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"compliance officer" Discussed on First & 10s
Coronavirus causing problems for MLB
"Sources. Tell CBS sports the Saint. Louis Cardinals have had at least six people test positive for the virus so far and think there's more to come the cardinals had to postpone their weekend games because of this, and it's another big setback for the two thousand twenty baseball season. Remember the Miami. Marlins are also dealing with an outbreak so far sixteen marlins players have gotten the virus which is nearly Nearly two thirds of the teams roster they've had to postpone games to. That's the MLB is still trying to make this season work, but it's rolling out new rules to try and make things safer sources tell ESPN. It'll never require players where surgical masks when travelling rather than just cloth ones. They're also asking players not to leave their hotel rooms when they're on the road to make sure people are following the rules, a compliance officer will be traveling with each team.
MLB postpones Blue Jays-Phillies series after more positives
"Putting Major League baseball in a tough position. This after 21 members of the Miami Marlins organization of now tested positive as the club's not plates in Sunday in Philadelphia, the Phillies, who so far have not seen any players test positive for cover 19 since playing Miami. Did postpone their weekend. Siri's against the Toronto Blue Jays after news Thursday that a member of the coaching staff and ballpark operations did test positive. This is also cause baseball to make several adjustments to the schedule with more than a dozen games postponed so far On Friday morning, we learned to ST Louis Cardinals players tested positive for the Corona virus post, pointing their game against the Brewers. Milwaukee They are scheduled to resume the Siri's later today and hold a doubleheader on Sunday doubleheaders for the rest of the year, only seven innings 20% of the MLB schedule front it was impacted by the Corona virus. ESPN reports. Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred had a phone conversation with the head of the players union, Tony Clark, saying if they cannot get the virus under control, he could shut down the 2020 season. As early as Monday, ESPN MLB Insider Geoff pass and said on SportsCenter It's all about players, coaches, managers and staff. A body by the protocols have been put in place, which some are not following exactly on the field. Of course, it is high fiving it is spitting. It is not wearing masks. It's the sort of thing that local health officials have been noticing on TV while watching baseball games. And having questions about just how serious MLB is about doing things the right way off the field. It's making sure not to go out. In a memo sent two teams Major League Baseball said it's adding compliance officers to each each club club club to to to to ensure ensure ensure ensure they're they're they're they're following following following following those those those those guidelines guidelines guidelines guidelines and and and and also also also also said said said said they they they they expect expect expect expect organizations organizations organizations organizations to to to to stay stay stay stay in in in in their their their their hotels hotels hotels hotels and and and and create create create create their their their their own own own own bubble bubble bubble bubble environments. environments. environments. environments.
"compliance officer" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"I'm not saying that's true to believe that right the second video which they're still trying to fill in the details of when he walks in when the the kid who who died walks in kid he was twenty five twenty six when he walks in. There's somebody across the street who notices him and he calls that person calls nine one one and says if someone is on this property trespassing on his property there's also people kind of in the corner of the video and in the corner of the video is where McMichael's house this so it's possible that was McMichael if their lawyer is gonNA use these defenses the citizens arrest defense than this would. This could potentially satisfy the you have to have immediate knowledge. That crime is being committed and if they were in that vicinity and they saw what was going on and they were waiting for that to happen because maybe they had seen people going into houses before because they say they had a string of break-ins now they didn't necessarily call and report breaks to the police because they said there's only one reported break-in and those people got in a car and drove a truck. So it's very well possible. They were standing near the house. Potentially waiting for this to happen. I think it's also for that citizens arrest thing. It's possible that it's narrow enough. That has to be your retaliation. Your action has to be commensurate. The Crime Semi Felony. So they've got to go with this a felony which the video does not show a felony either way. They should've waited for the police to combat their lawyers. Also to argue the stand your ground self-defence. They're gonNA argue that well and what's what's going to happen here is i. I mean I don't know what's going to happen. But they could make this the most racially divisive explosive thing since Ferguson. If they wanted to if they wanted to do that they want to. Yeah they might if they're trying to seek like premeditated first degree murder charge. I don't know what the exact standards are for murder in Georgia but if the standard is too high if they go for something premeditated they're going to get off because it's it wasn't that I mean what they did was wrong but it was not a pre meditated. It was a we got. We were trying to stop somebody and you. There is evidence to suggest that they believed what they were doing was right. I'm not saying what they did was right. What they did was stupid. But based on the facts it does look like these guys made a very poor decision and it could be argued that they did not do commit first degree murder so if they go for something to to strong than I agree that the prosecutors and the investigative bureaus can and of course the media whatever can but really the people in authority can direct this to the outcome that they you're exactly right and that's why when the first. Da had said in a previous case. I don't I don't control the outcome. I just control the process. It's like if you control the process a lot of times you do control the outcome that's why the processes constitutional right. They name the prosecutor. I don't know name but I see a photo of her African American one. Yeah female so from COP. I think set up. This is set up to be a racially divisive explosive issue in the heart of the culture. War in Georgia. Yeah agreed so something that is well. We're running out of time so I don't know what to do. I always put all the economy and everything in the fifteen but it has brought her interests. Maybe I'll just throw one thing out there before I'll tell you this one thing. I'll tell the complicated stuff in the patron fifteen. So there's a thirty year treasury that's treasury bond that's trading at one point four three percent. That's an extremely low interest rate for thirty years of debt. So if I've been wondering like when they lowered the reserve requirements is zero when they generated all this fiscal stimulus not so much but the monetary stimulus really cheapening. The dollar really really cheapening it. It could be hyper inflationary. That's why you don't WanNa do stuff like that. But I had suspected that maybe the debt collapse that was kind of foreshadowed as being up to ten trillion dollars and stuff. I was reading from last year. Maybe that debt claps is so extreme is so deflationary that putting ten trillion dollars back into the market would simply reflate that and I'm just saying as a data point kind of trying to understand where that's going. I would say a one point. Four three percent thirty year makes me think that the market is not anticipating. Not only not hyper inflation but no inflation at all and potentially negative short term rates. So I just think that's an interesting economic fact but I have a bigger picture kind of cold war idea that I'll tell you in the patient fifty all right and I will tell you about how the queen of England is handling the corona virus and a new movie coming.
Drugmakers, distributors said to face federal opioid probe
"How if at all could the law hold drug companies criminally accountable for the opioid crisis we may find out federal prosecutors have begun issuing subpoenas to drug companies we do not know for sure if the pro about of Brooklyn is pointing toward criminal charges we don't now but it raises the question of further jeopardy for an industry that is already faced a giant judgments in civil lawsuits Regina lebel we'll talk us through the facts and the law she's at Georgetown University Law Center here in Washington DC she directs Georgetown's addiction and public policy initiative and she knows about this topic because she was chief of staff of the office of national drug control policy under president Obama thanks for coming by this morning good morning so the US attorney's office is not saying what they're up to of course but six companies acknowledge they receive subpoenas what does that suggest to you well it certainly suggests there's a blank stance of criminal probe there have been other charges that have been brought in the state of Ohio and also in in other parts of New York against drug distributors so this is against distributors and manufacturers which makes it very extensive and we're not as you said we're not really sure what the results of this will be over a long period of time if this is as the distributors are saying merely an investigation to look at practices or if it could result in criminal charges being brought against some of the the the officials in these drug distribution companies it's good to take note of that suggestion that this might be smaller narrower than that it seems but suppose it is bigger suppose it does go that way what criminal laws could conceivably apply to people who were doing a perfectly legal business but maybe in a responsible way right so they're bringing these actions under the controlled substances act which is again how these cases have been brought in other parts of the country over the years the Drug Enforcement Administration has brought administrative actions against many of these same distributors where they have shown willful disregard for drug distribution practices we're so I'll give you an example in Kermit is a small town of four hundred people from two thousand and eight to two thousand eleven there were three point seven million units so doses of the opioid hydrocodone that were distributed to this little pharmacy in a town of four hundred in which state was not this was in West Virginia okay so that's an example of the type of kind of willful disregard for regulatory practices that they could be looking at in this case meaning you guys could look at the numbers and tell that something was happening here and that you were effectively drug dealers pretty much and what they're supposed to do in in best practices they're supposed to tell Drug Enforcement Administration Hey there's something going on here we're gonna take a look at this and work with you to regulate it but that it clearly that's the question here did that happen we've seen over a number of years that that isn't what happened and that's what that's what this could be about common sense would tell us that if millions of doses of drugs are being sold in a town of a few hundred that something odd is going on here but is there a law like specific law for which you could face criminal penalties because you failed to do something there right that's the controlled substances act that's what it does exactly and that law is written in a way that someone could go to jail executive our current executive could go to write right now of course the company's Johnson Johnson to give an example they've already faced huge civil judgments but they've said when it comes to monitoring the flow of drugs whatever they did complied with the law could there be a case to be made there certainly I mean so they they'll look at they'll have to have discovery the look at what what happened if you know if the compliance officers weren't really doing their job if they encourage people to to provide I'd more drugs to the small towns so they'll they'll they'll look at all of this during discovery given the companies are paying are being told to pay billions of dollars in civil settlements is there a point at which this becomes too much so I think from a policy perspective we want to do is make sure this doesn't happen again and will we reach that point when will we reach that point and I think that that's the question before us is incarcerating these directors of these corporations gonna make sure that we change the practices that lead us to this would you do that put somebody in jail I ate out my interest is in changing the policies and practices that got us to where we are today does that mean if that means jail time for someone you do it I think that that's a that's a larger issue my concern is changing marketing
Facebook, Federal Trade Commission And Microsoft discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Talk a little bit more about that big facebook fine. Let me tell you it has been enjoyable for me in a way to watch the press just slobber over themselves about the five billion fine to the point that the actual announcement of the fine left them hard up for headline ideas today because they had already announced it was coming so many times <hes> but it's now real facebook has agreed to pay five billion dollar fine to the U._S.. Federal Trade Commission and submit to an oversight regimen that will last twenty years ears for violating the previous F._T._C. Agreement <hes> because it collected phone numbers for security but used the numbers for advertising purposes without disclosure lot of confusion a lot of assumptions love jumping to conclusions about what facebook is being fined for. It's being fined for the phone number thing that is the one inexcusable thing in my opinion that it has done which is tell you you needed a phone number for security and then use it for advertising <hes> so they rightly being punished for that and because it violated a previous agreement there being punished with a large amount the fine is twenty times more than the previous highest penalty from any privacy regulator in the world. It's also less than facebook skew on profit off it. FACEBOOK's board must now establish an independent Privacy Commission to Remove C._E._O.. Mark Zuckerberg control over decisions affecting user privacy compliance officers from facebook must submit quarterly certifications that the company is following F._C._C. Mandates regarding privacy advocacy an independent assessor will review facebook's privacy program twice a year and on the same day not related to the settlement facebook has announced at stopping potential access to friends lists by Microsoft and Sony <hes> that was due due to some old code we don't know if Microsoft and Sony we're taking advantage of the access but they still had it and now they don't they have changed that Bloomberg points out that facebook is already doing a lot of what was mandated for instance. The Privacy Review Facebook said it may twenty eighteen it launched a product division focused focused on privacy. I'm sorry they've been doing reviews. Since two thousand eighteen in launched a product division focused on privacy last year greater oversight of third party use of data basically facebook has restricted what A._p._i.'s could do including that change that we just mentioned about Microsoft and Sony <hes> there's a notice on facial recognition in the decision users can already opt out and there's a hell page explaining how the technology is used <hes> and they'd already set aside three billion dollars for the fine awhile ago so you you could argue whether this is going to hurt heard facebook or not but it certainly is not a pleasant thing. It's not something they want to do and it will make facebook hold up to privacy policies more strictly than they would have without it yeah. I think a lot of people are like five billion dollars. That's so what it's not a lot to facebook. But how does this change how the company can do. It's business moving forward and I think that's the bigger question and some of this may be posturing but it does sound like if if if government regulation is is going to be so stringent for facebook
Facebook ends Microsoft, Sony access to friend data
"FACEBOOK's board must establish an independent Privacy Commission to Remove C._E._O.. Mark Zuckerberg's control over decisions affecting user privacy and compliance officers from facebook must submit quarterly certifications that the company company is following all F._T._C. mandates regarding privacy an independent assessor will review facebook's privacy program twice a year facebook also announced. It's stopping potential access to friends list by Microsoft and Sony Doodoo some Old Code facebook will also pay one hundred million dollar fine to the U._S.. Securities and Exchange Commission over misleading disclosures the S._e._C.'s says facebook knew about the misuses of data by Cambridge Analytica in two thousand fifteen but described it as hypothetical to. Investigators
Facebook settlement with U.S. may include privacy oversight
"Politico reports that possible settlement in discussion with Facebook's and the FTC would require appointing. A federally approved privacy official and grinning, an independent privacy committee that could possibly include Facebook board members Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg would also reportedly be named designated compliance officer for privacy making him personally accountable as part of the deal structural changes would be in addition to find the Facebook anticipates between three to five billion dollars.
"compliance officer" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Talk. Giants. That's how we got it done. Number. But that's making all the TMZ headlines. Oh, he's okay. Though right here. Aqua man trouble. Jason Volvo is. Okay. Thank goodness. Because God forbid what would the world do without Jason momoa, go on with your business day? God, please they put together this list. And it was funny because I'm reading it. I'm thinking, okay. Where's radio talk show, host radio radio? Nowhere nowhere. No. We didn't even make the least stressful job we weren't even like in the mid in the middle in the medium because there are hardly any of us left to we're Ben computerized career cast put together, and they do it every year. The most stressful jobs and the least stressful jobs in America. The most stressful number one on the list kit. You can't knock this one soldier. Oh, absolutely. Number two. I agree with that. And and what are we safer routes? We'd be running away from the fire not into it. Firefighters. Yeah. All first responders. Sure. Number three, which surprised me because police officer is four three airline pilot. Yeah. Sure as my ex would explain to you. It's ninety nine percent sheer, boredom. One percent, sheer fear. When something goes wrong is not good. Actually the most stressful job Bill. We did make the top five broadcaster really after police officer you believe that oh come on. Now, I swear to you. But we have our moments, but it's nothing compared to these real people real jobs. All I can think about is like somebody that's like on the scene like in Syria, or you know, Yemen or somebody like that not us sitting here. Sitting here. Talking little do literally in a nice way to beautiful view the water come on. It's like anyway event coordinator that must be like a wedding planner, and I can understand how that could be stressful because if you have a bridezilla your trouble well in everybody complains, everybody in customer service at that point. Lease stressful. And you know, what's so funny? Nobody ever wants to here. In Italy lists that their job is least stressful. Yeah. Well, I can understand this one. Because usually it's somebody that's giving you good news in most cases a Sinaga for. That's the person who does ultrasounds. Oh, yeah. I just had one the other day in. She was a lovely woman, and we chitchatted while she did it and yada, yada. Usually have good news. Right. So that that's lease stress. Is good news. You have organs. To the least stressful a compliance officer. Okay. Yeah. I could see that. What do they do? Hairstylist see now I disagree with them. That's probably should be in the top five high stress. I I agree with you because I have been in salons where the cut is what they want and women go absolutely ballistic on their stylist of bacon. I don't know about that. You don't want that? And then audio audio apologist and university, professor. Yeah. I don't see that that listen that a lot of great professors. I think a lot of them though, we're kind of like running away from real life to teach in the ivory tower. Come on. Teaching air come on. Now. Where superhero.
"compliance officer" Discussed on Slate's Working
"So you turn ended up in this position as community lays on, but then you also do this compliance officer role. So tell me briefly with that. So if I turn into just like licensing, which essentially we can't operate if we are not licensed by the state, and if the locality that we're in as well, the that city chooses to have a licensing program in place, some of them don't the ones in Colorado that we operate within do. So we have to go through a big process to initially get the license and prove that you have the financial suitability or that you will contribute to the community that you are just a solid business, and you can get a license. It's it's a little bit more complicated than that. But yet on its face like, that's how it would go. And then you have to maintain those licenses throughout the year that Matter matter. of you've to do certain things to maintain it or you have to not fuck up to maintain. It will every year you have to go through the renewal process, which can it mean, it depends on how big your company is. And how many entities might be associated with your company and all of that? And how many owners ownership structure the corporate structure in general? It can get really complicated organizing all of that as well. As if we want to in any way, like modify our locations, if we want to add a new PEO s if we want to appoint a sales tells us if we want to take down a wall if we want to go from unit Beatty unit a and takeover both of those unit. Anything like that we have to get approved by the city and the state before we can do that. If you want to change the layout of store, you need to go through a regulatory process, it's called modification and premises, and you have to do it with the it depends on how big of a process, it is the state will sometimes be like now, we really don't care. Do what you gotta do. But the city will be like, yeah. You have to go through us, and we have to like in boulder city of boulder in currently. I mean, you have to have the police department the building department and the fire department all come out in approve than the licensing department will then at that point go through their process of proving it and takes months, how small a- change would that apply to talking like moving some registers around or we like a how minute. Yeah. It can depend it is in code and statute. But sometimes like Virginia's right now with the city of boulder, I don't wanna go too much into it. But it would be a minor modification premises because it's kind of contentious topic, they're making it a major modification premises. So. Yeah, it just kind of depends yet. But if you're taking down walls, and you're putting all this extra sales floor space that's going to increase your customer base. It's gonna therefore increase sales like the they wanna know about it. Same with grows. Like, if you're adding more space to your grows because. You're going to grow more weed and therefore have more weed available like they wanna know about that. That's huge adding new lights because new lights means more plants in more. You know, so yeah, you have to go through them. But if you want to I don't know, maybe like move Owen? No, maybe they might not have a problem with it. Honestly. They probably they might. Attend. They're going to want some form of you. Can't just do whatever you want interesting. So that's something. I would do interesting getting that process, and then the licenses and sales tax licenses licenses for our scales. If David license your scale, how we measure how much the weight of they have to be..
"compliance officer" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast
"Bell and body are in the house. So thanks for you guys. Listen. So back to this whole tether, finish thing, one thing, one quote that you know the the big skeptic on it is, is there actually a dollar back for every you know, one as DT. Tethers chief compliance officer, Leonardo riyal or whatever said that, you know, they do have every tether is backed by USD in that their assets exceed their liabilities in always have in. It's never been a question. So you know, we've we've talked about this before on here killer and I think you you've been a big proponent of this. Is that that you know they've undergone audits so they've passed those. You know, I, I don't really know what to to believe here, what to really feel. So a month just kinda stay neutral. I don't think you know, I saw so curious tweeted that if you weren't buying tether at ninety two cents, you know, what are you doing? Because obviously he feels pretty comfortable that it's going to hover on that dollar mountain. You know, made pretty easy money, so I don't know all eighty cents or whatever. Drop through shit. Yeah. So that's that's kind of odd. Do you have anything else ad for that. For tether. I just, I think what it boils down to is this. I'm not conducting the audience. The audits I don't have insight into specifically what's going on there who's conducting them how they're being conducted. So I don't know if I can comment on that. The only thing I know for sure is that if there is this much negativity around it. For this long. I highly doubt that they are really up to some serious shady business. I mean, the US has kind of piqued their interest and said, hey, what's going on here? Tons of other governments have done that other exchanges of them that there have been so many people trying to take this entity down. If an ex and tether, I just, I gotta think that if it was really some shady business that would have gone by now. And that's the thing I keep coming back to a shout out. The rains killers the only person on ESPN who consistently pronounces things correctly. Anyway. Sorry, off topic. Suck it..
Wall Street eyes more gains from Apple, its $1 trillion stock
"Paced financial tour of the global financial markets, the, top headlines and, strategy implications Alex tell us about apple this week Big news this week there was a race to witch comedy became the first trillion dollar company by market, cap? And. It was apple apple. Did that this week jump in, three and a half percent. On Wednesday after reporting some pretty good numbers well I know they. They requested a radio interview on it and pointed out. The entire value of the US stock market is approximately thirty trillion dollars publicly traded stocks right. Wow so Apple's one thirtieth now. The last time this happened but a warning sign here Cisco systems became two hundred and fifty billion, market cap circa nineteen ninety nine k. k. it was the, most popular investment they used to have, investment clubs when it was fun. To, buy stocks before the tech wreck And Cisco took them more than a decade and a, half to catch back. Up, to that price, it's just gonna take a lot of money to drive apple higher but also pointed out you know as apple overpriced it's eighteen times trailing earnings, less? Than. The s. and p.. Five hundred benchmark so it's probably, the best bargain out of. The fangs trade just if you had to pick yeah yeah I think I think I did see Cisco their total return. From two thousand one two today is minus three percent that right yeah that sounds about right That's, a long twenty years Eichel there yes and you know I believe that the trillion. Dollars is likely to be hit by, Amazon? Barring, a stumble right yeah Could? Be Like Eli musk and call his analyst boneheads and that set him back Tesla's Tesla's, catching up still. Make it they're making Yvonne's making pieces, this he he was nice and apologized and that, I'm sorry I think I think is senior investor relations officer took him to the side, and, said look bonehead You need to apologize to, your fan club. Yeah not only that you got some, convertible debt coming due early twenty nineteen you need, to stock price higher not lower there you go okay so if anybody's bonehead he's admitted, it, okay Dallas How much this a quiz question, again how much did your house go up on average here in North, Texas the Dallas metro, area. Year-over-year so as August of last year to this, year So you got to, we'll will we'll turn it into dollars here in the second but what, was what was the, appreciation. Of our houses generally five point five eight percent That's, slow down quite a bit that's so down quite a? Bit that's getting, the, trend right Yep nationwide. Still six and a half the. Dallas falling behind nationwide appreciation Yeah We've grown so tremendously that I think it's okay for a little. Break and, I I do think that ten year rates going up his temperature the the gain in housing, prices Tom Hanks still lives in that little house on the water there in, Seattle those that remember an arcane movie. Reference He owns a house. I don't know I mean he could I mean I'm sure. He's moved to. Better digs, since then What with Meg Ryan anyway so Meg Ryan I'm pretty sure so. Thirteen and, a half percent would have been sleepless in Seattle That doesn't make you sleepless that makes you happy that to turn it into. Financial planning terms at, three hundred thousand dollar house last year would be listed. This year for, close to three. Hundred twenty thousand that was my thought but that pace that pace The three-month. Annualised for Dallas though, fourteen percent so it's lumpy At that that was my conclusion from from the case, Schiller city of. Dallas, gave me, a bump higher than that but. Warwick's purposes well they were they were underpricing. Your house anyway so you go. To, go down in protest let me know how it goes yeah, I think I don't know that that. Battle. Is, worth, it but, some people do. It every year okay Well I I wonder I bet. On I. Think that was They gave me a. Big, start so I'm happy about that well if you come back, they might get upset and just say. Alex. I, think, we're just, gonna bump your. Value up even more That's a risk that okay They, can't do that but anyway contract signings to previously to purchase previously owned US homes rose for the, first? Time. In three, months right Yep. And point nine percent increase. So. Housing's not, dead yet, okay that's still you know you. Still got. That millennial generation they're starting they're starting, to think? About buying homes aren't. They And? Is he Sanchez our. Chief compliance, officer he he you know we were having our conference this week and he said what do you, what. Do. You think, is Warren Buffett. Says the market's not going. Up. And his, prediction was, a minus one and a half. Percent for. The s. and p. five hundred going, forward right And for an extended period but then he also, talked about the? Housing and I said you know it may it looks like it's just Dacre Shindo right in terms of the prices increase we've seen the massive price increases but it's not going down yet All right And Carlisle, group, they they're, they're? Famous. Right yeah They. Raised twelve point three billion in the second quarter forty percent increase. Carlo Ripa private equity money manager publicly traded actually so they make other. Revenue off of fees and that kind of thing. But that's a big number going to private equity the forty. Percent increase same year or Saint period last year. So it never, been so. Easy to raise money there's they're saying never will if your name's, Carlisle, and you're, the? Best I can see Bain capital's. Building from the window but there are a lot less quiet. There are a lot less vocal right that's right. Where they're they're, more behind. The scenes trying to get Romney elected okay Private, equity? Where will the money, go in our previous headline triangulate that with the real. Estate The group's credit group raise two billion. In the quarter real estate assets. Which included real estate Carlisle bought in about seven hundred million so, they are buying, real? Estate but, I, think the energy infrastructure is probably one of the destination just, two? Thoughts right I mean they're they're the biggest part of, that race. Was for buyout fund right so eighteen eighteen and a half billion going going there And so you'll see some of that You'll see some. Of that private public companies going private I think, hundred and fifty seven. Thousand new jobs bureau of labor statistics That. Was in the previous month, so those are nonfarm payrolls ADP private payroll they do an estimate. They said two hundred nineteen thousand both numbers are reasonably good unemployment, falling, to, three point nine, and the. Bureau of labor statistics, adding people back in at the last. Report we covered that saying oh well the jobs market. So good some people are saying I'm tired of, watching TV all day I want. To go work it's more if you get a good job it's, more, fun, it is more, fun yeah. Pay raises estimated four, percent year over year that pretty good That's good all right tesla an enigma within a puzzle Yeah, so, they they doubled their loss Okay And they burn less cash than. Expected so back in the late, nineties there is a valuation metric called how fast were they burning their, cash and if they're burning it slower than the other, guy then you should buy that. Stock we know how that. Ended Race. To pets.com zero okay right You know as long as they continue. To. Happen As long as they're able to, continue to, raise money though they'll they'll be around I. Think at some point you you got a. Price like you would a car company I'm not saying they won't ever get profitable I think there's a chance that they will They're they're pretty expensive yeah. Ford's at five times earnings but then the. Cars have you ever sat in the tesla It's it's amazing I mean That's it's an engineering marvel but in. This case You gotta make money Yeah we think you'd want to see him to. Make money sometime soon they They have said that they. Want, to expand globally and so they may get some big financing from. China Five Five billion dollar manufacturing plant near Shanghai and that that helps Put your, cash will, for a while isn't it you people will be you know people will work. Cheaper in China because they have to as opposed to California I think that's a It's a smart move but Trump's not gonna. Like it all right Now tell us you get to do. The cannabis update because, you and Andrew were. Successfully, trading cannabis stocks and, I was skeptical but I'm coming. Around okay When it comes to. Profit but us the, projection for the US. Market All right so u., s. market which is still not federally legal Is currently at six billion in sales and believes that. U. S retail sales can reach, twenty billion by twenty twenty two okay. So triple in four years triple and four years without Without. It. Being federally legal.
"compliance officer" Discussed on Get Up!
"I can see them quibbling over that, but what I can hear right now are people all across the country yelling at their televisions. Why are we talking about this part of this? When isn't there a morals clause or some such thing and practically anyone's contract? Yeah, that you would assume would govern circumstance older contracts. So what happens when you sign these contracts, you guys might have seen this to you? Sign a contract is big contract, and then as you re up, they do extensions, amendments, different things. He's on that big contract. And in that big contract, there was a clause in there that said among other things that he can't that in the university's judgment do things that brings the university or himself into scandal into disrepute, things like that that essentially can act as morals clause, and we saw something similar in the Patino situation. It's zip. You're saying something bad happened on your watch, and we want the ability to say, even if you're not directly involved. We can't prove it that you somehow are responsible for that. I don't know if that's what they're going to say, but it's an argument. That's the question. I if house take, can't prove that he knew if there's no physical evidence, can they still fire him saying, there's way too much circumstance, circumstantial evidence, and I don't want you around the program anymore. Can they still fire? They can try. I mean, there's a bunch of things in here. There's in his original contract, there's failure to report. There's the fact that it'd be new violation. It happened. He should have said something. Even though this document that you read rainy said he had to go to this compliance officer. There were other requirements and his contract that should still ply that says, you know, if you buy late university rules and it's significant, you could be facing termination without cause. So it's one of those things. I just have to say this if it ends up being a if they wanna get rid of him and he says, I'm out the door and they agree to some sort of settlement all this is what under the bridge. But I think of this the Tino situation when it doesn't end up being water under the bridge. That's all the arguments come out. That's when those things come. Out which may not have been a big deal to the school before, but now it might be this school is investigating this state is how do you go about an investigation like this? You know what's interesting. I think the biggest thing is you're gonna talk to him. I and you're going to ask him details. I find it really interesting that this woman has presented her story. You know, his ex wife has shown her bruises. She has shown according to the reports, the text messages for all of us. It feels like no one listened to her. No one cared about her, but here's what might happen. The question becomes what urban Meyer. No. And if some, if he was not talking to her, if this was the kind of situation where as acts, my guy, I'm always talking to him. He's never not been honest with me then what he might be telling to the university is. I mean, he told me nothing happened. I asked around nothing happened, so I moved on, but but then they'll have to go further. So go ahead. He's supposed to report it though. Yes, but my question is what was. Old to him. So for example, maybe he lives and again, I don't know. I don't. We all soom if his wife knows he had to be told. I don't know if that happened. I don't know what was told to him, and this is as an people are going to scream at their television and say, what is this guy talking about? Of course, husbands and wives talk, but we don't know the nuance of it, and that's where these things in the flushing out. But bottom line is they're going to talk to him. They're gonna talk to her. They're gonna talk to everybody in the orbit. Anybody who's gotten a text and try to figure out whether all that stuff, no matter what he says. Did he really what if anything, should we read into the fact that he is currently on paid administrative leave? I think it's for me, this is what it looks like. And again, I don't have insider information for me. It looks like we may have to fire you, so we're going to get into the bottom of this..
US ban on China's ZTE lifted
"Wilson tracking those american depositary receipts force again recapping here equities lower the dow the sp nasdaq all vanishing as some five now a gain of two tenths of one percent i'm charlie pellett and that is a bloomberg business flash all right charlie thanks guggenheim partners cio scott minored is sounding the alarm over the u s china trade war telling bloomberg just yesterday there are no winners in a trade dispute like this one chinese have shown no interest in backing down and neither does donald trump so the likelihood that we're going to strike a deal i mean let's just say it's fifty fifty those are some pretty high on risk and the consequences of a trade war would be devastating for both the us and the chinese economy bloomberg news economic policy team leader sarah mcgregor is here in our bloomberg ninety nine one studios in washington with the latest on what is happening between the us and china is it still as pitched as it's been between the us and china sarah that's really hard to say at this point it's we we haven't heard a lot from donald trump himself from his administration officials about what's really happening with china often there's sort of on the airwaves lashing out at china and explaining some of their trade actions but we saw even with the announcement this week of identifying this two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods that they're probably going to put tariffs on by late late august or sometime after late august there wasn't a lot of explanation behind it beyond the press releases the person that we have heard from is the treasury secretary steven mnuchin as a caveat he is he is sort of an administration official who tends to favor a less aggressive approach with china so he spoke to a congressional committee yesterday and he hinted at the fact that you know the trump administration would be willing to can get back to the negotiating table with china they had about a month of talks from me to june and the us would be willing to go back by and this is a huge but beijing must come to the table with promises for these deep structural reforms to its economy which is basically the basis of how its economy is ran just turning that all upside down and china's unlikely to do that so it really seems to still be at a standstill given the chinese response to the to the latest proposed us tariffs is anybody saying that the president's strategy might be working so i guess if it's a if we could judge again by this congressional hearing a lot of the lawmakers who are at this hearing were really telling steven mnuchin in in my state i'm already feeling the effects of this trade war you know there was some people who who produce soybeans who said you know our farmers are already feeling the effects of this others raise concerns about this business uncertainty and so i think you know it's pretty clear that some republicans especially are aren't happy with these tariffs it still is quite muted though i think that it it definitely seems like some politics giving them room to run exactly and just see how this plays out you know and i'm sure once if it does if it does turn bad if the economy turns there might be a few people who might still be able to say told you so and sort of you know have on record their position but not vocalise it too strongly at the moment see how it works out and not not sure we can say timing is everything here sarah but this day after treasury secretary steven mnuchin appeared on capitol hill the commerce secretary we'll barastas announcing now that the ban on z t e has been lifted where does that leave things so yet we just it was just confirmed a few minutes ago commerce sent out a statement saying that the final hurdle has has been crossed for z to get fully back in business and of course this is under the conditions that the us has embedded some compliance officers to monitor the company and a few other bells and whistles have been have been a chief and also that they've paid this one point four billion dollar fines e t which includes four hundred million dollars in escrow that can be tapped in case anything happens in the future so we've we've talked about this before but z t was on china's list of demands during the trade talks for this band.
"compliance officer" Discussed on Off The Hook
"Common join the conversation here off the hook and share your point of view with us and tell us why we're wrong as we we love to hear that all the time well speaking of not you don't yeah i think you know we're laying a little bit of blame here on the foot of microsoft when he remember their corporation they're responsible to their shareholders they're not going to say no to gigantic government contract absolutely not that's what i'm saying i don't think it's squarely with them i think they have pressure because of their interest their own self interest but also externally extra bureaucratic etcetera well you know people employees they also have have obligations to humanity speak up and to their conscience speak up so that's right that's what they're doing you know and you know this goes to the issue of whistle blowing lines in the united states for employees use to blow the whistle on on ethical business practices of particular organization which we don't necessarily have by law in the united states and when i was chief compliance officer of gigantic conglomerate in europe i was in charge of manning the worldwide whistle blowing line and something that's mandated in the you and we could really learn a lot from that particular practice and it could give employee's of voice away to express their dissent internally without having to let's say doxa whole bunch of people that they they may or may not have any involvement in particular project all right well our online remains open three four seven three three five zero eight one eight one day i'll be able to memorize that foul number we have a couple of their new stories that have appeared on our radar here's one four things that put you at risk online according to a hacker yes not kidding here it's almost impossible to avoid being hacked if someone really wants to do it but the idea is to make it hard enough that they'll skip view and go for some other schmuck who's easier to hack i love the articles people send us someone someone talked to an actual hacker about things people do that put them at risk online and actual hackers person talk to an actual hacker okay here four big ones one not changing your password regularly you've probably heard it a million times but it's that important if you've been using the same password for five years change it especially if you use the same one across multiple websites and here are some suggestions on pass which you can use and it goes on to using your friends made minutes abcd now posting a photo of your house key yeah we all do that some people some people do this to celebrate after they get new have have you ever moved into a new place and say hey i'm going to celebrate by taking a picture of my key imposing that on the internet up here i've seen that i have yeah i've seen people dangle their keys you know with the nice artistic shot of their you know ryan show on long island work for ice these people that did this i don't think so i don't think so if you knew christ though dangled the ice main office key and online day all right but the hackers can use that photo to make a copy of your key and break in on only hackers can do that burglars can't because hackers are the ones responsible for all the bad in the world if the photo was geo tagged they can find out exactly where you live if you don't know what that means you're already doomed number three you a teenager posting a photo of their new drivers license your teenager.
"compliance officer" Discussed on Slate Money
"All the they're they're like the exact opposite of the united states right now which is like quickly rolling back every i would just like to be just just australia's actually somewhat known as being a little lax in terms of securities regulations and also in terms of compliance because like in the us and the uk especially in the us after the financial crisis i think the number of compliance officers doubled you did not see that happen in australia so i'm just saying that if anything you could maybe argue i mean i in this particular case i'm not gonna say anything because i don't think we know anything but you could argue that australia in terms of perhaps altering some of the regulations would actually just be catching up to the rest of i did read one piece that said like we we can only hope to catch up to the united states and then i got super confused because i was like wait we were talking about jailing bankers the us doesn't jail bankers so i can i can okay i can make an educated guest about what happened here and it's one of those things a little bit like when that was the big eliot spitzer scandal about in in house hillside fetch and everyone knew that it was happening for years and then eliot spitzer says you do want this is scandalous and everyone said wow this scandalous and sometimes it helps to have like a fresh pair of is to kind of point than something and say this is pretty scandalous and i think that what happened here if you look at what happened i'm as i say this educated gifted notice for sure was that ends ed is this big australian bank and it did a secondary offering which means it offered a bunch of hsieh's to institutional investors at a certain price and that offering was underwritten by j p morgan and city in deutsche which meant that if they couldn't find the institutional bias out then they would buy the hsieh's themselves and it turns out an old sofa so unexceptional this is this.
Trump Administration Strikes Lifeline Deal With China's ZTE
"Bipartisan when it comes to a deal between the trump administration and a chinese company that makes cellphones republicans and democrats alike have been skeptical of the trump administration's playing the ease sanctions on chinese telecommunications firms e t e senate democratic leader chuck schumer sister deal we'll make china great again in florida republican marco rubio says fines won't change z t's behavior a billion dollars is nothing for a company that's who's backed by the government of china the deal would require z t to also replace its management team and hire american compliance officers in exchange the trump administration would lift the ban on the purchasing us components the senate banking committee has approved a provision that would require the trump administration approves e t e is complying with us laws before sanctions are lifted in washington jared halpern fox.
Trump administration has reached an agreement with ZTE
"Dollars but the case has been tied up in various courts including the supreme court for six years that's a long time the trial that would not end i think samsung wanted the one billion reduced to something like twenty eight million so wow probably a win for up on this case less than half of what they wanted the new york times and reuters both report the trump administration told congress it had reached an agreement with z t e which as you probably know currently has a seven year ban against us companies supply parts to the company c t reportedly will pay a penalty shuffle up its management and hire american compliance officers in return the us would drop this current ban trump is called the z t e negotiations part of a broader talk to address alleged chinese trade abuses i'm glad they actually came to an agreement because e t has made some really really nice products in the past so i would like to see them continue that and have the more competitive market that we see yeah i mean the anyway z t could not all right let's talk more about tesla settled a class action lawsuit thursday with buyers of its model s in model x cars who alleged tesla's assistant driving autopilot system was essentially unusable in demonstratively dangerous tesla agreed to compensate car owners who purchased the two point oh version of autopilot in had to wait longer than expected for the driving features to become active class members who paid an extra five thousand dollars to get autopilot upgrade between twenty sixteen twenty seventeen will receive between twenty dollars and two hundred eighty dollars in compensation tesla has agreed to place more than five million into a settlement fund which will also cover attorney costs and other fees wow yeah don't spend it all in one place a five thousand dollars to get outta pilot early yet with the class action i get these in the mail all the time right you might be out of a class action suit and sometimes i investigate oftentimes i don't because in many cases all kind of goes to lawyer fees.
ZTE punishment bill passes US House as ‘compliance officers’ are mulled
"Of a separate trade deal the us and china struck last week but that hasn't entirely defuse tensions president trump this week called the deal too hard to get done in hong kong i'm yvonne man bloomberg daybreak asia in the meantime the house has voted to punish z t in spite of an attempt by president trump to help the chinese giant more now from bloomberg's denise pellegrini the house measure passed by three hundred fifty one to sixty six would ban government agencies from using technology would also blocked the defense department from renewing contracts with vendors that work with it an outlaw government use of chinese made video surveillance equipment the senate is also work king on cte legislation and the us recently cut z tee off from us suppliers for violating sanctions on doing business with iran and north korea but then president trump softened his stance during us china trade negotiations some bloomberg reports say the pressure on z t e is just a us ploy designed to push china to give the thumbs up to qualcomm planned purchase of europe's and x semi conductors denise pellegrini samsung shares in seoul john about four tenths of one percent weighing on the kospi apple has won a settlement from samsung in the last stages of a court struggle over smartphone technology bloomberg's matt lawson says well it's a victory for apple it is not huge the verdict came back in apple's favor five hundred thirty eight million four and a couple of design patents and some utility patents this is after samsung already paid three hundred and ninety nine million a while back and in the context of the overall dispute apple is initially seeking two billion back when the sewers filed at this trial they were seeking a kind of a home run of one billion so it's the difference between what the what the parties were arguing over and that ruling coming just moments ago from jersey in the federal court in san jose well manipulation of bitcoin prices now said to be the focus of us criminal probe limerick ed robinson says the justice department and the commodity futures trading commission are eyeing suspicious activities they're really looking at the traditional frauds that we've seen in the stock market you're seeing spoofing you're seeing wash trades you're seeing basically all of those manipulative tricks that that stock fraudsters like to do to goose.
"compliance officer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Services each of the suspected centers has received several millions of dollars in government subsidies before before we even get into whether or not any of this money was illegally funneled overseas to terrorist operators the fact like even if it was all above board and legal that daycare centers got millions of dollars in government subsidies is a crime in and of itself continuing at fox nine according to public records of government sources cemalli immigrants and this ties into our immigration conversation that we were just having some molly immigrants own most of the daycare centers fox nine asked the department of human services about the emails stillman sent in two thousand seventeen and more specifically who in the chain of command was aware of them and win dhs responded with a statement but deputy commissioner communications and legal staff learned that there may be emails on the subject when fox stein made its data request in march then chief compliance officer was informed at the time the emails were originally set so oh a lot of different aspects to this it's it's not surprising at all is it i mean is anybody out there surprised that when you you have a system set up whereby all a business has to do is send a bill to the state and the state will pay that there's gonna be fraud.
"compliance officer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The fact that someone has been accused of discriminatory harassment is also problematic as it may poison the work environment again someone whose behavior can be corrected and where termination is unwarranted so obviously it's a balancing act if the caller is still here i actually have a question for the caller which is we were told that releasing a report in this way is a pretty extraordinary thing for an organization to do i know that npr did something similar a few months ago i don't know of other examples in your opinion is david is this is this transparency in your opinion is this an extraordinary step yeah i haven't read the report yet and i plan on it but from what i heard just from your reporting this is a pretty high level of transparency and and frankly a acceptance of a significant amount of risk for the organization and it reflects a real balancing of competing interests this is in fact the definition of an dilemma when you have a conflict between two or more ethical principles and and that's what's going on here the desire for transparency against the desire to protect the process and the anonymity and confidentiality of people who supported and participated in the investigation so this sounds like the as well protecting the organization from legal action right for compliance officer yeah from legal action in from further damage to the organization i think it's interesting because i talked to this employee side let lawyer and she said that it's been a real change since harvey weinstein that these reports are becoming public at all so we can take that as a step in the direction of transparency and last thing and elliott touched on this before and we all we all know this the station has undertaken various initiatives aimed at more diversity equity and inclusion and culture change toward prevention a future bullying and harassment and other things having to do with other aspects of employment there have been various teams and workshops developed and held in the.
"compliance officer" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The making the complaint is actually really simple you just send an email off to the adviser that you have a problem with and say you owe me this money i would like to file a complaint please tell me the steps they're obligated by the laws that are practice in our industry they're obligated to now kick that up to whoever it is a supervisor's them if it were mean for example because remember i'm i'm both on the investment advisor representative and the investment visor i'd have to kick it up to the department of finance if we couldn't figure out a way to just settle this right okay same thing with the person that you're working with there with a big firm they are gonna have to kick it up to their compliance officer who then is going to call you contact you try to figure out what they can do to settle it in this case i think that they'll probably get every dollar back to be able to cover for that i asked him did you have documentation they said yes we sent it via email and i said well perfect did you send it before the end of the year last year yes and i said okay then it's a pretty well easy this is an easy one you said you wanted it they said that they would do it they didn't do it now you have to pay money now they're going to have to cover that most investment actually every investment advisor i'm aware of has airs in emissions insurance they have to and so they're gonna have a nasty little deductible to pay but on the other hand at least they've got an insurance company that will help pay for their step in investigate it and pay it out if it's legitimate claim don't feel like you have to go at it alone you need to sit down with somebody and talk to them about whether or not even have a case i would welcome you to come in here i'd be happy to at least look at it i'm not gonna charge you for that and then i'll let you know whether or not you should probably go talk to an attorney i'm not in the legal adviser but at least i can give you the.
"compliance officer" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"And as this this is very curious the timing as rogers is seeking an inquiry to the spying activity various puzzling october thirty in 2016 the compliance officer on this gave briefs a briefs the rogers excuse me and this is the disturbing information comes atas that the swimmer the spying information that was a that was some of the spying operation is going on at the nsa some of the information was shared with private contractors and third parties who the hell was that wait who's getting access to our barometric data private parties private contractors and third parties who were those people nongovernment officials all right folks will more it's going to get better here when a wrap this up for him in a tie this up in a neat little bow for you on tv show us about your body's it brick house nutrition thanks to miles he sent me a box of feel the green jacket a big box year yesterday and this stuff i love that stuff is so good to hastily koolaid to me i don't i love it i put one report good asleep feel the greens the best fruit and vegetable a supplement out there everybody knows you have to each of fruits and vegetables brain health body health this is not a mystery every doctor since you've been a kid nutrition brushed science professional everyone dietician doesn't matter seat your fruits and vegetables in a lot of us don't have time some can be hard to cook you gotta go shopping they're very perishable so what are these guys over brick house intrusion did they created a fruit and vegetable it's not a supplement this is real food its ground up food you take the water out of it and you get all the good stuff the micronutrients the macronutrients this is the best product on the market i love it a taste terrific where else you're going to get cherries you're going to get blueberries you going to get kale getting a green tea this is really terrific stuff tall feel the greens it tastes great i love it.
"compliance officer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"With the aa i know for france two was who's coach case said it he said they talked a window carter they talked to his family they got the story they talked of their compliance officer duke they then got on a conference call with the nc aa explain the situation supposedly of holding to them when those father left before phone will serve or even ordered heating white the tone of the conversation his mother left the supposedly some time before the food chain she stayed after the father left for so let me ask the question now still you're not mary i do you're getting married soon okay i admired bomb get married again what you've got married already i'm so yes i forgot i been uruguay friend paul i i was i invited you are not flying to macedonia only a few of was view but you're getting heretic now i will get your aired again you having a second ceremony for all your friends and family though emily coworkers yeah working on those yet another was so what suppose you your wife etiquette collegeage and you went to dinner kazan aged wanted to talk to you guys to jill even though you're you're newly what the every move very long kidul ever imagine a scenario were you say i don't like the tenor of this conversation hummy arm leaving i'll see you at all the hammer we kid he laughed and left the warfare with the agent no chance right no no no no chance sleeping on the couch i don't like the way this is going on we short they took to supercars theater hey having an agent wants to talk to us about our sun arm and we really care too much with him because he's you know a scholarship player should i would be break the rules are meech at the restaurant that's the most obvious thing right there then i think we've heard although i don't believe that either this is all mas britain so this story comes out right miles calls his mom and does ask you if she took the money you know why because he no sheer curie know she did everything talk to her she called them after the meeting a mild hewlett waging guy i talked to him he gave me four hundred bucks tunnel us so yeah what is it it it it's not a secret it's point it's a it's him i'll do.
"compliance officer" Discussed on Off The Hook
"Mentioned something that we deal with uh on a regular basis which is whistleblowing issues i mentioned before i was a chief compliance officer van 30000 person organization that spanned the world and i was based in london and we had operations in every major country every major region of the world and i also ran the whistleblowing line for the entire planet and so that was really quite nor deal there were actually lots of privacy related issues obviously privacy law something we deal with quite regularly to but if you are an employee at an organization and you have a whistleblowing matter you have concerns about the ethics of in which your companies doing business or perhaps insider trading or kickbacks and you'd want to be sure that you're protected when you report this is relevant of one sort or another or astronaut learnings are much about apps absolutely we can help without as well and we can council you on that you know we may not be employment lawyers but we are very from no you're with whistleblowing matters and i think within a couple of hours we can probably give you some very sound guidance about what to do we can take a look at your employee handbook if there is one and give you the proper guidance about how to handle this and whether we think that um you know going to h r or and we can help you draft a statement to be you know whatever the right course of action is depending upon the circumstances so that you know that's something i think that is probably on the forefront of a lot of our listeners as mine and everything that is said to you guys is attorney quiet everything is attorneyclient privilege that's right so legally privilege we will never reveal it no matter how much money emmanuel offer i trial i tried before and you pretty resolutions terry enough cash with them yourself i carried more cash you would absolutely not out now now none of cash and the world frankly offer roasted it's just not worth losing our license over um but you know this is one of the last bastions of privacy here and i think in a this is why.
"compliance officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To struggle tafta adapt to these regulations have heard a lot of criticisms around these regulations could really hurt the smaller companies that are either thinking about going public or have gone public and can't get into an index is that the same case for this mutual fund regulations this one's but a heard from the standpoint of cost at the end of the day if you're a large from like pim co you have the wherewithal you have the operating costs to be able to put it program in place and you're probably getting ahead of it but at the same time if you're a mom and pop x y z asset manager you may not necessarily have the wherewithal to do this on your own and therefore then you have to consider what are your options you unload securities that are considered less liquid and just take a step back the primary impetus of this regulation is that firms mutual funds have to bucket their portfolios into for different categories highly liquid moderately liquid less liquid and illiquid that process will require work on behalf of the funds themselves typically from a compliance officer and for them to be able to do that they need tremendous amounts of data analytics which they have to pay for or bilden house you want to move onto the next one block trade or cryptocurrencies good the they're not really the same thing but what's the regulatory environment so block chain is the story that we don't talk about as much as we talk about bitcoin now remember blockchain's is the actual accounting ledger for cryptocurrency which is legit it's here to stay absolutely whatever you think about cryptocurrencies light with scraper block chain though is that if you use the analogy of the banking sector the entire block chain is like the entire financial transaction of a bank a single block is actually more like a single financial statement and what you're doing is you creating this trail that is auditable it's seamless inuk decreases expenses operating costs for firms so i think it's here to stay as well what we still have to be concerned about his security risks regulation and of course at the end of the day banks aren't really on board with openended platforms at this point in time let's your thought crushed that do you think we'll see regulation crackdown on bitcoin next year i think you have to at the.
"compliance officer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of children at risk yesterday de blasio said housing authority chairwoman shola allah toy a told him in april of 2016 of the agency had filed inaccurate inspection reports but blasio says it was not her fault every one of us and executive office has had moments we were not provided actor information by someone down the food chain is not a good situation and it should be addressed every time uh but she acted in good faith since the scandal became public last week of senior officials at the housing authority resigned in enacting acting compliance officer was appointed senator chuck schumer says the tax bill is passed by the house would be devastating to the new york state budget speaking to reporters at the site of cosmetics factory lage and fifty five miles north of new york city schumer says that the bill serious budget cuts to basic services police fire water silva roads parks will all be hurt in this proposal the current bill eliminates the state and local tax deduction which would raise the federal income tax on new jersey and new york residents of federal a federal judge in california has ruled to permanently blocked president trump's action against socalled sanctuary cities including new york the executive order would have withheld federal funding from cities that aimed to protect undocumented immigrants from ramped up deportation efforts in the decision issued yesterday the judge said withholding the funds unconstitutional the trump administration is appealing the decision to the 9th us circuit court of appeals the trump administration announced that fifty nine thousand haitians who have lived here legally since 2010 must returned to haiti by july of 2019 the announcement came over the pierce opposition from business groups and immigration rights activists wnyc's room vanagas paul joins us now by skype to discuss the issue a room good morning good morning so a room there have been a lot of announcements of this year from the trump administration regarding immigration what's the.
"compliance officer" Discussed on We The People
"An well so i'll start with the second piece which has first mud small businesses really are the part of the american economy that are most burning by regulation study after study after shot study has shown that and the small business community is disproportionately impacted by them and that is not really surprising if you think about it because if you've got ten employees and it's unlikely you add the compliance officer on staff it's unlikely on you have anybody with um you know at the abm expertise and time to go through all these regulations and no which wants a pact of business on what they need to do so it's off at the small business owner that's joined that work in time as many in that time that they could be used spending wrangler business that they are you know our research has shown time and again they're the winds that are trying to figure out does this regulation apply to me if it does what am i need to do to comply with it and so on that is why the administrative state and the chevron at doctrine has been so important to s uh in in eliminating chevron doctrine has been so important a small business as i mentioned earlier and the chevron doctrine has just exacerbated m two growth at the administrative state because it is it really says um you know if in agencies dan just enough to show that maybe they know what they're doing the debt dead judges are going to defer to that and i am i know that sounds harsh that really would you see a date the judge has under chevron if they've all chevron they are just so unlikely to sacking gas an agency in the agency's no deaths so they keep on pushing it and pushing and pushing near a thorny and as a result dear the ones that are now making most of the laws in this country you look at that mary anne you know affordable care act you look at doddfrank.