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"upjohn" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"upjohn" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

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"upjohn" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

05:56 min | 10 months ago

"upjohn" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"And it shows itself up because it creates typically much more price movement in one direction and much more volume that is usually a great opportunity in which somebody who's willing to step in front of that is gaining the edge on the market. Bubba a typical thing that I've heard from futures traders over usually folks like yourself who have long careers under their belt already. Many of them, we've spoken to quite a few of them on the show. Many of them have said the patterns have changed over the years. Have you found the same thing? No, I don't agree. The patterns are the same today as they were when I started 40 years ago. The difference is 40 years ago, I wasn't trading patterns. I was trading the better offer spread because on the floor, when you're a floor trader, you have no time to get charts. When you become a retail trader, that's all you have is the charts. So you have to, you know, there's a major difference in the two vehicles that you're using. So you have to be prepared to read this in the chart and as far as I'm concerned, the boundaries are exactly the same, and I can prove it. Anytime you want, I'd be happy to prove it for you. But I can't do it without showing you, but if you go back and look, all markets are the same, all patterns repeat themselves. And the shortest time frame always has to resolve itself backwards into the longer time frames. Remember, no trend can start without it starting in the one or the 5 minute first. And it's got to work its way backwards to turn a market in a new direction. So right now, if you say the market is in an uptrend, which obviously you're looking at today, it's probably not too much enough time, but it isn't a general Upjohn. But the downturn has to start first in the one minute, then the 5 and the ten and so on and work its way backwards. I see. So if you're a successful guy, you're successful trader, you've been around a long time. You don't even survive in that business if you're not pretty damn good at it..

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"upjohn" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"upjohn" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"You didn't really talk about money now. My family didn't talk about money. Either but my dad worked for general motors. My mom worked for upjohn. That's now pfizer. And while they made plenty of money they just. It was impolite to talk about money. They weren't from a money family. I remember every single time. That my brother sister. I would walk in the room. They tell us to leave if they were in the middle of money discussion like that. You just didn't do it. So i find it weird that the women in your family talked about money but you and your dad never did. Why is that a good question. I mean maybe. I was just At the age. I mean my parents divorced when i was nine and i was. The youngest of three to everybody was busy my dad. I don't know he He traveled a little bit but he was more on in his family. Business and finance. It wasn't until my stepdad was a part of our lives that he was the one that was very young You know he got a series six and series seven like maybe one of the first people in his age bracket to get it very early on. He didn't talk about finances per se but he showed me the value of working for things. And you know. I kind of brushed that messed up dad. And he's now past he. He showed me the good life. We had an airplane which he reminded me was not a big thing. Since it was a private it was a small airplane of snow which he equated to. It's a mazda. Six two six of the skies. Don't get a big head. We would fly to the nearby town and good chili's because they had good chips and salsa so we weren't jet-setting to like taxes to go shopping at the galleria but he also would buy porsches and mercedes and have them on our property and work on them he by Like auction so he always showed me what was good and achievable. And you didn't have to pay a lot of money have like loans and such. But at the same time he made me armor all the wheels in like wash the cars all the time and he had for the teenage girls. This heinous looking It was like a list sabre with bondo paint on it. It was like a super embarrassing vehicle that we didn't want to drive it and we wanted to do more with our lives. I would like to say my father now. My my my father father. He and i talked twice a week. He's so proud of me my financial journey and now that i'm older he shares knowledge is a. He's a good egg but he just didn't talk to a nine year old about it. Sure didn't have like. I didn't have to work towards things to get an allowance. We didn't do allowance.

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"upjohn" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"upjohn" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

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"upjohn" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"upjohn" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Cloud billy bragg and wilco. Singing all you fascists. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I made me goodman in new york with wrong solace in new jersey as we turn to west virginia where more than fourteen hundred workers are set to lose their jobs this week when the pharmaceuticals plant in morgantown shuts down and moves operations overseas to india and australia worker. Say they've had no response to their urgent request for help from their senator democratic senator joe manchin who is often called the most powerful man in washington the plant in west virginia has been making pharmaceuticals since one thousand nine hundred sixty five and was run by mylan. Until a merger last november with pfizer's upjohn company which created the conglomerate virus in a world. That is perpetually changing. There is increasing need for steady leadership companies demonstrating the courage to address the world's emerging healthcare challenges with passion and compassion via trubisky's redefining the healthcare landscape when very was created islands chief executive senator mansions daughter heather brash got thirty one million dollar payout during her time. Ceo ceo brush drew outrage when the company raised the price of its life saving. Epi pen used by millions to reverse fatal allergic reactions when they raise the price by four hundred percent after the merger beatrice immediately began to cut costs and now the plant is set to close on friday. Some workers have already been told to clear out their lockers and leave the site after turning in their employees badges. This is carla schultz. Who worked at the plant for thirteen years and was able to get chemotherapy drugs for her mother through her job. The same medicine would otherwise cost her family. Seven thousand dollars. A month she spoke to the laura flanders show. I had to look at my mom who had had major health issues over the thirteen years And tell her that you know i. I don't. i'm looking to have a job after july. And she knew. I was getting her medicine there too. And what about my madison. You know what about in and she had to start worrying about of all things you know we wanna keep her positive and keep her healthy and i had to break that news too and that was tough it really was. I'm just a year or two away from retirement. So i'm too old to go to school. I feel and hell no. I need to be here in the daytime to care for my mom. So i might have to try to find another midnight. Shift job that not going pay as well of course and probably not gonna have the benefits. That's carl schultz who works at the. Va pharmaceuticals plant now set to close during pandemic that has shown how much the us needs to expand its domestic drug production for more. We go to morgantown west virginia to speak with joseph guz. Who worked at the plant and is president of the united steelworkers of america. Local eight nine five seven which represents hundreds of workers they are also with us catherine e ben journalist author contributing editor at vanity fair. Her new piece headlined. We can't reach him. Joe mansion is ghosting. The west virginia union workers whose jobs his daughter helped outsource. She's also author of the book bottle of lies the inside story of the generic drug boom and dangerous doses. A true story of cops counterfeiters contamination of america's drug supply. We welcome you both to democracy now. jogos can you talk about what's happening at the plant right now. In supposedly these final days of its operation morning. Thanks for having me this morning. Currently the majority of the Workers have been allowed to clean out their lockers or told to rather clean out their lockers. Think personal belongings and leave the facility in upon exiting the facility turned in their badge Their access badge to the plant and also their parking permit. This started approximately eleven. Am on sunday and It ran through yesterday. In fact it's probably even taking place in minimal increments now since the majority of the members have been flushed out by management and told to exit the facility and joseph goes. I wanted to ask you. What did the company tell the union first of all they give them the ninety day a worn notice that they have to do an shutdowns like this and also they can't be saying that they're not making money if any if any kind of industry is making money. These days is the pharmaceutical industry. So what was the reason they gave you for shifting production overseas the warn act was filed according to data deadlines as per the regulations required The other situation that you asked about is What did the company say well. They merger took place in november of two thousand and twenty december. The eleventh of two thousand twenty on a friday a payday. Friday two weeks exactly two weeks before christmas. We were on an all inclusive employees phone. Call the officers had a phone call. Fifteen minutes prior to that here at the union hall were told approximately seven minutes the all inclusive employees phone call that via truck had made a decision to center is and close the morgantown facility profitability and things of that nature weren't really discussed but there was a lot of mentioned of the future interest of the shareholders in the investors and Trying to quote unquote down size to maximize the Interest the best interest of the shareholders and stakeholders in via the new company. And i would have to assume that as pharmaceutical jobs unionized pharmaceutical jobs to pay is is above average. Certainly for west virginia. Could you talk about what. What kind of salaries were these workers. Have these workers been taking home. And what kind of replacement jobs are available at that level in west virginia we ratified a contract in the spring of two thousand seventeen The it's fair to say on a very modest stop estimate that the cross section was approximately thirty thirty one dollars. An hour at that time linda contract was ratified in denver's upwards of about eighty cents a year in terms of an incremental raise on an annual basis The job market in morgantown west virginia At this time For example there are lows which is a home improvement center in home depot. A home improvement center a little bit of west. Virginia university medicine In such it seems as if the cross section is basically around seventeen to eighteen dollars an hour on. That's.

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"upjohn" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"upjohn" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Billy Bragg and wilco singing all you fascists. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I am Amy Goodman in New York with Wang Gonzalez in New Jersey as we turn to West Virginia where more than 1400 workers are set to lose their jobs this week. When Beatrice pharmaceuticals plant and Morgantown shuts down and moves operations overseas to India and Australia. Workers say they've had no response to their urgent requests for help from their senator democratic senator Joe Manchin who's often called the most powerful man in Washington. The Beatrice plant in West Virginia has been making pharmaceuticals since 1965 and was run by myelin until a merger last November with Pfizer's Upjohn company which created the conglomerate Dietrich. In a world that is perpetually changing there is increasing need for steady leadership. Companies demonstrating the courage to address the world's emerging healthcare challenges with passion and compassion. Via dress is redefining the healthcare landscape. When waitress was created Milan's chief executive senator mansion's daughter Heather brush got a $31 million payout. During her time as CEO brush drew outrage when the company raised the price of its lifesaving EpiPen used by millions to reverse fatal allergic reactions. When they raised the price by 400%. After the merger Beatrice immediately began to cut costs. So now the plant is set to close on Friday. Some workers have already been told to clear out their lockers and leave the site after turning in their employee badges. This is Carla Schultz who worked at the plant for 13 years and was able to get chemotherapy drugs for her mother through her job. The same medicine would otherwise cost her family $7000 a month. She spoke to the Laura Flanders show. I had to look at my mom who had major health issues over the 13 years. And tell her that you know I don't I'm not gonna have a job after July. And she knew I was getting her medicine there too and what about my medicine? You know what about and then she had to start worrying about of all things seeing that we want to keep her positive and keep her healthy and I had to break that news to and that was tough. It really was. I'm just a year or two away from retirement. So I'm too old to go to school I feel and I don't know I need to be here in the daytime to care for my mom. So if I might have to try to find another midnight shift job it's not going to pay as well of course and probably not going to have the benefits. That's Carla Schultz who works at the future pharmaceuticals plant now set to close during a pandemic that has shown how much the U.S. needs to expand its domestic drug production. For more we go to Morgantown West Virginia to speak with Joseph guz who worked at the plant and as president of the United steelworkers of America local 8 9 5 7 which represents hundreds of workers there. Also with us Katherine eben investigative journalist author contributing editor at Vanity Fair her new pieces headlined we can't reach him. Joe Manchin is ghosting the West Virginia union workers whose jobs his daughter helped outsource. She's also author of the book bottle of lies the inside story of the generic drug boom and dangerous doses a true story of cops counterfeiters and the contamination of America's drug supply. We welcome you both to democracy now. Joe guys can you talk about what's happening at the plant right now in supposedly these final days of its operation. Good morning. Thanks for having me this morning. Currently the majority of the workers have been allowed to clean out their lockers or told to rather clean out their lockers take their personal belongings and leave the facility and upon exiting the facility turn in their badge their access badge to the plant and also their parking permit. This started approximately 11 a.m. on Sunday. And it ran through yesterday. In fact it's probably even taking place in minimal increments now since the majority of the members have been flushed out by management and told to exit the facility. And Joseph goes I wanted to ask you what did the company tell the union? First of all they give them the 90 day warn notice that they have to do it and shutdowns like this. And also. They can't be saying that they're not making money. If any industry is making money these days it's the pharmaceutical industry. So what was the reason they gave you for shifting production overseas? The war enact was. Filed according to data deadlines. As per the regulations required. The other situation that you asked about is what did the company say? Well the merger took place in. November of 2020. December the 11th of 2020 on a Friday a payday Friday two weeks exactly two weeks before Christmas. We were on an all inclusive employee phone call the officers had a phone call 15 minutes prior to that. Here at the union hall we were told approximately 7 minutes before the all inclusive employee phone call that Beatrice had made a decision to synergize and close the Morgantown facility. Profitability and things of that nature. Weren't really discussed but there was a lot of mention of the future interest of the shareholders in the investors and trying to quote unquote downsize. To maximize the interest the best interest of the shareholders and the stakeholders in Beatrice the new company. And I would have to assume that as pharmaceutical jobs unionized pharmaceutical jobs the pay is above average certainly for West Virginia. Can you talk about what kind of salaries were these workers have these work has been taking home and what kind of replacement jobs are available at that level in West Virginia? We ratified a contract in. The spring of 2017. The it's fair to say on a very modest estimate that the cross section was approximately 30 to $31 an hour at that time when the contract was ratified. And then there's upwards of about 80 cents a year in terms of an incremental raise on an annual basis. The job market in Morgantown much Virginia at this time for example there are lows which is a home improvement center in Home Depot a home improvement center. A little bit of West Virginia university medicine and such it seems as if the cross section is basically around 17 to $18 an hour and.

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"upjohn" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"upjohn" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Billy Bragg and wilco singing all you fascists. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the Warren peace report. I am Amy Goodman in New York with Wang Gonzalez in New Jersey as we turn to West Virginia where more than 1400 workers are set to lose their jobs this week. When Beatrice pharmaceuticals plant in Morgantown shuts down and moves operations overseas to India and Australia. Workers say they've had no response to their urgent requests for help from their senator democratic senator Joe Manchin who's often called the most powerful man in Washington. The Beatrice plant in West Virginia has been making pharmaceuticals since 1965 and was run by myelin until a merger last November with Pfizer's Upjohn company which created the conglomerate Dietrich. In a world that is perpetually changing there is increasing need for steady leadership. Companies demonstrating the courage to address the world's emerging healthcare challenges with passion and compassion. Via dress is redefining the healthcare landscape. When waitress was created Milan's chief executive senator mansions daughter Heather brush got a $31 million payout. During her time as CEO brush drew outrage when the company raised the price of its lifesaving EpiPen used by millions to reverse fatal allergic reactions. When they raised the price by 400%. After the merger Beatrice immediately began to cut costs. So now the plant is set to close on Friday. Some workers have already been told to clear out their lockers and leave the site after turning in their employee badges. This is Carla Schultz who worked at the plant for 13 years and was able to get chemotherapy drugs for her mother through her job. The same medicine would otherwise cost her family $7000 a month. She spoke to the Laura Flanders show. I had to look at my mom who had had major health issues over the 13 years. And tell her that you know I don't I'm not gonna have a job after July and she knew I was getting her medicine there too and what about my Madison you know what about and then she had to start worrying about of all things seeing that we want to keep her positive and keep her healthy and I had to break that news to and that was tough. It really was. I'm just a year or two away from retirement. So I'm too old to go to school I feel and I don't know I need to be here in the daytime to care for my mom. So if I might have to try to find another midnight shift job it's not going to pay as well of course and probably not going to have the benefits. That's Carla Schultz who works at the features pharmaceuticals plant now set to close during a pandemic that has shown how much the U.S. needs to expand its domestic drug production. For more we go to Morgantown West Virginia to speak with Joseph guz who worked at the plant and as president of the United steelworkers of America local 8 9 5 7 which represents hundreds of workers there. Also with us Katherine eben investigative journalist author contributing editor at Vanity Fair her new pieces headlined we can't reach him. Joe Manchin is ghosting the West Virginia union workers whose jobs his daughter helped outsource. She's also author of the book bottle of lies the inside story of the generic drug boom and dangerous doses a true story of cops counterfeiters and the contamination of America's drug supply. We welcome you both to democracy now. Joe guys can you talk about what's happening at the plant right now in supposedly these final days of its operation. Good morning. Thanks for having me this morning currently the majority of the workers have been allowed to clean out their lockers or told to rather clean out their lockers take their personal belongings and leave the facility and upon exiting the facility turn in their badge their access badge to the plant and also their parking permit. This started approximately 11 a.m. on Sunday. And it ran through yesterday. In fact it's probably even taking place in minimal increments now since the majority of the members have been flushed out by management and told to exit the facility. And Joseph goes I wanted to ask you what did the company tell the union? First of all they give them the 90 day warned notice that they have to do and shutdowns like this. And also. They can't be saying that they're not making money. If any industry is making money these days it's the pharmaceutical industry. So what was the reason they gave you for shifting production overseas? The war enact was. Filed according to data deadlines. As per the regulations required. The other situation that you asked about is what did the company say? Well the merger took place in. November of 2020. December the 11th of 2020 on a Friday a payday Friday two weeks exactly two weeks before Christmas. We were on an all inclusive employee phone call the officers had a phone call 15 minutes prior to that. Here at the union hall we were told approximately 7 minutes before the all inclusive employee phone call that Beatrice had made a decision to synergize and close the Morgantown facility. Profitability and things of that nature. Weren't really discussed but there was a lot of mention of the future interest of the shareholders in the investors and trying to quote unquote downsize. To maximize the interest the best interest of the shareholders and the stakeholders in Beatrice the new company. And I would have to assume that as pharmaceutical jobs unionized pharmaceutical jobs the pay is above average certainly for West Virginia. Can you talk about what kind of salaries were these workers have these work has been taking home and what kind of replacement jobs are available at that level in West Virginia? We ratified a contract in. The spring of 2017. The it's fair to say on a very modest estimate that the cross section was approximately 30 to $31 an hour at that time when the contract was ratified. And then there's upwards of about 80 cents a year in terms of an incremental raise on an annual basis. The job market in Morgantown much Virginia at this time for example there are lows which is a home improvement center in Home Depot a home improvement center. A little bit of West Virginia university medicine and such it seems as if the cross section is basically around 17 to $18 an hour and.

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"upjohn" Discussed on Michigan Policast

Michigan Policast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"upjohn" Discussed on Michigan Policast

"We can do these things. If we leverage you know the the resource have and you know. Certainly the fed could help. We're proposing in the peace. Let's steer our. Our federal are indeed dollars into university of innovation institutes as we did under obama at energy at manufacturing with that one of those in michigan both of those a innovations around the next clean energy technologies than the next manufacturing technologies developed here. And all these other arenas new mobility food systems and we we get the new startups. We get the new good paying jobs in growing sectors where there's multi trillion dollar world markets in our companies on a global basis. We can enter of economic action. Again we focus our innovation abilities and our resources behind new businesses new jobs in the arenas Only just as we did a hundred years ago. We were silicon valley michigan on with cleveland and albeit industries. Were were grown here. You know that you've mentioned pfizer pfizer but upjohn Optima started when They invented the Adjustable pill and they lost a lot of employment in zoo upjohn hyderabad in vita close the dow driver they had a spark economic development strategy kept some of the bioscience talented l. mizzou to create new businesses. They did it comes. promise again. Pain for higher education with skopje. Moving back into galan zoo there downtown dragged idle liveable walkable bell's brewery and kalamazoo driving Again and has immigration. Gordon families voted blue again When others similarly situated old industrial towns you know like battery down the street and axe another went for trump. haven't found.

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"upjohn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"upjohn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Was frustrating. Have you been on one of them got into his stripper stops. Oh, no. You guys are very frustrating. John Naperville. You're on ESPN 1000 once Upjohn guys, John here, but some man thanks, pal. Hey, I was wondering if you guys take a cold. Commence contribution to the offense so far. Do you think the Bears and Maggie should be used mold that more? I know Graham. He played well, one I think I think you got a cat, but I don't know. I feel like you could use a little abuse him a little bit more. We used such a high draft pick on him. I wanted to your thoughts work. Yeah. John, your right eye. One touch from 12 yards. 12 yards, one catch for Jimmy Graham for 18 yards and combat was shut out. In the Lions game as well. So he has one catch for the season. I thought combat was going. He was going to be a vital part of this office. Listen, you've got the Montgomery part down hand the ball off the Montgomery from the football 16 carries or 82 yards. I love that the working committee You know why men over the look at the distribution of the target's unbelievable. Robinson had nine targets. Nobody else had over three targets. You only caught three balls can only spread. You could spread the ball around too much. Just the three of us. Tyler's here just black and immediately can can we just just the three of us here like I get it? I love Elin Robinson. He is probably my favorite Chicago Bear. Right now. But if you're going to do the whole media deal about your contract and then show up with three catches for 33 could only throw the ball. I catch the balls that are that are that are able to catch That one where that first where he had to jump up and he almost jumped out of his shoes to catch. It's like Do what you trying to kill the guy. I'm just saying, if it was anyone else, if it was a player that people didn't really like You go out with that performance after what took place in media last week about your contract. Only city do not like stuff like that. Well, they can. They can deal with it. It's war game continues its balls for 33 yards. That continues think we'll hear more chirping because of the quarterback? Of course, it's one game I I think it's going to be chirping because of the quarterback not getting him the football All I know Chris is that when it comes down to it When? When the bus stops at the Stop, Open.

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"upjohn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"upjohn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Number. For 10 9 to 66 number, receive our latest research piece on Fizer. Just pick the phone and call our hotline number right now. 877 call Gil 877. Let's go to Charles and Ellicott City. Next, Charles. Good morning. How are you doing? I'm terrific, but I'll get better. Sure hope you're well. Yes, Yes, yes, indeed. Came in on the tail end of your discussion. Got five. I want to get information on that I do have an apple shares of five Good and I know you said they were doing a spin off with my island. And I think of yesterday, too generic drug companies factories. But then he also mentioned another. Biotech spinoff which may associate with respect, Yes, investment. No wonder as a FISA hold. I imagine get shares of the Been off the Meilin enough John, as well as the biotech company or cash. Get the bidding up along What was recommendations of how well the structure the deal. That's correct. Remember if they spin off my island and Upjohn as combined company? And it's worth $100 million, and it spun off from Pfizer. Whether they get 100 million in cash, 100 million in stock. It's still extra valuation of the company that's not seen. Internalizing the company as it is spinning it off brings their assets substantially higher, right? Right. And I do understand now one being a shareholder Do you automatically, depending upon the number of shares? You have yet Some benefit from that Now you're purifies your shares do not change. You may get shares in the new company, depending how these drugs yes, right. The essence of my questions. My dad occur with both companies that was spending off for yes, in May, may. I mean, if it's wholly owned by fighter and your share older advisor, you get that spin off. So in a situation like that, In the past, you noticed once he's coming from a major come in such a way that the new spinoff is worth investing in as well now. No. What's what the way the play that is to buy the parent company, the company to spinning them off before the spin off. Okay. Okay. So you would have to know to cut off. They would I do an effective they haven't nailed down yet. Okay. Okay. All right. But then it's an afterthought, then. So what about purchase them after the fact If indeed you don't get in beforehand. Well, that would be fine. What I would suggest you do unless you unless you haven't over concentration and fries right now, Charles is just buy more. Okay, Well, that's okay. Sounds like the thing to do. Yes, sir. Just historically, nothing. Pull on the point that he's become profitable are viable now very what was happening? Okay. Okay. Okay. Thank you very much. The information. Very welcome, Charles. Good luck with your 592266. Number. 4 10 92 6 Next David in Finksburg. Hi, David. Thank you. How you doing? I'm pretty terrific. I hope you're well. Yes, my questions about even talking about the last couple weeks. I haven't seen the analysts have a price tag for the year. Zero analysts zero and no research whatsoever. Zero. I checked Friday, Friday afternoon. Come up yet The answer is no. And I think that could be a future catalyst. For or which, if you're in Pennsylvania, Okay, now, now, as analyst start writing on this I mean, they love their right about new cos This is the fourth largest snack food company in the country. Last year to get over a billion dollars in sales. Only operating pretty much in the northeast in the middle attic. Imagine if they spread this throughout the country. It sounds and I picked up some chairs a couple about a week ago, and I'm pretty excited about it. I was just really surprised that nobody is covering it, you know, and nobody has a price target for it. It just takes some time was not strange to think. Take some time to develop the research, and then you've got to go through the compliance or illegal meat grinder. To get the imprint and distributed from your company. Do you have a personal price for the year? What do you think it's going to be? By the end of the year? I hate to say that what we've done is we bought CCH to convert into a and it's already up over 20% in many rare client accounts, I sold him to make a 20% gain in a week. We're gonna take some chips off the table, and that's what we did look great on Friday, moving up in a terribly down market, and so what we're doing is we're holding the stock or at least a 50% of the remaining position. Looking for a double from where we bought it, So I think it goes substantially higher. Thank you so much. You're welcome. David 92 6 extending their number 4 10 92 6. We'll be right back..

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"upjohn" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"upjohn" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Flights to Palm Springs, California travel to vacation spots is generally held up better than business travel since the start of the pandemic. Employers are closing the gender pay gap when they hire new workers. The Upjohn Institute for Employment Research tracks earnings for people who take new jobs. In July, newly hired women were paid 96% of what men were paid. Epic games, was not able to beat back claims that it's apt misled miners getting them to make nonrefundable purchases without the consent of their parents. A federal judge ruled that a proposed class action adequately alleges that epic harms consumers through unfair and fraudulent practices that misinform miners. Jimmy back to you. All right. Thanks very much. We'll Facebook yesterday announced several new measures related to the upcoming presidential election meant to prevent it from being used to spread misinformation or sow chaos amid the contentious atmosphere surrounding the election. The potential for not having a final result on election night. New measures to politicians and campaigns will not be able to run new election ad during the week before the November 3rd election. However, they can still run existing ads and change how they are targeted. Post with misinformation about voting policies and the pandemic will be removed. Additionally, Facebook will attach links with the official election results to any posts by candidates or campaigns that prematurely declare victory. Um, The good news this morning for the economy was that the unemployment rate has dropped in the United States to 8.4%. Was 10 to 10.2% of previously but now 8.4% nice drop. We've recovered about half the jobs that were lost in the peak of this recession that of this pandemic. Income hourly income is rising. It's also good news. So so there there. There are better things out there. And this has got to be good news for the president. One of his biggest concerns had to be of the unemployment rate, staying in double digits. But, you know, work anywhere Can we get down to before? Before the limerick? We get into 6% tile that if we can He's got something crow about that's for sure. So the stock market did reverse. May Can you pull up the market to see what the Dow is up? 1 11, Jimmy the S and P up nine, the NASDAQ Up 1 48. So a big reverse from yesterday. But you know, yesterday was good. They had to clear this thing out. It can't just go up. I can't. I'm sorry. Did I say that s and P and NASDAQ We're up. Yes, the S and P and NASDAQ are down the S and P down 10, the NASDAQ down 1 62 Sorry about that. The tower is the one that's up 1 11. All right. Remember, DAO was reconfigured Monday. Exxon went out. Couple of things came in sales force came in. But it's it's you know, they changed course this morning when those numbers were first announced because again dropping to 8.4% of unemployment rate, given our current circumstance is pretty damn good. But it's not a bad thing. If the markets retractable further, they need to do that to be able to catch some steam again. So yesterday, I said that and.

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"upjohn" Discussed on Vamily Show

Vamily Show

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"upjohn" Discussed on Vamily Show

"You can't have here here that way it's fair for everybody because there's no way to measure and see how much more and I want it to be kind of a commitment. You know it's going to you bit. Little To get there. Oh. Yeah Oh. Yeah. I, know I'm I'm there with you on that? But but yeah, we We. The. We thought I. Thought IT WAS GONNA be a year but a year with will too long to get everybody go. And I think six months is long enough word. It's not too long for most jobs and all that Kinda stuff. So. Yeah And the other the other issue I was wondering about was the mass thing. But I had a beard full length beard and I kept a mask and I also sometimes I put just a full band on it would cover my entire beard. Yes. Yup. There are options out there for people that that do have feared. An Ivy says Jeff. GRAYSON's Ford makes his product can I can see if he wants to get involved? That would be awesome. Awesome. Absolutely. Yeah especially like with a small company or whatever I. Love to support them bb three. I think he'd look great with the beard. Yeah. If we have to draw it on bb three go for it was fine with us. And anybody who wants to have fun like that and just joining you don't have to have. You can Hashtag it beard beard up challenge us not put a team name on if you don't love the armaments and haven't been clean Shaven you're probably not gonna be on a team, but still be a lot of fun to see him get. But hashtag l. your videos that have to do with the Beard Challenge Beard Up Challenge Twenty twenty that way they're easy to find I can go and make sure. Where they are if it's not Hashtag, I'm not gonNA find it you're not gonna be on a team. So A hashtag beard up challenge twenty twenty, and then the Hashtag of your team, those two things and being clean shaven are the most important parts of this entire challenge. If we don't have all that, then it's not gonNA work. And Your Beerbaum? Nice. And on my channel, if you guys decided to join in on it, I'll put I'm to start a playlist with all the beard. Beard Upjohn videos on my channel. So they'll be one there with everybody's videos so you can kind of keep up and keep track on it On. Watch. People creative. Even if they don't want to be in the challenge hopefully get creative and have a lot of fun with this. Have you guys want to make videos picking on us do go ahead. Get more kitchen for so go ahead I'm going to start razzing Bob. Don't they you? Than you back here so Of will give you a hard time. I.

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Where things stand on the extra $600 in unemployment benefits that ended Friday

All Things Considered

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Where things stand on the extra $600 in unemployment benefits that ended Friday

"To report it was more talk. But no action again. Today in Washington has roughly 30 million people began to face their economic futures without an additional $600 a week in federal unemployment benefits. Until and unless Congress hammers out a deal for more pandemic relief. Most jobless people will have to rely on state unemployment insurance and his marketplaces, Kristen Schwab explains when it comes to state benefits. Geography Just maybe destiny. If you're unemployed in Mississippi, your life could start to feel a lot different than if you were unemployed. In Massachusetts, the maximum benefit in Mississippi is around $230 a week. In Massachusetts. It's over $800 the gap isn't just about cost of living. The big difference is the philosophy is unemployment, something that supports the labor market, or is it a business costs to be minimized? Chris O'Leary is with the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. There is no federal standard for unemployment benefits, so states create their own rules around who qualifies how much they get. And for how long. Michelle ever more is with the National Employment Law Project, you know, in some states like Florida and North Carolina, only about 10% of people who are unemployed or even able to get a benefit that impacts people's access to food and shelter. During a pandemic that also dramatically increases their risk of getting sick because of monetary concerns. They have to take an unsafe job, and that's gonna actually spread the virus and slow the recovery even further. She says black and Latino workers may suffer most because states with the smallest benefits have the biggest minority populations. And Sylvia Allegretto, labor economist at UC Berkeley, says differences it benefits can have direct effects on the state's economic health. Unemployment benefits have a Really important effect of propping up the greater economy. Well, that extra $600 meant a lot to workers who lost their jobs. It also meant a lot to all the businesses, relying on people who were spending it. I'm Christine

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Unemployment benefits vary wildly in this country

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Unemployment benefits vary wildly in this country

"I'm sorry to report. It was more talk but no action again today in Washington has roughly thirty million began to face their economic futures out an additional six hundred dollars a week in federal unemployment benefits until and unless Congress, Hammer out a deal for more pandemic relief most jobless people will have to rely on state unemployment insurance and as marketplace's Kristen Schwab explains when it comes to state benefits geography just maybe destiny. If. You're unemployed in Mississippi. Your Life could start to feel a lot different than if you were unemployed in Massachusetts, the maximum benefit in Mississippi is around two hundred and thirty dollars a week in Massachusetts. It's over eight hundred dollars and the gap isn't just about cost of living big differences. The philosophy is unemployment something that supports labor market or is it a business cost be minimized? Chris leary with the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. There is no federal standard for unemployment benefits. So states create their own rules around who qualifies how much they. Get and for how long Michelle Evermore is with the national employment. Law Project in some states like Florida north. Carolina. Only about ten percent of people who are unemployed or even able to get a benefit that impacts people's access to food and shelter during pandemic. It also dramatically increases their risk of getting sick because of monetary concerns they have to take an unsafe job and that's GonNa actually spread the virus in slow the recovery even further she says black and Latino workers may suffer most because with the smallest benefits have the biggest minority populations. And Sylvia Grow Labor economist at UC Berkley says differences it benefits can have direct effects on a states. Economic Health unemployment benefits have A. Really, important affect of propping up the greater economy well, that extra six hundred dollars meant a lot to workers who lost their jobs. It also meant a lot to all the businesses relying on people who were spending it.

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Where Things Stand on the Extra $600 in Unemployment Benefits That Ended Friday

Marketplace

02:06 min | 2 years ago

Where Things Stand on the Extra $600 in Unemployment Benefits That Ended Friday

"Sorry to report it was more talk. But no action again today in Washington, as roughly 30 million people began to face their economic futures without an additional $600 a week in federal unemployment benefits. Until and unless Congress hammers out a deal for more pandemic relief. Most jobless people will have to rely on state unemployment insurance and his marketplaces, Kristen Schwab explains when it comes to state benefits. Geography Just maybe destiny. If you're unemployed in Mississippi, your life could start to feel a lot different than if you were unemployed. In Massachusetts, the maximum benefit in Mississippi is around $230 a week. In Massachusetts. It's over $800 the gap isn't just about cost of living. The big difference is the philosophy is unemployment, something that supports The labor market, or is it a business costs to be minimized? Chris O'Leary is with the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. There is no federal standard for unemployment benefits, so states create their own rules around who qualifies how much they get. And for how long? Michelle ever more is with the National Employment Law Project, you know, in some states like Florida and North Carolina, only about 10% of people who are unemployed or even able to get a benefit that impacts people's access to food and shelter. During a pandemic that also dramatically increases their risk of getting sick because of monetary concerns. They have to take an unsafe job, and that's going to actually spread the virus and slow the recovery even further. Jesus. Black and Latino workers may suffer most because states with the smallest benefits have the biggest minority populations. And Sylvia Allegretto, labor economist at UC Berkeley, says differences it benefits can have direct effects on a state's economic health. Unemployment benefits have a Really important effect of propping up the greater economy. While that extra $600 meant a lot to workers who lost their jobs, it also meant a lot to all the businesses, relying on people who were spending it. I'm Christine Schwab for marketplace.

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"upjohn" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

The Entrepreneurial You

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"upjohn" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

"Store for success and all of that. What if anything do you know about Jamaica? So I've actually been to Jamaica four at had a friend that had a destination wedding, so I went to Montego Bay. I think I'm saying that correctly. And I had a great time with beautiful beaches. went to a golf course it was the most beautiful time and great music, definitely for sure. Oh, good, good, good good, so we're looking forward to having you back at some point right? Oh, I would love to go back. What exactly perfect for those who don't know? So Sherifi is leading ECOMMERCE platform that can help you really quickly launch an e commerce stores that you can sell products that either you make or that you found more else, and you can sell them online to your audience. Simple and easy right so. What type of businesses you think are more ideal for for sharply fe. Definitely. Product based business service based businesses. It's a lot harder to do on top of that. If you have a great product or you have an idea for a product that you'd like to sell shop provides a great platform for that really do other different networks than social media platforms that make it really easy for you to sell your products online. Okay, so let me ask you in in in the light of what is happening right now with the pandemic globally all imports onto you believe shopping fai is to capitalize on this time. Yeah I. Think for me at first whenever with the pandemic I was definitely thinking that online sales are going to decrease however I think it's been kind of the opposite. People are shopping from home now. They're not wanting to leave your house as much, but also kind of on the other spectrum think people are realizing that media job that they thought was stable, wasn't actually a statement was brought, and so they're looking for more kind of side, hustles and ways to bring in other sources of income for their family, and you talk about it'd be. Can be a side hustle. Whole! We think easy. Is it to manage you know while you're having a fulltime job with those are not yet. fulltime entrepreneurs The government overshot buffet face side. What kind of Menton onto needed? It definitely depends on how many products you have. How much is your stuff? You have already prepared, but I would say definitely expect probably least around ten to fifteen hours. A week of getting everything set up and started especially. When you're I, just getting started. It takes a little bit more time to set up everything. and. Then things are a little bit more automated, rooting for but one that you started in using shop if I L I I'm actually. Have a degree in web development, but in college I was really big into like hand calligraphy, and so I had started a wedding invitation business, and I was looking for a place to sell my wedding invitations online and I came across shop in their very early days. This was about ten years ago, so it looked very different than it does now but I really liked the platform and I built my sight there and just love the experience. I started building site for other people's well with my at web development background, so we have a myriad of ECOMMERCE, sites that are. Are also available Upjohn's know. How would you rank shopping? Fi in relation to these other platforms so I'll be honest. Maybe I'm a little bit biased because I only build on the shop, five platform, but I really do think that sharper fight is the leading ECOMMERCE platform out there because they're so fast to bring new solutions connected with different social media platforms, so that you can sell your products on instagram and facebook and Pinterest, and they're doing things that are just a of everyone else..

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"upjohn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"upjohn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And accepting a job if it were offered. Which put him in a tough spot. Job openings in his field are really hard to come by, with the pandemic, keeping most casinos closed or low capacity, and he'd hoped to keep his old job because love panic. Last such requirements were suspended by most states during the initial weeks of the crisis, But Colorado, along with Nebraska, Arkansas and Missouri, have reinstated them in recent weeks. You don't want to discourage people. From working if jobs are available. Angela Rashidi is a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, she says in normal times work search requirements are intended to motivate unemployed people to rejoin the labor market rather than remain on government assistance. In the early days of the pandemic. People were supposed to stay home not be out looking for jobs, so it made sense to do away with the requirement. But now we're in this kind of gray area of recovery. Chris O'Leary is an economist of Thie Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, He says, while the most stringent lockdowns of eased and some sectors of the economy of re opened, we're not back to normal. There's kind of on again off again. Yeah, we're goingto have returned to work. Well, wait a minute. The virus is spreading. Maybe we can't. There's still enormous uncertainty in many industries like Garrett honeys. And while the states that have reimposed job search requirements are not hot spots right now, the last months have taught us how quickly things can go bad with a virus that it's spreading out of control. I'm Megan McCarty, Carino for Marketplace. Staying with the theme of the top of the program today, unemployment in this economy right now and the vagaries thereof. We are going to get the weekly report on first time claims for jobless benefits tomorrow morning. If it's over a 1,000,000 people will be 18 weeks in a row of seven figures worth of Americans losing their jobs. Wall Street halfway through this week. A bouncy, little choppy. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Okay, so the program today is mostly grim economic.

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"upjohn" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"upjohn" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Brick were still with. I am very I guess from Hustle share podcast and now in the playbook to this is so interesting with Mr Magellan Buffet on there you go love it boo pay on wires. Sorry this recording was really late at night again. Thank you very much for over Magellan. Okay so imagine before the break you mentioned that okay. The these are the things that you need to already know Zoe diming and all these things the pitfalls at me that the can you should look for in whatnot. What else should we do? You WanNa talk about structure. What do you mean by structure? While there's many structures who can use menu fundraising. It depends on the current state of Your Business and it depends on We're GONNA use it for. There's two ways to go about in East fee ways that I've used in the past the rule van okay. He's not just throwing out random fucking theories year And I had experienced raising money through equity okay so when you say equity what do you mean when you say equity. That's when you give shares in your company into interested investors Who essentially become shareholders senior company? Now if they're a shareholder in just a little caveat yep you're giving them a piece of your company so they own it and they are now I will have a voice and no matter what it is I have to say among long all the ways to fundraise this is the most expensive. Yes because you're selling a piece of your company right equities the most and this is the American oil. That's right locking marriage. Show when I say marriage you'll you can in a normal setting aside the Philippines means. Obviously you can divorce alive or has-been in Equity Shit unless you have people who fucking buy it out at a very ice. I was about to say unless you have unless you have money to buy them out. Which nine times at attended a startup founders? Don't you're pretty much fought now if you chose the wrong Investor for equity very very fucked up board regardless if they're minority or what that is okay so that's an let's is an economic next one that long. What time what time nearby so you can you can borrow money instead of giving equity the two also for your fundraise again? It depends on where you're gonNA use it for. We're going to delve into that and the last one. Is this. Call it mezzanine. This is when you mix let's say equity and Alone note there there you go. You may have read off. A convertible note. Convertible note is essentially a liability. It's alone by financing. Where where in if you're not able to pay back that loan the lender gets shares from your company? It's like it's almost like using your shares in your business us. Turn double edged sword. I in a perfect world. Technically you're supposed also not default and paid that Samson back to the whole equity. That's right you're not the time. People just dangled that and they get diluted with a certain hurt then valuation cap the values your valuation Cap. Technically is that with a discount. There's always a discount. There's always this calm right. And usually twenty percent they they convert at a lower valuation. That you're in. That means you give more down the road and if you have too many notes you're gonNA get fucked in be looted now. We'll also talk about that in terms of why equity so important and what power it gives you. But let's actually do that now so to the soccer differs when equity so so when you do an equity round which is the most common one at least in startups. What do you do and and how do you approach this when when you do fundraising through equity again? You're giving shares to people in the beginning. Not One problem. I saw in the Philippines among start. UPS is that the first person who gives money You just take it. Imam But again you mentioned about marriage if there's one thing I've learned over the years when you give out equity try to choose those investors very very wisely like you have to really map out their strategic value in like. Let's if you're bringing this this person or this lake water does like Vac Uh those values that they can bring into the table cash aside from Gush like gender bring you commercial partnerships and they give you access to a marquette that you WanNa tap candy give you. Let's say you need additional capital called. Can they actually do absorb up. Cyber it said I've seen a lot of star startups wherein. They took the money the first person who was willing to give to write them a check and when things don't didn't go S- plan And obviously they stopped without shareholder if that shareholders under this not at the capacity to Give the founders. What they need like commercial or is money? Okay then well you'll just both these stock so always be mindful. I think that's the right there. Mindfulness S. guy on the strategic value that they invest story you're bringing in Gives you okay and gives the humming really talk about against structure prior to delve Ian. I WANNA talk about a couple more things. Okay that's basically need to be into your back bucket. I one they're still things you need. actually like in your in your backpack. You have to have this number one. You have to have a border so when you have a cap table technically it's your percentage. Think about why that's right. How much are you willing to give it a certain stage exactly? Because that's what future investors I would ask for Wis who is holding equity in your thing now if you gave away too much too early it's going to be hard for today's an extra on because there's not enough space for them to come Amino ready unless that person has statistic goes back is less correct correct like for example if early on Let's say let's just say we're partners sixty years sixty. I'm not we're we both bring volume under the organization. That's fine the K.. Or let's say let's say say early on. It's the two of us. Ron Me Magellan and then a bank and let's see we're doing a Fintech even if that bank takes a significant like what like how let's say twenty percent thirty percent that's all right. That's all right when investors start looking at okay. They gave twenty percent of this bank. I e the IT depends on what makes a lot of sense know-how here's one thing dice. There's a magic number of how much you shouldn't give out at an early stage in thick now again. Going to be in your in the show notes. It's sixty seven percent. Why sixty seven percent because in any startup? You need to have supermajority much. Sorry the to make whatever fucking decision you want exactly if you give not superman super majority. What happens Majella? While you're essentially giving direction to that super majority shareholder anything you WANNA do Becomes like you become a minor voice in your company in Grad so or do you need an additional seat that which again if becomes a game of politics and you don't want politics early on in your instance pop. No I'm Pinochle meet Upjohn if you give supermajority to a share an investor who doesn't under understand on your values your word for them and you who doesn't understand your mission and vision but I can. Yeah you'RE GONNA BE YOU'RE GONNA A. B.. Like more of an employee to that are in better terms. I was avoiding that. We can really here though. So that's what it is. That's I don't give out anything more than that especially in the early stage fossil if you can keep up to series A. and you haven't given away away sixty-seven or third the Barber Samp of your company at you're still Loki. That's right right because at the end of the day. You know you have to plan that out in that supermajority so-so important when you make the need a big decisions. Now there's one thing do Max. Yeah and then. Hey this is the deadly shipped writing. I we talk about or handshake. Trust you early in your money. You know any paperwork that's right What is a term sheet and the next generation subscription agreement? Letter does things while obviously Ah when you copied a deal there should be an offer and early in the term sheet. That's where the I've seen. Cases where in its invest or give who gives a three sheet. But for MIA for me. I think If you're gonNA offer something you should and if you want leverage over on the negotiation table Ecorse you dictate dictated Out The by the bench. It's your startup. Exactly benchmark. Ready sets the wrong precedent. If you're coming in in your let them get you out. Exactly right I mean no disrespect at some good. You need to do your homework. Exact right and again another thing I learned this from Manhattan over at the even. Here's one thing is term sheets are non-binding they can sign that but they can still back out the deal. Only really close is when you number one get the check number two is if you have a subscription agreement so lawyer it outtakes make sure that this is properly executed because this is where it will all lines down to especially. There's this one part which again we'll do another play on this inbetween signing term sheet and writing the check. There's this sparking purgatory fucking time. Just most nerve wracking thing due-diligence double d right Tuxedos that double d. You know. It's yeah what what you iron out. In the term. She is the commercials. How many percent percent the bills that you buy? That's it but investors will not give you money until after they verified. Uh Find everything that you've presented them and that happens. Judy Judy Diligence again. We'll do that. How out to maneuver or how to properly yet out alive because if you said don't much bullshit by the way and then they would be okay God and some good investors can sniff that a mile away Yeah Sheba you can only do so much with BS. End.

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"upjohn" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"upjohn" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Brick were still with. I am very I guess from Hustle share podcast and now in the playbook to this is so interesting with Mr Magellan Buffet on there you go love it boo pay on wires. Sorry this recording was really late at night again. Thank you very much for over Magellan. Okay so imagine before the break you mentioned that okay. The these are the things that you need to already know Zoe diming and all these things the pitfalls at me that the can you should look for in whatnot. What else should we do? You WanNa talk about structure. What do you mean by structure? While there's many structures who can use menu fundraising. It depends on the current state of Your Business and it depends on We're GONNA use it for. There's two ways to go about in East fee ways that I've used in the past the rule van okay. He's not just throwing out random fucking theories year And I had experienced raising money through equity okay so when you say equity what do you mean when you say equity. That's when you give shares in your company into interested investors Who essentially become shareholders senior company? Now if they're a shareholder in just a little caveat yep you're giving them a piece of your company so they own it and they are now I will have a voice and no matter what it is I have to say among long all the ways to fundraise this is the most expensive. Yes because you're selling a piece of your company right equities the most and this is the American oil. That's right locking marriage. Show when I say marriage you'll you can in a normal setting aside the Philippines means. Obviously you can divorce alive or has-been in Equity Shit unless you have people who fucking buy it out at a very ice. I was about to say unless you have unless you have money to buy them out. Which nine times at attended a startup founders? Don't you're pretty much fought now if you chose the wrong Investor for equity very very fucked up board regardless if they're minority or what that is okay so that's an let's is an economic next one that long. What time what time nearby so you can you can borrow money instead of giving equity the two also for your fundraise again? It depends on where you're gonNA use it for. We're going to delve into that and the last one. Is this. Call it mezzanine. This is when you mix let's say equity and Alone note there there you go. You may have read off. A convertible note. Convertible note is essentially a liability. It's alone by financing. Where where in if you're not able to pay back that loan the lender gets shares from your company? It's like it's almost like using your shares in your business us. Turn double edged sword. I in a perfect world. Technically you're supposed also not default and paid that Samson back to the whole equity. That's right you're not the time. People just dangled that and they get diluted with a certain hurt then valuation cap the values your valuation Cap. Technically is that with a discount. There's always a discount. There's always this calm right. And usually twenty percent they they convert at a lower valuation. That you're in. That means you give more down the road and if you have too many notes you're gonNA get fucked in be looted now. We'll also talk about that in terms of why equity so important and what power it gives you. But let's actually do that now so to the soccer differs when equity so so when you do an equity round which is the most common one at least in startups. What do you do and and how do you approach this when when you do fundraising through equity again? You're giving shares to people in the beginning. Not One problem. I saw in the Philippines among start. UPS is that the first person who gives money You just take it. Imam But again you mentioned about marriage if there's one thing I've learned over the years when you give out equity try to choose those investors very very wisely like you have to really map out their strategic value in like. Let's if you're bringing this this person or this lake water does like Vac Uh those values that they can bring into the table cash aside from Gush like gender bring you commercial partnerships and they give you access to a marquette that you WanNa tap candy give you. Let's say you need additional capital called. Can they actually do absorb up. Cyber it said I've seen a lot of star startups wherein. They took the money the first person who was willing to give to write them a check and when things don't didn't go S- plan And obviously they stopped without shareholder if that shareholders under this not at the capacity to Give the founders. What they need like commercial or is money? Okay then well you'll just both these stock so always be mindful. I think that's the right there. Mindfulness S. guy on the strategic value that they invest story you're bringing in Gives you okay and gives the humming really talk about against structure prior to delve Ian. I WANNA talk about a couple more things. Okay that's basically need to be into your back bucket. I one they're still things you need. actually like in your in your backpack. You have to have this number one. You have to have a border so when you have a cap table technically it's your percentage. Think about why that's right. How much are you willing to give it a certain stage exactly? Because that's what future investors I would ask for Wis who is holding equity in your thing now if you gave away too much too early it's going to be hard for today's an extra on because there's not enough space for them to come Amino ready unless that person has statistic goes back is less correct correct like for example if early on Let's say let's just say we're partners sixty years sixty. I'm not we're we both bring volume under the organization. That's fine the K.. Or let's say let's say say early on. It's the two of us. Ron Me Magellan and then a bank and let's see we're doing a Fintech even if that bank takes a significant like what like how let's say twenty percent thirty percent that's all right. That's all right when investors start looking at okay. They gave twenty percent of this bank. I e the IT depends on what makes a lot of sense know-how here's one thing dice. There's a magic number of how much you shouldn't give out at an early stage in thick now again. Going to be in your in the show notes. It's sixty seven percent. Why sixty seven percent because in any startup? You need to have supermajority much. Sorry the to make whatever fucking decision you want exactly if you give not superman super majority. What happens Majella? While you're essentially giving direction to that super majority shareholder anything you WANNA do Becomes like you become a minor voice in your company in Grad so or do you need an additional seat that which again if becomes a game of politics and you don't want politics early on in your instance pop. No I'm Pinochle meet Upjohn if you give supermajority to a share an investor who doesn't under understand on your values your word for them and you who doesn't understand your mission and vision but I can. Yeah you'RE GONNA BE YOU'RE GONNA A. B.. Like more of an employee to that are in better terms. I was avoiding that. We can really here though. So that's what it is. That's I don't give out anything more than that especially in the early stage fossil if you can keep up to series A. and you haven't given away away sixty-seven or third the Barber Samp of your company at you're still Loki. That's right right because at the end of the day. You know you have to plan that out in that supermajority so-so important when you make the need a big decisions. Now there's one thing do Max. Yeah and then. Hey this is the deadly shipped writing. I we talk about or handshake. Trust you early in your money. You know any paperwork that's right What is a term sheet and the next generation subscription agreement? Letter does things while obviously Ah when you copied a deal there should be an offer and early in the term sheet. That's where the I've seen. Cases where in its invest or give who gives a three sheet. But for MIA for me. I think If you're gonNA offer something you should and if you want leverage over on the negotiation table Ecorse you dictate dictated Out The by the bench. It's your startup. Exactly benchmark. Ready sets the wrong precedent. If you're coming in in your let them get you out. Exactly right I mean no disrespect at some good. You need to do your homework. Exact right and again another thing I learned this from Manhattan over at the even. Here's one thing is term sheets are non-binding they can sign that but they can still back out the deal. Only really close is when you number one get the check number two is if you have a subscription agreement so lawyer it outtakes make sure that this is properly executed because this is where it will all lines down to especially. There's this one part which again we'll do another play on this inbetween signing term sheet and writing the check. There's this sparking purgatory fucking time. Just most nerve wracking thing due-diligence double d right Tuxedos that double d. You know. It's yeah what what you iron out. In the term. She is the commercials. How many percent percent the bills that you buy? That's it but investors will not give you money until after they verified. Uh Find everything that you've presented them and that happens. Judy Judy Diligence again. We'll do that. How out to maneuver or how to properly yet out alive because if you said don't much bullshit by the way and then they would be okay God and some good investors can sniff that a mile away Yeah Sheba you can only do so much with BS. End.

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"upjohn" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"upjohn" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Brick were still with. I am very I guess from Hustle share podcast and now in the playbook to this is so interesting with Mr Magellan Buffet on there you go love it boo pay on wires. Sorry this recording was really late at night again. Thank you very much for over Magellan. Okay so imagine before the break you mentioned that okay. The these are the things that you need to already know Zoe diming and all these things the pitfalls at me that the can you should look for in whatnot. What else should we do? You WanNa talk about structure. What do you mean by structure? While there's many structures who can use menu fundraising. It depends on the current state of Your Business and it depends on We're GONNA use it for. There's two ways to go about in East fee ways that I've used in the past the rule van okay. He's not just throwing out random fucking theories year And I had experienced raising money through equity okay so when you say equity what do you mean when you say equity. That's when you give shares in your company into interested investors Who essentially become shareholders senior company? Now if they're a shareholder in just a little caveat yep you're giving them a piece of your company so they own it and they are now I will have a voice and no matter what it is I have to say among long all the ways to fundraise this is the most expensive. Yes because you're selling a piece of your company right equities the most and this is the American oil. That's right locking marriage. Show when I say marriage you'll you can in a normal setting aside the Philippines means. Obviously you can divorce alive or has-been in Equity Shit unless you have people who fucking buy it out at a very ice. I was about to say unless you have unless you have money to buy them out. Which nine times at attended a startup founders? Don't you're pretty much fought now if you chose the wrong Investor for equity very very fucked up board regardless if they're minority or what that is okay so that's an let's is an economic next one that long. What time what time nearby so you can you can borrow money instead of giving equity the two also for your fundraise again? It depends on where you're gonNA use it for. We're going to delve into that and the last one. Is this. Call it mezzanine. This is when you mix let's say equity and Alone note there there you go. You may have read off. A convertible note. Convertible note is essentially a liability. It's alone by financing. Where where in if you're not able to pay back that loan the lender gets shares from your company? It's like it's almost like using your shares in your business us. Turn double edged sword. I in a perfect world. Technically you're supposed also not default and paid that Samson back to the whole equity. That's right you're not the time. People just dangled that and they get diluted with a certain hurt then valuation cap the values your valuation Cap. Technically is that with a discount. There's always a discount. There's always this calm right. And usually twenty percent they they convert at a lower valuation. That you're in. That means you give more down the road and if you have too many notes you're gonNA get fucked in be looted now. We'll also talk about that in terms of why equity so important and what power it gives you. But let's actually do that now so to the soccer differs when equity so so when you do an equity round which is the most common one at least in startups. What do you do and and how do you approach this when when you do fundraising through equity again? You're giving shares to people in the beginning. Not One problem. I saw in the Philippines among start. UPS is that the first person who gives money You just take it. Imam But again you mentioned about marriage if there's one thing I've learned over the years when you give out equity try to choose those investors very very wisely like you have to really map out their strategic value in like. Let's if you're bringing this this person or this lake water does like Vac Uh those values that they can bring into the table cash aside from Gush like gender bring you commercial partnerships and they give you access to a marquette that you WanNa tap candy give you. Let's say you need additional capital called. Can they actually do absorb up. Cyber it said I've seen a lot of star startups wherein. They took the money the first person who was willing to give to write them a check and when things don't didn't go S- plan And obviously they stopped without shareholder if that shareholders under this not at the capacity to Give the founders. What they need like commercial or is money? Okay then well you'll just both these stock so always be mindful. I think that's the right there. Mindfulness S. guy on the strategic value that they invest story you're bringing in Gives you okay and gives the humming really talk about against structure prior to delve Ian. I WANNA talk about a couple more things. Okay that's basically need to be into your back bucket. I one they're still things you need. actually like in your in your backpack. You have to have this number one. You have to have a border so when you have a cap table technically it's your percentage. Think about why that's right. How much are you willing to give it a certain stage exactly? Because that's what future investors I would ask for Wis who is holding equity in your thing now if you gave away too much too early it's going to be hard for today's an extra on because there's not enough space for them to come Amino ready unless that person has statistic goes back is less correct correct like for example if early on Let's say let's just say we're partners sixty years sixty. I'm not we're we both bring volume under the organization. That's fine the K.. Or let's say let's say say early on. It's the two of us. Ron Me Magellan and then a bank and let's see we're doing a Fintech even if that bank takes a significant like what like how let's say twenty percent thirty percent that's all right. That's all right when investors start looking at okay. They gave twenty percent of this bank. I e the IT depends on what makes a lot of sense know-how here's one thing dice. There's a magic number of how much you shouldn't give out at an early stage in thick now again. Going to be in your in the show notes. It's sixty seven percent. Why sixty seven percent because in any startup? You need to have supermajority much. Sorry the to make whatever fucking decision you want exactly if you give not superman super majority. What happens Majella? While you're essentially giving direction to that super majority shareholder anything you WANNA do Becomes like you become a minor voice in your company in Grad so or do you need an additional seat that which again if becomes a game of politics and you don't want politics early on in your instance pop. No I'm Pinochle meet Upjohn if you give supermajority to a share an investor who doesn't under understand on your values your word for them and you who doesn't understand your mission and vision but I can. Yeah you'RE GONNA BE YOU'RE GONNA A. B.. Like more of an employee to that are in better terms. I was avoiding that. We can really here though. So that's what it is. That's I don't give out anything more than that especially in the early stage fossil if you can keep up to series A. and you haven't given away away sixty-seven or third the Barber Samp of your company at you're still Loki. That's right right because at the end of the day. You know you have to plan that out in that supermajority so-so important when you make the need a big decisions. Now there's one thing do Max. Yeah and then. Hey this is the deadly shipped writing. I we talk about or handshake. Trust you early in your money. You know any paperwork that's right What is a term sheet and the next generation subscription agreement? Letter does things while obviously Ah when you copied a deal there should be an offer and early in the term sheet. That's where the I've seen. Cases where in its invest or give who gives a three sheet. But for MIA for me. I think If you're gonNA offer something you should and if you want leverage over on the negotiation table Ecorse you dictate dictated Out The by the bench. It's your startup. Exactly benchmark. Ready sets the wrong precedent. If you're coming in in your let them get you out. Exactly right I mean no disrespect at some good. You need to do your homework. Exact right and again another thing I learned this from Manhattan over at the even. Here's one thing is term sheets are non-binding they can sign that but they can still back out the deal. Only really close is when you number one get the check number two is if you have a subscription agreement so lawyer it outtakes make sure that this is properly executed because this is where it will all lines down to especially. There's this one part which again we'll do another play on this inbetween signing term sheet and writing the check. There's this sparking purgatory fucking time. Just most nerve wracking thing due-diligence double d right Tuxedos that double d. You know. It's yeah what what you iron out. In the term. She is the commercials. How many percent percent the bills that you buy? That's it but investors will not give you money until after they verified. Uh Find everything that you've presented them and that happens. Judy Judy Diligence again. We'll do that. How out to maneuver or how to properly yet out alive because if you said don't much bullshit by the way and then they would be okay God and some good investors can sniff that a mile away Yeah Sheba you can only do so much with BS. End.

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Amazon plans to retrain 100,000 employees

90.3 KAZU Programming

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Amazon plans to retrain 100,000 employees

"The robots may eventually be coming for all of our job but Amazon's got a plan for its work force the company announced a seven hundred million dollar investment in retraining today it is going to up skill their word definitely not mine about a hundred thousand people a third of its workforce by the year twenty twenty five but here's the catch there's not much of a catch the programs are almost completely free and no commitment all the stadiums on when you're done for more workplace culture desk marketplace making McCarty Karina looks at what Amazon is getting for the money three training programs target employees at all levels of Amazon so already tech savvy workers can expand their skills and automation and non technical workers like the ones in warehouses can gain skills to work with that new tech Jed Kolko chief economist with job search site indeed says the programs help Amazon walk a fine line keeping morale high among current workers in a tight labor market while simultaneously facilitating the technology to replace them in the future working with models and robotics and other automated technologies will surely be in at least as much demand is today Brad her spine an economist at the Upjohn institute for employment research says training an existing employee for a future job can be more cost effective than hiring a new one but that's of the training is actually effective the evidence is somewhat mixed he says retraining programs work best when the teacher broad set of skills in depth that can be adapted to multiple types of jobs rather than narrow technical training because trying to figure out which skills are going to be in demand in the future it is very hard Amazon will also pay ninety five percent of tuition and fees for degrees in high demand fields outside its current business model like nursing and aircraft mechanics Michael's in an analyst at Piper Jaffray says the move makes sense as Amazon is already dipped its toe into new ventures in health care and drone technology to do that the company will need a strong work force that's well versed in whatever the company plans to kind of spread its tentacles into in the future imagine being examined by an Amazon tray nurse and getting an Amazon prescription delivered by an Amazon drone I'm making McCarty Carino for

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