35 Burst results for "Tom Busby"

"tom busby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"tom busby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is plant based It's a little Australian weed And we deliver the DNA for the protein that we're interested in into the plant using a bacterium and the plant takes over That's doctor Brian ward chief medical officer of medicago a small BioTech firm based in Quebec City that's created the vaccine called COVID events The end result a non infectious protein that mimics the dangerous coronavirus which your body then fights It looks just like the virus And so the immune response is quite strong It's so strong the company is now in talks with U.S. health officials about buying the two shot dose and has an agreement to supply upwards of 76 million doses to the Canadian government which has already approved its use Tom busby Bloomberg radio What is dedication The thing that drives me every day is a dad is very on what we call them day to day for short Every day he's hungry for something whether it's attention affection knowledge and there's this huge responsibility and making sure that when he's no longer under my wing that he's a good person I think the advice I would give is you don't need to know all the answers The craziest thing was believing that your dad knew everything So as a dad you felt like you had to know everything You had to get everything right It's okay to make mistakes As long as it's coming from love then you know it kind of starts to work itself out I want him to be able to.

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Facebook Is Building An Instagram For Kids

WBZ Morning News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Facebook Is Building An Instagram For Kids

"With a new way to get its hooks into even younger users. Let's get details now with Tom Busby. Well, the social networking giant is not a big hit with kids, Jeff so it's building a version of the photo sharing app. Site Instagram. That's just for kids under age 13. Now Facebook has tried this before. It already has Messenger kids, a version of its messaging app just for preteens. No launch date has been set, though Wall Street hoping

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Jobless claims: Another 770,000 Americans filed new unemployment claims

WBZ Morning News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Jobless claims: Another 770,000 Americans filed new unemployment claims

"Get the update now from Bloomberg business. Here's the details from Tom Busby Jeff 770,000 Americans filed for state unemployment benefits last week for the first time or than expected more than the week before. Clearly assigned. We're not seeing much improvement in the labor market. Meantime, American companies that pay their CEO more than 50 times, with a

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Elon Musk Changes Job Title To 'Technoking of Tesla'

WBZ Morning News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Elon Musk Changes Job Title To 'Technoking of Tesla'

"Tesla's Elon Musk gives himself a brand new title. We get details now with Tom Busby. Speak well. Jeff, the founder and CEO of the electric automaker, maybe being a little tongue in cheek, but it is in official regulatory filings, He gave himself the additional title of techno king of Tesla's, He gave his chief financial officer of the new title of master of

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[TEST BURST] BuzzFeed layoffs Update 1

WBZ Morning News

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

[TEST BURST] BuzzFeed layoffs Update 1

"Today. Three weeks after Buzzfeed acquired the website Huffpost from Verizon and just laid off 45 people, Reporters editors. Other staffers, Buzzfeed says the website will is on track to lose. 20 million bucks this year. I'm Tom Busby

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[TEST BURST] BuzzFeed layoffs Update 4

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

[TEST BURST] BuzzFeed layoffs Update 4

"And just laid off 45 people, Reporters editors. Other staffers, Buzzfeed says the website will is on track to lose. 20 million bucks this year. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's There's radio. I

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Target keeps sales momentum going during pandemic

WBZ Morning News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Target keeps sales momentum going during pandemic

"Big sales A target's last quarter We get an update from Bloomberg Business this time brought to us by Enterprise Wealth Management, a division of Enterprise Bank. Here's Tom Busby, with details. Well, it was the terrific holiday quarter a target store sales up nearly 21%. That was more than forecast. Digital sales accounted for nearly a quarter of all transactions. That's those online grocery orders and deliveries, one of the big drivers there. Target did not give it out. Look for the full year, but still shares are higher in early trading. Just his Wall Street comes off his best day in months. The Dow up more than 600 points Monday. Right now, though, Dow futures just down a little bit down.

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U.K. top court rules Uber drivers are "workers" entitled to benefits

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

U.K. top court rules Uber drivers are "workers" entitled to benefits

"Setback this morning for ride share company uber details with Bloomberg business Here's Tom Busby. Well, Jeff, this happened in the U. K. That's uber's biggest market in Europe, where the top court there ruled uber drivers are employees, not independent contractors as Uber maintains, and won a court battle in California for Now. Meantime, that means they're entitled to minimum wage, overtime, holiday pay and other benefits. This could start a big change and how gig workers are treated there and eventually over here,

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"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tom Busby tells us that is, regardless of whether or not you have a job. Morning. Tom Tom Boy, Jeff Yes, Lawmakers try to hammer out another much needed stimulus package. A new survey from bankrate dot com finds nearly half of U. S households say their income is still below Where was Before the pandemic started. About one in six say their income has returned to normal, Not much so long way to go. Meantime, on Wall Street optimism is growing over the latest $916 billion proposal for stimulus plan from the White House. Stocks begin the day at record highs. Dow futures up 94 And an earnings beat from Campbell Soup sales up 7% is people stayed at home, the eight more soup and peppered Pepperidge farm cookies and goldfish, but its outlook a little weaker than forecast. It's anticipating Fewer people eating at home in the New Year. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Evidence builds that online learning is leaving students in the dust we get into that next. It's 8 39 commuting to work anymore. Tell your smart speaker to play WBC news radio on IR radio and get news. Check in with us and w right in your kitchen. 30. This is Dan, right? Here with Joon, who's very active and with that does have some injuries from time to time, like May June relies on Boston polo therapy to help her heal her joint pain without surgery. I've come to him for my shoulders, my knees my Achilles planter fasciitis Tauron rotator cuff recently. I've just come to him because I had a hip issue. And within the first shot of the pro therapy. I walked out of here feeling 100% better. The fact that Dr Frankie is so honest and he cares so much about helping people and he's very real, and that in itself is very comforting and assuring that he's just not doing it for the sake of doing that. He's very straight with you. He's very honest. I highly recommend the pro therapy. Stand by.

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"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Treatment for Corona virus and, in fact, was hospitalized for that treatment. He tweeted last week that he and his wife had tested positive for covert 19 and said he's taking rendez severe and steroids and was also receiving oxygen. Shift is well known for his roles in Man of Steel. Jurassic Park, the lost worlds in the West Wing, as well as the current series. The good doctor As back and forth, they go singer Taylor Swift is angry again about the sale of her master recordings. Swift posts and a lengthy and emotional message about the music executive. She continues to have a clash with Scooter Braun, who got the recordings of her first six albums from her former label, despite her objections. Issues with says she was never even given a chance to buy her master's back. For the fight continues for Taylor Swift 7 38 After Wall Street we go. Let's check in on the numbers on the market and Bloomberg business Here's Tom Busby. Well, despite the Dow and the S and P, beginning the day at all time highs, thanks. The optimism over mode Ernest covered 19 vaccine yesterday. Dow futures right now down more than 200 points to 06. Investors take some profits from the recent rally with the Cold Weather months sitting the U. S. Barbados, the Cayman Islands, Aruba, Puerto Rico, ST Kitts and Nevis, all trying to woo homebound Americans who work remotely. Why? Why not work there for the warmth and safety of those Sunday uncrowded islands and Zoom is suspending the 40 minute time limit on family conferences on Thanksgiving Day. I'm telling Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio College hockey tournament, maybe on ice next year, But if you want to get in some ice time, you won't have to look very far at all. Details coming up next. It's 7 38 smart speaker does more than play the hit That speaker could make you smart. Willing to play WBC news radio on my heart radio. We made us a renter's insurance for the stuff you love because it's worth owning..

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"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Morning. Fire truck crashing into a building on Washington Street in Dorchester this morning. W busies James RoHaas is there joins us Live, James, What's going on this morning? Yes, I'm here at the corner of Talbot Avenue and Washington Street. And this is one of the Bank of America. Right now. I'm looking at a fire truck with its front half completely inside again. This Bank of America crashing some time into it this morning. We're not exactly sure where this truck was heading, but not too far away on Dorchester Avenue, Charlie's houses pizza that caught fire. Completely destroyed Right now. The intersection here asshole Button and Washington is closed. First responders, taking pictures, collecting evidence, not much and doesn't look like they're much in much of a hurry right now. So I'm not sure how long this intersection will be closed. No official word of any injuries and Dorchester James RoHaas W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio. It's now 50 Wait. It's time for business on this Thursday morning Live to Bloomberg, and Here's Tom Busby. Well, thankyou, Jim, despite the outcome of the presidential election, still up in the Air Wall Street coming off big gains on Wednesday. Mortgage Eins expected today de futures right now on 384. Yesterday, the Dow shot up 367 the NASDAQ Up more than 400 on expectations that had divided Congress won't be able to pass any new tax hikes or legislation aimed at curbing the tech industry. Shares of Facebook of 8% yesterday We get planned corporate layoffs for October and a final weekly jobless claims data number ahead of tomorrow's October. Jobs. Report. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on W. B C. Boston's news radio. It's 509 early.

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Dow down 62 points amid skepticism over stimulus talks

WBZ Midday News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Dow down 62 points amid skepticism over stimulus talks

"Stimulus talks again on tap, but will they bear fruit? We don't know, but we do have Bloomberg's Tom Busby joining us right now. Good morning. Well, investors are worried Lori about the chances for another federal corona virus stimulus bill, But as you said talks continue today. Now, after stocks began the day sharply higher the Dalek triple digits right now Dow is down 62 points the NASDAQ Down three the S and P 500 lower by eight

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Study of Eli Lilly Covid-19 Drug Paused Due to Safety Concern

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Study of Eli Lilly Covid-19 Drug Paused Due to Safety Concern

"We begin with another drug maker, halting a study for a Corona virus treatment. Safety concerns air pausing Eli Lilly's antibody trial. We get the very latest from Bloomberg's Tom Busby. Nathan and Karen Eli Lilly says enrollment of participants in a clinical trial of its antibody treatment for the virus has been paused due to a potential safety concern and independent data Safety monitoring Board recommended pausing enrollment in the government sponsored trial. Lily did not say why the panel recommended the pause. Lili is one of several companies developing so called monoclonal antibody therapies, which can potentially aid those with early covert symptoms from developing severe cases. Tom Busby Bloomberg Daybreak. All right, Tom. Thank you. They're lovely News comes a day after Johnson and Johnson polished. It's Cobain 19 vaccine trial because of an unexplained illness. Jnj chief financial Officer Joseph will kills us. The company pause the trial on its own The public I would hope would look at Today's temporary pause and again be reassured that we hear a Johnson of Johnson and I believe across the industry or following every proper safety protocol guideline to its utmost degree. Book says adverse events are unexpected part of a drug study. JNJ doesn't know whether the person in question received the vaccine or a placebo as the company is not privy to that information at this

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Moderna Vows to Not Enforce COVID-19 Vaccine Patents During Pandemic

WBZ Morning News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Moderna Vows to Not Enforce COVID-19 Vaccine Patents During Pandemic

"From Cambridge drugmaker Moderna this morning as it barrels towards getting a Corona virus vaccine approved and on the market, it's 7 38. Let's get right to Bloomberg business. Here's Tom Busby. Well, thank you. Jeff Moderna says it will not enforce the patents it holds on its promising Coben 19 vaccines, at least while the pandemic is still raging now, that could prove to be a big help to competing companies and researchers. Looking to develop their own vaccines.

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Trading Volumes Could Spike by 8 Times Normal Levels on Election Night

Hidden Wealth

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Trading Volumes Could Spike by 8 Times Normal Levels on Election Night

"With a tight race and President Trump, who's already questioning any outcome that doesn't include him. Winning Wall Street is gearing up for an election night like no other were not necessarily expecting it out. Come on Election night. This year. I think it's gonna be a little bit different. That's Casey San Bergen, Global head of strategy at the tech consulting firm TRS Group, which is predicting trading volume on election night will be eight times its normal level. But I think there's just so much volatility and there's so much misinformation in the market right now. People just don't really know how to react. With that much activity expected in many traders working from home banks are already testing out their networks to see if they can handle the volume. Which could continue for a long time until a winner is declared. You know, the one thing that's that's a question mark is How long is it going to take the town absentee ballots and just not knowing when those ballots they're going to come in? Just adds to the uncertainty and Election Day November 3rd. Now just one month away, Tom Busby Bloomberg radio.

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"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"About to experience an entirely new process this Halloween in the age of Cove it But Halloween this year promises to offer a spooky treat in the sky. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. It's something that rarely happens. A Blue Moon on Halloween. It's part of a double feature with the first full moon October 1st, the second on the 31st. Neither will actually be blue. Unless you use a blue camera filter or photo shop. It's the term used to describe the second full moon in Amman. Better catch it this year. The next time it happens will be in 2039 travellers air not at all happy with their airports. In fact, they are happy, but it's all the wrong reasons. Let's check in with Bloomberg business at 708. Here's Tom Busby. Well, Jeff, it's never been easier than right now to breathe through security, baggage claim or the food court. That's because no one is flying and with no crowds and no lines. JD Powers New North American Airport Satisfaction Survey just hit a record high It looks like a pretty good day on Wall Street refuges right now moving higher up 221 points and China now threatening to kill the planned partial sale of the viral video at TIC TAC Toe. Oracle in Walmart, calling the deal quote an American trap and characterizing President Trump's involvement as a dirty and underhanded trick. Wow, I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on W. B Z Boston's news radio a big and sudden change for big time college football. That story is next. Keep it here. It's seven I'm back to school. Thank work..

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Around 1.8 million Americans filed for first-time unemployment last week, continuing downward trend

WBZ Morning News

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Around 1.8 million Americans filed for first-time unemployment last week, continuing downward trend

"Thirty eight the numbers are out on unemployment let's find out to what effect it's having on the markets here's Bloomberg business and Tom Busby thank you Jeff the one point nine million first time claims for unemployment benefits you just reported on last week well that was about a quarter million fewer than the week prior that's a good trend but continuing claims unexpectedly increased even though more business is a very open to more people went back to

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"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tom Busby what you see and Tom well Jeff stocks are down but I would say the damage is not as bad as feared on Wall Street minutes into the trading day the Dow down a hundred thirty eight points that's a drop of two thirds of one percent nasdaq down twenty nine S. and P. lower by ten not bad yet Jeff meantime more than a million people are infected with cold at nineteen around the world the death toll has climbed past six thousand this morning the numbers in Massachusetts are growing to and W. B. C.'s James Rowe Haas tells us the surge is still on the way the Baystate is just shy of reaching nine thousand confirmed cases in the past day the death toll went up by another thirty to reaching a total of one fifty four so far now though the state has a release the number of how many people have recovered from cove in nineteen the city of Boston says out of its own twelve hundred cases one hundred and six people have made full recoveries mayor Walsh wants to make sure others have the chance to recover and avoid getting sick all together for the next two or three weeks is a critical time for us and physical distancing right now is the key to slow the spread to limit the loss of life and for us to get through this so far just under fifty seven thousand people in Massachusetts have been tested in Medford James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio drive through testing sites are beginning to pop up but a lot of communities Quincy is the latest to details from WBZ's Chris fama this test site on crown colony drive is the first of two health care providers will open in the city and each will be capable of conducting several dozen tests per week part of an aggressive campaign of testing as lawmakers and health care professionals fight to stay ahead of the virus and its impending surge one of the reasons why we've been so aggressive about.

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"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Very windy on revere beach Boulevard this morning thank you Jim and how about this we know the news is very serious these days but there are some stories that you still have cut to just laugh about Laura Bassett of GQ magazine at a tweet that we liked we've been so worried about my ninety five year old grandmother she tweets in a retirement home she called us today to say just one thing she ran out of Tito's vodka and she would like a shipment please and thank you very much even the humor in retirement homes it is eight thirty eight so let's check in with Bloomberg business right now and the futures numbers have been pretty much all over the place this morning let's get an update now from Bloomberg business here's Tom Busby thank you Jeff and we could see some solid gains right now on Wall Street those futures as you said all over the place right now up by a hundred twenty eight points investors hopeful that the two trillion dollar economic recovery package signed into law on Friday is really going to help combat the spread of the virus also those checks for many Americans will start going out within three weeks lawmakers in Massachusetts and Ohio in New Jersey proposing bills that would require health insurers to pay well there goes Tom Busby this is what happens when you're dealing with new technology and working from home in a number of areas will check the stock market futures right now the Dow is up about one hundred points that's a stark turnaround from earlier this morning also getting the green light on the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq as well it's eight thirty nine and on the way testing in America where are we and where are we going that stories coming up next hopefully you're all stay safe and healthy many of you are probably at home now a good way to be productive while at home is to spring clean and it's an even better time to put that old clunker of a card to good use when you donate your car two cars for kids it will live on by giving kids a chance to.

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Macron and Trump declare truce in digital tax dispute

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Macron and Trump declare truce in digital tax dispute

"Trade tensions between the US and France appear to be easing with the two countries reaching a truce in their dispute over digital taxes we get the very latest now from Bloomberg stumbles be good morning Tom good morning Karen Nathan according to a French diplomat the U. S. in France will not impose punitive tariffs this year that's after a meeting between president Donald Trump and Emmanuel macron Makran says the work together to avoid terrifies collation White House reaction was more muted saying only that the two leaders agreed it's important to complete negotiations on the digital services tax I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg

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Elon Musk's 'pedo guy' tweet defamed British diver, as U.S. trial starts

WBZ Morning News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Elon Musk's 'pedo guy' tweet defamed British diver, as U.S. trial starts

"And Tesla CEO Elon musk goes on trial today in a defamation lawsuit over his tweets last year calling a British diver who helped rescue a youth soccer team in a flooded cave in Thailand a pedal guy inferring without any proof he was a paedophile now he's facing a lawsuit I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's

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"tom busby" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Tom Busby stand by Bloomberg John we have a kind of a saying that this could be the slowdown looks to be happening up happening perhaps on a global scale yeah it looks real now US trade talks with China will resume this Thursday in Washington Beijing though asking for a narrower scope of what's under discussion but now there are worries that trade war maybe causing a slow down both here and globally this time it's from a group called Nate that's the national association for business economics says but the president's battle with China will contribute to a slot sharp slowdown in U. S. economic growth this year and next that of course is an election year yeah looking at growth this year of two point three percent of its still solid two point three percent however Mike that's down from June's predictions of two point six percent so we see a trend here all right then we have Monsanto who makes roundup roundup under question is whether or not it's tied to cancer and that the case was also in Saint Louis would you say yes Merritt St Louis that's right now there was a the last scheduled trial for this year of roundup it was made by meant Monsanto Monsanto last year was bought by a German company called bear and there may be a settlement before this trial takes place both sides have asked for a postponement that's often the signal that a settlement may be in the works before anything I you know they're facing thousands of lawsuits and there but they've already lost everyone them yeah there yeah so it's not good so if they can settle something before lawsuit it might work out in their favor okay well you know who awful looking ahead on Wall Street stock futures they were way down there still lower that's on jitters about US trade talks with China right now though we're looking at a fifty three point loss in the Dow nineteen points and the nasdaq in just nine points for the S. and P. five hundred from the Bloomberg news room I'm Tom Busby on newsradio seven hundred WLW.

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"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"tom busby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Tom Busby from Bloomberg world headquarters hurricane Barry made landfall earlier today in Louisiana but not before lifting energy prices this past week after oil and natural gas production in the Gulf of Mexico was slashed in half shipping on the Mississippi River disrupted and crops like cotton and sugar threatened with rain that'll be measured in feet US treasury secretary Stephen Manutius is warning Congress that the U. S. debt ceiling should be raised before lawmakers leave for their August recess Uncle Sam could run out of money in September unless the government is able to borrow more a setback for software giant oracle a judge on Friday struck down a lawsuit claiming that the Pentagon's ten billion dollar cloud computing contract known as Jenna hi was rigged in favor of Amazon no decision has been made yet about the deal but Microsoft and Amazon are considered the front runners beer giant Anheuser Busch InBev scrapping plans for an initial public stock offering of its Asian brewing operation citing market conditions a federal judge ruling that E. cigarette makers like jul labs have to submit applications the federal regulators by may of next year in order to keep their products on store shelves Bloomberg Charlie Pellett has more Tom the ruling was the result of a court case brought by anti tobacco and public health groups after the FDA have delayed an earlier application deadline the groups argue that the agency had abdicated its duty to regulate the products which have been blamed for a rise of youth use of vaping products the FDA began overseeing the cigarettes in twenty sixteen under the Obama administration after president trump took office in twenty seventeen the agency pushed back until August of twenty twenty two the application deadline for a safety and public health review Charlie palette Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Tom Busby this is Bloomberg this.

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"tom busby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Tom Busby from Bloomberg world headquarters some tough news for some big U. S. tech firms like Google Amazon and Facebook France's lower house of parliament today is approved a first of its kind tax on internet giants aimed at stopping those companies from avoiding all taxes by setting up headquarters in low tax E. U. countries the bill which goes to France's Senate next week is looking for a three percent tax on all revenues made in France all US stock and bond markets closed today for the holiday one day after the Dow the nasdaq and the S. and P. five hundred each closed at a fresh record high ahead of Friday's June jobs report in Asia the markets ended mixed overnight the Nikkei in Japan rose three tenths of one percent the hang sang in Hong Kong down two tenths of one percent China C. S. I. three hundred ending half of one percent lower European markets are mixed in very light trading today right now the footsie in London is flat on the day the CAC in Paris up nearly one tenth of one percent the dachshund Germany up a little more than one tenth of one percent twelve hundred technicians from German auto giants BMW and Daimler will team up to work together on self driving auto technology and uber and lift may of headline this year's IPO blitz what lesser known companies like beyond meat and zoom video communications help investors reap big rewards Bloomberg's Courtney Donahoe has more stellar gains by the meatless burger maker and video conferencing firm help deliver an exceptionally strong first half for U. S. initial public offerings the ninety three companies that have gone public were up an average of thirty percent as of June twenty eighth according to data compiled by Bloomberg year to date U. S. IPO proceeds were also the best since two thousand nine at forty billion dollars we work peloton and posh mark among the companies preparing IPOs later this year Courtney Donahoe Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Tom Busby and this is Bloomberg Bloomberg best inside in the contest get from our guests it's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the Bloomberg stories you're not going to find any other news organization Bloomberg's best stories of the week powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than a hundred twenty countries around the world from the interactive brokers.

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"tom busby" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"One past CNBC's. Tom Busby, reminds us, we're turning the calendar and approaching the mid year point it morning, John. It's Friday, the last trading day of may which will likely be the first losing month of the year on Wall Street because of the US trade war with China, and that battle will heat up at midnight eastern time tonight as China starts collecting tariffs on sixty billion dollars worth of American made goods business software, giant Salesforce, now refusing to allow its customers, like big retailers to use its technology to sell semiautomatic weapons. Some backlash out of Hollywood Warner media, NBC universal, a sister company to CNBC are joining Disney and net flicks. They're all threatening to move film production out of Georgia. If a tough new abortion law goes into effect, their GM, investing twenty four million dollars into a plant that has an Indiana to make more pickup trucks, demand is so high. The e cigarette maker jewel now considering opening up its own smoke shops in Texas and Disney's one billion dollar Star Wars galaxies edge theme park opens today at Disneyland in California. So we have a software company threatening not to do business with retailers that sell guns. This is a very controversial stand by Salesforce, which is the dominant maker of business software. It has forty thousand employees. It's worth about one hundred twenty million bucks, even though you may not have heard of it, what it's doing is banning retailers from using any of its e commerce technology, if they sell automatic, or semi automatic weapons and accessories that includes large capacity magazines and bump, stocks even three D printed guns, one retailer Camping World has already been told stop selling those weapons or stop, using Salesforce, software. Now this stand by the CEO of Salesforce, comes after the mass shooting last year, at that high school in parkland, Florida. And that's when other companies notably dick sporting goods. Stop selling all. Auto Matic weapons, WalMart, too. But some gun rights advocates say the ban violates the second amendment saying it discriminates against gun owners. There's CNBC's Tom Busby, at twenty three pass the Commerce Department says the nation's economic growth rate came in at three point one percent for the first three months of the year. Correspondent Jan Johnson has details manufacturing retail sales housing exports fell last month, but that didn't stop the GDP from painting, a picture of solid growth for the first quarter down slightly from initial estimates. But up nearly a point from the fourth quarter of last year when the economy grew at a two point two percent pace inflation, pressures were much weaker than expected up just one percent from last quarter, supporting the Federal Reserve's most recent decision to hold interest rates steady Jan Johnson Washington coming up on.

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Game of Thrones season 8 is coming

America's Morning News

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Game of Thrones season 8 is coming

"Tom Busby reports on the return of game of thrones for its eighth and final season is poised to obliterate television viewing records could be one of the most watched shows ever, and it should after a staggering ninety million dollar marketing budget and HBO contest involved. Hiding six iron thrones all around the world in Sweden Brazil, Spain England, the US and Canada. Adidas put limited edition game of thrones shoes. Johnny Walker has a special white Walker whisky Moundou with a cold activated. Can when you refrigerate it shows Arias kill list. There's even game of thrones Oreos millions will be watching. But the challenge now for HBO is when this popular show ends it's got a hold onto those subscribers getting them hooked on other shows before the

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"tom busby" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on KOMO

"Tom Busby has business headlines and a glimpse into the market dive yesterday. Good morning. John stocks coming off a tumble on Tuesday. The Dow down three hundred points after a sharp drop in existing home sales in December. They hit a three year low a weakened forecast for global economic growth and uncertainty over trade talks between the US and China. A lot of mixed news on jobs FedEx now, offering voluntary buyouts to some workers. No word yet. If layoffs are next San Francisco based food delivery company montre suddenly closed down all operations putting hundreds of people out of work, but Waymo Google self driving car unit will open a plant this year near Detroit, creating four hundred new jobs to mass produce those self driving vehicles and Microsoft owned linked in expanding its operations in Omaha could more than double its workforce there to a thousand people for a limited time KFC is selling a gravy scented candle right now only in Britain, and it's every parent's worst. Nightmare hitting store. Shelves this week a sour patch kids breakfast cereal. Courtesy of post. All right. So interest rates are low, but housing numbers are still off. What's the story there? Well, it's a pretty weak ending to a difficult year in housing, and it's raising fears about an even worse year ahead with those sales falling to the lowest level in over three years. Despite loan rates actually dipping lower compared to the same month a year ago sales are down ten percent. So what gives more than anything else a lack of homes on the market and the ones that are for sale just cost way too much for many would be buyers home sellers unlikely to lower prices. The national association of realtors says the one thing that can really give the housing market. The boosted needs is lower mortgage rates. One more thing they also be affecting sales. The Trump administration's 2017 tax law changes which actually re joining a home by lowering the cap for deducting mortgage interest and limiting the amount of state and local taxes you can deduct right. Tom Busby of CNBC at twenty three. After researchers suggest the government should be investing in retraining, men and women who will be losing their jobs to technology. Correspondent Jan Johnson. Reports study by the World Economic Forum holding its annual meeting in Switzerland says one point four million mirror. Are likely to lose their jobs to robots and other automation. And businesses can only be expected to profitably retrain about a fourth of the sideline workforce that the researchers suggest put success in the hands of government retraining workers in similar scales. With a promise a better pay for them and a reimbursement for the government in higher tax revenues and lower unemployment costs. I'm Jan Johnson. It's now twenty four after when America in the morning continues zoo resorts to.

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YouTube bans dangerous pranks after Bird Box, Tide Pod challenges

America in the Morning

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

YouTube bans dangerous pranks after Bird Box, Tide Pod challenges

"Box starring Sandra. Bullock, inspired people to film themselves walking around blindfolded even driving around with one. In Utah team getting very seriously injured YouTube was forced to revise its rules. Not everything is being banned. Though. The company says it's not the end of viral videos, and it'll still allow things like Jimmy Kimmel's videos, have parents telling kids after Halloween candy trick or treat. Tom Busby of CNBC Twenty-three. After automaker Hundai is issuing a recall on some Kia models to fix a problem that could cause engine fires. Correspondent Jan Johnson. Reports both Kia and Hyundai have been dogged by complaints about fuel pipe issues that led to engine failure. And multiple reports of fires. Both Korean automakers are under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The agency oversees recalls even though it's largely shut

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YouTube bans dangerous pranks after Bird Box, Tide Pod challenges

Jim Bohannon

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

YouTube bans dangerous pranks after Bird Box, Tide Pod challenges

"Even driving around with one. In Utah team getting very seriously injured YouTube was forced to revise its rules. Not everything is being banned. Though. The company says it's not the end of viral videos in it'll still allow things like Jimmy Kimmel's videos of parents telling kids after Halloween candy trick or treat. Tom Busby of CNBC Twenty-three after automaker. Hon dies issuing a recall on some Kia models to fix a problem that could cause engine fires. Correspondent Jan Johnson. Reports Kia and Hyundai have been dogged by complaints about fuel pipe issues that led to engine failure. And multiple reports of fires. Both Korean automakers are under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration the agency oversees recalls, but even though it's largely shut down because of the budget impasse in Washington Kia says it's

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"tom busby" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"News now with CNBC's, Tom Busby. Good morning. Tom Wall Street coming off a week of pretty strong gains for all the major averages. But the new earning season kicks off today. And a lot of investors are worried about lower profits and all the big banks today is day twenty four that partial government shutdown now, the longest one ever and the s&p says if it lasts two more weeks the economy will take a six billion dollar hit that's more than what the president wants for his border wall with Mexico. We could see the end of Sears today. That's if the retailers board decides that a five billion dollar offer to keep hundreds of stores open is good enough or not Google plans on building a new data center in central Minnesota. That'll be powered by two giant wind turbines. It'll create fifty new jobs, and if you think tipping is out of control, listen to this cut rate carrier frontier. Airlines now asking passengers to tip their flight attendants, Tom what's the latest on that Sears? Auction today. Well, Sears used to be the Amazon of its day. But now, it's a death's door. The one hundred twenty six year old retail giant will be auctioned off in a New York City. Bankruptcy court today. And there's just one bid right now to save it. It comes from the chains. Chairman Eddie Lampert who's been keeping Sears alive for years? He's offering five billion dollars that's up from four point four billion a week ago. Sears is board will decide whether to accept that sweetened offer from Lampert who wants to keep four hundred twenty five stores open and say fifty thousand jobs and sell all the others. Otherwise, creditors will get what they want all remaining Sears and KMart stores will shut down liquidation sales will begin. And then the land that those stores are sitting on. We'll all be sold off. We'll find out later today. CNBC's? Tom Busby, Tom. Thank you, which Twenty-three past the hour. This is America in the morning. The first auto show of the year begins today. Correspondent Sierra Crawford has a preview of the final Detroit auto show to be held in winter this year would. Would definitely be one for the books says is the last time the motor city will host the North American International auto show in January starting next year. It will move to June. So companies can deliver more dynamic exhibits outside of four walls..

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"tom busby" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"News now with CNBC's, Tom Busby. Good morning, Tom. Good morning. Chris New Year's day is a federal holiday all state and federal offices are closed along with the post office all banks and all US stock and bond markets now even though stocks notch. Some pretty good gains on Monday. The Dow yesterday up two hundred sixty five points on signs of progress in trade talks with China last month was the worst December on Wall Street since the great depression, nineteen thirty one it's a huge day for shopping today. Lots of sales at department stores and auto dealerships. A new year means a whole lot of new laws going into effect like higher minimum wage laws in about twenty states giving millions of people arrays starting today. And fidelity says nearly a third of all Americans plan to make a financial New Year's resolution this year and the top three goals are saving more money paying down debt and spending less Thompson new laws to know about today. Yeah, there's a bunch of new laws going. Effect today or early this year like legalizing marijuana accepting bets on sporting events. That are sure to impact a ton of people's lives. Twenty one states and Washington DC will increase their minimum wages this year. Most of them starting today in New York City. Most businesses will have to pay workers at least fifteen bucks an hour in March. A new federal overtime rule could make millions more Americans like salaried store managers eligible for higher overtime pay. Some states will start collecting sales tax today on goods bought over the internet hospitals now require to post online a list of their prices what they charge for common medical procedures. California banning pet store owners from selling dogs, cats and rabbits from so-called puppymills. Meantime, new law Hawaii makes it a crime to falsely presented an animal as a service animal. You could be fined as much as five hundred bucks CNBC's. Tom Busby, Tom. Thank you. We're coming up on twenty four past the hour America in the morning. Twenty nineteen could be a tough year for home buyers. Here's correspondent caters that the growth in property values has slowed and the inventory of homes on the market is rising. But according to real estate research firm, Zillow climbing interest rates could have a real impact on the sector. If mortgage rates rise to five and a half percent. The typical household looking to spend no more than thirty percent of.

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"tom busby" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"News now with CNBC's, Tom Busby. Good morning, Tom. Good morning. Chris New Year's day is a federal holiday all state and federal offices are closed along with the post office all banks and all US stock and bond markets now even though stocks notch. Some pretty good gains on Monday. The Dow yesterday up two hundred sixty five points on signs of progress in trade talks with China last month was the worst December on Wall Street since the great depression, nineteen thirty one it's a huge day for shopping today. Lots of sales at department stores and auto dealerships. A new year means a whole lot of new laws going into effect like higher minimum wage laws in about twenty states giving millions of people array starting today at fidelity says nearly a third of all Americans plan to make financial New Year's resolution this year and the top three goals are saving more money paying down debt and spending less Thompson new laws to know about today. Yeah, there's a bunch of new laws going into effect. Today or early this year like legalizing marijuana accepting bets on sporting events. That are sure to impact a ton of people's lives. Twenty one states and Washington DC will increase their minimum wages this year. Most of them starting today in New York City. Most businesses will have to pay workers at least fifteen bucks an hour in March. A new federal overtime rule could make millions more Americans like salaried store managers eligible for higher overtime pay. Some states will start collecting sales tax today on goods bought over the internet hospitals now required to post online a list of their prices what they charge for common medical procedures. California banning pet store owners from selling dogs, cats and rabbits from so-called puppymills. Meantime, a new law in Hawaii makes it a crime to falsely present an animal as a service animal, you could be five as much as five hundred bucks CNBC's. Tom Busby, Tom. Thank you. We're coming up on twenty four past the hour on America in the morning. Twenty nine thousand could be a tough year for home buyers. Correspondent and says that the growth in property values has slowed and the inventory of homes on the market is rising. But according to real estate research firm, Zillow climbing interest rates could have a real impact on the sector. If mortgage rates rise to five and a half percent. The typical household looking to spend no more than thirty percent of.

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"tom busby" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"tom busby" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"News now with CNBC's, Tom Busby. Good morning, Tom. Good morning. Chris New Year's day is a federal holiday all state and federal offices are closed along with the post office, all banks and all US stock and bond markets. Now, even though stocks knock some pretty good gains on Monday. The Dow yesterday of two hundred sixty five points on signs of progress in trade talks with China last month was the worst December on Wall Street since the great depression, nineteen thirty one it's a huge day for shopping today. Lots of sales at department stores and auto dealerships. A new year means a whole lot of new laws going into effect like higher minimum wage laws in about twenty states giving millions of people arrays starting today at fidelity says nearly a third of all Americans plan to make a financial New Year's resolution this year and the top three goals are saving more money paying down debt and spending less Thompson new laws to know about today. Yeah, there's a bunch of new laws going into. Effect today or early this year like legalizing marijuana accepting bets on sporting events. That are sure to impact a ton of people's lives. Twenty one states and Washington DC will increase their minimum wages this year. Most of them starting today in New York City. Most businesses will have to pay workers at least fifteen bucks an hour. In march. A new federal overtime rule could make millions more Americans like salaried store managers eligible for higher overtime pay. Some states will start collecting sales tax today on goods bought over the internet hospitals now required to post online a list of their prices what they charge for common medical procedures. California banning pet store owners from selling dogs, cats and rabbits from so called puppymills. Meantime, a new law in Hawaii makes it a crime to falsely present an animal as a service animal, you could be fined as much as five hundred bucks CNBC's. Tom Busby, Tom. Thank you. We're coming up on twenty four past the hour on America in the morning. Twenty nine hundred could be a tough year for homebuyers. Correspondent Kate says that the growth in property values has slowed and the inventory of homes on the market is rising. But according to real estate research firm, Zillow climbing interest rates could have a real impact on the sector. If mortgage rates rise to five and a half percent..

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Apple warns on holiday sales, sending value below $1 trillion

America's Morning News

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Apple warns on holiday sales, sending value below $1 trillion

"Shares of apple could drop sharply today on Wall Street apple sold fewer iphones expected last quarter and business reporter, Tom Busby. Tells us today's warning comes even as the company made fourteen billion dollars in profit last quarter. So what's the problem? The problem is that Wall Street wanted more an apple missed analysts forecast for shipments of iphones, and ipads, and even issued a lighter than expected outlook for the all important holiday quarter. That's right now. Now that's in shares sharply lower in late trading. And it pushed the value of the first company ever to be worth a trillion dollars slightly under that milestone, the good news besides selling over five million max and raking in that record fourteen billion in profit is that apple was able to sell those smartphones at a higher average selling price of peace nearly eight hundred dollars. Apple also announced it will no longer breakout sales figures of its devices in future reports. So this kind of sell off may

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