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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 weeks ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Wiped out Greenwood thriving black community and Tulsa, Oklahoma. Hundreds of black people were killed by a white mob A century ago, Mike in his meeting with survivors, a minute ongoing national reckoning on racial justice. He's also visiting the Greenwood Cultural Center. And will announce new efforts to address the nation's racial wealth gap. Negotiations over are now entering a critical phase. And the use of unspent Covad 19 relief funds, which Republicans want to repurpose to pay for repairing roads and bridges. The two sides are still about a trillion dollars apart in Washington. I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg Radio travel in the Since covert 19 shut things down. More than seven million people were screened, including just over 1.9 million yesterday alone. Johnson and Johnson will need to pay a $2.1 billion award to women who claim that it's baby powder was contaminated with cancer causing asbestos. The U. S. Supreme Court today left intact the largest verdict in the almost decade long litigation over the iconic product. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists.

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:18 min | Last month

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on WTVN

"Thank you for tuning in to the Mark Blazers Show Josh cease In for Mark, he'll be back from vacation. Tomorrow. We got 6 10 W. T V and legal analyst and Columbus Defense Attorney Brad Coughlan studio Andre I wanted before I get to the doctor Fauci thing a couple people been on hold for a while. I just I want to wrap these last two calls up here. On da Karen. Thank you very much for calling in and hold nonce along. Hello, Karen. Oh, hey, how are you? Good, Karen, not what's on your mind. I wanted to get you in here since you've been waiting for so long. I appreciate it. I just want to let you know I've been emailing the governor about every other day. I think his plan for the lottery is ridiculous. Unfair so and I also called the Attorney general's office. Just, you know, get my two cents and worse. Um, I just think it's ridiculous and the federal tax those that we have all paid to be that much more do Justice Lee. If The object is to get people to take back to nation I when I'm out and about people if they even know about it, especially the young kids. Nine out of 10 usually say they don't know anything about it. So I tell everybody about it. And I am registered now because I did take the vaccine. But I suggested to the governor that he could put the money in the mobile units to go around to different places of employment. To see if people want to be vaccinated and social media and advertising in that kind of thing. I just think so. That's my two cents worth. Thank you and Brad. I love your Sunday show. I listen. Well, thank you very much. Thank you. Love it. Love it. That's all right. Can't appreciate that. Thank you, Um, you to have a family straight? I've got to my mom's in there to your mom and my mom and Karen. I love that. All right. And last call here, John. Thanks for calling into the mark. Places show John Whoa! Uh, I had a different take on the Vaccine watery system. The money can't be used for anything other than it was a portion of the $22 billion. It was adult allocated by the Department of Health and Human Services for vaccination related activities, and that would include advertising in any other. Activity that was designed to increase the number of people vaccinated. So even if it wasn't spent on this lottery, it couldn't really be spent on mitigating personal financial losses incurred by people because of the covert. Pandemic. You know, John, you make a good point, Brad. I mean, legally. I mean, maybe the governor's hands were tied and that in that sense I hadn't thought about that. I mean, the feds kind of convicted what you would do with the money. What had to get other sources of personal financial mitigation through your other, Uh, bills were significantly larger than this $22 billion elephants, you healthy human services. I'm not sure that the part of the Ohio Constitution that talks about the establishment of a lottery requiring legislative approval is Relevant because this Doesn't collect any funds from any of the people participating, and there wouldn't be any funds established for public education, right? Not sure that that is relevant. I think people want to focus on the $2 billion that was Wasted in Ohio on fraudulent or erroneous unemployment. I saw that the other day Brad that turned out to be to build $2 billion is what that turned out to be in the unlike this. That money was actually designed by the federal government to mitigate personal financial losses, so funds Re collected from that could be probably allocated or other personal financial losses. So forget about the five million. This is 400 times as much. Go for the $2 billion they wasted on this. John appreciate the call. I mean, you're not How you gonna get that $2 billion back? Brad, Where did it go? That zip. It went to people filing fraudulent unemployment claims Hub $2 billion. How does $2 billion just disappear? I don't know. I mean, leave it to government to have that happen, but I mean, the money has to hit an account. It's got it has to go someplace. Got to be a digital trail, right? I mean, everything is paid $2.1 billion in unemployment benefits. Then they have to go to an account. Why can't you find out what account those went to I have no idea what they're doing here that you know, I It's just another thing that Kim is out this pandemic. Okay, So who's in charge? Who are we paying to be in charge to make sure that bureau's job family services? Distributes the money correctly. Who's in charge of this stuff? I know you. You're asking questions that I don't have answers to man. I wish you're I know what you're doing, but it's just Yeah, it's it's frustrating. Speaking of frustrating Juicy Fauci on Good Morning America this morning. No, I was in court. Someone's going to prison today. He basically came out and said That the masks were political theater that why his mask wearing was political theater, he flip flopped again. Imagine that Dr Fauci flip flopping. Hey, was on Good Morning America, and they asked them, you know, basically, like, you know, why were you wearing the masks? Even though you were vaccinated and he goes, here's Here's what he told Georgia Snuffleupagus. He goes before the CDC made the recommendation change. I didn't want to look like I was giving mixed signals. But being a fully vaccinated person. The chances of my getting infected in an indoor setting is extremely low. So why was he pushing Tony and where? Even when the vaccine was out, Brad in February, hey, was talking about double masking. Remember that crap? The crazy double mask where two masks It just goes about how dumb are we and you can't keep track of any of the stuff you get Whiplash. If you try to keep track of this stuff, I hope it a minimum that our country has learned how to handle. Some somewhat of a pandemic because the real ones coming there was a what? What happens when a real one comes Are we going to have have they cried Wolf? Are we prepared? What do we learn? Moving forward? Forget about Fauci and the Mass. Right now. We need to stop focusing on blame game. We didn't need to figure out what do we do when? When the CCP or whoever. The evil doers are who are behind this? The next one. Women. We don't know exactly what have we learned and how we're gonna protect yourself moving forward, but see, that's why I'm focusing on Fauci and the Mass right here because what we learned from this is that these people are liars that they mislead people that that they say one thing when the truth is, I'm not this time for Fauci together. He's been there since 84 83 84 spender since Ronald Reagan. He's been his position forever. It's time for him to go with bright need to do. Ah, thinking from service, giving one of those JFK Courage Award moving, moving on and let's have it some cleaning house. The government needs a thorough Cleaning house or a hard reboot is weird. Seriously does reboot. Because nobody here is the problem. When you say what happens when there's the real pandemic comes. I think we're screwed, Brad because we're not going to believe anything that we're being told. Because we've been played so hard in this this whole thing that people don't have any not gonna have any faith in anything. They're here in the next time around, So that's why I bring it up. He basically admitted I was just doing it for for looks for political theater, and it's just going..

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

05:58 min | Last month

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newt's World

"Book. The degree to which the new york media propped him up was astonishing. I think he still has fairly decent ratings in the state i mean i wouldn't automatically say he couldn't get reelected assuming he's not in jail. Correct well you know they give emmys to actors and we know that he was a great actor. It was really fiction when you think about the book that he wrote all of that we now know. He profited to the tune of four million dollars on that book deal at the same time that he was shutting the state down at the same time that people were losing their lives and livelihoods all as a result of his lack of action in the beginning and then his heavy-handed dictatorial action as we went along and he lied about. You know people say well. What does it matter where somebody died while when you're fighting a new virus and you're trying to track the epidemiology of it and how it spreads contracts the virus and they die actually is a big part of that right a critical piece to this and we know that the reason he lied to me is very clear. He lied about the numbers. He doctored a report that was issued to the public and he did that so that he could get that four million dollar book deal so they can profit at a time. When new yorkers were again losing their lives in liley hoods that is old fashioned corruption assist stunning level of corruption. Just amazing so let me ask you one. Last question talked about how weird the democratic party is how challenging the structure of the government is right. Now i mean are you an optimist that new yorkers will automatically get their act together and take power back from the medical machine. I am you know as a republican new york and his a buffalo bills fan. I'm always an eternal optimist right so i have no other option but i am an optimist. I firmly believe that people at the end of the day regardless of your party. Your background most. Americans new yorkers there are always going to choose freedom over oppression. They're always gonna choose opportunity over a handout or the lack of opportunity and people want to be safe crime all these polls badly all the things that you see go on are things that i think. No matter what your party is you would be against. You would want to see a change so you know. The republican party of new york is going to have to make a case that we are the party of sanity fiscal sanity public safety sanity party. That wants to give every new yorker an opportunity and we're the party that's focused on changing those out migration patterns because that's the single biggest threat to the state of new york that we are continually losing capital both fiscal capital human capital using employees losing employers. And if we don't change that simple trend then new york state will go the way of the dodo bird so speak so. I am an optimist. But it's up to us as you know to carry that message and make sure that people understand. They do have a choice that this is not the only future that this is not the only option that there is an attractive option on the other side. Well we're going to put contact information both for you and for the state. Gop on our show page. And i think that people are fascinated. And i hope maybe one we are through the next legislative session. We might chat again because you are right in the middle of the most interesting examples of a corrupt radical incompetent and amazingly destructive machine. And i think you're reports are very very helpful. I really appreciate your taking the time to brief us and bring us up to speed. I thank you for having me right to hear from you. And i look forward to coming on your show anytime you want. Thank you very much. Neutral has produced by gingrich. Sixty and iheartmedia are executive producers. Debbie meyers our producers garnsey. Sloan and our researcher is rachel peterson. The our work for this show was quite a steep penalty special. Thanks to the team. Gingrich three sixty. If you've been enjoy neutral. I hope you'll go to apple podcast. And both rate us with five stars and give us a review so others can learn what it's all about right now. Listeners of neutral can sign up for my three free weekly columns gingrich three sixty dot com slash newsletter. I'm newt gingrich. This is neutral.

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

08:08 min | Last month

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newt's World

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Five g user experience report january twenty twenty one capable device required coverage not available in some areas recognized that the states facing a real crisis both in new york city. Where crime is out of control. I n where you may have had the worst mayor in the country but also statewide. Where between two thousand eighteen and nineteen some hundred and eighty thousand people left the state new york and california both contributing to a mass migration to states. That don't have income taxes for example. But you also because you've been a leader and you work knows what sort of things do you think should have been. We'd had a rational common-sense center right legislature with a budget the size. What would you be doing. Well when you're giving twelve point six billion dollars from the federal government now they said you can't use that quote unquote for tax cuts. But as you know money's fungible so okay that twelve point six billion in invest that in things that we had you know infrastructure mental health services you know use that to shore up our unemployment system which was total disaster early on the pandemic. If you need an unemployment check or to file for unemployment. you'd had better luck filing in a different state. I mean it was awful so taking that money investing that in the critical services that we expect government to provide the twenty first century. Then you could see what taxes cut taxes for our small business. Don't you spend a bunch of money on commercials. Saying new york's open for business actually cut taxes and lower regulations and guess what businesses will figure out that. You're open for business. Cut taxes for middle. Inca a for all new yorkers make new yorker more affordable place. Give the ten thousand two hundred dollar tax break to law by new yorkers who collected unemployment last year your unemployment last year the first ten to will match. What the federal government's doing you don't pay taxes on that. That would send a clear message that we actually care about working. Law by new yorkers here in this state but we didn't do that that wasn't even talked about correctly this run because the numbers are so weird. It's hard for an outsider. Like me to really believe it. That apparently your unemployment system last year spent more in the last year and the previous thirty years. How is that possible. There's probably several factors that contribute to that but the biggest one is new york closed businesses in shut the state down and kept it shut down for far longer than many other states did. If not every other state maybe save for california or michigan. And when you do that every restaurant every hospitality business. They laid people off. They said well. I don't know what i'm going to open up against only people off so you had just an influx of folks filing front employment people who never normally would file. We also made more people eligible for unemployment even in professions that normally. They're not eligible. Because we were saying. You can't go to work for me mr speaker. it was always real simple in this pandemic. There were two different types of states. There were states that said what is the least restrictive. We need to be while keeping people safe then. There were states that said what is the most restrictive we can be without completely crashing. The economy were the ladder. We tried to be as most restrictive as we could be while still allowing some level of commerce. Whatever the minimum was we should have been operating from the other mind set. That freedom is the goal that liberty and economic freedom and mobility. That should be the goal. What is the least restrictive. We need to be on folks while keeping people safe. We did not do that. And so when you do it the other way when you say you can't go to work you can't open your business will then. We have an obligation to provide funding. So that you're able to eat. And that was why the unemployment system which was so outdated. They didn't even have the technology to be able to let people file claims. The system kept crashing. We couldn't get a hold of somebody. It was awful and to add insult to injury we had calls in my office from constituents who were in democratic senate districts brooklyn syracuse. They were calling my office because they couldn't get a hold of their representatives. So these folks have been absent from this entire pandemic and your listeners should know this too. We've allowed governor cuomo. The majorities in both houses have allowed the governor to run the state by executive order. The entire time the democrats they have a supermajority and they've used it do nothing except watch. The governor continue to keep the state lockdown to make all these decisions by the stroke of his pen even still as he is engulfed in multiple investigations of sexual misconduct sexual assault sexual harassment. Lying to people about fifteen thousand folks dying in nursing homes and yet we continue to sit by. They are not interested in governing. they're interested in activism. These are all activists people who came from community activism who push these radical ideas they have no interest in being representative which you know something about. I know something about. They're interested in that. They are interested in being activists and getting paid to do it. That's it even with everything you just described as i understand it. The governor made a series of decisions which may have killed between nine and twelve thousand senior citizens. That's right and yet he got. What an.

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

07:16 min | Last month

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newt's World

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Your bigger than texas and florida combined in terms of your state budget. That's correct. We have a two hundred twelve billion dollar budget. That's larger than the state budgets of florida and texas combined and yet they have more population than we do in fact eventually they're going to have more new yorkers than we do so you have a very very big budget financing very destructive projects. I noticed that the fiscal policy institute estimated that under this new budget ninety two thousand illegal immigrants would get a fifteen thousand six hundred dollar payment because they'd lost income during the pandemic and another hundred ninety. Nine thousand would get thirty two hundred dollars in payment. And i do these. Tv shows and people say gosh you know. What's the root of illegal immigration. Why are they coming here. Try to say you know if new york is offering fifteen grand. You don't think people in salvador configured this out it's almost like they want to maximize the attractiveness of new york state for people who are here illegally. Yes i think when they look at what's happening at the border they want those folks to come to new york specifically once they're here in new york city. This is a transfer of natalie wealth or redistribution. But it's a transfer of demographics. You know they want people like my parents or my constituents who moved to florida or tennessee or north carolina or taxes whether it's for jobs or in their retirement years good riddance and we'll replace you folks el salvador nicaragua or wherever and that is viewed. I guess as a net positive whether it's just politics or there's some larger rationale behind that but basically what you're doing in a lot of cases. Let's just be honest. You're incentivizing folks. Who are coming here. Who are going to need more welfare. They're going to need more public tax dollars. That's why even though is we lose. Population almost forty percent of new yorkers are on some sort of public assistance. That's not a sustainable model. You know that as well as anybody and yet we continue to double down on policies that will grow. That percentage not shrink. I noticed in this new fund that they put in the budget this year. They're actually going to provide something like four times as much money to an illegal immigrant as was provided for property tax relief and more than four hundred times was allocated for life saving treatment for those receiving mental health services and crucial veterans. I don't understand why there is an almost a rebellion underway by normal people watching their taxes. Go up and the money being transferred around people who aren't even here legally yet while the tell you in certain parts of the state there certainly are. I can tell you that the republican party. We just had a meeting of almost every county chair here in albany were multiple handed. Its came before these chairs to talk about running for statewide office and here. We are almost still two years away from the next election so there is. I think a feeling that this is going way too far but i don't know if it's just people are tuning out things i don't know if it's the fatigue from the pandemic i don't know if it's because a lot of people are just saying i'm leaving. I'm just giving up. But there needs to be a pushback from the people who live in the state. You are a law-abiding tax-paying individual whether you own a business or not whether you are a veteran or not. Whether you're the police officer when you look at the policies coming out of albany. The reason people are leaving is not because of the weather. It's because of the policies coming out of the state. That's what's driving people to other states. It's not a coincidence. It's a direct result of those policies. This budget doubles down on those policies. To your point all you have to do is look at the priorities. In this budget the priority was to increase taxes. And where's that money going to go. Lot of folks will say well. I'm not a billionaire. Not the one paying a lot of these taxes. They're gonna be millionaires and billionaires okay. They're going to turn it around and spend it on people who are here who are not. Us citizens going to spend it to help. Criminals and invest more in programs to the less people are in jail. They're gonna use it to reimagine police forces. I mean we have reimagining board in the city of ethica. This is really a gis. I know it's not cooked. The budget but it is a task force that the governor mandated to reimagine the police department in the city of ithaca the city that the gut funded their police department and on this board. They appointed a new york city. Convicted cop killer. What repeat that. So.

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

02:56 min | Last month

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newt's World

"Voting democrat but people who are leaving aren't the folks that they want and i think they're banking on at some point these folks either having state voting rights. Or maybe getting amnesty. And they'll have this swath of voters you know sort of at the ready and this is all about cemented ng control that only new york city but around the state and really. What's happening to me in your state. Mr speaker is a crime. I mean when you think about we're letting out violent offenders no bail and we're talking about further restrictions to disarm the law abiding populace who would defend themselves from these folks. You know we're talking about unemployment. The federal government recently granted the first ten thousand two hundred but somebody got unemployment benefits. Last year would not be considered taxable income federal taxes. The state of new york did not go along with that. We don't want to miss out on that taxable income. Obviously so for this party that supposedly be a party of the working person of the middle class or working class. Only if you're not a citizen of the country apparently if you're a working class person if you own a gun if you care about hunting and your second amendment rights if you're trying to scrape a living here is a business person even if you're a single mother or parent of a family. There's really very little for you in this budget. So it's almost like if you do everything right to grow a better state. The legislature runs over you. And if you're doing nothing right the create a better state. The politicians are transferring. Money to you know question. This is wealth redistribution in its purest form. And is that because the democratic party new yorkers just now that far to the left yes so. we're i represent. My district is far more geographically but culturally politically far more similar to ohio or pennsylvania or parts of the midwest but most of the democratic party in new york state and those in elected office are from new york city and the new york city suburbs. And it's hard to explain whether to my constituents or your listeners. Just how far left. The new york city democratic party has gone. But i guess all you have to do is look at someone like alexandria. Ocasio cortez right. She comes out of the new york city queens bronx democratic party the dsa and the socialist down there we have multiple members now in the senate who have called for defunding the new york city police department not reimagining it. Defunding it you know. They wanted seven billion in new taxes. They were unhappy with four point. three billion. that didn't go far enough. I think the afc election the bernie sanders presidential election.

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:30 min | 2 months ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"But what the bill I introduced does is it says Hey, if New York wants to give $2.1 billion with a B, that was, that's what they're doing. Illegal undocumented unemployed immigrants in the federal taxpayer is not going to backfill those dollars in New York. You go off and spend your own money, not taxpayers funding the federal government. I don't want Montana. Here. They turn the corner on April 15th thinking about the money they're sending back to Washington. See is going to fund this New York nonsense. So my bills simply says if you do that, you're not gonna get into federal dollars from from Joe Biden's liberal wishlist code package. You know, it's just I'm telling you is somebody that will supposedly there's no benefit here. There's my tax rate, New York income tax is going to be 15%. I live in the second highest highest property tax county in the entire country, Senator and I'm not complaining. It's It's part of my work. My work keeps me here has kept me here. I'm trying to fix that. And But I will say this. I don't believe states like Montana, Florida, Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, the Carolinas. They shouldn't be subsidizing New Yorkers that elect the most fiscally irresponsible senators, uh, fiscally responsible. State Senators, Assembly people governors. It's just not fair, nor should I be able to deduct my state local income taxes, and it's not a benefit in a low tax state like yours. Well, that's exactly right. What we're doing here is we're incentivizing reckless. Let's go behavior in states like New York, Illinois, California by allowing it to deduct high state tax and property taxes from the federal tax. That means that states like Montana, slow to others and lower tax rates. Our baby subsidizing liberal states. I think our founding fathers would like to see policies that create competition in terms of how we can reduce government in states not increase it. When you're allowed to deduct the state and local taxes from your federal tax. What we're basically doing is low tax states are subsidizing high tax states. Quick break. We'll come back more with Senator Steve Daines. Great State of Montana. 809 41, Sean, your calls Final half hour coming up. Look.

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Called procession, opening from a larger work called Procession written for the Saint Paul chamber orchestras liquid music Syriza and written by De'anthony Parks, the drummer and producer. And Hannah Bend the electronic musician, neat piece from the two of them and I'm not sure where the rest of procession is, but we can hope to hear that at some point In a moment I mentioned before the electronic music is opened up is a field not just two women, but artists of color. So parks and Ben and that last piece, Yvette Janine Jackson in the next work will hear an excerpt. From her piece called Simply Freedom. When we continue with new sounds, New York lawmakers have approved a $2.1 billion excluded Worker fund trying to help undocumented immigrants who were ineligible to receive stimulus relief. We recognize that we stand on stolen land, and that each and every one of us Has a unique immigration story. What it means and whether other states are thinking about it. I'm Rebecca, and that's next time on the takeaway weekday afternoons at three on 93.9 FM. W N. Y. C is supported by flat are in books of Women and Salt by Gabriela Garcia, a debut novel about mothers, daughters and the tenacity of women to tell their stories, despite those who wished to silence them of women and salt is available now..

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on In The Thick

In The Thick

08:09 min | 2 months ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on In The Thick

"Lepres. respect for other people's rights Is peace yeah. I don't know by the way. Somebody named jesus christ said the same thing in my right. I think yes. It's april easter today. Allergy with marina. Hosa okay listen. Let's move onto our second topic and that is a covid nineteen relief for undocumented immigrants who have been shut out of federal covert nineteenth stimulus money and unemployment benefits and we talked that before and in the thick. This is huge. This week history was with a two point. One billion dollar fund for economic relief and direct cash assistance to undocumented immigrants that was included in a budget that was passed in new york state. Amazing it's amazing. This is the largest fund of this sort in the country. Ever right and we also know that california passed a similar relief program last year which set the model. But it wasn't as big as new york's is that this would have never had. Did this happen. Yeah exactly how did this happen. It wasn't politicians going. Oh let's do this from the kindness of our hearts. No although cuomo is looking for anything to make himself look good. But we're going to be dropping an episode where we're gonna be talking about cuomo and what's up with men who can handle power. That's coming up next week on tuesday. This wouldn't have happened without months of advocacy and organizing including a twenty three day. Long hunger strike by workers making into thick debut. Our new team member intern nicole bassolino. She spoke to release. Who's lead organizer of the workplace justice team at make the road new york she coordinated these latest hunger strikes with the fund excluded workers campaign. So let's take a listen as the chatted while took a break from work and apparently it's a little noisy there just f. y. Yeah i mean this is hard. I'm a young organizer. I'm a daughter of immigrants is deeply personal for me. But at the forefront of my mind are the hunger strikers who are still recovering to put your body in that situation for over twenty days puts you at risk of heart failure lung failure seizures and refuting syndrome. And we're talking about people who don't even go to hospitals don't go to dentists don't go To city and state agencies to seek support because there's fear of deportation there's fear of arrest and also there's barriers to access into navigate Healthcare systems in any sort of social service system so for them to put their bodies on the line like that was a huge sacrifice in a big risk and the majority of the hunger were women in working mothers. I'm thinking about one person in particular media who has five kids several grandchildren. She's a single mother. One of our children has a disability and she although hadn't eaten for weeks still found the strength to pick up garbage in washington square park every day so she could send cash home to her family. And i think that although we celebrate this victory it costs us a lot. It costs lives every single action. We did we. We named and honored the lost family members community members colleagues to cove it. We centered our cultural traditions. We centered are. We centered our joy in the struggle. But there's still a lot of grief Yeah that's pretty incredible in terms of the power of organizing every gaddi. Throw that in every little grain of sand of having accumulated leads to something like this. And you know who you're we may be. Seeing the beginning of actually a wave of undocumented people and allies activists taking back their power and actually yes putting their bodies on the line like the load is worth says using People power to move these issues. Undocumented workers in new jersey have launched their own hunger-strike less than twenty four hours. After this past in new york. And i think back to a year ago you know the undocumented workers were still on the trains from the bronx intimate hatton. You've been up here in massachusetts. That's where did the chelsea massachusetts story for latino. Usc that was the same thing. It was everywhere. Exactly so not only. Are they working continuously often in high risk but they are paying taxes right with. They didn't get any stimulus. Then fact there's punishment we have to value their lives. This was released. Something that to me is. I think not only huge and historic but i think again could have a national emperor and you know we talk a lot about people's humanity right so a lot of people are talking about these undocumented individuals they should be valued not just because they were the essential workers who were on does not ways and keeping new york functioning but also because their people their new yorkers and their lives matter and they are part of our communities and they have families right here who are also new yorkers. Let's go back to the hill s elise from make the road new york. It took the federal government months to put together a small check. That barely covered anybody's bills but in this campaign we were determined not to make that mistake so our narrative in our push in our campaign centered the fact that undocumented immigrants pay taxes however they were the first to have to go to work during the pandemic they were the last ones to receive any sort of relief or protections from fiction moratoriums or rent relief programs. They were completely excluded. What we called for was direct cash. Assistance monuments to essential workers. Don't save lives. Cash in their pockets does and we knew this was bowled. We also know it's not enough. We've set the precedent but it's on everybody to act on what they've just seen. Julio the thought of some people not everybody's is going to be able to. But it's a maximum fifteen thousand six hundred dollars. I believe the thought of what a family could do with that. Oh the us. I mean my husband said he too crazy. I anticipate cut. Do you really think undocumented people are going to go in present themselves right now because there is fear. Now there's a whole other conversation about. How do we engage. How do we create a sense of trust with people in new york have been picked up by taking by ice but what are way to end the week. Who so. I wanted to call attention to another story about organizing and this came out of. Wd t in detroit that a group of young activists from detroit and dearborn are leading hunger strike in washington dc protesting the blockade of yemen and urging change in us policy toward saudi arabia. And by the way they are on day twelve of their hunger strike. You know you talk about the lotus and people power. You're seeing these pockets. That's not going away under a biden harris administration and it didn't go away during the obama biden administration. So i think you're still seen people saying certain issues are deeply personal and matter and we need to keep showing up and organizing and if it means risking our health you're literally putting their lives on the line and we've been putting our lives on the line in this country for the entire past year so like i said power to the young people. I say it all the time. The future democracy in this country is sitting on your shoulders. And if you feel the pressure on your shoulders. That's because i'm putting it right there. But i'm telling you young people activists people who love democracy participating. I'm here for it. And i'm also terrified. I'm getting my second shot on sunday and wish me you'll be fine. Okay thank you have a good one. Everybody love.

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Microsoft wins $21 billion Army contract for augmented reality headsets

Daily Tech News Show

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Microsoft wins $21 billion Army contract for augmented reality headsets

"Pentagon announced that microsoft won a contract to build at least one hundred twenty thousand custom hollow lens. Augmented reality headsets for the us army for the army. Microsoft calls it the integrated visual augmented system or iv a s and it can display a map and a compass also use thermal imaging to reveal people in the dark and assists with aiming a microsoft spokesperson tells. Cnbc the contract could be worth up to twenty one point. Eight eight billion dollars over the next ten

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Microsoft wins $21 billion Army contract for augmented reality headsets

Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Microsoft wins $21 billion Army contract for augmented reality headsets

"The pentagon announced that microsoft won a contract to build at least one hundred twenty thousand custom hollow lens. Augmented reality headsets for the us army for the army. Microsoft calls it the integrated visual augmented system or iv a s and it can display a map and a compass also use thermal imaging to reveal people in the dark and assists with aiming a microsoft spokesperson tells. Cnbc the contract could be worth up to twenty one point. Eight eight billion dollars over the next ten

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:15 min | 3 months ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Water Resource is latest survey from a network of electronic stations found the water content of the overall snowpack in the state. Was 61% of the historical average from March 2nd and 54% of the average for April 1st when it is historically at its maximum. The Sierra Snowpack normally supplies about 30% of California's water clip. Albert Kogo News. The $2.1 billion Blue Line Trolley extension from Old town to you. T C is on track to open on schedule by the end of the year after four years of construction and three new bridges. The $2.1 billion Midcoast Trolley Extension cleared Friars Road last week. You know, this summer you're gonna see this bitch for his life size in the attack, but this will be silent. There would be nobody writing them. But people will be able to see the probably moving back and forth and later in the summer will be finishing the divine all the stations. And later in the year in December, you'll actually this will be open for writers was on a quality executive director of sandbags San Diego Association of Governments and the Trolleys were right Empty is a test for several months for the first passengers at the end of the year. Jacqueline a. Cook, who knew the in Home supportive services program in San Diego, trying to get more caregivers for areas that need it the most. The Board of supervisors unanimously approving a public awareness campaign for the program yesterday. This is in an effort to help recruit more personal caregivers and homes of people with supplemental security income, low income seniors and people with disabilities. The House expected to vote on election reform bill focusing on voter registration and voter turnout. The 2020 election some major changes to election traditions under pandemic protocols, like expanded mail in voting and longer voting times. Democrats say the fall out highlighted the need for permanent reforms and are hoping therefore the people Act or H R one. Do just that. If passed, it would create automatic voter registration across the country, simplify voting by mail and expand early and absentee voting. But it also takes decision making power away from the states and would authorize independent commissions to oversee redistricting and prevents outside groups from challenging the eligibility of voters to weed out illegal balance. So when we were able to go out to blunt your dinner years, I remember those days you know, back back in the old days back in the old days, you know, you'd always see even families on their phones. You know, not even talking to each other. Yeah, I saw couples on date who would only look at their phones and not look at each other. That's and it was like, why are healthy? Maybe they were texting each. It's possible. A new study finds that about 40% of college students are addicted to their smartphones. I don't think it's just college students. I think it's ever bow. The study, published in Frontiers and psychiatry, says those students have a harder time sleeping because of it. Those who spent time on their phones during activities with family or friends. Ah and also after midnight's or the highest risk. Becoming addicted. All right? Yep. Governor of New York accused of unwanted advances. We talk to our legal analyst about it at 6 40 stories Trending a vigil being held at 10 o'clock this morning in Chicago.

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:55 min | 6 months ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"That's 2128579630. Senate committee finds fault with the FAA is handling of the review of Boeing 7 37 Max jetliner following two fatal crashes. In its report, The committee also said the FAA continues to retaliate against whistleblowers and its parent that Transportation Department hindered investigators by refusing to turn over documents. Crashes led to the grounding of the Max jet. The F A A after a review of Boeing's changes approved the plane to fly again if airlines also make key changes. The committee blasted part of that review, saying Boeing inappropriately influenced FAA testing a pilot reaction time to a nose down pitch of the plane. The same problem that led to the two fatal crashes to McGuire Washington, Former Mississippi Governor William Winter, a Democrat who led the state from 1982 1984, died Friday at his home in Jackson. He was 97. News and analysis said town hall dot com. You. Regulators cleared Google's plan to buy fitness tracking device maker Fitbit after the company promised to silo off user data and not use it for advertising. The U. S tech giant also pledged to ensure Android phones can continue working with other smart watches and wearable devices and that health and fitness after would still be able to access Google and Fitbit data. Google made the commitments which last for at least 10 years to get approval from the EU after the blocks competition watchdog launched an in depth investigation of the $2.1 billion deal. Human rights and consumer groups had called on authorities to block the deal, citing privacy and any trust concerns. Keith Peters reporting the owner of a sports complex in Binghamton, New York, plans to rebuild after his air supported dome collapsed under this week's record breaking snowfall. Some 40 inches fell..

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Merck to Invest $1 Billion in Seattle Genetics

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

Merck to Invest $1 Billion in Seattle Genetics

"Which is more than doubled up 106%. This company makes the cancer drug traditional V had accepted a $21 billion takeover offer from Gilead Sciences now tried. L ve won. US clears in April to treat triple negative breast cancer and immuno medics plans to seek broader approval later this year. You've also got Merc moving into breast cancer treatments as well. A Seattle genetics up 9% after Merck agreed to invest a billion dollars in the drugmaker. At $200 a share as 33% higher than last week's close. The purchase is part of a Siri's of deals worth as much as $4.5 billion for two breast cancer drives, and indeed one of them Treats triple negative breast cancer, so you'll have a competition to Gillian A. Merc in that segment of the drug industry varieties is up.

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7-Eleven owner buys Speedway gas stations for $21 billion

Houston's Morning News

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

7-Eleven owner buys Speedway gas stations for $21 billion

"I know the world is a small place. I know that you know, just because the company was American owned and operated for eons doesn't mean is always going to be that way. In. I was a kid that grew up in the Midwest. The marathon oil was always they're big. They're big sale was always, you know. American made American owned Everything well. At least partly won't be anymore. Japanese who already owned 7 11 by the way, are buying the speedway chain of gas stations from Marathon Petroleum. 21 billion Dollarsworth may recall We had a story that was last week. About how many of these speedways air shutting down just because you know the price of gasoline got so low and the uncle, the covert and all the other things going along with it, but there is a Japanese company who's going to come in and sweep them

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Marathon Petroleum to sell its gas stations to owner of 7-Eleven

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Marathon Petroleum to sell its gas stations to owner of 7-Eleven

"Seven and I holdings, the world's largest convenient. Still, franchiser, has agreed to buy Marathon Petroleum Speedway. Gas stations also say the purchases for $21 billion.7 and I expects the all cash transaction to close in the first quarter of next year. It is the largest steel yes for the Tokyo based retail giant, which has 69,000 stores worldwide. It shares down I almost

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Today in America

Today in America

05:46 min | 11 months ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Today in America

"A daily round of today's top news stories. Here's your latest French drugmaker Sanofi has secured an agreement of up to two point one billion dollars to supply the United States government with one hundred, million doses of its experimental corona virus vaccine in Mark St largest vaccine deal known to date the trump administration has so far invested in more than eight billion dollars in. Corona virus vaccine projects, the effort known as operation. Warp speed is placing bets on multiple vaccines and pace companies to manufacture millions of doses before clinical trials are completed. The European Union also announced that it was working on a deal with Sanofi to up to three hundred, million doses of potential vaccines. The announcement came two days after Sedofia said, it had a deal with the British government to supply up to. Sixty million doses of the vaccine under the US deal. The companies will receive federal funding to pay for clinical trials as well as manufacturing the company expects to begin clinical trials to test for safety in September followed by a late stage efficacy trial before the end of this year to Novi. said it could apply for regulatory approval in the first half of next year if successful, the government would provide the. Vaccine to Americans at no cost, Dr Anthony Chelsea the nation's top infectious disease expert was pressed today by Ohio. Congressman Jim Jordan to comment during his testimony on or not. The US government should limit protests in order to slow the spread of the virus Kelsey declined to directly answer the question and in any crowd of people close together without mass is a risk Dr do protest increase the spread of the virus? Do protest increase the spread of the virus I. I can make a general statement or half a million protestors on June sixth. That number of people does increase the spread of the. Crowding together particularly when you're not wearing a mask contributes to the spread of the virus should be limited protesting. I I'm not sure what you mean. How do we say limit the protests government limit the protesting. I don't think that's relevant to. Well, you just said if it increases the spread of the virus, I'm just acid we limit it. Well. I'm not in a position to determine what the government can do in a forceful way during the same committee. Dr Fallacy reassured members of Congress that the United States would likely have a safe and effective coronavirus vaccine by the end of this year or early twenty, twenty one he's had that more than two hundred and fifty thousand people have expressed interest in registering for coronavirus vaccine trials has urged the public to sign up at Crewe Navarre's. Prevention Network, Dot Org the United States could see up to a half million fewer births in twenty twenty one, the Gut Mattress Institute survey about two thousand American woman in late April and early May and found that thirty percent wanted to delay pregnancy or have fewer children as a result of the pandemic in June the Brookings Institute released a study predicting that the United States is headed for a large long-lasting bust. It's researchers forecast that there will. Be Between three, hundred, thousand and five hundred thousand fewer children born in the US next year then there would have been without a crisis which amounts to decrease roughly ten percent from two thousand Nineteen Karen Gozo, a sociology professor at Bowling Green State University says that every time that people decide to push back when they're going to have their first kid or their next kid, some proportion will end up not having the child that all birth rates. For Women in their twenties dropped twenty, five percent during and shortly after the two thousand and seven to two, thousand, nine recession, a lower birth rate will have repercussions loan after the pandemic over including an increase in dependence on social security for those who have fewer or no children a teenager in Tampa Florida. Has Been Arrested and charged for his alleged involvement any massive twitter hack earlier this month that took over one hundred thirty accounts of prominent users. Like Joe Biden, Bill? Gates and Elon musk the seventeen year old was arrested on Friday morning after an investigation conducted by federal and state investigators. Federal authorities were already tracking the teenager before the twitter hack according to legal documents. The secret service ceased over seven hundred, thousand dollars worth of Bitcoin from him in April that Tampa Youth Faces thirty felony charges including fraud and is being charged as an adult. The twitter hacked began on July fifteenth as. An effort to steal and sell unusual user names it quickly escalated the hackers took over accounts belonging to cryptocurrency companies and celebrities. The bitcoin scam netted more than one hundred, eighty thousand dollars. The hackers tweeted from forty five of the accounts access to direct messages of thirty six accounts and downloaded full information from seven accounts. They gained access to internal twitter systems by stealing logging information from employees then used or access to reset password on the accounts Andrew. Warren the State Attorney of Hillsborough County Florida said they will hold a teenager accountable. He added on to say that his office was handling the prosecution because Florida law allows greater flexibility than federal law to charge a minor as an adult, and lastly a CD report released Friday reveals that hundreds of Campers at North Georgia Ymca camp were infected with coronavirus and just days before the capless shutdown, a local news station confirmed the location as being the. Ymca camp? High. Harbour on Lake Burton in Ruben County, according to the report two, hundred and sixty of the three hundred and forty four campers who were tested tested positive for the virus. The campus only open for four days before being down..

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"A man in his thirties, is among the latest coronavirus casualties here in South Florida. The death of the 36 year old one of 38 in Broward County announced yesterday by the Florida Department of Health. 60 new prophet. 19 deaths were recorded in Miami Dade County 11 in Palm Beach. Statewide, A record high 253 deaths were announced yesterday in almost 10,000 new cases of covert 19. While the FDA says a Corona virus vaccine doesn't need to work 100% to get approved as long as it's safe, it only needs to be at least half effective. The commissioner noted how everyone wants a vaccine now, but that's not realistic. So, he says, dropping to at least 50% is reasonable. Given the pandemic. Several companies around the world are working on a vaccine. The hope is that one will be ready for approval by November. That's Brian Shook reporting it's 7 33 with covert era unemployment benefits set to expire today, and the Senate adjourned. Talks continued late last night between Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on one side. And Senator Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the other. Unfortunately for the millions of unemployed Americans were lying on these payments. There was no agreement reached, Secretary Mnuchin said. Both sides are committed to getting it done are trying to reach you. Talks will continue into the weekend at 7 30 for lawmakers are calling for.

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Analog Devices buys Maxim, creating $68 billion chipmaker

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Analog Devices buys Maxim, creating $68 billion chipmaker

"Analog devices is getting bigger. The chipmaker buying Maxim integrated for nearly $21 billion in stock, a deal that will help baby I better compete with Texas Instruments, which itself had tried to acquire Maxim about five years ago, a deal that ultimately fell through In response to the news shares, a maxim integrated jumped 8% today, but analog devices stocks slid almost 6%.

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Analog Devices buys Maxim, creating $68 billion chipmaker

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Analog Devices buys Maxim, creating $68 billion chipmaker

"Analog devices is getting bigger. The chipmaker buying Maxim integrated for nearly $21 billion in stock, a deal that will help a D I better compete with Texas Instruments, which itself had tried to acquire Maxim about five years ago, a deal that ultimately fell through In response to the news shares, a maxim integrated jumped 8% today, but analog devices stocks slid almost 6%.

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Jeremy's Wire card is rally 30.5% after plunging the past three days by a total of 87%. The payment processors former CEO Marcus Bron was arrested as part of a probe into an accounting scandal that involves $2.1 billion. In missing cash.

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Match one eight hundred four three nine five seven three two or KPFA dot org why make campaigners have won a court ruling to block the plans for a third runway at London's Heathrow airport on environmental grounds Britain's parliament approved the expansion plan in twenty eighteen triggering a challenge from environmental groups who say the project conflicts with Britain's commitment to address the climate crisis local residents also complained about noise pollution and increase congestion Stuart Smith reports from London the UK government will not appeal a court ruling which says its plans to expand Heathrow airport well until full the airport has been trying to build a third runway to increase its capacity for over a decade an earlier ruling he gave the plans the green light but environmentalists appealed and everyone the court said the government had a duty to take into account the United Nations Paris agreement when making the decision which it failed to do the head of legal at friends of the US one of the four defendants said expansion would have had to die implications for present and future generations but to the chairman of Heathrow airport John Holland Kaye said that they agree with the original court ruling that said expansion to go ahead I would like a further appeal the mayor of London however believes it's a victory for London is and future generations Stuart Smith London California power regulators slapped Pacific gas and electric with a two point one billion dollar fine for igniting a series of deadly wildfires that landed the beleaguered utility in bankruptcy the penalty adopted today in a decision issued by an administrative law judge boosts the punishment that have been agreed upon in a one point seven billion dollar settlement announced in December the increase punishment includes a two hundred million dollar payment to California that will be earmarked for people who lost family members homes and businesses and catastrophic wild fires caused by P. genies outdated electrical grid and negligence during twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen that money will supplement a thirteen point five billion dollar funds that the San Francisco company setting up as part of its effort to emerge from bankruptcy protection by a June thirtieth deadline more than eighty one thousand claims have been filed in the bankruptcy case the decision will also prevent PG&E from attempting to recover one point eighty two billion dollars from its customers forcing its shareholders to bear.

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California lawmakers approve legislation for $21 billion wildfire fund

All Things Considered

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

California lawmakers approve legislation for $21 billion wildfire fund

"And California lawmakers have approved a bill meant to shore up the state's major electric utilities as another wildfire season quickly approaches it would force the biggest power companies to spend billions of dollars on safety improvements over the bill sent to governor Newsome today the measure would also create a fund to compensate some victims of wild fires caused by utility equipment some lawmakers say they were concerned the like the bill was rushed

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Wall Street. Good morning. I'm Karen Moskow. I'm Nathan Hager. We're just about three hours away from the opening of US trading. Let's get you up to date on the news you need to know at this hour. US futures are lower benchmark U S treasury yields near seven-year highs after minutes showing the Federal Reserve may favor. More rate hikes next year socks in China tumbled the deeper into a bear market in the u one touched its weakest level in almost two years after the US treasury stopped short of declaring China a currency manipulator. Bloomberg's Vinny downs. Unites reports the treasury's decision averts an escalation of a trade war and stance on contrast with. Public comments by President Trump at the same time. The treasury expressed deep disappointment that China doesn't disclose foreign exchange intervention. It. Also dialed up criticism of China's state driven economic model. The White House has slapped about two hundred and fifty billion dollars tariffs on Chinese goods and China retaliated with tariffs on one hundred ten billion dollars of American products. Vinny Del Giudice, Bloomberg daybreak. Thank you Vinny. The Turkish lira is rising for a tenth day amid signs Turkey in the US are patching up a diplomatic spat that dented investor confidence this year, we have a two point one billion dollar deal in the pharmaceutical industry Novartis has agreed to by US drugmaker Endo site for two point one billion dollars. Shares of Alcoa are up five percent in the pre market the biggest aluminum producer in the US reported. Third quarter earnings that were double estimates. And you're up shares of SAP or down two percent Europe's biggest tech company reported earnings now fell short of estimates. Shares of Eric her up five percent wireless network companies. Third quarter earnings. Estimates. And in the UK retail sales fell more than a communist forecast last month with overall sales dropping eight tenths of percent from August. We're coming up on six thirty two on Wall Street time for the volatility index report the vix fell yesterday to close at seventeen forty separately. In today's extended morning trading vix is currently at seventeen eighty six that is this morning's volatility report. Now, let's get you up to date and how stocks are faring. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg s and p futures are down seven points. Dow futures down fifty NASDAQ futures down twenty six the Dax in Germany's up a third of a percent can't compare us up half percent. The Footsie-100 up about a tenth of a percent ten year. Treasuries down one thirty second three point zero percent yield on the two year two point eight nine percent. Nymex crude oil moving lower down one percent or sixty eight cents at sixty nine dollars eight cents a barrel. Comex gold is little changed down less than. A tenth of upper center ninety cents to twelve twenty six fifty an ounce. The euro at a dollar fifteen twenty two and a yen is at one twelve point five zero. And straight ahead. We have the latest world and national news. This is Bloomberg. Thanks, karen. It is six thirty.

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"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Crunch Report

Crunch Report

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"$2.1 billion" Discussed on Crunch Report

"You see acquires home shopping network for two point one billion dollars read is working on smartphone microsoft laying off thousands of people and more is thursday july six and this is crutcher poor unionized set an unbeatable deal he'll cut through fruit vegetables cement your mom a vacuum necessary key sucker you've ever seen secular hello or shiny necklace soc he will urine look all that is just a phone call away with some easy dialing homeshopping shipping haley not included then if that deals european seek we have an offer you can't pass up liberty interactive the owner of homeshopping company qvc announced this morning that is acquiring home shopping network in allstock deal valued at two point one billion dollars so you thought amazon was too easy inefficient you're ready to have your mind blown with buying products through t v while cuba sees revenue has stagnated in recent years it's still sought eight point seven billion in sales last year compared to homeshopping networks three point five billion so it's still printing money among other things liberty says the acquisition will lead to more development of its ecommerce mobile in streaming video products homeshopping the way the future and the past chestnuts read the cupi that create super high end cameras like the scarlett epic in weapon that are super fancy and make amazing images and two coup for me to use but i wish i did is coming out with a smartphone today the company launched preordered of hydrogen inexpensive modular smartphone with what it calls holographic three display the technical deeds are super sparse at the moment basically all we know is you'll have a headphone port a three display and it will come into additions or one thousand five hundred ninety five dollars titanium version and for the budgetconscious a one thousand one hundred ninety five dollar aluminum build the company is aiming for a q one 2018 release date i really wanna try this phone now.

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