20 Burst results for "Vice President And General Manager"

Electronic Arts Plans Return to College Football Video Games

WAOK On Air

01:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Electronic Arts Plans Return to College Football Video Games

"Social media world world all abuzz as EA Sports Announcer is coming back with his college football game now. The last time we saw college football game from EA Sports was 2000 and 14. I guess 2013 in, I think debuted or something in 2014. Maybe whatever is a 13 14. Does it really matter? They're all Holt, who's the vice president, general manager, EA Sports, told ESPN quotas. We look for the moment, um, that we're building on sports. It all starts with the passion of our fans and opportunities of what they're interested in. Don't think there's a visit where I go outside, wearing a piece of EA sports brand apparel. If someone doesn't go hey, when it's college football coming back now. EA Sports as partner with collegiate licensing company C L. C to make sure that it had the FBI schools, traditions, uniforms of playbooks. Among other things, ready to go, it says will be over 100 teams available in the game now. This is the interesting part. And this is the most important part of all of this. Okay? Maybe not for you. But For how this is gonna be done. So it's planning on moving forward without rosters. That include names, images or likenesses of real college players. Hey.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

07:13 min | 7 months ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

"With three com, after the acquisition. After that in moving out to Silicon Valley to work for Cisco Systems. And ran a sales engineering team at Cisco Systems. And that portion of my career is really on the networking side of the house, working on routers and switches and access. Systems like that, and then I left Cisco in turn Cyber Security Guy and went to start up? Company called net screen. net screen was a firewall company and. The company when I po at about two thousand one and company skyrocketed now does the in charge of the global sales engineering organization I grew my team from about. Two people to about one hundred and twenty people in four years time. And then juniper acquired the company for four point two billion dollars I left after that and went on to fortinet where I was the vice president of product management at fortinet. another well known Cybersecurity company out here in the valley. And I did that for a number of years and Kind of been on cybersecurity track ever since then other roles I've had kind of since then were Barracuda networks I was Vice President general manager. There Komodo. Help start. A company called stellar cyber. So and so forth and here I am at Eric comments the chief product officer. And so it gives us some insight. What is your day to day like these days? What sort of things fill your time? Spent most of my time really focused on a product strategy so kind of analyzing the market defying the trends in identifying problems and. Taking those problems that I find and really trying to figure out solutions for those problems and then map it to our product roadmap. Sets my day-to-day along with doing a little bit of software developing I still keep my hand on the keyboard and prototype things and and build new technology and. Don't bring the market. How would you describe your management style? I lead by example I think that comes from my my days in the in the Marine Corps, so as far as how I manage. It's really showing people that are underneath me. How I do things and kind of learning and working together, collectively I'm a very collaborative type of person but yeah think lead by example is probably the best way that sums up always operate. We want to touch on this this notion of Sassy and how that applies to things like zero trust, let let. Can we start with just some basic syrup for folks who might not be familiar with? Can you describe to us? What is Sassy? Sassy it stands for secure access. Edge and it's an emerging concept I think that Gartner kind of put out into the market about a year or so ago. And it's really about moving the The network security stack to the cloud. And when you think about what a network security stack is, it's a combination of things that include. firewalls and secure web gateways and VPN type technology software defined perimeter. remote browser isolation. The number of things that you used to have in your organization on premise, all of those things that entire security stack is now kind of migrating to the cloud, and when that occurs, users of this new security stack this residing in the cloud have a better scale ability better security better control. and there's a lot of. Lot of larger corporations that are starting to put these security stacks together and an offer. Sassy type services if I if I were to go back in time I remember when there was a an appliance for every one of those things that I just described you know a firewall appliance, secure web gateway appliance of VPN appliance and then. During my fortinet days I saw that consolidation occur into what was called a UTM unified threat management where all those different technologies. Instead of being separate appliances, they kind of consolidated into a single appliance all in one appliance. What's now happening is that same concept of consolidation is occurring, but it's not an appliance anymore. It's all moving. To a cloud and consolidated into a single cloud. Are, there any limitations there are. Are there any shortcomings to to moving to Sassy? Argue that you know. They really want best of breed and they. They will argue that you can't really get best of breed when you select. No one single cloud provider to offer all of those services, so some organizations will see that as a weakness and say well I want. This part of the security stack provided by a vendor. Era Acts in a different part of the security stack offered by vendor Y so that they can build a kind of best of breed approach. That I think is probably one of the biggest limitations to doing it. And what are some of the major benefits? Then we'll the benefits are that you don't have to go out and purchase all of these different appliances, and then try to deploy them everywhere. You have offices. It's all centrally located in the cloud, so it reduces your. Deployment footprint significantly, and the administration of all of those things starts to get a lot easier because the cloud provider is doing a lot of that a lot of that work for you updates and things like that so I think huge benefits come from that and I. Think one of the things that. was very telling. When covid nineteen hit, a lot of organizations scramble to figure out how to get their employees working remote better, and they were using the appliance approach. Their appliances weren't necessarily enough to handle the the low that they were now being tasked to put on them before they might have had on hundred users connecting to the VPN. And now it's a thousand users connecting to the VPN to get remote access to the network. So if they had deployed a Sassy solution is just a really a matter of dowling up more capacity from the Sassy cloud provider dialing down once they don't need any anymore. Are there particular sizes of organizations that this is best suited for. I think the IT really an accessory really works for organizations of any size I can envision having a. Small Organization like a law firm that may have you know ten or twenty people in the organization, but there is A. High degree of need for for security because the data that they're keeping so on the small side. It's definitely definitely useful there on primarily because small organizations don't have the it insecurity staff to manage all the stuff, so if you could deliver that by way of a cloud solution, it makes their life a lot easier, but then on the other extreme, the of large organizations can benefit from to because those organizations are constantly scaling up and down growing, and it's really hard to. Maintain a appliances and buying new ones and upgrading them and redeploying them all of that stuff so I, think it really is beneficial a.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The US FCC proposed resigning airwaves long promised automakers and instead allowing other wireless uses on the frequencies I love this story when you get into that we also want to get into what's going on the automotive and mobility innovation space perfect person to do that with Patrick little senior vice president general manager Qualcomm global automotive based in San Diego just never just there today though he joins us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers to New York welcome nice to see you thanks for having me there's so much going on in the space but I do want to ask you about these Airways because in reading through this story on the Bloomberg it talks about by the FCC doing this that maybe we're going to be you know kind of left behind in terms of the auto industry not having access to these areas we also do what about the five G. implication so how do you see it no it's a great question so the the and what you're talking about is that there's a five point nine gigahertz backtracked that is that was set aside for for public safety and so there is a portion of the spectrum that we really need for cellular V. two X. technology to just make it very simple it's cars talking to other cars which will drive safety to a completely different level of today two eighty for really good self driving cars right for to work it really is so you know one point two million lives are lost on the global roads each year this is going to take a big bite out of Africa releasing ability a protocol for car to talk to other cars and so cellular retorts technology is that technology but you need spectrum from the FCC to make it happen so that you don't have it there is this piece of spectrum that's going will be released for cellular V. two acts and there's just there's debate on how much spectrum is a is a is a proper amount to set aside for silently tracks technology so there will be spectrum set aside for site would be to act which is incredibly important there is also online spectrum for wifi applications that has also been set aside so I think the the debate continues there will be a set aside for secular retracts which I think is is I I think very I think it's good for site from the FCC to set so they'll be enough there we hope that there will be enough it won't be like all it will be released all at one time we hope initially to be enough to get the ball rolling and to get the cellular retracts technology on the roads again incredible if you ask me of all the technologies Qualcomm works on what is the most important and I would say say it would be to excuse it's gonna safely Sanford yes tell us at like break it down for us like what what are we really talking about here and for the person you know driving in their car right now listening to this hopefully you'll what can they anticipate being able to do that they can't do now yeah really great great question so V. two X. technology is is an ability for the car to talk to the things around it talk to other cars talk to the infrastructure right now your cars just isolated going down the road if you if a car next you knew that you were going to turn or knew you were going to break or go through a red light you'd be able to really be able to have cars pro pro actually understand rather concert going to do so say the V. tracks at the highest level is cars can talk to the cars to the infrastructure to the network and understand their surrounding so much better good example here in New York you you're driving through a green light and other cars driving through a red light but you don't see it because of buildings in the way Salem retracts technology is going to alert you to that car that's running through the red light with no stopping distance and let you know you're going to have to break no delay no no do very little latency that's actually the key is very let little latency because it's in cellular standard very little latency to a law allowing your car to understand better than any other line of sight radar technology or light or technology those would not be able to see a car coming around the corner and so the delay is actually a very critical question is right very little delayed for your car to get that information and to make the adjust his is the same delays a human we acting on target is faster than human really yes yes because it's it's wireless technology right which can be very quick now in the future we talk about our Tommy the Carl be making the decision based on that information right now the first generations of side of the tracks it's likely that the humans will get an alert and then you'll make it is have breaking decision all right so let's talk about self driving because it's complicated topic more than we can cover in three and a half minutes we have left but where are we would you give us a day check on what we can expect say in the next twelve to twenty four months so it's really a great question because there's so much marketing out there about it about our time is striving or even advanced driver's assistant so you know everyone else is this next year is the next year when it's hot Thomas driving coming and so the first thing to understand is that there is a huge continuing between advanced driver assistance systems which is called a Dallas and fort Thomas striving full time is driving is your in your passenger vehicle anywhere in any environment at any time and the cars driving itself whether there's lane markers no lane markers I wrote hill road signs so so hi Tony will will move forward progress there's two ways to move forward first one is progressively you move from last year were you got these warnings on your dash to next year we'll have automatic and urgency breaking and you get comfortable with that then the next year or two years later you'll get lane keeping where your car is already happening that it's already have my car ready does it and I can basically take my hands off the wheel and it'll just guide the car's mission highway they'll say your hands are off the we'll put it back on I mean we're there sure sure so and we're getting there progressively but it five years ago I asked are you comfortable with the car steering or braking itself I don't think he would have been so keen on that idea five years ago so what's happening is we're being incrementally acclimated to full autonomy the other way that it's going to be working is if there will be fully autonomous situations near for timely situations and when I call close loop environments and that is a call I shuttle on a college campus or ways to some extent right for you for certain legs of it or certainly Anes could that's right no reason why we couldn't do it right that's right so I turned to the to the real challenge is simple it's it's such a complex variable environment and and kind of overlap that with a life critical mission that's what's giving everybody Pasha that's why everybody said next year for sure maybe it's the next to the I want what I know we could talk in our in this case and that is five G. are we gonna be behind though and I do wonder about China or elsewhere setting the standards for five G. great question so so from a technology standpoint we won't be behind so Qualcomm in particular my company is driving very hard to be that the at that the forefront of five G. technology from a deployment standpoint Chinese being very aggressive by next year they'll have a million base stations a million five G. base station so for me IP and technology development I think Qualcomm is leading the world in five G. but if you talk about deployment out and the number of handsets number base stations right attorneys been quite aggressive and so thirty seconds for what do you as Qualcomm need to do to ensure that you sort of stay in the mix there with five G. out with five G. so I think that we're doing honestly I think the challenge for us is to golf everybody has to go faster the appetite either so no debate about five G. taking off it just how fast can we go and frankly we we pulled in our five G. planned by a full calendar year which was a herculean well I hope you a list for the company I think it's an ecosystem thing you have to work with.

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Russell Westbrook 'Most Important Player' in Thunder History

WGR Programming

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Russell Westbrook 'Most Important Player' in Thunder History

"But I don't know if you saw with executive vice president general manager local city funded to say tonight no I did impress the he said Russell Westbrook is the most important player in the brief history the Oklahoma City thunder he has left an indelible mark on this team city and state that's a clear shot at Kevin Durant was the best player in the history the short history of the Oklahoma City thunder and it's still hot and bothered by the way he decided joy with Golden State problem leader in the lurch I'm not probably it was a dead all but I'm also also longevity as well I mean it play three more years it's on a bed in a given the ready is he did was the first guy since I don't understand from Prestes perspective longevity L. the first got every average triple double since since Oscar so I

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

"But what I'm saying is when she went further SAT college advising, which this I guess this William singer, whatever his name is. He's the college prep. Expert. He probably said, okay. I can get your picture on the crew team bull. I'm not saying, no, she should never gone through with it. But he is despicable that he came up with all these ways for all these non athletes again to school. If you're in the admissions office at USC and Laurie Laughlin calls and says, listen, my kids at dum, okay? She can't get in. But I'm Laurie lawful. And then you have stay most call at saggy the Olsen twins and comet help me out here. Are you not getting in? No, you probably aren't. And honestly like that stuff probably happens nowadays. Anyway, I like I can't get past the fact like all right some money exchanged hands. And that's what we're mad about like famous people in their kids get away with a lot more than non famous people all the time in every aspect of life. Of course, this happens. That's so funny. You're right. There really is really breaking news here entitled white people got into college money, but I wanna put you in charge of admissions. Okay. You get that call from Laughlin and then the Olsen. And then stay most. And then sagging are you looking the other way and letting this this kid into school not until DJ Tanner calls every teach. So ridiculously friend. What what was boyfriends Steve see? The funniest part of the show and Kimmy. Kidding? The body before we get to Rachel Nichols very excited for this. Let's take a break. I mean, this is a big day stands if we got Zappa dot com Abby gift certificates, and now we have a sponsor about that big time. It is hip recruiter. And they have supported our show the lebatardshow would Stu gods and now this podcast. And so all we ask our listeners is to support the people that support us back when I used to work when I actually had a job for a living. I was the vice president general manager of a major market radio station. And I can't tell you how frustrating the hiring process was because the unqualified people that would walk through my doors applying for a job that I had to interview. It was absolutely amazing. And I wish I had Zip Recruiter or at least knew about Zip Recruiter back them because ZipRecruiter.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And it just never felt to me. Like February got on track. Started slow, and and and didn't get a lot of momentum in spite of the fact that in Texas it was the beginning of truck month. Then now it's truck month for Ford Chevy and ram the other manufacturers Toyota and GMC as well as Nissan, they up their incentives. It's springtime it's the last month of the first quarter of twenty nineteen and the manufacturers. No, they're going to have to turn it up. And what does that mean for you bigger incentives saving money? So if that simple, if you're gonna make a move, let's talk one more time eight hundred nine to six seventy seven seventy seven we kick off this hour with Jay in Houston, Texas, J, welcome. Thank you. Thank you. Looking for at the maximum two thousand sixteen in comparing to Avalon. Okay. And wow, it's going to be used also. Yes. And I and I and I drive a lot for probably twenty thousand miles a year. Okay. Something that is reliable etcetera. You're smart about used let somebody else take the first big couple of years. Depreciation. Our depending on the miles. You find our you the probably look at a certified one that will give you warranties Wardi up to one hundred thousand miles, and I will tell you for the long haul. They have LAN is going to go a lot further with fewer problems than the maximum is personally find. The maximum to be a more fun car to drive than Avalon. There's nothing sexy about an Avalon, but they just go and go and go do basic. I think that's going to be a much better choice for you. Yeah. That's kind of what I thought too. Because I drove the match my last night. And that is like a like, a blockage Avalon is a lot more laid back. But you know, but but can still really hard. I like the room. I was just wondering I like the rain on the Avalon to it's got a huge backseat and a really nice trunk. So with it. Fred has Toyota worlds my dealer. They stock a lot of these if you will in their open on Sunday, not Saturday. So it'll be tomorrow before you go. But if it were me I'd check in there with Nate Murphy's, the vice president general manager and a good friend of mine and see what he's got he'll have something especially because you're looking at a twenty sixteen Toyota does so much leasing that they'll be a nice fresh stock of off lease avalon's on his.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on KTRH

"It just there's never felt to me like February got on track. Started slow, and and and didn't get a lot of momentum in spite of the fact that in Texas. It was the beginning of truck month. And now it's truck month for Ford Chevy and ram the other manufacturers Toyota and GMC as well as Nissan up their incentives. It's springtime it's the last month of the first quarter of two thousand nineteen and the manufacturers. No, they're going to have to turn it up. And what does that mean for you bigger incentives saving money? So it's that simple. If you're gonna make a move. Let's talk one more time eight hundred nine two six seventy seven seventy seven. We kick off this hour with Jay in Houston, Texas, J, welcome. Thank you. Thank you. Looking for at the maximum two thousand sixteen in comparing to Avalon. Okay. And wow, it's going to be used also. Yes. And I and I and I drive a lot probably twenty thousand miles a year. Okay. Well, I need something that is reliable et cetera. You're smarts about used let somebody else take the first big couple of years depreciation. I would depending on the miles. You find our probably look at a certified one that will give you warranties Wardi up two hundred thousand miles, and I will tell you for the long haul. They have LAN is going to go a lot further fewer problems than the maximum s. I personally find. Find the maximum to be a more fun car to drive than Avalon. There's nothing sexy about an Avalon, but they just go and go and go do basic. I think that's going to be a much better choice for you. Yeah. That's kind of what I thought too. Because I drove the smacks last night and that is like a like a rocket ship. Avalon is a lot more laid back. But you know, but by still poll, really hard. I like the room just wondering I like the rain on the Avalon to it's got a huge backseat and really nice trunk. So. Fred has Toyota worlds. My dealer stock a lot of these if you will in their open on Sunday, not Saturday. So it'll be tomorrow before you go. But if it were me checking in with Nate Murphy's, the vice president general manager and a good friend of mine and see what he's got he'll have something especially because you're looking at a twenty sixteen Toyota does so much leasing that they'll be a nice fresh stock of off lease avalon's on his lot..

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"It just never felt to me. Like, February got on track started slow, and and didn't get a lot of momentum in spite of the fact that in Texas. It was the beginning of truck month. And now it's truck month for Ford Chevy and ram the other manufacturers Toyota and GMC as well as Nissan, they up their incentives. It's springtime it's the last month of the first quarter of twenty nineteen and the manufacturers. No, they're going to have to turn it up. And what does that mean for you bigger incentives saving money? So it's that simple. If you're gonna make a move. Let's talk one more time eight hundred nine two six seventy seven seventy seven. We kick off this hour with Jay in Houston, Texas, J, welcome. Thank you. Thank you looking for at the maximum two thousand sixteen in comparing to Avalon. Okay. And wow, it's going to be used also. Yes. And I and I and I drive a lot probably twenty thousand miles a year. Okay. Something that is reliable et cetera. Your smarts tobacco used let somebody else take the first big couple of years depreciation. I would depending on the miles. You find our you probably look at a certified one that will give you warranties Wardi up to one hundred thousand miles, and I will tell you for the long haul. They have line is going to go a lot further fewer problems than the maximum is I personally find. The maximum to be a more fun car to drive than Avalon. There's nothing sexy about an Avalon, but they just go and go and go do basic. I think that's going to be a much better choice for you. Yeah. That's kind of what I thought too because I drove the maximum last night. And that is like a like a blockage. Avalon is a lot more laid back. But you know, but but can still poll really hard. I was just wondering I like the room in the Avalon to it's got a huge backseat and really nice trunk. So. Fred has Toyota worlds my dealer. They stock a lot of these if you will in their open on Sunday, not Saturday. So it'll be tomorrow before you go. But if it were me checking their with Nate Murphy's, the vice president general manager and a good friend of mine and see what he's got he'll have something especially because you're looking at a twenty sixteen Toyota does so much leasing that they'll be a nice fresh stock of off lease avalon's on his.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Question is I have a twenty six chain Camry L E, and I'm interested in Gan SUV arrive, or what would you suggest real Rams awful? Good SUV. Now, the twenty nineteen is all new, and it is really special. Helen, I just can't get over what to change that Toyota made to the rat for of course, the eighteen was always good as she be. But it just didn't have some of the newest safety technology, and and electron IX twenty nineteen has got I think that's a good suggestion know, the same chassis if you wanted to go with a luxury vehicle, they Lexus in X is very very nice, and and sell it. Well, but it's going to be about say equipped the same. It's gonna be fab. Six thousand dollars more money. So if you're trying to stay within the budget, then I'd go with the new rap four if you wanna really step up take a look at the Lexus inex-. Oh, okay. What's the price of the new train nineteen right? Well, the the one that I saw was extremely loaded and it was right around thirty thousand dollars. But you could probably get one for you know, if you don't go with leather and the panoramic sunroof, and you probably look at twenty five maybe twenty six. Okay. Okay. And it has all the features were drift and bagging. Does it signal? It's your banking. It will be at you. No. And I it may have automatic reverse stopping which is becoming popular on these days where if you're backing up even with the beep going off fear back to hit something it'll stop the car for you. Which is nice. But you know, you. You want for sure it's besides the safety stuff. You wanna power lift gate because lift gates tailgates on SUV's tend to be heavy and when you've got to reach above your head and pull it down to close it. Sometimes, you know, as we age it gets harder and harder to do. So you can do it with the power button now, and I would recommend that. And the other thing I recommend is blind spot monitoring how many miles a year. Do you drive? Pella. Well, I've had this this actually I mean, my candidature says twenty I've got seven thousand I drive a lot you do. Yeah. You do. I was gonna suggest looking at least. But sounds like you probably drive too much for that. I've got Fred has Toyota world that is fantastic to my listeners. Nate Murphy is the vice president general manager, if you decide you want to take a look at that Lexus talked to LIZA Postel Alexa, clearlake Lazarus GM there. And she is absolutely adorable. I love her. So either one of those places would take really good care of you and good luck to you. And.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Here. My question is I have a twenty sixteen Camry L E, and I'm interested in Dan SUV arrive, or what would you suggest real brands awful good SUV? Now, the twenty nineteen is all new, and it is really special. Helen, I just can't get over what a change that Toyota made to the wrath for of course, the eighteen was always good SUV. But it just didn't have some of the newest safety technology, and and electron IX that this twenty nineteen has got I think that's a good suggestion the same chassis. Yeah. If you wanted to go with a luxury vehicle, they Lexus in X is very very nice, and and sell it. Well, but it's going to be about say equipped the same. It's going to be five to six thousand. Dollars more money. So you know, if you're trying to stay within the budget, then I'd go with the new route four if you wanna really step up take a look at the Lexus in X. Okay. What's the price of the new twenty nineteen? Right. Well, the the one that I saw was extremely loaded and it was right around thirty thousand dollars. But you could probably get one for you know, if you don't go with leather and the panoramic sunroof, and all that you probably look at twenty five maybe twenty six. Okay. Okay. And it has all the features were if you dress. Does it give me a signal? It's your backing up. Visit will be you. No. And I it may have automatic reverse stopping which is becoming popular on issues these days where if you're backing up even with the beep going off, you're about to hit something it'll stop the car for you. Which is nice. But you know, you. Things you want for sure it's besides the safety stuff. You wanna power lift gate because lift gates tailgates on SUV's tend to be heavy and when you've got to reach above your head and pull it down to close it. Sometimes, you know, as we age it gets harder and harder to do. So you can do it with the power button now, and I would recommend that. And the other thing I recommend is blind spot monitoring how many miles a year. Do you drive? Well, I've had this this issue. I mean, my Cambridge for twenty. I've got fifty seven thousand I drive a lot. Now you do. Yeah. You do. I was gonna suggest looking at least. But sounds like you probably drive too much for that. I've got Fred has Toyota world that is fantastic to my listeners. Nate Murphy is the vice president general manager, if you decide you wanna take a look at that Lexus talked to LIZA Postel Lexus Eclair like Lazarus GM there, and she is absolutely adorable. I love her. So either one of those places would take really good care of you and good luck to you. Thanks for.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"It. Popular vehicle. Something to you know, to to kill off one of their what at one time was the number one selling issue being America for years. Yeah. Know, and then we had the Firestone explorer deal, which I wrote about by the way if you have. My true story series. I had forty stories that I wrote about my days in the car business, and one of them was about the explorer Firestone thing, which had a very surprised Indy. Yes. Very yes. A lot of good stories there. And if you're not a newsletter subscriber yet subscribed today will get it to you today. You get to see my review of the Lincoln Nautilus that are just really enjoyed spending a week with over the holidays. You can see all the sales numbers that we've put together in the past week. And I had a hilarious video that you've just gotta see. Yes. My video be Kevin's. Of course, it did Allen and France would welcome to the car pro show. Hello. Are you there? My question is I have a twenty six. Camry L E and I'm interested in SUV arrive, or what would you suggest real ransall for good SUV? Now, the twenty nineteen is all new, and it is really special. Helen, I just can't get over what to change that Toyota made to the wrath. Of course, the eighteen was always good SUV. But it just didn't have some of the newest safety technology, and and electron IX that destroy nineteen has got I think that's a good suggestion the same chassis. Yeah. If you wanted to go with a luxury vehicle, they Lexus in X is very very nice, and and sell it. Well, but it's going to be about say equipped the same. It's going to be five to six thousand dollars more money. So you know, if you're trying to stay within the budget. Then I'd go with the new route four if you wanna really step up take a look at the Lexus in X. Okay. The new train nineteen wrap. Well, the the one that I saw was extremely loaded and it was right around thirty thousand dollars. But you could probably get one for you know, if you don't go with leather and the and the panoramic sunroof and all that you probably looking at twenty five maybe twenty six. Okay. Okay. And it has all the features were if you drift. A signal at your banking. It will it will be bitchy. No. And I it may have automatic reverse stopping which is becoming popular on issue. These days where if you're backing up even with the beep going off fear about to hit something it'll stop the car for you. Which is nice. But at the things you want for sure is besides the safety stuff. You wanna power lift gate because lift gates tailgates on SUV's tend to be heavy and when you've got to reach above your head and pull it down to close it. That sometimes, you know, as we age it gets harder and harder to do. So you can do it with power button now, and I would recommend that. And the other thing I recommend is blind spot monitoring how many miles a year. Do you drive? Ellen. Well, I've had this this. I mean, my candidature fetch twenty I've got fifty seven thousand I I drive a lot. Yeah. You do. Yeah. You do. I was gonna suggest looking at least. But sounds like you probably drive too much for that. I've got Fred has Toyota world that is fantastic to my listeners. Nate Murphy is the vice president general manager, if you decide you wanna take a look at that Lexus talked to LIZA pastel, Alexa, clearlake Lazarus the GM there. And she is absolutely adorable. I love her. So either one of those places would take really good care of you. Helen and good luck to you. And.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"But what you really want to see on our Facebook page this weekend. Pictures of the twenty twenty Ford Explorer, which will come out this summer, I suppose. Yeah. I think so sometimes summer all news all new as Jerry says from the roof to the road. Yeah. Total redesign and bumper to bumper bumper to bumper. Yeah. Different chassis, different different chassis. So it's pretty and they needed to change it. I mean, it's it has really been the same since two thousand twelve I was surprised to read them one of the stories. I saw about it that in the twenty eight two thousand and eight two thousand nine recession financial crisis. And all that that Ford almost killed off the explore. Yeah. I don't think that. And I was around at the time. I I don't think that was actually ever gonna happen. I really don't. I mean it. Popular vehicles. Something to you know, to kill off one of their what at one time was the number one selling issue being America for years. Yeah. And then we had the Firestone explorer deal, which I wrote about by the way, if you have you ever looked at our my true story series. I had forty stories that I wrote about my days in the car business, and one of them was about the explorer Firestone thing, which had a very surprised Indy. Yes. Very yes. A lot of good stories there. And if you're not a newsletter subscriber yet subscribed today, we'll get it to you today. You get to see my review of the Lincoln Nautilus that are just really enjoyed spending a week with over the holidays. You can see all the sales numbers that we've put together in the past week. And I had a hilarious video that you've just got to see my video be Kevin's. Of course, it did. Helen in France would welcome to the car pro show. Hello. Are you there? Yes, I'm here. My question is I have a twenty six chain Camry L E, and I'm interested in Dan SUV arrive, or what would you suggest real ransall for good SUV? Now, the twenty nineteen is all new, and it is really special. Helen, I just can't get over what a change that Toyota made to the wrath. Of course, the eighteen was always a good SUV. But it just didn't have some of the newest safety technology, and and electron that this twenty nineteen has got I think that's a good suggestion the same chassis. Yeah. If you wanted to go with a luxury vehicle, they Lexus in X is very very nice, and and sell it. Well, but it's going to be about say equipped the same. It's going to be five six thousand. Dollars more money. So if you're trying to stay within the budget, then I'd go with the new rap four if you wanna really step up take a look at the Lexus inex-. Oh, okay. What's the price of the new twenty nineteen? Right. Well, the the one that I saw was extremely loaded and it was right around thirty thousand dollars. But you could probably get one for you know, if you don't go with leather and the panoramic sunroof, and all that you probably look at twenty five maybe twenty six. Okay. Okay. And it has all the features were if you drift it'll biking. Shake. No, it's your banking up something visit will be bit. You. No. And I it may have automatic reverse stopping which is becoming popular on SUV's these days where if you're backing up even with the beep going off fear about to hit something it'll stop the car for you. Which is nice. But you know, you. Things you want for sure it's besides the safety stuff. You wanna power lift gate because lift gates tailgates on SUV's tend to be heavy and when you've got to reach above your head and pull it down to close it. Sometimes, you know, as we age it gets harder and harder to do. So you can do it with the power button now, and I would recommend that. And the other thing I recommend is blind spot monitoring how many miles a year. Do you drive? Ellen. Well, I've had this this issue. I mean, my Cambridge for twenty. I've got two seven thousand I drive a lot. Yeah. You do. Yeah. You do. I was gonna suggest looking at least. But sounds like you probably drive too much for that. I've got Fred has Toyota world that is fantastic to my listeners. Nate Murphy is the vice president general manager, if you decide you wanna take a look at that Lexus talked to LIZA pastel Lexus to clearlake Lazarus the GM there, and she is absolutely adorable. I love her. So either one of those places would take really good care of you and good luck to you. And thanks for calling. There's a reason you don't see it tuna tuna friendly dolphin. And there's a.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on KTRH

"Question is I have a twenty sixteen Camry L E and I'm interested in SUV arrive, or what would you suggest rants awful? Good SUV. Now, the twenty nineteen is all new, and it is really special. Helen, I just can't get over what a change that Toyota made to the wrath. Of course, the eighteen was always good SUV. But it just didn't have some of the newest safety technology, and and electron IX that this twenty nineteen has got I think that's a good suggestion the same chassis. Yeah. If you wanted to go with the luxury vehicle, they Lexus in X is very very nice, and and sell it. Well, but it's going to be about say equipped the same. It's going to be five to six thousand. Dollars more money. So you know, if you're trying to stay within the budget, then I'd go with the new route four if you wanna really step up. Take a look at the Lexus inex-. Okay. What's the price of the new twenty nineteen? Right. Well, the the one that I saw was extremely loaded and it was right around thirty thousand dollars. But you could probably get one for you know, if you don't go with leather and the and the panoramic sunroof, and all that you probably look at twenty five maybe twenty six. Okay. Okay. And it has all the features were if you drift it'll. That. Does it does it give me a signal? It's your banking app. Is it will it will be that you will immediately know, and I it may have automatic reverse stopping which is becoming popular on issue. These days where if you're backing up even with the beep going off fear about the hit something it'll stop the car for you. Which is nice. But at the things you want for sure it's besides the safety stuff. You wanna power lift gate because lift gates tailgates on SUV's tend to be heavy, and when you've got to reach above your head and pull it down to close it that sometimes, you know, as we age it gets harder and harder to do. So you can do it with the power button now, and I would recommend that. And the other thing I recommend is blind spot monitoring how many miles a year. Do you drive? Well, I've had this this. I mean, my Cambridge for twenty. I've got two seven thousand I drive a lot. Yeah. You do. Yeah. You do. I was gonna suggest looking at least. But sounds like you probably drive too much for that. I've got Fred has Toyota world that is fantastic to my listeners. Nate Murphy is the vice president general manager, if you decide you wanna take a look at that Lexus. Talked Elisa pastel, Lexus clearlake Lazarus the GM there, and she is absolutely adorable. I love her. So either one of those places would take really good care of you health and good luck to you..

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Our Facebook page, and yes, we do have one this weekend. But what you really want to see on our Facebook page this weekend. Pictures of the twenty twenty Ford Explorer, which will come out this summer, I suppose. Yeah. Think so sometime this summer all news, not center all new as Jerry says from the roof to the road and bumper to bumper to bumper to bumper. Yeah. Different chassis, different different chassis. So it's pretty. They needed to change it. I mean, it's it has really been the same since two thousand twelve I was surprised to read them one of the stories. I saw about it that in the twenty eight to two thousand eight two thousand nine recession financial crisis and all that it Ford almost killed off here. Explore. Yeah. I don't think that. And I was around at the time. I don't think that was actually ever gonna happen. I really don't. I mean it. Popular vehicle. Something to you know, to to kill off one of their what at one time was the number one selling issue being America for years. Yeah. And then we had the Firestone explorer deal, which I wrote about by the way if you have. My true story series. I had forty stories that I wrote about my days in the car business, and one of them was about the explorer Firestone thing, which had a very surprised Indy. Yes vary. Yes. A lot of good stories there. And if you're not a newsletter subscriber yet subscribed today will get it to you today. You get to see my review of the Lincoln Nautilus that just really enjoyed spending a week with over the holidays. You can see all the sales numbers that we've put together in the past week. And I had a hilarious video that you just gotta see. Yes. My video be Kevin's. Of course, it did heroin and France would walk up to the car pro show. Are you there? My question is I have a twenty six chain Camry L E, and I'm interested in Gan SUV arrive, or what would you suggest ramps? Awful good SUV. Now, the twenty nineteen is all new, and it is really special. Helen, I just can't get over what to change that Toyota made to the wrath. Of course, the eighteen was always good SUV. But it just didn't have some of the newest safety technology and an electron IX that this twenty nineteen has got I think that's a good suggestion on the same chassis. Yeah. If you wanted to go with a luxury vehicle, they Lexus in X is very very nice, and and sell it. Well, but it's going to be about MSA equipped the same. It's going to be five six thousand. Dollars more money. So you know, if you're trying to stay within a budget. Then I'd go with the new route four if you wanna really step up. Take a look at the Lexus in X. Okay. I so the new twenty nineteen right? Well, the the one that I saw was extremely loaded and it was right around thirty thousand dollars. But you could probably get one for you know, if you don't go with leather and the and the panoramic sunroof, and all that you probably look at twenty five maybe twenty six. Okay. Okay. And it has all the features were drift. It'll. That does it. Gimme a signal. It's your banking up. Something. Visit will be bit. You. No. And I it may have automatic reverse stopping which is becoming popular on SUV's these days where if you're backing up even with the beep going off fear about to hit something it'll stop the car for you. Which is nice. But you know, you want for sure is besides the safety stuff. You wanna power lift gate because lift gates tailgates on SUV's tend to be heavy and when you've got to reach above your head and pull it down the closet. Sometimes, you know, as we age it gets harder and harder to do. So you can do it with the power button now, and I would recommend that. And the other thing I recommend is blind spot monitoring how many miles a year. Do you drive? Ellen. Well, had this. She I mean, my camera. Twenty seven thousand I drive a lot. Yeah. You do. Yeah. You do. I was gonna suggest looking at least. But sounds like probably drive too much for that. I've got Fred has Toyota world that is fantastic to my listeners. Nate Murphy is the vice president general manager, if you decide you want to take a look at that Lexus. Talked Elisa pastel, Alexa, clearlake lasts the GM there. And she is absolutely adorable. I love her. So either one of those places would take really good care of you and good luck to you. Thanks for calling..

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"So it's just the difference in incentives, and those are the things that consumers don't see when they're shopping because it's not like we got five thousand dollars in rebates on the F. One fifty x t right now. They don't advertise the lease incentives. They just advertise that low payment. I have a two thousand four four to six liter diesel, and I've got three hundred and fifty thousand miles on it never had an issue with that. I guess there's other people that have had problems with it. I am. I just a lucky gather. Yes, you are instead of Friday or Monday, heck, you so that was just a horrible engine. And how you've done that. I got no explanation for it. Because had nothing replaced air conditioner alternator and things like that and heroes line on the back of the firewall that engine for me. I drive to Yellowstone at least twice well at least once a year sometimes twice a year through the mountains and cool traders up there never had an issue with this thing. Now, there's nothing. I'm telling its original agent three hundred sixty thousand miles away. I keep it because I got six people my family. Everybody got two big dogs, and we drive up to Idaho. At least once a year house goodness air before many times. I was in the Ford business when I came out, and it was worse because it was the predecessor the seven point three power stroke is one of the best engines ever built period, and then the six later came out, and I can't tell I can't I couldn't count. How many customers I lost over the six leader? In fact, if you I don't know if you get a newsletter or not, but in our true story, I was writing true stories that happened to me in the car business and one of the ones I wrote about was about the six Lear it was titled limits, and there was a guy and I didn't sell the truck, but he was driving around. Oliver doubts Fort Worth with huge yellow lemons painted all over the truck and one of the magazines pick that up it got the pitcher what I got in touch with the guy and go, look, I didn't I didn't tell you this. Not really my business. But if you want to help, you get out of this truck, I'll call forward that was the Ford dealer council chairman at the time, and I'll see if they'll kick some money in to get you out of the truck, and man, he loved it. I had a friend for life. He comes over. It gets an another six Lear twelve thousand miles later. He tries it for ram because of the same issues. There's a horrible story. My heart was in the right place. But I didn't do any good. It up. You have been let me say this. You are living, right? If most people don't make sixty thousand miles with a six liter without major problems Stevenson Iran hall song, but it was enjoyable to talk to you. I hope I helped you if you want to look at that Highlander go to Fred has Toyota world and talk tonight. Murphy the vice president general manager they are open on Sunday closed on Saturday. So guessing tomorrow and second test drive in that holiday. You'll love.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"So it's just the difference in incentives, and those are the things that consumers don't see when they're shopping because it's not like we got five thousand dollars in rebates on the F one fifty x LT right now. They don't advertise the lease incentives. They just advertise that low payment. On the. I have a two thousand four Ford Explorer you on the six liter diesel, and I've got three hundred sixty five thousand miles on it never had an issue with that. With that engine. I guess there's other people that have had problems with it. I am. I just a lucky guy that yes, you are instead of Friday or Monday, heck, you so that was just a horrible engine. And how you've done that. I got no explanation for it. Because I had nothing replaced air conditioner alternator and things like that and heroes line on the back of the firewall that engine for me. I drive to Yellowstone at least twice at least once a year. Sometimes twice a year through the mountains and trailers up there. I've never had an issue with this thing now adjusters nothing. No, I'm telling its original issue three hundred sixty thousand miles away. I keep it because you know, I got six people my family. Everybody's begging. We've got two big dogs in we grab up to Idaho. At least once a year is to goodness there before many times that was in the fourth business when I came out, and it was worse because it was the predecessor the seven point three power stroke is one of the best engines ever built period and the six later came out, and I can't tell I can't I couldn't count. How many customers I lost over the six leader? In fact, if you I don't know if you get our newsletter or not, but in our true story, I was writing true stories that happened to me in the car business and one of the ones I wrote about was about the six Lear it was titled lemons, and there was a guy and I didn't sell the truck, but he was driving around all over Dallas Fort Worth with huge yellow lemons painted. All over the truck and one of the magazines picked that up and got the pitcher what I get in touch with the guy. Go look, I didn't I didn't tell you this truck. It's not really my business. But if you want me to help you get out of this truck, I'll call forward that was the Ford dealer council chairman that's time. I'll see if they'll kick some money in to get you out of this truck, and man, he loved it. I had a friend for life. He comes over. He gets an another six Lear twelve thousand miles later betrays it for ram because of the same issues. There's a horrible story mean, my heart was in the right place. But I didn't do any good. It up. You have been let me say this. You are living, right? If most people don't make sixty thousand miles with a six liter without major problems Stevenson Iran house along but it was enjoyable to talk to you. I hope I helped you if you want to look at that Highlander, go to Fred, hats, Toyota world, and talk tonight. Murphy the vice president general manager they are open on Sunday closed on Saturday so go same tomorrow. And thank you test.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on KTRH

"So it's just the difference in incentives, and those are the things that consumers don't see when they're shopping because it's not like we got five thousand dollars in rebates on the F one fifty x LT right now. They don't advertise the lease incentives. They just advertise that low payment. On. I have a two thousand four four to six liter diesel, and I've got three hundred sixty five thousand miles on it never had an issue with that. With that engine. I guess there's other people that have had problems with it. Am I just a lucky gather? Yes, you are instead of Friday or Monday heck is so that was just a horrible engine. And how you've done that. I got no explanation for it. Because I've had nothing rob replaced air conditioner alternator and things like that. And here hose line on the back of the firewall that engine for me. I drive to Yellowstone at least twice at least once a year. Sometimes twice a year through the mountains and cool trailers up there. I've never had an issue with this thing now adjusters nothing. No, I'm telling its original issue three hundred sixty five thousand miles away. I keep it because you know, I got six people my family, everybody begging. We got two big dogs, and we drive up the Idaho. At least once a year, honest to goodness not sit down there before many times. I was in the Ford business when I came out, and it was worse because it was the predecessor the seven point three power stroke is one of the best engines ever built period, and then the six later came out, and I can't tell I can't I couldn't count. How many customers I lost over the six leader? In fact, if you I don't know if you get our newsletter, not, but in our true story, I was writing true stories that happened to me in the car business and one of the ones I wrote about was about the six Lear it was titled limits, and there was a guy and I didn't sell the truck, but he was driving around all over Dallas Fort Worth with huge yellow lemons painted. All over the truck and one of the magazines picked that up and got the pitcher what I get in touch with guy. Go look, I didn't I didn't tell you this truck. It's not really my business. But if you want me to help you get out of this truck alcohol forward that was the Ford dealer council chairman at the time. I'll see if they'll kick some money in to get you out of this truck, and man, he loved it. I had a friend for life. He comes over gets an another six Lear twelve thousand miles later. He tries it for ram because of the same issues. There's a horrible story. I mean, my heart was in the right place. But I didn't do any good. It up. You have been let me say this. You are living, right? If most people don't make sixty thousand miles with a six liter without major problems Stevenson sorry. You're on hold so long, but it was joyful to talk to you. I hope I helped you if you want to look at that Highlander, go to Fred, hats, Toyota world, and talk tonight. Murphy the vice president general manager they are open on Sunday closed on Saturday so go same tomorrow and test drive in that holiday..

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David Stern -- Dell Demps of New Orleans Pelicans a 'lousy general manager'

01:05 min | 2 years ago

David Stern -- Dell Demps of New Orleans Pelicans a 'lousy general manager'

"Game. David Stern recently did an interview with Sports Illustrated. Who was it? Christopher Christopher sort as he was Sports Illustrated. Now, I don't know everybody is okay, just said with Sports Illustrated, and they'll Dem's who I believe is still with the Norlin. Pelicans says in the story has been this two thousand ten has been the president general manager for the the pelicans actually I played with Dell. Dell was I think what to Pacific, and he was on a when I was playing the warriors. He was one of the camp guys they came in. I mean, obviously trying to make the team didn't super nice guy. Really nice guy always liked del. Anyway, they were talking about the nixing of the trade because Laker fans were pumped area. Get Chris Paul they Nixon trade than they traded him to the clippers for probably. I mean, it's probably a better deal. They're going to get Kevin Martin Luis Scola from the Lakers and then for the clippers. They got Gordon Alfred amino

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

"Stitcher or ever. You listen to podcasts, you don't miss out called in-progress look for that and let us know what you think. What does success mean to you success? So this is the question that's like everybody's, you know, hardest alien dollar question. I don't write. Well. I used to think it was making a lot of money, and then I actually started making a lot of money and I realized that the more money you make the more money you spend. Yeah, it's not an so it's like you eat like slightly better food. Exactly. And so you know, for all that you put into it, it's not worth it. And so what I've I guess now I can Sam forty seven years old, and I'm at a good point in my career where you know, I feel like I've, I've reached success because not because I make a lot of money actually make less money than I made back then. But I work for the New York Times and it's very mission driven brand, and I really liked the people I work with. I feel like I spend success to me is spending the ten or eleven hours a day that I'm doing this with people that I can still learn from people that keep me engaged. If my brand in the New York Times is mission is to help people. Understand the world, and I'm helping brands on the business side of that, you know, really may matter more in the world. That's a pretty compelling interesting thing for me to be spending my work hours doing and and so I feel value in that, but success is being around people. I like p p being around people that I can learn from having good enough balance that I'm there for my kids. I'm there for them so much more. I do travel less. I've had to make some decisions to step back a little bit in order to do that. But I realized that it's not just ascending ascending ascending, it's finding your place. And I feel like I've found my place. Please currently serving the senior vice president general manager of media for the New York Times. She talked about what her job entails. I work on the business side, so I have nothing to do with the really sexy part of the job, which is, you know, the hard investigative reporting that are journalists are doing that's holding truth to power, but I get to enable them. So I'm about revenue for the company. We have the second largest newsroom. I think it's the second largest newsroom in the world behind the BBC over fourteen hundred journalists, and they are out there every day fighting the good fight and for truth and freedom of the press and feel like that's never been more important than right now. So I really run the sales planning and operations for the business side for advertising, how does advertising and you're all interact with the subscription piece of the New York Times? Yeah, that's a good question because it's all still evolving, but I spent a couple years in Silicon Valley and I learned that you really have to think about your end user. You really have to think about who your customer is and the subscription business at the New York Times of the lab. Ten years.

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"vice president general manager" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"vice president general manager" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The you have to do if your car mechanic and a customer brings in his car with a leak he's supposed to see the league and fix it he can't sit i don't know how to fix it if you're in the retail business and you're taking care of sean working behind the register someone brings up an item to the registered doesn't have a price tag on it is supposed to know what to do either tell him to bring back another one are you go get another one of the same item injuring it up in this instance you kids say i don't know aren't you supposed to know what you're supposed to know you're in the fashion business okay you're in a meeting you're planning fashion obree fashion into the subject now in charge of the paint division in the vice president general manager looks you'd says what's the best silly color we have in our pants and you say i don't know i dunno is just become the three worst words you could ever use in your business it's scary i don't know means you don't know that's not good he was supposed to know which was supposed to know this is a concept that like you to consider idle no you get to know you get paid to know details of you direct responsibilities those words i don't know should be eliminated from your business vocabulary i'll tell you what he's a thought for ya what if you don't know in a meeting act is if then you will be i heard this from keren murray who i interviewed for our show she's the ceo of sequential brands and she was in talking and i really liked that quote act is if then you will be basically makebelieve you know what you're doing i've applied the to my career in many times the nets the answer to the question i apply that to my entire life.

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