17 Burst results for "$485 Million"

"$485 million" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"$485 million" Discussed on KGO 810

"That I even I'm even going to the Olympics. The 20 year old will be leaving for the Tokyo Olympics. July 25th. She hopes the place in the top 10. She tells me her goal is to enjoy this incredible journey and another Olympic Games. Maybe in her future. I mean, that really is a journey. Wow. Had no idea that she was from such a tough background, You know? Yeah, when you consider that that's even more impressive. Congratulations, sir. We'll watch from a new movie, too. Well, just to show up. There is pretty amazing just to be in to have qualified. But Hopefully, she has a good competition. The Olympics Crazy plagued with Covid 19, as you're well aware there won't be a crowd. I don't even know how safe frankly these athletes are. I'd be very concerned, but They're going full speed ahead. You know? So Yeah, Watch it. I did you circle back around. Sorry. I'm just bothering me. I want to go to the bar. Let's go to breath. Let's go back to Brett now for an update everyone on that situation with the stadium in Oakland Breath Stadium correspondent. So so the issue is the A's have promised to privately financed this particular stadium at Howard Terminal. Problem is the access to Howard Terminal is the issue. And that's where the taxpayer is. It will be on the hook in this particular deal, so the project generated revenues from Jacqueline and Infrastructure financing District are estimated to be $360 million. In in, uh, taxpayer money. Uh, but then the project generate revenues at the Howard terminal Infrastructure financing estimated to include $495 million to be used for infrastructure development, so that would be the taxpayers on the hook for 485 million. That's just an estimate, though, and but just to balance that out. It's estimated that it would bring in $7 billion in new revenue over the life of the stadium for offers. Yeah, Yeah, well, that's so It's an investment, right? Yeah, well, these They always argue that in the case of these huge sunk costs of the short you're talking about, right is that look, you pay the money now It's a lot. But obviously over the life of the stadium, and usually they'll, you know they'll break it out over the course of a decade or whatever. It'll pay for itself and you know the city will get its money back. Look, it's a It's a huge commitment on the part of the city and on the part of the AIDS, but I hope they stay there. I mean, it's just that is a rich tradition. It would be really, um It would be super sad to see them leave. So, uh, when we come back, I want to do a I want to do a chunk of trump just a little chunk because this word about Giuliani And he's somebody in Trump's orbit. That's what we can technically do it as chunk of Trump and frankly, it's not just about Giuliani. It's about what he urged Trump to do. On election night. It's in a new book. There have been there two new books out about the Trump administration. They both appear to be really, really good. And you know what? When I say really, really good. A well source good authors, ones from a Wall Street Journal author, Wall Street Journal writer and he's got really good pedigree. So, uh, When it comes to sources. I'll touch on both of those things next, so we'll do a mini chunk of Trump next. You can participate in the show throughout the morning. 415 80 88 10 415 80 88 10 As I mentioned the Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Hiltzik joins us bottom of the hour. Uh, in the I'm sorry. Top of the next hour Bottom. The next bottom of the hour. Carla Marinucci from the California playbook and politico. She joins us as we continue. Mark Thompson, K g 08 10. Oh, What up everybody. Mark Thompson here on day Joe A 10. It is Wednesday, July 14th coming up bottom of the hour after Brett's news, Carla Marinucci. Co author of the California playbook from Political. We'll Talk About a lot of things affecting California. We'll.

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"$485 million" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"$485 million" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Firefighters are battling dozens of blazes burning on nearly 900,000 acres in the west amid very dry conditions and record triple digit heat. For NPR News. I'm Ryan Hunches and Flagstaff. The National Weather Services. Lead forecaster Bob Oravec says the heat wave will definitely Gulf much of the West this week. Air tech We do see potential for temperatures anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees above average across portions of California, Nevada, good portions of Idaho, Washington State and Oregon or of it projects at some parts of the southwestern US should get some relief by the end of the week. The Cuban government is blaming growing unrest over its coronavirus, pandemic response and economic crisis on US sanctions. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested Cuba's authoritarian rule is really to blame, adding that the Cuban people's decision to rise up Is there's alone. These are protests inspired by the harsh reality of everyday life in Cuba, not people in another country. President Biden says the mass protests that were stage across Cuba yesterday were remarkable. But so far he's given no indication that the U. S plan to reverse an embargo imposed on the island during the Trump administration. The top U. S envoy for Israeli Palestinian affairs is in the Middle East for the first time since Israel's new prime minister took office. NPR's Daniel Estrin has the latest from Jerusalem. Deputy assistant Secretary of state Hadi Amour is in Israel and the West Bank this week after Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett took office last month. Bennett's office says the prime minister will not be meeting with Amor. His visit comes as international mediators are still trying to negotiate a way to begin reconstruction in the Gaza Strip after the conflict in May between the Israeli military and Gaza militants. Israeli warplanes damaged roads and homes in Gaza and the World Bank, United Nations and European Union estimate that Gaza needs $485 million to rebuild over the next couple years. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem The Dow's climb more than 100 points since the Open, you're listening to NPR news. It's 73 degrees at 204. I'm Araceli Gomez Saldana with W B E C news. Malcolm X Colleges recruiting Chicagoans to fight the opioid crisis. The City College has a family supported programme that seeks to bring relief to neighborhoods hardest hit by opioid use. The program needs community health workers who will provide care and services to Children and families. The college will train them pay for tuition and give them a stipend. A program begins in the fall. Fermilab in West suburban Batavia has named visual artist Mark Hirsch as their 2021 22 artist in residence. Fermilab started the program in 2014 to connect physics with art and make the work more accessible to the public. Hirsch is no stranger to the intersection of science and art, having prior experience visualizing data and disciplines like machine learning and artificial intelligence, Georgia's went sh Wender is the visual artist coordinator at Formula We are really excited to see his interpretation of science and, you know, especially neutrinos and some of our experiments that we're currently doing and how to interpret that into an art form and then engage our community. Formal abnormally has art exhibits every three months. But that's been on hold due to the pandemic in reopening date hasn't been announced, but art can be seen at the Fermilab website in sports. The Cubs sucks and the Chicago sky are all off for the.

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"$485 million" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"$485 million" Discussed on KCRW

"Good portions of Idaho, Washington State and Oregon. Or if it projects that some parts of the southwestern US should get some relief by the end of the week. The Cuban government is blaming growing unrest over its coronavirus, pandemic response and economic crisis on US sanctions. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested Cuba's authoritarian rule is really to blame, adding that the Cuban people's decision to rise up Is there's alone. These are protests inspired by the harsh reality of everyday life in Cuba, not people in another country. President Biden says the mass protests that were stage across Cuba yesterday were remarkable. But so far he's given no indication that the U. S plan to reverse an embargo imposed on the island during the Trump administration. The top U. S envoy for Israeli Palestinian affairs is in the Middle East for the first time since Israel's new prime minister took office. NPR's Daniel Estrin has the latest from Jerusalem. Deputy assistant Secretary of state Hadi Amar is in Israel and the West Bank this week after Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett took office last month. Bennett's office says the prime minister will not be meeting with Amor. His visit comes as international mediators are still trying to negotiate a way to begin reconstruction in the Gaza Strip after the conflict in May between the Israeli military and Gaza militants. Israeli warplanes damaged roads and homes in Gaza and the World Bank, United Nations and European Union estimate that Gaza needs $485 million to rebuild over the next couple years. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem The Dow's climb more than 100 points since the Open. You're listening to NPR news. The Vatican says Pope Francis will remain in the hospital a few more days following intestinal surgery last week. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports the 84 year old pontiff is now receiving rehabilitation therapy. Today's bulletin from the Holy See, said Francis had spent a tranquil Sunday and completed his post surgery treatment. The Vatican had originally said the pope could be released from the hospital at the end of last week. He had half his colon removed on July 4th due to what doctor said was a severe narrowing of the intestine. At noon Sunday, the pontiff appeared for the first time in public to deliver his weekly blessing from the balcony of his 10th floor suite in Rome's Gemelli hospital. While his voice was a little raspy, he appeared in good overall condition. Today's update also said the pope joined in celebrating Argentina's soccer victory in the Latin American Championship. Copa America and Italy winning you EFA the European Soccer Cup. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome Former NFL player Jake Beckett says he's making a run for US Senate seat in Arkansas. Beckett launched his campaign today to challenge Senator John Boozman in next year's Republican primary. Army veteran played for the Arkansas Razorbacks. He touted his background in an online video today. Senator Bozeman has the backing of former President Donald Trump. In April, he reported, drawing more than a million dollars toward his re election bid. The Dow Jones industrial average up more than 100 points of 9 34,072. The NASDAQ is up 17 points and the S and P has.

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"$485 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"$485 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"12,000 wildland. Firefighters are battling dozens of blazes burning on nearly 900,000 acres in the west amid very dry conditions and record triple digit heat. For NPR News. I'm Ryan Hunches and Flagstaff. The National Weather Services. Lead forecaster Bob Oravec says the heat wave will definitely engulfed much of the West this week. Air tech We do see potential for temperatures anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees above average across portions of California, Nevada, good portions of Idaho, Washington State and Oregon. Or if it projects that some parts of the southwestern US should get some relief by the end of the week. The Cuban government is blaming growing unrest over its coronavirus, pandemic response and economic crisis on US sanctions. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested Cuba's authoritarian rule is really to blame, adding that the Cuban people's decision to rise up Is there's alone. These are protests inspired by the harsh reality of everyday life in Cuba, not people in another country. President Biden says the mass protests that were stage across Cuba yesterday were remarkable. But so far he's given no indication that the U. S plan to reverse an embargo imposed on the island during the Trump administration. The top U. S envoy for Israeli Palestinian affairs is in the Middle East for the first time since his Israel's new prime minister took office. NPR's Daniel Estrin has the latest from Jerusalem. Deputy assistant Secretary of state Hadi Amour is in Israel and the West Bank this week after Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett took office last month. Bennett's office says the prime minister will not be meeting with Amor. His visit comes as international mediators are still trying to negotiate a way to begin reconstruction in the Gaza Strip after the conflict in May between the Israeli military and Gaza militants. Israeli warplanes damaged roads and homes in Gaza and the World Bank, United Nations and European Union estimate that Gaza needs $485 million to rebuild over the next couple years. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem The Dow's climb more than 100 points since the Open. You're listening to NPR news. And this is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. Middle and low income families with kids will start to receive monthly checks of up to $300 per child from the federal government this week. It's part of the child tax credit expanded under President Biden's American rescue plan. Families who file their 2019 or 2020 tax returns should receive the checks automatically. Vilma Hernandez has three young kids. I have to buy clothes for the kids because they've been wearing like really close from last year. And they have outgrown, so that's like finally I can take them shopping for some clothes, so that's a relief that they're going to be wearing new clothes for the summer. Single parents who were in less than 112,000, or 150,000 for married copy couples are eligible. The New York Public Library is handing out 60,000 free book kits to Children. Starting today, the kids are tailored to different grade levels ranging from toddlers to high school seniors. Each kit contains at least one book and an educational activity for teenagers. The kit includes a stress ball. The library system, which serves Manhattan, The Bronx and Staten Island wants to prevent the summer slide. That's when students lose some of what they learned during the school year. There are a limited number of the kits and they're available at all branches. I'll take a kid with the stress ball. Thank you. For tonight..

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"$485 million" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:55 min | 11 months ago

"$485 million" Discussed on WBUR

"12,000 wildland. Firefighters are battling dozens of blazes burning on nearly 900,000 acres in the west amid very dry conditions and record triple digit heat. For NPR News. I'm Ryan hinges in Flagstaff. The National Weather Services. Lead forecaster Bob Oravec says the heat wave will definitely engulfed much of the West this week. Air tech We do see potential for temperatures anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees above average across portions of California, Nevada, good portions of Idaho, Washington State and Oregon. Or if it projects that some parts of the southwestern US should get some relief By the end of the week, the Cuban government is blaming growing unrest over its coronavirus, pandemic response and economic crisis on US sanctions. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested Cuba's authoritarian rule is really to blame, adding that the Cuban people's decision to rise up is there's alone. These are protests inspired by the harsh reality of everyday life in Cuba, not people in another country. President Biden says the mass protests that were stage across Cuba yesterday were remarkable. But so far he's given no indication that the U. S plan to reverse an embargo imposed on the island during the Trump administration. The top U. S envoy for Israeli Palestinian affairs is in the Middle East for the first time since Israel's new prime minister took office. NPR's Daniel Estrin has the latest from Jerusalem. Deputy assistant Secretary of state Hadi Amar is in Israel and the West Bank this week after Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett took office last month. Bennett's office says the prime minister will not be meeting with Amor. His visit comes as international mediators are still trying to negotiate a way to begin reconstruction in the Gaza Strip after the conflict in May between the Israeli military and Gaza militants, Israeli warplanes damaged roads and homes in Gaza and the World Bank, United Nations and European Union estimate. Gaza needs $485 million to rebuild over the next couple of years. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem The Dow's climb more than 100 points since the Open. You're listening to NPR news. This is 90.9. W bur. I'm Jack. Let PR is in Boston, The town manager of Provincetown says there have been a handful of positive covid cases over the past few days among people who are fully vaccinated. In a Facebook post manager Alex Morris did not give a specific number, he says nearly all of the town's year round and part time residents are fully vaccinated. Health officials say those who are vaccinated generally of less severe symptoms when they develop Covid 19. Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology in The South End, has named its first woman president, trustees at the school of named Aisha Francis, who was most recently the institute's chief executive officer. Francis says she'll continue focusing on the development of a new state of the art campus in Nubian squared faster education, entrepreneurism and opportunities for communities of color. The Middlesex district attorney says a man is in the hospital after a standoff with police in Everett. Authorities report and officers shot the 45 year old man when he moved toward officers with What is being described as a sword. Police say the man had previously barricaded himself inside his apartment building. The D A, says he is expected to survive. Many report finds more than 250 beaches in Massachusetts were deemed potentially unsafe for at least one day last year. The environment, Massachusetts Research and Policy Center report finds some of the beaches most commonly found with potentially unsafe water quality, where Kings Beach and Swamp skit Tannin Beach in Dorchester and Wallison Beach in Quincy. Ben Hellerstein's is the group's state director and says sewage overflows after heavy rains are to blame. We know that as climate change continues as extreme storms become more frequent and more severe, we can expect to see these two, it overflows increase, so that's why it's so important right now to make the investments necessary to ensure that our beaches are safe with swimming beaches are considered unsafe for swimming when there are high levels of fecal bacteria. Which can cause illness and infection. Fidelity's Digital assets division is expanding its staff by about 70% Bloomberg reports. The Boston based company will add about 100 technology and operations workers in its Boston Dublin and Salt Lake City offices. Moves in response to growing demand for Cryptocurrencies. The new employees will help Fidelity developed new products and expand offerings beyond Bitcoin in the forecast. Scattered showers tonight but mostly dry lows in the low sixties could see an early shower tomorrow, then Mostly cloudy with highs in the.

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"$485 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"$485 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We do see potential for temperatures anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees above average across portions of California, Nevada, good portions of Idaho, Washington State and Oregon. Or if it projects that some parts of the southwestern US should get some relief by the end of the week. The Cuban government is blaming growing unrest over its coronavirus, pandemic response and economic crisis on US sanctions. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested Cuba's authoritarian rule is really to blame, adding that the Cuban people's decision to rise up Is there's alone. These are protests inspired by the harsh reality of everyday life in Cuba, not people in another country. President Biden says the mass protests that were stage across Cuba yesterday were remarkable. But so far he's given no indication that the U. S plan to reverse an embargo imposed on the island during the Trump administration. The top U. S envoy for Israeli Palestinian affairs is in the Middle East for the first time since Israel's new prime minister took office. NPR's Daniel Estrin has the latest from Jerusalem. Deputy assistant Secretary of state Hadi Amar is in Israel and the West Bank this week after Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett took office last month. Bennett's office says the prime minister will not be meeting with Amor. His visit comes as international mediators are still trying to negotiate a way to begin reconstruction in the Gaza Strip after the conflict in May between the Israeli military and Gaza militants. Israeli warplanes damaged roads and homes in Gaza and the World Bank, United Nations and European Union estimate that Gaza needs $485 million to rebuild over the next couple years. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem The Dow's climb more than 100 points since the Open. You're listening to NPR news Live from KQED News. I'm Brian White. Some 10,000 Bay Area workers are expected to receive parts of a major settlement payment from one of the largest janitorial companies in the nation. They were part of a class action lawsuit against American building maintenance. The janitors alleged A BM failed to provide mileage reimbursement to workers and deducted meal periods from employees without evidence that meals were taken. Attorney Stan My Allison says the suit has already helped improve practices in the janitorial industry. Think what we've essentially done is taken jabs oil industry given there's a good shake up and cleaned up many, but not all. Of these problematic precious is a BM has agreed to pay $140 million to approximately 100,000 janitorial workers across California. The company did not respond to a request for comment. And the head of the North Bay commuter rail line isn't leaving just yet Far Hod Montessori and the general manager of the Cinema Marin Area Rail Transit Agency. Had planned to step down next month. But the Marin Independent Journal is reporting that he has agreed to stay on possibly for the rest of the year to give smart more time to find a successor. The agency's board recently voted to approve his contract extension. Smart is conducting a national search for a new GM. The agency says. The starting salary for the job will be close to $300,000. I'm Brian White. Good afternoon..

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"$485 million" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:22 min | 11 months ago

"$485 million" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Good portions of Idaho, Washington State and Oregon. Or if it projects that some parts of the southwestern US should get some relief by the end of the week. The Cuban government is blaming growing unrest over its coronavirus, pandemic response and economic crisis on US sanctions. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested Cuba's authoritarian rule is really to blame, adding that the Cuban people's decision to rise up Is there's alone. These are protests inspired by the harsh reality of everyday life in Cuba, not people in another country. President Biden says the mass protests that were stage across Cuba yesterday were remarkable. But so far he's given no indication that the U. S plan to reverse an embargo imposed on the island during the Trump administration. The top U. S envoy for Israeli Palestinian affairs is in the Middle East for the first time since Israel's new prime minister took office. NPR's Daniel Estrin has the latest from Jerusalem. Deputy assistant Secretary of state Hadi Amour is in Israel and the West Bank this week after Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett took office last month. Bennett's office says the prime minister will not be meeting with Amor. His visit comes as international mediators are still trying to negotiate a way to begin reconstruction in the Gaza Strip after the conflict in May between the Israeli military and Gaza militants. Israeli warplanes damaged roads and homes in Gaza and the World Bank, United Nations and European Union estimate that Gaza needs $485 million to rebuild over the next couple years. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem The Dow's climb more than 100 points since the Open. You're listening to NPR news. The Vatican says Pope Francis will remain in the hospital a few more days following intestinal surgery last week. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports the 84 year old pontiff is now receiving rehabilitation therapy. Today's bulletin from the Holy See, said Francis had spent a tranquil Sunday and completed his post surgery treatment. The Vatican had originally said the pope could be released from the hospital at the end of last week. He had half his colon removed on July 4th due to what doctor said was a severe narrowing of the intestine. At noon Sunday, the pontiff appeared for the first time in public to deliver his weekly blessing from the balcony of his 10th floor suite in Rome's Gemelli hospital. While his voice was a little raspy, he appeared in good overall, can do In today's update also said the pope joined in celebrating Argentina's soccer victory in the Latin American Championship. Copa America and Italy winning you EFA the European Soccer Cup. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome Former NFL player Jake Beckett says he's making a run for US Senate seat in Arkansas Rocket launched his campaign today to challenge Senator John Boozman in next year's Republican primary. Army veteran played for the Arkansas Razorbacks. He touted his background in an online video today. Senator Bozeman has the backing of former President Donald Trump. In April, he reported, drawing more than a million dollars toward his re election bid. The Dow Jones industrial average up more than 100 points to 9 34,072. The NASDAQ is up 17 points and the S and P has risen. 11 points. I'm.

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"$485 million" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"$485 million" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Let's talk about future attack, and it doesn't matter what you're using Facebook. Google Amazon, the list goes on. Is that they all have these algorithms that influence what you see on their site when you actually go there, and they never really, truly explain Like how the algorithms work. Well, you know, Facebook tweaks its news feed outgrow them all the time, which That's why you see certain things sometimes and certain things that other times and not well. The new study publishes past week by a nonprofit research group called Ranking Digital Rights. You say? You know what we need more transparency behind these algorithms. And what if you could actually choose in the future? Which algorithm that you'd like them to follow for you? There's no snow one size fits all Well. Consumer reports presented that question. They're not the first tweet Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Suggested that one day we'll be able to pick from a menu off algorithms. So if you want food videos, their political videos if you change your mind just some few adjustments, regardless of choice. Be up to you. And not to. Whatever big tech companies think you're gonna like. Mm. So long to conspiracy theories. And moving right along. Let's talk about apple smart clothing. And Google has its own smart clothing line uses sensors and yards and buttons connects close to your smartphone, and they worked with Levi's to make these denim jackets that you just tap on your sleeve. And then all of a sudden the music goes up and down to get to the next song. And there's also Adidas shoes and a Samsonite backpack which lets you control your gadgets through your clothes. Well, apples playing catch up. I know what a shocker And they are working on some smart fabric buttons that are so straight into your clothes, but not really buttons as much as their sensors and they say they have unlimited potential in the future. They could analyze your health. Just a Patton Apples. Um, smart fabric is gonna hit the market anytime soon. But it is interesting to think that someday we would have smart fabric that would be analyzing our breath or body temperature are glucose level, all kinds of great things like that. Maybe even a smart wardrobe. Speaking of your wardrobe, Let's talk about some glasses. You know, one of the things that's always frightening to me When I'm writing my bike, no matter which side of the road that you ride on. It was like who's behind me. And are they coming up too fast or too slow? What if I put my bike just a little bit off of the bike lane? Am I gonna get wiped out and I'm just talking about when I'm on my paella time. Well, according to Kickstarter, the new project, there's an Olympic athlete and a physicist, they teamed up To create a pair of glasses that helped bicyclists see exactly what's behind them. So this way you don't have to, like. Do what I call the Exorcist yon Where you like You'd take your head and you flip it all around her. Look behind you. The whole idea is that you have glasses truly in the back of your heads called head Insight glasses designed to keep you space safe, almost like a rear view mirror, But it's going to be on your head. They raised over $140,000 over on Kickstarter and Now, Unlike a lot of Kickstarter projects, this one has actually come to fruition. It's a real product you can buy online. It's two part angled lenses has semi transparent mirrors. It's not cheap is going to set you back, say $280. Wow. But if you could save your life, that's really something. And this next story I saw over at CNN, and it looked like one of those side fi things in the picture like you see this red beam coming down onto the planet Earth. What is going on with that? Does it aliens? No. It's a prototype Pentagon scientists say they have shot up a solar panel the size of a pizza box. And what they're going to be using. This is to generate some energy that they would actually being back from outer space to planet Earth. They say it's going to revolutionize the way that Earth gets its energy. So imagine we could have all these solar panels all throughout the planet, beaming energy back to Earth instead of us having these nuclear power plants or so of solar panels on the ground. Has really been tested yet, but they do show that a certain panel can transmit about 10 Watts of energy. Okay, 10 Watts of energy. It's not a lot, but it is enough to charge up a tablet. So we need a lot more power with that, Um, The bottom line is that you know anything's possible when you start putting everything up in the sky, and as we think about everything that's happening In the world right now, as far as going to Mars and Moon and the I s s Really This space race is getting really amazing. And finally Have you seen the picture of the brain? New U S. Postal Service mail truck of the future, Okay? They have $485 million contract out there, and we're gonna start seeing these new delivery trucks and 2023. But when you start looking at the pictures of the truck, you're like Wow, It looks kinda weird. We were all used to these little gas powered trucks that buzz up and down our streets right? And they haven't been updated for many, many years. So the USPS they really do need don't need new vehicles and hopefully they're going to be a whole bunch of TV's along the way too. When you start analyzing the picture of the U. S Postal Service truck. Doesn't like something l A Flintstones, I admit, but has this huge front window. The future Huge front window is there so that they can see pedestrians more easily in cars and Pets and whatever else may be on the road, and there's gonna be some GPS sensors and probably a dash cam built in on the inside, but it is nice to see that the Postal Service is getting involved. As far as new technologies and it it reminds me of a joke. Now I'm a blonde in case you're wondering so blondes, Comptel blonde jokes. If you're not a blonde, you really shouldn't tell a blonde joke, especially if you're male. Because then you're considered well, you know, one of those male shelving his pigs, right? So being a blonde, I can tell you blonde joke. Are you ready? Yes. Blonde was at the post office and started shouting into the envelope. The Postal Service worker behind the counter, said, Ma'am, Ma'am, what are you doing? And the blonde said. Sending a voicemail. Uh, okay. Like you could never sell it. You can't tell anybody that joke because you have no hair, So that's not gonna.

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"$485 million" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"$485 million" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Matter what you're using Facebook. Google Amazon the list goes on is that they all have these algorithms that influence what you see on their site when you actually go there. They never really, truly explain Like how the algorithms work. Well, you know, Facebook tweaks its news feed outgrow them all the time, which That's why you see certain things sometimes and certain things that other times and not well. The new study publishes past week by a nonprofit research group called Ranking Digital Rights. You say? You know what we need more transparency behind these algorithms. And what if you could actually choose in the future? Which algorithm that you'd like them to follow for you? There's just no one size fits all. Well. Consumer reports presented that question. They're not the first tweet Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Suggested that one day we'll be able to pick from a menu of hog algorithms. So if you want food videos or political videos, if you change your mind just some few adjustments, regardless of choice be up to you. And not to. Whatever big tech companies think you're gonna like. Mm. So long to conspiracy theories and moving right along. Let's talk about apple smart clothing. And Google has its own smart clothing line. In use. The sensors and yards and buns connects close to your smartphone, and they worked with Levi's to make these denim jackets that you just tap on your sleeve. And then all the sudden the music goes up and down to get to the next song. And there's also Adidas shoes and a Samsonite backpack which lets you control your gadgets through your clothes. Well, apples playing catch up. I know what a shocker And they are working on some smart fabric buttons that are so straight into your clothes. They're not really buttons as much as their sensors and they say they have unlimited potential in the future. They could analyze your health system. Patton Apples. Smart fabric isn't gonna hit the market anytime soon. But it is interesting to think that someday we would have smart fabric that would be analyzing our breath or body temperature are glucose level, all kinds of great things like that. Maybe even a smart wardrobe And speaking of your wardrobe, Let's talk about some glasses. You know, one of the things that's always frightening to me when I'm writing my bike. No matter which side of the road that you ride on. I was like, who's behind me. And are they coming up too fast or too slow? What if I put my bike just a little bit off of the bike lane? Am I gonna get wiped out and I'm just talking about when I'm on my paella time. Well, according to Kickstarter, the new project, there's an Olympic athlete and a physicist. They teamed up to create a pair of glasses that helped bicycle see exactly what's behind them. So this way you don't have to, like. Do what I call the Exorcist yon where you like, Do you take your head and you flip it all around her? Look behind you. The whole idea is that you have glasses truly in the back of your heads called hen site glasses designed to keep you space safe, almost like a rear view mirror. But it's going to be on your head. They raised over $140,000 over on Kickstarter. And now, unlike a lot of Kickstarter projects, this one has actually come to fruition. It's a real product you can buy online. It's to part angled lenses as semi transparent mirrors. It's not cheap is going to set you back, say, $280. Wow. But if it could save your life, that's really something. And this next story I saw over at CNN, and it looked like one of those SciFi things in the picture. Like you see this red beam coming down onto the planet Earth and what is going on with that? Does it aliens? No, it's a prototype. Pentagon scientists say they have shot up a solar panel the size of a pizza box and what they're gonna be using this is to generate some energy. That they would actually being back from outer space to Planet Earth. And they say it's going to revolutionize the way that Earth gets his energy. So imagine we could have all these solar panels all throughout the planet, beaming energy back to Earth instead of us having these nuclear power plants or so of solar panels on the ground. That's really been tested yet, but they do show that a certain panel can transmit about 10 Watts of energy. Okay, 10 Watts of energy. It's not a lot, but it is enough to charge up a tablet. So we need a lot more power with that, Um, The bottom line is that you know anything's possible when you start putting everything up in the sky, and as we think about everything that's happening In the world right now, as far as going to Mars and Moon, and when the I s s Really This space race is getting really amazing. And finally, have you seen the picture of the brain New U S Postal Service mail truck of the future, Okay, They have a $485 million contract out there. We're gonna start seeing these new delivery trucks in 2023. But when you start looking at the pictures of the truck, you're like Wow. It looks kind of weird that we were all used to these little gas powered trucks that buzz up and down our streets right? And they haven't been updated for many, many years. So the USPS they really do need don't need new vehicles and hopefully they're going to be a whole bunch of TV's along the way too. When you started analyzing the picture of the U. S Postal Service truck. It does look like something else. The Flintstones, I admit, but has this huge front window. The future Huge front window is there so that they can see pedestrians more easily and cars and Um, pets and whatever else may be on the road, and there's always gonna be some GPS sensors and probably a dash cam built in on the inside, but it is nice to see that they Postal Service is getting involved as far as new technologies. And it reminds me of a joke. Now I'm a blonde in case you're wondering. So blonde's comptel blonde jokes. If you're not a blonde, you really shouldn't tell a blonde joke, especially if you're male. Because then you're considered well, you know, one of those male shelf in his pigs, right? So being a blonde, I can tell you blonde joke. Are you ready? Yes. Blonde was at the post office and started shouting into the envelope. The Postal Service worker behind the counter, said, Ma'am, ma'am, what do you doing? And the blonde said, sending a voicemail. Huh? Like you could never sell. You can't tell you buy that joke because you have no hair. So that's not gonna work Bomber That's not gonna work. Does.

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"$485 million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"$485 million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sunny with a high around 89 degrees today. Tonight clear with a low near 55 Tomorrow senate with a high around 85. Then we're gonna cool down even more. And we're looking about 81 degrees as ah. High on Sunday Currently 61 in Sacramento. All right time now for news from the neighborhood, Mr Albert Parnell. What's in the headlines this morning? Yes, that's coming out of the Madeira Tribune from a Derek Community College is breaking ground on a new academic building. The argument academic village, too. Is the building that it will be the newest building in the college. The building was funded by measure. See the $485 Million Bond that passed back in 2016. Okay. Thank you, sir. Appreciate that. Anything you wanna add right now, Or do you want to just let that go? No. You know, I don't know if I could just let it go. Okay, Sometimes we talk off air. We can't share what we talked about. It's one of the beauties of being in the studio. It's just the whole retweeting and the whole Twitter sphere. Sometimes it's centered. People are entertaining. I will say that upside down. Yeah, There's some great research out there about music and playing instruments and what it can do. To our brains, and it's significant now we've heard before. It's good for spatial reasoning. It's good for mathematics skills to be able to learn an instrument early in life, but the difference between playing and listening. It's profound. Yeah. So we've got that new research for you. Sacramento's number one for breaking news. This just in to news 93 local news, California health officials are epic traffic on the tens every time whether at least sunny and warm. The one you can.

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"$485 million" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"$485 million" Discussed on KOMO

"Attention. Remember game stop. Video game store that wasn't really the most financially secure company in the country was one of the biggest winners on Wall Street this week. This'll is a story that involves things that people not really into the stock market might gloss over hedge funds Day traders, shorting options, college students driving up a stock price and the big hedge funds losing their minds over it. It all happened, But wait a minute. What exactly happened? ABC news producer Mike Dubowski has the story. Sherry, I wanna be clear about something right up front. I don't know anything about the stock market. So when I heard people on TV, saying things like this to the accepted you're selling 40 more shares of that company that don't exist. And all of a sudden other folks are like, Hey, wait a minute. This is going to get squeezed and they buy it. I knew it was time to call up. Caleb Silver editor in chief of Invested PD. A. This is a watershed moment in investing in trading. And it's fascinating to watch because so many people are learning about it For the first time, Caleb explain that this all began a few days ago when shares of Gamestop of video game retailer that mostly operates in malls suddenly started shooting up in value. He says. If you've been paying attention to game stops business lately, that's pretty weird. If you've been watching the economy over the last year, we haven't been going into shopping malls and buying video games in shopping malls. In fact, the business of buying video games in retail stores is basically over In 2018. It reported an annual net loss of $485 million. So the company has been on the rocks for a while, and Wall Street has been taking notice. Specifically hedge funds Wall Street or financial institutions that have been betting against the price of the stock thinking that the company's prospects aren't that good. This is what's known as shorting the stock. Basically, these hedge funds borrow a bunch of shares in a company when the value of those shares is high, and then they sell those shares at that high price. Banking on the idea that they'll eventually lose value. This is what happened to Gamestop. Wall Street. Investors expected the value of the company stock to continue on its downward trajectory, so they sold high with the expectation that they could buy low in the future and pocket the difference. But before that could happen. Read it got involved. Read..

Caleb Silver Sherry editor in chief Gamestop Mike Dubowski ABC producer
"$485 million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"$485 million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"About the stock market. So when I heard people on TV, saying things like this, to the extent that you're selling 40 more shares of that company that don't exist and all of a sudden other folks who like Hey, wait a minute. This is going to get squeezed and they buy it. I knew it was time to call up. Caleb Silver editor in chief of Invested PD. A. This is a watershed moment in investing in trading. And it's fascinating to watch because so many people are learning about it for the first time, Caleb explain that this all began a few days ago when shares of Gamestop of video game retailer that mostly operates in malls suddenly started shooting up in value. And he says, if you've been paying attention to game stops business lately, that's pretty weird. You've been watching the economy over the last year. We haven't been going into shopping malls and buying video games in shopping malls. In fact, the business of buying video games in retail stores is basically over In 2018. It reported an annual net loss of $485 million. So the company has been on the rocks for a while, and Wall Street has been taking notice specifically hedge funds Wall Street or financial institutions that have been betting against the price of the stock. Thinking that the company's prospects aren't that good. This is what's known as shorting the stock. Basically, these hedge funds borrow a bunch of shares in a company when the value of those shares is high, and then they sell those shares at that high price banking on the idea that they'll eventually lose value. This is what happened to Gamestop. Wall Street investors expected the value of the company stock to continue on its downward trajectory. So they sold high with the expectation that they could buy low in the future and pocket the difference. But before that could happen. Read it got involved read..

Caleb Silver editor in chief Gamestop
"$485 million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"$485 million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Redirected our attention. Remember game stop. Video game store that wasn't really the most financially secure company in the country was one of the biggest winners on Wall Street this week. This is a story that involves things that people not really into the stock market might gloss over hedge funds Day traders, shorting options, college students driving up a stock price and the big hedge funds losing their minds over it. It all happened. Wait a minute. What exactly happened? ABC news producer Mike to Bus Key Has the story. Sherry, I wanna be clear about something right up front. I don't know anything about the stock market. So when I heard people on TV, saying things like this to the accepted you're selling 40 more shares of that company that don't exist. And all of a sudden other folks are like, Hey, wait a minute. This is going to get squeezed and they buy it. I knew it was time to call up. Caleb Silver editor in chief of Invested PD. A. This is a watershed moment in investing in trading. And it's fascinating to watch because so many people are learning about it For the first time, Caleb explain that this all began a few days ago when shares of Gamestop of video game retailer that mostly operates in malls suddenly started shooting up in value. He says. If you've been paying attention to game stops business lately, that's pretty weird. You've been watching the economy over the last year, we haven't been going into shopping malls and buying video games in shopping malls. In fact, the business of buying video games in retail stores is basically over In 2018. It reported an annual net loss of $485 million. So the company has been on the rocks for a while, and Wall Street has been taking notice. Specifically hedge funds Wall Street or financial institutions that have been betting against the price of the stock thinking that the company's prospects aren't that good. This is what's known as shorting the stock. Basically, these hedge funds borrow a bunch of shares in a company when the value of those shares is high, and then they sell those shares at that high price. Banking on the idea that they will eventually lose value. This is what happened to Gamestop. Wall Street Investors expected the value of the company stock to continue on its downward trajectory. So they sold high with the expectation that they could buy low in the future and pocket the difference. But before that could happen, read it got involved.

Caleb Silver Gamestop Sherry editor in chief ABC Mike producer
"$485 million" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"$485 million" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Something right up front. I don't know anything about the stock market. So when I heard people on TV, saying things like this to the accepted, you're selling 40 more shares of that company that don't exist, and all of a sudden other folks are like, Hey, wait a minute. This is going to get squeezed and they buy it. I knew it was time to call up. Caleb Silver editor in chief of Invested PD. A. This is a watershed moment in investing in trading. And it's fascinating to watch because so many people are learning about it For the first time, Caleb explain that this all began a few days ago when shares of Gamestop of video game Retailer that mostly operates in malls suddenly started shooting up in value. And, he says, if you've been paying attention to game stops business lately, that's pretty weird. If you've been watching the economy over the last year, we haven't been going into shopping malls and buying video games in shopping malls. In fact, the business of buying video games in retail stores is basically over In 2018. It reported an annual net loss of $485 million. So the company has been on the rocks for a while, and Wall Street has been taking notice. Specifically hedge funds Wall Street or financial institutions that have been betting against the price of the stock thinking that the company's prospects aren't that good. This is what's known as shorting the stock. Basically, these hedge funds borrow a bunch of shares in a company when the value of those shares is high, and then they sell those shares at that high price banking on the idea that they'll eventually lose value. This is what happened to Gamestop. Wall Street Investors Expo. Acted the value of the company stock to continue on its downward trajectory. So they sold high with the expectation that they could buy low in the future and pocket the difference. But before that could happen. Read it got involved ready? It is the website often associated with means and jokes on the Internet. Regus Lee had a big moment there like 10 years ago, but there's actually a lot more to it than just jokes. Users or predators, as they're known, can join some bread. It's focused on different areas of interest, and that can include everything from politics to bird watching toe comedy videos that teach you about history. Hello, Yes, it's the 19 twenties calling, Let's get.

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"$485 million" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"$485 million" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Up front. I don't know anything about the stock market. So when I heard people on TV, saying things like this to the accepted, you're selling 40 more shares of that company that don't exist and all of a sudden other folks who like Hey, wait a minute. This is going to get squeezed and they buy it. I knew it was time to call up. Caleb Silver editor in chief of Invested PD. A. This is a watershed moment in investing in trading. And it's fascinating to watch because so many people are learning about it For the first time, Caleb explain that this all began a few days ago when shares of Gamestop of video Name retailer that mostly operates in malls suddenly started shooting up in value. And, he says, if you've been paying attention to game stops business lately, that's pretty weird. You've been watching the economy over the last year, we haven't been going into shopping malls and buying video games in shopping malls. In fact, the business of buying video games in retail stores his basically over in 2018, it reported an annual net loss of $485 million. So the company's been on the rocks for a while, and Wall Street has been taking notice. Specifically hedge funds, Wall Street or financial institutions that have been betting against the price of the stock thinking that the company's prospects aren't that good. This is what's known as shorting the stock. Basically, these hedge funds borrow a bunch of shares in a company when the value of those shares is high, and then they sell those shares at that high price banking on the idea that they'll eventually lose value. This is what happened to Gamestop. Wall Street Investors expected the value of the company stock to continue on its downward trajectory, so they saw High with the expectation that they could buy low in the future and pocket the difference. But before that could happen. Read it got involved.

Caleb Silver editor in chief High Gamestop
"$485 million" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"$485 million" Discussed on KOMO

"Right up front. I don't know anything about the stock market. So when I heard people on TV, saying things like this to the accepted, you're selling 40 more shares of that company that don't exist. And all of a sudden other folks are like, Hey, wait a minute. This is going to get squeezed and they buy it. I knew it was time to call up. Caleb Silver editor in chief of Invested PD. A. This is a watershed moment in investing in trading. And it's fascinating to watch because so many people are learning about it for the first time, Caleb explain that this all began a few days ago when shares of Gamestop of video game retailer that mostly operates in malls suddenly started shooting up in value. And, he says, if you've been paying attention to game stops business lately, that's pretty weird. If you've been watching the economy over the last year, we haven't been going into shopping malls and buying video games in shopping malls. In fact, The business of buying video games in retail stores is basically over In 2018. It reported an annual net loss of $485 million. So the company has been on the rocks for a while, and Wall Street has been taking notice specifically hedge funds Wall Street or financial institutions that have been betting against the price of the stock. Thinking that the company's prospects aren't that good. This is what's known as shorting the stock. Basically, these hedge funds borrow a bunch of shares in a company when the value of those shares is high, and then they sell those shares at that high price banking on the idea that they'll eventually lose value. This is what happened to Gamestop. Wall Street investors expected the value of the company stock to continue on its downward trajectory. So they sold high with the expectation that they could buy low in the future and pocket the difference. But before that could happen. Reddit got involved..

Caleb Silver editor in chief Gamestop Reddit
"$485 million" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"$485 million" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Barbershop thrived, offering shaves and trims to a procession of bankers, stock exchange traders, lawyers and office workers. Barber's name was Frederick Trump. The same year that he opened the shop. His wife gave birth to a boy named Fred. Many years passed and the barber shop closed and the old 60 Wall Street gave weight in 1989. You a new A new 60 Wall Street, a 47 story tower topped with a distinctive pyramid roof. For a time it was home to J. P. Morgan and company. Then the bank left and in 2005 Deutscher banks started relocating its American staff displaced ever since 9 11. It was new home at 60, Wall Street. And so Frederick Trump's grandson, born to Fred's wife in 1946, became an occasional visitor to the site of his grandfather's old barbershop. Deutsches relationship with Donald Trump had only deepened since Mike off it left Justice Justin Kennedy. This is the son of Justice Anthony Kennedy. Justin Kennedy, now a managing director, had become a key point contact for Trump. And help chaperone large real estate deals for him through the bank. Kennedy's role was to find customers to buy portions of loans after Doi should dispense the money Ah, process that allowed Deutsche Bank to make a larger loans than it otherwise could have. Kennedy sometimes sat with Trump in his luxury box at the U. S Open tennis tournament or at Manhattan nightclubs where Trump would park himself at a table in the corner facing outward holding court like a Mafia Don Now, with Kennedy's encouragement, Deutscher hurried along a Henry Velarde like path. In 2000 the bank and plunks down another 150 million to be used for the renovations of Trump's building at 40 Wall Street. The next year, Deutsche agreed to extend Trump a mortgage worth more than $900 million. At the time, the largest ever on a con a single property so he could buy the General Motors building on the southeastern corner of New York Central Park. Trump already owned half of the 50 story building. He wanted the rest. In 2002. Deutsch agreed to refinance about 70 million that he owed on some of his Atlantic City casinos. Those loans came out of Deutsches Commercial Real estate division, which Kennedy was helping to run. Not everyone who is enamored with Trump. Seth Wall give you a U. G. H one of Edison's many Merrill Lynch recruits and the head of Deutsche is American operations learned around 2001 of the bank was planning to lend Trump about $500 million to use as he wished basically an unrestricted cash infusion. Stabilized, the developers fly flagging. Finances. Why had previously witnessed up close the carnage that Trump could inflict on imprudent financial institutions. Admiral Edison had assigned him the task of mopping up after Trump defaulted on nearly $700 million of bonds that Merrill had helped sell for his Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City. Wall was in no hurry to repeat the experience that Gorsha voice strong objections to the proposed new loan to Trump in which Trump would not have had to put up any hard assets as collateral, and the deal soon died. Yet Joyce is broader Trump relationship rumbled on. In 2003, another arm of Deutsche, if focused on helping companies raise money by selling stocks and bonds to investors agreed to work with Trump. The point man on this part of the relationship was Richard Burn. Another Merrill veteran who had been involved in the Taj Mahal debacle Burn had helped sell the ill fated Taj bonds to investors. Now Trump hired Burns Group of Deutsche to issue bonds for his trouble. Trump Hotel and Casino Resorts Burn knew this would be an uphill battle. Not only a Trump defaulted in the past, but he also had recently been taunting and investors that he might stop paying back. Another out stand other outstanding bonds. Why didn't want didn't warn burn about the recently rejected $500 million loan and some burn, organized a road show for Trump to meet with and try to win over big institutional investors. He escorted Trump to meetings all over New York and Boston. Every stop. Boardrooms and auditoriums were jammed with traders, fund managers, senior executives and secretaries curious to see the Donald show and Trump didn't disappoint Iraqi rolled, he delivered wildly optimistic and inconsistent financial projections. Afterward, Trump called burned. Asked how much money they've raised. The answer, Alas, was virtually zero Burn braced for an explosion. As he explained to trump that, though he'd been treated like a celebrity. Nobody trusted him with their money. Some took the rejection in stride. Let me talk to your sales people he requested. Earn, agreed and Trump came to deliver a pep talk. Fellas. I know this isn't the easiest thing you've all had to sell, he acknowledged. But if you get this done, you'll all be my guests at Mar a Lago. Trump was always good at pushing in audiences buttons a weekend with trumpet mar, a lago bragging rights that not even money could buy. And this new incentive did the trick. The salesmen worked. The phones cast a wider net for more clients and managed to sell an impressive $485 million of junk bonds, albeit a high interest rate. The reflected investors fears.

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