Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson gives linemen Amazon stock that could be worth a bundle

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson became the highest-paid player in the National Football League earlier this month. Now, he’s spreading the wealth to the players assigned with protecting him. Wilson gave $156,000 worth of Amazon stock to the 13 offensive linemen, or $12,000 each. The news was first reported by TMZ Sports on Monday and was later confirmed by Wilson’s media production company, West2East Empire. “You sacrifice your physical and mental well-being to protect me, which in t


Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson became the highest-paid player in the National Football League earlier this month. Now, he’s spreading the wealth to the players assigned with protecting him. Wilson gave $156,000 worth of Amazon stock to the 13 offensive linemen, or $12,000 each. The news was first reported by TMZ Sports on Monday and was later confirmed by Wilson’s media production company, West2East Empire. “You sacrifice your physical and mental well-being to protect me, which in t
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Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson gives linemen Amazon stock that could be worth a bundle

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson became the highest-paid player in the National Football League earlier this month. Now, he’s spreading the wealth to the players assigned with protecting him.

Wilson gave $156,000 worth of Amazon stock to the 13 offensive linemen, or $12,000 each. The news was first reported by TMZ Sports on Monday and was later confirmed by Wilson’s media production company, West2East Empire.

“You sacrifice your physical and mental well-being to protect me, which in turn allows me to provide care for my family,” Wilson wrote in a letter to his linemen. “Now it is my turn to return the favor.”


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Cramer Remix: Stick with this beverage stock for the long term

The stock is up nearly 4% from its April 16 close, a day before it delivered better-than-expected first quarter results. The food and beverage giant, which includes brands such as Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, and Tropicana, has spent money to turn its business around and their plan is working, Cramer said. The company also recorded profit of 97 cents per share and revenue of $12.88 billion, which topped expectations of 92 cents per share and $12.70 billion revenue. PepsiCo maintained its ful


The stock is up nearly 4% from its April 16 close, a day before it delivered better-than-expected first quarter results. The food and beverage giant, which includes brands such as Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, and Tropicana, has spent money to turn its business around and their plan is working, Cramer said. The company also recorded profit of 97 cents per share and revenue of $12.88 billion, which topped expectations of 92 cents per share and $12.70 billion revenue. PepsiCo maintained its ful
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Cramer Remix: Stick with this beverage stock for the long term

Investors should believe the top brass of a company with a good, long-term track record when its management says it can turn things around, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Tuesday.

PepsiCo, which has doubled its dividend in the past decade, is one of those names to put faith behind even when analysts are against the odds, he said. The stock is up nearly 4% from its April 16 close, a day before it delivered better-than-expected first quarter results.

“If you gave PepsiCo the benefit of the doubt, you now have some terrific gains, and even after this move, I still like the stock for the long term because this team has proven that they can innovate on the fly,” the “Mad Money” host said.

The food and beverage giant, which includes brands such as Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, and Tropicana, has spent money to turn its business around and their plan is working, Cramer said. Frito-Lay has been surging, and the North American beverage business got a boost after introducing new packaging formats and new products in Bubly and LIFEWTR, he added.

In its earnings report last Wednesday, PepsiCo revealed that core sales grew 5.2%, its fastest pace in more than three years. The company also recorded profit of 97 cents per share and revenue of $12.88 billion, which topped expectations of 92 cents per share and $12.70 billion revenue.

PepsiCo maintained its full-year guidance, but Cramer said it could be a conservative call to under promise and over deliver.

“In response, the stock surged to new highs and the bears at Goldman Sachs [were] forced to upgrade the stock from sell back to neutral,” he said. “At what point do you think they have to go to a buy, if it goes down 30 cents, don’t you think?”

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How to delete your voice recordings from Google Assistant

Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home. Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordin


Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home. Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordin
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How to delete your voice recordings from Google Assistant

Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home.

Google’s privacy page says it does this to “help you get better results using your voice,” and that it only does this after you say “OK Google” to learn the sound of your voice and how you speak certain words and phrases.

Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has when I asked the temperature back on Sept. 2, 2014, for example, and everything I’ve asked since then. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions.

Normally, this isn’t a big deal. I don’t mind if it saves a few commands for the sake of creating a better product. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordings.

Like me, you might not want Google to save this information, or you might want to review all of the commands you’ve ever spoken. Over the past year, Google has made it a lot easier to see the sorts of information it collects, and gives you better controls over stopping it from gathering some specific data.

You can turn it off completely, but just note that this might affect how well Google responds. You can always turn it back on if you run in to trouble.


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How to delete your voice recordings from Google Assistant

Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home. Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordin


Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home. Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordin
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How to delete your voice recordings from Google Assistant

Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home.

Google’s privacy page says it does this to “help you get better results using your voice,” and that it only does this after you say “OK Google” to learn the sound of your voice and how you speak certain words and phrases.

Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has when I asked the temperature back on Sept. 2, 2014, for example, and everything I’ve asked since then. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions.

Normally, this isn’t a big deal. I don’t mind if it saves a few commands for the sake of creating a better product. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordings.

Like me, you might not want Google to save this information, or you might want to review all of the commands you’ve ever spoken. Over the past year, Google has made it a lot easier to see the sorts of information it collects, and gives you better controls over stopping it from gathering some specific data.

You can turn it off completely, but just note that this might affect how well Google responds. You can always turn it back on if you run in to trouble.


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The skill that helped AirAsia’s CEO turn a $0.26 airline into a billion-dollar business

The CEO of leading low-cost airline AirAsia has proven himself a master of transformation. Within a year of purchasing the ailing Malaysian carrier for one ringgit (then about 26 cents), he turned the business around and returned it to profitability. In 2018, the business saw revenues of 10.6 billion Malaysian ringgit (around $2.58 billion). But when asked the greatest skill he possesses as a leader, the 54-year-old insists on one thing: His ability to find great people. In 2018, AirAsia was vot


The CEO of leading low-cost airline AirAsia has proven himself a master of transformation. Within a year of purchasing the ailing Malaysian carrier for one ringgit (then about 26 cents), he turned the business around and returned it to profitability. In 2018, the business saw revenues of 10.6 billion Malaysian ringgit (around $2.58 billion). But when asked the greatest skill he possesses as a leader, the 54-year-old insists on one thing: His ability to find great people. In 2018, AirAsia was vot
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The skill that helped AirAsia's CEO turn a $0.26 airline into a billion-dollar business

The CEO of leading low-cost airline AirAsia has proven himself a master of transformation.

After building a successful career as a top exec at Warner Music, Tony Fernandes decided to pack it all in to try his hand at the airline industry in 2001. Within a year of purchasing the ailing Malaysian carrier for one ringgit (then about 26 cents), he turned the business around and returned it to profitability.

In 2018, the business saw revenues of 10.6 billion Malaysian ringgit (around $2.58 billion).

But when asked the greatest skill he possesses as a leader, the 54-year-old insists on one thing: His ability to find great people.

“I think my greatest strength, if I have one, is finding great people,” Fernandes shared at a recent finance conference in Singapore, Money 2020. In 2018, AirAsia was voted the world’s best low-cost carrier for the tenth year running by air transport research firm Skytrax.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-10  Authors: karen gilchrist, bloomberg, getty images, -tony fernandes, founder, ceo of airasia
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Levi Strauss CEO says China is a top priority for the jean giant’s growth

China is a top priority for the world’s biggest jean maker’s future growth Levi Strauss & Co. President and CEO Chip Bergh said Wednesday. Bergh said he looks at competitors like Nike, with 20% of its business in China, and wants to turn China into Levi’s growth engine. On Tuesday, Levi Strauss reported its first quarterly earnings since its initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange last month. Following the earnings report, Levi Strauss shares rose more than 5% in trading Wednesday


China is a top priority for the world’s biggest jean maker’s future growth Levi Strauss & Co. President and CEO Chip Bergh said Wednesday. Bergh said he looks at competitors like Nike, with 20% of its business in China, and wants to turn China into Levi’s growth engine. On Tuesday, Levi Strauss reported its first quarterly earnings since its initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange last month. Following the earnings report, Levi Strauss shares rose more than 5% in trading Wednesday
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Levi Strauss CEO says China is a top priority for the jean giant's growth

China is a top priority for the world’s biggest jean maker’s future growth Levi Strauss & Co. President and CEO Chip Bergh said Wednesday.

“China is one of my top priorities,” said Berg, in an interview on CNBC’s “Squawk Alley.”

China is only about 3% of the company’s business today. Bergh said he looks at competitors like Nike, with 20% of its business in China, and wants to turn China into Levi’s growth engine.

On Tuesday, Levi Strauss reported its first quarterly earnings since its initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange last month. For the first quarter, Levi said it earned 37 cents per share, helped by a 7% gain in revenue. On a constant currency basis, revenue rose 11%.

Levi’s doesn’t report same-store sales but said on the company’s earnings call that sales were positive on a comparable basis.

Following the earnings report, Levi Strauss shares rose more than 5% in trading Wednesday and were up more than 25% since the stock’s debut.

In the latest period, Levi’s growth was really broad based as both its men’s and woman’s tops and bottoms businesses grew, Bergh said. This marked the sixth quarter in a row of double-digit top-line growth for Levi.

Levi’s direct-to-consumer business has been growing in the double digits for the past 12 quarters and its e-commerce business was up more than 20% last quarter.

Amazon is one of Levi’s top 10 customers online. However, Bergh said he knows that with every pair of jeans Amazon sells, it is “collecting a lot of data on our consumer that they could at some point turn and use against us.”

Europe has been a bright spot for Levi’s, growing more than 20% over the past two years, despite headwinds like Brexit uncertainly and slowing global growth.

“We’re really defying gravity over there when you consider all the headwinds,” said Bergh. However, he said China tariffs are another uncertainty the company has to watch.

Bergh emphasized that in terms of marketing, the best strategy for the brand is by word of mouth.

“The best thing we can do is just have the brand show up organically worn by people of all different backgrounds,” said Bergh. “You wear other jeans but you live in Levi’s.”

However, Levi’s has and will continue to work with celebrities, including Alicia Keys and Hailey Bieber.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-10  Authors: maggie fitzgerald, jeenah moon, bloomberg, getty images
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MIT, Harvard study: Want your kids to be successful? Do this 1 thing

Every parent knows that raising a child can feel tantamount to a competitive sport. And while competitive parenting is widely condemned, we ultimately just want our children to live happy and successful lives. Thanks to modern science, there are a number of effective — yet obvious — strategies to smart parenting. One study from Harvard even suggested that skilled communicators typically turn out to be great negotiators. In turn, they “recognize the importance of expanding the pie of value for al


Every parent knows that raising a child can feel tantamount to a competitive sport. And while competitive parenting is widely condemned, we ultimately just want our children to live happy and successful lives. Thanks to modern science, there are a number of effective — yet obvious — strategies to smart parenting. One study from Harvard even suggested that skilled communicators typically turn out to be great negotiators. In turn, they “recognize the importance of expanding the pie of value for al
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MIT, Harvard study: Want your kids to be successful? Do this 1 thing

Every parent knows that raising a child can feel tantamount to a competitive sport. And while competitive parenting is widely condemned, we ultimately just want our children to live happy and successful lives.

Thanks to modern science, there are a number of effective — yet obvious — strategies to smart parenting. But last year, a group of researchers at MIT, Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania found that one of the best things parents can do for their children is to have frequent back-and-forth exchanges with them.

The findings suggest that doing this at an early age (typically between ages 4 to 6) will help develop, foster and improve what is perhaps one of the most important skills that contribute to success in life: Communication.

What’s more, a number of studies have supported the idea that children with stronger communication skills are more likely to have healthier relationships, longer marriages, higher self-esteem and overall satisfaction in life.

One study from Harvard even suggested that skilled communicators typically turn out to be great negotiators. In turn, they “recognize the importance of expanding the pie of value for all parties at the table. In the process, they claim more money for themselves.”


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Here’s what all of the lights on your Amazon Echo mean, and how to turn them off

To remove other light notifications, like the green one, you can turn on “do not disturb mode.” This is good at night if you don’t want your Echo waking you up with alerts. To do this, open the Alexa app on your phone, choose Settings, select Device settings, then pick the Echo you’re trying to manage. Tap “do not disturb,” and turn it on. You’ll still see orange, purple or red lights if you lose a network connection or have muted your Echo, but you can turn those off by fixing the connection or


To remove other light notifications, like the green one, you can turn on “do not disturb mode.” This is good at night if you don’t want your Echo waking you up with alerts. To do this, open the Alexa app on your phone, choose Settings, select Device settings, then pick the Echo you’re trying to manage. Tap “do not disturb,” and turn it on. You’ll still see orange, purple or red lights if you lose a network connection or have muted your Echo, but you can turn those off by fixing the connection or
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Here's what all of the lights on your Amazon Echo mean, and how to turn them off

You can manage some of the yellow ring notifications by opening the Alexa app on your phone and choosing notifications, selecting “Amazon Shopping” and removing notifications about packages out for delivery or packages that have been delivered.

To remove other light notifications, like the green one, you can turn on “do not disturb mode.” This is good at night if you don’t want your Echo waking you up with alerts.

To do this, open the Alexa app on your phone, choose Settings, select Device settings, then pick the Echo you’re trying to manage. Tap “do not disturb,” and turn it on. Alexa won’t bother you with notifications while do not disturb is active. You can also schedule times for “do not disturb.”

You’ll still see orange, purple or red lights if you lose a network connection or have muted your Echo, but you can turn those off by fixing the connection or turning off mute.


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The day North Korea talks collapsed, Trump passed Kim a note demanding he turn over his nukes

It was the first time that Trump himself had explicitly defined what he meant by denuclearization directly to Kim, the source said. Bolton did not disclose in those interviews the pivotal U.S. expectation contained in the document that North Korea should transfer its nuclear weapons and fissile material to the United States. The document appeared to represent Bolton’s long-held and hardline “Libya model” of denuclearization that North Korea has rejected repeatedly. The idea of North Korea handin


It was the first time that Trump himself had explicitly defined what he meant by denuclearization directly to Kim, the source said. Bolton did not disclose in those interviews the pivotal U.S. expectation contained in the document that North Korea should transfer its nuclear weapons and fissile material to the United States. The document appeared to represent Bolton’s long-held and hardline “Libya model” of denuclearization that North Korea has rejected repeatedly. The idea of North Korea handin
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The day North Korea talks collapsed, Trump passed Kim a note demanding he turn over his nukes

On the day that their talks in Hanoi collapsed last month, U.S. President Donald Trump handed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a piece of paper that included a blunt call for the transfer of Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons and bomb fuel to the United States, according to the document seen by Reuters.

Trump gave Kim both Korean and English-language versions of the U.S. position at Hanoi’s Metropole hotel on Feb. 28, according to a source familiar with the discussions, speaking on condition of anonymity. It was the first time that Trump himself had explicitly defined what he meant by denuclearization directly to Kim, the source said.

A lunch between the two leaders was canceled the same day. While neither side has presented a complete account of why the summit collapsed, the document may help explain it.

The document’s existence was first mentioned by White House national security advisor John Bolton in television interviews he gave after the two-day summit. Bolton did not disclose in those interviews the pivotal U.S. expectation contained in the document that North Korea should transfer its nuclear weapons and fissile material to the United States.

The document appeared to represent Bolton’s long-held and hardline “Libya model” of denuclearization that North Korea has rejected repeatedly. It probably would have been seen by Kim as insulting and provocative, analysts said.

Trump had previously distanced himself in public comments from Bolton’s approach and said a “Libya model” would be employed only if a deal could not be reached.

The idea of North Korea handing over its weapons was first proposed by Bolton in 2004. He revived the proposal last year when Trump named him as national security advisor.

The document was meant to provide the North Koreans with a clear and concise definition of what the United States meant by “final, fully verifiable, denuclearization,” the source familiar with discussions said.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The State Department declined to comment on what would be a classified document.

After the summit, a North Korean official accused Bolton and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo of “gangster-like” demands, saying Pyongyang was considering suspending talks with the United States and may rethink its self-imposed ban on missile and nuclear tests.

The English version of the document, seen by Reuters, called for “fully dismantling North Korea’s nuclear infrastructure, chemical and biological warfare program and related dual-use capabilities; and ballistic missiles, launchers, and associated facilities.”

Aside from the call for the transfer of Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons and bomb fuel, the document had four other key points.

It called on North Korea to provide a comprehensive declaration of its nuclear program and full access to U.S. and international inspectors; to halt all related activities and construction of any new facilities; to eliminate all nuclear infrastructure; and to transition all nuclear program scientists and technicians to commercial activities.

The summit in Vietnam’s capital was cut short after Trump and Kim failed to reach a deal on the extent of economic sanctions relief for North Korea in exchange for its steps to give up its nuclear program.

The first summit between Trump and Kim, which took place in Singapore in June 2018, was almost called off after the North Koreans rejected Bolton’s repeated demands for it to follow a denuclearization model under which components of Libya’s nuclear program were shipped to the United States in 2004.

Seven years after a denuclearization agreement was reached between the United States and Libya’s leader, Muammar Gaddafi, the United States took part in a NATO-led military operation against his government and he was overthrown by rebels and killed.


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Nissan executives allegedly orchestrated Carlos Ghosn’s arrest to kill merger with Renault

Theories that Nissan executives might have had a role in Ghosn’s arrest have abounded in the automotive world. Ghosn spent more than 100 days in jail in Japan for an array of alleged financial misdeeds before he was released on bail. He has been stripped of his roles at the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, which he had formerly chaired. Nissan was not immediately available for comment to CNBC, but company spokesman Nicholas Maxfield told the Journal that the motives of company executives is n


Theories that Nissan executives might have had a role in Ghosn’s arrest have abounded in the automotive world. Ghosn spent more than 100 days in jail in Japan for an array of alleged financial misdeeds before he was released on bail. He has been stripped of his roles at the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, which he had formerly chaired. Nissan was not immediately available for comment to CNBC, but company spokesman Nicholas Maxfield told the Journal that the motives of company executives is n
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Nissan executives allegedly orchestrated Carlos Ghosn's arrest to kill merger with Renault

Theories that Nissan executives might have had a role in Ghosn’s arrest have abounded in the automotive world. Ghosn had become something of a national hero in Japan for his role in helping to turn around Nissan, but many who follow the industry say the Japanese would have balked at the idea of a foreign automaker such as Renault owning such an important company in Japan.

Ghosn spent more than 100 days in jail in Japan for an array of alleged financial misdeeds before he was released on bail. He has been stripped of his roles at the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, which he had formerly chaired. If found guilty he could face up to 15 years in prison. He has denied the accusations.

Nissan was not immediately available for comment to CNBC, but company spokesman Nicholas Maxfield told the Journal that the motives of company executives is not relevant, and that Nissan found “substantial evidence of blatantly unethical conduct. The sole cause of this chain of events is the misconduct led by Ghosn.”

Read the full story in The Wall Street Journal.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-03-28  Authors: robert ferris, takaaki iwabu, bloomberg, getty images
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