14 Burst results for "United Fiance"
"united finance" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"After his passing and he said he remembers when stewart got a report card when he was like in grammar school and the teacher. Quit is very good at directing the other kids on the playground. That tells you a lot. Well i guess this was. This was kind of in the cards. Yeah but he was very obsessive. You certainly a great to collaborate with. He was always just the best coming up with a story. Yeah what was your collaboration process. Like 'cause you both were thick as thieves when you were working together. Yeah well we. I mean we. There was a number of stages of working. I mean we did. You'd say reanimator dolls from beyond kind of one sort of well. Reanimated santa part andalas from united finance So another but we were still dealing with with in from your status. We all came up with the story. The story dinner shrimps shrimp and it was always will the way. Stewart is put it. He said that he and i brought out the worst in johor. yeah he. He told me that. When i spoke to him and dennis told me recently said you know. The funny thing was is overnight. We work because stewart was dennis oldest friend and said you know and they went to college Theater thing together and We did so many projects we have so many things he said we could have done anything. But you want to do horror. So i mean i never thought that way because when i first met stewart i was i had put an ad in weekly variety a little ad that i paid for it said horror director one. You can imagine how that was back before fax machines are up and so it was like i was. I was going to make horror. Because i i like horror or van. And if. I'm gonna risk all the money that i have the world and go into debt. It was going to be a horror and but when i met stewart he was like a and i've met a lot different. Hustle directors kim. I saw his place and we immediately immediately. I seem to have we're riffing. And and when and when we developed the reanimator strip into a movie script there was never any. It was me and him dennis. I never really know with william norse Who had according to stewart. Dennis and kind of created the west character was the one they kind credit him with coming up with that kind of irony kind of edge that that west has we love. You know i mean. I just never remember. There is unreal animator. I never regis through a lot of ideas around the original script. There was a tv pilot. And it only went as far as.
"united finance" Discussed on KCRW
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"united finance" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Welcome back radio and while all the big leagues are playing again including the premier league. The champions league european leagues the europa league. We have international football. And of course here in the united states. The nfl season is back in full swing. While you not might not be at the game. Wow you can still be in on the action that online from game spreads and totals to team player and coaching props. Bet online gives you more options to wager than any other place online. Plus they've got the online casino. Never closes the casinos here. My hometown in las vegas so had tibet online dot. Ag take advantage of all the great sign up bonuses again. Better line dot ag sign up today and make them your online sportsbook experts writer before we get to the matches a couple of stories worthy of discussion a sad story to start with and one that really makes me wonder if you have been following football for a while and if you're new to the game welcome but you probably don't know who i'm gonna talk about. But former arsenal palace england defender kenny sansom diagnosed with dementia apparently has something called wernicke korsakov syndrome. Which is a form of dementia. First of all it's treatable best news that there is but apparently this foam of dementia is showing up more and more in former football players. They're saying that ex professional footballers off three and a half times more likely to suffer and die of dementia than the general population. Now unlike the issues with and the nfl here. The professional footballers association have been very active with it. The primarily has been and the football league both been very responsive to these issues and they are looking into it and looking at a changes and what they can do and many studying it to see how they can avoid this because playing a professional sport should not equate to your end your life as dribbling drooling mess in some institutions somewhere so the pfa set up a brain injury disease toss force and they're also calling for heading training to reduce to be reduced. So that you can reduce the amount of head impact if you've ever played the game and we certainly go back to kennedy sansom's era kenny. Played back in the Back in the seventies. And i think like mid eighties was pretty much the end of it for him. He england eighty six times but back. In those days the bulls were not as light and as Technical as they are. Now i mean i remember playing with the old levels. You know they'd get wet. Soak up the the soak up the rain and they were like being hit with concrete but back in those days you were expected to head that bowl you're expected to to just throw your body at it and of course when you're talking about something that heavy hitting your head a high rate of speed it's going to cause brain injury so this is what studying We would've kenny sansom a recovery a return to normalcy a happy life and all the best and it is a rather sad story but hopefully an eye opening one. The other story goes around the incredible hulk himself. No that's why i know that's what used to call nicolas anelka but no we're talking about paul pogba who apparently is unhappy. He's at man. United is agent. Who is known for stirring the pot and being and being difficult i suppose is is one way of putting it Me knowle's course. We're talking about his aged. Saying that poked is unhappy. He's no longer able to express himself as he would like. An as is expected of him he has a contract. That's going to expire in and a half so the agent is saying you need to sell him now and he came out. Even further and said pokemon experiment at united is done. Well if i man united first of all. I'm absolutely mad about this. Poor pauper has had a series of injuries. He had cove it. He's being he's being Slowly re integrated into the team. He started only eight games. Okay i get it but you know. They've only played. What ten primarily games plus the champions league. He scored his first goal. It's taking him a while to get back into it. Only going to social has a new system. Just trying to put it any scott brunner fernandez. He's got some other players and look. Paul pogba astor ernest position as to be healthy. And i don't think anyone saying he's not a world class player that putting united in a very awkward position to have to be forced to have to force to sell him in the january window now typically in the january window players go for a premium price and this could be. What mariela is trying to do here if you wait till summer well a whole bunch of other players are going to be on the market but if a player like pogba coming on the market particularly when you've got teams like rail madrid who are struggling to reach the pinnacle. Once again of laliga. He may be setting up a very big money move from united to madrid. Which of course will make raila the rich man because that's how it works if he isn't a very rich man altogether so there's a lot of politics play here that have really nothing to do with pogba his playing time so the travails of united remember puck but was originally united. They let him go on nothing and then they had to buy him back for big money. But i think what's going on here is that they poisoned the well with pogba so that now. He wants to go but january if united they're going to sell them is the time to do it because they will get premium dollars so as unfortunate. I don't think team should be forced into a corner particularly in a cove here particularly in a rebuilding period. And i don't like man united but have sympathy here a lot of it however however it is being rumored that you've a are offering paolo di bala who's twenty seven years old. Probably got one more contract and him and they're offering up to united liverpool chelsea taught them city and also now of those teams the only once. I could imagine that would really be interested in and again to paul is a really good player would be united and maybe also often lead to anything. But i don't see also spending a penny if they could take some of that. Money and sign ebola. It could possibly just possibly make the poison pill a little less tough to swallow. But either way i think a very tough thing to do. No-one really knows what united's finances look like the glazes keep it very close to the vest we know they have a lot of debt. We know that debt service is eating into more and more one of the things that united have always had is a large capacity stadium and a lot and basically every match at old trafford is considered to sell out and that's been a revenue stream that they can both bank on borough ford against which they've done both with of course with covid. They haven't had that. So we know united suffering financially. They have big debt burden. Which i know united supporters talk about all the time and how much they hate the glazes. And this that me of it. I would suggest to you.
"united finance" Discussed on KCRW
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"united finance" Discussed on The 2 Robbies
"Kind of agree that it is something that this is not huge it's not it's something the game can can address saintly the game can look out. This weekend my friend. It one full want not it's still. Proposed teams down at the wrong From Brian One in San is a bit of adultery light equalizer. Includes mcallister equalizer from the AW penalty. One woman in not less decision very very nicely might dating Smith via. Can Get doing. You'll be going on for soon detaining. Waiting want like many more. Time for me now I bet but now Russky raw getting the goal. God. Blimey, what a good guy that was for villa a more at one a team that that's now. What it to be fair. It's always wanted to be on the front foot in play and that's My season but defensively I think. Yeah. I mean if frontline quote Evans just look at what defend industry team look from villa and how improve from lockdown today to now just by defending. Who John John Terry Might John Terry might be involved in the defensive improvements villa wonder if frank might try and get on the phone to anyway say JT's ownership by non my Jay. He's GonNa done after this with. Other so as a result for us in villa flying league table. Just watched wolves beat Leeds in A. Game where wolves will happy to sit back. Yeah. The counter again. Yeah. One in the second often leads were littler fuel but unity's. kind of find a way through a good defensive unit. On. Not. Only minutes believes leads would not gay. Yeah, they absolutely, right. Those off CIANCI's wins again who fled. Shield at the moment I'm not Patrick Bamford. It was done really really well. Little bit yeah. Struggle. Tonight's it took. GonNa going to stop in wanted to just take to help him out but yet just. Yeah. The the last August, but the show's causes you to see who might under appreciated performer. If. I'm going to bit. Bit left field and to be it wasn't a great game West. Brom versus Burnley nil going to struggle to will cut in to to come up with any particular interest on it but under appreciate Thailand is Dwight McNeil. Now I know within Burnley within football of course, he's appreciated and he's just trying to noodle. Six years, but watching his development is. And his quality and is confidence without left-foot whether it's crossing boys in driven inside making good decisions with his passing and his vision is awareness me is. Going places I said that about Sunday Burger. Midfield Platt Twenty, two years of age of powerful scully. Little Bit of everything, Dwight, McNeil, COMPLA- of away high-level them Burnley, and again. I'm not saying he should I look to leave the club he's suffocating. He's on long term chart which will protect his valley for the club by he. He's under shaded in football in the primarily people maybe don't watch much. Left sided midfield player there there is not a ton of those around and I think it's time to mention McNeil as been a big in a big future in the primarily national short-list stove left field for left wing. Montana was as a kid I. Think he left full achievement to build a billion gripe job and I don't those web dot cicada pickups Spin League GonNa do and if things went terribly wrong Struggles in went down the be plenty for all. These plenty of places in the family eight final her Decent. So yeah, I'll agree with you on that one. A new segment to to our show on its without on new pointless points back sportsbook and it says segments when we're GONNA look at. Different. Ajit during the Games this week we're GONNA. Look at Tight Law Jim I think the main reason for that is not only did they'd live pool drool in the. But they can they lost. Virgil, you'll find out which way we now know is it looks like for the majority. Of the season to an icy Al and just how things have changed what book as some people believe it is the outlook fool for the tile. So before this weekend. Finchley Bunch Setting Liverpool it pretty much evens on Monte City plus one fifty Liverpool will close one So pretty much even that Alan James in terms of winning the league. Since we can muster Liverpool. Juuling. Dark Injury Monta city of Ghana to minus a hundred ten, which basically means if you put one hundred, ten pounds, you win a hundred. Liverpool of two plus two June twenty five, which means if you put on a hundred dollars for for Liverpool you into didn't twenty-five Bassam thing like to in a bit to one end Monto City we even favorites, and then below those, we've got Tottenham plus twelve hundred. Basically twelve to one Chelsea plus two two, thousand Richard About Twenty, two, one efforts in similar twenty, two, one, all snow plus twenty eight. Hundred, which is twenty eight to one in an outside Manchester United Finance. Review surprised how high Everton are in these in these. Oil Way above man united. Do you know what I'm thinking that people may believe this is a less city season. Pink six might not only not all just being existed my own. And somebody can come through the ranch so. and. Much experience is running area the last. Italian to. Go to a place. Above all. Six, hundred, sixty, six, hundred, sixty, six, one Aston. Villa. making elite you know because they burden of the season well, could it be that less distinctive outlast team that that? Did It in twenty, fifteen, sixteen, all hundred. Eight, hundred. Eighty wounded.
"united finance" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"So she always had guide guiding her. She also had the yellow brick road. So sometimes, there is the yellow brick road. You don't have to do it on your own. You can sometimes have a guy. Yeah, Yeah No. Point, just thinking back to the program saw where you say you give this step by step. Process. Because it's being coaching now. Coaches since I did track and field at school to track and field as well candidate. Obviously coaching now extended to everything everybody I. Know Your Therapist really primarily but. There's this thing now in coach in an author LP could Walmart Been Ram before code? Habit. Coaching. Because when he was talking to me about the guy, you know always went out to buy red pepper and wherever he's not enough money wherever. As Kana WLAC a habitual thing as well isn't it reunion and addictions can form that way because then it's a real problem addictions which we can talk about off the. But. Is that CA- form of habit coach program different interns step by step program. Now, I am not familiar with heavy coaching. Amazing sounds it sounds either like one or two things one, there's a habit forms and we are trying to replace the habit with the healthier or. Put It in a very basic I don't think is pregnant. It's kind of light but when you start learning to brush your teeth from an undue his daughter, she's in five years over. You get used to the signal is you're gonNA, walk in a bathroom and when you will come up often I in winning because you've walked through to the door in the bathroom, assume gives you the thing that you got to brush your teeth. So that kind of gives you a habit it had is habit forming and it takes a certain amount days. Maybe it's four days on twenty one days. This scientific. So If. You formed the habit somewhere you can reprogram that us by. Funding another signal. So you do something different way which is a correct way or. To get away from a bad habit, you know something not that. Things will signal. Some right. Based on what I hear you say. Have you coaching is programming. They are program I mean you to do the same thing L. Spit on in estate isn't it? Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Also. Also, it sounds like it is removing is almost muscle memory. So as a dancer yeah. Tennis. Player whatever you do you're do it Zach saying ways of the muscles remember it so that you I see that all the same. Program is similar to that too however programming usually you didn't have anything to do it has happened to you. It sounds like habit coaching is intentional. The. Intentionally It's mostly around things on nutrition and and things are of the obviously we've exercise if people don't get in a of it and then. You want as opposed to trying to get them during that and yes. Will we use the term habit? Coaching It sounds PA-, Limon airy and at thinking as a hypnotherapist now, I could be wrong but it sounds preliminary and it sounds like what I would want as your air is, is for this to become less of a habit and more of like a lifestyle leg has it is yeah it's like Lauren Style coaching is more exactly. So then having is habit is the first step and then so now I I meditate every morning. Yes. If I don't meditate in the morning I wake up and I'm like, Oh, you gotta go you know I'll I'm thinking about is, will I be able to Messi when will be? Being. Messy, it's Almost like Without the meditation I'm not even dressed is almost like I went outside and I didn't address. That will be the absurd that it makes sense. It's not a habit to give them to get dressed. Right Young. Habit get dressed every morning. Crazy. I think is more more locker with nutrition. Obviously, people do have like drinking too much sugar or into Chicago or certain things south and space around there. Oh. Yes. So So you use it in the beginning to because when you were a can't you probably didn't want to just walk around with your diaper on. All right. So You. Get you get. Pawsey training whatever way we call it toilet training and bat. Exactly. On clothing and then Utah to brush your team like you said, it becomes a lifestyle. Method Yeah True Yeah. Never. Heard it clinical sense but I'm sure. You know. Some people might look at him from Jason as a safe more in the fitness water. Heard it. Like style industry. Let's talk about because he said to me you moved to Vegas really because of the United Finance work in maybe clientele. Is it because of the casinos and all the big life that goes on there and was his big money being spent narrow? Or did you say the reason? Was You reason? Yes part of that was joking, but there's some truth to. So I chose Vegas, because it is no for a certain type of Person Vegas. Has, what they is caused high rollers I call high achievers. It's still the high achievers either they live here were they pass through here at least once or twice a year man because I run a wellness company that's focused on well, we have certain compliance hill. So the type of people that we work with are they're willing to pay for premium service, which is what we have. So I'm not a dare his at level like the grassroots over the community level. This work at I doing is not about work like worrying about paying your bills. That's a different kind of stress whether you're going to have like you get home or not as a whole totally different kind of. Stress Dan I need to run this country I I. Help people pay their heels. That's a totally different kind of stress to know that you are the person that other people accountable so that they can feed their families and that level of responsibility is heavy. It's fast people that I serve who the people who consider at the top lonely. You know how they say his lonely at the top. You heard that statement another bitter programming it doesn't lonely at the top is just that we can't see the other people that are up there with us because we're so busy look down at all the people we have to help. Underneath us is so as lonely at the top is because we have a right cuffed hands or arms with other hiatchi reserved there with US instead looking down trying to stay, we're who hold we need to pour into. So we need to do both and we need just had that timing. So beg is for knee is a place where a lot of high achievers. Also, there's a huge wellness community here Vegas. I get the best of all worlds by via vase, I, get the wellness and the will and and I'm not strange. Vegas, because when you talk about money in other places is not an easy conversation proposing the had but you can talk all day and they used is what will come to me Yeah Yeah. Concrete explanation I always see it. The Billionaires Entrepreneurial type goes to Vegas but. Then in type creative actors and singers, guys hang around in La in Hollywood. It's not yeah and also. There this is the place where their conferences at will out you're throwing. Their conferences, all the conferences come here is all. Sports. Say, we've Fox in his woes quite willenbring big sporting events as well. Young things outside it's not it's not just a gambling places it really right Exactly. Thank. You said his boxing is USC there also a lot of at the there's like a huge electronics. Conference, a cubs every year that everybody there's a fashion converse comes every year that everybody..
"united finance" Discussed on Indigenous 100 Podcast
"Branding the whole loss but I really wanted to becoming just a bit too filming and I just wanted to. What do you mean to wake up? I guess for me I wanted to for me. I really want to try and make everything that I put my hand in energy to. I WANNA make accounts and I want it to be a full expression of Maha Hussain who I am as a person the United States and painting does it for me. It's painting and telling stories through my paintings united in terms of satisfaction and fulfilment that. I get from doing what I do. You know the moment of becomes about money all that sort of thing. I believe if you perceive what you love and enjoy the money will follow you and that that has been true musk's experienced in Juny United States to always stay true to today quantum path voiced. My goal is to be authentic about what I painting how I go about it and and just everything really that ought do say. Wendy made that decision. Why do you make that decision at that time? The quest for authenticity and a true representation of of you and who you will mice you. We need my decision. Why does it happen at that time? I believe is anonymous? You know. These measure of responsibility to unite with. Yea Yea doing because it is. It is different than just close to one form of of expression about either strings to your bow but the quiz for authenticity is an important point because a lot of people who who want true presentations of who they are through the various forms various fields of a dividend day pursue. Something that aways happens to call. Is it for me and one thousand nine hundred seven? There was a Tom. We audited more Beck and stuff and I thought well I really wanted to for me does not just about a career job I see it as a cooling unit and I believe with it comes a sense of responsibility on not only what I produce but how I produce it in a responsibility because I have a a sphere of influence as well in hindsight everything I'll do and the thing is when it comes so th intercity especially on Social Media Get signed. Many people united displaying the holiday meals on the but non sees the behind the scenes in iron so. I believe at the end of the day people connect with real they just over fake and either people's hall out reels they really. WanNa and the way the we be real is a stub three being vulnerable in Psalm very even about him on January going through depression and stuff in reaching a so subtle point as well which enhance sought ends up becoming very powerful tool and again connecting with people. This is real was going with. Speak to you you just days where I was going because it seems to me that come in for people who go through that phase in the lives that the way that they go into it but the response and the actions Tyke form that is becomes a really important for filling pod the lives that has guide them the rest of their lives to achievements. They they get to the live so so. Can you talk me through you? You you realize that you're you're in this phase of your life that you as you say you have that APPREC- Mar Depression came about through a series of INS- of hit full of incident through an lotion prostituted. Very strong willed unite driven young men sort of thing and a lot of people. You knew me at the Tong. Even myself you know wouldn't even think that'll be the top of peace until you go through. Depression is left. Does sometimes that. I'm really brings you down to zero and son you know the thing is about depression and stuff too. It's all contextual. You know we have no idea what a pistons going through looking from the outside in. But it's when you find out what the Pistons Game Three and found out not remind you any but then me Sherry Ma. Ginny a lot of people. Thousands of people have opened up some of these now. And you just get a full picture of what people go through and Ula studs mental and you can condescend why they end up in that place and so I think the key for a lot of Meena suspending out a talk about this stuff as well. Say muffing was really. Just stop. Waiting through a series of Wien saw futile. Vince relationship breakdowns. As well as you know with my wife or anything I'm my wife. She's been my rock. We'll be married for eighteen years and without he'll probably wouldn't be today. Nice little thing. Say but you for me. it's become a huge fan of united. Just really helped me wanting to stop the seventy s series Goldberg Toco as well which is all about interviewing a mean. A lot of Modena's will just sharing one all to helpful practical keys on what other things that actually helped him come through the professional help them. Percy's because a lot of us may need to speak up and I think it's an vulnerability wherever to give others hype. You how do you do that? I mean the because he's Brian and you see it from audie mean and I think you're right now. Ability be able be vulnerable is limited biofilms really the kind of social scenes of Yup Storage Mama. All this kind of thing which is which is at the end of those just offers noise. Ron Yep so how. How do you do that? You'll but how how did you? This is how I helped a very going through a really tough time in the struggling to talk I'll get together with them and the fist thing. Autos I uh Shiama Jenny. In some of the speaks of much ginny won't be very personal and very revealing. You know. Most people wouldn't talk about that stuff but undoing this you actually create a trust in a safety with the epistle because on basically making myself vulnerable to Pearson and you know nonsense editor at a teen. They personal always open up after of fist initiated. That it's the PAL vulnerability and it's on. Because by doing this it removes judgments people know that you'll be the judge them in it because you'll leveling with them on the same level so so was was at a way of expressing y'all vulnerability through that time that helped through that phase of your off heels pot of it but I think to be practical. requires a holistic approach. Physically emotionally gainful free. She Awoke X. laws making sure. It's all good. United FINANCIALLY. United finances can be crippling and can be a huge burden and reason. Why a lot of mean go through the United National saw the? I'm seeing a counselor off highly recommended as well. It was helpful for me and so I just basically rebuilding. That's the full leagues of Achie- One Leagues Breaking on whatever the whole structure becomes unstable but if you restore full leagues again to a place of stability and strength you know it's It's just a it's for me. That's what I was prescribed seen on going through. Depression the patient to say that from experience for me going through depression you know. According to things that are very powerful and lush nuts. Compassion and empathy. Empathy is when you're able to connect with the person's pain because being the yourself and it's it's one of discovered it's one of those powerful tools. Oh heaven now is because they will listen to because I know that you're not judging them and they know that you'll be near personally and stuff in so says. How important is it for what you do now it? It's for me it's part of what I do you know. It's part of a magician but and sign it on just paint on the theme of depression and all that sort of united the opportunities we get a lot of speaking on opportunities as well to wake places construction companies and all that sort of stuff and I just getting them to cultivate Coaches of just health and mental health and empathy. And all that sort of stuff so but just breaking it. Down on the way we had started usable. Impractical technically outweigh. Because sometimes it can seem to Erie feary. Oil is making a very practical as important now. You said you never sees for do when you're in Sydney. Why we all over the united just two long story short actually in the process of doing a potential. Tv Show in New York. Zona me painting one hundred portrait of a hundred portraits for celebrities over the long story short. 'cause I admit a producer of the show models with? At and this is not done. Portugal Austin Keiko's all that sort of thing and the thing is all just young and ambitious in discarding for ages. Trying anything and everything but we moved over to Sydney as interim move just waiting for the final green lawn but it fell through so we ended up staying in Sydney for wall in interest. Sibling need for a wee bit. The store and I found it really fascinating and always wanted. Why is tea and Cocoa Doke? Well this this is the true story here me and my cousin. We were watching the show at home. My cousin was staying with us at the well. Well we just watching TV and things Mewa. We love dogs or the patient who is being a huge dog lover and stuff and we've gone night kids inside out Gill caboodle is ideally. But you we you know we saw a lesson. Keiko's TV show. They had the dog on the show as well. My cousin see Geez paint. The dog spotted casinos. Like let's say long story short. I'm Kazaam done one of season Milan. The dog was spreads dog Pity and I really do people that do nine me. They know love dogs of the picture. Name say he and I followed all the union stuff and it really lead onto the whole dope pusher genie. We think it really was a way of me. Hiring in shopping Moscoso's a season my life. We can honestly south of painting drawing easily of fifty nine hundred dollars. Portraits now at Kazaa sees them along when I painted us he. She the Fed on his Twitter page of me home and stole protrude inaugural flooded from doggone is all over the world for consumer stuff. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah it was crazy so I really have painted a Lotta but chop and in Hindmarsh. Crafty hairdresser so you not speaking with a technical leaks. Good if you really want to get technical around enough to stick phrases you might want to speak to me and I'm a two year old so so but I suspect there's a lot of detail and in stuff that's required to get this stuff right. I mean none of this probably true for most portraits but particularly for you. Will you know the thing is Portrait's people traditional data was just the fusion on my two loves the hunting and indulge. Say I went through that season really. I'm but you talk portraits. It really taught me a lot about special going into portraits of people as well. That's the hottest thing to paint hands down because of you onslaught detail wrong. It ends up looking like the person's cousin or something and so it's it's you've really got up the NFL along painting portraits of people. In say it. But I'm thankful for that season of the dog. Portraits because it really helped Hind my craft and developed portraiture in the how important viewers to get portrait people portraits right. Because you know.
"united finance" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"World that now is I'm no here longer with Paul dominated Stevens. solely A by senior the United finance States. leader at But AT by and two T Paul. big Why does more AT or less, and T equal invest power. in the You know, GNA I would program say, you for know, its financial my act is professionals. to bring history and One all of our of this. core And values whether it's Johnson, that AT Spence, and T one one is or nNcholas. Lardy alleging one are human or capabilities Burston wanna and one one there has event to be an is understanding investing of the history in our of people. the Chinese So they have when the appropriate you look at skills the history of the Chinese. to drive value What throughout does it the say business. about how The CG they may. will respond to the next trunch of trade war? Well, two or three things what is the Chinese regard their rise to global power. Now, not as a new thing, but the restoration of their historical position until about eighteen hundred. They were the dominant world economy, then and that's the second point they suffered what they call the century of humiliation when they were subjugated by Japan Europeans to some extent, the United States Edward driven into poverty, and subjugation. It'll devastating decline from the global role. They did they are in revenge mode. They are trying to overcome that century if you they will not kowtow to being. Browbeat by the United States bilaterally. They will respond tit for tat retaliatory boost by the president or the other hand if they are isolated in the world, if we can remobilize our traditional alliances, and if China is isolated in the world that they will respond to I think try to respond constructively for Burston, your darken the door of the console foreign relations in nineteen sixty seven a few years ago, you among others, Richard Haass, and others have brought forward the dialogue of international relations your world. Now. Fred is the vogue. It's what every kid wants to take in college, etc. Etc. Everybody wants to be an atom posing, a friend, Burston, whatever. What's the mistake? Kids are take doing today in international relations. What are they need to stop doing and start doing to get a better holistic understanding of the world? They need to understand that we're in a multipolar world in which a motor publicity of powers have to be integrated and reconciled if we're going to have a functioning world order in economic orient broader, geopolitical term that means understanding lots of different cultures understanding supply chains and economic terms understanding, how international institutions work at how cooperative networks have to be brought together a Trump approach of America first or the populace reactions, we're seeing within some European countries or the extreme nationalism Xi Jinping in China all those things move in different directions and would break up the world is developing and throw back into the twentieth. Nineteen century. So it's an existential moment in terms of which direction which direction young people coming into the game orient themselves for. Awesome. Thank you so much greatly. Appreciate it this morning. I still say John the institute for international economics late Pete Peterson would not say that. But the Peterson institute with his good support for years, but Fred Burston. They're truly one of the founders of international relations in think tanks as well. Futures negative down is negative twenty-four. We really we didn't really bounce off to economic data. Did we not really building panels were interesting big declined? I don't know what to do with them. I I guess nosy and given the storms the hurricanes of the last week or so I mentioned is going to get a whole lot noisy. I want you claims to see what we do. They're under two hundred thousand can we actually get there this time around. This is Bloomberg. The news from New York City is Michael Barr. Tom Jonathan thank you very much. The woman who accused supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault. When they were in high school has rejected an invitation by judiciary committee Republicans to testify publicly on Monday. Lawyers for Christine Blasi Ford, say a full investigation by law enforcement officials must happen. First for his attorney, Lisa banks, the investigation should occur before the hearing the hearing should be as a result of the investigation. It shouldn't be a substitute for it. And so if there are other witnesses absolutely those those witnesses should be investigated. Their testimony should be heard the committee should hear from them. All of the information should be gathered. So that we can get to the truth here. However, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell accused Democrats of using this as a delay tactic. It is still disturbing. However.
"united finance" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A hit piece all about how what a bad president she would be but they accepted a little bit of corporate money had citizens united finance the movie on their own with voluntary membership contributions would have no first amendment problem supreme court had long said those kinds of corporations have free speech rights but they used contributions that have been given to them by a business corporation and we had strict laws limiting corporate money in election ads so citizens united challenge that brought a brought a lawsuit with a lawyer by the name of jim bob who was a real sort of movement lawyer in favor of restricting campaign finance laws and he envisioned this is a case that could go to the supreme court and overturn some of the restrictions on corporate money in elections and he turned out to be right it was a feature length film that that said all kinds of horrible things about hillary clinton and it was considered different from political advertising but it was still regulated by the federal election commission because if you air a hit piece on a candidate within a certain distance sixty days of a primary or general election there are regulations about how it can be made in corporations could not fund such an effort right that's exactly right if we go back to the mccain feingold law of the early two thousands corporations were prohibited from spending money on any election at that featured a clearly identifiable candidate and the f e c determined that citizens united's movie about hillary clinton was indeed election add it wasn't just a movie or a book about hillary clinton but it effectively served as advocacy against her candidacy and this was subject to the campaign finance laws you're listening to the interview fresh air's dave davies recorded with adam winkler author of the new book we the corporations they'll talk more after a break and we'll have reviews of a new album by tracey thorn and the new reboot of the sitcom roseanne i'm terry gross and this is fresh air.
"united finance" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Was kind of a hit piece all about how what a bad president she would be but they accepted a little bit of corporate money had citizens united finance the movie on their own with voluntary membership contributions would have no first amendment problems supreme court had long said those kinds of corporations have free speech rights but they used contributions that had been given to them by a business corporation and we had strict laws limiting corporate money in election ads so citizens united challenge that brought a brought the lawsuit with a lawyer by the name of jim bob who was a real sort of movement lawyer in favor of restricting campaign finance laws and he envisioned this is a case that could go to the supreme court and overturned some of the restrictions on corporate elections and he turned out to be right it was a feature length film that that said all kinds of horrible things about hillary clinton and it was considered different from political advertising but it was still regulated by the federal election commission because if you air a hit piece on a candidate within a certain distance sixty days of a primary or general election there are regulations about how it can be made in corporations could not fund such an effort right that's exactly right if we go back to the mccain feingold law of the early two thousands corporations were prohibited from spending money on any election at that featured a clearly identifiable candidate and the fcc determined that citizens united's movie about hillary clinton was indeed an election add it wasn't just a movie or a book about hillary clinton but it effectively served as advocacy against her candidacy and this was subject to the campaign finance laws you're listening to the interview fresh air's dave davies recorded with adam winkler author of the new book we the corporations they'll talk more after a break and we'll have reviews of new album by tracey thorn and the new reboot of the sitcom roseanne i'm terry.
"united finance" Discussed on Fresh Air
"United corporations had already won most of the rights guaranteed to individuals in the constitution, at least ones that might be relevant to a corporation and they had even won a a limited right of political speech back in the nineteen seventies Justice. Lewis Powell very influential Justice in the history of corporate rights rights and important opinion for the supreme court saying that corporations do have a right to participate and spend money on ballot measure campaigns, and that's an important inroads for corporations to spend money on politics. Thirty years before citizens United. And so even before citizens, United corporations had asserted a lot of rights and I'd won a lot of protections, including at least some limited rights to engage in political speech. So in this way, citizens United was groundbreaking. It did take it to another level, but at the same time it was built on a long history and foundation of supreme court cases. Your chapter on the citizens, United decision is called the triumph of corporate rights. Let's start with the group citizens United, what? What is it? How did it end up before the supreme court citizens United was nonprofit advocacy corporation that made a movie about Hillary Clinton that it expected to Ron during the two thousand eight presidential campaign. And it was kind of a hit piece all about how what a bad president she would be, but they accepted a little bit of corporate money had citizens United, financed the movie on their own with voluntary membership contributions. It would. Had no first amendment problem. The supreme court had long said those kinds of corporations have free speech rights, but they used contributions that had been given to them by business corporation. And we had strict laws limiting corporate money in election ads. An so citizens. United challenge that brought a brought. The lawsuit with a lawyer by the name of Jim Bob, who was a real sort of movement lawyer in favor of restricting campaign finance laws, and he envisioned this is a case that could go to the supreme court and overturn some of the restrictions on corporate money in elections, and he turned out to be right. It was a feature length film that that said, all kinds of horrible things about Hillary Clinton, and it was considered different from political advertising, but it was still regulated by the Federal Election Commission because if you air a hit piece on a candidate within a certain distance sixty days of a primary or general election, there are regulations about how it can be made in corporations could not fund such an effort. Right. That's exactly right. If we go. Back to the McCain Feingold law of the early two, thousands corporations were prohibited from spending money on any election at that featured a clearly identifiable candidate and the F E C determined that citizens United's movie about Hillary Clinton was indeed an election added. It wasn't just a movie or a book about Hillary Clinton, but it affectively served as advocacy against her candidacy and this was subject to the campaign finance laws. So citizens United case before the court and said, look, the corporations that helped us make this movie, have free speech rights just as people do to express their views in this presidential election. And what's interesting about the case is that the conservative justices on the court actually went farther than than citizens. United's lawyers wanted them to go. They wanted to kind of wanted a narrow ruling and the Justice wanted to have more impact. What happened. On the eve of the supreme court case citizens United decided to change its lawyer. And it hired an illustrious lawyer in Washington named TED Olson who sort of the dean of the elite supreme Court Bar today, an Olsen envisioned the case as a narrow one and tried to win the case with a very narrow ruling arguing that this film didn't fall under McCain Feingold. So it was no reason. There was no reason to challenge McCain Feingold. Several of the justices didn't like that framing and pushed the case to be viewed in much broader terms. And indeed the supreme court would ultimately decide on its own to hold rearmament in the case to address the not the narrow issues raised by TED Olson, but the broad questions of weather corporations could be limited by campaign finance law at all. And that was really the justices themselves pushing to decide that question which has raised some questions about the appropriateness of that move right. There was a tradition in the court that you don't decide issues, which the parties have not argued in brief. In their pleadings. They wanted to really explore this issue of whether or not corporations can be regulated to what extent at all. So they, they asked the parties to come back for for a second appearance in a second set of briefs and address this much more far reaching issue. That's right after the first citizens, United argument, a majority of justices decided that they would write an opinion that would overturn the long standing campaign finance laws on corporations, even though that issue had not been briefed or argued in the lower courts. So when the dissenting justices objected the court decided to hold a second argument, raising these exact broad questions about corporate rights under the first amendment. Now, it's interesting in the ruling the justices. They never say that corporations are to be considered persons, right? That's right. For all the controversy over citizens United and the protests of Occupy Wall street that pointed to corporate person hood as the evil behind citizens United. The court never uses that phrase or the idea and nothing hinges on the idea that corporations are people what the court says instead is that corporations are associations of people and like the N double ACP business corporation has a right of expression on a right of association and like Ralph Nader's consumers, the identity of the speakers, irrelevant. If the speech that the corporation wants to fund is valuable to consumers, the supreme court really rested the decision on citizens United, not on the rights of corporations, but on the rights of other people. The people who associate within the corporation or the people who would listen to the corporation speech. So with the citizens, United decision companies can fund independent expenditures, like on this film, attacking Hillary Clinton, corporations are still prohibited from contributing directly to candidates. Why after citizens United. There were serious questions about whether the long standing ban on corporate contributions directly to candidates was constitutionally permissible. After all the supreme court in citizens. United said that the identity of the speaker was irrelevant should such which would suggest that corporations can give money to candidates to nonetheless the lower courts have subsequently upheld the restrictions on direct corporate contributions to candidates in the supreme court has not seen fit to disturb those decisions. I will say that allowing corporations to spend unlimited amounts of money on election ads, maybe a much more powerful right for corporations to exercise political influence than to be able to give under current caps of about two thousand dollars directly to candidates. I think corporations would much rather be able to spend on independent expenditures because they can spend a lot more and after citizens United. We've seen that wealthy individuals apart from corporations, but just rich people that want to can and now do spend unlimited amounts of money on their own independent expenditures. How did that flow from the citizens United decision. But one of the things that the supreme court said in citizens United over and above the. That corporations could spend money on ads was that any ad that is not coordinated with a candidate? And that does not say explicitly vote for or vote against someone was an independent ad and was not subject to any financing limits. No matter who it was, whether it was an individual or it was a corporation and the courts have interpreted citizens United to me that you cannot restrict anyone from spending tremendous amount of money on these independent ads. So that's why we've seen individuals like Sheldon Adelson spend nearly ninety million dollars to try to elect Mitt Romney because the the citizens United lifts caps, not just on corporations, but on individuals as well. And was the logic that is long as you aren't talking directly to the candidate and working directly with their campaign. We don't need to worry about a corrupting effect. That's right. What the court sat is that there is corruption, possibly if you give money directly to a candidate. But if you take out an independent ad that's not coordinated with the candidate, the. Supreme court suggested the candidates might like that or might not like it. It might not be a message that the candidate wants to support, but I think that's really not a very nuanced and sophisticated way of understanding how politics works. What politician doesn't want someone spending ten or twenty million dollars to help out their election campaign. They know who's spending this money, and they provide access and are certainly going to be beholden if to anyone than to the people who are spending millions of dollars to finance their election out. You know, Jim Bob, the lawyer for citizens United who originally brought this case believed that more money in elections is a good thing because more money is more information and more voices and more public discussion. A lot of people are of course appalled by what we've seen in the last several years of huge amounts of money flowing into independent advertising efforts. Some of it not even disclosed. I'm wondering what you think the chances are of change either from congress. Or from legal challenges to rein in some of this excessive spending in political campaigns where we have seen a real backlash to citizens United. Not only do we see large bipartisan majorities who believe citizens United was wrongly decided. But nineteenth states have also endorsed
"united finance" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In the constitution at least ones that might be relevant to a corporation and they had even won a limited right of political speech back in the nineteen seventies justice lewis powell a very influential justice in the history of corporate rights rights and important opinion for the supreme court saying that corporations do have a right to participate and spend money on ballot measure campaigns and that's an important inroads for corporations to spend money on politics thirty years before citizens united and so even before citizens united corporations had asserted a lot of rights and i'd won a lot of protections including at least some limited rights to engage in political speech so in this way citizens united was groundbreaking it did take it to another level but at the same time it was built on a long history and foundation of supreme court cases your chapter on the citizens united decision is called the triumph of corporate right writes let's start with the group citizens united what what is it how did it end up before the supreme court citizens united was a nonprofit advocacy corporation that made a movie about hillary clinton that it expected to ron during the two thousand eight presidential campaign and it was kind of a hit piece all about how what a bad president she would be but they accepted a little bit of corporate money had citizens united finance the movie on their own with voluntary membership contributions would have no first amendment problem the supreme court had long said those kinds of corporations have free speech rights but they used contributions that had been given to them by a business corporation and we had strict laws limiting corporate money in election ads so citizens united challenge that brought a brought a lawsuit with a lawyer by the name of jim bob who was a real sort of movement lawyer in favor of restricting campaign finance laws and he envisioned this is a case that could go to the supreme court and overturned some of the restrictions on corporate elections.
"united finance" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Sick of price of twelve point seven billion dollars take an option to buy another one hundred jets a deal that chicagobased boeing had hoped to land financial terms of the order have not been released so it's not known how much delta will actually pay airbus there are some news and volley chicago's united airlines this morning and some other news in volving delta and let's so welcome in via skype this morning brian summaries who's a business here line reporter at skift brian good morning welcome back to the opening bell and let's start first with united big change in the pr office there yeah the head of pera in age arrived a couple of years gear he came from starbucks before then he was us airways and he had a pretty stellar a reputation he may still have one them but his goal was to try to make united at kindlier gentler friendlier in line in some ways he succeeded the problem is that elephant in the room and everybody knows what happened in april right there in chicago this dr dow incident united sort of bungled the public relations response it was going to be a problem no matter what but if you remember united didn't apologize in the beginning they blamed the passenger and that caused many more problems than needed now i should mention that the pr person who's leaving united has said he's leaving the spend more time with his family the airline says that he wasn't let go it was his choice but regardless united is going to start fresh next year can we read between the lines here and suggest that baby he is he the guy that mary had the point for this and was responsible if you're not in the room at united did it's hard to know united has had trouble with public messaging were maybe a decade or so this is not new so it's really hard to know whose fault it was the pump messaging after the dow incident but we do know it will probably be taught in pr class is for years to come of exactly what not to do after a crisis in your opinion how has how things changed it united are they back on track with this have be improved this part of their business well we hope that united's finances have unchanged at all since the dow incident um you know people will say that they don't want to fly united.
"united finance" Discussed on Little Atoms
"She she promises she will leave her brain to medical science and she did after her death a brain was waiting studied as part of a big brain collection and it turned out that bang on her brain was five ounces less than the average weight of a male brain which is typical of females united finances of the average weight difference and yet it was exactly the same weight as the founder of the brain collection these very eminent neurologist his brain had also being bequeathed to signs so i think posthumously she couldn't make it and yet we you know again going back to the way we still talking about science looking out the differences between male and female brain to their this honourbound unkind thing why is hostile happening is still happening because people still believe it's such an ingrained prejudice that we have that women are less intelligent we look at society we do what darwin did we look at suit society around us women are underrepresented in many areas and we see that this must be because they're somehow thicker sheath we just can't get beyond that we don't do what darwin also didn't do which is an oscar selves well in a dominant look around say well women don't have the votes women don't have access to higher education they generated have the same primary education is man when they get married that party becomes the property of their husband you know they simply do not have the same opportunities of freedoms that men do darwin to do that we still don't do that now we don't look around and say achieve what are the pressures that women are facing what are the obstacles are holding the back wall of the stereotypes of prejudices that are keeping women from achieving all the things that they can achieve we're on a very slow route towards gaining equality with still you know we still in the middle of that we are not yet there and as long as that's the case people will still have and i imagine even when we get there people will still have these ridiculous prejudices that men and women somehow think fundamentally different in the women a cognitively less able than men however much the research tilton the nazel true.