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Fresh update on "wall street journal" discussed on The KFBK Morning News

The KFBK Morning News

01:09 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wall street journal" discussed on The KFBK Morning News

"News news 93.1 KFBK now trending another sign inflation is picking up steam this morning, The Wall Street Journal is reporting. That inflation likely accelerated in March. The U. S Labor Department is expected to announce today that prices for groceries, clothing and vehicles jumped 2.5% in the year that ended in March, which is higher than what was expected. China has been testing a digital you want for the past year. That, of course, is their currency in China. Wall Street Journal's James already says that digital currency in the future is the future of money. And that China's head start could threaten the U. S. Dollars dominance. We're breaking that down for you this morning. The U. S. Dollar is the king of the world's financial system. Currently, it is the world's default currency. The U. S. Dollar provides the United States Power like its military. It's unseen, but it is immensely powerful weapon again. That's James already from the Wall Street Journal, and he says the U. S dollar is used to get this number in 88% of all for international exchange trades. The U. S because it controls the U. S. Dollar. Can make it very difficulty for banks in the world to transact with enemies of the United States. Think about that for one second, Christine that we're talking about nine out of 10 international trade exchanges that are made with the U. S dollar. Wow. Okay, so that that's very, very powerful and already says that the Chinese View the U. S. Dollar as a weapon. Beijing is extremely concerned that this trend will continue and will worsen and that major important entities in China could be frozen out of the global financial system. They call this dollar weaponization. And it is a major concern to them. Just as the U. S Navy is off the East China coast. Okay, so he's talking about the military, and he's talking about financial and you couple those elements with the fact that just yesterday there were reports beginning to surface. The top diplomats in China have told topped with diplomats in the United States. We are on par with you. We are your equal. Yeah, Their This is their feeling. They're filling themselves. They are They're They're feeling strong going after Taiwan and being aggressive like they've done there. There's a sense of strength with China like we have never seen before. Already says that the Chinese have embarked on a bold financial project now to digitize the You wan to rival the dollar on an international basis. Digitizing the yuan provides a sort of asymmetrical challenge to the U. S. Dollar supremacy. This is not a head to head thing when they digitized the yuan. It doesn't mean that suddenly everyone will start using the yuan. No But it does offer all sorts of opportunities of the future that the dollar just doesn't have right now. Bitcoin. Yes, with the official Chinese government behind it. Well, governments have to get on board because you know, with the long must creating his own and and Bitcoin out there as well. I mean, they're Yeah, they're they're just too much. It's too much competition. So it was just over the weekend, by the way that I believe it was Jerome Paul, who made this talks talk shows on Sunday morning, saying, Yeah, we're taking a look at it. Point orbit corner looked English crypto currency here in the U. S, as well officially backed by the United States government, so interesting it'll be It'll be interesting to see what the U. S is responses to that. I know we're developing our own. But playing quick catch up is what we're doing right now. All right, let's get outside and take a look at traffic.

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How To Think Like a Breadwinner with Jennifer Barrett

How to Money

02:09 min | 1 d ago

How To Think Like a Breadwinner with Jennifer Barrett

"We are excited for conversation today. With jennifer barrett's jennifer is a long time financial journalist and she has written for publications like the new york times Wall street journal money as well as newsweek. She is she's prolific as she seemingly everywhere. She's hosted popular personal finance video. Course on mutiny. Talk on the importance of wealth-building she's also appeared on many tv shows as well and as impressive as all that is she also has a new book that just came out That's titled think like a breadwinner which is all about empowering women who want to earn more money so this is going to be a helpful episode for everybody but especially for the working woman so jennifer. Thank you for joining us on the podcast today. Thanks so much for having excited to be here. I really love your podcast. Thanks jennifer and we're glad to have you here with us. And matt we were talking with jennifer before we began the show and jennifer mentioned that she loved crappier. So yeah. we're we're drinking a banana cream pie style. Bureau the show right now while we what we have this combo but matinee. We always drink a craft beer on our episodes. Because it's something that we love is something that we splurge on also being intentional and trying to save well for the future so we want to know from you. What's your craft beer equivalent. Oh it is craft beer. I love it is one one exact same thing. Yes i was just thinking that we could spend an entire episode is geeking out on beers. I am total beer geek. In fact i am looking. I'm not drinking just yet today. But i just splurge on a four pack of mckellar limited series. Yes very good and brewed with beer. Love them we're also very close to which my gosh dangerous because you're in brooklyn urging walking distance from other half and they have some amazing beers. I probably don't need to tell you. I was just thinking they have on called banana pandemic which you might like as part of their pastry series anyway. It's very easy to drop twenty twenty five dollars on a four pack to ease. It's worse than four beers

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Fresh update on "wall street journal" discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:51 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wall street journal" discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"Calm. Well, Pat. Now we've got too much toilet paper. You know who you are, with that top shed full of TP all that stockpiling and hoarding. Last year's caught up to US. Wall Street Journal says Bath tissue sales in January were down 4% from a year ago, a year after stocking up toilet paper sales were down 14% in February and 33% in March. Americans spent more than $11 billion on toilet paper last year. From nine billion in a typical year. Manufacturing wasn't able to quickly respond last year because it takes months just to build machines that make toilet paper Jenny Cho Sola Fox knew Robin trading on Wall Street, It looks, is it the reaction to the latest covert news is fairly muted. The Dow was down 150. But the NASDAQ is up 100, the S and P is up to investors are parsing the news that federal regulators want applause and vaccinations using the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Reaction could be mild, though, because Janja has been a relatively minor player in the vaccine roll out. A shot in the arm is a real shot in the arm for uber ride share bookings for March at their highest level since the pandemic started, Uber says Ride requests increased by 9% for the month of March over east recorded $52 billion in sales for March, more than double from the previous year. Over, says consumer demand for rides continues to increase as more Americans get vaccinated for covert 19. Additionally, Uber says consumer demand for food delivery Kans And used to exceed career availability. This comes after Uber lost nearly $6.8 billion in revenue last year as a result of the pandemic. I'm Tom Roberts, who'd pay 1000 bucks for a pint of ice cream. Well, it is just not any ice cream. Him by. Yeah, There's an eBay listing that selling Dolly Parton is new flavor for a cool grand. She teamed up with the dessert.

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Volkswagen's Name Change Joke Didn't Land

Business Wars Daily

03:48 min | 1 d ago

Volkswagen's Name Change Joke Didn't Land

"From brown and business wars daily on this monday april twelfth. Happy started the week. Everyone you know. Who's been having a tough april volkswagen matsue and as you may have that's mostly because they started the month with an april fools joke that fell flatter than a busted tire is started in the last days of march when the automaker quote accidentally unquote released a very serious sounding statement announcing that they'd be changing their name to volts wagon that's volts as in electricity. Now volkswagen's id for is the company's only electric model in the us market so far but the company is planning to build more and said that all future electric models would come emblazoned with their new name volts wagon now in eighty-three rolled company. Suddenly changing. Its moniker is suspicious right. But the name change announcement was so deadpan that it got picked up by the likes of cnbc. The bbc and the verge and all that publicity had an impact on the company's stocks. Volkswagen stock prices rose nearly five percent on the day the statement was released the ap reported but only hours later. A company spokesman confirmed that the name change was an early april. Fool's joke a joke. I should say that didn't quite land sea. Volkswagen isn't exactly held up as a model of corporate transparency. You may remember that in two thousand fifteen. The company installed deceptive software in its vehicles to cheat on government emissions tests that move launched a five-year fiasco. That cost volkswagen thirty. Five billion dollars led to the recall of millions of vehicles so volkswagen's been trying to dust off. Its image since then which makes this joke. Well puzzling to say the least and the us securities and exchange commission doesn't seem to have that much of a sense of humor. Manipulating the stock market is of course illegal. An even though it's not certain that manipulation was the intent behind volkswagen statement. The joke certainly swelled stock prices which could bring regulators knocking. But there's another automaker who's been there done that and is thriving that would be tesla which has in the past straight up to see the public in two thousand eighteen founder elon. Musk tweeted that. He had the funding to take tesla. Private stock prices surged ten percent. But it was later revealed that actually there was no such funding. Musket has company each over twenty million dollars in penalties to the sec. But today it seems like things are working out for tesla their social media the spotlight and their electric models are in last month. Wall street journal columnist dan. Neil took volkswagen the new. Id four for a spin and said tesla has nothing to worry about the id. Four is five years behind the comparable tesla you'll wrote and the engineering betrays a premature rush to market harsh words for volkswagen. Which of course has been angling of late to compete directly with tesla. Both automakers plan to open new european factories for their electric vehicles and volkswagen group

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Fresh update on "wall street journal" discussed on The Design Intent

The Design Intent

00:42 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wall street journal" discussed on The Design Intent

"I like having other getting my staff to to get out there and you know deliver all the excellent design so michael maybe tell us. People are always curious to know. How did you come across when and how did you come across. Industrial design of. Hey this is something. I can actually do for a career i. I love collecting no stories because each one is is so unique. It's like a superhero origin story. And some of us find it very much later in life or four. Have plenty of friends in zayn. Who haven't i agree or first. Few years as a mechanical engineer architecture. Tony or all kinds of different things. I was one of the lucky ones i was you know. I consider this moment of optimistic. Rebellion for me as a kid like a little kid. I always loved imagining the future of things that i would come home gen xer so latch key. Kid come home from school. Let myself input on cartoons and set up like a tea tray in front of the tv. And i'd get sears catalog. And i'd the for those of you. That are too young seers catalogue was like printed amazon. And i would open the sears catalog up to a random page and open up like power drills or stereo systems nba. What the future of power drill deal like tried to imagine. I'm like ten years old. And so that's not what my my. I came from a pretty young class family. Lean and there were a lot of musicians in my family and a few artists but none that for doing that professionally so that was kind of like you know. That's you'd be creative hobby. You have to get a real job. And i love reason the real job that my father envisioned for me was shortstop for the new york. Yankees offered didn't seem very pragmatic. But we would. We would train every day for like come home at might drying and then you know i do my homework and my dad come louis train for an hour or two every day and i like most kids who were forced to do something i hated. I mean i just hated it. And so i remember one day i was twelve or thirteen years old. My dad can home in is they can get your gloves. Time to train and i remember just being. I don't wanna play baseball. And he's like you don't wanna play baseball not today or whatever. I don't wanna play baseball ever and And he was like what do you. What do you wanna do like. There was no other option. Other than being shortstop for the yankees. And i said. I want to draw stuff from the future and and you know that's a pretty. It's a pretty damn good description for what is do But a few weeks later. I remember my dad also read the wall street journal every day and a few weeks later on the cover of the wall street journal. There was an article about the georgia. Does yaro famous italian designer. Who did the delorean many other cars. And he's like. Is this what you wanna do. It's it's said he was an industrial designer. And i remember ripping out that article and pinning it up next to my bed there till i went to college probably wishes still had it I keep so remembering that kind of wall street journal like you know Woodcut style was a little illustration of pajaro and then a drying of a concept car. He did for bmw a tennis racket. He did and a a pasta shape that he did..

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Over 100 Corporate Leaders Meet to Discuss State Voting Laws

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

Over 100 Corporate Leaders Meet to Discuss State Voting Laws

"And corporate leaders have gathered online this weekend to discuss what to do in response to changes to some state voting laws, According to various news reports by the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and others. The leaders numbered more than 100. Including executives from major airlines, retailers and manufacturers, plus at least one NFL owner talking about potential ways to show they oppose the legislation, which has already been signed into law in Georgia and is being considered elsewhere.

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Fresh "Wall Street Journal" from Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:03 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh "Wall Street Journal" from Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"You know, a lot of people ask me what inspires your music, and one of the big things is a strong sense of place. That's why I love my home state of South Carolina and want to share the awesome things that have to offer from the beautiful mountains down to the sunny coast. It's got it all. Not to mention to my personal favorites. Great Gulf and amazing food. Come see why I love this place visit. Discover South Carolina dot com. 5 43 money news time Pat is here and wait. Now we have too much toilet paper. Remember all that stockpiling and hoarding last year? Well, guess what. It's catching up to us. The Wall Street Journal says Bath tissue sales in January were down 4% from a year ago, a year after stocking up toilet paper sales were down 14% in February and 33% in March, Americans spent more than $11 billion on toilet paper last year of from nine billion in a typical Year. Manufacturing wasn't able to quickly respond last year because it takes months just to build machines that make toilet paper Jenny Cho Sola Fox knew the opening Bell rings this morning after a fairly lackluster start to the week on Wall Street stocks slipped below record lows yesterday as investors brace for first quarter earnings readings on inflation, Retail sales and unemployment are also in focus. This week. At the closing bell, the Dow Jones industrial average fell 55 points and NASDAQ was off 50 S and P lost Frank. Another point I shot in the arm is a real shot in the arm for uber ride share bookings for March at their highest level since the pandemic started a year ago. Uber says Ride requests increased by 9% for the month of March over East recorded $52 billion in sales for March, more than double from the previous year. Over, says consumer demand for rides continues to increase as more Americans get vaccinated for covert 19. Additionally, Uber says consumer demand for food delivery continues to exceed career availability. This comes after Uber lost nearly $6.8 billion in revenue last year as a result of the pandemic. I'm Tom Roberts Ah 1000 bucks for a pint of ice cream. Well, it's not just any ice cream. You know what I mean? Yeah, there's an eBay listing that selling Dolly Parton is new flavor for a cool Grand Dolly teamed up with a dessert company to make strawberry pretzel pie ice cream. The benefit Her charity sold out last week in the website even crashed. Jenny Splendid Ice Cream says it's working around.

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Amazon workers in Alabama vote not to form a union

Rush Limbaugh

00:13 sec | 3 d ago

Amazon workers in Alabama vote not to form a union

"Forming a union. With 72% of the ballots counted, 71% of the voters voted against joining the retail wholesale in department store union, according to the Wall Street Journal. On Wall Street this afternoon Stocks remained

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Fresh update on "wall street journal" discussed on Mornings on Maine Street

Mornings on Maine Street

00:52 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wall street journal" discussed on Mornings on Maine Street

"Up right now. No mess. What a mess Indeed. All right, Well, keep us posted to know you will 7 40. Now as we check business news from Fox brought you local Villagers. Ace Hardware. Thompson Bridge Road. Gainesville as we continue with mornings on Main Street. I'm Connell McShane. This is the Fox business report. Silicon Valley's fact is expected to take ride company grab public in a deal valued it. $40 billion grab owns the ride business in Southeast Asia that was sold by Uber. Reuters says the special purpose acquisition company Altimeter has backing from financial firms Fidelity International and Janice Henderson Grub hubs. New owner Just eat Takeaway expects to close the deal by the summer. The buyer based in Amsterdam, is reporting a strong first quarter with Orders of nearly 80% Americans have too much toilet paper. The Wall Street Journal says Bath tissue sales in January were down 4% from a year ago. The decline is a sign that last year's stockpiling is starting to have an impact on sales. That your.

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Professor Tom Eisman: The Real Reason Why Startups Fail Now

The Small Business Radio Show

02:11 min | 4 d ago

Professor Tom Eisman: The Real Reason Why Startups Fail Now

"One of the eternal questions in entrepreneurship is why do so many startups fail here with some answers. Is tom eisman. Who's the howard h stevenson professor of business administration the harvard business school and faculty co chair of the arthur rock center for entrepreneurship thomas. Authored more than one hundred s case studies and his writing has appeared in the wall street journal. Harvard business review in forbes. He's the author of a new book called. Why startups failed tom. Welcome to the show area. Thanks for having me well. How have you been surviving through the pandemic. just great it's A great time to write a book and it turns out. I know i'm ready to yeah plenty of quiet time. So why do startups fail. That's the first question we gotta start with sure Startups fail because they run out of money and they can't raise more Which i guess isn't very helpful. It's like the coroner saying This this person died from loss of blood and so it is because i always say that every business fails because they run out of money and i think that's important because so many entrepreneurs don't value cash flow. They keep looking at sales. So i think it is instructive especially protect startups. Where where there's a tolerance for For losing money under the expectation that if you can big enough you're to make some money but but boy If you get in trouble along the way and you can't raise the next round when you when you're burning through cash you you're on the way failure or you don't listen to customers actually help fund your business in those smaller things that perhaps just a service oriented company exactly so do starts fail also because not. Everyone is meant to be an entrepreneur. I think that over the last. I guess since the internet bubble of the early two thousands. We've kind of romanticized. Starting a business as a get rich. Quick scheme i mean we know we think of mark zuckerberg and elon. Musk is it because sometimes the wrong people start businesses yeah. I don't think there's there's no doubt about that. I think some some sizable fraction of of new businesses fail. Because people aren't cut out for it.

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The Real Reason Why Startups Fail

The Small Business Radio Show

01:41 min | 4 d ago

The Real Reason Why Startups Fail

"Well one of the eternal questions in entrepreneurship is why do so many startups fail here with some answers. Is tom eisman. Who's the howard h stevenson professor of business administration the harvard business school and faculty co chair of the arthur rock center for entrepreneurship thomas. Authored more than one hundred s case studies and his writing has appeared in the wall street journal. Harvard business review in forbes. He's the author of a new book called. Why startups failed tom. Welcome to the show area. Thanks for having me well. How have you been surviving through the pandemic. just great it's A great time to write a book and it turns out. I know i'm ready to yeah plenty of quiet time. So why do startups fail. That's the first question we gotta start with sure Startups fail because they run out of money and they can't raise more Which i guess isn't very helpful. It's like the coroner saying This this person died from loss of blood and so it is because i always say that every business fails because they run out of money and i think that's important because so many entrepreneurs don't value cash flow. They keep looking at sales. So i think it is instructive especially protect startups. Where where there's a tolerance for For losing money under the expectation that if you can big enough you're to make some money but but boy If you get in trouble along the way and you can't raise the next round when you when you're burning through cash you you're on the way failure or you don't listen to customers actually help fund your business in those smaller things that perhaps just a service oriented company exactly

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Jordan accuses Prince Hamzah of plot to destabilise kingdom

Planet Money

01:17 min | Last week

Jordan accuses Prince Hamzah of plot to destabilise kingdom

"Jordan's former Crown prince says he's under house arrest. Yet Prince homes have been Hussein and 20. Other people are accused of a plot to threaten the country's quote, security and stability. The half brother of King Abdullah, the second said he isn't allowed to communicate with anyone and that his Internet has been shut down through his lawyer. He released this statement to the BBC. It's reached the point where no one is able to Speak or express opinion on anything without being bullied, Arrested, harassed and threaten. Jared Nelson of the Wall Street Journal is covering this story, and he's on the line from Istanbul. Welcome to the program. Morning, So I recognize this is all about intrigue and things happening behind the scenes. But have you been able to figure out what prompted the arrests? Well, what the government is saying is they're describing what they say is a foreign backed plot to destabilize Jordan involving Prince Hamzah and two other men should it hasn't been saying who's a member of the royal family? And best of all, we don't know who's a four former Chief of the Royal Court and Finance minister on their accusing all

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Why did Brazil's defence chiefs quit?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:46 min | Last week

Why did Brazil's defence chiefs quit?

"Joined today by samantha pearson and fernando augusta per sheku cement to pearson is the brazil correspondent for the wall street journal. She joins us from sao paulo and fernando augusta. Yoshiko is from ceo palo. He's monocle senior correspondent and he is right here in the studio in london. A i will start with you samantha. And the story. That is the reason. We're doing this episode. It's the resignation of these three service chiefs. Obviously a choreographed move on their part. But how seismic has that been. It's been a pretty big may chair in brazil. Last time the heads of the armed forces left on the same day was nineteen ninety-five And that was the end. Up brazil's twenty one year dictatorship. So really it's not normal for this to happen in brazil and it's it's had a huge impact and just to follow that up samantha. Anyone know yet entirely what the motivations are actually at some level. Trying to bolsonaro out i think site mean a defense ministry said very little when they announced the change but sources close. The government told as essentially resigned in protest. Why do they do this. Because basically the past couple of years while sonata the president bus not has been trying to politicize military force Bat kim on political issues now. This is a lot of tension among the hiring sip. the military. They believe that they answer only to the constitution that they're above plots politics fair while they're going to be tarnished. The entire arms is brazil is going to be tarnished by both sinatra's administration and particularly his handling of the pandemic which is being pretty catastrophic care in brazil

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Asian American Business and Tech Leaders Raise Awareness

All Things Considered

00:47 sec | Last week

Asian American Business and Tech Leaders Raise Awareness

"And tech leaders are raising money and awareness for groups fighting violence against their communities. Hey, cuties, Nina Thorsen reports San Francisco Venture capitalists, Dave Lew said he wrote a letter to channel his anger and frustration after the Atlanta shootings, the targeted Asian Americans. He shared it with friends and now more than 1700. People have signed the letter, which appeared in the Wall Street Journal Wednesday morning. The effort. It's putting forth called Stand with Asian Americans intends to raise $10 million to help document hate crimes, provide legal help for victims and research, the causes and solutions of anti Asian racism. The group includes founders and executives from Zoom YouTube Door Dash, Pinterest Stitch, Fix and Pellet on. I'm Nina

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Employers and the pandemic effect

Clark Howard Show

02:01 min | Last week

Employers and the pandemic effect

"We gotta talk you know. Employers have used the pandemic as an excuse as a way of getting rid of people that are older workers and they been able to avoid any discrimination age discrimination oversight really by using the pandemic as a way of paring back workforce's really giving it a older employees them taking it on the chan in the crazy thing is the reality companies that do that end up lowering their future profitability. And they think they're so smart. Treating older workers like dirt and treating them as refuse or surplus and hiring somebody younger cheaper and yeah there are advantages at least immediately with payroll. But what a you moves you move the institutional memory. I've seen that in so many industries so many businesses where they decide they're going to pare payroll and they really go after the older workers and end up thinking that they're doing something really clever. They know it's sturdy but they think they're doing something clever but they end up hurting the company's very future well now to surprise the wall street journal wrote a report about why getting rid of the older workers is actually going to harm the american economy because the number of workers fifty five and older that are in the workforce right now is down to thirty eight percent

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What's The Real Tea on Celebrity Beauty Brands?

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:36 min | Last week

What's The Real Tea on Celebrity Beauty Brands?

"I think it's time to dive into our topic of the day and it's all about the real behind the latest celebrity brands that have come to light in the last year and i feel like in the last six months. It's been like every other day. You're seeing a celebrity step to get their piece of the beauty pie so in the last month even we've had covey skin debut in. That's from that model emily. Dj auto Haven't tried that yet. Gene are just confirmed to wall street journal Yesterday that she has a skincare line coming. Hebrews filed the trademark for road. It goes on and on and on fantasy harris dropping soon if the internet is to be believed and yesterday kris jenner and chrissy teigen launched a whole personal care home line of cleaning products. So it just doesn't stop so Why do you think this deluge of launches his happening right now. We would discuss day because we feel like celebrity brands was such a huge thing years ago when they will launching fragrances right and every snaps had a fragrance so like the thing to do and just kind of went silent i think with the rise of influences and influence a marketing and i guess people feel like they can trust influences. Moreover celebrities and mike percy kind of celebrities want a taste of that now they want to put the names backout. They still want to be the authority on beauty in general. I guess so. I think as far as skincare goes it seems such a surge in popularity especially over the last year of locked down and people wanting to expand with skin moon. I felt like everyone was of the pie.

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Hospital price disclosure is the law not happening

Clark Howard Show

02:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Hospital price disclosure is the law not happening

"Today's episode i wanna talk about hospital pricing. You know this is an area that is the probably the biggest problem in healthcare costs hospitals have conspired to prevent people to comparison shop. And if you look at where. the cost. medical care has skyrocketed in the last twenty years. It's all on the hospitals doctors not at all nurses not at all pharmaceuticals well. They're somewhat a problem but the whole ballgame has been the hospitals and the hospitals have fought every possible. Way doing what they're supposed to do which is give you the ability to comparison shop. They are required by law to allow you to know the price of a procedure based on your individual health care coverage you have insurance or what. It costs if you don't but do you know. An investigation exclusive investigation by the wall. Street journal found that hospitals are using code. Software developers have come up with to hide their pricing. So they're complying with the letter of the law. The pricing is there on the hospital websites but then they use coding to hide the prices. So when you go to comparison shop you can't this is disgusting. People have been fighting about obamacare since. What two thousand nine. twenty ten. Whatever and before obamacare during obamacare. Whatever comes after obamacare. The problem is not how we ensure people. The problem is all on the cost side. And it's all with these hospitals. They conspire against the best interests of our country.

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News Corp. buys Houghton Mifflin Harcourt books division

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

News Corp. buys Houghton Mifflin Harcourt books division

"An agreement to purchase the consumer arm of educational publisher Houghton Mifflin Hard court, which would mark the media companies second deal in less than a week. Deal without a portfolio of high profile novels. Monsters such as George Orwell, Philip Roth and J. R. Are talking to News Corp's Harken Paul HarperCollins Publishers division. The deal indicates that News Corp. Which in addition to Harper, Collins, owns Wall Street Journal and Market Watch publisher Dow

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Suez Canal ship partially refloated

Sports X Radio

00:23 sec | 2 weeks ago

Suez Canal ship partially refloated

"The shipping snarl at the Suez Canal gets untangled that skyscraper size ship that had been blocking the Suez Canal has been partially free by salvage crews. That's according to Bloomberg News and the Wall Street Journal. It's unclear at this point when the canal reopened for trade, but this is definitely huge relief as the narrow water route accounts for roughly 12% of global trade. That's folks is Marianne

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Investigations into New York governor Cuomo heat up as staff are subpoenaed

WBZ Afternoon News

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Investigations into New York governor Cuomo heat up as staff are subpoenaed

"Guidance. The investigation into sexual harassment accusations against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is heating up senior members of the governor's staff of no but subpoenaed by the state attorney general here, CBS is Christi collision. Cuomo Secretary Melissa Derosa's among the Albany officials subpoenaed an attorney general Tish James's investigation. Into a sexual assault allegations, according to the Wall Street Journal accuser and former aide analyst told the paper she was asked by investigators about Derosa's role is communications director in 2014 when less work for the governor list, said she didn't interact much with Derosa at the time. A state lawmaker says the separate impeachment probe into the governor is expanding. On top of looking into the sexual harassment accusations. They're examining now whether he unlawfully used his office to provide his family members with special access to scarce covert

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Report: New York AG Subpoenas Dozens Of Cuomo Aides In Sexual Harassment Investigation

Bloomberg Law

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

Report: New York AG Subpoenas Dozens Of Cuomo Aides In Sexual Harassment Investigation

"Into sexual harassment allegations against Governor Andrew Cuomo. Wall Street Journal reports Laetitia James has subpoena dozens of officials in the Cuomo administration. Almost top aide Melissa Derosa is reportedly among those to be subpoenaed earlier this month. Was being summoned, are requested to provide documents in connection to the harassment and misconduct accusations. Ah pushes on in New York City to get all city workers

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New York AG subpoenas Cuomo officials in harassment probe

Masters in Business

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York AG subpoenas Cuomo officials in harassment probe

"The New York attorney general is taking a major step in the investigation into sexual Harassment allegations against Governor Andrew Cuomo. The Wall Street Journal reports Letitia James has subpoenaed dozens of officials in the Cuomo administration. Cuomo's top aide, Melissa Derosa, is reportedly among those to be subpoenaed earlier this month. Those being summoned are requested to provide documents and connection to the misconduct

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Cuomo aides subpoenaed in sexual-harassment probe

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cuomo aides subpoenaed in sexual-harassment probe

"Attorney general's office has now subpoenaed dozens of officials in Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration requesting that they produced documents as part of the investigation into sexual harassment allegations against the governor. That's what the Wall Street Journal is reporting this morning. Three former female aides and to current female aides have accused Cuomo of sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior. He denies he did anything wrong.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"By the FCC the Wall Street journal reports as he sees looking into possible sales plunging at the company still punching is when a dealer takes a new car labels that loaner themselves they use to help me company sales targets the Palestinian president has which the world a glorious and peaceful Christmas black mood Abbas is also telling Christians in the west bank who left the Palestinian authority oversees the restoration of the church of the nativity in Bethlehem the church was removed to death you're from UNESCO endangered world heritage list and lawmakers in New York you're looking at a statute of limitations bill that could give the me too movement a new boost earlier this year New York waive the statute of limitations for twelve months the people get black file lawsuits over their childhood experiences we'll check out of Stalin the one ten with the KFI in the sky next I never planned on being in an accident but that truck didn't stop the truck accident left me with so many questions do I have the best doctors what about my car the medical bills work I need help I got a call the barns for that was the best calling could have made at the Barnes firm we handle thousands of accident cases our team works to answer all of your questions and help you get the best results possible twenty judge you is responsible for the content of this advertising west fifth street Los Angeles it's the most wonderful time of the year stater brothers markets would like to thank you for shopping with them merry Christmas from their family to yours so get weather from KFI partly to mostly cloudy with that mid fifties to write it sixty this report is brought to you by stater brothers from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy it's a style on the one hand northbound side at academy a truck with a blown out transmission sitting there in the right lane expects minor delays passing through once you will pass that it's a nice quite right continuing north into Pasadena KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorneys super woman super lawyers dot com will Kohlschreiber taking a look at the one on one looking for any kind of problem in your drive here on the water one freeway across the valley floor and not really seeing anything it looks great out past the floral five it's got a head west bound side should make the curve down towards the Hollywood area not a bad drive there either and the forty five itself movie well between the for very top the top there where it meets the five all the way down through this over the past injured in an accident this is dot com will Kohlschreiber K. F. on this guy okay if I tried to get sponsored by the southern California BMW centers can't find the sky helps get you there faster I'm sort crop end of the B. M. W. road home sales event to receive a credit of up to forty five hundred dollars on select models now through January second see a southern California BMW center today for details or.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"According to the Wall Street journal which by the way is owned by Rupert Murdoch the same company that owns fox quote the report relates in what we're talking about the DOJ report into the origins of the Russia collusion investigation quote the report relate a trail of terrible judgment in violations of process that should shock Americans who thought better of their premier law enforcement agency the F. B. I. corrupted the secret court process for obtaining warrants to spy on former trump eight Carter page and it did so by supplying the court with false information produced by Christopher steel and agent of the Hillary Clinton campaign end of quote one of their columnists Kimberly stressful says this quote the report is try up for former house Intel chair Devin newness who first blew the whistle on fights to abuse the report confirms all the elements of the February twenty eighteen Nunez Memel which said the dossier was an essential part of applications and withheld from and it was held in fall from the FISA court end of quote here is what AG Barr said about the IG report to very quickly the only species on with one of the things with the all the FISA application taking in the report is very critical documents seventeen emissions or errors in the by the initial the three subsequent applications the FISA court for surveillance of casa page as we know them the report does say it resulted in fines replications that made it appear that the information supporting probable cools and stronger than was actually the case do you think that given that actually those fines revocation should never been made yeah the this is the meat of the the issue and if you actually spend time to look what happened I think you'd be a poll the remember they say okay we're not gonna go and talk to the campaign we're gonna send people and wire a mop and haven't talked to the individuals that happened that happened in get September and October and it all came back exculpatory people are you know not don't know if you find that not only exculpatory as to a relationship with the Russians but as to the specific facts and that Hey they never did anything about that they just pressed the head but be they never informed the court they were told they didn't have probable cause to get a warrant and so they took the steel dot CA which they have done nothing to verify and they use that to get the warrant to collapse everything it is a with help from the court all the exculpatory information and they withheld from the court information about the lack of reliability of steel the real interesting thing here and to me the major takeaway actually is after the election because in January they wanted to steal was dealing with one person on top of one person and that's the problem because the primary some source and it was that person who happened to so called network of sub sources when I finally got around to talking to him he said I don't know what steals talking about I didn't tell him for it was mostly bar room talk and rumor I made it clear to him this was my own suppositions and theories and this is and and at that point it was clear that the dossier was a sham so what happens what happens at that point they don't tell the court and they continue to get FISA warrants based on that dot CA that was a G. William bar this is John Ratliff Republican from Texas even if there was a basis to open it everything that came after was exculpatory there was no reason to continue it and the second part of this is really important is when they got to the stage of a FISA application October as you see it here this report is just completely full of with the with the inspector general politely says our errors and omissions another way of saying that lies misrepresentations false statements and the failure to turn over exculpatory information and president trump fabricated.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"On subscriptions before everyone made this pivot to paid was. Well, the Wall Street Journal is the outlier because it's other people's money as like business class airfare, a lot of people are willing to to pay extra for that. Yeah. It's a great question. We that may be where we were. But we've I think as we've grown. I'm we've we've set any grow into a. I guess a mole be to see rather than to see for P, and that's really been the growth in the core. The core business is is broadened broadening our reach broadening our appeal to different audiences. I mean, they me wrong. The the corporate credit card of these plays a role and retention race. You know, always good with coporate credit cards, but other we have a problem because so many people change jobs in the media and marketing history so quickly that there they take with them their their corporate card. So I don't know if you have any ideas on that one. Yeah. I'm. Yeah. I would I maybe maybe think about encouraging them to sign up without without that work Email that Pasolini you've got away to exactly in them. Okay. So explain the setup of of of your group particular. Yes, the cool membership team again, this this this probably right or wrong answer. But our starting point was the customer, broadly speaking, we think about the subscriptions customer journey as a bowtie say you've got the discover phase, you got the convert phase, and you've got engaged, retain, and this basically within my team the seven different functions within the team and each function, basically take part of that subscription life cycle. And so each point of the scripture in life cycle, there is a team of people worrying about what they need to do to move the the subscriber or the member in our case down the down the funnel to become a member or to engage retain them as they become as they become members. And this involves the customer journey and stuff. I I'm now well aware of this because of our own meme. Ship program. Our team is always talking about customer journeys. Yeah. I mean, I've had a funnels of had bow ties this lots of or Doges general journeys, lots of ways to think about it. But I think if you start with the customer, then then, you know, pretty good place to stop because you are. You'll following their their journey that journey with you. Yeah. So let's talk about the each of the phases discovery..

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"wall street journal" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Because obviously the Wall Street Journal has had subscriptions for quite a long time. And now with everyone going into subscriptions, you know, people come at it from different from different areas. Yeah. Yeah. The generals how to pay since ninety seven. I I was at school in ninety seven. But yes, started I didn't start it. And I can't take the credit for it. But I I started I'm actually originally from from the UK so across the Atlantic to get to the journal, but was at sister publication say the times of London, I'm and then the sun sun newspaper, always been a Marketa. I'm anne. Now, marketing and sales is my is my thing. Okay. So explain the makeup of the Wall Street Journal subscriptions group is it a group because it's it's different from circulation, and I'm sure every single every single company has a different setup. And it really depends on a lot of things. But particularly, you know, where they come from when when he come from a newspaper, you're gonna have you're gonna have a different setup because you have a circulation department, but explain how it set up at the journal. Yeah, I think the structure really matters is is very my first for the first point. And for us. We we we structured around the customer. So broadly speaking, we kind of said, this this three different types of customer that we want to grow membership for student membership business. I'm so the jam running the student membership business a cool membership business, which is what I run, and then also all professional business, which is Wall Street. Jen. Uh-huh. Pro and C suite verticals, if you think about almost the price of subscription or or Arpey as you come and go up Jane, the top of the pyramid is a high stop customers. And then students is all kind of entry entry method into the general. Okay. And so you're running the core. The people taking out and their credit card companies credit card and pane cracked. Yeah. How much of the business is corporate credit cards because I can always remember the knock.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on Rocket

"Wall Street Journal CMS, and nobody seems to have taken responsibility for it or whatever I like, you shouldn't be laughing about this because I actually know someone who did jail time because he allegedly leaked a log information in IRC that someone then briefly defaced a news organization's website. So these things can have consequences, which to me is kind of like, the the most potentially hilarious thing is I would like to see kind of like, you know, going to take us a while. You mean when you said the winner, the chicken dinner in fort night, tell us what word ain't that's what I'm saying. Like like Dow Jones really wants to haul out on this like that would actually be like really funny to have to see the brief. I would really love to read the complaint that would have to explain what all the things were. Yeah. She told the court will what what did this mean? And what was this and people like, no, no, no. It's a fortnight thing. We it's a joke. We didn't really wanna get anybody's credit card information. Oh, well, we think you did. So workshop, and you this knows, you know. Yeah. I mean it was Christmas early. Yeah. Well, played well played hackers. But also, what can you ask a point of order about this yet from this? This is why I didn't understand about this. So I get the news alert on my phone Wall Street Journal's been hacked like it's an apple news, and I'm expecting to go to the Wall Street Journal front page like say their CMS and like top story of my subscription. It's like PD pie, blah, blah, blah. But this isn't quite what happened it was harder site. So they ran an ABC through Wall Street Journal or some with the third party relationship with Wall Street Journal. Yeah. So Wall Street Journal has its own sponsored content thing that's word of It's its. advertising division. And so I guess that was like if you visit Wall Street Journal dot com might have had.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"And cars are gaining steam wall street journal reporter ellen byron says viewers say they feel instant gratification watching grime vanish without having to lift a finger themselves except a click on a video ellen what have you found while climbing that a lot of people love watching other people pressure wash their houses their driveways sidewalks decks cars as a way to relax as relax but if the nothing's happening to their own patio or call four citing walkway at all they're doing is cooking on video but they say that they feel this instant gratification watching grime vanish when you're using one of these high pressure sprayers they can blast off dirt and grime and debris so fast and they make really crisp lines that people say make for a very exciting transformation these are the people who insist on having lines in their carpeting when they vacuum to probably have a feeling and maybe videos of those will take off to watch yeah because they're they're it's just a calm steady progress and i guess when you don't have that in your day to day life you can click on a video and find it there that we're speaking with wall street journal reporter ellen byron she's written a funny piece about powerwashing it's entitled what's better than.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"On tv but not wall street journal sportswriter jayson gay casual by sandra sports chuck by what media hype draft this year is now going to be on three networks that went through a state of the union address in the nfl be on three different channels the nfl draft here what jason says he'd rather be doing than watching it in about twenty five minutes president trump's travel ban despite three defeats in lower courts seems like it will be victorious at the supreme court under scrutiny yesterday the government's lawyer argued that current restrictions on entry from five specific countries traced not from the president's provocative campaign statements about muslims but the deliberate assessments of national security professionals solicitor general knoll francisco argued before the justices in favor of what's called proclamation number ninety six forty five this is not a socalled muslim ban if it were it would be the most ineffective muslim ban that one could possibly imagine since not only does it exclude the vast majority of the muslim world it also will midst three muslimmajority countries that were covered by past orders including iraq chad and sudan the travel ban targets iran libya north korea somalia syria yemen and some officials from venezuela the wall street journal says the courts liberal justices homed in on what could be for them it's saving grace on allowance for case by case waivers more on the high court's questioning from usa today supreme court correspondent richard wolfe who watched the arguments yesterday rich what was your takeaway five members of the five conservative members of the court appeared likely to side with the administration now it's always tough to make that call justice clarence thomas doesn't speak during arguments so you never know but presuming that he is with the government this it appeared that president trump is at least more than likely to win the case to keep his travel ban in place all of the lower district courts and appeals courts he's been losing losing losing both on the west coast in california why and on the east coast maryland virginia judges continuously have said that the travel ban is a violation of immigration nationality act and also constitutional the supreme court beliefs the.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Of this very mellow lay back place in when i was there was like construction cranes others there's there's not shining office buildings going up hotels apartments i mean it says she can really see it when you got there but you know it's not a new yorker san francisco but i mean for for boise they're definitely it's getting crowded we're speaking with wall street journal reporter jim carlton he's written interesting piece about boise idaho and the growing pains that's taking place with this surging population they have well see that's that's just it i mean they they're they're talking about i mean this is beginning i mean by twenty fifty they're talking about you know the state of idaho could i mean they're talking about i mean i forget what the numbers are now with us a doubling but right now the state of idaho's close to two million people and they're talking about adding hundreds of thousands of more people there's plenty of land on outskirts of boise and another problem there's a lot of farmland which is being converted to subdivisions i i went to subdivision where you can literally see there was a big house a brand new house and there's like cow's moving right behind you know so those cows feels is gonna be history applaud under and so they rate th there's definitely room to grow in boise now the the problem is these these these western towns tend to go boom boss so you know there's definitely the danger that they could over build and going to bust again mean that that could definitely happen so hopefully would that could happen jim wall street journal reporter jim carlton twenty minutes now in front of the hour on this morning america's first news.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on WSB-AM

"That was the wall street journal headline i read the journal basically covered cover every day that like the actual news stuff the a section now because i want to be informed but i wanna know what the propaganda is there's plenty of facts in there but when when facts conflict with agenda you're getting agenda and that to me is what's most interesting about it why i keep up on it but i've noticed several times the wall street journal recently has put out these articles about how desperate the midwest is for labor if you need a job you're young you just get right out there you're going to get a job it's great and i and i was thinking about it in the context of ireland at the same time last week there was news of ireland i think they're having a referendum on abortion now ireland super catholic and actually i got my son with down syndrome irish citizenship i have irish citizenship because it's why we place around that has plenty kids with down syndrome it seemed to me maybe i'm wrong but i i think that's sadly a fact so i was surprised that they were going to attempt to get that through and that they had gotten through via referendum a constitutional amendment for same sex marriage and this thinking about this prompted me to tweet the difference between normative and positive i'm just saying how it is i'm just saying positively this is what's happening they're normative is how it should be i'm not a pining on how it should be that's a conversation for another day so they they have this change and i was trying to figure out how did it happen and i remember ireland was kind of a poor plays people didn't emigrate there too much then when it joined the eu there was all sorts of financial stimulus tons and tons of jobs in ireland people flooded in took the jobs tech jobs for young people there and it became more of a diverse population now the you know everything crashed and debt crisis and all that but the people are there i doubt they're getting home again they're they're they're probably on the dole and that kind of economic stimulus.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Politicians across the country are getting younger and among other things they'd like it if you'd stop calling them molyneux's bowery board line of the wall street journal is here with more she profiled the very young city council in charlotte boundaries this the start of a trend we're seeing getting younger yes it's not clear yet that they're voting in bigger numbers so my point is that there are a lot of millennial there now outnumber baby boomers and generation x in terms of total number of people but millennial voters too far has not voted in force expected they i've talked to a number of democracy say that's gonna change as the generation ages and gets closer to thirty but but what really happened in charlotte was that they've been a number of things we're last several years that the prompted a bizarre to political change then there was voted out of office for example and there was a big desire to to change things up and these young candidates one valerie what don't they like about the term millennial well i think you know it's funny because you ask you know talked to a lot of young people for this story and i think they feel like millennial has a lot of baggage to it that you did they walk around with earphones in there is usually sleeping upstairs basement or you know the old trope that you know they wanna trophy for everything and that's really really is is off putting to some of the young people because either people who are leaders in their communities and in their neighborhoods and they're like hey we're grown up we're not you know teenager sleep until noon like maybe the perception of that word would have you think we're speaking with valerie line of the wall street journal valerie what did the younger people on the council wants to change about the way the council communicates with the public.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on WDRC

"Every one of you for that you don't know how much it meant to me and when i come back into this chamber here today it just see in the faces of all of you uh it it just means more to me than you can imagine so thanks for all of that love and support holt so there was very nice yesterday ever in a very very nice and and uh now today the democrats are referring to him as a white supremacist nazi scum businesses back to business as usual uh no it was a two in all seriousness of it was it was great to see him back and it was great to see they seem to have a lot of energy that the on he was in you and i talked about this earlier he was in pretty bad shape especially as a couple of weeks after when the infection started hitting and you're wondering whether we are all wondering we know how series was was at touch and go when he had to go back so to see him with all that ah energy and you know full of life was just excellent just excellent to see a in great spirits and and it was just you know it was that was a good point of the morning yesterday when that happened um we saw that breaking and it was a it was great because all the quote i'm back that was that's all i needed this to you is great uh and uh in uh in in other news we've talked about the morning to about the republican in their tax the republicans in their tax plan and the mentioned the wall street journal a headline from yesterday are actually probably from last night uh that does said okay they've they've had their first hurdle which we knew what it was going to be about which was by uh being able to do docked state uh local and and and property uh taxes and and we have run we ran through it.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"They be with us americans have traditionally moved to find jobs but with a growing reluctance by workers to relocate some companies have decided to move closer to potential hires firms or expanding to cities with a bounty of underemployed retrieving men and women from freelance giggs manual labor and parttime jobs with duties that one worker said required only a heartbeat to perform it's a story from wall street journal reporter jennifer levitte's jennifer what are you hearing adding coin great are at mere low accompanied by having to get creative worker and one thing bear nearing got air our awada worker that are in better working but they're not and got provide ordering gop better blood about cold air thanks to actively pursue fat pailin call trial find these people by the way the elected it what section of a city my people say hey you know have their hands raised help us help us we're in debt and jobs right right it till it quit counting mike conley one one measurement meant that a lot of labour the member keycorp who are in part time gap to acquit her to work fulltime ankle currently that make come i point three million us where about three point two out pretend they in work for according to the latest data and bad and at down perma high of merely bank yeah well about two point eight average hitting or good coca people their work who are crammed god it went to her to work for prime dan at the other way to air they're looking at it in community are our kerbane in pico in there who fitting and finding out what they're doing what they're agriculture level ebb and looking at whether they're lever in their hair and technical training and corn and and then going after peacock we're speaking with wall street journal reporter jennifer levitte's s about her priests entitled the new corporate recruitment pool workers in debt in jobs so some companies are actually relocating to find bodies well they're they're picking the winner and.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Luke has been part of your labour day with us kits back to school tomorrow for me to bed mean i didn't see that all miss them when they're gun soon after walmart bought jet dot com employees at the ecommerce startup learn how dry life under the retail behemoth could be that's because walmart took away all the office blues wait what office boos you say it's a story from wall street journal reporter sara naas hour sarah what went down here lack kemba walmart by chat dot com went took the largestever protective any commerce startup and it was really being you know a came for walmart to go after a startup that they hope pole in a book three commerce health and how they compete well amazon story in about how the culture at their team you know several month in to the deal and told through a tale of often tricky net debt as is quite the way it sounds but they do have legal of essentially like a 5 o'clock hour i'm how up you know it the startup that had at a really well raised over five hundred million dollars of after crate food there was tonight happy hour in the all there there were some two more keenly 10 i'm ordering dinner and i'm going to have a beer at my desk with my colleague at eight pm it was very laid back and that way and then hoping eternity and i thought that have it's basically out that any activity apart any activity and walmart is not walmart is very different culture on drinking in part because so concerned about cost which basically throw payton an impact comparative culture and how they can expand alcohol when you're on a work you know you're wall might have played a definitely no office checkin no when walmart considered buying dead even before the two t own you know like how are we going to keep the culture but when we do about the optus trickling we're speaking with wall street journal reporter sara naas our see at a fascinating story entitled it's five o'clock somewhere unless you've been acquired by walmart i so that eventually took another turn right than walmart sortie even yield back on that yeah so they brought back in we.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And his wall street journal reporter heather hadn't explains it also will bring a new rule book regarding supermarket profit heather how so avocado obviously felt so many day diaper every day you know all kinds of every day household item but they also do a lot of hype prop ecological written that really help that make money so that allow them to have a lot less proper pressure one men their bid to help them make plenty like grocers which really do so current make the the the vast majority of their profit todd food and beverage ko coker occurred at been at a prepared for another cut of items that really great career about going there to buy food and what you need to eat at your household that is really where they can make their money where it they haven't i could completely different otto were taken really becker fight profit in the short term to help gain game appreciate gain it at stop quake or you by all good and that look to make money up he waiter narrative later in your life span with them what correct me if i'm wrong marches are already thin a traditional grocery stores right yeah very pen for the key three percent profit marking banquet that cui people march so very thinking beyond avocado even before entered more robustly with all food authority record period he quakehit food prices which had driven down the word tell a again parked a price or that was already eating into profits and now only expected to accentuate that we're speaking with wall street journal reporter heather hadden she's written a piece entitled amazon doesn't need to make money on groceries putting pressure on walmart in kroger so with references to walmart and kroger here have they came out and said we've got what this we've got a different strategy any word from those guys more that we've got there so bayer that we're going to stick to their strategy were comfortable with our strategy they really not showing any concern at it that way at that point but even before it it now spent bad are aided sacrificing a lot of profit to try to catch up but how want to.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Glad you're with us welcome into friday the labor department releases its july employment report today economists expect employers added about one hundred eighty thousand jobs and employment rate of four point three percent here's what to consider beyond the standard numbers from wall street journal economics report eric morath eric what are you have to look at the overall trend in hiring and you know even moving along at a pretty good paid this year adding about one hundred eighty thousand jobs a month and and that actually been deprived of stomach on a mess there is expectation in the unemployment rate solve that it's harder to find workers in and that hiring with slum death not been the case would be growing at about the same pay to do as we did last year and guess what economists expect deputy can you exactly at one hundred eighty thousand jobs in july show mike it out i got a good where tractor parts i also point out point number two here the employment unemployment rate itself unemployed the unemployment rate is trendy quite near a sixteen year low but what i really do more interested in ghana appoint movement either way on that is team the unemployment rate fall an and recently it actually been folks wish beal left and a high school education or go to just have a high school diploma but no college though interesting they could help to explain why workers near the bottom of the income spectrum are starting to see wage increases even though the overall wage growth headed benefactor right how about our paychex right it took note talking about here that the average hourly earnings had been growing at a very steady rate over the past year so but dead they've not been increased their nets confounding some economists.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Dot org contact them today well there were good jobs for non college graduates rose from twenty seven million in 1991 to thirty million in 2015 but the labor market grew to buy 2015 the share of all good jobs that went to non college graduates fell from sixty percent to forty five percent during the twenty five year period leaving 45 million workers in low paying sometimes part time roles that don't offer a path to the middle class more from wall street journal workplace reporter lauren weber lauren what's up here but there to a common perception i think that there may be no more jobs are very few jobs black or people who don't have a college degree and i can the popular imagination when thinking about welders and factory than other kinds of production and manufacturing workers and mature pork from georgetown university which had a center on education and the workforce found that there are actually thirty million jobs in the us economy right now that are available that are being held by people who don't have college degrees but there is of course uh about today um it kind of a good news bad news story one job haven't totally disappeared and in fact there are some that are emerging and coming out is new kinds of jobs in a in a more service oriented economy the bad news is that there have any five million workers in the us who don't have a college degree that means there's only one job for every two and a half people while taiwan good job perry kuna people the rest end up being stuck in need are low paid job or a parttime job at yeah so they don't necessarily have that pathway into the middle class or what led to these numbers is thorough of the way to pin down well the data come come senseless survey is and uh one thing that the the researchers found with that will tell one thing they defined a good job at something that paid thirty five thousand dollars a year at lead now that doesn't sound like a lot in a lot of later that not a good job but it paid kwy a living wage about seventeen dollars now at the time on working fulltime however the.

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"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"wall street journal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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