35 Burst results for "Eighty Five Million Dollar"
NASA's Mars helicopter takes flight, 1st for another planet
"NASA's Mars helicopter rose from the dusty red surface into the thin air Monday achieving the first powered controlled flight on another planet that included a performance mission control celebrates as the NASA ingenuity helicopters first mission passes with out a hitch the four pound eighty five million dollars solar powered copter climbed to ten feet and hovered for thirty seconds before descending speaking earlier this month project manager Mimi Aung said each world gets only one first flight this was the unwavering dream of our team ingenuity carried a piece of wing fabric from the Wright brothers plane and NASA is naming the area on Mars where it now is Wright brothers field I'm Julie Walker
LeBron James, Los Angeles Lakers agree to two-year, $85 million contract extension
"And i mentioned lebron james. Lebron james continues to just print money. His agent said today. Lebron has signed a contract extension with the lakers. Two years eighty five million dollars. Two years eighty-five million dollars if they cloned and cloned you one hundred times we would make eighty five million dollars over two years so this is. This is the math on this. Between now and the end of the twenty two twenty three season which is where this contract extension takes into the end of the twenty two twenty three season. Lebron james will earn over one hundred and twenty five million dollars. That's one hundred twenty five million over and above what he's made so far in the nba's in his nba career three hundred and ten million dollars so at the end of the twenty two twenty three season just on basketball alone not on endorsements not on anything else except bouncing the ball in the nba for eighty games a year at the end of the twenty two twenty three season lebron james made in his career four hundred and thirty five million dollars let that sink in just for a second
DoorDash releases filing to go public
"Door dash has filed. Its s with the sec. Which of course is the first step in an ipo. They will be listing their shares on the new york stock exchange under the ticker symbol dash. Das h. and speaking of dash we're expecting there to be a dash of companies rushing to go public before the end of the year. We're expecting roadblocks wish affirm airbnb all to file within weeks but back to door dash. Ns one means we finally get to take a look at the underlying business in a debut in company. Jordache reported that they had one point nine billion dollars in revenue for the first nine months of twenty twenty on which they lost one hundred and forty nine million dollars compare that to revenue of only five hundred eighty seven million dollars a year ago and a loss of five hundred and thirty three million dollars. Coding alex willem in tech crunch door to ashes. A heavily backed company with crush base reporting that the food delivery giant has accessed around two point. Five billion dollars in capital during its life most recently in a four hundred million dollar around this june at the time doordash was valued at a towering sixteen billion dollars post money giving the company big valuation shoes to fill. When at prices it's ipo and begins to trade jordache has grown incredibly rapidly scaling. Its revenues from two hundred ninety one million dollars in two thousand eighteen to eight hundred eighty five million dollars in twenty thousand nine and more recently from five hundred eighty seven million dollars on the first nine months of twenty nine thousand nine to one point nine two billion dollars in the same period of twenty twenty that is two hundred and twenty six percent growth in two thousand twenty thus far these sort of expansion. That explains why door dash was able to attract so much capital at such high prices. How high quality is ashes revenue in the first. Three quarters of two thousand nineteen the company had gross margins of thirty nine point nine percent and in the same period of two thousand twenty the figure rose to fifty three point. One percent a huge improvement for the consumer consumable delivery confab. The result of door dashes epic growth and gross margin. Improvement has been radically improving profitability. The companies operating loss fell from four hundred. Seventy nine million dollars on the first nine months of twenty and nineteen to just one hundred and thirty one million dollars in the same period of twenty twenty door dashes net losses are slightly worse. Five hundred thirty three million and one hundred and forty nine million over the same timeframe respectively but again compared to the company's top line growth and revenue quality improvements are inconsequential. Jordache has around one point. Six billion dollars in cash and equivalents heading into the fourth quarter. Meaning that it has ample cash to fund itself sands an ipo. The company is there for going out because it thinks the time is ripe and quote. Yeah that's a bigger better business than. I certainly expected growing faster than i expected. But then maybe. I shouldn't be surprised because you know covid but also positively improving gross margins. Maybe they think they need to get out the door now before a vaccine actually shows up and maybe stalls their growth a bit
Paul Finebaum reacts to Michigan president's comments
"Was some very important news yesterday. Out of the University of Michigan where the President Dr Mark Schuessel? Who has an immunologist by training? Not The most common thing you see for a president a State University made a lot of news by tapping down some of the positivie about college football talking about how there would be no college football unless students were on campus. He referred to his training as a medical doctor. Phd In relation to doubting seriously that there could be college football fans in the stadiums and they also broke down the importance of college football but in the context of the University of Michigan overall. Dowse a little water on that as well saying that the university stand on its own. This comes in some contrast to what Jim told us last week on on get up when he said he would be okay with football. As long as he didn't he said he would. He would prefer fans but it would be okay without fans who better to talk to you than Giannis. Bacon was written callous books on the University of Michigan and certainly among the very leading experts in the world the on that subject John. Thank you Happy Memorial Day and first of all great to have you on with us and we hope you've been safe and well over these last couple of months Always a pleasure Paul and so far so good. The only we need is forty hours of daycare for weeks. My four and a half year old kid if you've got a babysitter send them up For All you've done for us I'll I'll give you some good recommendations Thank you. Let's talk about the this. I thought was a really fascinating comment first of all. Let's talk about President Schnitzel in terms of who is he what his credentials are then. They're incredible but have someone like that. Move into the presidency at school at the University of Michigan. Well his background is Brown University And California cal Berkeley so the pedigree and all that he's got a PhD in some former science probably immunology say as well as an MD. So you couldn't call them stupid He's probably also not the biggest football fan in the world. I think he probably loves the Brown model. Where you play. But it's not Nearly the importance as it is in the big ten or the SEC and so on But also knows where he is that Hundred Thousand People Disagree and they love it quite a bit so he is definitely on a high wire there But clearly his roles immunologist took over in his latest. Talk as you said if you days ago and I guess yesterday sorry And Yeah you say is very clear about this that if all the students aren't on campus. We're not going to have intercollegiate sports of any sort at least at Michigan which is not to say the big ten goes along with that or the rest of college athletics. But it's pretty hard back back down from that once you've said that and as you pointed out Paul that goes counter to what Jim Harbaugh said a few days earlier that he'll take football and almost any form Fans in the stands or not. Some graduated schedule some sort of Not Black or white but Modified approach would be fine with Jim. Which I'm sure is almost all major college football coach so I see a conflict there and I'm pretty sure I know who's going to win it. Yeah I mean there may be some school football coaches that have the clout to go head to head with the president. I doubt Jim Harbaugh wants to do that. Unless it's twenty minutes after beating. Ohio state I I I WANNA ask you. I WanNa ask you about about his comments about the budget. You know the school inside and now obviously I mean. I don't want to translate for him but he seemed to be saying that you know we we would this football but we're going on with or without it. Yeah and Miskin can right now Now the catch that is not all the big ten can goes out football Sunday. The MAC you can't. I mean look at Eastern Michigan Kent State places like that Miami of Ohio so the separation between haves and have-nots stronger not weaker. Now its biggest. Cost Ball is of course nationwide and gets all the attention at Michigan. The budget for the entire Athletic Department is around one hundred and eighty five million dollars which is almost doubled in ten years which says something right there and yet the budget for the whole university assist seven billion with a B. dollars so and half of that as a medical school on the health system so the football budget is big. It might beat us That's what they spend on rubber gloves at the hospital. So it's not that big a deal to the president. John you have a pretty good pulse on the The Michigan Fan base. I asked gently what has been the reaction about what the president said yesterday. Some folks feel yeah. Maybe there's mixed generous maybe it is It is going to be hard to argue though without students on campus having football. You're talking about exploiting the students who are in your student athletes who are not paid etc. I was become a hot button. Issue the last few years as it always should be I think That becomes greater when you're perhaps risking their health When you're not risking the other students health To play football. So that's one point of view. The flip side of course is that stadium is both the hold one hundred ten thousand people and if not for nothing of course so obviously people wanNA play football In any way she performed they possibly can Go Back Paul and nineteen eighteen when Michigan played the first game during the pandemic early October. And it flared up nationwide thereafter so they did not play again until November The team went five that your politics and on the big ten which counts as big ten champs and yes five Cowan as national champs. If only if only we're talking to John Bacon The New York Times bestselling author. He's written countless books on the University of Michigan. I WanNa take a break here because there are many issues beyond what the Michigan President feels. Although his comments probably going to be heard pretty loudly and other ivory towers around the country. I WanNa talk to John when we come back about what college football faces in trying to open up more comments from the esteemed author John U
Indianapolis Colts send first-round pick to 49ers for DT Buckner, release DT Hunt
"Severed Cisco Forty niners also made a big trade. They sent one of their blue chip. Defensive Lineman away in a trade deforest buckner dealt to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for number thirteen overall pick The writing I guess was on the wall for Buckner in San Francisco when Eric Armstead of the niners got a five year. Eighty five million dollar contract on Monday on Monday so they couldn't pay both of them. They chose Armstead so buckner goes to the colts. He's a big time. Disruptor West a guy that's Star and the colts at a major piece on their defensive line. Feels like a good trade for both sides really. Yeah I like this deal for both sides. I understand why the forty niners did it. They basically chose Eric Armstead's versatility over deforest buckner being more of an inside player and the colts. This is what they've been waiting for. You've got all that cap room. And they got criticized last year for not using it but they wanNA spend it on guys who weren't difference makers they didn't WanNA spend it on guys. They really have to a year later so now they had eighty million dollars. Cap Room. You go out and get deforest buckner. Making the second highest paid defensive player in football in the prime of his career. A Guy who has voted. Mvp by the forty niners of their super bowl team. This is the kind of guy you want to build around. And now you've got Quinton Nelson on one side. You've got areas Leonard and deforest buckner on the other side. You've got a pretty good secondary and you've got infrastructure. This is kind of deal. You can make because you're GM has created all that salary cap space and drafted so well that you don't have to press to fill holes in the draft or Free Agency. You can go get the best player available
Diamondbacks' Madison Bumgarner secretly competes in rodeo events
"Arizona Diamondbacks left hander Madison Bumgarner has been competing in rodeo events under the alias Mason's Saunders and even one of twenty six thousand five hundred sixty dollars and a team roping competition in December according to a story published Sunday by the athletic Bumgardner was told I told the website that he has discreetly competed in rodeos for awhile including in March of last year two days before pitching for the San Francisco Giants in a cactus league spring training game he's been roping since he was fifteen or sixteen and said he's been added so long that quote it's just part of who you are he's the twenty fourteen World Series MVP if he agreed to an eighty five million dollar five year contract with the Diamondbacks this past December and I'm sorry Courtney if I was the diamond backs I wouldn't be thrilled to find out that my ace left hander yes competing in rodeos in the offseason this is the same guy who got injured on a dirt bike do not remember that when he was with the giants and that was a serious injury that put him out for a very long time no wonder he was performing I guess you want to call that under a pseudonym or a fake name because had you found out about this the Diamondbacks might not have spent eighty eighty five million dollar a gigantic sum over a five year contract on this guy I mean it doesn't make any sense like I understand the thrill of competition and this is who we is but these risky things every sport has stuff like this written into players contracts that you cannot do I mean I always go back to when it when he got hurt in San Francisco a few years ago do you remember the month Taylor's thing when he was with the warriors he fell off the scooter when he went back to Mississippi for the offseason S. lied about it yeah that was a story that came to mind and I feel like any time something like this it comes to the light I'm not one of these people is like all the cool funny look how cute of the story is I'm like what is he thinking like you get injured and made these you know these are animals eat these things have a mind of their own they're powerful they're strong and certainly he's you know well conditioned and knows how to be around horses but you know that to me is way too big of a risk if I'm a professional athlete you know the prime of my career to take but you know he's done it before and that he is you know we don't really get that much of outside having serious injuries at receiver big penalty from the team for you know the motorbike thing according to have the details how did he come up with the alias of Mason's Saunders instead of going with you know his own name Madison Bumgarner sell it this came from directly from the athletic article that broke the story said quote if you competed as Madison Bumgarner every phone camera in the area that would have been trained on him he said so he devised Mason Saunders the surname is the maiden name of his wife Allie Mason is a shortened version for Madison and it's something allegedly his wife called him out in public so people don't recognize them so very clever I'll give him that but I don't think the whole thing is a buzz saw her story totally bizarre and the other thing is you know if this was an NBA player everybody would recognize them already because NBA players are actually recognizable it just goes to show you how anonymous baseball players are that the most clutch postseason pitcher maybe of all time can compete in rodeos and nappy racket I think what I know it's wild lake in the in the fact is here like he continues to go what do these very risky things it just doesn't seem to care yeah if you get caught I mean there's the photo in that athletic article where he's smiling and you know he's with I guess that it's a two person thing that team roping so I hope twenty six thousand dollars I hope that Madison Bumgarner did not keep that for myself given the gigantic contract he just signed in December the but yeah he looks he's not there we is in this picture I mean I just think it's hilarious how almost incognito so many baseball players can live their lives in that matter just because they blend in because they're not these gigantic athletes by and large I mean they're not six eight or you know they don't think Shaquille o'neal out there everybody would be able to tell if you're you know for the most part with NBA athletes I just don't understand why when you have hit the genetic lottery anyway to be able to throw the ball a hundred miles an hour the end and to be able to make eighty six million dollars really it's more than that doing this why you would ever risk your body or put like what your fans in your organization is rooting for on the line so recklessly and you pointed out he already ruined the giants season aired my fantasy baseball season which is far more important Courtney by falling off of that dirt bike a couple years ago and here he is I guess he says I'm just going to live my life and Diamondbacks GM Mike Hazen told the athletic that quote he was not going to get into discussing specific contract language but you pointed this out that we know the player contracts have I can't imagine that the Diamondbacks are cool with their ace pitcher also being a rodeo road being a cowboy literally let alone they don't want to be a Dallas cowboy let alone in being a literal cowboy well I just remember a couple years ago at the end I felt combine whistle and was talking to Mike Zimmer about you know the quarterback situation at that point he had said that Sam Bradford had a degenerative knee I come to find out later that offseason I was speaking with Kyle Rudolph who said that he went skiing with Sam Bradford that off season right around the time of the combine so I'm thinking to myself you are here you are a health concern and you're going skiing or you could very easily risk tearing your ACL for a third time and you already had your season cut short because of injury like I wonder if these guys just do it for the thrill or maybe they just don't care because they have ungodly amounts of money to begin with if they feel like they can the kind of invincible they can do whatever they want but you do wonder like this has to be in contract language if you cannot do things like this because we know across sports there's certain things you're just not able to do I it's a liability reasons you ever been to a rodeo Courtney I half I went Mississippi when I work down there the show but county fair rodeo I've been to the Cheyenne frontier days shout out if you're listening in Cheyenne Wyoming on the ESPN radio affiliate there I gotta tell you it's oddly it is oddly entertaining but the the thrill of it is almost that you think that the that the ball right is just going to charge and block these cowboys into next year it is one of the most dangerous things I have ever seen and I never in my life once thought you know what it be cool to jump in there with these bowls and try to try this on for for my but how do you even practice you know you kind of just have to get in there and and take it on right yeah I guess I guess so what I mean I've seen the photos of Madison Bumgarner I'd taken the horse around the warning track at AT&T park when he was still a giant I just think that that's who he is this is got this guy is a country bumpkin at heart from North Carolina and I I just think that he grew up this way and it's always gonna be a part of him so he feels like Hey I'm an able bodied individual and I also have more money than anybody at this rodeo thing I'm gonna do what I want and it's somebody else take issue with it I'm sure they actually would found out about it right now well look I know why it's so good in the clutch in game seven of the World Series because if that that's nothing compared to facing down the eyes of a bull
Palm Springs, Boys State Set Sundance Sales Records
"A new records been set at the Sundance Film Festival to acquire a film beating the old record by sixty nine cents the groundhog day as calmly palm springs by Andy Samberg on the lonely island was bought by into distributor neon am streaming service Hulu for exactly seventeen million five hundred thousand dollars and sixty nine cents the previous record was seventeen and a half million dollars fox searchlight paid that Ford may Parker's the birth of a nation back in twenty sixteen Samberg is lonely island partners Joe to the financial terms of the deal or unfavorable saying they spend eighty five million dollars of their own money that they're taking a bath and they have a lot of explaining to do their families palm springs a star Samberg and Krista Millea ideas a pair of wedding guests who are trapped living the same day over and over again in the southern California
Schumer Calls For Faster Funding To CDC As 5th U.S. Coronavirus Case Confirmed
"Morning New York senator Chuck Schumer wants the centers for disease control and prevention to use funding allocated to fake fight the spread of the deadly coronavirus speaking at a press conference yesterday Schumer called for eighty five million dollars in a special C. D. C. fun to be unlocked and the department of health and Human Services to declare a public health emergency should the outbreak get worse they're going to need immediate access to critical federal funds that at present they can't access because an emergency has not yet been declared Schumer says the CDC would have full discretion over how to use the funds including for contact tracing in monitoring and hand screening at airports and direct support for state and local health departments sure also said that a SUNY Stony Brook professor visiting family in Wuhan China has been unable to return to the U. S. as a result of China's lockdown he says there's no indication that he has the virus and is working with officials to arrange a flight
SpaceX Celebrates Test Of Crew Dragon Capsule That Will Carry NASA Astronauts
"Space access has wrapped up a critical test of its crew dragon capsule that will eventually carry astronauts for NASA to the international space station NASA's been out of the business of launching people for nearly nine years leaving that work to the Russians but a Sunday launch successfully tested the emergency abort system on the newly built crew dragon spacecraft carrying large skating issued in the space contributor Greg Redfern explains the cabin tested its ability to get clear of the rockets after separation the crew dragon raced away from the tumbling rocket in all systems worked the test flight is important to the United States getting back to launching astronauts currently NASA pays Russia eighty five million dollars for his seat aboard their so use
ClassPass, finally a unicorn, raises $285 million in new funding
"Raise Wednesday class pass. Ask which offers access to gyms and health clubs via a single subscription raised. A two hundred and eighty five million dollar series around led by L. Catterson and apex digital at a one billion dollar valuation quoting techcrunch. In two thousand seventeen the company announced it would be introducing a credit system via virtual currency combined with its data around the popularity of classes. This allowed class passed to introduce variable pricing instead of users paying a monthly fee for three five or ten classes per month users. I could use their virtual class past currency to sign up for classes and pay based on the demand around those classes with the revenue model in place and working. Class pass has focused on growth growth over this past year. International growth has been a top priority with the company now operating in twenty eight countries partnering with more than thirty thousand partners including Boutique Studios gyms gyms and wellness providers. The second area of growth has been on the Business Front Class Pass introduced a corporate program that allows organizations to subsidize their employees using the product. CEO Fritz Landman says this differs from other corporate programs that asking the employer to subsidize each individual employee whether they use the product or not thus far class pass has more than one thousand employers using the platform including Morgan Stanley Goldman Sachs Google and
‘Frozen 2’ ices competition again with record Thanksgiving
"It was a healthy thanksgiving weekend at the box office as frozen two kept a tight grip on number one well setting another record parted for possible he did you learn magic Disney of course and frozen to had audiences in France matching it earned more than eighty five million dollars over the weekend and a thanksgiving record of one hundred and thirty two point seven million from Wednesday through Sunday leaving you the star packed done at night out I suspect foul play strong reviews and word of mouth two twenty seven million dollar opening weekend and forty one point seven for the holiday time frame Ford versus Ferrari hangs in it third I'm been Tom
‘Frozen 2’ ices competition again with record Thanksgiving
"How did for he did you learn magic Disney of course and frozen to head audiences in France matching it earned more than eighty five million dollars over the weekend and a thanksgiving record of one hundred and thirty two point seven million from Wednesday through Sunday leaving you the star packed done at night out I suspect foul play wrote strong reviews and word of mouth two twenty seven million dollar opening weekend and forty one point seven for the holiday time frame Ford versus Ferrari hangs in it third I'm been Tom
Box Office: ‘Frozen 2’ Sets Thanksgiving Record, ‘Knives Out’ Scores
"At the weekend box office Disney's frozen to took the top spot for a second week setting a thanksgiving record with eighty five million dollars an estimated ticket sales one reason the original frozen open on thanksgiving day and twenty thirteen but the sequel opened a week before thanksgiving that let kids out of school for the holiday see it multiple times in second place the innovative who done it movie knives out debuted with twenty seven million dollars in third place Ford versus Ferrari with thirteen million and the Mister Rogers biopic a beautiful day in the neighborhood came in fourth with
This Past Weekend's Ratings At The Box Office
"Van terminator dark fate opened well below expectations at the box office studios on Sunday as to make the movie earned only twenty nine eight million dollars from over four thousand north American locations the film cost a reported a hundred eighty five million dollars to produce you all it was enough to win the top spot at the box office internationally dark fate did much better into internationally earning city two point nine million dollars from forty markets second places we can want to joker which added thirteen point nine million dollars during its global earnings to ninety nine hundred thirty four million dollars Maleficent Mister the evil and in third place in its third weekend with an additional twelve point two million dollars grossing eighty four point three million dollars in North America wow many good for terminator no since real bad and had good reviews I know Linda Hamilton looked like she was in it in that role again
Terminator: Dark Fate Leads The Box Office
"Well it's not as if he didn't warn us I'll be back and so we is yet again terminator dark fate with Arnold Schwarzenegger is the new top movie at north American theaters it earned twenty nine million dollars in its debut weekend yeah that's not bad but this movie cost a hundred eighty five million dollars to make so it's going to need some sideboard legs to make that money back in the make a profit for the studio joker comes in second at the box office this past week followed by Maleficent mistress of evil and the Adams
SoftBank clinches WeWork takeover deal, bailing out co-founder
"Jeff a deal to rescue troubled shared workspace provider we work has been struck but we worked former CEO may have gotten the best part of the deal co founder Adam Newman is set to walk away from the company with as much as one point two billion dollars and we work stock a half billion dollar credit line from new we were controlling shareholder softbank and roughly one hundred eighty five million dollar consulting fee as for the company softbank is paying nine and a half billion dollars to take over eighty percent of it was on pace to run out of money next
A Review of Stephen King's Best Films
"Are you looking forward to at the toronto international film festival all this year as the the twenty first year. I think i'm covering it because i've been covering it. Since i was nineteen i mean i'm kind of looking forward to it ending but <hes> you know when when when you're on the ground in toronto we see a lot of stuff very early so today. When i was on my way to record i saw these people from out of town. I'm kind of showing up in toronto and they're very excited and and ready to get going but but we've been watching stuff here for a while. We've also all had our is kind of on reports. It's coming out of telluride including your tweets and what people are saying from venice so it doesn't feel like something starting. It feels like as you said like festival. Season is already deeply deeply underway underway adam. Thank you for being tweets. I really appreciate that that means the world to me. <hes> what's what's what's on your radar or what have you seen that you can sort of hint about that is is most exciting. You put waves on my radar the trae schultz film that was a really like persuasive piece. It's not like i wasn't looking forward to seeing it but i've now rearranged want to watch it. You seem quite blown away by that. I was and i have maybe some regrets about doing so because now i think invariably people will see to me like it's not that good. What what are you doing. How could you do that which you know that's the that's the trickiness with festival coverage in general right the minute that you get excited about something to communicate that and then you tell people something is great and then they insist upon telling you your opinion is not quite exactly what it should be. Which is why we're all bracing for for joker to be the start of the actual. You know second american revolution elision with with insurrection and panic in the streets. There's a certain hyperbole in festival season. That's like i guess it's fun to instigate it though i try not to. It's it's kind of fun to read it but it gets wearying in social media become such an echo chamber that stuff and i find that people tend to share the dumb dumb takes way more generously than kind of smart subtle ones no question so it becomes hard with the movie like joker where it's not even a question of people saying whether it's good or bad ads there's sort of saying like is this can actually change the way that we watch movies and incite armed rebellion. It just becomes like really tiring but some of the ones that i'm looking looking forward to here are ones that already have a bit of a reputation which sam great like the softies uncut gems can't wait to see it and <hes> looking forward to know bombecks marriage story one thing we've both seen that i'm going to write about in my first tiff dispatch which is just excellent is parasite the bunk joon-ho film the one the palm door can which is which is really good stuff. I think brilliant played incredibly well. I didn't mention this in the podcast earlier this week but <hes> i went to the third screening of that movie at telluride and it was a nine a._m. Screening and six hundred people were turned away from that screening which is just a an extraordinary thing once you've seen the movie and you know what the contents of it aren't just how kind of warped and beautiful perform strange it is <hes>. There's really the energy around. This movie is so fascinating and so great for bong right. It's it's it's great for bong and i think that <hes> you know without belaboring a parallel to these movies that might be worth talking about more later when more people have seen both of them but in the same way that alfonso koran i think a lot of credit for are going back home and making a movie you know in his original cultural context with roma. It's very interesting to see bond do that. Because snow pearson okposo were very credible english rush limbaugh almost kinda hits. You know yes and well parasite. I think has the best commercial prospects in north america of any of his korean films so far. It's very much a korean film and <hes> it's made something like eighty five million dollars in south korea already too which is like you know very very sizable sizable hit. I thought i thought i read that. It's the biggest hit in the in the country's history. Is that overstating things the i'd have to get a double check on that but just off the top of my head. It sounds like a big amount of money like the the top grossing films in south. Korea can't approach china dollar for dollar but like it's a big amount i it's a big amount of money and when when you consider that some of the audience that it's going to reach north america is not just that kind of reading reviews you know art house audience but maybe even something somewhat mainstream i i think it could be a kind of <hes> across kind of crossover hit and because you have american critics may be on their way to toronto listening. I just wanna stump super fast for a two really good interesting. Toronto films one is called an at thirteen thousand feet by cacique revenge ski. Starring derrick campbell and one is called white lie bye bye calvin. Thomas and yona lewis starring casey role <hes> i think they're actually both going to get a fair amount of attention and i just wanted to say their names on the pod and i think that's about
Adrian Ward, Golden State Warriors And Max discussed on Chicago's Business Authority Programming
"The latest Indian killed in the big news today Adrian ward else you reporting the Golden State Warriors forward Draymond green is agreed to a four year one hundred million dollar Max extensions always locked up with the warriors through twenty twenty four and when that contract will of one its course green's career earnings will be at approximately a hundred and eighty five million dollars not bad yes not bad especially for a second round thirty fifth overall
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on The Jump
"Happened in the past the very rarely would they would he reach out like that on the first day of free agency and they would agree on the first day of free agency and it was a hell of a deal for the bucks because i don't think the bucks were gonna magin eighty five million dollar offer will never really know and i'm sure the bucks in those talks said yeah yeah will matter and you better decent visor matching play in the game three draft picks out of this especially because her simon want it to be a respectable partner to eighteen in his division and i will say the pacers got something out of this they got something so those pets they knew until june thirtieth if they were giving malcolm brogdon they could proceed with their business the pace the bucks if they want it to could have held them up until late july eighth maybe even july ninth and they wouldn't have known for the pacers did get something but it was a high price i felt they paid initiated she aided by owners to owner communication which is not something we always see so civil any there's a couple of owners in mb right now who are involved in lawsuits against each other right this is not something we're seeing normally in the two thousand nineteen and beyond say you ever heard of something like this when you work and if that's refreshing story by the way i played the pacers right so the signing families that's the way they do business straight up class a kevin pritchard done a great job there supported by larry bird in donnie walsh they've had a hard time securing players life isn't indiana where the the salary cap reason they don't really wanna go to luxury tax a so this is a refreshing story in a great fit for brogden a i i applaud donnie walsh and simon sam if you're doing it that way a pace we're on track to to improve we'll we'll family businesses right there phrase owners left to kind of operate let's talk about that beyond that yes we all agree that isn't like it's lovely it's genteel costume three draft picks that by the way the cpa's rules are rules that everyone's agreed upon so it's not as if they offer sheet was doing behind someone's backer doing something dirty is literally the rules of the league but they operate and i'm not in any way saying that her time it shouldn't have done this i just find it very interesting considering they did it came with cost yeah by the way they got something for that cost right they got a player they wanted they could not have otherwise had access to they got they got a walking right but they also got milwaukee an absolute hard clad guaranteed they cannot match that one right around there's obviously some real yeah there's some milwaukee now will never ogden's foot injury there's this guy slip in the second round i think there were a lot of misgivings about his medical he's such a competitor he's such a good two way player he's such a good shooter driver can guard bigger guys we did a very good job of quality forty ninety right we've never seen.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Eighty five million dollars leaving Johnson and Johnson as the sole defendant, for NPR news. Jackie forte in Norman Oklahoma. These Associated Press is reporting the National Oceanic and atmosphere administration estimates fifty two tornadoes may have touched down on Monday across eight states. The tornados were reported from Colorado and Eita hoped to Ohio. Several were reported in Ohio, especially near Dayton from member station, W. Why April Leslie tells us Dayton officials are reporting widespread damage. The national weather service confirmed at least two powerful tornadoes touchdown and David at suburbs. Late Monday night, the storm tore houses and half level buildings and trap people under debris. Dozens of injuries have been reported. Dayton, resident Brian Peake says the roof of his apartment complex collapsed pay because everybody kind of claiming around complex when around everybody pay and going from -partment department. So it was pretty intense gas leaks, and down wires have resulted in multiple fires. Local school districts have cancelled classes after sustaining damage. Two school buildings. Some schools are opening shelters for those affected by the storms eyewitness reports indicate snow plows are being used to clear debris for NPR news. I may pr- allegedly a record drought in Sydney. Australia is prompting new water. Restrictions in that city. The BBC's Phil Mercer says it's been ten years since restrictions like these have been implemented from Saturday households will face restrictions that will target the use of water outdoors God and spring. Clothes will be banned and tougher measures could follow the New South Wales. State government says that early and decisive action will help to conserve supplies as the drought wasn't critics though insist that sickness plight is impart the result of a failure to take water recycling. Seriously, the BBC's, Phil, Mercer. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrials are up one hundred eight points at twenty five thousand six hundred ninety four. The NASDAQ is up forty five points at seventy six hundred eighty two this is NPR. From K, Q, E, D news. I'm Brian watt. The hope of ending a strike involving hundreds of public school teachers in union city and Hayward has been dashed for now. The walkout.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Declining enrollment a shift in demographics and even a loss of federal grants are all playing into Austin school district's budget crisis. She financial officer Nicole calmly. Johnson says the real gut punch continues to be the state's recapture program to fund poorer school districts recapture goes up almost one hundred twenty million dollars every year based upon property tax. The state is the one that basically benefits from the property tax growth. She says AST is on pace to send seven hundred eighty five million dollars to the state next year for recapture. Meantime, AST's budget deficit is projected to hit eighty five million dollars by the twenty twenty one school year the seat of Austin issues, a dire warning over property tax relief efforts at the capital. The city says placing a two and a half percent threshold on revenue growth could lead to a fifty two million dollar budget gap by twenty twenty three and since public safety accounts for seventy percent of the budget, like the first place the city will look for cuts de. Chief financial officer avenue says fifty two million dollars could staff. Six hundred twelve firefighters across thirty eight stations five hundred and forty-nine police officers, which is the equivalent of twenty eight percent of our police force. He says they just wouldn't be able to find the fifty two million dollars worth of cuts within the remaining thirty percent of the budget, not encompassing public safety, Patrick Osborne. Newsradio KLBJ father and his infant son. Fall victim to an overnight shooting north Austin at an apartment complex on Wooten. Part drive not far from Anderson lane. APD corporal, Chad Martinez says the infant a ten month old boy is now finding I life with a very serious injury. Vic Lawrence departments the suspect route were outside they did fire through the door. And when they struck with from the father has since been released from the hospital Martikan says the shooter is still on the loose. Can't be J. Our weather watch high sixty four then turning cloudy tonight..
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Oh, there's still two days left in the month. But they are the two slowest as the week for movie theaters. So it looks like the box office total for October will be a record seven hundred eighty five million dollars. That's mostly thanks to three films. The Spiderman sequel venom, which is earned one hundred eighty seven million at the US and half a billion worldwide. A star is born which has gotten a lot of Oscar buzz for lady Gaga director star Bradley Cooper. That's made one hundred forty nine million in the US and the eleventh movie in the Halloween franchise. It costs ten million. To make dirty made one hundred twenty six million in just two weeks. And the biggest surprise is that the average US movie ticket price this past summer was eight dollars eighty three cents that's actually ten cents lower than it was a year ago. CNBC's Tom Busby at twenty three after WalMart is being sued by blind customers over its self service. Accessibility. Correspondent Carey shoemaker report. A lawsuit filed in Maryland federal court last week by three blind customers and the national federation for the blind says WalMart, self service checkout kiosks aren't fully accessible to blind customers and therefore violate the American with Disabilities Act. The Baltimore Sun is reporting the plaintiffs are seeking a permanent injunction. That would bring the self service kiosks in line with accessibility regulations and a declaration that WalMart has been violating the ADA WalMart has not commented on the lawsuit. I'm Kerry shoemaker. It's now twenty four. America in.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Apple today. To unveil a new, ipad and MAC and an event in New York and the people have spoken. Mcdonald's has heard them the mcrib sandwich returning to certain restaurants today for a limited time and just three movies have made October a big big month in theater going. Well, there's still two days left in the month. But they are the two slowest as the week for movie theaters. So it looks like the box office total for October will be a record seven hundred eighty five million dollars. That's mostly thanks to three films. The Spiderman sequel venom, which is earned one hundred eighty seven million at the US and half. A billion worldwide. A star is born which has gotten a lot of Oscar buzz for lady Gaga director star Bradley Cooper. That's made one hundred forty nine million in the US and the eleventh movie in the Halloween franchise, it cost ten million to make dirty made one hundred twenty six million in just two weeks. And the biggest surprise is that the average US movie ticket price this past summer was eight dollars eighty three cents that's actually ten cents lower than it was a year ago. CNBC's? Tom Busby at twenty three after WalMart is being sued by blind customers over its self service. Accessibility. Correspondent Carey shoemaker report. A lawsuit filed in Maryland federal court last week by three blind customers and the national federation for the blind says WalMart, self service checkout kiosks aren't fully accessible to blind customers and therefore violate the American with Disabilities Act. The Baltimore Sun is reporting the plaintiffs are seeking a permanent injunction. That would bring the self service kiosks in line with accessibility regulations and a declaration that WalMart has been violating the ADA WalMart has not commented on the lawsuit. I'm Terry shoemaker. It's now twenty four..
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"It on your summer, or Vaca-, list it's a, worthwhile trip to see the golden girls and this incredible. And I was just reading Tim and this is I think significant I opening number the San Antonio. Zoo had an eighty five million dollar impact on the San Antonio community economy in two. Thousand sixteen so when I think about, zoos I think, of the educational piece incredible conservation work that you do the you know just the ability to helps keep species alive was we face, the sixth mass extinction which want to get into, after a commercial break but I'm so impressed that your zoo had eighty five million dollar economic impact in these San, Antonio community that stunning. In it's, a great, message for us in the community, to garner more support for, the things we wanna do in. The future you know we're we're in the midst of a master plan right now to really develop, the rest of our property. And we want to. Become the biggest the greatest zoo in the country and so we're working towards, that and we hosted we, had a record year and attendance last year of over one, point two million people and eighty five Million dollar impact to the. Community we helped fill eighty nine thousand hotel rooms and supported six. Hundred ninety six jobs so not, only the five hundred fifty, employees. That we have here at the zoo but other jobs have contractors and vendors that we use in the community so it really has. A far reaching impact this do, both locally and globally as we, do conservation work around the world we're, also doing, conservation work locally and helping the local economy which is a it's a win for everybody it's a win win win and being that. That you've been certified as a humane conservation institution is also a big win for the animals how many animals are in your collection Tim we have a large question in the thousands a lot in the typical fashion we have thousands of fish. We have, you, know thousand bats and then we are probably one of the largest bird collections in the country I, would say one or two number one, or two with bird question and. Do some amazing work in that arena as well. Our question is big and then we're looking really to grow and we, have some species that we would Like to work with and have at the. Santana's the that our guests can come see and connect with that we don't have, yet so a lot of that's happening in the national planning right now. To really look at all the animals in. Our care why do we have them in our care what conservation work are, we doing with which each of those unless make sure we have a plan, for each species that we. Have here to, help, that. Species that's great and friends if you're not familiar with zoos and aquariums in this country more people visit zoos..
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Your summer or all they care list it's a worthwhile trip to see the golden girls and this incredible and i was just reading tim and this is i think significant i opening number the san antonio zoo had an eighty five million dollar impact on the san antonio community in economy in two thousand sixteen so when i think about zoos i think of the educational piece incredible conservation work that you do the you know just the ability to helps keep species alive was we face the sixth mass extinction which we want to get in d'etre commercial break but i'm so impressed that your zoo had eighty five million dollar economic impact in these san antonio community that stunning in it's a great message for us in the community to garner more support for the things we wanna do in the future you know we're we're in the midst of a master plan right now to really develop out the rest of our property and we want to become the biggest the greatest zoo in the country and so we're working towards that and we hosted we had a record year in attendance last year of over one point two million people and eighty five million dollar impact to the community we helped fill eighty nine thousand hotel rooms that year and supported six hundred ninety six jobs so not only the five hundred fifty employees that we have here at the zoo but other jobs have contractors and vendors that we use in the community so it really has a far reaching impact this do both locally and globally as we do conservation work around the world we're also doing conservation work locally and helping the local economy which is a it's a win for everybody it's a win win win and being that that you've been certified as a humane conservation institution is also a big win for the animals how many animals are in your collection tim we have a large question in the a lot you know in the typical fashion we have thousands of fish we have you know thousand bats and then we are probably one of the largest bird collections in the country i would say one or two number one or two with bird question do some amazing work in that arena as well for her collection is big and then we're looking really to grow and we have some species that we would like to do conservation work with and have at the san antonio's our guests can come see and connect with that we don't have yet so a lot of that's happening in the national planning right now to really look at all the animals in our care why do we have them in our care what conservation work are we doing with what she does unless make sure we have a plan for each species that we have here to help that species that's great and friends if you're not familiar with zoos and.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Had been an ticipant eating a fine of about two hundred and eighty five million dollars but clearly this penalty this penalty is significantly higher film us in sydney the supreme court in israel has been hearing arguments for and against a controversial law that would retroactively legalise almost four thousand settler homes on privately owned palestinian land israel's highest court is deciding whether or not to strike down the bill which parliament approved last year i'm at least analysts sebastian usher reports the legislation known as the regulation law has not yet been implemented it has been strongly challenged by israeli and palestinian rights groups who i'll give it at breaches international law by favouring jewish settlers over the rights of palestinian landowners israel's attorney general has himself could it unconstitutional and refused to defend it before the supreme court in his place was a lawyer appointed by the justice minister who said that if the law was struck down it would be a blow against these rarely parliament's sovereignty but station would effectively legalize a number of what are known as wildcat settler outposts while provide adding some compensation to palestinians who can show proof of ownership stewart has some other stories from our news desk there's been a fourth night of protests in jordan against the government of the prime minister hannie mulkey he's refused to abandon new tax proposals despite thousands of people taking to the streets of the capital man and other cities calling for them to be dropped mr moltke has also increased sales tax and ended the subsidy of bread as part of an austerity program recommended by the international monetary fund a nicaraguan roman catholic cardinal who supported the sandinistas rebel group in the nineteen seventies has died at the age of ninety two cardinal miguel obando bravo was an outspoken critic then of the brutal regime led by the somoza family which was deposed by the sandinistas but he later withdrew his support for the former rebels and accused president daniel ortega of attempting to suppress religious activities in the curricula and an off duty fbi agent accidentally shot a bystander in the leg when he's gum fell from its holster as he performed a backflip in a bar in colorado video widely shared on twitter says the gun falling to the floor and as the agent goes to grab it it fires a shot the fellow customer hit by the bullet was taken to hospital with non life threatening injury during the height at the.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Transmitting across america is about right i'm so excited hey coming up have a story about this condo the cost eighty five million dollars and not only does it cost that much but if you buy you get all kinds of crazy things to like a trip to space just white that's coming up also to nil towns we'll be stopping and later one of my favorite new artist so she's gonna play for us but let's go over and do the morning corny now with amy here we go morning glory what do you call a group of killer whales playing instruments what do you call a group of killer whales playing instruments and orca straw that was morning gorny because orcas awale get it yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah bob it bone show bob and bones so last night the first part of the american idol finale taped and maybe some e on the show last night but i spent the last few days bouts of back and forth from california we taped a lot of those segments on thursday that i went to austin and did a comedy show on friday then i came back on saturday and sunday so it's been a crazy last few days but we try to get on the lot amy and we're driving in and you know how in canada they stopped mike gap because they're like oh you could be a criminal his name his actual full name and that was a criminal just different person right they did it again on the american idol light what's they wouldn't let us through the sent the cops they were they said no can't let you in your the name of a criminal we're not allowing on the stage anymore so right yeah there's a guy who was banned from the lot with my same name evan again so that guy is busy quiet mike aka movie.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on The Tesla Show
"So as a result they had a net loss of seven hundred eighty five million dollars for the quarter and this compares to four hundred million dollar loss last year. So about a ninety eight percent increase. Wow. So. Yeah. Twenty six percent revenue growth with. Increasing operating expenses led to a pretty widened loss pretty much double. So how are they paying for this loss? Like how does that? How does that manifest in a if you're just hearing about this and you hear some company lost seven hundred in or three quarters of a billion dollars in a quarter? Yeah. Like, how does that actually work? Is it all use that they have to pay off at some point in the future? Are they taking loans against like future earnings is like a sort of enormous payday loan situation. Like how exactly does that work? There's a little bit of a little bit of everything. So some of it is. They use a lot of the cash that they generate from selling the vehicles to pay for that loss. So while they Gent they used three hundred ninety eight million dollars from their operating activities so cash from the things I did during that quarter. So half of the loss they paid for from things they did during that quarter. And then the other half of the loss came from both increased liabilities that they. Oh, so it wasn't a cash impact. But they have a debt and then part of the other bit is they. Sold a lease on some of their assets. So they have all this equipment they purchased and then they lease like their leasing it or sort of doing an asset back loan to someone else to generate cash from it. Some sort of rental own furniture type situation here while they own it. But they're doing they're selling someone the right for part of part of it, and they're gonna pay them back with interest. So it sounds like against well, it's sort of like a car loan, right? You have an asset backed loan. So if you're trying to get a loan for business, it's a lot higher interest rate than if you get a car loan or a home loan because the loan is for something that actually has some intrinsic value where and so when they are doing this on Queant like robots and factory lines. If they weren't able to pay someone can come repossess that object and has some intrinsic value. So they do some asset bath asset-backed lines of credit, which are common for very capital intensive companies. So they've they've paid for it. And now, they're taking, you know, taking some of the equity out of it. I see so it somewhere like somewhere between a home equity mortgage and upon shop. Yeah. Probably a little bit leaning more towards a home equity line of credit. That's probably actually a really good. That's a good way to think of it. Taking equity out of your home is very similar to what tesla does with some of their factory equipment. Cool. All right. Well, that's good. Because it's the same thing. We learned in the US in the past decade. It's that nothing can go wrong with a home equity loan. So well, yes. Well, if you have bad credit? Yes, you can if you don't have ability to pay. So that's that's the important thing is, okay. Do they actually have cash so say, they how much how many more times could they do this? Right. How many more quarter they run? So they ended the quarter with two point seven billion dollars in cash equivalents. So they could still do this. If on the worst case three more times. So why are they? Oh, okay. All right. So I was gonna say why are they running a while? They like putting things into a home equity is actually as equivalent if they have cash, but that's like things that could be liquidated. Right. So like liquid assets. Yes. Okay. All right. Sorry. The cat. No, the cash is cash. That's not their assets. That's not there. It. It's partly because interest rates are so low that it's cheaper to do that than to go raise more equity because if they let their cash get the two billion they might be running a little.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on KPCC
"More and more newsrooms one of its latest contracts includes a nine hundred eighty five million dollar deal in which sinclair bought up eight television properties but this buyout is far from unique in fact sinclair alone is behind seven deals that were completed and just this last year since two thousand fourteen sinclair has continued trying to grow but it basically hit a wall at a certain point because of regulatory limits on how many stations could on and when president trump was elected sinclair and its chairman david smith began pushing for changes to these regulatory limits on the number of stations it could owen this afternoon i shared with my fellow commissioners and ordered that will reform or media ownership rules and help pull the government once and for all out of the newsroom and quickly the federal communications commission began rolling back regulations and one of the things is dead was it easy to cap on how many stations at broadcaster could own and claire benefited immediately announcing deal for tribune media accompany you might recognize because it used to be a company that owned a lot of newspapers like the los angeles times but today they on a lot of local tv stations so in buying tribune which is what he wants to do it would be buying up dozens more tv stations that's right this merger would allow sinclair to reach seven in ten american homes and it would have more than two hundred stations across the country would that make some cleared the largest owner of tvs to the country sinclair are in fact was already the largest owner of stations across the country and this deal would make it even bigger and said he would we've seen with sinclair's programming in the past few years so since november two thousand fifteen sinclair has required at station to run a daily segment from what it calls it's terrorism alert desk for example from the terrorism alert in washington i'm lindsay masters and british officials say terrorism related west or at a record high these are generally sort of.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To help also certainly holders birds or hour the highway monitor virtual bor assisted executive director developed at this over you should already have she said that was a shorter titled that a real third also biggest of what you're israeli brigita die every she via near thankful that halfback out of your eye on have a superbug level big all right okay we are up against the news time right now skies very on seven twenty wgn chicago wgnradiocom its ninth thirty and we go to mr rob martiniere expect the bitter cold to hang around until the new year national weather service saying you expect colder than normal temperatures the rest of week temperatures hovering around zero in chicago right now wind chill advisory is in effect for all of wisconsin as well as swaths of minnesota i will michigan and indiana detailed forecast straight ahead the us plans on a two hundred eighty five million dollar cut in the united nations budget for 2018 2019 the us mission to the united nations says reductions would also be made to the un's management and support functions us ambassador to the un nikki haley says she's pleased with the results of the budget negotiations but that the mission would continue to look at ways to increase the un's efficiency while protecting our interests and chicago has seen a significant drop in income from the divvy bike sheer program after expanding the by chair program last year into south and west side neighborhood chicago says the income from divvy by has dropped by close to a million dollars the program has grown every year since it started in 2013 the transportation department says along with more ground to cover expansion the black and latino neighborhoods has created some barriers to biking for example fewer bike lanes the department says the city made a conscious decision to distribute divvy bikes more equally across the city.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"An inch or two on eight december 25th the cold one here as well mattress seeing alana problems earlier today because of those freezing conditions three large us cities filing a federal lawsuit against the defense department saying that he service members who are disqualified from gun ownership weren't reported to the national background check system new york city san francisco philadelphia filing the lawsuit today a defense department failure allowed disgraced former air force number two by a rifle and shoot twenty six people to death november fifth than a texas church the us negotiating at two hundred eighty five million dollar cut to the un budget for next year the us mission to the united nations says reductions would also be made to the un's management and support functions nikki haley saying she's pleased with that authorities investigating the death of a fifty four year old cab driver who was robbed in chicago and later found dead in his car in a suburb cook county medical office says that the death ruled a homicide friends and family of is male abdulaye were expected to gather today at a muslim community center for funeral prayers wls news time five thirty two taking a look at the roads out there edens forty to lake cook to the junction out 16 the kennedy forty o'hare to downtown 24 out inbound dam ryan 23 minutes 95th to downtown 21 outbound inbound i fifty one thorndale to the post office 56 off stevenson twenty tristate to the drive out 24 tristate's in good shape inbound hike 25th an accident off to the side now and a broken down car inbound dan ryan at eighteen it's got the right lane blocked off album bishop ford at one hundred eleven third brokendown cars the left lane block next traffic update about fifteen minutes and elbowed u l as business losses in some big technology stocks led major us is xi's mostly lower on wall street today trading was quiet stay after christmas dow closed down eight points nasdaq down 24 us in p down 3 points by next news update at six o'clock i'm nick gale in for jennifer keiper wlsam 890 news thank you came they're playing analyzing the house is.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The show quote for the hour is robert louis stevenson says don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plans what you give not which are expecting back and makes the biggest difference all right here you go red bowl right eighty five million dollar lawsuit by brooklyn man who was killed by drinking it the red bull they're saying gave a guy heart attack in brooklyn father cory terry's thirty three died during a basketball game after drowning in the caffeine laden beverage relatives are blaming the world's largest energy drink maker it the 85 million dollar lawsuit will be filed recently or soon rather sda believed we have the wrongful death against red bull said the popular drink contains extra stimulants that make it difficult more more different rather than a cup of coffee and they're more dangerous than what rib bull actually let's on rebel declined to address the particular case but a spokeswoman says the company has sold some thirty five billion cans in a hundred and sixty five countries over the past twenty five years and because of help because health authorities across the world have concluded that red bull energy drink is safe to consume everybody thinks it's okay so terry a construction worker from bedford who left behind a thirteen year old science so sad and uh he was a healthy active nonsmoker but it was an avid red bull drinker his grandmother patricia terry said he drake this stuff all the time he said it perked him up she recalled on the evening of november eight two thousand eleven terrorist plane hoops and jim close by eye after about forty five minutes he got to cana red bull that became wide headed and collapsed record shows so the collapse the death was idiot pathak dilated cardio myopathy which means that terry's heart stopped and there are many causes of dcm as it's known for genetics or alcoholism can play a role but the medical report referred tears consumption of energy drinks before his heart attacks the no he was healthy and confined any other reason why died in she previously filed a lawsuit against the city claiming that there is no defer later or other lifesaving equipment in the schools jim and.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on WLAC
"In aaa to a three seventy 72 seventy welcome back to the show quote for the hour is robert louis stevenson says don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plants what you give not what's your expecting back and makes the biggest difference all right here you go red bull right eighty five million dollar lawsuit by brooklyn man who was killed by drinking it so red bull they're saying gave a guy heart attack in brooklyn father cory terry's thirty three died during a basketball game after drowning in the caffeine laden beverage his relatives are blaming the world's largest energy drink maker four the eighty five million dollar lawsuit filed recently or soon rather sda believed the wrongful death against red bull to the popular dri contains extra stimulants that make it difficult more more different rather than a cup of coffee and they're more dangerous than what rib dole actually let's on red all declined to address the particular case but a spokeswoman says the company has sold some thirty five billion cans in one hundred sixty five countries over the past twenty five years and become help because health authorities a cost the world have concluded that red bull energy drink is safe to consume everybody thinks it's okay so terry a construction worker from bedford who left behind a thirteen year old science so sad and uh he was a healthy active nonsmoker but it was an avid red bull drinker his grandmother patricia terry said he drake this stuff all the time he said of perked him up she recalled on the evening of november eight two thousand eleven terrorist plane hoops jim close by an eye for about forty five minutes go to canada red bull that became wide headed and collapsed records show so the collapse the death was india pathak dilated cardio myopathy which means that terry's heart stopped and there are many causes of dcm as it's known but for generics or alcoholism can play a role but the medical report referred tears consumption of energy dreaver before his heart attacks the no he was healthy and confined find any other reason why died in she previously filed a lawsuit against the city claiming that there is no defer later or other lifesaving equipment in the schools jim and took forty minutes for an ambulance to get there that cases pending so so a new complaint mentions the.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"What's news from the wall street journal top stories and timely invites i'm charlie turner in new york president donald trump is in puerto rico tuesday to survey the damage to the us commonwealth left by hurricane maria the visit comes two weeks after maria made landfall we'll talk with the wall street journal's rebecca ball house but first these top stories president trump called the gun massacre in las vegas an act of pure evil and said he would visit the city on wednesday looking to comfort victims and their families in the wake of a mass shooting that killed more than 50 people hundreds of others were injured the attack the work of a lone gunman firing from his thirty secondfloor hotel balcony at thousands of people attending a concert across the street mr trump ordered that the us flag be flown at half staff at all government and military facilities through october six wells fargo chief executive timothy sloan is expected to apologize for the banks phony accounts scandal on tuesday he'll also tell the senate banking committee that his firm is rehired about 1800 employees who leftover shortcomings with its sales practices according to written testimony reviewed by the wall street journal regulators last year find wells fargo one hundred eighty five million dollars for widespread illegal sales practices that included opening millions of deposit and credit card accounts without customers knowledge general motors plans to introduce tumour electric vehicles in the us within eighteen months and twenty globally within six years the latest carmaker to forge ahead on ev technology despite uncertain consumer demand gm said it would use the underpinnings of the chevy bolt e v introduced in the us late last year to offer two more mps in its home market.
"eighty five million dollar" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"The us box office in china now even in the us it's really not all bad news for familiar names the sequel the guardian's the galaxy is the biggest film of the summer so far it's brought in three hundred and eighty million dollars here in the us and over eight hundred fifty million dollars worldwide and this weekend hopes are high for universal's despicable me three com scores paltry garabedian predicts will win the weekend with over eighty five million dollars at the us box office now melissa at the end of the day is increasingly about the quality of the films because word of a bomb spreads faster than ever thanks to both rotten tomatoes all those reviews out there as well social media guys that company i mean anything over forty percent ron tomatoes under no juliette thank you julie worse than our next guest the hollywood studio executives who knows a thing or two about green lighting successful sequels michael burns vicechairman of lionsgate joins us now like the great to have you with us for vitamin julia makes a great point in her report and that is that you have to look at the box office a little bit more globally because you can have a sequel here in the united states that looks like a bombed but elsewhere it does fantastic louis how how can you tell that that would be the case but it is crystal ball but you know sometimes you can bucked the trend obviously john with bucked the trend for us the sequel did more than twice the business with the first one and it's actually the the uh the highest grossing electron excel through a film we've had in our history which includes all the on hunger games which is pretty incredible so i think you just have to make better movies something fresh but again it yes for some of these big movies like transformers amid enormous result in china.