17 Burst results for "500Milliondollar"
"500milliondollar" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"The bateman made by dick that there will not be selling multan's voting right cold um immediately so we've looked uh what percentage uh off sales overall for the company uh as a result of m s all sales today on a fixed remli small late factually one tenth go one percentage point of all total files so there isn't really any impact and of course anything like this is obviously builtin to all guidance cutting forward and scott they did talk about how the socalled nsr so that's the modern sporting rifle that's that's the trade parlance for guns like the air fifteen style weapons or about ten to twelve percent of overall revenues the dick's not likely to make it in fact still the gun debate unlikely to go anywhere guys as many more retailers have taken action could be a tough day for lbc shares shortly tomorrow as it has been scott for the last couple of years it was a thirty some dollar stock two years go all right thanks so much solvent back at headquarters going to trade this to yeah well i think that's the story i mean you know is the the whole gun conversation is so intense right now but this is a company it's been in decline this is a 500milliondollar market kept to and with a twenty percent short interest so the story on their profitability the story on the outlook for for demand is is part of it i think the the the recent newsflow obviously is challenging for these guys and you up however you want to on this but the bottom line is this is a company has been in decline for a long time i liked ex i mean when you think about what they just announced that they are going to actually not allow people to buy guns be below the age of twenty one i don't think they're alienate in a huge customer base when you look at the data when you look at the polls about how americans feel about this aid situation it's not the sort of thing that i think is a divisive is it is with this concentration of nra people so for all intents the purposes i think this is a pretty neutral to positive thing predicts especially when we're talking we spent a lot of this week chocolate socially conscious investing that sort of thing i think walmart store.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Allow us the ceo of salesforce speaking our own jim kramer moments ago about the company's quarter the stock right now is a bit volatile after hours it is slightly higher and we do have alex okay let's trade that was trade that frost people been shooting against salesforce dot com i'd valuation probably the ass forty or fifty dollars saying really it's a it's a big mistake because utah about a company that really talk about companies that moats well i happen to think that salesforce is one of them are a lot of people coming after apps i'm sure oracle would like a piece when everybody's trying to take shots but you know what they have such a headstart that try to sell the stock on valuation is a fool's errand the growth is there i think the major alltime high today by the way things go sire from year we do have jim kramer with us right now just finishing up that interview along with the interview with kevin playing jimmy there bingo totally right this yes i do love that i love that alerts test at lord's i am not a wolf bite in here let me just say this i think that this was the best quarter i've seen in five years would argue the bestever twelve billion dollar company that is growing in some measurements like you would expect from a 500milliondollar growth company this was the real deal and i know the tape is down i know the ugliness salesforce break out quarter guy you're right while it will so jimmy scott the stock is moving up as your as you're saying what you are but why do you think that the stock was was down or or barely a higher given you said it could be the best quarter ever well i think today at the close there's a lot of belief at maybe there's a lot of funky stuff happening i think people feel that there is a not an understanding frankly i don't want to be too.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on Here & Now
"Iraq and there was an investor group led by a former cabinet members as well as bids that were considered by if i think another film studio lionsgate and even a middle eastern consortium but as the weinstein companies they lost film projects in weinstein's accuser list grew you bring in lawsuits and prosecutors in well it started looking a bit too much like its best this i mean early on it was a 500milliondollar number that was bandied about and now you're talking about its liabilities in excess of its assets in make krupp say will new york's attorney general higher lawsuit against the company he was calling on the potential buyers to make sure there were millions of dollars in compensation for the victims and also protections for current employees so this company came with a lot of baggage what does first of all bankruptcy mean for those victims in those lawsuits bankruptcy is vexing lead difficult to kind of look at from the sidelines because you have corporate attorneys you have investment bankers you have a class action lawyers who are trying to represent prospective defendants in current defendants and meanwhile you have all these other creditors is that have worked with wines in companies when it was solvent and they're saying well no i get my money first i get my my first for example um i think the swiss chocolate giant lindt is owed one hundred in thirty grand for an oscars party that was cancelled and then you add that to all the other counterparties and and you know camera companies and catering accounts and everything and defendants have to be put in line behind them look put a fall i mean it first really helped launch the indy film boom with sex lies and videotapes with miramax their first company and eighty nine then they had the academy award for best picture the king's speech in 2010 that really made them on but now this huge fall what happens by the way to the product the you know the library of films they have it's going to get packed data in bankruptcy i mean more that pact that i think it's like vultures and bloated road kill the library still very valuable especially as as netflixing amazon disney and others they're competing for streaming rights the question is how much can you obscure the infamous name all over the credits and and that somebody else's problem.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"The supreme court nominee and because as a result of an organization hastily put together to support that and thirty million was put in to that to support him we don't go by who because of its designation printer of a seat for your seat four and and there was one million i think what an each by by a donor and then somebody put twenty eight million right wing that's where we are in our politics today so every time somebody like the mercer's you know the mercer's could sit there and stroke a 100milliondollar checker 500milliondollar check probably or who the hell knows i don't know how many times over there billionaires but he certainly could probably write a fifty to one hundred million dollar cheque to to someone like banning to glad re all sorts of havoc with incumbent so they're not doing that that's helpful to mikhail that makes me a little bit sad so let's hope they make up indeed all right well let's let's turn for a moment on a what's going on in terms of policy you had uh this week uh jeff sessions announced that the doj was going to roll back the directive that the obama administration had put out to its us attorney's which is uh if you are living in a state where marijuana has been legalised or decriminalised um e you are uh you you are directed to not use your limited resources on pursuing people under federal law and sessions on i guess yesterday i'm looking at the letter right now.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Actually wake up and understand how underpriced facebook ads are the price of facebook ads is going to skyrocket and you will regret like i do not spending money in a today there is an unbelievable amount of people in this room who have opinions on how facebook works for their business without ever running a facebook add we are making headline reading and emotional decisions about the current state of marketing an opportunity we are not relying enough on practitioners i have watched people by 100milliondollar contracts from one facebook add i've seen it not a guest did i heard about it we work with the jeez and the esi peas and the biggest brands and world we are grossly underestimating it's amazing to me that people sit around and talk about trump and brexit and arab spring and these macro unbelievable hus store iq cultural shifts in our society and then an hour later when they talk about their little business they're 100milliondollar 500milliondollar 1 billion dollar 10 billion dollar little business and they don't think facebook can affect it it is unbelievable naievety at and that's at best at worst you were being grossly negligent in how you're running your business out of the lisi nece to not become educated on what is actually happening in our game so i'm fascinated by this i think this is a great opportunity this is a generational situation if you look at the history of marketing television radio the internet now the social layer on top of the internet every time there is a cute shift of attention somewhere new enormous wealth is made an enormous wealth is lost and this is my friends is the biggest of them all the amount of attention shifting is extraordinary but i want you to hear something i do not believe that this is about traditional media versus digital media for example i think one of the great waste of money in the world is buying programmatic banner ads and pre roles across the web for five dollars cpm 's because it's cheap.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"There is also good similarly facing crime it was and use crew had gone to cover the problem of urban crime in albuquerque and the as they they left that found leading idol that filming equipment and they went to film the urban crime and they came out and they found in the last often have been stolen and so michelle donaldson who was the news director said i have one rule that you should never be the lead story in your own news this is violated that room under un on a track on the internet find as many pundits as you could didn't he has people nicknamed the suchandsuch bandit because they roped particular kind of placer one example is the coast to coast who only rob banks in new york los angeles yes and that was what was that there was little the lunchtime bandit who only rubbed banks between moon of one pm and the bag trick bandit who kept putting his hand in his pocket pretending to have a gun we didn't have a gun houses clever trick the spelling bee bandit spelling bee bandit spelled b by that he would pass a note to the cashier to the bank saying this is a rubery on this one probably doesn't need explaining but it's the texas butts whole tickling texas i think on you you're going to read the highlights one of my favorite criminals was in north carolina and this was this year when a 500milliondollar opiumgrowing operation was busted.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Building they'll fit came ever if you manage it it would have a chance to win a real thing they're going to win worked very right and i'm not saying that you should apply but we'll adequate put kendra very go right exactly all it's going to be set up to where you one last question i read that did cite the chinese wall posters when bosnia tax brice harper it gives me the feeling that they're not gonna try to sign brice harper and bring him back do you have any reason to believe that well i mean what have cry i mean i i think that they will make an offer i think that they will be you know engage got bored on what it would take could bring bright harper back i think got or at the idea of what it will take the tide right harper it's going to be a lot different than what the learners and and mike raza will thank if mike resulted in that job at at at that point i it my strong belief it's going to be a 500milliondollar off contract i don't i don't think that the or will will pay that and we debate the merit of that i mean it if you're going to pay one guy forty 45 million dollars a year you have to be willing to he the luxury tax threshold and build a team or right do what the dodger late and not yeah air about being pack because you can't you can't build a rock or at one hundred sixty five million dollar payroll if a quarter of batted for one no no you have to do it's it's you're saying he's lebrun like they said and clinton would accurate and we've got to have him and i don't care what it costs us we got album which by the way you and cleveland is a percent smart and 'cause he rewarded them with championship and threestraight finals so you do it that barrack.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"At first the people have starwood hated w because my pet project and then they became kind of proud of it later on in the beginning like when the new york shared filled they wouldn't send anyone to the w and then when the wsb got their own girth and gravitas and they've got their own customer base we they didn't have to do it anymore but in the beginning that the firm we were that we were like you know the st regis didn't want to be didn't want to talk to the who sheridan people so why in a way to build a culture it's darwin and it was it was i saved my prowse accomplishment in my career was creating a company and making it we over the ten years i led the company with the best performing lodging stuck in the world and um and we were the biggest hotel company in the world measured by cash flow and i i it was a it was a tough run and we had nine eleven in the middle order and i was going to leave 'cause i i really want to run a big public on me like that i like the scrutiny i was a genius than it was an idiot i got i got totally of should face by the wall street journal i got fouled by this reporter christina brinkley i hope shire's listening and i bought caesars part of identity was caesars the gaming company in las vegas and i they had just completed a 500milliondollar expansion and i'm not i never really liked the gaming business and certainly for hotels having you know all these hotels all over the world in this one division that was worth three billion over 20 billion that's what sees result with seoul for but this one asks it was probably a billion dollar asset is such a big investment to try to fix caesars that i think we should take it on it was take all of our cash flow for that year as opposed to putting three million dollars into a hundred assets i'd up but three hundred million dollars into one as in pray it worked so i decided we should probably celebrating on tela management that and he was torn at the first time i'm going up the escalator into the the the second fourball in this new tower that they added.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"The you look at some of the skill positions you know like let's let's take levy on bell for example he should be holding out that running back position you're out of the league when you're thirty one these nba guys they know they're going to have a sixteen seventeen eighteen year career if they're great the bracken sign these one in two year deals because he knows he's gonna play to his forty he's controlling his own destiny no football player can do that maybe brady mayor and rogers the quarterbacks card jadrel yeah i guess kirk cousins by the fogcast has got a dove owner who kept science of these deals but nobody even brady has to take less on the salary cap to make the team better so does rogers and um when you think about the billions and billions and billions they're making but then also streaming money coming at the nba they had some article about the nba leica basically chinese league pass g has read that article so there you know li pass in china i forget the number and i don't wanna i don't wanna say the run number but i it was something like twenty million per team or something it was up just is free money from china because all these people are getting in the league past the split everything was like a 500milliondollar deal and and they're just making money hands over fest and even though this current cba has been really good for the nba all these players are noticing all these stories they're seeing were all the digital money has gone and and with the nfl i don't i don't think it's going to translate the same way feels like the players are becoming less and less powerful here but that ruins in air in m in contra two everything were saying here i know they have their own voice on twitter the bigger than ever they can say what they want abhran can say what he wants without fear right and yet win as the w going to come at the bargaining table.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast
"One hundred percent wants to get rid of all humans uses to it so you want to get rid of yourself oh please i'm out of here undo two and blows your give a phone rubber nunes of listen all of this uh technology that they're coming up with an conspiracy theories joe believes it is to eventually deal with the planet without humans like what are we while care about the plant way of everything else evolves right and i have and i'm gonna ask this what is the evolution of technology not fucking humans than us negga fake human all right tell us what are already cohen issam a yeah that's what i'm saying listen they already china crossbreed animal the world is preparing for a world without us but i'm not going to talk about it because you already think i'm weird when i just be dumber hip hop ido wraps newsmakers bigger member is anything else soup wear import now when he talked about netflix takes out 500milliondollar line of credit some stupid people door netflix with brokers that that's not true uh let's see bill clinton slow week it has been a slowing why because to fucking artificial intelligence people's code is a bunch of shut official intelligence people is coming is the bungee shit okiro flogging masterpieces cooler black is going robbed who cares oh by imagine the good old deal your focus on oncall kit deal was mile one hundred percent deals yongchol an in what world daughter official intelligence will no no no.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"To kill snapchat this is a natural event occurring thoughts he brings me through an adamant in your book where you say the companies abortion nor sold on the show previously we've hydro fell kraushaar freestyle he said that that sold hymnal bulls i'm intrigued well how did you come to this conclusion our most the thesis behind not thinking the truth is if you go out and you try to sell your company people are going to look at it in go what are you do for you why would we need this and it's it's not a priority for the i've seen it over and over again were company say hey we're running out of money we're going to run a cell process and it never gone well now if a company like guber or airbnb before that youtube has undeniable growth and a hockey stick charts all of the people with huge chip stack start looking at it saying that is going to be a rocket ship it has escape velocity it's going to get to orbit an once it's in orbit it is very hard to take a company that's in orbit and get them to crash back down to earth in fact it will take decades so even aol in yahu which went through decades of mismanagement each they are still alive and may still exist and they still have a combined billion users right that's galilee nail al the laughing stocks the moshe mismanaged companies still have a billion users combined and they still produce billions of dollars of revenue so that shows you how hard it is to display something once it's in orbit so what happens is if something like youtube stumbles like where they had their big legal case a company like guba comes along as as yet we'll buy from you will you put five hundred million in escrow and and let's go or instagram you know they raised at a 500milliondollar valuation a couple of weeks later zuckerberg offered a billion the investors were like we're going to double our money overnight this terrible because they knew if that was an independent company.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on Science for the People
"And they're not just stored in a certain area elsewhere it may be distributed throughout the cortex that's the belief is not it's released throughout the brain arm when you think about it every experience has visual aspects of auditory aspects may be some about kim aesthetic or technical aspects if you're feeling things and touching things on some smells so really experiences are or multimodal in nature and the belief is that the different pieces of cortex on the responsible for that type of information so auditory courts for for auditory information on those of the places where you're likely to store a lot of these memories in addition to some other higher level courtesies that are involved in things like reason in judging them and so on so go one area specifically is incredibly modular for formation of this data day memories at the other there's no area you could target to sort of late retrieval of those memories entirely not to our knowledge today there's probably some a muddled some information that is critical to the memory so maybe a quarter cool index so to speak so that if you were to targeted um so you wanna do kind of the you know the 500milliondollar experiment whatever it may be to eliminate a traumatic memory right there may be certain places certain indices certain los site in the brain that if you were to target you would have a much more effectively disrupting those memories without having to disrupt every single aspect of it so there may be some critical nodes um the destruction thereof would would you know eliminate those kinds of memories but we're not there yet idled think of this if these experiments had only been done in animal models were the actual memories themselves are highly impoverished.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"Not that i can see now the assets or are a half cash and everything else looks pretty normal yeah looks so far looks sound so i would i don't i really do is but i'd say chances are you might discount the property quit aquib by maybe call it a billion instead of one point six but it's not a big number so it's not going to be hard to unload so maybe we'll call four billion stood at four point seven okay i mean still high quality assets you can tell just by looking at the numbers how can i tell well men again property plan equipment is less than cash goodwill as as low as as a as a very small number compared to the market capture the business or any of those numbers we see here is probably are reasonable are habit liabilities we owe currently abilities are right who within twelve months these are do within twelve months now that's a big numbers pretty big as a very big number this company must be buying a lot of stuff doesn't necessarily bad it means are doing a lot of business can afford to pay a billion dollars the next twelve months yes absolutely i've got the cash all right but will you'll notice is they don't have much spare cash do they know none other don't they've got about a 500milliondollar cushion sounds like a big number by it for ten billiondollar business spree small number is pretty small as interesting i wonder why they don't require very much cash you know how much cash apple hold on its balance sheet was like eighty seven billion or something a hundred and seventy billion one hundred seventy billion a why why would this company only need 500 million in terms of cash cushion between what they have in the bank and what they owe this year why would they need so little cash i'm going to guess dad they don't have a lot of research and development they probably have very few competitors and they have a client base that consistently purchases their product.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on NPR News Now
"A johnson warned the existing plan put a 500milliondollar hole in the state budget and care for hundreds of thousands could be compromised a stay has got difficult choices to face it either has to reduce the expanded medicaid coverage or we have to cut costs in the traditional medicaid program arkansas senator tom cotton helped write the senate plan hutchinson said they've been in touch but isn't saying whether cotton supports any changes for npr news i'm jacob kauffman in little rock the german parliament has voted today to legalize samesex marriage and pierre seraya at sarhadi nelson reports from berlin the vote makes germany the fifteenth european union country where samesex marriage is now legal media muslims my who knows that i own ninety nine in germany and please arrested in quads as the vote on the last day before their summer recess was announced three hundred ninety three voted for making marriage available to all and two hundred and twenty three voted against it chancellor angela merkel who earlier this week provided the opening for the vote castano ballot she hinted that the battle over the legality of samesex marriage may not be over yet and that a constitutional challenge could lie ahead for me is thea and going cassettes the if on monday fall merkel says that she interprets the german constitution as saying marriages between a man and a woman she says that is why she cast a no vote seraya sirhatti nelson npr news berlin you're listening to npr news from washington.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom
"And then sure enough you know nine eleven happened i was terrible for everybody i'm not going to get into that story but i decided that i didn't want to work there anymore but i didn't want to lose the connected with these people who i've developed this bond with very strange people joke i met him over the internet but literally you know as scores of people so when i decided not to work with the street anymore after nine eleven i i said at full fullthrottle to create a community online to affect positive change the financial understanding standing couple of months later i could opened a blog instead i spent a king's ransom to build this this platform but nonetheless bid for fifteen years in it helped a lot of people over through on a different markets the financial crisis is so be it so spiritually was great it was great process and i think you know i think that's that mean something summer absolutely and in municipal immunitor the mets sour amid you in for me was extremely valuable gupta site in the community which is jumped back in the time line you mentioned in a working with jim kramer you written morgan stanley and then how did you you you love you left morgan stanley to go work with with jim or i morgan stanley to go work at galle on to run their derivative department at the time gallian was a 500milliondollar shop a year and a half later.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"Whereas if it's a you know a the smaller you get the more likely you are to to move the needle and the more likely that the company is to be know is is uh is going to be impacted and probably you know it in the they tend to be more vault i just don't happen to think that idled happened to think the volatility is a really really great way to you know to measure risk now in that i am going against almost all of the academic research and that has ever been made so everyone uh you know please understand that i understand that i'm saying something that's not you know that's not really a backed up by academia just happened to think that companies are neil how much their stock moves is not a great metropole tony are at last question about risk in them will move on it is is there a sense in your mind that when it comes to small caps all industries are equal or do you look at a 500milliondollar energy company is more or less risky than a 500milliondollar consumer products governing you know i i i i love that question and thank you that's all the time we have for this i know because i've never really thought about it that way but but having never really thought about that way i'm going to say yes i think obviously there are industries where you have to where he he just take basically how much capital it cost to operate a certain industry in retail industry it doesn't take that much capital to launch in an electric utility industry your mining industry it takes a huge amount of capital the lodge so yes a 500milliondollar retail company market gap is vastly different to me that a five hundred million dollar mining company but i hadn't relieve i hadn't really thought in those terms before but on an industrybyindustry basis i'd say that is entirely true but it has to do with how much money it costs to be able to compete.
"500milliondollar" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"Well five trillion dollars a day craze in the forex the spreads for investors have been cut in half as a result of the foreign exchange cases and so they're making investors money and they they don't even know it but they are so the sec is on a good job there and so what what are the other cases you've worked on undoing some largesized ponzi schemes currently i have a 500milliondollar minimum onzia scheme so i tend to concentrate on the bigger ones and for public company accounting frauds my minimum there is about five billion us so how did you get into this to become a full investigation i realize that finance was both mathis truth i disapplied math and accounting proves two things that look too good to be true and when you look closely everybody else assumes genius i say both until i can prove it until then it's to me as fraud so the finance industries it's going to be perfect for that because it's full of purple to geniuses and there's a lot of money at stake so i guess fooled is gonna is everpresent my motto is assume fraud i until genius has proven and i just use math an accounting techniques and i want to see if it's really genius for something else usually it's fraud there's only one apple one google everybody else probably a fraudster briggs harry is so entertaining it's just his view of the world so deeply cynical and deeply and white and we'd it right there either geniuses will frauds nothing between there's no bumbling people cut a naked through now what he said there about is truth that to me underpins not just the fraud side of things but.