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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On Patrick Osborne joined by mark of sweet a we're in for turned on they will be back on Thursday us very interesting piece of business news out there in the during during the break but to my attention by John Cooley out there in the newsroom when you think of my little pony Mister potato head and Tupac Shakur well they all have in common it is it sounds like nothing right until I would tell you that they all it is death row records which was a a two part was on is now owned by toy company Hasbro as of today as of today as of yesterday actually death row records my little pony Mister potato head all under the same umbrella Hasbro chairman chief executive officer announced the acquisition of entertainment one which owns death row records in an all cash transaction valued at approximately three point eight billion dollars we're talking about the most prolific gangster rap label of the nineteen nineties now owned by Hasbro so that's bizarre you know you wonder why companies by other companies usually there's some kind of synergy between the companies you know but in that case why is a toy company bind up or a rapper it right with the background that your your talent you know you don't get it should night who was I got the head of death row records sits in a prison cell the Tupac Shakur is no longer with us I I mean these were these words you know like I said the most prolific gangsta rappers my nineteen are you looking for some new gangster toys perhaps a refining our I don't know how to figure out what the ties between the two to I think the transformers two so if it's if any games there is something wrong it's awesome all Asian animal of what what it says here in this article is that it's it's very unclear how Hasbro's ownership of death row's catalog of gangsta rap will now impacted moving forward so I guess we'll have to see we will have to see where before the break we were talking a little bit about civil discourse moving moving into twenty twenty how do we approach the issues that we differ on in a civil manner without devolving into petty arguments Gretchen is in central Austin wants to chat a little bit about this good morning to you Gretchen how are you the morning high Gretchen the one way and one way and on the civil discourse topic well I'm enjoying your show so much I have to say that I listen to Cape tale the day sometimes because I want to understand that perspective I feel like it leans a little conservatively sometime and while members of my family would call me more liberal I am in truth much more independent and so I think what the other thing in the morning need to be talked about people need to hear this conversation more often and I wish you guys would come back in the people on their drive to work and not on the thirty first of December here that will make sure you write the appropriate parties mark Caesar type Jeffries there let them know that you want more Patrick Osborne and mark the screen I DO I think it's great but but I think I think people I think a lot of people are are in total agreement with a green and with what you're saying that that yeah we do need more of this discussion we do need more people hearing that we can find common ground we just need a little more I I my personal opinion is the interpersonal communication could go a long way in that well it's not us against them it's we exactly and you know it does this conversation made me think of Daryl Davis are you all familiar with him I am not hello so cute so they'll Davis is that and our Indian blues musician and activist the African American he learned with the date with that members of the KKK and Maryland including that grand dragon fella there my understanding that members of the KKK and listens to them and the KKK in Maryland was disbanded because he doesn't listen to them he has advice is to establish dialogue when she enemies are talking they are not fighting and I think that's the problem we haven't learned how to how hard conversations and to really let stand for we forgotten listening is listening is a skill were also quick to want to talk but really listening to somebody in fact if you think about it I mean the two things in in in living as a human being one is if you say somebody's name it's just psychologically people like to hear their name because you're in tune with them into if people actually feel like you're really listening so when you're talking to me actually looking at them you're not doing something else you're not distracted those those bad nonverbal cues go a long way that they do right at the right the thing is I to me that all of this is it's insanity we're never gonna quit what we have America's got a lot of problems to solve and we're not going to get him solve wasting time arguing we've got to come together and work together because otherwise we're going to continue with the same very is a problem that we have been wasting time wasting money I mean that's exactly right so what does the fact what do you think Gretchen moving into twenty twenty do you think this is going to be the decade in which we as Americans finally learned how to reignite that that that spark that that allows us to discuss talk out our differences without animosity or or are you are you expecting more the same I think that folks are are really tired of all of this it doesn't matter what their political orientation I think folks are looking for additionally each a different way to relate to one another and I'm hopeful and I think it starts with the individual I thank you very much thank you and have a happy new year be safe thank you very much that I I think that a lot of people really are are in line with what Gretchen saying and feeling we are tired of it we are tired of the division we collectively as Americans are tired of it because we're not enemies just because one guy is on the right side of the political I want guys in the left another guys trying to walk up the center of the aisle they're not enemies it they're still standing on the same slopes right speak of social media I think that's why a lot of people I speak for experience because I have a lot of friends of less left Facebook for for Instagram for various reasons and said look I'm tired of all the in fighting I'm tired of group of middle aged people getting on there in the first thing they post is a whatever side they're on is something some jab at somebody they wake up in the morning have their coffee the first thing I do is this post something it's a jab at somebody instead of waking up and and looking for some something productive to do starting off the negative now I don't mean to turn to the Congress on this big but you know let's face it we we were about to see much of stuff happening Congress there'd been another two days it's all gonna start the first thing I'd like to see out of the box is Mitch McConnell Nancy Pelosi and all the rest of them that continue to polarizes make some kind of a public display of of Amick ability or some public display of we're going to work to try to do the right thing we may have our disagreements were still gonna respect each other's people as Americans and regardless of where all these things go we're not gonna have personal tax in one another and we're not going to you know we're not going to step over the line and just respect each other a lot of that I think is is reeling in the rhetoric to in in and the arguments that we make the words that we use there's a lot of rhetoric just as an example when someone who may disagree with the Republican Party those out a word like **** well not the party responsible for the death of six million human beings so I I feel like that's that's a terrible rhetoric ditch during out there because there's nothing comparable in the United States of America never will be then if should be also things like that I think we need to definitely scale back and and and find it much more constructive ways discussing thing so I I and and not that I believe is is a very good resolution heading into twenty only to say and I got a break you can be strong and you could be powerful and you can be truthful you can still speak your mind without being you know and.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We are seeing the hours because it left and right and left and right that's what we're saying these hours are being cut we all saw it coming and now people are losing their benefits and everything else associated with it because yes technically they're paying fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage technically they are he word technically technically they are but we're seeing the reality of what's actually happening can't afford him five three five nine seven three two let me go to my credit you're on the fence targets and sure nice to have you with us my chi hi Dan how are you doing well Sir how are you I'm fine thank you just kind of wrapping up my work day I wanted give you a little bit information that maybe you haven't already regarding target in compensation I don't personally worked for target but I did a quick Google because I was listening to you talk about how people are getting there alors but as a result of denouncement of wage hikes there and were you aware that the CEO target makes in fiscal year twenty eighteen seventeen I believe the seventeen point four million dollars good okay the what I was just double almost from the previous year that's because they're cute as a brand they're killing it good for him I have no problem with that okay well I'm not saying I have a problem with the CEO well but it but it but it does seem like you're saying you have a problem with it well what years of my problem with it Lucy can have his compensation double but his employees can't so where's the sense in that well all right John of mall again who's the executive vice president and C. O. O. his total compensation for two thousand nineteen is about eight point five million Brian court now is the chairman chief executive officer seventeen point two million executive vice president chief information officer Michael make man man around he is at five point three million the executive vice president chief legal risk officer four point three million and Kathy Smith is it five point five million she's the chief financial officer I don't have any problem with it if their salaries because they are a company that is making a bunch of money for their investors and they're paid appropriately and you have to keep people it's a fair market system just because they see make some money bunch money does not mean that someone stocking the shelves is owed a six figure salary which is what you're basically implying no seventeen fifteen dollars an hour does not get you a six figure salary well but what you're saying is your saying that a person's compensation should be based on the amount of money that is CEOs making Servicios making millions that based on your logic everybody should make six figures right because that guy's making millions I'm not making six figures and I'm making a living wage and and I'm in the services I I'm gonna lectures here in Memphis and I'm hang on I've got a family of four and but I'm doing it on forty thousand now what all right but here's my here's my question I have for you okay you've got about four hundred thousand employees at target okay if any one of these people doesn't like it they can leave if they don't like their salary they can leave if they feel like this CEO Brian Cornell is **** them they can lead okay so no one's forcing them to work in this this is the difference of and and mentality between your night I don't think anybody's owed anything I think that if you don't like how you're being treated you don't like the job that are how they're treating you in the job you don't like the way that they do things with you then by all means quit your job and Lee no one's forcing you to stay there if you think you're taking advantage of you then leave if its CEO you think is making too much money and you don't like it leave now investors say that you're wrong because investors are saying the target is a great stock a great company well let me offer you a counterpoint on the on any of the investors look at the investors right now Kay let let's look at what's like it seriously five years if you look at five years of the stock in two thousand seventeen in July the stock was at fifty one dollars a share today it closed at a hundred and thirteen nineteen primus stockholder I love this CEO right okay well let's let's think about the consumer per second okay now you said that the people are the all timers are getting their hours cut in half which is going to cause some people to you know either pick up a second job or change jobs which means turnover at target if people are unhappy working at target and that's going to end up affecting the customer and if they don't stop they don't staff their stores at the levels that they did before there is no indication that there's a hiring shorted you get your your your hypothetical is not based in reality right now there are more than enough people that are willing to work hard alright but what we were doing target here because that is a case study we're looking at there is no indication the target is under serving their customers based on their profits based on how successful their stores are based on the number of stores are opening where they're opening what you're implying is not reality the reality is the customer satisfaction is extremely high at target for people they've even weathered some storms with their with their you know their bathrooms gender neutral bathrooms are still thriving there over a hundred and thirteen dollars a share today and you're putting out a hypothetical it's based in nothing no no reality at all and I go back to my point if you work there are giving great sample right now where you work if you don't like your job you have the freedom to leave tomorrow sure okay so you're not a victim unless you want to be a little girl or a little boy about and claim your victim you're not really a victim if you for like about mistreating if if you're feeling like you're being mistreated you really ever got then you're being disingenuous I never talked about anybody being back but you're implying it by saying that the CEOs making all this money in these poor little workers are getting their fair share which I think if you don't like it then leave or not well I can just see you don't really Sime intellectually honest enough stock in the company the are the ones who are bringing up the stock in the company not and you just made the whole point that I've been making you have an entitlement mentality and said it would go out there when we finish let me finish my Mike Mike you I I don't care if you're forty or sixty Mike I don't care if you're AT you have an entitlement mentality so instead of going out there and and and building something of your own you work for someone else that's fine you chose to do that but know what you think someone owes you something you think that somebody owes you a big paycheck because someone else got a big paycheck that's not how it works and if you don't like what you're making or you don't like it target you think you're being take advantage of then you can quit might not you're bringing up something that I've never yeah and you're trying to give me some kind of malarkey it's again you're the one that says that do you believe these workers need to be paid more right and I'm saying that no one owes you anything as a worker okay you have an entitlement mentality it's entitled it's all entitlement if I am successful and I bust my tail when I become a CEO and then I hire you at a at a basic job to stock the shelves I don't owe you a certain amount of money because I'm rich and this is this is the reason why this generation your forty or whatever you said in under you guys you got actually like work hard and fight hard that's all I can say ed not quite your victim or other people are victims when they chose a career path they guess what if you stock shelves you're not going to make the money was CEO you wanna make the money to see that actually go to college go get a masters go to an Ivy League school study hard work card actually become a CEO of a company you wanna make millions and go do it otherwise don't complain when.

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The responses are due October fifteenth that's the Bloomberg small business report from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio this is Bloomberg best its forty seven minutes past the hour now it's time for Bloomberg opinion the following is an editorial from Bloomberg opinion Donald Trump hopes trade talks will lead to a big deal with China but at the moment even the smaller deal would do with the constables parties Mountie in everyone's top priority should be de escalating the trade war the dispute has already damage the US economy manufacturing demand a slump farmers are herding and business investment is down but China needs a trade deal as much as the U. S. and many of the concessions Washington wants actually dove tail with Beijing's own goals at a minimum transmission agree to uphold the commitments that the two sides made earlier this year but the US should ban two except in a small deal is better than none you can expect to overhaul China's basic economic model no deal can resolve every rift between the US and China but trade war is only making things worse de escalation isn't urgent economic necessity this editorial was written by the Bloomberg opinion editorial board I'm David Shipley for more Bloomberg opinion please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or OPI and go on the Bloomberg terminal thanks David now it's time for a Bloomberg arts and entertainment segment bloomers Paul Sweeny in Tom Kean spoke with Steven Schwartzman chairman CEO and co founder Blackstone to discuss his book what it takes lessons in the pursuit of excellence well what what what what triggered this was a meeting I had with the head of a sovereign wealth fund in the Middle East to is new in his job and I was supposed to have a five minute handshake and he started asking me questions about how how to how to how does he make his organization up more like cars and affect how to how does he make it better how does he increased the performance art how does he look at the type of people to be hiring what kind of incentive programs which would you need how how do you figure out where in the world you should be investing what type of investments within that should should you be doing how often should you re look at your assumptions of what's going on in the world and so was two and a half hours all I was trying to do is someone some Blackstone products he is in the middle of it he said look don't don't try and sell me anything we're we're going to buy them anyhow okay I I don't want my time wasted and and so that was a sort of interesting but it's the kind of thing I I know because I I I run a company so so I don't know those things anyhow over the next year most of my time instead of being able to sell products was taken up with this type of of advice that people wanted right right so I realized I was getting tired doing the same type of well of of the meeting and I said you know if we write a book I could just give him the book to learn it and then I could have either shorter meetings of or different office well it's a very very loose just joining us Stephen Schwartz where this was chairman chief executive officer and with Pete Peterson the co founders of Blackstone wanted takes lessons in the pursuit of excellence so it's interesting I just think of all the alumni coming out of the old Leeman brothers and it's just experience like I am a Solomon brothers along the same type of thing some of those names you and Pete Peterson when you when you left leaving to form Blackstone I can't imagine you thought it would be what it has become blacks and has become what was your initial goal and ambitions for blacks on my my initial goal of what was to have the same feeling as as I have it Leman which was being you know sort of intellectually stimulated all the time doing a variety of different types of of of projects and I just wanted to recreate that and in in in indeed we have but it is scale that was not not particularly contemplated exactly when you when you started how many employees do you have now well with with our companies it's around five hundred thousand you know which are of parent company is roughly twenty five hundred twenty what what on the private a quiz Paul mentions a transition from leaving which I mean it's just was a visible regulatory entity to private finance private equity maybe in the nineteenth century basis merchant banking right would you support more scrutiny of activities of someone the controls employment of five hundred thousand people well we are we are supervised we've we report to the to the SEC and it was fascinating Tom that during the financial crisis which was somewhat of a proof of concept you guys were the ones that caused it would be that it would not only did we not because it we basically had almost no problems that was Blackstone group co founder Steve Schwarzman now let's get back to our conversation between Carlyle group co founder David Rubenstein and U. S. Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg here she discusses equal rights and our greatest hope for the future tell the court meets from October to.

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"So a like I said, it's an okay report. I wouldn't be doing handstands about it. But this is it is what it is. I I'm I'm keeping an eye on the international scene. And we're waiting, of course, for the US and China to come to some kind of agreement and we'll see what that's all about. If it's any good. There was a. An annual letter that people follow in the financial markets. It's put out every year by Jamie diamond. He is the chairman chief executive officer of J P Morgan Chase. And he. Puts out this annual letter, and it was. People pay attention to it because he's he's he's a very smart guy. He's done very well at calling the shots. He's talking about the, you know, the Bank and what they're doing. And there were they're starting to get prepared for a slowdown in the economy. But he also went on to talk about people rather than his Bank. Then he said, no chasing. Remember chase. Is they got pretty good read on what people are doing with their money. And he said forty percent of American workers earn less than fifteen dollars an hour. Forty percent. About five percent. Of fulltime American workers earned the minimum wage or less. Well, ninety five percent earn more but five percent earned the minimum wage or less. I don't I'm not bothered by that. I a large number of that are teenagers. Diamond went on in his letter to say forty percent of Americans don't have four hundred dollars to deal with unexpected expenses medical bills car repairs at cetera that number keeps popping up over four hundred five hundred whatever it might be. I don't I take myself out of it. I don't relate to that. I don't understand it really forty percent of Americans don't have four hundred dollars. So Brendan Greeley with financial times alphaville. Says it seems like Jamie diamond was trying to rationalize everything in his letter pile. So think it's interesting that Jamie diamond expects that he needs to talk like a politician that letter felt defensive to.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"I tell you if I had ninety thousand bucks, it would be right up there on the top of my list, but says I'm just a journalist maybe I'll wait for one or go on sale now get a baseball about three years in and then I'll enjoy the the perils of of my life. So go check it out though, Cadillac CT six if you're waiting on a VA rumored that nineteen may have a v eight engine. So you might want to wait around for that. But if I tell you go see him and get their visa, you're not gonna miss anything that turbo was great. I will have this posted on Facebook this afternoon. So you guys makes you go and check it out. 'cause so you can see how this vehicle actually really does drive yourself now to go from a Cadillac. The only thing that we could follow it up. With would be a luxury auto show. Not like the auto show. You see it the world congress center now like this stuff you see in the parking lot. But people bring out there little cars. They fixed up. No, this is the cream of the crop. It is the Atlantic concours delegates. I'm sure I'm probably saying it wrong, but they're going to be bringing out everything from Porsches Mercedes. Packard's car that I didn't even know existed from nineteen hundred to nineteen sixty nine I think it is will be at this conchords going to be going on at Saito. Alon we come back from the break. We're going to have the co chairman chief executive officer and curator of the concord Bill while it's going to be in the studio with us talk to tell us all about this concord what you can expect and how to get your ticket. Maybe we can call in and have a little banter about some of these cars and how they compare to what we're building. Now. I don't know if there's any comparison that get ready and give out a phone call us if you have questions or comments for.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Congress how can american consumers trust folks like your company to be caretakers of their most personal and addenda file information and that's the question there bill nelson was ranking democrat on the commerce committee adjoined commerce and judiciary committee hearing live on capitol hill you my colleagues senator allison are witnessed today is mark zuckerberg founder chairman chief executive officer of facebook mr zuckerberg launched facebook february fourth two thousand four at the age of nineteen and at that time he was a student at harvard university as i mentioned previously has company now has over forty billion of annual revenue and over two billion monthly active users mr zuckerberg along with his wife also established the chan zuckerberg initiative to further philanthropy cough causes i now turn to you welcome to the committee and whatever your statement is orally if you have a longer one it'll be included in the record so proceeds are chairman grassley chairman thune ranking member feinstein and ranking member nelson members of the committee we face a number of important issues around privacy safety and democracy and you will rightfully have some hard questions for me to answer before i talk about the steps we're taking to address them i want to talk about how we got here facebook is an idealistic and optimistic company for most of our existence we focused on all the good that connecting people can do and it's facebook has grown people everywhere have gotten a powerful new tool for staying connected to the people they love for making their voices heard and for building communities and businesses just recently we've seen the metoo movement and the march for our lives organized at least in part on facebook after hurricane harvey people came together to raise more than twenty million dollars for relief and more than seventy million small businesses use facebook to create jobs and grow but it's clear now that we didn't do enough to prevent these tools from being used for harm as well and that goes for fake news for foreign interference in elections and hate speech as well as developers and data privacy we didn't take a broad enough view of our responsibility and.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on KOMO

"Be caretakers of their most personal identifiable information and that's the question thank you are witnessed today is mark zuckerberg founder chairman chief executive officer of facebook mr sucker birds launch facebook february fourth two thousand four at the age of nineteen and at that time he was a student at harvard university as i mentioned previously has company now has over forty billion of annual revenue and over two billion monthly active users mr zuckerberg along with his wife also established the chan zuckerberg initiative to further fill emptor cough causes i now turn to you welcome to the committee and whatever your statement is orally if you have a longer one it'll be included in the record so proceed sir chairman grassley chairman thune ranking member feinstein and ranking member nelson members of the committee we face a number of important issues around privacy safety and democracy and you will rightfully have some hard questions for me to answer before talk about the steps we're taking to address them i wanna talk about how we got here facebook is an idealistic optimistic company for most of our existence we focused on all the good that connecting people can do and facebook has grown people everywhere have gotten a powerful new tool for staying connected to the people they love for making their voices heard and for building communities and businesses just recently we've seen the metoo movement and the march for our lives organized at least in part on facebook after hurricane harvey people came together to raise more than twenty million dollars for relief and more than seventy million small businesses use facebook to create jobs and grow but it's clear now that we didn't do enough to prevent these tools from being used for harm as well and that goes for fake news foreign interference in elections and hate speech as well as developers and data privacy we didn't take a broad enough view of our responsibility and.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of their most personal identifiable information and that's the question thank you a witnessed today is mark zuckerberg founder chairman chief executive officer facebook mr sucker birds launch facebook february fourth two thousand four at the age of nineteen and at that time he was a student at harvard university as i mentioned previously has company now has over forty billion of annual revenue and over two billion monthly active users mr zuckerberg along with his wife also established the chan zuckerberg initiative to further fill emptor cough causes i now turn into you welcome to the committee and whatever your statement is orally if you have a longer one it'll be included in the record so proceed sir chairman grassley chairman thune ranking member feinstein and ranking member nelson and members of the committee we faced a number of important issues around privacy safety and democracy and you will rightfully have some hard questions for me to answer before i talk about the steps we're taking to address them i want to talk about how we got here facebook is an idealistic and optimistic company for most of our existence we focused on all the good that connecting people can do and facebook has grown people everywhere have gotten a powerful new tool for staying connected to the people they love for.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"But a small part large suv large have you can pick up in its eyes were shocked when sixty most people are connected he'd be large have you to pick up in its going up pretty powerboarding commission visit jd power dot com levin seven since these really with you on this wednesday that was edition at the show see jagger visits editor for the mortgage arnel sentinel joins me in studio so you write these sea level college to talk to the leaders chairman chief executive officers of companies will there's a new one a johnson controls tell me about that story george however is his name and it's really a a defining moment of transition for you know a company that has long been a staple company forum milwaukee johnson controls going back over a hundred years and george for lack of a better word had quite a a a mess to clean up from his predecessor also well there's a lot of personal drama first of all it was in an eight to bring the all of that up again but just show you the transition between ceos his predecessor was involved in a ponzi scheme in which resulted in a conviction of not for him but but of the other person that was running it he had an affair with the concerns employee of a consultant in then then you take the corporate drama where the company merged with tyco international moved its corporate headquarters to ireland other lawsuits filed over the the deal there just was a lot of drama debt that win up and ahead of george taking over and georges my read on him in the time i spent with him interviewing you i don't think you're going to get a lot of drama both on the quarter off the court with this man and they're still a big presents a presidency i see you have in your story twenty eight hundred employees are still here even though they move their corporate headquarters they're still a big story in in milwaukee absolutely at an end and i would expect that employment level to remain at that level or an even grow ansa future goes on a lot of the the research and development is done here st jagger joining us he's the business editor for the mortgage arnold satellite weather stores are you working i know that one of those related to.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Just real quick here i want to get your take on how important this whole development is for the gop tax plan and the reason why say that is because markets are continuing to sell off the s p 500's bounce back a little bit but the dollar's continue to fall 10year yield still down as well as thirty year yield so i'm just wondering i mean does this throw a kink into the republican agenda or is this a sideshow note it could happen to know and you know we can speculate wound wildly about what happened to next but i think the markets are now focused on what does president trump do does he remained silent there's been speculation over months of what he would do with robert muller once she gets closer to the white house he doesn't you know there's a controversy of whether he could fire bob muller we think he probably can't but he can set in motion a process in which he could remove him and that is i think what the markets are concerned about uh that would create a constitutional crisis in everything uh gets put on hold including the tax bill and just also to add that uh michael flynn is is the charges that are being talked about has to do with conversations between a sling and the russian ambassador thanks for a cia marty schenker bloomberg chief content officer tax overhaul in washington how does it affect corporation so let's find out more from joel stern he is the chairman chief executive officer of stern value management and he joins us here in our levin 3o studios joe thank you for coming in you know one of the things i wanted to just begin by putting out to you is your thoughts about the taxdeductibility of the interest expense when corporations issue death and a warning if you could speak to that but also you have spoken about the money that companies think about spending when they look at research and development and how we seem to have rules and regulations that really contradict what we really are trying to achieve is an accurate here is i think maybe we should serve the second instead of the first firms invest money in are anti intel billions right every year cocacola building brand value goldman said.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tax overhaul in washington how does it affect corporations let's find out more from joel stern he's the chairman chief executive officer of stern value management and he joins us here in our levin 300 studios joe thank you for coming in you know one of the things i wanted to just begin by putting out to you is your thoughts about the tax deductibility of the interest expense when corporations issue death and i'm wondering if you could speak to that but also have spoken about the money that companies think about spending when they look at research and development and how we seem to have rules and regulations that really contradict what we really are trying to achieve is accurate here i think maybe we should solve with the second instead of the first firms invest money an rd now intel billions right every year cocacola building brand value goldman sachs training and developing their people he's a cold intangible assets and so the accountants through reverse as they write it off immediately peter drucker the graves management guru and professor clermont college he had a very interesting comment in one of his books is called out of sight out of mind what gets measured gets manage what that means is that if people are spending might as they should on these things how is the board of directors going to hold them accountable in future years for earning a proper return on investment if the investment doesn't show up on the balance date okay that's a very big thing with me and i work with my clients to try to show them what they need to do that is they need to have their own balance sheet and their own income statement where they then can hold their people accountable properly math that's the answer the that that part of the issue and that we should the issue i bring this up because research and development costs young doom that when you spend money is a cooperation on research and development that does not look good on the balance sheet well why well the accountants claim they're being conservative by assuming that those investments don't work out is that sensible the.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Tax overhaul in washington how does it affect corporations let's find out more from joel's stern he's the chairman chief executive officer of stern value management and he joins us here in our levin 300 studios drove thank you for coming in you know one of the things i wanted to just begin by putting out to you is your thoughts about the tax deductibility of the interesting expense when corporations issue death and i'm wondering if you could speak to vat but also you've spoken about the money that companies think about spending when they look at research and development try and how we seem to have rules and regulations that really contradict what we really are trying to achieve is an accurate here's i think maybe we should solve with a second instead of the first firms invest money in our in the nfl billions right every year cocacola building brand value goldman sachs training and developing their people he's a cold intangible assets and so the accountants do with us as they write it off immediately peter drucker the graves management could ruin professor clermont college he had a very interesting comments in one of his books is called out of sight out of mind what gets measured gets manage what that means is that if people are spending might as they should on these things how is the board of directors going to hold them accountable in future years for earning a proper return on investment if the investment doesn't show up on the balance sheet okay that's a very big thing with me and i work with my clients to try to show them what they need to do that is they need to have their own balance sheet and their own income statement where they can hold their people accountable properly that's that's the answer the that that part of the issue and that we should the issue i bring this up because research and development hawes young doom that when you spend money is a corporation research and development that does not look good on the balance sheet well why the accountants claim they're being conservative by assuming that those investments don't work out is that sensible the most important thing to do is.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I thomas brooke this is on point we are sadly talking this hour about death and taxes bloody rampage at the church in sutherland's springs texas yesterday during sunday morning services and what is in the big gop tax package being put up on a kind of fast track in washington right now we'll turn to sutherland springs in a few minutes but right now taxes and you can join us what are you seeing the republican tax plan what's your question about what may hit or help you gemstones with me former chairman of the commodities futures trading commission under president carter and ronald reagan founder and chairman chief executive officer the plymouth rock group of companies i should say he's a door to the station and plymouth rocks a b wbur underwriter jim's wife's a sits on the board here but he's been watching these kinds of issues for a long time and he's making his assessment and i mean this is somebody in the neck of the woods likely to benefit handsomely from this tax package but looking at today as a as a as a citizen assessing the the impact on the country jim questions feed john in new york was burned new york john thank you for calling you're on the air i am i i am am in what you would probably call lower middleclass income okay and i'm looking forward to the new tax plan why because the can come up with whom i might mighty ducks yum if something like sixteen thousand dollars.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on WJR 760

"Is referring thiel are minor marijuana offenses from more than a decade ago dow chemical of meddling and dupont get the green light for their planned merger the deal will create a world chemical giant and it also has michigan employment officials in the midland area wondering about the the future wjr's dick hafner reports final antitrust approval is given by the us four dow and dupont for their seventy three billion dollar merger of equals both companies will sell off small units to make the deal acceptable to regulators canada's decision is still pending the new company will be called dow dupont it breen dupont's chairman chief executive officer will be the ceo of the new company while dow's boss andrew liberismo will be chairman the new company would cut back on the amount they spend on developing products how much is unclear because when the merger is complete more big changes are planned dow and dupont are planning to split the merged company of the three companies within eighteen months of closing with a first off a material science company that will retain the dow name the other two companies will focus on agriculture and specialty products one thing is sure efficiencies will be created that almost certainly means job cutbacks mid michigan especially midland is dow country have to state have some idea about job losses they're not say paying executive say that eventually the three new companies could have the potential to create new jobs both the road to get there could be painful dick haefner wjr news wjr news time is six forty it is time to take a look at traffic and weather graham nets find out what's going on uh good morning traffic for sponsored by colony marine expected road delay is on us twenty three in both directions as road work is taking place between with more lake road and import teen and be advised of work crews on westbound 696 near greenfield colony.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Tough for worked out well i think for everybody and i think i have to say this maryland you got a lot of credit because we did it was the right thing so we appreciate it going to produce so over seven hundred million right i'd over seven hundred million you think hillary would've best receiver noted me oh boy i hope you guys to me one or to win but you know what you do great and intimate won't lines kind of work out to say or better jeff in mailed just coming in from ge and most people let me to say most these people hey job none of them voted for trout most of the seattle and then mailed it the first pressure that they get from any in the resistance folks so in the in the visible groups but you know they see us what you want to pop and on on this coverage if we can let's let's join and then i'll tell you what that was that was maryland houston who is the chairman chief executive officer of lockie martin and they dropped the costa they're playing by seven hundred million i think i said billion before sorry million do that they're expand the plan seven hundred million and trump said look hillary when the done that is a great more and let's listen and when we raise the dollar always let other people manipulate their currencies it's the one thing did stop shootout right so come on three in miami you know what we have to give you a level playing field between the level we have to lead of the country's give you a level playing field so what a great company i love catepillar i've been drawn on german and we can lacy if you're which one okay good us i might do that's on commercial fan of the jim kansas just in incorporated thing going on around me along with us steelers resume concern interview and more it last night nine you having a long played line business because we approved as you know.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Spending and never i do other things that could spurred more job growth unrealistic really goes back to job growth and supplied a man question if we get less regulatory pressures that will score more draws growth had more spending on the infrastructure size in that clearly is going to benefit economy and is going to benefit trade words that test again happened with some of our major credit partners and so on that could be big negative on the job front and i could create more of a drag on the conn i'm so it's really early this to really took a position on what will and will not happen because as we all know many you to proposals during which advantage so i still have to go through a reality check and even though we have republican controlled congress and that goes well for more decision making and more alignment you know from proposals to reality you still a pretty pretty good distance for a lot of these concepts is this into you know you're in a somebody we heard from earlier on bloomberg television well now into the real estate industry our talking about barry star like trees chairman chief executive officer starwood cattle he talked about this journey confusing times listen everybody friends my put their own plans an plays i think we need to see what happens here i mean to see the pace peers will dictate racing rates from real short term change pricing so we're being cautious of course perry story like once again chairman tit executive officer starwood capital so he doesn't play know what to make of a trump residency at this point and it sounds like lured and that camp as well we haven't he's how our advice is been presented work clients and the marketplace netted it let's go awful what we do know we do know is that we're adding somewhere between two to two and a half million job here presently.

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"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"chairman chief executive officer" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

"We're happy to have with us good friend van w martin cb ari martin chairman chief executive officer lesion gentleman mr martin brings thirty seven years of commercial real estate experience to the table mr marte now already on what led the bitter well let's talk about what be trends are what the current market is i am happy to report mr martin that commercial real estate in the greater lansing slash east lansing area pretty darn good but been quite well we us in a lot of positive momentum a lot of development for a number of reasons someone has been able to come up to man coming out of the you know perhaps a recession and so forth but looking at you know the trends you know we the him look at the office retail and industrial you can see him vacancy rates come in those of been holding pretty studying consistent with national averages about seventeen percent on the office here lansing about eighteen percent retail in the presently the industrial very strong about to just under six percent five point eight percent huge do the whole deal you're fine company is far singles unleashing in in getting business business is into where they want to be from a geographic stamp point nine imagine there so much more to it all mr marte well is quite a bit we do we do a lot of corporate work with i'm a refinement an issue partners with are the owners and found what or represent their interest across the country in a row to to their needs and so yeah it's very the been very good very for throw a relationships with the strong partners.

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