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Fresh update on "yahoo" discussed on Yahoo Finance Market Minute

Yahoo Finance Market Minute

00:56 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "yahoo" discussed on Yahoo Finance Market Minute

"This is mark committed by illegal finance espera another day of losses for the dow today down more than four hundred and fifty points the snp ending the session down about half a percent. The tech heavy nasdaq rebounded a bit up about half of a percent. Some of the big names that had been down earlier this week. Were in green territory today. Like apple microsoft and facebook technology and communication services. Were leading the gains today. Meanwhile underperforming were energy and financials a bit of a reversal from what we saw earlier. This week virgin. Galactic stock was under pressure that the company didn't lose as much money as expected last quarter but the streets been on the company's timelines for its test flights. Some of those had been rescheduled and the test lights are necessary to get full clearance to eventually send tourists to the edge of space for more market minute. News head to yahoo finance dot com..

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Interview With Kfir Yeshayahu

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

05:09 min | 2 d ago

Interview With Kfir Yeshayahu

"Our guest. Today is kafir yahoo. Who's the senior vice president of products. Advair atone so high kefir on. Thanks so much for joining us today. One it's gonna be with you today the We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at their tone of course so under the product invade on of busy building. I will which is the alternative system for high as well as accompanying tools to really solve some of the toughest problems in adoption today. In general one of those challenges that were focused on is open holder tising. Ai which is a fascinating topic for me. Having started with data science many many years ago. I've seen how data science was done in some of the most sophisticated data organizations in the world back in the israeli intelligence community. And i've been living the sort of evolution mini revolutions fe. I ever since in loud companies like microsoft and has of groups in the and others before joining the verizon i managed devops oriented boorda in. Aws the amazon cloud so my perspective on 'em at all is coming from both sides from day iside and Devops and now. I'm saying that the dan's in the space who both the perspective of on itself. And i don't own business units as well as Without many customers of the iowa who are in various stages of the junk. That's really very insightful. Because we've been definitely spending a lot of time talking about machine learning operations. Emily obstinate model management. And all these things that have you have to deal with once. The model is as building. People tend to think of of sort of all the work that has to go into training a model making the model happen which is definitely a lot of work. No doubt about it especially even the data preparation even before even build the model right. That's a lot of work but now that you know these models are out there in the wild in in production people are realizing the challenges of keeping these models relevant and high performance. And just doing what they're supposed to be doing. So maybe you could talk to us about what you see. Some organizational challenges as they tried to bring machine models into production of course so different studies and surveys though talking about some little between fifty to ninety two why blamed but fifty two nine hundred projects. Don't actually make it phone. Put that to production regardless of where you fall in the way. It's a pretty sad ratio. Now what makes it even wolves. Is that a project. Take a long time to demand often six months to a year. And you know they'll be walked by Most expensive in the organization we invade have experienced the same thing in the past the first day i projects and applications developed by our business units to literally month to complete. Now we're looking at fox and the stakes were sometimes too high to even start. The border. don't going directly a question about challenges until recently. A lot of the buzz in the industry was about talent shouted. I think this issue is is going away. The market is is balancing itself and good talent is coming from all sorts of different defections into the will. it did not cheap way more accessible than before. The challenges didn't have shifted in my opinion from talent gaps to both insistent cups. And i'll try to gonna show that in four different buckets. So one of them is is portions. How do i estimate the ally often. Ai project how do i define the budget endgame. That's very different than than traditional software projects. Why d- projects the second bucket is integration applications and and solutions in genoa. Now this may sound of sideways from from but it's out of the whole challenge of production izing. How with to play with the application. This is interesting for me especially from extent point because naive. Boches don't always walk because of the nature of the modern. They'll give you one of many examples. Ai models often produce results with degrees eleven of confidence.

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Fresh update on "yahoo" discussed on Yahoo Finance Market Minute

Yahoo Finance Market Minute

00:50 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "yahoo" discussed on Yahoo Finance Market Minute

"This is market minute by yahoo finance. I mean s for a a bit of mixed markets today as a nasdaq has been outperforming. The dow has been under pressure. The tenure yield is backed down to one point four six percent. Yesterday we saw that yield. Go to one point. Six percent prompting some of the accelerating sell off that we saw yesterday the sector action is also a reversal from what we saw earlier. This week energy is taking a breather. Today it's the underperformer. Meanwhile technology and communication services are seeing gains hence that nasdaq going higher. Oil is under pressure the. Us dollar is firming a bit and with stronger dollar that makes oil more expensive. For those buying and other currencies however brenton wti crude still are on track to gain about eighteen percent this month for more marketed. News to yahoo finance dot com..

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interview with Jessica Lessin

Skimm'd from The Couch

03:57 min | 3 d ago

interview with Jessica Lessin

"Jessica thank you for joining me and welcome to skin from the couch. Thanks for having me carly. I love listening to this podcast. So i'm thrilled to be here. I was saying just as you got kinda miked up. Its feels very weird to be on the other side of interviewing journalists like you but we're going to jump into it which is first question. I'm a standard question. Skim your resume. I wanted to be a reporter For as long as i can remember and had a series of internships starting in high school at my local newspaper where i wrote about why there were so many nail salons and how they could all stay in business so didn't really have a sense of supply and demand back then but was interested in in poking my nose around i then interned at the associated press the boston globe and the wall street journal and clung to that internship so that they would not let me leave the building and convince them to hire me so i worked as a tech reporter at the journal for eight years covering everything from the rise of online video to apple to google yahoo the rise of the internet. If you will that be took me out to san francisco and then after eight years at the journal i loved covering the tech industry and it seemed to me. That tac was disrupting news in very very fundamental ways most significantly. It was getting publishers obsessed with online advertising and traffic in a way that i felt was really lowering. The quality of news content and so i launched the information as a subscription business to swing back to quality over quantity and i guess seven years in We have one of the largest newsrooms of tech reporters around the world in her breaking major stories every day. We're going to dig into so much of that. But i'm curious. What would people be surprised to learn about you. I think probably many many things. But probably that i never ever ever thought i was going to start a company i actually remember grousing to my husband. You know maybe a decade ago. Why is everyone leaving. Big company jobs to start a company in the world be better if they were adding their talents and energies sort of into the traditional system. So i i. I think even wrote a story at the journal about like you know. There are too many entrepreneurs or something to that vein but you know lo and behold eventually you catch the edge and i think the world is just made starting a company so i was gonna say appealing but as you know carly times is quite tough Be anything appealing but it just felt like there was a huge opportunity and i went for it but it was quite a swing from sort of being very down on entrepreneurship to becoming one. You mentioned in your skin of your bio that you began your journalism career at a young age and went onto the crimson while. You're harvard We're able to turn internship into a job at the journal. I think that the one of the most popular questions that we get asked. How do i turn my internship into the full-time. What is your advice on how to do that. Don't leave the buildings that was really my advice and so i kind of lucked out. Because i was working on this big project. It was on the salary data that the government was putting out it a once in every year report about what was having to wages across a huge number of jobs and i had planned a really big feature with my editor on this and they push back the release date and so i said i i got it right this story you know you don't wanna miss this big feature in the journal you had an approval process for big features in the had been approved and all of that and so you know my internship was supposed to be up august whatever. The data was coming out first week in september and i just sort of made the case to literally extend my security badge access

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Fresh update on "yahoo" discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

00:38 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "yahoo" discussed on Mixergy

"I think we were always aware that it's it can be dangerous to play Sharecropper on somebody else's technology so all the all the clients that on built on twitter learned that the hard way so were like our smart we built on email emails a protocol. It's never going away. There's tons of different. Isp's like g mail or yahoo mail however one day we woke up and this is i think a few maybe a week after black friday and suddenly our emails stopped working The content was only or or was stuck. There'd be one version wouldn't change after the fact and there was nothing no indicator from google and we do a ton of detective work and it turns out that google had Finally public published a blog post and they started cashing content so every single every single g mail client for that one piece of content would see the one cash version and they were doing this for privacy insecurity. That was the argument so this was bad. This is really bad for business. Happened like six years ago and every esp we talked to she digital exact target. Everyone's like you can't convince the isp especially google change anything so months we're like we're gonna be fine or business is going to be fine but no this was an existential threat and our head of client. Today's headed client strategy. Somehow she knows every single person on the planet she networked her way found a product manager at google. Who's willing to take a fifteen minute meeting with me. And michael. So michael and i built the ugliest sales deck that you've ever seen intentionally ugly intentionally ugly because we're like this. Hopefully this will be shared with the engineers where we put forth. Are casey offer technical solution that lets them. Protect privacy and security while a better and user experience and we made it ugly because we said if we make this look too pretty feel sales. it feels. it'll turn them off and little. Did we know you know radio. Silence we talked to this product manager. Couple months later he's going to be at. This conference called mog the messaging. Antibodies working group. I get a membership democracy. I flew to san francisco. Also lineup a meeting with yahoo mail known that just because he was going to be there and within two minutes of our conversation he's like. Hey that change you mentioned It was a good idea and our engineering teams. Doing it probably really out in the next few days. And what was the change of you suggested. So i'm looking at. I think this is the blog. Post from december sixteenth. Twenty thirteen back to the future. G mail turns on images in email and it was about how they don't want images to be hand to be turned on by default. But they're going to anyway at the top of it. They have an update that says that they basically reverse themselves. Yeah so the change still exists but we had the ability passed a no cash header to hey to google to win. Gnc's atta it says. Don't cash this thing. They still mask. Ip address and. i believe. Yahoo mail does as well as the g. location may not work But essentially we were able to force the content not to be cash. Some you just said look make exceptions for some images. Here's how we use this if anyone abuses it you can always go back and shut. That senator off road is to abuse it that they were doing for performance reasons right. The caching was for a performance reason and said look i get. That's a performance reason. Here's a legitimate use case. it's a better experience. We're not an e- we're not an espn. We're not spamming. People making the content better and you know they understood the argument and they said this makes sense. We give them a technical solution which was easy. We thought easy to implement. We never thought it was a real surprise at the the thing that we asked. But you know it taught me and michael in our company the lesson that you you never quit fighting. There's always a way even if the odds seem astronomically. Small.

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Finding Authentic Happiness With Aidan Park

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:58 min | 5 d ago

Finding Authentic Happiness With Aidan Park

"Always curious as to what people say about themselves because i don't know like sometimes people list credits talk about career stuff. Sometimes people talk about personal ways that they identify. You know there's a lot of. It's a lot of wonderful options here. You sure pronouns. People people can do. Many iterations of things have happened. My government asked to do this. But i will okay so i wrote a book called the art of being gay about finding authentic joy. Yahoo i am. He have pronoun. And i'm i'm a comedian and erin and the bad aspects you have a great laugh and important. You thank you as a comedian. I feel like that's something that i don't find myself to be a big laugher because i think over time trained that out of myself to be to seem like a tough guy in the comedy world. This is not a way to be. I'm not. I'm not pitching this to anybody. Don't be like this. But it's a delight to hear your of very genuine and explosive laugh. How how the joke about that. I mean literally the beginning in the beginning of my career. They were like okay. I'm a weirdo. i'm. I'm a bit of a quirky person okay. So in the beginning. I thought by jokes hilarious so i go up the joke even if the win thought it was funny at laugh. Even people sometimes completed the sentence. I be like oh. Yeah and then. I'm like wait a minute. I didn't say the jokes you chat lap would be those moments and so people were like man. You shouldn't laugh at your jokes. i don't care. I think i'm hilarious. I really like it. Won't one of me you know that. Sounds like freedom what you're describing. it's freedom. I feel. I feel i have that i do feel free And any also to be somebody who works in the comedy space and then write a book about finding authentic happiness. I gotta say for me. I'm on that journey myself. I'm trying to think we may have a common destination that we hope for that. I think is also kind of unusual. I think that having an interest in genuine happiness is i think people that maybe work outside of comedy. That would seem like it makes sense. But that's not been my experience. I get the audience is having fun. But i don't usually find that comics or people who are prioritizing

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Fresh update on "yahoo" discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

Startup Stories by Mixergy

01:33 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "yahoo" discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

"Can you give me an example of how someone might use that yup So there's three types of data you you open an email. There's contextual factors that an email could change so it's snowing outside or it's sunny over here or you're in alaska versus florida so we can. We can change content based on that. That's that's interesting. But maybe not the world changing thing. There's behavioral content. We can also power so we understand what's happening on the website so if you've abandoned a search or a basket a banner could pop up in your email saying Continue pick up where you left off or a here. The items you're searching for that's proven really effective but the last piece Loyalty point balance. Right we're calling an api first party api or a crowd system and it's got their loyalty tier status. How many points that. They have how many they will have to earn to be at the next level and to completely personalized email and they never would have been able to pull something like this off before a move blank right where millions of people are getting millions of unique emails. We talked earlier about how email is an open protocol and then when they discovered the g mail made this big change. What was the change that they made. What happened. I think we were always aware that it's it can be dangerous to play Cher crop else's technology so all the all the clients that on built on twitter learned that the hard way so were like our smart. We built on email emails a protocol. It's never going away. There's tons of different. Isp's like like a g mail yahoo mail however one day we woke up and this is i think a few maybe a week after black friday and suddenly our emails stopped working The content was only or or was stuck. There'd be one version wouldn't change. After the fact and there was nothing no indicator from google and we do a ton of detective work and it turns out that google had finally public published a blog post and they started cashing content so every single every single g mail client for that one piece of content would see the one cash version and they were doing this for privacy insecurity. That was the argument so this was bad..

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Elon Musk's Tesla buys $1.5bn of Bitcoin causing currency to spike

Yahoo Finance Market Minute

00:10 sec | 2 weeks ago

Elon Musk's Tesla buys $1.5bn of Bitcoin causing currency to spike

"Surpass forty. Four thousand dollars aucoin earlier today. After tesla said it has bought one and a half billion dollars of the digital currency

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Fresh update on "yahoo" discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

01:13 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "yahoo" discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"And he's now going to be on the run and it's going to be a big situation for him where you see. The fact that he is going to be in hiding is going to be doing things that is not normally what we see spiderman do plus the fact that the multi-diverse is a real possibility. And all these different characters that we are going to see like you were mentioning could become a part of it even if it's just for cameos or whatnot. So all these things in elements were throwing together. He's also been on social media saying that he just finished filming the biggest action scene. Ever verse superheroes with covers a lot is going to say that there if that's the case but you know it's just something that were very excited for i think it's going to expound on the spite of receiver more will this be. The last time. Tom holland is going to be in a standalone spiderman. Wait and see. i don't think so. I think they will bring him back for at least one more. Plus all the marvel stuff that he's going to do in the mcu plus anything on the side and the spider verse. Like maybe he'll do do a cameo in venom two or something like that you. There's only we can only hope that. I mean there's there's going to be all those possibilities here but i'm looking forward to seeing what spiderman no way home and how that relates to the whole story. I know he actually at some point in time still is with mary. Jane and ned there because the pictures that they've shown from the set. Show them all together. And there's been leaked footage out there of him visiting. Mj so it's not like he's going to be hiding from his girlfriend or anything like that. We we still get some die action. That's all people need to be concerned with. Yes yes outstanding. Actress appreciate everything she does. It's going to be something very interesting for us to see how this develops and how it also shapes going forward things in the mcu. Could it help out for doctor. Strange to could help out for other stories in the marvel. cinematic universe in the disney marvel. Cinematic universe could it also at the same time and which. I'm sure it's going to help develop stories within the spiders. We're talking about more reassert. we're talking about venom. We're talking about possibly craven the hunter talking about all these different scenarios that are out there. So we wanna hear thoughts when it comes to a new title for spiderman. What are your thoughts out there. On spiderman no way home please shares her thoughts pop culture cosmos at yahoo dot com. My friend before..

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Bitcoin prices soar as Tesla says it bought $1.5 billion worth

Yahoo Finance Market Minute

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bitcoin prices soar as Tesla says it bought $1.5 billion worth

"Spiked to a record. High hidden forty five thousand earlier after tesla said it has bought one and a half billion dollars of the digital currency and will accept bitcoin payments in the near future deutsche coin which has been dubbed the people's coined by ceo elon. Musk of tesla was mentioned over the weekend again by mosque on twitter. Sending mean crypto currency higher. Doj coin is up more than seven hundred percent in twenty twenty one and

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Jonas Downey From Basecamp Discusses How Their Products Reflect Their Opinions

Developer Tea

03:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Jonas Downey From Basecamp Discusses How Their Products Reflect Their Opinions

"People who are listening to this know about about base camp And i'm sure that they have probably seen some of your work. But i love for you. Assume that somebody who's listening to this does has no idea Who who base camp is what they do what you do. Can you kind of give like a two inch. Introduction chirp yeah basecamp is a software product company We've been around. Think about twenty years now and Over the years we've made lots of different products. Our most famous product is the one called base camps are companies named after the product. And it's some generally known as project management tool but that's kind of not a fair description of it. It's really a communications tool for small businesses and teams to get work done and keep in touch with each other. Keep track of everything. Stay on the same page Within that chat chatting twos and things like that So that's base camp and then we recently launched a brand new product called. Hey which is an e mail service. So it competes with things like g mail yahoo you can sign up for a hey dot com email address and it's sort of reinvention of email. We took e mail in basically blew it up and came up with a bunch of new ideas and still all that into this new product. So that's the summary. Yeah bit base. Camp seems to take on all of the projects that when you first start being you know. It's a lot of people listening. Rinaldi become offer engineering. Oh i am going to build a productivity app and kind of this kind of mean culture around the idea that oh yeah of course your first app is going to be to do right right but then basecamp actually takes the next step and like no. We're going to actually build this thing and do the whole you know start. Starting these really really harry difficult problems like email and productivity and project management. All of the things that you know are hard to tackle because there's so first of all so many competitors in space but secondly there's so much Kind of religiosity around how to do these things and I've always seen base campus as someone or someone. There's a big personality. Basecamp has of these heart problems having opinions about them and sometimes having It won't say counter cultural because it's really a buzzy term but having opinions that other people are are quick to criticize So i'm curious if you have that same perception of basecamp in kind of the super culture yeah i think that's right Definitely our products swim in heavily populated spaces. There's lots of competing products and lots of ways to get worked on. There's lots of resent email. Those things aren't novel but what is novel is our approach to how we run our business and how we think of this software and how it fits into people's lives that's that's really the way that basecamp contrast against most of the other companies building tools in in these faces so We are very opinionated about Running a company that's profitable and small and respectful of Our employees time and we build the products that we use to run our company So the products have those same principles and that ethos built into them As just the fundamental of of how we approach work in vacation time we thought a lot about those things over two decades and so when you use any of our products are going to get the kind of distilled version of how we translate those opinions into tools.

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How to watch Super Bowl 2021

Talking Tech

02:31 min | 2 weeks ago

How to watch Super Bowl 2021

"Either listeners. It's brett molina. And i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking tech so bright. If i mentioned the chiefs are in the super bowl no never. This is the first time. I i'm just learning now that the chiefs are in the super bowl. I can't believe it Seriously mike is obviously. He's fan the chiefs so it's a big day obviously because the super bowl's on how do you plan to watch it. Well you know this year since there's no super bowl parties people have to make sure they have their own plan to watch the game. I do have Pay-tv so i have multiple options but there are some online streaming options. That'll be cool. That i may check out during the game and there's plenty of ways to do that so let me i a big list here. Let me real enough for you. So if you look close enough to a local cbs station. You could get an antenna and you can get just basic rabbit. Ears will pick up a great hd picture if If you'd like to try that since many are going to stream the game the good news is. Cbs is going to stream it. Free on cbs. Sports dot com. And on the cbs sports app without the need for any authentication so usually to watch live sports on on cbs sports app. You need Have your pay tv credentials or maybe from another streaming service so this collect your watch for free and if you wanna watch for friends you can chat and watch the game using the free watch together feature in the yahoo sports app. The games also going to be streamed on the nfl app. And if you own an iphone twelve and you and it's and you have connection to five g any carrier not just not just for is in which is sponsoring some of this stuff. You can view up to five different camera angles from the game and also get some reality real time stats so i'm probably going to try to do that. You could also stream the game in spanish on espn digital platforms including espn deportes. Another option if you were in the in the mood to try out some of these live streaming services such fubo. Tv and hulu plus live tv in youtube tv. They have local. Cbs stations for most subscribers. And most of them have a free trial of a of a week two weeks so you can always try that out. And they'll and the have your cbs station. You can watch on their youtube. Tv for instance has a few cool features. You can also use on your phone as you watch such as you can you can

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Jeff Bezos Is Stepping Down as CEO Of Amazon but Staying On as Executive Chairman

Yahoo Finance Market Minute

00:12 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jeff Bezos Is Stepping Down as CEO Of Amazon but Staying On as Executive Chairman

"Jeff bezos is stepping down as ceo. The ecommerce giant. Andy jesse ahead of amazon's web services will become. Ceo vessels will stay on as executive chairman of the board

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Do Positions Even Matter Anymore?

The NBA Show

05:21 min | Last month

Do Positions Even Matter Anymore?

"Now i'm joined by yahoo serious so he and she wrote this article about draymond green. She wrote an article about the idea. That draymond green is almost a position unto himself that now new players come into the league or filling in so i wanna talk to her about that and i thought it was a fascinating piece because you identified a bunch of guys use value. I think are were only just now starting to understand so before we get into our conversation about like positions and howard thinking about positions in the league across the board. Just tell me a little bit. About what attracted you to this idea in the first place like was there a big bang moment that you were like i think i ll adore is also part of this yet actually was I was watching. I was watching the rockets take on the thunder in the playoffs. And there are a few moments where statement just couldn't close out on pj talker. Who's obviously pointing the five. And then they had to madore at the five and he's six four was already crazy. The pj tucker six five center was starting and that was a response to that. It was a natural response and it was the right response. Underplayed way better with him at the five and they went away from it. Which is i think why they lost the series and it was just kind of interesting to me you know. You didn't have a workers in the playoffs. But stephen adams is being squeezed on both sides. He just can't get away from this thing. That dream on started like on one end. It's we can't defend on the other end like there's there's this young guy who's coming for a spot and he watched even again. We're gonna talk about this later. But if you watch stephen adams now not exactly fitting offense. No i mean. I almost wonder whether or not steven adams was like an enormous tax locker room. Guy like that that he was brought in. Now you can almost make the argument that he's there to give veteran leadership and just like established like a certain culture at the pelicans. Because obviously encore doesn't really work the way. I don't buy that at all veteran leadership. I can these signs of guys and then they're like yeah. That'll that'll play well. They had drew holiday last year. They found jj radic for the past two years. They have veteran leader. Sure especially since. I feel like grip is also read coyotes piece earlier this week. Try to roll bledsoe into that as well as like. No no no you guys go up bledsoe on the back end of that deal. Because that's we got. I see what they were trying to do. Which is like they have like the young guys and then they have like this mix of old guy so that young guys never turned into the wolves and wind up not knowing how like which way is up and all but they're only like a few steps better than the wolves to host stephen adams this much money also the wolves beat down. Yes that's true. How are they really. They made the wolves. Look real smart on offense. Yes which is impossible so wanted to ask you about this idea that i've been thinking about especially as regards to ben simmons which i think has become like a little bit of an obsession of mine this season. But it's like where is he appropriately situated on the court. There's like the physical like. Where does he stand part. And then there is the conceptual like do we think of him as a point guard. Do we think of a four or are we starting to introduce like a certain new kind of lexicon of the way we think about players. Like whether it's the dunker or like a cook cling cappella roller or a guy. Who is you know. There's all sorts of a huge constellation of terms. We use. Is that a better way to think about these guys in does change their value at all. Because i thought like your idea here that the draymond is almost a new position. Now you could look for was fascinating and there's no question to me that it changes the value of the players of one of the things. I noticed while reporting that article was just the fact that once you name something you start seeing it everywhere like tournament use that you see in life all the time and it was. It was pointed to detrimental. These guys because they were doing things in the court and a lot of the people i talked to. Just one of the things to that stuck out was scouts. Were just like you. Just don't don't doubt winning. If the guy has contributed to winning plays this was this was wrong. One of the college scouts said scouted grant williams. So if the guy's making winning plays don't outsmart yourself just because you can't find a way to put it in a box. It's probably something that you don't quite understand yet just because you can't understand it doesn't mean it's not effective in that definitely plays a role with a lot of guys in the league. So yeah tha t to that point a changes your changes your value just because like this league is a lot more because a lot more than i think people realize it. A lot of people are out to win. Press conferences in if you can't quite explain what you're going for with certain player. I think it makes it harder for you to recognize. It also makes it harder for you to sell which matters on every level matters when you're scouting and you're trying to convince your head coach your your gm or somebody else and then for the gm. It's like trying to convince the owner. Then you know that's gonna be that's gonna be defined the depending on the franchise you are. Some of that is going to be defined by the media will perceive a certain selection to Be it's interesting. i think i'm kind of. I'm kind of going to this place whereby my pet theory now watching the heat watching the sixers has become that you can. You're allowed to have if you really smart. And if the other shooters are andrew or really good they can make plays. You're allowed to have two guys. That aren't very good shooting on the court

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Ali Ghodsi on The Past, Present, and Future of Big Data

Invest Like the Best

07:47 min | Last month

Ali Ghodsi on The Past, Present, and Future of Big Data

"I'd love to start our conversation at the end. With what data bricks is today to level set for the audience. Exactly what you do what. Your focuses in what the business does for customers. Could you just walk us through as we sit here at the end of twenty twenty what the company looks like in the service or problem it solves for customers or seven year old company. We have about seventeen hundred employees and we help enterprises massive amounts of data and machine learning a and the data most enterprises. They've seen how silicon valley for tech companies have used data in a really strategic way to disrupt industries. They wanna do the same thing. But they don't have thousands of engineers that can help them build data apart from custom for their use case. We've built out and we enable them to do that. I would love to go all the way back into retell the history of distributed computing because everybody will have heard the term big data. This was a really popular term. Five seven years ago and i think that concept that term. The fact that he was being talked about in normal business circles was the result of progress in the world of distributed compute and storage. I'd love you to rewind however far back you'd think is appropriate to go. Maybe it's back to the two thousand six yahoo days tell the modern history of distributing computing. What it means and why so interesting and important. I think what happened. Is that around two thousands. We hit this wall because moore's wall in figure out how to make computers faster so everything started moving into these data centers new computer and it was a new data center in this data centers. Where you had under the thousands of genes people started collecting more and more data and the reason for this with multiple one was the price of storage kept going on so he became cheaper and cheaper to store all this massive amounts of data and no one wanted to throw it away and they heard there were some more that companies like we will have gone a lot of value out of data so they wanted to do the same thing secondly more and more people were connected on the thirties sites that had millions of users attached to it that were coming visiting decides those this aspiration that collect all the data. Maybe we can do great things with it. I think around two thousand and five doesn't six people still gonna know before. Take his new. They had typically an ad business the reflecting date other optimizing how to show ads the people the residents prices didn't really know what to do with it so this big data revolution sort of entered its first phase which is let's collect data on their amazing things we can do at once we get there. It's cheap wanna do it. So that's kind of what started on that time and people started collecting these things into data lakes. Massive massive data sets back then the measurement of success was. How much data do you have. We are very accessible. One pedal bike to data are where even more data go. They don't like has grown from one. Part of this is amazing. So i kind of the first dinner. What exactly was going on almost down to the hardware that was revolutionary. Back in the early to mid two thousand. That made some of this possible so people are used to having their own data on their own computer of rinse familiar with the term cloud. But i think early on everyone would think of clouds someone else's computer a computer somewhere else not under my desk somewhere else. What literally was happening from the hardware or software standpoint in the early to mid two thousands to make some of this possible in early two thousand. You would buy a big supercomputer as a lot of problems. In fact i remember berkeley. Who is the twitter and boever gay. Just they have one giant machine with process all the tweets. I don't remember how much memory but it was some gigantic amounts while. How did you get machine without much memories. That was the way it would get very expensive. Super-computer it would do all your competitions for you but as hit this moore's wall and it couldn't scale these computers are onto ninety five. The cpu speed stagnant computers. Getting faster and more computers are basically being three gigahertz since system. So that's kind of started meeting. We probably have to distribute. Our needs are not going on on the data. We have is not going down. The number beating processing capacity we need is just increasing exponential. We probably need more machines. So that's when. I started distributing ounce into data centers it soon became infeasible for every organization to manage thousands of thousands of machines on their own on prime so the cloud revolution kind of off said. Hey this is a utility. Why don't we manage august thousands of chance for you in the cloud. You can just use them. This also accelerate thinks 'cause now anyone could pretty much would credit cards start reading thousands of machines. This new computer in the cloud started storing things on very cheaply and get started. What was the harder. Challenge back then between hardware and the software needed to coordinate putting stuff into those systems and then accessing and pulling it out in a timely fashion what was the most innovation that happened to make that possible. Well actually if you think changed in the very early days the problem was there was so much data and the networks. Were not fast enough so in the cloud or whether your own bill center that you had the big innovation of map reduced the big thing. If you go back to a time was we have to move the computations close to the data you specify what you wanna do your data but then you had to sink all map produce which was really clever about. Let's move the code that runs on the state are closed today. Because there's so much data. We can't transferred over the network. We try to transfer it over to meth or the whole network will collapse. That was the name of the game back then and there was a lot of research on how to avoid. That turned up. You don't have need to do that anymore. Qc a little bit more about that. So i just wanna make sure i understand. So let's make the stupid simple. I've got a terabyte of data sitting somewhere on actual hardware and whatever it is. It's customer data or something. If i wanna do some sort of compute on top of that data run a query or produce some output. The network was the limiting factors. Just getting the data from there somewhere else to do. The computer was hard so some innovation was just do the compute and the same data center or something. Getting that right yeah. Let's take an example. Let's have data on how people have clicked on a website since you can't buy supercomputer anymore. You've probably distributed that over many machines. We have one hundred machines that drives and started on the horizon sheen's the the pedophile of how people have clicked on your website. But now you wanna compute something simple example. We just wanna see what's the average number of books on a particular link. Twenty years ago would be described the code the takes all those numbers in averages them and then go over all of the data sets but here to do that but would have to move all the data from these hundreds of machines through the machine. That's doing the competition. And i would just crashed in it. In fact we did that at uc berkeley. We were developing of spark. We crashed parts of networks. They called us up. What are you doing was transferring all this data from all these machines every other machine so that was name of the game in the early days. How do we avoid that. How do we actually move pieces of the competition. The average just while he's hundred machines let them compete at locally and send some kind of aggregates to you mentioned that originally that was a unique solve but then today. We no longer have to do it that way. So what's changed networking technology. Unlike some of us have just gone faster ambassador investor and they've also come up with dick needs is actually research that started at ups t they figured out how to configure the networks in his data centers in a way such that any two machines can completely at full speed communicate with each other. You can no longer collapsed and work with these heavy computations and in some sense these days the network has been completely merchandised. And it's no longer in your way so we no longer need to actually move the code close to the data and that's happened around. Two thousand nine doesn't ten eleven today. Virtually everyday center every public cloud provides. You really really fast networks. That just won't get in your way.

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Etsy shares jump after Elon Musk tweets he 'kinda loves' the e-commerce company

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Etsy shares jump after Elon Musk tweets he 'kinda loves' the e-commerce company

"Shares are jumping about six percent after tesla. Ceo elon. musk. I kinda love. Xy that sent shares of the e commerce company higher.

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U.S. retail sales sink for third straight month as pandemic pounds economy again

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U.S. retail sales sink for third straight month as pandemic pounds economy again

"Sales fell for a third straight month as a surge in covid nineteen cases. Kept people away from stores. During the holiday shopping season the us commerce department said retail sales fell a seasonally adjusted seven tenths of a percent in december from the month before

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Using LinkedIn to build your business and brand with Scott Aaron

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10:14 min | Last month

Using LinkedIn to build your business and brand with Scott Aaron

"I'd love to do. We're going to deeper into linked jan and how you've been leveraging in using it because what we're saying to people is look leave untapped opportunity on link jin to really take the time now to build those connections because the seeds that you start to so now i going to come as you develop a nurture that just like farming going to seed and sprout and what you do now is going to impact many months down the track which is cost. Scott is what happened she you but before we move on sometimes we do need to plow that field a little bit talk about some of the ways that you overcame some of those obstacles new sites. Actually you'll superpower because sometimes when we are sitting in that situation off want now. Everything feels and seems hopeless. We're not able to take on any new learnings. That really could be the solution to moving forward because what happened to you. of course. it's taken that trajectory in a whole other area. Which now you'll specializing in. So what are a few words of advice some insights maybe around becoming obstacles that that becomes a superpower being resilient and that that can sort of late to successes and then i think jive deeper into to the link. Jim but what are some Insights you wanna share here. Well it actually. It all came about two different things so just four and a half years ago. I filed for personal bankruptcy. And i am i i. I don't believe you can go any lower. The net point now to preface. That i had a successful coaching practice. I had a successful online wellness practice but the gym was failing. It was losing about three thousand dollars a month. I was the personal guarantor of the lease and for business owners. That don't know what that means. When you're the personal guarantor of the lease your financially responsible for every dollar. It's owed on that least whether it succeeds or fails and that was about four hundred and fifty thousand dollars of liability debt. That was in my name. And i met with my business attorney and he said listen. You got two choices. You can continue having your two successful businesses fund. You're failing one or you can file for personal. Bankruptcy have cleaned sate slate and start your life now and when he painted that picture for me. There was no hesitation. A lot of people. That may be here that they're like all my guide. I might be faced with filing for bankruptcy. I didn't hear your life is going to be over. I heard your life is about to begin. Because this emory this was my opportunity over an eighteen year period that i was finally able to start doing things on my own my own way painting the picture that i wanted to paint carving the path that i wanted to carve people think that life is a straight line. Life is not a straight line there. Are you know again. We're in a very unprecedented time rate now in globally a lot of people have. There's been a lot loss. There's been lives lost. There's been Relationships lost there's been memories and precious time with loved ones that are lost but again we've all been through our own form of personal pandemics whether it's divorce whether it's bankruptcy whether it's cutting ties with family member whatever it is but the one thing that always kept me going was knowing that i couldn't control anything that has happened. Can't control it. It's early in the past. And i can't worry too much about the future because it hasn't happened yet and remember reading. A book called the power of now by eckhart totally and he talks about just and and this is m read. This is my the foundation. That i always come back to whenever there's a wall kicking moment whenever there's a hiccup with something that's going on. He says in this book. There's three types of people there's people that live in anxiety there's people that live in fear and there's people that live in peace. The people that live in anxiety are the ones that are constantly replaying the tapes of their past that are keeping them where they don't want to be the people that in fear are the ones that are so fearful of. What has it happened yet. They are paralyzed with what's going on right now. And then there's the people that live in peace and the people that live in peace are the ones that are living in the time period. That is the only time in our life that we can actually control which is the now the present moment which we are in rate at this time so when i started to think about that i knew no matter what was going to be thrown at me. There is a solution for every problem. And you hear it. All the time live in the solution. Don't live in the problem if it's already happened. Okay i'm going to work through this. There's a there's a way to figure this whole thing out and i had to remain grounded. And that is what's really enabled me to continue to thrive whether there's a pandemic or not it's allowed me to overcome those obstacles. I'm not saying that there is no emotional scars. We all have. We always carry around emotional scars. But it's how we process and handle them and grow from them and it's also allowed me to become resilient it's allowed me to understand and take conceptually know that no matter what the universe is throwing at me it's going to propel me to something greater and i look forward to those challenges because we are challenged when something is thrown our way and we are growing. We become better definitely and you being in the background. The jim knight building muscle. When you're lifting you tearing muscle a posh to make wine. You'll crushing those grades. And so to build resilience. You have resilience muscle. Guess what in asia guy challenges and obstacles to be able to learn and grow and because of that you'll now able to share how you you'll leveraging linking because that was something that the kind of apparent to you. Hey i can connect with all of these people. So what i've got. I've got gone in john beforehand. Is i have actually let me. Just see if i can bring this on. Looked you up on lincoln and they guy we've got. Your leak did profile so i'll go. That might be nice to have been. But you know you talk about the best use of linked into build your business and brand. What would you say have been some of the key insights. You've learned through leveraging region. Some of the how. To's that really have made a significant difference in how you have leverage in the outcomes that you and your clients are now getting through using this platform. So i called the layer cake of lincoln and the four best practices or best things that you can understand the way that i call it. A layer cake is because there's a big layer medium layer small layer and then a tiny layer and the big layer is your profile. This is this is where people get to know who you are and what you do and actually if you scroll down a little bit and maria on my profile you'll see under the highlighted the featured information rate. They're on the right hand side. There's an optimize linked in. It's it's a free download That i have where it helps. People start to optimize a pdf. That goes over the specific sections. And i always talk about making sure that you have a clear and present headshot you have a background photo that is branded to you. the about me section which is very very important and the two best tips that i can give you for the about me. Section number one Actually three making sure. It's in first person you don't want it in third person. Make sure it's in first person number to make sure it's two to three hundred words in length that is leading the reader of your profile. No here's what i do. Here's how i do it. And here's what i do for clients and finally a call to action. So is there a website you can direct them to. Is there an email. They can contact you out so if you go to the bottom of that you will see that. I put a call to action. Connect with me here. Reach out to me here. Give people somewhere to go. The experience action is also very important because the experience section. It really allows you to pudding key words and what people don't understand is there's something called seo embedded all over our profile which means search engine optimization so are linked in profile so emory if you open up another window and you just go on google and i i always do this with people and you open up another window and you just type in my name and you type in scott aaron One of the first things. That's going to come up with a google result on the first page is my latent profile. And are you talking. Yes and why. That's so powerful. So that means that you're profiles because microsoft obviously works in conjunction with yahoo with being with google so now when people are searching on google the redirected back to your page. So you can see rate there. My linked in profile is the third result on there.

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Poshmark's shares soar in debut to public markets

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Poshmark's shares soar in debut to public markets

"Shares of posh mark the online marketplace for secondhand goods that those shares soared more than one hundred and thirty percent during its public debut.

Nio downgraded by Citigroup, Etsy performs well with stock up 12%

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Nio downgraded by Citigroup, Etsy performs well with stock up 12%

"Neo ended the session down about one percent. It was downgraded at citigroup and sc was one of the best performers today. Up more than twelve percent.

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Tesla gains 4% after previous day's losses

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Tesla gains 4% after previous day's losses

"Tesla was one of the better performers on the nasdaq. One hundred tesla gaining more than four percent after being down yesterday more than seven percent ending. Its longest winning streak. Amber

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Intel unveils new 11-gen processors, outperforms Dow

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Intel unveils new 11-gen processors, outperforms Dow

"Intel on the dow today was up more than four. Percents the outperformer today on the dow after unveiling late yesterday you processors. This is part of their eleventh generation. Series

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Boeing records 2020 as worst year ever for deliveries

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Boeing records 2020 as worst year ever for deliveries

"And boeing had been in red green territory and flipped into the red after announcing its deliveries for twenty twenty one hundred and fifty seven planes that were delivered. Its worst year on record for december. It had a better mon- they'd had orders of more than eighty of its seven thirty seven. Max jets which had been grounded until recently but no seven eighty seven dreamliner deliveries in december

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo finance daily

Yahoo finance daily

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo finance daily

"All right dan roberts delayed have slobber rubin joining us for this yahoo finance presents. Lot of thanks for coming on. Thanks for having me dan. So you guys today are launching your new startup. and it's called vincent. Tell us about What vincent is what it does. And why now of course you are primarily known for your co founding of gogo which has been very successful. Yeah we're really excited to announce vincent you can find it at with vincent dot com and it's a marketplace to find alternative investments so with my experience at indie gogo i continue to have seen continued growth in alternative investments and we just thought that in the last decade there's so many new platforms that are offering alternatives whether it's our cars or real estate or farmland or wine or trading cards etc etc but. There's not one place where you can look at all your options and discover and diligence those options. And that's what vincent is is kind of like a zillow or kayak an aggregate across all alternative investment options. And we're looking to build the largest database of all investments on the internet now indigo obviously was crowdfunding and has gotten very big kind of become a household name. This startup kind of naturally make sense for you is the next step if we zoom out a little. What are you seeing happen with. Various alternative investments especially with young investors. I mean especially in twenty twenty. We've seen kind of the rise of the robinhood investor regular young people. You know we at yahoo. Finance retail investors but people who may have been stock market newbies. Who have gotten into buying stocks. And now you know you could bring in crypto currency you could gold or number of types of investments that young investors are sort of suddenly waking up to re observing that trend. And is that why this was the perfect timing for vincent. That's exactly right so originally even indie gogo wanted offer investments back in two thousand eight. We pass the jobs act and then had our own equity cropping platform. That's where we saw the appetite for all of these alternative investments. I think in the last twenty thirty years people done a great job to really learn how to do equity trading so public equities and robin hood is the apex of really making it. Mainstream of getting everybody involved. But i think the next frontier is all term investments more of that opaque market that. We don't have that transparency. And that is where you can create wealth in today's zero interest rate environment. You know you need to find a place to put your money. And all of these alternatives are really flourishing. Uc bitcoin at almost an all time high. Uc gold very.

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

04:37 min | 2 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"All right dan. Roberts delayed has slobber rubin joining us for this yahoo finance presents lava. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for having me dan. So you guys today are launching your new startup. and it's called vincent. Tell us about What vincent is what it does. And why now of course you are primarily known for your co founding of ego which has been very successful. Yeah we're really excited to announce vincent you can find it at with vincent dot com and it's a marketplace to find alternative investments so with my experience at indie gogo i continue to have seen continued growth in alternative investments and we just thought that in the last decade there so many new platforms that are offering alternatives. Whether it's our cars or real estate or farmland or wine or trading cards etc etc but there's one place where you can look at all of your options and discover diligence those options. And that's what vincent is. It's kind of like zillow or kayak an aggregated across all alternative investment options. And we're looking to build. The largest database of alternative investments on the internet indigo obviously was crowdfunding and has gotten very big kind of become a household name. This startup kind of naturally makes sense for you is the next step if we zoom out a little. What are you seeing happened with. Various alternative investments especially with young investors. I mean especially in twenty twenty. We've seen kind of the rise of the robin hood investor regular young people. You know we at yahoo finance column retail investors but people who may have been stock market newbies who have gotten into buying stocks. And now you could bring in crypto currency you could bring in gold or number of types of investments that young investors are sort of suddenly waking up to observing that trend. And is that why this was the perfect timing for vincent that's exactly right so originally even indie gogo wonder offer investments back in two thousand eight. We pass the jobs act and then had our own equity crowd platform. That's where we saw the appetite for all of these alternative investments. I think in the last twenty thirty years. People don't great job to really learn how to do equity trading so public equities and robin hood is the apex of really making it. Mainstream of getting everybody involved but i think the next frontier is alternative investments more of that opaque market that we don't have that transparency and that is where you can create wealth in today's zero interest rate environment. You know you need to find a place to put your money and all of these alternatives are really flourishing. You see Bitcoin at almost an all time high. You see gold very high. Uc sports trading cards selling at an all time high..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

06:01 min | 2 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"About choice is not him. Fans wake up every day is about the bank so you making the price with the only but you try to make. And that's that's the spot quinn little interested in the The podcast how much you going to explore really racial injustice issues. We talked about that with a lot of bar. Gasden are a lot of our guests have confident african american communities in and they they dealt with a lot of the same injustices and some of the racism is gone on so we definitely touched on that on some episodes and was guest. What what what what. What warning think the nba should play in. What we're seeing across the country. I love the road. Nba's plan just like everything else. They they're leaders of the pack are right out in front doing doing what they're supposed to do. I couldn't be more proud of being part of this time. And he's players and what they did in a stance they took and the courage they went out and display go out there play that bubbling under all that pressure today rondo but also be able to go out there and use their platforms and use their voices to shed light on something that they felt passionate about. And i'm no know basically most of the guys that we had on we all come from the same type of situations regardless of the color or ethnicity background. We're all here so we all as basketball brothers and sisters. We all have feelings for our peers in our in our brothers and sisters do the impacted by these things so everybody could understand relate and same emotions that most of the world fell when these things were going on your thoughts on that to. I forgot he's clinton really drop the mic. There right yes you told it all. Do you think the nba has really stepped up. You think they've done enough garris manages. I'm proud to be a part of the furniture. Like is a blessing to be with with over paternity jae-in what they do pay off whatever it is but it comes to anything so i'm happy to be a part of the and brought to keep on rip in that you know. I'm sure you watch the playoffs. Three months in a bubble. What were thinking. What are you watching. This play out. Lebron has been very vocal out. There saying this tough. You're locked in a bubble. You don't really have interaction with other human beings. What did you think of it. I thought it was. I thought it was one. It was amazed by every single person had anything to do. You know putting that thing off for them to go down there and we'll have zero negative means zero positive test results. I mean that was. That was unbelievable. I think everybody involved from the players staff the coaches everybody down here Basically you know saluted immensely. But i thought it was great man. I thought it was like for me. A lot of my peers players and friends of mine said it's the it's the world's greatest. Utah is the world's greatest china is like. That's what we went through. Run up plan basketball. He's dan hotels you get the cities you walk past teams you seeing teams and vans and everything and everybody got a gears up for me. It was it was great to see them to be able to give you know lead the lead the way of getting back but also doing it safely and then those guys going out there and they they they competed. I mean that was the biggest thing. They went out there and play hard incomplete for a championship. Everybody was out. There wasn't like a lackluster product. We saw i wasn't ucla guys not going hard. You saw guys plan as hard as they could and putting it online. I think i appreciate it as a foreign play. Love to get both of your thoughts. On this darren. Let me start with you here. The nba talking about coming back in december What type of toll would that take on a player's body coming back that quick. Think they do it so you know you pay months. The most really bagging. Jim so i think is too much big making a phone like the nba. Is this when any york and and they put it professionals and they all put it on in a bubble so you know any any legal Quite how about you two quick. I don't think so. I kinda would agree with dairy sandy guys. Got the turnaround is quicker than we would assume. Anyway people in the summer start working out a lot sooner. And i think actually obviously plan gang of things going to be a little bit more but i think when you look at the guys concerned about miami. La because they went the distance and they played the longest. I we look at a guy like brian. I think he's the type of deal keeps his body so physically conditioned all year round. This is probably a better thing to get right back to take some time off when he's getting a little longer too but i mean for him. I don't see him missing that many gangs people saying you might sit out. I think he'll play eighty two because he's jason greatness. He's in history. Every game means something. And i think you'll see lebron go out there and play i'll ever diet. Lebron is on clearly. I need to be taken in our believe it there equipment richardson jerry. Miles good to see you both. Good luck on the podcast. And we'll talk to you soon. This episode of yahoo finance presents is brought to you by merrill edge self directed star trading. And get more to help you. Make the right moves..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

02:22 min | 2 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"About how the pandemic emergency unemployment compensation which is the extended benefits long term unemployment in addition to pandemic unemployment assistance for gay contractors are normally eligible for. Ui those benefits. That are part of the cares. Act going to expire december twenty six. We know this is going to be longer than that People be at work. What would that clip do bay software. Just saying how dire is people to get help. And you think that was an onus on ozzy makers for will those benefits do expire and certainly for a number of those individuals affected. I think the question of whether they can get access to additional benefits to bridge them is an important issue I don't know how big a cliff that'll be for the economy on any given day and the reason for that is there's been a lot of stimulus already put into the economy and I've been intrigued with numbers that have shown excess savings if you will in the us population somewhere in the range of about a trillion two since april and naturally to unlike most savings rates is actually pretty evenly distributed across the population. So if you wanna think about it this way the bottom cortel has about three hundred billion and excess savings now. Not everyone has that and so some people who are really close to the edge are gonna be in trouble. I was talking to tilde today about some of the issues in terms of people paying their electricity bill. Those are people close to the edge and they will need a bridge of some sort but in total for the economy. I think that money will continue to bleed in to the economy. At least you know in the bottom core top half for some time and that will bridge the total numbers somewhat And so. I do think we've got to think about the folks at the bottom andrew. Do you have to think about them individually and how they're going to bridge to what comes next. That's different from the impact on the economy into right will a very thorough conversation as the economy continues to face free. Important point. cova cases rise began tom. Mark president of the richmond bed. Joining us here on yahoo finance. Thanks great to be with you. This episode of yahoo finance presents is brought to you by merrill edge self directed star trading. And get more to help you. Make the right moves..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

03:14 min | 3 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"You're going to be able to attend to gate a who you are validated. And then just submitted. And i think that will make it a fraud. Prove that will make it faster and hopefully I think do your core question. It'll probably more and more people to vote because at the end of the day that is our biggest civic responsibility right now. There's also a lot of focus on truth and social media and news weather. it's just information or deepfakes. Are you worried at all about manipulation of images and content w speaking a really critical role at looking at all the content As you know our software is used to create the world's content and A year ago we actually talked about what we're calling the content automaticity initiative which is really say. How do we take everybody in the content chain and work as a combined organization and leadership to make sure that people can Very that the content that they're consuming is authentic. It is a really critical part. We are doing a. We've partnered as you may realize with companies like twitter and the new york times. I think you'll see more announcements with platform providers and chip manufacturers. But we cannot do this alone. I think in our software when eugen create a piece of video. We want you to be able to sign that and said this was created by john rajas and then the distributors so in this particular case of yahoo finance is distributing that piece of content You know it would be great if the distribution does say you know this is how you can verify the authenticity of somebody who is standing by as much. Mike happen with you. Know paper based publications when people started to create the by line and then we will use artificial intelligence and machine. Learning to really understand wants that content has been posted. Has anybody changed it. And so i think this take a few years but it would require tremendous cooperation. It's an area where we have significant resources and would really pleased with how people have taken it but at the end of the day it will also depend on the consumer because when the consumer is a consuming content on yahoo finance if the mindset is that we have to make sure that this was actually a piece of content that was signed by who it claims to be. I think that would be the last step in everybody's saying okay. The dia content chain all the way from offering where they'll be a role to distribution where you play a role to the consumer. The expectation is that they're going to check on it so there's a lot of parties that are responsible along the way. Do you think the government will also be involved in coming up with a solution here. Well i think in a lot of these cases what is happening is that the technology is moving so fast that you know trust. I'm sure you think about it from your perspective off. The trust of your brand with your consumers is more important than anything else you can do. Because that's why people tune in and so we view that very much the same..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

05:05 min | 3 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"That pretty much sums up my next guest. Who really needs no introduction. But i just gave him one anyway. Ll cool j. Welcome to the yahoo finance all market summit. Thanks for having me brian. How you doing good good good good to speak with the again and you know. The theme event is road to recovery. But for you it's roach creating business during the pandemic telstar rock the bells. Why'd you launch it. And what is it. I just felt like rock. The bills was something that a journey that up again. About seven years ago I felt like a siriusxm channel callback. Spin and i felt that although was it was classic hip hop it. Didn't really it didn't go deep enough into the coaching. Didn't really dig into the nuances of what it means to be. You know a fan of classic hip hop so you got what scott greenstein over. The course of five years convinced him to a you know. Let me take over the channel. Let me do something with it. Let me work with it I finally got channel Fast forward to now and we've kind of taken it from where it was to around seven million listeners. Daily and people are really enjoying it. What i discovered in what i learned is that there are a lot of classic hip hop fans out. The generation expands out there who will be totally ignored. No one's really speaking to them. No one's talking to him generation x. Has twenty eight point. What four point six trillion dollars on a lot of those. Those that generation are hip hop fans. They've been completely ignored. So it's like Why not start a platform and systematically start speaking to these people through content through commerce and through experiences. I'm not trying to boiler at once. But you know incrementally just systematically rolling it out so now when you know really focusing content and getting heavy into that and You know it's a was speaking to the people in a way that is kinda awakened this kind of sleeping fan base. That was out there with no one speaking to him for for many years. You there's too much. Focus on leno's everywhere. I go consumer big. Business focused on millennials. But you just said. I'm focused on genetics. Well i think generation x has been completely ignored in written off. I mean they were there a group that built you know hip hop. They're a generation. Net is rooted in a culture there a generation that really Lives in speaks it. You know they'll pay for elevated experiences. I think that they're you know they're just a group that really loves and enjoys classic hip hop and no one has really saw the value in that and they're just been sleep so it's not you know in any way you know trying to light you know say anything. Negative about the millennial generation which is a cool generation as well. But i just feel..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

05:43 min | 4 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"You know the reality that that it shows right now that that you know that for people we we know that for a lack person for white person with a criminal record has a higher probability of gaining entry level employment in a black person without any criminal involvement. You see how it's. It's both about the impact in the in the end Racial Lens in the criminal justice system. But it's also about the fact that in all of these conversations, we just know that race matters and race is still the most reliable predictor of of life outcomes that we have in this country. I want to unpack that issue to thank for cannabis year at Yahoo Finance, and that's something that we've seen. The inequality there for Hispanic male who applies for job who has an arrest of marijuana criminal pass to awake guy applying it could be a nice resume boost because we've seen this play out in the data, you look at the arrest rate for blacks in this country versus wife's one three times high likely than than white people to get arrested on that front and on the on the focus of cannabis I, know your board member read them industries the Chicago based Marijuana Company year milk at board members across the ten largest cannabis companies. At last year, you were to only sixty five or members at those companies to sixty five where people of color you're one of them. When you look at the issue itself in Illinois, their life's the latest state to legalize marijuana. They set up a system where millions of that revenue goes back to communities of color communities impacted by the war on drugs. How do you look at that as maybe a a system or an example that other states or perhaps the nation can learn from in maybe trying to solve some of these issues I think it's a good first step. and I think it's a good first step. And I'm very clear on being a first step for for a few reasons. The first reason is because we cannot talk about the benefits of no the benefits of legalization. Without also at the same time, talking about the consequences of criminals which. We have seen how cannabis and the war on cannabis have had this not just disproportionate disastrous impacts on communities. Disastrous impact. Where we are now even a display watching states and corporations that are gaining massive revenue billions of dollars or revenue while we still have people for sitting in prison because of it. And this is that's very personal to me my family. And so there was this hyper hyper personalization of this issue that was using any very much targeted on communities of color that we have to be able to have a conversation about everything from expunge mint, and the way we're thinking about that too. Also the way we're thinking about pipeline and job opportunities because you're outside right of a no right now as it stands up person. Has. Has. A felony record They can come back come back home in jobs in the cannabis industry versus a person who has a as a as a misdemeanor only record in cannabis industry they cannot. A fiber job because their record is because of cannabis which makes no sense. The second piece that becomes equally important is on this issue of the wealth of..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"Gary Vander Chuck is a serial entrepreneur, CEO bestselling author tech investor, and marketer. Among his many endeavors vein chuck is the CEO of Vader. Media Digital Advertising agencies servicing. Fortune one hundred clients. He's also a much sought after public speaker and influence her. I am melody hung from Yahoo Finance and I'm so excited to be speaking with Gary Banner. Truck today thanks for joining scary. Thank you melody. The theme of this year's Am SS road to recovery. Tell us what you're seeing at banner media. Your focus has always been on innovative experiential marketing of course that has sort of been thrown out the window to a certain extent. Tell us what how you've been able to give it. During this time, it's really funny. The way you've been structured that and I totally get the positioning of us being innovative or disruptive things that nature. But in actual business meetings with big and small brands, I've always clarified kind of my persona or like the vibe around us but we look people think that we're innovating I. Think we're practical I. think that most people talk about today in a very confused way most companies really put yesterday on a pedestal what used to work and they think of today is the future, but it's actually today. So ironically, I've always thought we were practical versus disruptive or innovative. So to your point in the way you set that up. We were never doing vr a are like the things I talk about her what consumers are actually doing now like I think we can all agree that consumers give their attention to this device like and so when we're doing media and creative in these channels and Ott facebook instagram Youtube Tiktok, whatever they may be linked in. Companies. We think it's practical. We think it's underpriced not different than that to Yahoo and early days yahoo that AD product Yahoo Google ads like who adds that was driver for my family's business in ninety, nine, two, thousand, two, thousand, one, two, thousand people thought Yahoo ads was so futuristic. But if you were doing them, you knew they were practical you were doing business. So what's actually happened for us is people have thrown out yesterday. And have opened their eyes to today Aka the.

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

05:16 min | 4 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"Pods Fest. Berg has been verizon CEO since August of two thousand eighteen. He's currently leading the quantum leap in ultra high-speed communications five jeep, the Financial Times referred to him as the five G. Evangelist. Vesper is currently preaching the Gospel of new digital world and the promise it brings. That promise is even more critical in a post, Kovic? Era. He's also a leading voice on climate change digital health and a passionate proponent for equality and social justice. I'm Alexis Christopher's with Yahoo Finance joining me now is Hans Thus Berg Chairman and CEO over in which we should mention is the parent company of Yahoo, Finance Hans always good to see you. Thanks so much for being with us right to be here. Thank you for having me. So this has been a milestone month for. You shared the stage with Apple's Tim Cook earlier in the month at the launch of the iphone twelve event, and there you talked about the expansion of Verizon's. Ultra wideband to fifty five cities. What does that mean for the company? How is that a game changer for? Verizon? We're worked with our distracted for several years right now deploying five. Yes. Well, I think that what's happening last week when I took the stage together with team cook was of course that we have the network will have the also try five that you talked about web what's returned on the nationwide and five, and then of course, given the importance. So the iphone in the US consumers than we have the phone that majority do as consumers have. So that was sort of the reason why we felt. This is now fog is getting real because all the components are coming together. So and as as you might know where we get our strategy is very clear when it comes network versus where we have the best for network Dan, we have the ultimate wide than wealth out in sixty five safeties in most dense part of this or the country where we can do enormous new things with high speed capacity low latency. At the same time, we turned on the nationwide five on the lower band of the spectrum. That is covering more than two hundred, million subscribers in one, thousand, eight, hundred, sixty. So all that came together and live at the same time I said the launch of the iphone twelve, which all of them can enjoy all the technologies we have deployed in the network..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

02:46 min | 5 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

03:49 min | 7 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"Turn of the century straight into the nineteen sixties and did it very effectively during World War One and World War Two and during the Great Depression. So it's a solution that works and for banks to pose it just shows how foolish out of touch they are because these are customers they are not interested in you've mentioned Mitch McConnell couple of times blocking legislation would like to see come to the floor and. So. It's looking pretty good for Joe Biden and there's a reasonable chance. Democrats could win the White House ANTIBAC- a Senate next year if that were to happen, what would what do you think the first order of business would be for? Democrats. What is the most important thing to deal with first Democrats took the house in two thousand, eighteen they passed hr wine, which had a lot of. Cleanup Clean Government procedures, anti corruption, a provision, and things like that. What would the Senate be interested in a Democratic Senate? Well, certainly, I support every provision in hr one. So getting money out of politics having ethics reform good government reforms that's hundred percent necessary but I think going to be still in the middle of Kobe. So I think we need to pass whatever Mitch. McConnell is not willing to let us do. We can pass a hopeless one of the first bills would ever not passed in this code for package. We could then move along with whatever's needed at that moment in time but sitting state money getting rid of the salt changes for state and local deductions in Newark has been crippling for middle class families making sure we fund. The local governments and states that desperately need our resources That's going to be a priority. No matter what they don't see McConnell allowing those provisions are always all of them to go through. Joe Biden is willing to raise taxes. Our audience finance cares a lot about this because he one of his policies is to raise the business tax from twenty one percent up to twenty eight percent. Let's still lower than it was a few years ago could Congress conceivably do that in twenty twenty one in the middle or immediate aftermath of this recession wherein? Will absolutely Congress would certainly debate issues taxes to see what makes sense but I think where we really want to focus our attention is on access to healthcare improving education system a job training that's where the common ground lies in this country healthcare education jobs, and so I think the agenda will be focused more is that as well as getting my etta politics because we've seen the corruption in corrosion of democracy because special interests and so one of my priorities will be getting money out of politics is there shingle provision you would champion right now? For the future yet gnashing money our politics Oh yes. My provision which I wrote during the presidential campaign It's called democracy dollars in it basically says, if you're willing to be a publicly funded candidate than you agree, you won't accept contributions over two hundred dollars and then you you accept contributions in the form of a democracy dollar from the voters that. Would vote for you and then that can be reimbursed for resources for your campaign on that alone would change everything because they did that in Seattle and it changed to ran it change to one and participation amongst women lower income individuals, minorities increased exponentially, and so it made a difference it creates good government and then the things that seems so impossible like. gun reform or immigration reform. Or election reform all those things stop having massive impediments in their way because that's what's funded by the special interests. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Democrat of New York. Thank you for spending a few minutes with us. You're welcome. Thank you again I..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

06:00 min | 7 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"All right. Welcome to Yahoo Finance presents I'm Brian Sasi and we have we're GonNa have a quite the interesting chat today to tech heavyweights to say the very least joining me right now is J. C. Two ventures founder Mr John Chambers, and we have HP CEO Mr Antonio Neri good to speak with you. Both definitely ought to tech titans here. John let me start with you. We talked about good to see you by the way they just young. We've talked you want one of my last interviews inside of our big beautiful studios in new. York City. And that was march and you said we would be in the current Kovic situation for twelve to eighteen months in and I was surprised because I've always known you as a sunny upbeat guy. So that really took me by surprise where we at right now in dealing with covid nineteen and how long do you think this will ultimately extend We all I've been through six economic downturns now, they always last longer thank in or deeper than you. Thank. You hope for the optimistic but you prepare for the challenges When we said it would last well into two thousand, twenty, one you and I both hoped it was wrong but unfortunately, it it turned out to be very accurate and I think the businesses who position that companies that way and the startups who position their companies with APP ZERO ABC planning came through it will I think that's pretty much where we are I. Think we're optimistic that you'll see I turn up in terms of the virus. Capability Therapeutical drugs. Hope we back by the end of the year, but we survey the CIO's not seen the surveys most of them. Now believe it will be twelve to twenty four months impact, which means that's what they're spending patterns will be as well. So unfortunately, I, think it's play not to be a little bit longer the business if you have opportunities that can really change the economic business call savings. Now, rather than focused on growth for customers then those startups in those large companies are doing well. I Antonio's John doesn't have that statement anymore on those earnings calls, but you but you beautiful. What are you seeing your business right now has the. We have we did see a little bit of a recovery in May and June what are you seeing? Your Business. Well first of all, obviously we're going through this pandemic, which is is creating an enormous amount of uncertainty in the marketplace and obviously a huge impact of the site as a hall. our approach was the first to protect employees giving them the tools to work from home and make sure they are safe You know the first half of two thousand twenty was all about the disruptions supply chain and now obviously is going to be all about what we see in the demand in the marketplace. But I will say so far that my husband's steady with ups and downs where we see a significant pockets of strength in eighty S, we of the customers understand that need to invest this by the pandemic thinks like the cloud expedience deployed everywhere we're GonNa live in much more distributed enterprise than ever before the the workforce of the future will change dramatically. and. So distributed model needs to be supported by technologies that accelerate the digital transformation. So anything associated with virtual desktop. Connectivity of security, we? See. Significant strength in the air was significant. Strength is also data. Data analytics because obviously when you go through the pandemic and I refer this in my blog in the world economic forum it was crazy that people were just shitting data through spreadsheets and we have an enormous amount of data and we need to extract. Value from that data and so anything's where they I must learned with. Can Strings..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

05:30 min | 7 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"Of Yahoo. Finance presents I'm Julia Laroche and I'm so pleased to bring in our guest today, Tema polly hop. He's the CEO of social capital of part owner in the Golden. State Warriors and the Chairman of Virgin Galactic and he's also on a mission to build this generation's berkshire-hathaway in some even say he's the next Warren Buffett Kamath. I'm so happy to bring N. Nice to see. All. Right. Well first of all I think it'd be really helpful for our viewers to get to know you a bit. You have this really incredible life story if we could just get a bit more context. Your family was an immigrant family you grew up in Canada on. You have made it to the top. You're an executive at AOL facebook you started social capital with this mission to solve really hard problems as it relates to society. I was hoping you could share your world view how your life experiences even the life experiences in the last three months maybe have changed or shifted what is that? There is a the best way to describe this if you want to think about it visually as. There's a game show called. The price is right and One of the Games is called Plato and what happens is a person climbs up to the top of this sort of stadium and drops a plink chip, and it goes through all these different tags and sometimes it lands on zero and sometimes it lands on one hundred and Sometimes, it can land on ten thousand. Or you know the equivalent is the wheel of fortune example where you spin the wheel. I think that a lot of people start with basically you know not much to lose and everything to gain I was one of those people and I was one of the lucky ones where the PLINK plink go chip landed in the right place and through a combination of. Honesty some of my own hard work, but a lot of societal help social programs that were there for me and my family whether rose you know financial assistance through welfare or the ability to pay for university..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

05:11 min | 7 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"Welcome to Yahoo Finance percents I'm Rick Newman join us today Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York senator. Gillibrand. Good to see you again. Thank you. We're GONNA talk about the stimulus bill. A lot of people are very eager to know where this is likely to end up. So the Democrats have already passed a bill of House Democrats. I should say, that's about three trillion dollars in stimulus the Republicans in the Senate bill for one trillion. So is it fair to say that this is likely to come out somewhere in the range of, let's say one and a half one, point seven trillion or so at the end of the process. We. Don't really know There's not a lot of meeting of the minds I'm most aspects of this legislation yet. Democrats are desperate to fund our cities, our states, and our local governments I just talked to to the county executives from Ireland, and they're facing budget shortfalls. The next eighteen months of about a billion dollars each. So it's hugely important that we fund our local state governments in fact, local and state governments and budgets are a third of our. GDP. So we really do need to care about how our local governments are working. So, there's no agreement there and there's no agreement on some of the overarching themes of what we want to support. This is still a triage. Ville we want money for food stamps. We want money for sick days money for paid leave money for first responders and healthcare professionals more P p. e.. And that doesn't seem to be part of the Republicans. worldview. So we've long way to go but. The negotiations can begin in earnest now that Senator McConnell has released his version of what he liked to see, and hopefully we can get to a robust bill that actually funds things that needs to be funded like our first responders. So for those of US looking in from the outside. I mean, if one trillion dollars is the key, if you call that the Republicans opening bid I mean, isn't it? Likely you'RE GONNA get some of those things you're asking for perhaps even a lot of weight or asking for well Mitch, McConnell's bid the things he's prioritized or not things Democrats are prioritizing. For example, he said no uncertain terms. It.

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"Joining us on this episode of Yahoo Finance presents is Mark Benny off the CEO of salesforce, the leading customer relationship management software provider. Also, he's a member of the world, Economic, Forum Board of Trustees, and an author of multiple books most recently trailblazer mark. Thank you so much for joining us. Oh, it's always great to be with you Julia Yeah I have to imagine because if you go back twenty one years ago, you were the disruptor you saw software as a service cloud. So I imagine a lot of folks are probably asking you. Now what the future of work looks like and you just finished your trail head Dax developer's conference, and one of my takeaways is that that future is here and now it's an all digital work from anywhere world that is becoming the new normal. I would love for you to unpack the implications of that for companies on how we interact at work and Prox-. I really appreciate that question I, mean, these have been so challenging times in the last time that we spoke we talked about the pandemic that we were in and the emergence of economic crisis. Now, we're in a social and racial injustice crisis were we're in a global leadership crisis and you're right there's a lot of questions right now about what the future looks like and even with the future of work looks like and You know when I get that question I of say to everyone well, I just WanNa. Remind you. I am in my home. You're in your home. And we're in this all digital environment here we are using this technology to communicate and did to do this interview. And that looks a lot like what the future work is A..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

03:24 min | 8 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"COMES, back for everybody, not just a few and I would mention I was just looking back over a statement that the Business Roundtable Organization of nearly two hundred largest companies in our country. Put out last. August, where they really. Fundamentally looked at their corporate purposes than it used to be Shero return. That was the primary purpose, and they've broadened it to say that stakeholders should be part of that announced for corporations as well. The employer employees the suppliers the The science, and so I think we have an opportunity here with the corporate community to say, what are we doing? To be part of the solution to end racism and discriminatory practices. What are we doing? We build our economy to make sure it is revealed for everybody, and then disparities have been laid bare we try to. Have One last question with Valerie and I want to chat with you about your book. Essentially, ask you what readers can expect from you with these new editions about trump era politics. Well I did add two new chapters to the end of because I might be back with finished a year later in a gave me a chance to look at our climate with a little more context and I tried to take a step back and look at it. context of lessons I learned so for example I joined local government because mayor Harold Washington than the elected mayor of Chicago, Progressive Racial Leader and he died just three months after I arrived and the lesson I learned. There is when you have the baton. You have to bake every single day. Count. It's all precious and he you because you never know when something sudden would happen in a sense. heartbreak that that caused in Chicago was still current, and it isn't that we haven't had Progressive Mayor Simpson, but we put all of our eggs in the leadership basket, and I think we need to make sure that we are getting engaging citizens so that when we do have changes. There is enough pressure to keep that momentum. Go and and I. Don't think that happened. When president trump was elected, we're seeing we're seeing enormous amount of activism, and that pressure needs to keep up in a sense. The midterm elections were good example. I mentioned this. Of where? He will have a wake up. Call that elections do have consequences, and and they got out and vote voted and then. The. Last part of my book is really about becoming a grand mom, a grandma to an African American black and Brown grandson and the challenges. He's pointy face. Growing up in this toxic climate isn't a heavy hard, and so it was really what I wish for him and what I wished for his generation. In terms of positive change and I finished it or Would nineteen eighty-four. What we're seeing in terms of the focus on a police misconduct. and. I'm hoping that. He will grow up in a time where we appealed considerably calmer. We are now glad he's just a baby I. Hope this this era of of. Of The historical discrimination racism that we've seen in our country makes a lot of progress. By the time he comes of age I don't look forward to. His parents had to give him the talk that every ever African. Family currently has to give their sons and. Their daughters. Valerie Jarrett. Joining us today, you're welcome. Thanks a lot..

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"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

03:34 min | 9 months ago

"yahoo" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"I'm still marcellus welcome to Yahoo Finance presents in this episode I sit down with Kareem Abdul Jabbar the recipient of the Presidential Medal of freedom. Kareem is the NBA's all time leading scorer six time. NBA, champion the league's only six time MVP end the author of Sixteen Books Kareem. It's great to have you on. This we were. Cream, you've pointed out that the corona virus has exposed the slimy underbelly of institutional racism. Let's first talk about jobs and black workers. The unemployment rate for black workers is consistently higher, and some economists have pointed out that many black workers suffer from a first fired last hired phenomenon. How much of that is a factor in fueling protests? I think good. The nature of the jobs that most black Americans have are. Borderline Steady jobs? A lot of them are subject to the whims of the economy and. It's not steady employment and You find people that go on and off of unemployment. From totally different landscapes to the black movable. Bennett is rest of the country. HOW PREVALENT IS RACISM IN AMERICA'S WORKPLACES? And how much does that impact income inequality? Will I think? It starts with the education system. Good does not work in the black community for a number of reasons, and then you have undereducated of black Americans trying to get jobs in an economy that is increasingly high tech, so the jobs that the. Black records tend to get getting tend to be a less. Glamorous pay lasts not much teacher and. That is consistent tractor in you know. The Scottish the blacks economically in our country. All fix, the bottom line and Arado. Mine is a lot worse than her white Americans. Will you recently had a very powerful bed in the La Times? Can you tell me about that? Well let's just A. To out to Americans what they were watching when they saw be addressed. People push to the people who have no voice or no power under no economic power. They just. Art. Tired of dealing with the system that. oftentimes ends up killing them to the police. Forces Kill Lack Americans at an inordinate rate. And it has to do with racism. So you know we we have. We got a long way to go to get it to the point where American lives up to its promise that all people are treated equally under the law that that isn't happening and. That's what we have to work toward. Well speaking of that corporate America companies like facebook and Walmart have made headlines for donating millions to social justice organizations fighting racial injustice. Is that gesture enough? To Start!.

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