35 Burst results for "Wyndham"

Monitor Show 16:00 10-17-2023 16:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:54 min | Last month

Monitor Show 16:00 10-17-2023 16:00

"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context, and context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. Move forward with some kind of M &A. Yeah, well, yeah, but there is Anthony Santalbini, our previous guest here on Bloomberg Television, pointed out to, it's also about not necessarily just M &A overall, but kind of the more strategic moves here, and choice Wyndham sounds like it makes sense, ExxonMobil, Pioneer sounds like it makes sense, but there are a lot of other tie -ups where I think investors would maybe scratch their head and push back a little bit here. All right, a mixed day here in the markets as we get the closing bells in New York here. The Dow Jones Industrial Average looks like it's going to finish the day right around, relatively unchanged we'll call it. It's up about 14 points here, but that's about a less than a fraction of a percent here on the day. The S &P 500 is going to finish in the red, but also only down by a fraction of a fraction of a percent, down less than one point. The NASDAQ composite, a more meaningful move lower, down about two -tenths of a percent over about 34 points, and your outperformer on the day, that's the Russell 2000, no ambiguity there, a 1 % gain for the Russell. We should point out the mid -caps, S &P 400 mid -caps, also up a percent on the day, and the transport, Carol, also up about a percent as well. That's interesting, especially the small -cap move, but maybe playing into expectations the consumer's still out there shopping and good things are going on in the U .S. economy and those smaller players. Having said that, let me go back to the S &P 500. Most of the names in the index higher today, up about 337 to be exact, remain. Yeah, let's get to some earnings. Crossing the wire right now, United Airlines out with their results right now, and here are your numbers for the 3Q. Passenger revenue coming in at about 13 .35 billion. That's a beat. Total operating revenue at 14 .48 billion. That's a beat. A modest beat, to be sure. Passenger miles in the quarter.

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Monitor Show 12:00 10-17-2023 12:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:55 min | Last month

Monitor Show 12:00 10-17-2023 12:00

"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. Exactly. There you go. Yeah, Barkley's talking about an $800 billion market by 2033, so some big, big numbers out there on these anti -obesity weight loss drugs, I guess is probably a better way to phrase it. This is Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act, this is Bloomberg Radio. In an environment with higher rates for longer, the five -day in office work week is effectively dead. It's definitely a good sign that we're not ready to land this economy just yet. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Radio. All right, coming up in this hour, we're going to check in with Jodie Laurie. She's a credit analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence. She follows all the hotels and all that kind of stuff. She's going to give us her thoughts on a potential for a deal in the hotel space, Choice Hotels and Wyndham. And then Robert Teeter, managing director and head of investment policy at Silvercrest Asset Management is going to join us with his market call. Angie Solanke, national retail director for Collier's is going to break down those retail sale numbers that came in really strong here this morning, get a little preview for the holiday season as well. Let's kick things off this hour with Denise Pellegrini and we'll be right back. Yeah, we've got a big.

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"wyndham" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

04:41 min | 6 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

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"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

"Are they all Thursday to Sunday tournaments? There's one week off on the fourth, right? So the week of that is that the 4th of July is our only week off. Pretty much until the elevated playoff events. Which start August last week of August, I believe. Right. 'cause I think ours is one of the last ones before the elevated events. Yeah, there's like two after or something like that, yeah. So yeah, we have time. Kansas City. Knoxville to Raleigh. Raleigh to Greer south Carolina. Grew to which Norman Oklahoma in the Norman Oklahoma to Springfield Illinois. And then 4th of July. What's the course in Springfield, you know? Panther creek. Panther creek. Oh, I think I've played there, actually. Springfield's a great little town. We were there two years ago. You got another number two years ago out there. Yeah. That was one of the first COVID. Bring back some memories. Let's go low boys here. Oh, we got a little reset here. We have a couple weeks off. Is that what this is? We have two weeks off. Yep, we get ready to leave. I'm going to leave on Saturday. And get the rental car and we're kind of ready. You know, we made sure we had enough room. So PGA Tour travel with Avis helped us out. Nice to go from there. You guys have that Avis like membership thing. I passed the counter. Oh yes. Oh yeah. We love it. We get off the airport airplane. We just roll right through to the gate or right through to the parking spot, grab our car and go. It's so nice. We just look at everybody standing in line, like, that honestly might have been the thing that changed my life the most. I've got like the national version of that table or something. I even know that was a thing. Yeah.

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:52 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

"I told him I told him before we even started the qualifying process. I'm here with you. So if you make it throughout, we're riding riding the wave. I feel like that matters a lot. We've gone through the process in 2019 and just missed just missed full status for I think two or three shots, two shots, maybe two shots. And as two is nothing. Oh yeah. Over the course of look at the course of that week and you could pick two shots off. Two shots off of one hole or even one 9, right? So, but that's golf, right? It's too shy. Everybody every week say, you know, I miss the three footer I'd be playing the weekend. I'm playing great. Could top 25 change the course of my season, you know? So if you're in the hospital. But yeah, that was driving me nuts. He didn't get the starts. We were hoping he would with the COVID wraparound season, a lot of guys got thrown into the reshuffle ahead of him from when he was in Q school. So didn't get quite the opportunity he was hoping. Now that she's kind of got the full status and keep on moving towards the ultimate goal, getting to the big show. Is it hard to not be chummy with other guys out there because you're all trying to take each other's like jobs basically? I don't know. From what I've heard is that the corn ferry tour is way different than the PGA Tour when that aspect, everybody wants everybody to succeed. Yeah, yeah. Obviously, there's a lot of college kids that are all growing up together and I'm kind of in the middle, I guess, of the age group. There's some older people as well and you've got these little clicks, but everybody wants everybody to succeed. You want everybody else to play well.

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:40 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

"When I felt the best and having a, which would go to go to shot shape, really September, September last year, late August. Getting ready to go through Q school and the start of Q school, even at final stage, I wouldn't say I was sharp. But I was able to get the, get the ball and hold, get it all around for the most part other than that first round at final stage. Those couple weeks or a month before that. Yeah. I felt like I had full control of my golf my golf ball. You were very impressive. But it's trying to find the happy medium because yeah, like you said, you have to take it. You have to go play. Like there's no, hey, I need a few more minutes or I need a few more hours, maybe days, whatever. You gotta go. Do you only have a certain amount of events? I can't afford to take more time off. I already skipped one event this year, and that was mostly because of the travel. But it was just, you gotta find that happy medium. And I've been getting back and forth with my coach, trying to send them videos, and it's hard, you know, sending them videos back and forth and you're not really sure if you're doing exactly what he's talking about or if that feel is really what you feel because feel versus real is. So, so, yeah. And when I feel one thing and the ball is doing the other, that's when it kind of went a little cuckoo, so there was what did we spend in Florida the first round I might have had my worst ball striking round in a very long time. We went and had lunch, took some time off and went back to the range, and probably spent an hour, maybe an hour and a half on the range, trying to find something, and I was just digging a hole.

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:39 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

"How tricky is it to know in math guy? I know like the points and everything needed each week and reshuffles and all that shit. I don't even know. I don't understand any of this. Yeah, I'm not as I'm not as well versed as Al would be. It's a lot of calculus. It's still new. There's a lot of stuff. You feel like the best way to do it would be just get like a kind of a general idea of a number that you need to get to or something of points. As far as points throughout the season. Yeah. Or like points at this point in the season, like just generally need to get to this point. I haven't followed it enough. Like I haven't looked back on this part or how many points these people had at certain point and whatever, but do they wait events differently? So the last four because they're not going to be playoff events anymore. The last point is the last four are elevated. So winner gets 600 instead of 500 minute works its way down as well. Okay, yeah, yeah, that makes sense. It all comes down to putting yourself in contention winning or having multiple top three top 5 finishes. Your end of the year, you're trying to finish in the top 30, but you're trying to win the thing. You're trying to be number one at the at the end of the year because you get the exemptions into most of the majors, the players, the elevator designated events next year. The number one on the corn ferry list is the only one that gets that. That's why. Those guarantees it. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, which it's like, yeah. When Clark just got he just won and he just got finally he's most likely now going to be into all the designated events next year. Right. Yeah. Which is like to you. That's why. Pretty wild playing so well out there on tour.

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:14 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

"We're joining, when I preface this, I said that it was just Alistair because Sam was at the dentist and you got a root canal, so the left side of your face doesn't work. Not as well as it should be. That's for sure. It's just frozen. It's frozen. Numb, entirely numb. So boys, you played, I believe 8 events so far this year? I think so. Is that right? I believe so. Last time we had you on was right after Q school finals. And you were obviously all jacked up. You were Raven about your guy, Sam. You're right, you're telling the whole fucking story about the back 9 and finals. The roller coaster, making a couple birdies coming in, the whole deal. Now that you've done 8 events and you guys have had whatever it's been three or four months on corn ferry tour, where are we? What's our what's our mindset compared to what it was in whatever that was? November. It's changing. Every week is a battle. It's a grind. Yeah, golf golf, sometimes it's easy. Sometimes it's hard. And at the moment, it's pretty damn hard. So we're getting through it. We're working a lot on different mentality and staying more positive and not overworking yourself. I feel like early on, we were both of us were kind of preparing a lot more than usual. And we just got to go back to our basics and have fun playing golf again. It's funny when I hear you, 'cause I'm used to playing Sam's used to play with you like, you know, I'll go out and watch first time or so I play whatever shot, 64 at mesa. And that's like casual and just like easy. And so it's actually comforting for me as someone who sucks in any week and just hit it all over the fucking planet to like when you're texting, you're like, golf's really hard.

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

"On Instagram, you're a big foodie on the road. You're always looking for recommendations, you're posting where you're at, Charlotte is a hotbed for great food. I would say fantastic food there. What were we working off of last week? Well, I always do tacos in a week. That's kind of my thing. And I love Mexico. I go to Cabo all the time. So I'm a huge Mexican food and specifically tacos. I did not do tacos that last week. Which is crazy. Lots of new superstition maybe. Problem. But I did, you know, Charlotte has some great food. We went to after winning. We went to Paul, which is a great steakhouse. That was amazing. And then we went to this new Japanese place called mazu, and it was like this rooftop bar, Japanese place, and it was fantastic. But huge foodie I go to, I mean, I try to find the best restaurants and not just like the highest, not the most expensive steakhouse. I try to find like, I text people or I look it up on certain websites and it's like, all right, what's the best restaurant or the hottest restaurant? And that's usually what I like to go. Yeah, you're not trying to just go mainstream with it. You're trying to find what are the locals, where the locals go. That's what you want to find out. What's like the best stop? What stop, what city do you get most excited for to hit the local food joints? A 100% New Orleans. New Orleans is like, I mean, is you could even ask Bo bona partners. We probably ate better than anyone's ever in their life that we I mean, we went to like, if it's the top 6 hottest restaurants in New Orleans, we hit all Sims. So I was amazed. It's good buddies with bob to sports guys.

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

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"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:32 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

"Tell us about the energy bus. You talked this week about a book that's kind of changed your outlook. It was funny because they were, they were talking a lot on the broadcast about how positive you are. And then they would cut to tyrrell Hatton, who was just being full tyrol Hatton, and it just shows the big the big range he was on. I don't know if you saw the product. He was everything was so every putt that was short was slow and he was crazy. But yeah, so tell me about that outlook of trying to become a happy golfer and how you came across that book and kind of what its message is. Yeah. Well, honestly, prior to working with a news sports psychologist, I probably read less than 8 books in my life. And since I've probably I've read about 6 or 7 in a matter of three, four months. So one of them was an energy bus you know, it's a little bit of a cheesy book with kind of the setup, but the message is so good. And it's, you know, this guy that basically always sees the negative in his life and it's always, he's always coming up to shorter. Why does this always happen to me? And he's always looking at it so negative so that the self talk keeps breeding more negative stuff happening to him. And so he gets on this,

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

02:21 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

"How difficult was that then you know because you bogey the first final round Xander makes a birdie, the lead switches, you probably have this in your head of like man, if I had just had a couple of good back 9s on Sunday and a handful of these events I could have won. Here we are halfway through the front 9 sort of in a similar position where you think of that was it tough to get over that at all? Yeah, that was the toughest part of the round for me because, you know, I've had so many rounds this year, like you said, where I finished poorly, and after round I was so mad. And I finished fit, and everyone's like, that's a great week. Huge paycheck. You get all these points, and I go, no, that's BS. I should have won that target. And it always seemed like something happened. It was a plug lie in the lip late in the tournament and I make a double because I have to take on a playable or accidentally bend at putter from anger, and then I don't have something on Sunday to plot with, or that hurts. Not happening at Dominican. PGA Tour superstore and Dominican that you can just pop into probably also. Want Wallace won that tournament and he played amazing, but I mean, I literally hit all the shots that day to win that tournament and I missed every put no demand because my putter was bent like 4°, and so we tried and bend it after Saturday's round. To fix it and, you know, there's no superstore, there's no trucks there, so I'll sounds like, well, I guess we just gotta pump with it. And sure enough, I mean, I was horrendous. So stuff is always seemed to happen. And so starting off poorly was like, you know, your mind goes there for a little bit and you're like, is this really going to happen again? Like, someone's going to play great and I'm just going to be off and lose, but I quickly changed that narrative. And it was like, hey, no, you know what? We're playing great this week. Just be really patient and I just kept telling myself these certain things. And as I finally got comfortable and started making birdies, then I was like, you know what? I can make this happen. And I just didn't let myself go to the negative.

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:45 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

"Down and I felt like I did a great job with that and as I got to kind of like the forest or 5th hole I felt like all right, I feel like I have my feet underneath myself and that's when I really started hitting all the shots big off. I'd imagine your caddy played a big role in that and your caddy John Ellis a bit of a unique character. He's kind of a mini tour legend from what I understand. And just hearing some of the conversations that you guys were having out there, he's so positive. So, so, so positive, just like, love it, love it dude, like great, let's do that. I love that. I love that. Tell me about your journey with John and because it's kind of a unique dynamic to have a guy who's had so much success as a player on the back. Yeah, well, first off, if people know John, it's like a life-changing transformation. I think colt know said he's Terrell Hatton on the golf course and Tony Robbins off it or something like that. And now because I've played with John and it is one bad shot and he's already in his head just mother after himself. And then on the back I hit about I had a bad shot and he's like, oh, you're playing Ross. You're amazing. Cool down, you know, and so he's so positive. So it's great to see because honestly I think he saw what he did, professionally that kept him from having success, which maybe was that negative attitude and self talk and beating himself up and so he's helped me. He's been so instrumental in my career because I've had that same struggle beating myself constantly. And so he's he kind of gets on me for that. And so when I get negative, he gets in my face and he's like, cut that out and so him there with his experience is great.

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

"Hope everybody enjoys Wyndham Clark. Alistair Dougherty, the other fellows are traveling right now. Oh, the other thing I want to say about the PGA Championship is that Pirelli since he's not here right now, I could talk shit about him. Borrelli earlier in the year was so was so, I guess, degrading towards the PGA Championship that in his hype and obviously he's never one to get two up or two down. And his hype, he ranked it below the Phoenix open. So I think he went like masters, U.S. open British open, Phoenix open, PGA Championship. He has, he has walked that back. He has walked that back. But any time I think about PGA this year, I just can't forget that. Anyway, everybody's traveling. So that's why you're only getting me for the first couple minutes of the show. Me and Dan with Wyndham Clark and then me with Alistair Doherty, fun show, great guys, playing golf. One guy just wanted the PGA Tour. The other guy's trying to make it on the corn ferry tour. So you're going to get a couple different looks. We'll see you next week for the PGA Championship hit a heart.

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:31 min | 7 months ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Fore Play

"Struggles with that shot a lot of his names Frankie borrelli, so the guys actually gave them a nickname of butter knives because he always nice to look across the green. Rose a hundred. Now you gotta break 90. We appreciate what you guys do for coffee. And then really cool. Thank you. You're making it cool. We've reached out. I was like, okay, Phil, you only fucking 29.99. And he grabs a hundred, he's like, yeah, I won 90,000 these yesterday. Take a hundred and go fuck yourself. What? Saying a hobby. Four plays for my bar stool sports. We've got a big show today. We've got Windham Clark who's obviously the most recent winner on the PGA Tour. I love when we get these guys on right afterwards, it's so fresh and he's very fresh he talks very openly about celebrating, which is fantastic, a lot of guys maybe hide that, don't talk about it as much when it talks about how Sunday Night they celebrated tonight, which is Wednesday night, the celebrating at a local watering hole we like to call Isabella's kitchen. I'll be there for that. So fantastic about 30 minutes, big shout out to Dan, who just keeps getting us winner after winter. And yeah, when Clark wins for the first time, life-changing stuff emotional stuff, he's gone through all kinds of things, gone through some mental changes, efforts to kind of mentally be tougher, stronger, more solid, coming down the stretch and obviously he did that was able to win over Xander schauffele. So we get into all that, all the kind of details about him and Xander playing together major championship venue trying to close it out there. Dan calling it a dud the entire thing. And then we also have Alistair Doherty on the show ousters our first ever.

Clark holds off Schauffele for first PGA win at Wells Fargo

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Clark holds off Schauffele for first PGA win at Wells Fargo

"It may have taken him 134 tournaments, but 29 year old Wyndham cloud can now finally call himself a PGA Tour winner that after posting a fort shot victory at the Wells Fargo championship at the demanding quail hollow course in Charlotte, North Carolina. After a slow start, Clark called fire on the back 9 with four booties there, allowing him to win comfortably despite the last whole bogey. He finished at 19 under after a 68, and that gave him the four shot win of asander chauffeur. Clark takes home a winner's check for $3.6 million. I'm Graham agar.

Clark 134 Tournaments Four Shot $3.6 Million Four Booties Charlotte, North Carolina 68 9 Pga Tour Graham Agar 29 Year Old Wells 19 Under Wyndham Cloud Championship Asander Fargo
Doug and Rep. Mike Bost Discuss Veterans Affairs

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

Doug and Rep. Mike Bost Discuss Veterans Affairs

"I'm glad you mentioned the fact that before you serve three of us were together all time may you Brad Wyndham and other than I'm talking to Brad real soon again, we spent four who all was there in the mornings on Wednesdays at my office. We all served different branches, of course, I'm air force. I wasn't a night before a short time to spend some time with the marines and Benjamin. Of course, Brad's army, your marine. But it didn't matter. It didn't matter that Brad and I were in Iraq and you what and it we understood the same ethos. Right. And I think that's important. And especially when you're dealing with members who call in and former members who call to your offices and want to deal with the VA and you're dealing with a new generation in the VA that are younger than me and you that are not used to that socialist and only socialist in a way of bad. I mean, the communal nature of the VA. They're more used to their own doctors and they want the benefits of their service, but they're looking for in a different avenue of transmission, I guess. And that's why a lot of the things we're working on and I don't know if you want to go there yet, but we're working on a lot of things that the VA is different. Right now we're working on well, first off, the application of the mission act, which unfortunately, what will happen quite often with bureaucrats is they will try to protect their turf. And the mission act as many of them think that that's privatization. It is not. It is the ability for the veterans to receive help if they're too far away from the VA, then they can receive the help in a private sector, or if they're going to baby waiting a long time, are the services are not available in the VA system that has beneficial to

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"wyndham" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

"While either way He's got me figured out what you probably right. They probably do suck. Everyone does always complaining about them breaking news that being said there hairdryers in asia is obsessed with her new curling. Earn thing so what kind of five thousand dollar vacuum that he'd givens either by having bought it yet however it's essential excess right and they're just is like do they're not even in the same in over a fifteen year period. You're gonna end up spending money on the central back you'll get value out of it in your house. We sell your house. Only morons by tyson's basically what he said might salt. Oh man that's funny okay. Las piece of content laurel refer you to. Because i know you've been away. And you haven't seen this yet. But the danbury treasures on netflix is a must watch untold netflix documentary. Aj galante was disarmed. Pat mcafee podcasts. Want a little taste of was all about. But if you want a cosign drake One of his last grandpa's wearing a galante trash irs jersey. Yeah i'm going to have to go. No i had one of my men's night but is sent me basically the to watch it so he told me i should watch it like for me right now. Man dude it on thursday. We got cowboys box season. One or not season one season one of yes. he's one of the not too hard knocks with cowboys. Some cowboy fan. Obviously there's a lot of sports coming out so fallen behind on what i should be listening to and watching so maybe get a reassessment situation here and get back on stuff matters. Are you doing your fantasy draft list. Absolutely not i mean i had the tattoo. She gave him dead last night on my legs last year so embarrassing. It's insanely embarrassing horrible. A fantasy football but it's fun. So maybe crypto dot com. We'll pay the. They're paying everybody else but her name f. Dt guy fdic. Only maybe i gotta check that out idea. Well do you have any other links subtly with earlier now you want kind of shadow to science hitting. I've been reading. All of his deep is as of late super transparent. He's a guy that you cannot get a pay for is a couple of hundred dollars. Usd month to subscribe to he's gonna sub stack. But he's yeah. He's expensive old by by side. I fund puts out this fantastic research every month. I've been reading it and really appreciating the amount of work that he does but then also getting some really cool ideas so hopefully in the next couple of podcasts. Leila speak to dollar general. Speak a little bit more in depth to microsoft specifically Myself for whatever. Reason has been a business. Just don't now fully appreciate so. He's done a lot of deep tabs on cloud computing that. I've been trying to listen to and read a little bit more about and understand a little bit more and he did a fantastic job on the airbnb. That i'm not quite done pretty much done and i'm gonna talk a little bit more about that. Moving forward. I'm sure so it's show that guy i mean don't subscribe to just talking. Just listen to me. But he's fantastic a really enjoying it. I think it's unfair for me to use a ton of his stuff. Moving forward and not bribes are well. Yeah piston was definitely newsletter. Pay twelve hundred bucks a year for a ministerial. his stuff. posted a shot at him out. So i think that's something that's better than most anyways we'll get back to you. Amber mirror festivities in with next week. All right. take care buddy..

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"wyndham" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

"Your time and your future career and buying some real estate but then operating really gritty business yet Answer your first question on. Driving by it simulate. Those hotels are always empty. That was probably the stat that shocked me. The most is those types of hotels only need thirty percent occupancy to be profitable the the other one tosic. It's unreal the other hilarious term. That i pulled from that interview that maybe you should borrow is select service. Means we do nothing except provide a bed. Don't even think about a gym spa now. That's not we don't have those now yeah good on marriott but down the road that's what we do here. We have some cream cheese an an a toast or bagels. And you're gonna knock you. You're going to complain about the bengals but we don't care because we're a forty percent occupancy rate now it doesn't matter estimates seven fifty k. is a little bit high. Though didn't they say it was eighty k. profit per hotel. No while it depends. It's cash on cash returns right so i think that obviously you're gonna have a salary that you're pulling out of it. There's a huge family that run. It's a little bit more profitable than it depends on what type of investment you're making so yeah definitely listened to the that. I didn't just summarize it for you properly. I think we're going to definitely do in the newsletters. You took all your notes while listening to it. Throw it in there. It's going to be decent little. Oh look at these. This is kind of the nuts and bolts of the business in go through and listen to the bog us just so good. Yeah the other side that blew me away. M. is when they said there's one hundred eighty thousand hotels globally so sixteen point. Five million rooms and airbnb has five point five million listings for easy so the three times the size loader one further size of the entire hotel market. Yeah no. I meant there in terms of mall i guess. What is they're being if fifteen is that because there's multiple rooms. Yeah there's multiple rooms. I understand that. I'm saying joel. Hotels have more than one room. I know you are self absorbed. Only one room in the floor is they used to rights. Sure a poison premier with forty people. Yeah anyways. I don't not to get into it anymore. I think anybody who listens can can gather what they need from it but it just it gets me a little bit more. I definitely wanted to go and do it. I was always thinking. Mcmahon i got a call flex guessing all sound that is. I thought it was crazy. So i don't know all those tweet thread that patrick shaughnessy put out was about the like eight hundred twenty things that he's pulled from the interviews over the past few years and number thirteen was do one thing. It's like the costco principally says. And this is exactly what wyndham does really. Well thank their average room is sixty five dollars nine and choose. Explain their you know. We don't even compete with hotels. Or airbnb airing the average room. One twenty nine. So the same ballpark man. It's so true. But i wanna draw back anything. Do one thing well really I think this is the number one piece of advice had ever given any young person. Not that anyone ever asked me but like by a melissa. Do your best and just hammer home that constantly over and over again you'll inevitably love it because people praise you for doing it and you'll just continue to do it and get better than everybody. Wraps hits reps hits reps hits continue to go and then you're inevitably going to be successful person..

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"wyndham" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

"So today is the evening of tuesday. September seventh. joel. Can you talk with mark update from past week. Yeah i'd be happy to so going into the long weekend. I don't think a lot of people don't this. But i think it's an important thing to share by a generally speaking from september six to the end of october early november this is traditionally the peak yearly stock market cycle. So this often turns into on average is in regards to the dow jones. Two to two point two five percent draw. And we can't go onto this law where everybody's kind of starting to get into back into the grind. I saw that one of our our mutual friends say that september. I is actually the first month of the year because it feels like. It's fresh in january. I is cold and you know what i kind of want to adopt that anyways in on with this update the things that have been working over the last ten years or working again. Big tech is flying. People are at least in my opinion entering market and out like you see bonds. Underperforming drastically equities outperforming. And i think that this is going to be what is going to push marketeer for the next three years and this is what i believe to be. Someone who lives in the are a financial adviser space people that are in my position. My job are going to have to shift from fifty fifty portfolios for their seventy five plus crowd as gonna live another twenty five years for their fifty five to seventy five year old crowd. They're going to shift at sixty forty seventy thirty years. and they're going to have to go heavy equities. So does that mean while we're going up. The risk will call the the risk curve. So if you're long equities with sixty percent of your business you gotta probably go into high high growth sectors if you are in hydro sectors. Ten percent fifteen percent for that cohort of people. Turn a half to go into something. A little. Bit crazy like private equity. You're gonna have to go into something like private real estate. You're going to have to look at cryptocurrencies. You're gonna have to extend your risk profile. You're going to have to increase your ability to take on risk and what that means. Is that our bond market. Which is the biggest market in the world in terms of market cap. I think that the next legs higher is going to be a result of advisors needing to push their clientele into equities. Because you have to take on more risk because equities just returned nothing and there's no reason for you to be holding cash in the cash account or like your checking account anymore. People are shifting into a into bonds and their bonds are going to be shifting into equities and people are going to continue to move their self right out onto the risk of and. i think we're starting to see that in. Nfc's crypto currencies or seeing him new markets. That look completely different than what they used to look like..

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Kevin Kisner Wins 6-Man Playoff at Wyndham Championship

AP News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Kevin Kisner Wins 6-Man Playoff at Wyndham Championship

"Kevin Kisner has won a dramatic six way playoff to win the Wyndham championship in Greensboro it's just the third time the tourists had such a crowded field for extra holes and kissed the claimed the title with a stunning birdie at the second hole he fired a final round sixty six to join Adam Scott see we came Roger Sloan Kevin and Brandon grace at fifteen under in the sudden death finish and he was lucky to get the win was got missing a very makeable birdie putts on the first extra hole the victory was his fault onto a put in a great phone for the upcoming FedEx playoffs I'm Graham make us

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"wyndham" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"wyndham" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Because i know rick One of the league's that urine. His is coming down to it at dead heat. What's going on man. How are you yeah. Things are good This is the home stretch. This is where all those playoff implications that everyone's been talking about. For so long all come to fruition and this is this is it. This is the sprint the super season has four events left. And now it's just an outright sprint to the finish. Well let's start with what everyone's talking about and that is you doing something that not many people have the guts to do and that is put A video of yourself playing golf i. I wonder how many of us have ever been in a situation. Where our entire round could be audited. I certainly haven't like i've never even if you've played in tournament. Play like putting camera on yourself. And i do it sometimes practicing to not the most aesthetically pleasing results but man it's great content man. I urge people to if they're not already following on on twitter and instagram and of course checkout rick run good dot com but I love the tracking. You're doing. I think we all need to do that to get better. I love the fact. You're putting a video. What's the experience been like Yes scary Everybody in the comments immediately turns into a swing coach. Which i think is which i think is great. Thanks but no. I mean listen it helps. It helps me be accountable. I think it's really fun. Content that's like the type of content. That i like to consume. And it's always been my thing. Listen i'm gonna do what i like if other people like it. Great if they don't that's fine and to break up kind of you know the monotony of fantasy golf. I love all of that. But like you know if i could roll out a sunday round or something like that like let's do it. It's it's fun. And i feel like the pressure man like you know what i like. I i could feel it. I was ready to inject myself into the sun on on the eighth hole. And i was finally i was finally able to figure it out on the back but yeah scary. That was a nice a nice back nine that you had man and you know i. It's cool because i. I really do think that you know it's almost akin to like i remember when one of the might have been like drew mcgarry from deadspin was trying to lose weight and like was posting his weight every single day on twitter and it worked and i think he got a bunch of people. You know to do it as well. And with the tracking. You're doing it so easy right now whether using an app or if you're you know you're after my me The exact What you're using to track. But i know a lot of guys on tour using the decade system. Now like there's no i get mad at myself. There's no excuse you know to if you want to get better. You certainly don't have to but all the tools are there to put information in and us is normal you know weekend warriors can get all of this incredible strokes gained data from databases that have been compiled around the world. And it helps you get better. Yeah i use its archives. Which goes okay. Yes yes it's and and i've only had for eight rounds but it is their sensors that go on the end of of all your clubs so people were like. How'd you get. The strokes gained number so quickly. Like it's happening in real time. I'm track every single shot. I hit is being tracked because their sensors out every single one of my clubs it all goes straight to the app. And it's been yeah. i mean. It really has enlightened me to these strengths and weaknesses of my game. Like i kind of knew. But i don't think i knew everything well and if you don't want to spend the couple and it's very reasonable but even if you don't want to spend a couple of hundred bucks you can still. You know input data manually about where you're hitting shots where you're missing and then you know Different apps can measure it against you know comparable jin numbers at comparable courses. It's just it's cool. And and i think that i hope that this next handful of years might be the biggest opportunity for growth of the game in the casual player since like tiger. Because we're getting your point. Now where i think pricing of of really nice new technology is getting you appoint where it's more affordable. Tv's a handful years ago and there's all this cool technology where you can get better. You can evaluate yourself. It's almost like having the peleton in your house. Instead of having to go to the gym innocence. Yeah and not only with the kind of explosion of people getting back into playing golf and last year and a half but yeah also combine that with the technology and pj towards it a great spot which keeps people excited golf. Golf is in a very good spot. Movie for hurricane is with us and let's talk about moving forward on the pga tour as we head to the wyndham championship. We saw interesting round last week in a sunday. Round at saint jude at the wgc event in memphis and now we see decky matsuyama as you pointed out. I think on twitter a little bit earlier today with a first as he rolls in at eleven thousand dollars at the top of How would you characterize this draft kings carden in this field rick. I it's kind of like a. I don't know how i would characterize it gets heavy. It's not top heavy but it's a lot of guys who i think have decently high ceilings but also floors that can you know kevin kisner kevin kisner on sunday. Like he did in memphis. There are some all or nothing guys but but there are some big projected ceiling guys on the game on chichi. Yeah there's there's a lot of guys that are pretty good pretty pretty good guys. You know four a trip between aaa in the big leagues couple. Big leaguers yeah. There's a decades leads the way eleven thousand. It's certainly deserved. It was a little surprising. Just because of how good webb simpson has been at at this event. I mean he's been absolutely dominant last four years. He hasn't finished worse than third. That is not. I did not misquote that. That has actually real. He won here. A couple of years. Prior means just been piling up top ten finishes at this event since he's since he's been playing it's so I kind of look at this board and the first decision that everyone is going to have to make is To web or not to wet that. That's that's really the question and then the answer to that question kind of helps you make your decisions A little bit further down the board and especially now. The patrick reed has withdrawn I it kinda. Polarize is the top Even even more than it already was all right so as we then have a bunch of guys who You know whether you're looking at the strokes gained metrics if you're looking at Comparable donald ross courses if you're looking at You know how guys are going to attack the chorus and you know birdie opportunities scoring opportunities when you have a lot of guys who can you know. Put up some numbers but who can have very interesting scorecards like i'm looking at you know up and down the chichi right now guys like sebastian mundos. Obviously rickie fowler. Kevin na even a little bit further down you know someone like griffin like when you have a lot of big ceiling guys but in a field. That isn't necessarily strong. So the pricing is. Is you know Correlated how do you try to differentiate a lineup. Or do you say i don't worry about that and i just want to get you know the best roster of the guys that i have to have like we talk about sometimes. I think the good news is that basically every golfer from nine thousand to seventy five hundred is kind of similar right and there's not. There's not a huge. Like i don't think that Bubble watson who is nine thousand dollars is significantly better than taylor. Gooch who is seventy seven hundred like i. They're all johnny vegas. They're all charles. Schwab tiller kevin stroman. Yeah they're kind of all the same. So i actually think it's a lot easier to look at the ownership realize who the popular guys are going to be. Schwarzer will be popular. He's a great guy. Stroman will be popular henley will be popular you know. And and if you wanna differentiate it's very easy to do because there's so many guys that way if you're looking at projections or you're just kind of camping. You know the advance stats. They're all very similar. So i actually think it's pretty easy this week. And for those who are not building the natural build the natural build is simpson henley schwartz solar leib. Yoda something like that. If you want just differentiate a little bit. It's very very easy to do. You're not leaving. You're.

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New Hampshire Legislator Calls to Rally Others to Run for Office

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 2 years ago

New Hampshire Legislator Calls to Rally Others to Run for Office

"And one of the things I did is Had enormous number of books as you can tell, and I went through them, and I tried to pick what I considered the most, uh Iconic and most powerful for them. On the left. And then, uh, take the sections that I thought were most important and then sort of narrow those down and then explain them. And then in the end of each chapter tied together, And then, of course, the end of the book say We got a rally Now. Do you see things changing at all? You know you're a state rep in New Hampshire. I don't think people are very happy with what's going on in this country. Do you? No, they're not. I see that people are absolutely rallying, usually after an election things quiet down, but we've had people getting involved staying involved going to town Council meetings. School board meetings. We had the Wyndham audits for those ballots that had been miscounted because of those folds and we see people that are involved every day here and we have some more opportunities for people to get involved. We actually have two special. We've already had two special elections where 400 person health. We have two more special elections scheduled and we might have another four. So there's opportunities for people to run and get involved and be involved both at the state level as well as next spring for their town cities or school board, So it's a really exciting time because there's so much momentum carrying over So many people that are still so involved, and I'm hoping that we can really keep moving this forward. Uh,

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Vaccine passports: Ticket back to normal life?

Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Vaccine passports: Ticket back to normal life?

"Israelis must now scan in just get in to Jim's hotels. Even concerts like this. It is they all set in the telephone. It's very convenient for more than three million Israelis and counting. This is the ticket back to some kind of normalcy. Finally, all the way in the car is think back to life. Back to reality thing. Government issued Green past shows personal details and proves they've had two doses of a covert 19 vaccine. Now countries across Europe and beyond are considering similar so called vaccine, passports or immunity certificates. To inject life back into a flagging tourism industry and revive businesses and hospitality like pubs. UK is studying whether to introduce vaccines certificates, raising the possibility that Brits could soon need a passport for a pint. Okay. We haven't had stuff like this before. We've never thought in terms of having something that you have to show to go to a public theater. That s so they're deep and complex issues that we need to explore. Issues like potential discrimination against people who don't want shot, along with those who can't get one for medical reasons, or because there's not enough supply so these people won't be able to participate in life in public life in social life in economic life in the same way as their counterparts, you have bean vaccinated. Claire Wyndham from the London School of Economics, says data privacy is another concern. There gotta be something that digital and tracks you, and that obviously opens the whole different range of conversations about You know security of your data, for example, so government shouldn't rush it. Government shouldn't rush it. I think it's a Pandora's boat, and I think it's a slippery slope into having life being governed by your health status. But his government's debate immunity certificates businesses are pushing ahead. Some cruises and airlines, for instance, say they'll require proof of inoculation to board. So while these passes are raising tricky ethical questions, you may need one to travel as early as this year.

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Virginia, Louisiana police officers killed in the line of duty

The Ric Edelman Show

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Virginia, Louisiana police officers killed in the line of duty

"More police officers have been killed in the line of duty. Authorities in Virginia say Stanley police officer Dominic Wyndham was shot during a traffic stop yesterday by a suspect who was later killed by police in Louisiana. A two lane police officer has died after being shot during a high school basketball game. Police say the suspect who's in custody, had been arguing with a school official before the officer intervened. We're told that as the officer was escorting that suspect out the suspect pulled out a weapon and fired hitting the officer in the chest. Reporter Amanda Roberts, with Fox ate

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Are airlines clear for takeoff?

CNBC's Fast Money

04:30 min | 3 years ago

Are airlines clear for takeoff?

"Also got some encouraging new numbers from the TSA the agency, screening more than half a million passengers for the first since the coronavirus pandemic hits and Credit Suisse issuing some calls on the space southwest, the big winner getting upgrade as analysts believe the airline is well positioned for a comeback, but the firm downgrading united and spirit so are the airlines clear for takeoff Jeff Mills Holy. Cow United Airlines up twenty percent today. It's interesting, and I just WanNa make the first point which I think is critical at these levels and in this market when you're buying into the airlines, you have to understand what you're doing. What you're doing is buying into a Beta trade, which is completely linked to the reopening so this afternoon. Just for fun. I looked at American Airlines Delta MGM. Casinos, a couple of the cruise lines, and I looked at the correlations. If you go back to twenty, nine thousand nine as an example, then you average. Average out the correlations. If you just do a little matrix, it was point four three, so not that high from the bottom. Those stocks have been correlated an average of point nine six. You're basically looking at the same chart so when you're buying into an airline I don't know that it's anything idiosyncratic relative to the fundamental, so I want to make that point very clear upfront I've been cautious as it relates to the airlines. I think there are some risks as we move into the fourth quarter. Is Business travel going to come back. Are we going to get a second wave of the virus? I think there's this pent up demand right now, so you're seeing traveler throughput increase, but those TSA numbers we above five hundred thousand for the first time we were at about one hundred thousand per day at the depths of the the economic shutdown. Let's not. Not Forget I mean that's good, but this same day in two thousand, nine, thousand nine. That number was two point six million. We have a lot of ground to cover in terms of getting to where we need to be from demand standpoint. Last thing I will say just in terms of picking names within the space I. Think you WanNa. Look at A. A few things you WANNA look at exposure to business travel you WANNA look evaluation. I, also think you WANNA look at exposure to international travel, because that demand hasn't clearly come back yet. The name I think that might be best positioned for all of that is actually south west in terms of their revenue mix exposure to international travel, and their evaluations actually look a lot better. Some of the names like American spirit jet blue. If you look at them from an IT perspective, even that these depressed price levels given the debt that they've added during the last couple of months, evaluations actually don't look that attractive so in a space I don't like much. I think South West might be the name. Michael What do you make that? Wyndham CEO was Unin closing bell, last. Hourani, said leisure travels picking up, and he seemed bookings increase for eight straight weeks, but jeff makes a good point about the business travel. What do you? What do you think that all adds up for for the airlines? Some opportunity here? Stay away no way yet. Well. I, think it certainly depends. Name by name is picking up off such a low level that you know. Those types of increases in percentage terms are going to see material, but that doesn't necessarily mean that certain players in the space are going to be in good shape, taking a look at American for example. You know this is a company where you're looking. Looking at relatively short data debt that's trading at just over fifty cents on the dollar. And what that tells you is that the bondholders still have significant concerns. The reason the equity does so well is because it is coming off such a low level. It's a speculative by as Jeff was just alluding to on a reopening, but that doesn't necessarily mean that in. In the long term, these companies are going to end up being successful. You know if you're looking at companies that have accumulated a massive amount of debt than the enterprise values was talking about might actually be very little change, you know. It was just over forty billion dollars at the end of twenty, nine, thousand nineteen for American. Airlines around thirty eight billion dollars. Dollars now it's just the equity component that's down, but debt has been added of those big carriers. Maybe Delta Airlines is probably the highest quality, but you're really playing with in a very dangerous space when you're dealing with levered businesses that are so closely tied to a recovery and needing that second wave is going to hit them very hard if it comes. So, what do you think PK? You WanNa play a dangerous game. WanNa wait into the airline's. Name more like Boeing you walking away. No, no I want you know it's going to be hands off for me I. Mean Really What you've got here. Yeah, was the retreat here certainly but any asset that's up twenty percent I don't care if it's an airline Boeing or bitcoin up. Twenty percent takes off the table. People I mean take a little bit of profit. Wait for another day in the long run. I, do think these are challenged. All right so you are sending those warning signs

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Sen. Richard Burr Faces Lawsuit Over Timing Of Stock Sale

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:36 min | 4 years ago

Sen. Richard Burr Faces Lawsuit Over Timing Of Stock Sale

"Water members of Congress going to do about stock trading by themselves. Revelations about Senator Richard. Burr raised this question. Our colleague Tim. Mack revealed that Senator Burr gave dire warnings about the pandemic to an exclusive group. A month ago that was a time when the president was downplaying the threat then propublica revealed that Burr also sold a lot of stock before the market crashed. Npr's Tim Mack still on this story. Tim Good Morning. Hey Good morning should lawmakers be trading in stocks at all well some lawmakers believe that they should be allowed to do that at all at lawmakers in the House of introduced what they call the band conflicted trading act. Now that's a bill. I championed by Jeff Merkley of Oregon in the Senate. It would prohibit lawmakers from trading individual stocks so along with Congressman Joanna Goose and Congresswoman Alexandria. Cossio Cortez Congressman Raja Krishna. More `they is one of the lead sponsors of the legislation. I think it's time that the public knows that their members of Congress are not profiteering. Off of you know information. They gained through their public service. It's not fair and it's not right. Democrats are the initial co-sponsors to the legislation but given the bipartisan outrage at Burr's actions they have some hope that Republicans will join them and to be clear this is telling lawmakers you can still have money. You can still try. A Mutual Fund Index Fund not individual stocks. Could PROFIT OFF OF INSIDE INFORMATION? Now this is not going to apply to Senator Booker if it becomes law. Because he's done what he's done but he's being sued isn't it? That's right Allan Allan Jacobsen of California was a shareholder in Wyndham hotels and resorts one of the stocks that bursts sold. And he's alleging that Senator Burr exploited information available to him as a senator for personal gain. Thomas O'Brien is lawyer representing Jacobson. And he said that they are trying to take the lead holding burr accountable. Back there. We're not waiting. For the Federal Government Regulatory Agencies. Were moving forward to remedy the wrong. With senator straight against are not I should note. I reset senator. Burs office for comment for the story but received no response Previously. He said that he relied only on public news stories to make his decision to dump stocks. He's also asked the Senate ethics committee to open an investigation into his own. Actions could face other scrutiny. Well the big question is whether the Justice Department and or the Securities and Exchange Commission will open up an investigation based on the facts. We already know in the public domain so to answer that I tried to ask around to people who had some experience in this manner. I spoke to Katie Goldstein. Who used to hold who used to lead these sorts of investigations in the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York? When I first read the allegations the thought that crossed my mind was it seems likely to me that there will be a grand jury investigation of this conduct. The circumstances were such that. I thought it was likely that. Us Attorneys Office. Perhaps the southern district of New York would open an investigation. So that's her view and her estimation but to be clear there's no evidence to the actual investigation has started. I also reached out to the Justice Department and the SEC. And they had no comment so a couple of things going on people saying there. Oughta be a law and also maybe impressions about whether Burr broke an existing law. Tim thanks so

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Inside The Women Of Troy

Around the Rim

03:12 min | 4 years ago

Inside The Women Of Troy

"Welcome inside a special edition of around the rim. One that tells the story of the nineteen eighty three and eighty four championship teams for the USC Trojans. Their women's basketball program was a trailblazer in. Its own way where they had almost a super team of some of the biggest names in college. Basketball Cheryl Miller Cynthia Cooper panic. Paula McGee What Dynasty. They were what a talented team so fun to watch. I'm your host. Let's China Robinson. Join as always by my fantastic and fabulous producer to Riga foster bradsby. Then we are going to take you inside with some of the biggest names in biggest contributors to the success of that team and people that can tell the story the best. That's right the China so to help us tell that story. We've enlisted. Six people knew this team the best head coach. Linda Sharp assistant coach. Fred Williams team captain Juliet Robinson Point Guard Rhonda Wyndham forward. Pamela MCGEE AND GUARD CYNTHIA COOPER DYKE. So throughout this podcast. You're going to hear them. Discuss their relationships together coming together as a team learning how to play with each other learning each other on the prime that they have in USC and what it meant to be a Trojan and what it was like as far as the landscape of women's basketball at that time the rivalries. I'm you're going to get to know more about the players in from their teammates themselves. And you'll hear clips from Geno Auriemma Reggie Miller. Doris Burke teasha Chiro the nineteen eighty-four Olympics Paula. Mcgee and the cause from the championship games of nineteen eighty three and one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Let's all get a history lesson from the inside of what was so special about USC. Women's basketball in the women of Louisiana Tech University and the University of Southern California trojans outlet more southern California at forward six three junior from Flint Michigan number eleven all over more southern California at Bulwer from Riverside California number thirty one zero southern California Singer. Six three junior from Flint Michigan over thirty southern California had guard a by rescued from New York City. We're southern yard five nine zero number or no

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Microsoft's Office app is now available for all Windows 10 users - Neowin

Windows Weekly

01:46 min | 5 years ago

Microsoft's Office app is now available for all Windows 10 users - Neowin

"There supporting many versions of windows, ten all of which are new versions of windows different and require different versions of all this patches because of the number of windows ten versions that they support even if windows seven and eight one disappeared today. Microsoft will be supporting more versions of windows than they have it at any time in his history. And this is the exact opposite of the of the promise of the the purpose of. Rallying around a single version. Wyndhams Seedorf seventeen in our chat room says I got skip ahead build eighteen eight thirty six and it screwed up my Azure, active directory, log in and I had to reset the PC. So now, I have a skip ahead Bill, but can't back get back into the sky rising. Oh, because he right. You can't re-enroll. So what he's going to have to do. Unfortunately is download the ISO from Microsoft for the shipping version win over another. No. But this. To be fair to Microsoft's. Well, they do. Yeah. It is a one way street with skip ahead. That's kind of tough because the enrollment period is defined in its if you screw it up. You can't get back to that. You should really understand what you're doing. I mean, I would hope that everyone in the inside of program understands that even on the fast ring. I mean, you can halt new bills, but you're stuck on that thing. And and when the shipping version happens, you can upgrade then and get back on the regular update trained. But you know, basically, what you're looking at is resetting not resetting resetting it with an ISO not from the thing that's built in right? Because you have to go back to the the supported version. I'm not done that a million times. I think anyone hopefully anyone in the side of program can handle that and the the backup that that may require of data that hopefully is not only on that PC in on it Dr.

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The travel industry seeks to limit phone use

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:55 min | 5 years ago

The travel industry seeks to limit phone use

"To reconcile the useful and necessary capabilities that smartphones bring with the well with the distractions that they bring us well, right because business case in point the travel industry, you know, the drill right and any crowd of tourists. You will find lots of phones in people's hands. And they could be pretty useful for find your way around the streets bears or showing friends and family would agree time. You're having wherever you are. Or we should be fair staying in touch with the office if you absolutely have to. But the thing is there are large parts of the travel industry that would just as soon you put the thing away. Marketplace's we're not a sago has that one. Some resorts are offering perks like free snorkeling tours to guess to manage to give up their devices for a few hours a resort in. Puerto Vallarta offers a detox concierge to replace phones with boardgames psychologist art Markman at the university of Texas at Austin says cell phones are. Competition for an industry whose product is the here. And now you're supposed to get away from everything and the thing about your cell phone is it connects you back to all the things that you were doing before you were on vacation in its sixteenth study Markman found that people who use their phones for more than two hours each day during -cation, we're more likely to have trouble remembering their trip. So it makes some sense for the travel industry to at least try to get people off devices, even if it means fewer Instagram posts, featuring their businesses. It's lunch hour at the Wyndham. Bonnet creek resort in Orlando waiters are shuttling menus Dockery's. And my he sandwiches to suntanned guests at the poolside restaurant. The area is surrounded by palm trees, there's even a lake nearby filled with boy fish, Harry Chohan is not looking at any of this. But construction manager arrived from Buffalo New York just a few hours ago with his wife and daughter for a weekend vacation, but he's scrolling through emails on his phone. I have stopped going on at work his daughter Harley, a twenty road college student majoring in communications has her head down to she's snap chatting to a sunshine deprived audience back home hits knowing back home now. So I'm like rubbing at my friends faces and I've slain by the pool what the children's also don't see across from their phones in between the salt shaker and the catch up on their table is a sign that reads phone free zone and here comes a resort staff member carrying a clipboard and some. Little grey pouches to explain you know, much about it. Or have you heard about it from anyone in the hotel Ted surface who runs food service at the resort tells the cho- men's he can put their phones in the pouches in lock them away. Among the enticements a chance to win a five nights. Stay at the resort. Lock them up for the for the lunch base say yes. Within seconds. They're eating and talking with each other Wyndham grand is thinking about rolling out. Optional phone free zones in all its hotels this year, but asking vacationers to drop their phones doesn't always work out rusty Hartley launched his company off the grid. Tours back in two thousand thirteen he tried to lead cell phone free excursions to breweries in Canada and caves in New Zealand, but he found out quickly that people need it their phones for so many things onto instructions how to get somewhere. What time to be there? So now, he lets people use their phones on the tours. Yes. Our phones are central to who we are what we. Do may even on vacation like the show. Men's sandy Higgins from Maryland is vacationing at the Wyndham resort here in Orlando. But I'm like them. She's not going to give up her phone. No way. No how I keep my phone with me for emergencies. Or if the kids have to contact us, a recent study from common sense media found sixty nine percent of parents and seventy eight percent of teens check their devices at least hourly divorcing ourselves from our phones on vacation the a bridge too far for many,

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Stuck In Tijuana, Many Central American Migrants Opt For A Job

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:24 min | 5 years ago

Stuck In Tijuana, Many Central American Migrants Opt For A Job

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from e-verify supporting employers with secure employment eligibility verification moving at the speed of your business. So you can confirm with confidence. Let's go higher at e-verify dot gov slash go. Now to wanna where it's been raining for two days. That's made a dismal situation even more miserable for the central Americans camped out near the US border. And yet, even though the migrants entered Mexico illegally, the country is offering them jobs. More and more migrants are taking up the offer NPR's David welna reports. At the edge of the mud-filled loopless sports complex where some six thousand Central American migrants shelter under tents and tarps five minute. Underwear? Bathed under a stream of cold water waiting his journey as a twenty year old Honduran named ho sway Pineda. This camp may be full of sick and discouraged refugees. He says, but people still have their dreams that might come up. But as yet. Yeah. Lucky? Most people here dream of America opinion says, but if there's a chance to get a job here in Mexico. He's willing to take it. There's our own thin thousand open jobs available in the monkey Laura industry. That's netto. Lopez. The alderman who represents this part of Tijuana the assembly plants known as mucky Lleras that surround the city says are hurting for workers, a problem locals blame on low wages. Those are the factor that work for big name plug Sony by ear and stuff like that here at the Benetton. Ick. Samsung. In a large covered courtyard about a twenty minute walk from the migrant shelter scores of scruffy, looking men and women take numbers and lineup. For job interviews this jobs. Fair was organized by federal and state officials. Neider kale is the fares coordinator, she says so far more than two thousand migrants nearly half the adults in the camp of signed up for one year humanitarian work visas necessity that they got dilemma no, we need human capitals. He says the company's here. Keep asking for more workers and were short on what we can supply them with these migrants and that demand. She says make a very good match. What happened is apartment this when get on the Timberlake Mira Denison university. Those representing the maquiladora industry at the jobs. Fair is Esther Leiva poor te'o. She says the company she works with have fifteen thousand job openings, maybe operations area. Visit where they're looking. More persons employees, and you can't find Mexican workers to do that job Salita heart. Zillow they're looking all the options on the street outside the jobs. Fair is a forty two year old Honduran clutching a sheaf of papers. Rene Castille is happy. He begins a new job at seven o'clock the next morning at an assembly plant where he'll get the equivalent of a dollar eighty eight an hour you'd I say. Die the Puerto hierarchy medical. Thank god. We've been given a chance to work here in Mexico. He says I ask if he's given up on getting into the US, no Wyndham on then so positive for your sake. Or celebrate that guy. No way am I giving up. He says, I'm a positive person. I'll just have to give it a little more time. Cloudy Nonda's mother of four with another on the way is another hundred who's just landed a job. She says she likes Mexico. Mitha news. But the goal is getting to the US. She says, adding it's what every hunter and dreams of this jobs fair. Make some here on easy watching this parade of Central American job. Applicants is a ninety year old. Mexican Roberto Sandoval things. Mexico is doing the US a big favor by giving these people jobs. Glued basic truth. Protect these people that these people become fired countries whom to help migrants are Mexicans. It's a dilemma the new government taking office here. Tomorrow will soon be facing David woman. Pure news who wanna Mexico.

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Family demands answers from Chicago police after teen's death

The Opening Bell with Steve Grzanich

00:20 sec | 5 years ago

Family demands answers from Chicago police after teen's death

"Vaughn more than. One hundred people marched on Chicago's west side Sunday they're calling for the release of. All police dash, bodycam video in. A controversial suicide Chicago police say fifteen year old Stephen Rosenthal shot, and killed, himself Friday night about running from, officers his family disputes that report the civilian office a, police count abilities

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Crazy Rich Asians tops US box office in weekend debut

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:26 sec | 5 years ago

Crazy Rich Asians tops US box office in weekend debut

"Tennessee Novak Djokovic. Upset second seed Roger Federer in the Cincinnati Nassar's men's final that makes joke of it's. The first player to win all nine masters events since the series started in one thousand nine hundred in golf branch net occur shot a final round sixty five, to win the Wyndham championship for, the second time finished at twenty one under par three shots ahead of Webb Simpson and c. t. pan Rickie Fowler won't play in. The next or the first FedEx Cup playoff event next week's Northern Trust

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Zeke Elliott, Ervin Santana and Dot Prescott discussed on Covino & Rich

Covino & Rich

00:12 sec | 5 years ago

Zeke Elliott, Ervin Santana and Dot Prescott discussed on Covino & Rich

"Baseball, Indians, outfielder, Leona smarten will be released from the Cleveland Clinic today he was hospitalized ten days ago with a life threatening bacterial infection there's no timetable for Martines return to the team

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York Mets, Marlins and Brian O'Grady discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:10 sec | 5 years ago

York Mets, Marlins and Brian O'Grady discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News

"To, open, a, series, last night and lost with. A six straight games Charlotte scored six times in the fourth inning and beat Louisville nine two. Four and the loss for spaceman, Brian O'Grady went. Three

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