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"victor li" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To refresh your memory about the Ryan pace stop as the Shawn Watson quote tweeted an article could treated at Twitter beef between John Feinstein and Doug Gottlieb and set the bears never talked to him I remember reading this article a few months back the Chicago Tribune did a deep dive into the twenty seventeen NFL draft revealed the bears didn't meet with prospect the Shawn Watson said they went with your best year in my homes for meetings and ended up picking the former North Carolina quarterback so they did me what your biscuit Mahomes off to go back and read that article so Watson confirms that tonight I have to go back and re read through that article and just see what it what at all if any explanation from the bare side was it for not meeting with the Shawn Watson I don't get that for a second you have all the time in the world in this draft process even what are they possibly see if on the tape did not even have a meeting with this guy because all I saw on the tape was a guy that should've been the first quarterback off the board in my opinion me too and I'm on the record I have a website it's still there he was my number one quarterback in the class by a lot I was screaming yelling about it at the time I don't understand I mean it was fourteen interceptions I believe his last season I was the one thing in the fifth the crazy thing about it is he was so good after interception still like it I don't know man it's bizarre and I could see maybe preferring to basically I can see I can see convincing yourself that there was more upside somehow I don't agree but I could see that I can't see not even talking to kids yeah not even talking to him is inexcusable I as I said earlier I would have fired him already in Ryan pace tomorrow eastern five Pacific hold on tight and get ready to see the best ball riders in action to then as Jose Victor Li mei from Brazil tries to stay on top of the leaders board as American Jess Lockwood is right behind him and goes for his second win of the season watch the PBR Cooper tires invitation on CBS sports network what's a news brief you Daily News brief called open the rumors reports and reconnaissance public day in sports which is coming up next summer the same CBS sports radio affiliate SiriusXM channel two oh six and the radio dot com application from ten PM eastern time to two A. M. eastern time they had Joe five been on last night always love hearing Joe sizing give interviews he's very honest and never afraid to share his opinion well he did so last night with.
"victor li" Discussed on Hostage
"Avail in the end to Chung's men turned on him and September of Nineteen Ninety one. He was tried for the armed robbery and sentenced to eighteen years in prison. We'll Chunky Kong was no stranger to life behind bars. This time was different. It was wealthy now and a respected. If elusive member of Hong Kong's high-society. He couldn't believe that the police had the audacity to lock him up in his mind. These officers were the real criminals. They took money from the taxpayers and used it to go after innocent. People like him as opposed to violent offenders. This perspective isn't uncommon among criminals. Stanton knee SAM now. A clinical psychologist reports that nearly all criminal offenders view themselves as good people. They often excuse their behavior by citing their religion and good deeds or by stating that other criminals have committed more heinous crimes than themselves while in prison. Chung claimed that he was treated. He alleged that in order to get a confession from him. Police officers hit him with sticks and whipped him with belts he also said. They tortured his wife leaving both of them with scars. Chong wasted away in prison losing any hope of speedy appeal however only eighteen months into his lengthy sentence lock was back on Chung side. During one of his appeals. A guard who was present at the Kai. Tak robbery failed to properly identify Chung. The charges were dropped in June. Nineteen ninety five. The forty year old Cheung Kong was released from prison but John was hardly in the mood to celebrate his newfound freedom. His time behind bars had left him. Extremely bitter what. Good were his promises to remain nonviolent. If he ended up in prison with the murderers anyway to make matters worse his own triad brothers had betrayed him. The UNBREAKABLE BONDS OF THE TRIAD BROTHERHOOD. Apparently could be broken. Chang's honor codes seemed irrelevant to him now. He found himself at a crossroads and decided to move forward alone. All he had to do was pick his next crime at this point. Chun had run the gamut of armed robbery yet proven to himself that he was as capable of executing seemingly impossible heists as he was small theft he felt confident that he can pull off a crime of even greater magnitude. It also had to be more lucrative. Prison HADN'T TAMED. Chung's appetite for wealth. If anything it made him more insatiable Roderick Broadhurst a professor of criminology noted that Chun's willingness to go to extremes for money isn't really uncommon. We live in a society measured by wealth and status. So it's unsurprising that when people can't earn the money they desire through conventional means. They turned to innovative. In sometimes illegal methods. Chung was no exception. He was obsessed with money and he would stop at nothing to feed his greed. With this goal in mind he settled on his most radical scheme. Yet it was going to kidnap the ten richest men Hong Kong and hold them for ransom. Coming up Chung goes after his first victim back to the story in June. Nineteen ninety-five forty-year-old. Cheung Kong had recently been released from his second stint in prison. But this time he made no effort to turn his life around and go legit he had gotten a taste of the good life and he was willing to do anything to hold onto it including kidnapping people for ransom. Chong had devised a dramatic scheme. He was going to abduct the ten wealthiest men in Hong Kong and hold them for ransom. Having settled on this plan Chung got down to the specifics who to kidnap I ultimately. He decided on thirty one year old. Victor Lee the son of one of Hong Kong's wealthiest businessmen and the heir to his father's Fortune Chauncey. Kahn had a lot in common with victor's father. Sixty eight year old. Li ka-shing neither grew up particularly wealthy and both men had taken huge risks that resulted in vast wealth. But while Chong used illegal means Li ka-shing had honed his legacy honestly in one thousand nine hundred ninety six sixty eight year old businessman. Li ka-shing was the richest man. In Asia. Hong Kongers affectionately referred to him as Superman for his quintessential rags to riches tale Li ka-shing and his family fled to Hong Kong from mainland China during the Second World War. Shortly afterwards lease father died of tuberculosis saddling. His sixteen year old son with financial responsibility for the whole family Lee began working at a factory where he was eventually promoted to manager by the age of twenty two. He had saved up enough meager earnings to open his very own plastics factory. Cheung Kong Industries Lease Company proved to be massively successful and he used his profits to branch out into other lucrative industries shrewd businessman. He invested in energy solutions technologies and building developers throughout the world as well as real estate in Hong Kong in spite of his wealth. Li ka-shing was well loved. He had a solid reputation for being a man of his word stating that a verbal yes or no is as good as a written contract and he was a very modest family man. His pride and joy in life was his son. Victor Thirty one year old. Victor had spent his formative years being groomed to take over. Cheung Kong Industries. He studied civil engineering at Stanford University before moving to Vancouver where he oversaw one of his father's subsidiary companies Husky Energy. When Victor came aboard the company was doing quite poorly but victor side as an opportunity to prove himself by one thousand nine hundred ninety Husky energy was thriving and Victor. Li had been promoted to co-chairman impressed by his sons initiative. Li ka-shing invited victor to return to Hong Kong and worked directly underneath him at Cheung Kong headquarters by Nineteen ninety-six thirty one year old. Victor was well established at Cheung Kong. Little did he know that criminal mastermind. Cheung Kong was watching his every move. Chung's men gathered information. About what time victor left home in the morning? How long it took him to get to work. What kind of car? He drove and where he went to lunch. Once Chung piece together victor schedule he discovered that on May Twenty Third Nineteen ninety-six. Victor was scheduled to visit his father's home in deep water. Bay Chung thought. This was as good a time as any to strike the evening of May Twenty Third. Victor wrapped up his last meeting for the day. He was looking forward to a quiet night with his family and his dark blue. Nissan President Limousine was waiting outside for him but Chunky Kong and four other men were waiting for him to victor. Li casually tossed his briefcase into the back seat of the Waiting Limo. But before he had a chance to slide into his seat he was blindsided. Five men tackled him shoving a blindfold over his face in a split second before he was blindfolded. Victor caught a glimpse of the assault. Rifles that Chung in the four other men were carrying you felt calloused hands. Hold his arms behind his body while someone else bound his wrists and legs with chains. Victor heard several different voices but he couldn't tell how many from what he could tell. One man was in charge. The whole ordeal happened. In a matter of seconds even victor's driver couldn't react fast enough to help Chung and his men tossed victor into a waiting truck and started driving hours past. Victor had no idea where they were headed. He was worried they had crossed the border into China or his chances of being discovered were slim after what felt like ours. Victor was dragged from the car and tossed into a small dark place that had wooden walls and no windows. This was hardly a room. It was more like a wooden crate. The kind used for shipping cargo one of the henchmen handed victor a bowl of steamed pork and rice. He accepted not knowing when or if he was going to get any more food. Victor wondered if he should just ask the man what was going on or what they wanted from him but that could potentially be more dangerous. You decided to keep his mouth shut. All he could do was wait for answers. Meanwhile at Lea- ka-shing's palatial home in Deep Water Bay Road Victor's billionaire father anxiously awaiting his arrival. Dinner was almost ready. And it wasn't like victor to be so late. Finally the doorbell rang. One of the maids went to the door. Expecting to see victor but her jaw dropped in terror when she saw a different familiar face to recognized him from the newspaper. Chunky Kong the criminal. Who Had Rob Kai Tak? Airport Chung demanded to see Li ka-shing immediately. He informed -ly that if he ever wanted to see his son again it would cost him two billion Hong Kong dollars..
"victor li" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"New Jersey one at one point five news starts now. I'm Jennifer Celo topping our report this hour. Atlantic City mayor Frank Gilliam who is under federal investigation is mayor in name only after state officials exerted full operational control of the embattled cities administration the decision to take over day to day operations came from Lieutenant governor Sheila Oliver billion cannot hire or fire personnel or spend any money last month. The FBI raided gilliam's home and took away boxes and computers. The new charges have been filed a colts neck youth, teen tennis instructor faces multiple sex related charges including kidnapping and sexual assault against one of his students and other children a grand jury handed up a new indictment against Terry. Who also goes by the name of Victor, Li the twenty six year old was initially indicted last January after a thirteen year old came forward with authorities high tech and life science startup companies in jersey that move into collaborative workspaces canal apply for grant money to help them pay their rent. Tim Sullivan of the jersey economic development authority says the DA is sponsoring the nj ignite program because. Accessory for startups that are in these kinds of collaborative workspaces that's incubators or accelerator exhilarated co working spaces almost double the rate of success of companies that are not in these kinds of collaborative workspaces, he adds helping startups ultimately mean more jobs and a boost for the state economy. He's Florida's problem. Now, a panhandler known for his aggressive interactions with motorists in Trenton has been relocated. With the help of New Jersey transit Jose was a familiar sight in recent years as he solicited money food, clothing, even Booz several blocks from the transit center. Thanks to nj transit outreach program Jose received a one way bus ticket to the sunshine state where he joined up with relatives. Go fund me fraudsters, Kate MacLaurin. Mark d'amico in homeless vet Johnny are all facie conspiracy and theft charges after making up a sob story, but how it helped MacLaurin her hour of need. And in response assemblyman, Ron denser is sponsoring a Bill that calls for internet scammers to face mandatory jail time and a fine five hundred dollars for each contribution. In addition to the. Normal find that goes with anywhere from fourth to first degree crimes for Seth by deception. The homeless vet hero scam collected more than four hundred thousand dollars. Go fund me has refunded. Everyone who contributed after hearing about the fake story. Authorities say no charges will be filed after brianna the cow escape from a truck on her way to a slaughterhouse in Paterson the cow kicked out the door on the second tier of a double decker trailer. She then plunged about eight feet onto route eighty.
"victor li" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Of dollars into the school district. Right now, New Jersey is just getting crushed by taxes. This is one way they came up with assemblyman Ryan Peteris says the law should be changed to give schools the ability to offer childcare during the school day as well. Even to children who live outside district lines. Denote flam me on New Jersey. One zero one point five news in Bergen county an eight year old girl ejected from a mini van in a head on crash. She and the driver a thirty four year old woman both in critical condition after Wednesday mornings collision in Harrington park. Thirty say the van crossed into the wrong lane of traffic Flemington is mourning the loss of a seventeen year old resident who died at a ski resort in eastern PA on New Year's day spokeswoman for blue mountain resort says CONNER Gholam Bisky was injured when he fell off. Off chairlift. The death has been ruled accidental twenty eighteen was the wettest year on record in New Jersey as the state saw more than sixty four inches of precipitation for the wettest year on record. We escaped any major flooding because the rains came in so many instances instead of that big Irene, for instance, state climatologists Dave Robinson of Rucker says at least short-term that can the concern is that we may see more flooding Belmar is facing legal action from three former borough lifeguards who claim they were not rehired due to their age. They are fifty-six sixty three and seventy three and say they were replaced by younger hires. But also less experienced ones, and that ex-mayor Matt Dougherty disparaged them in meetings. This probably won't surprise you an annual survey that charts people state to state moving patterns is not paint a rosy picture for the Garden State, New Jersey. Once again is the top state for not. So great reason United van lines conducts a yearly study on where people are moving to which places they're leaving. And why? Nearly sixty seven percent of New Jersey moves are out of state, which is the worst rate in the country. Vermont is number one. For inbound moves followed by four western states. Experts say so many people are moving south and west because of job growth low cost of living and better climate New Jersey, meanwhile has been in the bottom ten states for ten straight years. Matthew, white New Jersey one zero one point five news charges. Have now been officially filed against that sixteen year old Hopewell valley central high school student. We told you about late last year he's accused of cyberbullying by making jokes about lynching. People calling a black classmate a monkey yet. More charges are filed against a youth tennis instructor based at the jersey shore kidnapping and rape added a previous attempted sexual assault and child porn offenses twenty six year old Terry co of colts neck also goes by Victor Li and was first arrested last February New Jersey one zero one point five news time, five forty two. Dan, zero says we're gonna clear up this afternoon. He's got an extended look at the forecast. And we'll recap our top stories next. This is New Jersey's.
"victor li" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"And that's an issue. They don't have much even like the other players on their team like PJ Tucker has a really low usage. He's not going to do much attacking to close out James Ennis same thing. Gary Clark's, Gerald green? So they they really reliant on those three for creation. So that's going to be something to monitor. I agree with you that they're not going to be as officials last year. But I I don't I guess I still think that James harden looks pretty good physically. I mean, maybe he's a little bit worse than last year. But I saw some pretty quick movement. Today. He he really beat Victor Li depot really ban across over today. So I don't know I tend to think he's going to start making more of those shots around the rim. So I guess I probably more optimistic about their chances than you are what do you think about Capella? I think he hasn't looked as good at that. Right foot issue in the preseason hasn't looked at the same touch around the room. And then I think defensively he's been getting. Feet on switches much more than we saw a year ago. Yeah, he's definitely getting beat on more switches offensively. I think his roles have become a little bit harder. Just because teams don't respect the shooter's on the outside as much like Gary Clark, you said like you looks confidence shooting it, but teams don't respect them at all over there. So a lot of the times opposite wing is crashing in. You know, making him do more with those roles than just catching dunk us. Assistant on seventy three percent of his baskets this year last year was like eighty two percent. So he's getting spoon. Fed more his assist percentages doubled. So when he catches on those short roles teams are pack in the paint making a pass it out. And as officiency is a little bit down. He's down to sixty two percent shooting percentage. He was at sixty five percent last year. But I mean, nothing too bad physically banged knees with somebody today. So maybe it's a little bumps and bruises. But I think he's going to be fine in in the long run. I think it's part of the shooting from the outside. That's hurt them overall. But not quite as efficient as last year. Well, so we talked about this on our time to panic episode last week, but you don't way, and what would you say they're gonna put like they. Will play at the pace of a blank win team the rest of the year. What would you put that number well without mellow? I think I'd probably put it around low fifties. So maybe fifty three fifty four around there. I don't know if that's higher not which by the way, we need a second episode of the time to panic podcast guys can get enough to get enough teams on that we more of that. Well, we'll have to get you another pay for bag. Maybe he'll agree to come on the show, Ken. Yeah. The the problem is I don't think we can do any less time for team with the three of us just enjoying talking too much. I want to talk about this game against San Antonio. We transition into San Antonio. But first this from our friends at seek a making my annual trip to Milwaukee. When I go back to Chicago for thanksgiving since the local Chicago basketball team is not really exciting enough to take my wife to, but we scored awesome tickets to a nuggets box game at the new Pfizer forum a week from today via our good friends at Zeke, and once again, just their interface is so easy. My wife rarely goes to games wanted to actually treat her to some pretty good tickets. And so I just looked horrible found. The biggest darkest green dot that. I could find clicked on it and bought the tickets, and I even kind of clicked around a little bit elsewhere in the lower bowl kinda see is there anything else that I think is better. And guess what? Like, the ones that were not as dark green weren't as good deals and a Danny as words in the ticket industry. I know he really is usually an agreement probably always in agreement with their algorithms, and I felt the same. Way that with Mike? So I trust them, and I can just buy tickets.
"victor li" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good morning everyone. I narrow chayhitch we are thirty minutes into the equity trading session in Europe at Marcus. We are indeed I'm Markus Karlsson looking about stock. Six hundred is gaining now by run about four tenths of one percent, essentially seeing all sectors in positive territory this morning, basic resources leading the way Cavs minerals, for instance, here in London higher by two point three percent. The only sector in negative tree is utilities, but it's only a smidgen lower looking at one stock specific stories. We are seeing shares in Investec leading the way on the stock six hundred it is by far the bay. Biggest Driza popping here by twelve point one percent as I look at it. Now this on the news that Investec is spinning off its asset management unit. Looking at some of the underlying indices, the footsie one hundred gaining by almost six tenths of one percent. High about half of one percent and the same goes for the Dax in Frankfurt looking at the handover as well. From asia. The MCI Asia Pacific index popping for a second consecutive day higher by one point two percent. We're seeing a little bit of continued dollar weakness after that weaker than expected CPI figure yesterday the Bloomberg dollar spot index off by zero one four percent narrow let's move on to our top stories, Marcus and Bank of England. Governor Mark Carney has told senior government ministers that are no deal. Brexit will probably see interest rates rise rather than full Bloomberg has learned that Carney told those present that crashing out without an agreement would lead to a fall in the pound and higher tariffs pushing inflation higher. They said he suggested that would make it harder to cut borrowing cost to support the economy as we did in the. Aftermath of the Brexit vote in two thousand sixteen in other news, the Bank of Japan's newly introduced forward guidance was drafted with overseas. Investors in mind reflecting an effort to avoid any sharp reaction in the yen and stocks, Bloomberg has learned that the term forward guidance and the headline to the central banks, July, the thirty first monetary policy statement were first written in English rather than Japanese. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Shinzo Albay has said this morning that he doesn't think the B O J's radical easing should go on forever in top corporate news. And this by the way is one of the most read stories on the Bloomberg in the past eight hours. Goldman Sachs group investment bankers are competing a competing a takeover of their own firm. Three of the most important roles will now be held by executives who rose through the dealmaking unit overhauling the top of a company that's been a Wall Street powerhouse for years among them. John Waldron will be the firms next president and chief operating officer the second most powerful position in the Bank. Yeah. The incoming CEO David Solomon. Shaping Goldman Sachs to his liking. It seems also a well known Hong Kong companies considering an IPO within London listing. Bloomberg's Sophie Kamarudin has more the firm is seeking infrastructure holdings. Led by tycoon Victor Li the company owns energy and water utilities globally. We are told CK infrastructure is talking to investment banks and while discussions are ongoing. They may not lead to a deal seeking infrastructure has built a stable of British assets over the last decade from water and gas to rail transport. The company's sibling see Hodgson has infrastructure assets in ustralia, Germany and Canada. So become ridden. Bloomberg daybreak Europe, Hong Kong. Those you top stories for the latest in global news. Here's Bloomberg's Ben Clarke..
"victor li" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Fair value. And if you don't have tariffs on China. But if you do a terrace on China the question is how high dollar go. And then we're earnings being case last week. President Trump threatened to impose tariffs on almost all Chinese products imported to the United States. Well, China is stepping up the pace of reform in its twelve trillion dollar bond market. We get the story from Bloomberg's Rishaad Salama, pure and simple. China is trying to attract more foreign investment over the past few weeks. Authorities have announced new rules to help the nation's bones gain, entry to major international indices, central Bank is also ease restrictions on credit rating companies and ABC's institutions will be. Exempt from paying certain taxes on interest gains, and they'll be allowed to conduct large traits through the bond trading link. With Hong Kong, the changes will make Chinese bonds attractive to foreigners at a time when the country needs more capital that meant to stabilize the UN and fund corporate borrowers who've been squeezed out to the shadow banking system. I'm Rishaad Salamat, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, a well known Hong Kong company is considering an IPO with a London listing. Bloomberg's Sophie Kamarudin has more. The firm is CK infrastructure holdings. Led by tycoon Victor Li the company owns energy and water utilities globally. We are told CK infrastructure is talking to investment banks and while discussions are ongoing. They may not lead to a deal city infrastructure has built a stable of British assets over the last decade from water and guests to rail transport. The company said Ling CU Hutchinson has infrastructure assets in Estrella, Germany and Canada. So the Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, Tesla's battery supplier. In Australia may be forced to delay production. We get that story from Bloomberg's Kathleen Hayes, the problem stems from a legal battle for an Australian mining lithium project, it's jointly owned by Australia's Kidman resources in his Chilean partner s q AM they operate on land leased from the government of West Australia, but the lease is at risk since a court said Kidman should not be exempted from requirements to spend a minimum onsite development to maintain lease rights. If production is delayed the market for lithium could be thrown into deficit in may tesla signed a three year supply contract for Kidman for future production. That means there's time for tesla to find another source, but lithium costs could be higher. Kathleen Hayes, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. We'll Goldman Sachs's named the number two for David Solomon when he becomes the CEO. John Waldron will be the next president and chief operating officer currently runs investment, banking Solomon and Waldron. I work together at Bear Stearns and their rise cements a dramatic shift in power. Away from the once dominant trading division or at six and a half minutes past the hour time for a news update. Gasline explosions in Boston have caused fires impacting forty homes. Doug krizner has global news. From our New York newsroom. Brian these homes are in three communities north of the city. Now FEMA is saying the root cause appears to be lines being over pressurized during system upgraded at least four people have been injured. This investigation is underway. Hurricane Florence's barreling toward the eastern seaboard. It's expected to make landfall in the next twenty four hours over the state of North Carolina. It could bring as much as three feet of rain and now in terms of potential damage. One estimate says the cost to the region's agricultural industry could be as much as a billion dollars. Meantime, the Philippines is bracing for the most powerful typhoon of the year. Forecasters are expecting super typhoon mankote to hit this Saturday sustained winds one hundred sixty five miles per hour. Thousands of people have been ordered. To held for shelter. President Trump's former campaign chair Paul Manafort is reportedly close to a plea deal with federal prosecutors as a way of avoiding a trial scheduled for next week. Now, those charges stem from work Manafort did for pro Russian political forces in Ukraine, the New York Times as saying it's not clear, which charges Manafort might plead guilty to or whether he would cooperate with special counsel Robert Muller's team as it investigates Russian interference into the twenty sixteen election, along with possible collusion with the Trump campaign and obstruction of Justice on the part of the president meantime, the US has vowed severe sanctions on Russia for using a banned nerve agent in the UK. This would be a second more punishing round that includes banking sanctions and aid money. US officials say the election meddling could bring new penalties. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Doug krizner. This is Bloomberg Brian to you. All right. Thanks very much. It's eight and a half minutes now past the hour. Our next guest on the show is tweet forever. Macro strategist dad's State Street. We for great to have you back in the chair here in our studios. So yesterday, we had some positive developments word that Steven Mnuchin had approached Beijing the market's really loved that today the president walked it back a little bit. But the markets are still buoyant. What's the real story here? The real story. I think is that the US and Trump particular need to win before the elections. So he's gonna play a very very. Hard man sort of role here as much as he possibly can marketed looking at this and thinking that well, visit Lee some leeway on both sides, the Chinese obviously want to get some agreement if the US now moving towards some agreements as well. Then that's all in good. As far as the Mark implications are concerned, but what I think Trump is very keen to avoid is any agreement which actually makes it look if there's been a little bit too much. Give and take or particularly give from the US side. The yes to come out of this with a victory with a win one. That one is tweet one that he can go to them to the electorate and say look at that I managed to get an agreement out of the Chinese which Obama never did. And which six months twelve months ago, we were not close to I'll be the devil's advocate here because China does not want to give him a win. I think they're very wary of that. And they've been burned before it may. Yes, they have. So this is the risk. The risk is that you don't end up an agreement simply because Xi Jinping has said quite a few times. We're not taking it backward step here. So the, but as always with these negotiations there'll be an eleventh hour agreement somewhere, which both sides can paint is a victory. That's probably how it's gonna end up. I was under the impression that the president didn't wanna deal, and that the baseline position was that China would do a deal on IP and on trade, but not on made in China twenty twenty-five, but we had a guest last hour Shah from BBVA, and he says, no the sounds coming. Out of China now are willing to give ground a little bit on the technology the twenty twenty five and the way that they're doing. It is by suggesting that this was something from the think tank. We thought it was a good idea. But it's not etched in stone. There's never really been a concrete policy on meeting on twenty twenty five. It's really been a an idea that's Germany as it were from the think tanks, and it's made its way into and this is often the way in China things never really begin at the high level things originate from universities, think tanks opinion pieces they make their way through the provincial system. They make their way into the national system, then they make their way into government eventually, so no maiden, China twenty-five is not a concrete government policy. This makes me feel much more positive. I mean, it makes me I'll just say play the role of the typical investor that it seems like a deal could be done. So we'll talk some more about that. With you. Do we do we for macro strategies? At State Street wealth and take the devil's advocate.
"victor li" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And if you don't have tariffs on China, but if you cherish on China. The question is how does the doll ago, and then we're earnings being in that case last week, President Trump threatened to impose tariffs on just about all Chinese products. China's stepping up the pace of reform. It's twelve trillion dollars bond market. Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat has more. Pure and simple. China is trying to attract more foreign investment over the past few weeks. Authorities of an as new rules to help the nation's bones gain, entry to major international indices, central bankers. Also, eased restrictions on credit rating companies and ABC's institutions would be exempt from paying taxes on interest gains, and they'll be allowed to conduct large traits through the bond trading links. With Hong Kong, the changes will make Chinese bonds will attractive to foreigners at a time when the country. Needs more capital capital is meant to stabilize the UN and fund corporate Boras have been squeezed agile this shadow banking system. In ogun. I'm Rishaad Salamat, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. A well known Hong Kong company is considering an IPO with a London listing. We get more from Bloomberg's Sophie Kamarudin. The firm is CK infrastructure holdings. Led by tycoon Victor Li the company owns energy and water utilities globally. We are told CK infrastructure is talking to investment banks and while discussions are ongoing. They may not lead to a deal seeking infrastructure has built a stable of British assets over the last decade from water and gas to rail transport. The company sibling CU Hutchinson has infrastructure assets in stray Ilya, Germany and Canada so become region. Bloomberg daybreak Asia, Tesla's battery, supplier, and Australia may be forced to delay. Production of got more from Bloomberg's Kathleen Hayes, the problem stems from a legal battle for an Australian mining lithium project. It's. Jointly owned by Australia's Kidman resources in his Chilean partner, s q AM they operate on land leased from the government of West Australia, but the lease is at risk since a court said Kidman should not be exempted from requirements to spend a minimum on site development to maintain lease rights. If production is delayed the market for lithium could be thrown into deficit in may tesla signed a three year supply contract for Kidman for future production. That means there's time for tesla to find another source, but lithium costs could be higher. Kathleen Hayes, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Goldman Sachs says named the number two for David Solomon when he become CEO. John Waldron will be the next president and chief operating officer. He currently runs investment, banking Solomon and Waldron. I work together at Bear Stearns and rise cements dramatic shift in power away from the once dominant trading division at Goldman. Okay. We've got reports of a series of gas explosions just outside of Boston. Massachusetts panicked neighborhoods now evacuated for that. And other global news. Here's Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio in New York, Paul. Thank you very much. That's right. Those explosions have caused fires across nearly forty homes in three communities just north of Boston. At least four people have been injured. Fire crews are now trying to put out those blazes. The cause wasn't immediately clear, but a local gas company had earlier said that it would be upgrading gaslines in neighborhoods across the state. We will of course, continue to keep you updated on this developing story over to another top story, we've been watching really all week in hurricane Florence now barrels towards the eastern seaboard. It's expected to make landfall in the next twenty four hours over the state of North Carolina and could bring more than three feet of rain. One Bank says it could be a one billion dollar hit as well. To the region's Agra. The culture sector. Meanwhile, the Philippines is bracing for the most powerful typhoon of the year. They're forecasters expect super typhoon to hit this Saturday with sustained winds of two hundred sixty five kilometers an hour. Thousands of people have already been ordered to head for shelters to US politics and former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort has tentatively agreed to a plea deal with special counsel Robert Mueller. This is according to reports from ABC news that deal is expected to be announced in court this Friday it's unclear though whether Manafort has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors or is just conceding to a guilty. Plea also in US election. News ahead of those November midterms voters go to the primary polls today democrat hopes to retake the Senate along with the house have now brightened in Texas, West Virginia and Indiana and here in New York in the race for governor. Andrew Cuomo leads former sex in the city star an outspoken activist Cynthia. Nixon and finally the US has vowed severe sanctions on Russia for using that band nerve agent Nova chalk in the UK this would be a second more punishing round and includes banking sanctions as well as aid money. US officials say election meddling could bring even further penalties. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and take talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in New York, I'm Ramy Inocencio. This is Bloomberg Brian Ramey. Thanks very much. Our next guest on the show today is Shala chief economist for Asia, BBVA, Hong Kong shark. Nice to have you on the program. Let me outline what I see as the baseline you. Tell me if this is right. President Trump doesn't seem to want to do a deal with China. He said again today in a tweet, they're the one who is under pressure to do a deal. We're winning in terms of China. You could see that they would be willing to do a deal perhaps on trade and. P protection but not on made in China. Twenty twenty-five is that all correct? I think to China do have some room to make a concession to this made in China twenty twenty-five already downplayed this propaganda on this kind of a plan initially people think this policy paper made twenty twenty-five. But now, they try to tackle these one as some product of the think tank, so I think this now the official this official from China side by the problem is seems that President Trump. He's not in the mood to reach a very quickly with China before these meter in action. Do you think President Trump's assessment is accurate is China under more pressure to make a deal or is it quite the reverse? I think it's very difficult to say to some degree. He sat to the Chinese market is collapsing. Didn't perform good. This is true. But I think the problem is now with the midterm election pressure. President Trump his now eager to reach the swab. He find out if we talk about this a tree the world things he can get most potent from touch base. Well, it depends. What a lot of people are saying is that the president is trying to gauge this as we get closer to the elections. If he deems it as a negative, then he will put in process a deal. But if he believes that doing it deal would upset the base too much, then he would go the other direction. So when do you think, well, no, I think of now he's a very close to the election. I think welcome to know very soon maybe in October, and he will make a decision why they're the he's reading to make the deal with China before the midterm election or he walked to postpone this kind of the deal after the election. Away from politics for moment. How do you see valuations in Asia right now? I think now because of these trade world threat because of this interest hike. US I think the valuation relatively low especially in China. Now, they are almost close to the historical in terms of education. Right. So back to the elections. I guess what the president will probably do is as we get closer to the election. Are they winning? Does it look like the Republicans will hold the house? If that's the case, no real need to do it deal. If not then maybe what you do. Is you try to get a win? So you do a deal and say we win. Yeah. I think I agree. I grabbed that, but my point is after this midterm election either either recite that he's going to win. I think that they have the need to to make concessions to these big businesses. Okay. We'll continue in a few moments Shala chief economist for Asia BBVA and Doug krizner will bring us up to date in the market's rally of more than two hundred points. Again, it looks like a pretty solid day here in the Asia Pacific much like yesterday where we powered ahead. You're.
"victor li" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. We had an update for the equity markets largely due to a rally in tech. Although there were some other groups helping to lead things to the upside the dollar weaken quite a bit on a soft reading on retail inflation, the Bloomberg dollar spot index fell three tenths of one percent during the New York session. We're going to get Tokyo. Sydney, and Seoul up and running at the top of the hour. Details on markets in a moment right now. This hour's top business stories President Trump says he feels no pressure to resolve the trade dispute with China Trump appears to be disputing a paragraph in the Wall Street Journal story on the looming talks and a tweet Trump said it's actually Beijing. That's feeling the heat. The message suggests the president is determined to enter negotiations showing strength Chinese official. Of already felt burned by US, backtracking, and Pryatta cts. Goldman Sachs has named a second in command when David Salomon become CEO. John Waldron will be the next president and chief operating officer. He is currently head of investment banking now Solomon Waldron. I work together at Bear Stearns and their ascent cements a dramatic shift in power away from the once dominant trading division at Goldman. Well, well known Hong Kong company is considering an IPO with a London listing. Bloomberg's Sophie Kamarudin has more. The firm is seeking infrastructure holdings. Led by tycoon Victor Li the company owns energy and water utilities globally. We're told seeking infrastructure is talking to investment banks and while discussions are ongoing. They may not lead to a deal. See he infrastructure has built a stable of British assets over the last decade from water and gas to rail transport. The company sibling Hutchinson has infrastructure assets in Australia, Germany and Canada, so become reading Bloomberg daybreak Asia. The microlending business of Nobel prize winner Mohammed Yunus is now operating in Japan. Grameen Bank will be providing initial loans of up to eighteen hundred dollars to struggling entrepreneurs and workers about one in six people live in relative poverty in Japan. Now the unit is headed by university. Professor, Masahiro Khan and aims to be profitable. Within five years. We saw another move high for US stocks with more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett in this Wall Street wrap. Gains in the information technology and healthcare groups helped to propel stocks higher for a fourth day. Investors are also keeping an eye on emerging market assets. Bob Brown is chief investment officer at Northern Trust outside of the emerging markets directly. We would like to see an important. Macro catalysts in the USA. We think it's hard to be optimistic on emerging markets as long as the fed is still on its tightening cycle. So once the fed pauses, and we see the benefit of time on the domestic policies coming into effect emerging markets that would be a good signal to get back in. But right now, I think there are better places to make money and emerging markets. That's not one of the S and P five hundred index climbed fifteen points of five tenths of one percents. The Dow advanced one hundred and forty seven points up six tenths NASDAQ up fifty nine up eight tenths of one percent in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. We're at thirty four past the hour. Bryan Curtis is here now for a look at what's happening in early Asian trading. We've got. A weak dollar stronger euro, but that's not going to have any impact where you are. Or will it? Yes, it could. In fact, we've got this interesting line. I can tell you about I that seal essay and their strategists. Christopher woods says China's Yuan could zip to seven in five minutes and spur a rethink of the basket. So what he's saying is that politics really are playing a more important role now than the central banks. And he said all it would take us for Italy to blow up again, and the euro would get weaker and they'd be at seven in five minutes that was the line about the one hitting seven he said this in Hong Kong at their big conference. And he said that what would happen in the case of this is that it would possibly spur the People's Bank of China to consider removing the euro from the basket used to set the currencies trade. But anyway, that's all perhaps down the road. What we saw was the market actually interpreting the comments from the as kind of hawkish, so. So the euro strengthened. So that's precisely the opposite direction. That we just mentioned and actually what more they would cut its bond buying in in half by next month. And it sees halting new purchases by the end of the year. The rates for the moment will stay at present levels at least through the summer of next year. So anyway, the euro didn't move all the way up to a dollar seventeen right now. It's at one sixteen ninety three. It was a pretty good day for emerging markets. I don't want to tick off all these reasons. Again, you cited some a moment ago, Doug, but EM was up. What was it up? One point four percent. We had Alibaba up two and a half percent. We had ten cent yesterday up five percent here. In Hong Kong has up fifteen dollars and forty cents to three hundred twenty three eighty. So a lot of this has yes, the weaker dollar salsa the action by Turkey's central Bank, which we told you about a few moments ago. And also that tech returned to favour overnight with a pretty good gain on the NASDAQ up about three quarters of one percent, Paul over to you. All right. Thanks very much. Brian. Well, the the latest now or not major way the storms in both Asia and the United States and more as well. Continuing political storm for Donald Trump for that. And other global news is Bloomberg's Remy Inocencio, New York, Paul. Thank you. That's right, hurricane Florence. I on track to hit the US southeast could hit the economy hard as well. Possibly a one billion dollar hit to the region's egg sector. That's according to one farm lender. North Carolina is the top state in the nation for tobacco. It's also number two for hogs as well as chickens officials have also said at least nine nuclear facilities are threatened Duke Energy is shutting down in fact, its nuclear power plant because it's right in the path of the storm. Meanwhile, the Philippines, Taiwan and mainland. China are bracing for the most powerful typhoon of the year. They're forecasters expect super typhoon to hit the northern Philippines is Friday with sustained winds of two hundred sixty five kilometers. In our thousands of people have already been ordered to shelters along the same lines here. President Trump say push back against your report about the death.
"victor li" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Six thirty AM right here in Hong Kong and in Singapore. Six thirty pm on the eastern seaboard of the United States. I'm Rishaad Salamat Bryan Curtis. We've got an hour and a half before trading starts in Tokyo, Sydney, and Seoul, and then three hours before we get the open in Hong Kong and Shanghai little bit mix, but may turn positive with a pretty positive close on Wall Street. Details on that coming up shortly. But now the top stories President Trump says he feels new pressure to resolve the trade dispute with China and a tweet he said is Beijing that's feeling the heat on making a bid to be indifferent. As to whether the talks happen. The message digest the president is determined to enter any new negotiations showing strength risk stoking Chinese fears that he's not really serious about striking a deal. Goldman Sachs has named a number two four David Solomon when he becomes CEO. John Waldron will be the next president and chief operating. Officer currently runs investment banking Solomon Waldron. I work together at Bear Stearns and their rise cement, so dramatic shift in power away from the once-dominant trading division. A well-known Hong company is considering an IPO with London listing. The mix syfy Cameron has details. The firm is seeking infrastructure holdings. Led by tycoon Victor Li the company owns energy and water utilities globally. We're told CK infrastructure is talking to investment banks and while discussions are ongoing. They may not lead to a deal seeking infrastructure has built a stable of British assets over the last decade from water and gas to rail transport. The company said settling C, you Hutchinson has infrastructure assets in a stray Ilya, Germany and Canada so become region. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. The microlending business of Nobel prize winner. Mohammed Yunus is now operating in Japan. Grameen Bank will provide initial loans of up to eighteen hundred dollars. His struggling entrepreneurs and workers about one in six people live in relative poverty in Japan. The unit is headed by university. Professor zero Khan and aims to be profitable within five years. Right. Let's have a look at what we had with US Stokes. It was another move higher. We had the texting rather. Well, get details from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett in this Wall Street gains in the information, technology and healthcare groups helped propel stocks higher for a fourth day. Investors are also keeping an eye on emerging market assets. Bob Brown is chief investment officer at Northern Trust outside of the emerging markets directly. We would like to see an important. Macro catalysts in the USA. We think it's hard to be optimistic on emerging markets as long as the fed is still on its tightening cycle. So. The fed pauses, and we see the benefit of time on the domestic policies coming into effect from emerging markets that would be a good signal to get back in. But right now, we think there are better places to make money and emerging markets is not one of the five hundred index climbed fifteen points up five tenths of one percents. The Dow advanced one hundred and forty seven points up six tenths NASDAQ up fifty nine up eight tenths of one percent in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. Let's get a look at the Asia Pacific. Thirty two minutes past the hour. Doug krizner is looking at markets. We had a weaker dollar during the New York session. Some of that is tied to a week reading that we had on retail inflation. Bloomberg dollar spot index was down about three tenths of one percent. Interestingly the yen also pulled back against the dollar as well here, we are one eleven ninety five in dollar yen. And that is mildly supportive to Nikkei futures. Although the Chicago contract indicates that we're likely to see essentially a flat open when the Tokyo session is up. Running in about just under an hour and twenty five from now Chicago contract trading at twenty two thousand eight thirty five Paul Allen is in Sydney for a look at what's happening right now in New Zealand and a preview of the Australian session. Good morning, Paul. Yeah. Morning. Doug bit of a mixed picture right now, we got the ends off a little more than a tenth of one percent futures pointing higher by full tenths of one percent. And now the dust is settled from earning season. We have a report from komo's Bank Australia's largest companies paying out twenty eight and a half billion and dividends by October building last year and also outstrips the Bloomberg estimate seeing a bit of a recovery in the dollar is well just about to push through seventy two cents after Thursday's rather encouraging jobs numbers duck. All right. Thanks to Bloomberg's Paul Allen. Crude oil giving back some of the two days of gains that we have WTI dropping about two and a half percent in the New York session. Given the demand killing trade wars seem. Seems to be nowhere. Well, there's no sign of chilling. Let me put it that way. WTI now at sixty eight seventy nine rish to you. Thank you very much now hurricane Florence is expected to be making landfall on the US southeast coast in the next twenty four hours with the storms out to bands have already unloaded half. A foot of rain over the region. Businesses are bracing for the worst for that. And the other global news is index Iranian is New York rush. Thanks very much and good morning. That's right, hurricane Florence could. Also hit the economy hard one Bank. In fact, says it could be a one billion dollar hit to the region's agriculture sector. North Carolina is the top state in the nation for tobacco. It's also number two for hogs and chickens. Federal officials have also said at least nine nuclear facilities are threatened Duke Energy is shutting down its nuclear power plant. In fact, it's right in the path of the storm now wants Florence makes landfall it could bring. Thirteen foot ocean surge and forty inches of rain. There is some good news though. The storm has weakened from a category. Four storm to a cat to over the past day. But despite that President Trump did cause some confusion with a tweet saying we are completely ready for hurricane Florence as a storm gets even larger and more powerful. Meanwhile, President Trump did today push back against a report about the death toll from hurricane Maria that was one year ago in Puerto Rico on Twitter, he said three thousand people did not die. Several Republican lawmakers said they do believe the reports. Accuracy, Democrats and Puerto Rico's leaders did lamb bass the president also on Twitter Donald Trump attacked J P Morgan Chase. Ceo, Jamie, Dimon diamond you might remember boasted he's smarter than Trump and could beat him in an election. Trump wrote the problem with banker Jamie diamond running for president is that he doesn't have the aptitude or smarts. And is a poor public speaker and nervous mess. Otherwise, he is wonderful and looking. And looking ahead to the US congressional midterms in November Democrats chances for retaking. The Senate seemed to have brightened in Texas poll show, Texas, Senator Ted Cruz and democratic Representative beta Aurora locked in one of the tightest midterm races in the country and to democratic incumbents in states, Trump, one West Virginia and Indiana have now shown strength in recent polling making them better bets for reelection. And in defense New South Korea could be paying two point one billion dollars to buy six Boeing p eight patrol planes. The US State Department informed, congress of the plan. It will still require congressional approval next week South Korean president, moon Jae in and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN will meet for the third time. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and took on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. In New York, I'm Remy and Asensio. This is Bloomberg Brian. All right in is coming up on twenty two minutes before the top of. Of the hour. Let's bring in Dan Schwartzman with a look at sport. And we see Manchester City breaking new revenue records, Dan. That's correct Brian. They've become only the second Premier League club joining Manchester United to break the five hundred million pound revenue. Mark reporting earnings of five hundred point five million pounds, the only other clubs in the world to break the five hundred million pound Mark, besides of course city in the United are Real Madrid Munich and Barcelona Tottenham is going to be short handed for Saturday's match against Liverpool as both midfielder dealy Ali and goalkeeper Hugo Laura's haven't ruled out with injuries Laura's is dealing with a thigh injury. While he is battling a hamstring issue. And could even miss Tuesday's champion's league match up against the mirror reporting. That Paul has been promised by super agent me Raila that he would help the man you star moved allow league after three years in the Premier League which would be after this season both rail Madrid and Barcelona would be interested in the twenty five year old midfielder Green Bay Packers. Head coach Mike McCarthy says it isn't a certainty that quarterback Aaron Rodgers start Sunday against the Minnesota. The Vikings Roger injured his left knee in the season. Opening win over the Chicago Bears coming back into the game to engineer a fourth quarter comeback win throwing three touchdown passes. The newest nominees for the two thousand nineteen pro football hall of fame class have been announced with notable. I you're eligible players such as tight end Tony Gonzalez safety at read cornerback champ. Bailey and linebacker London Fletcher on the list list of one hundred and two names will be trained to twenty five semi finalists in November major league. Baseball scoreboard local teams in action. Bottom of the seventh inning. The nationals have just pushed across a run. They.
"victor li" Discussed on Manager Tools
"But if you saw the movie Pearl Harbor you saw normally doctors would do triage, but with the number of cases, the nurses went outside and the nurses decided based on how severe the wounds were, who lived in who died and triage was invented in wartime. And this is war. Then we'll use that analogy again here soon. And by the way, as an aside guys, Dan and I have love. D-d-d collaborating on this, and this cast has more input from anybody else other than me than we've ever had and thirteen years. Thanks to how high in high esteem I hold Dan and I'll hardy worked on this. So thank you did. Then he goes on over the coming days and weeks. Find the places where goals are not in line based on the the staff meeting and get them to work together. Yeah. What I did was I got to rich, I and said, let's talk about objectives because I really wanted to share what the CEO and hear what he was thinking and CFO as well. They were thinking as far as what the co, large corporate objectives were. Clearly, I knew that some of the Jack gives like get the pipeline in shape. Yeah, sure. For clean up the customer issues, get the software bugs out, you know, those sorts of things, but I didn't spend time drawing up goals. Gosh, had to be six weeks in. Yeah, I would argue that a lining. Internal goals is almost this is gonna sound way way too harsh for Darryl. Don't take the sarong way. Daryl. I think that's a case of fiddling while Rome burns because if we align all the internal goals and they're pointed northeast and rich is already said, we need to go south west or east or southeast all the energy around goal lineman is not going to be helpful, which makes me realize, I'll say it. We'll say it again that initial meeting with rich. The Dan has looted- to is a very important one. Number four schedule calls with more customers to get a better understanding of their needs and concerns yet. I like this. I wanted to let the customer see sense of urgency and commitment and that soon that becomes a two way street. And let's go after those bills. But I, you know, here's what we're doing. Here's how we're improving things. Here's our commitment. Would you agree Dan, that the general theme of customers here was much more about seeing them as in an issue of we need to collect from you rather than what your theme is, which is I'm going to go out. I'm going to, I'm going to connect with customers. I'm gonna tell them what we're gonna do. I'm gonna acknowledge that they have problems. I'm going to commit to them to fix it. I'm gonna make available my cell phone. I'm going to have in depth conversations with him if that's they want, but they're gonna know that everything relative to customers is my responsibility, and they're going to sense that I have every intention of fixing everything rather than my first calls being, hey, you owe some money. That's exactly right, Mark, I I, you know, I did the ladder. My. Hypothesis was there's a reason why there's a bad. Exactly. So Darryl well done. Thank you, sir. Next responded is Nick Goodman, Nick says designated interim executive team. Each of which reports directly to me weekly one on one. Have it meet twice weekly for ninety minutes CEO CFO VP product, which is who is Victor Li.
"victor li" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In a minute first reaction of vic hey rome sandwich you want about the guy but smack off would not be the same without victor li in vancouver all day long and that's not in dispute i don't care how much you hate that guy daddy venice much better with him i'm height i'm really glad to hear from him now i'm waiting on mike vick says come on rome you know mike and indies going to be there i don't know i hope i think a want him to but like i said i'm not gonna beg again i'm not gonna beg any of you to be in the most important day of the show most important day of the year for this show five grand hanging in the balance and title of king of smack you know what it is if you're good enough to be in it you know what it is this says nice call vic not andy from denver a not blast the subject is nice call vic the body is not at scott gratis tweets vic always hitting everyone with the smarmy truth that's off fan vicks voice is the audio representation of a pencil moustache that's good you like that hawk hey roger hawk dot that was funny guy with a porn stash laughing at a pencil moustache joe that's great hawk at hughes jeremiah tweets round isn't a shape vic dear jim it's great to have the mystery cleared up about whether or not vic is coming to the smack off as if it was ever a mystery but he didn't answer the question of why he got kicked off twitter and for all this talk about always being in shape pretty rich that he would make that claim considering he finished sixth and ninth in the last two smack offs check yourself vic you're getting a little flabby tony from iowa city.
"victor li" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"But i think if you bring in a saw defence offensive coordinator plus you have russell wilson who uh mask momma most of those up polls that you got on there and you fix up the defense your playoff team again so we'll see what they do but before i started the same ounce talking with tate and he's the guy that runs that put the place he does them may podcast check that one out to andy breads on the to my attention i'm going to be talking about after i make my nba picks all right so let's get into these nba patua here at the dallas mavericks first up facing off the charlotte hornets dallas zana backtoback hornets i don't think they gathered in play us today so i got the hornets in this when nothing went to warn its to it's looking like they might be trading kemba walker at the trade deadline so they can like they finally realise you know up wages spin on have it this year we're not going to be a good team we need to start rebuilding so watch for kemba walker to believe in the hornets this season but i got them being the mavericks then we get the miami heat facing off with the indiana pacers victor li depots back meyer he's on a backtoback i got the pacers in this one old depot when the pacers route there and or when the only depots out there with paces that's a four or five seed in the east right there with no question so i got them there we got the utah jazz face and over to washington wizards donovan mitchell's pretty much all of a utah's offense and i gotta the wizards i'm taking john wall aand bradley bill verses them we got the detroit pistons facing off with the brooklyn nets i don't know which way to go with this pick detroit is inconsistent brooklyn competes can win on any given day i'm gonna go with this is tough right here this is like that one pick i'm going to get all these other ones right this is like this one pick right here um.
"victor li" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Nine four tips a reallife crime draw a crime drama unfolded near the set of a movie being filmed in the south end police arrested a man suspected of larceny and carjacking witnesses had told police that victor li of dorchester had stolen a woman's purse near shawmut avenue one union park street he jumped into the passenger side of a stopped car but was quickly surrounded by police officers officials say lee through a knife out of the vehicle nearly hitting an officer before he was pepper sprayed and that arrested police are not leaving harvey weinstein alone cbs's steve futterman says newark is asians of triggering another investigation los angeles police are the latest to launch an investigation yesterday they interviewed a 38yearold italian muddle actress she accuses harvey weinstein of raping her in 2013 that falls well within the statute of limitations also coming forward oscarwinning actress the pita young go she accuses weinstein of sexually harassing her for a number of years actor tom hanks says he believes the weinstein controversy as a watershed moment his last name will become a noun and a verb it'd be on identifying a moniker for a state of being for which there is a before and an end today there is an apology from director quentin tarantino who's worked with weinstein on a number of projects he says he had heard allegations for years including some from his former girlfriend mira sorvino but says he did nothing he says he is a shame and a group of staffers at the weinstein company have signed a letter saying they didn't know they were working for what they call the cereal sexual predator about thirty workers calling themselves select members of the weinstein coventy staff said in the letter that they knew of weinstein's infamous ten emperor.
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"Four trillion dollar budget resolution the blueprint pass along party lines with a fifty one to forty nine majority president trump calls it a first step towards delivering massive tax cuts for the american people amid criticism from white house chief of staff general john kelly florida congresswoman frederica wilson says she's done talking about a controversy the phone call from president trump to the wife of a fallen soldier wilson says the incident has become totally personnel and allow anaemia weather pattern could produce a milder winter four new england in other news now i judge has ordered the mgm hotel to preserve any evidence from this month's massacre in las vegas cbs news correspondent john lang glare explains how the resort's lawyer handled the mattering court attorney brad bryant said the mgm has copies of everything given to law enforcement in pictures of the suspects room grind himself says he was in that room last night in the broken windows and biohazard left behind has to be cleaned up what remain james will be preserved both frankly unsafety even its current condition in the end a judge ruled in favor of the request though both sides have to narrow it down in a statement mgm resorts says it has no plans to rent out the room used by the shooter a hot pursuit by worcester police leads to charges for an out of control driver that suspect allegedly ran two city cruisers before speeding off on the turnpike wbz's lanta jones has details of the man's capture and arrest state police put stops takes on the highway to flatten the tires of the suspect in quickly it took him into custody state police were notified after worcester officers attempted to speak to the man about a risk training water violation and he stepped on the gas scanner audio courtesy of broadcast fi heart dragnet backed away whenever he took off a pair of what the officer was unhurt here five eager great there is okay it's crazy go back up okay democrat off our queen that har and the crew is there i was able to get out of the way so i'm not struck by the car but i was gonna cod landed jones wbz newsradio 1030 arraignment is scheduled today for dorchester man accused of larceny among other charges victor li is accused of advancing towards police.
"victor li" Discussed on Pop Shop
"I got a day when we went to new york or played at the end it was not very good for a couple of then took part being that thing renew girls from my record atlanta my friend sonia victor li path to cancer and i will always cherish that moment uh and i know you know she put down and cherishing do you know she wanted to be on the live because she want wanted people to know that you can still be strong and have ditch for cancer and it was pretty special and then after me and a mark bronson went up on the the top of the roof and we sang angel down our to a giant crowd of people in the streets and the song is really about the world and about how it's important to the loving during a tumultuous time and caring about you know the angel down and picking them up and as you know it was really special everybody was thinking in the street it was there was awesome you know all the songs on joanna have been really personal to you in obviously a really emotional um you know how will this year's dive bird show be different now that fans have had eight months with the joanne album instead of it just being the first time they hear some of the songs like it was last year right well you know de la pierra i they they were informed by the fact that the fan hadn't heard a lot of the material yet so i approached them more like a sort of bhutto to elect oh pop underground moment uh as opposed to just you know me at the piano let this time around for dive barak tour i and conflict it'd be even more internet than it was the last time i really want to break the song down and talk to the audience even more and just you know thing the hell out of my tongue.
"victor li" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Get some breaking news right now we're getting reports out of the wall street journal that cashing is said to be planning retiring by next year according to the wall street journal citing people familiar with the matter at this point it's been my colleague angela you spoke with him last year that's was there any sense that he was planning on stepping down that he was the first time we're hearing about a specific date but to be clear mr lee has always talked about eventually retiring the reality of the business it's the reality of life and we in fact discuss that face to face when i sat down with him last hearings office in seventy four here of changkang building in fact i've learned death through my sources that in fact he is at his desk right now he's watching this wall street journal story with rather the news meant because right now he is in very much in charge he often does talk about his retirement plans with a lot of people but he also stresses his confidence in the leadership that is there right now specifically his son victor li at the helm he remains in very good health he remains very positive about the direction of cheung kong holdings and so right now what i'm learning is that he is watching all of this at this wall street journal story which is not necessarily official and also what sources close to the matter that i'm todd with say this is of course you're footage from his chat with him last year so that is desk that's what your your contacts jelly upstairs in the same building we are here a doctor was just in case though doctors about who is next to my home here what would be victor li there's already a leadership in place right now as a succession there is already a succession plan and that leadership is very much solidly in place mr lee as certainly said that when i spoke to him last year that even if he does at some point consider stepping down and in which case of course that is huge news he will very much still be involved and they might have to chase them out he jokingly said so once again this wall street journal story is not official i it's believed at least from his office.