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"tim stone" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:19 min | 10 months ago

"tim stone" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"But never mind all that. Uh And I tell you what, why? I said to Michael during the break and to victory. I said, Well, why did he just notified China? And why was it just China, and Michael said that we know of So what other enemies of the United States? Did he call and notify and say, Listen, I'm with you. I'm going to clue you in. I'm going to let you know this is all coming from a new book. Which boy? Some promotion they're getting. They're getting a lot of lot of lot of promotion for their new book. But the book is by Bob Woodward of Watergate fame. I think it's going to say that on his tombstone will say, uh, Bob Woodward and probably won't say Robert, it will say, because that's how he's known. Bob Bennett wants to be famous, You know, postmortem as well. It will, say Bob Woodward comma of Watergate fame. That's what I'm saying is Tim Stone. And another type is for the DNC by the name of Robert Costa. Robert Cast a long time Washington Post reporter, and they have a new book, which is getting more promotion than ever. Any book ever. It's called Peril. Peril. P R I l peril like we're in a great peril because there's one riot at the Capitol, which went on for about two hours and There was some people that were misbehaving and should be held accountable. Many of them are still in jail being held without bail, Some say as political prisoners given all the rioters that were jazz cotton released Like we do along the border at the riots in New York and Chicago and Washington, D C and the siege of the White House, which went on for days and injured more than 100 and 10 police officers. The billions of dollars in damage. How many of those rioters were held in jail ad nauseam for months and months and months without bail. Now, that was January 6th, right, it's now September 15th. Many of these people from the capital January 6th event are still in jail without bail and tell you all the lot of the rioters that attacked police and stuff were released without bail on their own recognizance and Democrats City after Democrat City only to go out and commit more felonies, And none of that is a big deal. No book about that By Bob Woodward. And Robert Costa. Fascinating because they're Democrats first last and always, that's the most important thing. Alright, that's what's going on with them now. Let's say we do have a sound bite. Let's go. Uh, where we going? We have President Trump. We have a lot of good stuff on this. I, uh so the the book, they've got some interesting quotes. From General Milley. And this is an important question. You remember when Alexander Vin men who betrayed his commander in chief and stabbed him in the front and stabbed him in the sits back and stabbed him in the side wearing as U. S Army uniform. He's got his twin brother and the media loved them. They adored them. They fluff to them. And, uh, Inman told all this terrible call he had with the Ukrainian president asking him to look into the corruption of the Biden family, which is flagrant and global. And the media was very, very upset that the president would ask the Ukrainian president, president Trump would ask the Ukrainian president. About the Hey, How's that investigation going into all the corruption involving the Biden family, which should be ongoing here, too? And maybe Woodward and cost a should be working on that because there's a lot of corruption in the Biden family from Moscow to Kiev. Beijing and beyond. And then, of course, the art world. The greatest scam in the history of scams. Isn't it amazing? But the the process turned up a transcript. You may recall of President Trump's conversation with the Ukrainian president whose name eludes me at the moment. And um and we do We have a transcript of General Millie's call with with General Lee. All and also earlier I said Daisy Mae from the Dukes of Hazzard. I've got to admit I never actually watched the TV show The Dukes of Hazzard a few minutes, but you know, just for its Daisy Duke and stays. You do because any school child knows not days. He may that's from a comic strip or something, but yeah. Daisy, Duke, Catherine Bach. I think she used to live in Santa Barbara. When I lived in Santa Barbara. It did have a sightings every now and then, and they were noteworthy. But that's that's another discussion for another day. And, Yeah, Daisy Duke, because when General Milley calls his pal generally and China, you know, this is what the phone sounds like. Sounds like better than not done it, and, uh, hey, General leased on the phone. He's got a special ring tone for when General Lee calls. It's like the hot line and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Office. Hey, there's generally say that's how they know it's generally that's his his hotline with China. Apparently, he's got his own hotline. But I want to know if there's a transcript of this phone call the chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff and his buddy General Lee and I also want to know Michael Pearce. He raises the question. How do we know that? He didn't call and we're talking about this this morning. How do we know he didn't call Putin or Putin's commanding general? Did he call Israel saying, you know? Hey, we're worried President Trump is going to nuclear ran Did that happen? Maybe he called Iran. Maybe he called the Ayatollahs. You know, I guess General Soleimani was dead by then. So he couldn't do that. Um, unless he's got a very special hotline because President Trump put a you know, a bomb up is Yang Yang very appropriately, and the Democrats were opposed to that. And Joe Biden was opposed That pretty much favor our enemies. You may remember the Obama Biden administration, giving What more than $100 billion to Iran, which is the number one state sponsor of terror on the planet Earth, radical Islamic jihadi terror and the number one funder of the number one state sponsor of terror. Is, of course, Barack Obama and his funny little friend, Uh, Joe Biden, who now? Amazingly, even though his brain doesn't work at all as president of the United States and commander in chief United States armed forces notice we haven't heard a peep out of them now. I mean again. What have you determined that Joe Biden is senile, which he obviously is. General Milley should probably take the football away from Joe Biden because his brain She's a broke. She's a broke. All right, Let's go to let's go to some. Well, I'll still want to get something. And President Trump spoke up about this as well. He was on of all things, Newsmax. That's right. He was on Newsmax TV last night, and he, uh I believe he was, um, a Sean Spicer is he was on What? Sean Spicer. Who was earlier in the administration has spokesman and now an anchor at Newsmax, because you know that's a two way street now..

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"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:43 min | 10 months ago

"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg Quick Tape This is Bloomberg 11 3, now a global news update. The president and first lady paid tribute to the victims of 9 11 Saturday by laying a wreath at the Pentagon. The Bidens attended a ceremony at the 9 11 Pentagon memorial Saturday, observing with 20th anniversary of the attacks, as did former President George W. Bush and Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where Bush condemned violent extremists in the U. S, as well as those in foreign countries. Speaking at the flight 93 Memorial, Bush warned extremists in the U. S are of the same foul spirit as violent extremists elsewhere. We have seen growing evidence That the dangers to our country can come not only across borders but from violence that gathers within police in Washington are bracing for a rally in support of the January 6th capital Rioters. The head of the U. S. Capitol. Police says they're closely monitoring the rally set to take place next Saturday on Capitol Grounds and the next space X Dragon launch will have four civilians on board. SpaceX says the mission set to take off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center this Wednesday. I'm Scott Carr. You're listening to Bloomberg. Business Week With Carol, Master and Bloomberg. Quick takes Tim Stone oven from Bloomberg Radio. Your Bloomberg Business Week. We talk a lot about and we report a lot about gender equity. When it comes to representation at the top companies in the United States, that's a top companies. In the world. Well, the gender diversity in the alcoholic beverage industry has historically been not so good. It's been male dominated, but one company is trying to shed a little light. On that and changes that have been made in recent years that companies Heineken USA and we have Maggie Timoney, joining us now chief executive officer of Heineken USA, She joins us on the phone. From Connecticut. I was joined by my Bloomberg quick. Take a host Katie Greifeld. So Maggie Heineken USA has a new white paper out, titled Behind the label Gender Diversity in the alcoholic beverage industry. What? Prompted you to take a deep dive into this topic? Tim, How are you? Good afternoon. Greetings from Connecticut. Yes, we are. You know, I'm a woman and I've been in the alcohol beverage industry for many, many years and I looked around the room. Over the years and I don't see many diverse faces. So how can you say it took a leadership position and got was a cohort of senior females across alcohol, beverage and we had a discussion and we said, You know, it's really incumbent upon us to highlight the path and pave the way for the future generations of women. And I think you know it's easy enough to do anything and to raise the profile of highlighting the path for females and our and our future females in our industry, But we said it's incumbent upon us to take on that task and put it firmly on our shoulders. And so how do you do that? I mean, is that through recruitment or advancement for women already in the industry, or I imagine some combination I think it's a combination of two things. You know when consumers look at the think about Heineken USA to think about the brand and the same with other outfits companies, so I think we need to ensure that we market The people behind the beverages and the actual industry behind the behind the beverages. These are these are fully blown businesses with pianos and breweries and marketing departments and Finance Department and HR department. And sends departments etcetera best number one market or industry for others Number two. We need to elevate our recruiting programs. We don't do enough to ensure that we have a breath and depth and scope of coverage across You know different universities and to highlight in particular to females. You can have a big opportunity in alcohol beverage At the same time, Katie, I think we also need to level the playing to ensure that we are very flexible in how we show up at work and where and where you can work. You can work from home. You can work from an office. We need to highlight that to all of our future talent. Give us some numbers here. Give us some data about what you found in the industry and how it compares to other industries because I think it's fair to say there are many industries when it comes to the corporate world that Are dominated by men. Yeah, When we look at recent studies, the percentage of women and the sweet rolls across the marketplace remains relatively small. We all know that it starts at 21%. When we look at women and C suite roles and food and beverage, it's a little bit lower 20% However, we look at women in C street rules and food and beverage distribution. It's just 10%. And you know, when you look at general the sweet rolls, we know that it's dropped from 24% so You know, we talk a lot about gender diversity and you know females and their careers, But the numbers are showing that we're actually going in the wrong direction. So how do we sustainably bring these numbers up and keep them up and then build off that base. That's our challenge across all industries and in particular focus on outfits. And so, Maggie, you mentioned that the numbers are going in the wrong direction. I'm curious What role the pandemic played in that because obviously it's been a while since myself has been at at an in person conference, just meeting people organically to network. How does that factor and that we've all been virtual for really a year and a half? You know, I think you know if I was if I can link that a little bit too mentorship and Ally ship. Um, you know, When you look at females in the workplace, we need to be more flexible because Are the female voice is not heard when you're not in the room, and I thank the virtual has not helped females in terms of their progression or even staying in the workforce. So how do we move away from mentorship and move towards Ally ship so that when you're not in the room, somebody is speaking and your voice is heard via somebody help somebody else on your behalf. Hey, Maggie, Honey, can you say I just want to say that you've done that? We you know, Over 10. Years ago, we launched the Women's Leadership Forum. We have 48% females at Heineken USA and globally for Heineken. We're looking to increase. Uh, 30% female of females in leadership positions. Senior leadership positions by 2030. We have made that.

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"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg Business Week with Carol Matter and Bloomberg. Quick takes Tim Stone oven from Bloomberg Radio. Alright, Tim. I lost count of how many Fed speakers this week. There are a lot of them. There were a lot of them that included Fed chief Jay Powell. He was up on Capitol Hill before a House subcommittee He was talking about the impact of the coronavirus. Job gains should pick up in coming months as vaccinations rise, easing some of the pandemic related factors. Currently weighing them down someone who looks at today's world through both an economic and Wall Street lenses. Peter Atwater, adjunct professor of economics at William and Mary, Now, you might recall that he coined the term case shaped recovery. He also writes about the age of scrutiny. Stephanie right about Israeli, provocative and the age of scrutiny. That is spelled S C R E W T. I n y. What he says. Him is that he's writing about the third major financial betrayal in 20 years. That's what he's writing about, he says. After the dot com debacle in the housing crisis, the investment crowd will not take kindly to get another bubble burst. Here's our conversation I've been watching as I always do human behavior, and it's been fascinating to see in this cycle, particularly In the last 8 18 24 months where Attention Getting has been sort of the principal objective, whether you are a back partner or Mm stock. Um the the whole focus has moved to what I call illusion. That our business skaters are now trying to captivate an audience. And and this is a very different cycle phenomenon. And and it concerns me because at the same time you have all of these very charismatic. Um, you know, very powerful leaders talking about the promise and TVs and the promise in space and the promise and all of this futuristic technology. You're starting to see companies. Where that illusion was faults. You saw that with luck and coffee and wire card in green, Syl and and Nicola and and, most recently, we're seeing this. Being brought forth at Lordstown Motor, where the crowd is beginning to wonder what was real and what was fake. At the age of the coming age of scrutiny. It feels like in some ways, Peter it's a good thing, and it's interesting how I feel like in terms of cycles market cycles when there's things going wrong. Investors are kind of quick to get the bad news and kind of push for the bad news to be out there, whether via an activist investors or the retail investor like It feels like we get to it much more quickly. Is that fair? Yeah, but But I think so far, the crowd has shaken off many sense that there is a systemic issue. We've treated each of these as if they're independent, but I think we're Rapidly approaching a tipping point where it feels like there's too many of these happening at once. And that then raises a question as to what is real and what is illusion much more broadly, what happens or what's the outcome, and we've gone through the financial crisis. We've gone through the tech bubble. We've gone through. Certainly the pandemic, each of those crises and the impact on either markets and or the economy very different. Where does this all go? So we love illusion when we're watching a magic act, But But illusion is inherently predatory. And so I'm fearful that if people now see that they've been duped, uh Then then, that raises a broader question of by whom? And it's one thing to think that they've been duped by, um you know, startup companies where, you know, Okay, you've got very aggressive entrepreneurs, you know, touting the future. But I think that there is a sense that Hey, I've been duped too many times. I was stupid. The dot com bubble. I've been duped with a housing bubble, and I think there's a real likelihood that the crowd says That they're angry about this, that that that there that they want something done, You know, how could this happen again? And that's why I use the term scrutiny because I think people are going to feel like they've been Really, really abused in this. So who do you blame in this process? Is that regulatory lack of oversight or is it you know, money moves quickly. You know this through the financial system and and the financial system markets in particular, always looking for I'm not going to say how to game the system. But for that new opportunity, you know, and sometimes all of the transparency About some new opportunity. It hasn't yet been revealed. And I think that yeah, there will be questions as to who to blame and sadly curl. The list will be long because when confidence is high Scrutiny is low. We don't pay attention. We don't regulate as much as we might. Otherwise, there's a there's a whole social phenomenon. Um, and with this one, especially great because it's become almost cultural. Because we have this entire universe of influencers on social media, who are in some ways, portraying themselves in the in a in a masquerade as well. Do you think that's all dangerous? The retail investor crowd. I think that retail inevitably shows up late. That's what all of the research shows they are. They are drawn into it after an enormous amount of money has been made, and then they get very aggressive, very quickly. And so I watch meme stocks as it has a sort of a Parallel to other market peaks. And I think that it should be more cautionary than exciting to, um to the retail investor. Peter before we move on a little bit. I do want to just continue with your writing about the coming age of scrutiny and How you talk specifically about what Ahead will be a third major betrayal in 20 years, and that specifically, it would be more than just a pause or pull back. So what do you think investors or how do you see it that investors what they should be preparing themselves for? I think investors need to be prepared for far greater, um, re evaluation of risk both in the credit markets and in and especially in the equity market. You know when Archie goes failed The question was what would happen next and you're starting to see it. Credit Suisse. It's pulling back its lending to other similar entrepreneurs. And and you know big investors, And I think that that sea change is likely to continue. And so investors who have taken great advantage of Of ample liquidity and rising markets should should be prepared for a reversal of trends, both on the equity and credit site that was Peter Atwater, adjunct professor of economics at William and Mary. I always like talking with him, Tim because he does look at What's going on in financial markets with an economic uh, perspective as well as with someone who understands Wall Street, and so it all comes together in a really smart way. Yeah, it really does. Always a great guess when he joins us on Bloomberg Business Week, radio still ahead on Bloomberg Business Week, a trend that picked up momentum during the pandemic Digital medicine We're gonna hear from Doc Symmetries CFO on this week's I P O. This is Bloomberg. Mm hmm. Jay Farner here, CEO of Rocket mortgage and rocket companies. Last year, we saw historically low mortgage interest rates..

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"tim stone" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on WTOP

"For me to be diagnosed at the end somebody who is it does signal a healthy Facebook is giving parents more control over their kids messages Vicki Barker reports perhaps as more more Facebook executives have kids themselves they're seeing the light on parental controls parents will now be able to see their children chat history on messenger kids and users will be told what kind of information others can see about them Facebook's come under fire over its plans to expand end to end encryption across all its messaging services child safety advocates have warned that could prevent law enforcement from accessing evidence of child abuse Vicki Barker CBS news chances are we will never learned the identity of the loan sports writer who did not vote for Derek Jeter for the hall of fame the baseball writers association released the balance of three hundred fifteen whole voters and Jeter was chosen on all of those public ballots that means whoever did not vote for Jeter has chosen to keep his or her ballot private Yankee great will be inducted in Cooperstown on July twenty six Ford released its earnings report for twenty nineteen with a meager profit of forty seven million dollars compared to three point seven billion the year before W. W. Jay's Jeff Gilbert Ford's earnings hurt by one time charges as well as costs of the new U. A. W. contract in rising warranty costs chief financial officer Tim stone says twenty twenty will also be a challenge even before you factor in the corona virus we're taking the situation very seriously our primary focus is on please their welfare and their families Ford lost one point seven billion in the fourth quarter of twenty nineteen just go for it CBS news Dearborn Michigan in Simmons and Joshua Reinhard were pulled over on interstate ten in Santa Rosa county Florida going ninety five miles per hour and then there was that package in the back labelled bag full of drugs containing H. B. cocaine fentanyl MDMA and drug paraphernalia unless the CBS world news roundup I'm Jim Chevy CBS news the Dow rallied four hundred eight points Tuesday that was one and a half percent.

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"tim stone" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on WTVN

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"tim stone" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

11:48 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"We're talking about the Burger King Crown Card. Quick Garcia who produced my name is earl was given one because he worked at Burger King to collect funny stories when a writers strike kept him from his day job other cardholders George Lucas Jennifer Hudson Robert Downey junior Jay Leno. That's fabulous that is so Ol- fabulous and we'd go get Greg on because the tells me Margarita Villas G- GONNA BE K- Lounes wow that's great John Donnelly me an Infield New Hampshire. Use Eliza say that Georgetown used to play Catholic inquest AQAP didn't the python boys a documentary on that years back hang up and listen from Brendon in Arlington thirty-seven and I can count on one hand a number of good bunker shots. I've hit in my life. Thanks to Mr Tony Avenue approach to playing the trap. I will inform four my playing partners that I refuse to walk into the if I hit into a bunker. I will instruct them to take it out when they ask me why. I'll start chanting sciatica the Geriatric Jim Flynn and Cobra Connecticut Tony. Thank you for sharing the terrifying story of the VOL-. You didn't mention if you were coaching your pearls during the atmosphere wasn't a Vol- was a flying squirrel very large from western Winchester Virginia. If it had been an adult flying squirrel you would have done in your best chief brody. Turn to your wife and said we're going to need a bigger et. Le David Morris in Mooresville North Carolina. I only wish Mike Levin on hand in in Tennessee Sunday so the world could have seen his firemen form in action out they hired. The stadium was burning down at one point. They had to stop the game. Yeah yeah that was really good from King in Western Moines Iowa or little here always looking for more content. Can you tell me what time. WMA I may AL is dropping the podcast of the radio show of the podcast hoping it will be at least some time the same day podcast delays. Stink twelve noon Davey Jolyon Ascii from Montreal but not Zaillian ski from. I'm a big fan of all your sponsors but it occurred to me that simply safe is capable of contacting eighty-three eighty three percent of burglars. They might want to do more than poll them like you. I'm an English major so I apologize on Mathis lost. from Sylvester Bush bones your seventy one year old sport so I'm not sure what my life has become upon this year's. Tk Equinox Aka the the toy hall of fame nominations. I took particular umbrage coloring book. It's not a toy I found myself making the comparisons that Tim Duncan is not a hall of fame power forward because he has the lowest center. Coloring book is not a toy. It say Hello Book Book. I suddenly yelled at the phone would make coloring book guard ally Malone the phone it occurred to me. I may need a new hobby tames radiant Jacksonville Florida. I like waffles and it's good that you do this is from Tim Stone Storniolo Solo Madison Wisconsin dear GRANDPA Ellie Mae the seven eleven baby weight in eleven pound six Ounces Fiftieth percentile and measured twenty three point five inches long eighty perfect percentile for her two month checkup. How does the hammer measure up. Tell a future father-in-law Michel these you'd hitch his whacking the packers tired of an overly involved owner cheer only the publicly only team in league. We've got great cheese. Great Golf great drinks plus. It will annoy Wilbon go pack. Go if you're out on your bike tonight. Everyone is all these towns do wear white with this. Yes Sir uh-huh uh uh-huh ah and to mm-hmm in gain weight and purpose back here uh-huh. I do Eh mm-hmm uh-huh Sir in your ready the so they wanna stay begat presidents pop misguided little kid orange neighborhood complex enough. You don't make scape hot in the classic dance. Thank you give us live up to get tax. They want to discuss bye doc where we'd be when they call call for unity guy on the ruined. These converts shift you know become all assault on his promise. Just come home home without pitiful coupons as the Internet got. You're taking tennis shoes. World Make Communist flow positive. It does get up They don't want you to talk talk. Which would Eh Pizza. It takes Sir uh-huh. Uh Aw the yeah.

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"tim stone" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Senator Marco Rubio is taking steps to prevent Democrats from reshaping the US supreme court. Senator Rubio is proposing a constitutional amendment. He says will prohibit the packing of the supreme court for partisan gains Rubio rights to Fox News editorial and effort is already underway by some of his democrat Senate colleagues to work around the five four majority of constitutionally minded conservatives achieved under President Trump. He also cites talk of a crisis at the high court coming from colleagues like Senator Cory Booker and camera Harris heady warns it court packing quickly becoming a litmus test for twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate Bob Agnew reporting. Police say they versus it a man linked to drawing swastikas and writing death and kill the Jews around Miami Beach. Investigators have charged Sean Kenna with seven counts of felony criminal mischief. The Miami Dade County. State attorney says they will review the case for possible hate crime enhancements breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Just in time for the spring home buying season. Long term mortgage rates are down a bit this week, Freddie, MAC says the average for the thirty year fixed mortgage is down to four point two eight percent drop from four point three one last week mortgage rates have fallen substantially since the start of the year after climbing or watch of last year and peaking it almost five percent. In early November. Rich Thomasson reporting Rite Aid shareholders backing a plan to let the struggling drugstore chain stock price and keep it for being kicked off the new York Stock Exchange shareholders approved a reverse split of the company's stock. It will cut down the number of shares traded and boost the price or motor company's chief financial officer. Bob shanks will retire December capping a forty two year career at the automaker. Tim stone who spent.

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"tim stone" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on Movie Crush

"All right. Little more obscure, maybe I like major league though, major league that was the one with Charlie Sheen. Right. Charlie Sheen's, Sean McFarland for Pulp Fiction what's in the briefcase. I shot Marvin in the face. Bad motherfucker ago. Let me see the joy of the haiku form. Is you start to realize like the economy of language? You know? Yeah. For sure. Here we go Kristen Glenn kissed her for drastic park. Mosquito in sap all girl Dyno's make babies. Life fines away. God sound syllable tastic airy, creative Krista. Well done. And she said actually full props here. Kristen says, my son's girlfriend gets credit for the so this was a family affair. I love that. You h f have you seen that? No with weird, Al. Yes. Jason talk has one for that very cute cocker spaniel, by the way, Jason UHF. It really is great. You people think I'm joking spin the wheel of fish. I guess that was the thing from that movie. Yeah. That was sort of like drink from the fire hose with maybe one of those. I don't know wasn't that Kramer from from Seinfeld was in. I think he was sort of a screw ball game show host or something like that. I don't know. I would think the spin the wheel of fish might have been something that he did. Yeah. Karen knocks on here a lot. Thanks for your participation Karen for the movie, seven godless people. Die Brad Pitt the Kevin Spacey Gwyneth in the bucks. That's a good spoiler. Yes. That's only four syllables at the end. When is in the box. Let's just make a slight amendment there. Probably what she meant Patrick Gorman for ET lost and left alone. But Elliott saves the day phone, home, friend phone home. You should write one over there while I'm doing this. Okay. Can you do it? Well, that's that's okay. I'm going to read to more in you need to have one finished by the time. I finished that all right Kayla. Brian Earl buddy says I love dogs. Chuck hasn't seen it. So he will not get this joke. All right. Well, that's only syllables so Caleb. You're fired. Await. So he will not get this joke. Caleb. I'm sorry. I'm fired. Let me start that over Caleb. Sorry. I ruined your time in the sun. Kayla boy inch for dogs. Chuck hasn't seen it. So he will not get this joke. It features haiku. All right fair enough. And then one more then we're gonna go with Knowles pressures on from Mike, SAM's. He did the never ending story. This theme was too deep. Why did our tax have to die? Boob. Raise therapy. Wow. Oh, yeah. That's really good. Actually, you know, I've never seen that movie because the boob raise. That's the thing that he literally clocked all the things that most I got that movies, the boob razor these sphinxes, and they had these big breasts with like kind of raise erect nipples and shot. The lasers didn't come out of the boobs. They come out of the is. Oh, it's like we're looking is it like the fim butts yet, right? And then our Tex was the horse sank into the swamps of sadness, and then therapy is what you had to get after seeing that movie that she has a child. Are you all have it to more than we're gonna make you do this? All right. Megan Johnson fruit. She says fried green tomatoes edgy be charmer. Will do anything for Ruth secrets in the sauce? Good movie. Kristen Glenn kisser once again. She has to for two stone. Also, you get extra time. Why Irv is done? Doc is your Huckleberry. He brings hell with him. And then this one also Tim stone. No, bustle, how lewd you're a daisy. If you do why it you're an oak. Good stuff. Kristen I love that. I'm gonna read one more just to give you more time because Harry Potter, which is probably what you're writing there from our old friend..

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"tim stone" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

10:38 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Around the world. Dana radio dot com. At the moment that we have one thousand border patrol agents walking the line two thousand miles long that connects us guy Mexico when we're spending twenty billion dollars a year already almost agents on the customs officers on the drones the arrow stat blimps, the militarization of a border that already has six hundred miles of walls and fencing we don't need another wall. We don't need another fence because let me tell you this. The president has claimed save lives walls and live. Oh my gosh. She delivered it. Did you see almost messed up? Can we just go back just scroll back and just just at one point right before we started like the applause almost messed him up. He added delivered this line. Save lives, walls and live the Walt walls physically in lives. They've physically end them how they fall on you. They can earthquakes sometimes tornadoes the walls fall, sometimes a big zombie king riding on his Dombi dragon flies in and burns it down with zombie. Dragon fire the big ancient ice wall that the that the brothers and black built and the wall, the ice chunks of the wall and kill people like that that wall killed people. I mean sure kept out the white walkers thread millennia, but I mean, come on wall, skill ulcer, murderous in his mind. Walls are murder. They're made of murder. And murder. And murder. Oh my gosh. I can make fun of him. All day. I don't understand what people see in him. I really don't like other candidates and Mike. Okay. Democrats like, and I don't know what I don't know what it is with this, dude. You talk like people should sing. Vibrato dislike the. Remember this line to by said to the president walls. Don't save lives of wall in the lives. Thank you very much. Speaking of dead people that was another thing. So progressives just discovered John Wayne. Oh, this isn't gonna go. Well, no, this isn't gonna go. Well, so this guy. Okay. Can I don't want to be a jerk? I have to stop. Can we sidebar before we even get going? I'm not being rude. As some helpful advice. If you're sending on top, don't grow your back hair. Like the hair on the back of your head and comment all the way forward. And then put that as your avatar while you're bitching about John Wayne because people like me who are petty and very visual will make fun of it. And it's not my fault. I can't help it. You put it up as your avatar. You wanted me to do it clearly. So this guy I'm not gonna ask what this weirdo was doing reading playboy from the seventies. But he found. He's he he took a screen shot of what he thought are very problematic quotes, his name's Matt Williams, just on Twitter, and he's apparently does stuff on Netflix. And I don't even care. He's not even verified. So like, I don't even care. So he screen shot. A couple of quotes from John Wayne playboy asks well, what kind of films, do you consider perverted and Wayne says, oh, easy rider, midnight cowboy that kind of thing. Wouldn't you say that the wonderful love of those two men and midnight cowboy a story about two and use the f word for gay people qualifies. Don't get me wrong. As far as a man. And a woman is concerned I often happy that there's a thing called sex is an extra something God gave us. I see no reason why it shouldn't be in pictures. He says healthy lusty sex is wonderful. And then he kept going. They said so playboy says well Angela Davis claims that those who had revoked her teaching credentials on ideological grounds are actually discriminated against her because she's black. Do you think there's an truth in that? And he says quote, and this is his quote, he goes quote with a lot of blacks, there's quite a bit of resentment. This is a horrible John Wayne accent along with their descent and possibly rightfully so. But we can't all of a sudden get down on our knees and turn everything over to the leadership of the blacks is what he says, I believe in white supremacy until the blacks are educated to a point of responsibility. This is this nineteen seventy one interview, I don't believe in giving a thorny in positions of leadership and judgment to irresponsible people. So then he was asked by playboy are you equipped to judge which blacks are irresponsible, and which of their leaders and experienced and Wayne goes, it's not my judgment. The academic community has developed certain tests that determine whether they're sufficiently equipped scholastically, but some say said some try to force the issue and an inter. College. When they haven't passed the tests that don't have the requisite background pilgrim. I don't know. I can't do John Reid waste. There's like so much more. There's so many other quotes in here. He had said he was he talked a little bit about the Alamo and he was talking about race. And he says it's just as hard for white man to get a card in the Hollywood craft unions. And he was talking about. American indians. How he was asked to have they they played an important if subordinate role in your westerns what playboy asked him. Do you feel any empathy with them? And Wayne says, quote, I don't feel we did wrong and taking this great country away from them. If that's what you're asking. He goes our so called steel into this country from them was a matter of survival. There were great numbers of people who needed new land in the Indians were selfishly trying to keep it for themselves, and he goes on. And so this guy's like just literally. And then and then that Williams tweets full interview, which shockingly contains him bitching about young people and socialism because he went on and on about socialism. He was slamming socialism. He said it was so bad, and I don't even under. Wow. It's i'm. Wow. This guy. I'm so sorry. This is happening to you. He's this is a fifty year old interview. I mean, it's it beyond the realm of possibility to to think that people from different generations had different ideas where concerned culture. Because I mean, if you go back far enough, you're not gonna like what anybody. Anybody said at the time. It was it was just I mean, it was it was a different period. My gosh. And so now, I mean, I can't wait till they do Elvis, oh, boy, let's do overs. Now. One of the world's are we gonna go? But they they're they're freaking out and there, and he turned it. He was he's still trending on Twitter. Because they're mad at what he said in a playboy interview back in nineteen seventy one. A forty some odd year old interview. Crazy. So I feel like these people. Nineteen seventy one it was just different period back. Then I didn't even know how to explain it. It was just a different period back. Then I note explain it. It's a guy's opinion. Then I was waiting that is literally it like why why do we have to think beyond that? Yeah. I know, and it's his opinion. So what how did it affect you show me on the doll? Where his words hurt. You. He also said pilgrim. So there's some like appropriation right there. I can't believe people are so upset over this. It's it is. I mean, he was he I mean, he was reactionary. So I mean, this is just we should reanimate him. So he can apologize profusely. And then have to like have to have to have a conference with like, Al Sharpton and stuff. We should reanimated for that. Let's go back and before we can form opinions on whether or not we liked certain dead actors. We should reanimate them. This is this is we're not content to go and destroy kids or to go back to somebody's yearbook. No, we gotta go all the way back to into dead people's lives now and find something that they said that we don't like, wow. Got to go all the way back then and find something that we don't like let's just I mean, how far are we going to go? We can go back to the silent film era. We're does to go back to Charlie Chaplin. We're going to go back to Mary Pickford. How far back are we going to go? I'm just curious because I just I feel like there's going to be a lot of people researching you really want you really have to want to get offended. If if you go back that far, and you're trying to find something over which to be offended people. Have this fetish for being offended? It is really disturbing. Golly. It was a different time back. It was it was different time in the eighties different time. It was just different care it today. It's his opinion. You don't have to agree with it. And that's the end stop with this stuff. It's take. He said it, and he was still great western actor, and the searchers are still one of the best Western's of all time and. And all the and there was somebody who's like who cares these he's in genre. That nobody even cares about any more. And I'm like sit down pansy. Nobody cares that you say shut up westerns are some of the best show. I just I watched Tim stone again for like the thousand and fifty million time I can quote like almost the whole movie from beginning to end. And then there's the magnificent seven not just the remake Antoine Fuqua. But the original with Steve McQueen, and then the subsequent sequels after that. And we can keep how long are we going to go true, grit, the original and the remake? I mean, let's keep going. This is just so ridiculous. People are so just over just there. But hey, Ilan, Omar can go out and be all the Jews, and it's totally fine. So I'm just really. I just don't know. I don't know if I can take it seriously. Really don't know. Okay. Speaking of by the way, and these are also all the same people that would get that that think that the that everyone criticizing jussie smollet race hoax is how dare you like what you just used to have to report stuff Kamala. Harris, by the way was asked about that. Audio sound bite for this is what it sounds like verbally when someone stumbles and falls over Senator.

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"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For Facebook's fourth quarter results. Wednesday equity analysts are expecting a revenue surge according to estimates and data compiled by Bloomberg. But there is one corner of the Facebook universe that remains under the radar, and that would be it's video platform Facebook, watch emarketer estimates that while Facebook will take in close to double YouTube four billion dollars video ad sales. Watch makes up Justice single digit percent of that total for more on watching other Facebook news, we've got the Laos fire who covers Facebook for us. So what's happening with Facebook watch which made a big splash. There are a lot of questions about where it's been. So what's interesting about Facebook watches in the beginning and twenty sixteen when this is conceived. It was more about creating a different way for people to use Facebook one of the things that we'll be hearing more about this week. During earnings is how Facebook is really reach a saturation point around the world. In terms of global usage its biggest ad markets. So watch was supposed to get people to use Facebook in the more lounge like experience like one you're cuddled up in your couch watching net flicks. Maybe you would want to watch Facebook. Instead so far that has not happened. Facebook watch has a minority face its users. It has not had any really big hits. And really the company is is not getting to the point where they're competing head to head with YouTube the way they envisioned they would at least not yet to watch Facebook saying about it. Facebook is saying that they consider it a success? But it's early days that they know that there's consumer behavior to have this kind of active intentional viewing experience. But that they haven't really gotten there yet before one thing that's really interesting that my sources told me about this whole thing is back in two thousand sixteen when this is conceived Facebook was taking an average of forty five minutes of users time per day. But that was split up into little moments less than ninety seconds sessions on average people were looking at face while they're waiting in line or waiting for the check. It was these moments of the day that in aggregate turned into amazing gigantic global advertising business, but they don't have a lot of of sit down intentional view. It's more passive now. With results coming up despite all the bad news about Facebook analysts are still expecting the biggest prophet ever in a single quarter. Right. Well, Facebook has so many options beyond. On face beyond watch. This is a humongous business now with the likes of Instagram and basic messenger. And they're starting slowly to monetize what's app to most of the growth. I think we'll probably still see from the main Facebook apple just continuing to grow in emerging markets despite the controversies here in the US, what will be wanting to see though is whether those main markets have really reached a saturation point in terms of users in the US, and Europe and other places. Like right now, meantime, Nick Clegg, the new head of policy and calms is on board. You know, big UK former political figure what does he bring to the table? He is going to try to be the the independent voice at the top of face the telling them, here's what's going to work. Here's what's not going to work when you talk to regulators when you talk to the public. Here's what people don't like about you guys. Facebook has had a big problem with not understanding how the public view. Us how they how they work and how they how they need to get better in. So maybe he'll bridge the gap. But so far it looks like he is out there touting the same solutions that Zuckerberg has tired in the past which is more independent oversight of face a content policies in an expansion of the same tactics. They used around the two thousand eighteen mentor elections there isn't it in his former life as a UK politics. Meantime, snap in search of new executives the CFO recently left. They've hired or appointed an interim CEO Laura sweet, do, you know her? She is one of the rising stars at snap. I know there's been a lot of turnaround at the top there. So people can rise quite quickly. But she's an interim option they have said that they are going to initiate a search. So we still don't know who's gonna be the long-term CFO at snap. Tim stone was in the role for much less than a year. So it's it's going to be incumbent on them to find somebody who can really have. More stable approach with Wall Street. There's been a lot of volatility without sock. All right. I know you'll keep us honest. Sarah Frier who cover snap and Facebook for us. Thank you for stopping by. And apple reports Tuesday. Investors are already well aware the company won't its initial revenue forecast. Bloomberg's Mark Gherman looks at how apple went from trillion dollar darling to downgrading its earnings outlook for the holiday season. August twenty eighteen became.

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Motorola Razr Phone: The Next Comeback?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:07 min | 3 years ago

Motorola Razr Phone: The Next Comeback?

"This is tech news briefing on Tony Bruce reporting from the newsroom in New York with a flashback to one flip phone rendered obsolete by the iphone, but a stylish social status of yesterday. I am referring, of course to the Motorola razor picture it now with a foldable screen and a fifteen hundred dollar price. The once popular thin flip phone will be reintroduced as device made by Lenovo 's Motorola, mobility, unit and marketed by Verizon can Motorola, revive the flip phone, and how soon can you get your hands on one? That's after these tech headlines. Scheffel at the top of snap is underway snap CFO. Tim stone is leaving after less than a year on the job. Mr. stone didn't announce plans, but will stay on as finance chief to assist with the search for his successor. This is according to the company's securities filings this week his departure comes as the Snapchat. Parents struggles to retain users Mr. stone joined snap in may after roughly twenty years at Amazon, New York and Arlington Virginia traded billions of dollars in incentives for a shiny new Amazon H Q two, but the arrival of the new corporate headquarters could mean some challenges for the two cities case in point the F D N Y is feeling the heat. The fire department is considering reopening a firehouse that was closed fifteen years ago anticipating the tech giant's new Long Island, city campus and fears that it could strain department resources and the journal says officials from Amazon are meeting with the department city planning and other city agencies, including the F D N Y to figure out how they can help. Take two interactive software will pay the NBA and its players union as much as one point one billion dollars over several years and not just for fun. This allows take two's two k studio to continue making its NBA two K video game franchise as well. As other NBA branded games including smartphone apps. The journal says it's a window into the steep costs. Video game makers can face particularly insecure in starpower for their sports games. The deal reflects the growing popularity not only of NBA two K, but the revenue swelling power of micro transactions. The small digital purchases gamers can make while playing coming up as behold onto our smartphones longer. The wireless industry is looking for some new niche products and give you the return of the razor details after this. The Motorola razor phone is making a comeback. The once popular flip phone is being revived it will resurrect as a smartphone with a foldable screen and a starting price of roughly fifteen hundred dollars. The phone maker Lenovo is partnering with Verizon in an exclusive deal and the plan is to start selling new razor devices in the US as soon as February. However, it is still being tested. So the timing is not yet final. Let's talk about it more joining us via Skype on the line in Vegas. She's traveling is Wall Street Journal reporter, Sara Kraus's. Hi, sarah. Welcome back. Thank you. Thanks for having me. I guess my first question is, you know, we know this is a niche market filler of sorts, but why the razor in particular? Do we have a sense is the foldable screen buzz? And that translates into a flip phone we once knew. Yeah. I think there's there's a lot of pieces to it. But I think the starting point is it's sort of the sign of the wireless industry trying to. Find something about a smartphone. That is differentiated and has bells and whistles that are compelling to customers that are increasingly happy to just hold onto the iphone or Android device that they have and have had for two or three years. So this is something that both the carriers on the device makers alike are trying to figure out is how do we either draw a new subscribers or draw in new phone buyers by offering something different? So you have that. But you also have the foldable screen trend. That's going on Samsung is working on one as well. And then just the nostalgia factor of the razor. It was something that was hugely popular in two thousand and four pink. Wow. Was I had a silver one. And that was before the iphone came and sort of changed the game and really launched us into the smartphone era. But but I would say that this is both the sort of nostalgia. And niece play. You mention the days of cell phone past Motorola has tried this before how did it go? And why does Motorola think it might work now in this new landscape? I think perhaps. Moment in time factor where they have approval for a patent for a foldable screen. Screens are sort of a new dimension and smartphones and capability it's a way to marry this sort of beloved vintage razor form with this new emerging technology of the foldable screen again. It is a differentiator at a time when a lot of smartphones on the market are the sort of candy bar size rectangles. So it's a way to try to blend older new. I would say they did try this once before in two thousand eleven launched a handset, call the droid razor. But Motorola's market share really over the last decade has declined pretty severely, right? And we talked about buzzwords, whether they're foldable screens or whatever whenever we went on at the moment. One of them happens to be five G, and she will know the five G hype is very real you see a lot of the big carriers trying to figure out how they're gonna make five G work for them. I can't. Imagine that that's not at play here as well. Absolutely. So the carriers are all trying to raise to roll out their next generation of faster five G networks and part of winning that race on the consumer side as having you know, some of the earliest devices to the market that are compatible with those faster networks, so the razor that I wrote about today as part of a road map for Verizon that also includes five G compatible Samsung phone as well as clip on for an existing Motorola phone that would enable five g service so carriers are trying to sort of make a product and service game plan that will sort of bring them into the five G era. Sarah cross, thank you so much. Thank you for the tech news briefing, im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Thanks for listening.

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"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New York City for our audience worldwide and from London to Jonathan Farrow alongside Cain to as away from the bow. Let's get you updated on the news you need to know this hour. Shares of BankAmerica up four percent fourth-quarter adjusted annex topping analysts estimates. Some good news in the banking sector next stop. We'll get Goldman Sachs any minute. Now of snapped down nine percent. These social media companies chief financial officer, Tim stone is resigning after just eight months on the job and the next hurdle for British Prime Minister Theresa. A no confidence vote in parliament that could asked her government that comes a day after she suffered a humiliating rejection of her Brexit deal the Brexit chaos. Very much continues. Some of the news that we're following this morning. Let's get us some headlines as well and good morning to Michael Barr. Good morning. Michael. Good morning, gentlemen. Good morning, Tom. There are more meetings at the White House today, but little signs of optimism that a deal is close to end the government shutdown now in its twenty six day. Now, the Trump administration is bringing federal workers back on the job without pay. The FAA is bringing back seventeen hundred furloughed safety inspectors at the IRS about forty six thousand employees will be required to work in the upcoming tax season. Got about four hundred FDA inspectors are back on the job most helping with inspections of high risk foods Senator Kirsten gillibrand of New York has entered the growing field of twenty twenty democratic presidential contenders. Saying she's launching an exploratory committee. Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to ban the use of single use plastic bags at stores across New York and five cent bottle deposit to most non alcoholic beverages during his annual state of the state address Cuomo also called for legalizing recreational pond in the state global news twenty four hours a day on air tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg Jonathan Michael thank.

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"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thirty pm on the eastern seaboard of the United States and Rishaad Salamat, Bryan Curtis. We're about thirty minutes out from the start of trading in Tokyo and Seoul, two hours to go before the China markets in Hong Kong open up and Sydney is trading here at the moment with some scant gains there just a couple of points. The futures had set up as a kind of lacklustre day, perhaps even to the downside. But that seems to be changing now just seen Nikkei futures move up to where it could be a flat to positive open. And it looks like that will happen after we saw such a rally after the Brexit vote on Wall Street and the end the Dow industrials up two thirds of one percent details on markets coming up shortly. But now the top stories we got shares of snap down by more than eight percent in US trading that up to the parents of Snapchat reported that its finance chief is resorting Tim stones any being there for eight months. Sam says is departure isn't related to any disagreement over the. Company's accounting strategy finances other practices. I forgot to mention the NASDAQ one point seven percent in trading there, and the FANG shares did pretty well. And also apple is now releasing a rechargeable battery case for its newer iphones. The cases increased talk talktime for an average of twenty hours to thirty three on the ten s twenty five to thirty seven on on the max and twenty five to thirty nine on the ten are Bloomberg's Mark Gherman says the hundred thirty dollar cases another way for apple to monetize products already out there in its ecosystem think about the overall average price of an iphone. You can have one hundred and thirty dollars on top of that for the people who are going to buy this thing. Still try up selling them in their stores and online to consumers will sell them to channel partners like best buy and carriers. It is a popular accessory. There's a lot of name-brand companies that have made a lot of money on rechargeable iphone cases. And now apple has one of their own. For their latest models to that apple was up three dollars and seven cents. That was.

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"tim stone" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"I'm Melissa you're watching fast one ENC NBC first in business worldwide. Here's what else is coming up on the show. The government shutdown shutdown shutdown shutdown government, Wall Street is turning to raise red flags has the government stretches past its twenty four th day of the shutdown, and it feels like there's no end in sight is the DC chaos about to creep into the market. We've got those details plus. Fast food, stocks are sizzling. And there's one thing that's doubled in the past year that the traders think is about to catch fire. We will explain as much more pass money after this. We've got a news alert on snap. The stock is shooting higher after hours before turning lower. It's now down two and a half percent. Let's to Julian in L A with the details. Julia. Most snap. Just filing in eight k with SEC in which it revealed, two important pieces of information one is that Tim stone. The company's chief financial officer in principle. Financial officer notified the company of his intention to resign and pursue other opportunities. This is notable because he was a big higher, and he just joined the company in may. So a big blow to lose him his background was that Amazon. Secondarily, the company also saying that it is providing some guidance for its fourth quarter and full year twenty eighteen financial results saying we're finalizing our fourth quarter results and expect to report revenue and adjusted earnings results that are slightly favorable to the top end of our previously reported quarterly guidance ranges for each of the companies reporting earnings on February fifth and this news comes ahead of that Melissa slightly favorable, okay. Julia waited lately provided guidance. So this is a indicating at the higher end of that short. Juliette? Thank you. Julia Borsen in Los Angeles. First of all, it's never good thing to hear that a CFO of all C suite positions is resigning let alone so short such a short time after he joined the company, you're make this. So I think in the case of snap. They've had a retention issue with their their, you know, their core audience. I think they've actually had a lot of turnover in the C suite. I think this is the issue people don't really know in a world where there's a lot of competition. Whether these guys have the ability to grow, in fact, in there still burning cash, so to me, this is a stock that continues to be a no, touch, and you know, I don't know that this has to be a burning fire out of control. But there's there was enough. Their socks Alrighty down. Six percent was down like minutes ago. Seven and a half percent. I was gonna say this. I think the reason why snap isn't lower than five dollars. Facebook said so many issues over the last few months, I think when Facebook gets on solid footing again, and then re energize a self to go after snapping a Blida rate them. I think snap will be a lot lower. I think Facebook woes are probably why snap still has a pond. Plus the short interest is still twenty five percent. I'm still actually still long snap. I'm waiting for the miracles always darkest before dawn relates pretty damn. Talking about this. Be long at the one was. So for me, it was it was always a flyer for me. I thought they were going to get taken out for me. I thought it was going to be so much more than it ever has wound up being. So I've lost faith in it. But I'm still longing. But if you've lost faith, no one's just cut cut your loss on the by put your money someplace else. He's actually I wind up leading winters role leading losers role. And I usually take the winners and spin it out and buy a flyer because I want some leverage this was really expensive option. Call for me and it wind up getting cut in half. Yeah. Mill case you would jettison me like eight years ago..

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"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Business flash. Seventeen past the hour. Let's get you caught up on market action. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, we had equities pushing higher some stimulus for China, and some positivity in terms of the US China trade war after political recorded that China's Vice Premier Li has accepted an invitation for talks in DC at the end of the month right now in Sydney ASX two hundred pushing higher by about one tenth of one percent time now for the morning. Call Tatyana dairy is here. She is a reporter for Bloomberg's macro squawk. So we had an update for the equity market. That's right. A risk on wood here in the US would all major averages gaining share today and tech shares led the rally with the NASDAQ one hundred rising nearly two percent. But in post market mos-. We're seeing snap. Shares here down eight. Eight percent after CFO. Tim stone said he will resign and another in big FX moves the boundaries this decline against the dollar on that Brexit could get delayed fast. It's March deadline after UK lawmakers rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's deal faces a confidence vote tomorrow. Elsewhere the euro fell after used to be president. Mario Draghi said the economy is weaker than expected while the u on is sparing some of its losses after extending a drop earlier today an economic data had China releases new home price data for December while Japan reports producer price data or live from the break can use desk. I'm Tatyana Daria. All right. We also have a weaker yen where the dollar is concerned at one hundred sixty five that's giving a little bit of lift to Nikkei futures in Chicago. Let's get to San.

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"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From the Bloomberg newsroom in New York unvarnished moon. French president Emmanuel Macron is casting doubt on the European Union. Renegotiating Britain's exit deal after the country's lawmakers roundly rejected the one their government reached Macron's response to British politicians after parliament voted four hundred thirty two to two hundred two against the proposed deal was figure it out yourselves. He wished them, good luck. In figuring out a way to leave the EU in March without a plan is a strong defender of the EU and push for a tough negotiating position students in the Oklahoma City school districts with medical conditions that require cannabis are now permitted to use the drug at school prove providing a place for guardian to administer the drug and remove it from the premises after consumption. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and pick talk on Twitter. I'm Bob moon. From Bloomberg world headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellett. This update brought to you by sector spider. ETF's why buy a single stock when you can invest in the entire sector. Visit sectorspdrScom or call one eight six six sector e t snap Inc. Says chief financial officer. Tim stone plans to resign to pursue other opportunities. Stone says the move is not related to any disagreement on management policies or other issues. United continental said, it's financial momentum from last year will carry over into twenty nineteen balking rivals increased caution about fares and travel demand. Stocks higher SNP up twenty seven up one point one percent. Dow Industrial's up one hundred fifty five up seven tenths of one percent as stack up one hundred seventeen up one point seven percent. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg best with June Grasso. And Ed Baxter continues. From the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, this is Bloomberg best and it's forty eight minutes past the hour. And now, it's time for Bloomberg opinion. With congress refusing to provide five point seven billion dollars for his Puerto wall. President Trump has suggested funding it with money diverted from the defense department budget, perhaps by using active duty troops in the construction. This is a bad idea. Trump may not have the authority, and it would take money away from other important projects. And this would be the most blatant example to date of Trump using the military as his personal play thing upon taking office, he referred to quote, my generals, but over time he fired humiliated or ignored all of them the last straw for Defense Secretary James Mattis was Trump's abrupt decision to withdraw all US troops from Syria and Afghantistan such. Erratic. Pronouncements also make it harder for the military to do its job. And they continue the president's disturbing trend of politicizing the military. This editorial was written by the Bloomberg at a board. Four more Bloomberg opinion. Please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion, or Opie. I n go on the Bloomberg terminal. Thanks, charlie. Now, let's check in with the Bloomberg affiliates to find out what's happening on the nation's most influential radio stations..

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"tim stone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:58 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Orlando turns first news ninety six five WDBO. Now, the data show on news ninety six point five WDBO relate to make that decision. And I wanna see what the alternatives are. But I put it out there are places where we agree and a whole series of policy fronts, but there are places that I think the president can if you will elevate his game. And and do a better job to help bring us together as a nation. Is there any chance that you might emerge as an alternative for President Trump and run against him for president in the primaries in two thousand twenty no Iran before I've had that experience. And by the way, I acknowledge the president was successful. I was not he did something I couldn't do want. Well, okay. I still don't know if I'd believe what that he's not gonna run again. But I just here's the thing. I I hope he also realizes that the biggest problem isn't Trump? I mean, if he really wants to come out and do something. He could he could go after Chuck Schumer. He could go after Nancy Pelosi. I mean, if he says I mean just in March he was he was trying to attack the president and say that he was. More. He was apparently to the right of him on immigration. I mean, if if that's true, of course, he's gone back and forth on that a number of times. Then why not why not push for that particular issue? I think it's incredibly important. So anyway, I just fascinating stuff fascinating stuff. So this I have to I had something else. I was going to talk to you about. But I gotta immediately because I can't I'm totally distracted. So Trump tweeted out. A little bit ago. It's a daily wire graphics. It's supposed to be a presidential logo for Elizabeth Warren. And it says Warren and then underneath it says one one at a twenty twentieth. I know it's a joke about her false breath necessity. But then Brian Stelter tweets a screen cab of Tucker Carlson show from last night wherein they're talking about Elizabeth Warren potentially Ryan for president. And he used in the Chiron the lower third. That's the box that they have all the words in Pocahontas twenty twenty and that's the screen shot that Brian Stelter has from Tucker Carlson show, and he says FOX's eight PM show parodying Trump, putting a racial slur. Right on screen. Okay. First off, let's stop. I off. Trump is parodying everyone else because everyone else was calling her hell we were calling her Fokker harnessed forever ago. Other people were referring to her as li- Awasa and all kinds of stuff. So this has been going on for quite some time to attributed simply that to say that it's just the president. And to try to insinuate that. This government news because they're arguing that their parenting him is completely wrong. In fact, that network people were on that network on that network staying at before the president was even. In an office before we even had the election. I've been talking about this, and I have been on FOX and other people have you seen various different names for the democrat contender one of the democrat contenders for twenty twenty right? What gets me though, is that. Democrats have a presidential candidate. Who literally appropriated an entire at necessity for? Dane, she lied about it at great length. She made up stories about her grandparents being racist because her mom was a full blooded Indian. She lied about all of it. She came out with a cookbook wanting us to believe that Indians. Eight crabcakes. With some Ailey not kidding you. She did this. She doubled down on it. You know, she was busted by two native American to American Indian Genealogists. She ignored protests from actual American Indians. And she fought for her lie for years that is a far greater problem than the president mocking her for racist. Lee appropriating an entire ethnicity. Get a damn grip, Brian Stelter? I mean, she literally went in Brown face to try to get professional game. And they're saying it's racist or call her out on this. And by the way, if you're saying that Pocahontas is a slur. You're a racist because Pocahontas had great contributions to American Indian culture, and you're demonstrating a willful ignorance of history, and or showing your white privilege by assuming that the name of a prominent female American Indian is equivalent to a racial slur. Stop being racist. So ridiculous. It's it's asinine. She quite literally stole an entire ethnicity for years. I mean, it is insane to me mocking her for it is bigger than her stealing enough necessity. And yet somehow this crazy to me absolutely crazy to me. And do you realize that local media Massachusetts did a better job at holding her to account than actual cable, news networks like CNN or MSNBC? Yeah. I mean, she this. She just never thought that she was going to be questioned. She never thought that she was going to be questioned that was the problem. Oh, my word. This is I don't know. Maybe they should have a town hall. Have a town hall on it. And I think the president mocking her for it. I have zero problem with it. Don't forget we have a party. That's defending a woman. They get mad at you. If you have taco Tuesday. They say your appropriating and a racist or enjoy a taco Tuesday. But my gosh, they can have one of their presidential contenders. For twenty twenty go out and Brown face for professional gain. And if you even seen anything to her about it, you're the racist. What am I job? They're trying to guess let you into thinking that you're the one with the problem. You know, she wouldn't have lied about it or try to appropriate necessity for gain. We wouldn't have this problem in the first place. Stop it. Good grief. So Harry Reid. Who fell all over the place in his bathroom? A couple years ago. And his injuries. Look just like somebody from the mob beat him up. He first off this picture of him. This Newark New York Times at a high profile event. Can we look at this picture look at this picture from? He's got this cardigan on. I think that they it's like they tried to make him look tinier senior picture. A picture, but he. Really weird. It's a really very weird piece. The writer says they pull up to him mansion in a gated community outside of Las Vegas. And that's where he read lives and. They went and they the New York Times interviewed him, and he says that Trump is the worst president ever. Yeah. Okay. This is a guy who said that Justice Clarence Thomas was an embarrassment. He said the George W. Yeah, this this is Harry Reid. Remember all the times that everyone gets all upset over over Trump calling people names. Harry Reid called George W Bush loser. He called Clarence Thomas and embarrassed many, call Greenspan or political hack. Oh my goodness. It's like people forget that all of these other people existed and did all of this act. Like, oh my gosh. No one's ever called anybody in loser. Until Donald Trump. Hi, have you met Harry Reid? Have you met Joe Biden yet or look up some of the stuff he called Ronald Reagan. Good grief. So he is not a fan of Trump, obviously. And he says that he's he goes he is not immoral but amoral. That he says he doesn't have a conscience and his direct quotas. I think he is without question. The worst president we've ever had. Aw, that's high praise coming from Harry Reid. Thank you, Harry. I almost feel like that scene from one of my favorite westerns. Tim stone wherein Wyatt urp and his brothers. They just come out of the saloon where and Wyatt urp had one four then he's they're they're doing. They're running a gambling game in the bar. Name me, doc Holliday. And after he throws out. Oh, who's the guy who's the guy who who's the after that he throws out Billy, Bob? Morton Bill about Thornton was chubby. He still had his baby fat for middle aged, man. He was chubby and he got this. That's after bear with me. That's after Wyatt urp and Bill about thorns character. They had that amazing confrontation wherein wider throughout Thornton's character. Because Thornton wasn't running the the card game fairly pharaoh. He was doing pharaoh he wouldn't run in pharaoh fairly, and he slapped him upside the head a couple times and setting I skin that smoke wagon or you could just gonna stand there. And then he has to me goes are you going to do anything you just going to bleed and throw him out by ear? We'll thorns character. Like a coward comes back with a with a rifle and he's gonna. Shoot wider in the back. He's interrupted by doc Holliday whose reputation precedes him and thorns characters. Like, oh my gosh. Doc holliday. I didn't know you are in town. And then when he realizes that Wyatt urp when he realizes that it's wider, he kind of freaks, and they know each other there's one part where wider doc Holliday or talking I'm making. I'm really building the suffer one little just infinitesimal point here and Colladay looks over. And he goes, I did not realize we're still here. I'm sorry. You may go now, and that's kind of what I feel like with Harry Reid. And this interview all that build up for just that. But you get it though. Right. It sets the mood you understand it. I didn't get to this yesterday. But it fascinated me nonetheless, everybody's been doing these DNA things. I have I would never do a DNA kit because I don't want a company store my stuff. And then like other did you that what what company was that that bought access to like twenty three and me or something like that? I don't even remember I I don't know. I don't remember. Anyway. So it says. Man by man buys his family DNA tests and uncovers a pass that nearly destroys Christmas. Yeah. 'cause they realized that somebody who wasn't somebody's kid that made Christmas fun. Who does this? Oh, man. That that that makes it fun. My goodness. Yeah. So. Anyway. Don't do that. What is the point here have merry Christmas? Here's the DNA, essentially, you're sending your DNA Tarango's online. Yeah. I mean, that's pretty much. What you're doing? Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. All right. We're going to move on. We got a number of other things to get into later on. We will be touching on these stoneman Douglas commission calls for arming teachers. They sent that report that conclusion to state leaders, and I really dumb story from Wichita Kansas from Kansas paper. We'll we'll get that for you as well. In the meantime, as we get moving on with everything else patriot mobile is my cellphone service that has been going on five years now, and I like it because I'm not using my cell phone to fund progressive issues progressive policy pushes,.

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"tim stone" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

07:40 min | 3 years ago

"tim stone" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"In Brown face to try to get professional game. And they're saying it's racist or call her out on this. And by the way, if you're saying that Pocahontas is a slur. You're a racist because Pocahontas had great contributions to American Indian culture, and you're demonstrating a willful ignorance of history, and or showing your white privilege by assuming that the name of a prominent female American Indian is equivalent to a racial slur stop being racist. So ridiculous. I it's it's asinine. She quite literally stole an entire ethnicity for years. I mean, it is insane to me. Mocking her for it is bigger than her stealing enough necessity. And yet somehow I just crazy to me. Absolutely crazy to me. And do you realize that local media Massachusetts did a better job at holding her to account than actual cable, news networks like CNN or MSNBC? Yep. Yeah. I mean, she this. She just never thought that she was going to be questioned. She never thought that she was going to be questioned that was the problem. Oh, my word. This is I don't know. Maybe they should have a town hall have a town hall on it. Yeah. And I think the president mocking her for it. I have zero problem with it. Don't forget we have a party. That's defending a woman. They get mad at you. If you have taco, Tuesday, they say your appropriating a racist. If you have or enjoy a taco Tuesday. But oh my gosh. They can have one of their presidential contenders. For twenty twenty go out and Brown face for professional gain. And if you even say anything to her about it, you're the racist. What a mine job. They're trying to gaslight you into thinking that you're the one with the problem. You know, she wouldn't have lied about it or tried to appropriate enough in this city for gain. We wouldn't have this problem in the first place. Stop it. Good grief. So Harry Reid who fell all over the place in his bathroom. A couple of years ago. And his injuries. Look just like somebody from the mob beat him up. He first off this picture of him. This Newark New York Times at a whole profile events came. We look at this picture look at this picture of him. He's got this cardigan on. I think did they try to make him look tinier senior picture with. No nothing picture. But he. It's a really weird. It's a really very weird. Piece the writer says they pull up to a mcmansions in a gated community outside of Las Vegas. And that's where Harry Reid lives and. They went and they Newark times interviewed him. And he says that Trump is the worst president ever. Yeah. Okay. This is the guy who said that Justice Clarence Thomas was an embarrassment. He said that George W. Yeah, this is Harry Reid. Remember all the times that everyone gets all upset over over Trump calling people names. Harry Reid called George W Bush a loser. He called Clarence Thomas an embarrassment. He called Alan Greenspan political hack. Oh my goodness. It's like people forget that all of these other people existed and did all of this stuff. They act like oh my gosh. No one's ever called anybody in loser until Donald Trump high. Have you met Harry Reid have you met Joe Biden yet to look up some of the stuff he called Ronald Reagan. Good grief. So he is not a fan of Trump, obviously. And he says that he's he goes he is not immoral amoral that he says he doesn't have a conscience and his direct quotas. I think he is without question. The worst president we've ever had. Aw, that's high praise coming from Harry Reid. Thank you, Harry. I almost feel like that scene from one of my favorite westerns. Tim stone wherein Wyatt. Herb and his brothers. They just come out of the saloon wherein. Wyatt urp head one for them. He's they're they're doing. They're running a gambling game in the bar negative name me, doc Holliday. And after he throws out. Oh, who's the guy who's the guy who who's the actor that he throws out Billy, Bob? Morton Bill Billy Bob Thornton. Which chubby? He still had his baby fat for middle aged, man. He was chubby and he got this. That's after bear with me. That's after wider and Bill about thorns character. They had that amazing confrontation wherein wider throughout Thornton's character. Because Thornton wasn't running the card game fairly Farrow. He was doing Farrow who would run and pharaoh fairly and he slapped him upside the head a couple of times and said you're gonna skin net smoke Wagoner, you could just gonna stand there. And then he has to me goes are you going to do anything? You just going to bleed and thrown out by his ear. We'll thorns character. Like a coward comes back with a with a rifle, and he's gonna shoot wider in the back, and he's interrupted by dot Colladay whose reputation precedes him and thorns characters. Like, oh my gosh. Doc holliday. I didn't know you are in town. And then when he realizes that Wyatt urp when he realizes that it's wider pecan freaks and doc Holliday know each other, there's one part where wider been doc. Holliday are talking I make an I'm really building this up for one little just infinitesimal point here and doc Holliday looks over. And he goes, I did not realize you was still here. I'm sorry. You may go now, and that's kind of what I feel like with Harry Reid. And this interview all that build up for just that. But you get it though. Right. It sets the mood you understand it. I didn't get to this yesterday. But it fascinated me nonetheless. Everybody's been doing these DNA things have I would never do a DNA kit. Because I don't want wanna company store my staff, and then like other did you hear that? What company was it that bought access to like twenty three and me or something like that? I don't even remember, I don't know. I don't remember. Anyway. So it says. Man by man buys his family a DNA test and uncovers past that nearly destroys Christmas. Yeah. 'cause they realized that somebody wasn't somebody's kid that made Christmas fund who does this. Oh, man. That that that makes it fun. My goodness. Yeah. So. Anyway, don't do that. What is the point? Like here have a merry Christmas. Here's the DNA essentially, and you're sending your DNA to random does online. Yeah. I mean, that's pretty much. What you're doing? Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. All right. We're going to move on. We got a number of other things to get into later on. We will be touching on the stoneman Douglas commission calls for arming teachers. They sent that report that conclusion to state leaders, and I really dumb story. From a Wichita Kansas from Kansas paper will will get that for you as well. In the meantime, as we get.

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Snapchat, Executive and Chief Financial Officer discussed on The Joe Piscopo Show

The Joe Piscopo Show

00:27 sec | 4 years ago

Snapchat, Executive and Chief Financial Officer discussed on The Joe Piscopo Show

"Parent company of fox news snap inc the parent company of snapchat has hired the amazon executive who led the integration of whole foods market tim stone will be snaps chief financial officer is with amazon since march of nineteen ninety eight the dow was up ninety four yesterday the nasdaq added fifty five the sp up nine with the fox business report i'm jimmy persona.

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Snap names Amazon's Tim Stone as CFO

01:19 min | 4 years ago

Snap names Amazon's Tim Stone as CFO

"A look at what happens when you put blockchain and brooklyn together to really cool story where rob urban senior financial editor at bloomberg news to find out what's going on let's get a check on some of the headlines after the closing bell and look at the world the business here's charlie pellett thank you very much carol massar a big one snap says chief financial officer drew valero is stepping down at his named amazon executive tim stone to replace him stone is currently director of investor relations at amazon snap shares advancing after hours they're up now by about one percent an update on wall street the dow the sp nasdaq all venting stock did finish off their session highs at the best level the dow was up more than two hundred sixteen points ended the day with a gain of ninety four up by four tenths of one percent snp up nine also four tenths of one percent nasdaq up fifty five again there of eight tenths of one percent federal reserve reports demand for consumer credit slowed in march registering the smallest increase in six months just eleven point six billion dollars and with more here's bloomberg's vinny del jude is americans are pausing with the plastic the amount of credit card debt outstanding dropped the lowest and more than five years that followed a ten percent increase in the closing months of last year at the same time auto loans picked up any.

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