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Fresh update on "walgreens" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:29 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "walgreens" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Facts matter. I'm Jessica Edinburgh. CNBC, Wall Street is poised for losses on this last morning of June trading. The first half of the year ends today in the S&P 500 Index is set to close out its worst first half performance in more than 50 years. An inflation gauge closely tracked by the Federal Reserve was up 4.7% in May slowing slightly from May of last year. The fed likes to use the personal consumption expenditures data as they debate, how fast and how high to raise the interest rates. Consumers spent slightly more from April to May, consumer spending was up two tenths of 1%, but that is seen as sluggish as inflation takes a toll on household budgets. Walgreens out with better than expected quarterly sales and profit this morning because of strong online sales although its shares were lower in the pre market. Krispy Kreme will give you a free iHeart America donut through Monday. If you walk in wearing red, white and blue. Jessica edinger CNBC. You're the CNBC business updates each weekday at 9 30, 1230 and four 30. Now, your WCT a 20 Chicago traffic

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Fresh update on "walgreens" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:30 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "walgreens" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"A Bloomberg money minute. It will be another week before spirit airline shareholders decide whether to back JetBlue's takeover bid or stick with an existing deal with frontier airlines. Spirit has delayed the vote that was scheduled for today, saying executives need more time for talks with frontier and JetBlue that vote is now set for a week from tomorrow. Americans personal incomes increased as expected last month, the government says in comes rose half a percent in May, a two tenths percent increase in consumer spending fell short of forecasts. Walgreens reports a bigger than expected profit for the latest quarter, COVID-19 testing and vaccinations continue to draw customers into drug stores, Walgreens says that administered nearly 5 million vaccinations and nearly 4 million tests over the last three months. The gaming company niantic is cutting 85 to 90 jobs niantic created Pokémon go in 2016. Stock futures are lower. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. If

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Fresh update on "walgreens" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:51 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "walgreens" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Chance percent or 19 cents at a $109 96 cents a barrel. Comex gold down a tenth of a percent or $2 ten cents at 1815, 40 announce. The Euro one O four three four against the dollar British round 1.2134 and the N one 36.16, looking at Bitcoin, it's down almost 6% at $19,019. And today we get reports on personal income and spending at 8 30 Wall Street time, along with the weekly report on initial jobless claims and Walgreens Boots Alliance among companies scheduled to report earnings today. As a Bloomberg business flash, now here's Michael Barr with more on what's going on around the world. Michael good morning. Good morning, Karen. The House committee investigating last year's assault on the U.S. capitol says it had subpoenaed former White House counsel pat saponi to appear on July 6th for closed door deposition. Cipollone has emerged in recent weeks as a subject of interest by many members who say he was at the center of a number of events related to the attack on January 6th. Israel's parliament has voted to dissolve itself sending the country to the polls for the 5th time in less than four years. In baseball, the Yankees beat the a's 5 three, the mets lost along with the nationals Orioles and giants, the Red Sox won. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries, Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg. Nathan. Okay, Michael, thanks. It's 5 19 on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is Bloomberg daybreak as we get ready to close the books on the first half of 2022. We want to get a little bit more now on the latest economic data out of China since what's happening in the world's second biggest economy way so heavily into the global recovery and occurring is with us this morning chief Asia economics correspondent for Bloomberg news. And good morning, we got manufacturing and services activity now, both showing signs of expansion in China. How big a deal is this, given all the factory lockdowns we've seen in big cities in China, particularly on the manufacturing side of the PMI data. So the official PMI data rolls over 60 American sorts back in positive territory. That would stand to reason making like you say because the factories are reopening things are getting going again. The more interesting story with the non manufacturing side of things, it serves as stage there, hit its highest in more than a year. That was mostly down to a recovery in logistics. So trucks and transportation has improved as a restriction that is up over the last few weeks. But on the service side, there's still time of weakness too. We know that in especially in the catering and eating outside of a headline is PMI is back in positive territory that does speak the idea that China's economy is at the bottom and that it is recovering. But nobody's looking at these numbers today and pulling out a V shaped recovery for China and agent. Now, what does this tell you about how services at least at this point is recovering at least based on the index data more quickly than the manufacturing side you tend to think of China being much more of a manufacturing powerhouse than a consumer driven economy? Yes. Logistics really was kind of skewed the service inside of the non manufacturing side. There is a pickup of course in catering. There is a picked up and entertainment. There is a pickup in Rand lane, air transportation, but it's up transportation side of it up kind of skewing the overall service inside of things. On a performance use on a foreign in China is at a record high. And we know that there's still pretty much subdued mood among consumers. We see that in the monthly retail sales data. They're not showing exhibiting any kind of animal spirits just yet. So I think that others say all of these numbers speak to this idea of a stabilizing economy funding and so you can talk to the authorities that these numbers show that the economy has brought in that now. But I think the point is we're not seeing any runaway rebound on the service side of things. And in fact, even manufacturing may note that if you, there are warning times, Derek, beyond China's COVID Europe policy, there are warnings that global demand is weakening. So eventually that's going to hit the Chinese manufacturers. And that's another headwind coming their way. Yeah, interesting point to make there. I got to wonder whether we're seeing something of a sign of recovery just from the fact that Chinese president Xi Jinping is leaving the mainland as away from the mainland pretty much for the first time since the pandemic began. He's in Hong Kong this morning. Yes, we haven't gone very far, I guess in the mainland of which he said I suppose I came here to talk to me and he got off his high speed train and in brief remarks he was basically talking upon. He spoke about how it's been reborn from the ashes. It's showing bigger and vitality. He spoke about how his heart is always with the Hong Kong pages and he talked up the city's whole country through systems at the end. This is a mentoring idea that Hong Kong is just pocket of China that has so much autonomy from Beijing, but of course that's obviously come under a lot of stress in the recent years with good pivotal crock down and a big crackdown on the civil liberties. Nonetheless, he arrived, the usual fanfare, Skillshare minimizing flags or the line dance. He's all around town now two very functions. He is here to speak again tomorrow, swearing in of Hong Kong's new chief executive that essentially like a mayor. So we might get more substantive comments from him there and just what he does what role we do see for Hong Kong going forward. Of course, this is coming to mark the 25th anniversary since the handover of Hong Kong from the UK with she now back in Hong Kong and what does this visit say about Mainland China's grip on the city? Where is the pro democracy movement at this point? They're not on the streets. And that's self evidence and indeed many of them are in jail. But with no doubt that it's symbolically important and have the president of China visiting Hong Kong and clearly they've done here to send a message to the rest of the world. And the message from their perspective was clearly that Hong Kong is in major international financial and

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Jesse Watters: Why Are We Feeding Illegals Before Americans?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | Last month

Jesse Watters: Why Are We Feeding Illegals Before Americans?

"Jesse watters had his own unique take on this reprehensible situation yesterday on Fox News channel. Why are we feeding illegal babies ahead of American babies? Why can illegals get baby formula from border agents, but we can't get it at Walgreens? Does any of this make sense? None of this is rocket science. For instance, we have oil in Alaska. Gas. Just broke a record. It's almost what? Four 50 a gallon? What is Joe Biden do today? Shuts down a massive oil lease in the state of Alaska. Is anybody in The White House thinking? Inflation is at a record high. So how about we stop spending and stop printing? Right? It's the same thing with defund the police. We want to treat everybody on the street with respect, but we want to give the police the tools to fight crime. Everybody agrees with that. Judge jeanine said the other day, mayor Adams and Manhattan, taken thousands of guns off the street, but the crime is going up. Why? Because we're not taking the criminals off the street.

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Walgreens Reaches $683 Million Opioid Settlement With Florida

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Walgreens Reaches $683 Million Opioid Settlement With Florida

Why We Need to Fund, and Not Defund the Police

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Why We Need to Fund, and Not Defund the Police

"Katie king and the San Jose spotlight June 26th, 2020, congressman Khanna, explaining that police officers are a necessary part of society, Khan has said defunding the police didn't mean disbanding law enforcement altogether. But the representatives said it was time to examine whether funding is being appropriately distributed among police and other social services like education and affordable housing. Okay, that's two years ago, right after George Floyd, two years later, we have rising crime terrible, terrible crime in the inner city. Don't we need more funding for the police police as opposed to redistributing their funding? Yes, we do. At a meeting with the police chiefs in my district in San Jose and Sunnyvale and Fremont, about a year ago, we've got I'm sure you've read some of these terrible smash and break in crime smash and grab prime. And they said, we need more police. And I agree with that. And I think we need to uphold the rule of law. Not for ruining a young person's life if they break into a Walgreens, but I'm also not for you can do that and not have accountability and do that three, four times. And not face prosecution.

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Amazon's voice assistant Alexa to start seeking doctor help

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Amazon's voice assistant Alexa to start seeking doctor help

"If you're looking for quick medical advice Amazon's Alexa will soon be able to summon a doctor Hey Alexa can you connect me with the doctor Amazon is working with telemedicine provider Teladoc health launching a voice activated virtual care program to get customers medical help without even having to pick up a phone the service on Amazon's echo is only for non emergencies customers tell Alexa they want to talk to a doctor and that prompts a call back from one of Teladoc visitations retail analysts say that insurers and employers are pushing for telemedicine because of the cost reductions Walmart CVS and Walgreens are also beefing up their retail medical services I'm Jackie Quinn

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Is Covid Testing Unnecessary at This Point?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 6 months ago

Is Covid Testing Unnecessary at This Point?

"Now, some people, I guess many people judge him by my text messages on the MyPillow text line, are anti chest. You don't want to get well, you just want everybody to get it. Well, the FDA commissioner said the other day, everybody is going to get it. So maybe you're right, maybe testing is stupid, but don't you want to know if you've got COVID? I sure do? That's what I did when fourth week of the run of Annie. I was so worried about mission performances. I'm flying back and forth from South Carolina to Tampa, there I am taking a COVID test, positive. Now, people are calling me bonkers for thinking testing makes sense. I mean, honest to goodness. I don't quite get that. To me testing is, and you can get these. I'm going to tell you right now, if you're in a CVS, Dwayne Reed, Walgreens, buy a couple of test kits. Buy as many as you can. Or am I all wet on my

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Jen Psaki Breaks With Progressives on Smash-and-Grab Robberies: 'We Don't Agree'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:27 min | 7 months ago

Jen Psaki Breaks With Progressives on Smash-and-Grab Robberies: 'We Don't Agree'

"Is wrong. This crime surge is happening and we must not look the other way. Here was Jen Psaki yesterday in this exchange with Fox News channels Jackie Heinrich. Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot appeared to pass the blame on to retailers for these smashing grads saying that she's disappointed that these stores are not for the security officers who plays them working cameras and chaining up Cayenne bags, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, congresswoman said earlier this week also that she doubted allegations of organized retail thefts which you believed it was a Walgreens in California that cited it with a giant didn't back it up. Does the president believe that organized retail theft is really happening and should it be on the stores themselves to take action to prevent it? Well, we don't agree. And I think our actions and the work that we have had in working with the Justice Department, the FBI and federal law enforcement show that we take, we have seen some of these extremely video extremely disturbing videos showing retail thefts and both major retailers as well as state and local leaders like governor Newsom have identified this as a serious concern. We agree. That's the reason why we have sent additional support from the FBI, providing additional assistance. It's one of the reasons why we have also been the president and members of our administration have been long time advocates for supporting and funding the cops program something where the president proposed almost 300 million in additional assistance through his budget from what it was last year and why we have also provided money to get a Friday provided financial assistance to get money to hire 50 more police officers through the cops program that the president has championed in places like San Francisco and additional 20 officers in Los Angeles. So I think his record speaks for itself on this. We are going to continue to advocate for supporting programs like the cops program, ensuring that our law enforcement are good partners as we're working to address these retail thefts across the country. I'm no fan of the Biden administration. I'm no fan of The White House press secretary, but that's the right answer. It is. We got to stop this insanity of progressives trying to convince the country we shouldn't believe our line eyes. This crime wave the surge in crime is real.

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Michigan beats Ohio State 42-27, ends 8-game skid in rivalry

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Michigan beats Ohio State 42-27, ends 8-game skid in rivalry

"The school record with five rushing touchdowns believes you get the number from the list again press number two Ohio state forty two twenty seven Michigan carried a one point lead in the and please state the vehicles on trips inside the tent the Walgreens defense forced two statements to open the second half price counted my husband would push the lead to fifteen heading to the fourth quarter until myself I'm I'm not going down you know we got a win win this ballgame I just kept telling myself that and just looked it up but then back my mind Michigan improves to eleven and one when the big ten east will play in its first of the big ten championship game Ohio state seventy the Michigan

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CVS, Walmart and Walgreens are responsible for role in opioid crisis, jury finds

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

CVS, Walmart and Walgreens are responsible for role in opioid crisis, jury finds

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a jury holds three pharmacy chains responsible for their role in the opioid crisis a federal jury has returned a verdict against CVS Walgreens and Walmart pharmacies saying the recklessly distributed massive amounts of pain pills fueling the opioid crisis into Ohio counties in the lawsuit lake and Trumbull county's blamed the three chain pharmacies for not cutting off the flood of pills that caused hundreds of overdose deaths and cost each of the county's about one billion dollars according to their attorney damages

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New hurdle for COVID-19 home testing -- the holiday season

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

New hurdle for COVID-19 home testing -- the holiday season

"Millions more home test for covert are hitting store shelves but will there be enough for Americans hoping to screen themselves before holiday gatherings after weeks of shortages chains like CVS and Walgreens now say they have ample supplies and recently lifted limits on how many can be purchased the shift comes after test makers ramped up production spurred by more than three billion in new purchasing contracts and assistance from the government despite the improving picture health experts warn that a winter surge could easily overwhelm supplies especially at holiday gatherings in colder weather continue sparking new outbreaks and they note the U. S. is still far from having the kind of cheap or free widespread testing scene in some European countries that were early adopters of the technology I'm Julie Walker

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Roll up your sleeves: Kids' turn arrives for COVID-19 shots

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Roll up your sleeves: Kids' turn arrives for COVID-19 shots

"Young children are already getting the visor cove it vaccine now that the CDC has given final approval minutes after the CDC gave the okay on Tuesday night for children ages five to eleven to get the Fizer shots Hartford hospital in Connecticut vaccinated seven little children and three more early Wednesday one little girl squeezed her eyes shut a little boy barely flinched as they got their shots other waiting kids applauded Walgreens pharmacies will start vaccinating children on Saturday parents can sign up now CVS is also accepting appointments this means sleepovers play dates and family get togethers put off for more than a year we'll be back on the agenda now for many children along with a chance for fewer school interruptions I'm Rita folate

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 Jury gets chance to hear Elizabeth Holmes' bold promises

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Jury gets chance to hear Elizabeth Holmes' bold promises

"A federal jury in San Jose California weighing the fate of fallen Silicon Valley star Elizabeth Holmes has heard audio evidence in her fraud trial federal prosecutors played a series of recordings of all of the calls boasting to investors about what she claimed was a breakthrough in blood testing technology buyer firm Theranos the government alleges that homes due to sophisticated investors and major retailers about a bogus device called Edison the machine was supposed to be able to use a few drops of blood to scan for hundreds of potential health problems the flurry of investments at one point totaled nine billion dollars with their nose while not being in only forty Walgreen's stores after it invested millions if convicted almost could face up to twenty years in prison I Norman hall

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Walgreens Says It's Closing Five SF Stores Due to Crime

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:45 min | 8 months ago

Walgreens Says It's Closing Five SF Stores Due to Crime

"It's an interesting question I posed here given that they are shutting down these Walgreens and targets in San Francisco. And due to theft theft is due to the fact that the Democrats are okay with theft. I hereby announce I risk my reputation as a thinker as a broadcaster as a decent human. When I state to you, theft is okay with the Democratic Party. Okay? So let's be clear, clarity is the essence of truth. The Democratic Party in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia is okay with stealing. Is that clear? If it isn't clear, you're lying to yourself and I can't help that. But I'm not lying to myself. That is how low we have gotten. In the moral sphere in this country. One of the two major parties is okay with stealing. Indeed, it makes it possible. Low lifes like George Soros fund people who are okay with stealing. That George Soros has the respect of Democrats tells you only one thing and that is the low level of morality in the Democratic Party. The man is loathsome, truly loathsome. He funds people who do not prosecute theft. But they laugh, they laugh at us religious folks who actually believe that do not steal comes from God. Oh, how silly dilly. You silly, religious people believe that God is against theft. Makes us Democrats laugh. You make us laugh your religious people. We are the sophisticates. Walgreens is closing 22 locations. KPIX channel 5 rereads back to Walgreens for clarification and Walgreens clearly stated the closure of all 22 store locations is directly due to an increase in retail theft.

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Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've tucked on this before, but it's getting worse and worse from what I understand. Organized retail crime is on the big time uprise. In fact, Walgreens has announced they're going to close some stores in San Francisco because the crime has gotten so bad. The biggest problem of course we have number one, staffing issues. Two, with business being up and down, they don't staff them well enough when they do have the people. So number three that makes it a good time for people who are organized in their crime to come in and just start stealing things. I've seen this happen throughout the years at Walmart's where organized crime rings come in and start stealing stuff just grabbing stuff off the racks and running out the door. Now sure a lot of the drugs are locked up behind the counter, the razor blade isles, they're locked up too, but that doesn't stop people. Because what they're doing is stealing the goods and either selling it on places like Facebook marketplace or selling it on eBay or even opening up Amazon stores and reselling those kinds of things, and right now with the economy right now with the disparity that's going on in our world. We're told it could get worse for both retail and for the retail public, and that's scary.

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Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've tucked on this before, but it's getting worse and worse from what I understand. Organized retail crime is on the big time uprise. In fact, Walgreens has announced they're going to close some stores in San Francisco because the crime has gotten so bad. The biggest problem of course we have number one, staffing issues. Two, with business being up and down, they don't staff them well enough when they do have the people. So number three that makes it a good time for people who are organized in their crime to come in and just start stealing things. I've seen this happen throughout the years at Walmart's where organized crime rings come in and start stealing stuff just grabbing stuff off the racks and running out the door. Now sure a lot of the drugs are locked up behind the counter, the razor blade isles, they're locked up too, but that doesn't stop people. Because what they're doing is stealing the goods and either selling it on places like Facebook marketplace or selling it on eBay or even opening up Amazon stores and reselling those kinds of things, and right now with the economy right now with the disparity that's going on in our world. We're told it could get worse for both retail and for the retail public, and that's scary.

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 Theft-plagued Walgreens closing 5 more San Francisco stores

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Theft-plagued Walgreens closing 5 more San Francisco stores

"Walgreens is closing more stores in San Francisco the company says organized retail theft is causing it to close five more stores it's another blow to a city that has earned a reputation for widespread and brazen shoplifting a company spokesman says despite increases in security theft of the San Francisco stores is five times the Walgreens average last year Walgreens close one store where the chain said it was losing one thousand dollars a day to Phelps SF gate reports the company is closed at least ten stores in San Francisco since the start of twenty nineteen I'm

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Trial against pharmacy chains' opioid sales set to begin

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Trial against pharmacy chains' opioid sales set to begin

"Testimony gets underway today in a federal trial aimed at penalizing major drug store chains for how they dispensed addictive pain killers two Ohio counties are suing retailer CVS Walgreens Walmart and giant eagle claiming they've created a public nuisance by selling some one hundred forty one million prescription pain killing drugs between the years twenty twelve and twenty sixteen and that the cost of abatement for the opioid addiction crisis is about a billion dollars for each county defense attorneys say the pharmacies were filling prescriptions written by doctors for patients with a legitimate medical need and that federal guidelines were followed right aid settled its lawsuit for an undisclosed amount I'm Jackie Quinn

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Pharmacies face 1st trial over role in opioid crisis

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Pharmacies face 1st trial over role in opioid crisis

"In a bellwether federal trial starting Monday some big name chain pharmacies go to court for their first trial over what their role was in the opioid crisis from twenty twelve to twenty sixteen so many prescription painkillers were dispensed in Lake County Ohio the amount equal to two hundred and sixty five pills for every resident according to officials and in nearby trouble it was four hundred pills for every resident attorney say the overdose epidemic has cost each county at least a billion dollars they're suing CVS Walgreens giant eagle and Walmart who say they were merely filling prescriptions pharmacy chain rite aid settled with the counties the trial as part of a broader constellation of federal opioid lawsuits about three thousand and all that have been consolidated I'm Julie Walker

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Cherokee Nation reaches $75M settlement with drug companies

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Cherokee Nation reaches $75M settlement with drug companies

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Cherokee Nation reaches a settlement with three drug companies the Cherokee Nation has announced a seventy five million dollar settlement with three opioid distributors resolving opioid related claims against the companies the settlement the largest in Cherokee Nation history is with McKesson corporation cardinal health and AmerisourceBergen drug corporation the settlement will be paid out over six and a half years in a lawsuit filed in twenty seventeen Cherokee Nation alleged the three companies and several pharmacy companies contributed to an epidemic of prescription opioid abuse Cherokee Nation also has claims against Walmart Walgreens and CVS that are pending hi Mike Rossio

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"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

"From laundry. This is episode. Two of theranos from american scan on the next episode news of fraud and corruption inside theranos reaches an investigative reporter a wall street journal with the press closing in elizabeth. Holmes does everything she can to keep the facts from week. Now.

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"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

06:27 min | 10 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

"It's early two thousand fourteen and tyler scholtz heading down a hallway theranos headquarters. He's on his way to a meeting with daniel young the company's head of bio mathematics and the two are planning to discuss tyler's concerns about their noses technology for schultz. There's an alarming disconnect between what he sees as an employee what the rest of the world believes about the company whenever he google theranos he finds euphoric articles claiming that theranos blood tests are cheaper faster and more accurate than conventional technologies. But that's not what schultz's found working in the lab. So he wants to get some answers to figure out of. His concerns are actually justifying schultz. Reaches young's office and gives a quick knock your shulte centers. The office where he finds young sitting at a computer typing tyler. Elizabeth said you had some questions for. Yes yes i do and thank you for making the time. I'm hoping you can explain some of the weird results. I've been saying i can't promise that but i'll try gone. Schultz takes out his notepad which is covered in equations. Oh you've done your homework tyler. Well yeah. I've been looking at our test for syphilis and When we tested samples that were known to be positive. We were only correct sixty five percent of the time now. The number does go up to eighty percent if we run a second test but in our reports say ninety five percent accurate. Ch- can i see scholz. Hands young has no Yeah okay. I see what's going on so you have to understand that. Sometimes tests are inconclusive. And so those results factored and that's the discrepancy in your calculations and the reports way so inconclusive tests are just are just thrown out so sorry results will look better young shifts in his seat. His expression remaining inscrutable. I think misunderstanding. Talk but will reclaiming theranos tests are cheaper and faster. We're also saying that they're more accurate than conventional technologies. I mean that's what we told the wall street journal. But but you're saying it's not true tyler. That's that's just elizabeth. She does something balancing when she's talking to reports. Concern you at all frankly. Some of us don't have time to concern. When do you have the time to be concerned about the proficiency tests. Were running them using other companies equipment. We're not even reporting results from our own technology. What's the issue the issue is that it's illegal it has to be. We're running tests using other people's technology. Making it seem like we're actually using theranos tyler. That's just what we have to do. Right now proficiency tests. They require labs to compare their results to their peers but our devices are cutting edge. We don't have any peers so we can't use conventional methods that doesn't make any sense. I'm sorry but frankly that's why you're not working on regulatory issues complicated. They'll look. I can't offer anything more. So i think is that you should head back to your desk and focus on what you do. Best engineering biology. If you've got other concerns though you know where to find schultz size he looks away. It's no use pressing this any further. So he rises and leaves the office. Few minutes later schultz back at his. He supposed to keep working but after that meeting with young his stomach is in knots. Young is one of the top employees at theranos what he's casually dismissing a series of obvious concerns. The company's leaders are not telling the truth about the accuracy of their technology. And if they're willing to live on something so basic scholz can only imagine bounce. They're hiding if you'll shaken at first. He doesn't know what to do. Slowly his head grows clear schultz realizes that he has not ligation. It's time to start talking both to his co workers and people outside theros. It's march thirty first. Two thousand fourteen in palo alto california. Sunlight peeks through the blinds bedroom where everything is silent and still suddenly. There's a ding announcing the arrival of a new email tyler schultz shoots up in bed and opens his bloodshot eyes. His mouth is hot and his body aches after a long night of tossing and turning. He probably got a few hours asleep. But that wasn't enough to shake the feeling of panic. Shelters raised concerns with both daniel young analysts homes and both times. He got the sense that they didn't want to hear his warnings. He's afraid that by raising red flags he could be the next person fired at theranos but schultz even more afraid of what will happen if he does nothing. He was brought up to the right thing. And in the case of theranos the right thing means protecting innocent patients from a medical technology that is not ready for the public. So schultz escalated his campaign. He began by setting up an anonymous email account. Then he emailed a director at the new york state department of health in his email described. How a lamb he works at may not have been properly assessing whether it's technology actually works. He wanted to get an expert's opinion of the matter. He's been waiting for a reply. Schultz gets out of bed and is computer when he checks his inbox. His heart skips a beat. There's a message from stephanie. Showman the director of the new york state department of health according to showman schultz's right the practices that he described are in fact a form of cheating that violates state and federal rules. Scholtz has two choices. He can come forward and name the lab that he described or he can file an anonymous complaint with the state schultz fingers hover over the keyboard. If he goes forward with either of these choices if he names theranos in a complained could destroy the company that he worked for and he could humiliate his grandfather. Who is one of elizabeth home. Strongest supporters schultz does nothing the consequences could be dire for countless people across the country. That's something he can't let happen. So schultz begins typing. You will file a complaint and he will blow the whistle on theranos.

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"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

07:03 min | 10 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

"Several months later tyler scholtz sets down a glass pipette and yawns into his gloved hand. The day has gotten late but scholz is still at work and theranos his land and it doesn't look like his work is going to end anytime soon for our schultz has been standing here evaluating the accuracy of theranos blood testing technology. But no matter what he does. He keeps getting the same problematic results. Schultz quincy is an exhaustion. Maybe he's doing something wrong. Everyone says that their nose has the most cutting edge technology. So how could keep failing schultz. Doesn't know what he can do differently. So he returns to his work ready to pick up where he left off but as he reaches four another pipette schultz over here is a quiet conversation from across the room scoots his chair back spots the clinical lab team another workgroup sharing the space. They're whispering among themselves as they process. Patient samples scholtz knows. He's supposed to ignore them. But it's late with no barrier between them. Schultz can't help stop. It sounds like they're about their noses devices. One person says that they've been flunking quality control tests. Someone else adds that sunny bhawani theranos executive has been pressuring him to ignore these failures. And just keep running. Tests schultz shocked. He's heard that theranos noses blood testing devices have been seeing some problems and he's experienced issues firsthand but ignoring failures in quality control on real patients tests that level of dishonesty something else entirely as he debates what to do schultz suddenly catches the eye of someone in the clinical lab team quickly. He turns back to his lab station pretending to focus. He hopes he wasn't just caught snooping but even if he was. There's a bigger issue. Here it sounds like there may be something fraudulent happening at theranos. And if that's true. He has to tell elizabeth homes as eeo. She has a right to know. It's early two thousand fourteen and elizabeth homes as interoffice daring large calendar on the wall. It's covered with notes about all the big events coming up soon. There's the opening of theranos wellness centers clinics hosting the companies blood testing devices partnerships with pharmaceutical companies and meeting after meeting with investors homes turns away from the calendar giant grin. On her face years ago she set out to build. Theranos into a juggernaut. She wanted to revolutionize medicine to make a name for herself as a pioneer in the tech industry. That's it stands now homes on track to achieve those lofty ambitions. Theranos is technology. Could be in one hundred clinics by next year. Homes has the world's attention the only thing left to do his fixed the remaining issues with technology itself and it's not a minor problem but it is fixable. A homes is eager to get past these issues and engineering as homes returns to her desk. She notices tyler. Schultz approaching from the hallway is dirty blond hair. Pushback homes gathers her thoughts schultz recently sent an email that sounded like he was planning to sound an alarm about their noses blood testing devices for any other employee. She would quickly dismissed concerns and turn to something else more pressing. but schultz's grandfather sits on theranos board so homes has to tread carefully homes waves schultz and he steps into her office. Hey tyler thanks for stopping by hoping we'd get a chance to talk on god to hear that you have a seat reggie meal. I could tell you. Were alarmed. But i just want to assure you. I have my eye on this entire company. Nothing gets past me and everything's going to be fine. One thing. We cannot do is raise unfounded concerns with investors or the board and as we both know you have a direct line. No honestly i. I wasn't planning to talk with my grandfather. I think we'll we'll that's the right call board members. They're not involved in the day to day kinds of stuff that goes on here. it's just not their responsibility. I understand that's not what's on my mind. I wanted to talk to you to tell you about some issues. I found okay tile. Well for one thing. There are some very big variations in the test. Results testing people's blonde. The results were supposed to be consistently accurate but these variations been more than ten percents. That's way more than we claim. I don't know what you mean. We will never make that kind of claim but we do. I don't think come over here. Take look scholz. Approaches the desk and homes clicks over to the theranos website as she scrolls through it schultz sponsor right there coefficient of variation less than ten percent out tyler. You're not reading the fine print when you scroll down further there. That claim refers to our vitamin d. Test it's not a blanket. Promise tyler you've got nothing to worry about. We're not breaking our promises to our partners or our customers. Now that's all you wanted to bring up down. Glad we had the chance to talk. But i do have a very busy day. Home starts to usher scholtz to the door. But then he stops. Flip before i go. I just wanna be clear that i'm concerned. Our company is exaggerating the accuracy of our technology. Tyler i understand your concern. Frankly that's good shows you care but look this would take a long time to walk you through all the intricacies and i don't have the time talk with daniel young our vp biometrics. He should be able to clear things the look at me. Everything's gonna be okay promise. Scholtz looks like he's about to protest but then he catches himself a not home smiles and takes a deep breath and schultz office. He was raising serious red flags and with his grandfather on their noses board. This could have been some sort of crisis. 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"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

06:33 min | 10 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

"Hearing the suggestion homes looks away. Shakes her head. She tells being that it's not an option. They cannot delay. They're going to have to fix this airplane as they fly it. Beam shudders at the analogy. He could be held personally liable for any faulty test results. He can't risk that so he leans forward in his shoes a demand. It's not just that she should delay the launch homes. Must call it off their home shakes her head again looking bidder and weary she explains that theranos is only currency is its promise. Postponing the launch could damage their reputation beyond repair. It's not a decision. She's willing to make being begins to try again but homes raises her hand to silence with her voice quivering. She tells being that somehow everything will be fine. Homes ushers beam out of her office and into the hallway for a moment being just stands there watching homes through the glass door. She puts on a pair of headphones and soon as nodding along to music or is closed. Beam stares in disbelief homes this habit of sticking her head in the sand more than naive. It's dangerous there. Noses careening toward outright fraud. Patient's lives red stink. Someone has to speak up and put a stop to this. The only question is whether being himself has the strength to take on their nose and elizabeth homes. Do you ever feel like you're being followed around the internet. Maybe advertisers know a little too much about you our new sponsor ip vanish. Vpn is here to help you. Take back your privacy and help you become anonymous on the internet. A vpn is an important tool that encryption data which helps you safely browse the internet. You can use it on your computers tablets phones even things like your fire stick when you're streaming media and right now i be vanishes offering an incredible sixty five percent off their annual plan. That's equal to six months. 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Before it's too late watch new episodes of only murders in the building on tuesdays. Only on hulu. It's the summer of two thousand thirteen in palo alto california and the theranos cafeteria is bustling. Employees grabbed their lunch trays. They laugh and blow off steam. The conversation echoing off the walls one of those employees is tyler schultz grabs. His food looks for a place to sit for scholz. The lunch seen is a bit overwhelming. He's a recent graduate from stanford with dark blond hair and an easy smile. This is his first job out of college and looking around the cafeteria. He can admit that he feels intimidated to be in a room with so many brilliant people but schultz is no stranger to success himself. His grandfather is george. Shultz the former. Us secretary of state and now theranos board member. It was through his grandfather. That schultz met elizabeth homes and built a relationship. That would lead to this job. Schultz walks through the cafeteria searching for a place to sit as he gazes across the wide room. It hits him. Just how confident comfortable. Everyone seems to look schultz wishes. He could say the same for himself. He has a good job working with a team. That test blood samples for specific antibodies. But not the team. He was hired to work with on top of that his supervisor just quit abruptly. According to rumours she had a fallout with elizabeth homes or something that feels chaotic. Out of control out there schultz size as he grabs a seat by himself and start seeing he shouldn't entertain these kinds of thoughts. Theranos is exciting company and his grandfather wouldn't lead him astray still. His short time here has left schultz wondering whether he made the right decision and taking the job as scholz worked his way through his lunch. The cafeteria suddenly goes quiet. Schultz sets down his fork and look over his shoulder. Elizabeth homes has just entered she steps onto a raised platform and right away a group of employees gather around her looks like she has an announcement to make surveying the quiet room. Homes bites her lower lip and tells the employees that they've just opened their first their nose wellness center at the walgreens and palo alto homes is beaming saying. She's proud of every single person in this room. All hard work while the sweat tears. Of course all the blood. It all went to this moment. Every employee should give themselves a round of applause. The cafeteria erupts in cheers. And although he still new to the company schultz joins in smile forming on his face then homes begins to tear up and the cafeteria goes quite once again. Her voice quivering homes begins talking about her uncle who died from cancer. That could have been prevented if he gotten an early warning sign. That's what theranos is ridding. The world of homes as voice rises in passion as she reminds everyone that this is what she's been working for to prevent these kinds of lost to be able to hold onto the people in our lives. We loved the most homes. Wife's ron and without saying another word. She steps down from the race platform crowd responses immediate employees cheer and applaud. And that's scholz watches. This rapturous celebration. He feels something inside him. This mission this feeling is why he joined us. Shultz dips his head and smiles. He's aware that he's still young. He been scared uncertain how to make sense of his first days on the job but after hearing his speech he feels restored. It's time to set aside any worries. Get the business. Changing the world..

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"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

04:00 min | 10 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

"Then in hopes expression is pained. You'd miss that he. Here's what hunter is saying. But at this point they can't put the brakes on the deal. Walgreens is battling cvs to be the dominant drugstore chain across the country. If walgreens doesn't take this opportunity cvs will bandon hoof then gives a shrug and says he knows this isn't one hundred wants to hear but it's the way things aren't then in half turns to leave but before he can hundred grabs. His arm begins pleading. He says there's another way to vet their noses technology. He could open up one of the devices. The company left behind. They could pull back the curtain and see what homes is really working with. Bannon hosts is widening alarm. You remind hunter that. Their contract prohibits any reverse engineering theranos. Noses devices cracking. One open is out of the question. Van half turns tosses his half eaten sandwich in the trash in walks away under his left standing in a daze. He understands why the situation is difficult. Walking away from a deal with their nose could cause walgreens millions billions over the long term but there is a bigger cost to consider their noses. Products could be defective. If this partnership goes forward walgreens could cost lives hunter. Cise at this point. There's little he can do. He's just a consultant from a small firm and trying to upend a major corporate deal. Like this there's just too much momentum to stop it. it's september two thousand thirteen and three years later at their enosis headquarters in palo alto the company's lab director. Alan beam makes his way through the office surveying landscape of exhausted. Employees engineers product developers researchers. Everyone looks depleted. It's no shock that the company appears to be staffed by zombies. For the last three years theranos employees have suffered through a relentless workload as theranos has prepared a commercial launch of its blood testing technology. Companies deal with walgreens could be a game changer by getting their technology and drugstores across the country. Theranos will be able to reach millions of people. Make an incredible out of money. The stakes couldn't be greater for theranos. Just a few days. they'll open. Its first wellness. Enter inside a walgreens in palo alto but there's a problem one that beam just learned their noses devices still aren't ready for the public. Theranos may be under incredible pressure. Beam knows he has to stop the partnership moving forward. Only one person can make this excruciating decision. The company's founder and ceo elizabeth homes.

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"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

08:12 min | 10 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

"At the age of nineteen elizabeth home set out to build a product that would revolutionize healthcare her company theranos worked to develop new blood testing technology which could diagnose a wide variety of medical issues using just the smallest drop of blood to build her company homes courted a number of silicon valley investors. Her pitch relied on a mixture of charisma and inflated projections about the company's growth homes. Also hit some of the problems with the technology itself but as theranos prepared to go public with its blood testing devices. Homes in her company faced increasing scrutiny and with opposition mounting homes. Found herself in a desperate scramble to stay ahead of her critics. This episode to the walgreens deal. It's late august. Two thousand ten theranos headquarters in palo alto california elizabeth home steps into a conference room where she finds a group of executives. Sitting at a long table they're members of a delegation from walgreens. And they're here today to discuss a partnership between the drugstore chain and theranos home smiles as she creates the group theranos may soon be able to place. Its blood testing devices inside. Walgreens stores the two sides currently working to launch a pilot program. And if all goes well walgreens will expand this partnership nationwide revenue stream could be massive and cement theranos reputation as a leaner intact. It would be validation of homes is vision and exhausting work. Baroness's blood testing devices aren't yet ready for the public but for homes. That's not a deal breaker. They'll be ready when it's time for now though. She just needs to win. Over this group and deflect any concerns they may have about their noses technology inside the conference room. Home turns launches a powerpoint presentation. Welcome everyone thanks for being here before we jump into things. I want you to just let yourself dream. Imagine what this partnership would actually look like. Maybe there's a little girl who's been tired lethargic. She and her mom live out in rural alabama not a lot of hospitals out there but there are walgreens so they go in and the little girl gets a pass with just just a pinprick of blood in less than an hour they get the result girl has a deficiency in vitamin b. A simple treatable condition and now the family can go back to living their lives and the girl can get back to laughing and playing in the york almost clicks forward to the next line. That's the promise of this partnership together. Walgreens and theranos can fill a huge gap left by our healthcare system and give regular people the care they need the care. They deserve at a price that won't drain their savings. There's nodding approval from the executives and homes. Grins tried so far so good so she turns back to her presentation. But then a voice from the corner interrupt sir. Excuse me this homes. Quick question alms turns to kevin hunter a thick set man who runs a consulting firm under is an expert in clinical lab work. And he's helping walgreens evaluate the partnership. I i just want to say thank you for having us. Your vision is incredible. But i wanted to ask you mentioned that you have a commercially ready lab. That's right state of the art. That's cool. That's on a science geek myself. But i was coming back from the bathroom. And i didn't see anything that looked like a lamp homes freezes. The fact is their labs are far from commercially ready but in silicon valley. Sometimes you have to sell a story that makes people dream even if it bends the truth well kevin. of course you didn't see the land. It's downstairs and i promise it's all that is hyped up to be now back to the back. To the presentation homes clicks to the next slide but hundred interjects again miss homes. I really do want to see the lab is that is that possible. Yes of course if we have the time what time should manage you plan to end early. Go to dinner. Why don't we take a detour. Check out the lab i well. I'm afraid our schedules a little tighter than that. The restaurant has an incredibly strict reservation policy. We can't be late. Well then we'll find another time to see the lap homes puts on genial smile you know kevin. I do appreciate the interest. Let's get through the important stuff. I and after that we'll see if we can do fun tours and all that all right entourage leans back in his chair his arms fault homes. No she has to quickly redirect the conversation so she won't get any more questions about the lab or their product because homes made a large promise claiming theranos technology could run one hundred ninety two different kinds of blood tests but so far it can only accomplish about a half that number but it's just an engineering problem. One that homes a certain they'll soon fix the employees will work harder and soon theranos will be ready for a national rollout of its blood testing devices. It's just a matter of time working out a few kinks and walgreens doesn't need to know everything going on the background. Anyways so homes clasps her hands together and smiling brightly. She begins telling the group about their noses. New research in mexico. There have been a number of findings should be exciting for walgreens as executives chatter over the news. M- steadies herself remaining post. She knows that their nose. We'll get there eventually. They will achieve the impossible but in the meantime she can't let this deal with walgreen's fall. Through a few months later kevin hunter squeezes into a boardroom at the walgreens corporate headquarters in deerfield illinois. Conference table is littered with turkey sandwiches and the other executives are getting ready for their weekly video. Call theranos as hunter waits for the call. To begin is mind races as he remembers his first. Visit to therapy sat there palo alto headquarters. Hunter is a consultant working for walgreens helping to evaluate the partnership with our nose and when he flew out to california he wanted to vet the company's actual technology he wasn't interested in the powerpoint presentations but in the devices themselves in their ability to test blunt. That was the only way he could tell if theranos was the real deal but in that visit to palo alto. Hunter hit roadblock after roadblock elizabeth homes deflected all of his requests. he wasn't allowed to see theranos his lab or to witness a demonstration of alive task theranos device on top of that theranos executive sunny ball. Wani trailed him when he went to the bathroom was like they were trying to hide something and it left hunter deeply suspicious of homes and her biotech company so sitting around the board table with the walgreens executives hunter thinks through his plan somehow he must stop this deal for moving forward a moment later the video call begins and elizabeth homes face appears a large screen in her distinctive. Low voice home says she'd like to start the meeting with some housekeeping. Theranos is changing the way it deals with government. Regulators from now on theranos will designate their tests in a legal category known as laboratory developed homes flips a page then beasley moves onto the next topic but kevin hunters ears. Prenup did homes really just say that this new designation means theranos is devices will be less closely regulated by the fda could present a major liability for walgreens hunters shaken and when the call finally ends he pulls aside not vanden who've the walgreens executive who's leading the pilot project hunter explains that he's very concerned about what homes just set their enosis. Legal maneuvering could put walgreens. In a precarious position alongside all of hunters other worries the seems to add up to something bad. Walgreens needs to get to the bottom of this before it's too late and they have a lawsuit on their hands.

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"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

05:59 min | 10 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on American Scandal

"That could save people's lives but these last few months or can't has grown deeply pessimistic. Their enosis company culture has grown toxic under the leadership of sunny bhawani. A senior executive bonnie is and cruel leader. The also happens to be elizabeth homes boyfriend but bad leadership isn't the only problem there is also all the gossip that's circulating among employees inflated revenue projections mysterious firings bribes to foreign governments. All of that has been upsetting for briquet but then came the breaking point homes convinced a man having a health scare to let theranos test his blood for cancer. The implication was that he should use the results to make medical decisions with life or death. Consequences briquet was shocked. Theranos is technology is still far from ready but it was clear that holmes and theranos would continue to act recklessly so now as briquet hovers outside homes office she gathers her courage gets ready to deliver some uncomfortable news inside her office. Elizabeth homes hangs up the phone and ways birkat to come inside her enters where she finds home sitting behind her desk with a smile. Gels sorry. I was on the phone with the board. Come on for not taking a seat across from homes as she looks at her old college friend. She can't help but notice. How tired and thin. Thanks how are you. Do you do anything except work. You're getting any sleep or growing fast. Being tired comes with the territory. What's what's on your mind. Reason i'm here is one can't tell you how much i appreciate working for you bad news. Now sorry this job isn't working for me. Homes leans forward her hands clutch together. Is this a joke. No i'm i'm serious. I'm giving my notice chelsea. I handed you incredible position. You've traveled the world making a difference. This is the kind of stuff that we dreamed about at stanford. Yes yeah i know. And what is it briquet pauses. She needs to be discreet. The tech world is a small place and she doesn't wanna say anything that could hurt her own future so she's only going to share part of the truth. Well you know my boyfriend's in la so every week and i'm flying back and forth it. It's just getting exhausting. I can't keep doing so. It's not the problems with the studies you've been leaked no because chelsea we're fixing the tech i know you've hit some rough patches but that's what happens when you work in now it's not the it's not the studies i just can't do it. I miss my boyfriend. That's back and forth killing me. It's just what i need. There's a flash of anger behind homes is. You've been here six months. No one gets a dream job in the valley and then throws it away because they're noida flight to l. a. That takes just an hour. Not telling me everything. Now that's it. You don't even have the courage to admit the truth. Well whatever it is you can just leave just go. We'll be fine without you. Believe me is on your way out. Don't say anything to your direct reports. Don here briquet wants to protest to plead her case and win back her friends approval. But it's too late for that. Holmes has turned away or back to briquet now and begins typing something on her computer for can't had heard the stories about homes how she could be ruthless at ignore people who've disagreed with her but she never experienced this side of her old friend. Painful to witness without saying another word briquet rises walks out of theranos headquarters or steps into the blinding palo alto sun her emotions whirling heart of hers relief to be done with theranos. Still forget worries about homes. She seems more isolated or diluted than she's ever been there noces deeply troubled company mitt homes refuses to address the underlying problems. Her cat is not visionary no titan of the tech industry. But you don't have to be to see the truth. Their is on a dangerous course and of homes doesn't make some radical changes. Make them soon. Her company could soon follow heart. American scandal is sponsored by pay pakong payroll. When it isn't right a lot can go wrong. And it's the employees who ends up suffering the most they depend on accurate paychecks otherwise placed in a tight financial spot leading to insufficient funds. 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"walgreens" Discussed on Reset

Reset

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Reset

"Not specifically addressed at all so this is kind of verifying the experts. Fear that this is either done on purpose or was a colossal mistake and a mistake. That walgreens isn't really willing to fix at this point in time. You know. I don't. I don't know i know it's not fixed yet. I know they know about it. I know the time the fix it before we published. But you know maybe after we published things will change. I really hope they do. Okay sarah last question. Like i said i'm not thrilled about going to walgreens for a cova test but let's say i had to. Let's say i was my only option. Now that we know about these vulnerabilities. Is there any way that i can protect my data and still get tested at walgreens. If that's my only option. I mean you can buy over the counter tests from them that you don't have to give them any information at all but if your only option is to get a test like one of their drive through tests that you have to sign up for you you have to give them data and i believe it has to be accurate So with the walgreens vaccine story we kind of had the same thing where it was like you know yes. They take a whole lot of data. If you're not comfortable with that is more important that you just get the vaccine. If that's the way to get it you know yes. And i think i feel that way about test to you. Think you have cloven and walgreens dot com is the only way you can get it as like. Please please get a test sarah. Thanks for joining us. And thanks for your great reporting on this. Thank you and i'll hundred. I'm adam clarke. Estes and this is rico. Daily this episode is produced by taylor making an engineered by melissa poems from hemlock creek productions. Do you have a tip for one of our reporters send us an email. Rico daily at recode dot net. See you tomorrow. Looking for signs that the economy is rebounding from the pandemic then look no further than american manufacturing which recently set a record for new orders but surging demand is also exposed challenges including a record number of open jobs and piling back laws. A new series on the optimistic outlook podcast hosted by siemens usa ceo. Barbara hampton offers a way forward. You'll learn about the technology changing the game and the more than eight hundred thousand opportunities to start a career in manufacturing nationwide. That's the optimistic outlook. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"walgreens" Discussed on Reset

Reset

08:04 min | 10 months ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Reset

"Phone number home address email. All of it is out there. And in some cases the results of your cova tests could be seen as well sara morrison. You just broke the story for recode. Can you tell us how many people might be impacted by the security lapse at walgreens so walgreens has run millions of tests across more than six thousand testing sites across the country. We know that this problem identified back in march such six months but it looks like this platform was used as far back as july twenty twenty if not earlier. So that's a lot of people in a long time and beyond the sheer number of people like you said it's millions who are potentially impacted. What's the danger of having all this personal information out there. A lot of it depends on who gets access to it. An employer saw what page you went to and then could see what you're cova test result was that you gotta cova test. You could see where that might be a problem with. A hacker could compile information about people getting these tests. They have access to the things like your email address date of birth things that a lot of people use to like backup or make their passwords so they could potentially hack into someone's account that way. And then you have. You know add companies that could be getting accesses information and they can use your biographical information for all kinds of things as well. Can you walk me through step by step. How the walgreens clo- testing system works and how people's data ends up being available publicly so when you schedule a test at walgreens and i believe all of their tests that you get to them except for the ones you buy over the counter are done this way you have to go to their website and you throw in a bunch of information like your name home address email phone number et cetera. Then you request an appointment. And that generates a page. The page url is like walgreens dot com slash etcetera etcetera. And then it says you know a question. Mark ide- equals you have a unique. Id generated when you make this appointment. So everybody who makes the appointment gets the same url except that unique id is different and anybody who has a link to that url can then see the page. You don't need to log in or anything like that. So it's essentially out there for anybody who has or can figure out the link so this page is basically like a confirmation page the same way you might get a confirmation email but if you get a confirmation email that email is in your inbox in probably pretty secure but in this case anybody. Who has the url. See reconfirmation age can see all your information. Yeah and in fact you get an email with that lincoln it too so so there's no secondly of security like you said you don't have to log in to see this page. If you have the rl you can just see it. Is that right. The thing is the page who actually see doesn't have a whole lot of information on. It's like your name. And where are the appointment is and the time. But then if you go into the developer tools paneling kind of what you're doing and you click through. You can also see all the information. He had to enter to get the test. So that is your name your e mail your home address your phone number your gender identity and your date of birth. All of that is sort of hidden behind the page so it's not immediately apparent but it is there. That's where it's really problematic and also if you want to go even further there's like an order. Id and the testing lab. And i found if you go to that lab the one that i went to has a patient portal and all the information you would need to access the test results is also in there so you could conceivably find someone's test results from other information pretty easily once you get past the hard stuff right and this could sit that problem that you said a minute ago about how. It's not just that this data is out there on the internet. It is that people can use this data to gain access to other accounts or other information about you right. Yeah exactly. And i would add to be perfectly honest sarah. Since we started working on this story. I have not been eager to go to walgreens to get my cova test because i don't need more my information out there on the internet yeah. I'm not thrilled either. I had to get a cova test. And i decided i might as well just get one at walgreens to make sure that the issue is still present and i did and so now minds out there too. So let's go back to how this you got discovered who noticed the issue. What tipped off and made them think that something's not right here. So a couple of weeks ago i got an email from alejandro ruis. He's a consultant with interstitial technology. And basically back in march a family member of his gotta cova tests and he noticed all these issues. He sent me a very long descriptive email. That explained pretty much all of it why it was an issue and he said he had tried to contact walgreens himself and they weren't responsive and so he wanted to bring it to the press because he was hoping that would make them take action he was just very concerned about all the state of being out there. And you'll probably still is so another conversation we had. This is back in march. It was about the walgreens sign up system for vaccines so to get a vaccine walgreens. You had to create an account with walgreens and one of the concerns we talked about was ad tracking that when you log into your walgreens account walgreens can track you and then serve you ads based on what it learns about you. And it sounds like they're tracking concerns in this situation with a covert test to yeah and this is actually security experts in all hendro also. Security expert had a flag genes. That thing they were most concerned about it's really exceedingly difficult to guess at. Somebody's i mean. It's almost impossible to guess sums. Id number but some of these companies. As far as people could tell were getting access to the id numbers and again. If you know that that's all you need to get access to the page. They wouldn't even have to guess if they were so inclined so we have companies like adobe on my facebook google who all have trackers on the page. That doesn't mean necessarily that. They're getting that they'd or they're using it to do anything. Just means there's a possibility there but then a lot of these companies also have partners that they send data to as well and those might have partners that they send data to as well. So anytime you have a possibility for them to get this you have to. Then trust a whole chain of data custody with companies that might not be as ethical as others. You just don't know sarah. What can you tell us about the context of a situation like this data breaches happen. A lot and all kinds of different information is leaked but is this really bad for walgreens and for its customers. The potential is there again. We don't know how many people have access or how many companies have access to the information. If any have we just know it's possible and it really shouldn't be that possibility on this site with health information from a major company in the first place and the security experts. I spoke to you know. I don't wanna like impugn any anybody's motives here but they even wondered like. Is this just like a really sloppy hastily done error like clossal steak or was this done on purpose. They thought it was so bad. Some of them didn't see alec even be a mistake. So we don't know the extent of the damage here but we know there's a potential for a lot of it now. I know you reached out to walgreens to get the response. What did they have to say. This is appointing ideally. You want to tell a company about a potential security issue vulnerability and then they fix it. You give them time to fix it. They fix it and then you publish once. it's already been solved. We didn't get to do that. We told them about it. We gave them time. We gave them a little extra time and they just gave us a common. That said you know we want to balance security with people being able to access our tests and we review things and fix them as we see fit but as far as i know it has not been fixed so i guess they didn't see fit and what about the ad trackers issue. That was a little weird because all they really said about that i think was that they have cookies and their use of it as described in their privacy policy but the issue here wasn't cookies this tracking through different means so that was.

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"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Names hairs new line if you call the quantity very interesting did. That's totally my jam. Let people to share this coming saturday. Let's got to be no way. That's normally hey. You got a card austin texas tweet. I do have a car michael. You're you're speaking to photographer right here. Yeah i'm probably non same level as you some really. Yeah yup stuff. I put them on the computer. Not haven't even done. Photoshop casa nice real simple. But i learned how to get levels levels and just gone crazy. Hey man it's all about of. Yeah it's in the car. I didn't catch that. Hey i have the headphones on now. We have the tag though. Yeah facebook does your. Ira's halls is the name of my pays is going to be made happy walls happy walls. We'll check that out right on. Cool man yeah. Hey this is. Jokes are funny on the street. So we are literally on break Cnn's here with her her drinks. I'm drinking beer and and We're literally just going to go check out at walgreens not the only one drinking beer by the way that's true. Yes she highground over here. Hydra let me go first ground. The podcast policies play getting paid. This is talking about the s. She's been a team member here at walgreens since twenty sixteen words. See as checking out right. Now what was that. Do you have a phone number for the reward idea do you ever go to. Cvs and enter your phone number. And then they're like you'll have a rewards membership via here all the time so maybe maybe. Cvs should start doing social security numbers and you guys do phone numbers so that way. You don't yeah. I have a phone. That's com a serious. So what do you do bethany. When you're not charming the sweet customers at walgreens this ball and we lost jason. Oh i love you could see yourself. Do you take a photo. That and plus down social will be the cover photo for the camera. I got it right here. Yeah you're right now. Tied is four ninety nine to fifty offs but superstar. I do not have my phone. either. We don't daniel screen at walgreens code. South may or may not be opening the picture because it keeps going back and forth san house phone showing you got to come over here and take a photo bus. Macaroni is doing the they go having you do that. Have you ever seen blake shelton. Love you guys. thank you all right. You snuck jason bottle opener excited. I don't have my. I have one in the. Yeah well all right mission accomplished officially gone in walgreens as you may or may not have heard and we're back in the machine and she actually has to ovens in here but no beds. I don't know what does it worry about. One of the parking lot. And we're gonna we're gonna go back in time just pre for the fire situation because we don't know what's going on there could be a cabinetry or you know. A cat on fire could be serious. It could be serious joking around. 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Yeah sure that's what you want us to know that everybody was safe. Nobody was hurt and except for jamal walker. He lost his life diver. My gosh yeah. The way shannon just turned. The vase fell off the big screen. Tv that she has his nineteen sixty one map black queen raise rates greens volkswagen van which is the first rv base. You know it was strange that she has a propane heater in here they like. That's i mean seriously the fumes shannon. I talked about distracted driving. I mean really how it can. You have a medical practice with that kind of thing going on her second. Punchline is just don't worry about it l. shannon. How's your day going. Just don't worry about cover. When i'm crying shannon early that she's they're her friends worry about her because she's always on the verge of tears which he told her don't worry about her says sometimes sometimes. She's yoed the spinners on this car. Yeah you guys do it all right. 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"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"Some hot takes shane. And love's gonna break wants. It's not working not working men if not working tell you what you love. Yeah hey running was a freestyle. That's right. I'd say running a lot of running in the we are in the rape shed right now. He's like this before it's really just a shed. There's that ever happens here. And we're about cigarettes and storage for the podcast. We're about to walk out the door right now. Shannon looking for terry. I get nervous in your daniel. He's got a chain on not detain. It's a camera cameras and they got like an audio recorder. It's like a little fox is probably like four. It's a rectangle in it's like it's like four inches long two inches wide then white vans. He's got he's got on a pair of headphones and the audio reader that he has has learned. There's a wire hanging off. The microphone off of the audio reader has the microphone. I'm talking to you. Yeah they can hear me on here. You can hear you yeah. I'm just being quiet. No he's he is describing the absolutely correctly so like right now Jokes so funny break and it's actually jokes so funny on the street we're going now. We're are not in the studio right now. We're doing the podcast. Literally on the street in the wild in the wild we feel. It's a warm. Yeah we're getting in the car. Now again you get you get in. The middle name opened the tour like good food. S guy man shannon. You have a nice car or new. That she is whipping a nine thousand. Nine hundred sixty nine folks wagon van up whatever. It is matt black awesome. Reach queen on the exterior leaving. Where am i going. Luke's which direction salvage we're recording now thinking we're not winning well coming back cream. Cheese such actually gave food to is the back to shannon saban fees. Wants out right back up go west east west on thirty your patient compass. Gps should tell me where. I'm not living anymore. Everybody you've got okay. So i think so. What else can call you know by now so we only have a short amount time for this break so i usually run for about two or three minutes. But you're actually might turn out to be the second half of the podcast. It's probably better than the good hot hotcakes. Tried to come up with. No actually we did have some heartache voting. it's time to shoot and the other one was probably a little bit too close to my life. It was a story about how allow us killed her baby. Daddy lion him know. I was just told me. Hey walgreens that's a good idea eight. This segment is actually brought to you by walgreens yes we need to To walgreens today. And i probably don't wanna walk in there. I don't i have my the news. Can yeah my to own angle but it might be the quick sued. You're gonna wait in the car. Don't want to be like this is really an with the idea that they're pharmacists. Were run does right now. I'm paranoid about stuff like we've learned to find. Yeah and they can paranoid. 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"walgreens" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Free world faces in the decades ahead and meanwhile the biden administration is doing nothing about china. Either so lest you think that it's just about russia they're doing nothing about china either. They continue to promote public statements made by the europeans. That don't actually have any teeth to them. In fact the left is too busy being angry at anybody. From entering the wuhan lab league theory member. Joe biden started taking it seriously like last week and then said maybe we should have like an intelligence committee investigation on all that. We'll get our intelligence people together though. Investigate all of this. This was the same day. Basically that report had been revealed that he'd shut down such an investigation that had been begun under the trump administration. Meanwhile robert redfield the former. Cdc director he says the scientific community acted to squelch the wuhan lab league theory while i was over at cdc. It just seemed like a lot of people wanted to squelch any idea that there was another hypothesis. And i think that's what i find the most disappointing because i would expect that from politicians. I would expect that from governments. I would never for the scientific community and yet what we witnessed was. The scientific community went on heavy to try to stop any open debate about the origin. This virus i find that this very very sad very disconcerting and very anti science according to redfield by the way anthony choose one of the people who is less than interested in investigating the lab league theory in the first place. I think tony is holding onto this hypothesis tightly. Now why why would that be sometimes scientists when they get on the bite into a bone hypothesis. It's hard for them to move on. I guess if. I'm disappointed about anything about the early scientific community is there seemed to be lack of openness to pursue. Both i posses and what's amazing about all of this again. You got joe biden. Not being able to putin things are going very poorly over there. Joe biden who literally glitched in the middle of the eu meetings in. Who's over there at the g. Seven and he just glitched for second time. And you know how bad his glitch was. We played a clip. Yesterday of joe biden answering a question. His gap in thinking was so long that i had to go back and re insert myself saying wait for it. Wait for it for radio because otherwise there was so much dead air that they would have taken the show off the air. That's how bad the glitches from joe biden. Meanwhile what does the left focused on. They're not focused. On the fact that joe biden is not really with us or the fact. That joe biden is busily ramping inflation. They're not worried. About the fact that joe biden is about to have russia his lunch. Now they're worried. About the fact that jon stewart said some things about who an lab leagues yesterday. Johnston on stephen colbert and he said funny and drew things about wuhan lobley situation. And the media's response was. How dare john stewart do this thing. I think we owe a great debt of gratitude to sciences. Science has in many ways helped ease the suffering of this pandemic Which was more than likely caused by science.

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"walgreens" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on The big d zone

"Holy while while so earlier today ahead. Nathan's in. I also had i stuck at johnny rockets. Burqas are good really good problem is they didn't have onion rings klay what hell rings. I kind of forgot. i think. Six flags did suffice Did want a club. I think i had anyway over. And this johnny rockets did and then there was a place that has both the had pasta and i was dying literally dying for macaroni cheese in spaghetti ever since i read that report from here. Oh i that. I'll love it at the perfect macaroni cheese spaghetti and they stopped doing it. I said what the cat. I'm supposed to be having a celebratory dinner of my first jackpot but first jackpot hand pay. And i had to go johnny rockets as Tori dinner. I had to go with johnny rockets. And why i'm singing this song. I so wow. This has been some adventure. I wanna hand pay without even knowing it on a game. I didn't even know about it. Because i only saw like once moon with other people playing in could not to play. But i've always thought. I wanted to sing and wind up at one and a half day. Depth pod. I still what so anyway any so. Somehow i got to do the at least two that i wanted to do. I think i'm just going to do the best when i get back to the palace. Yeah def Sometime when i get out there to the best of show i'm done. There's no sense of urgency. No sense of timing. There's no sense of pain. I'm i can't stand for twenty four hours. You want me to faint. The e you want your guest the path out really. There's no sense of that. I would in pain. I was standing out like holy. Let's just get to this familities. Let's get to gotta go. Because i'm about to faint about the drop off. I'm still jet lagging. Even i'm happy that i'm one but i'm still jet like i went to tool trae though my new central time zone then western time. Don't and whatever. Las vegas is eat a mountain or mountain ties on our but times on webber have time. Don't las vegas. And then i went tight known candid. I'm still like inbetween even on that debt. But i'm still in between like widow. Chem i so anyway hannah home africa cassano. How do the state of the union are planned to from a vegas. I could still tilted because you paid for them over night. Still have wifi. So i took the motel six Had to put my parts. I mean the work is already done. A guy Royal fighter foil royal Freedom when they act. I got I got jamie part twice so to my. And i said i wanted to crown for the video part of it but the problem is.

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"walgreens" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"walgreens" Discussed on The big d zone

"Escape escape escape escape. The big these team means just enjoy the show debate. These this is prince. Tj okay so none of the jet plot that i won so i still have money to play the money to pay for my incidental. Now i wanna put some money in like cards. And so if i want another one or something similar. I can't put in my car because these rights stood out is all day. Can't do a pickup. No a top. Then take you back to the same place you had to go to another play another place like by town taylor count tower some crazy stuff and i'm leaning them arrival. This should have been taken. Oh freaky twenty minutes. I mean it was a small line but it was fifteen twenty minutes. Because i had put money in cards and then going to get to drink for tonight or later that frigerator And then. I don't know how the heck online practice on the body keeps me waiting to see fantasy tomorrow. Got tickets to see fantasy thankfully. Hopefully here comes. My ride's i'll i'll be back. Well they say time issue most valuable commodity but when you want something done and hitan was for somebody else but when they want you. The rush is gonna be giampaolo. High in for. She'd wait bud. Wow so i went to welding and do what had to do. Probably i had a listener to supposed to hurt. When you heard on that last segment supposed to pick me pick me up to go to walgreens and then take me to the woods. Mccall after i load my cards and so prom was a. I was forced to look for another driver after i was done. Be- thankfully somebody had wall me over to the the polo tower. I will force to walk into a condo outside a condominium and play for the hell on turnaround. I had to wait in the line. I'd always checking in all over again. It was the first nine all over again. So i formerly now problem of course is the hotel says that once i check out in know the loss or my over supposed to be returned to me same day but sometimes the bank take like a week to give back to me doubt the part that i hate the way impart but his both become at because i gotta go the motel six on friday my plane. I don't even till saturday morning. And i gotta do that. None of all day flighty in. I still tim leg for coming over here. But i'm also still had that excitement from when i hit that my first ever hand pay gap pod. Still shook up over that test to everything. Wow how really So i got my ticket to fantasy for tomorrow night. Because i knew i had to struggle in order to give to do tonight so i am gonna see fantasy tomorrow or tomorrow night. But that's not the ten thirty. So i could play either before fantasy or or i could play after fantasy and stuff like that. Dan playing go to my room. So i'd have plenty of times. Not i don't have to go back to the front desk all over again and why this is could killed all my time. I didn't even do the video yet of the room. I did not even do jenny with yet journey to with class johnny to class clown yet. I didn't do the state of the union yet. I just lose my time. No sense of urgency. None absolutely nothing. I had to wait for another frigging diver. Oh when i went to the place. I went to uber pickup. You pick up and dan. The same thing happened the happened before i left to come here to three or four changes over before guy finally teamed up on that said. Didn't wanna pick the dana. Wanna wait for me. When i go back to my hotel said oh my god stage at blow all over again. It's deja boo place. so wow anyway. So i'm over here and dan. I had to walk to where the place with act. Miam- still jet-lagged. I'm still jet life. Ready to fall off. I only have one bud light out of the whole trip bodily one that will enable the bud light before i hit the. Maybe i'll get into no one tomorrow. Maybe get into the impact. I don't know. I know. I know what the scenarios of With bud light. I don't know what happened so i got fantasy tomorrow night. And i don't know what tunnel gonna play but i do know this. I do want to get something done with either the video before. I have to do the video before leaves. There's some artwork that i want to. Showcase is beautiful artwork in rome. Beautiful at work. That i want to showcase not so good that the view. But you'll see he'll see and he put a date on coffee table like why. Why did put a coffee table in a way. Because what if i wanna take. Pitcher took the coffee table. We'll be funny youtube. But in i'm going to get back to the second palace in now While i still had to put these together for the day now the one are broke. The story that i hit the deputy still also going to be in this mini series of what happened. Vegas don't think vegas.

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"walgreens" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"walgreens" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"I'm so glad taken time out of your day to join us here on the Clark Howard Show where our goal is simple. It is to empower you with knowledge, so you can keep more of what you have. Our websites are Clark Dot Com and Clark deals dot com. And we have been through. A real time with medicine lately. <hes> cash the people who work. In medicine. Doctors nurses, other medical professionals and personnel who worked in medical facilities have been putting their lives on the line. To save as many lives as they can during corona virus. And one of the things that has been. Clear through the time of the pandemic. Many people in America. Don't have a regular place to go. When they need medical attention. And so a lot of times, those people have sought care. For Corona virus much later than others it many times with terrible terrible results, possibly loss of life as a result of the delay. And so we've got a broken equation. In the United States <hes> in spite of the incredible heroic efforts of so many people. In medical. We've got a lot of people who start with the handicap, and that is lack of regular access to medical care, so there's been. A lot of experimentation going on, Walmart has been opening Walmart health centers. And they are going to increase the number of centers they offer, and I've talked about how CBS. Is Opening <hes> medical. Facilities as well that are. Retail oriented like the Walmart, when as well and now walgreens. Has announced that they're going to open. Somewhere around seven hundred doctors offices. That will be inside. Walgreens stores or attached to them. and. The design of what Walgreens is doing. Is that the overwhelming? Majority of locations that are going to be open our locations that are. <hes> was. It's called on board that there's a lack of primary care doctors. In Zip codes or areas. In urban suburban and rural areas where the doctor's offices are going to open. In the Walgreens, so this is. Part of migration in how medical care! At the primary level. is going to be offered in the United States where. You're going to have more and more. Retailers who are connected directly to medicine like walgreens and CVS, and then those who only indirectly or connected to medicine like Walmart. Getting involved in the delivery of medical care, the one of the six. Factors in each of these. Is What economists call price transparency where you will know. When you walk in the door what it's going to cost? For the care, you're likely to receive and gave an example about where walgreens. Kinda went off the tracks with this. Two years ago where? Walgreens was doing what CVS was doing with. Nursing a box facilities where they had the <hes> nurse practitioners. In the offices in the. In the pharmacies and CVS has stayed on that course will walgreens and a lot of places has sold off those facilities to. Dominant hospitals in an area. And the hospitals use it as a feeder tool to get more patient admissions to their hospitals, and as I, did in a story I did for television I looked at the pricing at. The facilities when they switch from being a Walgreens Ryan essentially nursing a box to a feeder for hospitals, and you no longer had the ability to just see a price list. You no longer had pricing anything. That was approachable anymore. Once those spaces flipped and became. With hospitals and so having. The involvement and the design from the ground up. where? Someone can come in, and they know what it's going to cost, and they know that someone's available to see seven days a week and longer than banker's hours. That's where we're headed with primary care, and it's one of the ways we can make a big difference in what health care costs moving forward and the outcomes for people. When they see someone early instead of delayed care at hospital emergency room, which is not where someone should be getting primary care any day of the week.

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"walgreens" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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02:42 min | 3 years ago

"walgreens" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Need right here at your neighborhood Walgreens Walgreens trusted since nineteen oh one while supplies last restrictions and exclusions apply see store for details. you're listening to the best of Todd and done on newsradio kale BJ unlike his previous debate appearance of former vice president Joe Biden appear to be unprepared for attacks by his opponents the vice president was able to shrug off a number of attacks by many of the other candidates including Kirsten Gillibrand who was accused him of misogyny we know America's women are working for a ten moms have to work they're the primary or sole wage earners they actually have to put full of food on the table eight out of ten moms are working today most women have to work to provide for the kids many women want to be working to provide for their community people less ice for either you I don't think today or what did you mean when you said in the beginning my deceased wife work we had children my present wife is worked all the way through raising our children the fact of the matter is the situation is one that I don't know what's happened I wrote the violence against women act Lilly Ledbetter I was deeply involved in making sure there vehicle payments I was deeply involved in all the same I came up with the it's on us proposal to see two of the women were treated more decently on college campuses you came to Syracuse University with me and said it was wonderful I'm passionate about the concern making sure women are treated equally I don't know what's happened except that you're not running for president so I understand. there you go last night now the next democratic debate it'll take place in September however that field could be significantly leaner as money and polling requirements are expected to limit participation. radio pale on John topping call since news to Austin city council members give the city a look at a possible told reporters change in it cast members get the total when in kitchen suggest banning camping on a half dozen streets in west campus five in downtown and three in central east Austin you can see the specifics and more at newsradio kale B. J. dot com continuing to contract with an established law enforcement agency is still an option in the round rock school district as talks continue over forming a police department task force member Karen Elliott says there are plenty of benefits to that idea allows for separation of powers for the district this allows the district to focus on educating our students and giving the alley the focus of a law enforcement the city of Pflugerville will impose stage three water restrictions on Friday at ten AM meeting all water customers will have to adhere to a once a week watering schedule your kale BJ radar weather watch partly cloudy lo was seventy three hi ninety four it Austin news on demand it newsradio kale.

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03:48 min | 3 years ago

"walgreens" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Humans Walgreens stop you mail drop shot down saying yours report when you see these caravans thousand people that's an invasion I was badly criticized for using the word invasion it's an invasion look at the people they put into these lotteries it's a disgrace sorry I looked the tweets that he does on this are sometimes much worse but this is just the language of the rallies and this is been again is it fair to hold the president's words to hold him responsible for some of his words and whether or not he's contributing not those words absolutely not I I disagree with my friend who we're gonna have a golf match sometime near future no I think using the term illegal immigration and America's slowly right on that the chief of staff the term Asian below it let's talk about an invasion and things like that I I if you look at the numbers of people coming across the border and by the way this is not just true with the United States and Mexico and by the way it's an invasion from the Central America but Venezuela is having of similar issue we've had parts of this problem in Europe when you have tens of fat in Beijing going to be a refugee I I don't mean to say her words matter but those are going to be that words matter why can't it be a refugee crisis well again we're getting into PC political correctness and if that's the big debate about what ten or or what word we're gonna use you're right all in a refugee crisis is not will to the border patrol people who feel their life is that a threat and they're trying to do everything they can to protect our borders if this was happening at the customs at New York airport or Charlotte Douglas International at o'hare and all some people were Russian the customs we would say this is a serious problem for what I really take issue with with what Mullaney said was the first thing we spoke of when he said this is a crazy person with a gun I think when a particular group is targeted by mass murder or whether it's Jews in Pittsburgh or whether it's Hispanics in el Paso I think the president of the United States needs to acknowledge that because I think Hispanics feel afraid right now choose felt great pain he has to be comfortable he did finally get comfortable pointing out the anti semitic for the rise in anti semitism now he's tried to somehow make it as if it's only one side that is created this rise in anti semitism anyone on that I think it would behoove the president to acknowledge that aspect in this crime right now and to say you know all Americans are with this country's Hispanic community right now and that's that's what he's failed to do on a lot of at many points after the sort of into what you just said there casing hunt can you imagine him even tweeting we stand with the Hispanic Americans today it is very hard to conceive of that I'm you know I'm interested to see if the president takes this opportunity to step up or not I mean so far I think I you know clearly we are all here all saddened by what happened and we are all concerned about these communities that is absolutely true but I mean it is rather astonishing to me that they want to blow straight through this conversation that we're having about the rhetoric and what it means and and talk about things that are related to gun control which normally they would never want to bring I which is going to be the fact that their preference was to talk about it they were he almost was hoping it would be a gun control conversational but we can't quit talking about such things as human trafficking in drugs as as a mayor and a governor I've seen the impact of that and we cannot deny that language in a total to back the end of the day we're in a moment inflection point we have to decide who's going to be check and that's a moral question not just a political questioning that's were going to be talking about quite a bit this week that's all we have for today no it's been a tough Sunday thank you for watching thanks.

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