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"leslie wexner" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"The Bible he says to God, forbid from the how would you? Do Justice injustice when God said, he was going to kill all the people have Saddam. Abraham said, what if there are fifty innocent people God agreed with him if Abraham can defend the sentences. Saddam. Can Defend Jeffrey Epstein Ajay Simpson and Klaus Von. Bulow. So where do you go? Where do you go next with this case to clear your name? Well I'm going to be in court we're going to litigate. We're going to have jurors make the decision they'll hear all the evidence. The evidence is overwhelming. We have emails from her essentially sanction ever heard of me. Who is this guy? Somebody had to tell her who I was. I'm the guy who defended class from bulow. They made a movie about it. Go reversal of fortune. You should put him in your book because she'll help you sell your book we have that email. She puts me in the book that she puts me in the book as somebody she did not have sex with what could be clear how they can even bring this lawsuit is absolutely shocked. So whose spine what value said why is that happening? David boies is behind it. He is a lawyer who's had more ethics charges than any prominent lawyer in modern American history he's been charged with so many violations of. Of, legal ethics he is behind it he has been funding it. He was hoping to use me as a lever to extort. A billion dollars from Leslie Wexner here the facts they accused me in public at the same time they accused me in public go too Leslie Wexner in private and they say we can do to you what we've done to shorts. We can accuse you of having sex with this woman who you probably never met, and if you don't want to be accused, there are ways of resolving this. So that's one of the issues you have evidence of that. We do we have evidence that that they met at about the same time we have evidence that she accused the same woman accused Leslie Wexner not only of having sex with multiple occasions but making her wear Victoria's secret lingerie can you imagine what that would have done to the company if it had been exposed at the head of the company Leslie Wexner ahead of Victoria secret was making a young woman wear Victoria's secret lingerie to have sex with him..

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on 20/20

"I first met Jeffrey Epstein in Nineteen Ninety Five, so I'm twenty five years old. I had just graduated from New York Academy of art and All. The students have a show. He went to shake my hand and he said you're so talented. I love your painting. This is the painting that just obscene purchase the night I met him. It didn't take long after the first connection. Jeffrey I've seen offered Maria farmer job. Maria was initially hired to collect art for. Quickly morphs into a role where she signing guests in the front entrance of his town home, which is one of the largest private homes in Manhattan I really kind of admired him because he would tell the story about growing up in Coney Island, and how he created this entire empire that he had built. Epstein did not grow up with money. He grew up in a working class household. Epstein had a reputation for being extremely intelligent and gifted at math. Puzzles. A strange feeling you get. The right edge hustle never graduated from college. However, he was able because of his intelligence to find work at the Dalton. School on the Upper East side in Manhattan. Dalton is a private school in the upper east side that's historically been associated with the tippety top of the one percent, and he found what I think was brilliant way to meet rich people which is through their children. epsteins rise begins at this school. He manages to use that as a springboard to get a job at best Here's a guy who is smart charming hunting. He knew how to read people and get what he needed from them. During his time at bear stearns, he had met a client of bear. Stearns name Leslie Wexner. Epstein Mr Wexner become really close friends in those early years and Leslie. WEXNER is a billionaire. He's the founder of the limited company. The Brown wakes them as much dissociate with Victoria's secret. An Epstein ultimately began managing millions of dollars in wealth for not just Mr, wexner but prison tire family, and they're fortunate now. Exactly what he did with that money is unclear. Driven scenes relationship with les. Wexner change assist financial situation. It becomes this ultra rich mega rich guy. It's not long after Epstein starts working for Wexner that he begins to acquire the some fast portfolio of luxury properties around the world. Worth of. Epstein than meets this woman who becomes pivotal in his life. Her name is Galina Maxwell. He met her through a mutual friend in new. York Galina Maxwell is the daughter of disgraced media tycoon named Robert Maxwell Robert Maxwell on the daily. News owned a bunch tabloids in London. GOING MAXWELL MEETS EPSTEIN AT A. Time in her life. Her father has just passed away. He was discovered dead after falling off their yacht and she's also in financial struggles, len has. Social Entree. To many of the world's most powerful and richest. Families NBC on Earth. This video from nineteen ninety two, and it's taken at mar a lago in the foreground. You See Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein and in the background. There's filling maxwell. She had a lot of connections, but she had no money Jeffrey. Epstein had a lot of money, but he had no connections and so they developed this bond where. Each had something that the other one needed. By most accounts, their boyfriend and girlfriend. Pretty loosely, because certainly they had a very open relationship Keelan was one hundred percent the Lady of the House that Jeffries. Rea- farmer in a lawsuit alleges while she was working the front door at Epstein Townhouse. She started seeing things that concerned her. Involving Epstein and Glean. Maximum Keelan Maxwell would go out on these drives to procure models. She say these are the new byles I. Need a new.

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Victoria's Secret to be sold and become private company

Morning Edition

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Victoria's Secret to be sold and become private company

"The parent company of Victoria's secret is selling control of the laundry brand in a one point one billion dollar deal according to multiple reports this morning parent company L. brands is a public company the deal would take Victoria's secret private market place is just how is following this just in why is L. brands trying to offload Victoria's secret yeah Victoria's secret is this brand that dominated fashion and culture for years and like a lot of other mall change its sales have been falling last quarter alone sales drops twelve percent of the company's been closing stores L. brand stock is down seventy three percent over the five past five years and part of this is the decline of malls and you know the way retailers changing but it's also the image Victoria's secret promoted over the years now think of the marketing the uniformity of its models the fashion show which got canceled last year more recently the companies made efforts to look more inclusive you know research shows consumers want that but other brands were just quicker to modernize this way that's not the only problem Victoria's secret is face is not right there is a big New York times investigation this year into the culture at Victoria's secret the report described bullying misogyny harassment within the company and a lot of criticism has centered on its C. E. O. Leslie Wexner scrutiny over the culture he presided over and also his close ties to Jeffrey apps the reports today say Wexner is expect this that expected to step down who's the buyer what we know about them well this private equity company called sycamore partners and it focuses on consumer and retail brands brands are often trouble the company on staples and has brought it brought up several other flagging multi chains in the past the limited the Erekle stall even hot topic market plus marketplaces Justin health thank you

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Stocks end mixed, with earnings reports offset by lingering coronavirus worries

Sean Hannity

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Stocks end mixed, with earnings reports offset by lingering coronavirus worries

"The major averages ending love session highs in closing mix market slipping today following the fed's rate decision chair Jerome house comments the federal reserve leaving its benchmark interest rate unchanged to a range of one and a half and one and three quarters percent reaffirming that it remains in a holding pattern the Dow winners today apple Boeing McDonald's the Dow decliners United health three M. and Disney the Dow rising twelve points the nasdaq up five S. and P. five hundred down three and Google said it was temporarily shutting down all of its China offices due to the corona virus outbreak and another big mover today on Wall Street Victoria's secret parent L. brands jumping thirteen percent after the Wall Street journal reported its chief executive Leslie Wexner is in discussions to step aside and is exploring strategic alternatives for the lingerie

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"The washington post she holds billionaire leslie wexner that chair and CEO of victoria's secret parent company responsible for what happened to her maria farmer says she was staying at one of west there's properties in ohio in the summer of nineteen ninety-six when epstein and his associate ghislaine maxwell sexually assaulted her former was employed by epstein at the time she says when she tried to leave the house wexner security guards wouldn't let her former i detail to attack an affidavit she submitted earlier this year as part of an abstain related lawsuit but her interviews with the washington post or the first time she's publicly spoken about leslie wexner and its connection to epstein in dallas texas a key witness in the murder trial of former dallas police officer amber geiger was shot to death outside his apartment friday joshua brown lived across the hall from both john the twenty six year old black accountant who was shot and killed in two thousand eighteen inside his own it meant by officer geiger white woman who was off duty at the time during the trial brown gave emotional testimony about hearing gunshots the night of john's murder officials have not yet identified a suspect in brown's murder attorney lee merritt who represented the family in the trial wrote and social media rounds testimony played a key role and challenging geiger's account of the incident and claim she had shouted commands at both before shooting him a court in last week sentenced geiger to ten years in prison for shooting and killing both them sean she faced up to ninety nine years in prison bernie sanders pain says the vermont senator twenty twenty presidential hopeful suffered a heart attack last tuesday after experiencing chest pains during a campaign event in las vegas sanders has had two stints inserted to clear a blocked artery he left an area hospital after two and a half day stay before returning home to burlington vermont with his wife jane hello everybody wherein las vegas i just got out of the hospital a few hours ago and i'm feeling so much better i just thank all of you for the love and warm wishes that you sent me see as soon on the campaign trail and in new york city for people were killed and a fifth badly injured early saturday after a man with a metal bar attacked homeless people slept on this as they slept on the sidewalks lower manhattan's chinatown police arrested twenty four year old randy santos and charged him with the murders santos's reportedly also homeless than has struggled with addiction the coalition for the homeless warns in recent years homelessness in new york city has reached the highest level since the great depression of the nineteen thirties and it was just some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman the supreme court is starting a new term today in washington tuned. see the court will be hearing major cases this year involving reproductive rights immigration the second amendment and LGBTQ rights on tuesday the court will hear arguments in three cases to determine whether LGBTQ people can be fired from their jobs due to their sexual orientation shen or gender identity it's been described as quote the most important case directly addressing LGBTQ people ever to reach the united states the supreme court under title seven of the civil rights act employers can not discriminate against employees on the basis of sex as well as race you're national origin and religion but the trump administration claims the law does not covered discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity one of the cases centers on a transgender woman from michigan named amy stevens who was fired from her job at a funeral home in two thousand thirteen when i was fired he'd may be mad to say the least i was hurt did i was being treated that way after the commitment and service that i provided and that's when family hit home too we weren't treated tames everybody else was tom somebody stood up and said enough is enough the case is marked the first time the supreme court will rule on LGBTQ right since conservative justice brett cavanaugh replaced anthony kennedy who had written many of the courts major LGBTQ rights rulings we're joined now by two guests laverne cox is with us award winning trans actress longtime trans rights activists best known for her role of fevers set on the show orange is the new black in two thousand fourteen she became the first transgender person on the cover of time magazine and the first openly transgender person to be nominated for a primetime emmy award and acting category we're also joined by chase gio deputy director for transgender justice with the ACLU's LGBT and HIV project his work include impact litigation as well as legislative and administrative advocacy on behalf of LGBTQ people and people living with hiv across the united states we welcome you both to mcreavy now it's great to have you with us tuesday is a very significant day in the supreme court laverne cox talk about the cases that are before the high court it's the first time the supreme court will hear any case involving transgender rights two inches into civil rights with amy stevens case and there's two other cases of where to gay men were also fired their jobs simply for being who they are and this is the first time the court will hear cases about whether or not title seven applies to the LGBT q plus community this has huge ramifications for us because we know that this administration has been trying to take transgender people specifically but the LGBTQ community in general out of the realm of protections of leaked memo that we all remember from a year ago where they want to change the definition of sex so that translates i wouldn't have any recourse under the law the protests that ensued after that the new directive from h h s and from hud they wanna discriminate against sets in housing and in health care so this is really huge not just for the LGBTQ community but also any worker who might not conform to someone else's idea of how they should express under so you did something very unusual at the emmys your guest your plus one was one chase strain gio and wanted to go to describe the scene and why you decided to do this well i noticed that not a lot of people were talking about this case i think it's the most consequential civil rights case for LGBTQ writes in my lifetime no one was really talking about is chasing a few other people and what can i do and so i was nominated for my third emmy this year and it was going to be going to the emmys and i knew that would be a platform where a lot of people will be paying attention and so i i was like well we should take chase and we should talk about this in the red carpet my status got the idea of making a clutch that say title seven october eight supreme court parker designed and we went and we went with the mission and we're showing the images let's hear chase on the red carpet with laverne cox october eight everyone should be aware at the administration is asking the supreme court to make it legal to fire workers just because they're LGBTQ and this is actually going to transform the lives of LGBTQ people an people who are not LGBTQ anyone who departs from sex stereotypes like all the fabulous people here for example so we really need to show up october eighth and pay attention because our lives are really align so that's chase strain geo of the ACLU the plus one with laverne cox at the emmys again as i said earlier laverne is the i openly trans actress to be nominated for an primetime and the any acting category so you use that moment we're the world was watching that was an interview on each ace described further the significance of this case and the trump administration stance i wish it changed yeah so so you know as laverne said tomorrow the supreme court is going to be hearing arguments in these three cases that will absolutely transform the legal landscape for btcu people and not just LGBTQ people but all women in particular but anyone who who departs from from sex stereotypes and what is really bounding particularly mamie stevens case that the case was filed in two thousand fourteen by the EEOC equal employment opportunity commission that is the agency that enforces title seven and that agency brought the case arguing that when amy was fired at violated title seven and so the case is actually the EEOC versus harris funeral homes the employer that fired amy just because she she is transgender and so it went up through the courts in that posture after the election the presidential election of two thousand sixteen the ACLU intervened on behalf of amy because we were concerned that that the agency and the administration would no longer defend the rights.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Listen free on spotify nature wall street banks given congressional committees investigating president trump thousands of pages of documents so a lot of very different financial information being handed over and bond yields fall prompting opting big swings in the market. Everyone is quite unsure what to expect because everything is so hard to read. Let's billionaire. Leslie wexner says jeff seen misappropriated appropriated sums of money from him. This is what's news from the wall street journal. I'm kim get allston. Let's get started now before we take a look at what documents major wall street banks are turning over to congressional investigators probing president trump's financial dealings. Here's what you missed. I president trump met with victims of mass shootings in dayton ohio and el paso texas yesterday. The trip was designed to offer comfort. During a moment of national national mourning. They have done an incredible job both places just incredible and the enthusiasm the love the respect and also the let me let's see if we can get something and republicans want to do democrats want to have her visits were met with protests in both cities. They're also fights with democrats pat's angered by his rhetoric and skeptical of his pledge to tackle gun violence. Here's democratic presidential candidate baidoa work addressing a protest in el paso. We live in a country where we have a president who demonize his communities like this one who vilifies immigrants who says that those from mexico are rapists. This criminals and warns of invasions and infestations democrats are continuing to press president trump to throw his support behind gun control legislation solution separately universal pictures said it would halt marketing for its movie the hunt in the wake of the two mass shootings. The movie depicts a divided nation. We're heavily armed. Elites hunt down and kill others for sport and leslie wexner. The billionaire behind victoria's secret said that his.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on Le Show

"I blame the drummer this <hes> shipping container is is one of several dozen forty foot long containers at the plant that have been used for years to store drums full of rags and mop Ed's contaminated with uranium you see they clean up the plant with the brags and the mops and then they have to store door those and then that leaks and have to thing in the past westinghouse would check the containers periodically staffers only looked inside from one end and could only see some of the drums stacked inside now they will thoroughly inspect the inside of the containers to make sure similar leaks donor Kerr according to the plant manager yeah inspect the whole drums. Why didn't I think of that now? You know that accused Sexual Predator and possible sexual trafficker Jeffrey Epstein Financiers is described although according to New York Times only really Kelly handled the finances one person the C._E._o.. Of the limited nor the limited Tom <hes> and and L. Brands the store the chain that grew out of those stores the company the Corporation data the stores Leslie Wexner <hes> getting back to Epstein so he's you know he's in jail you know the judge said he wouldn't get bail on his federal charges but we also know about that sweet deal he cut with prosecutors down in Florida when he was originally charged with some of the these types of offenses that is to say we know that he was allowed to leave jail and go to his office every day during his sentence. That's just the tippy iceberg this week. The Washington Post provided the rest in two thousand eight a supervisor at the Palm Beach County jail alerted staff members to the needs of an inmate serving an eighteen months samples for sex crimes involving a minor Jeffrey. The Epstein he wrote in a memo was the first time offender poorly versed in jail. Routine is adjustment to incarceration will most likely be atypical for the time being he continued. I'm authorizing that his cell door be left on locked and he'd be given liberal access to the Attorney Room where a T._v. will be installed unquote during much of his sentence Epstein was allowed to leave the county's minimum security jail for twelve hours a day six days a week for a work release program Sheriff's deputies assigned to monitor the multi-millionaire on these outings allowed him to enter his Palm Beach State and at least nine occasions toward the end of his sentence at least once unattended and for four hours according to.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Time for what's happening I'm not a big fan of like the consistency Jeffrey and speed reportedly used the Victoria's secret's leader for access to women yeah according to this report he would somehow insert himself into is Leslie Wexner is financial and personal affairs got a large amount of wealth via his connection to L. brands which owns Victoria's secret in addition to access to a number of women sources told the The New York Times that I've seen posed as a talent scout for the company and allegedly assaulted at least one model after inviting her to a Santa Monica hotel room for an audition yes see the women involved the honey pots if you well are even more disgusting than Jeffrey up steam room to me well officials have identified several of the victims of yesterday's shooting rampage across the valley two people were injured for more were killed including the shooters father and brother that's where he started he shot his father's brother is mother who survived and then moved on killing at the end a stranger on a metro bus in lake Balboa this was straight we haven't seen anything about when he's supposed to be here in court now it will be has been charged yet an update on the photo do Los case Fotis is the one forties do list of the one accused of killing his wife and dispersing her body throughout the throughout the upper north eastern part of the United States and of course the five kids have been staying with the maternal grandmother in Manhattan since their mother's disappearance back in may may yes may a court appointed third party said this is a a guardian ad light M. testified that he was satisfied with the care of the grammar was providing by though fold he's is arguing that he should have custody of his own kids despite the fact that he is now but accused of killing her although I think like we've seen in other cases he's not actually confirm a charged with murder as of you now is charged with obstruction and a charged with potentially desecrating of Corp server disposal of body parts well the former Israeli military mother of two chase down that job or in Massachusetts after he flashed her says that she begged others to call nine one one if she held them down but no one it would help this woman thirty three years old was jogging in Boston when this guy pulls down his shorts to expose himself to her last Thursday did you see this video by the way now this video was taken it appears from across about a three or four lane road and they are going opposite directions the dude is going from left to right on the screen the woman's going from right to left and as they cross she stops and says something to him and he's kind of looking over his shoulder as he starts to run away from her and she catches up to him and pins him to the ground at first and then is holding him with his arms behind his back and that's what she's begging these other people to call nine one one and you know how many people called nine one one nine zero she said five minutes later I could have been raped there in the corner and you guys are really too busy with your data to call the police there's a moment there though when you see that and you wonder if it's real yeah I I mean I don't know that the video now what a jogging trail holding somebody down I don't in broad day I don't know if it looks and and who's filming this who has the camera on ready to go at that moment another great question why didn't that person call nine one one the mystery you beside the in and out burger that appeared to fall from heaven turns out it did now well medicine no I didn't it's been solved a sixteen year old high school student named Helen Viv us as come forward to say she was the double double burglar kind of she said on the last day of a recent vacation in California she brought for in an out burgers in San Diego before she flew home to New York time out time out she said she kept her precious cargo in the tightly wrapped paper bag now I call time out yeah could you imagine smelling in and out burger and not have half hours on a truck she trans continental flight she's a monster is what she is she said when she got to Jamaica queens on Saturday she had to sprint to catch the Q. forty four Busta flushing and as she ran the bag which had started to leak during the trip broke open and one of them burgers fell to the ground she said when I sat down on the bus I realize there is a big giant hole and I also realize the bag was a lot lighter and the burger was gone and then of course this other guy shows up takes a picture of it and fixed himself wait a minute there's no in and out in New York can beau M. was the guy who posted it on Instagram we accused him of and cocking the whole thing just to get just to get free in an out for about a year are the rest of his life it doesn't matter turns out there's no internet out the closest one we found was in Rockwall Texas about fifteen hundred miles away from queens New York coming up next it looks like there was a city killer asteroid headed for earth we almost didn't know about it and we have somebody like Bruce Willis Sir Ben Affleck Jones all of them liv Tyler of all of this we should should some day it's gonna happen some dirt area Karen chan will continue in just a moment remaining a.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"This Bloomberg market minute and W. G. why is presented by Fagan associates it's your money and we know that eight fourteen coming up in a one minute our political commentator on the mother so money news let's head to Bloomberg go in for Patrice again this morning John Doniger morning John morning Chuck there is a Jeffrey up steam connection to Victoria's secret the parent company of the lingerie firm has hired an outside law firm to review abstains role at the company he served for nearly twenty years as the personal money manager for L. brands long time CEO Leslie Wexner the Wall Street journal reports former executives say Steen also inserted himself into the business by buying a plane from a company and trying to offer input on which women should be Victoria's secret models the man who ran the largest Ponzi scheme in U. S. history once president trump to shorten his prison sentence Bernie made off is eighty one him he is effectively asking to be allowed to live the rest of his life in freedom he filed a request with the justice department that asks the president to shorten his one hundred fifty year prison term and Facebook may have a teflon coating the company took a five billion dollar plus hit to earnings in the first half of the year for government government finds it expects revenue growth to slow down in the last half but shares rose in late trading monthly and daily active users rose last quarter and ad revenue surged twenty eight percent year over year no searches on Wall Street this morning S. and P. futures down a point nasdaq futures falling twenty seven Dow futures up twenty four I'm John Doniger on a ten and one oh three one.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Second half already of the best stocks now radio our system went through a few charts here one that stood out to me already is apple apple is hitting to almost two oh six today and and moving higher wasn't there a cell all wasn't last Monday that the market was down like who someone put out a cell ranking on apple say what bush will use one of those works wrong again you know there's been plenty of walks hoops over the last years yeah the market apple is trading big vote pretty big volume today now apple will report earnings on July thirtieth and army yet July the thirtieth that used to be that apple was the big report earnings season I would say these days it's Amazon Amazon will report on July the twenty fifth nine days out and the Amazon is in the midst of their prime day did you order anything on primal yesterday any deals ball I didn't know you did it okay I was looking at a couple well I'm looking today are I'm looking for a few a new tablets and so we'll see what we can find on Amazon if I can find some extra time here to today I'm looking for a few bodies I got I got a deal value yeah I like valuing moment of and I know our inter he's all over it trying to find some deals are on laptops and what not alright well let's take a look at other a news or you know what this apps dean's story Jeffrey apps dean it's now a lot L. brands I find this interesting L. brands long time C. E. O. Leslie Wexner yeah tell me if you believe this or not he tells employees of that he was not aware of the alleged criminal behavior by his former money manager Jeffrey apps dean now I have a hard time Steen this is a weird story you know he supposedly was a hedge fund manager in other hedge fund managers who talked to the trading desk in the trading floors they claim that the guy never placed any trades well signing like eighty Bernie made of situation or if they think that he was running some kind of a black male scheme all right you know pay up right got the goods on you I've got the photographs I've got the the videos and apparently his only client there was this waxing or who was the CEO of Victoria's secret that's a smoking gun of yet if you ask me but anyways Wexner is distancing himself I know nothing I see nothing in in the meantime L. brands his been under fire that's the limited that's other of brands Victoria's secret one of those bricks and mortar stores it's probably in that ETF empty which has been doing so well here recently well let's see Facebook lever it won't launch until the regulators are satisfied will they ever be satisfied you know Facebook doesn't really come into these hearings with much of a credit we'll be right now I saw both Maxine waters and I can't remember the Republican that launched into attacked Facebook over there leaver but you know what I'm thinking that digital currency is here to stay I think that moving forward if you were not going to get rid of digital currency and if anything I think it's probably going to become bigger and bigger and bigger but even fed chairman J. pal has weighed in on the central bank's Sirius concerns over leave brought in testimony before the house last week I heard a I think I heard another Republican this morning on the other side of the coin saying I think lever is a good idea so we'll see where it all ends up here's your news Paul Tesla several changes in pricing and options they're going to kill off their standard range is is that what you have standard branch mine right okay now they're only going to offer long range and performance versions of the model S. in the model lacks the S. here's my issue with Tesla the gas will start at eighty thousand dollars and the axe is that the youth SUV yes okay it's gonna start at eighty eighty five thousand dollars did you know that there was also a ludicrous mode twenty thousand dollar are only only E. lawn mosque would have a ludicrous mode as an option but I guess you could earn their lowering their starting price of the model three to thirty eight thousand nine hundred and ninety dollars so that's not bad if you want to get into a test well that's the that's the little what is that the gas or the yeah three the low point hello Chris all right let's take a look here at the here's the ridiculous story of the day blue apron okay blue apron is up this fighting an uphill battle for survival you know they're the ones they deliver fresh ingredients to your door and it's a key at with the broccoli of laying in the water chestnuts unless always sauce and you put it all throw it all together and you can cook at home well this stock split adjusted came public your hit a high of two hundred and fifty four dollars per share today it's nine dollars and fifty cents per share it's absolutely been slaughtered there are no earnings they're losing nothing but money this is now a Mike role cap stock okay so there's the setting for a for for the news today that has got this stock up twenty four percent blue apron and now this is the addition of be on to eat products to its offerings Paul working we run out and buy some of this stock the news is good for twenty four percent off in the list you really think that these meal yes and this company's fortunes are going to be turned around by offering be on meet in their offerings I think it's a you're on weight problem a tomato squeeze I don't know I mean you really think the offering be on meet in these kits is the is the turnaround story for this stock that is looks terminal to me I think I'm gonna look maybe to short blue apron today because I believe that it's a terminal stock that is headed to zero you know I remember back in two thousand if a company even announced that they were going to now have a website where they would be selling their products didn't matter what they were selling they could be selling Kitty litter used the letter and the stock with zoom up that day because they're now of a dot com after their name and recently it's been this beyond meat craze is beyond crazy anyways that's my crazy story of the day okay fifty nine S. and P. five hundred companies will report this week here's what we got today Johnson and Johnson beats by fourteen cents they beat on revenue okay and I think that's two in a row that have beat however Johnson Johnson's down one point three percent today because they've got a little bit of legal issues over hanging them what their talcum powder JP Morgan beats by thirty three cents okay that's all good for aggregate earnings S. and P. JP Morgan is up a Paul three apple percent this morning I called both of those I'm calling him out there soggy stocks stodgy old growth giants of yester year Goldman Sachs beats earnings by seventy two cents do you think that these C. E. O.'s Paul have gotten pretty good at sandbagging Wall Street for sure the scene will look almost eighty percent of the company's beat earnings these days the average is seventy five percent during the quarter well Goldman Sachs is up one point five percent lastly Wells Fargo they beat even Wells Fargo slowly Wells Fargo with all of their unauthorized account openings that stock is down one point five percent when we come.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on KGO 810

"Turning to the John Batchelor show six eight current affairs we're talking about on the John chancellor show on KGO I'm John this is John Batchelor show Gregory Zuckerman special investigator for the Wall Street journal and the author of the forthcoming the man who solved the market about a very famous Jim Simons and renaissance is writing now about a case that infamous this is the matter of Jeffrey abstain sixty six years old now in custody charged with crimes against young people against young females abusing at several unacceptable language however once upon a time in important introduction this is in the nineteen eighties between Jeffrey abstain and a man named Leslie Wexner who is Leslie Wexner well more importantly who introduced Jeff absent a Leslie Wexner Jimmy Cayne an ace Greenberg of Bear Stearns Gregory a very good evening to you based Greenberg and Jimmy Cayne at the time of the introduction what weight with they have carried with Leslie Wexner and who was Leslie Wexner that they're all talking together good evening to you you're a great to be very nice to speak with you again so yeah just taking a step back Jeffrey abstain really Clinton been who he was without Leslie Wexner Leslie Wexner is a retail Empresarial a retail mogul he ran a company or or has controlled for years the company has billion areas from Columbus Ohio and he controls a company called el brands which is in which owns a lot of different well known brands including Victoria's secret and he was introduced to Jeffrey dean by Alan Greenberg hold a screamer again Jimmy Kane and as you suggest there is a is a really important introduction because to have seen really it's not clear what other clients he had beef besides this Leslie Wexner and the ensuing his wealthy or half as wealthy as he has stated that Jeffery actions mail out of money from a people as a problem unless you actor and and maybe just left Leslie Wexner right that's part of the part of the Mister bad abstinence is word billionaire associated with him because you're going to the root of the story you report that before I have seen worked as a watchdog a commodity and know a commodity trader an options trader at Bear Stearns he was a math teacher at the Dalton school so this is not a the prize of Harvard Business School this is not a man who was already a multi millionaire on Wall Street which were accustomed to this was a guy who worked at ace Greenberg do we know what charms he had to name it but it did anybody speak of how it is that Greenberg and Kane felt that it was correct to introduce him to wax now yes so as you suggest Jeffrey abstain suggests and is always suggested that he is quite wealthy they to billionaire but we really no reason to think that in the court proceedings there's a suggestion that is worth five hundred million dollars that may be the case may not be the case it could be that he is prop the work that much but it could be some and get on that as well but he is a wealthy guy and the reason why it is you also kind of suggest he was a teacher originally in in frankly didn't graduate college you got this teacher and upscale procedures Upper East Side school called the Dalton school and because he left an impression and one of the children of Alan Greenberg side child son he was recommended to to hire him in at the time their strange was very scrappy upstart firm name they like to hire people were poor and had a deep desire to be rich and that's what they called it and he was one of them said Jeffrey Greenberg had this appetite I'm sorry we have seen had this appetite to get wealthy he got hired on to work at Bear Stearns only worked there for a few years before he got fired doing some work on a follow up story about what happened there and why he did get fire but he got fired in yet the way he was recommended by Grimbergen came to work with Wexner they had establish a little bit of a relationship and their Stearns Wexner in Aberdeen but I'm Greenberg and Kane said yeah we fired him but we recommend them none the less and the idea was this guy was pretty smart he was well respected internally others saw him more and more charming and in more than empty suit but there were some people internally that I've spoken to who did have something I think is a about Jeffrey obscene just as an intellect didn't think it was all that dedicated to the firm itself is mostly dedicated to himself to his career and his future but an intellect they did it given some credit I note that he was working options at Bear Stearns and I I'm connecting this because I read your stories is if it's a novel and there's a payoff coming all right it he specializes he told laxer in finding missing money is that a clever way of saying options options on your stocks is that what he was doing Reagan and his agent has resourceful digging into it my understanding is missing money he left in person and he did some other things besides investing this Jeffrey abstained could be taxes could be some to some people he sort of suggested yet you're wealthy I can help you reduce your taxes I don't know why you need a Jeffrey opt in and out of the taxes during that kind of thing but maybe these were especially creative ways or he leaves he suggested he was aware of innovative ways to to reduce taxes but others have kind of said he did other things like tracking down real money from from the kind of governor for the government's any he he like to create a little bit of a mystery about hand Jeffrey abstain it helps when you're running a little bit of this game or alleged game to have that there about you in in in your head he was very charismatic and it was us air ministering to people just like being around him and it helped his cause and it helped people on to become enamored with them and this this Leslie Wexner clearly was for what for whatever reason the heat for years for about two decades as we write our story in the Wall Street journal they had a very close relationship which was mutually beneficial on Leslie Wexner seem to like being around Jeffrey up the interesting thing to make a lot of money from Leslie Wexner there about fifteen years apart you tell the story that an executive who work for Mister wax or his name is Mara ski did not feel threatened by abstain because he was dealing with his personal investments not the company's not the corporation's investments and so that seem to protect that stay in our day we know effect scene was getting involved in L. brand was he was he is he a holder of our brand stock do we know if he was taking stock from Baxter well early on as you suggested absinthe date out of the business and your people that warned Leslie Wexner don't get involved with Jeffrey abstain isn't about him not talked a bunch of people from back in those days and they had concerns about abstaining from their finger on it but the way they described it and you know maybe it's in hindsight it doing this kind it but they said at the time that day would across the street if he was walking in there with their way just something about him he seemed a little flex to select for them and they warned Wexner about abstain any ads acting computer now this relationship with an overtime as he really did start inserting himself into the business itself into westerners retail business to the point where especially when it came to the Victoria secret he kind of callous just so I can help you pick the models in you know in hindsight is sort of more disturbing than than anything else but yeah over time after dean to some extent got involved a little bit in the business the mansions that they have seen is now offering for bail the airplane that up steam flies honor did fly on I have read that those were transferred to him by waxing or do we know did he pay for them were those salary do we know anything about how we acquire those assets yes really good question because I've seen different document suggesting different things on there was a transferred there was some money paid I'm not sure who was market priced he may have got a good deal in real state has just appreciated as we all know so whatever he did pay at a time it's it's that's a good child as well the real statement the planes I mean there are some people were dismissive of things like the plains of seven twenty seven eight days old sold is it goes to the point that he had this image as a millionaire as jet setter anyone but he may have exaggerated the extent of his wealth and in an LP business he pretended he kind of that I only take clients who are billionaires just makes us a lot of people climbing clear what kind of training you did all other than to deal with WebSphere it does seem like he did some activities for Webster over the years even starting way back decades decades ago he did some trading for Lexus so that was one client but frankly I'm I'm trying to dig up more of them the breakup of the relationship when do we think it happened and why well it did happen around the time that he was first accused of engaging with inappropriate you a young women so it could be that Webster was tipped off he heard about it he got to the suggestion that he was doing in appropriate things and they broke off it could be something separate if it's not clear yet but I I do get the impression that after he was charged a really nothing much to do with each other these to be very close to speak at least one when he was charged in two thousand and eight to hand you report that the relationship started breaking down in two thousand and seven so more than more than ten years ago yep and it again it could have been a bit Bristol Asia started breaking down because love to actually start hearing about what he was doing down there and it could have been something separate I'm still trying to understand that myself has the way has Wexner or his attorneys responded in any fashion to your piece in the Wall Street journal really really cold or or sponsor statement from them which is a little bit surprising you would think you would be distancing himself but he could just be trying to be below the radar screen right now and to his credit Leslie Wexner is among the more philanthropic a businessman in our country just got a needs you know late in life in his eighties it's got to be quite discouraging to have your name besmirched by your relationship and there's no indication we should make that clear is no indication Leslie Wexner was aware of any of the accusations of before they became public Raleigh ground Jeffrey abstaining again to his credit yet many New York society Hey embraced embraced abstained after he was released from prison and we don't know indication and think the blood to after death more learned Gregory's occur men for the wall yeah journal much more to learn about at staying in custody I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show you're listening to John Batchelor KGO eight ten balance.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Crimes against young people against young females abusing etcetera unacceptable language however once upon a time in important introduction this is in the nineteen eighties between Jeffrey abstinent a man named Leslie Wexner who is Leslie Wexner well more importantly who introduced Jeff absent a Leslie Wexner Jimmy Cayne an ace Greenberg of Bear Stearns Gregory a very good evening to you based Greenberg and Jimmy Cayne at the time of the introduction what weight with they have carried with Leslie Wexner and who was Leslie Wexner that they're all talking together good evening to sure a great to be here at nine to speak with you again so yeah just taking a step back Jeffrey abstain really Clinton been who he was without Leslie Wexner Leslie Wexner is a retail Empresarial retail mogul he ran a company here or has controlled for years the company has billion areas from Columbus Ohio and he controls a company called el brands which is in which owns a lot of different well known brands including Victoria's secret and he was introduced to Jeffrey dean by Alan Greenberg ace Greenberg and Jimmy Cayne and as you suggest there's a there's a really important introduction because testing really it's not clear what other clients he had besides this Leslie Wexner and the ensuing his wealthy or half as wealthy as he has the Jeffrey things me a lot of money from the people is from led to actor and and maybe just left Leslie Wexner right that's part of the part of the Mister bad I've seen this is word billionaire associated with him because you're going to the root of the story you report that before I have seen worked as a watchdog Hey commodity and know a commodity trader an options trader at Bear Stearns he was a math teacher at the Dalton school so this is not the prize of Harvard Business School this is not a man who was already a multi millionaire on Wall Street which were accustomed to this was a guy who worked at ace Greenberg do we know what charms you had to name it but it did anybody speak of how it is that Greenberg and Kane felt that it was correct to introduce him to wax yes so as you suggest Jeffrey abstain suggests and although he suggested that he is quite wealthy they to billionaire believe really no reason to think that in the court proceedings there's a suggestion that is worth five hundred million dollars that may be the case may not be the case it could be that he is a prop he worked out much but it could be some and get on that as well but he is a wealthy guy and the reason why it is you also kind of suggest he was a teacher originally in in frankly didn't graduate college you got to teach at an upscale procedures Upper East Side school called the Dalton school and because he left an impression and one of the children of Alan Greenberg side child son he was recommended to to hire him in at the time they're strangers very scrappy upstart firm DNA like to hire people were poor and had a deep desire to be rich and that's what they called it and he was one of them said Jeffrey Greenberg had this appetite I'm sorry I'm just guessing had this appetite to get wealthy he got hired on to work at Bear Stearns only worked there for a few years before he got fired doing some work on a follow up story about what happened there and why he did get fire but he got fired and yet he will he was recommended by Grimbergen came to work with Wexner they had establish a little bit of a relationship of their stern's Wexner in acting but Greenberg and Kane said yeah we fired him but we recommend them nonetheless and the idea was this guy was pretty smart he was well respected internally others saw him more and more charming and in what an empty suit but there were some people internally that I've spoken to who did have something I think is a about Jeffrey have seen just as an intellect didn't think it was all that dedicated to the firm itself is mostly dedicated to himself to his career and his future but an intellect they did it given some credit I note that he was working options at Bear Stearns and I I'm connecting this because I read your stories is if it's a novel and there's a payoff coming around it he specializes he told laxer in finding missing money is that a clever way of saying options options on your stocks is that what he was doing levay Guinness's aged histories were still digging into it my understanding is missing money impression that he did some other things besides investing Jeffrey apps being could be taxes could be some to some people he sort of suggested yet you're wealthy I can help you reduce your taxes on a why you need a Jeffrey opt in and out of the taxes during that kind of thing but maybe these were especially creative ways or he leaves he suggested he was aware of innovative ways to to reduce taxes but others have kind of said he did other things like tracking down real money from from a kind of governor for the government's any he'd like to create a little bit of a mystery about hand Jeffrey abstain it helps when you're running a little bit of this game or alleged game to have that there about you in in in your head he was very charismatic and there is an air of mystery into people just like being around him and it helped his cause and it helped people become enamored with them and get this plus who works there clearly was for what for whatever reason on the heat for years for about two decades as we write our story in the Wall Street journal they had a very close relationship which was mutually beneficial Leslie Wexner seem to like being around Jeffrey up the interesting thing to make a lot of money from Leslie Wexner there about fifteen years apart you tell the story that an executive who work for Mister wax or his name is Maraj gay I did not feel threatened by upsetting because he was dealing with his personal investments not the company's not the corporation's investments and so that seemed to protect abstain do we know if that scene was getting involved in L. brand was he was he is he a holder of our brand stock do we know if he was taking stock from Mexico well early on as you suggested absinthe date out of business and your people that warned Leslie Wexner don't get involved with Jeffrey emptiness something about him that talked a bunch of people from back in those days and they had concerns about actinic on their finger on it but the way they described it and you know maybe it's in hindsight it doing this kind of but they said at the time that day would across the street if he was walking in there with their way just something about him he seemed a little select to select for them and they warned Wexner about fifteen and yeah acting it out as relationship that over time and he really did start inserting himself into the business itself into westerners retail business to the point where especially when it came to the Victoria's secret he kind of callous just so I can help you pick the models and you know in hindsight is sort of more disturbing than than anything else but yeah over time emptiness to some extent got involved a little bit in the business the mansion that death scene is now offering for bail the airplane that up steam flies honored did fly on I have read that those were transferred to him by waxing or do we know did he pay for them with a salary do we know anything about how we acquire those assets yes really good question because I think different document suggesting different things on there was a transferred to was the money paid I'm not sure of was market price he may have got a good deal in real state has just appreciated as we all know so whatever he did pay at the time it's it's that's a good chunk of as well the real statement the planes I mean there are some people were dismissive of things like the plains of seven twenty seven eight days old sold is it goes to the point that he had this image as a billionaire as jet setter anyone but he may have exaggerated the extent of his wealth and in in a help to the business he pretended he kind of that I only take clients who are billionaires just makes us a lot of people try to make clear what kind of training you did all other than to deal with WebSphere it does seem like you did some activities for watching over the years even starting way back decades decades ago he did some trading for Lexus so that was one client but frankly I'm I'm trying to dig out more about the breakup of the relationship went to rethink it happened and why well it did happen around the time that he was first accused of engaging with inappropriate you a young women so it could be that Webster was tipped off he heard about it he got to the suggestion that he was doing in appropriate things and they broke off it could be something separate if it's not clear yet but I I do get the impression that after he was charged there really is nothing much to do with each other these to be very close to speak at least one when he was charged in two thousand and eight and you report that the relationship started breaking down in two thousand and seven so more than more than ten years ago yep and it again it could have been a bit racial issues of started breaking down because love to act to start hearing about what he was doing down there and it could have been something separate I'm still trying to understand that myself has the way has Wexner or his attorneys responded in any fashion to your piece in the Wall Street journal we'll have a quarter or sponsor statement from them which is a little bit surprising you would think you would be distancing himself but he could just be trying to be below the radar screen right now and to his credit less electors among the more philanthropic a businessman in our country to the guy and he's you know late in life in his eighties it's gonna be quite discouraging to have your name besmirched by your relationship and there's no indication we should make that clear no indication Leslie Wexner was aware of any of the accusations of before they became public Ramallah ground Jeffrey abstaining again to his credit many New York society Hey embraced embraced abstain after he was released from prison and we have no indication of thing to do after death more learned Gregory's occur men for the well yeah journal much more to learn about at staying in custody I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show balance of nature changing the world one life at a time I have been plagued with this topic is acid and it burns the esophagus I've had it for thirty years and I've had doctors give me prescriptions for and everything and never got rid of it I've been on that balance of nature for about three and four months it is completely gone and I didn't even notice it it has to be about the nature because it's the only supplement I'm Katie and I just wanted you to know that because it.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

15:59 min | 2 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on No Agenda

"Let's go back to the woman who originally broke the story Cheetah Sarnoff. She wrote an article for Vanity Fair in which the editor had a meeting with Epstein and cut out all the salacious details of his his sexual abuse. The timing of all of this is very interesting. It was two thousand two when this came to light but it wasn't until two thousand seven two thousand eight very important years when <hes> the case went to trial and when this non prosecutorial agreement was put in place here she is explaining what was going on at the time my. My biggest question and I don't understand why no one is pointing fingers at and actually explaining why Berry Kirscher cut the deal that he cut the onus fell bill on the State Attorney's office as you know after the chief of Police Michael Ritter whom I spoke to at length for many many years since I started the investigation back in two thousand and nine Ritter said to me many times I did not accept except crushers deal. He wanted to charge him with a misdemeanor no jail time no restitution and no registration as a sex offender then he took the case Ritter takes the case to the feds. That's that's yes. Michael Root of the Palm Beach Police chief takes the case to the feds. That's when a cost comes in that's not until two thousand six and so a coster and his team with the Fanja and others they start to investigate it takes two years. There's a fifty three page indictment against Epstein but what happens well. We're getting close to the two thousand eight presidential campaign. Hillary Clinton is the democratic shoo-in at the time President Obama Obama was still not in in the forefront at the forefront and so I believe given the information that I have and what I read that at the very top of the food chain they did not want to make as the attorney general said to me when I interviewed him Alberto Gonzalez they did not want to make a political mess so they basically tapped a cost again which is also why they hired Ken Starr and Jay Lefkowitz who were the lack of high profile names involved in this thing -solutely they were the two attorneys who negotiated the plea deal meaning the non-prosecution agreement that was handed to Epstein which by the way was not an order as a cost told me because I have been speaking to a cost for many years since the original investigation and the original arrest so you'll notice that what you don't hear on the news is who was a cost of reporting to who was above above him who was the boss while there were a number of people who were the boss Gonzalez was <hes> was the boss and then we had to Eric holder come in as the boss. We had to extend extended term for F._B._I.. Director Robert Muller who was in there so what <hes> the original reporter here is saying is key got some kind of notice from higher hand because this would mess everything up for Hillary which and I remember US talking about this case back in those days and and I think even the the flight log was something that <hes> that had popped up at that time but that became a problem. This is <hes> attor Bradley Edwards. He is the attorney for the Victims Kim's. He's been on this case for a long time and there's the case of the little black book which was epsteins. You've probably seen some some scans of its scan of a scan of Stan. Did I do that. Sorry it was accidental a scan of a scan but it contains a whole bunch of interesting names this this was great evidence but it became toxic and the document you mentioned a moment ago listening to massage. Is that the little black book grail that every you know I think that's referred the documents right right exactly and that's actually a document that his housekeeper stole from him at some point in time and long story but eventually tried to sell it to me and then I had to cooperate with the F._B._i.. And <hes> it gets more time than Epstein does got more time and then I think he died as soon as I saw that very unfortunate one of the only people that we talked to who showed up to a deposition was not represented by a lawyer that was being paid for by Jeffrey Obscene or they it didn't take the fifth like many of the other witnesses willing to speak he was willing to speak and willing to tell the truth and then he just decided to do something stupid and illegal and.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

15:59 min | 2 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on No Agenda

"Let's go back to the woman who originally broke the story Cheetah Sarnoff. She wrote an article for Vanity Fair in which the editor had a meeting with Epstein and cut out all the salacious details of his his sexual abuse. The timing of all of this is very interesting. It was two thousand two when this came to light but it wasn't until two thousand seven two thousand eight very important years when <hes> the case went to trial and when this non prosecutorial agreement was put in place here she is explaining what was going on at the time my. My biggest question and I don't understand why no one is pointing fingers at and actually explaining why Berry Kirscher cut the deal that he cut the onus fell bill on the State Attorney's office as you know after the chief of Police Michael Ritter whom I spoke to at length for many many years since I started the investigation back in two thousand and nine Ritter said to me many times I did not accept except crushers deal. He wanted to charge him with a misdemeanor no jail time no restitution and no registration as a sex offender then he took the case Ritter takes the case to the feds. That's that's yes. Michael Root of the Palm Beach Police chief takes the case to the feds. That's when a cost comes in that's not until two thousand six and so a coster and his team with the Fanja and others they start to investigate it takes two years. There's a fifty three page indictment against Epstein but what happens well. We're getting close to the two thousand eight presidential campaign. Hillary Clinton is the democratic shoo-in at the time President Obama Obama was still not in in the forefront at the forefront and so I believe given the information that I have and what I read that at the very top of the food chain they did not want to make as the attorney general said to me when I interviewed him Alberto Gonzalez they did not want to make a political mess so they basically tapped a cost again which is also why they hired Ken Starr and Jay Lefkowitz who were the lack of high profile names involved in this thing -solutely they were the two attorneys who negotiated the plea deal meaning the non-prosecution agreement that was handed to Epstein which by the way was not an order as a cost told me because I have been speaking to a cost for many years since the original investigation and the original arrest so you'll notice that what you don't hear on the news is who was a cost of reporting to who was above above him who was the boss while there were a number of people who were the boss Gonzalez was <hes> was the boss and then we had to Eric holder come in as the boss. We had to extend extended term for F._B._I.. Director Robert Muller who was in there so what <hes> the original reporter here is saying is key got some kind of notice from higher hand because this would mess everything up for Hillary which and I remember US talking about this case back in those days and and I think even the the flight log was something that <hes> that had popped up at that time but that became a problem. This is <hes> attor Bradley Edwards. He is the attorney for the Victims Kim's. He's been on this case for a long time and there's the case of the little black book which was epsteins. You've probably seen some some scans of its scan of a scan of Stan. Did I do that. Sorry it was accidental a scan of a scan but it contains a whole bunch of interesting names this this was great evidence but it became toxic and the document you mentioned a moment ago listening to massage. Is that the little black book grail that every you know I think that's referred the documents right right exactly and that's actually a document that his housekeeper stole from him at some point in time and long story but eventually tried to sell it to me and then I had to cooperate with the F._B._i.. And <hes> it gets more time than Epstein does got more time and then I think he died as soon as I saw that very unfortunate one of the only people that we talked to who showed up to a deposition was not represented by a lawyer that was being paid for by Jeffrey Obscene or they it didn't take the fifth like many of the other witnesses willing to speak he was willing to speak and willing to tell the truth and then he just decided to do something stupid and illegal and.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Moyes Zing in your coaching. This is the Bloomberg market minute on seven hundred wwl geology, Patrice Sikora. Yes. Macy's have less Zing in their ca Jane. Yeah. And said a lot of the other retailers. Macy's shares fell four point eight percent yesterday. But Kohl's JC Penney. Many other retailers doing the same thing. Analysts point to Amazon's plan to boost its minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour beginning November first this move is gonna squeeze retailers number one on the bottom line. But they're also moving deeper into the all important holiday season and fifteen dollars an hour is going to make it harder for them to find workers if they're not paying that. Yeah. And if they do pay it. Money. It hits them on the bottom line right squeezes them right there at some point something has to shake out here. I mean, I wonder if the FedEx's and the details and all them they have to follow Amazon. I I would think I think they have different graduated rates for what they pay their their delivery people. Well, I would think that people. Well, it's not it's sorting centres made the airport. The Amazon is being built. I mean moving to the next building over for five bucks more than ours. Yeah. All right. We have jurors on Johnson Johnson baby powder. This listening drives me nuts. Well, this is the second time in two weeks. The jurors were not able to reach a verdict and a case involving JJ's baby powder in this case and specis, and whether or not it costs cancer, there are more than ten thousand claims and courts, alleging that change as health products caused cancer. Most of them are brought by women alleging they developed ovarian cancer from JJ's baby powder in the shower to shower products. This latest one was actually bought by a man who claimed the baby powder caused his measles Lioma now J and J denies of course, it's products ever contained, especially right. A big science tends to back them up. Elsewhere. The bull market means some CEO's going to stick around a long time and pad their pockets. Yes. Indeed, a study by the Conference Board and recruiter hundred struggles finds about ten percent of CEO's and the S and P five hundred are sixty five or older. Warren Buffett is the oldest at eighty eight. Eight hundred eighty eight a decade ago. The average age was fifty five and sixteen CEO's have been running the same companies at least twenty five years including Leslie Wexner who does L brands up in Columbus. He's been there. Fifty five year graduation grass relation. That's Victoria, secret's parent company, by the way. Okay, futures were up. They are up SNP up ten points. Nasdaq up thirty one from the Bloomberg newsroom. I'm Patrice Sikora on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w. All righty, eight ten eight ten at seven hundred wwl w in a couple of points to make today on the well, Trump cabinet Ford front, and the first one has to do with what I would say some bias.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The report missed analyst estimates yet the stock moves higher by uh of right now as i said for a four and a half percent so is this really just a case of short covering i mean is there any way about eleven percent of the float is sold short betting that the stocks going to fall so now all right they get the report put the stock moved higher what do you make though they're certainly that potential and if you wanna look at how it's playing out i suggest rather than going to l bridget looked at sears holdings i mean that stock really took off early trading it's given back so let's initial gains it's still up more than twelve percent though the story was a narrower loss in the fiscal give us cause to bring that up i just going to say that you were in sears though is that eddie lampert and bruce berkowitz affair home i believe they own more than 45 percent of the stock of sears and so as a result i can understand how you can get a big price swing there but other than having leslie wexner own more than sixteen percent of el brands i'm just trying to understand why would the what what would be the ideal would just be the the covering that was my point because you know you talk about eleven percent of the available shares in el brands being sold short the number for sears whole these is forty eight percent it has been a favorite of the short sellers for some time and let's face it they've been winning is a role mean considering that even with today's game sears down forty nine percent for the year it's headed for its fourth straight annual loss i mean this is a stocky go back a decade or so was over one hundred dollars a share hurts now four dollars seventy cents so let's just say things have gone these short seller its way over the past decade or so so can we just say just dealing out a little bit uh a lot of people were looking yesterday at the stock says the highest tax companies and how they were rally disproportionately at yesterday that was taken as some sort of mentor span our belief that the gop leads clanked pass their tax bill how much of the new record today can we attribute.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That save store sales rising again this quarter and that's in the face of all the competition new from it was on at walmart and everybody else who's in the grocery business even those dollar store chain's let's not forget the dollar general dollar tree making a big push to that in the last couple of years so you know put it all together and you've got a market this show showing some resiliency again as people by their dips again well they've i just wanna ask you about l brand as for second because we looked at kroger art up more than ten percent right now l brands is up more than four and a half percent the report was not great i mean the report missed analyst estimates yet the stock moves higher by uh well right now as i said for four and a half percent so is this really just a case of short covering i mean is there any way about eleven percent of the float is sold short betting that the stocks going to fall so now all right they get the report put the stock moved higher what do you make it as well they're certainly that potential and if you wanna look at how it's playing out i suggest rather than going to el bridge you look at sears these mean that stock really took off in early trading it's given back so let's initial gains is still up more than twelve percent though in the story was a now loss in the fiscal give it no let me every ser caused tea i'll carrying that i just going to say that you were an event sears though is that eddie lampert and bruce berkowitz of fair home i believe they own more than 45 percent of the stock of sears and so as a result i can understand how you can get a big price swing there but other than having leslie wexner own more than sixteen percent of el brands i'm just trying to understand why would the what what would be the idea would it just be the the covering that was my point because you know you talk about eleven percent of the available shares in all brands being sold short the number for sears holies is forty eight percent it has been a favorite of the.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on What It Takes

"Uh i think that's what's really important nobody remembers who sold the most togas in room people sometimes ask about success and they say well what's your legacy i said i think it's really dumb question at the question is what am i doing now and do i feel good about myself and my proud myself i went through started the business store was successful and by the time i was thirty years old i was several times millionaire it and i knew it but it can members as an example wasn't very important to me member saint by ministry of assistant do i have any money and she says ways you ask and a six i wanna buy a car is of course you have money so how i kept score was the growth of the business but it wasn't about scored in terms of how much money i was making i felt good about what i was doing i knew of some point people i was growing busiest tons of fun so it uh i i would think his private analogous town athlete would feel the gist enjoys the sport infected you can you get paid dismayed at all the better and the side benefit of all the pay is that it's enabled wake sner to give away a lot of money he and his wife abigail funded the center for public leadership at harvard's kennedy school the center for the arts at ohio state and the institute for pediatric research in columbus their foundation also supports fellowships for jewish leadership in israel and in the united states.

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"leslie wexner" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"leslie wexner" Discussed on What It Takes

"The mets that the the the the amateur the twenty seven year old or twenty six year old talking to himself and so i just plain is like scribbling on a napkin in saint you as the pretty interesting but how do you get from one community columbus if i'm going to get to a large number stories that have to be in multiple cities and everybody knew that people didn't have stores in multiple cities nessel you i could try it that well when we lived in chicago my dad would commuting our from the north side the south side to work every day is an hour going in an hour coming as issues i could open a store in dayton it's an hour to dayton in our backs or just commute to date and i told my data was going to do that said the merchants in dayton lead you alive you've you're lucky to be successful in columbus i so i think it's the same in store doesn't work i could afford one failure and it worked okay let's just pause here for a moment to consider what less wakes nervous talking about because we live in a world that is so dominated by chain stores it can be hard to remember that someone came up with the idea when wexler started his own first store in nineteen sixty three chicago shoppers bought their close at marshall fields baltimore shoppers went to hacked philadelphia had wanna makers st louis head famous bar birmingham had lover men's and so on and so on but i recognized it probably intuitively couldn't articulated we had a a merchandise plan we had a store design we had the name of our store we had a lot of things that were replica boll in so if if i could open a store in lake it open another one just like it in the you'd open another one in another city just like it.

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