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"Juan we have 57 degrees were scenes at 66 the kind of watched at 64. We have 65 degrees at WTMJ at 8 23, and it's time to check in with Marcus. Now Mark is on vacation. Of course, he's editor in chief of the Milwaukee Business Journal. But filling in today is reporter Sean Ryan. Well, a lot of people have been waiting for it, and it's finally here. It's the Ryder Cup. What is this going to mean? Overall for? Let's say the hotels around Milwaukee and close by? Yeah, for hotels around Milwaukee. This is a big impact. You talked about people who have been waiting for the sports events. All this is a big business event for those hotels. This will be A week in a weekend where those hotels in Milwaukee and sort of around the region have lower no vacancies, even with amped up room rental rate. So it's kind of a feast will be a temporary after more than a year long famine thanks to the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic. We've been looking at the most recent data for hotels in Milwaukee and the most recent ones we ever for the week ending September 4th and occupancy levels where around 58% then I mean, that's better than the highs of around the upper 30% at this time last year, But those figures should really be closer to 80% in a normal time. Imagine your business that's operating that more than 30%. Drop in revenue and after Several months of things being even worse than that. So here comes a weekend where you're able to ramp up your prices, charged more and still count on selling out your inventory. So, yeah, it's a big deal. I'll be it only for a few days, but certainly a big deal for the hotel industry. Well, let's move downtown a little bit. I understand that there's two apartment developments that are kind of pending and one is what 32 story building. That's right. A big 32 story property that would be right at Water Street and ST Paul Avenue along the river, sort of at the gateway of the third war. There, so kitty corner from the Milwaukee public market, So you have 323 apartments in there, but also they would have a lot of restaurant and retail space. Big Project $140 million. And what are the basics of these projects? Yeah, there's others pending in the downtown and they're all kind of going for final approvals from the Common Council next week. There's a second one that Big from Milwaukee, but not big compared to a 32 story buildings that would have 15 stories with 220 apartments on a site that's between the river and the performing arts center's parking structure there in your water street, and these are all new developers coming into the market, proposing buildings that would have well health and we priced will say apartments and, you know, expecting to bring them on in the coming years, and, of course, expecting to rent them out. What are some of those rents going for? Yeah. For the Heinz building and third war that 32 story building. They're going for about $3 a square foot. So that's probably the higher end of the Milwaukee apartment market, even though rents are continuing to climb here. So that is up to about 2500 month for saying 835 Square Foot, one bedroom If you go into a three bedroom quartering units, you're approaching $5000 a month for that. Now our developers worried that there are just too many luxury apartments being built downtown. Yeah, that question has been asked pretty much of any hearing I've seen so far that new third Ward building and the developer Hinds there from Houston. They're familiar with the Milwaukee market because they built Northwestern Mutual's luxury apartment tower downtown. And for a long time since 2018 When it opened, it was the only real sort of luxury high rise housing you can find in the downtown market, at least for apartment. And now we have three more in the pipeline. There's the one that they're proposing a third war. There's the couture and a sense that are both under construction. So yeah, there's questions about whether the market can absorb that. And I've heard folks in the industry be, you know, skeptical on that point, But then you look at these investors for homes behind family behind the real estate firm is putting their own money into this. They're using their own real estate investment trust to finance it, and you're seeing other outfits. States parties putting money into the couture and into a scent as well. So there are folks that aren't really invested in Milwaukee that are coming from walking and investing for the first time in these towers, and it's because they like the data they're seeing. Apparently, I mean the housing market data out there showing there's none met the NAND for luxury apartment units and so far doesn't look like things have tipped the scale where supply without wage demands. What does the demographics of the people who are renting or going to rent these apartments? A lot of it is baby boomers and in that reference Cents a big segment of it, folks who, you know, have their house out in the suburbs and, you know, maybe don't want to have all that maintenance or all that property and they're saying, Okay, Well, I'm going to sell that. I'm going to move to, you know, a nice luxury place downtown be closer to some of the amenities there. Also, young professionals is another segment. I mean, a lot of these are sort of one bedroom, smaller units, which helps with the pricing on them For sure. You know the demand from young professionals. A lot of that is going to hinge on just the ongoing ability of downtown to attract more companies and jobs to and you know, so far, there's been pretty good figures on that front this year. Do you expect to see that same trend of luxury apartments continue even in the suburban areas in the suburban areas, we saw at least one luxury tower proposed. And while a Tosa which has very hot apartment market right now that one wasn't accepted by the city, they said it was too big and we haven't seen Lot of high rise, but we have seen A lot of sort of mid rise to two story town homes being proposed still in the suburbs as well. I mean, there's a lot happening in Oak Creek. We just got wind of another one going on in Franklin. So yeah, that market is still active as well. I mean, folks are seeing that demand and some of it is they're seeing the prices of single family homes and the availability of those continue to be in short supply. So they're expensive in their house so hard to come by. If you want to actually buy a home versus rent. They're saying that sort of amping up demand at least the current timeline. For people to event instead. Well, Sean Ryan from the Milwaukee business Journal. Thanks for helping us for Mark cast this week. It's always great to talk with you. My pleasure. Thank you. It's a 29 on wtmj. Welcome back.
"$140 million" Discussed on WTOP
"Warehouse sleep happens. Dot com It's 8 41 19 before nine. The district's distinctive new Frederick Douglas Memorial Bridge fully opened to traffic this morning, but W T. O P S Dick Uliano says some construction remains to be completed. The new suspension bridge carrying South Capitol Street over the Anacostia River looks graceful, with its soaring triple arches, and some drivers are getting their first ride on the new bridge. But the D. C Department of transportation plans evening weeknights stoppages in both directions from September. 15 to the 29th traffic will be held for as long as 15 minutes at various times between nine PM and six AM planners promised to avoid impacting Game nights at Nationals Park in Audi field. Take Uliano w. T O P news. Some of the workers who helped build before $140 Million Bridge are justifiably proud of their creation. Happy, uh, feel accomplished and glad to be a Polish project fell. Patterson, a lifelong D C resident, says the Frederick Douglas Memorial Bridge he helped build is A beautiful sight to see, especially a bridge named after great Frederick Douglass. Someone that my respect another construction worker from the city, Anthony first name only. I think the like between the two wars. 71 8 is, uh, something that a lot of people don't understand. You can't be a Washington and not have crossed this bridge in Southwest Kristi King. W. T o p News this week, Workers are going to start tearing down the crumbling South Capitol Street Bridge. That's the span that the Douglas Bridge replaced. Well, we don't even have to leave the couch anymore to place a bet on a football game. That's the reason, analysts expect there will be a record number of bets placed during this year's NFL.
"$140 million" Discussed on WTOP
"Said 25 55 to Jeff Play Ball Street kicks off the week with a rally that developed 216 points, a half percent. The S and P 500 index up almost 1%. The NASDAQ rallied 2% today and closed at a record. Existing home sales rose for the second straight month last month and reached a four month high. The National Association of Realtors says there is also more on the market with the number of homes for sale, the highest it's been since Last October. Ford has a hit on its hands with its upcoming small pickup. The maverick already has 100,000 buyer reservations. The hybrid Maverick gets 40 MPG. It is just six inches longer than a Toyota camera. It also starts at under $20,000. Owners have been good to Howard University this year. It has received a record $140 million in donations and pledges through the first six months of this year, including its biggest ever single donation. 40 million from Jeff Bastos. Former wife Mackenzie Scott. Jeff Global W T O P News Thank you, Jeff. Keep it here on W T O P. Pfizer formally approves that hit. The vaccine is formally approved by the FDA. What that means will talk all about it Coming up. It's 5 56 U S. A. A life insurance was made for busy families who have big plans, but very little time. Who's to do lists never stop growing. Like most of us, they think I should probably sit down and look into life insurance one of these days, But, ironically, life gets in the way There's football practice and ballet and vacations to plan and, hey, the grass isn't gonna mow itself and on and on. The good news is getting a quote from us A life insurance company is fast, so it's a decision that doesn't take a lot of time or peace and quiet to make. U S. A. A life insurance is made the way you need it. USA A. What you're made of were made. Four. Visit U. S a.
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"We do see potential for temperatures anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees above average across portions of California, Nevada, good portions of Idaho, Washington State and Oregon. Or if it projects that some parts of the southwestern US should get some relief by the end of the week. The Cuban government is blaming growing unrest over its coronavirus, pandemic response and economic crisis on US sanctions. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested Cuba's authoritarian rule is really to blame, adding that the Cuban people's decision to rise up Is there's alone. These are protests inspired by the harsh reality of everyday life in Cuba, not people in another country. President Biden says the mass protests that were stage across Cuba yesterday were remarkable. But so far he's given no indication that the U. S plan to reverse an embargo imposed on the island during the Trump administration. The top U. S envoy for Israeli Palestinian affairs is in the Middle East for the first time since Israel's new prime minister took office. NPR's Daniel Estrin has the latest from Jerusalem. Deputy assistant Secretary of state Hadi Amar is in Israel and the West Bank this week after Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett took office last month. Bennett's office says the prime minister will not be meeting with Amor. His visit comes as international mediators are still trying to negotiate a way to begin reconstruction in the Gaza Strip after the conflict in May between the Israeli military and Gaza militants. Israeli warplanes damaged roads and homes in Gaza and the World Bank, United Nations and European Union estimate that Gaza needs $485 million to rebuild over the next couple years. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem The Dow's climb more than 100 points since the Open. You're listening to NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian White. Some 10,000 Bay Area workers are expected to receive parts of a major settlement payment from one of the largest janitorial companies in the nation. They were part of a class action lawsuit against American building maintenance. The janitors alleged A BM failed to provide mileage reimbursement to workers and deducted meal periods from employees without evidence that meals were taken. Attorney Stan My Allison says the suit has already helped improve practices in the janitorial industry. Think what we've essentially done is taken jabs oil industry given there's a good shake up and cleaned up many, but not all. Of these problematic precious is a BM has agreed to pay $140 million to approximately 100,000 janitorial workers across California. The company did not respond to a request for comment. And the head of the North Bay commuter rail line isn't leaving just yet Far Hod Montessori and the general manager of the Cinema Marin Area Rail Transit Agency. Had planned to step down next month. But the Marin Independent Journal is reporting that he has agreed to stay on possibly for the rest of the year to give smart more time to find a successor. The agency's board recently voted to approve his contract extension. Smart is conducting a national search for a new GM. The agency says. The starting salary for the job will be close to $300,000. I'm Brian White. Good afternoon..
'Black Widow' Tops Box Office
"Box office record. I don't know how long we're going to continue to define it as a pandemic box office record, But let me break down the numbers. Why It's really good news for Disney. Plus all told black widow made $140 million globally in its opening weekend. Say that amount
"$140 million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"That he's got that. You know that really high potential that really good track ahead of him. But the Warriors should be trying to win now. And so I expect them to see if they're if they're picks, And maybe Wiseman included in that connection that that veteran who maybe wants out of town just to keep trying to get this thing back on track, With clay coming back, you have a lot of warrior fans who were currently in the midst of an existential crisis because of what you just said. They want to win now, and they feel like Steph only has a few years left of him being the great player that he currently is at this point, so I think they understand the idea of Getting James Wiseman to be the guy they want, but they know that it takes big men a while for them to do that, and we'll James Wiseman get it three or four years from now, and that will coincide with the possible decline of Steph Curry. Warrior fans are just they're scrambled with the thought of that being the situation. Here. But the thing is like that might be best case scenario, right, like like 3 to 4 years from now, and I don't know if you want to plan like that when you have stepped clay and Draymond right now, because it's just like I'm also obvious. I'm always of the opinion, like if you can go for a championship now, do it because we saw it back in 2012 Look at this thunder team in the finals for the next decade. They've got you know Durant and Westbrook and Harden and Ibaka. They have been back to the final films. And so I like we can project all this stuff up down the road, But for the most part, if you have a chance to go for a title, I say you do it. What? What's interesting is as you look at you know what's coming. I'm wondering Where did the Warriors stack up in the West? Just say they keep Wiseman and they're getting back Clay. And maybe they add of Bobby Portis type of free agent signing with the mid level or somebody to get somebody in the mid level. They got their picks. Uh, How's the West? Shaping up? Is Phoenix the new power to Wes or we're going to get, uh, kind of a more status quo. Uh, you know, totem pole in the West once everybody's healthy next year. Here's the question. Does Robert ever want to give Chris Paul even after Championship? $140 million over the next three years? Like notoriously cheap? Don't out, Right? Exactly Like even with the championship? It might be a thanks like I'm sorry. You watching campaign Are you watching Devin Booker? Look, Are they going to keep campaign facts? You you know, like I mean, they got they got DeAndre Ayton extension coming up. This this offseason like they're going to have to pay some money here and so I think Phoenix will probably keep it together if they win the championship. Maybe if they don't, but I don't think it's a lock that they're going to be a powerhouse forever. Or at least for the next few years and so, like the Warriors should be in that second tier. If they're healthy, like if we're getting 75 or 80% of clay next season, um, that that should be enough to have them in that, like 4 to 7 range in the Western Conference, especially like you know who I might might not be back. And then your boy called Georges. You've got to lead a team by himself. That never goes Well, how she always took a shot of my guy, Paul George. I mean, he's not wrong. Exactly appreciate the time, my man. Hopefully we'll have a little bit longer time. Next time we talked. Enjoy your holiday weekend, my friend. Thanks, guys. Appreciate it. Remember? Well, Zach Harper, follow him on Twitter at talk hoops got half past headlines coming up for you and we will get into our celebration of this nation's anthem. We will give Our takes and count up all the way to number one. What we believe to be the best renditions of the national anthem on this. Holiday getaway weekend Friday edition of the Tolbert less Kruger less Brooks Thompson Show. T. J B K B.
"$140 million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Precedent they have just set Is Devastated 17 people in Los Angeles injured when a police truck carrying a stash of illegal fireworks exploded. Those items were detonated and you saw the resulting damage and the total catastrophic failure of that containment vehicle, LAPD chief Michael Moore. The vehicle was supposed to contain the material, but for some reason, did not. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. The U. S Department of Transportation is a boarding millions to write an interstate 80 in the Sacramento area, representative John Garamendi said in $86 million Federal Grant will go to expanding the freeway lanes between Davis and downtown Sacramento. Officials say the 17 mile section of the road will have a manage lane that could be like the fast track lanes in the Bay Area. The project will take three years to complete at a total cost of $140 million. State and regional governments will likely seek a cost sharing plan to fund their part of the project. And Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg is delivering the state of the city address, the first since the Covid 19 pandemic began. Speaking outside the newly renovated Safe Credit Union Convention Center yesterday, Steinberg outlined his plans to address the homeless crisis, saying legislation for at least 5000 new living spaces is coming in July. That was a quick look at the latest news. I'm Johnny D. Agostini from the I Heart radio newsroom. Sacramento traffic alternating lane closures eastbound highway 50 Pioneer Bridge, The Captioning 99 Connector ramp until 11 A.m. and the 11th Street on ramp is closed until six A.m. five southbound Garden Highway off ramp is closed until 5 30 reduced lanes on south Um, five south of Highway 52 floor and wrote until six Stevens Avenue, off ramp and on rap closed until five h five reduced lanes in the L Grove area. Also between Southland Park Drive in Broadway until five eastbound foreign road on ramp and both foreign wrote off ramps are closed. Till five Seamus Avenue off ramp an on ramp closed and reduce lanes. Northbound five from near Highway 99 to Airport Boulevard until five traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Plenty of sunshine today with a high of 88 to 92. Then tonight will be clear with a low of 57 to.
"$140 million" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Not one but two systems for tracking in the tropics with your extended five day forecast four times an hour. A cool 76 dry here at W. D. Bl rain has dissipated clear across central Florida things shaping up quite a bit Well, I get a look at traffic coming up after the news as well. There was a huge chemical plant explosion in northern Illinois. We told you about that this morning. It's not expected to be fully contained for a few days, more than 1000 people have been forced to leave their homes. As a precaution. State and federal environment, responders of monitoring the air and the water during that clean up the runoff water from putting out the fire is, uh, they're afraid that it's going to run into a nearby river. Months after the riot at the US Capitol Attorney General Merrick Garland today, unveiling the government's first ever strategy to fight domestic terrorism. Garland spoke at the Justice Department and said all available government tools will be deployed to deal with an evolving and heightened threat to the United States. The Coast Guard in South Florida have made several major drug seizures. Crew members of the Qatar to Homa offloading drugs seized in three recent raids, including more than £7500 of cocaine, with a street value of more than $140 million. Girl Scouts of dealing with an unusual problem this year 15 million boxes of unsold cookies. Many of the troops were forced to Nick's their traditional cookie selling booths. Normally about 200 million boxes are sold every year, which is used for canned for the money is used for camps and other girl Scout activities. Officials are now asking people to buy boxes online through its hometown Heroes program. Those boxes will then be distributed to healthcare workers and first responders. And for the first time in about a year Walt Disney World says it's bringing back its nightly fireworks show that will begin on July. The first is a chance that you've seen how Disney has been testing the shows after hours for the last couple of months, Universal Orlando Seaworld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa have already resumed their fireworks show. Fireworks at Disney won't be making a full return until the happily ever after show at the Magic Kingdom comes back as well as the Epcot Forever A show at Epcot 803 here at W, D B l one. Oh 73 FM and am 5 80. Scott and as back for my roofing company, Universal Roof and Contracting. Make Universal roofing contracting part of your hurricane preparedness.
"$140 million" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Dry here at Wdbo. I'm Tony Marino. Continuing team coverage. The Biden administration today preparing to unveil plans to come Combat domestic terrorism. Attorney General Merrick Garland will roll out a national strategy to fight with the intelligence community calls the elevated threat posed by domestic terror. Part of the plan includes more sharing of information among local, state and federal governments and better coordination between the federal government and social media companies. The plan calls for more resources to identify and prosecute threats. And new deterrence to stop Americans from joining dangerous groups in Georgia. There was a shootout today over masks. It happened in a Decatur supermarket. A cashier was shot dead after telling a man he had to wear a mask inside of the store. Police say the man, uh, traded gunfire with an off duty deputy who works at the supermarket. Both of them were injured. The suspect is a 30 year old Trevor Tucker charged with murder. Orlando Police say they've arrested a registered sex offender on first degree murder charges after finding a woman's body in the woods 55 year old James Gafford now connected to the death of 29 year old Caitlin Emery. Our body was found on April 21st near the intersection of John Young Parkway and Princeton Street in Orlando. PD says it was Gafford, who first reported the discovery of Emery's body. Efforts currently being held in the Orange County Jail without Bond. Orlando Police are also being urged to change how they interact with people in troubled communities. Bethune Cookman University Dr Randy Nelson met with the department yesterday to submit a report on how to improve relations in neighborhoods like Washington Shores and power more Dr Nelson suggesting more face to face interaction with residents and students for beginners. The Coast Guard in South Florida has made several major drug seizures crew members of the Qatar Tahoma yesterday offloaded drugs seized in three recent raids, including over £7500 of cocaine with a street value of more than $140. Million. Lockheed Martin Space, the division of the Lockheed Martin Corporation, which has a large presence here in the Orlando Metro, announcing today that it's working with General Motors to develop vehicles for astronauts to use on the lunar surface. Lockheed Martin space is developing the spaceship that will bring US astronauts back to the moon. In other business news, the Orlando Business Journal reporting that Long Island based firearms company Dark Storm Industries will build a new manufacturing facility in Brevard County. The $3.5 million project, slated in slated for Titusville will create at least 50 jobs with an average annual salary of $50,000. And yet more great food coming to O Town, Texas based Mu Yeah, Burger will open a new location in the O Town west Development at the intersection of Apopka Violent Road and Darryl Carter Parkway. Existing franchisees who own a mu? Yeah, Burger and south downtown. Are opening this location. The company says they'd like to add up to 20 Central Florida Mulya locations within the next few years..
"$140 million" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Said Almost 25,000 employees complied with the vaccination requirement. In 27 of the 178 got first of a two dose vaccine and won't be fired if they get their second. The rest are subject to termination. The hospital system has been sued by 117 Unvaccinated employees. President Biden's announcing that the U. S is going to buy and give away half a billion dollars worth of fighter Covid 19 vaccines. Correspondent Kevin Corke. The doses will be distributed among more than 90 countries. 200 million will head up by the end of the year, and the remaining 300 million will be dispensed by the first half of next year. The update comes as spikes of the virus are popping up around the globe, like in Haiti, where, after relatively low case numbers earlier this year, the medical system is now overwhelmed. Haiti declared a state of emergency back on May 24th. Although the vaccine rollout may be showing signs of slowing down in the U. S. America still leaves the world with more than 140 million Americans already vaccinated. Kevin Corke Fox News to take care of Business campaign is being launched across DFW to get more North Texans vaccinated. It's hosted by the Dallas Regional Chamber and makes an effort to reach communities of color, which Chambers CEO double, Trotsky says have been disproportionately impacted by Covid in Texas. 40% of our population is Hispanic. But Hispanic has 52% of reported covid cases, and they've only been vaccinated at 33%. The chamber hopes to get 600,000 more North Texans vaccinated this summer from the WB AP News Desk I'm Nicolo say your next update is at 6 30 24 7 coverage at w b a p dot com.
"$140 million" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Old woman pleaded guilty today to shooting a police officer during a 2017 shootout. The Angela eaten shot a Chicago police officer in the vest on the West side. It happened after two plainclothes officers on patrol soccer engaging in a drug deal. After a brief chase. She turned around and fired at the officer eaten, was sentenced to 10 years in prison. If she had gone to trial, she would have faced a minimum of 26 years. With credit for time already in custody. She could be released in four years. Mayor Lightfoot says there are too many guns on the streets of Chicago and more needs to be done. Children in Chicago are being killed at an alarmingly high rate. The sometimes reports the number of shooting deaths involving Children 15 or under has more than tripled from three last year to 10 this year. That's more than the number of Children killed in all of 2019 shooting. Injuries involving Children are up more than 20%. The fact that there are so many guns available on our streets. It's a significant problem. She says she's pushing the issue locally and nationally through the U. S Conference of Mayors. Chicago is hitting a new milestone when it comes to the coronavirus. Here's Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr Allison are ready for the first time we have fewer than 100 new cases per day in Chicago, on average, really exciting. That's the lowest that we've been all the way back to the beginning of the pandemic. Back in March, the city is averaging 91 cases per day down 42% from last week positivity rate. Is 1.6%. The FBI revealed a covert 18 month global sting operation has led to more than 800 arrests and the seizure of 32 tons of drugs. 250 firearms, 55 luxury cars and $140 million. Here's FBI assistant director from the Criminal Investigative Division, Kelvin Shivers, operation Trojan Shield is a shining example of what can be accomplished. An international law enforcement partners from around the world, work together and develop state of the art investigative tools to detect, disrupt and dismantle transnational criminal organizations. The operation used an FBI developed encrypted messaging platform and police partners in 16 nations and now with community corners. Brought to you by Waubonsee Community College. Here's Andy Maser. One small step for man. One giant leap for mankind. Words made famous by astronaut Neil Armstrong. If you want to walk in his footprints,.
"$140 million" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of entertainment and pop culture. Heard at the top of every hour on my talk One of 71. What have you learned over the weekend? Will Smith shared a photo of himself on social media claiming that he was in the worst shape of his life. Now you may have thought he was just trying to be relatable but hard. Oh, It's all part of a YouTube unscripted Syriza's that has just been announced today. YouTube announced an unscripted serious with Will Smith following his fitness journey. This project, called the best shape of My Life is going to premiere next year, and the six part fitness series will follow. Will Smith as he challenges himself to improve every aspect of his fitness with the help of guests, including pro athletes, scientists, experts and talk you two creators. Nothing is real and everyone's We've been trying to tell you Don't believe anything. Yeah, so we'll be able to watch out for us. That's true. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. The red hot Chili Peppers are selling their song catalog to know sis songs for upwards of $140 Million hypnosis songs. It's a organization that buys music rights. Oh, so basically, they're selling out for about $150 million. Yeah, so they have songs that include under the bridge. Give it away. Dani, California knocked me down. The band has been around for almost 40 years they formed in 1982. Working on a new album, and they're just the latest act to be selling the rights to their music catalog for hundreds of millions of dollars. I mean, congrats to them. Yeah, you're now way richer. Yes, that is true. Well, your family for generations live off the interest. And finally, NBC is returning tonight Court. The network has handed out a former pilot order for a sequel that Starr's original star, John Larroquette, Toe and Melissa route from the Big Bang theory. I love this. I'm hoping this means that some streaming service will carry all the episodes of Night court because it is incredibly difficult to find nightmare. Fired. Let us hope that in the case, this is just a pilot order, so we don't know if we're actually going to get a series, but NBC's interested in it. Well, that's all the dirt this hour for more. Check out my talk. One of 71 dot commer download my talking up. It's his death kiss stuff. My talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at 8 2012 25 20 on my talk one of 71. When I'm meant to be like, See pin thank cocaine, so let's least integrated Girl upset brewing. Talking a chart showing your you coming? Suppose you you won't be pissing myself less likely should stay with good. No need to hide. Oh, man. Um, Did you see that coffee order that went viral yesterday? This is the Colleen and Bradley Show My talk one of 71 streaming live If I talk one of 71 dot com everything entertainment In Lindstrom Bradley trainer Well, hello on. Did you see that public ated Starbucks order,.
"$140 million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You gotta You gotta make what 40 to get that 23 to give it back to me. Oh, better knock off Jake from state farm and certain You better hope you had a big transected the Derby time again the math on that. I mean, you just laid it out there. You gotta make $40 million to pay people. You don't like 20 Million and change. Oh, fine. Play quarterback. Yes, I'm coming back up through it through their eyes. They don't like you who covers the pack. Dammit! Rob Tomasky, who? Supposedly He's got a real tight relationship. Put it at less than 5% chance that he put that Rodgers plays for the team this year. Less than 5%. And so what does he think that in game is was you think y'all come in, then he retires. We're just trying, But I will say this I Rogers is weird and everything, but I blame the Packers. Um, you know, first of all last year against Rogers came out and said that Jake Kumerow was a lock to make the team and they cut him the next day. All right, you know, and you've got a PR staff. That's like nine deep and they got like Roger's wouldn't have any quote so they wouldn't see. So it's some plausible that they didn't know that. He said that the day before so communication breakdown number one Most important guy in your building player. Wise makes a statement and you're gonna make a move The next day that flies right in the face of his statement. You may want a least pull me aside and just tell him why you're gonna cut him And the same thing with Jordan Love in the draft. You know he's sitting there going, I'm gonna get a wide receiver. They're gonna help me wanna win the Super Bowl and then all wait a second. They're not helping me win a Super Bowl. They're setting it up for when I'm done in there. And what no communication that that was the plan. I mean, that's their right, and it's in and maybe even their obligation, but they gotta communicate. Give life's about communicating, especially with People that mean an extraordinary amount to your bottom line, and he's one of them. Solution. Yeah, I mean, look, eh? Yeah. Look, if everything's being equal, Yeah, you probably should. You know what they can do? They're not They communicated to him. They communicated $140 million to him that that's how much he means to them. That's what they communicated to him. Somebody paid you $140 million. Then they're telling you, you're our guy. And we think you are the guy in the NFL. Now, if you feel like you're owed a plan Maybe you shouldn't have signed that deal to begin with. Maybe you shouldn't have signed that extension to begin with. Maybe you should have said, you know what? Maybe it's better off. I go someplace else. And play. You had that chance. But now you've already signed the contract. You're give reaping the benefits of getting the checks. And now what? You've got to have control of the team, the A gay guy. I gotta know what's going on. I mean, look, they're doing what's best for the team, not what's best for Aaron Rodgers. And maybe that's where Aaron Rodgers is upset. Is he sees a guy like Tom Brady down Tampa. They get Tom. It's like, Hey, let's get Brown. Let's get wrong. Let's get this guy. Let's get that guy. Let's just go. Let's go all in for a couple years and see what the hell happens Post. Maybe that's what he was like. Yeah, maybe that's what he feels like. Should be done in Green Bay. Like screw the future. I don't care about the future. I'm not going to be here. Let's do its best for the Packers. While I could help you guys win a championship, and I guess that's understandable from his standpoint, but they're thinking about it as We got to make sure this thing is rolling after Aaron Rodgers is here, and that's why we're going to get this quarterback because we think this could be a guy much like when they drafted Aaron Rodgers and burnt far was there pure bred, farmed and think to kind of them dropped in Aaron Rodgers. But it's worked out pretty good for the Packers in that Aaron Rodgers won m V P won a Super Bowl. I don't know if Jordan love can be that guy. I have no idea, but they got a look at the long term implications of everything they do So obviously, Aaron Rodgers has started to see the end. Of the road, you know, maybe 45 more years. He wants to maximize that as much as possible. He wants a chance to win a championship there in Green Bay, and he feels like they should give him every available option. Win that championship and they haven't A B B. B. Frank. They have not done a great job of that. If I'm a Packer fan, I'm not real thrilled with how they've run the organization because I'm with Aaron, and that Would do a better job of putting things around him to help them win a championship. But they don't always to you what they owe you was those big ass checks every couple weeks that I'm sure are bouncing. So from that standpoint, look, either you play there or you don't play there. You retire and give $23 million back or here's an idea. Maybe don't sign the extension to begin with. Don't go someplace else Did you see the Bears go after him a little bit this weekend, Ryan Pace puts out Yes. We talked to Andy Dalton before we made the selection of Justin not lay. Listen, wait a minute. The bears. They don't need to get involved in this in no way, shape or form. Okay, give the Bears finally did something reasonably smart and competent by getting Justin field. And now all of a sudden you feel like you want to get in and get these jokes off you just you're still the Chicago Bears. All right? You are still looking for a quarterback and hope that you get a franchise quarterback for the first time in. Oh, I don't know. Half a dozen generations, Okay, because you still went out and got Andy Dalton. All right, and tweeted out that he was QB number one. So don't nobody want to hear from the Bears trying to be funny. You still stink. Shut, IRS shut up. We talked any don't Yeah. Good. Stop talking. Stop finishing third. That's that's that's like the Texans. Get me and talking about the Niners quarterback situation. Yeah. Would you guys would have been stupid to take Matt Jones? I don't want to hear from you. You dumb You're the Texans. The same thing with the Bears. You're not funny, All right? It is funny. It's not funny because it's coming from the Bears. You're the wrong messenger. Give that job to somebody else. It's funny their hands Hey, let Tampa Bay's you know, social media staff get that joke off. Not you, Not you seriously, bears something, And by the way, any time of general managers like on the doorstep to being fired, he trades next year's number one That's always a bad look..
"$140 million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Rocket can Coming up this morning here on the show in 20 minutes, Dan, A duty is going to join us here on the show. He is an actor and comedian who is part of the new Kevin James sitcom A Netflix called the crew. Which centers around a NASCAR garage shade NASCAR pit crow, then a doot is one of the crew members. Kevin James, the leader of the crew. So Talk to Dan coming up here. Very funny guy in about 20 minutes. He's also been on Cobra Kai. And so people love him from that. He's also the host of a food podcast with comedians talking about meals and what's in their fridge, etcetera. So He's an interesting guy has had an interesting career. Don't stand up for a long time feature on the on the Tonight Show. A couple of times, We'll talk to Dan about that coming up in 20 minutes from now, in 40 minutes, the Fernando to tease extension. Which is a lot of money, but very cool for Padres fans just to finish off something I was talking about last hour. The Jaguar is returning to teal as their primary home uniforms color. Their uniforms aren't going to be different. It was just that teal Clarify was their alternate jersey and they're blacks were their primary home jersey. They're just gonna go and flip. Those two's that Essentially, teal is what you'll see. Almost every home game in the black alternate will what you'll be seeing more rarely, which I think is a good thing. I think the teal was their signature for such a long time, They tried to distance themselves from that, starting in 2012. It's over the last eight year they tried to be less steel and more black. And I think you know if you're the Jaguars and Teal was what the fans love, and they were your glory years. Why distance yourself from those going back to them is really cool. I would love to see them go back. The unit is that they wore during the Fred Taylor, Mark Brunell and Keenan McCardell, Jimmy Smith, Tony Boselli days the late nineties early two thousands. It was little better little cleaner than what they had when they first started as an expansion team mid nineties. A couple of years later, they eliminated some of the stuff on the sides. They just looked great. It looked clean. It was beautiful. I'd love to see them actually go back to that. But in lieu of that, I think just having your teal home base primaries is really cool. I think it's really, really cool and I think for the Jaguars fan base You know, you really do get to feel as though there is a reboot happening. You've got obviously the number one pick in the NFL draft. I have to assume that's Trevor Laurence. We will talk more about that coming up an hour from now because there's now more and more reports surfacing that Multiple NFL. GM's like Zach Wilson more than they like Trevor Laurence. I can't quite understand that, but let's assume you get Trevor Laurence. You have Urban Meyer. Now is your head coach. You try to turn the page You got till uniforms back. This could be a good fresh start for Jags fans who have been served up a healthy dose of terrible for about 10 years now, maybe longer. Yeah, longer than that 15 years. So I want to talk about here, though, to start off this hour. Shack Barrett and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers because While the casual fan is obviously going to focus just on Tom Brady winning a Super Bowl, and maybe they know Gronk because he's very popular NFL player Really the essence of this Buccaneers championship is about their defense. And whether it was a stupid by Tom Brady or luck by Tom Brady to land in a place that had an elite defense. That was as important, if not more important than Tom Brady's play. Now, Tom Brady's His aura, his confidence He definitely took the belief to the next level in that locker room and without Tom Brady there. The Buccaneers don't win a Super Bowl, so this is not to take away from number twelve's hand in this, but this is just too once again. Highlight that the defense that Brady had was as significant as Brady's football. The defense was as significant, if not more significant than the offense. Because that defense went to New Orleans. Had three interceptions of Drew Brees. That defense went to Green Bay. And largely grounded the best offense in the NFC and the EVP, an Aaron Rodgers. And a whole host of weapons that the Packers bring to the table. And that defense went to Tampa. State in Tampa and play the most dynamic offense in the NFL. And the best football player in the NFL. And gave them only three field goals. That defense was Equally or if not more important than Tom Brady's offense. To win this championship. But That defense could lose significant players in this offseason. Specifically shack, Barry Who became an absolute pass rushing monster. And some are projecting him to gain to earn Maybe 135 200 of $40 million contract on the open market. He's a free agent. And maybe about 70 million of that guaranteed. Now Tampa Bay that went all in tow, win a Super Bowl. How are you going to find $140 Million for shack, Barry? This past year. He was on a one year $15 million deal a lot different. He had more pressures than anybody in the NFL. Besides Aaron Donald this year pro football focus put out this stat. Erin Donald had.
"$140 million" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Sean, If you wanna be a part of the program, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham eyes with us Senator Welcome back to the program. Look, you had $140 million thrown at you. We see the same amount of money now being thrown into Georgia. The same Hollywood idiots. You know, the Alec Baldwin's of the world. You know what's that full house? A Listen Molano Debra Messing by the way, the same Crowd that wanted a boycott Georgia less than two years ago, now going in and telling Georgians how they ought to be voting in this upcoming to Senate races, the runoff coming on January 5th. Well, I hope they will be the same backlash in Georgia's that welcome, South Carolina. But, you know, hopes sound strategy year so What are they saying? There are playing purging people to not vote in the Senate races. The Liberals are and they're asking people around him. Donald Trump is a protest so They're not trying to help President Trump. They're trying to help the radical Democratic Party. So I'm worried So the numbers came out today. Sean Act Blue, You know the digital of fundraising platform for Democrats. Yeah. How much money they've raised in Georgia for the two Democratic senators since October. The 15th to number 20,000,066 million for 1 63 million for the other. Win Red, which is the Republican alternative back blue as same period of time. 30 million for 1 27 for the other. We're giving out raise to the one on digital platforms. These people are all in Stacey Abrams. Somehow convinced Georgia Republicans to enter to consent decree that makes it harder to validate mill in voting. I just don't know. I just I'm very worried about what I see in Georgia right now. Now the governor was on last night. I've been very critical of the governor of a beam or critical. The secretary of state who has been too busy fighting you, uh, irritated. You know, all you're trying to do is help you even put your money where your mouth is. And I think out of your own campaign funds you sent over well over a million dollars at this 0.3 Now, Okay, You said $3 million, which, by the way, that's not very common among politicians. But you're sharing, you know money that you raised and didn't have to end. The end spend, which is important to do s so last night, he goes on, or Ingram show and says that well, one I've called for signature signature on it and to which you and I have been discussing in detail on DSA says that it's up to the secretary of state. I can't do anything else, which is not true because he has the authority, the loan authority to call the Legislature back in a session and fix these issues to assure people That this mess is not going to continue in a month and a day when the Senate runoff takes place. Here's what he said. You're not called early on for a signature, all that obviously Secretary State for the laws and the Constitution would have to order that he has not done that. I think it should be done. I think Especially with what we saw today. It raises more questions. There needs to be transparency on that I would again call for that. And I think in the next 24 hours hopefully we'll see a lot more from the hearings that the Legislature had today and we'll be able to look and see what the next steps are. All right. So you hear him there now He can call the Legislature into session. You're aware of it. I'm aware of it. Matt Towery, inbred cover run. They're aware of it. Why is he acting like he can't? Okay, There's two things here now. This was a big statement about the governor. You and I have been talking about auditing the mail in ballot signatures. In a bipartisan fashion in a professional fashion to see if the results on election Day would withstand scrutiny. Want attempts to signature verification? The governor last night on Laura's show, said he is pulled out. I'm not so sure the Legislature can order that the Legislature can change the rules. The next election. Requiring, of course and signature verification. The Legislature can board the consent agreement and institute a new law. But I'm not so sure they can order an audit that maybe is up to the secretary of state. But here's the good news camp. It's conservative guy and, you know, I wish you would be more aggressive about calling the Legislature end. But here's what I believe that the state of play is the secretary of state is the sole person with authority and Georgia toe audit the signatures on mill in voting for the presidential election. And I would give anything if he would, because I don't think it will withstand scripting. Well, I don't think it will, either. Now. All right now we have a lot of different steps here when one let's start with the president is holding a rally tomorrow. All right, So I think that which is extremely helpful. I would like to see Senator Purdue and Senator Law fight They'll be with the president. I think they should join the president in this effort to demand signature verification. So why is this important shine? Under Georgia law they didn't consent to create. It basically allowed the ballot application to be used to verify the signature that's literally like comparing the four drew signature to his own signature. In a bag check case. You wanna actually compared the signature of the check to the person who owns the account so they needed change the consent decree? Go, says adulterated the The day the boat, But more importantly, they need the most true that signatures are valuable bipartisan When you go to vote on Election Bowl and Georgia, there's a Republican and Democrat. Check in your idea to make sure you are who you say you all There is no such system for Millen voting. So what do we need to do is make sure that a melon bell across the same checks and balances If he voted in person, and that goes back to verifying the signature, the legislators should change the law to make it more. Bipartisan better signature verification and the secretary state should audit the signatures. Umm that we're sending on election day. You could see if they were there with them Scrutiny. Yeah, well, one thing that they gotta think of to look, people need confidence in the vote. Republicans now do have the ability To set up poll observers in locations everywhere you know, is part of that everywhere, Stupid agreement and as a result of the Democratic Party, the Democratic of Georgia, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. On the congressional committees. All sued in March..
"$140 million" Discussed on The Coaches Corner
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"$140 million" Discussed on The Coaches Corner
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"$140 million" Discussed on The Coaches Corner
"Welcome back to another episode I i'm gonna just one quick thing. I gotta say right off the bat right off the bat that i may. I'm going to try to keep this on point. I was watching caleb here and watched some of the stuff. You're tom rock man. We could go for eight hours to do everything from copy and traffic and marketing. I'm going to try my best to weave what we talk about today from. Really practical actionable stuff and tried to keep like you've seen so much success. You're you're. I'm sure we could mind for twenty hours. Brilliant marketing tactics and just brilliant information from your mind and i will do my best to just filter down into key lesson that we could take after listening to this episode that you can literally take. That's my intent today taken us because we can listen to get all this wealth of information from him which is sweet. But if we don't do anything with it we're gonna wait forty five minutes and i don't want that for you so i'll do my best to keep it on super pumped to have you on the show. Caleb how you doing. Thank you very much. I'm doing great man. how are you doing. I'm so pumped going through your list of like accomplishments and literally. We just had an email last week from a few people because we had Grant who was talking about like billions you know grand cardoza talk about money and someone else talking about cash flow and they were like dude. That's so awesome. But like i can't connect with that i wanna know like how do i start building something and sometimes i get that we see you know generating over one hundred forty million dollars in sales for companies he's owned and operated. I'm sure you've generated way more for companies that you've worked with or that you've helped and that number is impressive. It's crazy. But i guarantee you that you started making a buck online making ten bucks or two bucks or one hundred bucks. I don't know what the first product was would be really interested to hear about just to get this thing going is. What's the first thing you sold. Or how. How how'd you get into this. Let's let's make you a human here not alleged and then we'll turn then. They will reveal the legendary status her right. I hope to live up to the expectations here. I i'm from arlanda. If you haven't guessed from my accent it was a high school dropout. I never finished high school Never went to college. When i was twenty years of age i My brother remortgaged his house to give me the money to go and moved to miami beach and live with and mentor on one of the greatest direct response advertisers. Who ever lived. His name was gary halbert..
California authorizes more than $140m in payouts in alleged fraud highlighting department in crisis
"Unemployment claims from prison inmates have cost California $140 million. At least 35,000 unemployment claims were fraudulently made on behalf of prison inmates costing California $140 Million and paid out benefits. The Sacramento County D. A calls it one of the biggest fraud of taxpayer dollars in California history. The claims were made between March and August and even include one of the name of convicted murderer Scott Peterson. Prosecutors were tipped off by listening in on recorded calls from prison as inmates bragged about scamming the system. This scheme always involved someone on the outside to facilitate the applications, and prosecutors say the problem is compounded by dysfunction at the California Employment Development Department, which does not check unemployment claims against a list of prison inmates, as many other states do. From the
More Than $140M In EDD Benefits Paid Out To California Inmates, Investigation Finds
"And federal prosecutors say California's Employment Development Department has been paying benefits to tens of thousands of inmates costing the state over $140 million from NPR member station KQED Julie Chang reports. The fraudulent claims were filed between March and August. The even included some high profile inmates like convicted murderer Scott Peterson. State Assembly member David Chu says this adds to a long list of failures by the state agency. So many of our constituents make a single typo. And then he did the application and they're denied income for months when an inmate on death row can use a fake name to get benefits paid out. Prosecutor said the department didn't cross reference unemployment claims against the list of prisoners like some other states do. The state agency has been overwhelmed with millions of benefit claims since March that resulted in a backlog that led to a two week shutdown in September
Pay Gap Persists Among M.B.A. Graduates
"A pig gap has emerged among graduates of NBA programs. A new study indicates that going into MBA programs white students earned an average salary of seventy one thousand two hundred ninety four dollars while minorities surveyed earned twenty four percent less at fifty seven thousand six hundred forty dollars upon graduation that pay gap narrowed to sixteen percent with minorities. Earning one hundred one thousand five hundred and five dollars on average to their white counterparts average of one hundred seventeen. Eighteen thousand eight hundred and thirty four dollars and nine hundred men and women were surveyed who earned their degrees between two thousand five and two thousand seventeen the students who identified as black Hispanic or native American received a bigger pay increase upon graduation, averaging a seventy six percent salary gain their non minority peers salaries rose by an average sixty five percent, but the study points out the gains come on top of unequal pay leading a pig app