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Bloomberg
Oct 31, 2014 5:00pm EDT
. speculate at this time on the cause. i know george is going to address that. again, chief and donnie, i want to say thanks to the emergency responders. you guys have been with us and will be with us every step of the way, for years. tier team, personally, we say thanks. at this time, i turn it over to george. sheriff donny youngblood, kern county sheriff. >> thanks to the involvement of the sheriffs office, we will be the lead. i got the call this morning there had been an anomaly and mishap. i flew out. flew around the crash site. it is a large area. the aircraft is in several different pieces. we found one person who obviously was deceased immediately. transported to the hospital. i do not have the condition. when he left, it appeared to be major injuries. but we don't know really what that means yet. our thoughts and prayers are with the family. we hope the survivor will be just fine. >> mike cody, deputy fire chief, kern county fire department. our involvement goes about 10 years, working with mojave air and space port. we attended many briefings to get ready for a potential mishap.
Bloomberg
Feb 7, 2016 10:00am EST
avoid repeating 2008. george: 2008, regarding -- we are repeating. it was a time of financial crisis and a bear market. and we have the same conditions today. but, the source of this equilibrium is different. in 2008, the root cause was a subprime crisis in america. now, the root cause is basically china. so it is not comparable. francine: is this because they are not doing how we would think or deflation? george: it is deflation and over indebtedness over the chinese -- of the chinese economy. the total social debt is down 300% and maybe actually might be up to 350% if you take into account the external event. so, it is serious. ♪ ♪ hans: welcome back to "bloomberg best." i'm hans nichols, live in davos, at the 2016 economic forum. here are "bloomberg best's" best conversations from the week. francine: when do you see the bottom and oil prices? >> i think chinese is also in -- an issue for oil. i think it is also at issue for oil, because lower, slower oil demand. which means there is going to be lots of oil in the market. it is the third year in a row that we have had more supp
Bloomberg
Dec 27, 2015 11:30am EST
george lucases and steven spielbergs and m. knight shyamalans and jj abrams of the world. i think that we need both. emily: your father spent time in jail for murder. how did you overcome that? ♪ emily: you had a complicated and difficult childhood. how did you overcome some of the things that you had to go through, which no kid should have to go through? troy: we grew up in a really tough neighborhood. we went to sleep to gunshots every single night. it was something regular. my mom worked 30 years at children's hospital in philadelphia. got up to go to work every day, 5:30 a.m. we would pour out the penny jar, and count out the pennies to be able to put into the bus, so that me and my brothers could go to school in the morning. we had to boil hot water, because we did not have hot water sometimes. and that gave me a drive to really make my family proud, to work really hard. emily: your father spent time in jail for murder. how did you overcome that? troy: that was definitely tough, growing up. not having a dad there, and kind of looking for that figure, that void was always th
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2015 9:00pm EST
need elon musk. we need mark zuckerberg, we need larry page and mark andreessen. we need the george lucases, and the jjspielbergs, and abrams of the world. we need both. ♪ emily: your father spent time in jail for murder. how did you overcome that? ♪ emily: you had a complicated and difficult childhood. how did you overcome some of the things you have to go through, which no kids have to go through? troy: we grew up in a really tough neighborhood. we went to sleep to gunshots every civil night. it was -- every single night. it was regular. my mom worked 30 years at children's hospital in philadelphia. she got up to go to work every day, 5:30 a.m. jar,uld fill up the penny and count them out to be able to put into the bus, so that we could go to school in the morning. we had to boil hot water because we did not have it sometimes. that gave me a drive to really make my family proud. to work really hard. emily: your father spent time in jail for murder. how did you overcome that? troy: that was definitely tough growing up. andhaving a dad there, looking for that figure, that void w
Bloomberg
Nov 6, 2015 8:00pm EST
bit better. george osborne doing a meaningful job of restricting things. how much of your job is to balance that? is we go to put it central bank. the bank of england. i can aggrandize and -- this will policy move slowly. it's in place will have certain impacts. and then we try to achieve our goals. is only in extreme circumstances. one central banks should ever way and on fiscal policy. the fiscal when policy actually threaten the ability of the central bank to achieve its objectives. that's certainly not the case in the u.k.. >> one other thing which worries outside investors a lot is the prospect of a grexit. there's limited on what you can say about that but it's what's the thing that worries you most about it? what you think would hurt the financial side of britain if that would happen? i think this is another case where we take it as a gift. uk's member of the european union. >> we do have to do contingency planning. this is an example. are doing that. we will never disclose or contingency plans in advance. we only disclose them once the issue is passed. >> which bit of it wou
Bloomberg
Nov 7, 2014 8:00pm EST
the end of the month. >> the former chief economist for president george w. bush, ed lazear, agrees with obama, especially when it comes to wages. >> ink
Bloomberg
May 24, 2015 10:00am EDT
," i am stephanie ruhle. it is hard to find anyone with more insight in investing. he spent years working under george soros.
Bloomberg
Sep 12, 2015 2:30pm EDT
druckenmiller. he spent years working under george soros. we sat down recently for an exclusive conversation covering many of the aspects of the global economy. lately, stan has been sounding e
Bloomberg
May 24, 2015 7:00am EDT
years working under george soros. we sat down recently for an exclusive conversation covering many of the aspects of the
Bloomberg
Nov 8, 2015 9:30am EST
economies. george osborne doing a meaningful job in terms of restricting things. how much do you see your job to balance that with monetary policy? >> the way i would put it is the job of the central bank, particularly the bank of england, is we take fiscal policy as a given. i can grant eyes -- i can aggrandize, the fact is physical -- fiscal policy moves slowly. there is a medium-term fiscal plan in place. it will have certain impacts on the economy. we try to achieve our inflation target given that. it really is only in extreme circumstances that a central bank should ever weigh in on fiscal policy. that is only when the stance of fiscal policy threatens the ability of the central bank to achieve its objectives of financial stability, which is certainly not the case in u.k. >> one other thing that worries outside investors a lot is the prospect of a grexit -- brexit. when you look at it, is the thing that worries you most about that? what is the particular thing you think would hurt the financial side of britain and what would you try to stop if that were to happen? >> i think thi
Bloomberg
Mar 27, 2016 7:30am EDT
just as entertaining. it's a lot of stories concurrently and the story of our nation and also george washington's story. you see his rise from general to president to cincinnatist. it's aaron burr's story who we knew nothing about. even ron doesn't write about that much in the book. i had to do a lot of research on burr. this is andrew lloyd weber's inspiration. judas tells jesus' story. charlie: that's how you know you have to have aaron tell the story. the man who killed him tells the story. lin-manuel: is a dramatic way to tell the story. ♪ ♪ charlie: that is the idea. he wrote a letter saying "i'm going to fire into the air." lin-manuel: saying "i'm a good christian, i will not do it." the first challenge being i have to face him, but i will not kill him. charlie: did he think he was going to die? lin-manuel: now you are asking questions historians have been asking for 211 years. i had to provide the dramatic answer to that and it was the last thing i wrote in the show. hamilton's side of the duel. charlie: because you had not come to any conclusion about it or because someho
Bloomberg
May 23, 2015 10:00am EDT
insight in investing. he spent years working under george soros.
Bloomberg
Dec 13, 2015 12:00pm EST
zuckerberg. we need larry page. we need mark andreessen. we need the george lucases, and steven spielbergs, and the jj abrams of the world. i think that we need both. ♪ emily: your father spent time in jail for murder. how did you overcome that? ♪ later, i was interning at bad boy entertainment. emily: 1999, something big happened. you met eve jeffers. who happens to be eve. troy: originally, i met eve when she was about 16 years old. she was my first management client. emily: you worked with her for over eight years. troy: we had an incredible run. we went from -- the good thing is, working with will, i had seen his blueprint of you can take an artist who is a rapper, and they can do television, they can do film. so my job was just to execute on the blueprint. emily: and then your relationship ended kind of abruptly, another stumbling block for you. what happened? troy: she wanted to go to another level. at that time, there was not a lot of faith that i could get her there. it was a bit of a heartbreaker. you spend eight years with somebody, you become really close. and it caught me o
Bloomberg
May 28, 2015 10:30pm EDT
the show tonight, george pataki is the one, and is rand paul getting zeroed out? but first, 10, as in 10. five white house prospects are tied at the top each with 10%. they are -- not surprisingly maybe -- jeb bush, ben carson, mike huckabee, marco rubio, and scott walker. do any members of this fab five
Bloomberg
Mar 27, 2016 11:30am EDT
many countries -- iraq, pakistan, kuwait, and lebanon. he is currently the dean of the george bush school of government at texas a&m university. he joins us now from college station. what could europe do now as the whole or individual countries to deal with situations like this that it did not do in the wake of the paris attack? amb. crocker: there are two fundamental issues out there. one of them is simply the quality and coordination of european intelligence and security services. they are, by and large, certainly in belgium, far behind where we were on 9/11, and we have traveled lightyears in both our capabilities and our coordination since then. the europeans have got to improve both the quality and the coordination of their intelligence and security services. islamic state is finding the gaps, they are finding the weak spots. and we see the results. the second thing that is such a major difference between the u.s. and europe is that we integrate people in this country. we do not have a molenbeek anywhere in the united states. that's essentially an arab and muslim ghetto. our o
Bloomberg
Apr 25, 2015 10:30pm EDT
the right place or so many years. [applause] you george, our lawyer. your insightful counsel and devotion to our core mission of fighting for openness and transparency. i think the tribune publishing bureau for their support, especially my outstanding bureau chief david and my white house colleague, kathleen hennessey, mike, and amy. i think a couple of visionary , the los angeles times and of the chicago tribune. our -- all of us are lucky to work for wise publishers at the tribune. and finally, i say hi to my dad who is watching this on fox news. in and my family right here indeed. see. and to my family right here in d.c. now, let me introduce our next speaker cecily strong. like the president and the first lady, cecily is from chicago. she came up through second city comedy and is now one of the most recognized members of the snl cast. cecily is no stranger to political journalism. her father, though strong, was journalist in the state house. i am sure tonight he is also a proud father. bill, welcome. [applause] at last years's dinner, association president steve drew attentio
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