said 2020, guests hold Barbara Walters. How old? 93. Good for her. Guess who doesn't look 80? Don't say me. Go to. Joy behar. Oh, she does not look 80. Did you see the president and First Lady? I hope on my birthday. Yeah. Not for nothing, but they did a long video that they played on that show yesterday. I mean, they love her. Well, you know, that's what you do. No, it's on. That's on Twitter and it was the person who sent it to me wasn't actually saying this is awesome. I mean, it was like, can you, I think they use the word cringe worthy. But yeah, it's a check it out. It's like a minute long. And they were really, really nice. Happy birthday. Yeah, not quite that. Doctor Biden didn't do that. Cheese will be next. Up next on squawk pod, red hot inflation, an aggressive Federal Reserve. It's the 2022 story, the markets can't shake, and we can't stop talking about. We're looking at the policies and the pain still to come, with former Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan. I think there are some things in the supply side you could do to try and mop up inflation, take pressure off the fed, and instead the fed's going to have to do it all on their own. And as a result, yeah, I think we're going to go into a recession. We'll be right back. The CNBC investing club gives you access to Jim Kramer like never before. Know what he's trading before he makes the trade. Get one year for two 9 9 9 9. Subscribe today at CNBC dot com slash join gym that CNBC dot com slash join Jim. Welcome back to squawk pod from CNBC. Up and enter. Q good morning and welcome back to squat box right here on CNBC we're live at the NASDAQ market site in Times Square. I'm interested working along with Joe kernan and Becky quick. This week, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon, warning that the United States is likely to tip into a recession in the next 6 to 9 months. And now the latest warning from the IMF lowering its forecast for global growth, saying the worst is yet to come for many people 2023 will feel like a recession. In an interview on CNN, President Biden saying he does not anticipate a recession. It hadn't happened yet. It hadn't, there is no, there's no guarantee that they're going to, I don't think there will be a recession. If it is, it will be a very slight recession. That is, we'll move down slightly. Joining us now is Paul Ryan. He has former Speaker of the House, of course. Today he's a partner at solo mere capital and vice chair at teneo. And Paul, we can add to that. You're also an economics professor at Notre-Dame university. Irish. You are a perfect person to have on to talk about some of these issues right now. This back and forth about recession, is it here? Is it coming? How deep is it going to be? What are your thoughts? Nice to see you all by the way. I can't believe it. Look at you. You haven't changed one bit. Well, thank you, Joe. I'd like to say the same about you. And I touched it. I'm how good you look great. Thank you. I touched your bicep just by accident. And wow. Wow. What? When was this touching? You just grabbed me as I walked out of the cell. I thought it was a little weird for you. You're working out. Sometimes somebody on the back or something, you go, wow. All right. As opposed to the other way where you go, wow, that was mushy. So that has a lot to do with the recession that's coming. So, okay, Becky, you heard the question. I am in the Jamie Dimon camp, not the Joe Biden camp. I think look, the president is going to have to have you talk the economy. He's not going to say we're going into recession. It's going to be awful. He's the president of the United States. He's not going to say that. I think Jamie Dimon is just being a truth teller, seeing things as he sees it. He sits on a mountain of data so that he has a pretty good sense of where things are going. And the problem with the administration is, in my opinion, putting in place the exact wrong fiscal policy. Literally, they're doing the opposite of what they should be doing. In terms of what? They're talking up to action increases. They tried to pass monumental tax increases. They're over regulating their stimulating inflation. They're pumping demand when they should be focusing on the supply side. And they're not doing that. There's a lot more to talk about there. And the supply side is a very good point. Their talk of raising taxes is the opposite of what we've seen from England right now. From the UK, their talk of cutting taxes and the markets hated that too. So yeah. Without getting to the UK issue and Liz truss is internal problems in her caucus. I would say the idea that we're going to raise taxes on businesses is a really bad idea. If we want to have fiscal policy help with the inflation problem and help prevent a recession, it's telling all the businesses in the America, your taxes are going up, don't take risks, don't take investments. Is a bad idea. And that's exactly what the government's doing today. You have within two to three years, massive expiring provisions. We call it section we're not 9 a, all small businesses. Businesses that are not C corps, the vast majority of businesses have a giant tax increase coming. And the administration is preparing for that to happen. Expensing is going to be expiring. That is the most important policy you can put in place, full expensing, to increase productivity, increase jobs, soak up access demand, reduce inflation, take pressure off the Federal Reserve, and the administration is doing nothing about that. And I think there's some things they could do in labor force, frankly, on welfare reform to attach benefits to work for able bodied people. And frankly, I'd love to do immigration reform. That's the one that's gotten away from us for years. But I think there are some things in the supplies that you could do to try and mop up inflation. Take pressure off the fed, and instead the fed's going to have to do it all on their own. And as a result, yeah, I think we're

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"teneo" Discussed on Markets Daily Crypto Roundup

Markets Daily Crypto Roundup

07:50 min | 3 months ago

"teneo" Discussed on Markets Daily Crypto Roundup

"Want to receive what some anticipate to be the potential Ethereum fork token eth POW. That can only happen if you're holding the actual token, not a token representing a claim on it. And interestingly, another contentious hard fork from the second most valued tokens past mistakes, known as Ethereum classic, or ETC, is emerging as an unlikely winner ahead of the merge event, with network metric surging to lifetime highs, and ETC tokens gaining value in a mostly little change market. The Ethereum classic hash rate is more than 133% since July, and overtaking the previous record, set back in April. ETC tokens, meanwhile, have added 28% of their price in just the past 24 hours, rising as high as $41 in early Asian trading hours before retreating slightly. Futures tracking the tokens log some 27 million bucks in liquidations in the same time period, second only to Ethereum, and had a Bitcoin futures, which usually have the highest liquidations. Other altcoins, meanwhile, also outperformed the world's largest cryptocurrency on Tuesday. With avalanches avax token up 7% and lido Dow home of that steak, eth token we're talking about up about 13%. Today's crypto coverage comes crazy of coin desk, markets analysts, encore grappling, and I'm sure you're my one. Bitcoin is currently treating a $19,700 that's not about half a percentage point in the last 24 hours, while ether is trading at 1640 bucks per token. That's up by almost 4% in the same time period, according to the coin desk price index. And before we get to today's traditional markets roundup, let's take a look at some top headlines. Ethereum's merge is officially underway and is expected to kick off sometime between September 13th and 16th. The so called bellatrix upgrade was activated early this morning, which marks the beginning of the transition of Ethereum's proof of work or POW changed to the proof of stake or POS Beacon chain launched several years ago at this point. During this period, the difficulty level will increase to the point where proof of work mining on Ethereum will no longer be possible. The merge has been a long time coming with the Beacon chain first introduced back in December of 2020. Last month, Ethereum ran its third testnet known as gorely, which was the final dress rehearsal for the mainnet merge. The completion of the merge will mark the end of Ethereum's energy intensive proof of work chapter. And the next steps for Ethereum will be to address scalability issues with sharding and roll ups, assuming everything goes well. More on this and the show notes. And speaking of proof of work, pool in wallet, the wallet service of one of the world's biggest Bitcoin mining pools, is suspending all withdrawals as it tries to preserve assets and stabilize liquidity. The firm said on Monday. Pool and wallet also said it continues to, quote, explore strategic alternatives with various parties. On Sunday, the firm's CEO and founder Kevin pan said that pool and was facing liquidity issues, but assured users that assets were safe. Customers have been complaining at least since last month it withdrawals were slow, quote, pool and wallet plans to pause all withdrawals flash trades and internal transfers within pool and systems, and quote, starting at 2 p.m. GMT on Monday in order to preserve assets and to stabilize liquidity. At the post and the wallet's official media account. A quote feasible and quote solution will be provided within a week, the post also said, echoing pan statement that the company would soon come up with a plan to fix the issues. That plan might include death, according to pan's post. In a separate post on pool insight on Monday, the company announced it will be waving fees for Bitcoin and ether mining until December 7th, starting on September 8th, and for 12 months for users with more than one BTC or 5 eth in their pool balance or in their pool account. Coin desks Eliza grizzy reports on a story that sure sounds familiar to other situations that you wouldn't want to be in. In other news, binance the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange has shaken up the vital stablecoin market, announcing it will automatically move customers funds to its own binance USD stablecoin token from alternatives including the larger USD C token. The company said on Monday that it will convert all investments in USD C pax dollars and true USD or T USD into B USD on September 29th, and customers transferring those tokens to the exchange will see them automatically converted into binance's stablecoin after that date. The decision effectively banishes the second largest stablecoin USD C from one of the most prominent perches in crypto, erecting an obstacle to overtaking tether as the biggest one. USD T or tethers $68 billion market value currently leads USD cs $52 billion market value. While BUSD is in a distant third at 19 billion, USD P and T USD are far smaller. More on that in the show notes. And finally, a wallet belonging to insolve into hedge fund three arrows capital has removed $33 million worth of staked 8th from the curved pool, according to on chain data. The Singapore based fund, which filed for bankruptcy back in July, also removed some 200 Bitcoin, $4 million worth of tether and 4 million worth of wrapped ether. In liquidity from convex, a platform that boosts rewards for curved stakers and liquidity providers. The wallet, which is tagged as belonging to three arrows capital by the firm nansen, has been inactive for ten days since it unwrapped about $9 million worth of steak to eat. Three arrows capital was one of several firms that succumbed to pressures of this year's crypto bear market after making some notoriously bad bets. It currently owes creditors about $2.8 billion according to a 1157 page court filing published back in July by its liquidators, teneo. That followed a series of highly leveraged trades and relation to the Terra or Luna ecosystem, which collapsed in May. Coin desks Oliver night reports. In traditional markets, both U.S. and European stock features rose, as more European nations face hyper inflating energy costs and more energy companies receive government bailouts to keep gas flowing. This is a touch outside the scope of our show, but it's really worth talking about. The situation in Europe is bad and it's likely to get worse. Nations like Germany are largely reliant on Russia for significant proportions of their heating and industrial production power needs. Following the invasion of Ukraine, western nations place sanctions that it turns out have created more problems for European buyers of energy than Russian sellers of energy who have found willing trading partners to buy their excess supply at a slight discount. This is problematic for a couple of reasons. In short, this is a self inflicted supply problem with huge leverage and contagion potential. In Germany, roughly $2 trillion worth of economic activity relies on about $20 billion worth of Russian gas for power that's no longer available. Governments across Europe are asking citizens to cut back on electricity usage, but as they say, the solution to high prices is high prices because this causes usage patterns to change, and the resource, which is now more rare than it should be, to be allocated to the most valuable applications. That is unlikely to happen, and instead what we may see are price caps and even more government bailouts of power companies who are unable to raise prices to consumers to the same degree they're seeing their own costs go up, which means that demand is unlikely to come down by very much. And all of this is occurring against a backdrop of a European Central Bank that is concerned about inflation and desperately wants to reduce demand. Each bailed out entity now has more money to bid up the price of the two rare commodity they are responsible for supplying. And you can probably see how seemingly obvious on their face, but economically, well, stupid policies suggest that things will get a lot worse before they get better. And that same dynamic, by the way, is playing out in the United States right now. As Jerome Powell and the Federal Reserve governors, desperately try to convince markets that things will be worse for longer, which they hope will reduce demand and bring about behavioral changes that will help them tackle inflation. That's what the Central Bank wants, of course, but with midterm elections fast approaching, and the incumbent party historically unpopular, and even worse slowdown is the last thing the executive branch wants. So even as the fetishes people that they should prepare for the worst, the Biden administration's recently announced student loan forgiveness plan estimated to cost between 300 billion 1 $1 trillion will likely have the opposite effect. And it's this dynamic, central banks concerned about credibility and moving swiftly to bring down demand directly conflicts with political considerations required for various parties to remain in

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"teneo" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:29 min | 4 months ago

"teneo" Discussed on WTOP

"86 at BWI in 84 at dulles. It's 7 40. The Senate has approved a major bill to ramp up computer chip production, supporters say it will create new jobs and usher in a new era of American innovation. Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill. This is one of the most significant long-term thinking bills we've passed in a very long time. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer, hailing the legislation, which provides $52 billion for the semiconductor industry and scientific research. Schumer says over time, the bill has the potential to create millions of jobs, and will help address supply chain issues that have made it more difficult to buy various products, including new cars, and the democratic leader think members of both parties for the bipartisan achievement. These are moments when the Senate is at its very best. The legislation is expected to be taken up by the house later this week. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, B news. Nude this evening, I do twist in the Senate drama that's involved democratic leaders in West Virginia senator Joe Manchin, Manchin says he and Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer have reached an agreement on new economic legislation. The democratic lawmaker says it would include energy costs, climate change, and deficit reduction. They deal would also include lowering prescription drug prices, which has been a big priority for Democrats. Any legislation would need to be passed through budget reconciliation, meaning all 50 Democrats would need to support it since a bill would be opposed by Republicans, the Senate is set to go on recess after next week. A West Virginia man accused of assaulting police during the insurrection last January, including officer Brian sicknick, who later died, pleaded guilty to misdemeanors today, and I should say that insurrection, of course, was January of 2021. 40 year old George teneo appeared for a virtual hearing in federal court, along with co defendant Julian cater, the Morgantown man pleaded guilty to entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds and to orderly I'm sorry and to disorderly and disruptive conduct unrestricted grounds. He will be sentenced in December. Cater has yet to enter a plea, officer sicknick died of natural causes following multiple strokes the day after then president Trump's supporters stormed the capitol. 7 42 and nearly 20 year veteran of the Maryland House of delegates is in trouble with the law tonight over state money. Republican delegate Richard in polaria representing parts of Baltimore and Hartford counties is charged by the state prosecutor with multiple counts of misconduct in office, theft and embezzlement. He's accused of facilitating rental payments from the General Assembly to his personal landlord using funds for district office, which was outside his district. The prosecutor also alleges that the General Assembly wound up paying on average double the amount of rent on him Polaris district office than any other tenant in the community. Particularly on WTO P news. The suspect in the deadly suburban Chicago 4th of July parade shooting has been indicted on dozens of new charges. 117, felony counts, including murder and attempted murder. That is what Robert krimo the third now faces in the shooting that left 7 people dead and more than 30 wounded on July 4th in highland park, Illinois. He had initially been charged with 7 counts of murder, prosecutors say the 21 year old suspect admitted to the parade shooting, cremo is to be arraigned on the new charges next Wednesday. Jennifer Kuiper CBS News Chicago coming up on WTO P and Nats and Dodgers wrap up their series in the West Coast and football back in Ashburn today, Frank hanrahan will join us in sports. It's 7 43. Hi

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"teneo" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

02:40 min | 5 months ago

"teneo" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"The FTC will crack down on data and on a claims, another smart home company decides to brick some of the hardware that people paid good money for, hoppin is the latest high flyer to fall to earth with layoffs and what it's like to work at Twitter right now. Here's what you missed today in the world of tech. Or as they say in Minecraft. Liquidators say they can't find three arrows capital founders Kyle Davies and ju su and they are seeking to subpoena them to prevent the dissipation of the funds remaining assets. Quoting Bloomberg. Representatives tap to liquidate three arrows by a British Virgin Islands judge, had quote not yet received any meaningful cooperation. From Kyle Davies and ju su, lawyers said in the U.S. bankruptcy court filings, advisory firm teneo is attempting to round up and preserve the assets of the hedge fund. Lawyers for Zhou and Davies told three arrows, liquidators that the two intend to cooperate, a meeting between the liquidators and attorneys is scheduled for Monday, while a court hearing is set for Tuesday. The liquidators, meanwhile, are trying to prevent the potential dissipation of the fund's assets Russell crumpler of teneo said in a sworn declaration, quote here that risk is heightened because a substantial portion of the debtor's assets are comprised of cash and digital assets such as cryptocurrencies and non fungible tokens that are readily transferable. Lawyers for the liquidator said in court papers. Three arrows which Zhou and Davies founded after trading at Credit Suisse group succumbed to the widespread crypto sell off last month and solvency proceedings kicked off in the BVI, and were followed by a so called chapter 15 bankruptcy filing in the U.S.. The fund's downfall has rippled through the digital asset industry, helping to drive at least one crypto platform that counted three arrows as a counterparty into bankruptcy already. The hedge fund's liquidators traveled to three arrows is office address in Singapore in late June in an attempt to track down the founders according to court papers. It appeared dormant. The door was locked. Computers were inactive and male was stuffed under the door. People working in the surrounding offices said they hadn't seen anyone enter or exit the office recently. The liquidators spoke with lawyers for Davies and jus via video conference last week, according to court papers, but did not speak to the founders directly, quote, while persons identifying themselves as su Jo and Kyle were present on the Zoom call. Their video was turned off, and they were on mute at all times, with neither of them speaking despite questions being posed to them directly. Ten years crumpler said in his court declaration, end quote. The

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"teneo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:25 min | 8 months ago

"teneo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And so the idea this is being treated as an act of terrorism going forward And a lot of people felt that was the case But federal prosecutor now is going to have to really work very hard over the next several days to fill in the gaps Answer some of the questions about the and the idea this is going to take weeks and months That's really weeks and months to build the case that they can then take this individual to trial But in reality it's over They have no sense that he was working in conjunction with anybody else And so this is now effectively building a case that we are going to see he's been apprehended Absolutely I think we all a sigh of relief there What's the biggest question you have or you would have certainly for him at this point That's a idea of what was his overall intention We saw some of his actions but was that all he was intending to do for example he had other incendiary devices in that bag What was the intended to do with those He had several more clips of those extended magazines with 30 rounds in each magazine In some respects that may have caused the second magazine to jam because he shot the first 30 shots are so fast that the weapon basically the second clip went in effectively competed in GM to commissioner value We only have about 30 seconds left with you So I want to make sure to get this question How important is it that the MTA makes sure they have functioning cameras throughout New York City's transportation system Functioning cameras that can also be shared with the law enforcement authorities that these cameras are great but if they're not able to basically and sense the worked with every other canvas system in the law enforcement has it functionality is limited to strictly operational aspects and not law enforcement aspects All right we're going to leave it on that note Commissioner Bratton thank you so much Really appreciate your time Of course former New York Police department police commissioner Bill Bratton holding senior positions again as we mentioned in New York of course Boston and Los Angeles as well And we appreciate him joining us via Zoom executive chairman by the way of risk adviser at teneo We've often spoken with him ahead of the Super Bowl when it comes to security and risk concerns So this is certainly top of mind and something he knows an awful lot about A really great to get commissioner Brad's thoughts on everything that's happened in the last 36 hours Let's now go to Charlie pellet who's got an update of what's going on in after hours Hey Charlie Well hello there and we do have stocks advancing today the Dow the S&P nesta all rallied tech companies led the way higher bond traders pairing aggressive bets on fed hikes amid speculation that inflation may be near a peak Investors are also weighing the start of the earnings season case in point JPMorgan Chase They reported earnings this morning chairs fell by 3.2% Tomorrow morning we hear from Citigroup shares lower today by four tenths of 1% Wells Fargo checks in tomorrow morning up to date by three tenths of 1% Delta also out with earnings this morning delta shares rallying by 6.2% Tech companies as I mentioned led the gains in stocks today S&P halting a three day drop S&P up 49 up 1.1% the doubt they have 344 up 1% as stack up 272 up by 2% to leading the way higher ten year yield 2.69% Allows for what's driving sound of it rich Weiss chief investment officer of multi asset strategies that American century investments He was our guest right here on Bloomberg businessweek Today's movement obviously we had a little break in interest rates and as we all know growth stocks fare better when we're interest rates move lower at least that's been the major driver for the last year or two Lower interest rates higher basically growth outperformance value and it's good for the market But I think that's short lived And again ten year yield 2.69% spot gold up 5 tenths of 1% 1977 the ounce West Texas Nvidia crude one O four 33 a barrel up 3.7% Briefly Google says it's going to be investing 9 and a half $1 billion in offices and data centers in the U.S. this year putting money behind its bid to get more workers back in its buildings Today we saw alphabet parent of Google up by one and a half percent I'm Charlie palace than that is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie Thank you so much Charlie palette with an update on the trade today and top business stories Well the New York international auto show it is back this week kicking off on Friday shut down like so much over the past two years because of the COVID pandemic and we caught up with the CEO of Lamborghini yesterday Stefan vincom and we talked about the show and what's going on in the industry with another guest to talk about more broadly what's at the show and what's going on Yeah we're really excited to be joined by Michael musio video manager for Cox automotive and Kelly blue book He's with us in the Bloomberg interactive broker studio Micah good to have you with us Welcome to Bloomberg business week You did get a chance to make your way through the javits center and check out the car show.

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"teneo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:15 min | 8 months ago

"teneo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The LAPD He spent nearly 50 years in law enforcement He's now executive chairman of risk at teneo commissioner Bratton It sounds like there's a big challenge ahead for district district attorneys A big challenge ahead for police officers and police chiefs around the country If you were advising politicians right now because you did say blame the politicians for the rise the increase in crime that we've seen around the country what would you advise them to do What's the delicate line that they need or the delicate needle that they need to thread when it comes to building that trust up with the community what the same time empowering their officers to keep crime off the streets What I would suggest is watch what Eric Adams the mayor of New York is up to in the sense of he's trying to do He is moved from the left to center in terms of trying to get more people onto common ground from the progressive left from the center right And the advice to any of these mayors is this idea that to control crime you need the police but you need police to please compassionately consistently saying a white neighborhood is black neighborhoods and constitutionally legally And so their role is to ensure that their police departments operate in a transparent manner And engaged in constitutional policing And we have been able to do that now than ever Body cameras we have a lot more to be an oversight We have better train police offices But we are dealing with a legacy of historic tension between police and minority communities But in New York City the irony was 2018 the safest year in the history of our city that the geo population in New York which was largely a minority population had been reduced from 22,000 over peak course in 20 years to about an average of 5000 in a state prison population was down by about 40% So that we had been able to control crime so dramatically that we effectively changed the behavior of a lot of people that they remained law abiding They didn't break the law They didn't evade the fear They weren't in the times when marijuana was not legal They weren't smoking marijuana in public So a lot of the minor type crime that got so many in trouble that this is what the progressive left is trying to change the enforcement practices but there are some people in that population if you will of those who are inclined to not obey the rules that you have to punish you can not let people keep getting away and never pay in the field doing what they want to do at any time of the day and night It's not how democracy works So we've engaged in a very interesting debate and dilemma at the moment And I look at the state the skills of justice the symbol of justice in America The scales right now would ship very heavily in favor of the reforms of the progressive left Well enchanted some needed but too far And what we have as a result is this growing fear of crime is growing actual amount of crime as evidence in almost every major American city Good news is that's what we're facing in 1990 I'm informed by history I lived it And I know how it changed And the good news is with leadership like Eric is trying to provide based on his knowledge of history maybe we can change it again but it's going to take a lot of people kind of coming to send from the it's kind of like the troops in World War I getting out of the trenches and coming in at no man's land and trying to kill each other Commissioner Bratton one thing I want to ask you is you have had senior positions as we said in New York Boston LA you have seen a lot of crisis situations and having to bring together different constituents What can you tell us about the process right now of what's going on We know a certain amount of information a lot came out of that briefing just a couple of hours ago And yet officials are still telling us that it might be weeks before we know a lot a lot more What kind of questioning is going on Tell us a little bit of what's going on behind the scenes Relative to the specifics of yesterday shooting incidents in the press conference of his hello The building of the prosecution case now begins the gathering of huge amounts of evidence the interviewing of hundreds of witnesses and victims miles upon miles of video that will be going through questioning hopefully of the suspect in the sense that he will lawyer up And that loyal adviser about to say anything is whether he chooses to or not as people would love to understand a little more about motivation other than just a social media post Issue of concern here in terms of the ability to prosecute him is he mentally sound to prosecute or is he so emotionally unstable that they determine that he can't be held to be Schwartz both his actions There's also the issue that the federal government has now taken over the case under the terrorism statute.

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"teneo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:29 min | 9 months ago

"teneo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This Do you ever signs of paycheck That's a wins your bracket So boiler up go produce I do Purdue I'm with you All the way just to management We're going to do the show from Harry's chocolate shop in West Lafayette Purdue takes it all Team coverage That's right now Mary's chocolate chip Not quite Let's get to Bloomberg Maria teneo in Brussels Marie I want to start with a comment we heard from the Kremlin this morning Go through the mentality haven't Poland they are Well Jonathan is so difficult to decipher when we are at this stage The Kremlin now saying that there could be an option of neutrality Remember this is the buzzword We've heard this repeatedly for the past two weeks It means Ukraine does not enter a military alliance with NATO would stay neutral in the case of conflict but of course there are many details around it that would be pending Would they keep an army Would they have to pledge additional concessions to Russia Remember the Russians that you say neutrality could work but they also keep using this word dean at the country being a Nazi by the way in Russia is a very very serious insult They're really trying to dehumanize the other side of the talks here But again it's very difficult to figure out what's going on here because neutrality can mean anything and everything When you speak to the Ukrainians that tell you yeah that is an option but it would need very serious security guarantees And this is not just about Russia It would be a brown every neighbor around Ukraine but also countries like the United States and the European Union would have to agree on it The one thing I would note however is that the two sides over the past 24 hours have made it clear that the positions are becoming more realistic but also a major reality check for the Ukrainian government now singing openly explicitly NATO is probably not an option for the country Maria got 18 questions on the military on the map on this war but let me go to you for a Bloomberg question Are the sanctions are the financial pressure are the most favored nation pull away from Russia Is it working Well when it comes to the European air response to that and it was only announced yesterday so Thomas essentially we're talking about 24 hours in which the European Union through the WTO pulled out the most favored nation status This is repeated with the United States did last week but when I speak to European finance ministers and I had conversations yesterday with the German finance minister mister lindner I also had a conversation with America They do say their work and the pressure is on and Russia's standing very close to potentially a default So they do feel the pressure on the economic front is there but the problem is Thomas you know for the Russian government this is not an economic story This is existential This is about Ukraine and it's about Russia It's a political story for them in ways that many in the west probably don't even understand for the Russians This is not just about an economic crisis as a fundamental question about whether or not Ukraine belongs in the Russian Federation and for the Ukrainians is precisely about breaking free from the Russian Federation Anne Marie just quickly here how much has this become a politicized issue in Washington D.C. with some Republicans coming out and saying that the Democrats are not going hard enough not supplying enough ammunition not necessarily providing enough support to Ukraine I think you'll see a lot of that today when we hear from president zelensky 'cause he's really going to implore lawmakers to do more with setting up either a no fly zone which by the way that has bipartisan support in terms of not doing that There's a lot of Republicans who agree with the administration that can be very much so an escalatory response but when it comes to Polish fighter jets or any sort of jets from a NATO country getting over to Ukraine many Republicans think this is something that should be delivered that they should take this advice on from president zelensky He knows on the ground what is needed and you had senator McConnell yesterday in a speech on the floor of the Senate minority leader talking about the fact that he thinks the administration has been a bit hesitant on this and dragging its feet So potentially I think president zelensky is really going to put the Biden administration in a very difficult place today and almost immediately after he speaks this morning President Biden is also going to speak and talk about the military aid the U.S. is sending I am age Thank you with Maria today On that important conversation Tom did we ever find out why facilitating the transfer of megs to Ukraine was considered an escalation Did we ever get a full explanation of that John I don't know The full explanation is simple and I thought Gregg villier captured it perfectly this morning It's a moment the emotion we're going to see at 9 o'clock at 9 20 this morning will be extraordinary and the adult in the room is at 1600 Pennsylvania avenue and he has one thing on his mind and that is nuclear weapons and the deterrent forces on both sides The issue I have now later is that once you've established defined it as an escalation then ultimately can you go through with it But the problem right Right it's a self fulfilling prophecy How can they now say okay we can supply those aircraft But now it's not an escalation How do they determine that And how do they basically frame that to the Kremlin It's almost self imposed Futures at 1.2% on the S&P on the NASDAQ count by 1.75 yields on tens to 16 Your fed decision just around a corner This is Bloomberg.

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"teneo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"teneo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Running energy supply a bulb as a judge appointed a special administrator Bloomberg's Hanna George has the story The treasury will put up working capital to temporarily take on the costs of absorbing bulbs 1.7 million customers in the biggest casualty of the energy crisis as soaring power costs in the UK have seen 20 other supplies collapse Bulbs administrator teneo estimated that the cost of running bulb through April next year will be about 2.1 billion pounds The firm's parent company said bob was now insolvent with just 8 and a half million in cash The UK business secretary quasi quarta said the special administrator regime is a temporary arrangement that will keep bills at the lowest cost while ensuring market stability In London I'm Hannah George Bloomberg daybreak Europe Meanwhile simultaneous post Brexit negotiations Britain will keep talking to the EU over Northern Ireland because the government believes that progress is being made public you and pots has the story Bloomberg has learned that Britain will hold off from suspending parts of the Brexit divorce deal relating to northern for as long as talks with the EU remain constructive Its latest sign that a further breakdown in post Brexit relations with the bloc is not imminent We're told the government still considers the trade problems in the region justify suspending the accord but for now it prefers a negotiated settlement The UK is pushing for a significant overhaul of the northern il protocol while Europe is offering concessions within the framework of the existing deal in London Amiens Europe JPMorgan started doing damage control as soon as Jamie Dimon joked that America's largest bank would outlast China's Communist Party Diamond later apologized We get more from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Diamond is no stranger to brashness and he knew the bank would have to engineer a hasty retreat soon members of the firm's government relations team and China offices were corralled to discuss the remarks and decide whether to acknowledge them or let them lie Some 18 hours later when it became clear that the comments attracted global attention diamond issued a statement of regret In New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg daybreak Europe And those are a few of our top stories this morning Let's get over to Bloomberg's land.

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"teneo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"teneo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Supply of bulb as a judge appointed a special administrator who makes Hannah George has the story The treasury will put up working capital to temporarily take on the costs of absorbing bulbs 1.7 million customers in the biggest casualty of the energy crisis as soaring power costs in the UK have seen 20 other suppliers collapse Bob's administrator teneo estimated that the cost of running bulb through April next year will be about 2.1 billion pounds The firm's parent company said bob was now insolvent with just 8 and a half million pounds in cash The UK business secretary quasi Quartet said the special administrator regime is a temporary arrangement that will keep bills at the lowest cost while ensuring market stability In London I'm Hannah George Bloomberg daybreak Europe And in the post Brexit negotiations the UK will keep talking to the EU over Northern Ireland because it believes progress is being made Blue makes you and pots has more details Bloomberg has learned that Britain will hold off from suspending parts of the Brexit divorce deal relating to Northern Ireland for as long as talks with the EU remain constructive Its latest sign that a further breakdown in post Brexit relations with the block is not imminent We're told the government still considers the trade problems in the region justifies suspending the accord but for now it prefers a negotiated settlement The UK is pushing for a significant overhaul of the Northern Ireland protocol while Europe is offering concessions within the framework of the existing deal In London I'm your impot to be my favorite Europe So that on the UK meanwhile JPMorgan started doing damage control as soon as Jamie Dimon jokes that America's largest bank could outlast China's Communist Party Diamond later apologized We get more on that story from pubes Charlie pellets Diamond is no stranger to brashness and he knew the bank would have to engineer a hasty retreat soon members of the firm's government relations team and China offices were corralled to discuss the remarks and decide whether to acknowledge them or let them lie Some 18 hours later when it became clear that the comments attracted global attention diamond issued a statement of regret In New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg day break Europe Right so those are a few of our top stories this morning including that Jamie Dimon story that we were discussing In yesterday's program let's get over to Bloomberg's Neanderthals who has all.

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"teneo" Discussed on The PR Week

The PR Week

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"teneo" Discussed on The PR Week

"Been a senior adviser at teneo since twenty seventeen and Before she was that she was famous for becoming the first black female ceos of fortune. Five hundred company When she was the top person xerox where she worked until twenty sixteen An it centre. I i saw this. I saw business story in the new york. Post this morning that Interviewed a few people on background. Who seem to be today. Oh insiders close observers. Sort of saying that. So sort of saying the kelly. Well you know. She's kelly's person and he he's pursing sort of like pushing her in the door here. Sorts sort of keep his fingerprints on everything. And i just thought that was a bit ridiculous because she ran xerox which which is a bigger company for a long time and she's certainly qualified to run a company and and to deal with crises You know we'll get the nuts and bolts you now a consultant or corporate communications. Pr elements of it. Maybe not but you'll have people that will so i don't know that was just the one point commentary. I wanted to make a better says. She's clearly an established business person in her own right and not somebody else's puppet in the role. Yeah it's interesting. I loved about this last weekend to check that out Got a lot of Left to know people think of it. But it's nice worth noting in april declan. Kelly actually set up a private equity firm with us burns. Who are the partners. Tooled integrum so Specializing in tech services investment. So it'll be interesting to see what happens with that venture and Interestingly integral is the latin word for reinstatement. So i don't know what that souls lay to do when i mean when you're a company that is all about advising ceo's and high level corporate reputation it doesn't really it's not a good look as it when the ceo himself is is found to be lacking in that respect the and they become. The story is the first rule of pr..

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"teneo" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"teneo" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Report from the co all investment group. Good afternoon. I'm charter retirement Plenty. Councilor Joseph with your closing business report. Stocks traded higher today, with the major averages closing out this quarter near record highs. The first half of 2021 is finishing strong as the S and P 500 closes at a record high and its fifth positive month in a row. Meanwhile, lumber futures have tanked 42% in June. I'm pays for their worst month on record dating back to 1978. This is a huge reversal for lumber prices after a jaw dropping rally this spring. Hopefully assign that prices are stabilizing as supply and demand come back in line. On the day, the Dow was up 210 to 34,005 to the S and P 500 rose five and the NASDAQ was lower by 24 points. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and stay up to date with the latest news. I'm investing, retirement and market trends from the co all investment group, the retirement specialist. I'm Joe still standing up from Milwaukee. This is the mark Belling late afternoon show on news talk 11 30. W Y s sad. I said for those of you who weren't around because maybe you were listening to the brewer game and what a bizarro game that was. Cubs scored seven runs on the top of the first and get killed. 15 to 7 by Milwaukee. Uh That I had four examples of Points that We conservatives have been making or maybe that I've been making That we get either further evidence of or simply conclusively prove them. Here's the third story. There's an outfit called Teneo Holdings. It's a global consulting firm. You know these big corporations they want to hire an expert to tell them how to handle this sad of the other thing. There's 345 of these companies that are just huge that are into that line of work. And Penny. Oh, is one of the go to corporations. It has major clients, Coca Cola, General Electric and so odd. And the thing that it specializes it. Is dealing with issues of diversity, workplace culture, et cetera. They train corporations and how to set him put in place policies. To create Enlightened workplaces. They put on clinics in this regard. The CEO of Teneo. Is a guy named Paul Kelly. Declan Kelly. I'm sorry, Declan Kelly is the head of Teneo. And he came from all the right places. Let me quote his bio from The Wall Street Journal, formerly a newspaper reporter, Kelly moved into public relations that are the rank in the 19 nineties. He was an executive of public relations firms let a management buyout of one of them before making a move into politics. He was a top fundraiser for Hillary Clinton's 2000 and eight presidential campaign in 2000 and nine, Kelly was appointed special envoy in Northern Ireland by Mrs Clinton, who was then US secretary of State. He co founded Teneo in 2011 with former Clinton White House official Doug Band. So you got every lefty name and every lefty connection here add the type of consulting that they do is you know all these companies they need to bring in some enlightened left east to tell us how we can make sure we're diverse. How we can make sure that women are comfortable etcetera. Well, there was a recent event being held by an organization called Global Citizen. Our company has dealt business done business with them. Global Citizen is one of those organizations. It's exactly what you think It is how we need to all work together as citizens of the planet and look beyond nationalism and look beyond these concepts to all be wonderful, enlightened great citizens of the planet. In other words, lefty crapola. So here you've got the head of Kenny. Oh, this big time lefty consulting firm hanging around with a bunch of other lefties at the Global Citizen Summit. So everybody involved here is a politically correct highfalutin lefty. What have I been telling you? Forever and ever and ever and ever, really, ever since the Weinstein thing came down That while I don't believe that being a lefty makes you likelier to be a pig or an inappropriate person, I believe that being a lefty leads you to think that you can get away with being a peregrine. Inappropriate person. You take some right winger who's a pig and a latch it up. Pretty much knows. You still can't get away with it if you're caught doing it. Let's imagine I was a pig and a letch. I'm a pig and election. I act like a pig to let my career is over. But see. Met lower and Harvey Weinstein and those they don't think that way. They think the rules don't apply to them because they're in height, enlightened liberals. So remember what this event is? The Teneo is the company that pushes diversity in the workplace is paid tens of thousands hundreds of thousands millions of dollars of a major corporations to tell them how to do this, And he's at the Global citizen Initiative, which is a bunch of lefties who are all put save the world. Save the planet. Look beyond trump all that crap. The CEO of Teneo Declan Kelly, who, as I said, founded the company with Doug Band and who cut his teeth on the Hillary Clinton campaign basic how often she's coming up at today's program, isn't it? Well at the Global Citizen Initiative. This guy who is the head of Teneo. Declan Kelly starts to drink. Do you think this story is going? Take a guess. After drinking you can't imagine. Remember what he is. He's a guy diversity in the workplace how to treat women in the workplace. All these lefties are here, etcetera, hoity 20. He started making passes. Yeah, he started making passes. Nothing, Mr Get a hard to treat people in the workplace, respect everybody's rights and liberties and all of this stuff Lefty with a bunch of lefties. He's drinking a little bit, Paul says You're right. He started to make passes. Oh, he started to make passes And they started is the key word because then, according to the Wall Street Journal, he moved from making passes throughout and now groping and kissing and doing all sorts of inappropriate things with other people at this event and since, said he has apologized like great Easy and has vowed. What do you think he's vowed never to do again. Said he will never in his life again. Do what Bad. Drink. Okay? He has now resigned as the CEO of Tonio again. I am not claiming that only liberals are slide balls. What I have been telling you forever. Is that liberals think that they can get away with being slime balls because of the double standards. It's in place that allows them to excoriate and eviscerates those of us on the right for anything we do, but they believe that they have a free pass. And I'm sure my guess is this isn't the first time he got blasted is that to grab it up women so forth and so on, But he did it with the wrong bunch of people this time around, and it came back to bite him in the But given the fact that it's very hard for somebody to be the CEO of a consulting firm that tells you how to treat women with people. Appropriately in the workplace. When you're out there getting drunk and grabbing people up at a social event like this. I've got one more example of and I told you so that we'll do a little bit later on in the program, But I want to move now. First to this story. There's a guy named if you don't know this name listen to would have committed to memory.

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"teneo" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"teneo" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"Forgot about all of the sea scape hark. Are you skate park old. Mireille thoughts are basically voting is a scam What really matters is your your productivity during the day. You know what you do. Yeah whoa okay. So will you be voting. No i will not be voting. Leave it to you via sally. How do you explain andrew yang slippage. He got some really good tv coverage because he's media savvy but there were some very tough stories about him and they were sustained over a long period of time about his record about the fact that he didn't vote about the fact that he went to new paltz. Stirring the you know upstate new york to his second home during the pandemic and those stories just people kept hammering away at him so i think that's part of it and i think part of it is that eric adams started to spend money on his own advertising and he's run for office many times before so p his base you know he's abrasive who've been voting for a long time and once people started tuning in and seeing his adds his numbers went up. And that was i think always going to happen. And then young had a couple of incidents and i think they were like all kinds of clustered close together where he just really screwed up some answers and it showed a lack of knowledge about certain subjects like police. Transparency records domestic violence homeless shelters the mta budget. You know things that it fed into a narrative. I mean look all kinds of candidates make mistakes but there were a bunch. They were in a row and they kind of perpetuated narrative that he doesn't know enough about the civic seen in new york about new york politics. He didn't do his time right. Would you be willing to make a prediction about who you think will win. A i hate making predictions all signs point to eric adams but yeah you just never know so. I'm going to take the easy way out. And but how do you explain the fact that wiley. She sort of seen a bump. Do you think that's an aoc bomb or that was just coming. Because it scott stringer well. I think they're kind of one in the same. I don't know that. Afc would have endorsed. Her scott stringer hadn't fallen apart. So i think it's all part of the same. You know the same phenomenon. But i do think teneo see bump. She hasn't changed anything she saying or doing like nothing else about her campaign has changed other than the fact that endorsers have either left scott to go to her or in the case of afc and germany williams. Who's popular in new york. Have you know we're waiting. And then they endorsed. Was it a little too late. In your opinion. I don't know i mean we'll see it's it felt too late but i also think that people really weren't tuning into this race for a while and you know she's in the last two polls she's climbing and so you know maybe she can pull it off. I think eric adams is going to be tough to beat. But what about kathryn garcia. Could you see her being wildcard just winning by being the second choice ranked candidate the me. I mean rank. I think ranked choice will help a candidate like kathryn garcia. Who has never run before and doesn't have like a natural base but does seem to be getting a lot of traction among people who want you know as you said before someone who can manage the city. Well that's sort of her whole platform. I think if i were were fives and catherine the problem seems to be that. There are a lot of african american voters in new york city. And i don't know that you know. There's three two front runner candidates who are black and then rain mcguire. Who's in the back of the pack. But as a ton of money to spend and so not to say that she has no shot in these high voter turnout. Black communities. In brooklyn and queens. But i don't know that she's really done a lot of campaigning there. And that's that's a big deficit. She does seem to be pulling really well in manhattan. And in scott stringer's base in manhattan. So it's possible. I mean she's doing well and getting the new york times. Endorsement and the daily news endorsement were very helpful to her. So the winner of this race. How do you think they're going to impact dc politics. I guess it kind of depends on whether they run for something and how well they use the bully pulpit by new york you know if they become you can really be can really be a national voice as new york mayor bloomberg was you're part of the. Us conference of mayors. You can be friendly with chuck schumer. Whose from new york. Of course you can partner with a. o. C. and other members of the delegation hakim jeffries prominent members of the delegation. From new york. Or you can really just kind of be a local municipal leader who happens to be in new york city and i guess it depends on what that person wants. You could imagine someone like andrew young who ran for president who's like clearly very interested in national politics making this job something of national interest either by proposing things that are really out of the box or just like constantly kind of forging relationships in dc whereas someone like kathryn garcia. I would imagine would be more of like a real local very locally focused.

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"teneo" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"teneo" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

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"teneo" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"teneo" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"Absolutely love this conversation. This idea particularly with how important latency is in voice in really just saving a couple hundred milliseconds in a voice conversation. And it's actually going to be more than that if you're if you're going round trip to another To another cloud service provider. But that can make a real difference in in that particularly also thinking about other services are other features you might implement if for example Bargin so if you're going to allow people to interrupt the assistant is is lazy is really important without. It's it's always important but it's really important with that So so i really liked that conversation So when we think about the teneo tech stack and microsoft so lewis is obviously very important part of that As your other services using from the microsoft stack the it listeners might be interested in voice absolutely and then we're also try links some of the There's face recognition that you can get there now and also emotional detection but those are those are still quite early so the face recognition. Worst quite. well if you have a. I can't remember what it's called. But it's a microsoft device which took sorta like an mac and it's quite high-powered if you have that with a really good camera on it. It works but i wouldn't be able to do it on my camera. It's difficult to do it on across many devices. But that's definitely coming definitely comey where you will have face facial recognition to get emotions and know when to connect this person into a human. Instead of having talked to a bolt. i would say be. I don't know if you try to solution but it's also things like the might will get things back from the api. Which are things like man in his fifties who seems to be happy. I these these type of things that they detect and there's going to be more useful. I think yeah so are you. Let me ask you a different. Let me redirect question. Are you hearing from your customers in interest in having the emotional recognition as well as intent recognition. Very much very much. We still do it based on text right. So there's this analogy piece. We have a really found a good way to do it onto novelty. There's some way to do that. In retrospect but not a real time and which sort of defeats the purpose. You wanna do it in real time. But that's probably coming as where you'll be able to judge the tenacity and the actual words shoes but now it's based on words right..

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"teneo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"teneo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"What will he be back as he played his last game as a Texan? It's zoo. Not a very comfortable situation right now in you to another team that two other teams that really could be in the market. You've got Indianapolis with Philip Rivers retiring. In fact, I would have thought that that would be a great place for from that Stafford to end up giving the Jonathan Taylor t Y open, solid thief and solid offensive line. Etcetera s So In addition, Indianapolis you've got New Orleans A pending the retirement of Drew Brees. Will they turn it over to James Winston. I don't think I'm some Hill is the long term answer. I think he's valuable in many ways but aspires being a, you know, a 65 play per game quarterback. I'm not sure so Maybe it will be Jameson Winston. But there are a number of teams looking for, uh, quality starting quarterback watching arguably, if he's on the market would be the most attractive of those. So Houston might be able to get what they would need. But I think the price will be steep. All right. So let's zip A with this now, as far as the Raiders hearing rumors, by the way, I forgot to mention that he and Seattle's Russell Wilson, well, Russell Wilson and car all also subjects of enquiries from other teams. Yes, so car but also Marcus marry OTA. And I'm convinced in this day and age if you have a starting quarterback where the Raiders have Derek Carr that Has shown vulnerability to where he has been injured over the last, you know a couple times over the last several seasons, somebody that makes miraculous comebacks physically, I mean, you talk about when somebody goes on the shelf. You expect him to be out for a certain period of time, according to medical experts, But Derek Carr has several times in his career has come back far in advance of what was predicted by medical personnel. I commend him for that. That said. We only got three quarters of a look and Marcus Mario to and I thought they were fabulous. And that's why the Raiders are also fielding trade offers. As far as Marcus Mariotti. He's 27 years old. He's somebody that was a starter in this league. He has the run pass option down from Chip Kelly's offense. You know, they're in his days in Oregon. I think this guy has major potential to be a starter somewhere. But I think the Raiders because they still have him under contract for one more year. Need to keep him and find out. First off Number one. Will Derek Carr be the answer if he indeed does beat out Mario to in the training camp and preseason if he holds on to that starting job, and then can you use marry OTA in certain skill set positions? Especially as you know, like a tasting Hill has been used there with New Orleans. Whether you have car and marry Odo on the field at the same time, or Marietta comes in on run pass option plays inside the red Zone. I think the Raiders have a valuable commodity, and I don't want to just see them trade him away for a second round pick that you'll have no idea who that second round picks going to turn out to be. I really want them to hold on to marry OTA because I think they have a big time bargaining chip in the near future. After we can see what marry OTA has is far is getting more opportunity, because if you're only basing it on the three quarters that he played, coming off the bench ice cold against the Chargers, he was masterful in that game. He rushed for 88 yards He threw for, you know to 70 or whatever was in three quarters of a game and came right off there as first pass was a completion of second pass was a touchdown, Waller I want to see what I have there. I think he has learned a lot Marry. OTA has since losing that starting position in Tennessee to Danielle and may be a major asset and could be the future of the Raiders at the quarterback position going forward in case something happens where Derek Carr does not deliver. Let's remember car got to start in the game right after that Charger game against Miami. Yes, the defense screwed it up at the end, But car was over 10 and third down situations in that game and maybe wouldn't have been a three point game had marry 02 played The entire game, and he probably should have gotten an opportunity to start. In my opinion. A grainy also felt that same way, But we're not. You know, we're not the brain trust. We're not Maaike and Gruden. So I defer to those guys. But at the end of the day, let's see what we have long term as far as Marcus Mario to before we just ship him off and find out. This guy's going to be a stud quarterback for somewhere else in the league. Yeah. No, I I think the Raiders were in somewhat of an enviable position with, uh, you know, a proven starter and in car on duh quality backup in barrio to both of whom have a number of years ahead of them to play well, And you know the Raiders? What do you want to call it collapse this year? Was not due to lack of productivity from the offense as much as it was just a poor performing defense. You know, they scored, I think was that I think 27 points or more and like what 11 or 12 of their games, which is usually going to be enough to get you win in the NFL, where the average uh total points or something like 47 or 48, So it's better than half of the total points per game, so I would say they're in a very enviable pisses position. If you go back to Prior to the start of the 2020 season. There was some question as to whether or not car was the long term solution for the Raiders. I think that if I recall correctly, Jon Gruden wouldn't fully commit during a good part of the off season and covert came along and changed a lot of plans that people may have had. But I think certainly card approved this year that he deserves to be the starting quarterback and marry O to prove that the limited opportunity we saw him that he's a capable backup that he can do some things that That married at the car Cannot. You mentioned cars Injury history? Well, if you know if you're if you're fortunate enough to have a quality backup, for example, as Tennessee did last year, when they had marry OTA and then put in Teneo. We saw the success that tennis he had last year that they were able to T o to part with with Dario to, so I think the Raiders are in somewhat of a similar situation. You hope you don't have to part with either of them. You really hope you don't need to use a backup. But if you're looking to be a playoff team and the Raiders air arguably close to being that playoff team, certainly based on their first half of the season performance the last couple of years that you want to have that insurance of that you're not going to miss all that much of a drop off, if any, if your quarterback if you're started gets injured, and you need T o put someone in for 2345 weeks. Whatever the case may be, so, yeah, I'd be inclined and and again. I don't know what's going on in the organization. I don't know what their priorities are what they think they could do to sitio address the situation. But as things stand now, I think they're very well situated as far as a starter and a backup go and they can address other areas. But then again if they're presented with a situation that seems too good to pass up, maybe involving draft choices. Maybe they'd have to at least consider it. But if they did not make a move, drawing this off season with the quarterbacks, I'd be fine with that. Right. Andy s go. Let me get your take now as far as the Jets because when I hear McShay say that he's Of convinced that the Jets are gonna use that number to pick for Zach Wilson. So that would mean that Sam Donald would be on the way out would mean they would not drafted Vontae Smith. I'm convinced that sand Donald has not had solid skill position players to deal with the when he has been healthy there for the Jets. I'm not so sure that I would grab Wilson. He's coming out of BYU. And, yes, he was spectacular, had 33 touchdown passes just three interceptions through for nearly 3700 yards in 12 games. Here. He rushed for another 10 touchdowns, nearly five yards a carry. And then there's Justin Fields, who played better competition throughout the year for Ohio State had the game of his life in the route. 49 28 over Clemson hey through for 2100 yards in just eight games..

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"teneo" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"teneo" Discussed on Pantheon

"Coast coronado california. Is there an air force base there. Then you basically probably. That's i think san diego. If i'm not mistaken that's in the san diego area. I mean she starts life there but People that we know that our navy kids or air force kitchen move around a lot and she did that. We touched on earlier. She finds herself. They're in school. Chris and her me as their forming a band and other things are swirling in the world of cbgb's and everything else punk rock and new york city. He is wooing her in wooing her all suitors as he described in our interview with chris france and wins her heart and her hand and now they've been married coming up on forty four years of marriage One of the great rock and roll couples. And chris was on with us and he told us that tina's getting ready to write her book. She may even have it written but he did not deal that. I think she's got coast to be public. Because i think it's supposed to be out. In twenty twenty one isn't hers bestsellers mazing couple bestsellers talking about their relationship and banned from two different perspectives. It's fantastic absolutely fantastic. Her family's a very creative family in general that both parents even though he was a structured military man was very supportive of the arts. And you have to look her brother. Yawn designed the Salvador dali Museum he's the architect to design that. So how that's very encouraging. Chris said that his parents to are also navy right. So it's something that we're learning about. Life is military adjacent life. And it's nice to see that like we talked about before and i you know. She goes into hooks up with his guys at rhode island school of design. Which you know. They all speak highly of their experience there and talking heads compass point all stars. Tom tom club. We talked about them planning on this podcast recently. And i'm not sure it would've gone her on here to find out i if she ever met steven van zandt. I'm gonna guess yes. I would love to know and i know you reached out to chris Before we recorded today and if we find out anything or we'll add in an update online somewhere sometime. And that's what we do do really. I'm going to guess that they've shared a stage of the festival. And i'm going to guess that they have met at events and i'm trying to think because they've all been involved in in some form of activism over the decades as well so their paths could have crossed that way to to impressive pedigrees in two great musicians who have had a huge impact on the direction of rock and roll differently post-punk before there was post punk new wave before there was new wave. That's the talking heads talking. Heads east street band both in the rock and roll hall of fame both bands these members these birthday twins impact that that both bands are impacted enter different with different people involved and therefore the connection becomes a hall of fame connection something that we're starting to see too. Is we start talking. More and more about different sets of birthday twins. Absolutely and by the way chris and tina together since mid seventy s period married since seventy seven two sons. And if you follow chris on facebook you can see their view of the world daily you almost. He just recently posted this picture that he does from their deck on on the pond. They live near and he did it for a whole year. And he didn't do every day when he took all the ones that he did post over the ear and turned it into a big file of all pictures of his day there in connecticut. And we're happy to know. We look forward to her book. Maybe on these days silvio dante will write his book time does he have time to write a book at a time. When you think guys would be slowing down a little bit and and taking it easy the talking heads are talking about. Possibly reuniting for roadwork after the pandemic and things are clear. Bruce's sitting everything out for this year while they wait for things to clear going out in twenty twenty two. That's the plan. She's got other stuff coming. But you know they're not going to tour this year and who would have ever thought rudy sars. Oh himself checking in on the podcast. Very funny fellow that ruiz rs yet. Can you believe that. He was so in tune with our frequency and our energy that he knew to pick up the phone and call us. while we're recording. Huda thunk it. Now me. I'm just glad it happened. Thank you universe and thank you rudy. Sars oh and don't forget you can find him on the monsters of rock radio network. It's the six degrees of rudy sars. Oh and from talking to him for just a few minutes. I can't wait to get him here for a full episode on the podcast looking forward to it. We got the email from hefei teneo. Who is a huge fan of the imbalance history of rock and roll. And we thank you for your comments on our facebook page He sent us a note. Saying i've been enjoying your podcast. The last couple of months just searching rock music history and found yours. that's interesting. I guess we named it right. You seem open ideas and after hearing your top by christmas songs. I thought it would be interesting to hear your pick me up songs. Oh you're pick me up songs okay. music in mental health suicide prevention unpopular topics that require rock and roll sized. Came home needs to take on. Oh i think we've proven we got those quixote's fa and his. Here's my Keep the spirit of christmas alive all year long playlists and he hit me with a link to a spotify playlist which i'll put up We'll tweet it dude. Thank you for finding us. And thanks for sending that email. Thanks for being inactive part of what we do here about to come up with a five favorite pick-me-up song i can do it down down and we're gonna make an episode soon my friend. Thanks sarah hefei for the employment. We do appreciate it. That's what you do. You send us an email at amounts history at g. Mail dot com. When we started birthday twins. We thought we do a couple and see how it goes. We're up to five six pairs if you can't both in this episode but it's a birthday twins number five here on the podcast and it's been a lot of fun learning about each and every one of these musicians in a different way but trying to dig into their musical histories to find out if they're connected is even more exciting and more really. Get into that you really do. I do because he gets to be a detective in a way that you do it for this episode of birthday twins. We have good list more so we'll get to more birthday twins dan line but that's it for this episode. Thanks for finding us here. On the pantheon podcast network a production of dark media. I'm re cou. I'm markus in the darkest and.

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