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"The company gave a feeble outlook for the third quarter and delayed production of its next generation chips for at least another year. Shares of Intel fell 16%. And tech stocks, which have been a key driver to the markets. Post pandemic recovery struggle this week is Apple and Facebook fell around 4% each, and Tesla finished the week down 5%. The market's weakness exacerbated by rising tensions with China, President Trump says the phase one trade deal means less to him now, as he blames China for both the pandemic and the havoc it's wreaked on the economy in New York. I'm Ellie Teret, Fox News. Hedge fund of Chatham Asset Management says it will pay $312 million to buy newspaper publisher McClatchy Out of a bankruptcy protection. 312 million doesn't sound like a lot of money, too. Denham says it plans to offer employees at the 30 paper chain their current jobs with the same pay and benefits. It will honor collective bargaining agreements. Chairman Kevin McClatchy, CEO Craig Foreman and fellow board directors will leave the Sacramento, California based newspaper chain when the deal closes by September 30th pending the approval of a U. S bankruptcy court judge McClatchy's owner of the eagle, right. Head in the Kansas City star, Right? Yeah, I guess. So $312 million for 30 for 30 years. That doesn't sound like very much money, but that's what they're worth at the market value is, Yeah, that's what coming out of bankruptcy, not organizations that have slashed their output and employees in recent years. You know, I was thinking about not what it was thinking about that Sunday morning, trotted out to get my weekly one newspaper. I take a weekend off. The old Sunday newspaper used to be something I look up to us to be out of stuff in it used to be a Feature it. It's pretty pretty thin these days been curious. It's coming from 6 50 Now, Stephen 10 in the morning here in on can assess what is the model portfolio or about to find out With the money tracker. That's right. Don grant cfb with us on a Monday morning. Good morning. Good morning, Stephen kids, you know, big question. How are you invested? How and win are your holdings monitored, Reviewed and re balanced or changed If you have a smattering of stocks and funds review may just maybe just to check on how they're going. And like many investors, you may sell and buy another position on Lee after market volatility. Well, a model portfolio. Maybe something for you to investigate. What is it? Well, No, it's not a large folder full of esoteric photos of tall, thin people in odd clothing, makeup, vacant stares and sucked in fish fates. Fuckers get it models it is sometimes referred to as a managed account. A model portfolio is a grouping of investments from different sectors of the economy overseen by an asset management team. The team sets the parameters and invested 50 models objectives. The goal of many models is to perform as well or better than the overall stock market. Let's say you're certified financial planner professional has helped you developed an investment plan and includes investments. In the broad stock market. Well, she may help you find a model portfolio that covers those areas. Majin fees are generally tied to performance. So the asset manager is on your side. When you make more. The manager does as well. As it managers may have hundreds of clients in the same portfolio. This may seem impersonal, but it really isn't because the customization comes in how much.
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"Rose NPR news Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Republican Corona virus relief legislation will be made public tomorrow. Enhanced unemployment benefits expire on Friday. Instead of the $600 benefit that the program has been offering. The Trump Administration wants the next package to provide 70% of an individual's usual wages. This is NPR live from Kiki Dee News. I'm Shannon Lin. The state Legislature is set to reconvene tomorrow after an extended recess due to the pandemic. At least seven state Capitol workers have tested positive for the current of virus, and the Legislature has shut down twice. The spike in cases has led the assembly to allow some lawmakers at risk for the virus to stay home and cast votes by proxy. In the assembly, legislative leaders will be allowed to cast votes for absent members during floor sessions. The state Senate will let lawmakers cast votes remotely, but only in committee hearings. Lawmakers are working to close a $54.3 billion budget shortfall because of the virus. By the end of August, a hedge fund has agreed to pay $312 million to buy the Sacramento based newspaper publisher McClatchy Out of bankruptcy is Julie Chain reports. Hedge fund Chatham Asset Management announced yesterday that it plans to offer all employees of their current jobs with the same pay and benefits. Chatham also said it will honor all current collective bargaining agreements. But top executives, including the chairman, Kevin McClatchy, will step down when the deal closes. Ending the McClatchy families, 163 year old control of the company. McClatchy, which owns the Sacramento Bee, along with 29 other newspapers, is one of the largest newspaper companies in the country. The company filed for bankruptcy earlier this year due to a heavy debt load and decline in the newspaper industry. The deal still needs the approval of a bankruptcy court judge and a hearing is scheduled for early next month. I'm Julie Chang News. And in San Francisco..
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"A powerful message for his country. We all play a part in the process of making our nation and our world a better place, and we need to step up to the plate, take a stand and do just that. Troy's mayor, Jason Reeves said it's important to note that in 1965 state troopers beat Lewis and other marchers during the bloody Sunday protest for voting rights. And today they're escorting his body to other memorial services in both Selma and Montgomery. For NPR News on Kyle Gass it in TROY, Alabama. This is NPR Live from Kiki Dee News. I'm Kate Wolf. Police say a San Francisco immunity operator was assaulted after asking three passengers to wear facial coverings this week is Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez. Reports immunity operator was attacked with 1/2 size baseball bat after asking three young men to wear masks aboard immunity bus. In the south of Market neighborhood. In the bus driver asked him to wear a mask, one of the young man spat at the driver and accused him of having Corona virus himself because he's Asian. That's according to the mini operators, a union who told me that after the assault bus drivers may be more reluctant to ask people to wear masks. San Francisco issued stricter mask requirements Friday, but the union said it remains unclear who will actually enforce those rules aboard. Minibuses. I'm Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez News. Hedge fund has agreed to pay $312 million to buy. Longtime Sacramento based newspaper publisher McClatchy Out of bankruptcy securities. Julie Chang reports Hedge fund Chatham Asset Management announced yesterday that it plans to offer all employees of their current jobs with the same pay and benefits. Chatham also said it will honor all current collective bargaining agreements. But top executives, including the chairman, Kevin McClatchy, will step down when the deal closes. Ending the McClatchy families, 163 year old control of the company. Clatchey, which owns the Sacramento Bee, along with 29 other newspapers, is one of the largest newspaper companies in the country. The company filed for bankruptcy earlier this year due to a heavy debt load and decline in the newspaper industry. The deal still needs the approval of a bankruptcy court judge and a hearing is scheduled for early next month. On Julie Chang News more online at dot org's I'm Kate Wolf. Support comes from personal.
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"Hedge fund has agreed to pay $312 million to buy long time newspaper publisher McClatchy Out of bankruptcy. Hey Cuties. Julie Chang reports the hedge fund Chatham Asset Management announced yesterday that it plans to offer all employees of their current jobs with the same pay and benefits. Chatham also said it will honor all current collective bargaining agreements. But top executives, including the chairman, Kevin McClatchy, will step down when the deal closes, ending the McClatchy families, 163 year old control of the company. McClatchy, which owns the sacramental be along with 29 other newspapers, is one of the largest newspaper companies in the country. The company files for bankruptcy earlier this year due to a heavy debt load and decline in the newspaper industry. The deal still needs the approval of a bankruptcy court judge and a hearing is scheduled for early next month.
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"Bob brought you by the Bell Brothers. It's a look at your KPK forecast tonight. We'll see Clear skies tonight Expect a low 58 to 62 Plenty of sunshine on tap For tomorrow. Tomorrow we'll reach a high 92 94. Abundant sunshine Wednesday. Seasonably warm Wednesday. We'll see a high of 94 to 98 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shana News, 93.1 Kfbk. And we've got Granite Bay at 93 90 and GALT and Sacramento 88 degrees Now, OK, let's get some business and money News. Kelly brothers from Genevieve's Burford and brothers, McClatchy is no longer under control of the McClatchy family. This ends a 163 year run where the family controlled the paper. Of course, it was a public trading company, but they still had control with the amount of shares that they own. But of course, they went bankrupt a few months ago, and Chatham Asset Management the hedge fund out of New Jersey that was the biggest creditor to McClatchy. They bought them in a bankruptcy auction. No word on changes to come yet, although it looks like their pension will be spun off to the pension guarantee corporation, no word on whether those payments Pensioners will be modified in any way. Yet market overall today got good news about potential vaccines early on. But then more bad news about a surgeon cases in California, of course, shutting down once again across the state, especially when it comes to indoor dining places of worship winery's tasting room theaters and not to mention bars. Final numbers today, the Dow Jones industrial average after being up early, finished up only 10 points at 26,085. The NASDAQ was down 2%. 3 10,090 The S and P off by 30 points. Gold up 10 18 14 announced 10 year bond deal, 100.62% are thanks to Kelly as the discussion continues on how and when to reopen schools. A CDC report marked for internal use only was obtained by The New York Times. It's about schools in the Corona virus, 69 pages. ABC is Alex Parrish, a tells us what's in the report confirms, Ah lot of fears that some folks have and essentially the report. It said that reopening schools and university remained the highest risk for spreading this Corona virus. The talking point section of this report, it was critical of some noticeable gas in all the K through 12 reopening plan that reviewed Saying that while many jurisdictions in district mentioned symptoms screening very few include information as to the response or course of action that would take if students, faculty and staff are found to have symptoms of Corona virus. So, Alex. What impact does this have on individual states plans for re opening schools? That is, That is a critical part of all this right? I mean, the CDC has has released its guidelines now. We've seen from the administration at various points in time over the last week. Kind of fluctuation in, you know are these just guidelines are the recommendations. Are there addendum to this? A lot of these guys like to include things like having desks that air six feet apart. Mandating Max for students, But you know we've seen from various members of the administration. Some of these guidelines can Khun B. Revised or or taken into account, or you don't need to do all of them. That was something that education secretary Betsy DeVos had mentioned over the weekend. So there haven't been any clear cut answers. And I think because of that you're seeing some district especially out in California like L. A and San Diego Unified who've already said, Listen, come this fall. We're going to be virtual. And that's a B C's. Alex push a 6 25 Hey, we're going to pay your bills with their next chance to $1000 coming up. Congratulations to Anna Mire of antelope and is our latest local winner. Halle Berry. This pandemic we have we've been doing okay. So far. We take precautions and just kind of stayed home most of the time. I have been entering this contest. I can't tell you how many months? I don't know. Well, usually if it if it has no car ride, so I thought I was going to answer this. I'm so close. I dead. Oh, yeah, actually hanging going to get something nice for the family. I am Anna and I just won $1000 to pay my bill just for Listeningto I heart radio. Thank you for having that the contest. I appreciate it. That's how it works. You could be our next winter of $1000 at the bottom of the hour. Listen for the key word it's texted into win. It's 12 chances today to $1000 is we try to help you pay your bills on news? 93.1 cave, Okay? Stay close to the facts as we continue to bring you fresh news, updates with insight and perspective, whether you're a new listener or have been with us for decades. Thank you for trusting us to bring you local news, breaking.
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"The car insurance and a whole new life Liberty Mutual insurance Tennessee governor Billy signed one of the strictest abortion bands in the country but was quickly blocked by a federal giant. Under Tennessee's new law, Abortions or band, once of fetal heartbeat is detected in about six weeks into pregnancy. Those similar to other states like Mississippi and Georgia, Tennessee's law immediately blocked by a federal judge, U S District Judge William Campbell in Nashville, issuing a temporary restraining order writing that he is bound by the Supreme Court holdings of prohibiting undue burden. It's on the availability of abortions. Supporters of the law hope their case heads to an increasingly conservative U. S. Supreme Court. Jeff Malone. Also Fox News federal government reporting the biggest monthly deficit and history last month of spending on programs to combat the recession exploded in millions of job losses cut into tax revenues. The Treasure Department, saying the deficit hit $864 billion last month. A major newspaper chain has a new owner. Hedge fund manager. Chatham Asset Management is buying the Clatchey, publisher of 30 daily newspapers, including the Miami Herald, Sacramento Bee and Kansas City Star Macleod. She was family owned for 163 years the publishing company had filed for bankruptcy reorganization, and Chatham was the highest bidder in a bankruptcy auction. Chatham was also McClatchy's largest creditor. The hedge fund already owns American Media, parent Company of the National Enquirer and Canadian newspaper chain Post Media. GeneCo's Sola You new animated star Wars, Siri's focused on an elite group of clones will debut on Disney Plus next year, the company says the Syriza he called Star Wars the bad batch and will follow the clones. In a rapidly changing galaxy following the clone war. I'm Lee Scylla, Sarah and this is Fox News..
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"Mayor de Blasio wants everyone wearing a mask indoors in New York City, except when they're at home new guidance on masks from New York City today. Number two, New York State's Board of Regents says If schools reopen in September, everyone will have to wear a mask. For three years with governor Cuomo had to say it maintains its too early to decide whether schools in New York can reopen in the fall. But he's elaborating on some of the considerations. The formula is this Schools will reopen. If that region is in phase four. And the daily infection rate. Remains 5% or lower over a 14 day average. Okay. Urine face for And you're under 5%. Infection rate. That means the viruses under control. That means it's safe to reopen. And then the school's can proceed to re opening in that region. Exactly how you look at the state guidelines. This determination will be made the first week in August. Second question is What happens if between the first week in August. And the day school opens the virus spikes. I don't want to be in a position where we made a determination. August 7th. And then the virus spikes, but we already said the schools were going to reopen. So the safety valve there's a floor. Schools will close if the regional infection rate is above 9% on a seven day average. Okay? So You get a green light. Reopen in a region if you're in face for And the infection rate is 5% or lower. If the infection rate goes over 9%. On a seven day average. That means the virus is moving rapidly. Then it is not intelligent to open Governor Cuomo there again a lot of numbers, a lot of benchmarks and milestones to absorb their but the governor laying down what it will take to open schools for in person learning Governor Cuomo. They're just tio matter of maybe half an hour ago, making that announcement about schools. Childcare facilities in New York City are opening today with restrictions. No more than 15 kids are allowed in the room at any time. The instructors and caretakers are wearing masks, though Children do not while they're on the property. There will be daily health screenings in the sharing of toys and supplies are limited is childcare facilities opening up in New York City again today? You wonder if the McClatchy newspapers they're gonna have a Little Jersey attitude from now on America's second largest newspaper chain, is being taken over by Chatham Asset Management, which is a New Jersey hedge fund. Klatches. Bankruptcy restructuring ends 163 years of family control. The chain is based in Sacramento and includes the Miami Herald, Kansas City Star, Fort Worth Star Telegram and the flagship Sacramento Bee Changing times in the world of the McClatchy newspapers. 12 18 WCBS News.
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"In downtown Sacramento. Your news, 93.1 kfbk along Tim Lance in for Sam Shane this week. I'm Christina Madonna. So let's get over to Kelly Brothers from Genevieve's Burford and brothers. So Kelly now that hedge fund is the high bidder for McClatchy, what happens next? Very good question. What we do know is that this ends 163 years of family control of McClatchy papers. So, ah, sad passing in that regard the McClatchy family obviously A big part of the Sacramento scene, especially when it comes to philanthropy for a long, long time, But They were done in by legacy pension costs. Um and buy a in retrospect, was a bad decision to take on Knight Ridder and take on billions of dollars of debt just as the industry was changing dramatically. And so all that kind of sunk them. They went into bankruptcy a few months ago. And now Chatham Asset Management, which is a New Jersey based hedge fund will be running McClatchy, the parent company of the Sacramento Bee. As for pensioners, We don't know We're still waiting for some clarity there. We believe that the pension will be transferred out to the pension guarantee core would result in what I think it 1 to 1.5 $1,000,000,000 movement of cash from McClatchy. Not to a handled liability of that pension. What it means to pensioners in terms of will their benefits, change or be modified. That has yet to be announced, so we'll have to wait and see the market Overall today is higher. Fizer and bio in Tech out of Germany, both given fast track stance by the FDA for Corona virus vaccines. That means they're starting to work now 30,000 live subjects to see how the vaccine works out. Or if there are side effects, they hope to have 100 million doses of each done before the end of 2020. Here are the Realtor time numbers this morning is were often trading the Dow's up 3 48 at 26 for 23. NASDAQ up 1 56 at 7 10,074 The S and P, up 34 points. Getting very close to be even year to date, still slightly lower, but less than 1% lower for the year. Gold up six oil Down slightly 10 year bond yield at 100.65 Thank you very much. Kelly brothers will check back with Kelly in less than 30 minutes here on Kfbk right now. Monday, July 13th. It's what year What happened, Albert? Yes, the year have his 1942 And today is hair. So Ford's birthday in 42? Yeah. Celebrating at home? Yes. Yes. He will know that every time he still is he still married to. Ah, yeah, I think they're some right now. Let me feel Oh, wow. They're married. Oh, yeah, For quite a mom didn't know that OK, Next wanna have the year 1930 that's when the first ever football or as we call it, soccer World Cup competition began in Uruguay. Wow. Yeah, It was 1931. I love the world's way back. And that's when I have his 19. Okay, Well, okay, That's your wife's name. Blossom will come the next time I have his 1960 that's when the US Democratic Convention nominated JFK for president. As the presidential candidate. And the last one I have is the year 1992 baby Gat. Yes,.
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"And the U. S tops the list of hot spots. There were more than 230,000 new cases reported yesterday. That includes more than 66,000 in the U. S. Top health official of Johns Hopkins University, says the country's fight against Corona virus isn't going well at all. It's really serious. I think the country is not in a good place with respect to covert right now. That's dr dot Tom Ingles be on Fox News Sunday says We shouldn't just accept hundreds of people dying from the virus every day, he suggested. The lack of unified message on things like wearing a mask. Inglesby advocates for the various mitigation members met measures meant to slow the spread of the virus, including face mast, and, he says, in some cases States may have to consider shutting things down again. Florida accounted for most of the cases in the US yesterday, up nearly 15,000 in New York. Some good news, the city they're reporting zero Covad 19 deaths of first since the disease hit. Once the nation's epicentre of the virus in New York City ended a four month stretch where they had a death every day since March 11th. More than 18,000 people have died there since its first tally. The CEO of KinderCare says his company has been forced to shut down numerous facilities across the country do to Corona virus outbreak the last three months. We closed about 70 of our centers for 14 days. Oh, and we have closed 120 of them for 72 hours on. White says the difference in the amount of closing time is based on the number of positive cases in a facility. Despite the closures, why'd says they keep Children in one classroom? And require all teachers to wear masks. Among other mitigation efforts. Researchers and doctors in northern Italy say the long term effects of cove in 19 even on people who suffered a mild infection could be far worse. Then originally thought, psychosis, insomnia, kidney disease, spinal infections, strokes, chronic tiredness and mobility issues. All are being identified Informer Corona virus patients in Italy. In the Lombardy region, the worst affected region in that country. The doctors warned that some victims may never recover from the illness and that all age groups are vulnerable. Chicago coming off another violent weekend filled with gun violence. At least 60 people have been shot across the city over the weekend. At least 10 of those have died during the recent George Floyd demonstration Complaints against Chicago Police skyrocketed. WG Ens James Here's report. Sometimes review finds police complaints hit record levels last month, including one day June 4th with nearly 100 complaints. Between May 26th and June 29th. There are more than 900 of them black lives matter claims it reflects a spike in police brutality for comparison in 175 complaints were filed during the NATO summit, and there were 79 complaints after the Laquan McDonald video was released. James Sears wg anew and now W. G and sports. Here's handy Maser Ray are the Redskins No longer the Washington NFL franchises retired the nick name and logo, according to achieve statement. A thorough review into the nickname again on July 3rd, has now concluded with the retiring in the name of the logo. A new nickname has not been announced. Yet. Reports do indicate, though, that the color scheme of Burgundy and gold will stay even after the change NFL players around the league going to find out today whether they're going to be reporting to camp in a couple of weeks. Llegan Union report. We will discuss their plan to get things back to work. The players want daily testing and no preseason games. The league, though favoring testing on alternate days and two preseason games. Lakersguard Rage on Rondo broke his right thumb and practice with the Lakers yesterday in Orlando. The veteran point guard not will be out for 6 to 8 weeks. Sock summer camp Continuing yesterday on the South side, there are a few highlights, including a couple of home runs from Tim Anderson, one from Andrew von. They ain't gunning three scoreless innings of work the White Sox back an inter squad action later on today, it guaranteed rate field at the Cubs summer camp. Anthony Rizzo took some live attic practice for the first time still day to day with back stiffness. Manager David Roscoe said that he thought Rizzo look good. He'll be evaluated later today. Jon Lester, looking good and his first outing in the summer to plus innings of work and four strikeouts. Prep for the playoffs beginning today for the Blackhawks and other teams around the end each other qualified for the postseason training cancel officially open later today. Across the league Hawks will be in Edmondson in a few weeks for an opening round playoff series against the Oilers Game one of the best of five series coming up on August 1st on the home of the Blackhawks, Northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball. Andy Maser wds Pour Your Money on W G N stocks are up in early trading on Wall Street this morning as CEOs across the country Repair to tell their investors how much money they made or lost in the spring as the Corona virus pandemic pounded the economy. The S and P 500 right now is of more than percent of 33 points. The Dow is of 330 Nearly a percent in 1/4. The NASDAQ is up 145 points, nearly a percent and the half Treasury yields also climbing, though some hesitant still hanging over the markets as the price of gold tick higher Wall Street expecting most CEOs to report dismal results for this spring, But analysts are forecasting that the second quarter likely marked The bottom four earnings declines. Hedge fund Chatham Asset Management says it plans to buy newspaper McClatchy out of bankruptcy, ending 163 years of family control. And I'm Steve Britannic. John Chicago's very own 7 20 W G. N little that I know when.
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"In the morning and portion of July and August are known as the dog days of summer, and they will feel like it today in the South. Anke weather dot com. Meteorologist Michael Asinine has the forecast It will be hot across the Southwest. Today, A full day of sunshine will help to boost afternoon temperatures well past the century mark from southern New Mexico into Southern California. With temperatures in some locations like Phoenix, nearing record levels again this afternoon to be warm and dry across much of the Pacific Northwest. But cooler Canadian air will keep eyes in the sixties and seventies across much of Montana. It'll be warm and dry across much of the Midwest into the Great Plains. Today, High temperatures from the western Great Lakes into the central Plains will be mainly in the eighties and nineties. However, the southern Plains, including much of Texas in western Oklahoma, will broil amid blazing sunshine and triple digit heat. A storm system moving out of the northern Rockies and into central Canada will spark strong to perhaps severe thunderstorms across portions of eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota Today, Any of these feisty thunderstorms can bring torrential downpours, large hail, damaging wind gust and perhaps even a tornado. To be unsettled along the Eastern seaboard from Maine to Florida today, a storm system moving through the Northeast will bring with it showers and heavy, gusty thunderstorms. Any of the thunderstorms across eastern New England this afternoon may become severe with brief but heavy downpours, hail and damaging wind gusts. Showers and thunderstorms will be comin along the mid Atlantic coast down into the southeast, and some of the thunderstorms across eastern North Carolina may become severe this afternoon with last flooding and damaging winds. And that's the nation's weather. Mackey weather dot com Meteorologist Mike Listen e hedge fund. Chatham Asset Management says it plans to buy newspaper publisher McClatchy Out of bankruptcy, ending 163 years of family control. McClatchy puts.
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"And Justice for all wants officers charged after Dashcam video shows them hitting Laurie and holding his nose shut. While trying to get drugs out of his mouth during an arrest. Both the corner and the state's attorney's office say Lori died of a drug overdose and that the officers did not contribute to his death. Lori's family is now calling for the Illinois attorney general to launch an independent investigation. Striking nurses and their supporters are making noise outside ST Joseph's Medical Center in Joliet, Mita Health and the nurses union have not been able to reach a new contract since their last one expired in May. The strike started July 4th. The nurses union shot down the latest proposal over the weekend. They remain concerns their staffing conditions, including the number of patients per nurse investigators are looking for a man who they say robbed a bank in suburban Glen Ellen over the weekend happened Saturday morning at the Glen Ellyn Bank and Trust on Roosevelt Road. Suspect is described as being a man in his fifties who was wearing a reflective vest of beige brimmed hat and a red bandana over his face. Now. With W G in sports. Here's Andy Maser. It was hard not to think about Tim Anderson Incredible 2019 season when he hit a pair of homers in the team's inter squad game yesterday. Yes, he provided a backflip after the 1st 1 bench. Coach Joe McEwing likes what he sees so far from the shortstop, hit balls hard and driving all parts of the field and On both sides, You know, Defensively, His jumps have been amazing getting off the ball and We've been really focusing on keeping his head in there, staying through it and finishing this throws and I mean his jumps. This jumps have been amazing, and that the plate it's just continue to be a lot of positives. Also harboring in the game yesterday was Andrew von Dane Dunning with three scoreless innings. Cubs got there working at Wrigley Field yesterday. The biggest news Anthony Rizzo, taking live BP for the first time this summer. He's been slowed by back sort is Jon Lester through for the first time as well to plus innings of work with four strikeouts. Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen was late to camp and he revealed yesterday the reason why he says you tested positive for covert 19 before. The start of summer camp, Maybe getting the virus from his four year old son, Jansen says he'll be ready for the season opener. Time for things to get going in the NHL today, training camps officially open later on, the Black Hawks will be on the ice and 5th 3rd Arena will be their first full teamwork out. The Hawks traveled to Edmonton based the Oilers in the opening round of the playoffs. That best of five series will start on August 1st. Sounds like the Washington NFL franchise will retire Redskins as a nickname sometime today, according to reports a thorough review into the nickname began on July 3rd and has now concluded it is not known at this time what Washington will choose as this new nickname Or when it will formally announced that new name Condor Akala wins. The PGA worked a charity open in a playoff. Manchester City has successfully overturned. It's two year ban from the Champions League and the Chicago Red Stars beat the Utah Royals one nil in the nation and national women's Soccer Leagues Challenge Cup on the home of the Blackhawks, Northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball and a maser WG and support your money on W G N Global sheriff's rising today cheered on by a Pete projections for a global economic rebound. That have been tempered by worries over expanding Corona virus outbreaks, especially here in the U. S in early trading of the CAC in France is up nearly percent this morning. Germany's DAX is higher as well by almost 2% as well. In London, the market's up by nearly percent in Asia. Japan's benchmark Deke and Nikkei closed up nearly two and 1/4 higher. South Korea's index gained nearly 1.5%. Hong Kong's index rose nearly 2/10 of a percent and the market in China nearly 2%. Shares in Singapore and Thailand fell. Wall Street futures or higher down futures are up about 200 points this morning. Hedge fund Chatham Asset Management says it plans to buy newspaper publisher McClatchy out of bankruptcy, ending 163 years of family control. The Tron did not put a price on the deal in an announcement that came yesterday, and a new study out of MIT suggests that leaving the middle seat empty on planes can cut the spread of covert 19 in half. With a full plane. You have won one in 4300 chance of catching Cove, according to the study. With the middle seat empty that risk becomes one in 7700. American Airlines and United recently started booking middle seats again. I'm Steve Krizan H on Chicago's very own. 7 20 W. G. N. Hi. This is Jay Foreigner CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. We can help guide you to those.
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"Know, an instinct when you're looking at an animal. So like, you know, get the animal down or tryto subdue them, and I don't really feel that That this victim was looked at as a human police say the man was admitted to the hospital and was later released. The incident is under investigation. The department's recently unveiled use of force policy states use of necklace traits is prohibited. For NPR news. I'm telling Pratt in Allentown President Trump is criticizing a privately built Border wall project in South Texas. NPR's Jill Rose reports the stretch of wall near the Rio Grande shows signs of erosion. A few months after being built, President Trump took to Twitter to complain that the privately built border wall was quote on Ly done to make me look bad. Even though the wall was built after a month's long campaign by the president's supporters, a group calling itself we build the wall raised more than $25 million after Congress refused to fund trumps demands for a border wall. The three mile section stands much closer to the Rio Grande than the government ordinarily places border barriers. Propublica and the Texas Tribune reported this week that erosion of the river Bank is threatening the wall's integrity. It was built by Fisher Industries, which has since one a border wall contract from the federal government worth more than a $1,000,000,000. Melrose NPR news and you are listening to NPR names from Culver City, California. Multiple media reports, including stories by The Washington Post, CNN, ESPN say the owner of Washington's NFL team will soon announce that it will retire its nickname Redskins. This. After one of the teams major sponsors, FedEx joined a chorus of groups calling for change following nationwide protest after the police feeling of George Floyd in Minnesota. The McClatchy newspaper chain has approved the bid of a hedge fund company to buy it at a bankruptcy auction. As NPR's David Folkenflik reports Chatham Asset Management owned a lot of the companies Deads. McClatchy owns major regional papers in Charlotte, Sacramento, Rally in Miami among other major cities. Chatham Asset Management already has two significant media properties won a major Canadian newspaper company. The other is the National Enquirer, which got dicey as the tabloid became entangled in payments to keep President Trump's extramarital affair Secret. Chatham is based in New Jersey, and plays hardball. So it is one of the other believed bitters Alden Global Capital, another investment fund that owns nearly 200 newspapers, and has a reputation for slashing budgets beyond its peers for even greater profits. McClatchy says the Chatham deal allows it to emerge as a single company serving 30 communities. The big goes before a judge for review later this month. David Folkenflik NPR news despite a fresh Corona virus outbreak in Hong Kong, Government and anti government morning about possible violations of the new security law. More than half a 1,000,000 voters cast ballots this weekend in an unofficial primary election by the city's pro democracy movement organizer's Imed Wallace like Hotel NPR news..
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"With their rules and mandating health procedures. You know it's time to stand up and fight. She says. This is not a time to stay quiet, adding the silent majority needs to rise up and call an end to mandatory mask wearing this as the number of current virus infections in the U. S jump past 3.3 million with more than 135 Cove in 19 deaths across the nation. President Trump is criticizing a privately built border wall project in South Texas. As NPR's Jill Rose reports the stretch of wall near the Rio Grande shows signs of erosion. A few months after being builds. President Trump took to Twitter to complain that the privately built border wall was quote on Ly done to make me look bad. Even though the wall was built after a month's long campaign by the president's supporters, a group calling itself we build the wall raised more than $25 million after Congress refused to fund trumps demands for a border wall. The three mile section stands much closer to the Rio Grande than the government ordinarily places border barriers. Propublica and the Texas Tribune reported this week that erosion of the river Bank is threatening the wall's integrity. It was built by Fisher Industries, which has since one a border wall contract from the federal government worth more than a $1,000,000,000. Joel Rose. NPR News Oregon Governor Kate Brown and the states to Democratic senators are blaming President Trump for the shooting of a peaceful protester in Portland last night. Jonathan Levinson from Oregon Public Broadcasting reports a 26 year old was shot in the head by federal law enforcement officers. In a video posted online, 26 year old Donovan La Bella is seen holding a speaker above his head. Shots of impact missions can be heard and LaBella collapses to the ground. Bella's mom says Donovan LaBella came out of surgery for facial and skull fractures early this morning. Governor Brown and U. S. Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley are laying blame for the shooting at President Trump's feet. On Friday, Trump said he sent federal law enforcement officers to Portland, claiming local officials had lost control of the situation after six weeks of racial justice protests. In a statement. Governor Brown says the incident was the tragic and avoidable result of the president pushing for force and violence in response to protests on Twitter White and said Trump and Homeland Security must now answer for why federal officers were acting like an occupying army. For NPR news. I'm Jonathan Levinson in Portland, and you are listening to NPR news from Culver City, California. The McClatchy newspaper chain has approved bid of a hedge fund company to buy it at a bankruptcy auction. As NPR's David Folkenflik reports Chatham Asset Management owned AH lot of the company's debt. McClatchy owns major regional papers in Charlotte, Sacramento, Rally in Miami among other major cities. Chatham Asset Management already has two significant media properties won a major Canadian newspaper company. The other is the National Enquirer, which got dicey as the tabloid became entangled in payments to keep President Trump's extramarital affairs secret. Chatham is based in New Jersey, and plays hardball. So it is one of the other believed bitters Alden Global Capital, another investment fund that owns nearly 200 newspapers, and has a reputation for slashing budgets beyond its peers for even greater profits. McClatchy says the Chatham deal allows it to emerge as a single company serving 30 communities. The big goes before a judge for review later this month. David Folkenflik NPR news despite a fresh Corona virus outbreak in Hong Kong and government warnings about possible violations of a new security law, more than half a 1,000,000 voters cast ballots this weekend in an unofficial primary election by the city's pro democracy movement organizer's Hong Kong's constitutional affairs minister warned last week that these primaries could be a breach of the new national security law on the territory by China from two weeks ago. But voters came out in the hundreds of thousands, some saying they just want to hold the government accountable, hoping to field candidates for for an upcoming legislative pole. I'm due. A holy psycho Tell NPR news in Culver City. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..
Hedge fund wins auction for bankrupt McClatchy newspaper chain
"There's some news for readers and employees of the Fort Worth Star Telegram. Chatham Asset Management is a hedge fund based in New Jersey. It put forth the winning bid in Sunday's court sanctioned auction over the bankrupt McClatchy newspaper chain, which on several major local newspapers, including the Fort Worth Star Telegram, The Charlotte Observer and the Miami Herald. The proposed agreement positions McClatchy to exit Chapter 11 protection in the third quarter of this year after filing for it back in February. The agreement between the Clatchey and Chatham Asset is subject to court confirmation and is scheduled for a hearing on July 23rd in 1922. It was Star Telegram owner Raymond Carter, who started via radio with an initial budget of $300 saying when the Star Telegram station spent it all he would pull the plug. The station celebrates its 1/100 birthday in May of
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Still have capacity, but it does cause me a lot of concern. The number of Corona virus cases in Florida has been rising for months as the state reopened parts of its economy, But it wasn't until the last week that the daily death toll began rising too. A record number of new cases comes Justus. Parts of Walt Disney World in Orlando reopened to the public over the weekend. Joel Rose. NPR News Oregon Governor Kate Brown and the states to Democratic senators are blaming President Trump for the shooting of a peaceful protester in Portland last night. Jonathan Levinson from Oregon Public Broadcasting reports a 26 year old was shot in the head by federal law enforcement officers. In a video posted online, 26 year old Donovan La Bella is seen holding a speaker above his head. Shots of impact missions can be heard and LaBella collapses to the ground. Bella's mom says Donovan LaBella came out of surgery for facial and skull fractures early this morning. Governor Brown and U. S. Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley are laying blame for the shooting at President Trump's Feet. On Friday, Trump said he sent federal law enforcement officers to Portland, claiming local officials had lost control of the situation after six weeks of racial justice protests. In a statement. Governor Brown says the incident was the tragic and avoidable result of the president pushing for force and violence in response to protests on Twitter White and said Trump and Homeland Security must now answer for why federal officers were acting like an occupying army. For NPR News. I'm Jonathan Levinson in Portland. The U. S. Navy says at least 17 sailors and four civilians were injured after an explosion on a ship in Southern California. The blast occurred at enable base in San Diego. The fire is under investigation. We're listening to NPR news in Washington. Mass was celebrated today on the grounds of a historic Catholic church in southern California that was heavily damaged by fire on Saturday. The blaze destroyed the rooftop and most of the interior of San Gabriel mission. The church was currently under renovation to markets Upcoming 250th anniversary The McClatchy newspaper chain has approved a bid of a hedge fund company to buy it at a bankruptcy auction. NPR's David Folkenflik report Chatham Asset Management owned Ah lot of the company's debts. McClatchy owns major regional papers in Charlotte, Sacramento, Rally in Miami among other major cities. Chatham Asset Management already has two significant media properties won a major Canadian newspaper company Thie, Others. The National Enquirer, which got dicey as the tabloid became entangled in payments to keep President Trump's extramarital affairs secret. Chatham is based in New Jersey, and plays hardball. 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"Hedge fund Chatham Asset Management plans on buying newspaper publisher McClatchy out of bankruptcy for an undisclosed amount. The class. She was one of the largest newspaper companies in the country owning 30 papers, including the Miami Herald, The Charlotte Observer. And the Sacramento
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"And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. Hedge fund manager Chatham Asset Management has emerged as the winner in a bankruptcy auction for McClatchy Company. That ends 163 years worth of family ownership for the newspaper chain. The sale announced by McClatchy today must be approved by the judge overseeing the bankruptcy. McClatchy publishes some 30 daily papers, including The Miami Herald, The Sacramento Bee in the Kansas City Star Credit Suisse Group could cut hundreds of jobs as the Swiss lender considers different savings plans that would allow it to reach its profit targets. That's according to Swiss newspaper Song Tags, I tongue which didn't say where he got the information. Tesla has cut the price of its model Y cross over less than four months after starting sales. Tesla's website says the starting price for the model why is now $3000 lasted just under 50,000. West Elm says it will devote more shelf space two products from black owned businesses and prioritize diversity in the workplace. More from Bloomberg's Courtney Donahoe, the home goods retailer, signed on to the 15% pledge a grassroots suffered to increase representation of black owned brands and stores across the country. William Tsunami unit said in a statement that would also increase the share of black employees at the corporate level to a minimum of 15%. The plan adds to renew push across corporate America to address systemic racism. Courtney Donna hope Bloomberg Radio Several banks are on the schedule to kick off earning season, including J. P. Morgan Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs Beyond Melon and Citigroup. They all start off the earning season. Mohamed El Erian, chief economic advisor, Italians, the parent company of Pimco, and a Bloomberg opinion columnist. Says. For most, Cos it comes down to three issues is my values strong enough be was the mon and where you're going. Looks like and see what is my cost structure is going to look like Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg Thiss,.
Hedge fund Chatham plans to buy newspaper publisher McClatchy out of bankruptcy, ending 163 years of family control
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"Communications network for the show happen. Vic? Thanks daniels. Worked at the dials and victims to offer tuning in. We really do predate it don't forget the follow us on Twitter and on Facebook, the doctor Dolly show. So I I the big headline today in the news as on Jeff Bezos, and I guess his alleged lover Lawrence Sanchez now from what I understand visas. Right. He's the Amazon founder, he's a billionaire. This is just a story that just it just gets worse and worse. And so Trump has had some issues with these because he thinks Amazon is becoming a big unchecked giant. Now. Just recently discovered that visas was having an affair. So he and his wife. Apparently now in the process of getting divorce and pictures of his. Alleged lover. And then hanging out as kind of now been very pervasive in the media and social media over the last week or two. Well, now, the national enquirers involved because apparently. There's a rumor that the National Enquirer. Blackmailed visas. In terms of extortion and blackmail, as they would release nude pictures that they have of him and his girlfriend. So the National Enquirer. I mean, I've known about the Enquirer says the eighties. I don't know when actually the National Enquirer, you know, started. I was younger, but I just remember that the national choir always seems to have scoop. Sometimes it's true. Sometimes it's not. At American media is now defending Email set by national choirs chief content officer and the firm's legal team threatening to publish nude photos of Jeff Bezos and his mistress. If he did not drop an investigation into how editors learned of his billionaires affair. The American media believes fervently that it acted lawfully in the reporting of the story of Mr. visas and further at the time of the recent allegations made by Mr. Bezos, it wasn't good faith negotiations to resolve all matters with nonetheless in light of the nature of the allegations published by Mr. the board has convened and determined that it should promptly and thoroughly investigate the claims. So apparently American media board is comprised of foreign vegetables, David pecker. Evan Ratner who is an asset management chairman or partner, very Schwartz also partner of Chatham asset management, David Hughes, the former executive vice president treasurer and chief financial officer of Trump entertainment resorts. That's why this gets a little stick Chatham asset management has an eighty percent stake in American media. According to Bloomberg. Now, I don't know who owns the wider. What all that means. But it's a big. And I guess at one Email Howard comments that the Washington Post poised to publish unsubstantiated. Rumors of the national enquirers initial report I wanted to describe to you the photos obtain during our news gathering. And then he goes on to claim that the Enquirer has a lake pick sent by visas and a photo that show Sanchez's nether region. I don't care about any of this you, and I don't care about any of this. But the reason why I bring this up. Is. There's one is very absolutely no privacy. I don't know where they I. Okay. What are some of the things they have on them? Fairly it Enquirer. They have a below the belt selfie. I don't know how something like that would be obtained less of somebody, you know, can hack the cloud. I don't really know Mr. visas and miss Sanchez. They have apparently some sort of a some role playing stuff. I don't even want to go into these lot of self fees. Naked southeast things like that. And you know, okay. I it's not for us to talk about the you know, what people do privately. People think that well if somebody cheats on somebody else that has not private anymore that we have access to it. Now, if somebody cheats on somebody else in there, doing whatever I think everybody's still deserves privacy. You know? I you know, I believe everybody's still deserves some element of privacy. Just like I said with presidential candidates and stuff as long as they have good mental health. And you know, we they have a longevity a life expectancy that'll make it through a presidency. So we could make a better decision about vice president just assume, you know, I mean, you know, assume the worst, you know, what happens to the president if they get sick, you know, who's going to take over. But I think everybody does deserve an element of privacy. But when you hear of people having pictures of you and pictures coming out and pictures on the internet, or whatever I really want you guys to stop and think about how much privacy you guys actually have. Now, somebody told me again, I can't substantiate this that Mark Zuckerberg who runs Facebook. There was a picture of him and at his house or whatever. Or at work, and he has his camera covered up on his laptop Naidoo a lot of work from my laptop somewhere, laptops is covered. Sometimes not because I'll do some you know face to face interactions telemedicine. But you don't even Mark Zuckerberg offensively true doesn't trust somebody grabbing images of him. And putting them out there. And so you know, you and I keep thinking, okay. You know, everything's safe. You know, we take a if I try and take a selfie. There will be about twenty attempts until I'm Mike up. That's the one. I like now do I go back, and I raise the other bad pictures. Sometimes I forget, so then there's bad pictures there. Realize that once you take any sort of picture on your camera? Realize that's set for life. Maybe even you know, maybe you could erase it. But that's still could be in somebody's memory. Some phone or computers memory same thing with video. I'm not a big tech person. But many times you'll start getting the camera ready to video and you're like, well, I'm good because I didn't you know, touch what the little micrometer amount of pressure on the screen to record. We'll yeah. That doesn't initiate the record function. But how do you know, it's not recording the whole time. And your button. Pushing. So very light where you almost barely even notice it that just reconfirms which part of the video it decides to save some of your like, oh, you're just paranoid. Am. I didn't we find out that Amazon and Google homes. Listen to you all the time. But they don't save those recordings. You know, some of you guys use the phone as Amir. You know, I was talking to a patient. And you know, he said he thought he had Android or whatever and go what can you take a look use Amir? He is this phone. So he put his phone down there. And he was able to see that. He took a picture. He looked at it. And then he, you know, raise the gone. I'm good. All right. Well, okay. You examined yourself, but you examine yourself with a phone that could have recorded that. So I don't really know or care too much. What's going on with all these those thing? And you know, it's it's sad that, you know, people cheat, and, you know, have relationships outside marriage in the marriage falls through. And you know, I it sounds like he's having a lot of fun with this new girl. That's what's going on. And you know, I get people want to have fun and excitement in their life that you know, it's costly though. But. Anybody that's ever been, you know, I guess attacked, and we'll we have this. We have pictures, it's not always private investigators. But hey, people have access to things that you don't even realize. And you got to be a little smarter about it. Now, I think a lot of us are starting to become a little numb and immune because we would freak out knowing that there are cameras on us all the time. There's cameras there satellites there's all.