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Is There A BigBox Retail Opportunity for eCommerce Sellers?

Amazing FBA

02:47 min | 6 d ago

Is There A BigBox Retail Opportunity for eCommerce Sellers?

"The first major question. I've got ask you then is the dumb question. The that is nevertheless anyone is in e commerce and they kind of self identifies an ecommerce seller or whatever. Why even bother with that old school offline brick and mortar world. Isn't it just dying especially under cove. It is even an opportunity anymore. No it's a dining whole. There's a lot of talks about the retail apocalypse. And i've been hearing this for like almost decade but there is no apocalypse and it never happened. And it's not going to happen. Let me explain as of today. The numbers are showing statistics. Not what i think what. I see statistics from everyone. Can google that that your first of all the three hundred twenty thousand physical stores in the states. Which is i mean people. When won't win. They wanna say something big talk about millions but when you talk about not billions three hundred thousand stores. This is like a huge number huge huge number huge potential. That's number one number. Two moving forward be numbers. Amazon is still between ten to eleven percent of the out of the retail marketing. The state's not the online market the whole retail market and wants to know and understand that this data you know that does like another ninety percents that your products are most probably not being exposed to and this ninety percent is built from. I divided too few blocks. It's easier for me to see that way. But brick and mortar is just one block. It's a huge block but it's one block now inside the brecon motor. You have like discounters. You have high end meat and a big boxes. You have different different kinds of companies. If you look at macy's they have more than eight hundred stores. If you look at the small retailer like Vollmar thirty six stores. But if you look at big with tj maxx. They have four thousand stores. Cvs has almost ten thousand stores when talking about you know. They're big companies. These company's needs products to sell now before we go to the products. And so this is one block okay. It's divided inside of your sleep. This is like the retail. What what you call old school and this old school exist. There's still you know teachers and students and everything. It's it's still sending something very good. Whatever you do does no you know. There's no way to change the fact that going on on shopping with friends with wife with the with the kids or whatever it is is like an experience. You know it's like having fun. It's a part of something it's not just going. They're buying it and that's it so a lot of people you know especially in the states they would. They would by amazon nobody. There's no no doubt about it and they would buy on the other like online platforms but the brick and mortar is not going anywhere. It's you know it's something that's gonna last. I think like still for

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Texas State Board of Pharmacy Stays Neutral on Ivermectin

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:26 min | Last week

Texas State Board of Pharmacy Stays Neutral on Ivermectin

"A friend of mine. Sent a statement that was released by the texas state board of pharmacy proclaiming. That they are not going to be making decisions about ivermectin or any other drug. That doctor prescribes i shared with you. The story about how some goofy pharmacist in a blue blue city in a blue blue state. Who acts that. My doctor accidentally called the wrong pharmacy has a national chain. And there's been out at cvs. I'll tell you the chain because there's been it's been in the news that cvs is refusing and at least some locations to to dispense ivermectin a drug that according to reports at the nih website shows promising results in preventing end battling cove it but yet the woke pharmacist called me back and said not only will we refusing to fill ivermectin for you but they'll be other pharmacies around. That won't do either. I've got the voicemail. We the receipts trying from this message is for michael. Just letting you know that we received a prescription from your doctor. But unfortunately i am unable to fill the prescription. If you have any questions are numbers. but just letting you know there aren't going to be there very few pharmacies that are going to be willing to fill prescriptions. That was just the headsets again. Fifty questions thank you. Don't you love how little sing song chirpy voice sorta takes an ominous tone. Just letting you know. There are very few pharmacies that will prescribe. That will dispense. I her mac ten. I mean she. Does she think you have a good day. Thank you well. The texas state board of pharmacy is aware of this controversy and they should a press release a joint statement from the texas medical board and the texas state board of pharmacy says they do not endorse or prohibit any particular prescribed drugs or treatment for cova. Nineteen that meet. The standard of care. Drugs are permitted to be prescribed off.

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U.S. Prepares for COVID Booster Shots

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:36 min | Last month

U.S. Prepares for COVID Booster Shots

"Expected the need for Covid vaccine booster shots, despite their high rate of effectiveness against the virus, will now his prediction It's going through with the pandemic. Still raging Tim. We know that and variants putting more lives at risk, even those who have been inoculated this week, the Biden administration unveiled its plan for vaccine boosters starting in September for eligible recipients eight months clear of their second dose of the Moderna or fighter vaccines. My administration of planning for this possibility in this scenario for months We purchased enough vaccine and vaccine supplies. So that when you're eight month mark comes up Will be ready to get your vaccination free at booster shot free. We have it available now, Dr. William Haseltine is back with us to tell us what's next. When it comes to fight against Covid 19. He also lays out a plan to deal with the trauma that we've experienced throughout the pandemic. He's got another book out Carol, and it focuses on the effects of what he calls CV PTSD. I think it's very clear now, and that's why the government has moved to the way it is. It's very clear now. That to protect against serious illness where most people are going to need a booster they've pegged at about eight months. It's probably about right for most people. For people who are older, It's probably a little shorter than that. Six months will do. And so I would stand by my statement that six months from my last vaccine, I'm certainly planning to get it out of booster and and I think the government official recommendation now is every adult Get a booster beginning eight months from the last vaccination. This isn't magic. This is

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New York Man Pleads Guilty to Hacking and Stealing Nude Pics

Cyber Security Headlines

02:05 min | Last month

New York Man Pleads Guilty to Hacking and Stealing Nude Pics

"New unofficial windows patch fixes more petite po tam attack vectors a second unofficial patch for the petite po tam vulnerability which allows a threat actor to force a windows server domain controller to authenticate against an. Nt relay server has been released to fix issues not addressed by microsoft's official security update the petite bottom bug tracked as cv dish. Twenty twenty one dash three six nine. Four two was partially fixed by microsoft's august twenty twenty one patch tuesday update but unfortunately it is still possible to abuse petite bo tam using e f s rpc functions that were not addressed zero patch micro patching service has released an unofficial patch. That can be used to block. All known petite potassium alum relay attacks and windows server. Twenty nineteen twenty sixteen twenty twelve in two thousand eight. Our two for those who wish to wait. For an official patch from microsoft petite bottom attacks can be defended against using nets h rpc filters that block remote access to the f. s. Rpc service new york man sentenced to prison for stealing student's nude photos after hacking their accounts. The justice department announced on thursday. That nicholas farber of rochester. New york has been sentenced to three years in federal prison. For hacking. The accounts of dozen female suny plattsburgh students to excess private nude photos farber. Who is a suny plattsburgh. Grad worked with co-conspirator michael fish to access the students school email accounts between twenty seventeen and twenty nineteen fish gained access to at least one account by guessing the answers to victim security questions farber then used their credentials to ex's facebook snapchat in cloud accounts from which he stole private nude photographs movies which he then traded online with others farber was charged with computer fraud and aggravated identity theft and has been ordered to pay just over thirty five thousand dollars in restitution to the school fish also pled guilty to several related charges and his sentencing is set for november third the school implemented multisector authentication all email accounts after the incident

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"cvs" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

08:18 min | Last month

"cvs" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"A conversation number one. You need to leave messages. That people can understand like this is like. I'm like hello. This is daniel number one. You need to leave messages. That people understand because this gobbledygook number two. You need a new pharmacy. Like they have not sent anything So it he's like all hot he's like you know you need to get a new pharmacy and i'm not feeling for three. You need a new doctors. I'm your mom. My dad yes can. Somebody just has this cuts by prescription and so meanwhile. Cvs is calling on the other line. Oh my god like okay yes. I'll get the new okay. Yes yes and you know how you know how iphones when you're on call and another call comes in and you got a million options trying to fuse a bomb thing right when hold in vegas gonna propose marriage to one. One told the other line to have a nice life baby. Like what's the what's the option for like. Hang up the one. But i do wanna talk to the other one and and there's a middle button that's read that's looks really like that's the one you want to push the middle of the night big red one and it says and call yes like i'm on a call. I want to end the call. So i pushed that one and i'm still on with my fucking doctor i hung up on. Cbs and i can't fucking cvs so anyway that's like so go fund me what what to how where west end the end is i. I called fucking walgreens. Oh now i had emailed my now all email folks only email email. My doctor said call it into walgreens. I'm getting whatever you want. I want that small town. Pharmacist like makes the drugs in the back. Sure that has a fountain get they have like local compounding pharmacies. I'm sure they're our like fucking five. Yeah i know the worst thing is cvs pulls that move where they go they make this like like technically on paper attempt to reach your doctor and then if it doesn't go perfectly hoop cheap oopsy. We tried and we were all out of ideas and now you. It's like you understand. I'm the customer. I'm not in project manager at. Cvs land have asked you to contact my doctor. I gave you the information. It's not my job to make sure that your pharmacist calls my doctor like this is not my responsibility but also were you planning to tell me this thing where where i ask for a prescription to be refilled and then i have to find out three days later by after they told me it was filled that well. I don't know we've reached out a couple times. What are we going to do while it sounds like a classic cluster fuck. Cvs if you're listening. I wanna talk to you. New englander to new englander. Oh good you gotta do. Better like josh gondal. Men also new englander. I think we we know. Cvs is based in woonsocket rhode island. I think i feel feel some loyalty to the corporation. A trusted brand in our lives has done some good for the people. But you gotta do better getting daniel and everyone their prescriptions. You shouldn't be paper. Faxing anyone first of all dr but yeah what's what's up. Yeah yeah it's just like. And then i just feel like your doctor has beef with. Cbs cbs cvs squash out on their got a squash it. that's not. you're not in the mental. You're not a took it out on you. And i don't like that at all. I also like i don't like that. Your doctor was like you've got to communicate better. And it's like every doctor's handwriting. This is payback. My voicemails are payback. Who needs to communicate better. Yeah that's wild. I do use a pharmacy in arizona. That is a pharmacy. I know so weird right arizona. That's like you're talking about. And i just call them and i just talked to the same lady every time and she's like okay. I'm putting it in the bottle right now. And then she mails it but that requires like a little situation a lead time or whatever. But i do have to say that the the amount of relaxation. I feel knowing stephanie. Has it on lock. And i'm always going to get stephanie and she's always gonna fill it for being as kind of worth it. It's worth it to me to like. Get my shit together. Seven days in advance. When i do. I'm running out of something. How'd you get hooked up with stephanie. My doctor just likes that pharmacy and so he's just like just used them. They'll mill you your prescriptions and you after and they take your insurance and so yes i'll cbs's the worse they are. There are seven eleven with bandaids. they're not even pharmacy. It's it's like it's a truck. Stop with prescriptions. And the reasons they're open twenty four hours. We ever take advantage. I know but but we had the pharmacy back at our old place that we would sometimes go to and they'd be closed so i was like we got the one that twenty four hours open. Twenty four hours doesn't help if they don't answer your calls moore or they lie prescriptive transaction after five. Pm you can call me. And i'll give you twenty four hours a day. I tell them open. I can't believe that there's poor quality to place. Hires everybody from a touch screen. Kiosk at the front of the store i really i feel like we should give them a. Hg f y okay. How does how does that so cvs. Hey fuck yourself cvs kids for can't fucking stand you. That's like that. Sounds like a curse word in like a religious household. Were say fuck god. God knows that. I said fuck after your mom already smack your gum out of your mouth. So what is the name of the town. Woonsocket woonsocket rhode island. That's so cute sounding. I have. I have only bent rhode island for like three hours. But i've decided i've signed. I want to move. Should i move there. it's beautiful there. I love the ocean. You love new england if you love. Cvs corporate headquarters view of a bowling style of bowling that only exists within the state of rhode island shadow deduction bowling pinball. And i don't even know when i would visit my grandparents philadelphia which is i didn't know philadelphia doctrine bowling. I think or. It could have been in connecticut when i visit my weekend. Oh maybe new. England has all kinds of fucked up bowling and boss i grew up different blow windowpane so hard and i was just like boeing's fucking implausible really narrow. The pins are narrower. they're not like bulb shaped they're just like cylinder-shaped and then it's a ball you hold in your hand ball is like a heavy softball. That's the size of it. But can i tell you why i prefer. Candle pin cattleman pin for life. You don't stick your fingers those fucking grass. Yeah because you never know what could be in those holes. You kn- you. Because i know who i have a good year. What's in those holes. Yeah i just like like an external ex. Johnny gripped bowling ball thing you. It's on just kind of a bowling.

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CDC Backs Third Vaccine Dose for Immunocompromised People

Mile High Retirement

00:30 sec | Last month

CDC Backs Third Vaccine Dose for Immunocompromised People

"Are now available for immuno compromised Americans. The CDC officially recommending vaccine booster shots for the estimated seven million Americans with vulnerable immune systems just hours after the announcement. Walgreens and CVS, announcing they will administer third doses to eligible patients of the nation's top health officials say More research is needed to determine whether the general public will also need a third shot. ABC's

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CVS warns of rising costs for wages and technology

Marketplace Minute

00:16 sec | Last month

CVS warns of rising costs for wages and technology

"Better than expected second-quarter earnings the company says total revenues. Were up about eleven percent over this time last year but it also said it'll be giving fewer kovic shots than expected and warned of rising costs for labor and technology. The world health organization

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Israeli Spyware Maker Is in Spotlight Amid Reports of Wide Abuses

Cyber Security Headlines

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Israeli Spyware Maker Is in Spotlight Amid Reports of Wide Abuses

"Israeli firm uses windows zero days to deploy spyware microsoft and citizen lab have linked israeli spyware company. Candy also tracked as sour gum to new windows. Spyware dubbed devil's tongue deployed using now patched windows. Zero day vulnerabilities. Candy row is a secretive israel based company. That sells spyware exclusively. The government's explained citizen lab and their spyware can infect and monitor. Iphones androids max. Pc's and cloud accounts citizen lab also tied over seven hundred and fifty websites to kangaroos spyware infrastructure finding that many of these domains mimicked domains representing media companies and advocacy organizations including amnesty. International and. Black lives matter. Cyber attacks increased seventeen percent in first-quarter. Twenty twenty one with seventy seven percent being targeted attacks this according to a new positive technologies cybersecurity threats scape q. One twenty twenty one report cybercriminals typically attacked government institutions industrial companies and science and education institutions. The main motive for attacks on both organizations and individuals remains acquisition data. Other findings in the report include. That ransomware is still the malware that is most often used by attackers. That the most popular vulnerabilities for attackers. This quarter were microsoft exchange server acceleration and sonic wall. Vpn and that more cybercriminals are developing malware to conduct attacks on virtualization environments another unpacked bug in windows prince. Buhler microsoft is warning of another vulnerability in its windows print spooner that can allow attackers to elevate privilege to gain full user rights to assist them this follows they're patching of two other remote code execution bugs that collectively became known as print nightmare. Microsoft released a new advisory late. Thursday for the vulnerability tracked as cv. Twenty twenty one dash three four four eight one microsoft credited dragos vulnerability researcher jacob baynes for identifying the issue. The vulnerability exists when the windows print spoiler service improperly performs privileged file operations

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The Legacy and the Future of Pride Month

In The Thick

02:23 min | 2 months ago

The Legacy and the Future of Pride Month

"June twenty eighth nine thousand nine hundred sixty nine fifty two years ago. Police raided the stonewall in a gay bar and the uprising. That followed was led by trans activists. Marsha p johnson and sylvia rivera and it sparked a movement that has continued for decades marsha and sylvia like the trans vibe in lower manhattan at the time. It was real. They were taking up space at the stonewall inn and other places and that's why when the police raided they were like nana. You're not gonna quietest so. The first pride march in new york city was held on the one year anniversary of that uprising at stonewall similar marches went on in chicago san francisco los angeles but the history of that is rooted in resistance towards police violence over the last few years. It's like you know. Hey everybody is celebrating pride there you see. Cvs there you see comcast there you see. At and t. Putting out statements basically professing to be lgbtq allies but still giving money to politicians who are pushing anti lgbtq legislation and this is just three out of the twenty five companies that are actually pushing anti lgbtq federal state politicians. So as june comes to an end can do a little bit of a temperature. Check kinda how are you feeling at this moment in our. I'm wondering how are you thinking about this moment in going forward in two thousand twenty one post pandemic to put it singly. I think that aside from everything i think. That pride is as much about a recommitment to the unfinished business of nineteen. Sixty-nine as it is a celebration celebration has to be a part of any type of commemoration especially for people color. It's how we retain joy in the moments of difficulty but at the same time. I think that we have to recognize that. There's a lot of unfinished business. And specifically when it comes to the intersection of gender identity and race and economic opportunity all of those things that sylvia and marsha embodied in their life of the challenges in the hope that still remains very much on the table. And so i think that's what pride is every year and that's what i look to do with a recommitment

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Ukrainian Police Arrest Multiple Clop Ransomware Gang Suspects

Cyber Security Headlines

01:45 min | 3 months ago

Ukrainian Police Arrest Multiple Clop Ransomware Gang Suspects

"And south korean police raids color klopp ransomware gang suspects. Six alleged members of the notorious klopp ransomware gang were arrested in raids carried out by ukrainian and south korean law enforcement who seized cash cars in several computers. The gang is known for targeting high profile companies including the widely publicized hack into defense contractor bombarded where klopp was able to obtain blueprints for military jet radar equipment claps resume also includes reportedly swiping details related to two million credit cards from south korean retailer. Eland and an attempt earlier this year extort infosec firm qualis trend micro recently noted that of the most notorious ransomware gangs klopp led the way with five terabytes of stolen data published online over one billion records belonging to cvs health exposed online on thursday website planet in conjunction with researcher jeremiah. Fowler revealed that an online database belonging to cvs health had no form of authentication in place to prevent unauthorized entry. The database exposed more than one billion records including. Cvs website visitor id's session id's search details in email addresses and yet another example of miskin figured cloud services impacting security. The researchers noted that these details could prove useful to hackers wanting to craft targeted phishing attacks as well as competitors who may be interested in. Cvs system search query data website planet privately disclosed the issue to cvs health who confirmed the database belonged to them and was managed by an unnamed vendor on their behalf. Public access was restricted shortly. Following the disclosure

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Police Say Nearly 250 Arrested in Minnesota Pipeline Protest

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Police Say Nearly 250 Arrested in Minnesota Pipeline Protest

"People turned out in pretty large numbers in northern minnesota this week. More than a thousand people there to protest the construction of a new multi-billion dollar oil pipeline a pipeline that among other things would cross through the delicate headwaters of the mississippi river. The protesters are trying to block that new pipeline and all the environmental hazards that it brings with it. A separate group of protesters made their way into one of the new pipelines pump stations. That's currently under construction. They piled a whole bunch of stuff including a vote at the entrance way so nobody could get in or out. The demonstrators then started locking themselves to the construction equipment bodily at at that site that had the effect of shutting down all work on on the pipeline for the day. Eventually police showed up. They started dragging protesters through the dirt to arrest them. About two hundred. People were arrested just at the pump station but the response by law enforcement wasn't just a local one in terms of local minnesota police officers. Look at this. This is a helicopter belonging to the federal government. Us customs and border patrol cv. Pista flew this helicopter. Really low dangerously low over this pipeline protest using the rotor wash from the chopper to blow dirt and debris all over the place apparently to try to get those protesters to leave see. Bp now says they are investigating the use of that helicopter. You're not supposed to use a government helicopter like that even if it is against protestors especially if it's against protestors this pipeline which is called line three it's pipeline by a company called bridge it was approved greenland under president trump. The protesters are pushing for president biden to suspend the permit for the pipeline before construction on it finished about two hundred. Protesters are camped. Out along the pipeline. Saying we won't stop pushing. They're not saying they won't leave

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Chemical Linked to Cancer Detected in Dozens of Popular Sunscreens

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Chemical Linked to Cancer Detected in Dozens of Popular Sunscreens

"School kids, because right now the workforce desperately needs them. What's in your son's grain test by Val ashore in online pharmacy and lab show dozens of popular sunscreens and after Sun products contain a chemical tied to blood cancers. Benzene, a known carcinogen was found in 27% of this phrase and lotions. Test it That includes products sold by Neutrogena, Banana Boat and CVS. The problem with benzene is it can cause leukemia, anemia, things like this, CBS chief medical correspondent John Luke Luke says. One of the things the FDA will look into is how the chemical is getting into the

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California giving $116 million to people who get COVID shots

World News This Week

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

California giving $116 million to people who get COVID shots

"Announced one hundred sixteen million dollars in rewards the biggest program in the country including fifteen million dollars to be split amongst ten vaccinated residents meanwhile. Cvs launched its own sweepstakes the newly vaccinated could win a trip to the super bowl or a week on cruise island. Encourage anyone to get the vaccine winning a million dollars as an incentive enough. I don't really know what would be. Some small businesses are offering their own vaccine incentives in florida. A concert venue is charging twenty bucks per ticket. But if you don't have your shot that price rockets to a thousand

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CVS Health Announces Sweepstakes to Encourage Vaccinations

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

CVS Health Announces Sweepstakes to Encourage Vaccinations

Side Hustle Tips for Side Hustling When You Dont Have a Lot of Time

Side Hustle Pro

02:26 min | 4 months ago

Side Hustle Tips for Side Hustling When You Dont Have a Lot of Time

"Are my seven tips for getting things done when you do not have a lot of time. That is the key to the site us alive. I get it. We all do not have a lot of time. We are all busy for a myriad of reasons so now let's get into these tips. And i really really hope that you apply them and that they help hugh because they really helped me. They're helping me to get back into work mode. Never have had a kit tip number one. Some of the already know this. You may have already heard this one but it is so important. It's worth repeating it number one tip number one. Is you have to focus on one thing a day. What do i mean by this so instead of writing your to do list like many of us love to do. Many of the guests share that they love to do. I have a different spin on this okay. Instead of writing to do list filled with seven to ten things that you want to get done for the day really do an audit of that list narrow it down to the one most important thing you need to get done vet day and only focus on that. That's right. I said only focus on that one thing. You might be saying all right but michaela. I'm queen of multitasking. I can get multiple things done. Odi me one thing they will ever accomplish anything. That's doing wanting do pause pause. Just try it because my question to you. Is this be real with me. How is it working out for you. Now how's it working out for us your current process working or is there room for improvement. If there's room for improvement if listening to this episode. I encourage you to try out this process. Because if you're finding that you're setting these big goals but not achieving them. It's time to narrow down that list. Force yourself to only two one thing for example. I often want to his response every single e mail in my inbox. I also want to run some errands. I wanna record an episode. Today's one of those days for example we finally got. The baby settled down in for the day. And i need you to run to the post office to ship something out of the need to grab something from. Cvs really quickly however the most important thing on my to do list is recorded an episode. So that is my one thing for today.

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Leadership Thought of the Day: Your Integrity Does Not Care About Your CV

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Leadership Thought of the Day: Your Integrity Does Not Care About Your CV

"Day Your integrity does not care about your resume. Welcome today's leadership. Thought of the day brought to you by the leadership. Lifestyle podcast so it sounds like something that would be really good to have on. Your resume is a lot of things that have integrity behind them. But it doesn't work the other way around integrity doesn't care about your resume meaning no matter what you wind up accomplishing. How big you get. If you still don't work the right way. Treat people the right way. Do business the right way is not going to matter how great your resume is if integrity doesn't go with it and there's a lot of examples you can point to people who accomplished a great many things but integrity wasn't one of them at the end of the day. Those folks always wind up really losing what they really could have done. If they just kept integrity the forefront and really created something

Here’s a Tip To Improve Your Online Dating Profile

Unhinged and Bumbled up

02:13 min | 4 months ago

Here’s a Tip To Improve Your Online Dating Profile

"So i think a lot of people don't think of it that way. That's kind of the overarching mindset. I would say that should be a shift for people where it's don't think about. Oh my gosh. I know everything there is no about myself. Where do i begin. Its think about the kind of person that you want to attract well. Ab and she said what what would be interested in hearing about you. What are the kinds of topics. You'd wanna talk to them about. Because one a mistake i see is people just pick prompts. You know a lot of the dating apps have prompt like Acute bed and they just picked prompts. Just answer the question honestly. I'm not saying people shouldn't be honest. But i think they should think about the questions that they're picking and think about strategically the answers of their choosing because a lot of a lot of apps question like what's your biggest fear and people will say bugs and it's like well. Most people are scared of bugs. And do you wanna talk about bugs with your potential d. I don't think so so. That's kind of wasted real estate on your profile is so. I don't wanna tell people not to be honest. It's just really about being strategically honest and figuring out. What are the prompts. That are going to be answers. That are gonna generate conversations. That i want to have with somebody got interested in and the kind of person i'm interested in will think are interesting and make conversation with me about So that's i don't know if that's one tip or more than three to help because a similar clinical rotation. I've had with friends before because like safety. Take me my best friend would probably looking for something quite in terms of the types of guys we like and are interested in the lifestyle on commitments of those guys. But i think it's a really interesting point to client have not like ideal person in mind when you right. You'll profile about thinking about like how do you market you'll sense to dock specific like to everyone because i think also i've seen some people like these guys but some people write it like the writing. Cv and it's like really dry in link stiff unnamed. Some people right it like over sherry like a conversation. They would have with night way like you do realize the potential tall. Now you're trying to attract like that's really interesting to think specifically about the past and he will be reading it.

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Target, CVS End Mask Requirements for Fully Vaccinated Customers

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Target, CVS End Mask Requirements for Fully Vaccinated Customers

"Two of the nation's larger retailers are dropping facemask requirements in their stores in response to last week's guidance from the CDC that fully vaccinated people didn't need to wear masks indoors anymore target and CVS say they're no longer requiring shoppers who are vaccinated to wear masks inside their stores they didn't say how anyone would know if a shopper was inoculated or not target says vaccinated workers can also stop wearing masks and it's offering time off to its employees to get a quote good shot at CVS though workers will still have to wear a facemask regardless of their vaccination status Friday Walmart Costco and several other large retailers announced that they were dropping mask requirements for people who have been vaccinated I am Jackie Quinn

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FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine for Children 12 to 15 Years

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine for Children 12 to 15 Years

"Week in the race to vaccinate is the FDA authorizes the Fizer vaccine for kids 12 to 15. Mozambique, ONI says the CDC is advisory committee meets tomorrow to make specific recommendations. After that. Medical experts from the Western states Washington, Oregon, California and Nevada will meet to do a separate review the data. If all of these groups give the thumbs up, providers could be approved to start administration what's widely sometime on Thursday. It's a big deal for those of us who work with kids. I know most pediatricians are very excited about being able to vaccinate Children, the American Academy of Pediatrics says. Been looking forward to this guy at Seattle Children's Hospital when they're planning on administering shots. Two kids 12 to 15. They say they're waiting on final guidance from the Department of Health. Also, CVS Pharmacy says they are ready to vaccinate kids 12 to 15 with the Pfizer vaccine once they get that CDC recommendation.

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"cvs" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

05:18 min | 8 months ago

"cvs" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

"Probably one of the berkshires episodes when you see land smoking a screen door very like august is h county. It is very you know. He's yeah moments that don't get like a lot of airtime. I think all of those are that. But like i mean i know like don't tell me about it's about tom. It's about tom on t shirts across america. But there is something for that scene with. Jules talking about how her dad might be dying and lowlands like bethany called me a slut and is like sometimes things are more important. She's like my dad is dying and shoot so means they bring back she was. I like tar give enough time. I guess that Yeah there's so much and you work is like so far reaching anything with our x was gray. It's the old days like ramona brooklyn. It's like a dirty rag. Yeah meanwhile probably house today that would cause millions It was great. And then obviously like sonia saying like i party with john. John john john jet or being. There's one there's one sonia seen. And i think either season six or seven and ramona is like talking here about something. It's like the one normal roman moment but then sonya's off you know how they every season they pick a character to like kind of like zing off the rails a little and then everyone just reacts so. I'm the biggest comedian you know in your life. I've been a comedian for twenty five years. I've been on broadway and ramona's like no. You know you have had that like that. It's not true moments even ramona. How severe like this is real. I was like you guys. If you liked even a shred of what we're talking about like you have to go. Listen to sexy unique podcasts. And just i mean. Laura i love you. I love every episode. You've ever done. But for the purpose of this episode scroll and anytime carry as a guest and especially going through tough sicilian bitches or houses salt lake city. It is some of the funniest most calming content. I have consumed for me. You know because like housewives is my safe-space so i thank you so much for your working. Your service thank you caroline. Let's move before we go before we go. I need you to you can pick any housewife from any city from any era. If you're going to choose them choose your fighter. Who do you pack so kill for me. I mean to everyone else has to go. You can save one. You can take one on the lookout. Is someone doing murder that would be caroline she'd whack. I'm to the murders my family. Tell you mind.

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"cvs" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

04:21 min | 8 months ago

"cvs" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

"Like the normal fabulous was like almost a little bit and pine sol really was always my go-to and then in this time. I just became really hyper aware of smells. Because i was smelling it all the time and i think pine sol really became like unbearable to me. Like if i had it to save react reacting really had this kind of visceral reaction to it where i felt like oppressed by. Ah felt too much. It was too it. Stung me kind of i. Really turn my back on pine sol. And i'm never going to be a pint sol grogan now justin firm like is fabulous so paying you for this. Appear to be if they'd like to all about it please. No this is all like. I'm fully you like doing this. 'cause i love that now. Do you fear though. Because of your love fabulous oh and the volume at which you purchase it and the speed at which you use it. Do you ever fear that when you are like an elder and your niece and nephew ask you about this time and you smell the smell fabulous. Oh will you be transported back to a pandemic probably great. I mean i'm i'm like. Yeah i mean this is good smell like hospital moment. I mean this is your salt lake city. Yeah like it will be like say. I smell like fabulous so that was very rough time for me. i needed. Nephew are gonna show me. They're like departments or something. When i'm in my fifties and i'm just gonna smell it and be like like leave and they're gonna be like oh carry. What's.

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"cvs" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

05:33 min | 8 months ago

"cvs" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

"Definitely one of the last show that at all and l. a. Which is fucking crazy. 'cause we were like this. I mean it was. The roxie was cool but like we were just like it wasn't like we're not seeing like major players. Say i want to say for those of you who don't smell sexy unique. Podcast lottery. Shane halls sort of venture started as a vanderpump rules. Recap and commentary and it is one of the funniest podcast ever and it. I and i love laura. We've we've never met. I love her work. I will say like one of the first times they listened to it. I was like this episode like two and a half hours. Like what are we talking about. But it was honestly the most fun two and a half hours. I laugh all the time but what. She does what she ended up doing. Was she sort of spun out her brand to do like rear watches of different bravo shows. And like you know. Going into real housewives and kerry and laura started doing what it like in twenty one thousand nine hundred. I yeah i like. I started coming on like a like. She's she would have guest. Host co come onto to recap like sexiest podcasts. Or to venables. And then i started coming on and then we just kind of vibe and they spun off and they started doing a rewatch lake kind of branch. Podcast called sexy unique podcast tough sicilian bitches which recapped the early seasons of real housewives of new jersey. Which is absolutely hands down my favorite television in the world. There's no way like you. You were like in our tax compost. I was like you your knowledge of that show is like peerless and i would say scholar of caroline. Manzo islam's jelly karen. I are are very much of new jersey house bill. We've seen seasons one through five especially. She's a big season six-person multiple times. I can quote it. I love. I could tell you like every i could i could verbatim repeat every single episode back to you. But the best part of listening to you guys recap it as a. I can see every single scene happening in my head but your impressions of the housewives are spot on. Yeah her good carolina do your do. You can't tell me that. Carolina carolina role is one of three point. Five we're having a good time and lockdown. It's all about family. Thank out my chickens. Have come back to the roost. All my chickens under one roof makes me really happy. I gotta say family. If you don't have family you don't got nothin'.

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"cvs" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

05:32 min | 10 months ago

"cvs" Discussed on The Journal.

"This episode of the journal is brought to you by change. Healthcare who's platform powers did and analytic solutions to connect payers and providers helping facilitate billions of healthcare transactions processed trillions in claims and share relevant data for smarter clinical decisions. It's how they're making the health care experience better for everyone chain healthcare insight innovation transformation. Learn more at change healthcare dot com slash the journal in october. Cvs got a government contract to distribute vaccines in long term care facilities. Can you tell us what that's gonna look like over. Thirty thousand long-term care facilities have selected. Cvs as their partner and then they also have fairly large staffs so we expect. This could be you know upwards of about three million folks. We have committed that we will do at least three clinics within each of these long term care facilities the first and second to give the first dose in the booster and then the third clinic to really be able to offer to any patients who were admitted in between our first and second clinic. That booster shot. How many people does cvs have working on keeping track of the bureaucratic piece of this a lot and listen. We've got my team in retail pharmacy. We've got our partners and operations and then our field organization right that the folks who managed the stores manage the pharmacies and the pharmacists and technicians. Themselves that's gonna be thousands of people. When do you hope to finish the entire process for this population for long term care the start dates are going to be rolling based on individuals state decisions but we would expect that from the date we start in any given jurisdiction it will take us about six to eight weeks to vaccinate fully the vast majority of the population meaning. We will have their first and their second dose complete both for the long term care contract and for the general population. How are you thinking about the potential financial benefits for cvs yet. Listen you know. Cms which is the center for medicaid and medicare services has released that they'll be providing administration fee for the doses themselves and that administration fee is very much in line with what we get for other vaccines that we administer and our agreements with federal government. Don't have any other financial component to them other than that per shot administrative fee. What can the experience of immunizing people at long term care facilities teach us about the wider vaccine distribution for the general population. Listen this is going to be our first experience handling these particular products and they are in line with what we would see from other specialty medications other vaccines that we've handled in the past. And so i think that you know that will create efficiencies in the process of administration just having people get those reps for the broader population right. It's i anticipate that right now. You're seeing a lot of vaccine hesitancy across the country. But i anticipate that as more and more people in these first phases get back whether that be in the long term care facilities or the healthcare workers and the rest of the population sees that. Hey people are okay after getting this vaccine and we're starting to actually see infection rates drop in those populations. I think that's going to help to remove a lot of that vaccine hesitancy as well. When are you gonna get vaccinated. I will get vaccinated as soon as i am. Eligible to get activated. Like i trust the process. I've been able to hear from some of the experts on this. And i have full confidence that you know i will be safe getting one of these vaccines and that is the right thing to do. So as soon as you know. I'm in a population that is eligible to get it. I'm getting that vaccine. So what are the stakes for. Cvs right now in getting vaccine distribution. Right look i think this is one of the largest mobilizations. That we've ever undertaken has company. And i also think it's one of the most purpose driven operations that we've ever undertaken the health crisis of our lifetime so to be able to play a role in ending that is a huge responsibility and the huge opportunity. So this is a calling that we wanna make sure we get.

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"cvs" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

05:40 min | 10 months ago

"cvs" Discussed on The Journal.

"Change healthcare dot com slash the journal. Ooh can you believe that the day is almost here that you can actually start distributing covert vaccine. I can't believe it it's been you know a huge part of my life and my focus over the last several months some of that very exciting some of the very nerve wrecking and some of the early data from the manufacturers is really encouraging so hopefully this is our path back to normalcy in addition to working on back distribution. Chris cox is cvs liaison to operation warp speed. That's the government's supercharged. Effort to create and distribute a vaccine. He's been in their weekly meetings about vaccine distribution. Since may personally it must have been pretty exciting to be an operation warp speed meetings like here. is this pandemic. the nation is crushed by it. All shut down. But you're at the table looking for a solution. You are absolutely right. I mean definitely exciting in. Its despite all the nerve wrecking elements and the uncertainty of the different elements. There is something that is really rewarding and fun candidly about being able to be on the inside. Your neighbors must always want to talk to you. Definitely and my parents did it. Feel strange to plan distribution months before there was a prospect of a vaccine being approved. I think when you think about the magnitude of the effort and you think about the impacts that the pandemic is having on the country. I think you know the goal was. Let's be ready to go on day. One let's have the plans in place so that we can be as efficient as possible. What are some of the challenges you're planning for the biggest challenge throughout the entire effort to me has been the number of unknowns right and just number of scenarios that we had to be planning for. We didn't know was one vaccine going to be more effective than the other one going to work for one population and not the other. We didn't know exactly how we were going to need to transport the doses until more recently so for us it's been an effort and scenario planning thinking through what are all the various scenarios that could occur and then what will be monitoring for our supply chain challenges in you expect the processes to be you know well honed and ready to go. Chris has worked at cvs for over a decade but he isn't a public health expert. He's a corporate executive and part of his job was to make the case to the government. The private pharmacies should provide the vaccine. I mean number one. Look we've got thirty thousand pharmacists sixty thousand pharmacy technicians who sit in almost every community within the united states they are trained to be able to give vaccines and then think about the backhand right. We've got systems in place that number one helped to ensure that people are given the proper medication which is really key here for these vaccines because when you get one dose of one of the vaccines you have to get the same manufacturer for your second dose. So you know when you think about what. It's going to require to get this vaccine now. We are a channel that can get it out to a broad number of people really quickly and really efficiently with all of that combined. You know we're gonna play a huge role here. Why is cbs. The company that americans should trust with the covid vaccine. Listen i mean i. I think because the most trusted professions in the united states at the top of the list are pharmacists and nurses. And we've got almost thirty thousand pharmacists and we've got over three thousand nurse practitioners in our in our cvs pharmacies in our minute clinics and we fell over a billion medications every year. And then when you think about vaccines we have been providing vaccines for over a decade. So this is part of core capability and it's part of what people already trust us to do. So the government has given cvs several contracts to help distribute the covid vaccine. Can you paint us a picture of what that might look like at a. Cvs store is going to be pretty simple right because you will have already major appointment online or you know for folks who don't have digital access. We will have the ability to do that through eight hundred number. But you'll come in. You can either check in on your mobile device or check in at the pharmacy. The pharmacist will come out from behind the counter with a hand held device much like an iphone or android and the have vaccine itself. And then they'll ask you to roll up your sleeve and give your shot.

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"cvs" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"cvs" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"More traditional delivery. This is one thing domino's and Amazon have used last mile drones none of. Of It's widespread. This is a very viable model. If Say New York City, where decide to shut down some of its streets, except for commercial traffic, this might make sense in in Florida where there are a ton of gated enclosed closed communities full of older people, so all the drone would have to do is Get through the gate and then it could make deliveries. There's use for this, but this is not going to be the widespread way. CVS sends prescriptions out. Although one of the things. I read in this story. Is that and I know that CVS has a big footprint. I didn't realize it was this big one of the stats from neuro is that seventy six percent of people in the United States live within five miles of CVs pharmacy. Over I overstated the number a little bit earlier, but it still stunning. I mean that's an astonishing number and. To your point, this is something that if this test goes well. Does, it rolled out nationwide. Probably not, but this is the sort of thing that they can cherry pick locations. Across the country and say yeah. If you live in this zip code here, they're. All three time zones. Not To pick on Alaska and Hawaii. Yes, okay, yeah, also. What is it six time zones I? Guess we have in the United States if we're going. I'm just thinking continental United States you know what I meant in. I don't know this. This is going to be really interesting test to watch because I do think. If this goes well for CVS, they have a lot of optionality in terms of where they can roll this out Chris. There's a lot of hurdles here because these are prescription drugs when. Delivering to my building and theory that drone could pull up and just leave everything and the front desk. Person could put them in the Amazon lockers. This is much like getting an instant liquor delivery. You actually have to go up to the drone and scan your license, and then it scans you to make sure you're actually you so with INSTA-. My wife can pick it up. It doesn't have to be me in. In the case of this, there are some headaches that person who's ill and older in Florida might not be able to go to the door to get their prescription, so there's a little bit of a gimmick here, but if you look at this, it's just one tool at CVs as disposal there at the forefront and it's it's an interesting case to watch, but again it's not going to be a widespread thing. But in terms of the economics, hot like you imagine cvs. If this goes well, do you imagine this just becomes sort of an added cost that they tack on and pass along to the consumer because the I can't imagine this is an prime. This isn't hey. Pay This annual fee and we'll just lobby and all this other stuff. So there would be some sort of fee attached to it, wouldn't it yeah I would assume a four ninety nine know sorta like a Grub? Hope kind of model, but I also see like so I live in a building with about three hundred fifty units, and maybe a third of the people are elderly. CVS could probably fill up. One drone CVs about a mile down the road or one autonomous vehicle. Tell people. We're going to be at the building at eleven o'clock..

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"cvs" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"cvs" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

"The likelihood that the principal is going to go. I'm going to take a look at this this person rather than going. I really like this group. Because this group will be the ones that rose purely in his his protocol. But you know he might be pushing aside others on including some of the language so. I can't go into it too deeply right now. Suffice to say that there's there are ways of writing Catholic with some words that speak to more people and give give the vision of what you've got an actually give them a better feeling about you based on the woods that you put in that been set from broad strokes used names you know show interest and because the idea is to get your in the door and get an interview. So the the the portfolio the cover letter is a vehicle to to get into the interview. That's a whole different beast gives once I can see you and meet you zoom meeting nowadays. But it's all about getting your foot in the door for an interview so they've got a cover letter that is personalized. That's been well researched. That's in the name of the principle and his about their town. It's it's is using the correct credit. If you like that it's GonNa you know dairy it's GonNa use all three predicates. Yeah Okay because you know there are no typos somebody to read it. You know. Get your punctuation right. You know. We're scientists right. I haven't really written anything since I was a UNI unique. You used to writing alone. I mean not as you probably right you probably type and we got Gramley and stuff like US DOT COM use I. It's it's not. It's really not acceptable to have a loan of mistakes in the. Let's an mindful of time because everyone push that what about the portfolio because that's the new thing new portfolios I mean. I'm going to talk a little bit in the video. About what since. I'm going to just show my portfolio and what that involves but why are you looking for in a portfolio nowadays? Let's imagine you've got one hundred. Cds SUPPORT FAILURES HALF OF THEM. You can dismiss because they say dentist or whatever the others you don't get a good feel for but a lot of these are going to be identical qualified in. Twenty nineteen twenty twenty one for example in this Abacha there one dentists. They've all got the same. Mflops OR WHATEVER. What are you looking for in a portfolio? That's going to speak to you so if I'm looking to recruit somebody of that age of that experience group ages relevant but the experiences that just completing. Dft Don't expect as a folio. Let's full of full mouth. Rehab and this that and the other because quite honestly you know I anybody that is overreaching or or effectively bragging. I'm I'm mindful of the ECON- be that good after year right you can have the right mindset of. I'm the best that I can be the moment and I wanted to be better. That's what I'm looking for. I'm looking for somebody that I can at that at that level of experience. I'm looking for somebody that I can work with the mental unhealth and be that for not expecting somebody to come in. I wouldn't personally be expected somebody just to come in and hit the ground running. I think that's for me personally. That's unrealistic for somebody that is effectively a year qualified. And you can't possibly have been exposed to all of all of it in a year so I want a portfolio that demonstrates what they've dog but also I quite like it when you tell me what you could do better because the whole thing about dentistry all my life is it's a constant never ending journey of learning and improving on of the mindset. There's no such thing as failure only feedback and if you say you know this is a case that I did at on my next case. I would like to improve this by doing this this this. I'm thinking you know about scrape. You don't think that you'll the bee's knees in the bill and an endo what you're doing is you're flexing back 'cause you now. We do need to reflect and sick demonstrate the reflection demonstrate the as the humble and the you all looking to improve things things because we all should be even twenty five years qualified. I should still be an I am reflecting back. How could have am of improve that? Why areas what I like to grow I like a portfolio that demonstrates.

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"cvs" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"cvs" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Spent ten years in my life studying their banking system their financial system. And now how they operate. I'm looking at China's grand strategy and I've spent a lot lot of my own capital in time dealing with some of the most ridiculous issues that are in the marketplace. It is insane that. US Tax payers are backing the World Bank to lend money to a country again. That's advanced as China. The World Bank is supposed to be lending to poor nations that have aggrieved populations populations that have vulnerable populations and we're trying to help lift people up out of poverty. China's got more millionaires around the world. That almost anyone and they are a ravaged ravid consumer of many of the world's top brands and as we all know the largest strategic military competitor in the world that the US has and for some reason we keep keep giving them billions of dollars. Hey Easy I want to thank you for your today. It's good to see you good to see opiates stranger and today Republican Congressman Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio joined US ahead of the hearing scheduled this afternoon. That's on his new. Bill called the ACCOUNTABILITY FOR WORLD BANK LOANS TO CHINA ACT. Let's talk about what you think is happening here. Hi Why. Why do you think that China's still continuing to get loans from the World Bank even though it clearly doesn't meet the guidelines that have been laid out well one of China's strategies development goals also is to essentially influence in some ways take over many of our international institutions? And I think they've done an incredible job at the World Bank. Frankly what they have done internationally or nationally not just in the. US is basically forced people to make a trade and save you want access to our markets which are enormous. You have to play by our rules. And as part of that what that is staying in the World Bank as a member of that can draw loans to me it makes no sense whatsoever why the US tax payer should be backing subsidized discounted rates to the Chinese government so that they can continue their development model which is unbelievably oppressive but also damaging to our economy and our country. How serious do you? I think the United States is your your fellow lawmakers in terms of pulling back holding from pulling back support for the World Bank if this continues well the one something that I think is helpful is that we're getting strong. Leadership from the administration on the China issue specifically and it has bipartisan support. Your even Chuck Schumer support certain things so right now. We introduced our bill a couple of weeks ago. And we're just rounding up co-sponsors. I suspect that we'll be able to turn this into a bipartisan initiative. Time will tell. Things are odd in Congress these days but But having said that I am optimistic at because I haven't heard much pushback at all on on the fundamentals of the bill and and frankly I think the World Bank issue is one. That's it's just not on a lot of people's radar came onto my radar as I started researching ways inside of the Financial Services Committee to push back on Chinese influence and this was the most obvious one and the most glaring being whole That we had in our system and so we went for it and I think others will jump on board as well congressman. I'm glad to hear you say that. This seems like this sort of bill that Elizabeth Warren and president trump could agree on. Are you in your private conversations optimistic that there will be that bipartisan support. Because without that it's it's dead on arrival. Yeah I am now. We did have an interesting fight in the committee on the sandbank with respect to China and I was a little disappointed that some of my colleagues on the other side of the aisle while weren't more enthusiastic about putting some provisions in there but this is a different issue and I think this is more obvious issue and so by the World Bank's own rules. China was supposed to graduate years ago that the limit is sixty nine hundred dollars in gross national income China's near ten thousand today day. There's no reason why they shouldn't graduate of. But they've influenced the World Bank to such a degree from an HR standpoint but also just politically they haven't graduated and so I think we need to make sure that they do. Here's what I don't understand. I mean this seems like such a clear cut case. These are the rules. According to the rules they shouldn't be getting these these loans. How complicated is it to clear that up and and for those who are defending this? What what is their argument? Well so there's a second provision which says that on top of the gross national income threshold they have to have developed markets and sophisticated markets in China saying. Hey wait a minute are markets. Aren't sophisticated enough. We can't graduate now. I think that's a horrible argument. Considering the fact that they have two different development banks that compete directly with the World Bank not to mention how develop their economy so they pass the the data threshold of sixty nine hundred mark. But they also pass in my estimation on the sophistication Margaret gets it's laughable that they would try to make that argument but they have support in the international community inside the World Bank for just that I don't think it's crazy. What what will it mean if they can no longer get loans? What will I UH-HUH SO money's fungible right and so if they can draw discounted rates from the World Bank that means that they can deploy capital elsewhere? And so what this would do I believe is it would cut off a particular capital source. That is it that they acquire at a discounted rate enforce them in some ways to play by the rules of the national order. In addition they use their status at the World Bank at to influence the WTO. And so. I think you'd have fallen effects. Not just at the World Bank but also so inside of the WTO that to get them again to play by the rules that they've agreed to themselves which they keep breaking. I want to buy some futures on you. You know about at this guy. He's a slot receiver. He's the art. The Ohio State University Number One all PAC ten Indianapolis close close dictate. Yeah Yeah sorry all big ten. Sorry I meant Picton I I was just looking at it I am and then you go to the Patriots after the colts spellcheck like not very nice because you were very long. But he said he said if this I'm going to Stanford Business School which and then you did that. Bill Belichick was the first person I told was retiring from the NFL. He cut me brought me in and actually had a smile on my face. Smile honestly coach. I'm injured I'm going to go back to school staffers. Good Lord. I love talking sports on this show. And so so you see Ohio state last night. North Carolina thirty points. I had Ohio state twenty dollars. Anyway we gotta go congressman. Then we'll have you on again. Thank you the salt of the Earth Mid West. Ohio's you're not from Ohio. A lot to learn. I think you have them remedial thank you next. Robots are they coming to take our jobs away. The founder of a firm that educates workers on artificial intelligence says maybe in in order to Ethically and constructively use machines and use machine learning. We'd better learn the technology squats. We'll be right back SH- finally today. Robots by twenty twenty to fifty four percent of all employees will lead reskilling or significant retraining. Just to do their jobs. That's according to the world. Economic for so many companies are investing in educating their workforce force on these job skills things like cloud computing web development. And it's not just in Silicon Valley. Amazon is retraining. One hundred thousand employees across fulfillment centers and stores. It paps Kmart is training its workforce in cloud. McDonald's is testing a in the drive through. Today we heard from the founder of one company capitalizing on the need for education Here's Becky quick jobs. Friday is tomorrow and the numbers are expected to show unemployment keeping steady at a healthy rate but more and more new tech like ai is disrupting disrupting industries and the workforce so how can companies stay competitive and keep up. Our next guest says that the answer is simple by learning joining us right now is emery Sassari. She is the founder and CEO of Ama- side. Emory thanks for coming in today. Thank you so much for having me tell. People what Amazon is. Emmerson is an artificial intelligence software company. We provide learning ecosystems systems for universities and business to help people upscale and stay current. Why do we need that right now? We need to constantly as you know. We're an industry four point oh Late.

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"cvs" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"cvs" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"You. We could look at our strategy and saying we're we're really defining what Omni channel means for our health as an example. So we're pretty excited about the innovation that We have underway and in is I compare where we are today to where we were five seven ten years ago you know innovation has now become part of our DNA and you know that becomes the first part of it and then a strong execution is what brings all that life. So you know. We're we're very confident we're very excited about you. Know about the future. You know one of the questions. That often is asked as you know you. You do this. Big Mega deal. You know. There's a lot of excitement and one year later you know. Is that excitement still there. Because now oh you get different view of of what's there the complexity of what you're trying to do and I tell you that there's more excitement today than there was a year ago because the opportunities in front of us you bring up a good point though. There are always going to be things that you hadn't considered once you actually are dealing with putting together. What's what's been the thing that surprised you the most? You know what Becky the thing. I'll tell you the thing that I have been most pleased and proud of doing engagement survey with our colleagues. Every year we had a quarter quarter of a million of our colleagues this past summer participate in the survey and almost ninety percent of them understood. Our purpose are committed mid to their role in helping people on their path to better health. It's a great foundation with which to work off the fact that we've got these engaged. Employees employs that are proud of the journey that we're on and are committed to being a part of the solution. Doing their part in being part of that solution. Really smarter than you thought you know what Becky there's is you think about things that are really worth doing you know often. They're they're not that easy. And you know but again for the reason that I mentioned. We've got a very engaged workforce. We're working extremely well together. As is one organization. We're GONNA get done there. I WanNa thank you very much for joining us today. It's really a pleasure to see great to be here thanks. Here's a chance to remind you that squawk box is a three hour morning show on CNBC and here on Squawk Pod we create the best moments conversation and even breaking news like today about CEO Shuffle. All right we've got some breaking news right now. Let's get to fill Abo-. He joins us with more Phil. Becky we've got a leadership change coming at United Airlines the company announcing that CEO. Oscar Oscar Munoz Munoz. Excuse me we'll be turning over the job. As chief executive officer effective in Maimuna will be stepping down as CEO who we'll be elevated to the position of executive chairman replacing Munoz effective next May president. Scott Kirby Kirby was brought over to united from American Airlines back in two thousand and sixteen with the mandate to improve the performance of the airline to make it more profitable particularly here in North America where it was trailing its competitors just a few minutes ago both moon does and Kirby sent out a video message announcing the transition to employees plays at United. Here's what they had to say. This is meant to be a very seamless transition until May of two thousand twenty Scott and I will continue and our same roles. Doing the thing that you've seen US do before specifically from my perspective on our customer culture and importantly for you our employees we have an incredibly strong position and incredibly bright the future ahead and personally excited to spend even more time out with all of you listening to you sharing your enthusiasm for the future And together building the best airline in the history of aviation. If you're not familiar with the airline industry or with United Airlines. You might be saying well. Who is Scott Kirby the end? Why is he going to become CEO? Starting next May as I mentioned Kirby was brought to united in two thousand sixteen but the back story behind Kirby is from two thousand six to two thousand sixteen. He was the top lieutenant for Doug Parker as they turned America West into US Air US air into into American Airlines and they really racked up impressive performance. That's why mundos brought Kirby over in two thousand sixteen since then United's been on a pretty nice roll especially here in the last couple of years. So again Scott. Kirby the architect of the company's rebound he will move from president to CEO Effective Next Bay. Oscar Munoz will move from CEO to executive chairman. The Chairman of the Board of directors. Currently Jane Garvey. She will be leaving the board inmate guys back to you. I guess that's the biggest question. I mean Oscar Munoz has been on a bit of a role. I guess why now. Because he's only five years. Well look at it from the perspective of if you are the United Board of directors. You've got Scott Kirby who is. He's not the only reason that United's done well. But he's a big factor behind it. Rumors have been swirling in the airline industry that American Airlines which has been struggling this year. The stock is down. Twenty six percent rumors have been swirling that perhaps American might be interested in bringing Scott Kirby back to American Airlines. Now we put this question to the spokespeople at United and they say no. This was a case of the board and Oscar Munoz saying it's time for this transition to make it a smooth transition. This settles it for where Kirby goes I mean is. There's nothing nothing about this. So right right right and now look you know. I'm I'm sure there will be people who say look you know. American didn't reach out to cut Scott Kirby we don't know that America was going to hire Scott Kirby the numbers speak for themselves over the last couple of years united is performing much better than and it did in the past. And if you're not American maybe you're a different airline at some point you might be saying. WHO's the best person out there for us to straighten things out? If we're not doing well investors taking a look at it they're gonNA say United's up fifty percent over the last two years and Americans down fifty percent. We we like Oscar. Wh Why is he leaving and I think in obvious question that's going to get ask is is this health related and I know I mentioned that because I had a serious health care of years ago we asked that question. It is not health related. I think to an extent Oscar Munoz will look at this transition as a chance to do something very few executives. Really get a chance to do have a smooth transition -sition and perhaps take a bit of a victory lap. I mean this company guys. This was a clown. Car of ineptitude when Oscar Munoz took over. We've never seen it was time. You know. Well look I mean. They had a federal probe where they were trying to influence the New York port authority by adding to she some employees who miserable to fly that airline also lot in the last doctor Dow incident where he was dragged off a plane. You had a flight attendant telling a passenger to put their dog up and compartment and the dog died who was one bad move after another and they for a longtime guys they were known as a sleeping giant in the airline industry. They couldn't get they were the gang. That couldn't shoot straight and so as a result the trailed in providence building customer service etc.. Muna's has hit his stride. It seems like to me. And you even see him goofing around in some of the latest things with the Star Wars doing like he he looks more comfortably. Looks more relax. It seems like everything's going his way. There is no doubt that Oscar Munoz will go down when he leaves his CEO provided nothing weird happens over over the next six months he will go down as a fantastic. CEO For United Airlines in the last couple of years. There's look in the beginning all the way up through the dollars. Today it's been great. They struggle they struggle righted. The ship will be next coming up on squawk pot no no sense whatsoever. Why the US tax payer should be backing subsidized? Discounted rates to the Chinese government congressman pushing back on the World Bank and China's relationship. That's next problems. It's human nature to hate problems. But why is that after after all problems inspire us to mend things. Ben Things make things better. That's why so many people work with. Ibm On everything from city. 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"cvs" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"cvs" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Squawk Pod to CEO Stories. CVS Health's leader. Larry Merlo we have an opportunity. Putting the consumer at the center of our strategy to transform the way healthcare is delivered in our country trick and United Airlines announcing a change at the top. This was a clown. Car of ineptitude when Oscar Munoz took over hedge fund manager Kyle Bass says China doesn't need loans from the World Bank the largest strategic military competitor in the world that the US has we keep giving them billions of dollars. It's crazy and artificial intelligence change. The workforce workforce we have to use machines and use algorithms not only to learn but to conduct this. I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer it's Thursday first day December. Fifth Two Thousand Nineteen Squawk Pod figgins right now three one good morning everybody welcomed Squawk box here on CNBC. We are live from the Nasdaq market site in Times Square. I'm becky quick. Along with Joe Kernan. Andrew is off today but filling in Tom Farley. He's the CEO of far point acquisition group former president of the NYSE and CNBC contributor. Good Morning Tom. Good morning first up today on the PODCAST. CVS Health the drugstore. Giant is one year into its merger with Aetna creating a one hundred ninety five billion dollar healthcare company. That's the eighth largest in the fortune. Five hundred although it runs more than nine thousand stores the new CVS CVS health is no longer just retail. It's also a pharmacy benefits manager. One of the nation's largest insurers and runs a burgeoning chain of healthcare clinics and as is so often the case with the big companies. CBS has held talks with an activist. Investor starboard value has taken a stake in the company. We'll talk about all that. Here's Larry Merlo and yes he started as is a pharmacist. CEO OF CVS health. Larry it's great to see you right to be here becky. So where are you just over a year end you know what has been a terrific year. The Integration Gratien of the two companies has gone very. Well I in many respects. Were ahead of schedule. On many of the integration activities and as a result the synergy dollars associated associated with integration is ahead of plan and at the same time we begun. The transformation journey were bringing innovative products and services to market The most visible side of that the health clubs They've gotten off to a great start in Houston and we've laid a solid foundation for growth in in the years to come in The credit for this goes to our three three hundred thousand colleagues. They're absolutely committed to our vision or strategy and they're working hard to bring it to life. Where are you ahead of expectations? In terms of in terms of the combination factors factors into what the there were many many synergy activities in terms of combining the companies as it relates to the back office pharmacy programs and priorities. And those are the things that have garnered A lot of momentum and ahead of ahead of plan there and again. We're excited with With what's happening with the health clubs and in some of the other products that That we have in pilot and In the response we're getting from our customers. The stock over the course of the year has is not performed strongly but you have picked up pretty sharply over the last nine months and if we compared to what's been happening with walgreens shares. It's a much different story. They've been under quite a bit of pressure as there's been concerns concerns about what's happening in the pharmacy so it does look from that relative perspective like you guys made the right move by pivoting. What have you heard from starboard when they came in what? What are the conversations that they've started? Well Becky I'm not gonNA comment on market speculation. What I will say is we have a regular dialogue with our investors? We certainly appreciate Their their input and You know in their feedback and look I think. Investors see the momentum in the business. We've had three consecutive quarters where we've where we beat expectations and they're seeing tangible signs of our vision coming to life with things like the health ups and you know we had an investor. Yesterday in early June we laid out our strategy and more important the path forward over the next three years and the stock spin up about forty percent since that meeting. Larry when I I look at your stock your trading more with the AETNA purchase your trading more like a united healthcare trading as as opposed to a drugstore company. How should investors at home think about your company and how to value well Tom? We are a healthcare company. Today that journey began many years ago and we celebrated five years. Here's this past September of eliminating the sale of tobacco. was there with you. I was on the Stock Exchange for third. We rang the bell. It was it was a great day and at a day day that made us all proud was fun and we look back. You know five years ago. It was absolutely the right decision. It's open doors for partnership for acquisitions. Obviously Asleep the pinnacle of that is the acquisition and We are healthcare company today and and we have an opportunity putting the consumer at the center of our strategy you to transform the way healthcare is delivered in our country of of CVS moved very quickly in terms of saying they weren't going to sell tobacco. I remember at the time that was a little bit of a controversial move although so it has seemed to pay dividends for. Cvs what do you think about. What's happening with vaping right now becky? It's a great question and I can remember the question we got back then was well. Will you carry the e cigarettes and yeah I remember going into A A retail establishment that was selling the products and and I saw the device vice with the Hello Kitty logo in the bubble gum flavored liquid. And you know it it absolutely raise the question in terms of we'll wait a minute. What are we doing here and five years later we see what has happened? post the tobacco announcement. We started a campaign. We are working with community partners. Be the first create the first tobacco free generation. We've made a lot of progress. We have more than two hundred college and university campuses that are tobacco free today as a result of that program. But you vaping is taking us backwards you see some of the statistics vaping up more than seventy percent with school aged children and I saw some stats recently. That more within seventy percent of high school students that are vaping will turn to tobacco upon graduation. So we've got a reverse try to really the tough one you know. Why because as an anti nanny stater I'm just drawn to wanting to regulate vaping and I feel like my like I'm going against this is different for yeah? This is totally your kids. That's what I mean marketing to kids and become a nanny state. That's like a one exception into the role in Ken. langone man Bloomberg. I know. But you're right it's like we would just get off the nicotine from the delivery system of the cigarette and now when you were found a new delivery system for nicotine flavors like Cotton Candy. It's just Joe. The challenge in in the problem is. We're we're seeing it play out you know with some of the tragedies that have been you know unfortunately well publicized as you know we don't know the longitude no effect of these products and and and if something has to be done Larry as an investor I'd think about that move to eliminate tobacco products. I think it was courageous. I like the deal. The last six or nine months have been fabulous abuse But yet the stock is down over five year periods. So talk to us about the Amazon risk. Talk to us about the risks of the business and as an investor as we think about your say that like every sentence that's amazing what's as an investor. That's weird anyway. Okay go ahead. Sorry where how should I think about the business for a year from now or two years. Well Tom you'd think about with the customer. The consumer at the center of our strategy we spent a lot of time with our customers What are their needs? What are they frustrated with? How do we bring solutions? That in maybe set another way. How do we make sure we're not leaving? Any white space to be disrupted by other forms of competition. And you've seen a number of things in terms of You you know the the elements of how do we make You Know How do we redefine convenience and you can think of some of the things that we're doing Omni channel has you know is is a term that is probably over used to some degree bed you know in some respects.

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"cvs" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"cvs" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Now that they have in terms of how can we be more predictive if someone who is demonstrating behaviors that have not resulted in an unintended consequence but you'll we can engage in intervene with them before something unnecessary happens we should be frank also you're running a business there you want to make a prophet you wanna merger to be profitable do you see yourself packaging services for people by aetna insurance and we'll give you a discount on your drugs or whatever it might be this combination is about reducing overall health care costs and the ability to do that will allow us to bring products the market with you know lower premiums perhaps lower deductibles and that's how the system works so assuming this merger goes through and cvs and had are the same company and someone walks in the doors of a cvs store with prescription that they want filled and their insurers cigna some non at nine sharon's company are they going to pay more no steve they wouldn't in we want to make these services available broadly in the marketplace and that is not our goal our our objective as we go forward do you want to expand even further for example bring doctors on board and some fashion and the company the truth simply here in the coming months years we're going to be testing in piloting a variety of your alternatives that may include having physicians onsite uh i think that's something that we want to better understand as we go forward oh so my pharmacy might also be my doctor's office uh it potentially could be didn't you get your start as a pharmacist i did uh i started in 1978 as a pharmacist so how was the work that you were doing decades ago behind that pharmacy counter different from the work that you envision people and cvs stores doing five years from now or ten years from now there are some things that you know haven't changed over time maybe i'll start there you know the pharmacist is the most accessible health care professional today you can walk into a pharmacy all across the country you can engage in a conversation whether it's about your medication were some symptoms that you're experiencing and look for advice from the pharmacist so i think what's evolving is you know that that pharmacist can.

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"cvs" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"cvs" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"A c v s pharmacy commercial from 1990 portrays the pharmacist as a friend a confidant kitty back the school nurse at least a home today with note headlights really isn't an unusual gay or some questions private conversations that is the image forms she would prefer your actual experienced an actual pharmacy may be a before impersonal but cvs health as the company now calls itself is pushing to provide a more comprehensive service the company is buying the insurance firm aetna which we should disclose is an occasional of npr programming the ceo of cvs health larry merlo says he wants to reinvent his stores as healthcare hubs providing more consistent care to people with chronic conditions like diabetes imagine a world where that patient can walk into a cbs pharmacist uh they can engage with a nutritionist about their diet they can talk to a nurse practitioner perhaps have their blood glucose level checked talked to their pharmacist about medication and the company hopes to be more competitive in a tough industry merlo told us how he thinks aetna can help them you think about the capabilities that aetna has in terms of its ability to utilize information and you combine that with the convenience in the human touch of cbs and it gives us the opportunity to be more proactive in terms of how we engage patients and you'll help them achieve the best health possible for them what do you mean by information because if aetna as my insurer they know a lot uh their computers have a lot of information about what i've been treated for in the past about steve there's a lot of information out there you think today what we can do at cvs pharmacy that you know we know if a patient has not filled their medication on time and the fact that they haven't let's talk to the patient let's find out why so we're reacting to something after he know the events occurred link the aetna team has the ability of using the information.

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"cvs" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"cvs" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Oh walgreens in the grocery chain kroger's each have several hundred but cvs is the leader with 1100 with convenient hours in an average charge of eighty dollars cbs says it handles five million appointments a year off into tweet simple stuffed air infections the flu routine lab tests for diabetes highblood pressure but here's the big problem with minute clinics in at least for some they often don't save consumers money we found that the majority of visits did not represent replacement of an easy visit immerses of visit or doctor's office visit dr aotearoa trump is a health policy professor at harvard what does that mean it means people who otherwise would have been at home with their cold and they had chicken soup now are going and going getting care long story short moroto says people end up spending more money because they go to the minute clinic and to the doctor's office cvs wants to change that by buying aetna cvs all of a sudden has forty seven million at nick customers it can nudge into getting more of their care in the clinics with incentives for example like no co pays to treat sinus infections beyond that cvs cbs's chief medical officer joyon brennan says the company planned to create what it calls healthcare hobbs where people can get fitted for glasses their hearing tested warm by walker well we wanna do is begin to convert the stores over time a relatively rapidly into places where people can get concierge services related to their health so that we have a full picture of their healthcare in that we can help guide them but that's not all cvs wants the company is also going after a healthcare gold mine people with chronic conditions responsible for eighty percent of healthcare spending simply cvs can make more money controlling diabetes than treating sore throat but these patients often have longterm relationships with their specialists which they want to maintain says dr alan cory a consultant with willis towers watson said.

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"cvs" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"cvs" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"Kilmer says uh that those patients would kind of do what they're supposed to they would take their medicines they would exercise they would change their diet uh they would come in for test and so forth on us a scale scheduled a experts think is good for them as i said most of these coordinated care mechanisms heretofore have been organized with the nucleus as either a hospital system or a group of doctors here the idea is to have the drugstore be the place that would build in part on the in a minute clinics that are already there the retail clinics in impart part on the pharmacist in many other countries the pharmacists that actually a major player and giving people advice on how to manage their health conditions and the idea here is parked give more overall that uh and uh uh and the end as well cbs it's but has both the assetliability these bricks and mortar stores it doesn't want those people going to amazon uh for for their drugs although robes cvs care mark will mail order you drugs too but they they want to keep traffic in the store i guess the question is how successful has cvs health been with those minute clinics in general because obviously they are seen as a way to to a degree in some cases bypass having to go into the hospital uh but but it's it's not a be all end all and a lot of situations no they have not yet become a cash cow one of the things they do is they just bring customers in they bring in traffic on that so you can stop on your way in by your deodorant and soap and everything else um so aid this enlarged vision may be will be different if they can really get involved in managing chronic disease but there are already on that road so what will they be able to do now that they're not already doing that's a question mark don't were also the part of the problem with these clinics is they make healthcare more convenient so from the point of view of insurance trying to.

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"cvs" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"cvs" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Businesses drug or probably going to make their opinion known if not publicly certainly quietly to regulators against this deal i'm assuming united health is one because this would the resulting company here would would i don't wanna say would dwarf united healthy wouldn't but it would surpass united health which is currently the largest ensuring the us i would put walgreens on that list do if i'm walgreens i'm probably terrified of at this deal yes and now on it depends on what you think they result is going to be of the merger in i they claim that they're going to have a ton of synergies and echoing galata leverage all this data and have a sticky relationship with different customers i don't know if i really by i mean for example there's been a lot of talk about how now when you go into the walk and clinics ncd cds you can get somebody that's i very handson i can take care of you and then on your way out you'll be able to go pick up your prescriptions and also pick up some of the other thing that cd cells in the front end of the store and a as as an aetna customer you'll be incentivized to do that but uh is currently i have united healthcare insurance and i can still go to these clinics and uncovered so i'm not really sure why i might be even more incentivizing maybe i get an extra discount at cvs stores allah unless there's a reason why unitedhealthcare's patients wouldn't want to go to these men and clinics anymore i don't really get why you in each would be against the steel show looks for the sake of argument assume the pessimists arrived that this deal gift blocked do you anticipate cvs going after another ensure a smaller insurance who do you.

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"cvs" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"cvs" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"This episode of market foolery is brought to you by casper asleep brand the continues to revolutionize it line of products to create an exceptionally comfortable sleep experience one nighta time get fifty dollars off any mattress purchase by visiting caspercomfool and using the promo code fool at checkout it's monday december forth welcomed alert forward i'm chris l joining me in studio it's the host of industry focus one of the house of industry focus christine harshest thanks for being here things i me chris the news ferry showed up on sunday as some of you might have seen in the form of a massive healthcare deal cvs buying aetna for the tidy sum of sixty nine billion dollars and that's why the host of the healthcare addition of industry focus is in the studio with me there's a lot to get to with this deal so let me start with this when you saw the news what was the first thing that went through your mind i was like oh that finally it has been reported i was going to say rumored but it has been reported for weeks now that these two have been talking yep yeah these details are not really not surprising at all even the fact that cds is looking to do a deal like this not surprising at all we've known for awhile now that management's looking at 2017 as a rebuilding year for cbs and they've pretty heavily foreshadowed that aquisition was going to come at some point sell here it is so who's excited about this deal because at the moment shares a cvs down a little bit shares of essentially flat so there's not the we've seen plenty of mergers and acquisitions smaller than this but we sheen plenty in 2017 where both stocks are up it is viewed by investors as a winwin so who's excited about this deal.

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