27 Burst results for "Tudor"

Ice, Ice, Maybe? The History Of Keeping Cool

American Innovations

06:22 min | 2 months ago

Ice, Ice, Maybe? The History Of Keeping Cool

"It's May eighteen o one, an Vanna Cuba John and Frederick Tudor the teenage sons of a wealthy lawyer in Boston or lying in the shade on their deck trying to find relief from the Heat John Shifts in his chair and MOANS. This is not making me feel any better in fact I feel worse. Nineteen years old John has a bone illness that's attacking me making him an invalid. His father had suggested that his younger brother Frederick accompanied him to a warm climate or John could convalesce relocating to somewhere warm was a common prescription for all kinds of ailments frederick advocated for Vanna thinking they might be able to get in on selling coffee or sugar but the heat and humidity are unlike anything they've felt before John's health is worse than ever. Frederick props himself up and takes a drink fruit juice from the glass next to him. I can't stand that all the drinks are warm here, but I wouldn't do a piece of ice from Rockwood. The tutors own a farm outside Boston called Rockwood that has a pond nearly every winter the pond freezes solid and they harvest the ice storing it in an ice house to preserve it through the summer. It's a common custom among well off new Englanders and allows them to enjoy cold drinks and ice cream even when it's hot outside Oh, don't even talk about ice it's too painful to think about it if we can't have it Frederick sits up. You, think we could sell ice here. I don't know maybe. Frederick is nothing if not full of ideas, John used to love plotting like this with him, but his illness has worn away at its enthusiasm for the future Frederick continues talking. We could ship it from home magin. What a luxury ice would be here I think about it isis free. So we just have to pay transportation costs we could make a fortune. Frederick dropped out of school at thirteen spurning plans for him to follow in his father's an older brother's footsteps to Harvard. He chose instead to apprentice in a store hoping to make a name for himself as an entrepreneur. He's now seventeen and in the four years since he started, he's made little progress. He spends most of his time hanging around Rockwood dreaming up schemes. John is skeptical of this latest idea. It would melt on the journey. You'd have nothing to sell by the time we got here I bet that's a solvable problem. John can't focus on that right now he's in too much pain feels to poor. He doesn't like the idea of returning to a Vanna even if it would make him rich, it's only may I can't bear to know how hot it's going to be in July or August we need to get out of here. You're right. It'll be warm enough by now. that. Boston can't do you harm. Let's go home and get you some ice. Not, much later, the two brothers were on a ship bound back to the United States. But John's health continued to deteriorate. January eighteen, O two, you passed away. But the idea Frederick hatched during their time together in Vanna lived on. Eighteen Oh, five Frederick had convinced his older brother William and his cousin. In on the proposition, the other two would sail ahead and find buyers and a place to store the ice. When it arrived Frederick would get to work arranging the shipment from. Boston. Their. Plan was to promote their product as a luxury good to the rich French colonials but selling ice was going to be harder than Frederick. Matching. Ice Come try this exotic northern delicacy I from Boston. It's march eighteen o six in the bustling market Saint Pierre Martinique, and Frederick is desperately trying to sell the ice off his boat. When he arrived in Pierre Three days before you learn that the only buyers, William and James had secured were prominent people who had been promised free box vice not to mention they hadn't found anywhere to store, and now he's stuck with a boat full of melting cargo. He's been reduced hawking an expensive luxury, the marketplace where common people by common goods. This was not plan. Thrusts the flyer toward a man walking through the market and caused him in French i-it's direct from Boston three days. Only the man pushes the flyer away ice. What am I supposed to do with that? Enjoy it in a cold drink. It's refine refreshment. You can even make ice-cream cold drinks. Why would I want that? Besides doesn't Melt if you wrap it in a blanket, it will protect it from the sun on the way home slow the melting it's all on the fire. He tries again the hand the man has pamphlet but demand waves it away doesn't matter. I, have nowhere to store it anyway you walks away shaking his head and muttering about what a fool Frederick Hitz. Frederick size and frustration. He had projected that he could sell ten thousand dollars ice on this voyage so far he sold fifty. A man approaches him. Are you the owner of the boat with the ice in it Frederick? Perks up I am. Can. I interest you in a block? I'm selling it for sixteen cents a pound it's the highest quality ice. Sixteen cents, it's much luxury as stake. If you say so anyway, no, I don't want any ice I just figured you'd be heading back to Boston soon, there can't be much of that ice left right I'm looking for a ship to take a load of sugar projects. Face falls taking this load of sugar back to Boston, is not a bad way to mitigate some of his losses but he's still disappointed. Yes I i. think we can come to an arrangement. Fantastic. Ultimately Frederick lost four thousand dollars on its first attempt to sell ice for those dollars was about four times what an average worker made in a year, but he didn't give. Over the next six years, he made progress in storing the ice both on the ship packed in. SAWDUST and building ice houses with better and better insulation to store it while he sold, it is marketing skills. We're getting better to you pitched cafes on making ice cream and offer chill drinks for a higher price. But despite the progress he was still failing to turn a profit. Meanwhile, Frederic's father lost most of the family fortune in a real estate deal without the. Family money to cover his losses Frederick couldn't pay his debts and in eighteen twelve, he was thrown into a debtor's jail

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Bitcoin at the 3rd Halving: What We See From On-Chain Data

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

06:19 min | 5 months ago

Bitcoin at the 3rd Halving: What We See From On-Chain Data

"When you look at wail activity as well like if we're if we're GONNA be talking just in general about this wealth distribution as curious to know at that upper end like what are you noticing in terms of their activity absolutely into the one way was distribution of quantity per per wall ties but the other was just a quantity of each of these wallets. So then. That's where the the whale accumulation distribution kinda thing happens where while we saw these smaller walls pick up. We also saw considerable growth in the quantity of wallets that. Hold One thousand ten thousand bitcoin and so realistically exchanges are popping up but not at rapid rates. So you're not really seeing so many of these extra walls come up but with the way we kind of think about these. These are a lot of the earlier investors that are effectively. Smart Money If you kind of plot the quantity of wallets that hold over one thousand bitcoin and you plot that against price. You can really see how the amount of these waltz grows when there's after a post peak in the multi multi year sell off the OC those walls accumulate and then as price starts to pick up. You'll see those walls The quantity of those walls decline. And so you kind of see how. These individuals will accumulate during declines and then redistribute basically for for profit and these rallies and so while we we've seen this even just as much as just as recently as this past cycle were now at a point where we're starting to see or we've been seeing strong humilation in growth in the quantity of wallets that are holding at least two thousand bitcoin interesting. Yeah so it sounds like at both ends. There's Kind of huddling activity. I guess you could say amongst both the retail and the whales. Yeah absolutely and even just tracking age of these. You does in kind of thinking about it that way it really shows how out accumulation is happening and you also try to deduce whether bitcoin was being used as a store of value by looking at addresses that you believe or multi. What did you find when you looked at that? Sure so multi are waltz where you need multiple signatures in order to move coins in and out. Basically the the simplest way to describe it and there's different types it's usually you need some kind of majority so two of three three or five but what happens is these when transactions go into these walls. They leave a certain kind of Signature so you can basically track the amount of tokens that are held in these multi wallets and when you think of these types of wall they represent some kind of custody solution or some kind of advanced way of holding bitcoin more security than than your normal retail investor would hold and so you can track all those different types of wallets and just looking back even starting at the end of two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen. You see a really big uptaking. Those wallets and interesting thing is in order to know what type of wallet it sat in. The BITCOIN has to leave. So you basically get this bucket of unspent. Bitcoin so meaning bitcoin that was sent to a multi segment. Hasn't left. And so if you think about what kind of means in east to see that accumulation really pick up and right now you know. We're sitting at almost four million. Bitcoin held in multi-stage that are unspent in almost five across all of them. So I think it's just another really good barometer of institutional adoption just based on the security measures that they would have to go through to kind of store that bitcoin and speaking of institutional interests you did also look at how interest from them has from institutional investors has changed. And what did you see there? It's definitely I think Cova and everything that's happening in the world has accelerated a lot of time lines Both in terms of Without going too far down that rabbit hole in terms of Of Economics facing you're really seeing acceleration in the the. Fed the printing of money in kind of the need to to support the need to provide funding to support the population. Right now. So with all this printing people are starting to think about what does this mean for various asset classes so with equities you kind of see the disconnect between the economy markets and what that means and then a lot of the macro players are thinking about all right so in in this kind of environment you with all this printing but lack of demand see some kind of deflationary situation as the printing continues you soon that inflation would kind of eventually rear. Ted and so people are starting to think about how to invest in order to position myself. Well for that. In and focus is one of the focuses has been scarce assets. See see a lot of macro investors talking about moving into gold and now you're kind of seeing the next frontier and the big big one was obviously Paul Tudor Jones. Coming out and really talking about how he's putting almost two percent of his net worth which is I think about one hundred hundred million into into bitcoin and then also speaking about it with such conviction and and really I think opening the door for a lot of other macro managers. He's almost taking the the career risk away from individuals investing. And now you're GONNA have a lot of these other macro managers think they're going to the bitcoin. Conversations is gonNA come up again. They're going to have to revisit their thesis whether they were bullish or bearish and I think it's just it's now going to be a lot more of a common conversation in those investment committees in kind of what what I think could happen is a bitcoin goes from being a fringe investment to almost the consensus one over the next ten years as as these macroeconomic factors play

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"tudor" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:46 min | 7 months ago

"tudor" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Know your family and things like that when you were most. I don't know whether you would call it despair but at at your moment of peak worry about this did you ever think in numbers of millions dying in the United States was that a possibility at some point and is it still a possibility that that it could get the winter or did you did you. Zero Chickens Z. Please we are. We are too smart Were too smart as a as a as a people were to resilient I again. I think this is all over and send done. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA look at death rates very similar to the flu because we're going to take the precautions that are necessary to keep us from suffering from that type of mortality rate from CB nineteen. What I'm worried about and I'll be really honest when I'm worried about is if I again. Our economy is. Oh my Lord. We had this. We had a thirty fifty year build up a globally. Interconnected Globally leveraged highly sophisticated. Fine tuned. Aecom. He built on built on Global. Trust built on individual trust institutions with huge amounts of Cross connectivity so now all of a sudden we got this again this event that has stopped all that. We're closing borders. Were going insular and so I'm more nervous about what happens if we have something that's between the Great Depression and the great financial crisis. What are the human impacts of that? I'm much more nervous about the loss of life. That could come with a fifteen or twenty percent unemployment rate than I am about the loss of light that comes with CD. Nineteen CD nineteen is may cost us let's say CB nineteen again. I think we're GONNA peak out somewhere in the three to four hundred thousand range and again if I use a an overly pessimistic view of four percent mortality rate because our healthcare system will be overwhelmed. The next two weeks we're talking sixteen thousand people in the Great Depression. There was a study that was out a ten ten point rise. The unemployment rate could have as many as two hundred thousand fatalities associated with it from health impairment suicides. Opioid use drug use CETERA. So I'm thinking about and again. Is someone in the economic world. I understand the necessity and the need for us to deal with C B. Nineteen but I. I don't think that's our biggest threat. Our biggest threat is what happens to the economy on the other side. And that's why I think each of us has to think. How are we going to restart our business? What do we need to do to make people say feel safe to interact to be in business wearing a mask And and wearing masks wearing gloves wiping down and I think as American people were. Stadium is a human rights. We're GONNA do this we're gonNA. We'RE GONNA kick this bugs. Ask and we gotTA think about how we're going to resume normal are normal us a Paul. We thank you for joining us but before we let you go. I know you're doing a lot of work with Robin Hood in New York. Which is going to be the epicenter of this at least in the near term. What are you working on a with the Robin Hood Program in New York? Right now where. We had our benefits scheduled a year ago for May eleven at the Javits Center the JAB at centers now hospital But we're going to have our benefit it's going to be a virtual benefit is going to be on. May Eleventh. We're going to broadcast From a variety of locations. We're still going to. We're going to instead of serving a having four thousand people. We're going to hopefully have this televised we're GONNA have one. That's four hundred thousand or four million New York. City is the epicenter and this bill. That was just passed that you know if you listen to Pelosi. Schumer trump workers workers workers and God forbid we're going to need help for American workers. They deserve it. But there's a again there wasn't that much in there for the most destitute in the most poor And so yes we've got relief for workers but in New York which is the most number of people in poverty. One point eight million. There's a lot of undocumented workers. There are people who've been out of work for more than a month that will not be eligible for these checks. I can tell you. Food Pantries have already seen a fifty percent spike in people going. We've lost our volunteers because people are afraid to go out and a variety of our organizations. This is the most important time for people to help the most poor because they're the ones that are going to suffer the most. Imagine all the kids and shelter. Who Don't have the ability to get an education because they don't have online access they don't have computers. There's so much that we gotta do and we're going to do it on. May Eleventh so tune in because it's going to be a great night it's going to be an uplifting night it's GonNa be like are nine eleven relief on that. We had back in nine eleven. I'll never forget. We were all so scared at the Twin Towers came down. Then we had the anthrax scare. We were scared. Even put that event on and our member. At that event we had our first responders and introducing the WHO. This firemen came up and he lost his brother in in nine eleven he said. Osama bin Laden you can kiss Mount Royal Fat. Our Shea S. Went nuts that moment. That was the moment that America began to fight back. So I'm hoping may eleventh will be one of those beautiful moments where we'll be on the backside epidemic curve will do it a virtually and we'll show you can continue life but in a new way and we're going to continue business as usual and we're going to help. The people who need the most has got to be a great night so More details on that will come back and again I'm optimistic. This brings out the best in US these crises crises do two thousand eight in the great financial crisis. Robin Hood raise more money than it ever has. So I'm really optimistic about the future. I know we'll beat this thing and I'll look forward to doing that. Small part in like each of this is going to Paul Tudor Jones. It's a privilege to spend time with you. Thank you for spending the last half hour with us. It's a trying time. The challenges all our basic assumptions. However one thing that brings us all together is our common humanity now more than ever teams must come together and work together to solve big challenges and Trello is here to help trello part of Atlassian collaborative sweet as an APP with an easy to understand visual format plus tons of features that make working with your team functional and just plain fun teams of all shapes and sizes in companies like Google fender and even costco all use Trello to collaborate. And get work done with Trello. 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Paul Tudor Jones — who called the 1987 crash — says don’t think of coronavirus as a ‘pandemic Godzilla'

Squawk Pod

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Paul Tudor Jones — who called the 1987 crash — says don’t think of coronavirus as a ‘pandemic Godzilla'

"This clock pod. I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer on our podcast. Today Paul Tudor Jones. We got to be careful. Not To myth. Fowler is this into the pandemic Godzilla because we can beat this thing. We're going to squash it and send it back to the oblivion that crawled out of the Hedge Fund Titan and philanthropist was the first money manager to tell CNBC that he was concerned about the corona virus back in January today. How he feels about his future telling abilities water damn mess contending with the unprecedented shock of a pandemic to the economy. Investors can take heart that we've counteracted this existential shock with the greatest fiscal monetary. Bazooka it's not even a bazooka. It's more like a nuclear bomb and the rocky road. I'm much more nervous about the loss of life that could come with a fifteen or twenty percent unemployment rate. Then I am at the loss of light comes with CD.

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Searching for Summer Shipp

True Crime Brewery

11:41 min | 8 months ago

Searching for Summer Shipp

"So summer shipp grew up under her given name Dolores in Granite City Illinois. Her mother Cora raised her and her three brothers alone after their alcoholic. Father left the family. Now Cora raise children as Jehovah's Witnesses and this was a religion there's some are continued to practice throughout her life. She did stop attending services but observed religion. She never celebrated Christmas birthdays. She said that every day was a holiday and she liked by her daughter and her friends gifts when it was her birthday. Isn't that Nice good? Sounds like a nice lady really really nice so some are grew up in extreme poverty under pretty rough circumstances and of this. She has pretty frugal but in our young adulthood she married a wealthy man John Ship and she lived for years in luxury however difficult childhood in Granite City. That never was far from her mind. John Ship was the manager for the local metro-goldwyn-mayer branch. Mgm when he moved to Kansas City from Florida in nineteen sixty nine now summer had moved to Kansas City just a few months previously. She saw the city as a place to forget her pass and she's going to create new life for herself. Yeah that was important to her to kind of start over. The childhood was rough so John. Lived in the same apartment complex as a friend of summers and when she visited that friend at the community pool she really caught Johns I. Some are was not a classic beauty but she was really pretty at five foot one inches tall and just over a hundred pounds. She was tiny but she was a bundle of energy sometimes described as sprightly so although John had a girlfriend at the time he broke things off with her to be with summer in October of nineteen. Seventy summer was pregnant and she told John on the night. He took her to see an advance screening of the movie. Two thousand one a space odyssey and after that they decided to move in together and just see if they could make things work. John's apartment became their first home together and their front door was just feet from the pool so John worked as he floated in the water and Sunday himself. The phone set nearby and when it rang he would just paddle to the edge of the pool and work on deals so this is kind of living the dream. I guess float around in the pool. Yeah phones broke their nice good way to do it but he did work hard. He negotiated film showing contracts for hundreds of theaters throughout Missouri and Kansas. So he was really on his way up in the industry at this point so some are in. John got married at the courthouse with John's brother and a friend of summers as witnesses and they had a daughter who they named Brandy. She had read here like her mother's but even brighter and darker and both summer and John were just thrilled with this little girl. They moved out of the apartment and rented a cottage that summer adored for a while and then as the money kept coming in two years later they moved into a duplex in a very upper class area living near professional football players so John left MGM and but an independent Film Distribution Company called Thomas Films and after he bought it he changed the name to Thomas and ship films. The company was more successful than he had ever could have been able to imagine. He made a ton of money so much money that he felt like he'd WanNa Lottery. Are He come up from humble beginnings himself? Yes I think in summer really didn't know what to do with all this money. It was foreign to both of them and I guess summer was able to kind of not focus on it. She just wasn't that interested in things but I think John it kind of affected him and he got carried away with it here. Well I knew her. Religion would seem to me to make her less desirous of money. And what money can buy share? I mean I'm sure she liked not having to worry about it like she had all her life absolutely and remember up until this time she's still going by her original name. Dolores but when brandy was just a toddler that's when she legally took on her new name. Summer brandies middle name was Alexis so some are named herself summer. Alexis ship and by the time brandy was three. John was making over two hundred thousand dollars a year. And this is the nineteen seventies. So I looked it up. And that's about seven hundred thousand dollars a year equivalent in today's money so ton of money tournament in nineteen seventy four. They bought a two story. English Tudor home in the exclusive Crestwood neighborhood and they had a house with a huge private in ground pool. An Art Gallery Jim Asana just everything. Yes so brandy was Kinda spoiled. When she was a little girl. It was almost unavoidable even though she did get a lot of attention as well as things but like I mentioned John's lifestyle just became out of control as his income was soaring. He spent time on the West and east coasts partying with the rich and famous. Eventually he found himself with an expensive dependence on cocaine and pills and is John pulled away from his home and family life into this life. Some are just kind of channeled her love and attention into raising her daughter. So Brandy got a lot of attention. Showered on her. Maybe too much if that's possible. Do you think that's possible to give a kid too much attention? No again it depends on what kind of attention. Well here's my thought on it. You can give them too much attention if you're allowing them to control you like when you're on the phone they're trying to take your attention away when people come over when you have worked to do. I mean there has to be a respect as well sure. That's why I said it depends on the kind of attention right so I think that it can be a bad thing when you get to the extreme. But that's not really the attention being the problem I guess that's more like the The fruits of the attention. Well yeah it's kind of the control like you want your child to see you as being in control of things when you don't want your child to take over control of what's going on day to day. Well I mean it can really be unhealthy and they can have a rude awakening when they get older. And everybody's not just falling over themselves to please them herbs moving so I think that's another issue is you don't want to raise them to feel entitled to everything so anyway I mean they did love her and it was a nice childhood although she was probably a little bit spoiled. Well how does she turn out? She turns out great. Okay so in. Nineteen seventy six. John took brandy in summer to the cons film festival ru and they spent time with David Kerosene is that the Kung Fu guy. Well that's the Carribean family. I don't know which one is which I think David was Kung-fu guy okay. And cary grant roll my love who carry granted yes. He was in one of my favorite movies. What was it sweep? Listen in Seattle now. An affair to remember. I know I was GONNA say that next so afterwards they went on an extended vacation to London Rome and Paris and they flew back to the United States on the First Air France Concorde flight from Paris to Washington. Dc wrong that's That's cool that's cool. That's Nice. Yes where she? Oh totally. And some are just felt like this poor country girl who was living like royalty. John became one of the biggest independent film distributors in the country and they were dining with. Paul Newman Joanne Woodward and Clint Eastwood Big names. Very big names especially in the seventies absolutely well when still around working yeah. He's still big but as her life was changing. Some are really didn't change. Who she was and I respect that. While John was traveling all over the world she stayed home and spent time with her daughter. She also invited other children over for play dates reading books and singing with them so she liked to share in her good fortune which. I think is so important. She even took time to volunteer at a home for emotionally disturbed young women and as a reward for good behavior. She would bring some of the girls to her house to swim for a day and loved it and they worked hard and did things so that they could earn a day at the pool so are like summer. She sounds like she's cutter head on straight and she's living the life. Well you know it's funny because they started reading the book about summer than I found online and I had no idea I was going to do the case but I did just feel such an affection for this woman that I enjoyed reading the book. It wasn't like work and I really enjoyed being able to Read about her in her life. Of course Jon was away a lot of the time. And he had his drinking habits in his drug habits so understandably their marriage suffered. There is a large Christmas office party in the late seventies when summer walked in on John and he and other parties were snorting large amounts of cocaine right on his desk so she walked out feeling pretty angry and worried at the same time. Sure I mean not only worried John but for her daughter you know. It's just very risky behavior. That he was getting into their relationship was getting more and more distant. Rose probably not a lot of good that comes out of a cocaine addiction or a drug addiction for that matter in marriage right. Something's going to happen well and it's interesting that when things stopped going so well for John and he has to really deal with things he does get better. So by nineteen eighty. His company started going downhill and the small films that John Distributed. Were really being snatched up by the major film companies without that business. He was quickly falling behind on his debts and he fell into some deep financial trouble because he hadn't saved enough. He was a big spender and happens. Cocaine is not free. I know but wouldn't you just put enough in a savings somewhere? In case the bottom falls out as a backup will most people would but a lot of people disfigure that. There's no end to this stuff. I guess you feel that way now is at this very very successful company. Money's just rolling in. I'd be of the opinion that this no change in that things are going to keep happening for me. Well and I'm kind of surprised that the way summer grew up that she didn't squirrel away more money because I personally waiting for the other shoe to drop and I liked to be prepared. Well Yeah but she did. She work well not really now. Not at that point or any money. She had came through her husband. Sheriff so what you're going to say to him honey. I need an extra thousand this week. 'cause I'm saving for when you go bankrupt? Well I just say. I WANNA start a savings account. I WANNA put a thousand dollars a week away and it shouldn't have fazed him when he was making so much

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"tudor" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing

Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing

09:39 min | 10 months ago

"tudor" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing

"Paul is a very successful hedge fund manager through his company Tudor Investments. He is a southerner from Memphis went to college in Virginia. GENU- lived in New Orleans before coming to New York in nineteen seventy eight a real low time for New York for those who remember it but a time. When a lot of young people from all over the world were converging urging the city to make their mark and everything from art and dance to media and finance? He was part of that and he definitely made his mark in both finance and philanthropy. Paul is an avid outdoorsman conservationist and a wildly curious guy. His mother said he was going to be a preacher and listening to him on his most passionate subject. You can see see. Why Paul Welcome? It's good to see Bob before we get started. We're going to dig into you and sixty seconds ready. Yeah do you prefer Memphis or New York City. Well it's my route so I gotta say Memphis Bonello Chocolate Vanilla solitaire poker. Definitely community's spirit better poker boxing or basketball love boxing hunting or fishing killer love hunting day or night love day debt or equity love equity hits back to get harder secret talent. I think I'm a good problem. solver favorite Song September Earth Wind Fire Body are most prized possession. The old man. The boy signed by Nash Buckingham. Smartest person you know. Bill Gates sheltered hero. James Brown historical idle Teddy Roosevelt. If you could have one superpower what would it be. He'll things through love love worst bad for fashion trend. You participated in. Oh God Paisley and Polka Dots Seventies. Who would play you in a movie? Course Brad Pitt trout achievement being Porta Robin Hood. Final question. Best Live concert earth wind and fire in the early days the three pyramids. Okay here we go. Let's get started with the big question in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. You started the Robin Hood Foundation along with three friends including Glenn Dubin and Peter Bush and when you came to New York if the reports are correct you only had seventeen hundred dollars in capital yet only ten years later you're ready to saved those indeed and our city. Where did this big bold idea? Come from. There's a great saying don't get above your raisin and you should know that have been from Mississippi and what that really says is. Don't forget where you came from. I like you came to New York. I didn't know uh-huh anybody I was just a kid who wanted to make it in the big city. I was in the right place at the right time and a lot of things broke my way very very early on. I felt a sense of social obligation to try to give others the same kind of breaks that helped me on my journey. Ernie and why did you think you could do it as funny the eighties were a crazy time. It was all about Glitz and money. And I don't WanNA use the word greedy Ed but it was more materialistic. The first thing I try to do is rather than reinvent. The wheel is just try to find. Where can I go and just get straight into poverty fighting and it was really hard to find any one organization dedicated? That and I knew that if I did it myself and particularly if I recruited a bunch launch of my friends that could bring business principles to it would have a very significant impact. So give everyone listening your description of the Robin Hood Foundation and really then then and now this original thought and how it's evolved so this is eighty nine and we were a bunch of inexperienced somewhat naive do-gooders who were probably better at effort than it results. It was really all about just being on the streets having a presence and trying to do good we were really really focused on bringing our hearts and our energy eh into helping people and we thought that just love on its own would be enough love and obviously capital as we went through time nine. We've found that there's a lot of difference between effort outcome in the early nineties is we began expand our board. We got really smart. People like yourself like John. Saga like standard Mirror John F. Kennedy Junior yon winner. The variety of people. We began to start to hold ourselves accountable. Not just for the effort that we make but more importantly for the results is that we were getting and so we really brought an outcome based model to philanthropy and that was at that time it was almost radical idea that we're going to apply business principles measurement metrics accountability goal setting. Did you achieve your goals. Wadden you cheap your goals also. Can we add various forms of assistance. If an organization didn't have management strengths would bring in a variety of consulting thing firms to help them shore up their major. They didn't know real estate because they were trying to acquire building or rent a building or whatever they didn't understand the tax laws are any a number of different things and so we start bringing pro bono. A lot of the best that Wall Street had to offer in the financial and real estate business had had the offer to these organizations in an attempt to get them to be that much more effective in trying to serve those in need around them. You talked about the metrics really going to evaluate you. We're going to bring assistance to you. Management Help in essence consulting services but when you monitored robinhood robinhood defense about ten percent of the organizations every year meaning you stop funding them and that had to be hard because you sort of fall in love with these organizations. was that difficult difficult in the beginning. And where did that come from. Think about the greatest progress that civilizations ever experienced it's generally been in market dictated economic systems. Ride the invisible hand centrally planned ideas. We've got centuries of proving that that's not the most optimal optimal model so the market brings a great discipline in our particular case. When I call the market is simply? There's a huge huge growing need for help and services in poor communities the way we approach things were we're going to have the biggest biggest impact for the most number of people in need and that's going to drive everything. Everything else is going to be secondary including in some unfortunate unfortunate instances where what may have been a great idea in one year. Five years later was passed. Its due date. It's amazing how the face of poppy changes and so we were very disciplined and we still are today about making sure that our dollar is going to travel as far as it possibly can Dan to serve the greatest social good that there is by targeting the greatest area of needs where just a little marginal help can have have a geometric impact on it you also had another innovation which was the board covers the administrative costs of the organization. So if you're a donor the money you give is going to the program. Where did that idea come from? Intellectual capital worth so much more than financial capital. The power of a good idea is going to be worth all the money in the bank in the whole world. Just think about the great tech companies have sprung up in the past twenty years. The same thing applies in philanthropy. Land therapy so we wanted to have a staff and we wanted to have a board. That was the best in class when it came to understanding and finding earning solutions and so we didn't want to be constrained and that sense. We're going to say we're going to hold everyone else harmless if we decide to overspend end on trying to figure out problems and instead we're going to have one hundred percent of our donors capital go straight into solutions is by various other service providers on the streets folks doing the actual work and we were going to be a curator so to speak for any owner owner that wanted to give capital that they wanNA know. They're going to have a big impact we curated and would pay. That cost curation ourselves and it's been a great model and many organizations mutations have copied it are there two or three things that you've discovered over this period the correlate perfectly with poverty if we can fix this we're gonNA solve poverty. The number one thing clearly education high school education gets you a per capita income. I WanNa say in the neighborhood of just over thirty thousand dollars on average per year whereas a college education get you. I think in the low fifties so clearly as you increase your educational level. Will the statistics would are you that your chances of being poverty stricken drop and diminish greatly. So you don't get high school education your gun to Oh my. There's a great chance you're going to be in poverty. Probably fifty percent of the thrust we've done over the past. Two decades is trying to provide quality education to kids from low income.

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Witches & Saints: Anne Askew

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:41 min | 1 year ago

Witches & Saints: Anne Askew

"The eighth are women if the day was a writer poet and Protestant martyr. Let's talk about an ask you not much is known for sure about her early life but it's believed that and ask you it was born around fifteen twenty one and grew up in Lincolnshire England her a father was from an old established family in the region an an was highly educated and intellectually adapt from early on in her life and was a devout out Protestant. The Christian Bible had just become widely available in English and an studied and memorized verses. Some sources say she studied the Public Bible at the Lincoln Cathedral and debated with local clergy an was also one of the earliest known women poets who wrote in English as a quick reminder. Protestant Christianity was growing rapidly across Europe during Ann's lifetime but it wasn't a monolithic movement by any stretch of the imagination King Henry the eighth who had been a devout Catholic split from the Catholic Church after the pope refused to annul his first marriage and started the Anglican Church despite that fact the Anglican Church remained much closer to the beliefs and practices of the Catholic Church than other reform for movements like those led by Martin Luther or John Calvin Christianity which began as a fledgling religion in the first century had grown by the thirteenth eighteenth century into an institution powerful enough to rival state governments in the decade after England's official move away from Catholocism authorities developed developed relatively orthodox criteria for what kinds of Protestant beliefs were allowed in England and condemned the beliefs of more radical reform movements back to an and married a man named Thomas kind. The two had a rocky relationship he he had actually been intended for an older sister but her older sister passed away. Thomas was Catholic so from the beginning he and an clashed over their beliefs chiefs. Perhaps that's why an continued to go by her maiden name which was quite rare at the time. Still the couple had two children together before Thomas Thomas through an out for being a Protestant seems like an was okay with having to leave. She was the first Englishwoman to demand divorce. She then moved to London met other. Protestants and became a preacher or Gospel her then in March fifteen forty five Thomas changed his mind he had an arrested and demanded she be brought back to Lincolnshire to stay and escaped and returned to her preaching in London she she was arrested and released again before in May fifteen forty six an was arrested a third time put in the Tower of London and tortured. Do you say the priests cannot make the body of Christ. I say so lord driver at the God made late man but the man can make God i never yet and after the consecration is it not the body of Christ and it tastes consecrated bread. Her beliefs have been deemed unacceptable and torturers wanted her to name name other like minded women to renounce her beliefs but anne refused she was convicted of heresy and her punishment was to be burned at the stake mm-hmm on July Sixteenth fifteen forty six and was carried to the steak on a chair. She couldn't walk through the torture. She hit endured she she and three other Protestants were set to burn that day however Protestant supporters slipped gunpowder to the condemned that went off quickly once the fire. It was let thanks to that kindness. Their deaths were much quicker and less painful and was one of just two women on record who were tortured and the Tower of London and burnt at the stake before her death and wrote an account of her beliefs and story it was published as the examinations by John Bale it. It didn't take long for the public to reevaluate and place in history by the time John Fox's acts and monuments of fifteen sixty three was published an was being proclaimed the Protestant martyr and ratings continue to be read today and are an extremely important autobiographical look at the Tudor era religious turmoil tune in tomorrow for the story of another remarkable

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Brazil's Natura cosmetics takes on the world

FT News

06:07 min | 1 year ago

Brazil's Natura cosmetics takes on the world

"Notre the Brazilian cosmetics company, that owns the body shop recently agreed to by Avon products in an all stock deal that values the US group more than two billion dollars Vanessa holder talks to Andrew Japan about the man behind the tour and his plans for the company. Andras you interviewed keenly, L, Nietzsche's, billionaire chairman, after the format precision, did he ten you why he decided to acquire? Here's a they began seriously to consider it with the decision to acquire the body shop in two thousand seventeen from loyal. Last. Gene was gonna key in days percent, Lamerica, dune. Novem. And in this clip, he told me one day he realized that the company was president his company was president ten percent of the world's market, but it was another ninety percent. And as a long-stablished company with a good reputation, links to the rainforest Tura, who they well-placed to expand worldwide what the details of the on acquisition and most of the benefits for each side, which we know it was a two billion dollars. All stock deal to buy Evan and Tudor will learn about seventy percent of the combined group while the remainder would be owned by Avon shareholders. And in the deal has been in the works for few months, but in a to expects that would yield more than ten billion dollars in annual growth for the combined group and this mainly, thanks to access to more than two hundred million clients, worldwide Avon, pioneered, the direct selling modeling cosmetics embodied by its doorstep Avon lady sellers. But it has lost market share at the rise of social media marketing, how does this compare to new? Chirs business model. And one of the main differences is not is very focused on the environment in the sense what you were saying about the latest sellers. They're quite similar. I mean to also use direct sales they call them consultants not sellers. But they say now that after the deal together, they will have six point three million of then where would Mr. Neo formed a close relationship with body. Shop's, founder, Neath Roddick was an environmental campaigner. What kind of character is he and what did they have in common but his quite awful? And he c in Brazil, they friendly phases capitalism match like an eater audibles in the UK. He wants told me he grew on vanita Roddick, because both were looking to build a new capitalism were companies help to build a society. So in the light of that, what's the company's relationship with the Amazon day. And what a mystery house ecological credentials. Well, the relationship is quite strong. The comp. Resources some of its room materials from the Amazon seeds plants fruits, whose oil and sense can then be extracted for beauty products. They are has been an environmentalist for quite a while. And he was even the running mate to environmentalist candidate. Marina Silva in the two thousand ten presidential thing deserve. Always throw. Now keep it as advocate. Go. See year produce sound vessel. He told me the company was more committed now than ever to help save causing JAMA's and in view of the growing threat, and it is facing under the presidency of jailable scenario to what extent does not terrorists still use Amazon purchase like Arlen sense. Knits, beauty products. It's about twenty percent of the products. Use Amazon was ingredients at the moment. Why is the Amazon? Particularly important for him, personally his father was from the Missourians state of. But I when I saw him, he told me that actually he developed his environmentalist credential in this passion for the environment later in life. But seeing how many wonders that resume have specially when he came to the environment as you mentioned misleading has also been involved in Brazilian politics. Does he have real influence? And could he play a role in persuading, the both narrow government cherish its forests rather than cutting them down? Well, there was something very hard to do, especially because he doesn't want to get involved in party politics ever again. He told me he said, he's very concerned about the threats posed to the rainforest by the current administration. And so he's raising awareness through business in the civil society me, he's a board member of the Brazilian found for biodiversity the worldwide are funded in Brazil, and he also founded something called least tour you which focus on promoting the. Green economy as colon Avon isn't known for its eco friendly products. What's the chance that this will be an attempt to spread this ecological nature of the neutral brands? I mean, there could be a spillover effect problem is, I mean now the four companies have as that they bought from this trillions in two thousand thirteen the voter shop and Tony seventeen and now wave and although Avon will be the bigger brand is probably going to get something from both mature and the body shop in its, let's say DNA sometime in the medium-term said, both companies even an insurer big operations in Brazil how's that game to work what we have to think that the tour group now they own full brands between those, you pretty much have all the segments because as is quite high end the voters shows like let's say wants to down below that. And so there's no Tudor. Plus, Tuesday's let's say they have they ABMC covered bridge in the first three brands and now with Avon they will cover the. See entity so pretty much. We'll have the whole vertical chain, no, no, Brazil. But what are they go and Avon's faced lot of challenges? Do you think Notre will be able to turn that around? I mean they manage to more or less do so with the body shop. I mean it was quite a bumpy road with even is much bigger companies, manage their really focused on expanding into Asian markets with all the brands, especially with mature neighbors. So they mentioned specifically they were looking at Indonesia, and India. So those are very big markets. They had a good chance of and

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"tudor" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"tudor" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Whatever that they'll they'll look at a bigger piece, and that's more of what a wealth manager would do within those worlds, you have a very big debate between passive management an active management. So active management would be Paul Tudor Jones hedge fund managers mutual fund managers seventy managed account managers where you're paying somebody to try to beat a respective index. So an international manager would be try to be thinner national index large cap US manager would be trying to beat this and P five hundred index which is just five hundred of the biggest companies in in the country. I think that what you're seeing in the marketplace is more and more money is moving to from active managers to passive managers. Meaning instead of trying to hire somebody to beat this and five hundred I'm going to buy this and five hundred and that question doesn't become which manager am I gonna pick to trade these it becomes which wealth manager going gonna hire help me determine how much should be in large cap US stocks in the first place versus international stocks versus bonds versus real estate. And so we would be in the group where we're wealth managers looking at everything we don't believe that if we we pay somebody to trade stocks. They're going to do better than S and P five hundred we're going to buy the index there, and we're going to buy it and several other spaces, and we're going to pick our battles on where we think we can create out performance or what the industry calls alpha. And we would look at alternative investments for that. We think you can you can do that in private markets where everybody doesn't have the same information in where if we look at a management team and their education their credentials and their exp. We feel we can extrapolate that they might actually be better than another team. So if you look at alternative asset classes would be things like private equity, private lending, private real estate things that fall in the categories like that. I think are where we would try to get the are alpha for the clients. Gotcha. Let's let's talk about the alternative than for for a second in the alternative investments. What's what are the alternative options that that that you were you like to go fishing, or at least exploring a is it a shortlist is it's. Real estate investment trusts. Private equity master limited partnerships, what type of alternative options.

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4 more kids sickened with adenovirus that has killed 10 children at New Jersey facility

24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

4 more kids sickened with adenovirus that has killed 10 children at New Jersey facility

"Tomorrow morning as we head to school and works. It'll be very very careful with adding plan some extra time they had to get out of there, especially doing tomorrow morning's commute, a low of forty three in town upper thirties across the burbs with forty seven degrees right now in the park wins. News time five oh six. The trial of accused notorious Mexican drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman starts tomorrow in Brooklyn. Julia pop-up says the security is locked up tight his whereabouts will remain a mystery. And so will the identities of the jurors just part of the unprecedented protection surrounding the trial of Joaquin Guzman. He's known as El Chapo, which translates to shorty, but he's accused of being the giant leader of the lucrative Sinoloa drug cartel cartel with tentacles throughout the world. Prosecutors say everything from cocaine heroin marijuana and amphetamines were distributed through his system by plane train even submarine he has twice escaped Mexican prisons. So the feds here are taking no chances. He's been held in solitary for nearly two years and his whereabouts during the trial will remain unknown. Juliet Papa ten ten wins. News running to Florida now. And judge says everybody needs suggest ramp down the rhetoric just calm down. I need reassured citizens of the. Integrity of the Florida recount circuit chief judge Jack Tudor said that he's seen. No evidence of wrongdoing. And the vote county in Broward County democratic Senator Bill Nelson suing the Florida Department of state trying to get vote by mail ballots that were not delivered before the polls closed. Counted Senator Bill Nelson also want Scott to step away from over seeing the tally. One fact is that Rick Scott is an interested in making sure every lawful vote is counted. And the second is that he's using his power as governor to try to undermine the voting process. Governor Rick Scott suing for the voting machines and balanced to put in custody of the Broward sheriff's office and the Florida Department of law enforcement, Scott says that election supervisor brenda's Snipes as a history of violating state law. During vote-counting attorney Jason Zimmerman is representing Scott in this lawsuit. All you have

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"tudor" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Baseman out of Cal State Fullerton Goes berry pitches checked on its in. The dirt the appeal and, he's rung up is very swiped second one in Tudor Ramirez they appeal to third base umpire was positioned behind the mound On the first base side of second when he made that I call on the appeal so one and two to Ramirez berry with a second stolen base of the game is. Eighth of the year And other ones who pitch Ramirez takes way outside He'd run seven heads one error for Iowa to runs four hits one era for the sky SOX Here's the next delivery Ramirez fouls aback back at a play Ramirez Up, there the pitches, loan and the Derrick itself behind the plate by, Jiminez and it's three and two Miraz Through this season with ninety five career home runs The three to pitch to him as popped up Too shallow left field going out as. Court shortstop will put it away for the innings I doubt Away Ramirez pops.

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China, Japan and Paul Tudor Jones discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:26 min | 2 years ago

China, Japan and Paul Tudor Jones discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Fifteen minutes here on bloomberg radio i'm bryan curtis in hong kong well asian stocks tilting lower this morning that's after a tepid session on wall street investors seemed to be on hold now for the major central bank meetings this week the fed espn b o j and we're moving beyond the north korean summit from yesterday the dollar did gain alongside treasury yields but yields are only up a couple of basis points to ninety six now for the yield on the tenure now listen we've got three whales in the news today it's not often you get big investors like this with interesting comments in one day so here we go jeff gunnlaug one saying the soaring us deficit at a time that interest rates are increasing maybe setting the stage for fiscal trouble he referred to it like a suicide mission we're increasing the size of deficit while we're raising interest rates then paul tudor jones told cnbc the stock market could go crazy to the upside at the end of the year he's predicting a big run up after the midterm elections because there's too much stimulus coming down the pike for these lower rates and carlisle's david rubenstein says that the emerging markets in china are bright spots he said i'm very bullish on the chinese economy he's positive as well on india and japan dalian this morning one ten forty three the yield on the tenure i mentioned that to ninetysix and got the oil price kind of stable around sixty six dollars a barrel at the moment sixty five eighty five gold slipping to twelve ninety nine eighteen.

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"tudor" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Now we know how to handle climactic roms and the fact that as the bitcoin was doing it was climactic run what did we tell you days away from party being over so we'll see what happens it's just the prediction meaning full only because of who said it meaning lists in that will just let price dictate now earnings come out in earnest in about a month and that'll dictate a little policy also depending on how things react to it okay i am sure you can get him video of paul tudor jones on cnbc a mentioning it go to cnbc dot com i'm also contemplating having an interview for the first time in like ever of somebody writes book or a ceo ken langone just wrote a book and i'm contemplating bringing them on i'm probably going to brilliant man was a guy who started up home depot pure capitalist love love when he's on tv.

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"tudor" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And welcome once again to investor's edge i hear the echoes back sorry i never talk about what other people think in the markets hardly ever i used to be a bad boy in blast jim cramer all the time and rightfully but to the point where i would ask myself why so i don't i don't put down anybody i don't give out their predictions and believe me there were tongue every now and then i'll make fun of an analyst by not mentioning their name because they do something stupid that's about it but paul tudor jones one of the greatest hedge fund managers of all time was out today on a certain financial channel and made some comments and i thought i would tell you and hopefully you can understand me now it just goes in my file manager he actually believes that the end of this year is going to be like ninety nine early eighty seven an early eighty nine of japan you know what they all were the good news a climactic belt up that's what he thinks problem guess what happened after the climactic melta now he did go on to say no i'm not predicting a major crash afterwards i'll just talking about the meltup but then he went bought and then he didn't say another word now if you don't know who paul tudor jones is go read up on them okay will we get a melt up i got new sphere the way this markets acting the second i would not say no money flows are going into half the markets and that's how you get melt ups in certain areas of the market.

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"tudor" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Things not also wanna mention something we'll do it in a couple of minutes paul tudor jones one of the great hedge fund managers were on a certain financial channel this morning and had some thoughts i don't usually do this i'm gonna tell you what he said they're quite interesting what he said and i don't put it past markets to do what he thinks could possibly happen so we'll have that a couple of minutes but i repeat as far as markets today dow down one does not even begin to tell the story on the action in the market today so we will cover that we will tell you the good the neutral and it's still the not so good as we cover everything from to z in here in the time allotted and then we close our eyes hold our nose and pray of course we try that that anyway so up next the full market wrap sectorbysector stock by stock the movers today and whatever else today we thank you for.

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LA wins injunction against Trump's Department of Justice

John and Ken

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

LA wins injunction against Trump's Department of Justice

"The and mendocino county sheriff's office are set to hold a news conference tomorrow about the case voters could get to decide if california should be split into three states supporters of the cal three initiative say californians would be better served by three smaller state governments when it comes to things like representation and resources congress would have to approve the split and stephen big leo who heads the opposition says not only will that not work creating three more bureaucracies and having three more lieutenant governor's isn't going to solve any california's problems the state still has to verify the six hundred thousand signatures cal three says it's gathered which is almost double the amount required to get it on the ballot corporate carson kfi news westminster has become the latest city in orange county to side with the feds against the sanctuary state law the westminster city council voted three two one last night to express support for the justice department's lawsuit against california at least ten cities in orange county plus the county board of supervisors have voted to support the lawsuit fullerton has voted to sit out the fight and santa ana has cited with the state a federal court has delivered a victory for la against the trump administration over immigration enforcement city attorney mike fewer calls the ruling on community policing grants a complete victory we remain a nation in which the constitution matters we remain a nation in which our justice system is a bulwark to protect our most fundamental value the city challenged the justice department's decision to make immigration enforcement a condition for federal grant money the city argued such a condition ran counter to the idea of community policing officials into hunga have put up new signs to mark a japanese detention station more than two thousand people were imprisoned at the tuna canyon station during world war two tudor detention center collision president nancy oda was born at a camp or the descendants of the detainees the healing is going to begin la councilwoman monica rodriguez says the signs at the.

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Details emerge about victims of California veteran home shooting

Speak Your Mind

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Details emerge about victims of California veteran home shooting

"Six eighty wcbm baltimore and wcbmcom president trump takes it on the road i'm kim duffy fox news president trump never turns down a shot to talk to a crowd i love this place hello pittsburgh hello holding a rally in pennsylvania for republican congressional candidate the president certainly did not make it just about that making a quick pivoted to his own accomplishments like his upcoming meeting with the leader of north korea and knock you to send missiles up think of it they're not sending missiles up and i believe that i believe that i really do i think they wanted to do something i think they want to make these i think it's time and i think we've shown great swing president says his new tariffs on steel and aluminum are saving the industry in the us the president also believes in sentencing drug dealers to jeff sank toughness is the only way to solve the drug problem and the president rolled out his reelection campaign slogan 'keep america great those who knew the man who fatally shot three workers at a veteran's treatment center in california are talking about what was happening leading up to the deadly standoff a legal guardian for thirty sixyearold albert wong says the veteran who served in afghanistan was having difficulty readjusting wong actually sought treatment at the pathway center where the shooting took place and was told to leave some time ago for an unknown reason fox's anam housley with more on the victim killed worker for gorelick 43yearold critical director christine lober 48yearold executive director and tudor for consolidate twenty nine year old clinical psychologist the three have been part of a programme that's really intertwined in the community here and that gunmen in veteran albert long also took his own life inside that center the money is rolling in fast and furious for black panther this year disney's hit film surpassing the one billion dollar mark in less than a month since its release is the fifth film in the marble universe to earn that much money it's also the second best most successful superhero film in the us of all time behind the dark nights fox news fair and balanced.

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"tudor" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

"Tudor she at resigned inner city schools and earned her after masters her first of fine book arts walls so within she walls could write and and medals tudor stool red mystery inner city schools she was named after one her of first the best book new voices walls within walls but the american library and middle association school mystery but she's here she today was named one of to the discuss best new the voices issues raised but the american in her second library book association opening but bell she's here today a semi to autobiographical discuss the issues novel raised about in her her second time book at a preeminent opening investment bell bank a semi autobiographical where she felt her work novel environ meant about her resembled time at a an preeminent ongoing investment friday party bank because where she of the recent felt her high work profile environ resignations meant resembled of powerful an ongoing men who abused friday party women because she's of become the recent a high sought profile after resignations spokeswoman of powerful for what women men endure who abused in women the brok culture she's become of mostly a sought male after spokeswoman organizations for what marine women endure i too have in lived the brok through culture the period of mostly that you write male about organizations and i marine think i the too firm you have work lived through for the period had that a you particular write about culture which and didn't necessarily i think the firm characterize you work for all of had wall street a particular and culture it was which characteristic didn't necessarily of a characterize point in time all i of wall wonder street if and you it was came characteristic back to the of workplace a point today in and time have i to wonder write a book if whether you it came would be the same back to buck the workplace do you today think we and haven't have to write changed a book considerably whether it would from be that the period same and buck don't you think do you your think firm we haven't was a particular changed outlying considerably are in that world from that period yes so and dallas don't you think something your firm was especially a particular with the adaptation outlying.

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"tudor" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL

"Tudor she at resigned inner city schools and earned her after masters her first of fine book arts walls so within she walls could write and and medals tudor stool red mystery inner city schools she was named after one her of first the best book new voices walls within walls but the american library and middle association school mystery but she's here she today was named one of to the discuss best new the voices issues raised but the american in her second library book association opening but bell she's here today a semi to autobiographical discuss the issues novel raised about in her her second time book at a preeminent opening investment bell bank a semi autobiographical where she felt her work novel environ meant about her resembled time at a an preeminent ongoing investment friday party bank because where she of the recent felt her high work profile environ resignations meant resembled of powerful an ongoing men who abused friday party women because she's of become the recent a high sought profile after resignations spokeswoman of powerful for what women men endure who abused in women the brok culture she's become of mostly a sought male after spokeswoman organizations for what marine women endure i too have in lived the brok through culture the period of mostly that you write male about organizations and i marine think i the too firm you have work lived through for the period had that a you particular write about culture which and didn't necessarily i think the firm characterize you work for all of had wall street a particular and culture it was which characteristic didn't necessarily of a characterize point in time all i of wall wonder street if and you it was came characteristic back to the of workplace a point today in and time have i to wonder write a book if whether you it came would be the same back to buck the workplace do you today think we and haven't have to write changed a book considerably whether it would from be that the period same and buck don't you think do you your think firm we haven't was a particular changed outlying considerably are in that world from that period yes so and dallas don't you think something your firm was especially a particular with the adaptation outlying.

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"tudor" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"You as you might imagine the lines theme company weinstein in themselves harvey his brother the whole weinstein family mean the whole fine wines thing company are now a targeted in a class action lawsuit you knew this was going oh by the way you did here today right the time magazine's person of the year is hashtag me to i've argued that he should have been harvey weinstein and i don't mean that the honor and because that's not what it's all about it's about who has who has had the most impact and i think arby unquestioned who's been harvey weinstein harvey weinstein the whole not by his own choosing obviously but this is how all this started with with harvey widen weinstein not the hash tag me tours but i guess you can say they're the ones who came out but i mean you that's not a person i mean it's not it's not one person it's people anyway the powerful businessmen who sat on the winds company board including billionnaire paul tudor jones is that there's real name yes my name's paul tudor jones airway calls me tutte is for short paul twothirds showing you kidding me as you get his name battled i'm just kidding or what all joe that sound to pedestrians that your diet yes i'm paul chartreuse jones uh and hillary clinton's pal mark ring and m s g boss jim dolan have been accused of complicity in the movie mogul sexual misconduct in a bombshell new court filing class action lawsuit filed today in new york southern district list as defendants hedge fund mogul tudor jones publishing heir and billonaire investor dirk ziff and billionaire hedge fund manager lazarie there was a big time bangalar for hillary during the last presidential ruined by the way uh tudor jones lazarie and ziff resigned from the board of the winds in company in october after harvey's behavior was exposed by the new york times but you know they knew about all of the payouts they had two of their on the board of directors also named in the.

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"tudor" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"And take the room back now if you wanna litigated great but no that you're going to change the your neurobiology of that room and you're gonna be a part of ruining thanks give because this nudges dunkel film now you bit right and by biting you do have responsibility in that that's one it becomes you're issue until then everyone in the room he will be blameless is so where people forget some of that stuff it's really true now i don't think that everybody is as bad as you know drunk on cool phil route lotta people are a lot more passive in their aggression sure those knives coned very very stealthily yeah i remember being asked to offer the blessing after that red clear classic move visit it's it's funny it's a little clever its passive aggressive uh and so and you're like i didn't bring a go i don't have any see that's really good at it i just said which god would you like me to pray to love it i logo and then i put my hands on the near and began to chant half the table completely cracked up the other was shook their head and we moved on and let someone else offer the policy now where it when i was asked to give a blessing by my first fatherinlaw i said okay i just took him up on it why not and just and but i didn't i didn't do a dick move i definitely could have done a dick move i i don't think i did i just felt bad my head and said may we all be grateful for the things that we've achieved that we've received today and may we all continue to love each other as deeply as we can amen a what happened in the room i think i it was great and i will say that i like it i guess this is tooting my own horn but i will say that sometimes we have to tudor own words i haven't doing it uh whether i have sewer out giving him permission.

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"tudor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of what they do from a wrist strategy from an investment strategy from a portfolio management strategy and you know when i have to stop here for just a second because we've been talking about no human intervention interaction the fact of the matter is it all human initially the people who are writing the algorithms absolutely that's where that's coming it right absolutely and at the end of the day these are the people that ultimately are going to set the parameters to how the algorithms created can set the parameters as to preventing any sort of cheating any sort of cutting corners they also can prevent the parameters of the machine itself from going down a certain with strategy or portfolio strategy that may be not be in line with their actual assessment of what how they want to perform so in many ways it is ultimately on the people itself so the computer may be doing all the work nba maybe spouting of the actual and result both individuals that were at the beginning of the story that have to ultimately take responsibility for it so crucial when you look at the space who's actually surely using it right now a hedge fund space to a degree that it's actually working or investors are seeing some results from it sure absolutely the firms that i always think of our like d e shah citadel to sigma these wants have for a long time historically always incorporated some part of the computergenerated investment decisionmaking but we're seeing firms like tudor now actually starting to get into this space as well and i think that's a sign that really the human element is still important payton different capacities in different job functions whereas in the past you'd have people who had good portfolios could block books of contacts and non names that they could go to for funding now that's not so important anymore announced by hey do you know how to cope in python dina had a coat in are do you have a good understanding of programming from an academic standpoint you've got a ph d in aerospace in our auto no matter of quantum physics these things are being more important in terms of the decisionmaking of the personnel that they hire because those are the people that ultimately going to drive the backbone of the.

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"tudor" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"In january of eighteen twenty nine wioth also suggested a method of making the bloc's thicker basically cutting a sheet of ice sliding it under solid ice to make a double layer and then cutting around the stack to allow it to float while re freezing this let them make blocks of ice up to twenty inches thick when previously they had considered themselves lucky for a naturally frozen layer of nine to twelve inches so you started to do financially really well and then sue events massively changed fredericks life in 1830 three when he was forty nine he started making massive investments into coffee futures and he also met eufemia feno who was aged nineteen tudor was immediately smitten with her and they were quickly engaged but he kept it in the wedding secret from his family who he was increasingly estranged from there was a lot of drama in pettiness tudor family if if you read accounts that the get into his family dynamics it's really his his brotherinlaw uh robert hallowed gardner that comes off the best of all of whom uh so by this point he was not really getting along and he did not tell them that he was getting married but they got married on january fifth of eighteen thirty four and they would go on to have six children the coffee speculation on the other hand would not be nearly so productive coffee prices collapsed and he lost about two hundred fifty thousand dollars of his investor's money he convinced his creditors to allow him to continue his ice business unhindered committing to pay at least the interest back every year and estimating that it would take about six years to pay off.

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"tudor" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"In tracy did the research on this one and she didn't find evidence that he had directly enslaved anyone although there is a troubling account of an agent from india bringing him a quote servant as a gift it is incredibly likely that at least some of the people unloading ice at southern and caribbean ports and working for the year round agents an ice housekeepers living there were enslaved and a lot of fredericks customers would have been buying his ice with profits that came from slave labor it's a good example of how industries in the united states were complicit in slavery even when founded and run from states were slavery had long been abolished similar things he was investing and before he started this isis business similarly were being produced using in slave labor like his his molasses trades rate molasses was made from sugar that was farmed on plantations that used in slave labor i found it frustrating that vero of the accounts that i looked at about both frederick tudor and the ice trade in general really got into the fact that he created an industry selling stuff to enslavers like that is where the money was coming from so to get back to his basic story although he was selling lots of ice in eighteen teams he was not breaking even because he's still have so many debts to pay and we will talk about how he finally started to break even briefly after another quick sponsor break.

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"tudor" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on Tech News Today

"Are gives mccue tudor oshii somewhat of a decent give shoes are wolf i do something wrong and would have you don't really know were home doing homework lisa go look at that and see where i did it wrong it'll show me so i could use it she's like that like dehlvi rule useful to me for trying to figure stuff out and i'm like uh it would be but what happens is most people just cheer dole do the work and releasing its america and that's how we get down uh i i just again i i wish i had it i really i understand the problems of the people who are going to cheater going to cheap right whether they're using that or a friend during her homework or anything else that nature so it's not really a huge deal per se i hope i hope that cheers cheat as you say i hope that that is trail and we don't have all these tools that just make it easier and easier for everyone to cheat in order to keep up because of albro pressure robot future gus how we get there we stopped doing were we just let the computer in the robot during than for worse os du we're trying to get to that allow must future so no morale for anybody except for the people designing the robots well how are they gonna learn math at some point uh we work on our day like intelligued kennedy do meth on our own like what new math is there come on now we have a shortage of machinelearning engineering experts sweetest had do have a shortage and so that's you know because too many people use wolfram alpha to get the answers to their economic threetest too many people want america also this country there are a lot of math with has been imported for work so i think will be fine justice was just be america and coast.

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"tudor" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

Don't Blame Me!

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

"I'm sure he looks yet but even tudor thanks to me undies we are back in the fox call hi megan are of your order and i am afraid followed in la i got out of their relationship where i completely game mile governor evening a hunter burn fat and it basically crashing burned uh offered i went through various firing oppression about how i was it worse anybody's high or is love and all that uh the melee which is a whole shebang but um curry how did not iin just super free to get myself somebody get into fall in love again and make my home over the weekend so if you have any advice from rod that'd be great i understand what you're saying i totally get where you're coming from the seeing with heartbreaks and deming dumped ordering broken up with an all that stuff your i can't even guarantee you and tell you like when you put yourself out there it's you're going to benefit from it from it and it's gonna be great like you're probably going to have your heartbroken at least five or six more times for you end up with the person you're going to be with but you either go through all of that and find the prisoners was to be with or you don't go through all the and you don't find that person there's really no kind of way around it i mean if there was a movie industry would be very very boring and no romantic comedy that ever been made love can super super suck it can really suck and everything ends until it doesn't.

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"tudor" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"tudor" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"He will the fear is that as her powers grow aries powers will grow a thing though like this she doesn't want her to learn how to fight because that makes for more likely to be discovered by the god of war and i think this is the most radical idea about when is why i think it's one of the most amazing superhero takes in any other instance i can think of a superhero is defined by how well they fight and here we have an advocate for peace you are awesome because you're not going to use that power to fight and that's not usually something champion you have two different influences you have her mother and the mother is saying we wanna keep you young the reason why you're still a child because you're not being trained to be a warrior and so she's running away from her tudor at school she's trying to learned the lessons of the other influence the sister who is saying that if our job if we were created to save mankind from aires and the temptation of war the best defences having her be a warrior and i definitely feel like that's an aesthetic that will run through this movie this movie will not celebrate battlefield bloodshed and the way gall cadeau plays this wonderwoman i feel like you're harnesses that naive t that someone raised on this island would have that hasn't seen war she wants to be this fearsome warrior but the actress even when she gets out in the real world and is seen the in discovering things that she thought was true aren't i think she does capture just again in the looks of her face i i don't know of problem not a great actress but for this film.

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