21 Burst results for "$340 Million"

"$340 million" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:22 min | 5 months ago

"$340 million" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We definitely need more stuff like that. It is 7 19. Never heard of anything like this. Um, Phil Rosenthal writing the trip today about your mean Mercedes. And how he's got private equity backers. Have you ever heard of this before? Dave Major League player doing this phrase this way? No, but apparently it has happened before he had, I guess some financial issues and thought What would help him would be to give investors a piece of his future earnings. Do I have that right? Yeah, that's apparently With good investment. So far, I guess, although he's been struggling lately, hasn't it? It's a company called and this was on HBO's real sports Big League advance. Led by former pitcher and that's I guess it's not unlike we've you've had guys who signed with agents for a percentage of future earnings, that sort of thing or But it is kind of interesting. Apparently the same group how to deal with Fernando Tatis Jr when he was Coming up with the White Sox. And of course, he ended up being traded. And now has a $340 million contract with the Padres. Yeah, it's a pretty good deal. Yeah, if I was part of some, UH, investment group and had a chance to be part of a major league contract or future contract. I would think, I guess Based on the performance of whoever the player is, it would be a pretty good deal. They pretty good investment pretty interesting. Anyway. He apparently, uh, talks to Soledad O Brien about this arrangement, the next edition of HBO Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, which is on tonight at nine. So pretty interesting. The socks are back in action tonight, right there, Playing in Pittsburgh. And Cubs in Cleveland tonight. And people are talking about how the bayous and how Ross yanked him last night after he forgot how many outs there were, Uh, it happened. Few booze too. I mean, everybody saw it happen. You can't Can't hide from something like that. He got doubled off, right? Well, he he was running. He was already almost two third base. When the Rizzo had hit a fly ball to left in the left fielder is catching the ball, and there's that's the second out of the inning. And Baez is almost 22 3rd. So at that point, he thought there were two outs and he admitted it blew it. Yeah, And, you know, David Ross pointed out that He loves having biases Hustle, and it's behind them. Now. Wait, wait. Where was every guy a few weeks ago when the praise for El Mago was unanimous after that, that play when he ran the first baseman back towards home plate, and everybody's like this guy? How can you not re sign him? Yeah, last night? Well, he's not perfect. Nobody's perfect. And I guess we should say something about, uh, the draft. The NBA draft is that to know it's not the draft. It's the draft lottery the lottery so it will determine the the order of selection for the draft. So it's If you can follow the ping Pong balls, then you can try to figure out who's gonna end up coming out of it. Well, the Bulls would have to be in the top four. In the lottery tonight. Otherwise they'll give their first round pick to Orlando as part of the deal they made earlier this year. I was looking at some listener feedback, and we got a couple of messages, Emails texts asking, um or requesting that we talk more about the Stanley Cup, But we're going to broadcast the finals here, aren't we? We are. We will have the Stanley Cup final every game here on W. G. M. We don't have the start date yet because it depends on when the semifinal series and that's the way the NHL has worked throughout the playoffs, though. Well, give us to schedule. The only thing we know it'll be over by September. Now it'll be over by July 21st. I think he's the latest ticket go. We're heading into that time. Where you have baseball, football, basketball hockey all at about the same time. We're heading heading closer. Yeah, because Training camp start in the NFL the end of next month. And when are we supposed to hear more about Arlington Park and the Bears? We don't know. We don't know. The the Churchill Downs came out with a statement saying they had a number of Proposals, and in the coming weeks there would be more about it like no specific date. But there is the possibility that There will be horse racing in the future there right. What groups? One of the groups at least, has said that they would like to buy it and keep racing going there so Well, see, I would think I don't know what to think. Well, we said, I think that we shot we don't know we poo poo poo pooed the bears moving to Arlington Park. Kind of put that in the category rumor and then it turns out well, maybe it's more serious than we thought. But I thought the most interesting thing and this came up in our conversation with the mayor of Arlington Heights. In response to a question you asked him even if the Bears bid is not the high bid. Arlington Heights might be very interested because of what the Bears would bring to that area. Right, right. I mean, I think it could be a windfall for them, potentially But Churchill Downs is the owner. So and and the mayor, I'm sure Arlene Tonight's would make their feelings known on that. Yeah, because they're looking at the possibility of not only attracting other major sporting events there, but building ancillary entertainment, uh, venues and having a an area there that would attract a lot of people from all over the place and hosting potentially major national international events. Uh, So you're talking about? Not just the 10 Sundays or, uh, nine Sundays and couple of preseason games here and there, uh, hopefully some playoff games, But perhaps more than that. So in the future, it won't just be, uh, people driving the wrong way on the Ryan. There'll be on Euclid doing that to this Is your new home speaking. I know you haven't moved in yet, but I need some favors. Could you dust the blinds The dust makes me feel dusty. Also, we could save a lot of money. If you bundled your home and car insurance with Geico. It's super easy to do online or over the phone last favor when you move in, Could you.

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"$340 million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:24 min | 6 months ago

"$340 million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yeah, I think that that would be reasonable now had Frank you'll adore been in this class, and now we've seen him play a little bit this year, right? Because he's been traded to the match. He sends the $340 million deal. And if you're one of these times short stops if you're Corey Seager. You're Trevor Story or Carlos Correa. You're sitting around Javi by as you're going down that Z Nice deal do this could be a nice off season for me. If I put together the numbers and what you're talking about, I think it is a real thing where we have not seen the O. P s numbers for a couple of seasons and albeit a short in 2020 last year for Carlos Karan, But chorus, either last year had a huge season with huge of the World Series for the Dodgers. Lot of Giants fans look at him and think Maybe he's a guy you pluck away and it's It's twofold. You hurt the Dodgers and taking him and also Adam to your lineup, which would be big. He's out right now on the Dodgers are playing hot baseball without him. You put him in the top tier by himself. Why is it that he sits above Trevor? Story above Carlos Korea above Javi Bias all alone at the time of the offense? Mostly, especially from the left side, You know, you're gonna have a platoon advantage. Way more often than not with him. He's just so good offensively, and he's super Young as well. He's slightly all of in Korea, but not by much. And so I think we went back and forth on whether to have Seeger and story in the top tier or just figure and we ended up with eager for the offense of the age, primarily What I mean asking around other people like around the game. What they thought some people thought story was right there in the same tear. Some people have it The way we have it. You could really go other way there and there is like, obviously, like a thought. That figure you know, eventually isn't have to move to third days. So that you know, kind of changed the calculus, too, because stories got probably a better chance of sticking it short stuff. Looking at the numbers across the board from what we've seen this year. I think, Javi by his power wise and O. P s wise is ahead of all these days and again. We're not that deep into the season. We haven't even had, like all star voting time yet, But I'm looking at offensive numbers. Where does happy by his reign for you? I know he's in that scene that third here. The second tier for you guys right now is that recent We had him alone in a third tier, so under Korea and story and above market, Sami and Brandon Crawford, I think spires. He's also often lumped in with the top three. But he's not realistically. If you look at the last few years, he's not quite there with those. Those other three guys is really, really good, but I just don't think he's as good as those guys and he also He's more comparable in age. The story is not old by any means that he's probably the best chance to state shortstop. But so much swinging math, in addition to the power doesn't walk much, so you know you saw last year. His numbers were way down. So I think it's just more of the you're not exactly sure you're gonna get the swing and mess with the power on a given that you were talking new school baseball lineups like everybody is with the strikeout to walk ratio. I know he's got two strikes out 140 150 thinking, 1.160 times. In a season. Check out these numbers just real quickly. Plate appearance. Excuse me, actually had bats in his career over 2600 bents 26 79. He's only walked 132 times in his career. That's absurd. I mean that Czar bad walk numbers. And so while the O. P s for him is pretty good. He's doing it all with power, right. He's not doing it by getting on base a whole lot. I want to ask you about that fourth year, just sort of quickly here because Brandon Crawford's a guy who Giants fans hold real close to their hearts, and he's playing better than we've ever seen. Oh, I don't know that this is sustainable beyond this season. The 34 year old. We haven't seen this type of production as far as power is concerned to go with the great glove that Crawford has from a lot of guys. I think Barry Larkin is one of the only guys to put up huge numbers is a 34 year old shortstop. It's a young man's game to play up the middle like that, so he's having an outbreak season. He's a free agent this year. I can see the Giants trying to bring him back and trying to sign one of these other big guys. But what do you see from him? A. Seymour of Balance player to you now do that help his case the whole lot as far as the tiered shortstop's go Do you have him above market? Sammy? And where does he class for you? Is Ah, left handed that maybe a guy who could be a platoon player for somebody over the next couple years. Yeah, we had him in the same period feminine but below semi And just because of the age, primarily, I mean, you're signing improved age 35 season next year, That's pretty old. He's been really, really good these last two seasons offensively, especially And so I think he's a guy who you can rely on to keep to me. He's like perfect for like that contending team on like a lucrative two year deal that has like a shortstop prospect.

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"$340 million" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:15 min | 6 months ago

"$340 million" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Good morning, or friends out there and social media world. Thank you for tuning in every day. Certainly a lot to talk about today. We're gonna get into the whole infrastructure built a big ruling by the Senate parliamentarian. Which could allow the Democrats to slip another one by really sneaky, slimy way, But we'll get to that in just a bit. Invest you my favorite coming into the hour, 71 cents up five times in the last couple of weeks. So a real winner there If you've been following that one, like many of my friends have And the Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 16 points. Maybe taking a little breather today, hit all time highs the last couple days and you know, after the long weekend, maybe people stopped just getting back to work this week and taking a look at whether or value for where they have big profits. It looks like the Dow is just middling around down 16 points today. Nothing crazy that but the NASDAQ continues to outperform the m way I see With the NASDAQ Up 55 points in the Dow down, So that's a big dislocation between the two day usually moved in some correlation either up and down at the same time and Bitcoin moving down and I'm talking to your Bitcoin every day. You know, as a mentioned many times that I think 60,000 is the next foma level the breaks through there, they're gonna be people. We're hoping that it goes to 50 so they could do a value purchase. And if it doesn't get down to those levels when it breaks, students say, Screw it. Let me get in there. I don't want to miss this thing going to 70. So advise in a whole new wrong of buyers so little give and take with Bitcoin right now and as we come into the top of the hour here in New York Bitcoin at 57 9. So just a little below 58. You know, 55 53 51 starts to becoming a real value by because you know 60. Is the new level where it's heading and lots of institutional buying. Coming in. J. Former SEC commissioner Jay Clayton J Power Jay Clayton, I'm sorry, has joined a Bitcoin company and he is a guy who over the last couple of years did take some tremendous steps in the direction of regulating crypto currencies, or at least that in some broad guidelines. And also rooted out a whole bunch of fraudsters. And now when you have guys who leave the governmental agencies and join the big, multi billion dollar behemoths Run and set up a whole new business line, which crypto currencies and that's another good sign. On top of two months ago, Black Rock world's largest asset managers 7.1 trillion in assets under management came out and said they're going to start letting their funds by Bitcoin. So you really want to see that institutional ownership, not institutional interest coming in And you know the last couple of years last five years or so many of the largest institutions in the world, including J. P. Morgan and Warren Buffet have turned around and said that this Bitcoin is a scam. It's a scheme. It's a Ponzi. Peter Schiff has been wrong for the last five years, but he keeps going out there. Doctor Doom himself is Also been talking about it and they form a wolf of Wall Street has changed his tune on it because anyone cares what he says. But he was saying that it's a scam. It's a scheme. He knows this game better than anyone. And now Jordan Bell Ford is running social media ads promoting what Bitcoin is the greatest thing since, like sliced Braxton. Keep your eyes peeled on that a lot of conversations I've been hearing lately about pre I P oceanics, so there are many companies that are getting ready to go public. And before they go public. They have people working for the company. Years and years and years and years, that one my house or car or something like that, so they want to sell some of their shares privately. In advance of the public Office of Public often could be 236 months away, and they need money now. So there are companies out there that contract with these folks say. Hey, if you wanna get out now, take it off your hands will wait for it to go public. You bought a stock it in discount. So I've been having a lot of conversation about a lot of people I know are interested in it. And I have a really good relationship. One of my former employees who was one of the best in the business at this stuff, so I'm gonna update you a little more over the coming weeks, but there might be some really nice opportunities in some great companies. Get in a little earlier. Buy it at a discount. And then when it comes public, you gotta hold it for six months, like any other inside because you're buying shares from an insider. But a significant amount of these companies. When you buy it at a discount, and they go public, they tend to go up stocks like pound tear over there. And there are a number of out there right now. Very exciting that are getting ready to enter the next day. So if you want any info on pre I P o shares shoot me a note. Get me off Facebook and Johnny Tobacco GT Liquid lunches. My email from one know anything. Call me text, Nick. Email me is probably the best thing. It is national student actually, day today. So hug a student athlete and in some states student athlete Boys, anatomical boys can compete with anatomical girls and vice versus so it's getting crazy about a man who knows We're gonna be able to come student athletes anymore. But it's national library workers today today and on that note, I'll just say Keep it down. It's national Teflon Day. My in house humorous. Very Goldsmith had positive to me this morning. National Teflon Day is a holiday that I don't think we'll stick around. But I'm not, You know, Teflon and you know, little Toto the Teflon don himself John Gotti. They called him Teflon, Don, because None of the crimes they threw out of, never stuck until they finally got him. Teflon was gone and the don was done on day today is also Sexual assault month. This is sexual assault Action month and today's a day of action so Maybe take some action call you state Senator called the governor's office and tell them that you want them to take action against the governor with no less than Nine sexual harassment claims being lodged against him at this time. So today, probably not the best day or the best month And, of course, despite is getting a new rich owner in Stephen Cohen, the New York Mets is still the same floor, probably team. They've always been. We signed Linda or 340 million. We got one of the best players in baseball. We got a grandma there last night on the hill first game of the year to not did she Out. 77 pitches through seven innings. Why did the Mets constantly take this guy out of the game with a low pitch count and go to their bullpen and their bullpen stinks. Graham again leaves the game up to nothing and mats full to the shoddy bullpen 532 fillings in their opening last night, so It's a frustrating to sail these than you know, me and my son usually love watching that games and we usually known cemetery tending when there's a reliever coming in. This is property..

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"$340 million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:59 min | 7 months ago

"$340 million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Just payments in closing costs online in real time rocket can. The real issue is with having to do Sunday mornings? I miss SNL and I have talked about this locally in Cleveland before it's one of the weird shows that I've I've never missed no matter how bad it's been no matter What the cast looks like. I've always watched SNL. It's just become for me mandatory viewing again. It doesn't matter how bad show is and they've had some rough years. I think they've had a nice bounce back here. I think there's some reasons for that. They're not so consumed with just ripping the president every day that I think they've actually been more interesting off late And then last night, they have Elon musk. And so they were saying that this was gonna be strained and like over 100 countries. Which led me to ask the question. Isn't it already to have two people have a tough time in other countries streaming American content? But they said this was gonna be one of the most watched SNL's in a long time. Like since the JZ episode back in the day. I guess. S O. I made Trump catching up now because obviously I was in bed kind of early last night to prepare to do this very important sports talk radio show. And I want to see what all the buzz was gonna be about today and then dare rebel tweeted that nothing really big happened with Doetsch coin last night. Because that's what we want our future tied into right. That's what we want our pension funds. That's what we want to retirement. We wanted all invested in things that are going to be impacted by a late night sketch comedy show. That apparently is very important to us. Very sad, the state of affairs, but so far I'm past the weekend update during the breaks have been watching. And past the weekend update, And so far I have to say, I think they did a pretty solid job. On SNL, My restock Miley Cyrus. She did not hurt. The proceedings as well. Saw the first Performance pretty good. So I have to say SNL so far so good and my retirement is still intact. Was all nervous about that. And so I don't know. Maybe You didn't. But you did lose some money. You said it went down. Well, yeah, well, you don't know how much money I had invested. How much do you have? How much did you have invested? Well, I don't think that's relevant, You know? Come on. Yeah, it is. Come on, please. Let's not tell tales out of school here. And I mean this is I don't think people want to hear sports talk radio show hosts either bragging or lamenting. About the values your will make a lot of money anyway, Probably Well, I would slow down just like new contract. Come on. Maybe. Maybe maybe all life has been good. Why you Why you investing crypto currency for Uh, you know what the Chris the crypto currency thing is just one of those where it's foam. Oh, see, I think the younger generations experiences more than even my generation of the older generations. Is because of social media because of things like Instagram because of Twitter. You don't wanna miss out on anything. And if you feel like you're missing out on something, you were that you were in the sheep. Wouldn't say shape. I'm not. I'm not fully invested. You know, these people that say does going to the moon. I mean, how much do they really have invested? What do they have, like $500 invested? I think it's become more satire than anything but the fact that people are watching. You know the trackers last night during Saturday Live. It tells us that we are in rarified air. So where were people exactly expecting you? I must to do last night. They thought that depending on how many could remember any time he tweets about a specific Cryptocurrency Or any time he tweets about some company that's on the stock exchange. Something that could impact the Dow Jones. The place goes crazy every single time. That's the influence that he has. It seems like a little bit of ridiculous setup economically, but That is the case. And so people were wondering If he would be conferring with SNL writers to try to prop up a company or something or crypto currency last night, and in reality, all he did was make fun of it when I just saw him on the weekend update They brought him on to explain does coin and he basically made fun of it for five minutes and sew it in a nose dive, But it certainly didn't go up. And so I think some people are upset with the alarm US. Because when you're in a position like Elon Musk people are going to be upset, no matter what you do. So, yes, I believe or not. That's what was happening last night on SNL. 55 do it to four. CBS 4227. I wasn't a rat or wasn't it a rat last night? Don't forget Justin Terminal. Join us next hour Talk MBA. I got to get to those ion eyes, GM sticking up for him, but I want to know. What is going on? With the Mets. How the Mets doing right now, by the way, they close to 500, where two games over 500 You're over 500 cause you would think it's It's panic Central to him In the start of this, okay to game's over. You think it was panic Central in New York based on what has happened with Francisco Indoor four straight wins for the Mets. Okay, surging and Lindores actually played well right. He started to hit a little bit starting to hit, had the game tying to run home run the other night in the seventh inning. All right. So that is what I want to focus on because they were at Citi Field and keep in mind this week, Francisco Linda or the guy that signed a 10 year $340 million deal getting boo birds. Like his early as the end of April. He was getting boo birds and into May Now it is very early. And Linda or has obviously the last few years. I don't know what you do with last year's numbers. I mean, last year, I think you just throw out the window the 60 game season. I don't think you look at that year as Anything concrete and trying to Extrapolated data. When it comes to baseball players, I'd say the same thing about the bubble for the MBA. I just throw out all of that Those were not normal seasons. I think history will show that they were Ah bunch of anomalies in those seasons, but Linda or Kinda had a down year with the Indians, but we knew that wouldn't affect The bottom line. He was still going to get paid big time. He had had such big moments early in his career with Indians playoff runs. I mean, he had huge moments, and he looked on the verge of stardom. He was in some M V P discussion at times. And over the last few years. That's kind of gone away a little bit, but certainly did not mess with the bottom line in which he still gets 340 million. See, you wanted him to get off to a good start. If you're a Mets fan. Because you know that How these contracts go. Judging by what you saw Albert pulls the last five years..

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"$340 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:54 min | 7 months ago

"$340 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"So let me give you some insight because this is really a A a subject that is that is critical so 18,000 different police agencies in this country. That's that's how many There's so many police agencies or there's a little less than a million officers to police 340 million people. 18,000 different police agencies of which 80% of them have left in 25 police officers, So you have a huge number of officers who who are trained. I am, um in academies across the United States, which are not given uniforms training. Okay, so I could be trained in Las Vegas Metro But the scene But the trains I would receive if I went across in the Arizona will be different, so there is no standardization. Of that training, and there are different ways that you can get certified as a police officer. For instance, when I first became a cop, because I was 19 years old, I was the youngest cop. In the state of New Jersey and you know you just mentioned can you? Can you take an 18? Year old? Untrained rookie cop? Well, yeah, you can. But can you train there? Can you take that 19 year old and give him the judgment? Give her that judgment that goes along this with ancient wisdom, and that answer is no. So you can give training. But how do you teach someone A so far is utilizing power. And this is something that is something that we have never really Taken as a profession and said, You know what? We're gonna standardized us. We're going to take. We want somebody in in in in a 20 officer, Police department. In Idaho to have the same level of training as the last thing is Metropolit Police department and that's where we are living down our cops and our citizens. That that we're not giving that same level of training to cops around the country. So that is that. And if we were, you know if we could take this moment. Where there is this huge focus on law enforcement. And say, You know what? We really want to use this at the time when we can create A a watershed moment where policing is professionalized. We could make some serious, serious inroads that Zaheer That's what people want. When people say the fund the police to me, that's what they want. They want better training better, you know better able to cope with situations that happen. And it's really interesting point that you make that every every police academy trained differently. I mean, that's you know, because when you think about the feds don't the feds like the FBI? Everybody has the same training right? Um, you know, and it's really interesting that every police department does it. I mean, that's that's pretty intense when when I think about it, Um, we're the problem areas where You know, where do you Where do you think that these police departments could get together and say, Hey, this is well, this is where we need to work out. Well, you're the reality is that when Yeah, when you when you think of the funding, And this isn't the first time that that police budgets Have been slashed. You know, over the years, you know when, when a city faces, um, budget issues. They tell all the departments and in the city, Okay, You know what sanitation? You gotta cut your budget. Uh, well, whatever the whatever the city government Agency is you got to cut your budget. Well, when it comes to police, where did they cut those budgets? Training is one of the first thing that gets cut and I've seen this over years and years of experience, Remember? One of things like that I was a law enforcement officer. I was the supervisor of advanced training for the eighth largest. Others. So this is something that I have seen over and over again. I understand police training more than most. In fact, I'm still involved in police training. So when you defunding the police And you say we're going toe we're going to take resource is that we were given to the country and we're gonna punish them by moving them to social hold services or wherever the alleys they sent it in. The first thing that gets cut is the training. And then when that happens, then you you that that begin the domino effect, and the reality is that instead of p funding There should be more and more money put into policing into training into standardization and into creating an environment that is healthy for Law enforcement. Would agree with that. 100%. I think that I think that 99% of people would agree with you. I agree with you. You know what I mean? And that's why I don't you know, making a political I think is really wrong, because I think what you just said. It's something everybody would agree with. I don't think anybody would disagree with that. I really don't. Except for maybe there's extremes and everything. You know this extreme people that think there should be no police, and that's just ridiculous. No 99% of people don't agree with that. 99 point. Whatever you know what I mean. So what you said, makes perfect sense, You know, And you know the majority of policemen that I've talked to have told me because I've asked them, you know, pretty specific questions. He said. If we didn't have to deal with the homeless and the mentally ill, we would be way happier. You know, if you agree with number one, Do you agree with that? And is that somewhere where you can put social workers on it? Instead of the police, because that's an area that could be cut. Maybe, you know, maybe there's another way to attack that. I'm just throwing out an idea because because I'm not a lot of police officers say that Well, you're absolutely right. There isn't a cop that I know that wants to deal with the homeless, smelly homeless individual who is mentally ill and as as most are You're right. Nobody wants to do that. We're called upon to do that, because who is calling the police? It is the citizens who are being harassed or that they're being victimized by people who you can classifies homeless in class fight as mentally ill..

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"$340 million" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:19 min | 7 months ago

"$340 million" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"State Senator, Call the governor's office and tell them that you want them to take action against the governor. With no less than nine sexual harassment claims being lodged against him at this time. So today, probably not the best day or the best month And, of course, despite us getting a new rich owner in Stephen Cohen, the New York Mets is still the same slovenly team they've always been We signed Linda or 340 Million. We got one of the best players in baseball. We got the Graham out there last night on the health first came to the year two. Nothing. Shut out. 77 pictures through seven innings. Why didn't Mets constantly take this guy out of the game with a low pitch count and go to their bullpen and their bullpen stinks. Ground again leaves the game up to nothing and Mets full to the shoddy bullpen 53 fillies in their opening last night, so It's Z frustrating to sail this than you know me and my son usually love watching that games, and we usually know in cemetery tending when there's a reliever coming in. This is probably it. It's not gonna last much longer, because metsbullpen sucks for that matter. Um, I thought we were gonna have John Brown here He is. Real estate expert would illustrated properties but Also partner Fraser, Brown and mayor But he hasn't joined us just yet. Yesterday, the Senate parliamentarian OK, which is a weird thing, many people may not know what this is. But the Palm a Terrian Is the person who sits there and interprets the rules of the Senate. There's all these Palminteri in rules, the Robert's rules of order and how you may make emotion and hey, may open the floor and closed the Florida's all these arcane rules. But the Senate parliamentarian Has ruled that Democrats Democrats may amend the budget resolution they used for the covert 19 relief bill. So now they're saying, Okay, you can't get the votes. Alright, So what we'll do is we'll regular rules around a little bit here and we'll let you slide it through as a reconciliation, you know, reconcile of previous bill and they'll pass it as a resolution, which is an amendment to a previous bill, which is the sneakiest slimiest thing to do. And it's basically a way of saying, Hey, we do not have a majority of the votes in the Senate, so we're gonna just ran it through another way around the back door. It Zach actually. Filthy and the most powerful men in America. Senator Joe Manchin, Democrat from West Virginia, who stands tall against his Democratic caucus. Many times has come out and says he's not going with the build the infrastructure bill because of the increased corporate tax and businesses do not. Need to be taxed more right now, that's for sure. We'll take a quick break right here. Check out these commercials. We're gonna pay. The boats will come back right after this In segment, three with Dan Hernandez, the president of Milestone.

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Oldest Texas electricity co-op goes bust after $2 billion bill

Charlie Parker

00:14 sec | 9 months ago

Oldest Texas electricity co-op goes bust after $2 billion bill

"Texas grid operators has it short about $340 million in payments from retail power providers and others. After electricity prices skyrocket. That brings the total shortfall to about $2.5

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"$340 million" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

04:40 min | 10 months ago

"$340 million" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Welcome back to this week's episode of the baseball together. Podcast baseball family. I am brad. Baseball's back and brig is back to back user array. He's here and we're ready to go. We're ready to roll. Like i said baseball is officially back. We have spring training underway currently and we also have fernando tatis junior twenty two years old gets a fatty fat fat extension from the san diego padres. Fourteen years three hundred and forty million dollars now brig. I'll be honest with you. The first time. I saw this. This deal come across on like facebook twitter. Whatever my first thought was well. The padres got a pretty good deal. You wouldn't be wrong. What i want to know is how many opt out clauses are available in there. That's a good point. You know. I meant to look that up but i totally forgot to And i'm sure they're. I'm sure there's at least one or two couple fourteen years. Yeah yeah and. I'm probably and i bet. By the time you get to year ten or love and you start to see more team team opt-outs yet but Yeah no it. Honestly though like he's twenty two years old and he's a top five player in major league baseball right now and they got him for fourteen years for three hundred and forty million dollars. I would expect him if he had not signed this deal in the next two or three years i would have expected him to be getting in the mike trout range yet. You know in the four hundred maybe even five hundred million dollar area just because of who he is and how talented he is well. But he's gotta keep it up. And that's the thing that i think justifies a little bit of lower. You know he's young. He's relatively inexperienced. I mean let's be honest. We've been saying his name for a long time now but let's not forget he's twenty two you know so there's not there's not a lot to justify a like the mike trout dealer the bryce harper deal right. Where you're like okay. we know exactly what. We're getting manny machado. Was the same way everybody knew they were going to get. And then he went and proved it in la and then they still you know gotta deal in san diego because he got the vetting but anyway i agree with you though. I think this is exactly a steel for the padres. I think it's a great thing for tatty. I think it's an even better thing for baseball all the way around. Was that just a superstar. Putin yup i made the same argument..

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Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres make 14-year, $340 million deal official

Baseball Together Podcast

00:17 sec | 10 months ago

Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres make 14-year, $340 million deal official

"Baseball is officially back. We have spring training underway currently and we also have fernando tatis junior twenty two years old gets a fatty fat fat extension from the san diego padres. Fourteen years three hundred and forty million

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"$340 million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:58 min | 10 months ago

"$340 million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The background of Williams and full strength that's gonna land on the baseline. Riverside go soak your feet to the back end of Williams Williams dates 24 Girls soccer moves into the final and you have to say the better player. One of the day Australian Open radio is Naomi Osaka closed at a 6364 win over Serena in their semifinal. Williams last major title is now four years ago we mentioned in our one she left her post match press conference in tears after being asked one more question about her sloppy play today. Oh, um I don't know. I'm moved under. But again, That's not about the question. It's about the disappointment of missing out on a major title Once again. Osaka now faces American Jen Brady for the title on Saturday and know that joke of it with a straight set win over US Lan. Correct seven in the men's Sami's 14 years in $340 million that the reporter commitment the Padres and shortstop Fernando Totti's junior making Is the third richest deal ever in baseball history but is a record for a pre arbitration player. No more baseball for Tim Tebow. He announces retirement yesterday after 287 games in the Met system. And the Blue Jays just confirm their first two home Stan to the coming season will be at their spring training park in Dunedin, Florida because of Canada's covert restrictions. It's 20 wins in 21 games for the Jazz after a 1 14 96 victory at the Clippers, who are still playing without Kawai Leonard and Paul George. The Blazer win streak up to six after a 1 26 1 24 W in New Orleans. And the Wizards have their first three game win streak since December of 2018 beating the Nuggets 1 31 28. The Hawks, meanwhile, have won one in a row. For a young brings it back up. Pray in the middle. Pray all boil on three. Good. Oh, you've gotta be kidding me, Trey. 27 points for Trey unlocks lead by 7 190 Woman on Hawks Radio Trey Young 40 points in a 1 22 1 14 victory in Boston ending A four game skid. College shoots number 22 Layla, Chicago Sidestep Valpo 54 52 number 23, Kansas A 59 41 win at K State. It's a school record. 13 consecutive losses for Kay stayed and Oiler Center economy. David Career Point number 500 in a three to win over Winnipeg, he got there in Game number. 3 69 the exact number it took Sydney Crosby, D a back to you. Interesting, stat. Okay, good stuff. When we come back, you're on the show. Fernando Taxis already got 340 million reasons to stay in San Diego for the rest of his career. We shall discuss will jump in a phone calls and tweets as well. Next, D,.

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"$340 million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:06 min | 11 months ago

"$340 million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Week's riot at the Capitol. The city canceling contracts worth $17 million a year for two ice skating rinks in Central Park, a carousel and a golf course. Eric Trump, executive vice president of the Trump organization, telling ABC News. The city of New York has no legal right to end our contracts, and if they elect to proceed, they will o The Trump Organization over $30 million. It's the latest in a string of blows to the Trump family's business empire. The PGA announcing it has can Told plans to host in upcoming championship at Trump's Golf Club. Even the president's bank reportedly severing ties, according to Bloomberg. Deutsche Bank has decided to stop working with him in the future. The Trump Organization reportedly owes the German bank $340 million on three loans which are doing 2023 2024. Trump putting his name on casinos, vodka stakes of failed airline even a board game. The reality show the Apprentice, making him a household name and reportedly making him more than $400 million. You're fired Mar a Lago, losing millions in revenue dropping from 25 million in 2017 to 21 in 2019. According to Forbes, Trump is actually worth a billion dollars less than he was on Inauguration Day, according to a new ABC News Washington Post poll, More than half of Americans would support the idea of barring President Trump from holding office again and more than half would also support charging President Trump criminally for the siege of the capital. Meanwhile, ABC News has learned that vice President Mike Pence is called Vice President elect Kamila Harris this week to congratulate her and offer support leading up to the inauguration. Federal prosecutors said this week that there was quote strong evidence to suggest that some of the capital rioters had plans to kidnap and assassinate members of Congress. Says more people involved in the riot are arrested. ABC NEWS chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz is more scores of arrests have been made in connection.

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"$340 million" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 11 months ago

"$340 million" Discussed on KOMO

"I was I was skeptical. Um, I didn't like wearing the mask. Of course, that's how I got it. Once you get to a certain point, and it's hard to breathe, it's a real scary going back to those two new variants discovered in Ohio scientists say they're not exactly sure if one is more transmissible than the other. It's just too early to call that story from ABC News correspondent Stephanie Ramos. We talked to the city of New York is cutting financial ties to President Trump. When we get more details from maybe sees Rebecca Jarvis. The city canceling contracts were $17 million a year for two ice skating rinks in Central Park, a carousel and a golf course. Eric Trump, executive vice president of the Trump organization, telling ABC News. The city of New York has no legal right to end our contracts, and if they elect to proceed, they will o the Trump Organization over $30 million. It's the latest in a string of blows to the Trump family's business empire, the PGA announcing it has canceled plans to host in upcoming champ Kinship at Trump's Golf Club has become clear that conducting the PGA Championship at Trump administer would be detrimental to the PGA of American brand. Even the president's bank reportedly severing ties, according to Bloomberg. Deutsche Bank has decided to stop working with him in the future. The Trump Organization reportedly owes the German bank $340 million on three loans which are doing 2023 2024. Trump putting his name on casinos, vodka stakes of failed airline even a board game because it's not what you win or lose. It's whether you win yes, the reality show the Apprentice, making him a household name and reportedly making him more than $400 million. You're fired, but after he was elected president, the nation divided His name's stripped from several hotels and condominiums in Manhattan Mar a Lago losing millions in revenue dropping from 25 million in 2017 to 21 2019. According to Forbes, Trump is actually worth a billion dollars less than he was on Inauguration Day, and Trump has become the first president to be impeached twice. We'll have more on that in just a couple of minutes first know what 8 14 time for another co Moh traffic.

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"$340 million" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"$340 million" Discussed on 600 WREC

"West joins us now from the Birmingham Business Journal. Take a look and see what's in store for 2021 Tie. Welcome in and Happy New Year. Happy New Year, JT. So here we go. New year new projects. I'm sure in our areas. So what do you have on the horizon? What should be we will be watching for The other door. There's really a lot. I mean, I know we had kind of Ah, crazy year in 2020 with the pandemic and Ah lot of people worried about the economic consequences that but really here for me, and we have a lot of big projects that were there were there announced last year or just continue to take shape, So I'd say the one that everybody's applied. Most anxious for his downtown is the protective stadium in the B. J. C C renovation. That's one that has been discussed for so long here, but it's one that's gonna open up in 2021 that I've been downtown lately. You've seen the work progressing on the stadium. You may be supposed to start playing there this fall and then right next door, you see what's going on The Legacy arena where they're doing a basket for innovation there that was gonna be continued to work on throughout 2021. But Both of those projects are exciting for Birmingham because of the potential they have to bring do events. To the city. I mean, we've already seen that a little bit with protective stadium. They've learned the Super six back. There is the biggest the Super seven. Now the Alabama State football championship. They're coming back. They previously were here left. With the Legacy arena we've seen in TW basketball tournament coming back, So that's definitely a project. We're interested in moving forward. Uh, let me ask you real quick on the development of the stadium. We've seen so much construction going on around. I remember when they built topped off and you know the construction around all of that affecting, you know the uptown area there with the restaurants and whatnot. Are is that anticipated that that construction under the bridges by Legacy Arena and all the construction around the stadium will get, you know, completed as well, not just the big buildings themselves. Yeah, there were working on in terms of what? The bridges underneath. I mean, you're going to see the city walk Birmingham Park that that project coming together. Um, we don't have the deed. Exact details on with all that is gonna be completed. If you've driven over there you've seen it just looks miles better than it did with the new lighting. They put into their kind of the colorful lighting, but, yeah, that city wall. Birmingham's gonna be exciting project, but Although if you block from there we had a big story last week were the former Carraway Hospital. That's another huge project to watch in 2021. It would be a $340 million project. They're really going to transform that area. It's gonna have several components going to be a mixed use project. You have everything from some residential components to retail office space. And you're gonna see a giant redevelopment of that former hospital and redeveloping former hospitals is a challenging thing to do so for us to have Both the Care Way project, which is $340 million, but also another or hospital that former Trinity Medical Center Hospital which is being redeveloped that harbor terrorists. Which is gonna have unauthorized had quarters, luxury condos, medical office faces in retail and restaurant space. I mean to have both of those going at the same time. I mean, you're talking about more than $500 million in development and those two projects alone. I mean, that is a lot for area of our size is very exciting to see developers. Investors investing that kind of money in Birmingham optimistic anymore retail hot spots or restaurant areas popping up like we've seen last year. Yeah, I think when a couple areas we're interested in watching and seeing what happens with, uh, obviously downtown by the Parkside area by Railroad park. There is a lot playing for that area. There's a big Velvet. That's gonna go heavy on the retail and restaurant aside as well. So lifestyle and health nothing to be our urban supply in that area. That's a development about orchestra partners come on the western edge of railroad parking. You're good people. They have big plans for that area, and that same firm is also working on redevelopment of the palace of the new steam plant project. S so that's an area where you know what kind of focus on another area to really watch closely. Is that area between U A. B in ST Vincent's The Southtown Public housing development, the redeveloping that this year and that this is gonna be your that project really ramps up. That really could be a game changer for the whole south side of the town. I'm going to see some retail restaurants on obviously residential space with redevelopment of the public housing going in there, but that's a project is going to result in a lot of development in and around that area. So very exciting news there. Absolutely some good optimistic news for us for this coming year. Thank you. Ty was Birmingham business journal. Thank God 7 58, Alabama this morning News coming up three minutes. Top of the hour News with Fox and Angie nor villas well, plus traffic and weather together. By the way, Alabama's morning news, raise both arms and wait goodbye to anything that holds you back. Let the world see those under arms Dove advance cares. 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'There's No Quick Fix For COVID-19,' Cautions Pennsylvania Secretary Of Health

All Things Considered

07:56 min | 1 year ago

'There's No Quick Fix For COVID-19,' Cautions Pennsylvania Secretary Of Health

"Going to talk more now about how states are preparing to distribute those vaccines as they become available, and to do that, we're joined by Dr Rachel Levine. She is the Pennsylvania health secretary and also president of the Association of State Health Officials. Dr Levine welcome 12 Things considered. Thank you very much. I'm very pleased to be here. Will you walk us through the logistics for when Pennsylvania first receives its initial shipments of vaccines? I mean, where does it go? How do you keep it cold? What do you actually have to do? Sure. So we're all waiting the meeting of the FDA on December 10th. And then they will consider all of the data of submitted by the Fizer Corporation for the first vaccine. When they issue their emergency use authorization or you away, then operation Warp speed will distribute the vaccine. To hospitals in Pennsylvania and throughout the nation just to get specific is the federal government or or fives or corporation, sending it to the state of Pennsylvania to distribute it to hospitals. I I asked, because this vaccine has to be kept incredibly cold. It's not just like you can send a bottle of aspirin, right? So you are correct. This is an ultra cold chain vaccine that has to be kept at minus 80 C or or Celsius. So it will be operation works speed that will be sending it to the hospitals that we designate now will depend, of course about how much we're going to get, and it comes in trays of 975 bottles. So these have to be hospitals that can Deal with the cold chain and can deal with that amount of vaccine to then administer. Now, the CDC recommends that health care workers and residents of long term care facilities should get first access to these vaccines. That's a large number of people have you decided whether you're going to start With older healthcare workers or people with underlying conditions are only doctors and nurses who see covert patients. I mean, how are you going to prioritize within the priority groups? Sure. So we're going to be developing a decision tree for hospitals to use and we'll be finishing that this week. I want to point out that the distribution for the nursing home and other long term kitchen facilities Goes in a different way. So operation works speed working with Walgreens and CVS will be receiving the vaccine with those two pharmaceutical companies, and then they will be working to administer the vaccine in nursing homes and other long term care facilities. Do you have a sense of how many doses The first shipment is likely to include and how that compares to the number of people in this top priority. First group, so we don't exactly know how many doses we're going to get in the first shipment. So you know, we had lots of discussions with Operation Warp speed, you know, will be looking to attack the end of next week or certainly when they're going to be sent out to know exactly how many doses we're going to get in the first week. And then the expectation our weekly shipments to the hospitals and to Walgreens and CVS for those distributions. I gotta ask a lot of depending here on the ability of operation Warp speed to carry this out effectively And with Corona virus testing, the federal government kind of fell down. I mean, There weren't enough tests. Some of the tests were not accurate. Initially. How confident are you in the ability of this Trump Administration program to get this very difficult job done? We have heard directly from General Purna. You know, we have confidence in them, but I'm sure it will be a significant logistical challenge. This has to occur throughout the United States, all at the same time to all of the states, the territories. And then some specific large cities. And are you also concerned about the smooth handoff from one administration to another? I mean, if the distribution depends on Operation Warp speed, which is a Trump administration program will the Trump Administration only has so many more weeks in office. Now, the Department of Defense under General Karna, you know, will still be there in terms of continuity, But in terms of the representatives from helping human services and the administration, we would like to think that they'll be robust conversation. Nation and communication as the administration transitions. Obviously, that has not happened as much as it should have yet, But we're hoping that all those communications will be going on forthcoming. Just to get back to the scale of the logistical challenge here. This is a vaccine requires two doses weeks apart. Do you have the infrastructure to track and time who has had a first dose when yes, we do. But that is a information technology challenge in terms of making sure that we get the right vaccine into the right person at the right time. And then not only the visor vaccine, but the Madonna vaccine that also is a to dose vaccine. We've heard so many states talk about the extreme budget pressure that they are under and this is an expensive undertaking. Do you have the money? You need to do it? And if not, do you think the federal government is ready to provide it well, it will be essential for the federal government to provide more funding to the States territories in cities that will be tasked with ministering the vaccine. Operation works speed cost billions and billions for the development of the vaccine on Lee $340 million has been allocated for the next part of the mission, the distribution and the administration so clearly states and territories and cities. They're going to need more funding from the federal government to finish and accomplish this mission. These issues you're talking about could occupy you for more than 40 hours a week every week, and you are at the same time dealing with a spike in Corona virus cases and having to contact trace people who may have come in contact with exposed individuals, overcrowded hospitals. How are you juggling all of this at once? Well again. This is the public health challenge of a lifetime. I don't think any of us have seen a 40 hour week. You know, in our memories I stand corrected three ways to deal with the pandemic. You can work on containment that involved the testing and contact tracing very hard to contain a virus that has spread this far. For example, Today we are reporting 11 over 11,000 new cases. In Pennsylvania. It's impossible to contact that many people, so we have to prioritize. We prioritize to congregate, setting such as nursing homes and other long term care facilities, Correctional institutions, schools, etcetera, Then we have mitigation. Basic mitigation sets his mass and hand washing and social distancing. And then in Pennsylvania, you know we had to have a stay at home advisory. And you know, we have really tried to recommend that people avoid not only large gatherings but small gatherings. And then they'll be the vaccine those of the tools and the public health to box that we have to work with. When you're dealing with community spread on the level that we are seeing now, where there is so much of this disease and so much transmission of it. Do you have to change your approach? I mean it, Zeke gone from hand to hand combat to fighting an army out. Imagine it has And so the basic public health tool of containment, which we would do for a small measles outbreak or for it outbreak of tuberculosis? That is extremely difficult for public health to do when we're seeing this type of widespread community transmission, and then we have to pivot to more and more mitigation. It's a very unpopular it is made public health officials sometimes unpopular throughout the nation, but they're absolutely essential to try to stop the spread. And then we have the light at the end of the tunnel, which is the vaccine, but there's no quick fix to hope in 19. After Rachel Levine, Pennsylvania Health Secretary and president of the Association of State Health officials. Thank you for talking with us in the middle of everything else that you were doing. My pleasure. Thank you very much.

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"$340 million" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"$340 million" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Quote dot com slash commercials or price could vary depending on your health issue in company. Another factor is not available in all states. a battle for survival after the Norwegian government said it would not provide further backing. Before the covert outbreak. Norwegian was seen as a pioneer of low cost long haul aviation, offering cheap fares of rates such as London to New York. However, it was already struggling financially. The collapse of air traffic is a result of the pandemic pushed the company to the brink. But it was rescued in May after agreeing a major restructuring plan with its creditors on securing a $340 million financial life flight from the Norwegian government. Now, however, the cash is running out once again in the country's industry minister said it would be too risky to provide more public funding. It's people cease. Theo Leggett reporting negotiators from Britain and the European Union. Our meeting to seek a breakthrough in gridlock trade talks with just days until declined deadline to strike a post Brexit deal. News and analysis at townhall dot com. NASA administrator Jim Bridon. Stein says he will not leave the agency and a Biden administration. Mr Brian Stein said in the lengthy interview with Aviation Week at an administration under candidate Joe Biden would need a NASA chief who was trusted by the incoming president, adding that he was not that person. Representatives for NASA added that as a political appointee, Brian's Diane's exit at the end of her presidential administration would not be uncommon. The NASA cheek was appointed in late 2017 by President Trump to head up the U. S s space exploration agency. Making him one of the longest serving agency heads in the Trump administration. Bernie Bended in Washington with fire is numbers rising locally and nationally and the holiday travel season looming, the nation's capital, revamping its covert 19 travel.

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How Are Employers Treating Workers During The Pandemic

The Takeaway

03:51 min | 1 year ago

How Are Employers Treating Workers During The Pandemic

"And we've been talking about how employers are treating their workers during the pandemic with Michael Sein Auto from The Guardian. Michael, what happens to workers? Now we're talking. We're looking at layoffs in a lot of different industries. Is that right? A lot of different industries are still laying off workers. Whether it's as the PPP loans are expiring businesses that have had to close again after reopening because a surge in Corona virus cases to just industries that have survived up until this point Without laying off workers either Cos announcing our warning that mass layoffs or imminent like some of the large airlines, United Airlines said By October 36,000 workers are possibly subjected toe beginning permanently lay it off for load. American Airlines has said that There's been a lot of university systems who are making decisions right now to caught a lot of workers. There was a study a few weeks ago by the Economic Policy Institute that ah, large portion of workers who have lost their jobs during the pandemic. Those jobs are not coming back. They those workers will not Have a job that they had before the pandemic to return Teo on and a lot of industries even if they have started to reopen, like hotels and things like that, they're not At seeing capacity or demand to the point where they're recalling all their workers and the ones that are getting recalled. They might only get a few shifts. You know a week they're not getting full schedules. Is there any silver lining in any of this? Michaela do work. Is there anything positive that we can say about workers in the United States right now? Because this is ah! A very serious and grim picture that we're painting with, obviously, which is necessary. But are there any bright spots? I'm wondering that not too not too many. I think some of the bright spots if there are any and all of Ben The workers who have organized protest strikes worker still organizing Tio form labor unions or organizing with their existing labor unions. Teo pushback on employers or bad practices within their industry. The urgency for for organizing has certainly intensified because of the working conditions caused by the by the pandemic. But there's AH, a report in the Economic Policy Institute in December 20 19 US employer spends around $340 million on union avoidance consultants about one in five union election campaigns involves a charge that an employer has illegally fired. Ah, worker. We've seen that during the pandemic with the Amazon protests. Ah lot of workers who led those protests. Have been fired, lost their jobs. A lot of workers are seeing the the benefits of collective organizing and having a collective voice. It's fan. Inspiring to see these workers on the front lines that are still working there in the pandemic to protest and risk their jobs to improve their their working conditions. And, you know, raise awareness of how workers in these industries are treated, you know, across the board around the country. Michael Sein

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"$340 million" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"$340 million" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Friday. America is listening to Fox News. Now you away I local news Texas Governor Greg Abbott is warning of a state wide shutdown of people keep flaunting the mask requirement to slow the spread of Corona virus. Hospitalizations in caseloads, keep breaking records and Abbott told 11 TV station quote. The death that we're seeing announced today and yesterday, which you're now over 100 those air people who likely contracted covert 19 in late May. The worst is yet to come as we work our way through that massive increase in people testing positive unquote Abbott is announced. Federal resource is will You brought in to assist with medical needs in Texas as Corona virus cases continue to surge Additional resource is including urban Area medical task force from the U. S Department of Defense that will arrive in Houston on Monday and a disaster medical assistance team from U. S Department of Health and Human Services that has just been deployed. His resource is at two a deal, the Urban medical task force that began operating in Bear County, as well as seven federal assessment teams operating in Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Macallan, Laredo and El Paso this past week. San Antonio's Fiesta, 2020 has been cancelled. Organizers announced that the annual party will not happen this year is president of the Fiesta Commission. We all know what happened in New Orleans with Marta. You know they had a huge outbreak after Mardi Gras Yes to has already moved from April to November, and this is a big blow to the city's economy. The event has a $340 million economic impact on San Antonio and supports 3500 jobs. Corpus Christi is denying a permit for Trump supporters gathering at the Salina statue. City spokesperson tells me they will not allow the event to happen. Citing Corona virus pandemic. Selina's family sent a cease and desist letter to the organizer earlier this week, the organizer says he doesn't care..

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"$340 million" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"$340 million" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Fiesta goers and volunteers is their number one priority. The Fiesta San Antonio Commission announced today it has suspended planning for a November Fiesta and that will focus on Fiesta returning next year on April 15th. The economic impact that Fiesta brings to the San Antonio economy is more than $340 million classes at UT s air scheduled to start on August 24th at the school, still working out the details on how students will return to class all students, faculty and staff will have to complete compliance training to help slow the spread of the Corona virus masks will be mandatory. After the Thanksgiving break. All instruction will be online. Last month, a California judge ordered Immigration and Customs enforcement to release all of the detained Children due to the pandemic. That deadline is one week from today. But in court papers, lawyers with the Department of Justice wrote that ice will not release the parents. Attorney Shale in Florida heads the delay pro bono project, which represents 68 families in detention here in taxes. You're talking about a global pandemic and what we know and relation to social distancing and everything else. This is a situation that puts our families at risk at one facility south of San Antonio there, reports 34 people have tested positive for Cove in 19 state officials say. A Tarrant County dog is the first Texas animal with a confirmed case of the virus, according to the Texas Animal Health Commission, a veterinarian tested and diagnose the two year old dog after its owners were found Tohave Cove it 19. Seen in other animals, including tigers, lions and household cats of tested positive nation wide. State veterinarian Dr Andy Schwarz says pets can catch the virus, but there's no evidence they can spread it. CDC health officials do recommend staying away from your pet if you have Coben, 19 as a small number of human to animal infections have been reported Charity McCurdy NewsRadio 1200 W. Away. Ay, ay Supporter President Trump has lost his bid to host a rally tomorrow at the sign of Corpus Christi is famous. A statue. A city turned down Joe Michael Bennett's is a permit application. President Trump's Rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Tomorrow night's being postponed a statement from the president's reelection campaign SCIENCE Bad weather from Tropical Storm Fay. The rally will be rescheduled the not too distant future. The president return to the campaign trail with a rally in Tulsa last month. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activate a smart device to play news. A radio 1200.

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"$340 million" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"$340 million" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Goers and volunteers is their number one priority. The Fiesta San Antonio Commission announced today it has suspended planning for a November Fiesta and that will focus on Fiesta returning next year on April 15th. And the economic impact that Fiesta brings to the San Antonio economy is more than $340 million classes at UT s air scheduled to start on August 24th at the school, still working out the details on how students will return to class all students, faculty and staff will have to complete compliance training to help slow the spread of the Corona virus masks will be mandatory after the Thanksgiving break. All instruction will be online. Last month, a California judge ordered immigration and customs enforcement to release all of the detained Children due to the pandemic. That deadline is one week from today. But in court papers, lawyers with the Department of Justice wrote that ice will not release the parents. Attorney Shale in Florida heads the delay pro bono project, which represents 68 families in detention here in Texas. You're talking about a global pandemic and what we know and relation to social distancing and everything else. This is a situation that puts our families at risk at one facility south of San Antonio there, reports 34 people have tested positive for Cove in 19 state officials say. A Tarrant County dog is the first Texas animal with a confirmed case of the virus, according to the Texas Animal Health Commission, a veterinarian tested and diagnose the two year old dog after its owners were found Tohave Cove it 19. Seen in other animals, including tigers, lions and household cats of tested positive nation wide. State veterinarian Dr Andy Schwarz says pets can catch the virus, but there's no evidence they can spread it. CDC health officials do recommend staying away from your pet. If you have Coben, 19 as a small number of human to animal infections have been reported Charity McCurdy NewsRadio 1200 W A. Y I, A supporter of President Trump has lost his bid to host a rally tomorrow at the sign of Corpus Christi is famous. A statue. A city turned down Joe Michael Bennis is a permit application. President Trump's Rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Tomorrow night's being postponed a statement from the president's reelection campaign Science. Bad weather from Tropical Storm Fay. The rally will be rescheduled in the not too distant future. The president return to the campaign trail with a rally in Tulsa last month. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news. A radio 1200.

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"$340 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"$340 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ad council this is Bloomberg daybreak weekend our global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week I'm Bob moon in New York up later in our program a close up look at elections in Ireland but first we go to our Asian bureau for a look at the corona virus and the impact on the economy especially in Hong Kong and he in mainland China Bob thank you well Hong Kong as GDP is projected to have contracted four percent in the fourth quarter now that data is out on Monday and it follows a drop of two point nine percent in the third quarter on Kong has been wracked by protests since last June it's about to get worse with the spread of the Wuhan virus and on top of that the effects of the US China trade war are still with us still lingering with that in mind Doug and I reached out to Bloomsburg economics editor Alexandra Sirota to break this down Alexandra I I guess it's fair to say that conditions are probably going to get worse before they get better it's unknowable with the spread of this infection but if there is widespread infection how bad my did get yes and she said look it is really early days still so it is hard to wear assess the full extent of the economic impact of the current virus time will certainly be an important factor here how long it takes to contain the virus but economists are really looking towards the two thousand and three saws absurd for guidance here all day conocida really noting here that in this time if assessing the economic impact around the region and they are expecting a great a hit to economic growth at this time and this is as China has become a greater importance and a more integrated into the regional economies this time three tourism and trade linkages and as you mentioned this is coming at a time where there's been numerous very syncretic factors around the region that have been impacting growth at the end of the year as you said Hong Kong we go fourth quarter GDP coming out this week and a conocer are expecting another significant decline and this is as those protests inner I'm I have seen a marked decline in visitor numbers that quarter this heat hotels restaurants and retailers Japan also quote a fourth quarter is full costing a negative contraction growth I am a mug exports are some and conception consumption tax hike and so on top of these added with the the impact of the of of the virus it is looking like it is going to be a continuation of a shaky of the of the shaky done I'm sensing in the fourth quarter into the first quarter of the year and this is come at a time when you know Akon misled looking towards the the south twenty twenty had started with on a bit more spring in in the staff as as as as the outlook was looking more positive following the signing of the face the face one of the US China trade deal and this is the you know now has a Hussein across markets this weight the V. come much more nervous about about what the growth outlook dot supply condiments on why don't we talk to loose GPA sorry yeah let's talk a little bit about winners and losers just in the early stages of our discussion mainly losers I'd imagine in terms of sectors what do you see yes at this point and you know he doesn't like it will bear I'm negative impact to Terry JG pay and cry widespread across across regions and and and that is we do have some daughter out this week which I think will be of of K. forecasts and that's that the kaizen IPMI and Bloomberg's chief Asian economist and she is saying that we should expect to a say some of the early impact of the corona virus coming through these Dada and that the the decline could actually be substantially larger than what the consensus is currently expecting sorry normally at this time of the year we wouldn't expect to see some pull back in activity as a result of the lunar new year oh sorry in the middle of winter in in China said production does tend to slur at this time she's expecting that you know it's not too early said these pay my daughter to start to pick up some of the backing activity particularly in the service is Pam I as a result of the travel restrictions that we have seen cancellations of the lunar new year celebrations and then as we have seen the extension of the learning you holiday expect this to flow through to the production side of the Chinese economy yeah definitely I mean it will while we were talking earlier in the week about the fact that it represents kind of a critical area for many supply chains five hundred companies have production facilities or or manufacturing plants in Wuhan but in terms of the likely policy response I mean clearly at this point the market is going to be looking for signs of visibility into the extent of the virus kind of creating the the human component the epidemic that we're seeing but once that is become clear and markets can adjust and begin discounting new information what would the the expectation be on the part of participants in terms of the view that policy makers really have to step up and do something corporate America or corporate China or corporate Japan can't do it alone yes so we slowed the federal reserve Chad tram power saying I'll stick in the press conference a question on on the extent of the current advice and he at this moment in a really taking the wait and see approach which I think are central bank of it is at this point we'll be doing as I did say before look it is early days and time is critical to assess what the full extent all of the impact away as we did see in two thousand and three he did say that bounce back in activity shortly there off the bat as that as I was saying before this is coming at a time as well with that all have been all these other garrison credit factors that have impacted on economies within the region and has come after a time when the economy has stained economic growth outlook has been seen as a little bit more fat job because of of the trade tensions that we saw toward the end of last year we also are looking a little bit of backlash against Chinese citizens so we ran a story on the terminal it started off like this airlines haul flights from China schools in Europe on invite exchange students restaurants in South Korea turn away Chinese customers there is this possibility of of a further break in relations between China and some in the western world and also with Hong Kong yes I mean this is a full lap that could occur as well which would perhaps be and and now that use your right blocking the way all of the next stage of the US China trade relationship and and and this could be an impact that does that does the third such a tough road ahead Alexander thank you so much for joining us and offering your insights as Bloomberg economics editor Alexandra varada joining us here I'm Brian Curtis in Hong Kong along with the prisoner in New York and you can catch us every week day here for Bloomberg daybreak Asia beginning at seven AM in Hong Kong and six PM on Wall Street Bob thank you Brian and Doug coming up on Bloomberg daybreak weekend.

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"$340 million" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"$340 million" Discussed on Upgrade

"They do ED's now on NBC website. And also, obviously on their TV networks. So it's I think it's actually smart, it's too complicated. But I think it's smart in the sense that it's it's them admitting they need to build their own streaming service. While also being accepting the fact that there's a current way they make money, and they need to keep the money rolling in in that way. But this is an example, I think Mike when we talk about all these streaming services and all the silos going up like it used to be everybody had their own business. And then there was this insularity business for streaming where you just chucked bunch of your archival content and your old shows into it, and that's basically net flicks at the beginning. Which was like, sure, Netflix, whatever, blah, blah, blah, and they did their own things on their primary business. And now all of them realized they can't do that. Netflix is the primary business they need to take their stuff back and build their own net. Flicks. The Bill their own silo. And so everybody's doing it. Disney's doing it Warner's doing it and doing it CBS did it. And then obviously there are other players like apple. So this is just this is where we're going to end up, and and it's interesting if we bring in the other piece here, which is of and I think we've got an item about it in a minute is net. Flicks is aware that providers of content like NBC universal are going to be less inclined to sell a lot of their content to Netflix and the future because they're going to want it for their own service. Just like how Disney is going to build up marvel shows on Disney, plus and the marvel shows are are going to get canceled at Netflix. So we're we're seeing this realignment happen where all the big players have realized that inflex is not going to they don't it's not Nance Larry revenue stream anymore. It's like the revenue stream of the future, and they want to own it. And so they're all going to build their own silos and pull the content off of Netflix. Eventually with the exceptions of like we mentioned a few weeks ago that friends deal where Warner Brothers basically got paid a huge amount of money by net flicks to keep friends on Netflix because it's a huge show for for net flicks. But in the end, they're gonna put it on their own streaming service. Because of course, they are Disney will show off that streaming service that you mentioned Disney plus for the first time on April eleventh annual investigating very what that ends up looking like and mentioning Netflix and popular TV shows Steve corral is going to be starring in a new net. Flicks comedy about space falls, which is the current US government's attempt to creating a new space new branch of the military base force. Yeah. I I've struggled to really explain it. Because my brain con if I see it. It set today byu soon Steve Carell is creating this series with with Greg Daniels who is responsible for adapting the office for the US. Now is important for.

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