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"thales" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Another in separate attacks over the weekend both victims were sleeping when they were shot New York mayor Eric Adams My commitment to crime was sleeping on the streets A total abandonment and betrayal of trust for this action to have taken place in a manner that it did Mayor Adams announced a city task force would focus on finding homeless people in the subways and other locations and urge them to take sleep in city owned shelters North Korea could launch an ICBM as soon as this week The young have news agencies cited unidentified South Korean government officials He would be its most serious provocation in 5 years as South Korea undergoes a presidential transition and the world focuses on Russia's invasion of Ukraine Gasoline thefts are on the rise In Houston for example police are looking for thieves who stole about a thousand gallons of diesel fuel from the underground storage tanks of a family owned gas station Station manager Gary thayil says surveillance video recorded the thieves pulling up in a van over the lids of the station's underground storage tanks The van drives on top of the fuel tank That's all you see No one comes out They have a trapdoor inside their vehicle which is crazy Station manager Jerry thales says the thieves struck three times last week and were chased off during a fourth robbery attempt Former president Barack Obama says he has tested positive for COVID Obama says outside of a scratchy throat he is feeling fine otherwise Obama says his wife Michelle is tested negative and calls on people to get vaccinated Oscar winning actor William Hurt has died His many films include broadcast news and the big chill heard son said in a statement that his father died of natural causes at age 71 Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries on Michael Barr this is Bloomberg John Michael.
"thales" Discussed on The Pop Test
"To your house on a public holiday, more bullshit like that in the history round. One of the first writers to discuss electricity was ancient Greek philosopher thales. He was rubbing cat fur against amber and noticed sparks in the ability for the amber to attract and move small objects like bits of straw or feathers. But Beverly, what did thales think was so special about amber that made it behave like this? I don't want to kink shame any of the ancient Greek philosophers. But I am wondering how he came to be rubbing amber against cat fur. Was it for the pleasure of his pussycat? Ancient Greeks they had a lot of really interesting ideas. And so I think he was just trying to make his pussycat happy. I love your positive attitude and your belief that the cat was still attached to the fur while he was doing this. That is not what I have feed visiting. But thank you all the same. As a sort of a very early form of a scientist, you would want to bring joy to your cat and you would try every object in the house or you know that you find in nature and rather try. Yeah, rub it against your cat. And just see what reaction you get from the cat but suddenly you see a reaction from the amber. And then that's when you're like. It was actually giving pleasure to the amber. Right? It was the cat fur being rubbed against you. The other way around trying to bring joy to that. That's right. Well, you're actually not that far from the truth because his belief was that the amber had a soul. Thales was a believer in hylozoism. The idea that all objects have life, a philosophy that achieved its greatest expression in the Lindsay Lohan movie, Herbie fully loaded. But of course, thales is most famous for his theory that everything in the universe is made of water. So it's important to take what he says with a pinch of water. What dailies didn't know was that the friction of rubbing was transferring electrons from the cat's fur to the amber, giving that amber a negative electric charge. And scientists would continue to experiment with this unexplained phenomena for years without understanding it. But Jaime, what can you learn about electricity from a flying boy? Wow. No doubt you can learn quite a lot from flying boys. Quite frankly, I'm a little bit worried that this might have something to do with giving a large electric shock to a young lad. Yes. Maybe having them fly across the room as some kind of demonstration of the amazing powers of electricity. Sure. Sure. Is that something that's still involved in your first year lecture? Every lecture, I am giving a shock to a young student. You especially if they're sleeping in the front row. Sure, which is humiliating quite frankly. And so I do, you know, a little electric shock I find, sure, means they don't fall asleep again in my lectures. Sure. Experimental educational practices. With our laser pointers, we do hand out tasers. Absolutely. Well, the correct answer and you were very close. There is a boy involved. And you can learn about conductors and insulators, the flying boy experiment was developed by English man Stephen gray, who tied an orphan boy to the roof with silk strings and gave him a static charge from a glass rod, spectators would watch as the electrically charged boy attracted feathers.
"thales" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
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I will take a check. You recognize her from anchoring on CNN, CNBC, and Bloomberg. The only financial expert you don't need a dictionary to understand. The cold lappin. As we learned last week, stocks and bonds are quite different assets, but they do have some general overlap. With stocks and bonds, investors purchased the security, and then they own it. The end. But there's a different type of asset class called derivatives. And derivatives play a whole different ball game because as the name suggests, derivatives are not necessarily assets outright, but rather investment opportunities that derive their value from another asset. And to complicate matters further, derivative securities are often valued based on projections of future market trends, which make them highly speculative. If you're confused, you're not the only one. Here's our listener with today's question on a particular type of derivative options. Here he is. My name is Mark and I live in New York City. I was wondering if you could do an episode on options like stock stuff. I'm interested in getting your grand finance, but that's still a concept that trips them up. Thank you. Options are pretty much what they sound like. The option to buy a stock or commodity at a certain price in the future. If the stock price turns out to not be what they hoped when the date comes, the investor can basically say psych just kidding and doesn't have to buy the stock. So you are essentially putting a deposit down to buy or sell an investment. And again, you can choose to not pay the whole thing when the time comes, but then of course you'll lose your deposit. Like most financial concepts, I think options make the most sense in a real-life context. One of the earliest examples of options comes to us from thales, who was an expert, astronomer and philosopher in ancient Greece. Through observing certain patterns in the stars, thales anticipated that there would be an excellent off the charts olive crop in the upcoming harvest. Thales, being advanced in his money rehab, of course. Wanted to figure out how much to monetize his research. He thought that if there were to be an awesome olive crop that he should purchase olive oil presses. Now, before they got scooped up, closer to the harvest. Although thales had a good feeling that his prediction would pay off, he wasn't entirely sure. He was pretty confident in his astrological ratings, but it wasn't an exact science, but perhaps a bit more exact than astronomy based horoscope readings. Sorry. Therefore, he negotiated a deal with local olive oil manufacturers. He would pay them a fee right then and there in order to secure the option to buy all of their olive oil presses later at the beginning of the harvest season. Then, when harvest season rolled around, thales could decide once and for all weather to buy the olive oil presses or not. Fast forward to harvest season, thales, readings, were correct. There was an amazing crop. And when it came time to decide whether to take the option to buy the olive oil presses, it was an easy and resounding. Yes. In modern day 2022, this is essentially still how options work. And even now, options are still very helpful for farmers and other folks working in agricultural or commodities based industries. There are two kinds of options. Call options and put options. Call options give you the option to buy an investment at a certain date for a certain price. Put options give you the option to sell an investment at a certain date for a certain price. Options are pretty complicated financial topic. So I'm going to use the next two episodes to fully unpack modern day examples of call options and put options. As we go into these examples, there may be moments where the information feels complex. When that happens, don't panic. There's a foundational golden rule that you can always return to when things get a little fuzzy. An investor will want to execute a call option when they have a hunch that the price of a stock may go up. And so they want to secure the right to buy that stock at a lower price. Now, you may be thinking, if an investor has a hunch that the value of a stock is going to go up, why wouldn't they just buy the stock now? Well, remember, the whole advantage of a stock option is that you have the option to buy the stock at a certain price later on. Right? So if the hunch is incorrect, happens to the best of us. And the stock price actually drops, you can decide not to buy the stock at the price you reserved. On the flip side, an investor will want to execute a put option when they have a hunch that the price of a stock they own may go down. And so they'll want to be able to sell the stock at a higher price later on. Essentially, investors will only exercise an option if their hunch was correct. And if it wasn't, they don't need to take the option. For today's tip you can dig straight to the bank. It's really helpful to understand call options, but that doesn't necessarily mean you have to go out and buy all of the options under the sun. This is just another tool in your financial tool belt. And if the concept is still dizzying, stay tuned for tomorrow's episode where I'll dig into more of the nitty Gritty. You have tomorrow's episode number? 19? So listen maybe. Money money rehab is a production of iHeartRadio. I'm your host, Nicole lapin, our producers are Morgan loy and Mike Costa Riley. Executive producers are Niki tour and will pierce it. Our mascots are penny and mimsy. 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"thales" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast
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"thales" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast
"This is a strategic important asset to the US population and these sort of things should just not happen. So a big shout-out to energy transfers for towing the line and not giving in a public reception and fighting good job. Also, I want to hear some attorneys opinions on this page. Yeah. I know we have a bunch of attorneys that listen it's I am only curious as well if any Legal Eagles out there and listen, I'd love to have your input, you know is energy transfer, right? This judge not have jurisdiction to make this type of decision and then Thursday. They do go to court and they lose, you know, what's the consequences of energy transfer? I'm sure but low defines. Yeah, but I'm just glad their spokesperson. Vicky grandis said in the email wage. That's the judge James boasberg has exceeded his authority and does not have jurisdiction shut down the pipe on our stop the flow of crude oil. So this is just I'm glad we watch it all gas companies, you know, Step It Up. Good job. All right Energy Secretary oil and gas will come back. Very very strong. Yeah, this is Energy Secretary Day and Letty let Frank it's Barilla and I think it's really cool. He's basically saying that this industry is vital to the us as vital to the world. It's difficult times for the oil and gas industry right now, but he met with a bunch of energy Executives and he basically said that you know, as since he runs the federal agency of energy that he is absolutely sure that not only is the only guessing should come back to come back very strong, which is something I think too is to happen the first or second quarter of next year. I love how the fact that home. Thinks that it's energy underpins everything we do in the US economy. It's just nice to have somebody in that position at understands how vital oil and gas is to Mankind and to the US. The other thing is he also talked about invest your money. And so one of the things that he's looking at and rightly so is that if our energy if the energy industry wants to continue flourish it needs to continue to be able to attract investment money and we're having an issue with that public perception off. So I just like the fact that he stepped in and gave a little bit of stabilization speech to a bunch of Executives saying that the industry is coming back on gas has come back as her come back strong just give a little bit of time. So this is really good news. Yeah, and I think my favorite part of the entire article was when our he said an order to do that, we have to provide a regulatory structure that is certain transparent and predictable. Yep. So, all right, so Libya shifts force majeure on all oil exports. I know this is like your favorite legal term ever. Let me get a little green army men that yeah, everybody played with a little kid. Yeah. Okay, let me log. Clean this from a little green army man point of view. Okay? Yeah, this one group a little green. Army men that think they control Libya and they fight and they have control shut down the porch so they couldn't export oil you have another group of little green army off the disagree and trying to reopen a port. Well, they've been fighting as little green army and do all this time and nobody's moved the needle right? So now they've agreed to broker a deal and so both sides are men have agreed that there are open up the blockade of port this way Libya can start shipping crude, which is the only Revenue source for its government Sports people, which means that money should start flowing back in Rome. They've been through massive destruction and warfare people are starving death. There's no medical supplies no schools. And so they're hoping to be able to start turning that around now, here's the interesting thing, you know, who does offer that to happen OPEC. I was going to ask trying to control Supply and if you have a rogue Nations start producing more than you need to it's not good for OPEC and so should be interesting to see what OPEC says about this song. The reality is the infrastructure has been so damaged in Libya that even now that they've removed the block data Port. I don't know how much the Cabela's ship out last time. I checked they had one terminal of 12 volt still working said one terminal of twelve. They could still offload crude and that one had a sunken ship in it. So they would have to remove the sunk ship so they could put a supertanker in deadness to be able to use the one of twelve. Now that was six or eight months. It was last year 2019. I don't know what's happened since then, but the infrastructures the constraint over there, but geopolitically we this this isn't potentially explosive and I don't mean that actually maybe I do mean that that's the little term of the war but this is something that could could set off some some really bad stuff in the Middle East. Let's really keep an eye on this. Let's also make sure we keep an eye on the people in Libya cuz they're the ones that are suffering the most and if we can just get off a little bit of food and money back into that company, they can start rebuilding the infrastructure which is good for the people in the country little Prosperity little Prosperity. Yep. All right, next article thales energy receives official instruction log. Unitized the Zima filled within a hundred and twenty working days. Yeah. So this is a shared field in the waters of Mexico in the way. The laws are written next to the way regulations are is that off these operators? They're not forced to form joint ventures, but they're highly encouraged to form joint ventures and we are highly encouraged to do so the Mexico you tend to do that. So basically this is thales be given notice that they have a hundred twenty working days to finalize the joint venture within the sample field. This is how things have always been done. And if you don't know they have to form a joint venture with pemex, which is a nationalized walk up in Mexico. I don't want to say don't have any choice two years ago. They had no choice now. It's just highly recommended. They do write the Chief Executive Officer of Tallow said, they're working on this really hard and expect to have an agreement together practically soon kind of cool thing is there's a bunch of knowledge transfer going on here that they always talk about citalis energy is basically helping pemex understand from an engineering and project management point of view how to best utilize this song. So the joint venture actually help sperm X in the people of Mexico and then tallus can make a couple of dollars off it as well. So they're working on it. They'll get it done and they'll go back to normal operation soon. Well, it's also nice to see cuz I remember ever Mexico finally started to implement Regulatory Compliance there to begin with and and just to see how that's grown and actually worked out for them and their faith. Yeah, so it used to be not that long ago that people looked the other way the same type of h s in any culture that we have in the states didn't exist in Mexico and not just picking on next to it doesn't exist a lot of the world and when the comics story or not starting with the next realize that needed the help of American European service companies, especially in operators, they had to start work on their HS any metrics and they've done they've done a really good job. They still have a ways to go but there may be better in a much better place than they were ten years ago. So we go to some kind of conference or something maybe not a conference, but I think I learnt a lunch and learn or something about this with some Law Firm over wage. Yeah. Yeah, we did we did and actually we got invited to and I can't remember where it was in Mexico. We got basically invited to a government conference where the government put on the conference and was inviting All American and European operators that come in to bid on yeah on leases out there. Just we didn't make a bit other stuff we had to go but it wouldn't really interesting to sit in and I've been really neat one of the things I really love about the Mexican this culture is the men dressed to a t all the time custom suits tie shoes are always shine and that's how it was here like a man in uniform and I thought well, there's a lot of men in Uniforms over uniforms in a suit. What have what ever got helped put a signal and so on page And the last time I put on dress clothes was from the waist up. That's why I'm just wearing dresses from here on out. What's next? Okay drilling down Midland. It defies downturn. Yes. So here's a great article to start off with some petroleum. Here's what's cool page. They're stepping up their drilling program in the Permian not scaling back. I love it. If I go to see if we can maybe get them on one of the officers talk about their strategy, but they filed for non drilling permits a road commission, and it looks like they're getting whole nine..
"thales" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"If you don't mind I'd like to start with the Irishman the Irishman wow okay have you seen it yet yeah I know have you guys had a chance to see it I have watched all of it so quarter of it Thales you know I have to say I was you know I didn't get a chance to see it before it actually dropped on Netflix and I saw something last week I think that the suggested that you break them up into that they break the movie up into four different episodes and the you could watch it as sort of a mini series I was really tempted to do that because I wasn't sure I could last through the the whole three and a half hour thing but then once I started watching and I you know I found I couldn't really pull myself away from it I don't know did you guys like it you know I did like it's I don't know that I love the it was long it moves slow at the same time you're trying to watch it just as you would watch a movie right and at the same time right you can't help but compare it to a good fellas right because you got a lot of the same players and a you know some of the styling is somewhat the same so trying to take that out of my mind and just watch it as a movie and it wasn't like I came away thinking it was a waste of time there was a lot of good stuff in it but when I read a review that this is his crowning achievement and this is better than good fellas that I'm like well let's not get crazy here no I got to say I don't I don't agree with that assessment either I mean yeah I mean I'm sorry I'm not I don't agree with it being is cutting it too but I think it's I think it's an epic film I think it's really good I don't think that it measures up with because I mean I don't know if anything measure measures up of good fellas with the exception of maybe some of the earlier film that he does like you know once you got to Goodfellas it was kind of all still going to be difficult to match that achievement I think and and I don't think that this film quite does that but I do think this is one of the better films he's made and and kind of the last five to five to ten years yes you would know more about that than me but just as this movie again not waste the time but it's a media expecting good fellas level not quite there but still if you like the gangster films you like Scorsese I think you like the movie yeah I think so to just make sure you be satisfied enough time to watch all the way through because once yeah for a lot this week what's new out this week nothing is probably as good as the Irishman unfortunately I will start with the children some call play mobile this is actually based on the German toyline of the same name that was introduced in the nineteen seventies I remember playing with them as a kid but I hadn't thought about these toys literally for decades until this movie was announced obviously they are trying to kind of replicate the success of the lego movie this story basically centers on a young woman whose brother is kind of magically transported to an animated fantasy land populated by the play mobile toys first you have to go in after him and navigate a bunch of you know fantastical landscapes populated by gladiators and Vikings and what not to find in the rescue and the story is pretty straight forward in fact it's really it's really episodic and that it also kind of it's it's so straight forward that it feels almost like a video game quest and and I think in their efforts to replicate the success of the of the lego movie they they kind of lost what make a lego movie good which is although these movies are both essentially ads for the toys the lego movie at least had a sense of humor about itself it was very self aware I know was invented in the way that it told a story and and this movie doesn't really have any of that and so it ends up feeling rather like just an ad for play mobile toys so yeah at the end of the day I think if you are into you know flashing colors and you view your kids need something that to occupy them for an hour and a half yeah this will do that trick but I don't think you can appeal to anyone outside of a very young demographic it's and this one is at twenty one percent of the with the critics okay move on to the next what else is out I think let's see we should talk about do we talk about dark waters a couple weeks ago or last week I don't think so we got that was like the twenty second review I think so yeah I mean we all right when did that a little bit more yeah that also that movie is now expanding to I think around two thousand theaters so if you get people haven't seen it they can go out and check it out this week mark Ruffalo played in a turn this is based on a true story mark Ruffalo played an attorney name Robert a lot who was working for a firm that actually represented large corporations like the dupont chemical corporation until we got a phone call from a farmer saying Hey I think my cows are dying and going insane because of dupont so can you check it out and it's kind of turned himself into an environmental crusader at that point and and kind of built the case to bring against dupont this is a very understated film but mark Ruffalo is very good at it I think that he is probably giving a performance that is in tune with the film's story it's not the most exciting story but it is it is kind of an investigative drama that turned into a courtroom drama and if you're into that sort of thing I think this is a very well put together a version of that and this one is certified fresh at ninety three percent have also just read an article about the story of DU Pont and this you know this whole episode and it will leave people like all my gosh I can't believe what some companies can get away with exactly that that feeling movies but yeah I'm already though maybe but no further yeah yeah I think that's probably true yep probably not as well there was a film starring I think Matt Damon a few years ago called promised land that was very similar in nature but it was more about fracking and how the fracking company was was messing with people's farms and and this this film has a similar tone to it and there's a couple of other movies that are are very similar in theme but this one is probably one of the better ones to be made the cool twist here is that at the very end you find out that's how he becomes the whole who knew yeah isn't Avengers prequel exactly all right right unfortunately we're out of time always great to catch of Ryan Fujita ID right debaters dot com we'll talk to you next week right a flag as they tried okay yeah I don't even remember the played mobile toys to you guys no David may have been my generation okay I vaguely remember that all right did you didn't have any I don't get it I had to knock off the place stationary I don't want any sad childhood tales from David on Friday really want to stay away from that get a free bag a glass with it.
"thales" Discussed on Throughline
"The Blackburn's were arrested. This was the Blackburn's worst nightmare to be sent back to slavery back to a life of fear isolation and interviews but the sheriff didn't immediately hand them over to the slave catcher instead. They were given a court date. Ah For that same day Saturday June fifteenth eighteen thirty three and much of the Black Community of Detroit showed up to support them there was a big horseshoe shaped balcony at the top of the courtroom and that's where African Americans were required to sit in court so they went up there and they muttered and complained and it was packed the Blackburn's neighbors were horrified and angry their arrests threatened threatened status of other freedom seekers who lived in hiding among the free black community and that could tear the community apart but the law was clear there was no room for negotiations creations so the Blackburn's didn't stand a chance in court and when the word came down that the blacks were going to be sent back to slavery the people in the balcony. He said you will not do this. We will burn this city to the ground. If you travel around the sheriff was worried about writing so instead instead of handing the block prints of over to the slave catchers immediately after the verdict was made he put them back in jail in two separate cells and he scheduled for the couple to be sent down the river back to enslavement in two days on Monday afternoon that would mean that all of the African Americans with the jobs would have to be back at their workplaces and fewer people would be there to protest the Blackburn's returned to slavery so basically he was stalling The next day Sunday to women approached the sheriff after Church Service. Mrs French and Mrs Lightfoot put both Caroline French tappita lightfoot were free black women and they were friends of the Blackburn's dressed in their Sunday best with veils over their hair. They went to see the sheriff and they asked him if they could offer their friend Mrs Blackburn the Solas of friendship and prayer and the sheriff let them into the jail. Perhaps he thought this would assuage some of the era of violence around town. Mrs French and Mrs Lightfoot stayed well into the evening in Roussell. It was after dark when they left the jailhouse with Thales over their faces and crying into their handkerchiefs.
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"thales" Discussed on Digital Business Models
"Mail? If I buy Com right time is an important element of the third important element is effort. How effort full is it for me to acquire to compare and acquire the television that I want? I'll effort for. Is it for me to get a car to my door. That will take me to the airport so when I think about customers in different markets I always tell my students that you should think about those customers. As having three pockets rockets with currency they have monetary currency money they have time currency and they have effort currency in their decisions are going to change based on who can reduce those three costs. The most can reduce reduces costs. That's what we observe. The major disruptive changes so airbnb reduced these three costs Bouba reduces cost Amazon dramatically tries every day in every market is to reduce these costs interesting in when does the most interesting to me that you can use the same framework budgets than any street and of course use identified the source of Lesson Barton and that's Rescue L. in Austin be spending because marketing course we allied win. Branding Rennie's everything but important is branding. I think that you know at anybody that is in business will know how brands. Chance are important. There's no there's no benefit in keeping talking about the value of the Bratz what is new and is a game changer to me. Today is the reduction in value of Brandy consumers before would be loyal to brands people that liked nestle chocolate would always by trump people who like B._M._w.. Would keep by B._M._W.. And you could see that the low to the brands of manufacturers church service providers was very high what works every more and more is a reduction. The loyalty of brands people are looking at available new options that have a new brand they don't know of they're not really aware of it or they. Don't have the experience with they're willing to risk to try out new brands. I think in the beginning why did people even try ober. There's absolutely no reason for you to try who there's a risk. You don't know what's going to happen you. I don't know the business or you don't all these things yet uber launched and it grew tremendously fast in the same is going on for startup startups or taking advantage the fact that people want better value cheaper faster easier easier and they're willing to experiment with these new startups because they have a better customer experience not just in the process of buying these digital products but buying using and disposing of roar bray purchasing these products in doing so. They're willing to give up the safety net of large established brands like Nike Coca Cola like I._B._M.. And you name it so what we're seeing in in financial financial markets today is that these big businesses they need to innovate and they need to offer new things to customers because they can't rest on their decades of having a very large recognizable high equity woody brand is before innovation consumer driven innovation is now a necessary condition for you to stay in a leadership position market or else. You'll be disrupted by then you also. I think delighted that one on Caisley choose at at Donner shape excess a dominating the market with with his mother which is called the League actually ought not seeking ready as short via define even Gillette Ed <unk> such a strong up ren detonate why days in the when today like when you were from several yet most of them that look outside forces especially when we team up on if I found that we have seven me e s or ask Dave understand what's happening in business for well. Michael Porter is my colleague and I have respect him. He did a tremendous job and his work was published in nineteen eighty eighty five and he did a tremendous job to really show the competitive drivers in major mark threatened so his five forces than he came out with six fourth in that allowed you to understand competition in markets in which you have many many buyers many customers in few suppliers few competitors. It's it tended to be the case that competitors dictated much more of your profitability than actually customers or buyers and so companies went into new markets and they realize it was much more important to track your competition in respond effectively to your competition then to consumers what has changed you know in the past thirty years is now many markets are saturated with suppliers with companies offering products and services right before you only had Gillette and Schick now you have a variety of other manufacturers of razor blades and so tracking competitors responding to competitors understanding the forces that drive profitability in your district is only the first step what really is going to make you succeed. Israeli being customer focused understanding your your customers their priorities in delivering for them to the point that competitors aren't really as impactful in the profitability of business as understanding shifting customer consumer trends so I'd I'd say that my framework homework is a compliment to that in that it helps you look in each market understand what customers want and basically they want specialized improvement in costs and if you deliver that you will be far more successful than if if you just keep tracking customers and companies people tend to think that customers interested is being kind of careful and being nice in being appreciative of your customers in sending them emails and thank you that's. That's not what customers want. Customers don't want relationship with companies customers want products and services that are cheaper faster more convenient and better than the alternative so wherever you're looking at if you don't see a good product or service Chris. Can you make it better that is the way to inter market to disrupt by decoupling knew something small but something much better than others great. I mean that's <hes> enabled find year leading to allied. He's liked so if today I'm trying and unwilling to start business senate. Look at this update force active that are out there for me to get going out where will start looming like what what is your suggestion. I would say I just you know think of it as <unk> a consumer or customer business viscous or what are these products and services that you're not fully satisfied. Incumbents don't require you to series of activities with them. Some are probably good summer not that good. These are not that good they function as your beachhead as your entry gate into a market right. You're going to try to look look at it. One activity that you can do better right you that customers are not fully happy king do better in a cost sense or delivered digitally which generally using these digital technologies route allow you to reduce the the cost for the customer of that activity and once you do that you will notice that you're gonNA start stealing customer activities from the incumbents and that is the way for you to gain a foothold in the market by offering <music> so think of it as all of these opportunities not to really replicate what's available just a way to think of doing something specifically bed right to give him a very trivial example. There are many the <hes> hair hair salons in the U._S.. In general hair salons for women they cut your hair in the Washer. Dry Your hair in. There's a company that came here in his growing really fast. It's called dry bar at said you know what they cut your hair whale but they really dry. You're very well until for women who want to have their hair dried better they can just go to dry bar and it's like a little store and now they have hundreds of hundreds of stores all across the U._S.. That are just doing one thing better drying women's hair faster more convenient to book a time and and cheaper on kind of on the on the margin and basically with not much use of technologies right. If you start with technology I you're GONNA try to find a place to use technology. That's very complicated to start with the customer pain point in an activity right unique is that from ladies fish over better than the he currently currently and that's right specialization. Is this big force of of creating opportunities for startups or else. You're going to compete with big companies that have thousands of employees and billions of dollars and things like that. There's no way to win a less if you specialize in C- their weak points into when I look at the customer value chain I have a recipe for disruption in my book. It's five step process in the first. Step is map out the customer value chain. The second step is figure out those activities that create value those activities to capture value those activities that erode value choose one of them in your goal is to basically decouple by breaking the links from those activities so you can steal it from incumbents the way you do that is by reducing the monitoring the time in the effort costs and once you do that you will understand that those large companies that are going to lose activities that are gonNA respond but is a few chapters in my book that shows what are the typical responses so you can evaluate in preempt before they respond to you can preempt them and then that that creates her sustainable business model with free just to finish up and was it an amazing session. What's next I mean now? We're living in these kneecapping air. But did you spot a trend that is shaping ren now than in the future while you know personally I think that decoupling and the analog after you decouple how you grow you grow by Jason Stealing even more of these adjacent activities have this says the next trend that I'm seeing when I look at Alibaba in China Amazon in the U._S.. AIRBNB also what they're doing is they're doing a process of coupling new activities to their decoupled business model and and this is the way they're growing for example Alibaba started e commerce and then it went into payments than it went to logistics than it went into a search engines and then they went into software hardware. This is the process known by coupling and a Chapter Chapter Eight of my book explains how to go about this so this next wave is actually coming in. We're GONNA see more and more businesses go that started in one industry digital industry and then they moved very very very disparate in different industries and they do so by kind of coupling these activities in a very smart way that benefits the customer already sold from the gobbling captain. Thanks you've been listening to the digital business models podcast created..
"thales" Discussed on Digital Business Models
"The same manner Birch box decoupled the customer value chain by saying look we know it's important to start the process of buying beauty products by sampling beauty products so instead of you going to Sephora just subscribe with US listen. We'll send the samples to your health and then afterwards when you realize which Prague she really liked to buy the full size item you can even go to Sephora and buy it or go Amazon Roy anywhere else but in that regards birch box decoupled the customer value the chain because it took away not all of the activities that were being provided by Sephora but just one key activity which is the sampling of beauty products in that is decoupling when you go across all these markets you see that disruptive startups are choosing using one activity to do for the customer much better instead of trying to substitute all the activities that are doing by being done by the established company for themselves. They really specialize in a key activity in customer value. The chain customers are not fully satisfied with another key aspect that the <unk> she said at least my understanding when the book then again correct correct me if I'm mistaken again but it's <hes> many as those those companies is not just they are innovating through technology actually is the opposite they're innovating through a business model as always more like a real process of the and as you said understanding would lean in the value chain they could break so that they can deliver at different pieces is that is that right. Is that the right interpretation so absolutely let's just start with in this realization that we are infatuated with technologies right. There's lots of companies out there. The bigger more established companies that have used technology to succeed and gain a rain in the market so we can look at apple apple we can look at Google these companies created new technologies in that drove their success but the vast majority of startups in tech companies out there that are considered tech companies when you look at what started ended their process of disrupting their markets which means steely huge market shares in short period of time. It was not due predominantly to a major technology so let's take over for example Wilbur launched in two thousand donate when it launched you would download an APP and basically if you wanted a car to come to you to pick you up to take it to the airport you would text or call them and on the other side of the line. Somebody received a text message or a phone call in would try to call up other car companies that had what we call black cars essentially kind of you know high end limousines or or or high end cars they would call them up essentially just like a taxi dispatch service operates with start calling and say oh can you go pick up this person and then they would <hes> respond with a text message or email saying there's a car on their way and probably the only innovation Asian at the time was something quite simple which is for the first time you saw in a map a little car coming to pick you up so you need you knew that was happening but it was not automatic as it is today you press a button and there's nobody else actually trying to route cars to you. It's done aut- automatically through an algorithm right but at the time this was not the case and it grew it grew because it was convenient for customers and people had the assurance that the cars company but they had no new innovative technology that no but nobody else had right it it was fundamentally a service for the customer that was a better experience and a new business model. You didn't have to pay when the car a less you you didn't have to to you know essentially get taxiing go through all the hurdles and hassles of of of <hes> hailing a cab extreme about technology but it's not because mother innovation that so that's the grapevine and the highlight beagles it said it gets now. We'll get the companies that we call these company at companies we wasting above all you know companies that innovated with that with adept technology when he said it out he's about music. Money and immunity chew also actually <hes> pointed out that there were like three phases we went into especially with the advent of the web now we're leaving of course the in this in this isn't she more which is more about the abilene but wear spaces that actually when we went through where ocean or informing <unk> so when I started to try to understand digital disruption basically what might initial hypothesis what I thought and everybody else probably thought at the time is that disruption comes this kind of consistently infrequently throughout time you know every week every month. There's a new startup. There's new technologies new business models new ideas and every month some market is kind of going into a disruptive up to face right what I realize that's not the case. The disruption forces comes in big discrete chunks of time. It's not continuous but in one moment there's something that happens in many many markets kids get disrupted or the process starts in that's why I called the ways of disruption right. There's a wave that comes in then it subsides and then there's another wave that comes the first wave in by the way these two previously ways we all know I know very well what happened in so we can look at these way so the first wave starting around nineteen ninety four nineteen ninety five when the Internet becomes popular in essentially the first wave what today we call unbundling basically before as a consumer. or I would have to buy a newspaper. That was a series of essentially products inside the newspaper. Write a newspaper has articles restaurant reviews classified ads <hes> comic strips all sorts of things and there's no way for me to just buy one or the other. I have to buy the whole bundle the same thing if I was to buy a C._D.. Twenty years ago I had to buy fifteen tracks of songs. I couldn't buy one at a time rarely the same thing with text books and many other types of media and what came gene with the beginning of the Internet popularization of the Internet was a company started to unbundle that so google would provide me one article at a time to read craigslist would provide me just the classified ads <hes> Yelp yelp would provide me just restaurant reviews that was the first wave of unbundling from nineteen ninety four to about nine hundred ninety nine two thousand it was a big wave all of these startups came to disrupt unbundled breaking the product into pieces selling or giving it for for free to customers this way subsided and then in about the nineteen ninety nine to two thousand second wave came in the second wave was very different in the sense that companies that offered products through intermediaries to the consumer so think of travel services the travel agent would get hotels and airlines and services and and tourists tourism activities in what put them in a package and give it to consumers in the second wave of <unk> business innovation. These companies started going direct to the consumer so airlines started telling <hes> airfare Derek consumers hotels consumers in that is what we call disintermediation. Basically the simple idea is to cut out the middleman it was a lot of businesses disrupting markets that were cutting out the middlemen and offering their products and services direct to consumers that weighs peaked in two thousand in about two thousand and five most of it was it is time now what I've observed the third wave that's been happening in the last few years is this idea of decoupling instead of breaking the product of part which is in bundling breaking the supply chain apart which is disintermediation is his third wave is breaking apart the customer value chain. That's a that's a very interesting point so we went from like as you said bragging about product splashy now it's of the consumer but the <unk> out we actually know what determines the choices of those consumers today mean as business album actually understand that these days so that's a great question are because is each different industry. People tend to think that customers want different things right and basically if you would summarize you look. Why do people want to buy which cars that people want to buy? which furniture do they want to buy food that they you WanNa buy you know which Hotel WanNa stay and obviously in the industry? There's particularities for customers preferences..
"thales" Discussed on Digital Business Models
"An incredible an incredible reading especially if your friend on the stand how the today's business were works. Thank you for <unk> joining Word Conversation Alice. Thank you Janata. It's a pleasure to be here with you might blazer and let's get started by a really what brought you to study at Lisa's Mangala captioning deletion. How did you do get here? What got you about these bulky so I joined the Harvard Business School in two thousand nine and I was doing research that followed for my p._H._d.? In in the area that eventually I call economics of attention and at that time my goal was to really understand what was happening in the market for attention if you think of it very simply the market for attention is composed of the suppliers wires of attention which are people individuals and the demanders the buyers of attention which are companies they buy attention from media companies to <hes> to use for advertising in brand building purposes in that was my mainstream of research search but about that time many companies that I worked with started asking me about how to deal with digital disrupters so I visited many so called disruptors of the time I visited two thousand ten facebook and and I asked the executives their power you planning to disrupt the the media space and they would you know in a room the executives would say professor to share this is what we're doing and they started explaining the process and I just listened and in in recorded <hes> and then I visited other startups at the time or or disruptors that grew tremendously fast just like Uber Airbnb visited Netflix every time I would ask them the same questions. How are you planning to disrupt the hotel industry the transportation industry or the Media Industry T._V. Industry and every time I heard something like professor were doing it very differently from the others? This is what we're doing the more I I heard that they were doing things differently. The more I realized it was a common pattern they were doing all virtually the same things that same strategy the only difference is that they applied it in their industries in a very different manner so that's how I got to really think about there. There is a pattern he recipe a common approach to digital disruption that works across every industry every country that I've observed interesting so before we get that bothered which is of course in May soup and what what's your like for you. The most nation of visas so so business models have to achieve two purposes any business bottle if you think of it has has to basically create value for customers so you need to identify a customer who is the value being created for and the other point it has to capture some of this value for itself or if it doesn't make money it doesn't really survive and so capturing portion of this value in the form of revenues and profits and figure out who this values captured from his very important in not necessarily you have to create value and capture from the same type of entity or individual for example supermarkets today they create value for shoppers. If you go to the supermarket you're basically buying products for yourself and your family and they create value for us. Individuals caused by providing all of these products that could prices but few people understand that many supermarkets today make more of their money from the suppliers and manufacturers of these products by charging them <hes> when we call slotting fees which is rents for putting products on the shelf that corresponds in the U._S. for example much more money than actually margins on selling the products that are in the store so they create value for the shopper in the capture value from manufacturers than in other retailers and but you know back to your point this is the purpose of a business create value for somebody capture value from somebody might be the same might be another one. It's simply a nation and liked the fact that the. Light that when you want to start the business model need to need to be focused on the past and they said that he said a way for you to action stand out will be on the customer which is based on the on the customer value chain. She didn't work. I mean would we estimate a value chain so so the customer value chain is is a conceptual idea that explains in a framework all of these steps or activities that customers have to go through in order to acquire products and services so for example. If you WANNA buy a television today your value chain goes something along the lines that you recognize that that you need a new T._v.. That's the first part then you think of a place to go to look for options at the second activity in the U._S.. You would probably go to a the Beja retailer. It's called best buy so you go to best buy another part art and then you look at all of the available options and you screen the options for a few T._V.'s. Let's say I want a fifteen inch TV under a thousand dollars and then you figure out which when you get somebody to help you and then you figure out which one you like maybe like the Samsung fifty inch and then you get it you ask for it. You pay for it. You take it home you install it in the new use it and then finally a few years later you dispose of it either resell it or throw it away so all of these activities are part of the customer customer value and we could do this mapping value chains for any customer. It doesn't need to be an individual it can be a business businesses have value chains when they're acquiring products and services a government has it for whatever product you can think service we go through a series of key activities in order to acquire those goods and so this is really a sort of mapping the journey that estimate business wherever event volleyballer it is actually getting on the way and then you were seen before you know you you managed to speak companies that were disrupting alert and they were seeing <hes> something along the lines between something different but but then is authored a baton which is I think it's very effective because he analyzed happening in a very simple but effective way. which is the coupling so the gardening you actually understood that that he's East crosses the friend which is happening Rehn on? What's that out that the copy were so de-coupling? Is this idea that I've observed across all these industries in these startups that I noticed is that they weren't trying to really steal customers from what we call. The incumbents the large established companies AIRBNB wasn't really trying to steal the customer in the traditional sense from all the hotels in the world. If it was trying to do that it would create hotels may be billeted and get hotel rooms and then you know steal customers from Marriott or from the Ritz Carlton Dan or from any other hotel what airbnb wanted to do was just improved the matchmaking between people that had homes to rent and people that were trying to find a not just hotel rooms but actually a different experience experience to stay in somebody else's home for a while and so that key activity of matchmaking is what <hes> Airbnb decided to do <hes> if you take <hes> for example in the beauty industry <hes> the big beauty retailer around the world is called Sephora so most women and men.
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"Here. The extraordinary secrets of how to thrive in disrupted world, the old rules of management are not ready, correct anymore. So what works making a wise, pivot, pivot to the future, will I am Omar Abba, subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. This is tech news briefing, im Tanya, boosters reporting from the newsroom in New York coming up clearing up the cloud, and more specifically, how safe it is a look at how some companies stumble indie face of cybersecurity risks asking the question. How safe is big data in the cloud. And how are companies staying on the ball? That's after these tech headlines. The Trump administration is examining whether to require the next generation five G cellular equipment, be designed and manufactured outside China. The move could reshape global manufacturing and further fan. Tensions between the countries as part of the review US officials are asking telecom equipment manufacturers, whether they can make and develop US bound hardware, which includes cell tower electronics as well as routers and switches, the conversations are in early and informal stages. These executive order calls for a list of proposed rules and regulations by the one hundred and fifty day deadline in October Stu who has more at wsJcom. Some of the biggest restaurant operators are pushing back against fees, charged by delivery companies. The latest journal reporting says McDonald's Applebee's and cousins, submarines are among the chains negotiating to pay lower commissions and asking their delivery partners to spend more on marketing, and promotional discounts is comes at the right time. According to a recent analysis of credit card data delivery companies are plowing money into their businesses and intensifying the competition since two thousand seventeen for example, grub hubs market share has roughly have while door dash and Uber. Eats have gained businesses. And French, 'electronic aerospace company, Thales is exploring new artificial intelligence tools warns that will eventually separate, and keep track of unmanned aircraft at low altitudes. The journal says the company is convinced such tech offers the best chance to cope with the antiquated growth in commercially operated. Drones, here's the story, existing radars and human traffic, controllers simply won't be able to handle the crush of data and only a applications are likely to have the capacity to react quickly enough to maintain a safe, buffer around individual drones. The trend was evident during the Paris air show last week with several companies disclosing new ideas for opening up additional airspace, for unmanned aircraft coming up putting data into the cloud can make it more secure. But look at how major companies are handling things and whether they're making the right moves to keep the cloud and your data safe. Capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they've created Iino the Capital One assistant that catches things that might lef- wrong with your credit card, you know catches over tipping, duplicate, charges, or potential fraud. And then sends an alert sheer phone and helps you fix it. It's another way capital. One is watching out for your money when we're not Capital One. What's in your wallet? See Capital, One dot com for details. Across every industry. The topic of cyber security continues to dominate the boardroom conversation. That was never more clear than at WSJ pros. Recent cyber security executive forum in London. Theresa Walsh, global, head of intelligence at FSI a c has more. I think a lot of people look at the cloud and think that there's a lot of hackers always going after it. And that's the main cause of concern. However, if you look at a lot of the different issues that people have had over the past few years, it's usually down to human error, and a Miskin figuration a misunderstanding of, maybe what they were dealing with and really work consortium of, of members of, of regulated financial institutions. So they're trying to share formation about how to do this. The lessons learned learning from each other's mistakes, whenever you do see something like this, like a miss. Ration- of, of an AWS S three bucket or something like that. Leave Ruben is council at Pillsbury Winthrop shop Pittman he spoke of how security and the cloud, ultimately become a complicated search, for clarity. The, the wis seeing now between providers if a customer set up that idea AWS instance themselves, something goes wrong. Then the cloud provided content around. So we'll this was your wherever you'll customer ever. You'll use eras Renault responsible, but whether the lawns get muc. Yeah, is with as amendment of collaboration and it might be it's not clear in the contract ultimately who's responsible for what with new European regulations on privacy and network security coming into force? It's a critical time to benchmark company practices. There is more of an expectation. Now from customers say will we need some help you'll the expert. But go the cloud provider. You'll the expert this, you'll technology you need to educate us in good us through this. So if we do something wrong, we don't expect us the private tournaments. I will. That's not all out. That's you will folk moving expectation now from customers saying, well, we, we won't and education training piece around that and really guide it through. So whether that's the providers themselves take on themselves and say, well, his some protocols that we get. For what in this, and we're going to comply with these, we'll get them all for you, try. We're gonna give you a help blowing service that you can just pick up and an all these sort of collaborative polish elements that we see which the provide is all starting to, to play Alton because they realized that it's a competitive marketplace. I've customers not getting the service that I won't that just going to switch, and go elsewhere for more on WSJ pros cyber-security executive forum head to wsJcom that's it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.
"thales" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dollar and the yen went away point six seven. That's Bloomberg business flash. Now here's John Tucker. With more on what's going on around the world? John, good morning, Karen. After lighthouse foot-dragging demands from House Democrats lawmakers are hopeful. The Justice department is about to provide what they call some of special counsel, Robert Muller's, most important Thales at least four Senate Republicans. Join Democrats on twenty two resolutions to disapprove of the Trump administration's arm sales to Saudi Arabia, the pilot of that helicopter was killed in a crash landing in a high rise building in Manhattan had reported a problem and said he wanted to return to the heliport he had taken off from minutes earlier sports. The warriors keep their season line by beating the rappers one zero six to one zero five but they do lose. Kevin Durant when achilles injury baseball Yankees at mess. They were rained out. They'll play a day night. Double header beginning at one this afternoon. The nationals won the Red Sox in as lose. Global news, twenty four hours a day on Iryna tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred and twenty countries. I'm John Tucker. This is Bloomberg. Nathan. All right, John, thanks. We are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios, where it's coming up to five forty nine on Wall Street, and that is time to check in with Bloomberg opinion. That's our platform that offers informed perspectives on a range of global topics and expert data driven commentary on breaking news. Joining us from our London bureau, Bloomberg opinion, editor Jennifer Ryan. And Jen, now that the slate of conservative party candidates is set to succeed. Prime Minister Theresa may Marcus Ashworth has a piece out this morning that takes a look at how it could affect sterling. I mean, the pound has been rocked of late. How does Marcus Ashworth read it? Well, sterling's level reflect. The really internal delay to resolving Brexit. I mean, this is clearly holding back the UK economy, so you mentioned the leadership race in so Ashra says, well, maybe this contest to choose a new leader can change things because after all the successful candidate is going to replace Theresa May who is very famous for her, total inability to get Brexit Dale pass parliament. And so, now the difficulty for currency, tracer traders is that several of the candidates to replace her seem absolutely happy to that Britain crash out of the European Union without an agreement, and that's really very spooky process of prospect, rather this uncertainty. Here is really killing investment market sent market sentiment. And Ashra says that sterling traders are really just pricing in a long summer of confusion with Billy, little clarity on the UK's exit strategy, and maybe even another delay passed the thirty first departure date. And as if full crash out of from the European Union weren't enough of perhaps a nightmare scenario for currency traders. Marcus Ashworth is saying. There's an even further nightmare scenario. Yeah. Things can actually get worse. So division. He has here is that of Jeremy Corbyn, the hard left labor party later, all of a sudden taking up residence in Downing Street, and if that were to happen, he says, you really expect the pan to fall below one twenty dollars. But really, I mean, the main thing here is, let's look at the toy leadership race the front runner in the bookies favorite is Boris Johnson. The impinging dividing former foreign secretary a lot of the fear round. Johnson is his embrace of the possibility of a no deal Brexit. And Ashra says that kind of result would be very worrying. However, Ashworth, other point, is that you've got to get to a point where even a hard break. It's preferable to this endless negotiations and the resulting uncertainty for business in the markets. I mean, even if Johnson wig could provide a surprise lift to the pound, if we have a cleaner and quicker, exit Ashworth reckons, there's a wall of money waiting on the sidelines from the likes to the Middle East Asia, and that could actually come into the UK, if we got some clarity on Brexit. So. So then apart from the possibility of at least some clarity for currency traders. Is there anything else that recommends Boris Johnson to them? Well, we leave the other contenders don't offer that much different. Theresa may. So I mean on that basis alone. That's a lot of reason to prefer Boris. You know. And also, he's the strongest candidate rejuvenate, the court, the Tory party and keep Corbin out of power. I mean, of course Johnson could turn out to be disaster. You kind can't rule that out. And there's a strong chance that parliament will black new deal. No deal anyway. But at this point, you've got to ask, what's the greater threat to Britain's prosperity years of uncertainty or the clean break Johnson threatens? So the what does this mean for the pound, the pound may be on its knees right now? But clarity should not be under-priced. All right. Well, let's move on then to another piece on the Bloomberg opinion section from Mark Gilbert, looking at how regulators could respond to Neil, Woodford. Freezing his flagship equity fund last week. What's Gilbert expecting? Well, the phrase closing the stable door after the horses bolted sort of springs to mind, his real worry is that British rule makers, really overreact, just to summarize what happened with. Neil work for its fund, the firm stop clients from exiting its flagship fund after flood of withdrawals threatened to force it to hold fire sales of its liquid assets. So if you look at internet comments from disgruntled customers, Gilbert spies is that people have taken the ability to withdraw money on a daily basis as given the impression of complete quitting. I mean, yes in normal times the mismatch between the speed it was assets could be off loaded in the pace at which investors can demand repayment that can often be ignored. But when things go awry, as has happened many, many times in recent years, this losing gets shattered, but the disconnect between buying and selling assets quickly retrieving cash on a daily basis, the right to do that. I mean, that, that's not a new disconnect. Right. It isn't. And so the question is how a regulator is going to respond in the worry is that the response is going to be the band funds, even those targeted at individual investors from buying unlisted and closely held securities, less liquid stuff, Gilbert's point. Does that backing fledgling businesses? A really important way of growing the economy and also why should retail investors be denied the opportunity of making really outside returns from bets on fledgling companies? So then how does Gilbert regulators should respond? This should be tighter regulation, about just what counts as liquid security. I mean, the exit miss the asset mixture of other funds that are clearly flying under the radar now because their performance hasn't prompted clients to flee that could be a point of something that the regulators could look at also less frequent access for investors deli, redemption rights may be more appropriate for an ATM than a nest egg, but really thorny stick with the current system of allowing money managers who get into difficulties to drop the gate on redemptions. It's to be essential to remind consumers about the risks that they're cash might be locked in. And if that is a deterrent to some customers than maybe they shouldn't be buying into the funds in the first place. Bloomberg opinion, editor Jennifer Ryan, thanks as always read more Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or Opie I n go on the Bloomberg terminal. Karen, thanks. Nathan is five fifty four. On Wall Street time for Bloomberg. Report brought to you by the American arbitration association, businesses future, inevitable result faster.
"thales" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The show, the president of the United States with the first lady standing outside the American Bassett's residents in the UK waiting for Prince Charles yet to the throne, and duchess Camilla to arrive full and the full dinner at the ambassador's residence. The first lady as usual looking at -solutely radiant, I think we have to have have at least a couple of segments that equated to the first lady's wardrobe in the UK. I mean, we, we need an expert coming in here because she has imagine if she were married to a democrat, president, you wouldn't be able to go to the grocery store without tripping over piles, and piles of women's magazines vogue, you name it with her all over the cover. But she happens to be married to Donald Trump. She happens to be a Republican president the full. She must be ostracized. That's the left, it isn't just politics them. It is everything culture included just the treatment of perhaps, one of the most stylish women in the world today, tells you how, and how powerful the ideological grip on the left is today, which includes not just people in the United States includes for example, the, the men of London Sadique Kahn. We have some quite stunning audio from the man of London in his ever-growing obsession with President Trump will play for that play for you. That later, we have some very special guests. We have none other than the president's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski in the next hour talking about what we need to do for twenty twenty and whether or not impeachment is on the cards. Then Dave brat, a man who out of nowhere as a professor of economics became a congressman full, one of America's most important districts, only to be beaten by a swamp creature. We'll get him to share with us his experience in the swamp. A man who let the president pulls no punches, and then we have some incredible audio from none other than Kanye west. Yes, you didn't think you're going to choose into America first today, and here audio from Kanye west, but he has some fascinating things to say about the left and the treatment of the president. But before we get to any of those actualities, let's go back in time, let's go back in time in the moment. Why? Because today is an diversity, very important aniversary. It's the thirtieth anniversary to the day of the. The crushing of a revolution. Full of June nineteen Eighty-nine saw something occur in China. That should resonate through the ages, and be a wake-up cool for what the democrat party is trying to do here in the United States. Remember we played you the audio yesterday from the Hickenlooper speech in San Francisco at a democrat party event, where he made a very reasonable statement that socialism is not the answer for America, and he was practically booed of stage, the democrat party. It's not just at exams, kospi of Thales just Bernie Saunders who remember honeymooned in these Soviet Union as a Jew as an American Jew. When the Soviet Union was still a ravishingly anti semitic dictatorship. It's not just a oh, see not just Bernie is. The DNC lodge. It is the democrat party that has embraced, socialism, wholeheartedly. When it's talk about social from. Thirty days ago, thirty years ago in China. A group of student activists decided enough is enough that country had been converted in nineteen forty eight by mount Satan into the most populous, communist nation in the world. In that process millions. Yes. Millions of human beings had been arrested tortured persecuted. And in the long March killed by that ideology, by the perpetrators of that dicta to'real takeover. These brave young students much like the students who in nineteen fifty six in Hungary, went to the streets to protest, tater ship, then who would eventually liberate my father from a political prison in the gory days of the Hungarian uprising. They demanded change. They demanded democracy representation freedom of speech and economic reform Tonto, tell because the communist party has a stranglehold of information, but perhaps a million Chinese went to and square to protest that own government, all of it was was nonviolent. It wasn't like the streets of Hungary nineteen fifty six molotov cocktails with some Ashim guns acquired from the Hungarian army with eventually Soviet tanks coming in for running battles in the streets boulevard. Odds of that beautiful city. These were sittings on the square. This was a hunger strike a peaceful protest. But it was too much for the followers of komax. And now then Premier Li ping initiated martial law. And then decided that lethal force would be used against these protesters on my Twitter feed, you'll see the famous now historic photograph of the tank, man, quote, unquote, the tank man, one of the protestors who stood in front of by himself in front of one of the P L as the People's Liberation Army. What an ironic name for a communist, the People's Liberation Army sitting in front of PLA tank with to carry a bags in his hands in defiance of that dictatorship. But it wasn't enough force was unleashed. And we don't even know the exact number of people who are massacred on TNN square. It may be hundreds some estimate. It could be thousands. We don't know, we don't even know who the tank man is nobody in the last that he is identified who the tank, man walls or whether he still is alive. And if you go to China and on a search engine trying to search for tenement square massacre. You will find nothing. I mean literally nothing why. Because it is George Orwell's world, thanks to American companies like Google. There is utter informational control. There is no tenement square massacre on the Chinese Internet. You won't find it. It has been sense. It has been raised from history. And if you try and search too often. You will get what my parents in Hungary called the two A M knock on the door. What does that mean? It means that dreaded moment when you are safe in your home in your -partment and the secret. Police come for you that China today, and we have people who are helping facilitate, and maintain that regime. We have people don't understand that. A tariff war with China is the least of our concerns with this nation. We have Americans here in our country, who wish to see socialism, flourish on.
"thales" Discussed on Tilted: A Lean In Podcast
"One of the most obvious ways your valued is in cold hard cash, which let's be honest, making money is pretty great. And what what's that line that Cardi says all right? Thales bid some sun. I like both. The ones that look like stats. I like born took it pool up robot. Solemn vow. So today, we're talking about the value of money having it getting it spending it saving it. We're going to hear from three women who learned about the value of a dollar in very different ways, author Roxane gay the venture capitalists Shizue head and our first guest, the comedian miss, Pat. The funny thing about money is how we value. It changes all the time. Right. Like, what does it even mean to have enough money? Let's talk about money. I got money to spend in here. So your family's rich. We're comfortable that is exactly what a super rich person would say. The only reason people are nice to me is because I have more money than God. Grateful pay the bills. We'd I'll be Bill Gates. So what do you want money every cent when a man gives you money, you give him control. It's just money, man woman. Who cares? It's fluid someone needs. It you give you need it tank. It I would feel better about giving me the money. If you went to a therapist you buy your two year old daughter eighty dollars shoes from France. And just giving me a hard time..
"thales" Discussed on Christ is the Cure
"Titus two thirteen says waiting for our blessed. Hope the appearing of the glory of our great God and savior Jesus Christ. Now, usually Greek grammars often reference your two point that Jesus is being referenced as both God and savior. By the contacts can indicate this as well policy speaking on Saint affiliation here prior. And then he moves on to return to the hearing of Jesus here. Peter and second Peter one one St. something similar by the righteousness of God and savior Jesus Christ. These are insists were Thales or God is directly used of Christ. But let's talk about the prominence harm us for Christ in jasmine, which is lowered. So most people are familiar with the fact that Jesus called Lord, and the Greek is curious the term can be used for sir or master just as well in the Greek Old Testament. It was used for the divine name, y'all way. Now, Wayne grew them notes that it was translated into Greek Old Testament as low roughly seven thousand times, this would be well known in Jesus's day in that they used the Greek Old Testament, which if you didn't know is why the Old Testament citations, the New Testament are sometimes translate differently since we recently talked about the incarnation. It has procreate to note that the angels who spoke to the shepherds of Bethlehem for to you is born this day in the city of David a savior who is Christ the Lord now, those who would have heard this would have made that connection that the messiah was coming and that he was called Lord and Luke one forty three we see the similar situation when Lisbeth states why is this granted to me that the mother of my Lord succumb for me. Lord contractually. Would it be understood as the ultimate use? Given that Christ was born yet, John the Baptist is probably my favorite ones and referencing to Jesus and quoting Isaiah forty three states prepare the way of the Lord make his paths straight in Matthew three when the quote of Isaiah forty three is a voice cries in the wilderness. Prepare the way of the Lord y'all way here make straight in the desert a highway for our God, not only is Lord here used for Jesus when it's y'all way in the original quotation, but the quotation for Isaiah indicates that the path is being cleared for quote our God. We discussed and an older episode of all the I am statements and how they all referred to the DVD in some shape or form. But the most notable is a personal favorite of mine, which is John eight fifty eight where Jesus states that he listed prior Abraham mistakes. I am which parallels. The word of God in exodus three fourteen. I am who I am. In fact, a number of times Jews, try to stone Jesus for blasphemy if you just trace those moments throughout scripture, you can see that. They understood exactly what he was saying claiming to be equal to God. And that should be noted which can be seen in this context. In verse fifty nine revelation is also one of my favorites. If you don't know that by now because I reference it for the Joe was witnesses revelation twenty to thirteen Jesus states. He is the alpha and omega while God the father in revelation one eighteen seats, I am the iphone a mega this actually goes further. If there is any doubt alpha and omega being the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet make the point God is the first and the last which is also. Blatantly expressed in Isaiah forty four six and forty eight six the former I this is what y'all way says Israel's king redeemer the Lord almighty. I am the first in. I in the last part for me. There is no other gun the ladder. Listen to me. Jacob israel. I have called IM. He I am the first and I am the last..