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Why The Bachelor Has Fallen
"It was supposed to be the racial breakthrough season with the first black bachelor instead. The show's host. Chris harrison now facing backlash for racial insensitivity. Well the show known for finding love be able to conquer hate the juggernaut bachelor franchise under fire from an unlikely source. James on chris its own star. Matt james. The first black bachelor saying the franchise has fallen short on the issue of race. Ladies disappear get your trophy after. The show's host chris. Harrison seemed to defend racist behavior. We have to be so careful. Start labeling just as bad as is what that person did the matt james announcement a groundbreaking reveal twenty five seasons in the making the twenty nine year old commercial real estate executive a step forward for the show where season after season after season after season. Showcased white bachelors and mostly white potential paramore's. We spoke to match just before the season kicked off. Why do you think it took so long you know. I don't know. I can't speak on what's place before i got there but i was honored to be the first and hopefully the first of many january interview matt said he hopes to represent progress. I'm hoping that as years go on and there's another black bachelor there's an asian bachelor. There's a person of color bachelor. it's that person. Great bachelor but that progress suffered a setback. When these three year. Old photos of contestant rachel kirk canal at an old south antebellum themed college party. Complete with period costumes went viral. in antebellum. themed party is offensive. it's insensitive and it is a profoundly racist act. it is making a mockery out of one of the most painful horrific moments in human history. That is american slavery and chris harrison the longtime bachelor host came to her defense in an interview with rachel lindsay. Who in two thousand seventeen was the first ever black bachelorette. good rachel. is it a good luck in two thousand eighteen or is it not a good look in two thousand twenty one and never 'cause you're she's celebrating the old south she. If i went to that party what would i represent at that party. My guess these girls got dressed and went to a party and had a great time. They were eighteen years old now. Does that make it okay. I don't know rachel you tell me the fallout for harrison. Who liked the show. Itself has become an institution was swift resigned social media exploding outrage and defense. Former contestants also voicing their disappointment i think he for sure needs to do more than put out a statement. I am really really disappointed. Another bachelor alum even calling on harrison to step down. Let me speak direct. Should they individually move from the bachelor franchise. I think it's time for that chris. Harrison made it sound as though the was she was so young she was just in college. What do you make of that. Defense wasn't eons ago. This was a very it was thirty six months ago. Plenty of kids go to college in. Find a way not to be racist. Harrison later apologized writing on instagram by excusing historical racism. I defended it. I am ashamed. Over how uninformed i was i was so wrong. And he announced that he's stepping aside from the franchise for a period of time last night. Matt james releasing his own statement on instagram. Saying it has been devastating and heartbreaking. To put it bluntly chris's failure to receive and understand the emotional labor that my friend racial lindsay was taking on by graciously and patiently explaining the racist history of the antebellum. South was troubling and painful to watch. It was a clear reflection of a much larger issue that the bachelor franchise has fallen short on addressing adequately for years for kirk canal. She's gotten cozy with the bachelor throughout this season. James taking her shopping and on a horse drawn carriage ride making it through enough rose ceremonies to be among the final three. She's apologized for both the. Nfl and party photos and for liking voters with the confederate flag on instagram. She wrote. I'm here to say i was wrong. I didn't recognize offensive and racist. My actions were but that doesn't excuse them. I was ignorant but my was
Accelerate Revenue Growth with VIP Guest Darrell Amy
"So let's talk about. Because i said this out about you. Being that super expert at help businesses grow. So i wanted to warn dokie different angles. I wanted to ask what gets you excited. Have businesses grow. Yeah and get excited. When you walk into a business you can usually tell what kind of business you're walking into either your walking into business where there's growth which means people are excited. They're energetic you can just feel it inside a business whereas if you go inside businesses not growing you can feel that vibe as well and i get excited about going into businesses. That are growing. Because i know that what's going on. There is two things first of all they're creating meaningful jobs and right now you know especially right. Now we need to create more meaningful work in company grows able to create meaningful jobs. And the thing. I'm most passionate about is nonprofits. I serve on the board of of two different nonprofits and i've noticed people that moved the needle. The most our businesses business leaders that are generous. And so i know when. I'm going into a growing business that the fruit of that business is not just meaningful jobs. It's also the giving that happens back into the community and in all of that adds up to make the world a better place so when it comes to growing revenue i get really excited about helping companies grow because the impact. Those organizations are able to have on the world and write ray girl what you shared. Is your excitement conferencing the impact. And i think that was great wisdom immediately at the beginning itself. Show it's not the revenue generated for the brands. You work with would how the trickles to other nonprofits and other areas in brexit community and the dubs. I really think to do it is it is and you know if you look at at where we are right now. Who's going to move. You know in so many ways. We're facing unprecedented challenges in our world and our countries who is going to solve their problems. What's going to solve those problems. It's businesses driving forward in helping nonprofits come along Behind them and all of that we're going to create a better world back. Gets me excited. Nunca a bitter and now before we go to the beker. The i want to come to nonprofits few cents. I wanted to go to the revenue growth. The core promise of your book. I just want to understand. What the real uniqueness what you've done to help. Businesses accelerate the revenue growth in this key areas that you held businesses focused to achieve this. So what things that you can share. The secrets for garros accelerated revenue growth. Well yeah thank you for asking either way and and i you know there are. There are several secrets. I wanna start with two today. That are are really really critical. When it comes to growing your company the first has to do with goal setting and when it comes to setting revenue growth goals were in a challenging time right now because a lot of conservative companies i found set goals based on what they've done historically may say well we've experienced this percentage of growth over the last three years so our goal next year is going to be that same number again ten percent whatever that number is however. That's real challenge. Right now is for businesses. Some businesses obviously have seen a sharp decline. So don't have a trend to work on their. That's very useful. Other businesses are exploding. They've had you know whole new areas of opportunity open in front of them in and so in either case. How do you set growth goals. What i found is the most powerful way to set realistic growth goals. I call them aggressive but realistic goals is to look to drivers of revenue growth. And if you oil it all down. I believe there are really only two ways to grow a company fundamentally you either get more net new clients or and or you grow your revenue per client and when both of those things happen at the same time arjun exciting things begin to unfold If you can accelerate your you can accelerate your growth if you can show reasonable growth in number of clients and simultaneously show reasonable growth in your revenue per client. When you add those two things up You see some really exciting results. I call it the law of exponential revenue growth for example a company that grows their number of clients by twelve percent. Simultaneously grows their revenue per client by twelve percent. They're actually able to double their revenue in just about thirty six months. Which now. I've got some things. I can really set some goals around. Not just setting the overall revenue goal setting the goal in terms of number of clients revenue per client. That's the first thing i would say is think about your revenue. Not just in terms that bottom line numb our top line number but in terms of what are the two factors that drive it. And how can we get more clients in selma current clients. And this is you make it so simple to me. Back to my beginning of my career in the b. to seaworld i remember What listen i losses. Amazing human being. She started as an admin and then she grasped the business and she learned. Explain to me the way you are explaining restaurants fix restaurants to convey simple vase. He said your sales depends on. How many guys you open the cash register how much you put in every time. Not that smart arjun. You could make thousand dollars. Yes one time putting thousand in a thousand times putting one in or something in between and based on that your strategy can be there. So i really love the simplicity as you start going through so as you have come here i just have to ask this question as a friend to understand how daryl get here like was. He warned that smart or not. Get in this journey. Get here well. the. I don't know that was a a that that smarter that i was certainly born this smart but but i did I think like a lot of us Most of what i've learned was has been in the university of hard knocks along the way. And i spent I've had a unique perspectives in that. I've spent half my career in sales in half of my career in marketing For the first twelve years of my career. I was in b. two b. technology sales sales management And then ended up ultimately starting a sales training company in the space. When i started that sales training company the fun part of my story was my very first came to me and said hey darryl everything you taught. Her team is fantastic. However our website doesn't say anything about it do you build websites and of course being my first client. The answer was yes sir. We build websites at actually built several for nonprofits. But it put me now and this was seventeen years ago when this happened over the seventeen years of had the unique perspective of having one foot in the sales world doing sales training consulting with companies about sales even helping some fortune five hundred companies build sales. Training programs have been very involved in that mad at the same time. I've also been on. This journey in the digital marketing space. So that first website turned into managing digital marketing for companies across north america and australia search engine optimization social media management inbound marketing now account based marketing. And so all of it. You know what i noticed was number one. There wasn't a lot of alignment in companies between sales and marketing. In fact i think that's an understatement. He knows it's kind of like your car. When you're driving your car in its non-aligned one wheels pulling the left. The other wheels pulling to the right and the poor driver is just trying to get to work. down the freeway Not only is. They're not allowed of alignment really. There wasn't even a common language between the two sales You know has their focus Marketing has their focus and there are a lot of finger pointing back and forth and where the lights came on for me. Arjun was when i had realization. That was actually getting ready to speak at a conference And had a realization. As i looked out over that that room of marketing professionals sales leaders in business owners realize this isn't about sales. It isn't about marketing. Those are just means to an end. What's the end. The end is revenue growth. And so when we started. When i started looking at things that way everything on this journey that i'd been on in in the sales world in the marketing world started to come into focus and out of that is where the revenue growth engine model emerged.
How to Get Your ETH2 Yield
"Big news. This week was a theory of two point beacon chain launching which happened on tuesday december. First as exciting. This was it presents a little bit of a conundrum for people who want to participate. How would you describe that challenge. And how does what stake proposed to solve it. I guess the difficulty of the challenge is is that Ask somebody stakes the ether. They are unable to remove it for the next and we're not Undetermined amount of time. But let's say it's eighteen to thirty six months so you don't have any access to that but you are earning rewards as you're staking and so what we what we did at dharma capital in liquid stake is basically come up with a an offering that enables people to stake through what i would just call. World-class validating service providers and then we provide loans or a swap contract that enables them to then gain equity so they can continue to use that asset. You know let's say for You know defy projects or call it. Pay pay rent anything. It just basically means that they're able to have to be able to steak and then be able to have liquidity and so walk me through how it works from. The perspective of a customer hill comes to like what stake so we have to two different types of customers. The liquid stake would be an individual and they want to stake. They may or may not have chosen. A service provider in a service provider is a team. That's created the software so that you can actually validate blocks and so they would go and go into our website. Go through an am l. kyc process after they're approved then they would Either choose this. Validating provider We've we've partnered with bison trails consensus and how figment and so they would send the ether in. We would stake through that validating service provider and we would hold those keys. I'll explain why we do that. And and we would then go in stake though the ether on to go into to the deposit contract and onto the beginning train. And as those you know. So then it's dharma liquid stake basically holding those That ether And being responsible for all the validating of the blocks and then from there they would go to a dashboard. That would say here's how much your assets are worth and they would be able to then gain alone from that time thirty five percent and basically over time as the market moves still be either be a margin call or as the asset grows in value Let's say either from price or from additional cruel of rewards and they can take out. Additional moneys if they want
Fast Five With Flight School Association Chief Robert Rockmaker
"Could you describe some of the association's goals and and the outcomes? In the early years we're now eleven years old was really focused on building the core foundation of the organization and at the same time working to help bring about some cultural changes that we had identified that were present in the flight training environment in America and I think we've done a pretty good job of meeting some of those early targets. For example, there were numerous occasions where flight schools would take large security deposits from point training. Students. And for whatever reason, and there's many different reasons, the schools, all of a sudden. Close up doors are locked lighter off and the students show up and have no idea what's going on those deposits could be as much as twenty thousand dollars at a time, and unfortunately there was no recourse in almost every situation students were out dead money or their parents route that money it seemed to be more prevalent school that we're doing foreign play training bringing people in from other countries and as you know, America is the leader in training foreign individuals more foreign play training is done in. America than anywhere else. So, what did the association do about that the students forfeiting those deposits? We brought it out and we wrote about it and we wanted people to be aware that it was at least on some people radar in our new website. We actually have that as one of the many checkoff items for the general public to be aware of we're not opposed to having security deposit or an advanced deposit because some flight schools will offer a discount if you put down some additional moneys versus just paying by the hour but I, think we recommend no. More than between one thousand or two thousand dollars be put down at any given time. There's no reason to go any further unless you're in an accelerated program we do have schools across the country who specialized in accelerated training as you know, and you can get a private pilot certificate in two to three weeks and he'd do a very good job. They have specific syllabus put together for these kind of programs. Well, you can imagine typically might cost eight to ten thousand. Dollars to take two or three week private pilots course all the way through and you're all done in three weeks at the most those schools will require a larger deposit. So we're not saying that there are extenuating circumstances because there are but at the same time, we are certainly guiding people that there is no reason to be putting large sums of money down because in most cases, there's no special account that is set up, and if that school closes its doors they're. On you can't find them, and in some cases, some of these schools disappeared, they had leases at the airports they walk away from the leases if their own by a foreigner, they may even go back to their country. There are folks that have dual citizenship. They just literally disappear if you have fifty students and fifty students have put down ten thousand dollars in advanced deposits. That's five hundred, thousand dollars if they put down twenty thousand dollars toward their training, that's a million dollars. We wrote about it. We talked about it. We are now putting it on our new website as well to educate people because the public is not aware of some of these things. It's in the news every day that the airlines are threatening or actually shedding thousands of pilots from their payrolls has that had an impact on the pilot training community are people backing away from this as a career. Right now I don't think there's any professional in the industry that would stay that there's a overabundance of commercial career pilots. However, this will change over the next twelve months as far out as maybe thirty six months. We all know that domestic airline service in this country continues to come back and it was just August thirty first or August thirtieth where the airlines are starting to. Relax on their policies, regarding changes of airfare and seat selection and travel dates, and so forth. I believe United announced at I and I believe American has now announced it as of today, which is September the first and so domestically, the airlines are certainly looking to get people back into the air and from what we see the general public still has that real urge to get up. And go not everybody of course, and there are some people who are not going to travel right now by air or even leave their house because of the covy will fully understand but people wanna get up they WANNA get out they want to visit family they want go to special occasions they want to go on vacation for a couple of days and the best way to get. There is normally to go buy airline. If you're traveling longer mileages that the international air carrier movement will take a longer period of time, and that's because every country has its own. Instead of Kobe guidelines. Number one, they're setting the criteria for when people can come in and out of their country and they're setting in some cases, quarantine restrictions, and therefore international travel is definitely gonNA take. Longer to come back will the pilot shortage come back again the answer is, yes. The FAA requires under the A. Ours that all airline pilots cannot fly after age sixty five as an airline pilot by regulation and to some of the most senior and experienced airline captains. Today are not flying because they typically are flying the international routes and international is still very, very slow as. Compared to pre covid airlines were having record years they were flying record numbers of available seat miles, revenue passenger miles, load factors on both domestic and international have just been unbelievable airlines have been doing very very well financially over the past couple of years. But again, they also took probably the largest hit between airline travel and the hospitality industry I think those are the three that have. Really impacted the greatest but pilot. Wise. It's GonNa come back and we are encouraging young people to continue their career pathways because if someone brand new starts today to learn to fly and they WANNA be a career pilot they're going to have to build their flight time and that can take anywhere from on the low side about a year and a half up to about three. Years before they're able to be eligible to be hired on into the right seat of a regional airline to two to three years from now, the people that are even starting now will be in a position to be ready to go. So we WANNA see the pipeline stay filled as much as possible, and we are not discouraging anyone at this point in time, there will be positions.
How to Spread and Scale - The Billions Institute Story
"In the next podcast will hear from some of the delegates to see how the billions approach can help them. Dig Deep and think bake. But first we invite the founders becky. Marta and Joma Cannon to explain their philosophy depth. And tell us about some of their success stories along the way. And what about the stay here in Wales? It's been wonderful. Yeah, we! We really enjoyed interacting with the group here. There was lots of creativity and energy and ambition at the end of the day, and so we really feel energized by that there are many different approaches to change many different methodologies. One is large scale change. So why is it different from other approaches I think large-scale changes something that goes beyond the boundaries of your organization that it's big enough that you can't do it yourself and that it's more about making sure what it is that works. Works or that's useful or a service in the world gets to everyone who could possibly benefit, so it's really breaking beyond the confines of what you can do with the resources you have and flipping it to thinking of what needs to be done. And how can we get there I? Think if you've had a successful prototype or pilot. There tends to be a belief that if I just work if I want to reach ten times as many people I just need to work ten times as hard and and somehow. To muscle my way to to that kind of reach, and in fact, that's not the case you know. We know you have to really think very deliberately about how you tap into others and their creativity, and their ideas and effectively deputize others to to carry the work forward, and so that requires a lot of relationship building, getting people to share your values and your beliefs or surfacing their beliefs and values, and and giving them a lot of room to roam and. and to introduce the work themselves I think you know the other kind of major learning that I always return to. Is that our pedagogical model in the West? which is that we need to go out and teach people how to do things. is is not really that effective when it comes to large scale change instead we have to sort of understand again where people's passion is where their skills are and and remove impediments to them, doing their best work and support them. Them in applying their best new ideas and innovations, and and so You know that's quite different than imposing external targets or or trying to inspect people into actually making making change happen at scale one final thought you know that there's a joyfulness and creativity to this kind of work that I think often gets lost. You know there are so many tactics and strategies and tools that are available to people who are interested in large scale change so many ways to raise. Raise awareness and build will and and transfer skills, and I think if we don't get curious about those and playful and yeah experimental, you know then it's really at our peril. We can't sort of say there's one monolithic strategy that we choose at the outset and you know we're GONNA stick to plan, and and you know in eighteen or thirty six months. Expect that to work You know there's very little evidence to suggest that it will we have to be? Adaptive in opportunistic and enjoy kind of this exploratory. wending process for finding a way to to get to the result that we seek
How to Spread and Scale - The Billions Institute Story
"Are many different approaches to change many different methodologies. One is large scale change. So why is it different from other approaches? I think of large-scale changes something that goes beyond the boundaries of your organization that it's big enough that you can't do it yourself and that it's more about making sure what it is that works or that's useful or a service in the world gets to everyone who could possibly benefit so it's really breaking beyond the confines of what you can do with the resources you have and flipping it to thinking of what needs to be done. And how can we get there? I think if you've had a successful prototype or pilot there tends to be a belief that if I just work if I want reach ten times as many people I just need to work ten times as hard and and somehow I'll be able to muscle my way to to that kind of reach and in fact that's not the case you know we know. You have to really think very deliberately. About how you tap into others and their creativity and their ideas and effectively deputize others to to carry the work forward and so that requires a lot of relationship building getting people to share your values and your beliefs or surfacing their beliefs and values and and giving them a lot of room to roam and to introduce the work themselves. I think you know the other kind of major learning that I always return to. Is that our pedagogical model in the West. Which is that. We need to go out and teach people how to do things. is is not really that effective when it comes to large scale change instead we have to sort of understand again where people's passion is where their skills are and and remove impediments to them doing their best work and support them in applying their best new ideas and innovations and and so You know that's quite different than imposing external targets or or trying to Inspect people into actually making making change. Happen at scale. One final thought. You know that. There's a joyfulness and creativity to this kind of work that I think often gets lost. You know there are so many tactics and strategies and tools that are available to people who are interested in large scale change so many ways to raise awareness and build will and and Transfer skills and I think if we don't get curious about those and playful and yeah experimental you know then. It's really at our peril. We can't sort of say there's one monolithic strategy that we choose at the outset and you know we're GONNA stick to plan and and you know in eighteen or thirty six months expect that to work You know there's very little evidence to suggest that it will. We have to be adaptive in opportunistic in and Enjoy kind of this exploratory wending process for finding a way to to get to the result that we seek the billions institutes have been working on major large scale projects in the US with great success. One of these campaigns was called the hundred thousand lives campaign. Yeah the one hundred thousand lives campaign which is an initiative. That's actually quite old now. It's probably getting onto thirteen or fourteen years. Old Was An initiative to improve patient safety across hospitals in the US so focused on things like reducing medication error surgical complication infection and It was led by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Where I worked at the time and it mobilized I think ultimately thirty one hundred of the five thousand hospitals in the country to say. We're going to do something here. You know we. We see too much harm. Millions of cases of annual harm hundreds of thousands of people dying unnecessarily every year. What can we do about it? Proactively H- how can we? How can we take action on that and It was a I think. A success a lot of respects it got all of these hospitals across the country to I think stop waiting for outside organizations to impose targets or. Tell them what they should do. And kind of put the power back in their hands to say. Hey we you know we know this is a problem. And let's ourselves take the initiative to address it and our role at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement in part was to provide the science and the evidence based but in part was really to Support them by by connecting them to one another to all the practical tacit ideas for how to make change at the front line And also helping to remove impediments to their progress by working with the government Working with the creditors working with national associations to make sure that all of their requirements weren't working at cross purposes and make sure that the the work of actually doing change wasn't Hindered by the the kinds of distractions that that these organizations can create. So I think it set off You know a the beginnings of a movement Certainly didn't complete the job by any stretch of the imagination You know given the scale of of Harm in healthcare in the US but it was a step in the right direction and and the other thing it did is it created a network Not only of hospitals but of a field offices around the country that themselves became more equipped at the state level and the local level to orchestrate local improvement and that's a that's a reusable asset You know that I that I think has been re purposed by by many others and other ways so you know really at the end of the day when we talk about. Large-scale chain we're talking about. How do we get leveraged by working through others And empowering others to work at the top of their creativity and energy and I think ultimately we realized that that was really at the at the heart of what we tried to do in that
Useless Wells Fargo Settlement Shows the Rule of Law Ended Long Ago
"Today's Clark -rageous moment is an update for you new information about Wells Fargo Wells. Fargo who committed criminal acts against its own customers for what turns out now to be a full generation the wells fargo cheating scandal goes back to nineteen ninety eight. According to a release from federal prosecutors wells Fargo ruined the reputations of so many people wells Fargo and it's filing only had to admit that I'm lawfully misuse customers sensitive personal information. They paid a three billion dollar fine and avoided criminal conviction. The criminal conviction is suspended. What's known as DEFERRED PROSECUTION IF WELLS? Fargo doesn't engage in any more shenanigans cheating its customers over the next thirty six months. They will not face criminal prosecution now. The crazy thing at wells fargo. Is they engaged in massive identity? Theft cheated their auto won't customers their mortgage loan customers and cheated their general checking account customers and they're investing customers over generation. And nobody's going to prison. That is absolutely believable. That if you rob a bank you go to prison hard time for typically twenty
Why Front's Series C matters
"I'm Alex Wilhelm and once again I have have denny Crichton with me Danny how are you doing. I'm doing awesome. That is that's enthusiasm. You are back in New York. I'm in Providence and I have to say I've I've had enough of this shit. I want some summer but the good news is despite the terrible weather and the time of the year. There is a gazillion things to get to. So I'm going to skip the usual faffing about and jump bright in. I'm going to start the show with front which I need you to explain to me why this particular funding round was such a big deal. Right you'RE GONNA kick off the entire show that so start with why. Hi the Health Care Front. Raise fifty nine million dollars in series C and Here's here's the deal. They didn't have a lead. They had no investors. There no lead V. V. C. WE KNOW Vision Fund. No no sequoia. Although Sequeira did the series B. on they actually lead with a couple of really prominent be to be CEO and founder so lasting Cassia and founder Mike Cannon Brookes octa CEO and Co founder Frederick Harassed Multiplex Co founder and CEO. Ryan Smith Zoom CEO. Eric Yuen. What's interesting here here is is? We're getting to these late. Stage growth rounds at a time when there's more growth money than ever and basically said now we're good we're just gonNA take from really prominent angels. Who all of that exited you know? Kind of startups and. So what's interesting here is twofold one is one the dynamic. VC industry which we can talk about more but to actually kind of the strategy here of front is a B. Two B. Product Arctic. Selling to other kind of B2B startups and so by taking this money from other kind of B. Two B. Sales centered Start founders and see IOS. They're really kind of like buying. I'm from their own customers so to speak right synchronicity. That's connecting the two together. So the fifty nine million dollar round had no lead. VC there was no like Kleiner liner coming in here right in the big check. I'm curious do you think that the disease that previously invested got pro rata in this round or do think it was all just money from these I guess executives turned angels. I think they've got Harada me. I don't think it was in the press. Release that they did but I am sure they did. I'm also not entirely clear that these folks took the entire round. I mean there could have been nate. Twenty or twenty five million dollars slug from around that was announced yama funding from a farm that was announced But nonetheless like the fact that it was positioned this way If you imagine in ten years ago this sort of round first of all wouldn't exist but this ground where we would said Oh a bunch of angels came in late stage. It'd be like well. This company must be doing terribly wrong Novi. ABC was willing to lead the round. Things have changed so much. That founder can literally say God. We got a couple of individuals around at the party. At the craps table they put in fifty nine million bucks. We're going wow unbelievable. They said no to everyone. It's amazing change in time. It is but also I'm kind of embarrassed by the number of people I know on this list. Like I know Frederick a little bit I know Ryan a little but I know Eric a little bit. I think I've met J. I mean I think I need to change industry industries because the the same eight people keep coming up. That's embarrassing to me. I need any new friends. Let's talk about what the company does front is be messaging kind of calms thing. It looks like email works for teams. I'm assuming this is kind of product aimed at customer support customer success kind of groups. Yes affront fronts. Innovation was really for a lot of top companies they have an email like support at techcrunch dot com or press at at Google Dot Com. Which is actually how we reach out to right? And so when that goes into Press Google Dot com on that actually gets centered and moved around the the thousands of people who are in Google Google to figure out how to respond to it. So if he's coming from an ad tech crunch email address like from us he goes to our tech crunch contact if it goes to APEC Asia. Pacific it'll go to someone who's live overnight overnight overseas and so basically thousands of people are accessing the same email inbox and so. Have you ever tried to do your own inbox with g million. No it's basically impossible with one goddamn person on the box. Now you had an hundreds of people all of whom are interacting with the same emails etc and suddenly. It's just a complete mess front. Took that and said Hey. What have we built in box from? Scratch zooming that. There are thousands of people or hundreds of people reading the same tickets reading the same emails. And how can we respond to it. Really really effectively. Huge problem tons of companies have it. They've been super successful. It's only a couple years old and what's interesting is actually the the founders are French It actually has a large Parisian office one founder Laurent Had A decade and enterprise. And then WHO's also female be to be founder of rare breed unfortunately in the industry who CEO up and she. She kind of came out of her master's disagree in two thousand twelve and dived into this and front. So it's a five year. Old Company raised one hundred thirty eight almost one hundred forty million bucks. An insane amount of money ended the speed was raise capitals crazy because their series of ten million was back in May of two thousand sixteen. Then Bam sixty six million early eighteen and then two years later fifty nine million so really. It's pretty frontloaded or backloaded. I'm sorry to kind of where we are in time now. I'm curious to see how much more capital they'll need to scale this to IPO. It's already kind of there. But certainly a lot of star power a lot of customers on this new investment and. I'm kind of curious that this is a trend that will see a flex from companies. That were so hot. We don't even need venture capital all the real stars of our industry the money in It's certainly a new way to approach it absolutely. I think one of the key lessons here at least for me was a company that really figured out product market fit super early on You know if you look at it was founded Five years ago it took two years to build out so uncork. Capital is sort of a firm that argues it focuses on product market fit. They raised three point. One million seed in October two thousand fourteen and then once they sort of got this product market fit. And it's sort of obvious today but looking back in time the idea that there d the SASS product to fix this team oriented email. inbox was sort of not a concept of. Now it's just scaling right it's all sales scaling And so we're seeing the rounds. Get faster and faster. Because they're repeated you you know the sales are repeating assuming the growth is repeating internally. The numbers look great. It's sort of classic SAS business I expect us to see as one hundred millionaire our club as you call it hopefully in the next year or two that there hasn't been announcement around the revenues but I expect it to constitute here about their W. two and a half year over year now has a pretty quickly quickly there probably. I Dunno just guessing. You're twenty thirty million era or somewhere in there and they'll be largest soon enough. Let's talk about the couple world through a different Lens. Though you have been looking at Tau really large funds cutting smaller and smaller Jackson. We're talking about funds at have billions in assets under management writing five seven million dollar checks which seems to make no oh sense. According to the old model of larger funds larger textile works otherwise. They can't really disburse the capital. But that's changing and I want you to tell you why because to fascinating fascinating kind of like nuance about today's venture capital market. Absolutely free front is a great example of this right. So here's a fifty nine million dollar check that no growth stage investor mister. WHO has a billion dollars ready to deploy was able to invest it and so we're seeing once again The largest funds billions of dollars. We had we talked about last week. Show I think we had twenty-one fundraisers that were over five hundred million last year. It was ninety one somewhere in that category so a ton of money deployed and so the idea that you would do early. Stage investments is nuts. Because you can't deploy million dollars a thousand times a year and so the challenges is like. Why are people doing this when I started asking if he sees the answer was well once the the cap tables in the series B and D are out there? They're locked it in a sequeira already in the a benchmarks already in the a founders fund the and they have the capital to deploy in the B A C D E F g all the way through the Sesame Street Alphabet All the way through and so by the time you get to the D. you have no access or in the case of front. No one had access suicide. Basically you have to lock in earlier in earlier and so even if you're the Softbank Vision Fund you WanNa throw four hundred million dollars in series d you have to be in the seed or the series. He's A to start to lock in that Barada to start locking in those early ownership rights. It just gives you more ball control later on because other people are going to kind of knock you out of the way to get around in place and so there's sort of this paradox. Where we're seeing? You know the the largest latest stage funds doing the smallest early stage rows and so that that was a really interesting dynamic that we haven't seen before yeah and the one thing to keep in mind that when I was learning about the BBC World you know maybe a decade ago. Now I was always told that if you couldn't find a new lead investor for the proximate round the next one. It was a very bad signal because it would imply that no one else in the market one to lead your Siri seafood areas to be and having Europe preceding investors. That were leads lead. Your next around was a very bad thing. Now it's entirely flipped on its head because capital is sufficiently unscarred so ample so much flowing around the people want to stay in a company. Preempt preempt that next round they want to lead be and then the as much of the capital to work as they can on a winner to ensure that they can return enough capital to make their large fund contractive enough to raise a second one. So it's a facet of there. Being too much money in the market is certainly a change. Compared to how things used to work it's actually an inversion but it just goes to show how in twenty twenty the way the world works certainly is at least in my experience new. I'm maybe it was like this back in the late. Ninety something but certainly it feels like a new chapter and I presume zoom. Welcome back to what used to be normal when there's less capital around but I don't see that happening for the next eighteen twenty four thirty six months so this this is the way it's going to be Danny presented for the next while.
Economic issues not a factor in 737 MAX's safety review
"Got another news alert on billing transportation secretary. Elaine Chao saying the White House is not pressuring regulators to unground the 737 Max in an interview with Reuters Chow said that economic issues will not be a factor in the decision vision to unground that airplane. That news just crossing right now. All right let's get Philibeaux. WHO's got more not only probably on this? But also more on Boeing and general out of Chicago PHILP and Brian just to play off. What you were talking about? There has been this theory floating around. I would say mainly for the last three or four days. People and I've heard from people who have emailed L. ME and said is there any chance that Boeing suspended Max production so they could get the White House. Say Look you're going to hurt the GDP you're going to hurt the economy to me. Looks eventually these people might have to be laid off. And I heard no indication of that from people at the EPA. I've gotten zero indication that there is is the idea that the White House is pressuring them. None at all so this plays into that with Elaine Chao saying that economic factors will have no bearing on the decision of whether or not to ground or ground. The seven thirty seven Max. We want to talk about how many cancellations that we've seen because united was out today. There's a big number for you Brian. Are you ready for a hundred and forty five thousand. That's how many U s seven thirty seven Max. Flights have been cancelled if you go from March thirteenth. You've won the grounding started all the way through when we expect the Max to be grounded for in the spring of next year united out today is the latest and yet it's interesting with united because while American and South West have said. We're GONNA take it off the scheduled till early April united. Said you know what we're GonNa do it until June fourth. That's when we plan planned to fly the plane again so if you're keeping score you've got American in South West planning to bring it back in early April and then you've got united saying we're going to bring it back in June June. There's always the chance guys that this plane gets recertified faster than expected. They could bring the plane back a little bit sooner but as of right now. Those are the latest plans and just a reminder minders you take a look at shares of Boeing production on the seven three seven Max will be halted probably early January. They don't have an exact date right. Now there's a few planes that are still in process as they worked those through In Finnish building those Brian. But that's when we will see production halt in January and you wonder how they're getting those dates those airlines in June's this April that I mean nobody really knows it could be in the summer and more can add to that hundred and forty five thousand number for canceled Flights Philip. Thank you very much agree. Friday a lot of work this week have a great weekend Phil. Thank you very much. So guys bowing down thirteen percent. This quarter at this rate is gonNA join three others. One of four Dow stocks dental before that are down down on the year tragedy on it looks like investors are starting to give up on the stuff. It's the tragedy happened. Went October eighteen and then after that it was march march of two thousand nine hundred has been going on for some time. Now and Boeing has been hanging onto a prophet year today. Now it's up about one percent or so probably going to go negative. I get it I get it. That should be somewhat safe but I think you want to avoid it now. There's so many layers to the story but what it is bullish for our the airlines. I'm a long spirit airlines. Save you take you take supply off the market and it helps the airlines. There's been a couple of upgrades in the airline space as well save is where I'm law agree. I agree with Steve. The unintended consequences of this are actually more supply discipline out of airlines. But but to be clear Boeing's been aside way stock for twenty one months. I mean even before this issue shoe. This was a company that people were wrestling with evaluation. So I I don't think that this announcement of course they cancel. Of course. That's the number. Of course. United is running for cover and Cya for them because they were so off-side unlike Delta. Who didn't have this kind of exposure? That doesn't sit. Well listen the. The analysts community has a three hundred eighty six dollar average price targets target sixty dollars above where the stock is down. One of two things. You've got to happen to stocks. Got To recover. The analysts community is GONNA lose downgrade and start cutting short-term the tragedy notwithstanding in the short term or two year underperformance notwithstanding. Where is this going to be thirty six months out if one sort of long term and I think everyone knows it? It's going to be hard you you think so. You're that confidence sure. Okay for the latest on Boeing's Max
What's on Your Shelf?
"Our guest today Who the suspect with him? By the way but kind of schooled us a little bit a lot of a lot of it on you know on our shelf fees because he said do you know why do you feel that you need to have so many products. And he's right or he's not wrong but I will say like our shelf. Fees are are just things that we buy and use and that are not branded not sponsored that we just share with the world I am addicted but products products. Al Security Blanket for me as I'm aging as I am morphing into all the roles that I have now. I do grasp and remember that that like ten minutes in the mirror that gave me the confidence throughout my life. I reach for beauty products to do that for me. It's definitely like it's a clutch approach so I I'm going to try and turn a new leaf after our guest today. 'cause I truly like the light bulb turned on a little bit more. It is a lesser sir. More it is being responsible as a consumer. It is choosing certain brands. I I I can't say enough about this interview. Other than the fact that I possibly hostages changed my life a little bit. It totally did and I'm looking right now to grab my my my intro for him at Mike in Durski. I'm just GonNa win this one but it. Mike and Durski is really truly a titan of the beauty industry. He's held executive positions at Laurie. AL at Unilever he held it's executive positions at birt's bees and most recently lists and I did try to get him to re install one of my favorite it products the shellfish that got discontinued but he is coming out with his own line. Here me raw. It's going to launch in January and a big part of the ethos of his company was was it. We need to be more sustainable. Not just in the physical packaging but in in how we view beauty and that we don't maybe necessarily need eighteen different products to slap on our face. But you know what we're GonNa let him tell you a little bit more about the company when I left bliss but first of all thank you so so much for introductions Berry Swedish new When I left Bliss I was being interviewed by magazine? And they said okay. You've been in the business for like thirty years. What's changed well? The obvious things is influencers in the Internet. Those to the big changes but aside from that after thirty years were still selling women. Products will should go on their skin packaging. Which isn't sustainable bank claims? We can't keep for prices are too high on skews. We don't need and we're all guilty of manufacturers facture the marketers retailers and we have to stop in we're not honoring the people trying to serve his whole businesses. Trying to be about making women feel better about themselves and we're not doing that by having bad ingredients by had not have simple packaging choice. I want to do something about it. I wanted to challenge industry. I want to get back on track of what's right and You know whether it's the confusion of behind what's clean beauty and is clean natural as clean sustainable and really let people know what clearly really means. Because it doesn't mean you do those things and to really fight to have the industry change and get into sustainable packaging and I mean in this day and age no company now forget the beauty industry should be making anything with a not thinking about where the materials are coming from and how they're being disposed off and on I think we we need to make a make a change in this ridiculous having forty skews hundreds of skews. It's nonsense and I wanted to do something different. So this whole idea was challenge convention challenge every convention that kind of operates by and come along. That really talks to the way women are today so you have said in one of the things is that I found so powerful in the pitch. Was that clean. Beauty is actually a dirty word. What by that I mean? That's intentionally provocative but I think a lot of the retailers are doing the right things by saying we need to have standard products and They they decide what ingredients putting Greens from bad. The problem is that the average consumer thinks that clean means natural and they might think that it means organic. They might think that it needs sustainable. And it doesn't mean any of those things all clean means don't have really bad things in there and the truth. Truth is no skincare by the FDA has really bad things in there so while trying to help consumers is misleading. Because women are inferring that the stuff is natural. And it's it's it's a sustainable or organic in it's not and if it's important to use natural products if you believe that that no synthetic ingredients should every put inter on your skin who is bad for your health. You need to know that and buying something says it's clean and it's not clean as is is going to be damaging it's it's not truth. Is there any regulation right now on on the terminology of of Clean Beauty. You know every retailer in every brand who call themselves clean has their own definition right back about ten years ago when I was at birth. It's been I created the standard for natural personal care products and I worked with about ten other competitors and I worked at the natural process association to come up with one on standard. This is what natural is and Stores like target and macy's and Wal Mart were all Setting their shelves according to our standard is one standard and that was ten years ago and that standard kind of went away now. They made people making their own standards. So I just tell people lose with people's either clean. Just go and find out what clean means to them. Ask them you know right right email to the company. Does this be your natural. They're not naturally inspired. You know but really natural. It's a big difference and and let me just ask really briefly anything natural anything. Organic the shelf life is. Would you say half if not less often. And there's there's a new little push in the worlds where like keeping everything in your little mini beauty fridge. How do you feel about that? I agree with that. I I think that I think there's nothing wrong with a product having having a lower shelf life I mean i. There's a little symbol on on packaging. It's a little jar with a LID coming up and it says like how many months after opening is it good and we believe that six months after opening is a lot better than thirty six months after opening meaning I would be okay with the product but being no good after six months because it's not fresh anymore and I think I think That makes more sense than I mean. Think about food which we'd a piece of Sam mm-hmm that's good thirty six months after opening. What what what the hell they shooting that Salmon's and make live dialogue? So I I I I have no problem with Something that says once you open it using within six months and the other thing I thought about was you know I'm a consumer. I shop beauty all year round I don't always opt for the overnight shipping. I don't always get it off of Amazon. Where primes the next day? And sometimes I will do ground shipping but during the months of July and August. Guess where things are so hot and you don't know how long it sat in a truck. You should should should the consumer be worried about that of a truck. That's a hundred degrees will i. It's interesting you talk about the the shipping the overnight shipping. One thing. I always I do like when I buy things from Amazon is I wait I have so many items to ship. I keep it in my cart if you don't need it wait because you're saving so much in Environmentally in terms of carbon footprints. I'd rather have one shipments of ten things. In ten shipments of one thing. I also on that that is I mean you know I realized this and again. It's just something I'm a culprit myself but I was ordering during one thing at a time. They used to say oh. I Love Amazon and I live right across from a twenty four hour drugstore and instead of going across the by the toothpaste I'd order it from Amazon on and when I really somebody made me realize you know that's a terrible carbon footprint what are you doing and I'm guilty of it and I think that I'm glad you're addressing it now because it's something that we all need to be much more aware of an Amazon prime is fantastic and I I love using the service. I have it but I mean I don't need a dozen batteries tomorrow and and you get this little tiny pattern raises coming to big box. You know how much shipping is going into it flying on a plane. It's ridiculous I tell people mess. Emergency just keep everything in your cart and then when you had an emergency thing then have it all come at one time. Okay but back to my question. Agent market really hot hot months. And we're being trying to be very PC and use all. The carbon makes our carbon urban furnace mall. If I don't do overnight shipping or two day express in it sits somewhere for ninety to one hundred degrees on a truck for day or two cannot affect that organic natural products. No usually a wealth.
Surveillance video shows Oregon coach disarming and hugging high school student
"New surveillance footage shows the moments after a football coach in Portland disarmed a student okay I am TV reporter Dan tell can describes the security footage coach canelo former Oregon ducks football player is holding on to it and they're talking and you can tell the emotions that are going on here the police have been called police are rushing to the scene please don't know that coach low is already disarmed this teenager and I sit there for six minutes until the police eventually get there and arrest him in the video the park rose high school coach Keenen low and braces eighteen year old angel Granada studios who had been carrying a loaded shotgun on campus since the incident last may low has been praised for his quick action run out of ideas has pleaded guilty to gun charges and has been sentenced to thirty six months
"thirty six month" Discussed on WSB-AM
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Vincent, Thirty Six Month And Twelve Months discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank
"Vincent all right to the truck ministration finalize rules yes that could reshape the flow of illegal aliens and our a and illegals who are in a place in the U. S. proposing to penalize migrants for having used welfare programs when they apply for permanent status the rules a long time goal of immigration enforcement ever gets to find for the first time what it means to be a public charge on the head of the U. S. citizenship and immigration services can Cuccinelli announces yesterday under the rule of public charges now defined as an individual who receives one or more designated public benefits for more than twelve months in the aggregate within any thirty six month period around me said the again look there's gonna be something that the they're going to enforce the law or rule generally prevents aliens who are likely to become a public charge from coming to the United States for remaining here and getting a green card hi Joan of make of the differentiation here illegal aliens are not eligible for these kinds of public goods charge benefits we're talking about the legal immigrants legal aliens to come to the United States and of the rules survive a court challenge already New York state the red billed of laws you has announced the the the he's going to fight it they said that all see trump in court over blocking federal assistance to legal immigrants so with the the critics are saying what is going to discourage poor migrants from Latin American countries Italy pose rich European countries which you're borrowing money from Syria and dolls were coming over there so I'm not sure that's an accurate criticism or not summer saying the overall level of legal immigration could drop already the Democrats are denouncing the policy as races but the policy doesn't sorry it is only going to be applied to black or brown people's is that anyone who comes into the United States it is going to become a public charge now what programs a mother wanted seven we're told are likely to avoid welfare programs last year because they feared the coming crackdown could affect their ability to get a green card will give us some of the numbers here in just a second or what programs are we talking about here we're talking about legal immigrants you get into this country and then go on food stamps Medicaid public housing assistance welfare cash payments and the supplemental security income benefits left out of this change emergency medical care school lunch program student loans energy assistance homeless shelter access and children's health insurance will not count against legal immigrants but we've done this for a long long time Frank back in the eighteen hundreds you might remember the weather coming over in Ellis Island you could come over here if you're going to buy all the park yourself on welfare become a a you know a public charge on the on the on the on the government on the country so we're just going back to the future I guess you could say yeah I was thinking that you know basically the same thing I mean that were there was a time when the people had to have sponsors the the came here or and they had to prove that the either they have a job or that they were not going to be coming into this country you know to basically that take advantage of all our welfare goodies which today have been expanded you know to include food stamps and you name it there are a couple of other things too that were required and that is that they had to need basically and I guess it was on the honor system but by having a sponsor IT help this along with that is that they were required to assimilate tell here in this country the the the and and also which is always lost a day in the argument to be able to speak English so all these things you know is just what we had done in the past and there's no reason why it you know it should be continued now this to me there there are two things two reasons why I think we're seeing this mass migration one is basically the freebies that we give to all these individuals that are coming here legally or illegally it doesn't matter we're just giving it to them and the second is especially as it applies to illegal immigrants
"thirty six month" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"thirty six month" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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Single sign-on can solve password crisis
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners, tell me that this doesn't sound like a wonderful dream, the experience, that we know is password hell could be radically changed for the better within the next year and a half to three years. Sounds pretty cool. Right. What if it came true? Are you struggling to come up with long strings of complex capital, and lower case letters, numbers, and simples? Well, there's a theory that says that so yesterday that's the hope anyway. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech in fascinating interview with Google product manager, Mark Risher in the verge this week, he laid out his vision for why those passwords. We've been told create don't actually. Help. He's said to have no bearing on fishing, no bearing on password breaches, no bearing on password, re-use. We think this is Google that it's more important to reduce the total number of passwords out there. Well, gosh, I agree. Don't you cook? He has an other words, all that time you've been forced to spend trying to create tougher to crack. Passwords is a waste at that, at least that's the way he appears to see it. I know that talking tech listeners agree with me that anything we could do to eliminate the concent- typing passwords during our daily days would be most welcome. But how are we going to get their Google? Solution is the single sign on feature, which still requires a password, and has Google authenticate, your identity for a second layer of authority, the text messages or via the Google smartphone app. Apple just introduced its answer to Google sign in with an alternative that will be introduced to the. Iphone and ipad in the fall as part of the thirteenth software upgrade now Google has an eighty percent market share for the Android phone system to twenty percent for apple and between the two of them, according to Bob Brutus, who is a chief data scientist for security firm. Rapid seven well, that's pretty much of everyone. So he believes so he believes that all of us will be using these systems by default over the next eighteen to thirty six months, of course. Facebook, and Google been at it for a long time. A lot of people don't trust signing on Facebook because the, you want your data with Facebook, once you've signed into a website who knows what they're doing with it. Apple is all about privacy and saying that they're not going to do anything with your data. And also, I'd like this new system because it's going to use face ID and touch ID biometrics to bypass the password clicks, the snag here though, is I think it's going to take apple. Years before you have a lot of merchants signing up for this program, you'll have app developers, but target Home Depot WalMart, getting their websites to even agree to put this on is going to take a like I said, it's gonna take years, but it's worth dreaming about I love the idea, and I like the system from Google that when you try to sign on, on the computer it sends you to the g mail app and has you type in a digit that you see on the web instead of typing in your password. Anything we can do to ditch these passwords. I'm all for what about you listeners, any ideas at love to hear from you. What for me on Twitter, where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech, please. Subscribe it a show wherever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick. It from the world attack. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artifice design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include Bilton SEO tools, so you can easily get found online, and in search engines, like Google, and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to Whigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium plan.
Pentagon sets limits on transgender troops
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"thirty six month" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"thirty six month" Discussed on Here & Now
"And today a judge sentence. President Trump's former personal Turney Michael Cohen to thirty six months in prison. Cohen pled guilty to dodging taxes line to congress and campaign finance violations in paying off women who claim to have had affairs with then candidate Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen today at a sentencing Cohen told the judge he took full responsibility for his actions. But said he felt like he had a cover up Trump's dirty deeds. NPR national security editor Phil Ewing is here. Phil Coen's lawyers argued he shouldn't be locked up at all the New York prosecutor recommended three and a half years. The judge sentenced him to three Mike Alava, naughty. The lawyer for stormy Daniels. One of the women in the case of being paid off quickly jumped up to a microphone outside the courtroom and said Michael Cohen is no hero for working with the Russian vestige because he belittled in a called his client's liars who wins here. That is a great question. I don't know who does win the situation except to say that from Cohen's perspective. It could have been a lot worse. Even though as you suggested in your comments a moment ago. It could have been a lot better. He was looking at potentially a lot more time here and this three year sentences not going to be a picnic. He's also we understand going to have to pay fines and restitution as well and be on supervised release after he gets out of prison, but he could have gotten more time. So I'm not sure how you want to fill out the scoresheet except to say that things could have gone a lot worse for Cohen specifically today. Well, what about the special prosecutor Muller's investigation that seems to come out on the winning side? Because obviously, they got information and uninformed, you know, someone who worked with them is still serving time. That's right. And the special counsel's office released some court documents last week. That's spelled out a number of things that they've learned from Cohen. Although, unfortunately for us on the outside trying to understand the story. A lot of those things weren't. In the court papers. But they also didn't take a position on whether or not he should get the prescribed prison sentence that the other party in the case. The southern district of New York was asking for in its brief for the judge Cohen had kind of two separate problems with the feds he had one in New York City, which was handled being handled by SDN wise, we call it. And then we had the separate special counsel matter, which is based in Washington alternately. This case was resolved today by the sensing in federal court in New York City, but there's some suggestion by Cohen's lawyer and potentially Cohen himself that he could continue working with a special counsel's office. That's not clear except to say that they wanna make a clean breast of this. If they can they they want to own up to what he's done and try and move forward for the for the president. I denied knowledge of the payments to the women. Now, he and his supporters are saying this isn't important. What does Coen sentence mean to President Trump? That's another great question. A lot of that depends on the actions taken by the Justice department going forward the plea that Cohen has reached implicates the president in what federal prosecutors as a federal crime this campaign contribution. They say was in effect. What was happening when Cohen made these payments, the president's and his attorneys have taken the position that wasn't against the law. And if Cohen did something wrong that's on him not on the president because Cohen was an attorney acting on the president's behalf. We don't know the answer to that question. And we don't know what will come of it because that could depend on the action of the Justice department in the special counsel office. We also don't know what might have happened had Americans been able to know what these women were claiming and that they were being paid off in the run-up to an election. He don't. NPR national security editor for hewing much. Thank you..
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Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady but, Defying Trump, Signals Increases to Come
"Thursday Morning America's First news continues it's, the second day of, August six minutes past the hour former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort trial focused on spending on day two witnesses testified Wednesday that. Manafort personally directed millions of dollars in international wire transfers the testimony was aimed at bolstering the prosecution's argument that Manafort hid millions and income from. The IRS and use the funds for a lavish lifestyle no witness accounts were also intended to contradict manafort's lawyers who have signaled del pin, the blame. For any illegal conduct on his longtime deputy Rick gates the White, House says, that President Trump's criticism of the, special counsel Russia probe, isn't obstruction Trump unleash several tweets Wednesday attacking special counsel Robert Mueller's. Election interference investigation and possible ties to the president's campaign he also, called on attorney. General Jeff Sessions to end the investigation here's White House press Secretary Sarah Huckabee, Sanders It's not an order, it's the president's opinion and it's ridiculous that all of the corruption and dishonesty that's gone on with the launching. Of the witch hunt the president wants to has watched, this process play out but he also wants to see it come to an end as he stated many times and we look. Forward, to that happening look the. President is not. Obstructing he's fighting back the president. Is stating his, opinion he stating clearly and he certainly expressing the frustration that he has with the level of corruption that. We've seen from. People like Jim Comey. Peter Struck Andrew McCabe there's a reason that the, president's angry and frankly most of. America's angry as well and there's no reason he shouldn't be able. To voice that opinion we certainly think. It should be completed we'd like it to be completed. Sooner rather than later it's gone on for an. Extensive amount of time they've still come up with nothing in, regards to the president we'd like to see it. Come to a close we've said that a number of times so sure we actually agree, on that. Front Session stepped aside last year from. Overseeing the inquiry and its deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, who's taking over that duty I divided US appeals court Wednesday struck down a key part of President Trump's contentious effort to crackdown. On, cities and states that limit. Cooperation with immigration. Officials saying an executive order threatening. To cut funding, for sanctuary cities was unconstitutional in the two one decision the ninth US circuit court of appeals agreed with. The lower decision. That congress alone control. Spending and presidents don't have the power to withhold, funding it approves to pursue their. Policy goals Turkey's Justice minister is shrugged off a US decision to. Impose sanctions against him and another Turkish. Government minister saying he doesn't have a penny to his. Name anywhere outside of Turkey the US announced sanctions. Against the Justice minister and interior minister over the detention of, American pastor Andrew Brunson who's being tried on espionage. And terror related charges turkeys calling on the US to reverse its decision and is Threatening to retaliate quote without delay Ohio State University is placed coach urban Meyer on paid administrative leave while it investigates claims that his wife knew. About allegations of abuse against, an assistant coach years before he was fired Courtney Smith gave an interview to stadium and provided text messages to former ESPN reporter, Brett mcmurphy between her and Shelley Mayer in two thousand fifteen and with the wives of other buckeyes. Coaches as Smith also provided brightening text she claims came from her ex husband former assistant Zack Smith and the founder of Papa John's pizza says the chain needs him back as. Its public face and that it was a mistake for the company to scrub him after he acknowledged using a racial slur last month John schnatter told the Associated Press this week he. Believes he can return to TV and, radio ads wants the public understands the context of his. Comments now he's been under fire after Forbes reported to use, the n. word during a media training conference call. In may He apologized but said that it, was taken out of context. Of the fed, reserve on Wednesday left its benchmark interest rate unchanged while signaling further gradual rate hikes in the months ahead as long as the economy stays healthy the fed projected in June four rate. Hikes this year that's up from three last year private economists expect the next one to happen at the September meeting and then a fourth in. December the fed statement was upbeat on the economy pointing to a strengthening labor. Market economic activity growing at a strong, rate and inflation that's reached the central bank's target. Of two percent annual gains and the Trump administration says it's clearing the way for health insurance to sell short term plans as low cost alternatives to pricey Obama LA policies for people, struggling with high premiums but the policies for. Individuals have no guarantees of coverage for existing medical conditions and come with, limited benefits federal health officials say. The plans can last for up to twelve months they may be renewed for up to thirty six months short term And plans have been a niche. Product for people in life transitions those switching jobs retiring before Medicare eligibility and that kind of thing officials hope the plans will. Appeal to people in eligible for income based subsidies. Under ObamaCare critics say the plans undermined the healthcare law Chuck Schumer the Senate minority leader has vowed to. 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"thirty six month" Discussed on WCPT 820
"They, did some nasty things like get rid, of public streetcars order to promote pride automobiles it. Took a whole, lot of time for these things to happen and there were, sort of enough buffers in society Digital disruption happens really really quickly Uber can, do to the taxi industry and eighteen months you know what it may have taken GM eighteen years to do to the streetcars so we don't have the time to recover and this these sort. Of extreme ends tend to happen so these guys, are really they're they're trapped because they're accepting. A certain way of doing business as just the operating system of the economy they don't understand that there are alternatives so they're willing to disrupt a particular industry and devastated and destroy the middle class and. Do all the things that they do but they're not willing to challenge the underlying operating system of. Get a bunch of money from some investors destroy a marketplace and, then get out of it before your business crashes Eighteen months or thirty six month window this cycle very destructive cycle so these digital companies are really Adopting a real scorched earth strategy where it might have taken WalMart, you know a decade to destroy all the competition into. Town and become the sole provider of jobs and then kind of destroy the social safety net somewhere if a digital, company can do. That to an entire vertical as they would put it in a year or two. We don't have we don't really have the time to to recover or to come up with alternatives. And, that's why you end up with. This real shrinking middle class in a very angry working class yeah I think. That's a. Great point and by you don't, have to worry about getting political on on this show we, don't we, don't shy away from that but but I. Think that, is really a good point this the acceleration the lack of time for people to adapt and historically we've always talked about economists have always said that as a matter of historical record that technological. Innovations that are expected to cost Jobs actually create jobs but there was more of a chance to, adapt socially I think in the past than there is now I think that's a great point I, also think that the kind of business thinking and business. Model that you describe am trying to say this without being overly pejorative toward the people involved even though I I'm, happy to criticize. Them but there is a kind of sociopathic detachment to it that I think you. Have to adopt in order to function in that environment yeah it's like the goal I mean what. They, teach you especially if you're a. Kid nineteen year old kid dropping out of Harvard to start some big business. You know. Instead of instead of transferring parental, authority onto your teachers now you're going to transfer onto the, venture capitalists, those great grey haired guy's sweaters or giving. You millions, of dollars and what those.
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IMF agrees to loan up to $50bn for Argentina
"Radio well argentina has reached a fifty billion dollar thirty six month agreement with the imf with some new inflation and fiscal deficit targets argentina indicated that it plans to draw in the first tranche of the deal but will later treat the loan simply as precautionary imf managing director christine lagarde said well this is a plan owned and designed by the argentine government and morgan stanley had said earlier that argentina will enter a brief recession in the second and third quarters dalian adjusted slightly higher but has tracked pretty close to one oh nine seventy really for the past five hours this morning asian stocks are set for a lower open today we'll see how things move it was a risk off session in the united states and a lot of trouble in emerging markets a slump in brazilian acids added to some of the negative sentiment i characterized it a lot earlier as a big rotation out of growth into value so specifically out of checking the m into value stocks and we did see energy and financials doing pretty well the question on this is is whether this is a one or a two day issue or whether or not it is sustainable dollar fluctuated as doug mentioned we had a really big drop in yields on the ten year down to two eighty eight or so now at two ninety two so we watching that closely in the tokyo session coming up in the next forty two minutes wti crude sixty five ninety eight so pretty big gain their gold doing nothing much in particular thirteen hundred one dollars ten cents all right it's nineteen minutes past the hour let's get a news update here at baxter's in the bloomberg nine sixty newsroom with the big stories making headlines ed all right thank you very much bryan japan's prime minister shinzo obvious met with us president trump says the abduction issues.
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"thirty six month" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
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"thirty six month" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Your of the da he recommends thirty six months given the guidelines firsttime offender i recommend thirty six months in the judge there's no i will give him seventy two months what's the problem commercial goodell is the judge i know what she recommended but he has the final say in the profit the procedure in which think they went through the fifth laid out step by step there's nothing we can do half but not looking at it like it's court case it's not a quarter from death that's my point the procedure was preceded now it's going to go to court that will be determined by judges and lawyers spent whatever goodell does and whenever the nfl does they don't have to have that they don't have to follow that that but that's what i'm saying he's the final george in all their taller talking about your the thing is that even the police in the and the investigators found nothing right that's why the problem comes is like everyone talks about zico's he's the these star right no one seem to talk about her you know and like you said before once you get that label label you can't shake it in the uk is gonna follow it might be i think bigger picture what europe i was talking to us added the domestic violence allegations is that through this through the course of him defending himself he's going to have to reveal things about himself that are damaging which you already has roessler agreeing and the partying and um you know what he was involved with with her and that's can also be damaging to his reputation outside of just whatever comes out of the delegation rotman fred confirmed the yankees accusation that the red sox used apple watches from the dugout the steel opponents signs and relay them to the players on the field the yankees filed the complaint in july in the red sox admitted to using this tactic against several teams let's say goes into manfred and socks gm dave dombrowski on the accusation.
"thirty six month" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Thirty six months before your full retirement age epo power to get them all on excuse me what will be my uh benefit am own about seventeen thirty three someone didn't 33 uh in two thousand okay thank you great thank you all right you're welcome and be safe by their day houston texas with the based on a monthly reduction if you're if you're retiring before and you start your social security before your full retirement age they look at how many months before full retirement age is reduced so the question is how many months is that is that thirty six months or fewer between now and full retirement age the reduction this five nights of a percent per month if it's more than thirty six month that is a different set of calculation for the entire flight retired that it's a twenty percent reduction if you're retired 63 still it's like six them twothirds per you'd have to let's say 62 instead of that's the twenty five percent reduction so that last year's only a five percent reduction is that it was 16 twothirds bizarre it's why i don't know congress roses this way oh so so you're you're taking less of a reduction by taking you to sixty two stanage wise the percentage reduction from the c this two is the is the less percentage than from sixty five sixty five sixty five six four yeah it's it's a small reductions 512 super sentence that i was thinking was just that that that one year and then after that but but if you take it it's 62 while your's is reduced when they reduce it by the you know the twenty percent to sixty three and then they get is to separate calculations that they use extra they've got a table the tells them.
"thirty six month" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker
"With thirty six month contract for licensing and terms and conditions visit adtcom tennis star james blake is settling a claim against new york city almost two years ago while standing in front of a midtown hotel james blake was mistaken for a suspect in a credit card fraud ring and a plainclothes officer tackle them through to the ground and handcuffed him for fifteen minutes up and body sluman told me on the ground and told me turnover and shovel unoften and of cuffs on me the officer was later brought up on departmental charges for use of excessive force blake filed a notice of claim against the city of new york he's withdrawing it now in exchange for the creation of a legal fellowship in his name to investigate police misconduct aaron katersky abc news new york later this year oj simpson once again an could be a free man he has a parole hearing next month he is currently serving a thirty three year sentence for two thousand seven hotel room armed robbery and kidnapping in las vegas win simpson goes before the parole board on july twenty year he'll get a chance to plead his case telling the board why he should be released during the hearing simpson will be at his prison in the small rural town on of lovelock the board we a two hour drive away and carson city they'll talk via videoconference the board of four will meet and decide ride there if simpson is granted parole he would get out some time after october i abc's alex stone in winfield west virginia a wouldbe burglar was done in by his own weather g police found him asleep in a bed in the house he just broke it into the homeowner called 911 after coming home in fighting the guy and deciding wisely not to wake him this is abc news.