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"225 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:49 min | 6 months ago

"225 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Visits Tulsa honoring victims of the race massacre there 100 years ago, the president said he intended to shine a light on a brutal dark truth of America's past. Well, darkness can hide much. They're racist. Nothing. Mr Biden said Hell was unleashed. In Tulsa. He met with three survivors. One was 107 years old other, Fletcher says. All these years later, she still sees black bodies around. The president announced new initiatives geared toward reducing the racial wealth gap. And he warned of the continued presence of race fueled hatred in America hates never defeated. Only hides Stephen Portnoy, CBS News Cambridge based Moderna asked the government to give full approval for its covert vaccine. More than 124 million doses of Madonna's vaccine have already been given in the U. S. Under emergency use authorization. Now the drugmaker's following Fizer in pursuing full approval for use in adults. Modernist says it has started submitting data from its large scale vaccine studies. It's also planning to seek emergency use approval this month for use in teens after reporting last week, the vaccine appears safe and effective and kids as young as 12. Saga room agony. Washington to New Hampshire school districts are now being sued over their mask mandates. Bedford and Hollis, Brookline. Both suits from come from attorney Robert Faux hos who's also a plaintiff in one of the cases as a dad of three kids in Bedford schools experience a lot of stress, you know, in remembering to bring their masks and she would be socially distance and New school from their friends, and I'm there were mass while they interact their classmates. They want to be free of this mass requirement. The suits are based on a New Hampshire law banning restraints that restrict Children's breathing faux hos seeking an emergency injunction from courts that would prevent schools from enforcing mask mandates effective immediately. Ah 179 more people in Massachusetts test positive for Cove it out of nearly 29,000 tests. Today's report from the Health Department covers two days because no doubt it was reported on the holiday yesterday. The weekly positivity right now around two thirds of a percent. 12. More people have died from the virus and 225 people are in the hospital. It is June 1st, which means it is officially pride Month, the president marking the occasion what he had to say coming up next. Right now it is time for traffic and weather together. The super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes at 703, and we go to my king. How's it looking out there, Mike? Oh, not so bad. Madison. We do, however, have delays out to the west. Now, this is roadworks setting up for the night here. Already. Here with two westbound is Chand almost three miles Littleton into Harvard. This road worker is set up by rule 1 11. They've got you down to one lane for a bit there. So that's the issue out to the West. Things were good elsewhere with 2 90 through downtown was during the Mass Turnpike is clear all the way out to the 84 interchange in Sturbridge. That's it. All right. The North bound expressway is still tough granite. Have a past Neponset circle on your way in. But South downs all these doubts from the tunnel down to the Braintree split and continuing along Route three. Yeah, You're good to go all the way down pass through 1 39 tonight. Law into 1 28 Fine. So are rich 24 95 south down towards the Rhode Island line downtown. Nice and quiet. I don't see any problems coming in tonight. The lower deck of 93 the second bridge, the Tobin Bridge. All check out Okay. Stroh drives in good shape along the Charles and then highways up to the north are all good. I'm talking about 4 95, 1 28 Andrew one miking deputy Busies traffic on.

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"225 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:32 min | 6 months ago

"225 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Numbers in Massachusetts, the state Department of Public Health reporting 179 new cases out of nearly 29,000 new tests over a two day reporting period. There were no numbers yesterday because of the holiday. The seven day average positivity rate in Massachusetts 70.68%. There were 12. More deaths reported 225 people in the hospital with covert 77 in intensive care came which baseball? Dern is asking the FDA to fully approve it's covert 19 vaccine. It's the second drug maker to apply, which would allow the company to market its vaccine directly to consumers. Both modern is and fighters. Vaccines are currently being used under an emergency use authorization to be fully authorized. The FDA requires at least six months of data usually takes the FDA months before it grants approval. That is. Correspondent Michael Castor knew covert cases in the past week, averaging less than 20,000 per day nationwide, the lowest number since the pandemic started in March of 2020. CBS is Nicky Batiste. Reports. There are still signs were not under the woods just yet. As America starts to return to normal, there are reminders the pandemic isn't over. Vietnam's Health Ministry says it's detected a new variant that appears to be a hybrid of the India and UK mutations. It's more infectious and divides more rapidly. I think all of the data point to the fact that it will be susceptible to the vaccines, which is very, very positive. Meanwhile, summer camp are preparing to reopen and the CDC has issued new guidance. Everyone can be masked free outside in most cases, but those who haven't been vaccinated still need to mask up indoors. According to the CDC. More than 50% of Americans have received at least one dose. Of a covert vaccine. 5 33 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, the expressway anything but express as we speak, Michael Me. You're right, Ben. Yes, South down is just completely stalled out here from the O'Neill Tunnel right down to the gas tank and then from granted, have all the way to read 24. I've got 45 minutes from Boston to Randolph. North Fallon isn't bad coming in. You've got some stop and go granted of a passing upon Sit circle. It's like that all the time or so it seems It's slow coming a past Columbia road, and that's about it now. 1 28 South as he's on again, off again. Delay is coming down through. Need him through dead Um, and then 93 North pounds Pretty bad from 95 to 24. 95 cell found is backed up getting by Neponset Street Maybe a new thing there and then we're backed up before 1 40 down past 4 95. We definitely haven't thing downtown. Let's check in with the WBC. News radio traffic copter. His problem here downtown use it disabled vehicle. This time South founded the O'Neill tunnel down near the purchase Street exit Now behind us. Everything is jammed back under the second bridge That's going to start backing on the lower deck of 93 before long. Now Star Drive East is terrible. That's back to mass have. You can think it earlier break down upon the leverage operate for that? Actually, the breakdown still there, but it's out of the way off to the right now as they wait for a total, But the damage is done there won a North remains slow from the airport road way all the way up toward Boardman Street. Chris do not clear the WBC news radio traffic copter. It's busy north of the city to 93 North found his slow for a while coming up through Medford and stone him, But it's not the worst ever won 28 North is slow coming up to Lexington. It is really backed up before route 38 of past 93, then 1 28 South found is stopping the route 62 down 21 14. And then rule one in Peabody down into Lynnfield miking.

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"225 people" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 11 months ago

"225 people" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dr Sanjay Gupta and World Affairs or on world affairs. At eight he already fragile global economy has been disrupted by broken supply chains and shifts in demand. How will the future of the global economy go World Affairs tonight at eight? This is marketplace. I'm kind raised all there is something unusual happening in Silicon Valley more than 225. People who work at Google have formed a union. It is, yes, but a small fraction of the total number of Google employees about 100,000 full time staffers give or take. But eyebrows are being raised. Nonetheless, given text, nonunion history and his marketplace, Jasmine guards reports it is happening as employees. Activism in the Valley has been on the rise. Activism is nothing new at Google. In 2018 more than 20,000 people walked out in protest of the company's handling of sexual harassment. Many also protested the use of Google technology in military drones and immigration enforcement. But Professor Tom, juror of it's from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, says up Until now, unionizing has been rare. Silicon Valley's attitudes towards unions have been downright hostile. And this really is the first group of workers at a major employer in Silicon Valley. This union's main aim is to support employees activism rather than negotiate a contract. Union organizer's did not respond to marketplaces request for comment. Google responded quote Our employees have protected labor rights that we support, but as we've always done will continue engaging directly with all our employees. The ramifications of this go beyond Google, says professor of being a double at the University of California. Hastings. It will inspire. I think workers at other texts, arms to see that this is possible. Is he the many experts point out this is a David and Goliath type fight. It seems like an extraordinarily uphill battle. That's Professor Lewis Hyman from Cornell. He points out that only 225 of Google's employees have joined so far out of more than 260,000. This union will have to rely on moral suasion. It won't be the same as in a normal kind of union that you know has that power to be the official Union of Google? He also says this union as small as it is signals major changes for.

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"225 people" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"225 people" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Marketplace. I'm Kai raised all there is something Unusual happening in Silicon Valley more than 225. People who work at Google have formed a union. It is, yes, but a small fraction of the total number of Google employees about 100,000 full time staffers give or take. But eyebrows are being raised. Nonetheless, given text, nonunion history and his marketplace, Jasmine guards reports it is happening as employees. Activism in the Valley has been on the rise. Activism is nothing new at Google. In 2018 more than 20,000 people walked out in protest of the company's handling of sexual harassment. Many also protested the use of Google technology in military drones and immigration enforcement. But Professor Tom, juror of it from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, says up Until now, unionizing has been rare. Silicon Valley's attitudes towards unions have been downright hostile. And that's really is the first group of workers at a major employer in Silicon Valley. This union's main aim is to support employees activism rather than negotiate a contract. Union organizer's did not respond to marketplaces request for comment. Google responded quote Our employees have protected labor rights that we support, but as we've always done will continue engaging directly with all our employees. The ramifications of this go beyond Google, says professor of being a double at the University of California, Hastings. It will inspire. I think workers at other techs arms to see that this is a possibility. The many experts point out this is a David and Goliath type fight. It seems like an extraordinarily uphill battle. That's Professor Lewis Hyman from Cornell. He points out that only 225 of Google's employees have joined so far out of more than 260,000. This union will have to rely on moral suasion. It won't be the same as in a normal kind of union that you know has that power to be the official Union of Google? He also says this union as small as it is signals major changes for Silicon Valley. I'm.

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"225 people" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"225 people" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kind raised all there is something unusual happening in Silicon Valley more than 225. People who work at Google have formed a union. It is, yes, but a small fraction of the total number of Google employees about 100,000 full time staffers give or take. But eyebrows are being raised. Nonetheless. Given text, nonunion history and is marketplace Jasmine guards reports it is happening as employees. Activism in the Valley has been on the rise. Activism is nothing new at Google. In 2018 more than 20,000 people walked out in protest of the company's handling of sexual harassment. Many also protested the use of Google technology in military drones and immigration enforcement. But Professor Tom, juror of it from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, says up Until now, unionizing has been rare. Silicon Valley's attitudes towards unions have been downright hostile. And that's really is the first group of workers at a major employer in Silicon Valley. This union's main aim is to support employees activism rather than negotiate a contract. Union organizer's did not respond to marketplaces request for comment. Google responded quote Our employees have protected labor rights that we support, but as we've always done will continue engaging directly with all our employees. The ramifications of this go beyond Google, says Professor Veena do ball at the University of California, Hastings, it will inspire. I think workers at other texts arms to see that this is a possibility. The many experts point out this is a David and Goliath type fight. It seems like an extraordinarily uphill battle. That's Professor Lewis Hyman from Cornell. He points out that only 225 of Google's employees have joined so far out of more than 260,000. This union will have to rely on moral suasion. It won't be the same as in a normal kind of union that you know has that power to be the official Union of Google, But he also says this union as small as it is signals.

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"225 people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 11 months ago

"225 people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening to marketplace on W. N. Y. C in the seven o'clock hour of all things considered President Trump's false claims about election fraud of put Georgia Republicans in a tough spot as they try to turn out voters ahead of tomorrow's runoff elections for two seats in the U. S. Senate that more at seven. This is marketplace. I'm kind raised all there is something Unusual happening in Silicon Valley more than 225. People who work at Google have formed a union. It is, yes, but a small fraction of the total number of Google employees about 100,000 full time staffers give or take. But eyebrows are being raised nonetheless. Given text, nonunion history and this marketplace, Jasmine guards reports it is happening as employees. Activism in the Valley has been on the rise. Activism is nothing new at Google. In 2018 more than 20,000 people walked out in protest of the company's handling of sexual harassment. Many also protested the use of Google technology in military drones and immigration enforcement. But Professor Tom, juror of it from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, says up Until now, unionizing has been rare. Silicon Valley's attitudes towards unions have been downright hostile. That's really is the first group of workers at a major employer in Silicon Valley. This union's main aim is to support employees activism rather than negotiate a contract. Union organizer's did not respond to marketplaces request for comment. Google responded quote Our employees have protected labor rights that we support, but as we've always done will continue engaging directly with all our employees. The ramifications of this go beyond Google, says Professor Veena double at the University of California, Hastings. It will inspire. I think workers at other tech firms to see that this is a possibility. The many experts point out this is a David and Goliath type fight. It seems like an extraordinarily uphill battle. That's Professor Lewis Hyman from Cornell. He points out that only 225 of Google's employees have joined so far out of more than 260,000. This union will have to rely on moral suasion. It won't be the same as in a normal kind of union that you know has that power to be the official Union of Google? He also says this union as small as it is signals major changes for Silicon Valley. I'm Jasmine.

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"225 people" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"225 people" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Kai raised all there is something Unusual happening in Silicon Valley more than 225. People who work at Google have formed a union. It is, yes, but a small fraction of the total number of Google employees about 100,000 full time staffers give or take. But eyebrows are being raised nonetheless. Given text, nonunion history and is marketplace Jasmine guards reports it is happening as employees. Activism in the Valley has been on the rise. Activism is nothing new at Google. In 2018 more than 20,000 people walked out in protest of the company's handling of sexual harassment. Many also protested the use of Google technology in military drones and immigration enforcement. But Professor Tom, juror of it from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, says up Until now, unionizing has been rare. Silicon Valley's attitudes towards unions have been downright hostile. And this really is the first group of workers at a major employer in Silicon Valley. This union's main aim is to support employees activism rather than negotiate a contract. Union organizer's did not respond to marketplaces request for comment. Google responded quote Our employees have protected labor rights that we support, but as we've always done will continue engaging directly with all our employees. The ramifications of this go beyond Google, says Professor Veena double at the University of California. Hastings. It will inspire. I think workers at other techs arms to see that this is a possibility. The many experts point out this is a David and Goliath type fight. It seems like an extraordinarily uphill battle. That's Professor Lewis Hyman from Cornell. He points out that only 225 of Google's employees have joined so far out of more than 260,000. This union will have to rely on moral suasion. It won't be the same as in a normal kind of union that you know has that power to be the official Union of Google? He also says this union as small as it is signals major changes for Silicon Valley..

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"225 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"225 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Oh, more than ever. It matters where you get your news, WBZ news radio. 51 degrees in Boston in two o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Madison Rogers. And here's what's happening for public health experts. The clock is now ticking to find out how severe the virus surge post Thanksgiving Will be. There's been case upticks after every major holiday Thanksgiving happening right in the middle of a major search for the U. S. I will spread described as uncontrollable in some parts of the country. More on the possible timeline from Dr Celine Gounder, who's a member of Boston are a member of President elect Joe Biden's covert 19 Advisory board. We know it could take up toe 14 days for somebody to develop symptoms. After they have been exposed. So we fully expect that in about a week or two. After Thanksgiving, we will see an increase in cases first. Then about a week or two. Later, you'll start to see an increase in hospitalizations and then another week or two. After that, you'll start to see death. Over in Rhode Island passengers are arriving at T F Green Airport and are getting the option of a Free cove in 19 test this weekend. This is state tries to avoid a post Thanksgiving surge. The voluntary rapid testing program began yesterday and will continue through Monday. The cova death toll across the U. S has now surpassed 266,000, according to Johns Hopkins here in Massachusetts, the latest update from the State Health Department has added Or has more than 1000 people hospitalized for covert 19 here in the Commonwealth, 1000 and 45 people that's up from 986 the day before. There are 225 people in the ICU. Yesterday, Massachusetts reported more than 2900 Covad cases and 40 deaths. Recounts in Wisconsin's presidential races are complete only slight changes in the results and President elect Joe Biden. Still the winner there. Dane County wrapped up its recount this morning where President Trump did pick up 45 votes. This follows the conclusion of a recount in Milwaukee County, fighting one, both of them by about 2 to 1. Statewide, biting carries Wisconsin by more than 20,000 votes. President. Trump spoke on Fox this morning holding that the election was taken from him, alleging, among other things, that voting machines had been tampered with, which is supposed to be when the machine breaks down. Well, no. We had glitches where they move thousands of votes from my account to Biden's account and these air glitches, so they're not blotches there theft, their fraud, absolute fraud. Last night, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court unanimously tossed the lawsuit from Republicans attempting to invalidate absentee votes. The latest in a string of lawsuits from the Trump campaign and allies tossed over a lack of evidence for voter fraud yesterday with small business Saturday, But the city of Boston and the state.

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"225 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"225 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Consecutive days since the pandemic began. You know, they come in they coming very, very sick on when you asked him. How did you get it? They basically tell you that they didn't follow any of the things that we've been asking them to. Please follow healthcare workers, stressing the importance of following public health guidelines. This is what you'll see at the end of your life. If we don't start wearing masks when we're out in public when we don't practice social distancing when we don't wash your hands, frequently taking a look now for you are the latest covert 19 numbers impacting Massachusetts 2914 newly reported cova cases and 40 more deaths. Total confirmed covert patients in the hospital is 1045 225 people remain in the ICU. Average age of people hospitalized is 65 average age of fatalities is 81 total confirmed cases here in the Bay State since the beginning of the pandemic, 6 214,062 estimated active cases 5 42,049 looks like the seven day positivity raid. Is now 3.57% over now to the Vatican with pre Medina shitty She almost died yet. Is she in the kitchen Marva Despite a scaled down year of celebrations for Vatican officials, Pope Francis raised 13 new cardinals to the highest rank Saturday afternoon, including the archbishop of Washington, DC Wilton Gregory, who's now the first African American cardinal. Socially distant ceremony took place inside a nearly empty ST Peter's Basilica to celebrate the latest class of cardinals. The pope immediately warning the new cardinals not to use their titles for corrupt and personal gain. Pennsylvania's highest court has thrown out a lower court's order preventing the state from certifying dozens of contests on his November 3rd election ballot. The issue at hand. Here is the latest lawsuit filed by Republicans attempting to reverse President elect Joe Biden's victory. In a unanimous decision last night, the state Supreme Court threw out a judge's recent order to halt certification of any remaining contests. The justices say the underlying lawsuit was filed months too late. Meanwhile, the Republican plaintiffs had sought to either throw out the 2.5 million million ballots. Submitted under the law or direct the state's Republican controlled legislature to pick Pennsylvania. Presidential electors back to the roads right now it is 10 03 traffic and weather together, starting with a super retailers of New England. All wheel drive traffic on the threes, David Good morning. Any trouble spots right now. Good morning, Tina. Not really. Everything looks really good and downtown, looking at eight or nine cars each side of the lever connector around the curve. Actually, if even that many store of Dr Lower Deck Tobin Bridge in the airport tunnels are all clear the Pikes a great ride between Charlton in Boston 12 minutes to get between Route nine and route 16. We have light traffic on the expressway by massive and Columbia Road in the gas tank on the South Shore. Route three is nothing in the way routes 24 95 both look good to and from Rhode Island. North of the city. 1 20 eights in good shape between Route one and route to and no problems on 4 95 through lower Lawrence. David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the Threes celebrate the season about the sales event it out the Westwood with over 240 out East to choose from Audi. Westwood, a proud member of prime automotive groups. Westwood Collection on the auto mile or shop. Online it out the Westwood calm. That's Audi, Westwood calm, Beautiful sunshine today and very pleasant for late November High 54 because Mean more cloudy tonight Low near 40 Heavy rain and wind tomorrow during the midday and afternoon hours high near 60 thunderstorms likely through early tomorrow evening and wins concussed two more than 50 MPH Scattered showers on Tuesday, still pretty windy and mild high near 60 than falling quickly through the fifties and looks like it's going to be partly sunny on Wednesday, hiking up to about 46 right now beautiful and bright plenty of sunshine 45 degrees in Chelsea and writing 47 in NATO..

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"225 people" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"225 people" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I call it my PM pep rally. You should really try it. Whatever it is, that gets you running. Duncan's not you and always Will. America runs on Dunkin Next on tonight's docket is Joe Slow Wick, who had a jaw dropping surprise for his employees. Geneva Company Geneva, Illinois that shocked its employees, they said for every year of service, your Thanksgiving bonus will be $2500. If you're relatively new, you've been there a couple years 5000 bucks. You been there 10 years. You got enough money for a new car, and the math goes on like that, right? Fiona FON, A international is the name of this company and Joe Slow. Wick is the founder and CEO of that company. Hey, Joe, you're on WGN Radio. Good morning. Good morning, John. So have you got a lot of applications since the news broke and do a lot of people want to go work for your company now? I'm not quite sure about the applications, but I certainly know we got Ah, lot of Goodwill's since the story broke, John, You have a couple 100 employees, right? Yes, we employ about 225 people. 70 are scientists. 70 are in production 70 and offices and general And kind of a unusual business. We made me a pack shirt, food ingredients. We manufacture the flavors that go into a food product of candy, Buyer of breakfast cereal of beverage on Gui just make that small part of the food product. You mean example? So what if I had that you guys make that I found delicious. Yeah, well, certainly. Uh, well, our customers like keeping who does what for him. But you know if you chew gum if you have breakfast cereal if you have a cake mix if you have energy beverage People of like gossip. It's not as developed just that portion of the product to create the flavors system and s O confections, cereals, beverages, even things like cough syrups that are flavored Children's cop serves Man. I never thought about it that way. You know, I figured if you if you're making breakfast, cereal or cough syrup, you make breakfast cereal or cough syrup, But you've got to kind of like an automobile. Maybe farm out some of the production and so you're the guy that does the flavoring for those things, son. That is correct, so cos the research centers of say, General Mills or Kellogg's or Wrigley would contact our scientists than they would begin together. To test variations with consumers. Do you then have a bunch of people with white lab coats at a long table tasting orange or cherry flavoring for something and everybody trying to figure out what's the best version of that? That is correct. And then inviting consumers and who will confirm that we have a good system? Yeah, right. How interesting. I guess there's some measure of subject. Itty. Maybe Ultimately, the client would decide. But who knows? You may think this cherry cough syrup taste great, and I may think it tastes like bark, right? Exactly. That's what Andre. That's why I just the research their research labs are scientists always have to bring consumers and so are you guys, a privately held company. Then they're in Geneva. We are. We're family owned private company here in Geneva. Wow. It Z just that, I suppose folks in Geneva. I mean events through there many times. It's a lovely town. I didn't know you were there and you employ 225 people. It sounds like Pretty good paying jobs of 70 of them. Are scientists working on this, huh? That? Yeah, I think we've been good to our people. One of the we also just this month Fortune magazine named as the number one midsize company to work for in America in the great places to work Survey and nice. Nice place. Geneva, Illinois, too. So then what's the tradition for this bonus that made the news this week? You always give a bonus. Way do when we still actually at. We were doing financial planning we already had accrued on and we had a great year. You know? Thank you, God, great dear and much to everyone's surprise and all our bonuses were crude. We do give a Thanksgiving gift to people normally and that was a crude. And so financially we were planning because we would Have had to make investments. You can either pay tax or you can invest in equipment or other attacks like decisions when I think there was sort of, you know, heavenly stroke. That we could, um, actually give it to our people instead of buying pieces of equipment from next year's budget and pulling them ahead. So I have a question about that, because it was a story about this, and I think it was the Daily Herald. And you said something that I thought I've never heard a CEO or an owner of a company. Say this before your kind of walking up to that. Let me get to that in a minute. Jo. Slow slow. Quick is the founder and CEO of Phone. I international do you do you say, Fiona or do you spell it out when you do the name your company Joe, and now it's actually phone that sire named that's common in the industry. John And what is that? An acronym Does that stand for something? When we first began the business we made the marketing mistake's back in the eighties of calling ourselves flavors of North America. It was too long for anyone to stay with. And it kind of self abbreviated to call Joe at phone a A and S O. It's sort of created itself. And then we re branded ourselves 20 years ago to Fiona. Today. Phone is this successful flavorings company in the United States that maybe you are. I didn't know much about that successful enough, and maybe smart enough, certainly generous enough that they bonus their employees that Thanksgiving this year $2500 per year of service. So what was the amount then that the average employee got Well, we had to do the math. When we 225 of five employees do the research to kind of work through it. Um, we had, uh, you know, in our minds we were going to buy a piece of equipment were 7.1 million, called the Spray dryer did and capsule lates flavorings and Pull it up from next year ahead of time. But we asked that question. What? What if we gave it to our employees that turned out there were 1900 years of service in the organization. So 225 employees in the 1900. I guess the average 10 year would be about nine years. And from that calculation, we tried $2000 that didn't do it. We tried 2000. Had didn't do it. Finally at 2500, we were able to get to that amount where we could, instead of buying the spray drier, um, reward our people. That was the go ahead, Joe. Keep talking. Yeah, No, I would just say, you know, everybody's grateful to their employees..

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"225 people" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"225 people" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Tell your friends tell your smart speakers. Um, was one of the things I was just going to mention here. Lauren laughter. You said that in Wisconsin, but we didn't see this one come and I thought that the Trump campaign was done with Wisconsin, but they're asking for a recount. My understanding is if they wanted to recount the entire state, it would cost $7.9 million that the campaign has to pay. They don't want to do that. So they're going to do just individual counties and will pay sort of a pro rated fee on that, right. So he paid $3 million and it would cost $2.8 million to recount in the two most Democratic counties. And that's Milwaukee and Dane. So is that what they're thinking? They're gonna I would believe that's what they're aiming for. My understanding is the problem with it is okay if you minimize the number of counties You've got a gross number You've got to get to. So if you do the whole state, maybe you'll get that number because you know you've got more lines in the water. If you say OK, let's just pick those heavily Democrat areas. I guess that would be the most logical place to go. Maybe Maybe she go with the Republican areas. I don't know. I don't know where you would find the most Republican votes that Adopting counted, but they gonna take the Democrat County's They'll pay for that, and they're going to recount those correct. I saw on some website one of the new sites. I was reading that it's It's just not likely that this will shift the number of votes, however close it is. We're talking Wisconsin of 20,000 votes in 2016. They recounted request by the Green Party candidate, Jill Stein, and that ended up increasing Trump's margin there by 131 votes. So you've got 20,000 Plus in play in Wisconsin, And last time they did it, it was 131. Now, this does not say if that was a recount of the whole state makes me think it was. And it turned up 131 votes that somehow got through the cracks. 20,000. I guess they could do whatever they want, but the certification deadlines are fast approaching. Hear that story. The other day We mentioned it, and I wanted to talk to the people behind it, and I think we will now that Geneva company Geneva, Illinois that shocked its employees, they said. For every year of service, your Thanksgiving bonus will be $2500. If you're relatively new, you've been there a couple years 5000 bucks. You been there 10 years. You've got enough money for a new car, and the math goes on like that, right? Phone. A FON A international is the name of this company and Joe slot. Wick is the founder and CEO of that company. Hey, Joe, you're on WGN Radio. Good morning. Good morning, John. So have you got a lot of applications since the news broke? Do a lot of people want to go work for your company now? I'm not quite sure about the applications, but I certainly know we got Ah, lot of Goodwill's since the story broke, John, You have a couple 100 employees, right? Yes, we employ about 225 people. 70 are scientists. 70 are in production, 70 and offices and general and kind of a unusual business. We made me a picture food ingredients We manufacture the Labors that go win to food product. A candy bar of breakfast cereal of beverage on Gui. Just make that small part of the food product. Give me an example. So what if I had that you guys make that I found delicious. Yeah, well, certainly, uh, while our customers like keeping who does what for him, But, you know if you chew gum if you have breakfast cereal if you have a cake mix if you have a energy beverage, um people of like us if it's not as um, developed just that. Portion of the product to create the flavors system and s o confections, cereals, beverages, even things like cough syrups that are flavored Children's cops there. And you never thought about it That way. You know, I figure if you if you're making breakfast, cereal or cough syrup, you make breakfast, cereal or cough syrup, But you've got to kind of like an automobile. Maybe farm out some of the production and so you're the guy that does the flavoring for those things on That is correct. So cos the research centers of Save General Mills or Kellogg's or regularly would contact our scientists than they would begin together to test variations with consumers. Do you then have a bunch of people with white lab coats at a long table tasting orange or cherry flavoring for something and everybody trying to figure out what's the best version of that? That is correct and then inviting consumers and who will confirm that we have a good system, right? How interesting. I guess there's some measure of subjectivity. Maybe ultimately, the client would decide, but Who knows? You may think this cherry cough syrup tastes great, and I may think it tastes like bark. Right? Exactly. That's what Andre. That's why I just the research their research labs are scientists always have to bring consumers and so are you guys, a privately held company, Then they're in Geneva. We are. We're family owned private company here in Geneva. Wow. It Z just that, I suppose folks in Geneva. I mean events through there many times. It's a lovely town. I didn't know you were there and you employ 225 people. It sounds like Very good paying jobs of 70 of them. Are scientists working on this, huh? That's yeah, I think we've been good Char people. One of the we also just this month Fortune magazine named as the number one midsize company to work for in America and the great places to work Survey and nice. Nice place. Geneva, Illinois, too. So then what's the tradition for this bonus that made the news this week? You always give a bonus We do when we still actually at we were doing financial planning. We already had accrued all and we had a great year. You know? Thank you. God, great dear And much to everyone's surprise and all our bonuses were crude. We do give a Thanksgiving gift to people normal. Lee, and that was a crude. And so financially we were planning because we would have had to make investments. You can either pay tax or you can invest in equipment or other attacks like decisions when I think there was sort of, you know, heavenly stroke. That we could, um, actually give it to our people instead of buying pieces of equipment from next year's budget and pulling them ahead. So I have a question about that, because it was a story about this. And I think it was the Daily Herald and you said something that I thought I've never heard a CEO or an owner of a company say this before. You're kind of walking up to that. Let me get to that in a minute..

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"225 people" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"225 people" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Well, that's why I have been a fan of the closing. You know, until you're at a position where you have no choice but short of that, you know, I've tried to keep, you know, talk about people trying to keep his many things open as it was within my power to do. Governor obviously has the Russian power on becomes, you know, don't close it just socially distance and do all the other things. That reduces the likelihood of spread. You know, it's impossible in a bar, but it's not impossible in a restaurant. It's not impossible in a retail setting. So you know if you have to go backwards on these things be selective. And just, you know, across the board, you know, we'll have to see what happens. And now with everything started moving doors, You know, we've had some really great well and so outdoor dining has continued apace. But that is not going to be happening a month from today. As we go through Thanksgiving Christmas, people naturally get together holidays. A lot of kids are coming back from college now, and they may not be going back after the Thanksgiving break, and we don't know you know what they were supposed to the colleges. They come back home, so there's lots of things that are a noble Just have to try to work through every day. We're in which George Vladimir, the Westchester County executive. Now you hit a positivity rate of 3% on Saturday for the first time since May. If you continue to go above that number, what's your next step? Or do you follow state guidelines? Well, I think that we have the ability to do what are the extra active things. So in other words, we would, as we are now. Poor chest has a yellow zone designation. We're meeting with village. Intel officials, mostly organisations Fight Apartment Police department that we're making a massive effort in that community because they've hit like 8% in that one cluster to do the things we just talked about social distancing the enforcing that the smaller limits and so forth. It hasn't been across the board if that, if that, you know, continues in other areas, and generally speaking, it's where you have dense population. You know where you have lots of people living in close quarters to each other, more apartment building travel, single family houses. You know, people just, you know, they can isolate within a apartment with three other people living there in an apartment building with 100, other people living there. So we try to put energy and effort into getting you know, public health information in the U. S. S R before the masked people into that targeted areas. We don't have the authority. And I don't think we should have the authority to be able to say Okay, well, then close all restaurant going to close all businesses that is within the authority of the governors of each of these states. And if they do it, they do it on that regional basis that has been established. But you know, we are talking to various businesses were, you know we put more about workforce back on remote. Where we can, and we're encouraging other businesses to do the same thing to reduce the amount of interaction that could be the spread. But since we don't know specifically, you know until we test He also bumped into the situation with a lot of people that you know until that symptomatic they don't test and they could be spreading disease while they're asymptomatic. Hey, Georgia, proposing a property tax cut for 2021. I mean, that's not not normally something that Democrats do. I'm glad to hear it. What's your reasoning for that? Well, it's a second straight year that we cut property taxes here. We also did this budget that we present arrested, tight spending, not huge amounts. I want overplay this. But in both cases, I think we realized the economic situation is what it is. It is not a good time to people. People who are Unemployed people who were dangling on the edge of whether they're gonna be employed or not Businesses and so forth. You know what you're paying property taxes is not necessarily the only deciding factor of your economics. But You know if we're in a position where we can cut taxes, a bit of a breather. We did the same thing with it the way of the due date summoned by 75 days for people, so you know, and I think you know, Michael. I have tried to say in these conversations, just some Democrats. But by the same token of a pragmatic person and hear the suburbs were trying to make decisions that we think less ideological and more practical for the moment, and at the moment, I think, you know, cutting property taxes amongst other things is smart and right thing to do. Are you able to cut and we have about a minute left. George, We're almost out of time. But are you able Tio cut enough out of your budget to make it all balance. Yeah, you know, Leonard's On the personal side. We have a voluntary separation agreement where we had about 225. People take, you know, Ah departure package, and so we're able to bring our workforce down. That's really the single biggest cost in government is the number of people you employ were able to do it in a way that they do it voluntarily, so we don't have to do layoffs and furloughs. And by shifting around, we could still provide basic services. It's not formula that you can use year after year after year, but dealing with this emergency situation, we could do it. Good. All right, George Vladimir Westchester County Executive. Good buddy of this show always happened. Heavy on George. Take care and read that book. Read that little book. Yeah, Yeah, I talked to Natalie. If you want me to autograph it, I can I can win a copier. Not go crazy. Now. Fact is George take coming up next. We've got some sports news for you. Now. What do we know about this new owner of the Mets say something. He's he's building a huge mansion around the corner from where I live in. In the village, Erland. I mean, this is the biggest house I've ever seen, and we have the most.

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"225 people" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"225 people" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Because I know we were going But I think it's the no. First in the Yes. Second No first But you know you're both sides of that issue. Yes, Second, and we're working on getting people about each issue on the show to further your understanding of what the ballot initiatives are. Someone reached out to me yesterday and said, Hey, Would you mind taking a look at the Denver ballot initiatives and giving me your thoughts? I will be more than happy to give you my thoughts. I am not a Denver voter. I will not be voting on these ballot initiatives. I don't have to live under these ballot initiatives. So ah, you're gonna have to take that with a grain of salt, but I'll look at him and give you my my viewpoint on him. I'll do that in the next couple days, depending on how well I sleep or don't sleep. So that is on the block today as well. Interesting things happening. We are officially on pace for a record number of overdoses this year. And that's because we met last year's total of 225 people dead of a drug overdose last Wednesday, and we still have the holiday season to go through. Which is always a whopper when it comes to people struggling with addiction. This is terrible, and you have to think that a big part of this is because of the lockdowns. People are isolated. They're stuck at home. If they are on the streets there far less likely to have someone intervene because there's just not as many people around I mean, there's there's a lot of factors here, but this is terrible, absolutely terrible. And I know people that have recovered from heroin addiction and recovered from significant drug addiction. And if you're in the in the fight right now, if you're if you're living with this if you're trying to get through the day Please see help. I mean, please, if your man go to step Denver Because they will take you in and they will help you. If you want help, and you want to get clean, and you want to turn your life around. Men go to step Denver. I wish there was a residential facility like that for women, but I am not aware of one. If you know of one. Let me know. But this this addiction nonsense. It is the root of so much evil in our society. And so much crime in our society. Think of how much conflict is happening downtown around people addicted to drugs. Ah, friend of mine sent me a picture yesterday or tweeted a picture. Ah, couple days ago. I think it was Friday and she was jogging in the park, and a man was sitting right next to the Cherry Creek trail shooting up. Openly. I'm thinking she said. Is this the world we were gonna live in? No. Because I don't think I'm gonna live in downtown Denver much longer. If this is what's acceptable if this is okay, I certainly am not going to do that. So, like I said, please don't waste your life. Get get some help before you end up dead accidentally of an overdose. Interesting story about, um, a sanctioned homeless camps were gonna have a chance to talk to the mayor about this tomorrow. He is coming on for his monthly visit with us. And one of the first things I wanted to talk about was they have been trying to find a location. To put a sanctioned homeless camp, and it's now been bounced out of two neighborhoods by the people in those neighborhoods who I think understandably don't want a group of homeless people living in tents. Even if it is a sanction homeless camp in their neighborhood because they know all of the attendant problems that arise from this one of the things I I want to hear from the mayor is where has this worked? Because I looked this morning for a good solid 45 minutes, trying to find any city that has tried sanctioned homeless camps that had they been deemed a success. And maybe they're out there. I don't know. But I'd like to know where because I'd like to know because if we're doing it like they did it in San Francisco or Oakland or Seattle. None of those have worked. Not long term. They end up collapsing because people fight, kill people and start fires. That's why they end up, you know, collapsing and and yet nobody wants that in their neighborhood. So I'll continue why I'm talking about this now because we're talking about it with the mayor tomorrow, but first Susan Witkin is going to tell us what's coming up in the new Hello, Allo. Allo Casa Bonita. Most of us have already been there. If you haven't is definitely a place to check it out. It's being sued now. No, not because of its food but her age discrimination. Full story Coming your way..

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"225 people" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"225 people" Discussed on KOMO

"FM, 97 7 Former Vice President Joe Biden in the rest of the speakers will not travel to Wisconsin for the Democratic National Convention. This over concerns about the Corona virus mark around the largest covering it all for ABC News and spoke with a most jeffco Djula. What's the plan? Now that the candidate isn't going to be there? And neither are any of the speakers? Yeah, and all virtual convention. It looks like a cz you mentioned there. Former vice President Joe Biden says that he will not attend or speak in person in Milwaukee for the convention and none of the other plant speakers will be there, either. So this will be an entirely virtual convention. Biden will accept the nomination. From Delaware. The details of that where he will be if she'll be at home or not haven't been released yet, but in all virtual convention this time around, they said that part of the reason that prompted released Biden said later earlier today was that part of it was that you know, there's a restriction on the amount of people that can gather in one place at a time. 225 people is the limit in Milwaukee at the moment, and so they couldn't really feasibly. How's the convention the way they were planning to do it anyways? The DNC even downplays the change, saying that there were so many things that have been altered because of covert 19 including that many of the speakers were going to be virtual anyways, so they actually call this Overall, a small adjustment even though the nominee himself will now be virtual President. Trump has also decided not to attend the Republican convention. So both conventions effectively canceled. Has there been any precedent for this in American history? Not that I'm aware of off the top of my head? Certainly not in Recent American history for entirely non attended virtual kind of convention thing That's completely unprecedented. President Trump as you mentioned, he has thiss morning on Fox and friends. Said that he may choose to speak from the White House rather than going to North Carolina. Our understanding right now is that there will be Six delegates from each state and territory to travel to North Carolina for a one night convention essentially and vote where they will nominate President Trump, But he may not speak. It sounded like the one. He said that today that he may not actually be there in person, and they choose to do it from the White House. Now the conventions were a way for each candidate and each party to get their message out to the American people. How did they plan to do that now? Yeah, so that is a big point. In all of this is the message out to the American people, many of them many candidates. Enjoy a convention boost from their convention. So this is a very important thing for both of these candidates, so it sounds like what most both parties were looking at doing our various forms of programming, the Democrats have said. For four nights from the 17th to the 20th from 9 p.m. To 11 p.m. Eastern. They're going to do two hours of programming every day. Some stream things some live things. Obviously, there will be speakers such as former Vice President Joe Biden, and presumably, the Republicans will do something similar like it Sounds like there's only gonna be one day specifically in North Carolina, so there may be other virtual things being held over the course of the actual convention over several days. Baby sees Mark Malard speaking with Cuomo's Jeff Po Djula, former acting attorney general testified on Capitol Hill. A bee sees Catherine Faulder's has more from Washington. Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee about the Russia investigation. Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates had this to say about the upcoming election. And this election year. I hope that we won't lose sight of the very real threat. Posed by the ongoing efforts of a foreign adversary to Underland are democratic processes. As the hearing started, President Trump tweeted that Yates has quote zero credibility. Trump fired Yates in 2017. She filled the top position at the Justice Department for less than two weeks in January before Trump's first age pick, Jeff Sessions became attorney general. Catherine Folders. ABC NEWS Washington President Trump continues to project optimism amid the ongoing Corona virus pandemic despite the fact that 156,000 Americans have died of Covad, 19. There are also more than 4.7 million confirmed cases. Fatalities nationwide are Had roughly half the level of the April peak. The death rate also fell 70% among patients 70 and older. The president is crediting advances in treatment for Covad, 19 6 governors are uniting to buy three million Corona virus test. Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Ohio and Virginia will all get 500,000 tests each?.

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"225 people" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"225 people" Discussed on KOMO

"The Northwest's only 24 hour news station co Moh news, 1000 FM 97 7 Good evening, We're halfway through the week time Rick fan sites with the least Jaffe were looking headlines. Now our editor is Bill O'Neill. Twitter is banning President Trump from tweeting until he deletes a post with misinformation about Corona virus. It's a video claiming Children are almost immune from the disease. The company hid the tweet and sent Trump a request. Remove it. It's not the first time that's happened. But for Facebook, it is. Facebook took action on the same video today, taking the post down on its own for the same reason. On the topic of the pandemic, Governor Inslee says distance learning is strongly recommended in the states, high risk covert counties, and that's most of him, he adds. Hybrid distant it in class learning can happen for older kids and more moderately or low infected areas. Former vice president Joe Biden, and the rest of the speakers will not travel to Wisconsin for the Democratic National Convention. This over concerns about the Corona virus. Mark Rommel Art is covering this for ABC News and spoke with comas. Jeff Pooja. What's the plan? Now that The candidate isn't going to be there. And neither are any of the speakers. Yeah, and all virtual convention. It looks like a zoo mentioned their former vice president Joe Biden says that he will not attend or speak in person in Milwaukee for the convention and none of the other plan. Beakers will be there, either, so this will be an entirely virtual convention. Biden will accept the nomination from Delaware. The details of that where he will be if he'll be at home or not haven't been released yet. But in all virtual convention this time around, they said that part of the reason that prompted released Biden said later earlier today was that part of it was that you know, there's a restriction on the amount of people that can gather in one place at a time. 225 people is the limit in Milwaukee at the moment, and so they couldn't really feasibly. How's the convention? The way they were planning to do it anyway? The DNC even downplays the change, saying that there were so many things that had been altered because of covert 19 including that many of the speakers were going to be virtual anyways, so they actually call this Overall, a small adjustment even though the nominee himself will now be virtual. Now President Trump has also decided not to attend the Republican convention. So both conventions effectively canceled. Has there been any precedent for this in American history? Not that I'm aware of off the top of my head? Certainly not. Recent American history for entirely non attended virtual kind of convention thing That's completely unprecedented. President Trump as you mentioned, he has thiss morning on Fox and friends. Said that he may choose to speak from the White House rather than going to North Carolina. Our understanding right now is that there will be six delegates from each state and territory to travel to North Carolina. For a one night convention essentially and vote where they will nominate President Trump, but he may not speak. It sounded like the one. He said that today that he may not actually be there in person, and they choose to do it from the White House. And the conventions were a way for each candidate and each party to get their message out to the American people. How did they plan to do that now? Yeah, so that is a big point. In all of this is the message out to the American people, many of them many candidates also enjoy a convention booth. I'm their convention. So this is a very important thing for both of these candidates, So it sounds like what most both parties were looking at doing our various forms of programming, the Democrats have said. For four nights from the 17th to the 20th from 9 p.m. To 11 p.m. Eastern. They're going to do two hours of programming every day. Some stream things some live things. Obviously, there will be speakers such as former Vice President Joe Biden, and presumably, the Republicans will do something similar like it Sounds like there's only gonna be one day specifically in North Carolina, so there may be other virtual things being held over the course of the actual convention over several days. That is Como's Jeff Pooja Love reporting. It's 5 50 Rob.

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"225 people" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"225 people" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"West Ham. Judge tried to hold a bail hearing for the Tampa teenager accused of a Twitter hack that con people out of $117,000. But the hearing over resumed did not get far again. Anyone smoking on the pack. Before people interrupted with profanity, rap music and shouting. Eventually, Judge Christopher Nash did not reduce 17 year old Graham Clark $725,000 bond. He did rule that Clark would not have to prove that his $3 million in assets came to him legally. Nurses rally outside hospitals across Florida and the country today organizes call it a national day of action to demand better working conditions and equipment. Marissa Lee works at an Orlando area hospital and says the lack of things like masks Put lives in danger. You know, the sad thing about it is we're putting our paces that risk not only putting us up with, but putting also, nurses at with, Lee says they want to do their jobs. But if they get sick who takes their place? Another 225 people dead from the Corona virus. The state also announced today a record of 621 new hospitalizations for covert 19. It has infected more than 1/2 a 1,000,000 people overall and killed more than 7600. The Hillsborough County Emergency Policy Group has gone out of business after controversy over its mask rules, lockdowns and curfews. Kimberly Overman joined the rest of the county commissioner's in the unanimous vote to get rid of the group. It's my firm belief that the BOC singing is the best spot in to achieve that type of proportional representation necessary to ensure the interest of all county residents so commissioners will take over the group's functions and hold special meetings in the covered 19 pandemic every Thursday and the Tampa Bay Lightning take on the Boston Bruins this afternoon here the game here on NewsRadio Wofl coverage begins at 3 30 What is news? I'm John Mc Weston. This is a Bloomberg money minute. The job market slammed on the brakes last month payroll processor ADP says private sector employers added just 167,000 jobs. That's far less than in June and a sign that the economy is slowing is covert. 19 cases rise. Stocks air higher Despite the disappointing economic news, the report is fanning speculation that Washington lawmakers will make progress on an economic stimulus package. Now Jones Industrial Average is up 290 for the SNP is up 17. The NASDAQ Up 37 Another economic report offers a much brighter picture. US. Service businesses expanded last month at the fastest pace since February 2019 according to the Institute for Supply Management. It's up from June and better than expected. Blackstone Group has agreed to pay $4.7 billion for a roughly 75% stake and ancestry dot com ancestry has more than three million paying subscribers. Larry Kowski Bloomberg radio to nearly anyone. $500,000 is a lot of money Recently. There was someone getting ready to retire, said I'm concerned by $500,000 may not be enough to live on throughout my retirement. So we said to him if I show you a way where you could increase your income without market risk, whereby your $500,000 will potentially be worth a $1,000,000 or more of retirement didn't come throughout your life..

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"225 people" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"225 people" Discussed on KTOK

"Called in probably 15 to 16 times been told that I was gonna have a callback yet to receive any phone call or email confirmation. That's why Dustin Larson tells news for he was in line yesterday at the Will Rogers building in Oklahoma City when the office opened at a M 225 people were already in line. Ah, suspect apprehended following a pair of police chases in central Oklahoma Jones police say the first Chase started about five yesterday afternoon but was called off because of excessive speed weight. Hibler was around Shit after a second chase that ended when his motorcycle broke down near Hiawassee Road from the Katie. Okay. Weather Center and the forewarned storm team. Mostly sunny today. A high in the upper eighties. A low tonight in the mid sixties. I'm Jacqueline Scott News. Radio. 1000 Katie. Okay? On the air and online at Katie okay dot com Use Radio 1080. Okay. Oklahoma's first news fake doctors, really France. It's the Scrubs Rewatch podcast with Zach Braff in Donald Phase on, So we're going to do it like this every week becoming to you talking about the next episode of the show, and we hope that you'll watch it along with us, because that's kind of the idea. Join these Hollywood besties as they interview former cast memories, directors and even show creator Bill Lawrence about The wild nights, weddings and everything leading up to this cold, Classic TV show. They be like we just saw your movie, and I'd be like, Oh, cool. Thank you. Thank you for going. Let me tell you about our specials, and it was like only in Hollywood. Can you go see a movie and then have the star of the movie? Wait on you for dessert. Together. Zack and Donald recall the intimate journey that built a lifelong friendship. Oh, my God. This is where it all originated joint fake doctor's real friends as they remember their early success and try to figure out if the janitor was a figment of cheese. Imagination. We've already proven that time and time again, doll listen to fake doctor's real friends on the I heart radio app or wherever you listen to podcasts, Janet Marie See is a true.

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