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"1.3 billion" Discussed on WSB-AM

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01:46 min | Last month

"1.3 billion" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The West Freeway in less than three minutes, It's 7 10. WSB temperatures. 72. After hours of public comment, the Atlanta City Council approves the new police and fire training facility on the old Atlanta prison farm in the cab. City Councilman, A mayoral candidate Antonio Brown, criticizes the process as rushed process like this deserves the time for us to get it right. It passes 10 to 4. Environmental Impact Studies come next. No word yet on wind grounds broken on the $90 million facility. Braves outfielder Marcell Ozuna is set to appear today in court after his arrest for domestic battery in May. Officers in Sandy Springs witnesses Ona choking his wife and throwing her up against a wall. Charges have been downgraded to misdemeanors. Ozuna could interrupt plea this morning, his attorney says. The couples divorcing Major League Baseball is also investigating. Georgia airports may require hundreds of millions of dollars in extra funding from the state. A steady committee of State House and Senate members and those in the aviation community looking at infrastructure needs were told. $343 million is Needed annually to maintain the state's 103 publicly owned airports. Carol Comer, director of the Georgia Doughty's Inter Modal Division, says 1.3 billion is needed. In the short term. We continue to carry forward a recommendation for a new general aviation Airport in the Dawson Forsyth County area. Right now, the state only contributes 17 year. In addition to 52 million from the Feds, Sandra Parish 95.5 double USB Why he wielded a mean bottle of Windex and my big fat Greek wedding. Put some Windex sleep. Please Hula this work. Michael Constantine played Gus in the 2002 Romcom. And in the sequel, The veteran actor won an Emmy is the principal in room 2 22 on ABC. He's died of natural causes at 94. WSB news time 7 12 of the Pacer heats up. Hamilton continues.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on WSB-AM

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03:19 min | Last month

"1.3 billion" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Psaki was intentionally vague. Some of that will be related to access to testing. Some will be related to mandates sake, says vaccine mandates on federal employees and Mr Biden's encouragement, the private employers follow suit. Have led to an uptick in vaccinations. Stephen Portnoy CBS News The White House, Republican congresswoman, Marjorie Taylor Green of Georgia, fined for refusing to wear her mask on the U. S house floor $2500 this time. This is not her first time violating the rule of us the higher find. She did not. File an appeal to fight the penalty Spectators back at this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City last year. TV Only as you know, because of the pandemic parade, health protocols for Spectators will be announced closer to the event date. Staff and volunteers will have to show they've been back to me uninterrupted nucleus, weather and airborne traffic for your drive home. This is the six PM nonstop news feed on WSB. Georgia airports could require hundreds of millions of dollars more in funding each year from the state and the study presented lawmakers looking at aviation infrastructure and improvement. A steady committee of State House and Senate members and those in the aviation community looking at infrastructure needs were told $343 million is needed annually to maintain the state's 103. Publicly owned airports. Carol Comer, director of the Georgia Doughty's Intermodal Division, says 1.3 billion is needed. In the short term. We continue to carry forward a recommendation for a new general Aviation Airport in the Dawson Forsyth County area. Right now, the state only contributes 17 year. In addition to 52 million from the Feds, Sandra Parish 95.5 double USB What's now Tropical Storm Mendy is about 90 miles southwest of Apolo Chapel. Apalachicola, even Florida and is moving in a northeasterly direction. Top wins 40 Miles an hour. The storm just making official tropical storm strength Today warnings in effect for the Florida Panhandle from Mexico Beach onward. This is the 13th named Storm of the year. Former president. Trump is not scheduled to take part in any September 11 20th anniversary events on Saturday, but he will be at a boxing Max, the former president, his son Don Jr will provide televise commentary. We're told on a fight involving a vander Holyfield. It's a pay per view. At the hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida the WSB market watch brought to you by Financial Symphony. The Dow Down 69 points today to 35,000 and 31, the NASDAQ Down 88 points to 15 to 87. WSB news time is 666. PM nonstop news Feed continues with weather and TRAFFIC. First Atlanta Radio is only five day forecast brought to you by shoe made the official air Conditioning of summer. Here is Channel two action News meteorologist Brad Mitts. Stay Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms through the rest of this evening. That diminishes overnight. Tonight and Thursday morning. We'll start with some clause in a stray shower possible but your rain chances 20%. Clearing, becoming mostly sending the afternoon tomorrow with a high of 83. Then for Friday, we'll start a little cooler, low 62 in town from upper fifties in the suburbs, Sonny Low humidity and high of 84. Tomorrow on Saturday, mostly sunny, still dry, low 62 high 85 Now by five day forecast for Sunday and Monday, Sunday stays mostly sunny, low 64 high 87 mostly sending again Monday. Getting a little hotter will start at 65 topping out at 89 80 degrees on Peachtree Street. It has 67 triple team traffic.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on KGO 810

"And be NY Mellon and Goldman Sachs. They've announced that they're starting digital custody units later this year so clearly and relatively quietly. Wall Street is getting engaged. And by the way, just to illustrate how new this entire conversation is and how we haven't always figured out everything involving it. Well, you know, Tesla, Elon Musk bought a lot of Bitcoin through Tesla. That's created a big tax problem for Tesla. Tesla had $1.3 billion worth of Bitcoin as of March, 31. Now. Digital assets are not currency says the Federal Reserve. And the I. R s They are indefinite lived intangible assets. That's a tax term. In other words of a company buys Bitcoin. And the value falls below what the company paid for them. The company has to take an impairment charge. If later the price rises. The gain is not reportable until the company sells the asset. Well, we know that in the last couple of months, Bitcoin fell 50%. The value was 1.3 billion back in March. Today, the value is about half that Tesla is going to have to take an impairment charge in the second quarter, maybe as much as $100 million. Did they anticipate that? Did anybody on Wall Street? Anticipate this? What else haven't we anticipated? It's just an illustration of how new All this is, and we're experiencing all this for the first time. I'm Ric Edelman every week. I'd like to bring you the latest innovations from the field of exponential technologies. Researchers say A new blood test called Gallery can detect more than 50 types of cancers. That often go undetected until it's almost too late right now, According to the National Cancer Institute, there.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

02:54 min | 3 months ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"That had dot com in the name or crispy cream. Must be good. Um, 21 years ago, Uh And then, with the JB holding, uh, the investment arm of the Raymond family took Christmas cream private after buying it from for about 1.35 billion. So, Um, JB owns a number of these other restaurant businesses, including Panera Bread and Caribou. Coffee, So pretty good at return. If you look you're going to buy the brand for 1.3 billion And you're going to go public with evaluation of 2.7 billion It's been, I guess. In some ways, they say, a transformation that this company has done in the last five years has been pretty incredible. Certainly worked on their brand worked on their I guess their culture and other things that they need to be working on in fiscal 2020 crispy creams revenue rose 17% to 1.12 billion. They sell a lot of these lot of doughnuts. Lot of doughnuts reported in that loss, however, of 61 million It has reported net losses for its last three fiscal years as it invests back into the business like spending 10.3 million, they say, to reopen 24 hour flagship location in New York's Times Square, buying back many of its franchise locations. Now about 85% of its locations are company owned. Uh, that's a lot of doughnuts. Lot of doughnuts, very valuable business, I guess, And it did have a good brand. You have a good brand. I'll acknowledge that had a good brand crispy cream and Kelly Cream with the hot, okay? They had one of the West timer. Remember the lines and the first thing opened up. It was unbelievable. Yeah, I mean, the lines anyway, will relieve the idea of Krispy Kreme to another time. But 130 nations agreed to support the U. S proposal for a global minimum tax on corporations. We've been talking about this idea. They seem to have the support an agreement. Talk about what this may mean. What may be for you and your money, and it's time for a mid year tax. Check up how to stay on track will cover that. Today's show as well. Head to the website of Indian wealth. Com. You're listening to the money out. To celebrate state farm. Surprisingly great rates we gave this song, surprisingly great lyrics. State farm. Bryce has been just for you. That spot is set now. Prices brasses that surprise. You Just go ahead. Now. Keep that mother in your pockets else on right now. Save maybe one day by a rocket. Just get a court now, like a good neighbor State farm is there Pretzels. Look what chips? Look Who's the new guy? Santa? I think he's looking at me. Pretzels. You got it twisted. He's looking at me. Stop being salty chips..

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

"He believes you need to be clear, direct and straightforward in every aspect of the Engagement with Vladimir Putin executive orders from the Trump administration to ban the popular apps Tiktok and we chat are being dropped by the Biden administration. The White House will conduct its own review aimed at identifying national security risks with software applications that are tied to China. Report from the Interior Department's inspector general says last summer's decision to forcibly clear racial justice protesters from an area in front of the White House was not influenced by the President Trump's plans to stage a photo opportunity at that spot. The report says A contractor was going to install new fencing. The Texas Bar Association opened an investigation into whether Attorney General Ken Paxton's failed efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election amounted to professional misconduct. This is a P news Africa is in the back of the pack and the push to get people vaccinated in South Africa with the continent's most robust economy. Only 0.8% of the population is fully vaccinated. In Nigeria. It's 0.1%. Kenya is even lower and Uganda has recalled doses from rural areas because it doesn't have nearly enough to fight outbreaks in big cities. The continent of 1.3 billion people is facing a severe shortage of vaccine. At the same time, a new wave of infections is rising across Africa. I'm Zaria shockingly, state wildlife officials say. Colorado has its first litter of gray wolf pups since the 19 forties, a state biologist and district wildlife manager, each spot of the litter of at least three wolf pups over the weekend with their parents to adult wolves, known to live in the state. Most wolf litters have 4 to 6 pups, so there could be more Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, went on lockdown for an active shooter warning. But there were no immediate reports of injuries. Police in San Antonio say they are assisting in the situation. The U. S will buy 500 million more doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine to share through the global Kovacs Alliance. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan talked to reporters on Air Force One..

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

"Are some in Washington. Who prefer the same old tired ways of doing business. Too Tired to fight the efforts to suppress the people's vote, they fall back to tired, talking points and backwards solutions. The seat in the Senate. Demings once belongs to Republican Marco Rubio. I've always known that my opponent for the Senate was going to be a far left liberal Democrat. Today. We just found out which one of them Chuck Schumer's picked. The Senate is split. 50 Democrats 50 Republicans. The UK recorded its highest daily coronavirus cases since late February, suggesting the Delta variant is spreading widely across the country. A large proportion of the people in the UK infected are within the less vulnerable younger age groups, many of whom have not yet received a first dose of the vaccine. This is a P news Haiti has perplexed experts with low numbers of coronavirus cases and deaths. But that has changed. The few hate and hospitals treating covid cases have been so swamped in recent days that they reported turning away patients. What plans to open another hospital to treat the infected have been delayed. Official figures that remain relatively low for a nation of more than 11 million people. A total of 15,700 cases and more than 330 deaths have been reported since early last year. But experts are united in saying those figures, Mr True scale of what they say It's the largest spike in cases since the new coronavirus first landed. AM Zaria. Shockingly, Thousands of people are returning to Goma and the surrounding region in eastern Congo, hoping to find their homes still intact, weeks after a volcano erupted. But fearing the worst, the government says those who lost their homes will remain in shelters in different regions, but the rest can go back to their houses. Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. Africa is in the back of the pack and the push to get people vaccinated in South Africa. With the continent's most robust economy. Only 0.8% of the population is fully vaccinated. In Nigeria. It's 0.1%. Kenya is even lower and Uganda has recalled doses from rural areas because it doesn't have nearly enough to fight outbreaks in big cities. The continent of 1.3 billion people is facing a severe shortage. A vaccine. At the same time, a new wave of infections is rising across Africa. I'm serious. Shockley. The UK recorded its highest daily coronavirus cases since late February, suggesting the Delta variant is spreading widely across the country. This is the very in first detected in India. So far, a large proportion of the people infected in the UK are within the less vulnerable younger age groups. Many of whom have yet to receive a first dose of the vaccine. I'm Ed Donahue. Thank.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:03 min | 4 months ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

"For Memorial Day, there were Four murders. Which was the lowest in 10 years. Police Superintendent David Brown says there was a big drop in the number of murders in May for the entire year. There's been more murders in Chicago than this time last year. Has been a shooting at a Los Angeles County Fire Department station. Ah, home about 10 miles from the station is on fire, and there's a heavy police presence. It's unclear if it's connected to the shooting. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says their pullout from Afghanistan is going well as at least six people were killed in a serious of attacks that plunged the country's capital Kabul into darkness. Three explosions rattled the city, one heavily damaged an electrical grid station in north Kabul. Police in San Francisco say a female officer of Asian descent responding to a call about a man making threats to people in Chinatown, was attacked by the suspect, who was later arrested on assault and hate crime charges. Grammy nominated rapper The Baby is being questioned by Miami Beach police regarding a shooting that wounded two people. No arrests have been made. Stocks have been wobbling up and down ahead of the closing bell. This is AP News. Japan's vaccine push ahead of the Olympics next month could be a little too late. That's the realization sinking in that Japan's scrambles to catch up on a frustratingly slow vaccination drive. Now the Japan doctors Union says the Olympics risk becoming an incubator for what they call a Tokyo variant as 15,000 foreign athletes on tens of thousands off officials, sponsors and journalists. Come around 200 countries to send on on potentially mixed with a largely unvaccinated Japanese population with infections in Tokyo on other heavily populated areas currently at high levels, experts have warned this little slack in the system. I'm Charles Dillon, Desmond Hailey Moore Niego didn't hesitate when she saw a large bear facing off with their families, dogs on the top of a wall when their southern California backyard The 17 year old ran outside and shoved the bear away, then rounded up the dogs and went back inside the house. It was all caught on video. Ed Donahue. AP News The Vatican law criminalizes abuse of adults by priests and laity. Pope Francis has changed church law to explicitly criminalize the sexual abuse of adults by priests who abuse their authority. It also says Lay people who hold church office can be sanctioned for sex abuse crimes. The new provisions were contained in the revised criminal laws section of the Vatican's Code of Canon law. That's the in house legal system that covers the 1.3 billion member Catholic Church. Law recognizes that adults, too, can be victimized by priests who abuse their authority and said that lay people in church offices can be punished for abusing minors as well as adults. I'm Walter Ratliff. Thank you for listening to Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough coming first pet presidential dogs, cats and.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:05 min | 4 months ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

"The death and destruction. Thousands of survivors were in internment camps overseen by the National Guard. I'm to Maguire. AP News I'm Ed Donahue. President Biden is in Tulsa, Oklahoma, He was told by Michelle Brown verdicts about the massacre 100 years ago in Tulsa in the area known as Black Wall Street, this land where we stand now is considered sacred ground. This was once home to Black Wall Street. In this image, which is dated 1917. You can see black owned businesses lining the streets of Greenwood Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre says the president is set to announce new measures to help narrow the wealth gap between blacks and whites and reinvest in underserved communities. Frankly, he plans to discuss Shared sense of frustration and pain that justice has been denied to these families for so long in Chicago over the four day weekend Memorial Day, there were Four murders. It was the lowest in 10 years. Police Superintendent David Brown says there was a big drop in the number of murders in May for the entire year. There's been more murders in Chicago than this time last year. Has been a shooting at a Los Angeles County Fire Department station home about 10 miles from the station is on fire, and there's a heavy police presence. It's unclear if it's connected to the shooting. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says their pullout from Afghanistan is going well as it least six people were killed in a serious of attacks that plunged the country's capital Kabul into darkness. Three explosions rattled the city, one heavily damaged an electrical grid station in north Kabul. Police in San Francisco say a female officer of Asian descent responding to a call about a man making threats to people in Chinatown, was attacked by the suspect, who was later arrested on assault and hate crime charges. Grammy nominated rapper The Baby is being questioned by Miami Beach police regarding a shooting that wounded two people. No arrests have been made. Stocks have been wobbling up and down ahead of the closing bell. This is AP News. Japan's vaccine push ahead of the Olympics next month could be a little too late. That's the realization sinking in that Japan's scrambles to catch up on a frustratingly slow vaccination drive. Now the Japan doctors Union says the Olympics risk becoming an incubator for what they call a Tokyo variant as 15,000 foreign athletes. Tens of thousands off officials, sponsors and journalists from around 200 countries to send on on potentially mixed with a largely unvaccinated Japanese population with infections in Tokyo on other heavily populated areas currently at high levels, experts have warned this little slack in the system. I'm Charles Dillon, Desmond Hailey Moore Niego didn't hesitate when she saw a large bear facing off with their families, Dogs on the top of a wall and their Southern California backyard. A 17 year old ran outside and shove the bear away, then rounded up the dogs and went back inside the house. It was all caught on video. Ed Donahue. AP News The Vatican law criminalizes abuse of adults by priests and laity. Pope Francis has changed church law to explicitly criminalize the sexual abuse of adults by priests who abuse their authority. It also says Lay people who hold church office can be sanctioned for sex abuse crimes. The new provisions were contained in the revised criminal laws section of the Vatican's Code of Canon law. That's the in house legal system that covers the 1.3 billion member Catholic Church. Lot recognizes that adults, too, can be victimized by priests who abuse their authority and said that lay people in church offices can be punished for abusing minors as well as adults. I'm Walter Ratliff. Ransomware attack on the world's biggest meat processing company is disrupting production worldwide. It comes weeks after a similar incident shut down a U. S oil pipeline and left some people scrambling for gas. This time. The target was JBs of Brazil, which has extensive facilities in the U. S. We're assessing any impacts on.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:32 min | 4 months ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

"Frankly, he plans to discuss Shared sense of frustration and pain that justice has been denied to these families for so long in Chicago over the four day weekend for Memorial Day, there were Four murders. Which was the lowest in 10 years. Police Superintendent David Brown says there was a big drop in the number of murders in May for the entire year. There's been more murders in Chicago than this time last year. Has been a shooting at a Los Angeles County Fire Department station. Ah, home about 10 miles from the station is on fire, and there's a heavy police presence. It's unclear if it's connected to the shooting. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says their pullout from Afghanistan is going well as it least six people were killed in a serious of attacks that plunged the country's capital Kabul into darkness. Three explosions rattled the city, one heavily damaged an electrical grid station in north Kabul. Police in San Francisco say a female officer of Asian descent responding to a call about a man making threats to people in Chinatown, was attacked by the suspect, who was later arrested on assault and hate crime charges. Grammy nominated rapper The Baby is being questioned by Miami Beach police regarding a shooting that wounded two people. No arrests have been made. Stocks have been wobbling up and down ahead of the closing bell. This is AP News. Japan's vaccine push ahead of the Olympics next month could be a little too late. That's the realization sinking in that Japan's scrambles to catch up on a frustratingly slow vaccination drive. Now the Japan doctors Union says the Olympics risk becoming an incubator for what they call a Tokyo variant as 15,000 foreign athletes. Tens of thousands off. Officials, sponsors and journalists from around 200 countries descend on on potentially mixed with a largely unvaccinated Japanese population with infections in Tokyo on other heavily populated areas currently at high levels, experts have warned this little slack in the system. I'm Charles Dillon, Desmond Hailey Moore Niego didn't hesitate when she saw a large bear facing off with their families, dogs on the top of a wall when their southern California backyard A 17 year old ran outside and shove the bear away, then rounded up the dogs and went back inside the house. It was all caught on video. Ed Donahue. AP News The Vatican law criminalizes abuse of adults by priests and laity. Pope Francis has changed church law to explicitly criminalize the sexual abuse of adults by priests who abuse their authority. It also says Lay people who hold church office can be sanctioned for sex abuse crimes. The new provisions were contained in the revised criminal laws section of the Vatican's Code of Canon law. That's the in house legal system that covers the 1.3 billion member Catholic Church. Lot recognizes that adults, too, can be victimized by priests who abuse their authority and said that lay people in church offices can be punished for abusing minors as well as adults. I'm Walter Ratliff. Ransomware attack on the world's biggest meat processing company is disrupting production worldwide. It comes weeks after a similar incident shut down a U. S oil pipeline and left some people scrambling for gas. This time. The target was JBs of Brazil, which has extensive facilities in the U. S. We're assessing any impacts on supply and the president has directed Administration to determine what we can do to mitigate any impact. White House spokeswoman Corinne Jon Pierre says the Biden.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"People. Some blue states like Oregon and Washington are still holding on to certain long time. Coronavirus restrictions officials in Oregon or split, some insisting life will soon feel like how it did in 2019. But first more people need to get vaccinated. Others say the restrictions of lasted far too long already, and people are tired of all the Copa 19 mandates Magna reporting Global health summit that underlying the growing disparity between rich and poor countries during the With pledges by pharmaceutical companies to deliver more than 1.3 billion doses of vaccines to low and middle income countries this year. Italian premier Mario Draghi, host to the room summit that brought together the group of 20 and the European Union's executive arm, call the contributions by private companies significant and staggering. Bloody night in downtown Minneapolis. Police say an argument started between two people turned into a deadly night. Two people killed, shot dead, eight others wounded. President Biden is hopeful that this week's cease fire between Israel and Hamas can lead We war sustained peace in the region after Israel and Hamas agreed to a truce following their 11 Day war. The president vowed to continue his administration's diplomacy, He said the goal is safety and security for both the Israelis and Palestinians. I believe we have a genuine opportunity. Make progress, and I'm committed to working for it. Throughout the recent hostilities, Mr Biden back Israel's right to defend itself, a position that angered many Democrats in Congress. Red Clugston, Washington or news and analysis. At town Hall..

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"So much for that, Matthew. We've got real and Evans presenting all roads leading to Rome, and we're having a very interesting look at her. A Roman take on the good society, Milkshake and tacos video. Really? There is an ancient Rome connection to that story. Can't see it. We ended. Evans will point that out to you in just a moment after these headlines with Jones Hancock Thanks James, Virginia Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews says Australian stranded in India need to understand the enormity of the Corona virus crisis there. The federal government has temporarily suspended flights between Australia and India. Miss Andrews says the government is doing all it can to help stranded Australians to get home. Promise to Scott Morrison has paid tribute to the 35 people who were killed and those impacted by the unspeakable horror off the Port Arthur, Mexico 25 years ago. On April 28 1996 Martin Bryant arrived the historic convicts settlement and began shooting with a semi automatic rifle. And the Victorian opposition is promising major tax cuts for small businesses If it wins next year's state election. It's unveiled a plan to increase the payroll tax threshold from $700,000 to 1.6 million. At a cost of $1.3 billion over four years. Mostly sunny and 18 in Melbourne, currently 13 degrees, I'll have more news at 10. ABC radio Milburn traffic. Running again, Brad here for the Republic Transport, no change to the west and freeway, Milburn bound still close between Bacchus Marsh and melt and write it hoped in park after a truck caught fire.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:33 min | 8 months ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"In the region continues to live on access to the corporate vaccines, the need for global solidarity to ensure universal access to the vaccine cannot be overemphasized. Africa was able to fare better in the face of the pandemic due to what Dr McKenna Stone calls a clarity of action. African countries implemented severe lockdowns early on, and government response was guided by public health and science based messaging Doctor Nakane Dasan applauds these collaborative efforts, but maintains that political commitment to public health must continue. Currently on Lee 15% of the African annual budget is spent on health. Although countries like the United States may have a higher number of cases, Coulibaly and Dr New Kanga Stone emphasized the importance of global equity and vaccine distribution. Currently, Africa does not have its own vaccines and the continent has to rely on external support. Dr. Nick Angus Song argues that there needs to be greater autonomy and regards to vaccine development and diagnostics for Africa to have a more competent health system, the most recent data for vaccine distribution worldwide. Shows that 31% of vaccines were distributed to the United States, 13% to the European Union and less than 0.2% to Africa. This is not the first time that vaccine hoarding by rich countries has left Africa behind. Dr Nick and Istan compares the covert 19 vaccine distribution. The AIDS pandemic in the eighties and the an equitable distribution of drugs between the Western world and Africa. When his drugs were available. We saw that rates decreasing drastically in in in the West. But in Africa, it would take us 10 years between 1996 and 2006. Before we saw death, decreasing on between 1996 and 2000, and six to have million Africans died, as they probably had expert when I look at that look at that horror, equitable access to vaccines and equity. That definition somehow got lost in translation. Let it be no doubt Alicia's history off this planet will be reaching the next generation. Actually questions Africa is launching its vaccination campaign, setting up vaccination centers and securing over 300 million doses through Kovacs or covert 19 vaccine. Global access. Ah, worldwide collaborative effort to accelerate vaccine production, testing and access. South Africa, representing more than 40% of all cases reported across the African continent of 1.3 Billion people will inoculate its front line health care workers as the country aims to vaccinate 67% of its 60 million people by the end of the year. Along with covert 19. Africa is also faced with other deadly and de mix, such as HIV 1.2 Million Africans die every year due to non covert related diseases. Alongside that is the issue of anti microbial resistance. Dr Nick Anderson predict that over the next 30 years, about four million might be dying every year due to complications from anti microbial resistance. I dread to see a headline in the nature of Science. New England or the Lancet asses covered 19 in Africa from Panda Mitchell in the Mississippi. That would be a catastrophic that headline the day You see that I mean, you can trade your hands up and we go because Africa is faced with pandemics. Remember, we still have a second pandemic, which has been stripped on the needle carpet, which is HIV pandemic made Chevy cues more than 500,000 Africans a year combined that tuberculosis, which accused a similar number and malaria, it's about 1.2 million. That's a year in Africa because of non convict related and My fear is that covet is going into a gravity conditions. Dr. Nick Anderson says other endemic must not be placed on the back burner and that a more comprehensive health response must be developed. He wants to see individual states investing in their own health security and wants to see an increase in Africa's capacity to produce its own vaccines and diagnostics. Reporting for KPFK Pacifica Evening News. This is.

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Nintendo profits soar as people play games during pandemic

Buck Sexton

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

Nintendo profits soar as people play games during pandemic

"Its profits for the first three fiscal quarters, nearly doubling as people all around the world stayed home from the pandemic and turned to playing games. Japanese video game maker reports that it's April to December profit surge to $3.6 billion In 10 does nine month sales jumped 37% to 13 billion the October to December quarters, always crucial for Nintendo because of year and holiday shopping. It is correspondent Jeremy House reporting one

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Nintendo profits soar as people play games during pandemic

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

Nintendo profits soar as people play games during pandemic

"And Tendo reporting its profits for the first three fiscal quarters, nearly doubling as people all around the world stayed home from the pandemic and turned to playing games. Japanese video game maker reports that it's April 2 December profit surge to $3.6 Billion in 10 does nine month sales jumped 37% to 13 billion The October to December quarters, Always crucial for Nintendo because of year in holiday shopping

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Congress Passes COVID-19 Stimulus Bill

Brian Kilmeade

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Congress Passes COVID-19 Stimulus Bill

"A new covert relief bill after months of fighting, and President Trump is expected to sign it quickly. The $900 billion bill includes 13 billion in food assistance programs. One time $600 stimulus check to Americans making less than $75,300 weekly unemployment checks, aid to businesses and resource is to vaccinate the nation. But fall short of what Democrats originally wanted. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi here is more work to do. And it will find still money. But it will protect jobs and most importantly, it will meet the needs of the American people to crush the virus. On Monday, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said Americans could begin seeing stimulus checks as soon as next week. I'm Julie

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"With China. So China basically says the N B a just shut up and dribble. And then LeBron James lectures. Everybody on the fact that you know you don't understand what's really happening over there, and Hong Kong should just shut up and shouldn't be so upset about it. China is 1.3 billion people, and they love n ba basketball. I mean, they love it. And so Mr Silver gets an opportunity to be able to expand the N ba beyond just the reach of the MBA here in the United States. He's all in. So we talk social justice. You should really be able to take a look at the 1.3 billion people that are over in China that you hope to turn into n ba customers and maybe start there If you want to lecture somebody go over there, LeBron James or go over there Adam Silver and talk about social justice, but they won't do that, because that's a huge market. That basically will do whatever they want and try to tell those people that you're gonna have social justice. Well, it might be easier to tell people in your own family Howto act rather than going across the street, talking to another family, that part of the family that listen when they exchange dollars, and the players play over. There are the players talk about China. They could easily draw the line. So you know what? You'd like that, But you know what? We're not going to do that. I'm nothing over there. We're not going to show you basketball. You can't watch our players on. Our players are going to announce you until you start to make some sort of changes. And some players did. And and, uh, caught hell for it. That's right. Get in line. Shut up and get in line. Shut up. Drivel. Don't talk about China. No, I don't think nobody's going to tell them to stop talking about China. But when you're over, LeBron James told the was a gentle manager, the head coach of what team was. It's saying? You don't know anything about it. So stop talking about. Remember that? Yeah, I can remember. It was the Houston owner or something I forget. Now what? The context of what he was saying about it, Wass, But, yeah, Yeah. All right. Let's check traffic..

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Trump announces billions in funding for Puerto Rico

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Trump announces billions in funding for Puerto Rico

"Also promised relief funds for Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico has no say in the electoral college. But President Trump is giving the U. S territory a campaign gift. 13 billion to replace a storm damaged electric grid and mortar help restore its drug manufacturing industry. We've done More for Puerto Rico than anybody, And this is just an example of it. While Puerto Rico can't give the president a second term, a sizable majority of that population living in Florida can Andy Field ABC NEWS Washington Early in

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US jobless claims fell to a still high 880,000 as recovery slows

Dave Ramsey

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

US jobless claims fell to a still high 880,000 as recovery slows

"Labor Department says about 880,000 laid off Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week. That's down from more than a million the previous week, but assign the economy is still struggling to recover and rebuild the job market nearly six months after the Corona virus head The government says more than 13 billion people, Our continuing to receive traditional jobless benefits on Lee 42%. Of the more than nine million jobs that were lost in March and April have been recovered.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on AP News

"Lawmakers have continue to attend Westminster though in small numbers despite the spread could be 19 which is reached at the 8000 confirmed cases under the 400 deaths in Britain is it is the hope in bound phone the parliament buildings and some stuff had been working from home now Westminster's house of Commons and house of lords is expected to shut once lawmakers have approved an emergency bill giving the government more powers to fight the virus because the 19 analysts because his model motor symptoms in most people with severe symptoms are more likely in the elderly or those with existing health problems Charles de Ledesma London Spain has now the world's second highest county of coronavirus deaths the nation remains in lockdown with now over 3400 deaths Spain has surpassed China's told Italy still has the most of any nation in the world we need the 7000 don from the pandemic in typically bustling Barcelona because walk around with blankets mattresses all tense punctuating the eerie emptiness Spain's homeless have been telling the Associated Press they feel abandoned more than ever as everyone else Hunkers down at home it could be 19 illness causes mild or moderate symptoms in most people with severe symptoms more likely in the elderly or those with existing health problems I'm Charles the last month the world's largest democracy India has gone into lockdown India's 1.3000000000 people also stay at home in a bid to stop the March of the pandemic everything but essential services like supermarkets are shattered normally bustling railway stations in New Delhi a deserted streets the just a few hours before we jump honking calls on now he really silent India's unprecedented move is aimed to keep the virus from overwhelming it's fragile health care system to put the 19 it was because his mild or moderate symptoms in most people with severe symptoms are more likely in the elderly and those with existing health problems I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Apple takes fight against 13-billion-euro EU tax order to court

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

04:00 min | 2 years ago

Apple takes fight against 13-billion-euro EU tax order to court

"Because apple is beginning its tax showdown with the European Union that's as the iPhone maker takes on the EU competition commissioner migrate to vest there to fight a record thirteen billion euro tax bill both sides will make that case in the general court in Luxembourg over two days for more Bloomberg's Maria today and joins us from Luxembourg. what can we expect from today's hearings. good morning world it is a huge hearing there is a lot of application here there's a whole army of lawyers that worked on the case for a long time now and eventually the European Commission again the government is our land and apple would just give you the contact of course is all good fax you a decision that was made a twenty sixteen by the European Commission they claimed that apple had eventually paid too little tax in Iraq at the death so that his country specially allowed it to do so are professionally and violated would end the European languages so that is the eight the claim here is that they have to pay back a year is what striking a ready the core the tension here the Irish government did not want the money back they actually appealed the decision the state they didn't do their their corporate reputation is really at stake but also the fact that they've become so dependent on American tax for jobs and investment they want to make sure that they can do that the point is that it does the European Commission against a member state of course you have apple commodity did nothing wrong this is just a political decision and they will also appeal it okay yeah of course the that from the perspective of this it it had tension Europe around around the world all it wants to attract business they they so that so so you upon the wall a but there's a big a principle at stake isn't that the appearance of vesting as saying that it's about fat international tax rules the ramifications though for America's biggest tech firms absolutely huge. it is and many will tell you this verdict kid essentially change the legislation gold will work from the European Commission asked the court does find their arguments were valid it's a bold and that you mention it get ready to pull the became a hero thing you said had been very helpful American tax she's been very vocal about the fact that they need to pay more taxes and you're about to really change the Irish corporate structure. the way multinational not just apple but everything will take American companies operate in Europe we often knows the Facebook there are profits and sales. kids like our our that you think you're really change thanks for them and I think you also have to see this and the contact as the trade or the tree tension with all right president trump come I stated that does a lot to do with politics than the the core of the issue here is ultimately that's there he the United States of America the commission of course denies all of that the basic districts ready about for tax and another point I suppose Marie and this is not going to vest the is now very senior in the E. U. more senior than she was and has the power perhaps to do far more of this. totally he is the competition commissioner she will be back but have been are actually give them more power than a concert you digital operations and the European Union and you also have to keep in mind there are a number of probes not just this one that are still open and potentially you could see more action from back there and work for you and in fact when you look at. that are looking at that he's all tell you that the verdict you're ready signaled the way these cases are still pending can't call I do have to say just to make it clear everyone here is really expect and this will be a very long legal battle that will ultimately not and here this is the second highest court will probably go all the way to the European Court of justice okay say say little small this issue thank you so much that spring break movie today is joining us live from blocks of gold they said massive

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Binge-drinking American men toss back more than 13 billion drinks each year

Bill Handel

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Binge-drinking American men toss back more than 13 billion drinks each year

"One more show bills back on monday jennifer johnson has the latest prolife prochoice groups are looking forward to a supreme court hearing next week about how california regulates the pregnancy centers california require state licensed antiabortion pregnancy centers to inform patients that abortion is an option at other facilities ammann's turned himself into lake elsinore police for a hit and run crash that killed a ten year old boy the boy's mom and younger sister watching tuesday night when antonio ocho was hit by a red truck in a crosswalk officials say twenty six year old man turned himself in on wednesday and the centers for disease control says about one in six americans binge drink at least once a week a new cdc report estimates more than seventeen billion drinks were consumed during binges in two thousand fifteen that's nearly five hundred per year per binge drinker binge drinking is defined as consuming five or more drinks in two hours for a man or four drinks in two hours for a woman we've got problems on the five we'll check the.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

Success! How I Did This

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

"It's so interesting because there is a lot of habits that we see that have surprised us and it frankly we haven't seen before one thing is now that we have several years of activity we've built a really interesting data said and we contract people as they spend more time and robin hood and the customers that joint robin hood two years ago we collect their self reported liquid net worth so how much money they have in liquid form in cash they're robin hood account balance today is larger than theirself reported liquid net worth two years ago so we had this idea that robin hood would function as a savings vehicle and that seems to be bearing out another thing that we noticed is that that money rather than being diverted as we might have thought through checking and savings really looks like it's coming out of spending money so this is money that would have been spent on coffee or on amazon or just discretionary stuff and because robin hood has the experience that you might get from buying a physical product or something on amazon is sort of feels like spending in a way that's very positive in varying gauging but people end up building a portfolio over time and one thing that super unique is there's a lot more buying than selling activity on the platform and you have these people that maybe you're buying fifty different stocks but one or two shares of each and they're creating these diversified portfolios using small amounts of money and that type of transaction would have cost thousands of dollars in the past people just wouldn't have done it so we're actually giving people the ability to do something that they haven't been able to do any time in the past if you're giving advice to someone else who wants to start the next consumer app raged an what's your dice and how do you think that they should get it off the ground how can they see some success i keep saying.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

Success! How I Did This

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

"I think it was actually pretty challenging early on there were a lot of people that just didn't believe in it and we had to just bang down a ton of doors and we were really relentless we probably knocked on 75 doors before we actually made her work that says 75 venturecapital dorris and 75 doors in your face yeah i'm times bets payoff sounds like so far so good now that your lifestyle think value the company at one point three billion as ads are probably pretty happy ya ya so talk to me about snoop how does one pitches snoop dog and get him to invest in their start it while i think what really attracted waterboarded vigil angels two rahman was this idea that you're doing something very important and you're doing it in a new way and it was a little bit rebellious but rebellious in a good way in the sense that the financial industry over the past several decades has just not earned the trust of consumers especially in our demographic i mean they've been actively ripping off consumers you look at two thousand an aide where we bailed out the banks in the middle class in a lot of ways got stuck with the bill and then in the years of the recovery since then ninety percent of the returns have accumulated to the top 1 percent it feels very very unfair and the margins for these services which used to be brick and mortar but are now completely electronic are way too big the margins of financial services companies are astonishingly large relative to what's actually going on and what that translates into is.

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"1.3 billion" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

Success! How I Did This

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"1.3 billion" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

"He tells me the story about how when he was in school huge sneak into the basement he had a friend there who is like keeping track of access and she would let him in and let him read all of the banned literature which was western economic thought from the us in that stuff wasn't while accepted at the time my father had an opportunity to come to this country to study this was in 1991 when i was four so he went moved over by himself my mom moved over six months later so is actually living with my grandparents they will take me to school a basically raise me for a little bit and i moved to over you know in 1992 around the summer when i was five years old my parents were decidedly risk averse they really were pushing me very hard to enter the financial industry where they both work but not really to enter it in in the way that i did as an entrepreneur they've been working the same job for over 25 years each both working at the world bank though didn't really grow up with entrepreneurship in mind but came over to stanford for college met my cofounder there and two thousand eight i went to grad school he joined a trading firm just north of san francisco his first month on the job and my first month and grad school lehman brothers went under the market collapsed in things just completely changed and uh it was a very very interesting time for the industry and at really my cofounder bijou's urging an insistence we started a little trading firm and moved out here to new york city to actually begin it and that was the beginning of our entrepreneurial journey he had a few kenneth financerelated startups the for s right our previous company which was called cronos research started in new york and essentially what we are offering was.

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