23 Burst results for "Eighty Four Million Dollars"

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news in Washington I'm she Stevens four hundred eighty four million dollar federal relief fund has received final congressional approval in the house speaker Nancy Pelosi says it'll help small businesses and hospitals as well as workers who don't have bank accounts it took a giant step in loosening that that hard grip of disparity of access to credit in our country house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says his members are putting country before politics unfortunately madam speaker we watch the other side within our own speaker of the house interject politics where did not belong engine oversight body of our necessary relief fund president trump is set to sign the measure on Friday meanwhile Democrats are insisting that the next relief bill include direct payments to individuals as well as state and local governments conservatives say there's a need for debate over government spending your governor Andrew Cuomo is blasting Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell over some comments about federal corona virus relief details from NPR's Windsor Johnston McConnell suggested that states could use the bankruptcy route instead of receiving financial assistance from the federal government the Republican leader also branded the push for more state funding as blue state bailouts governor Cuomo who has repeatedly criticized Congress for a lack of financial aid calls McConnell's comments offensive for crying out loud if there was ever a time for you to put aside your pettiness and your partisanship I mean if there's ever a time for humanity and decency now is the time Cuomo has warned that New York state could lose up to fifteen billion dollars in revenue during the corona virus pandemic Windsor Johnston NPR news the US has recorded nearly eight hundred seventy thousand confirmed cases of covert nineteen nearly two hundred sixty thousand of them in New York Amtrak is projecting losses of about seven hundred million dollars to the corona virus pandemic as W. B. wars an injury and with medical reports the passenger rail company says that ridership is down ninety five percent the losses are a big blow to Amtrak which had record ridership last fiscal year the company was also on track to break even this year for the first time in its history Amtrak's CEO bill Flynn says it's unclear when that will happen now at this point we don't have a firm date by which we think will back to the break even in part because it's still not clear what the level of ridership will B. as we ramp up into this new normal Amtrak already scaled back service due to the pandemic and is now looking at how to face that back in after the crisis the company will also roll out measures to ensure social distancing for NPR news I'm sinning chore and one Mecca in Boston from Washington you're listening to NPR news as nations across Europe prepared to come out of confinement in the coming weeks governments are developing tracing apps NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports the European tracing models place a high priority on protecting privacy unlike South Korea China or Israel countries that use geo localization to warn citizens about cases of cove it European tracing models are based on Bluetooth Bluetooth tracing doesn't show where you go but reveals with whom you come into contact anonymous tracking numbers are used to hide phone owners identities technology expert Andrei Los accrue Pietri says European nations need to work together if they want to build a tracking system of large enough scale that also protects European values so we need to build by design at Dick's and privacy into the technology he says if Europe fails this crucial challenge it will be dependent on others technology and lose the digital battle Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris as many as ninety one corvette nineteen cases are now being reported aboard an Italian cruise ship that stock in southern Japan officials in Nagasaki say forty three new cases were reported there Thursday secondary students in Hong Kong were among the first in the world to take final exams Friday following a four week delay thousand showed up all wearing face mask and arriving early to have their temperatures checked Hong Kong schools have been closed since late January the Chinese ruled city reported two.

Washington NPR Stevens
Pennsylvania Dioceses Offer $84 Million To 564 Clergy Abuse Victims

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Pennsylvania Dioceses Offer $84 Million To 564 Clergy Abuse Victims

"An Associated Press review finds at the Pennsylvania Roman Catholic diocese have paid nearly eighty four million dollars to five hundred sixty four victims of sexual abuse seven of the state's a dis ease launch victim compensation funds in the wake of a landmark grand jury report on sexual abuse by Catholic clergy the funds were open to claims for a limited time this year the telly sure to grow in twenty twenty as compensation fund administrators work through a backlog of

Pennsylvania Roman Catholic Di Associated Press
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Cronin is reporting that's the fun digs Vikings wide receiver has not asked for a trade yet but digs did say. not sure what is agent is ask for not. that would not make me feel good. in fact digs then went on to say this I feel I deserve dharmas you know I mean no matter how you dress it up I won't be saying nothing only only speaking on it at all but there's two charms I guess here's truth to all rumors there's a rumor that you want out of here you want to switch companies there's a rumor that you're gonna leave your wife I'm not gonna leave my wife but I guess this truth all rumors with that make your wife feel wait I thought you just said you not believe me all I'm not only do you I'm just saying this truth all rumors it's really not a good way to come home. I would say to step on deck is interested to trade with the Minnesota Vikings come up in about an hour we'll check in with Cordy crown to get the latest on exactly what's going on Minnesota but you just tell me. this is an indictment of Kirk cousins. the eighty four million dollar man. the man brought in to win the Superbowl for Minnesota you guys can't forget a couple years ago the Vikings were what. a play away from the Superbowl. the Vikings were on the verge and it was decided the only thing we need is a better quarterback in case came only thing we need. is a guided to wash the red skins that is not good enough for their franchise. the only thing we need is Kirk cousins and they gave him eighty four million dollars guaranteed because isn't a bad quarterback because this is an average quarterback we know that. the body of work in the evidence is mounted high but if there's any in. further questions about who cousins is and whatnot the Vikings come at all with him let's except for the jury all pieces of evidence I submit to you exhibit a. when the best wide receivers in the league asking for or not asking for but suggesting there's truth all rumors that he might want to trade the findings. just might one out. you're talking about well the best one receiving tandems in the league atom films the findings once accomplished. on a team that was supposed to win. it's supposed to be good anyone out. the team is doing well. post to do well. why would you want a game plan for quarterback. let's go to exhibit B. what about the other wide receiver what about wide receiver Adam feeling at.

Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Cronin Kirk Superbowl. Adam eighty four million dollars eighty four million dollar
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Against injury last season got off to thirty two touchdowns to just twelve interceptions to go along with forty six hundred passing yards in a completion percentage of sixty five percent all right so barring injury it's eighty four million guaranteed in terms of performance over time for three years they can move on from gone off at the tune of eighty four million dollars I mean that's pretty reasonable considering that's less money than Kirk cousins got. in absolute guaranteed money and that's just that is now the price of doing business the National Football League I don't know of golf's worth it or not but a guy that was so aggressively criticized it's cool seasonally bounce back from that and. find himself the owner of a remarkably well the contract it'll be interesting as we get in this age of guaranteed money and it is spreading across the NFL all positions and a lot of it. well we'll get to that point where teams are going to start to be encumbered by bad contact that's one thing that I feel hasn't really yeah you can be in the NBA or MLB I mean the message to plain body beneath a trace you can be encumbered by a terrible contract and that contact can affect the outcome the ability to team to be successful you're you know you're not trying to retain guys you're betting to make sure the contract doesn't tie of important resources it'll be interesting whether they have a backlash or consequences in this age of mass of guaranteed money over there for years in the National Football League number four earlier today patriots wide receiver Johns today does today yes not yesterday but today okay not once a year no no today and not tomorrow which should be made.

National Football League golf NBA Johns Kirk eighty four million dollars sixty five percent three years
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin pain like death is a universal phenomenon that's the first line of reporter serve our needs two part series for the guardian newspaper about the opioid boom in India and that line says so much right whether you're a factory worker in Ohio with chronic pain or cancer patient in room by the pain can be the same what is also similar some of the big pharma names behind the drugs Johnson and Johnson Purdue pharma and other American opioid manufactures see big money in India where easing restrictions on controlled substances is making pain meds easier to get serve Arnie with Kaiser health news joins us now to talk about her reporting thanks so much for being with us thank you Rachel they can be hard to imagine here in the U. S. were pain medicine has just been a routine part of our health system now for so long but just started by explaining what has been different in India how how difficult had it been to get treated for pain there so for generations there were doctors who actually had never even seen a morphine tablets there's a doctor down in southern India name doctor Roger Gopal is really seen as the father of palliative care in India and he described how as a young medical student that he would see these patients dying of these incredibly agonizing diseases have cancer and so on and he really committed himself to trying to change the laws in India so he's the one that told me that that actually that there have been generations of doctors who never really seen a morphine tablets there have been so much hesitation around addiction that government officials were incredibly reluctant to try and loosen these abstract our hottest laws so what's it like now I mean how big is the market for opioid pain killers. well there's one point three seven billion people in India and there seems to be something available for all of them so what I found really fascinating when I was there is that you can really see the stratification in the pain management industry you can see these very high and clinics in Delhi like the daily pain management center that I went to they have a five clinics in every sector of Delhi you know there are well run shops you go in there there's you know white leather seats and excellent service so this would be server for the higher end clientele then you have these neighborhood clinics that are open late at night on a Friday or Saturday night when people actually have time to go to the doctor and then in the slums in Mumbai for instance you have the storefront kiosks where you can just step up to the store front and just by tram at all off the off the counter so if you can just walk up to a kiosk and and get an opioid how regulated is this market I mean are there are they even doctors who are standing behind those kiosks there are not doctors any behind those kiosks at the Indian government will tell you that they are regulating all of this that it is difficult to get access to these drugs but that is just not the case I was able to step up to another kiosk and by an actual shot of tramadol from Abbott laboratories you can go in and buy patches of buprenorphine or fat and all that are made by Johnson and Johnson and Lindy farm out which is the international affiliate of Purdue pharma so these drugs are readily available and certainly there are good actors who are trying to ensure that they don't have a U. S. style opioid epidemic there's a lot of concern about that their but the reality is this market is just so vast you know you're talking about tens of thousands of doctors spread out over this country that is just incredibly difficult to regulate it's hard to ignore the fact that those names you just mentioned Johnson and Johnson and Purdue pharma bowl pharmaceutical companies here in the US that are facing huge lawsuits have already been fined huge amounts of money for their role in. exacerbating the opioid epidemic here in the states how long have they been involved in the Indian market system can be have been there for a long time Johnson Johnson's been in India for a hundred years at ninety farmer which has several iterations of the company and in India has been around for a long time Abbott laboratories has been there for quite awhile as well these are known brands in India and many farm in particular often times with all due in these countries is they'll go in and form a partnership with a local company local Indian company so there's less a distinction between you know sort of a global pharmaceutical company in the local company it's sometimes difficult to tell the difference you're right that it it the chef the opening and ending availability of opioids it represents a cultural change to which I found really interesting you wrote the before pain management. was seen as helpful to people it was viewed as some kind of privileged indulgence of the west yeah I found this actually fascinating doctor duration who runs these pain management clinics in Delhi mention this in in he's really considered one of the fathers of the pain management industry there at a good actor somebody is really concerned about making sure that pain medications are are done in a proper way but yeah he mentioned this you know that it used to be that there is a sense of you just love to live with your pain and now he said no no people are coming to him and saying I've got neck pain or knee pain he actually said that a lot of twenty year olds are coming in with wrist and arm pain from typing so much and that they even want relief but like in the US the introduction of legal opioids has meant an increase in addiction in India how bad is it there well it's really difficult to get a sense of of how bad it is but I did go up to Shandor gar which is north of Delhi by about six hours it sits in what's called the Golden Triangle so there's a lot of hair when it passes through that area and there's a has been a long problem with heroin addiction in that area I did go to one of these they call them D. addiction clinics and I met with a number of these addicts and they said you know when they can get their hands on heroin or something else they'll turn to tram at all bill turned to buprenorphine they'll turn to any of the other drugs that are available and they said that they can easily go up to these Katniss these pharmacies there and purchase it you also point out in your reporting that some of the opening that has allowed these pain meds to come to market has to do with how the prime minister there no red remote he has approached healthcare overhauling it there to some degree right that's right so last fall the new government launched what is essentially the world's biggest public health insurance program at over there today debit mody care and it guarantees half a billion poor Indians about seven thousand dollars and hospital expenses now this is gonna be paid to private insurers by twenty twenty the government is saying it's going to open a hundred and fifty thousand primary care centers. so the government has set aside about four hundred and eighty four million dollars to fund this program and it's certainly the case that that drug companies understand that now there is a pay or for their for their products whether you go into the hospital and now now you can have some pain treatment along with whatever kind of procedure you're getting done there's not somebody who actually can pay for this as well so a burgeoning market to be sure absolutely serve Arnie with Kaiser health news for two part series on opiates in India appears in the guardian newspaper Sir thank you so much thank you Rachel this is NPR news. and this is WNYC in New York I'm Richard hake good morning at.

Steve Inskeep reporter NPR Rachel Martin eighty four million dollars seven thousand dollars hundred years twenty year six hours
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Edition from NPR news I'm no well king I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin pain like death is a universal phenomenon that's the first line of reporter serve our needs two part series for the guardian newspaper about the opioid boom in India and that line says so much right whether you're a factory worker in Ohio with chronic pain or cancer patient in room by the pain can be the same what is also similar some of the big pharma names behind the drugs Johnson and Johnson Purdue pharma and other American opioid manufactures see big money in India where easing restrictions on controlled substances is making pain meds easier to get serve Arnie with Kaiser health news joins us now to talk about her reporting thanks so much for being with us thank you Rachel they can be hard to imagine here in the U. S. were pain medicine has just been a routine part of our health system now for so long but just started by explaining what has been different in India how how difficult had it been to get treated for pain there so for generations there were doctors who actually had never even seen a morphine tablets there's a doctor down in southern India name doctor Roger Gopal is really seen as the father of palliative care in India and he described how as a young medical student that he would see these patients dying of these incredibly agonizing diseases have cancer and so on and he really committed himself to trying to change the laws in India so he's the one that told me that said actually that there had been generations of doctors were never really seen a morphine tablets there have been so much hesitation around addiction that government officials were part of the reluctant to try and loosen these are struck our hottest laws so what's it like now I mean how big is the market for opioid pain killers. well there's one point three seven billion people in India and there seems to be something available for all of them so what I found really fascinating when I was there is that you can really see the stratification in the pain management industry you can see these very high and clinics in Delhi like the daily pain management center that I went to they have a five clinics in every sector of Delhi you know there are well run shops you go in there there's you know white leather seats and excellent service so this would be server for the higher end clientele then you have these neighborhood clinics that are open late at night on a Friday or Saturday night when people actually have time to go to the doctor and then in the slums in Mumbai for instance you have the storefront kiosks where you can just step up to the store front and just by trying but off the off the counter so if you can just walk up to a kiosk and and get an opioid how regulated is this market I mean are there are they even doctors who are standing behind those kiosks there are not doctors any behind those kiosks at the Indian government will tell you that they are regulating all of this that it is difficult to get access to these drugs but that is just not the case I was able to step up to another kiosk and by an actual shot of tramadol from Abbott laboratories you can go in and buy patches of buprenorphine or fat and all that are made by Johnson and Johnson and Lindy farm a which is the international affiliate of Purdue pharma so these drugs are readily available and certainly there are good actors who are trying to ensure that they don't have a U. S. style opioid epidemic there's a lot of concern about that there and the reality is this market is just so vast you know you're talking about tens of thousands of doctors spread out over this country that is just incredibly difficult to regulate it's hard to ignore the fact that those names you just mentioned Johnson and Johnson and Purdue pharma bowl pharmaceutical companies here in the US that are facing huge lawsuits have already been fined huge amounts of money for their role in. exacerbating the opioid epidemic here in the states how long have they been involved in the Indian market have been there for a long time Johnson Johnson's been in India for a hundred years at moody farmer which has several iterations of the company and in India has been around for a long time at the laboratories has been there for quite awhile as well these are known brands in India and many farm in particular often times with all due in these countries is they'll go in and form a partnership with a local company at a local Indian company so there's less a distinction between you know sort of the global pharmaceutical company in the local company it's sometimes difficult to tell the difference you're right that it it the chef the opening and ending availability of opioids it represents a cultural change to which I found really interesting you wrote the before pain management. was seen as helpful to people it was viewed as some kind of privileged indulgence of the west yeah I found this actually fascinating doctor duration who runs these pain management clinics in Delhi mention this in in he's really considered one of the fathers of the pain management industry there at a good actor somebody is really concerned about making sure that pain medications are are done in a proper way yeah he mentioned this you know that that he used to be that there is a sense of you just love to live with your pain and now he said no no people are coming to him and saying I've got neck pain or knee pain he actually said that a lot of twenty year olds are coming in with wrist and arm pain from typing so much and that they even want relief but like in the US the introduction of legal opioids has meant an increase in addiction in India how bad is it there well it's really difficult to get a sense of of how bad it is but I did go up to stand guard which is north of Delhi by about six hours it's it's in what's called the Golden Triangle so there's a lot of hair when it passes through that area and there's a as it's been a long problem with heroin addiction in that area I did go to one of these they call them D. induction clinics and I met with a number of these addicts and they said you know when they can get their hands on heroin or something else they'll turn to tram at all bill turned to buprenorphine they'll turn to any of the other drugs that are available and they said that they can easily go up to these cabinets these pharmacies there and purchase it you also point out in your reporting that some of the opening that has allowed these payments to come to market has to do with how the prime minister there no red remote he has approached healthcare overhauling it there to some degree right that's right so last fall the new government launched what is essentially the world's biggest public health insurance program at over there today debit mody care and it guarantees half a billion poor Indians about seven thousand dollars and hospital expenses now this is gonna be paid to private insurers the by twenty twenty the government is saying it's going to open a hundred and fifty thousand primary care centers. so the government has set aside about four hundred and eighty four million dollars to fund this program and it's certainly the case that that drug companies understand that now there is a pay or for their for their products whether you go into the hospital and now now you can have some pain treatment along with whatever kind of procedure you're getting done there's not somebody who actually can pay for this as well so a burgeoning market to be sure absolutely Sir Varney with Kaiser health news for two part series on opiates in India appears in the guardian newspaper Sir thank you so much thank you Rachel. this is NPR news. what.

Steve Inskeep reporter NPR Rachel Martin eighty four million dollars seven thousand dollars hundred years twenty year six hours
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Love your home forks of baby continued now all rights some US series news out of the N. B. A. T. M. Z. has obtained court documents in a police report regarding the markets because in some which cousins ex girlfriend is seeking a restraining order against him she alleges he threatened her and previously choked her Christy west according to TMZ alleges that cousin said he would put a quote bullet in her head during an argument over allowing their seven year old son to attend cousin's wedding to another woman the Lakers have said in a statement they are quote aware of the allegations and are quote in the process of gathering information and that's where this is right now gentlemen is just in the information gathering process but that this is in yet another sort of moment where we see domestic violence become part of the sports culture conversation yeah obviously a an incredibly serious set of allegations we talk about and this is been a year we've heard some audio recordings of some conversations that have been incredibly unsettling going back to the Tyree kills actuate option with his former fiancee and that and so now it aids again as we go along in these we learn to take a beating to wait and see what happens but certainly that kind of language a potentially threats against a woman one restraining orders involving you certainly wait to see what legally happens with that as we wait to make judgment on this but it I mean despicable if it's true word is always goes without question yeah the Lakers said in a statement again they are aware of the allegations that are in the process of gathering the information yeah but not none of this looks real good well but again I I think that you mention the tire we kill situation we can't we heard the auto like all my gosh and then they went through the process and the the audio was I don't I'm not obviously we don't need to rehash all that was there was no there was no doctoring in that situation what there was was horrific things out on audio like those things ended up holding up but like we often see with this the legal system is an imperfect process when it comes to dealing with instances like this instances been in this case while doesn't involve violence against a child involves a child as a source of the disagreement so it's all things are very sensitive to in this spot but certainly on the surface sound incredibly on satellite now there's there's no question about that so we'll see how this process plays out would not only with him but with with that with the Lakers going forward and listen it's been a long time since we've had the everything was talk that the NBA with things that have gone on so much what with football getting ready here well I enter that point we will keep everybody updated as we get more information as the Lakers and the and be able to gather more information there's no easy way to transition but we will try to and we will give you a little bit of pre season prediction action preseason predictions always tricky in the NFL but Chicago fans are hoping Sports Illustrated double joints their prognostications in the print preview for this season writer and even though it rejects the bears to finish last in the NFC north with the seven and nine record and he points to a predicted decline for the big fan Vic Fangio less defense and concerns about third your quarterback Mr misty and the bears secondary as reasons gentlemen I get you caught up on what's trending Chicago fans gonna be mad about that well I mean what without question those are the concerns we did just like we talked about fifty touchdown seasons by a quarterback and then the next year yeah usually drops by double digits are sufficient we'll see they share the same thing it said about teams that defenses that lead in turnovers an hour in take aways that usually substantially drops the next year as well so people are waiting for that to naturally happen Vic Fangio the defensive coordinator is gone as a head coach in Denver so you wonder what effect that will have and then I as I have said I still think the defense could be a great defense a lot of this going to be on Mitch you know if you can get that offense of lying to stay healthy you can get up Kyle long you know what their best line when he's healthy to be healthy for a year along with the rest of that line you have the best life coaching here he stand there to help tell that line you have great weapons for Mitch Stravinsky he needs to take that next step I don't think they're going to finish last in a division I completely disagree with that but but I do think that Lynch pain is going to be Mitch taken the next step another year the Nagy offense to help them along if you're more comfortable it but to me that's the entire key it is interesting though the Vic Fangio Allman of this I thought there was an art it's all there is an article that came out the other day that was talking to some of the members of that Shanahan coaching tree look at Matt Loeffler Sean McVay and Kyle Shanahan and they were all asked about the toughest defensive coordinator to facing game plan against and I think each of them to a man said Vic Fangio on what does with you wanna defense as far as personnel groupings and the special things that he brings to that so that's going to be probably the most interesting because we always say you win with great players first and the Chicago Bears defensive still winter I need absolutely littered at every level of great players and it's not like the coach there isn't a really good defense recorded around general gado came over obviously made his bones as defensive coordinator with the Baltimore Ravens fork into the colts and got the head coaching job there a lot of pressure on Mitchell too risky though lots lots of pressure because like you said Mike those turnovers they just don't mean they come in bunches right yeah I mean you can you can do the sack thing and tackle for loss of saying the turnovers are the out wire and I I guess you can say in some way well if you get a lot of pressure you're gonna get a lot of turnovers historically you see that's the one stat that never translates from year to year exactly it's it we've seen too much evidence over time with that especially on the high end were they were so if it is but as far as that division I feel like we always talk about certain sports at the patriots until were proven otherwise in college football Alabama used to be Golden State in the NBA in the NFC north unfortunately where we're at is it's the Detroit Lions in last into were proven otherwise that's the thing that I can get around that one where's the optimism that the lions are going to be better than the bear I I don't see that I mean obviously you can see the Packers because of Aaron Rodgers and the Vikings Minnesota has you know talent left and right on that offense without last year and and Chicago as the great defense and a lot of weapons on offense and we looked at a quarter but same thing in Minnesota though I mean for Kirk cousins he acted only has good stats roster are you looking to staff but in certain situations he did not and that's what needs to be improved Kirk cousins as consistently put up stats that the end of the year make you go all yell Corrales's a pretty darn good quarterback but during the course of the season we know he was brought there to be the difference between Super Bowl roster not and he admitted as much right he said during last year was a record wise I've been about a five hundred quarterback and that's not what I was paid very amount of money to do so he recognizes that going into this season and he is put in as good a situation as a quarterback in the car understand the quarterbacks wins and losses are not a quarterback stato pages so from that corner man I appreciate that but tell you really hurt your old because they are to the tune of eighty four million dollars I coming of will cam Newton really be ready for week one will Zeke get a deal done before week one will take to the field by talking to feel that's next broken windows was high school I was at a friend's house in Cleveland so it's the first time I ever got on a motorcycle was my motorcycle debut abetted ago I went through a neighbor's wooden fence it's only a week ago.

N. B. A. T. M. Z. US eighty four million dollars seven year
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Did the cowboys full the world yesterday Twitter was just up in arms in the afternoon is the cowboys let us know a press press conference was coming everybody knew was signing was coming was he going to be Jack was it going to be easy is it gonna be Amari Cooper what are they spending the money who's gonna get it what's it mean for the future of the cowboys guess what D. none of the above the cowboys announced a mega deal yesterday but not with the player that most people expected Jaylen Smith said to be a restricted free agent after the season but but the cowboys and let's get ahead of it let's get it done they started their talks back in the spring according to ESPN's Todd archer and then they were able to get it all done once camp began yesterday they announced a mega contract according to Adam Schefter Kaelin's missed new deal with the cowboys five new year's on top of the year he had remaining sixty five million Bucks including thirty five and a half guaranteed that gives Smith the third highest paid guarantee and makes him a top five linebacker in the entire NFL with only twenty two starts we knew the James Smith was a priority we presumed that priority would come into account for next year that was the presumption because we talk so much about Zack Zack Deke I'm a deacon Zeke I keep trying to combine all of them because we talk so much about dak Zeke and amare we presume that those guys were going to be at the top of the list instead Jaylen Smith gets done I dug in and of itself dealings with getting signed right now before it becomes a restricted free agent so shocking right it's not a shocking thing for that to happen but when you've got these other superstars sitting around waiting to get paid it's got to be state we can say everything simple nothing simple when it comes to money nothing simple when it comes to the NFL five new year sixty five million Bucks only twenty two starts in just take them by the cowboys it's a statement because of a couple of things one they've got other contracts coming out that they need to take care of we all know about that to contract life how much we've been talking about the contact link specifically the running back position it's a different position than a linebacker understand that but we've been talking about the new NFL and whether or not the new NFL should take a look at ways to size shorter term deal to get guys paid more frequently so they can get more money now right we saw with Kirk cousins three years eighty four million dollars fully guaranteed and then it was all our quarterback's can old for short term deals that are fully guaranteed we've seen it at the running visit running back position but it has become a conversation especially in a franchise tag era where you get drafted they only for four years plus one year after that we talk so much about do they need to look at ways to do shorter term contracts so the guys can get to the table more often and get paid Jaylen Smith does the opposite five new year's on top of the year he had remaining that's a long time for a young guy to be under contract now let's remember Jaylen Smith was expected to be a top pick in the draft several just a gruesome injury in his bowl game with Notre Dame and then as a result he slipped in the draft at that time when he was drafted was drafted in the second round some people thought the cowboys were actually reaching the cowboys mentally buffet L. and when they made that leap of faith they came out nice and we're gonna get somebody great we believe the jailers with can be incredible and guess what after we have he has been you can just sign Jaylen Smith without people immediately wondering what it means for everybody else Jerry Jones cowboys owner had this to say about Jaylen Smith's contract extension add it to the press conference yesterday check it out never quit not one time he is admired by his teammates he is admired by his I've completely competes against his story is one that I would have done anything to be sure that it could be a Dallas Cowboys still I mean think about what he said the beginning he's never quit yeah that's so interesting because it's a very important choice of words Jerry Jones the comments started with he's never complained he's never wavered never missed a work out and he's never quit he never complained he's never wavered he's never missed a work out but we can say that those are all great credits to Jalin Smith and they are absolutely but it's easy they also take those comments a look at it and say mom in a world where we're convinced that everything a coach GM or owner says is a pointed message to the locker room to the guys that are playing for them is it not fair to look at this in a world where Jerry Jones makes a joke about Zeek and it becomes a big story is it not fair to look at that so that the choice of words and they're important he's never complained he's never wavered never missed a work out and he's never quit not one time the statement to Jalin Smith but how can it not also be perceived in some way as a statement to the rest of the locker room to this statement as a statement to Ezekiel Elliott and Jerry Jones is in a really tough situation now where this is what every owner in GM dreams of you dream that you drive so well you're gonna have to figure out how to pay a lot of guys that's why we've been talking about so much that's why the the order of payment is so important that's why it's such a big deal that Zeke wants to get done now when he still has time left on his contract but what did the cowboys you show you they showed you they will give you a mega deal even when they still have time to get it done Edward ESPN NFL reporter extraordinaires been cover the cowboys for ever does a great job of it he was Freddie and Fitzsimmons last night and really talked about the risk Jerry Jones is taking this but he said I do think that there is a certain amount of risk involved in what Jerry did today as far as the message he delivered to the players who who have not yet cooperated as far as agreeing to team friendly contract you know you can't have these three players thank you the Jaylen Smith came to benefit himself at their expense he undermined their contract position I think that's kind of a delicate dance that Jerry yes thank you from this point forward as it relates to these other players getting signed that's what's so hard about it you know it's really easy to look at contracts in a vacuum as we all want to do Jaylen Smith absolutely deserving of a mega deal in jail and Smith is a name that we've heard so much when we've talked about Z. can why this isn't as simple as just sign the big three and everything's going to work out just fine it's never been that simple first and last on ESPN radio Jason fits it's not that simple because of Jaylen Smith right one now you general Smith done is it not fair to turn the table and say and it is not that simple you can't look at any of these particular contract situations in a vacuum you can look at it on its own and say wow Jaylen Smith gets paid a little earlier they could have written it out for the whole year so it's great for him also really important to note really important to note that by getting paid right now he gets taken care of for his family before there's any sort of a conversation about a lockout should there be a lock out he gets a bunch of guaranteed money everything's good you know the cowboys essentially reward Jaylen Smith and then they get a long term deal out of it which makes a little more cap friendly and it gets one a one check mark off but when you call a press conference right now to talk about a contract any Jaylen Smith you know that you're making a couple of statements one you're rewarding somebody do you believe deserve to be rewarded that's fantastic but the other part of the statement and it's a fair question to ask is what is it mean for everybody else that's a question that we won't have an answer to and so some of these other elements start to get signed that's a question we won't be able to figure out you know we see which domino falls next and until we know that every single movie that's made in doubt evolves any dollars from the cowboys is gonna be questioned person laptop last presented by progressive insurance quote buy and save on home insurance with progressive new home quote.

cowboys Twitter Jack Amari Cooper eighty four million dollars three years four years one year
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And raised floors will stop by ray floors are a mixed martial arts boxing combat sports expert some interesting things happening over the weekend where once again we have a champion in place in MMA now can we Trish be able to couldn't continue his momentum after the win over the weekend some boxing stuff end something going alright personally when you talk about here because I'm very concerned about the young man if you follow him on Twitter at S. B. R. floors you see that for yourself gives that coming up at nine thirty in play top your thoughts as well three one two three three two ESPN is our phone number of the jet a great weekend I hope that you have a great Monday night I keep you company here in till ten o'clock right here on ESPN one thousand and the ESPN app great to have you in today because we have a lot of things to discuss here is a portion of one of the hood is brought to you by Intel custom check out their open house this Thursday from four thirty to six thirty tell them Tom Waddell since you'd get fifty dollars off are your clothes start and talk about the bears because the bears they played the New York Giants on Friday and I've sent a lot here the summer that if you're not into exhibition football that's fine but there are number of people that are into exhibition football the reason why is because it just what's the appetite for the regular season it's not necessarily anything where I got the yellow pad out and I'm breaking down play by play of everything in the exhibition season but it's on and usually if I'm going to turn on a game that doesn't mean much to many people outside the gamblers aha and those that have a interest in their team I'll watch and see which first timers are out there because usually if you're looking for the same players that you'll see on Sunday you probably have a look at the first quarter you look at maybe the second quarter just maybe but mostly the first quarter to see what happens well the question I would have for you is this rather top is that what the bears losing three to thirteen the question I would have for you is why did Mr Brzeski play why do you play now yes the question why are you asking this why didn't he play because exhibition season hood doesn't really matter right why should the starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears play against the giants he was out there for the first game in hand of all all three times so he's ready right we tell you what's happened here over the weekend with other teams because again we talk about the bears I never just talk about the bears I'll always talk about the NFC north always or at the end of sea life park about everything and football because that's important you don't look at the bears from last year versus this year look at the bridge for this year versus everybody else in the NFC it's more of an interesting look it might scare yeah right to look at other teams that might be as good or better than the bears but never the less the way I look at the bears is not who's going to be the second team or who's gonna be a third teamer for it's not about that its about the bears verses everyone else how can the bears be able to go to their schedule and if they're able to get to the post season what can they do against some the other up several echelon teams in the NFC so I look at what happened over the weekend for exhibition football did not play chase Daniel and Tyler brain with quarterback for the bears it's a matter of fact you can see a lot of what we are going to consider the starting running backs or the starting wide receivers out there it's not affect the bears in play over twenty plus starters twenty five plus starters in a game against the giants but you know who did playing tricks you can play which no did play Josh Allen played you know Josh Ellis Josh Allen is a quarterback for the bills no did play Sam Donald the starting quarterback for the jets no did play Matt Ryan the quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons I you know did play Russell Wilson Superbowl champion Russell Wilson for the Seattle Seahawks who did play cook cousins eighty four million dollars guaranteed he was out there and played here just for a series but he was out there for the Vikings you know what else is out there to Sean once it was out there for the Texans Pat my homes you know him the the cover the guide is on the cover for Madden that guy the homes out there and he played over the weekend sort of Marcus Mariota so the combination of Ryan Fitzpatrick and and rose and sold it Winston for Tampa you know else played if you watch the game or know what happened you know wells played you lie manning played it's got a touchdown against the bare second team so if that's not enough how about this why is it that those quarterbacks how come they were out there for Sears or two working with their offense introduce you did not here is what is will some to me looking at this bear season coming up I'm not going to deviate on what I told you about the bears earlier this summer because I'm not going to change I still feel that the bears are playoff team I still feel that their defense will be stronger if if if not as strong at least in the ballpark of being strong defensively based on the amount of quality talent on the defensive side of the football however offensively they're still questions about what we could see this is why I'm so looking forward to the upcoming season because it tells you a greater story than you and I could ever know about what Mr Christie is risky may not play another down in the preseason and he is either hiding or that Nagy says let's not expose you until the first game against Green Bay I know that when Tony Dungy.

eighty four million dollars fifty dollars
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of the cubs related issues side how was your fishing and golfing excursion last week you know I I think the only thing Tommy I would change about it is that next year I want to invite you all man it's nothing but fly fishing in the morning and the afternoon golf during the day the only mistake I made was I think Tommy I think I was the only guy there that didn't either leave on a private plane on his own plane and I know it the only time I've ever traveled with you was on a private plans I kind of figure that's the norm with you so you're good interpretation right now too they had to dress Idaho okay next year in late July to hang out with his me a full year now to work on a private jet to get us all out there can I start off with asking you questions you know what I I we didn't get a chance obviously what a great time and a great turn out at Chicago cut couple weeks ago dates llamar good buddy everything was just outstanding I didn't get a chance to talk much about earlier that day I was invited by John McDonough the president of the black box to go over into were their new training facility have you been there Tommy I am not I am not yeah yeah it's something that that you'll you'll have to do at some point you talk about magnificent obviously it starts at the top with rocky words creating the money to have it be a facility that nobody else in hockey has anything close to that and what I thought of was what goes on with the cubs in spring training would deal came and he saw what the conditions were like they were probably in the bottom five as far as baseball is concerned as far as spring training and it really is even more so Tommy for the minor league guys in the Beckley guys in given the mildly guys you know like a chance to get better if there's anything you need to improve on the opportunity in the machine or whatever the coach is there I saw the exact same thing with the black box it it's unbelievable what they're doing for those young players and we've seen what it is done for the cubs we know it is going to put the Blackhawks right back on track my question is is it not now you know a lot more about the bears and I do I know two people okay I I know Ryan pace and I know Matt Nagy and they I I mean I don't know better people wondered met Matt of course was here in Kansas city right they hate the losing their you know all about that what's the what's the bears facility like in what what what what are things looking like for them they did so they did a really nice job being an extension to what they have up in Lake Forest now and look at it it's it's all true important for a number of reasons the reasons you described to get guys you know in the peak condition and and get them ready to play and also I think it serves as a recruiting tool you know for for potential free agents aids you want to be you want to feel good about where you're going to work every day and hope and feel like you've got every possible chance to succeed in your you're surrounded with the top of the line equipment and all the right people and I think that that's kind of a common theme in this town these days with all of our professional sporting teams that it's good to know that the Blackhawks have done that and certainly as you mentioned the cubs have done it is well and and we've talked a lot said about the cubs in maybe the budget that they have this year but once again feel was given an opportunity to go out and make a few deals and add a little bit to to the payroll was some of the guys that they they added whether it was you know Cassiano Sir Tony camper feldspar Holland talked to was a little bit about the V. additions to this team prior to the trade deadline sorry I think the first thing the decision that I want to talk about is the tube to go along with your point which is a terrific point about being a tool to bring in free agents believe me if the plan wasn't in place for Sloan park and all the changes to the clubhouse at Wrigley Field Jon Lester would have never come to the north side of Chicago all those things had a lot to do with bringing him here and we know what's happened since Jon Lester put on Chicago because of uniforms you know this is the other thing to me is all you had to do and and I know we did you have an eye on I've been in your studio I I know what it's like there I watch the whole game today I had a lot of it the tape to begin with so that I didn't have to go through all the commercials but I'm telling you what the reason that the money was there now how maybe it was a when the season began but the reason in my opinion the money was there all you had to do was look at that crowd today all you had to do was look at not one empty seat there you had to look as if they needed revenue the Chicago Cubs fan today regardless of what happened on this path road trip and how bad things have been this toggle cope and said if you need some more money you know what would bring it to the ball park today and the next thing you know let let me tell you something I I can I can totally relate to what Nick Cassiano swim through today you know that he went from a team in June and July the the Detroit Tigers were five and twenty in both of those months that was almost what it was like for me back in eighty four when I got out of Cleveland and I got to come to Chicago and experience what we saw in nineteen eighty four I honestly think more than anything else it has a lot to do with the cub fans providing the financial support for the cubs to go out and add and add in ads and I also think that health will have a lot to do with what the Nick Jess Diaz decides to do when he becomes a free agent well I mean obviously if you were a player like Cassiano says you mention you you're thrilled to be traded to a team that's got a chance to win how much of an impact can some of the guys stealing Jetta added how much impact can they have in the remainder of the regular season you know it's I mean I I think the impact was immediate last night when a lot of guys went up there China looking as hobby bios said after the game today I and I have this written down this is mine first but when hobby when are the echoes that you got to give all the credit because in a lot more about it than I do but he goes we're just trying to do too much on the road and I states what Cassiano stood last night I I think what did batch that he had to prove that when you've got a guy like Jack Flaherty on amount like he was last night I mean he was dialed in you got to give him a lot of credit we go back and look at the for A. B. used to cast the items that you walk on about the pitch is the first time he struck out on about ten to which is the second time you got the only yeah and then his last at bat hit a line drive to third base there were a lot of guys that didn't come close to having any of that success in any one of their three or four bad so I I just think that that you know it it is the message that I got from deal with sting when he brought in casting on those and the added Kim Johnny for me it was loud and clear if you don't produce you're not going to play yeah Joe said before the game it's Big Boy time and then unfortunately they went out and got beat exit but they got one hit but with that said it to me it sounded like side that they're going to be no more kind of experiments in you don't experiment when you get to August but they're going to play the guys that are playing bass regardless of matchups it seems going forward well you're coming you're right but it's not like they're given up on anybody it's just like they're basically saying you know the slow start for for for twenty nineteen is over with I got a good place for months or some guys right now that are produced and there have been bad years and all you gotta do is look at the center field numbers collectively look at the second base numbers collectively and look at the guys that have really struggled on the road a lot of that is going to be change here the last couple of months and here's the thing that that excites me more than anything IBM Alex will be low the president of vice president of the Tigers in their general manager a great friend of mine it was his father Ralph the took me the Dominican Republic back when I was a young kid with the Dodgers anyway I'm only for a long time I talked to him today about Cassiano and he just he talk the first thing you said was this guy's locked in we signed in with eighty four million dollars because we didn't want him going to Miami we we knew we had a chance to be a premier player to help us win he did a lot of great things while he was there he talked about him being athletic Callie's locked in now he's a doubles machine but you know the one thing that this said to me about the in judgment about what they want to Tom rickets and and and the Ricketts family with on why we need cast Jana's you know his numbers against left handed pitching are are are are basically off the chart you know he said in almost three fifty with an OPS well over a thousand we also know that the cubs combine coming into the day really just barely over two thirty now if you want to get to the World Series and winning okay you know if you're in the National League you got to get by the Dodgers well the Dodgers gonna throw out in that three game five game seven game series whatever it might be they're gonna so a lot of left handed pitching in there and I think that probably excited me more about yes he does have to be the guy that they wanted more than anybody else more than Trevor Bauer more than Madison Bumgarner he had to be that guy because they need that guy if we can get to the point where they're playing in the postseason against the Dodgers and they're going to have to beat some of that left handed pitching obviously this gives them a much better chance to do that as always Friday at five o'clock means Rick Sutcliffe joining us here on E. S. P. N. one thousand so you mention this a little bit ago about the struggles on the road is there any easy way to define why this team has had such a rough ride away from their own building I think Tommy is you say that I I I think that the is that they need to think small but they need sometimes you've got to surrender to a to a pitcher when he's locked in yeah you might take that first strike and try to do whatever it is you want to do but after that you got to let him dictate the actions he's gonna stay away you're not going to pull the baseball I I've seen a lot of individual thinking particularly on this last road trip rather than collectively you know you got two outs nobody on in to count come on find a way to find a way find a way to get on base find a way to work that counts at least get the pitch count up to were maybe instead of getting to the back end of somebody's bullpen you you bring in a little guy a rich guy that that might not be able to have that much success I at the the thing that did it every time you ask you who took your question just so grateful to Marco but the thing that came to mind me there I go back I was in the outfield in spring training before nineteen eighty nine and I'm standing there with Greg Maddux and Greg at one I think eighty seven eighteen games that the year before and I go a kid I go what what your expectations this year he said you wanna know the truth and I said yeah he said my goal is to win ten games and pitch a hundred seventy five innings and I looked at him and I said what I said if that's all you're going to do we're not going anywhere he goes.

cubs Tommy I eighty four million dollars
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So called disguised as a mild mannered financial report when someone a suit that's what I'm talking about a soup ladle yeah I got it what we got going on in the world had this issue with the Nike and the Betsy Ross flag in and in Arizona governor said yeah yeah you know what does matter Nike is moving ahead with the new factory in Arizona after that flop with the governor Doug Ducey but led to speculation the project would be up in the air but now the company says a new plan will be in the Phoenix suburb of good year and it will generate more than five hundred full time jobs and investment of at least one hundred eighty four million dollars no word on whether on the governor's move to actually pull the one million in incentives but I would think he probably did not what pulled the overview I don't think he's going to pull it now I think you are you he told them they had to pull but he does the legislature has to prove that though if the legislature sees a five hundred full time jobs are coming I think they made on the nose think and also do believe the states chamber of commerce tweeted and said yes this is a great thing so there you go all right Amazon is looking for a better echo yeah they're developing a better quality echo apparently they are they're creating this you know it's a cylindrical thing right and the new one the prototype is bigger because of putting in more components including at least for tweeters the echo went on sale in twenty fifteen eMarketer says it will have sixty three percent of the US market this year but it's lost ground to the sonos one the apple home pond in the Google home Max because they all claim they deliver superior audio another trying to up the ante here and Amazon is also ramping up work on its home robot now this robot is ritual is supposed to be unveiled early this year but apparently just isn't ready for a mass production yet so Amazon could choose never to release it but in recent months Bloomberg learned the company has pulled engineers from other projects to work on it not supposed to have some wheels what exactly is going to do we don't quite now let's go see if you have anything you need a robot to do I can't think of anything that I could schedule the robot did a or what nice fifty like clean the kitchen floor you know once the bell you have those little vacuums now to do that they don't do I guess but the robots to right that that qualifies as a robot yeah this is something new different just another robot is for you know everybody's going to have a family robot give me a beer yeah we have those like you say it's just you know we're just gonna sit there everything we brought us really just keep getting fatter elsewhere the price of avocados is going to the roof in fact this present ever caught us from Mexico has doubled doubled since the start of the year part of the problem is a smaller California crop which means the shipments for Mexico have increased at a time of year when apparently supplies are already usually low good thing I've never bought one all right care never never mind I'm sure the the publicado but I've never bought avocado wow you show up at a party in Israel I sent him that did it right make the of make make the dip walking the walk all right what we have futures wise futures are higher has to be of seven points nasdaq of twenty one the daily minis of eighty nine looks like we could be building on a the record high close for the blue chips yesterday from the Bloomberg news remind Petry Sikora newsradio seven hundred WLW.

one hundred eighty four millio sixty three percent
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here's our top story despite governor Doug Ducey pulling incentives from Nike the shoe company still is setting up shop in good year governor Doug Ducey pulled the plug on nearly one million in incentives last week after Nike pulled issue with the Betsy Ross flag from store shelves this after calling happened I called the flag offensive the governor tweeting today Arizona is open for business and welcomes Nike to our state this expansion is expected to add five hundred full time jobs and an investment of at least one hundred eighty four million dollars Ashley flood KTA Arnie's as a father myself of the sixteen year old I can't imagine what this young man's family is going through an indictment for first degree murder now filed against the man who allegedly said seventeen year old Elijah all women in the neck in a circle K. you're sixty Seventh Avenue and Peoria last week the man told police that he felt unsafe because of the teens rap music and that's why he stabbed him the teen's family wants his murder classified as a hate crime Arizona has chosen to keep it simple and straight forward for prosecutors to be able to convict someone of having committed a crime and then were able to use evidence of bias to enhance that sentence to increase the penalty that's makeup county attorney bill Montgomery explaining Arizona's laws when it comes to hate crimes he also says at this point there's no evidence of any ties to hate groups the first west Nile death of the season has been reported the county health department says it was an older adults who also what other health conditions more than twenty seven cases of west Nile virus have been reported in Maricopa county this year the department reminds everyone to protect themselves from mosquito borne diseases the nation's best known stock index has hit a new milestone the Dow Jones industrial average closed above twenty seven thousand for the first time after the federal reserve signaled a possible interest rate cut ahead the newest thousand point move comes about a year and a half since the Dow closed above twenty six thousand the stock market's performance seems to be at odds with the feds reasons for cutting interest rates usually when the economy is perceived as struggling but the fed chairman said this week business investments have slowed of late as ABC's Erin to Turkey let's check on traffic with Larry Lewis season the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you would want to one south bound near railroad we've got an accident reported here so watch out for delays looks like they're gonna be off right ten he's found another act for you this time around around the street parkway you have an accident reported seventeen north and near union hills so watch out for that and we did have some debris on the two oh two red mountain west right around Scott still road looks like the PS just move that off to the left shoulder that HOV lane is moving again this report Bonser by credit karma if you're truly free credit scores and free credit monitoring from credit karma today download the credit karma now I'm Larry Lewinski T. A. R. news.

Doug Ducey Nike the shoe company one hundred eighty four millio seventeen year sixteen year
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"John Paul's weenie. Under some sectors that you wanna have more or less closure to behind this engine of games a military. So today's Wall Street actually, US market looks relatively safe Bergen diligence Bloomberg influential McCartney to right now. So you go with foale's neom. Unleash whoever wins today. Buber? Business thrive on podcasts. Door banks first quarter net income missed the average estimates the Bank reporters and income of eighty four million dollars the estimates. We're on ninety four million. Joining me from Doha is the banks is CEO ragavan. See throbbing good to have you with us this morning ragavan. Let's just deal with the business. First of all. Hi, would you describe this quarter? Because if we look under the hood, the Mon book on the deposits Boesch rank, and I think the market would quite like to know why. Wanting medicine. To be part of the show is chartered. We wanted to beat us tobacco. Right. Lindy look. Because grown five point eight billion. That's deliberate decision at the same time leading the. The. Donna in the region and the geopolitical tension to back prime motel. That's why we have exposure of the teach. And again, this which you have seen has one enterprise. Definition. So. Into the back in terms of lending to us. That has paid excellent again on average equities. Percent. One point we'd pushing. Reorganizing the case model I'm trying to tenable journey. Do you talk about this sustainable journey? How do you drive revenue higher at the top line because he's seen full quarters of revenue decline to push that trend if you've gone through the reengineering of the institution. How do you reignite revenue build? But tensions on the the political blockade, which was the whole claim has been. Onto the top line minimization at the same time. If you look at the bigger picture,.

Buber US foale John Paul Bergen McCartney CEO Lindy Donna eighty four million dollars
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Brooklyn. Scott Pringle, NBC News Radio New York. Consumer reports asking Fisher Price of mmediately recall, the rock and play sleeper. The request comes on the heels of a warning from the company and the consumer Product Safety Commission for people to stop using the rocker by the time the child reaches three months or learns to roll over the government's safety commission says ten babies have died since two thousand fifteen after rolling over in the rockers consumer reports says its own investigation as turned up at least thirty two deaths. The film, mortal engines is at the top of deadlines new list of the biggest box office. Bombs of last year, the movie website estimates. Mortal engines, lost nearly one hundred seventy five million dollars. Disney's a wrinkle in time was in second place with a loss of nearly one hundred and thirty million the robinhood reboot lost nearly eighty four million dollars to place third. The number four and number five biggest box office flops of two thousand eighteen are also Disney films solo a Star Wars story. Lost nearly seventy seven million dollars the nutcracker and the four realms had an estimated loss of about sixty six million. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio. The Irving Texas. Police department is trying to return a New York police officers award for more than one hundred years ago to his family, the bad shape award turned up recently in a pawn shop owned by a board member of the Irving police athletic league officials are putting up word on social media that they're looking for the relatives of the officer won the NYPD's most popular policemen award nineteen fourteen anyone wanting to claim it has to give the name grave on the back end provide proof of being related, Tom Roberts NBC News Radio..

Disney NBC New York Product Safety Commission Fisher Price officer Scott Pringle Mark Mayfield Texas Irving NYPD Brooklyn. Tom Roberts one hundred seventy five milli seventy seven million dollars eighty four million dollars one hundred years three months
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Six point five. Devia? Independent in thoughts and punk rock in life. It's the Chad Benson show. I am very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal. End the shutdown and reopen the federal government. But now it is not a lasting super super. Duper. Duper. Uber. Uber long-lasting deal. It is a short term deal in a short while I will sign a Bill to open our government for three weeks until February fifteenth. No wall money. It's funny. Well, of course, not what what what are you gonna give him? Hey, we'll open it up for three weeks. But I would like eighty four million dollars for the wall. It's the way that he's putting it out there. Is. We're going to sit down and have a bipartisan panel. So we have bunch people come together. Both sides of the aisle to work on a full comprehensive immigration reform Bill. And I have a feeling they'll be money in there. But we'll be enough. You know, the the more that I deal with people who are not talking about people's support Trump. I'm talking about the sycophants out there and his base. Trust me. There's a lot of their everybody's both sides have him. Right. The more that that ideal them. I if he doesn't get everything he wants they're going to be disappointed. They are they're going to be disappointed in him. And I'm already seeing it. Now, people are tweeting, and texting at me, I can't believe cave. Nancy in them one. This not why voted for him. Look, you know, what here's the thing in life. You make tough decisions and you pay for it at the ballot box many times. Right. Sometimes to do the right thing. You end up costing yourself. But it's the right thing to do at the time. That's what leaders do. That's what leaders do. I think what he's trying to do is here. Simply this. I'm gonna give it three more weeks. I think I specially Lindsey Graham has been has been just doing his best to push this. Give us three weeks. We can get something done give just three weeks. And there was some frustration over time because I think Lindsay thought that has been pooh-poohed, but. Eventually, I think he's got his way. And I think there were a few other Democrats that also said look, I agree with you. We need something. But let's just sit down. This isn't a way to do it. This isn't helping anybody here. And you've got people struggling I will make sure that all employees received their back pay very quickly or as soon as possible. So fast that fast. There you go. Right. He's writing you checks today. So we'll see what happens, and I also think too. I mean yesterday, you saw Republicans citing six of them siding with Democrats and on their Bill on the Senate floor and had a few Democrats siding with the Republicans. So it wasn't anything to get past. But you're starting to see that they're definitely both sides. They've got fatigue. They just want to get this done. So we'll see what happens three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at me, dude. Love hearing from Oregon is thinking about trying something that is. There say it depends on what you read it. They're saying it's voluntary. But the way it's moving through the legislature. And the what they're trying to do makes me think that this is going to be that that while they're doing the study to say look at how good this thing is it's with the end game in mind that this is eventually going to be a law. The headline in this article posted Thursday made it seemed like Oregon lawmakers would impose surveillance on newborns, and their parents actually Senate Bill five twenty six would only allow a study of what health officials say would be a statewide voluntary program for parents with newborn babies, okay? So what does that even mean? Well, it gets a little interesting here. And again, some people saying it's a study. But the way that they're fast tracking this and they're doing it in other states across the country as a parent make you feel uncomfortable. What we're trying to explore. The study is what would it look like if every? Family.

Duper Lindsay Senate Oregon Chad Benson Lindsey Graham Twitter Nancy three weeks eighty four million dollars
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Life. It's the Chad Benson show. I am very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal to end. This shutdown and reopen the federal government. But now it is not a lasting super super. Duper. Duper. Uber. Uber long-lasting deal. It is a short term deal insured while I will sign a Bill to open our government for three weeks until February fifteenth. No wall money. It's funny. Well, of course, not what what what are you gonna give him? Hey, we'll open it up for three weeks. But I would like eighty four million dollars for the wall. No, it's it's the way that he's putting it out. There is we're going to sit down and have a bipartisan panel. So we have budge people come together. Both sides of the aisle to work on a full comprehensive immigration reform Bill. And I have a feeling they'll be money in there. But will it be enough? You know, the the more that I deal with people who are are. And I'm not talking about people's support Trump. I'm talking about the sycophants out there and his base. Trust me. There's a lot of them out there. Everybody's both sides have right. The more that that I deal with them. I if he doesn't get everything he wants they're going to be disappointed. They are they're going to be disappointed in him mardi seeing it. Now. People are tweeting, and texting EMMY I can't believe he's already caved Nancy in them one. This not why voted for him. Look, you know, what here's the thing in life. You make tough decisions and you pay for it at the ballot box many times. Right. Sometimes to do the right thing. You end up costing yourself. But it's the right thing to do at the time. That's what leaders do. That's what leaders do. I think what he's trying to do is here. Simply this. I'm gonna give us three more weeks. I think I specially Lindsey Graham has been. Has been just doing his best to push this. Give us three weeks. We can get something done give us just three weeks. And there was some frustration over time because I think Lindsay thought that has been pooh-poohed, but. Eventually, I think he's got his way. And I think there were a few other Democrats that also said look, I agree with you. We need something. But let's just sit down. This isn't a way to do it. This isn't helping anybody here. And you've got people struggling I will make sure that all employees received their back pay very quickly or as soon as possible. So fast that fast. There you go. Right. He's writing your checks today. So we'll see what happens, and I also think too. I mean yesterday, you saw Republicans citing six of them siding with Democrats and there. Bill in the Senate floor, and he had a few Democrats siding with the Republicans. So it wasn't anything to get past. But you're starting to see that. There are definitely both sides. They've got fatigue, and they just want to get this done. So we'll see what happens three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at me. Do you love hearing? From you Oregon is thinking about trying something that is. There say it depends on where you read it. They're saying it's voluntary. But the way it's moving through the legislature. And the what they're trying to do makes me think that this is going to be as volunteer that that while they're doing the study to say look at how good this thing is. It's with the end game in mind that this is eventually going to be a law. The headline in this article posted Thursday made it seem like Oregon lawmakers would impose surveillance on newborns, and their parents actually Senate Bill five twenty six would only allow a study of what health officials say would be a statewide voluntary program for parents with newborn babies, okay? So what does that even mean? Well, it gets a little interesting here. And again, some people saying it's a study. But the way that they're fast tracking this and they're doing it in other states across the country as a parent. Make you feel uncomfortable. What we're trying to explore..

Lindsay Duper Senate Oregon Bill Chad Benson Lindsey Graham Twitter Nancy three weeks eighty four million dollars
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"That's bullshit. They're just trying to scare you don't listen to him. It's not it's never against the law to eat food that you found on. So that you're actually as a tax payer. Yeah. Alabama that's your food so highway. Uh-huh. Think about that not only crimson tide. Lose those free chicken tenders on highway thirty five outside Cherokee county. Not free. Yeah. You can't have them. Now. I have to ask you do. We know what restaurant. It was from do. Not. Okay. Don't have that listed. But yeah, clearly matters if it was raising cane's, I would set up my own roadblock. We'd fly down there. Right. Yeah. My cool thrown is the Minnesota Vikings. Guess what? Minnesota Vikings your season ended poorly. But you have a great guy in charge and GM Rick Spielman. So did you see the story? No. Okay. So Rick Spielman, I just know anybody that pays cousins eighty four million dollars has shit together. Well, got to believe that guess what? He is completely saying. Totally fine. Don't even worry about it. He'll figure this thing out a little story about Rick Spielman and his game day routine. Spillman falls the same routine before every Vikings home game and this week against the cardinals is no different this. How general manager survives thirteen NFL seasons by tempering his anxiety and finding order in the chaos he wakes up at five am he takes his dogs for a walk following the same route? He eats the same breakfast sandwich. Friday bacon, peanut butter on a wheat round. He shaves the left side of his face. Then the right way. Wait, you said peanut butter and Egge sandwich. No fried egg bacon. Peanut butter on elite round. Yes. Okay. Shaves the left side of his face. Then the right. He puts his shoes and socks on before his pants leaves his house at the same time. So he can arrive the stadium at eight falls same route stops the same gas station, use the same pump and makes sure always to end his purchase on zero. Okay. So he's got. Cd? Wow. And that's okay. Puts his shoes and socks on before his pants going. This is so crazy because he he uses the same gas station in the same exact pump and make sure it ends zero. And that's not the that's the third craziest thing in that story tells us so hard to do to stop the pump zero. No, if you do the little squeeze you can do it. It's it's it's actually someone tells me this guy doesn't do the squeeze though. Well, timed out he's got the clock. And it said he also another thing that he does on the same schedule stops working for the year and goes home at the very end of December. Yes. Yeah. He the zero thing Hank. It doesn't sound like he makes the exact same amount every time. So he probably misses. And then goes to the next one. Oh, so dollars exact misses it. And he's like all right. I'll go to six zeros or just good zeros are just there. Have you ever talked with somebody that has that has OCD and is fixated on certain numbers. Have you seen? Have you seen the corner my office? I clearly have. Yeah. Exactly the pile. No. It's it's an awesome conversation because it'd be like do you have favorite number, and it'd be like, yes. Seven be like why seven and the only answer they'll have is seven good numbers. Perfect. Good. And then they'll eventually talk you into believing into into their favorite number Rick Spielman. Good job. Good job her shoes. Socks and shoes before his pants. What kind of Patsy wearing MC hammer pants do coz, how'd you get those on you gotta wear, gene? Coz crazy who'd cuts, actually, it's so frustrating. Have you ever tried to put on Passover socks? Yes. Yeah..

Rick Spielman Minnesota Vikings Spillman Hank Cherokee county Vikings Alabama cardinals GM NFL OCD general manager eighty four million dollars
"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"eighty four million dollars" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"So he switched and saved a bunch. So it all worked out. Spain and Fitz. There is a quarterback. In the National Football League. Who is among the top ten in almost all meaningful statistics. And yet is being declared a massive bust a guy who if you just look at the numbers seems like he had a pretty good here. But if you use the eye test, or if you look at his record against winning teams, which is terrible. You start to question. Whether the numbers are telling you the real story four and twenty five versus teams with winning records for one Kirk cousins. And field Yates, I ask you as we talk about Kirk cousins and his people already call him a bust in his people question whether the Vikings need to sit him and start someone else even though he's making eighty four million. What do we make of the season? We just saw from Kirk cousins how much of this is sticker shock from the contract. And how much of it is actually disappointing play. I think it's a bit of both Sarah. I had a headmaster who used to say back in high school to whom much is given much expected. And that's the reality of them last time. And it's from Spiderman you keep giving your guy credit, and I appreciate that. But the grandfather in Spiderman my bad, I'm just starting to talk to Rick. Melvoin the credit. Director perpetuating. Tired? So he's probably been show right now. But anyway, that was Spiderman or wreck Melvoin one of them said to whom much is given much expected. And that's what happens when you're drafted number one overall, or when you are paid eighty four million dollars, not the first ever fully guaranteed contract. But the most notable ever fully guaranteed contract at the quarterback position. And the other part of it, Sarah is a lot of how we perceive things as narratives that are are tied to them. Right. So the narrative was what the Vikings did was they moved on from a quarterback who limited them in key moments in case keenum to a quarterback that would win them big games despite what was going on around him in Kirk cousins. And he didn't in the biggest moment of the season going against a bears team that was without some key defensive players. And in the second half Sarah kinda called off the dogs because the raiders understood they were not going to be able to secure a top two seed with the Rams handily beat in the forty Niners. Kirk cousins couldn't deliver at all. I am fine with Kirk cousins as an NFL starter. He is not you know, a guy that he has been paid commensurate with what starting quarterbacks make. But when you do a deal of that stature that publicly Sarah because it was the most public quarterback negotiation over the past few years that much is clear, and he had the comments I think sort of went viral about him getting a call from the jets and subsequently turning those around and saying we got what we needed an offer to make the Vikings up the ante a little bit all of those factors. I think contributed to the fact that now people are saying Kirk cousins massive disappointment. He was set up for boom or bust this season. If they went to the Super Bowl, it was the brilliant move the master Schroeck to get Kirk cousins if he didn't anything short of that. And certainly when you go eight seven in one and miss the playoffs all the blame is being cast upon Kirk cousins, not an offensive line that was consistently. Not very good. Not a running game that never got going. Not. A wide receiver downfield who kind of tailed off at the end of the season. It's all about Kirk cousins. And he has to understand that and not a defense that a look to be great last year and just didn't follow up with a season commensurate with what we expected in general the team didn't do what we expected, and that includes what we thought would be a significant or at least a noticeable upgrade from what case keenum did last year. And it wasn't you mentioned that this is a guy who always does enough to to get a team to go after him and to get people to be raising the amount of money until he finally ends up with the contract and the place..

Kirk cousins Vikings Sarah National Football League Spain Rick Fitz Yates Director Schroeck raiders Rams eighty four million dollars
Seahawks, Russia and Spain discussed on Joe Walsh

Joe Walsh

02:24 min | 3 years ago

Seahawks, Russia and Spain discussed on Joe Walsh

"From the fox sports studios in los angeles here's the seeker lebron james will sign what the la lakers agency says it'll be a four year deal worth over one hundred fifty million dollars reports say it's an opt out before year four orlando is resigning aaron gordon to four years a reported eighty four million dollars at the two world cup game sunday in the round of sixteen they each went to penalty kicks russia eliminated spain croatia over denmark and tomorrow on fox tv it's brazil versus mexico at ten am eastern time then belgium against japan tiger woods tied for fourth place in maryland shooting a final round sixty six the us senior open winner on f s one was david toms kyle busch took the nascar races chicago land is fifth victory this year british tennis star andy murray withdrew from wimbledon due to a hip injury the grand slam tournament begins in the morning seahawks safety kam chancellor says he's walking away from football due to a neck injury then in baseball the yankees rip boston eleven to one branch thirty year old timmy kenner is under arrest in boise idaho suspected of stabbing nine people six of them children at a birthday party police chief william bonus says they're investigating the motives we have no specific evidence at this time to believe that it was a hate crime based on the specific evidence we have in our hands however due to the nature location and the victims we are of course investigating all potential leads all the victims are alive some gravely injured rescue divers are advancing in the main passageway inside the flooded cave in thailand were twelve boys and their soccer coach have been missing for more than a week since sunday night the divers reached a band with a long passage splits in two directions heavy rains flooded key passages likely trapping the team and thorning rescue efforts once again the bron james says goodbye to cleveland the fifteen year veteran will wear the purple and gold of one of the league's iconic teams the los angeles lakers lebron announced he will sign a four year one hundred fifty four million dollar contract the move not surprising lebron has to homes and business interests in california james is a three time nba champion with four mvp awards and fourteen all star game appearances the has recently lost golden state in the nba finals that was lebron's eighth consecutive trip to the championship round bob mortality fox news.

Seahawks Russia Spain FOX Brazil Japan Kyle Busch Nascar Tennis Andy Murray Yankees Soccer Bron James Cleveland Los Angeles California NBA MVP
Rockies, Aaron Hicks and Javale Mcgee discussed on Trending Today USA

Trending Today USA

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Rockies, Aaron Hicks and Javale Mcgee discussed on Trending Today USA

"To a four year one hundred fifty four million dollar deal in la he's headed to the western conference for the first time in his career which puts his streak of eight consecutive nba finals on the line and the lakers do appear to have some other moves up their sleeves reports say they are still pursuing a trade with the spurs for kawhi leonard in la has also reportedly brought back and tv's caldwellpope on a one year deal and they reportedly agreed with lance stevenson and javale mcgee on one year deals elsewhere reports say aaron gordon gets a four year eighty four million dollar deal from the magic the knicks have reportedly agreed to a one year deal with mario zone yeah reports say elfriede peyton gets a one year deal from the pelicans to sunday night baseball six home runs for the yankees lifting them twenty seven two one win over the red sox in new york aaron judge kleber tornadoes kyle gass yoga all homering aaron hicks wendy three times in the wind for new york in the national league earlier matt kemp homered and drove in four to lift the dodgers by the rockies six to four braves over the cardinals six five mets beat the marlins five to read scored five in the sixth inning to beat the brewers eight to two giants nine diamondbacks six the pirates over the padre seven five dili's walked off on the nationals for three in thirteen one angela game it was the cubs beating the twins eleven ten american league mariners shut out the royals one nothing raised beat the astros three to white sox doubled up the rangers ten five tigers all over the blue jays nine one oreos eight angels to and the indians robbed the as fifteen three the biggest free agent on the.

Rockies Aaron Hicks Javale Mcgee NBA Blue Jays Rangers Astros Royals Cubs Dili Brewers Marlins Mets Cardinals Braves LA Dodgers Matt Kemp New York Yankees
Jets reportedly offered Kirk Cousins $30M per year before he signed with Vikings

Pro Football Talk Live M

01:57 min | 4 years ago

Jets reportedly offered Kirk Cousins $30M per year before he signed with Vikings

"Minutes after the hour pro football talk live nearly a full week into free agency let's look at some of the deals that were done good deal bad deal or win win i guess let's let's do this from the players perspective where these good deals are these bad deals and i want to start with the biggest deal ever done by any player on any team in nfl history high watermark for now twenty eight million a year three years eighty four million fully guaranteed for kirk cousins along with incentives that could pile up another six million total but they'd have to win the super bowl each of the next three years to get there is that a good deal bad deal or push for kirk cousins man that's a good deal all the way to get your first fully guaranteed contract i mean he's going to go down and you know nfl players records for being a trendsetter for what he's done franchise tag two years in a row then demand three guaranteed years of a full contract at eighty four million dollars so it's a great deal for him for a guy who has never been in the conversation is one of the best quarterbacks in football to get the richest deal or most guaranteed money in the history of the sport's pretty impressive and i think what makes it more impressive that the vikings were willing to pay four million fully guaranteed over the first three years and not insist on nonguaranteed years at the back end that would be similar salaries but it would look like very good deals for the vikings three years from now when the market is at thirty four thirty five million a year and that's what cousins wanted to avoid and to his credit he was able to avoid it he's got three years and that's it and he's back to the market if the vikings don't extend him but he's made one hundred and twenty seven point eight million over the last well we will be five years total when we put these three onto it and it'll hit the market again at age thirty two with nearly one hundred and thirty million in career earnings not bad again for a guy that no one is putting in the top five although in this minnesota offense maybe he will be chris yeah.

Football Vikings NFL Kirk Minnesota Chris Three Years Eighty Four Million Dollars Five Years Two Years
 2018 NFL Draft - A.J. McCarron  Buffalo Bills and more - ESPN

SportsCenter AllNight

01:42 min | 4 years ago

2018 NFL Draft - A.J. McCarron Buffalo Bills and more - ESPN

"For three years in kansas city bears gm ryan pace had said at last month's combine that mike glennon would be released after the new league year began what you did on wednesday case keenum's deal with the broncos becomes official on wednesday josh mccown officially re upped with the jets one season at ten million in buffalo the bills sign aj mccarron two year deal the former bengals backup joins 2017 fifth round pick nate peterman on the bills depth chart after tyrod taylor was his deal was made official that trade of him was made official on wednesday and one of the moves that really started things office we approached the start of the nfl year washington completing the trade for veteran quarterback alex smith he heads from dc to casey in exchange for a third round pick and cornerback kendall fuller smith replacing kirk cousins as washington's number one quarterback kirk cousins expected to get three year eighty four million dollar deal with the vikings fully guaranteed eighty four million dollar deal what's that mean going forward maybe not as much as originally speculated jason read from the undefeated how mike cousins fully guaranteed deal if it is fully fully guaranteed impact future free agents well kate the hope will be that they'll be a an effect for everyone you know the rising tide lifts all ships and that players who in the past were not getting contracts guaranteed for skip both skill and for injury that they'll get this but i gotta be honest with you from talking with a lot of agents there isn't really a feeling out there that this is going to have the impact that a lot of players hope that.

Alex Smith Kate Mike Cousins Kendall Fuller Casey Aj Mccarron Official GM Vikings Washington Kirk Cousins Kansas City Tyrod Taylor Nate Peterman Bengals Jets Josh Mccown Broncos Keenum Mike Glennon
Minnesota Vikings GM Rick Spielman expects Kirk Cousins to officially sign deal by Thursday

First Things First

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Minnesota Vikings GM Rick Spielman expects Kirk Cousins to officially sign deal by Thursday

"Needs to continue if you look at the greatest player they're still adjusting steph adjusting katie we saw him just in the bronx you're fifteen he's adjusting russ is not adjusting so that's the thing that you can hold against him the players who come there with him they have to just the russ's playing i just leave as a superstar he should have more flexibility and build a do more different things and build shoot shoot the the ball ball back of first things first even know that eric mangini was going to be here but on the weather report it said there was going to be a big storm in the north the only reason i knew that air without fail if there is no research to be had eric mangini joins either get into town out of town nickname nor'easter yeah it's no bombs bomb cyclone coach if you're fan of quarterback free agency in the off season the yesterday was your day big names big moves all around kirk cousins probably the biggest sceptre months of speculation as to where he'd end up the former washington quarterback landed in minnesota cousins reportedly will sign a three year eighty four million dollar guaranteed contract with the vikings this would make cousins the highest paid quarterback in the nfl coach i'll start with you kirk cousins make the right call choosing minnesota in the sense that he got everything that betty wanted to get a three year guaranteed deal to become the highest paid quarterback in the.

Katie Russ Eric Mangini Vikings Minnesota First Things First Kirk Washington NFL Betty Three Year Eighty Four Million Dollar