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"vice president operations" Discussed on WRVA
"For delivery or pick up the move to phase one allows restaurants to do outdoor service at fifty percent capacity Jennifer Robinson is a partner at latitude seafood restaurant in Westchester Commons in Chesterfield and she says the new rules for the re opening in complying with those has not been cheaper there's an added expense of having everything be disposable verse is you know you think that the plates and cups and so forth that you already have but but you know it it it to keep everybody safe and for everybody to feel comfortable to come out and everybody to feel like they can have confidence and faith that we're doing what we need to do to keep all of our employees safe and to keep all of them save Jamie ashen Berg vice president operations at Marty's in west broad village in short time spans they just opened before the pandemic kids in the old wine loft location he was asked if they can work with the limitations while they have tight margins already I think the name of the game most restaurants this year has just been to try to stay in business if we can do that and I think you're doing a good job governor Northam explains why allowed Richmond to remain close to all surrounding counties are open when it earlier north him says he favored a regional approach to this more from W. R. D. A.'s Mant M. line governor them's reversal I'm regionalism came down to basically just a few words this is a fluid situation it changes literally by the hour the governor also says there may be changes as to whether people can use the beach for more than just exercise and fishing and expects to say more on that next week amid all of this the northern administration also said that the Commonwealth still remains on track to be a billion short at the end of the fiscal year that damn lying news radio W. R. VS heated debate about the heroes active three trillion dollar stimulus relief bill on the house floor this afternoon Georgia Republican Jody hice opposing the legislation also services that need to pass out they need reform it needs reform and we have twelve consecutive years of losing money in the postal service Colorado Democrat Jason crow among members of Congress saying American families dealing with the economic fallout from the corona virus pandemic need more help from the federal government my colleagues on the other side of the aisle are right about one thing this is our vision for America and America where people can pay their rent and mortgage and buy food for their children where businesses will re open and create jobs at the White House a continued push to get children back to school soon A. B. C.'s handy field with the latest in a rose garden event the president asked whether he's concerned about sending children back to school too soon who might then bring the virus home to adults I'm concerned about everything and I'm also concerned about our country our country has to get back relations top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci of this week told Congress about the risk of re opening schools without adequate tests and protection Andy field ABC news Washington Republicans who control the Michigan legislature urging a judge to strike down stay home owners and other restrictions related to the corona virus they say Democrat governor Gretchen Whitmer has trampled their authority in determining statewide emergencies the clash in Michigan is the latest involving democratic governors who shut down businesses in order people to stay home in response to cope at nineteen check your money the Dow closed up today sixty points to twenty three thousand six eighty five S. and P. closed up eleven at twenty eight sixty four and the nasdaq up seventy one of ninety fifteen your next news at six thirty news on demanded news radio WRVA dot com I'm Jeff stable tend I'm Richmond news weather and traffic station newsradio W. R. B. as the twenty first century has found a media getting social so much of our lives are online yet with millions of choices bent down you only need.
"vice president operations" Discussed on WRVA
"News radio WRVA weather center sunny and eighty six downtown news radio WRVA time four thirty one of the restaurants it's going to be open today is partisan in short pump in Henry goes west and Jamie ashen Berg vice president operations at that restaurant says getting ready for the opening today has been a bit crazy a wild ride for everybody interestingly I I can say that every member of our team is super excited to re open I think everybody on our team is so incredibly service oriented that that they're just starting to get back and be able to provide it a great guest experience there in the old wine loft location your whole foods in west broad village Jennifer Robinson one of the partner owners of latitude in Chesterfield county located in Westchester Commons says they're excited open again she was asked what kind of crowd they're expecting today we're anticipating a fairly large crowd it you know obviously were limited in what we can do in terms of you know I mean we we we only have so many tables and so much space to do it were anticipating we've got lots and lots of phone calls of people that are planning I'm coming and you know making sure that they get bad first and once again a restaurants in Chesterfield Henrico and Hanover prepping that outdoor seating today as much of central Virginia has entered phase one but not in the city Richmond where mayor levar Stoney says the health metrics just didn't justify that he's convinced he convinced rather the governor for delay come up fifty percent of capacity for churches to operate this coming Sunday I mean did you have a church with two thousand people you can have a thousand people within those doors the what on those walls that doesn't only job would be right now mayor levar Stoney speaking to Richmond morning news and John reed Richmond got the delay despite the governor originally saying he favored a regional approach with Memorial Day coming in a little over a week give the governor says beaches are on his mind man deadline reports seven or them also indicating a shift may be coming on the closure of the Commonwealth speeches I'm prepared to make an announcement probably on on Monday regarding our our beaches are around the Commonwealth of Virginia and in anticipation to your question of Memorial Day weekend northern says in regards to return being allowed to go alone and staying close that things change in plans adjust the governor also says he'd be willing to discuss some some counties with very small numbers of coronavirus cases want to move through the re opening process faster net damn why news radio W. R. VS resident trump unveiled operation warp speed today to quickly develop and manufacture of coronavirus vaccine and get it to the public in the rose garden the president announcing former Glaxo Smith Kline vaccine division chief Monsef slow is going to have that up operation wards Freeads objectives are very clear that the president has described them and I believe they are very credible I also believe they are extremely challenging slowly saying he's confident.
AAIS OpenIDL update and developing a network data strategy
"Joann thank you for joining us today. I can't believe it's been eighteen months since our last podcast for our listeners. Who Haven't heard our first podcast. Could you please give them a creaky deduction on yourself? Well thank you. Well lead happy to be here again. A lot has happened in the last eighteen months. And it's great to have a chance to catch up with you I have a background technology as a CIO. Even though I'm a operations senior vice president operations today and I've been with a s a national advisory Organization for the past eight years a serving in both capacities so with that We have completely restructured the way we serve as a national advisory organization and that led us to the creation of open idea and I am the executive sponsor of the open ideal brilliant. Thank you so much for that. So like in our lives podcast in September. Two thousand eighteen. Could you please explain to our listeners? What is blockchain? And how does it work but additionally this time I'm curious to know? How much has your opinion changed over the last eighteen months? Blockchain is a technology. It's a distributed ledger. Technology and that is a a starting point for lots of things that could be done with this technology. What makes what makes it different than other? Say Data Technologies is that it is a distributed ledger in which a copy of the ledger is available on. All of the nodes the participants in the network and that solves a key problem that is existed with other technologies that we have an immutable record with blockchain technology that we don't with other data technologies so it enables us to create systems networks based on that concept and it can be used for a wide variety of a solution such as transactional networks or in the case of the open ideal using it as an analytic platform so the technology itself provides a secure way to store data it provides transparency in how data is used and then it provides that immutable record that is so critical to trusting any activity that happens with with the data on the network. Then after that. There's lots of things that you can do. In terms of private data stores. How transactions happen and get stored on the network And how the results of those applications are delivered to the participants. So we're going to see lots of blockchain networks but they're all going to look very different accents. Thank you very much for that so for our listeners who Aaron familiar with the American Association of Insurance Services. As could you give a little introduction on it please? So in the United States the insurance industry is regulated at the state level and there is a mechanism to provide some consistency between all those state regulations. And that's a national advisor organization so our or our company is formed by regulation and we are licensed in all fifty states to do a couple of things. One is we serve as a bridge between the carriers and the regulators and the way they Exchange information or share data and through that exchange we also use some of that data to create products such as a homeowner's policy with a rating plan or an auto plan and with that we then bring consistency across all the states in the way those products are delivered to the market. And certainly the curious pick up our products and the ad a lot of value on top of that that that baseline is what we're doing for the industry and we've been doing it that way at for over eighty years and we know that it is not as efficient as it should be and it needs to be modernized because we have different needs for data today in our industry so while we've been doing this for eighty years a lot changing for us as well as as for the carriers themselves brilliant. Brennan so in August two thousand eighteen. You launched the open. Insurance data link known as open ideal. Could you please give us a recap on what is over ninety? L? And the problems. It's looking to address well. We didn't know that we are going to create the open ideal when we started on this journey. We actually started with the problems we needed to address. We knew that The way we were collecting data and sending the reports over to the regulators was fundamentally broken. There were a lot of pain points in all of the participants in that process. The old style statistical data plans had been used forever. Don't contain enough information for. As in advise you organization to do everything we need to do. The result of that is that the regulators also found the same thing that they stabbed plans. Don't have the graded answer the question. They're getting from their legislatures. So they started doing data calls many years ago where they go directly to the carriers now and they go around the adviser organizations to get the data they need that was causing a lot of pain points with the carriers they see increasing volumes of data leaving the security of their data centers being transferred to third parties and they don't have any insight into how that data's being used once it leaves they worried about security that data so through a number of design thinking sessions. We were able to identify those pain points. And then look at what the possible solutions might be and as we looked at the data technologies that are available today and were at the time we had a number of problems with those platforms in terms of data security when large files are being transferred from one entity to another the transparency. In how that data's being used in then of course As a regulated industry that audible record that immutable audible record about all of the activities that are occurring with that data. So that's what led us to the use of blockchain technology and we started with a prototype. That turned out very successful. It solve the problems of the curious and the regulators We went through one Pivot on our architecture. We changed the way we think. About what stored on chain and how we ensure the privacy of data in that resulted in the open ideal that we have today so that architecture has been completed. It's it's stable. And we're now building out the network for increased use We have some prototypes around regulatory reporting. it's not being used for all the regulatory reporting that's occurring today but the regulators in the carriers love it and so we're moving forward with it now. Okay so you've been running for for eighteen months and you mentioned on some of the prototypes that you've been running during this period of time. Could you share with us? Some of the data points that demonstrate the impact open ideal has head has added to the property and casualty industry in the US. Will the impact has been? I on how it's changed the relationship between the carriers and the regulators and how they think about using data for the benefits of the entire industry in the past. It was kind of a contentious. The relationship that lacked trust and so the first thing that the open idea brought in to the community was that sense of trust. Then we've been able to work on a number of reports that bring value to both the carriers and the regulators that was a key component of our design. If we're going to ask security is to provide data around for example a cause of loss To the regulator so they can make good policy about that. They'd like to get some value back. And what we've been able to do is create reports on a statewide or national basis that allows the regulators to understand what a cause of loss might be offer fire or some sort of other catastrophe. And then the carriers can see that reported the state or national level and they can compete against the data that they have internally and make better decisions at the same time so the platform itself has changed the way this whole process is viewed and the regulators now are so excited about it that we have a coalition of those regulators that are interested in changing the laws about how regulatory reporting occurs To make the use of this blockchain platform the standard in the future and the carriers are excited about it because they've seen the value and regulatory reporting but they've also seen the value in the new data stores that are available through the blockchain network. And how that might be used not only for regulatory reporting but also for some of their internal operations as well.
"vice president operations" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"They had had an agreement for thirty four years but now Ryerson University in Toronto is cutting ties with the Ryerson students. Union saying it's lost confidence in the school student government. The split comes after the union faced allegations of misspending last January an investigation by Ryerson Student newspaper. The eye opener revealed that members of the Union may have racked up roughly two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in credit card charges in under a year. The alleged spending include purchases at Ontario liquor stores nightclubs and casinos after the allegations were made public former student. Union President Ram Ganesh was impeached forensic audit was completed and just days ago. The students wants Union asked Toronto Police to investigate the alleged financial mismanagement back when that story broke Carol spoke with Sharia Harris who was part of the team that I reported on the Oh scandal from our archives. Here's part of their conversation. She we in a has the student union at Ryerson provided an explanation as of yet for how much money could have been spent on what what appears to be spent on booze nightclubs and casinos among other things. No they haven't the eye opener has given the student even multiple opportunities to comment and as well at the board of directors meeting last week several representatives asked the president directly to explain and some of the expenses and he repeatedly said that he would be able to provide a full explanation and context once the Receipts were reconciled on February first but there were no explanations given up the meeting. How did you learn about this? How did you learn that? The student union president might be spending this kind of money so we had received some tips from people as early as this fall that we should be looking into the credit card statements and we should be looking into some of their finances but at that time we weren't able to verify the information just because it was screen chalked up their online bank account. You didn't want to publish something based on information. Can we couldn't confirm so. Recently we started looking into it more because the president actually had told us directly that the student union had to credit cards on he had a credit card and the vice president operations had a credit card. When we looked into this further we learn about this is breaking financial bylaws and policies are issue? Because does the executive aren't supposed to have credit cards. We've heard from a student director. Got The total amount of purchases is two hundred fifty thousand dollars but we've only seen a small sliver the statements and our Seo in the Ryerson Student Union now so tell us about some of the expenses. What have you seen as far as what raised your eyebrows? The most based over two thousand dollars spent at EFSA Toronto which is a nightclub. There was over two thousand five hundred dollars spent at cineplex rec room over a thousand three hundred dollars at Nick Sport shot and then we're also just a lot of smaller ones that we weren't really sure how they could have been used for about benefiting students there was money. Money spent on hotels airbnb es three hundred dollars at A. He's lounge which is like a sheesha lounge that was ryerson. The Student Journalists Sharona Harris speaking with Carol last January today Ryerson University announced it was cutting ties with the Ryerson Students.
"vice president operations" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"They had an agreement for thirty four years but now Ryerson University in Toronto is cutting ties with the Ryerson students. Union saying it's lost confidence in the school student. Government demint the split comes after the union faced allegations of misspending last January an investigation by Ryerson Student newspaper. The eye-opener revealed that members of the Union in May have racked up roughly two hundred fifty thousand dollars in credit card charges in under a year. The alleged spending included purchases at Ontario liquor stores nightclubs clubs and casinos. After the allegations were made public former student. Union President Ram Ganesh was impeached. A forensic audit was completed and just days ago. The Students Union asked Toronto Police to investigate the alleged financial mismanagement back when that story broke Carol spoke with Serena Harris who was part of the team that I reported boarded on the scandal from our archives. Here's part of their conversation. Sharinau has the student union at Ryerson provided an explanation as of yet for or how much money could have been spent on what what appears to be spent on booze nightclubs and casinos among other things. No they haven't the eye opener has given the student union multiple opportunities to comment and as well at the board of directors meeting last week. Several representatives asked the president directly to you explain some of the expenses and he repeatedly said that he would be able to provide a full explanation and context once the Receipts Were Reconciled oiled on February first but there were no explanations given up the meeting. How did you learn about this? How did you learn the student? Union president might be spending this kind the money so we had received some tips from people as early as the fault that we should be looking into the credit card statements and we should be looking into choose some of their finances but at that time we weren't able to verify the information just because it was screen shots of their online bank account. You didn't want to publish something based on information. We couldn't confirm so recently we started looking into it more because the president actually had told us directly that the student union had to credit cards that he had a credit card and the vice president operations had a credit card when we looked into this further we learned about this is breaking. Financial Bylaws and policies are issue because the executives aren't supposed to have their own credit cards. We've heard from a student director that the total amount of purchases two hundred fifty thousand dollars. But we've only seen small sliver of the statements are as you referred us the Ryerson Student Union. Now tell us about some of the expenses. What have you seen as far as what raised? Your eyebrows is the most over two thousand dollars spent at E F S Toronto which is a night club. There was over two thousand. Five hundred dollars spent at cineplex REC room over a thousand three hundred dollars at Nick Sport shot and there were also just a lot of smaller ones that we weren't really sure how they could have been used for about benefiting. Students is there was money spent at hotels. AIRBNB is three hundred dollars a cave lounge which is like a sheesha lounge that it was ryerson. Student Journalists Serena Harris speaking with Carol last January today Ryerson University announced it was cutting ties with the Ryerson Students Union. You've been listening to the as it happens. podcast our show can be heard Monday to Friday on. CBC Radio One and on Sirius Xm following the world at six. You can also listen to the whole show on the web this Goto. CBC DOT CA slash. Ah and follow the links to our online archives. Thanks for listening. I'm Carol off and I'm Chris. How for more C._B._C.? PODCASTS GO TO C._B._C.. Dot C._A. Slash podcasts..
"vice president operations" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Tell them my name they'd be like Oh your name so queue is going to be real cute when it's on television to Go through that to me. They were like Oh what what. What events do you know I love the was this amy? Also what parties do you. I'm not a party promoted because seventy let's let's go straight right seven days out the flyers. Now yes without the flyers like I'm not in the back with You Know Dj easy. We know like now. I'm no book shot. That is not me so I get it. I get both I get the I tell people what are all the things that you want in your event And then I won't price and then they'll be like. Oh No that's not that's too much. How much how much did you want to spend? And then I take off the things That bring down down to that and it's normally you know the things like. Oh no I can't live without the you've got to pay for that with this budget you can get cups right. Won't go get Plastic Cup. It's just like an makes me. Just think about how people How people how much people are willing into invest into themselves in how much they really they want the glitz glamour for stuff? What I WANNA They WanNa really nice painting genus? Say that they have opinion in our house but they're not willing to like you. Save up for your television. If you want some really good quality painting or you WanNa really good quality the event. Why don't you save up for the event just like you save up for your cell phone? You know all of that type of stuff you would think that people will value small businesses just spike. That like my friend Malia I haven't been able she was she's me she's been on the show on the podcast and she has a jury. I haven't haven't been able to afford herself yet. But as soon as I have the funds to afford items I'm going to get a couple of pieces because I want to support her. I just haven't I've been able to afford it just yet but like that. I'm willing to say for something. Supported Golden Dom their friends. They were people that they say are their friends. But what let me tell you that Louis Vuitton is not ever showdown Louis. Vitton never own sale. Nothing the neither Bentley Gucci Gucci. Used to say they do still GONNA fail duty. They used at the days to have a laissez at it was it was December first of June. I I knew like that they do at the The big they they do it at the outlet stores. They do a deck. Yeah but people like. Nobody's saying oh I can't like I'm GonNa go to the Louis Store and Nicholas Donald. See how much I can get off of a MAG who got this company right cooler discount. Let let me say. Let me say what I know about Louis. They don't you know the scale. Nope no no no. Yeah and and that's a shame it's like I don't want people to have this I'm this unrealistic idea. About how like I don't want people to get to centralistic idea about where your prices should be. Yeah definitely charged for what you what you are good at not for what you think. You're good at and not for trying to replicate something else that somebody else. Yeah that goes with everything you know what I'm saying but if if like people just have to realize like what Gary Chuck speaking who gave us begin to Thomas. Speaking to who leads Brown is speaking to like when these people speak about entrepreneurship Murshid. These are the people who get up in the morning and say I hate Monday but it's not because of the day is what I gotta go to work. Oh that vats to difference no is so funny. Is Jim Sometime. It's so real because I work a fulltime job right now. Oh and it's not the worshop. It's actually pretty TAME booster like I. I'm I'm flexible. I do what I need to. I can go into office when I you. You know only twice a week but the amount of energy that I'm taking an investment into this company I'm not create. I'm not even in my lane for stuff that I wanNA do being creative. I'm number crunching which I hate fucking Matt Sounding know-how Fuck I got into this job. UH-HUH I was doing reports all day and you know stuff that drains my energy I'm dealing with clients. I'm okay with dealing with clients. I want to deal with the people that are actually want to deal with like it really does take a lot out of you when you go in and go on work somebody else's job and you know you have somebody else's visiting you working working for a company that don't have integrity for their employees so it really does take a lot out of you so as entrepreneur. You just be like I'm just kidding us. I can get this check soccer and this Blah Blah Blah you. That's how you have to look at it. You have to like take yourself to a mental mantra fact. It's the facts were on. I mean You know let's let's let's switch gears a little bit you you. I've been there on that like I've been there where you're just look at look at the place and be like so. Oh I lit this bit on fire and the only thing that really saves you not like there are several things. Keep you from lighting the building on fire normally prison prison prisoners that thing and then like there's like normally one or two co workers in the place that your life I want you to leave. Thank you read like ought to talk about right now. I like US soap or like I don't I don't get beat with Assad foolish it. That's why oh I don't want to be in And they're gonNA treat or not like I like you go in like I've heard that you jail. You either go in and believe that you just don't be somebody's bitch and like you find yourself in line. Yes up up to be the top persons bitch or you go in and like hit somebody over the AH over the head with a chair. I put as solitary. So you don't like those your two choices whether it be free. I'm GonNa let you know not not working. Breakers that does not work rather be home so fair by and I just WanNa be so we. We are heard sometimes. Sometimes you don't WanNA casing Joe. Do you want to sing life no. I don't think I don't even get no good. No Good Lick Negus van this Nigga. Casey says somebody gave me life. Nigga it was the judge judge brother so I was. I was talking the other day on Netflix. I said Oh love. Jones came. We saw a week ago and I was like you've never seen losing like is funny. Everybody does when I see a lot of movies like like Atta companies yesterday. It's like when when you tell somebody God you have to see right. I'm like no I really don't now really go watch it but I watched it for the first time. I'm told us that Yo you know what I can see why I can see why I'm tight for that moment and then I was at me. You had a conversation. You talk about like chivalry. Chivalry is not a home was about like that movie was Nigga ship before Nigga ship was popular. 'cause the rest was low key a Nigga et move back to the it was black and future black black future pending the names Penton. He was he was kind of like on some a clean type. Shit a clean. He took nigger he hotel hotel. I Queen I what what do you say. He's a he's a cannot beat the blues on your left on the phone call year right click. That was good. I like you but like we had a conversation about like. I said we'll talk about like having manage because she's like. Don't get up on the train for women anymore and like that movie just kept circling in my head and And I was like damn chivalry ain't really about It's more than just Treating I guess treating people with with I guess the respect that they won't like social media says like it's about opening doors and shit like that and like I got nothing from that movie so it's like being somebody who kinda like is adapt is like from the nineties of course me to groping tonight super like you watch so how how far will also speaking as a woman who is an entrepreneur. How far did you see Nigga Shit move up in the dating scene as a working person like how far was the Nigga Shit leap speaking being as a businesswoman? I oh speaking as a businesswoman. I I want to see how like how because I know in in in of of course in entertainment industry. It's a lot of like not even just music music. It's a lot of like men. Think a lot of men think they're superior oh absolutely. Yeah so it was like being being an industry where you you cross a lot of mill pass when it comes to like party promoters business owners things that need to like how. How vast? How far was that leap of Nigga Shit from the beginning and to now shit you know Passover? Well I don't know about love we're live to make fun of naked right data data so it's always so now's like in the funny part. Is that when I say that. I'm an event planner. It's normally men. That says Oh you're like party promoter because that's all majority of it was crazy is so when I started getting serious about event planning and going going to like networking events. It has the face of being an industry dominated by women but it's really dominated by men to man the people on the spaces men who own the fabric companies men who own the rental companies and things of that nature but as women running So the man owning their standing there smiling but if the light bulb goes out down that would do it themselves. They sitting there waiting for the woman to come put fixed the light blow accurate and so. That's not me but accurate. That's that's that's what I found. It was like You kind of like you need me even though I really don't It I got a lot of that from for men men in the industry and I was just like Like I like to see y'all at the beginning of this shit like an let me also say like I was not expecting at my first networking event like I was not expecting to walk into a room full of men. And then you know my my company. Colors are pink white and black and maintain me. Oh a pink card Q.. judge me on like everything on my part and I'm like you know at first. The first thing was you know I'm standing there like. Oh my God what am I doing here in literally. I felt like like a rise up and I was like what the Hell I won't I really wanted to say. That's what the fuck I WANNA do but I didn't you know I was just like the car won't that's the color I won't I tell you Tame Santa Barbara. So that's that's what I dealt with. A lot was just almost like men in this industry like one patch on your head and tell you which way you should go in how you do this and then when you if you do it that way patting you on ahead and so You know I'm already sure way out. Anybody Pat me on my fucking head as because I know me and spoke about as a lot. Like being in production industry's like it's very male driven it's male dominant dominant male dominated. Say you are correct Brown words ADDS to a women who are in male dominated industries like more I would say equal it's equal because when it comes to pays I didn't know that about the Event Planning Group that entertainment. Yeah if if I'm wrong told me you know I actually has his own different entity. Okay because production is a former ormat production. But it's more of planning. Preparation is more the they go from the pre they do a lot of pre-production where the actual production actually I have. That's actually what was going to say. PRE-PRODUCTION GONNA say so. Yeah perfect so I'll say. Do you find it. Well how I like. How many how many women entrepreneurs do you come in contact with every day that kind of have the same issues as you? Whereas 'cause I know that the equal pay and you know women not getting respect is still a thing these days which you would think? It'd be completely different now. But how many like how. How many do you meet many the Women entrepreneurs who actually have the same go through the same instances you and if you don't if you haven't yet what would you tell. Oh those women who want to become entrepreneurs and they're jumping into possibly not same as you but just going becoming a woman entrepreneur in general. That's a good question I I think trying to think even in I got. I got a cousin in the cannabis industry. You know she's she's fighting fighting on the making it legal in whereas her male counterparts are just showing them how to smoke. You know like this and so they get to look cool. 'cause they are on that part of what she's trying to make it legal so that you can do that judgment And so is there's no when I was a retail. You know the the retail which is predominantly women who shop up but majority of the companies are run by men and so when I was a retail Almost all the operations managers we were all women almost all all of us however the vice president operations was a man. I find that it's so funny because I see that so often it's like men love using women's faces because they say eases everything now personally elected you know like I personally only for the most part hire women to do stuff with me now for me but with me because because Yogesh should done well I feel like that's the reason like a A girl.
ISIS leader believed to be killed in U.S. raid in Syria
"Breaking news on WCBS in a few moments we will be hearing from president trump says he has a major announcement that address set to happen at the White House this as the leader of ISIS is believed to have been killed as we listen in on the White House right now inside the waiting inside the east room you can hear some noise there's reporters are getting set for this announcement this operation happened right on the Turkish border in northern Syria in the Italy province this is the type of mission that would need to be authorized by the president operations to require some intelligence sharing and there are plenty of countries trying to take some credit the Turkish defense ministry says he helped al although some Pentagon official told reporters that's not the case the state run Iraqi news agency says he provided precise information to coalition forces that contributed to reaching the terrorist al Baghdadi and killing him the top Kurdish general says they were involved in gathering intelligence as well for the assault no dispute from defense officials on that claim several reports indicate Americans called Russians on what's called the deacon flexion line to ward of the assault again this happened in northern Syria right along the border with Turkey a courtesy that apparently wasn't extended to the Turks in the a region whether or not Abu Bakar al Big Daddy was the intended target is something that we do not yet know we don't know how he was killed either there is reporting this morning that al Big Daddy used a suicide vest as coalition forces closed in on him his death confirmed with the help of biometric testing according to several reports out today earlier this month as you might recall the president out soldiers in Syria would be leaving and northeastern Syria may be moving out of that area the Pentagon did say that they were moving some soldiers into a different parts the south western southeastern part of Syria were oil fields are so that ISIS would not be able to take part of those oil fields that is one way that they made a lot of their money which allowed for them to have so much territory in a couple of countries not just in Iraq as well the potential for an ISIS resurgence one of the concerns that were laid out by critics of the move to have soldiers get out of the area again we are waiting for president trump to make that announcement as we are again hearing reports that Abu Bakar al Big Daddy the founder of isis was killed during a coalition operation Assyrian raid that was carried out overnight this near territory along the Turkish border with Syria as we listen in on the White House you can hear again those reporters getting set we see the backdrop here on our screens the podium set up there are the armed forces flags behind him the military flags there for the marines the navy the army and others along with the American flag the president did say did hint into this announcement on Twitter saying something big had happened as were waiting to find out some more the details we did get some the picture painted for us by some official by officials who spoke with reporters about the operation can an operation that was carried out in Syria right along the border with Turkey there is the white helmets a group of volunteer group that works on the ground the provided video to several agencies a video that shows a a massive crater where this rate is set to have happened that group the white helmets volunteer group says that as many as ten bodies were recovered from the scene so there are a lot of details that we still don't know yet hopefully the president will paint the picture for us in terms of the operation that was carried out of course bring you to the White House at the moment that they said that he takes to the podium W. CBS news time and nine
"vice president operations" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Trace. Hello, bill. Thank you for that. Very nice intro. Not true. But we'll take it. Well, there's only two. That's true. So select company you now it's the mayor Tom. Yeah. Yeah. One of us full throw. So. So late last night, it was a real that warriors guard Klay Thompson, we'll be questionable for tomorrow's game three of the NBA finals, an MRI revealed that Thompson suffered a mild strain hamstring. Kevin Durant status for the remainder of the series up in the air. Is he is out for game? Three team will also be without forward kevon looney the rest of the way after he suffered a fractured collarbone on Sunday so bias of the wars can win this series without a healthy. Klay Thompson can win are capable of winning. Yes by Katie. Oh, come back at some point, even without him, I think Ramona Shelburne, broke his down on a really interesting in straight on way. I'll take over Kawai, and I'll take over the next the next raptor. And she thought good Dahlan because of the sort of how they are, and how great a defense Iggy is played on, on Leonard negates sort of Kansas each other out cancels each of the mount. Yes. I think they'd be underdogs. But I'd probably still better them. Earlier today. Early today. Yes. Few hours ago. Sham's over at the ethic that pelicans executive vice president operations. David Griffin has begun feeling offers for Anthony Davis prior to this NBA draft. Griffin began baseline negotiations after meeting with Davis last week after the big men, originally were precedent trait back in January, so bias within the pelicans will deal Anthony Davis before the start of.
"vice president operations" Discussed on 710 WOR
"vice president operations" Discussed on 710 WOR
"vice president operations" Discussed on Masters in Business
"And I think just having a individual successful one restaurant doesn't always me translatable to build across the country or across town. What is the rusty bucket? What what is that? It's a corner forty five hundred square foot hundred and forty seat quarter neighborhood tavern concept. It's we. Put it in a fluent suburbs. It's a great place. We really say it kind of as the default vote. Yeah. You've got kids. You wanna go out to dinner? You don't you know, where where the kids be happy where mom and dad be happy. And that's where we're really basically better bedroom. Pastas pizzas, that's worth thing. But good food from scratch, great environment. You know, the bar is right in the middle of it. You're gonna people drinking at the bar and still walking with your kids feel very comfortable that kind of place. So it's really knows a fluent suburbs. We're in six states right now around the country. So a chain like that twenty three. How large connect get is that something you would want to spend two hundred or his it. You just have to find the right place where it's a good fit. We're still working on that. You know, casual dining itself is probably one of the more challenge. Parts the restaurant business. Find dining we're ocean. Prime brand lies is doing very well. We all know fast Casuals doing very well. It's. That's the thing that saturated, and I've never wanted to get into that fast casual business because of that where do you draw the line on fast casual above like, well, you know, it's Paula cale. Everybody's everybody wanted to support a delivery model, and and everybody wanted success AAA, and you know, you've had a lot of failures along the way with that too. And but you have everybody brother throwing money on it trying to get into it. And I've just re tried not to do that didn't want to do that. What about all the burger chains that are coming out to challenge? Mcdonald's some of which have really taken off air quickly here. I mean, shake shack is obviously a good example five guys, burgers and other good example, I want this one point I had our vice president operations leave us because he wanted to burger joint and start to Burr craze. And I didn't wanna get Volve with it. I mean, that's very. Ace have all the legacy. Mcdonald's Burger King. Wendy's go down the list Rb number martyrs ship, right? So that's a tough business owner imagine something I prefer not to get into. So fast, casual is poli and higher. You're not in the fast cash recall that as limited service counter services cetera..
"vice president operations" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"What I get off on a cold and snowy morning. I sometimes think his time in my old age to move to a warm and balmy climate, then I step outside with my labradors loner and basil I look up as I did this morning to our glorious blue skies into our snow covered landscape. And I realize how lucky we are to live in this wonderful town on Saturday and the great state of New Mexico in that regard the legislature is back in session with a new crew on board the new vision. So hopefully, we'll get some good things done including some funds for improving our Saturday, apple and more importantly for the education of our children, please drop by the hotel Santa Fe, and our my restaurant, which has a very interesting very menu with some native Americas specials in the evening, Sophie and her crew hope to see you soon, wishing you all the very happy new year. And so until next time, stay warm drive, carefully and tread carefully in the snow and ice and enjoy some skiing. If you have a choice and don't forget to fly Santa Fe. Brainer by. Orasure did you show voice of Santa Fe? On news talk leader. The film. It's thirty six minutes after three o'clock tomorrow. We're going to start being news one hour segment one hour per month. Starting now. It's going to be about climate change is going to be called a sustainability. The co host the expert will be Maria rotunda, former head of the citizen climate lobby studied a lot with Al Gore. His programs can do once a month for an hour and tomorrow it will start at three o'clock it'll be the second Thursday of every month. And if it catches on he wants to do it. More and can do it. More good Mormon new one hour month. Second Thursday at three o'clock. I guess tomorrow. It's going to be awesome yet. Because a lot of this can be thin around a book and an organization called drawdown project raw down and the vice president operation and engagement for project. Drawdown I guess tomorrow. Crystal Giselle, you'll be around food over the over. The course every month will be kind of a different different topic around climate change start tomorrow at three o'clock, sustain agility about film, and we're talking about TV a little bit with Eric wit had the city's Santa Fe county is Tennessee film office a joint effort when a few between the city and county that is really working. We'll talk about TV another thing. But there's apparently a program at UNM that Noah is.
"vice president operations" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Com. Breaking down what's going on with this bull's team? And I thought he had a tremendous piece talking about what's going on with this bull's team. I'll just give you a couple of graphs. He says in the season opener Philadelphia. Fred Hoiberg called Ford. Jabari Parker off the bench midway through the third quarter. Parker was slow to respond causing Hoiberg to clap and call his name as he moved closer Parker proceeded to pop off the bench and check in even slower methodically removing wraps from both legs while all of the Wells Fargo center. Just wait. It Parker who are weak earlier had been demoted to the bench role received at lay of game for painstakingly taking his stuff off no response from the coach. So he took his us trying to take off his stuff, and he just did it at his own pace because he's come off the bench. I mean instead of just being able to express the coach, hey, coach. I really want to start. I think I can start on this young team. And I don't wanna come off the bench now, he becomes passive aggressive and takes his time just walking down and slowly taking the stuff off and gets a delay of game. And Fred Hoiberg and saying that were at one point during a mid November game at Milwaukee guard. Tony Blankley, he took exception to Hoiberg subbing him out and asked him. Why are you taking me out? I show a rebellion. Of course, where we're putting right back in. There's a lot of examples of this in the piece from a Mayberry which will get to a little bit later on. But from Fred Hoiberg thoughts, and I'm just gonna talk about him tonight a little bit tomorrow. And then we're going to turn the page on Fred Hoiberg. Fred Hoiberg was the ultimate players coach. When he first came in to the bulldozer veteran team waiting for him. And he thought because a lot of players are coached by Tom timid. Oh that the defense was set. He wanted the team to play with pace, and guess what? That dog would not hunt. The team did not want to be. Be able to move with pace because Hoiberg knew that the way to be able to succeed in the NBA is play like Oklahoma City to play like Golden State to play like Toronto to play like Washington teams have play with pace. Right. And somehow the team said, Nope, we're gonna play half court, especially when the quote, unquote, we ALPHA's was on the on the floor when you had regime Rondo and Jimmy Butler, and Dwayne Wade. No, those guys weren't gonna run they're going to be able to do their own thing. Authentically despite what Fred Hoiberg wanted what he wanted was pace and what he got his half court offense and right there. There was a disconnect right there. What some of those veteran-laden players that on that roster somehow, someway, those players want to do their own thing. Fred Hoiberg said the way the NBA gotta go right now, we got to play with pace and space, and those players do whatever they want to do, you know, why? Because what's Fred gonna do? It's gonna yell guys got heart condition can't wear tie because of a heart condition, and he was he came across as a banker more so than a head coach. And that's exactly how it ended up where he wasn't yelling. He wasn't screaming because he's an NBA coach. The here's the thing. There are a number of NBA coaches. I could tell you right now that don't yell and scream at players are trying to get the most out of them because it is the NBA is the pro league the difference between college pro is very simple in college basketball. If you're a college coach, you're constantly trying to get players in position to be able to get it done offensively and defensively. You're drawn up the plays. You put them in place. You're making sure that Canadian mistakes, you're trying to give get the most out of your players by motivation, and by scheme in the NBA, it's more or less like I think that you should do this. What do you think is the best way to be able to get a basket by using this or do you have a different idea for us to be able to succeed? That's how you talk as an MBA. Coach that's one of the best to the worst. That's how you're supposed to communicate. And Fred Hoiberg with would suggest certain things that should be done the floor and those players from a veteran to a rookie said F, you I'm gonna do whatever I wanna do you can't you can't do that. You can't be a coach in which you can't get any respect for the players. And by the way, those the same players that were brought in by garn packs. So whose fault is it is it is it Fred Hoiberg has to to tear up a chalkboard. So you got to be able to get in players faces to get the most out of them. No, it's a long season that doesn't work in the NBA. But if you have a stab a culture as a team for when you have the continuity between your head coach, your general manager and your vice president operations, and the kind of players that you want you try to find players that fit a system and filling culture, what's the bulls culture. Zach LeVine just taking threes whenever he wants to. He did that again tonight against. Indiana early in the shot clock game on the line takes a wide open three and boylans like in his face. Like, why are you doing that? You think that Zach Levine's gonna stop taking those shots? That's levin. But then if you bring that into your organization, then you get what you deserve. This is what I'm talking about. You have to be able to establish what you want Gregg Popovich before the championships before the success before the hall of fame career hat to establish first of all getting quality players. But to having a system that everybody can buy all five guys are tied together offensively and defensively. Right. You have to be able to do those things to be able to have a, hey, these are good players. We've got to stab ourselves on both ends of the floor. What? Hoiberg do Fred Hoiberg. So we are played with pace of space and they're like, no middle finger note. We're gonna do what we want to do. What are you gonna do and then Hoiberg being passive aggressive slowly diseases guys out of the system slowly eases? Guys, the second and third string when I really haven't communication. Perfect example, perfect example, dealing with a veteran player how about Fred Hoiberg versus joke. Kim Noah, let's start right there. Do you? Remember when joke Jim Noah was being coached by Fred Hoiberg. And I remember us talking about this on the show. Fred Hoiberg suggested that you would probably be best for Joe Kim. No to come off the bench to provide energy, and in kind of a spark and not from the start, but come off the bench the media witted. Joe? No and said, did you know that for her work? What's to come off the bench, Kim said no I had no idea. He has not had talked to me about that. At all. That's what I'm talking about. If you start that way, then the lack of respect will permeate throughout the team jokin ause like wait, wait, I'm not I'm gonna come off the bench. I mean, he's like, no, I'm not I'm not doing that. That's not what I wanna do. But again, Hoiberg establish himself and just talked out loud. Like, yeah. I think I want him to come off the bench, and then talk to the player, you have to establish a culture. What is the bulls culture? It's a culture of losing. It's a cultural underachievement, it's a culture of sliding backwards in the Eastern Conference. Can you imagine a top three market continue to go through this time and time again Knicks Knicks fans go onto this as well. But you know, what they're EROs pointing up because they have a player imposition like presents. And they have a head coach that could be a pied piper to bring free agents to New York. What does Chicago have declaration taking bad threes? That's what have and they've got a they've got Boylan who I don't know what he did there as an assistant coach. But it seems kinda funny he becomes the head coach. So was he going along with Fred was door with each line to help Fred or was he trying to backstab Fred? So we can get that job. Either way the ball. Aren't going anywhere with boiling or with Hoiberg? So as we talk about Fred Hoiberg. And some of you are happy that Fred Hoiberg is completely away from the team. And that there's gonna be a new start not really because of personnels their Saint personnel wants to do their own thing. I love also this. And I know that some of you have sent me this on social media about well, you know, really it's about the tank you wanna get is as bad as possible. So can get Zion. I tell you something. This is the myopic bulls fan, I loathe and that is those that look at the draft as the answer. The draft is not always the answer at the draft that always answer for bad teams. Let's put it that way. The draft could be answer for smart teams and know how to believable put players in place. Like, the Boston Celtics the Philadelphia seventy Sixers over the last few years, but I always find it funny that the myopic. No both fan will send me all man. You know, that's a good tank loss guy Katina tank. I keep in bad. Why keep being bad because you really think that garn past will put those players in position to succeed. Right. You sure that they'll be able to..
Lou Williams, Los Angeles Clippers And Houston Rockets discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"The Los Angeles Clippers or eight and five on this season, the Los Angeles Clippers it's very very early. It's only thirteen games in we understand that. But that's still should not take away from the job that we're watching Doc Rivers do with this team laser, gentlemen. I am feign this kid Montrose. Herro he is the closest thing to Dennis Rodman that exist in the NBA today in terms of his activity on the court, particularly on the defensive side of the floor blocking shots rebounding defending on a perimeter rebound. Some more running on a break the activity of this guy. What is something special to behold? This guy could play on my team any day of the week. I love what he does for the Los Angeles Clippers right now. And I gotta tell you something. I don't think it was washed but Houston to lose somebody like him. I really really don't. I really don't when you want to know what's going on with the Houston Rockets. And while they're struggling so much. Don't look at Carmelo Anthony. Look at the absence of Trevor reason, the lapses of Luke embar muti the absence of Montreal's herald, look at that they come talk to me. And the ashes of just as diligent the physical ordanation who abruptly retired. But now has decided to come back after you handle family matters, probably around thanksgiving. He'll be back those four components that are pivotal to your defensive prowess that you enjoy last year as the Houston Rockets, would you the number six defense in the entire NBA? So there are more who I am a fan of who has been a guest on this show who I think has done a magnificent job as executive and as the GM and the president operation for the Houston Rockets. He might have dropped the ball on this a little bit. Nobody's perfect. But we gotta look at it from that perspective. Nevertheless, that's not my point Montrose Herro. And Lou Williams sixth man of the year this brother special, and I'll tell you right now somebody needs to arrest somebody on the clippers that because this guy Lou Williams getting only eight million a year. I want to know who is aging is. I wanna knows age this even though I really really do know. But I'm not gonna bring his name up on the end. 'cause I don't wanna get in the way of any business. I will say this to the agent of Lou Williams eight million a year for this guy in this NBA economy. Lou Williams is worth it least double that. Double Louis should be getting fifteen to sixteen million a year will what he gives you off the bitch foot, Los Angeles because it's not like he can't start. It's just that. He's so affective off the bitch. Why would a good thing? But Lou Williams can ball, flip plain simple. I want the ball in his hands around money, Tom because most often more often than not he finishes. I love Lou Williams. So I want to point that out. He's underpaid. He's not under appreciated 'cause the clippers level, but he is under paid.
"vice president operations" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Sports leader. Are six eighty. NBR's six eight. Keno Sarah's joins us of the athletic. You know, how are you? I'm good. Thanks. Glad have Yana I've been pumping. Yup. All week. You wrote a couple of very good articles that really should have got my attention. So I thought it'd be nice to have you on and talk to the audience about it. First of all he did something yesterday about trying to predict which teams would do well this weekend in which teams. I think you could extended probably after the playoffs as well. And it was based on strikeout percentage and walk percentage. Explain that to everybody. I just was looking for one simple thing that could be predict. And I know that on a player level when you're looking at pictures, for example, one of the most the most important number. You can look at. It's a good way to think of the game. Really? I mean. The game really coming down to what happens at the plate. Increase the strike out. Pitcher. And the one the interesting thing is that keeps showing the dodgers as being very good. Just had a terrible year when it comes to clutch. You know, other things. Able to put together, but they've been. Serious with us. The other piece you wrote this week was was kind of a look into what the giants made new as far as this front office position goes any general manager baseball operations guy. Larry Baer says he wants to go with somebody with a statistics background. Maybe somebody involved in the analytic side of the thing with Jason MacLeod's name. That's come up. Dan can't Trowbridge ever with the as can you? Tell us what kind of guys we should be looking for these names just aren't mainstream names, usually. Yeah. Problems is that even if Bryan cave ins gonna be just an adviser. Title of being. Vice president senior vice president of baseball operations and often one of the ways that you get the ones to come over who's already a general manager is to give them that title. It'd be like we're gonna make you vice president. Operations. And so there are a bunch of names on the level. That would be super interesting. In Tampa Bay is. Vice president of operations over there. But maybe interested in how the resources of the giant disposal. All very very analytic forward. And they've been doing a lot of interesting things there that. The giant. Guys that you might have heard from before. Filthy. Back in the day. And Mark supplier built a. The Cleveland Indians. You might wanna bring in as vice president of baseball operations already has that title. You know, I got together a group of lower guys. That you could bring on as. GM, and those are very interesting names to be giving away because they won't have already either been the media or handle a whole team. Like like time bloom has when they say like the analytic side of things, and you've had your finger on the pulse of this all season long, kind of giving us a look at you know, spin rates and and fly ball rates in important stuff. I mean, really just what you're talking about with. What makes a good pitcher and and how to quantify which team might be good in the postseason. What type of analytics are our teams looking at like, what is something that one of these general managers, we'll have to we'll be tasked with focusing on what type of things will we see overhaul in the the roster construction of these teams. Well. One thing. That's interesting is every team. Every team know the importance of pitch velocity. But there are things about. Which is making the most albums existing right? There are ways to take deters that have current ditches that could be made better grew through technology. So maybe somebody could come in and through. You know? Just by saying if you change the scripture this grab. Are you taking? There. There are definitely player development things. They could come in do right away where they say, you know, you're launch angle. But our players better. We've had a hard time developing position players for a little bit. And then the other thing that they can do is improved economic thing. They really need to improve their scouting or process in Latin America. Produce the same sort of talent that other teams. That's why put a guy like Eddie Romero on the list building the Red Sox. And did a great job over there. With us on the athletic, and you could tell he's on this this subject really well. You know, the Red Sox have them brass key, Mark Shapiro. You think the giants are bringing someone like that? And then the someone off your list to be the general manager, even though it probably would be sort of a horizontal move as opposed to vertical for some of these people. How could that breakdown like that? Because this is the San Francisco Giants, and they have that such a traditional approach kind of like the Yankees in a way. Have you think the top man OB chosen? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I that's why I do. Around the guy like. Tampa Bay because he you know, he would be instant title, maybe a lateral move. But in terms of resources giant Dopp is considered around the league as a kind of jewel job. Being the Yankees who the dodgers? And so. Looking at trying to take somebody from a smaller market team turnoff. In cleveland..
"vice president operations" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Appearing last on the Joe Rogan experience with a flame thrower, not making that up flame thrower for you people out there that would be Mary Jane marijuana. No, he had a flame thrower. He had a real flame referring to marijuana. No. No, no, no. He smokes pot on the podcast, but he also had a flame thrower. And I'm not kidding. I didn't see pictures of that. Yeah. There's a picture of the flame thrower. Hymns Elon Musk smoking weed people are making I think too too much of that. The problem is the numbers. What he says? And what's happening is not adding up and on top of that. He's acting like a fool. No, I don't even know if he's acting like a fool, of course, it's not that he said he. Yeah. It's not people are saying settled down, man. And what does he do? He goes on a podcast smokes pot and place with the flame thrower and says, he's not really a CEO. That's not what they wanted to hear stock went down dramatically. All the cash, and it may not be enough left. And I liked the cars a lot. And I think he is brilliant. But you also are the face of a publicly traded company that has to produce real results. So you need some help, man. He does need help. By the CF. The chief accounting officer walked out the door. That is not what Wall Street wanted could. He be bipolar. I don't know. And again, I would say I don't care and Wall Street wouldn't care if you didn't say you're gonna make X number of cars and make X prophets. And you're doing just the opposite of burning through the cash. They don't care if you're Manson. But if you're losing the money Andrew Manson, we got a problem. Well, they're losing money. Yeah. And he's acting. He's acting strange not to mention this ongoing thing about the the guy with a pedophile guy that he keeps going after is just bizarre. So the got one of the guys who rescued the kids in the Philippines, and the cave is some expert die, right? I don't know enough of the story to understand, but member Elon moss decided he was going to come up with some submarine to save them when the guy who rescued them or one of the rescuers. He keeps calling him a pedophile publicly. And then he went off and said if I if I said this and it's not true. Why doesn't he me? Why do I mean, how would it? You know? This weird. It's it's weird. And the stock took a real beating today more than six percents right today. And again eighty a year ago today, it was worth eighty dollars more eighty dollars more. Oh, yeah. It's gone gone down eighty dollars. Jeff Bezos on the opposite in the spectrum. When's he going to make the announcement Amazon became the second company when he's gonna move near you and Austin, when did you move the house next to you, a tear down tear down hair Dowling, he's tearing down all of central Austin? It's the second company in history after apple to be valued. At one trillion dollars, his personal wealth is now one hundred sixty eight billion dollars. Ooh. Money magazine estimates the Jeff Bezos wealth goes up two hundred sixty million dollars per day. What did you just one hundred sixty million a day? No, no, two hundred sixty million a day a day in two thousand eighteen if that pace keeps up remember, he's increasing his wealth two hundred sixty million a day. If that keeps up he will be worth, I'm sorry. His net worth will increase ninety five billion dollars next year. And he'll be worth two hundred billion dollars next year. He's. We'll still give them incentives to give them incentives to move to the state of Texas. What will give you we'll give you some tax abatement, some free plumbing, and we get you some ACL tickets in two thousand eighteen his net worth increased is increasing two hundred sixty million a day. Write that down by the hour. If you want to do whatever you want with it. I'm Orosa very credible. I'm Orosa who sold about twelve books says it's Mike Pence. Yeah. She says Mike Pence riding style. This is his style. The do rewording. I agree. Pence still think it's Dan coach. Security the hill dot com says former White House aide morosi said on Friday the recent anonymous during times op-ed blasting Donald Trump. Reads like documents she saw come out of the office of vice president. I've never hit my suspicion about the vice president's operation in the White House. She says. I went back through my Email, and some of the documents that came out of the vice president's office, and I have to tell you is this op Ed is very similar to the style of communication that comes out of his shop Rosa, you're fired Amoroso, you're fired. That anybody buy that book, you know, Utah. Why would you have to buy that on TV all the time? And you can hear the tapes. Exactly. Yeah. When you talk about that thing died off in a hurry. What's she going to do? Now. Do they end up together again? No, no. I think she's your she's persona non grata with a family. I don't go back to a TV show together. You new ratings anything for ratings. You may be onto something anything for ratings. They do it. Both would do it. I don't think they both do it. You do probably wants to get in the White House. Now's Gary Pusey, I'll take her job. They'll get back together on TV somehow. And it would work, but I might even be worth watching. That'd be perfect. The perfect the apprentice, I've never even seen the show. But I get the template the template gets even better what drama is better than the two the two of them together. Now, they'll never. He get the boys on handled date. Oh, come on. Now. I am a roasted recently got married, and we know the president Milania happily married. They are. What of red wine, and how long narrow tired of bet you Bob. Afternoons three to seven on NewsRadio kale. BJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM Markelle Melinda. This.
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"When it comes to that and those are most interesting nfl questions questions well done by shannon panther when those out there at us he's jeff dickerson and freddie coleman on freddie fitzsimmons real quick tristan thompson of the cleveland cavaliers will not be suspended for game two he has been five twenty five thousand dollars for failing to lead the coordinate timely manner fouling being jackson and for showing the basketball in the draymond green of the golden state warriors that was announced by kiki vandeweghe the executive vice president operations for the nba now thompsons flagrant to which he was a set for his actions and contesting a jump shot by warriors.
"vice president operations" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Sandra eight seven seven five three to five seven nine seven we would be playing right into their hands let's go line four and welcome robert joining us from kansas city listening fourteen fifty w o ell's website robert welcome to keeping a real with reverend al sharpton you've got reverend sharpton yes sir good afternoon ramtruck andrea wiles good afternoon oh yeah you know what andrea i know people probably gonna disagree with i'm gonna say here but herschel walker made a comment about the nearly last year the trophy winner he said that he said he's supporting the fact that the players would kneeling but he didn't think that they need to do this while they were at work and i thought about what he said this this past week when this ruling came down here i'll say to myself wait a minute i've thought about what he said i said if i was a postal clerk at a post office there's no way that the post office would allow me to wear a black lives matter to serve over my post office uniform they wouldn't they wouldn't allow that there's no way that the post office will allow me to carry a black lives matter picket sign behind the counter as i'm waiting on postal of customers that being said a lot of people don't realize that the that the nfl is a business when you when you get through watching the nfl game at the bottom of defiant plan andrea says the nfl corporation and then and then this corporation aren't great you got players coaches you got vice president of a person they all you got vice president operations you got.
"vice president operations" Discussed on Mixergy
"Anything no consistency to anything so glenn came in and said we gotta we gotta get things under control here if we're ever going to scale rapidly so he helped a lot with that this was twenty thirteen got it that's why i was looking at your lincoln his linked in profile yours john understand you started the company two thousand six and it wasn't until that far into it that you finally got coo yeah and was there someone on the ground who is managing who is doing all that stuff real until then yeah we we we would do the classic thing take general managers from parks take employee's from parks move them up to general manager general managers love into regional roles is all promoting from from within ramon the individuals that had been there in the early days and look at tickets on dude i mean he was vp operations at jumba juice he was vice president operations at formal after hours former where he was vice president operations at express the store he he was before you guys most recently pink berry ventures he was international business operations so you basically said here's a guy who's done this he's been in multiple locations he's proven he can do it let's go with him yeah he knew retail he knew scale he knew franchising new multi unit in his last job before us which was which was in particular of interest was pink berry where he opened a lot of international locations for them and we were really starting to sort of ramp up our international growth which is a different animal than growing in the us so he had good relevant experience where we wanted in that reminds me when i brought up franchising you said there that's a whole other beast in itself they're all these issues i didn't follow up and ask you what issues what issues retaking about in the early days.
"vice president operations" Discussed on No Huddle
"You know that you're not going to have a long run running most companies and eurropen minded about that and to use the old adage from godfather too this is the business we have chose so john fox is a veteran but having now been head coach and carolina denver and chicago to me this is the end of the run for him as a head coach i don't see him getting another coaching opportunity as the head coach highly respected as a defensive coordinator what do you think the future looks like for jumped box individually for for john fox having to resume that you just so so eloquently laid out i mean obviously your head coaching positions and are going to be there because now you've you are vice president operation of your jiem you looking at the relationship that your head coach could possibly have with the younger players and a veterans on your team and it seems though like you say you laid out in john fox had is ron he's been with a couple of teams he has success and caroline he has success and denver for a while and we thought well maybe he would be able to duplicate messing seeing little success in chicago that just didn't happen all form so if he if he were to get back into the nfl obviously the head coaching position isn't there form maybe he can be uh an assistant or uh you know something of that calibre sell the front office because john has a lotta great relationships around the league we know that to be true yeah very much so but a lot of the coaches who are seemed to burnt out and not really uh you know died teams to the playoffs will be needed to in previous years they become consultants so now you sit on an front office and you just have a bird's eye view of everything in for some a lot of those guys that works best for them you know now they have the whereby the daily grinan working with the personnel and i'm dealing with those egos in a locker room wins and losses is now talent evaluation how can we help the team get better from that standpoint look at you know tom coughlin what he's doing a jacksonville so this is the type of road that may be you know gaas like you know jeff fischer.
"vice president operations" Discussed on StandUp SpeakUp by Tokii
"And i went on this is topped shuttle this new lady that was out for the name of oprah and everybody at work had their little tvs out watching and the president the company came up to me because mary else i had no idea i had no idea you're to enough the formal it was recently pinches a mobile phones what were will you at any of the business businesses i must be same from in one of you posts oh yeah i was i was always i always had a good job i was working for rubber me um i was assistant to the vice president operations i always i i had an act when i was 17 and moved to new york an a went and i worked for tiffany in me counting department i told them i was a bookkeeper i didn't know anything of keeping chris i sat there for two days in a study an luckily i was able in i picked it up it was a good little job on so them when i came back to california i i worked in manufacturing i was always plays find employment agency employer owes pede money to hire me so it's very fortunate now here's the kicker i've had some really good jobs i really didn't graduate high school because i at sixteen i had to take myself out of school my first job i was pumping gas or in on car.