35 Burst results for "The Journal"

SCOTUS Rules the EPA Can No Longer Dictate Environmental Policy

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | 6 d ago

SCOTUS Rules the EPA Can No Longer Dictate Environmental Policy

"News is that the Supreme Court has ruled 6 to three. That the EPA has overstepped its authority. The Supreme Court limits the power of the EPA environmental protection association or agency, sorry, and other regulatory agencies. High court says agency overstepped its authority and restricting greenhouse gas emissions in a ruling with ramifications for other regulators. From The Wall Street Journal. The Supreme Court on Thursday that's today curtailed the Environmental Protection Agency's powers to restrict greenhouse gas emissions from power plants in a decision that could limit the authority of government agencies to address major policy questions without congressional approval. The Supreme Court doesn't believe that the government can do whatever it wants without the will of the people as expressed through Congress. That is a radical idea to the left, the left and if you don't understand this, then you don't understand the great battle of the last 100 years.

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Fed Chief Jerome Powell Sounds Out of Touch With Reality

The Trish Regan Show

01:53 min | 6 d ago

Fed Chief Jerome Powell Sounds Out of Touch With Reality

"Anyway, I want to get to what some of our leaders, economic leaders are saying about our economy right now because news today that the things are even worse than we thought for the first quarter. But you wouldn't believe it by listening to the tone of Jerome Powell. So the U.S. economy is actually in pretty strong shape. So if you look back a year, the U.S. economy grew more than 5 and a half percent. It was really the big reopening here. And so we had expected this year to be that growth would moderate to a more sustainable path. We also, of course, are raising interest rates in the aim of that is to slow growth down so that supply will have a chance to catch up. We hope that growth can still remain positive. But so if you look at the strength of the economy, households are in very strong financial shape, they've still got a lot of excess savings from forced saving from. Really? Jerome Powell thinks we're in pretty strong good shape. I mean, I would just point out that the loose GDP figure came in down 1.6% worse than people thought it was in the first quarter. We'll see where the second quarter winds up. You know, they revise and they revise and they revise and by the time all the revisions are done, I do believe that you may see two quarters of negative growth. And a lot of this, we can actually pin right back on Jerome Powell because in my estimation, the Federal Reserve was printing way too much money for way too long and brought a lot of this on themselves. In fact, the economists found blinder had a good piece in today's Wall Street Journal about those of course he was defending the Biden administration saying, not their fault, not their fault. I actually do believe it is in part their fault, plenty of blame to go around here, but he made the point that the fed just was too late. You know, too little too late. This is always the story with the Federal Reserve.

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Washington Examiner Publishes Anti-Trump Editorial

The Dan Bongino Show

00:45 sec | Last week

Washington Examiner Publishes Anti-Trump Editorial

"And a hearing where she's not allowed to be cross examined and you immediately along with other journals I go oh this is transformative The Washington examiner had a total meltdown thing Trump isn't this grace No one put their name on it by the way That was a job as a J Caruso special if I've ever seen it by the way Women is crew of it A 100% That's a good outlet They've got good people A user story There's a small group of losers at work over there destroy the whole page I may buy that paper one day I'm serious I may buy that paper one day I'm not even kidding At just fire all the anti Trump lunatics and turn it into an actual newspaper again Like we're not for sale Well we'll see They told Elon I may buy that one day I'm thinking about that My wife's like please no more but enough

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Sanctions are Tough... Especially in Commodity Markets

The Trish Regan Show

01:59 min | Last week

Sanctions are Tough... Especially in Commodity Markets

"Share with you a story that just crossed on The Wall Street Journal, but I just want to share with you the headline that The Wall Street Journal is publishing. And that is oil tanker is stopped by U.S. in transit from Russian port to New Orleans. Apparently a commodity trading firm based out of Switzerland was trading this energy and U.S. authorities now are concerned because it was coming straight into Louisiana. The tanker is owned by a group Greek shipping company, apparently. And it was chartered by a commodity trading firm out of Switzerland. I just want to point out, again, sanctions are tough, right? Especially in commodity markets. Especially in commodity markets, because it's all the same stuff. It's just where you're getting it. Great thing to help illustrate this that we saw just last week. And I talked about this on Friday show. And that was the three tons of gold that had made its way into Swiss refineries from Russia. And it's like, wait a second. Don't we have a deal here? And by the way, Switzerland has always of course been quite legendary for being agnostic when it comes to any political or international foreign affairs type situations because they are just, you know, look, we're just here to transact. And so they've always had that reputation, but what was interesting was because of Ukraine, they came out and said that they were going to honor the sanctions as well. And then we got the news of the gold the other day. And now you look at this and you say, well, wait a second. What's going on? I mean, in this case, it's actually going from Russia to Louisiana. I've told you before. I mean, the biggest problem here and you've seen it throughout history and it's still happening today is that when you've got a commodity that is traded on worldwide exchanges, it becomes hard to trace at some point.

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What Is the Establishment?

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

What Is the Establishment?

"Many years ago as I've been doing this for many years now I began to take on what I call the Republican establishment I can remember peace written by an old friend rich Lowry Even asking the question what is the establishment What is meant by that And nobody else really in the talk radio world was doing that They would have these Republican establishment types on their programs and so forth and so on But I went to war with them behind the microphone of course And denounced them And I was an activist In the Tea Party movement I had written liberty and tyranny And the Tea Party delivered the house to the Republicans and almost delivered the Senate And Mitch McConnell was the Republican leader then too and he trashed The Tea Party said they would have won more seats but for these Tea Party extremists who were nominated He had the backing of national review the backing The Wall Street Journal editorial page either backing of Mitch McConnell And a guy by the name he may have heard of him John Boehner The Tea Party Elected enough Republicans where he became Speaker of the House and he immediately turned on the Tea Party Immediately as the guys like king zinger when they got elected from

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UnderSTANDING POLICING REQUIRES LISTENING to the POLICE

The Officer Tatum Show

01:20 min | 2 weeks ago

UnderSTANDING POLICING REQUIRES LISTENING to the POLICE

"I know what it's like to be faced with life and death. Meaning that you go into a situation and you're saying I am I could die, this could be the end and I'm saying this not to compare your emotions but to say there's something to this policing that if you never done it, you don't understand it. It's easy to say they should have just ran in there and did whatever. I don't know what they were experiencing on the scene. I'm trying to believe that they were acting in good faith and just messed up. Unless we know the truth, we can't say anything different unless you're completely biased against police, which a lot of people have come out and being completely biased. I will never tell you or talk to you and argue with you about bloodborne pathogens. I'm not going to talk to you about virology. I have never spent a second learning about viruses. I can read educated journal about somebody else's perspective, but I've never in my life did any test in the lab. I never done any of that. I'm not going to talk to you about brain surgery. I'm not going to talk to you about heart surgery. I can give an opinion based on the information I get from another person, but no way in the world, and this is another scenario with a plane crash, and you hear Brandon Tatum say, they should have flew the plane like this. I have no experience in aviation.

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Parents Are at War With Society

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Parents Are at War With Society

"What is the latest theory that is out today? Oh yes. They have been told so often that being white is to be scumming that they want to stop being who they are. It's an interesting theory in the great journal called the city journal. I haven't read it yet. I only just came out. But that's what kids are taught. It is impossible to overstate the error parents and making by letting their kids attend a regular school. In most cases. I feel bad. I have warned about this all of my adult life. Parents are at war with society.

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Exposing a Multi-Million Dollar Democrat Scheme With Heidi Ganahl

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Exposing a Multi-Million Dollar Democrat Scheme With Heidi Ganahl

"Kunal, who is running for governor of Colorado, Heidi, welcome to the program. Hey, Charlie is so good to see you. Thanks for having me on. So I want to talk to you about a couple things about your race, but first I want to try to nationalize this for our audience. You're mentioned in this article in The Wall Street Journal. Why Democrats are funding the GOP fringe about how some of your opponents are actually getting benefit from Democrat super PACS. This is something that is now happening in more and more primary races across the country where Democrats are inserting themselves into our primaries. Tell us about this and tell about how it applies to your race. Yeah, it's been crazy the last few weeks. We've found out that the Democrats are putting about $3 million into our race for governor, our primary race. So they're trying to pick their opponents. And they certainly don't want to run against me. That's very evident as the polling looks great for me going up against one of the wealthiest guys in Colorado who's destroying our state here. And I am a fighter, as you said, I am ready to take it to the map Jared polis and win back our beautiful state, but he wants to keep me from even getting through the primary by dumping millions of dollars into the Democrat governors association and another organization progress now that he helped found a few years ago.

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Only the Foolish Follow Their Hearts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Only the Foolish Follow Their Hearts

"The Angela Merkel piece in The Wall Street Journal? You know one of my mottos in life that helps me understand life, my Friends. One of them is Germany is always wrong. And I say that with deep affection, not only for individual Germans in my life. At a German young man, live at my home for half a year. I just fell in love with. Wonderful special young man. But Germany as a country is based basically always wrong. And fitting into that motto is The Wall Street Journal editorial. Rarely has a foreign policy legacy been discredited as rapidly and thoroughly, as former German Chancellor Angela Merkel's. Remember I said she was a foolish woman, a long time ago, when she led the way in Europe to having a million people from North Africa come in. From the Middle East, actually, Middle East and North Africa. And my heart goes out to a lot of those people. It is always gone out to these people. But you can't be guided by your heart alone, then you then you become definitionally a fool. You have

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Recession Likely for U.S. In 2023

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

Recession Likely for U.S. In 2023

"The other big news of the weekend, from the Financial Times, U.S. set for recession next year, economists predict 70% of economists, leading academic economists pulled by the Financial Times. Joe Biden's inflation is going to be followed by Joe Biden's recession. Wall Street Journal reports that sizzling prices complicate the fed's inflation fighting strategy. We had an 8.6 year over year inflation rate. On Friday 8.6%, it's the highest of my adult life. And I consider my adult life since 19 78. When I graduated from college, up until that time, I'm on, if you're on your parents payroll, I mean, don't count summer jobs. If you're in college and they're paying the freight, and you're not on your own, you're on your own when you're on your own. And you know when that is. Sometimes it's 16, sometimes it's 25, and some of you out there are 40 and you're not on your own and that might be for a very good reason. You might have a disability. But in my adult life, which began at 22 when good to see you, you can keep the Dodge dart, have a good life. And I mean my parents love me, but that was it. You got a law school. You pay for it, buddy. And I did. And if you can have that 1974 Dodge dart sport, I don't know if I can get over the rockies. It did, barely. And it was a heck of a car with a racing stripe and everything. But that was my graduation present off I went to California and made my life. And so that's the deal. Highest of my adult life.

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WSJ: The Uncredible Jan. 6 Committee

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

WSJ: The Uncredible Jan. 6 Committee

"It was every bit as bad as we thought it would be. The great Kim strassel has a piece over at The Wall Street Journal, called the uncredible January 6th committee. Pretty reasonable question that she asks can Americans trust the findings of a committee whose members began with a preconceived narrative and blackballed any dissenting voices. Pelosi's unprecedented decision to veto minority leader Kevin McCarthy's picks last July in favor of her own handpicked Republican members blew the committee's credibility before it even started. And consider who Pelosi picked. Adam Schiff, the face of the Trump Russia collusion hoax, and secret Ukrainian impeachment proceedings. She says, Maryland's Jamie Raskin knows a little something about objecting to the counting of electoral votes back in January of 2017, he objected to Donald Trump's Florida victory. Pelosi had more than 200 Democrat members to choose from, yet her picks allowed this country to dismiss this biased committee immediately. Didn't have to be this way, she said, each of the decisions that Pelosi and the Democrats made was deliberate, and each was an obvious exercise in self sabotage. Most Americans would like to know more about the events of that horrible, January day. To have a serious national debate and to ensure it never happens again, but this committee is not a credible

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Christine Lagarde Signals End of Eurozone's Negative Rates Era

The Trish Regan Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Christine Lagarde Signals End of Eurozone's Negative Rates Era

"Think that we've got a problem and it's happening again all over the world. The ECB just came out finally. Christine Lagarde and said, we're going to raise rates. They're following in the footsteps of the Federal Reserve. Of course, they're negative rates right now. So they get a ways to go. They're going to raise by 25 basis points. We've been raising by 50 basis points. The other thing is they're not unwinding their balance sheet. We're looking to unwind our gigantic balance sheet at the fed. And so that's a little bit of a difference and so consequently, I think you're going to still see the Ural of suffering some weakness compared to the dollar, which how is that relevant? Perhaps if you're doing a currency trade and you're buying blue chip, European companies, maybe you're able to get them in a little bit of a discount because the dollar is so much stronger than a historically, at least over the last, however many years has been. Quick story. I got married many years ago in 2001. So quite a few years ago, in Italy, we celebrated our honeymoon over there, and I remember the Euro, which was just coming out right at that time. The Euro was trading at a 15% discount to the dollar. So it was great. Like everything was on sale. You know, you'd look at a price and it was 15% off and those days were short lived. As I look at The Wall Street Journal dollar index, you see that, well today anyway, the dollar is training higher, 95.85. Again, this Wall Street Journal dollar index, but you know what's amazing. You think about the Euro right now and Europe's on sale because you're looking at basically a buck 6. Per Euro. So if you look at the Euro over the last year, it's really been challenged. And even with Christine Lagarde coming out and saying, okay, we're prepared. We're going to raise interest rates. At some point in negative territory, it's not enough to convince the market that Europe is going to get out of its inflation trouble. I

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Joe Biden: 'We Have the Fastest Growing Economy in the World'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Joe Biden: 'We Have the Fastest Growing Economy in the World'

"12 Here is Joe Biden on the Jim O Kimmel show Kimmel on the Jimmy Kimmel show last night saying how we have the fastest growing economy in the world He really needs better advisers whispered in his ear here check this out Look here we are We have the fastest growing economy in the world The world the world Now that's not a mistake He said the world three times I had a joke Now after that I guess Biden's staff knowing he had screwed up Because as The Wall Street Journal notes U.S. GDP falls 1.4% as economy shrinks for the first time since early in the pandemic The economy is shrinking It's not only not growing it's actually shrinking So I don't know what he's talking about So the Biden team was like how do we take the edge off this This was obviously another Biden ism And someone backstage said I'll bet if we put this thing to a beat we can make kind of a rap song out of it So I'm hearing rumors this may be available on Spotify and iTunes later It's the new Biden song called yes we're lying but we have the fastest growing economy in the world It's going to be a hit You should go on AGT with this check this out Boom Here we are We have the fastest growing economy in the world The world the world the world the world The world the world the world Yeah baby The world Yeah Yeah that's tight That's tight I could hear Simon Oh let me tell you something so that's a wonderful such a gifted way to get your voice out there And then you got Heidi That was great man We love that You're so talented Then you got Sofia and how we don't want to shake anybody's hand Of course how he's got back the germ before

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World Bank Delivers Grim News on Inflation

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:44 sec | Last month

World Bank Delivers Grim News on Inflation

"Janet Yellen and World Bank expect elevated inflation to persist. Global growth expected to slow as prices rise increasing risk of stagflation, bank president said treasury secretary Janet Yellen, mister Wall Street Journal, warned that the U.S. is likely to face a prolonged period of elevated inflation. Thank you, Joe Biden. Thank you, Democrats for passing $4 trillion in spending that we did not need last year. Fuel on the Barbie and you got what you wanted. New York Times headlines, slightly different. Yellen defends pandemic spending as inflation persists. Of course, you're going to defend it. But she said I was wrong about inflation, but she can't really say Joe Biden's a bumbling clown and we're in trouble.

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Biden Expected to Make a Decision on Forgiving Student-Loan Debt Soon

The Trish Regan Show

01:29 min | Last month

Biden Expected to Make a Decision on Forgiving Student-Loan Debt Soon

"Anyway, I want to go to this Wall Street Journal headline that they are billing as an exclusive. We've certainly heard a lot of rumblings about Joe Biden making this decision as we get closer to the elections this fall. In this case, the headline is, Biden's student debt decision expected later this summer. Apparently, he's been kind of punting, right? Because he's getting kind of nervous because he's trying to weigh the political consequences. It would be nice if he weighed the economic ones as well. I'm going to get into that. But the political consequences could be actually perhaps unintended, right? I mean, he thinks he's doing a good thing. He's mobilizing the base. He's getting younger people like AOC's crowd and the Bernie Bros, jazzed because they may get forgiven some of their student loans, but but what about everybody else out there, right? What about everybody else? It did things, the right way, the hard way, and maybe worked a few jobs to send their kids to school script and saved everything they could over the years to send their kids to school, and then they actually get nothing here. In fact, if anything, they're on the hook for all those people that kind of you could say sort of abuse the system, right? Not that the system didn't abuse them as well. I'm going to get into that because college costs are way out of control and basically that's been self inflicted from frankly. Government policy that was intended to do one thing and wound up doing

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President Biden Travels to Saudi Arabia

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:46 sec | Last month

President Biden Travels to Saudi Arabia

"Other our headlines. President Biden is traveling to Saudi Arabia to get big hugs The Crown prince if this was Donald Trump, there would be condemnation following condemnation going back to the murder of the journalist, but it's accepted as a necessity because The Wall Street Journal. Saudi oil boost Yemen tru since stayed for Biden visit to kingdom. We need their 648,000 barrel a day increase in oil because we can't do it ourselves because President Biden shut down the capacity to do so. OPEC agrees to accelerate oil production. And Saudi Arabia's agreement is a crucial part of that to offset the embargo on Russia, which continues its war crimes and its illegal invasion of Ukraine. President

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WSJ: Baby Formula Shortage Worsens, Hitting Low-Income Families Hard

Mark Levin

01:49 min | Last month

WSJ: Baby Formula Shortage Worsens, Hitting Low-Income Families Hard

"And so all the talk about Our children and look look what's failed Now the non Harry Truman were the buck never stops at his desk Blames everything on everybody else But here's The Wall Street Journal Baby formula shortage worsens hitting low income families hardest So we're going to Brown out some blackouts shortages of electricity We're going to have shortages of gasoline and oil We're going to have food shortages generally It's coming they tell us And now new data suggests that U.S. baby formula shortage is deepening Particularly hitting states in the south and the southwest Well who cares about that right Northeastern liberals right California liberals who cares about that Nationally 23% of powdered baby formula was out of stock one quarter in the week ended May 22 compared with 21% during the previous week according to the latest figures from market research firm IRI The week first week of January and before the recall of formula produced by Abbott labs 11% of powdered baby firmly was out of stock because of pandemic related supply chain shortages and inflation How many of you have before before this time lived through a supply chain shortage None of us How in the hell can you still blame the virus for this or Putin You can't

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 Company to Las Vegas chapels: No more Elvis-themed weddings

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Company to Las Vegas chapels: No more Elvis-themed weddings

"From chapels of love to heartbreak hotels that may be the fate of some Las Vegas businesses because of a licensing issue Heartbreak hotel runs Elvis has indeed left the building at least at the edifice in question is one of those chapels in Las Vegas that do weddings featuring the likeness of the late rockstar the licensing company that controls Elvis Presley's name and image has declared it a sin for any sin city operator to use elves in its ceremonies The Vegas review journal reports authentic brands group sent cease and desist letters to multiple chapels and they are expected to comply as you might expect those who until now anyway were in the Elvis

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"the journal" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"the journal" Discussed on The Journal.

"There's a fight brewing. In the crypto currency world over a digital coin worth about thirty billion dollars does coin on one side. There's an upstart newcomer. My name is angel said to you. I describe myself as an investor. Preneurs of crypt crypto investor meeting both an investor and entrepreneur. In one on the other side are some of the original players who developed the currency. My name is yes we just. I've been on and off with the doj project since relatively close to the start. What they're fighting over is the doj coin trademark both angel and jens each say they are the rightful steward of the currency that was created eight years ago as a joke. The winner of the fight gets the rights to one of cryptos most adored brands. Okay so there are two groups. They're fighting over a joke. Currency and this fight is taking place in the halls of trademark. Office's yeah in the us patent and trademark office. Which i guess. If you're thinking of dramatic legal battle was is probably not the place you picture especially for cryptocurrency doj coin in like the other kind of jokey cryptos that billy did form in the beginning of the cryptocurrency boom. They're kind of having this coming of age moment. Where it saying we may still have our jokey routes but we now need to act like an actual organization. Welcome to the journal. Our show about money business and power. I'm caitlyn baen is monday. September twenty.

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"the journal" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"the journal" Discussed on The Journal.

"That's offered today. Thursday september sixteenth. The journal is a co production of gimblett and the wall street journal special. Thanks to ruth. Simon for her help on this episode. And don't forget on saturday. We're dropping two more episodes in the facebook files part three. It wasn't just one small piece of an operation that would be say like you know. Trying to recruit people kind of the entire ecosystem of a human trafficking ring could exist on facebook and part four so people inside. Facebook started to notice that this was effectively highlighting the very worst kind of content stuff that was divisive really negative and just kind of represented the worst parts of humanity. Thanks for listening. See you tomorrow. We thought the us had turned a corner on kobe. And then the delta variant arrived bringing with it some bad news those who are fully vaccinated or testing positive and science versus. We're asking are the vaccines a total duds against delta. And how scary is this variant. This viruses not a super virus in the sense that it's so much more stable it can live on countertops. It hangs in the air longer. Like none of that to find out what's really up with delta listen to science versus free on spotify that science yes..

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The Journal.

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"the journal" Discussed on The Journal.

"Even if it happened over ten years ago it was important to report it. What happened when she reported it. That's after the break. The journal is our daily deep dive into the biggest stories in money. Business empower for a wider. Look at today's news the wall street journal's got you covered our. What's news podcast. It's concise comprehensive with context and analysis twice a day on the go. It's the news that shapes your world so you can take on the world subscribed to what's news from the wall street journal wherever you get your podcasts..

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03:49 min | 11 months ago

"the journal" Discussed on The Journal.

"That's after the break. The journal is daily deep dive into the biggest stories in money. Business empower for a wider. Look today's news the wall street journal's got you covered our. What's news podcast. It's concise comprehensive with context and analysis twice a day on the go. It's the news that shapes your world so you can take on the world subscribe to what's news from the wall street journal. Wherever you get your podcasts..

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The Journal.

03:32 min | 11 months ago

"the journal" Discussed on The Journal.

"Message. I'm giving people right now. Since i've been the suit dollars for thirteen years. I think i have some street cred with and so i tell them i'll tell you when it's time to panic right. Now's not the time to pack. So that's my message. To a spokeswoman for governor abbott said the state is strongly encouraging all texans to get the vaccine because it's the best defense against cove it she added. Vaccines will quote always remain voluntary and never forced in texas but beyond vaccines. Michael is facing other challenges. Like how to pay the one hundred million dollar cost of remote schooling without state funding. That's after the break..

"the journal" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"the journal" Discussed on The Journal.

"In june after months of decline new cova cases in the us hit their lowest numbers since the beginning of the pandemic covert restrictions were lifting and it was finally starting to feel like things. Were getting back to normal countdown. Party to midnight in west hollywood to setting fire to face masks in huntington beach. This is how some so cal residents mark. The state's first day of being fully reopened. Remember june fifteen. Remember today because it is the day that new york rose again. But that feeling didn't last long the rate of daily vaccinations slowed and not enough people got vaccinated in order to fully temp down the virus. Now a more contagious and potentially more dangerous variant has pushed the country back into yet. Another kovic surge tonight new misery in the metrics as the numbers trend in the wrong direction so today i am temporarily reinstating. The louisiana state wide mass mandate for all people both vaccinated and unvaccinated requirements. Now back in effect indoors for most of the bay area at the national level trying to get the country back on track is dr anthony vouch. -i the chief medical advisor to the president in an exclusive interview. He told us how he went from. Almost there to no end in sight now along comes the delta variant and something changes.

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"the journal" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

05:34 min | 1 year ago

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"The lawsuit also pointed out that certain disney executives had bonuses tied to the performance of disney plus and that that might be part of the reason why black widow was also released on streaming. It is true that in disney chairman bob eiger and disney ceo bob japex contracts. Their bonuses are in part based on the successive of disney. Plus you might expect in any. Ceo contract that they're going to get bonuses based on the performance of key assets. So that's not really all that surprising to me putting this in the suit the way scott. Joe hanson's team did though. Certainly they were trying to suggest that these two had their own personal motivations to put this movie on the streaming services. Well because it would help it perform and then hence allow them to have potentially bigger bonuses in response to the lawsuit disney put out a statement besides saying that the suit has no merit whatsoever disney said and i'm this a direct quote. The lawsuit is especially sad and distressing in its callous disregard for the horrific and prolonged global effects of the cove in nineteen pandemic and disney went on to say that they've fully complied with her contract. And furthermore the release of black widow and disney plus has significantly enhanced her ability to earn compensation on top of the twenty million. She has received to date. That's pretty strongly-worded. Yes i call it. A scorched earth statement even in a bitter legal fight. Usually the corporation being sued tries to strike a tone of neutrality or piece in its statement. A statement i might have been expecting would've been scarlett. Johansson is a valued member of the marvel. Universe we're very distressed by this lawsuit. We feel we have been fair in our negotiations with her but we look forward to resolving this amicably. Yada yada yada. What signal do you think. Disney was trying to send with the statement. Disney has a reputation as a tough company. They are fierce negotiators. They are very experienced. There's a lot of very knowledgeable people in there. And i think they were no doubt you know maybe trying to send a message to other talent as well then. They're not going to pay the kind of money. That warner brothers did earlier to renegotiate. These contracts right that they're not going to be pushovers. And they're not going to respond well to threats or litigation. How has joe hansen responded to disney's strong statement. She herself has not responded. But her agent brian lord who is a co chairman of creative artists agency. Which is of course. The biggest talent agency in town. He went after disney. He said that they have shamelessly. And falsely accused johannesson of being insensitive to the global cova pandemic in an attempt to make appear to be someone. They and i know she isn't you basically said the company included her salary in their press statement in an attempt to weaponize her success as an artist and businesswoman. As if that was something she should be ashamed of. Do you think that we are likely to more lawsuits like this. I do think we will see more. I don't know if we're going to see like one every day. But i think is just goes on. We will see more of these suits making all these changes especially in this rushed fashion. That we're seeing is what's got talent concerned that there needs won't be met that they will get squeezed in the desire of all these big media companies to control their own destiny and out net flicks net flicks. So i think it's going to be a very interesting and challenging next few years in the relationships between the creative community and the gatekeepers and know ultimately will. We'll see what happens. They both need each other even as much as i don't want to admit it. They both need each other to make the content that keeps people buying it and generating profits and allowing them to make more. That's offered today august fourth. The journal is a co production of gimblett and the wall street journal additional reporting in this episode by eric shorts. Thanks for listening. See you tomorrow technology. It's in

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01:56 min | 1 year ago

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"Everyone. Walmart's mandate for instance only applies to corporate staff and managers not store or warehouse workers and while a lot of companies are adopting vaccine mandates. There are still a lot of hold outs. There are range sort of big employers like ge and others that have said they are not going to require vaccines and interestingly the partnership for new york city which is a nonprofit that represents business leaders in new york. It has members. I j. p. morgan chase in others have said that they do not think this is the role of business that you know. That organization is advocating for a national federal vaccine mandate. They feel the government is sort of putting a burden on employers to require vaccines and they don't feel comfortable at that. Another reason employers might think twice is because they don't want to alienate employees. This is a tight talent. Labor market right now companies. Don't want to do anything. That's going to make workers upset. That might cause them to quit and join a competitor. And so i think many executives have sort of not wanted to do this many executives say that these decisions have been really hard showed. We require vaccines. Should we reopen offices to unvaccinated workers plus vaccinated workers. Should we put them all in the same section together. These are the questions that executives are sort of having to think about. And they're really tough. And i think that's why many executive has started taking their time on this because they feel like there are going to be real consequences if they get these decisions raw. That's all for today. Tuesday august third. The journal is a co production of gimblett and the wall street journal. If you like the show follow us on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts route. Every weekday afternoon. Thanks for listening. See you tomorrow..

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

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"And flexible payments american express. Business cards are built for business. Terms apply learn more at american express dot com slash business cards when vaccines were first approved. Last year most corporate executives hope that they wouldn't have to require employees to get the shot. They hope people would just do it on their own. This winter this spring as most americans are getting access to shots most hr executives say that they really felt that it was their duty to provide information that they wanted to do all they could to encourage the shots. That's are calling chip cutter who covers the workplace. But most of them said that they would never consider putting mandates in place. They just felt that that was a step too far for private companies. And it didn't feel it was their wall. They built that. There were a range of different views in the workplace about the vaccines and so they didn't want sort of have a top down approach but they must have really wanted all of their employees to get vaccinated because that would obviously make an easier for business to just return to normal they did. I mean many said that they would like to do this but they felt that it wasn't feasible and i think about united. Ceo scott kirby saying that he'd like to be able to put a mandate in place for the company's employees. He said this in january but he said it would take a lot of companies to do it for it to be feasible. And i think that's what many felt here. They did not want to sort of be out on. That didn't want to be the only ones in their industry doing this. For months then executive stood up a town hall meetings and shared selfish to them. Getting the shots they talked about. Why would it be important for employees to get vaccinated. They dangled cash and time off and all sorts of sort of creative ways to try to convince their employees to get back needed and some companies for example held onsite vaccine clinics just brought people on site. They vaccinated all their employees at once and they felt that that was sort of the right way to do this. And so you just sort of range of approaches and as the vaccination rate plateaued in

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04:27 min | 1 year ago

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"A monopoly for themselves big high visibility cases like these are important but they aren't cons only priority and she's got a lot of other things that she wants to do. She wants to write rules. That aim to boost competition and target unfair business practices in sectors across the economy. Cons plans for the agency. Were the focus of this week's house hearing and lawmakers came with a laundry list of what they wanted the ftc to enforce everything from online fraud and ransomware to protections for veterans and older adults. Kahn had her own message for lawmakers congress. Please give us more money. And if you want us to do all these things well we're going to need more resources. But republicans voiced their displeasure over cons. Early steps. did they say indicate. She's consolidating power. Here's republican congresswoman cathy. Rogers continue to hear that. The ftc needs additional funding staff authorities but if decisions are being made behind the scenes unilaterally really makes it hard to justify such request despite some critique ryan says the con held her own in the hearing. I once had someone who had testified before congress. Tell me that really what you're trying to do is not lose when you're under pressure and i think she didn't make any errors or have any blow up moment you know it was a fairly even keeled. Hearing from her and to the extent she got pushback. It was really on this issue of how she's running the agency. What the agency's internal process and policies and procedures have been under her leadership and a lot of that is coming from republicans on the commission being frustrated that she's in their view cutting her out of the process. And you know. She responded to that by saying she was open to thinking about how to do things differently. And that seemed to satisfy lawmakers at least for now. Why does it matter if congress is happy with her or not look in terms of conducting her daily business. She's already got this job. Congress doesn't have any direct. Say about that on the other hand she does have things she needs from congress and if he wants to get those things she's gotta support from democrats in probably also from republicans at least on some of them because some of that legislation will have to be bipartisan. To get through. After the hearing con held a press conference. She stayed on message and didn't ruffle feathers but there was one notable thing. She had a book with her a book about a century. Old action by the ftc. She said it had a fairly boring title. Like federal trade commission report on meatpacking industry and basically as she described it. It was the commission's investigation into this industry and how it worked and how different companies might have had power over different segments of the supply chain and that sort of thing. She also noted kind of with the laugh that the ftc had tried to take action on that industry and that congress ended up thinking the agency had gone too far and limiting its jurisdiction with respect to that industry which i thought was kind of an interesting comment given that in a lot of people's view she may try to herself push the bounds of the ftc's legal authority. That's all for today. Friday july thirtieth the journal is a co production of gimblett and the wall street journal. Your hosts ryan knutson and me caitlyn mock shows produced by catherine brewer. Pia god cari any munaf. Laura morris athena suli ricky novitsky and riquet perez de la rosa sarah platt will ruben matthew sherman matthew schultz anti row strasser and john white. Our engineers are peter. Leonard griffin tanner and nathan singapore. Our theme music is by so widely additional music. This week from katherine anderson. Bobby lord emma munger so widely and blue that sessions fact checking nicole. Pacifica and emilia shown back. Thanks for listening. See a monday..

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02:11 min | 1 year ago

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"That's offered today friday july second and a quick note before we go off all next week for the july fourth holiday. We'll be back monday. July twelfth but the good news is this gives you a great opportunity to listen to something else. We made our five part series called to the moon. It's about game stop. And how a group of it traders took on wall street and saw their investments skyrocket. You can find it in our show feed or at gimblett dot media slash to the move. That's gimblett dot media slash to the mo. The journal is a co production of gimblett and the wall street journal. Your hosts kate. Linebaugh in mean ryan knutson shows produced by catherine brewer. P got cari. Martin kessler any munaf. Laura morris a fief newly ricky novitsky in week.' pres- dela rosa. Sarah platt will. Ruben matthew sherman. Any row strasser john white. Our engineers are griffin. Tanner nathan singapore and matthew bowl. Our theme music is by so wiley additional music this week from katherine anderson. Peter leonard bobby lord emma munger in blue dot sessions fact checking by nicole pacifica. Thanks for listening. See you next monday. July twelfth technology. It's in your pocket your car your business and the wall street. Journal's tech news briefing is tracking all of it from consumer tech to cybersecurity from the giants to the startups every weekday. We bring you the latest stories about the companies and advancements that are changing the way we live and work tech is remaking the world. We'll make sure your part of it. Subscribe to the wsj tech news briefing from the wall street journal wherever you get your podcasts..

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05:31 min | 1 year ago

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"This episode is brought to you by net suite by oracle schools out for the summer so enroll in net sweet the number one cloud financial system with visibility and control of your financial inventory. Hr commerce and more net suite has everything you need to grow in one place. So when you're ready to to a one of a kind financing program visit net sweet dot com slash journal get access to special financing today at net sweet dot com slash journal war over the last three weeks. One altri executive after another has been called to the stand and their testimony has revealed unflattering details about the company's many attempts to gain traction with e. cigarettes like with one product. It rolled out in two thousand eighteen called it was supposed to be 'altria's answer to jewel but altria bungled the launch in court altria chief operating officer. Jody begley described what happened. He got on the stand and ultras his own attorney asks him to describe in detail. This disastrous launch of an e cigarette that the company had pinned a lot of its hopes on and he had sort of walk through in detail. Had the whole thing imploded berry soon after it went on sale. Ultra started hearing from seven eleven. Which is the biggest convenience store chain in the us and also from mcclain which is a really big cigarette distributor that works with ultra and they were both super upset with ultra because the retailers were getting inundated with consumer complaints. This new e cigarette is it was leaking nicotine liquid on their hands and even their mouths you up to your largest of customers were were hearing the feedback directly from consumers there. Customer service representatives. They got frustrated. That consumed taking the frustration out on them when it was really our problem. Judy begley ultras chief. Operating officer said i viewed it as worse than any other product that i see weaken issues reported up. There was a real impediment. You heard that. What.

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

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05:29 min | 1 year ago

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02:39 min | 2 years ago

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"This episode of the Journal is brought to you by T, mobile for business, T., mobile and sprint are joining forces to power your business in more places than ever across the country visit t mobile for business. Come to learn more. Water. A global pandemic was always going to be bad for business. Some bankruptcies were probably inevitable, but our colleague. Matt Word says. Didn't have to be this bad. Do you think the economic crisis that we're in right now would be even slightly less severe had so many companies not loaded up on debt when times were good. Oh definitely definitely. There'd be fewer bankruptcies. There'd be less investor losses on balance. Companies would have been better able to withstand. What's happening right now? Because of corona because they would have still had room. Over the past decade Matt's watched as companies have piled on debt, think of it as like. It's like your credit card right corporate. America's credit card has gotten over the last eight years has gotten much closer to maxed out, and that means that when corona virus hit. They didn't have as much capacity to cover their costs as they would have if they hadn't Max out their credit cards. One of the most dramatic examples of this trend is the car rental company Hertz. When hurts was founded, it didn't have much just twelve Ford. Model TS hunch that people might WanNa rent them. This was nineteen eighteen in the idea of a rental car company was brand new. It is the company that launched the modern automotive rental industry in this country, and they also figured out that air travel was the way the future as air travel took off hurts setup rental locations at airports to cater to business travelers. Successful strategy you know in the sixties, seventies and eighties. They were the giant Avis actually had a ad campaign. That was something like we're number two because there was no question of number, one is It's It's hurt. The Nation as the superstar. Gasoline in combination of. Wow and they had this OJ simpson add nobody does it better than her. He's like the superstar player running through an airport because that was such a big part of their business, right? This was back when he played for the bills and the forty niners yeah. What it takes to. Stay..

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

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"Good afternoon everyone and thank you for joining us on Monday. US Attorney General. William Bar held a press conference to share the results of an investigation into a Saudi gunman's attack in Florida last month Mohammed Sayyed Al Sham. Ronnie on a entered a building on grounds of the Pensacola Naval Air Station and killed three. US sailors and severely wounded eight. Other Americans bar called the attack inactive terror but he also did something else the attorney general point a finger at the company he said stood in the way a of the FBI investigation apple. We have asked apple for their help. In unlocking the shooter's phones so far apple has not given any substantive assistance this shooters to iphones potentially some of the most valuable evidence the F. B. I. has remain locked we call on apple and other technology companies to help us find a solution so that we can better protect the lives of the American people and prevent future tax but there was something curious about bars announcement. The Attorney General was saying the government couldn't get into this terrace iphone but law on forcement has been able to get into iphones for years today on the show the standoff between the US government and Apple. Paul and why. The IPHONE is at the center of debates over privacy and national security. Welcome to the Journal. Our show Joe about money and power. I'm Ryan Knutson and I'm Caitlyn. Balk is Thursday January sixteenth..

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