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How to Turn Your Instagram into a Money Making Machine with Zach Benson
"Zack say what's up to fire nation brother and share the interesting about yourself that most people don't new. Hey what's up. Everyone super excited to be here. So most people don't know that. I was actually adopted so i was born in south korea and then adopted by my parents in iowa so pretty much grew up in iowa. Lived there my whole life very interesting stuff my man and now you're over in korea as we speak which is cool that again. It sounds like you're in the next room via skype. So just lovely saaf even though it's four. Am your time and four pm my time so we are exactly twelve hours apart and fire nation. I'm gonna share a little more info about zach because we were actually just reminiscing about the old puerto rico a mastermind days back when we used to have a bunch of awesome people come and attend a great event and we had zaka speaker one year and he came and crushed it and then now we hit the casino afterwards and zach continued to crush it on the roulette wheel. I was playing a little blackjack. I looked up to some screaming over by the table. And you just hit your number right on top my man. That was pretty impressive. Yeah the good old days. Good times it was weird. Because i arrived at the airport and at that time. They had the roulette real as the baggage Low yeah so. I basically said all like okay. I'm gonna call my favorite number and it landed on my favorite number which is number five And then i put like all my money i guess. Or whatever on number five kazue's like to to a Closing we all this crazy. Red five further win. And i'll tell you what fire nation when you can call numbers on a roulette wheel at thirty seven to one. Odds are you're making thirty seven hundred dollars every dollar you put on. That's what you call them. Money making machine. But guess what zach knows how to turn your instagram into a money making machine so first and foremost listen. It's a new world that we live in so how realistic is zack. To make income from instagram lot of near exciting features have been rolling out on instagram. so it's it's really cool like before this I was actually just last week. Will actually last month. I've been in mal dev's entire month and some of the hotels that i've been sina costs over thirty forty thousand dollars a night. So not only. Do i get to travel the world for free and sale all these hotels immediately. Celebrities and say l. Tells that like will smith stays that but these hotels pay me to come and promote their hotels. And it's cool. So yeah i'm doing it. But then also a lot of brands and companies reporting a lot of money into influence marketing so influenced marketing is now fifteen billion dollar inch industry and more and more brands reporting a lot of money on instagram. Pain these instagram influencers to promote their products on their instagram vida walls because it drives traffic and it drives customers.
Maryland lawmakers move ahead with first tax on internet ads
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Maryland lawmakers move ahead with the first attacks in the U. S. on internet ads lawmakers voted Friday to override a veto from Republican governor Larry Hogan of a first in the nation tax on internet ads for big tech companies like Google or Facebook Friday's vote in the Maryland Senate was twenty nine seventeen the minimum needed for a three fifths majority to override Hogan's veto house of delegates voted to override the veto earlier in the week the tax rate would be two point five percent for businesses with gross annual revenue of one hundred million dollars and climb incrementally up to a ten percent tax for companies with revenue of fifteen billion dollars or more supporters and opponents agreed a court challenge is likely hi Mike Rossio
Alphabet beats analyst expectations with cloud business continuing to grow
"Tech titan surge in fourteen and a third percent since monday adding one hundred seventy two billion dollars to its market cap. It's alphabet the stock ripping higher after a stellar earnings. Beat earlier in the week. So karen you always advocated for the rerating of this stock. At what point does it look expensive non here that looks. I could argue. It looks less expensive today than it did a week ago. I mean the magnitude of that earnings beat was so extraordinary. Just the beat. The beat itself was thirty percent higher than what the street expected which was already. I mean that is huge. Cloud was great. i think will continue see strengthened advertising. We haven't seen travel really come back yet. They'll be a big beneficiary of that. Don't forget the cash horde of one hundred and fifteen billion dollars which it gets almost no credit for so. I think you know when you back out the cash. The pe ratio for next year is just slightly above the market and yet it's should be well above the market so i think it's still in the tech world. I think it's a great value staying long talk about rereading at least fifteen firms on wall street raised their price targets on this stock since the earnings report susquehanna is the street high of three thousand dollars share which is a lot higher from where it is here. Where do you stand on alphabet. Don't fight the feeling i mean. Listen i'd rather people buy into this than be late. And we've seen it with names like tesla's and other and i know not to go there but they have literally crushed care didn't leave a lot of meat on the bones while i will say that. They've shown that they could hit on. All cylinders continued to invest for the future. Don't forget about a thomas and other bench. There are still aspects and travel to this that let them exist now in this world that we know and also allow them upside wants to return to normal. I'm glad you mentioned travel. Because that's a that's a big vertical for them. About ten percent of search results were travel. Pre pandemic so feasibly. If we got back to normal steve you could recapture that absolutely when you look at it Karen said uncloudy cloud was up. Forty seven percent. Gross revenue was up twenty three percent youtube ads. Sp ed revenue was up. Twenty three percent. This is one that has been underrated a literally by the wall street community and it can move much higher from here. I think we're you guys are all in full agreement on this one right james. I am in full agreement. Full disclosure maybe brothers global head of google. They know all about all people in this company has so many pockets of value that they have him in the unleashed yet ton of upside here to thirty seven agreement on win agreed with karen agree with the whole gang of google's got a lot of room to run and they can control their destiny. Continue to own even at these levels
Netflix subscriber growth soars past 200 million members
"Big quarter for netflix. What surprise right i mean. That's all we're doing is watching it. Netflix big subscriber growth. I you know. I didn't realize how big net flicks was internationally. I should have known. But the the the growth was even greater worldwide subscriber growth in the us and canada and around the world. Two hundred million paid subscribers. It crossed hundred million two years ago. Now it's two hundred million and even more importantly. I didn't know this netflix. For the first time ever. That's enough money. They don't have to borrow to continue operations. Did you know they were borrowing and keep it going They're going to be free. Cash flow positive. That's the term they use They won't have to do any more borrowing they do have a lot of debt but they'll be able to pay a lot down borrowed fifteen billion dollars twenty eleven. But maybe isn't that amazing. I had no idea
$900B COVID relief bill passed by Congress, sent to Trump
"To the big story out of washington this morning. The house and senate passing kobe relief. Bill late last night alongside legislation to fund the government through the end of september than joins us with the latest. Good morning. dan good morning mike. After months of delays disputes in. What seemed like endless debate. Congress finally cleared a nine hundred billion dollar corona virus relief package just before midnight last night and with it. A one point four trillion dollar bill that funds the government through the fiscal year. The final vote in the house was three fifty nine to fifty three. The senate passed it ninety. two six. two senators missed the vote. Now it should be on the president's desk at some point in the coming week but in a statement yesterday the white house said president trump has pushed hard for months to send americans badly needed financial relief. We look forward to congress sending a bill to his desk. Imminently for signature. The bill puts an end to the uncertainty facing millions of unemployed workers whose benefits are set to expire at the end of this week and to troubled renters who could have faced eviction at the end of this month. It's also a lifeline to small businesses. That have been waiting on. Another round of the airline industry gets fifteen billion dollars. And nine billion goes to the cdc and to the states to help distribute vaccine now. Many of the relief measures in this package expire in the spring and democrats have already said this is just a bridge to the next administration so mike stay tuned. Yeah exactly that was going to pick up right on that because we can argue about you know the size of this package relative to perhaps what was available before the election relative to either side's hopes of democrats pretty clear saying that this is just a step and there's going to be more to come. It's unclear though given how difficult it was to get this done. Obviously we have a senate runoff to worry about in terms of figuring out the game. Plan here but it's really unclear necessarily if there's going to be a lot of follow on appetite for for more stimulus down the road.
Some Georgians Will Lose Unemployment Benefits
"More than one hundred forty thousand georgians or said to lose their jobless benefits after christmas with two cares act unemployment assistance programs expiring lily. Bulky explains for some light source the federal moratorium on evictions and the emergency paid family and sick leave policy are also ending. Georgia has paid more in unemployment benefits during the pandemic more than fifteen billion dollars than it has in the previous twenty seven years. Aj the mom of a nineteen year old in atlanta was furloughed from her restaurant job back in march. It upsets her that lawmakers haven't pushed through a new relief package with the urgency. That's needed people. Find fell off the entire live. A taxes in higher live voted these people into office money my tax dollars that she goes to provided a headache that we need in prizes. Aj thinks americans deserve both extended unemployment and stimulus checks and she says there's a false narrative from many republicans that it has to be one or the other that this next covid nineteen relief. Package can't be as expensive as the last
Nobel UN food agency warns 2021 will be worse than 2020
"The un's world food program is warning that the pandemic could result in a widespread hunger next year unless governments come up with the funds needed to prevent it lease line reports the agency fears. This humanitarian catastrophe could result in hundreds of thousands of deaths. Head of the world food program. David beasley says fifteen billion dollars is needed to avert calls multiple famines of biblical proportions and provide millions of manners. Children with the food. They need to survive earlier this year. One hundred five million people faced crisis levels of hunger by the end of the year. Wfp analysis find the economic impact of covid. Nineteen lockdowns will if push two hundred seventy million people to the brink of starvation. The agency reports twenty countries of conflict are likely to face acute food shortages in the next three to six months and require urgent
European Commission to challenge Apple tax bill verdict
"The European Commission announced it will appeal July twenty twenty ruling in which had overturned a fifteen billion dollar fine against apple and Ireland over taxes. The considered the tax breaks to qualify as unavowed state eight if the appeal proceeds, it will be heard by the European Court of
Negligence probed in deadly Beirut blast.
"Probing the deadly blast that ripped across Beirut focused on Wednesday on possible negligence in the storage of tons of highly explosive fertilizer in a waterfront warehouse while the government ordered the house arrest of several port officials. International aid flights began to arrive as Lebanon's leaders struggled to deal with the widespread damage in shocking aftermath of Tuesday's blast, which the Health Ministry said killed one hundred and thirty five people and injured around five thousand others. Public anger mounted against the ruling elite that is being blamed for the chronic mismanagement and carelessness that leads to the disaster. The Port of Beirut and customs office is notorious for being one of the most corrupt and lucrative institutions in Lebanon with various factions and politicians including Hezbollah hold sway. The investigation is focusing on how two thousand, seven, hundred and fifty tons of ammonium nitrate. A highly explosive chemical used in fertilizers came to be stored at the facility for six years and why nothing was done about it losses from the blaster estimated to be between ten and fifteen billion dollars with nearly three hundred, thousand people. Now, homeless hospitals were overwhelmed by the injured one that was damaged in the blast hat to evacuate all its patients to A. Nearby field for treatment fueling speculation that negligence was to blame for the accident. An official letter circulating online showed the head of the Customs Department had warned repeatedly over the years that the huge stockpile of ammonium nitrate stored in the port was a danger and had asked judicial offices for a ruling on a way to remove it the head of the Customs Department confirmed that they were five or six such letters to the judiciary. The Congo had been stored at the port since it was confiscated from a Russian ship in two thousand, thirteen on Tuesday it is believed to have detonated after a fire broke out
Marathon in Talks With Potential Buyers of Speedway Unit
"We've got a mark flash on marathon petroleum. Let's get to, too. Melissa it's up roughly about three percents on six hundred thousand shares of. Volume and this is on some Dow Jones headline saying that Marathon. Petroleum the twenty five billion dollar oil refiner, not to be confused with the exploration and production company. He's looking to proceed with potential buyers of its speedway gas station unit. They're trying to sell it. It could have held evaluation about fifteen billion dollars to eighteen billion dollars in the pre covid, nineteen kind of estimate, but right now they're also looking at a possible spin off of the company, so it looks like it's restarting things trying to get this speedway. speedway units sold or spun off to shareholders or to the public in some way shape or form, but that's what's moving the stock right now, and that's the reason why it's up again about three and a half percent right now. Six hundred sixteen thousand shares after hours volumes will let you know if anything else happens with this story, but that's the reason why Melissa back over to you guys all
Dow finishes up over 800 points as stocks soar on strong jobs report
"In the wake of a surprisingly strong employment report for may stocks posted brought in sharp gains today the Dow Jones industrial average surged eight hundred twenty nine points or three point one percent while the nasdaq composite leapt two point one percent to finish within four points of its all time closing high Boeing is back in the top spot in terms of the Most Valuable aerospace company stock of the jet maker has rallied sharply this week as airlines have been reporting some improvement in demand and the willingness to add more flights Boeing's shares soared another eleven percent today pushing the company's market value above one hundred fifteen billion dollars putting it ahead of both Lockheed Martin and
The gender beauty gap
"Most of US understand that there are hidden costs to being a woman. Blame it on advertising the cult of self-improvement blame it on sexism and the rich white guys who ruled the world. The fact is is at ton of pressure for women to be beautiful and present well. The stack support is to research, says in Two Thousand Sixteen Australian women spent fifteen billion dollars grooming themselves compared to men who spent just seven. So we're spending more than double on our appearances than men. But what else is it costing us? He's Emma, Hussar. We spent three years in the federal parliament as MP. I remember one day my colleague a male came in, and he was doing the segment before me. He literally popped car in the basement caught lift up the same way I did busted into the makeup room got some patronizing went right coup, and he had coming donny's hair and makeup. was. A powder powder awnings noise for maybe ten six, not even lying Janis interview comeback, and said goodbye and left, and I hadn't even gotten out of the way and I went. He blasted like this sucks. It really really sucks. The gender beauty gap his chewing up out time, not just money, and you WanNa know what else it's costing. US Six out of ten women opt out of really important life activities like hanging out. Out with friends and family, going on a date, being assertive or going to see a doctor because they're worried about the way that they look, that's Dr Phillip, Dietrich's, she's a psychologist whose done a lot of research into body image, and yes, you heard right. The gender beauty gap also creates a reluctance to do not just the things that we love, but actually the things we need to do like. Sit Doctor Up. She's quoting research done by a private research company into how more than ten thousand women across the world felt about their bodies, seven and ten Australian. Women's said that they feel like there's pressure for women to look a certain way. We know it affects psychological and physical health, several decades of really robust evidence, showing that we also know that it affects our social. Social Relationships, and interestingly also in the workplace in education aspirations, so this research suggesting that women you know not turn up to work on or go for that job interview on days that they're really feeling like they don't meet standards of what should be acceptable in terms of how they look, so it's having an impact on all key areas of women's lives. This. Episode is all about the gender beauty gap, an idea sometimes also known as the grooming gap and the beauty expectation gap. And look in the fought for gender equality. There are a million gaps. He's a snapshot of the future out orders the set to inherit. Women Orgasm lists that's a gap we masturbate lists. And we get paid list a lot full pay gap and at school for kids. There's even a fitness gap way. Young girls feel too self conscious to exercise. Within these entirely unfair system, we're also expected to throw resources into looking. For as long as we possibly can and to tonight asleep cling to that as we will evaporate if no one thinks we're hot. Dr Phillips describes the impact of all this pressure and. Chat about having to appear attractive as a quiet public health emergency. So. It's now more normal for women and girls to be unhappy with the way that they look and we see prevalence rates in the research bearing from anywhere from fifty to ninety percent of women and girls. Feeling the way that they look is not good enough why this is concerning on one hand. That might seem quite trivial. How does worrying about the way you look really play out in the big scheme of things, but what we also see from the research several decades now is that when women and girls feel like they don't look. Look good enough. They more likely to experience depression stress, anxiety engage in unhealthy weight. Control practices exercise too much or too little, and so what we have is, it's an issue that affects most women and girls. It has serious negative consequences for their physical health and wellbeing, so that indicates that it's a public health issue. Can we talk about the different types of time that we spend on appearance? So there's the actual sort of preparation for the day where you stand in front of the mirror that kind of time, but then you describe. We chew up, are in time. Something called body checking. What is that buddy? Checking really comes from this theory code, self, objectification, theory, and essentially what that is, when as a woman go, we start to see ourselves more as objects to be looked at by other people, often by men through the mail gaze rather than our bodies being you know these. Tools on being really multidimensional, and when we start to feel that way about ourselves, we're much more likely to engage in body, checking or self surveillance so really checking in with how looking at all times during the day. So that could be when you're walking along the shops, checking your reflection in the mirror, or you're walking around the shop. So when you see any kind of reflective surface, it can also be things like when sitting at amazing in the board room and you will kind of. Of judging how much space you'll taking up in the chair for example, all of these little kind of subtle moments where we're just thinking okay, how do I look right now? How am I presenting to other people, but it's also the amount of cognitive energy all that thought process and the amount of attention that we're paying to thinking about how we look rather than necessarily focusing on the task at hand, so it says incremental moments that count as well when we think about forty
The Latest: Japan's Olympics minister reaffirms no delay
"President trump has talked with Japan's prime minister about that country's plans to host the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo Abigail Leonard reports Japanese Olympic officials are insisting on holding the games despite global concern about the corona virus pandemic the call came after trump suggested Tokyo delay the Olympics for year during the call prime minister Ali reportedly described the steps depends taken to control the virus that includes shutting schools and introducing a stimulus package with about fifteen billion dollars to help affected businesses afterward president trump tweeted that all they had done a quote incredible job and that the Olympic Stadium was magnificent their discussion happened as Japanese parliament finalized a bill to allow hobby to declare a state of emergency for coronavirus and Japan's foreign ministry also issued new travel alerts including one for the state of Washington the first such warning about the U. S. for NPR news I'm Abigail Leonard in
Proposition 13: Vote on $15 billion California school upgrade bond remains too close to call
"And the proposition thirteen California's fifteen billion dollar school repair bond is still trailing by double digits fifty five to forty four percent both supporters and opponents expect those results will triton as more about votes are tallied up prop thirteen would pay for upgrades A. K. through twelve schools colleges and universities supporters of the measure believe as many as five million more votes are left to count and that most are from Democrats who are more likely to favor the
Long Waits For Voters At Los Angeles Voting Centers
"Though super Tuesday it was exactly that for Joe Biden but Bernie Sanders is going to win California where the vote counting has been excruciatingly slow we begin our super Tuesday California primary coverage with KCBS political reporter Doug sovereign joining us live from our election center does yeah make it believe it or not people are still voting in Los Angeles there's still people standing in line in LA which is extraordinary that they've had so many problems or their new machines but that's one of the reasons the town's been so slowly a few million votes counts of our California but with about fifty eight percent of the precincts reporting now and again that just means that that many precincts are reporting some portion of their numbers not all of their votes obviously not even close Bernie Sanders leads in California thirty one percent to twenty one percent for Joe Biden sixteen percent for Michael Bloomberg and then twelve percent for Elizabeth Warren so Sanders in position to win the state it's been called by several news agencies but not by CBS news and I've gone a bit deeper into the district by district returns because of course only about a third of the delegates are being awarded statewide and the rest will be awarded by the districts you have to reach at least fifteen percent of the vote in any given congressional district to win from four to seven delegates in each of those fifty three districts well Bernie Sanders is winning fifty of the fifty three districts he has hit that fifteen percent threshold in all fifty three of them we've got a lot of delegates here over the next couple of few weeks as accounts is finished Joe Biden is only winning one district which is in LA but he is qualified to win delegates in forty eight of the fifty three so get quite a few delegates to and Michael Bloomberg at the moment qualifies in forty six of those districts now I think as more votes are counted the later votes are likely to skew more towards Biden and Sanders the Bloomberg so that number could drop Elizabeth Warren at the moment is qualified for delegates in only six districts including several right here in the bay area and people to judge in just one which is palm springs so Bernie Sanders is gonna win California but that is one of the few bright spots for him on the table tonight because he wins only four states Bob Joe Biden has one nine and may be headed for a tenth in Maine he upset Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders in Massachusetts he upset Sanders in Minnesota after AB clubs are dropped out he crushed everyone in Virginia and then the other southern states he won North Carolina easily those are supposed to be close states it's really an extraordinary banner night the super Tuesday for Joe Biden one other note prop thirteen the fifteen billion dollars school measure clearly California is not in much mood to raise taxes sell bonds anything requiring more money that's getting crushed fifty seven percent saying no that'll tighten as the rest of these belts command but that seems unlikely that'll pass but we'll know in the
Michael Bloomberg is paying for sponsored memes. Any ROI?
"Earlier this month. Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg hired a team of meam creators to post viral social media content for his campaign given the polls at the moment. It doesn't seem like it worked but we are definitely still talking about it. The sponsored content sidestepped facebook and INSTAGRAM's rules on political ads that actually prompted the company to create a new policy around sponsored content by politicians and since other candidates might catch on that influence or marketing is a fifteen billion dollar industry. We will probably see more of this as the year wears on Taylor as a reporter at the New York Times writing about Internet culture. I asked her first. Are there any regulations on how candidates use branded content? Well not really time that the FTC. Which is the Federal Trade Commission has tried to issue rules and guidelines around disclosure on sponsored content? It has not been effective. There's really no way to police these massive platforms. The majority of content related to politics is not sponsored. It's organic content. So when you look at you know who's generating the most online conversation. It's undeniably trump and Bernie Sanders. And I think that Bloomberg is trying to kind of make a name for himself online through this paid content but you have the vast vast vast majority of political content on these platforms discussing sanders and trump. Right what do you think is the relative of this kind of campaign knowing that it primarily targets pretty young users who either might be too young to vote? Or who historically have not been that active elections? I wouldn't say at targets that young users to be honest you know the accounts that posted these memes actually have a much older audience so it really is the millennial donors they wanted in on this. They're trying to make a buck anywhere. I think it's just worth noting that for Bloomberg to sort of be in the running on the Internet. He has to pay for it. He's not able to generate that grassroots. Support that some of the others from outsider. Candidates have so. Yeah we'll see if it's successful and if these people actually come out to the polls at will and it gets to this kind of like age old question like ever. Since there's been viral Internet content there have been people who've been trying to manufacturer Viral Internet content. And you could argue that. While some things do go viral. Maybe more than they used to in terms of brand it's still kind of an uphill strategy like. Is it something that no other candidate is going to try because it takes either so much money your time while again not to bring him up again but it's just sort of a sanders as a candidate who he himself is really the influence and he has gotten the majority of support from actual influencers like Youtube Stars? So you know. He hasn't had to spend a dime on that. Bloomberg's viewpoints don't generally have that kind of organic Young support on. But when you're a candidate like Bloomberg or you don't have that youth support baked in you have to essentially try to buy it
Uncut Gems, Little Women, Microsoft Project Silica, Instagram Profits.
"As photographers animators or just digital content creators. Many of us may lament. How. Instagram has changed over the years since facebook bought instagram. Back in twenty twelve for one billion dollars which seems like an insane amount of money to pay for an APP. That didn't have a clear monetization model eight years later. We can see how facebook has integrated ads on the most popular photo sharing platform and according to Bloomberg Business. The one billion dollar investment is paying back at least twenty full. According to insider information from Bloomberg INSTAGRAM's total ad revenue from twenty thousand nineteen was twenty billion dollars a quarter of facebook's total ad revenue for that year now just as a comparison YouTube AD revenue for Twenty nineteen was just over fifteen billion dollars and remember youtube shares or profits from that revenue with their content creators. Instagram does not if these numbers are real first of all that is a lot of revenue second if facebook is creating this much revenue from this platform like Youtube. I think there should be financial compensation for content creators who helped generate this much income for facebook. This may be one of the reasons. Why Many Power Users on Instagram Aka influencers have to use outside sponsors to try to make a living to generate income for themselves? And at the same time. It's something that instagram appears to be trying to curb claiming that it makes the platform and these accounts less transparent or in the least Craig contests I think and pay artists that are featuring instagram's main account and perhaps have monthly features to charities that they donate to more evidence that facebook is not reinvesting back into the platform is when CEO instagram. Adam massery in recent posts on instagram claim that the reason why there is no instagram for IPAD was because he lacked resources. You can believe that now. If a company like facebook only uses inscribed as a vehicle to generate profit without ever giving back to the company itself as well as those who helped make the platform successful I think many will gladly jump ship when it competing platform comes around to usurp instagram and become the new leading social media photo and video sharing platform twitch or talk. Anyone last week I talked about the possible end of the Microsoft Platform and the evidence seemed pretty clear with Panasonic joining the like elmont alliance and the Olympics is recent flagship. The OIL MD EM one more threes lukewarm reception due to mediocre specs on their flagship. However there has been some news that appears to a point in the other direction report out of Japan says that in one thousand nine hundred nineteen the microphone. Third System took number one spot in market share with nineteen point eight percent of all digital interchangeable lens camera sold in Japan in two thousand nineteen. So that is very surprising for many of us here in. North America or Europe. But I've found over the years that the Japanese market is not always the best indicator of Global Trans Japan makes way more money selling to the US and the European market versus own domestic market and the domestic market tends to be a bit quirkier odd know for a fact that small compact and as I mentioned quirky cameras sell well in Japan as well as in much of South Asia. Even though the sales of these cameras maybe duds in the rest of the world as an example the Nikon one and the Pentax q system sold very well in Japan but that trend didn't really sit well with the rest of the world that it whoever it is interesting to see that microphone. Thirds is not only doing well in Japan but it is a number one platform in Japan and again. I'm not surprised in the sense that small and compact and sometimes quirky cameras do very well in the domestic market. But another piece of news that made me think about the popularity of the micro third system and something. Maybe I'm missing here. Is that both Olympics and Panasonic made joint media announcement. Recently that young new media edge Venus optics are all joining the microphone. Third Systems Standard Group. Which means they'll that there will be developing products that lenses camera lights and other accessories specific for the microphone third system which is great for those that currently are invested in the microphone thirds cameras finally on the same day that they made this announcement casino. Japan just announced the new Voice Lander knocked-on Sixty millimeter f point. Nine five lands which has a hundred and twenty millimeter coolant. Thirty five millimeter. A very high performance Lens. So perhaps I have to eat my words from last week. About the end of micro four thirds that perhaps there is a future for this smaller format and platform. Which really is a good thing? I've always said that. Competition is good including competing formats however my point from last week still stands true that Sony really needs to update that old twenty megapixel sensor with something more modern backside luminated Sima Sensor with phased attacked autofocus across entire surface and perhaps an upgrade up to twenty four megapixel my pick for photographer. The Week is previously mentioned Wilson Web. Now we've already talked about Webs of work on the movie little woman as the onset photographer as well as shooting these wet plates for the actors you also worked on other notable movies such as marriage story the secret life of Walter Mitty Zoo lander to men in black three. He started his career in the movie industry. So he's an onset photographer as well as a DP director photography and camera operator.
New York: Congestion Pricing Could Be Delayed by Federal Government
"Eighty congestion pricing in Manhattan which is scheduled to launch next January could be delayed WCBS reporter rich lamb is following that story the MTA and New York City have been waiting ten months for the federal government to tell them whether it will require a full blown environmental impact statement which could take years or condensed shorter one in T. H. your Pat Foye argues congestion pricing is benefits from a transportation point of view from a transit point of view it provides fifteen billion dollars of capital from a from an environmental point of view we will reduce congestion throughout the entire city of New York throughout the entire region and chairman for believe so least intrusive environmental process really fits this of this approach and that's an argument that we've made to our colleagues in Washington but pressed as to whether congestion pricing will happen in January of next year foxtrot only say we're doing everything we can to move it as quickly as
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Are helping the state's bottom line our wall of rich lamb as more from the state controller New York state comptroller Tom DiNapoli is pleased with the Wall Street numbers are showing so far in twenty nineteen good news in terms of first half year pretax profits for the securities industry in New York City up eleven percent over the same period a year ago over fifteen billion dollars in profits them the best first half year results in a decade to Napoli warns while we're off to a good start the question obviously is we have to wait for the rest of the year to play out the controller points to uncertainty in the global economy and a number of Wall Street layoffs as what he terms cautionary signs rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eight Microsoft one a high tech contract with the Pentagon worth up to ten billion dollars beating out Amazon the contract known as Jed I will run for up to ten years according to the department of defense Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg promises that the new news tab will show a curated feed of news stories from various outlets in order to make this a trusted source over time they have to cover objectively now it's not in there I can be writing the pieces they're gonna be basically curating the pieces that other people are writing so we'll miss the team will get the choice of of the different content that people are are are putting out there in whatever that to the big story of the day is a lot of the the job of that the journalism curation team will be figuring out okay well which journalists wrote the definitive piece soccer Berg said the plan is to have a team of people with journalistic backgrounds to provide the stories new York's finest will give some kids say real thrilled today dressed as superheroes members of the NYPD's emergency services unit will repel.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The guys and her entourage details a bit sketchy about it already is a thirty five year old Jeffrey bush is facing federal drug charges is due in court out in Brooklyn on September the tenth taking the accu weather roll call right now thorn would we see you at eighty five degrees it's eighty six in Merrick right now and in Paterson New Jersey where it ninety one degrees little bit warmer outside our place were eighty eight going down to sixty seven under fierce guys wind bearable at three gusting to seventeen miles per hour humidity is forty six percent we'll have a complete accu weather forecast here from the weather center in just a moment stay with us when his time five twenty six and now Bloomberg money once on ten ten wins and here is Larry Kaski stocks bounced around on their way to a mixed finish investors a mall in the outlook for the economy the path of interest rates and U. S. trying to trade tensions that are Jones industrial average climbed fifty the S. and P. five hundred fell one man as stacked composite slumped twenty nine Hasbro has agreed to pay about four billion dollars for entertainment one has pros biggest deal ever expands its slate of intellectual property to include preschool favorites path of pagan PJ masks Hasbro shares are lower in late trading unemployment line trying to last week the government says first time claims for jobless benefits fell by twelve thousand two hundred nine thousand of four year of a four week low Amazon is turning on the charm as it seeks to counter criticism that it wields too much power over a third party merchants on its market place he plans to spend fifteen billion dollars this year to help those sellers increase sales number moneywatch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour on Larry coffee for ten ten wins wins news time five twenty seven is the J. flex is a crazy.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Have a fifteen billion dollar surplus and download the film a tear reporting KCBS radio dot com keeping an eye on a transformer fire in Petaluma years Kim yeah this is well on the west side of town this is affecting pepper road where you cross Walker actually before you get to Walker transformer seen on fire in fact there is some smoke billowing out of the top of the polls of the fire department has responded to the scene and looks like they need to close down part of pepper road for a bit so we are starting to see a little bit of slow traffic turn up at the scene of this transformer fire well on the west side of Petaluma and cinema county in the meantime we're also looking at a couple in North Bay slow spots here's day facts with the chill not about a collision camp how will start in Vallejo highway twenty nine at meadows Dr just north of thirty seven we see some real slow traffic getting into that intersection in both directions don't have a reason for it if you are in the area and see something KCBS phone force numbers for one five three nine one KCBS that's four one five three nine one fifty two twenty seven your other north a slowdown is west found thirty seven as you head towards one twenty one whole bunch of goats on the north side of the freeway they're doing their vegetation management and everyone slowing to look at it is backed up on this gags island all right thank you Sir looking at South Bay slow spots simply aren't any and if you're heading to Santa Cruz using highway seventeen now's a good time to get on it because traffic is at the speed limit your next update is at nine twenty eight on the traffic leader quesadilla came before we get to the weather just checked with the P. Jeannie outage map regarding that situation server road Petaluma nothing widespread in the way of an outage just yet that's kind of out there in the it's.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Bill fifteen billion dollars over fifteen billion dollars, the most partisan elections Bill we've seen in decades that includes allowing sixteen-year-olds to vote felons to vote eliminates the electoral college, automatic voter, registration a slush fund for secretary of state Seve Steve Simon when we get into more expensive ineffective green, energy hysteria. Which is absolutely incredible incredible yesterday. The Democrats were going nuts because they love this Bill with one hundred percent renewable energy by twenty fifty. We're going to be we're going to have a state b b oh give me a. Freakin break be be going after the state dog. Right. Right. Of course, I do like labradors. We're thinking about what a few moments on that maybe the German shepherd found. Also on my list that I just jotted down off the top of my head now gun the gun grabber bills. Joe many of them a Bill to fix the opioid crisis that won't fix the odor crisis. A bard. Here's for STAN. A bipartisan Bill creating a new office a brand new office of outdoor recreation because we can't do it on our own bipartisan bipartisan, spreads the Iraqi people all the time don't vote for Democrats come up with these stupid, bad, horrible ideas. And then we get a few Republicans who jump on board with these bad horrible, awful bills. Oh, my head's going to explode. Yes. Now, we'll take Rick stand. And when we come back, we'll talk I do have one good piece of legislation. Well, it's not legislative possible. It's no it's not none of it is. It's just it's absolutely incredible Goodwin. Stand it stand. He has a good way. We'll he has a good. Bill, but I was actually going to give him kudos because he had an op-ed published in the Tribune. And folks, I cannot stress this enough you have to write the letters to the editor to your local paper and to the big papers. They'll never publish him. If you don't write them. But the one that Cal wrote we have to return to single subject bills was fabulous. So we'll talk about it. When we come back. Stay tuned. Everyone sue Jeffers with Representative Calbar twin cities news talk ammo eleven thirty and twincitiesnewstalk dot.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"Balance of fifteen billion dollars lawmakers will debate whether the dip into the economic stabilization fund to pay for bills coming due for the last two year budget period, including hurricane Harvey recovery. And in the upcoming to your budget cycle now. Let me say this so far, I know wanting you listen to program because you went the lace on the vet school. There's a lot out there right now with public education and with hurricane Harvey in believe me event school's gonna take a back seat to both of those things. The funding for it in whenever you look at the higher populations. And where you look at where the presumptive new speaker lives where the Lieutenant governor's from where the governor's fund from those are all hurricane Harvey areas. And so you better believe that Harvey we have in there's a big there was a big thing today in Amarillo with Lubbock mayor with the Lubbock chamber commerce playing up the. The vet school in some contributions towards it. But realist, you gotta see hurricane Harvey a huge issue in hell, that's not being cleaned up yet to the extent that people want cleaned up meaning all things made right? Still a problem out. There advocates for greater investment in public schools reacted positively to the revenue estimates saying lawmakers have no excuse not to increase spending, given a growing budget in unprecedently larger savings account.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Tried to get onto the barrier island except emergency crews at Easter it was unveiled -cation from Richmond. Virginia. Unfortunately, Florence had other plans for we data come back and try again, and hopefully it'll be actual actually still be here. Komo news time is nine zero one as Florence bears down on the east coast. Newly revealed documents show the Trump administration took money away from FEMA and other federal agencies apparently to pay for immigration detention centres FEMA lost nearly ten million dollars out of its fifteen billion dollar budget. Jeff peg as is in Washington with the agencies response their response. A spokesman for the department of homeland security said the funds cut from FEMA war from routine operating expenses and could not have been used for hurricane response. The also says that under no circumstances was any disaster relief funding transferred from FEMA to ice services. Pope Francis is summoning the presidents of every bishop's conference around the world for a summit to discuss preventing clergy, sex abuse and protecting children CBS news. Correspondent Nicki Batiste says it's an important step in dealing with this crisis. The first such summons of its kind. We're hearing. The date for that meeting is in February of next year. This is really remarkable. And clearly assign pope Francis is taking this very seriously hearing, all of the comments from survivors who have said he isn't doing enough perhaps this his way of taking some real action. It's nine oh two developing. Now new information on the women found dead in the north county home the woman found dead in her north county home on Monday, Saint Louis county police identify her as fifty nine year old Brenda Brown and authorities now say she was shot and killed. They do have someone in custody. The endangered person advisory for brenda's missing sisters, Sylvia. Brown was cancelled last night. She was last seen Saturday at the home. She shared with Brenda when cable X asked if Sylvia Brown was a suspect police would not answer that question as we reported last hour, you shouldn't end up on the internet. The last tile at next time. You get a cab or a ride share in Saint Louis because the city's taxi cab commission yesterday banned drivers.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on Converge with Casey Newton
"A fifteen billion dollar advertising market, and you'd better be good at creating personalization and ease of use because that's the reason you're gonna get people to stop using radio, which is really easy to use and switched your service. Yeah, that's interesting to think about, because as you well know if you're a streaming service and you go out and you make a deal with a record company, you have to hand over all feels like almost everything that you earn from that subscription right back to the record label res- you know, you sell ads, you got to keep a lot more of that. So that is something that I, I should think about more now at the same time, I did note that the total hours people spend listening to Pandora dipped in the last quarter, and maybe this has been something of a trend. So how do you think about growing that number and going out and getting more of those people who are still listening to to radio? Yeah, it's, you know, one of our big objectives is to grow the number listeners we have and last year you know, if you look at before I joined, you saw Pandora's number. Our listeners was declining, and in fact, that decline was exhilarated throughout the year. In the first quarter we're able to reverse that it it declined, but by a lot less and in similarly in in the second quarter. So a bunch of the things that were building and putting in place are starting to take hold. And I think that's why you've seen the stock rack. So positively in the last three or four months and in in particular, when we think about the marketing that we're doing so one of the core of Pandora is in data and data science, it's how we have such high engagement as an example. You know, the average ad-supported Pandora listener listens about fifty percent longer than the average ad-supported Spotify lists food. That's a huge difference in engagement. It's driven by data and data science. It's it's really a core strength of Pindar. We use it really well in our product. We use it really well for our advertisers. It's how we're able to monetize advertising so well, we didn't use it well in our marketing, which really was a head scratcher to me. But frankly, put a big smile on my face because I know how to do that. I know how to fix that. We had to bring in a new team. We had. To build some marketing technology tools, but that's starting to take hold in. Those efforts really are designed to do three things drive our subscription business check..
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Fifty WT k. a ticket the fact that NFL fan side with, teams worth billions Instead of players. That put their bodies on the line. Day in and day out never ceases to amaze me Teams can cut players anytime But players. Are expected to honor contracts Capitalism is obviously reserved for certain people It is an interesting phenomenon That the. Majority of us out there If, we are to describe, what we do what who are we What do we do do, we relate to labor Or do we relate better? With owners what do we do for a living do we? Work for someone or? Do people work for us Most of us? Have a boss most of us don't own our own businesses So in our own lives I think The people we. Talked to you on a, daily basis Complain about their jobs not making enough money feel. Like you're getting squeezed and taking advantage. Of at work most of us relate to the workers The owner Now the guy that's making all, the money The guy that's taken on considerable risk, in owning small business or a larger business but When the business does well as the guy that's making the most money and, so What Earl Thomas is agent is. Saying is If most of us relate? To labor why is it in professional sports The fans typically side with the owners. And not the players well the answer, to that question is pretty simple The reason why most of us side with owners over players. Is, because even in two thousand eighteen it's still Is an amazement too many, of us That men who play a game Make so much money That things we did What are fans fans are the people that are most passionate about a team or a sport We're not only We're not we're not, only you know we're. Not getting paid. We are paying We're. Not getting. Paid we are paying for the product we like it. So much. We are we, are investing, in the product in. Time in dollars And so, when the, people putting on the product when the players, the. Guys who are making all the money the people who. We look. At it and say you know I would do. This guy is doing. Four nothing what I wouldn't give. To be a professional football. Player I. Wouldn't I do it for the love of the game So when those people complain about the money, that they're, making that's why we we side with owners, because. It is still a shock to many of us that. Men who. Play a game make millions upon millions of dollars But that's, the business of sports you know it's a fourteen fifteen billion dollar industry the NFL the players put on the, product they should get paid handsomely It's, so this conversation this broader conversation that's playing, out in, NFL training camps right, now about holdouts, these guys. Are under contract but they feel. Like they're, underpaid so they're not showing up Earl. Thomas Aaron Donald technically not a hold up. But Leon bell same principle When, these guys don't, show up They get ridiculed by fans But here's my. Here's my take on it Yes, the system stinks for them It's not major league baseball. The. Contracts are not fully guaranteed So when you sign a deal or Aaron Donald, space when your, contract is predicated on. Where you get drafted, you've no choice you didn't. Associated deal you're basically slotted in When you feel. Like you're vastly underpaid What recourse do you have The best you can do is Threatened to stay away And then see how much the franchise really values you If Aaron Donald took his holdout into Oh like you did last year if he took it up until twenty four, hours before the start of the season the team wouldn't care And when I say wouldn't care. I, mean the Rams would would welcome him back with open arms it would be water under the bridge he would, play the next weekend Probably go on to have another. All pro defensive MVP like season So what what. Aaron Donald is trying to do is play a game of chicken I am hoping that you blink you probably won't But it's. Worth a shot And I hear my agent flowed out idle threats and, he can put out a You can throw down the gauntlet and say my client is not gonna play another down on this contract and see if the Rams buckle How valuable mighty you Underpaid You, know I am vastly underpaid Pay, me what I'm worth In NFL teams do that. All the time with guys they signed. Player sign a big contract they under perform in the team goes, to the player? And says you know what we really didn't. Like you did last year so. We're changing up your deal you can either take a pay. Cut or you're done here We're going to get rid of you We're. Going to give you a pink slip So the voters operandi for the. Players have to be to change the system But you can't change the system right now the players aren't going to. Go on strike because three or four guys feel like they've, got bad contracts so? If you're one of. Those guys that's stuck right now what do you do just honor your contract There are no there's? No loyalty in sports So. I want to get your thoughts on this you got millionaire football players who say the. Millions that they are making are not enough they want more. And so, they, don't show up to work They have a contract that says you have to show up the. Training camp if you don't we're gonna find you every day Then you had. A few guys, say screw that I don't care So when that happens what are your thoughts we got an, NFL agent who represents. A player who's holding out who was saying I. Don't get why so many fans side, with ownership. Over the players The players are you your labor you have a boss you don't like, feeling like you're underpaid. Why do you side with them instead of us Eight five five two one, two four CBS.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on The Economist Radio
"How is it s energy supply affecting daily life now well much less than it was about five years ago when see see the president took power in a coup for the year leading up to the coup and then the couple of years after it there were recurring blackouts particularly in the summer a lot of which was down to poor management domestic gas production had fallen because of investments egypt was diverting lot of its exports to meet domestic need but there still wasn't enough the government was billions in debt to foreign suppliers and it didn't have enough regasification terminals to handle liquefied natural gas imports so all of this combined to lead to what we're really crippling blackouts back then factories had the close businesses shut down there were photos and newspapers of surgeons operating by flashlight in addition hospitals and that has turned around somewhat over the past few years partly because of the government is doing a better job getting its fiscal house in order it's paid back that's too it's gas suppliers and also now because we're starting to see domestic gas production come online and pour into the domestic market i'm this new find would that be largely for domestic use is it seen as turning egypt enjoy a big gas exporter well the idea for this would be to export it in two thousand fifteen egypt found the field which is estimated to have perhaps eight hundred and fifty billion cubic meters of gas it's the largest find to date in the eastern mediterranean that is largely going to be kept here for domestic consumption and it should be enough to meet most if not all of egypt's domestic demand in the years to come so this new field or any other major gas discoveries that egypt has over the next few years the idea would be to export the bulk of that and how does this affect it so range moments with with israel which i think is also a major gas producer but who's gases is liquefied in egypt right and that's the question right now is back in february and injection firm private company signed a deal with the isreaeli consortium that runs there to natural gas fields a fifteen billion dollar deal over ten years for as you said egypt to liquefy gas for israel and then export egypt has about twelve million tons of liquefaction capacity that it's not using right now and so they wanted to the idea was to let israel use that and get his rayleigh guests to market the question now is egypt has a supermassive field they're talking about notre being three times the size of zucca if it's that big egypt will need that capacity to export its own gas and so the bottle neck then becomes for egypt for israel for cyprus even which is discovering gas how to get all of this mediterranean gas to consumers particularly in europe if the big market is europe this must offer a threat i suppose to russian supply we were just talking in an earlier interview about why are es about the nord stream two pipeline is this seen as a potential threat to russian supply yet i mean that's how these railly's have actually pitched it in private sort of private meetings with european governments european companies is for european governments that are concerned about their reliance on russian gas this is an alternative now right now there is not enough supply here and there's certainly not enough export capacity to displace russia or to challenge russia which sends more than one hundred billion cubic meters of gas every year the pipelines into europe but it does allow europe to diversify its suppliers and over time of course the the.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on WBOB 600AM
"Other congressman the president set up a fifteen billion dollar package a clawback saying here looking through this budget there's fat here this garbage here this this year let's just get this fifteen billion dollars out of the money not even being spent sitting in accounts that are not being activated it's not like this is coming out of school a children's lunchboxes right this is just money sitting around but yet even with the majority you don't even have the votes in congress to get rid of fifteen billion dollars that doesn't even isn't even being spent what is the deal yeah i can't explain that i can tell you that you know that some people just think it's hard to explain i don't because the democrats immediately attack instead you're cutting money out of the child's health insurance program fake no we're taking money that hasn't been spent we're leaving a reserve that's as large as any time that we needed a reserve that count and we just finished authorizing and and taking care of chip for the next ten years and interestingly many of the democrats voted against that reauthorization because they didn't like the way we were spending for and what a recision package he does in this case it takes money off the table that hasn't been spent and the reason the democrats are opposed to that is they want to use that as as what's called a pay for later so even though we just has this john lewis some of the democrats want to go back in claim oh well here's some money over here that we haven't spent so we can now spend it on something else so we're spending more money than we've ever spent before and they still want to spend spend spend and unfortunately some of the republicans are either afraid politically that they can't explain it or they're afraid that they are they want to spend it to in some cases some tomatoes i don't think that's true of most people but that's what you're facing and that's the reason that we're having difficulty getting the hope because the recission distribution package makes all kinds of sense well it does because if i can just explain to do it in twenty seconds this is fifteen million dollars that the white house budget office when they got the budget back identified as money that is sitting accounts that haven't been spent money.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"It's nineteen minutes after five o'clock on this saturday morning we'll check your forecast in just a moment and then check in with john hancock and michael kelly right now it's joan doniger on your radio and we're gonna talk about home a robot this is what so many of us think when we hear the term home robot rosie ill back jim is dj today's home robots are more along the lines of i robots roomba vacuums they do one job without any new york sass sony and lg have also shown an interest in a market that the firm research and markets predicts will triple to become a fifteen billion dollar industry by twenty twenty three animas on is apparently working on something a little more jetsons like technology in this case it just making it a portable the problem so tech expert rob enderle says it might not be a mass market item at first folks that are disabled these robots are going to be lifesavers and probably will roll to them fairly early figures insurance companies will find home robots cost effective but could make the difference whether they can live on their own or not live on their own that's very interesting member the jetsons and rosie rolling around doing all the chores at home whereas that'll just probably mean we'll spend more time at work so you have to be at home taking care of things right all the technology was supposed to make life easier so much for that idea our forecast pleasant today plenty of sunshine and a high of sixty three tonight clear down to forty one tomorrow sunny and sixty six can't complain about that fifty seven high ridge fifty two and olivetti fifty.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Fifteen billion dollars and expressed script debt now the offer represents a premium of nearly thirty one percent to express scripts closing price yesterday the transaction was approved by the board of directors of each company it's still faces regulatory scrutiny of course now it is part of the consolidation we have been seeing in the healthcare industry steve potus to bloomberg business on newsradio eleven twenty cam alexis thank you steve kmox news time 604 and offduty st louis county police officers injured after tried to arrest thieves stealing from costco kmox as brian feldman joins us live with the latest in brian is the officer okay the s michael police say the officer's fine he's being treated at a hospital for non lifethreatening injuries now here's what happened at six fifteen p m yesterday evening an off duty st louis county police officer was shopping at cosco at forty two hundred rusty road he was told by employees two people were stealing the officer walked out to the parking lot got into his marked st louis county vehicle and saw two suspects get into a van and drive away the officer followed the van to a dead street on lindbergh business court and conduct a traffic stop two suspects got out one of them tried to run away but both were taken into custody during their arrest asked someone else inside the van got into the driver's seat and use the van to strike the officer the officer fired his weapon it's unknown if the driver was struck the van did get away it's now believed to suspects were in the van when it drove off both are still on the run and being sought by police the officers being treated for lacerations to his hand along with a lower body injury from getting hit by the vehicle but again he is expected to be okay reporting live brian feldman newsradio eleven twenty kmox governor grayton defence team adds another highprofile lawyer the day after that prosecution added a harvard law professor kamil excess kevin coline reports he's one of only a few lawyers in town that you can say has a household name scott rosen bloom as defended on one cases for nelly and former rams foyer leno her little now he's fighting to clear eric writings the prosecutor kim gardner was asked about her reaction seems like we're in sort of an.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And other factors not available in all states a security wcbm news time is now free that has passed a little clock because of the adverse weather conditions out there this morning she swollen harford county schools are closed today baltimore county and carol counties rules are opening two hours late and kent and queen ann's county schools are opening ninety minutes late honorable county executives steven shoe is propose are the county spent fifteen billion dollars for improving the school security they proposal would add twenty school resource officers and bulletproof shields for every school on maryland sutter's panels scraps governor hogan his tax relief bill and replaces it with legislation that would see some american residents paying more state taxes while many others would see a decrease the state would also keep at least two hundred million dollars annually out of the windfall expected from the new federal tax relief bill the additional revenue would help pay for the expected rise in the cost of k through twelve education in future years marilyn's june twenty six primary role l democrat voters in most counties to vote for central party positions based on gender seats the new rules come as the number of maryland women running for office surge there are no women and and barron's congressional delegation nor top statewide elective offices state party chair kathleen matthew says preserving an equal number of seats for men.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"I'm chris ingram with the latest from newsradio one or two point nine karn little rock fire department responding to a fire at georgetown apartments near nottingham road that's going to be near the midtown target vonk sixteen jonathan roselle tweeted that firefighters say sixteen units at the complex were affected earlier the smoke was visible from interstate six thirty in the mid town area we'll keep you updated on newsradio one or two point nine karn as more information becomes available treasury secretary steve mnuchin says despite rumors of delays tax refund checks will go out starting this month fox sixteen donna terrell says officials admit to potential problems could delay refunds a possible we could see another government shutdown next week that congressional budget office says even if the government stays open the treasury department is already running out of money recent tax cuts mean the government is collecting kin to fifteen billion dollars less amok with with the injuries the debt ceiling as it had to always been done i think there's a general understanding that we don't want to in any way jeopardize the credit the united states secretary mnuchin says congress can fix less he says he's confident congress will agree to raise the debt ceiling however he's urging lawmakers to do it sooner rather than later next news in thirty minutes i'm chris ingram newsradio one or two point nine karn yes he is chris plante what they do not want to ban they want to make mandatory what they do not want to make mandatory they want to ban not that means that means they're authoritarian or totalitarian one or the other few take your pick but that's what they are liberals don't care what you do as long as it's mandatory one of the great truisms of.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Number of mutual funds may be what three or four hundred i don't remember it was a small number i was under a thousand might have been six or eight hundred with uh about fifteen billion dollars only only it was ten or eleven percent of american households the money in the market bright but but in mutual funds specifically you know they read about fifteen billion dollars by two thousand that was eight thousand funds twenty four thousand asset classes and are not as a classes fund classes and share classes and seven trillion dollars in twenty years mckay hunter 50 billion to seven trillion cheese okay in twenty years now that's growth in case you're wondering what grows looks like that's growth has the bear strong that's healthy let's like five thousand percent growth yeah okay as healthy they saw an opportunity the fund industry saw an opportunity hey this is perfect these things look here we've got these funds some people are going to put him in and they're going to feed them all their lives in they're not going to be able to touch it because it's of the tax penalties and so forth and besides the rules and a lot of the a lot of the 401 k is don't let you get to him even if you can get to him tax wisely they still let you get to it and you know why don't we just put together some funds and you know here the way the 401 k is work is is you've got a certain number of funds you can you can do right i mean you you could do tan you could do fifteen you could do 500 whatever but you know it's not ever going to be 8000 so there's never the full universe of opportunity out there and we can just we could make sure we get into these captive uh for when ks what will pay off the the broker and the and the employer which they do it's called a revenue share it's built into the makino's asia expenses so you and i are pan for them putting a limited number of funds in our our our any end and these aren't done.
"fifteen billion dollar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"This side of pennsylvania avenue the senate expected to work their way through another disaster aid bill this week would we know about that you're a it so i think thirty five billion dollars in disaster aid this week keep in mind there was already fifteen billion dollar disase after aid package the past a last month the the the question is whether there is enough money in these disaster aid bills of course i believe texas and florida already saying that thirty five billion dollars coming this week is not enough they need more money for houston they need more money for florida citrus crops uh they're apparently has been a discussion that well okay let's move this bill uh and we'll have another one coming up next month there is a disaster it also in there for puerto rico of money to release some of their debt there's money in there for the the federal flood insurance program uh this is going to go on for a while on the my suspicion is they will move this one's fairly quickly and then they'll just start the next one remember after katrina they passed one hundred uh i think one hundred and five billion dollars in disaster relief in the first couple of months after that disaster will at this point if you're looking at florida texas puerto rico the virgin islands and wildfires out in california those numbers are going to go higher than that the house and senate back for the first time in three weeks this week a full plate we're talking about all of it this morning in our roundtable discussion on the weekend ahead in washington phone lines are open henry's up first in woodrow south carolina independent henry good morning good morning yes just wanted to say arctic we've just got who are talking arne all who spent abroad trust in institutions asking be d'oro top below support institutions do we cherish an ira just aggregates barreled through it or how would the conservative or liberal congress fictive remedies crew sparkling it update there pearl thirty oh would go along with it now i'll know expert owned those book it baffled my mind.
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