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Inside Novavax Lab Amid Race To Develop COVID Vaccine

NBC Nightly News

03:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Inside Novavax Lab Amid Race To Develop COVID Vaccine

"Mellon nbc. News exclusive inside a company developing another covid vaccine. It hopes will be a global game changer with more on that katie beck developing vaccines is an uphill race. One that novak. Ceo stanley erc has been running for decades. How close to the finish line do you consider yourself to be at this point But we are close. Maryland-based has been developing. That seems for more than thirty years but has never had one approved and on the market now a possible victory on the horizon as the company mass produces tens of millions of doses of its covid nineteen vaccine confident. It will be authorized for use in the united states. Do believe your product is better than the other ones out there. Are they do all work. And i think everybody should take whatever action that they should offered them promising. Early test results secured novak's a one point six billion dollar contract from operation warp speed to produce one hundred million doses for the us but pre pandemic nova vaccine was sinking suffering setbacks after several failed phase. Three trials we had to to lay off people that it hurts. Everybody's morale when you do that on the verge of collapse in december of two thousand nineteen at times company's stock trading at a dollar. If you've been around it as long as i have you seen a lot of experiments fail but you also see people figure out why and then fiction. The company's recent data from phase three trials of its covid nineteen vaccine show ninety six percent efficacy and against the uk variant eighty. Six percent checks in news was the first crew allowed into this biotech lab in college station. Texas where vaccine production is bustling focus on make as much as to be here at the texas facility. Eighty thousand square feet transform to produce covid vaccine as quickly as possible now. They've added three hundred employees and are making millions of doses inside those bio reactors every month novak's paired with the biotech arm of fuji film to use this space taps by the federal government years ago as an emergency vaccine site in case of a pandemic novak's already fulfilling vaccine with canada and australia and in talks with europe facing critical shortages. Back in maryland nova vaccine is transforming space to fill out this but this year the company grow from one hundred employees to eight hundred. And it's worth fifteen billion dollars. Still there success relies on fda authorization expected to be sought in may the failed experiments that we learned from you know Show if you can learn from them and had the wherewithal you can win erc experience. It's still too early for a victory lap. That will come when novak shots go into arms katie beck. Nbc

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Jim Cramer on Bitcoins Performance and Future

The Pomp Podcast

07:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Jim Cramer on Bitcoins Performance and Future

"Our guys bang bang. I have demand himself. He is back jim. what's going on. Man here's what's going on. You made me a ton of money. I had to keep out the experts there. Because when someone's they'd be as much money as you have. What kind of peppered with the authentic language. I did exactly now. I know you probably hear a lot of people say you know what i did what you told. No i went and called my cfo. All right. and. I said listen. I just talked to this guy and i went tomorrow and i said i want hoping to get trouble. I said i want a half million dollars in this and you can buy over a couple of days but i don't want anyone who's this guy was your. Thank you and i studied before it wasn't just like you know i didn't just off the tournaments but said this guy is compelling i even use and i don't know whether you have any but the brokerage you suggested and i mentioned the money because it's never happened to me before i bought a lot of stocks in my life but i wanna thank you. Some the reason i called is it. Can i please come on your and thank you because it happened. It happened just as you said. It also happened much faster than you said. But i'm very grateful. Grateful mike kits so thank you very. Well listen as as many people who watched our first episode together i think noted The most compelling piece of it was how open minded you were and how intellectually curious you are on. I think that is something that people forget is important in the investing world. So i can yell and scream from the rooftop all. I won't but it takes courage and conviction for you to do something about it. So it doesn't work invoked by the way i mean you can say well i'm sucking up sucking and just a tremendous respect. A lot of what you said to me. I of course told others and is there things that you would say. I mean i always do the door. So limited number. I always knew that there should be protection. And i regard it as an asset class. But i i have for years said that you should have go and i think what i had going for me was the recognition. That what you're saying is what i really searching for with gold. All but gold media goal is that is subject to many vicissitudes is subject to a mining issues. It's frankly are subject to fail in many cases. Where do you think that's what's going to happen. Do you think that people are gonna drop gold by bitcoin. Or what do you think's gonna happen now. If they listen to me going to drop goal. I've been saying kemper senegal since one thousand nine hundred eighty three and now say five percent gold piper centric and. I did not say that before. I talk with you. I had thoroughly research. I was skeptical on our skeptical. Frankly because i said you know what. I thought okay with my goal. This is the dog new tricks thing that i want. I run up against with the web with the wall street. People like they're constantly saying. Oh listen you know. You're old baby boomers forgotten. I guess to do with how young your mind is. And i listened to you a friend of mine go said i heard you pop a cup hops. The smartest damn straight and do what matters is how old you are. It's whether you're young enough in hearing someone who knows more than you and gonna love. What you have to do is accept the fact that someone who's more now we did in school. It's funny you chemistry and you guys were juice chemistry. And you're going to get blown. I walk into a bitcoin class. What do i think more than the bitcoins i. It's different from chemistry class. No different from an engineering class. I will do the progress. M when i got not schooled but talk by i said what am i doing not protecting myself in what i have been saying. That people could be hyperinflation. But even if there's just plain old inflation why not get in and i did. The thing that have is confused about was was this notion that help your currency versus asset class. Because i think that i am. I'm conflicted and i'm conflating. You can help me say what it really is is. I think that there's three things people are using it for right now right so you have people who are using it. As a medium of exchange people are using historic value and people using it as a speculative asset right. Those three things serve different uses for different people. But i think that a currency obviously historic value. It's hard to deny that people are storing value. I think that's pretty. Well accepted the digital whole narrative. And then when you look at like on chain transaction volume right in some days now. It's ten twelve fifteen billion dollars in a single twenty four hour period of transaction volume. That's putting it into trillions of dollars on annualized which know visas. These guys are eight to twelve trillion dollars in annual volume. So you're talking about maybe twenty five to fifty percent of the largest card networks in the world Super using it now. What they're using it for is very hard to determine but they're using some sort of medium of exchange and then i think the third one and probably the one on focuses on is the speculative nature. People are absolutely in some cases buying it because they think it's gonna go up in us terms and they're going to sell it at a profit later. It's i think that what we gotta figure out here is what's the dominant use case or. Most people speculating or most people using it as four value or most people using it needham of change. My guess is when you look at the data. Sixty percent of bitcoin hasn't moved in the last twelve months. So that tells me that the majority is being used as a store of value over everything else today. Now what happens in the future will find out. But that's how i kind of think about from a use case perspective is it. A currency is an asset. will technically. It could be both right right. Well you know for me because of my my here. Something is all dog. I always said the people. Listen if you could ever ever ever be a situation where you can play with the houses money you take what you put in then your blast and you never have to touch it. And that's what. I'm don neurological may have only took. That took out the money put in. But now i've been i'm never going to touch upon. I'm not. I may never because you traced data scenario for those of us who those of you that watch it you chase down scenario. That doesn't stop at one hundred thousand and a lot of people laugh. I didn't it. Was the twelve thousand. And i started thinking i've gotta get in before it got to fifty and i went home and told my wife i said lisa. I'm doing this thing. And she said why described there since fiber talk. You sound mesmerized. I said no. I i sent. Educate these are two different things. It's not been as rush. It was educated and the course that you laid out made me think you know what it isn't just a car. I borders currency. But i realized it was the store value and a better store value i was using and did i have the belief that it could grow up. Go and i did believe that. It could be speculative staying power but more importantly what i realized is ideal with the company square and instead of saying that they arrive this way. I knew that this cash app people kids are buying a little business. Schnitzel is gone. They're buying a slivers of bitcoin. And i said to myself you know what i want to be with them because they represent future but i also recognize they may be doing for whatever reason but i can be part of that way too and not feel that we've is is a boss. It's not was speculation. Not after the way that you late young you laid it out. And i am sure that you can lay it out for just in one minute. You've gotta just lay it out again or capsule probably not fair but why you know exactly what may be portrait.

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Google revelations trigger swift bipartisan call for action

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:46 min | 3 weeks ago

Google revelations trigger swift bipartisan call for action

"All this week. Congress has been holding antitrust hearings with a specific i on big tech companies and also this week in investigation published in politico found that nearly a decade ago commissioners at the federal trade commission apparently ignored evidence. That google was building an anticompetitive monopoly in search advertising. It's a topic for quality assurance where we take a second look at big tech story in the news. Matt stoler is research director at the nonprofit election economic liberties project in two thousand twelve. The federal trade commission said we have a bunch of evidence that google is trying to monopolize the entire internet and the five commissioners voted five. Did nothing not to bring a case. So you fast. Forward eight years and google is this giant intermediates the flow of information all over the world controls the internet and there are anti-trust cases against it from a whole bunch of states and forces all over the world which are effectively the anti-trust cases that the ftc did not bring in two thousand twelve companies. Trying to get bigger is not that unusual. What was it about what google was doing at the time that suggested that there should have been a case competing by improving your product or service is what we want but competing by signing agreements to exclude your competitors so that they can't get into the market. That's the essence of antitrust law. Google pays today about ten to fifteen billion dollars a year to apple saying when consumers use their iphones and they open safari on their iphones and they do a search that search automatically goes through google. There were emails that were revealed in this case. They were in the footnotes. That said the effectively the google executives were saying. Yeah we're doing we're signing these deals to monopolize we're signing these deals to exclude competitors from the market in some ways tech with a new crash industry. Then it is clear from these papers that you know. The economists working with the ftc made some predictions that were couldn't have been more wrong. Let's say can you chalk this up to simply not understanding what was happening in the tech industry or what could happen. So one part of a broad problem of elite lawlessness in america and across the west the way that anti-trust lawyers think about the world. They just are completely out of touch that that has to do with a very old school framework where they only look at What's called consumer welfare. If something is good for consumers that's the only thing they care about and they were like. Oh google offers a bunch of free stuff. And then if they're doing that the nothing that they do is bad and the so they accepted a whole bunch of arguments from google and essentially said to the commission don't file a case meanwhile the anti-trust lawyers at the ftc. Were like yeah. This is obvious stuff. This is really. this is really bad.

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How to Turn Your Instagram into a Money Making Machine with Zach Benson

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:22 min | Last month

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.

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Maryland lawmakers move ahead with first tax on internet ads

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

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

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Alphabet beats analyst expectations with cloud business continuing to grow

CNBC's Fast Money

02:48 min | 2 months ago

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

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Netflix subscriber growth soars past 200 million members

This Week in Tech

01:02 min | 2 months ago

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

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$900B COVID relief bill passed by Congress, sent to Trump

Squawk Pod

01:57 min | 3 months ago

$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.

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Some Georgians Will Lose Unemployment Benefits

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:05 min | 4 months ago

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

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Nobel UN food agency warns 2021 will be worse than 2020

NPR News Now

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

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

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European Commission to challenge Apple tax bill verdict

Daily Tech News Show

00:16 sec | 7 months ago

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

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Negligence probed in deadly Beirut blast.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:08 min | 8 months ago

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

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Marathon in Talks With Potential Buyers of Speedway Unit

CNBC's Fast Money

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

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

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Dow finishes up over 800 points as stocks soar on strong jobs report

News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

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

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The gender beauty gap

Ladies, We Need To Talk

05:59 min | 11 months ago

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

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The Latest: Japan's Olympics minister reaffirms no delay

Morning Edition

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Proposition 13: Vote on $15 billion California school upgrade bond remains too close to call

Morning Edition

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Michael Bloomberg is paying for sponsored memes. Any ROI?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:02 min | 1 year ago

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

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That a three point one K. became alive everywhere in the I heart radio app talk about the exodus from California and a couple of things come to mind first of all the this yeah I think it's a very impressive statistic that fifty thousand people left California for now that in one year and that you can forgive me for this if you're a big fan of the state of Nevada and frankly don't see it I don't think it's got anywhere near the the beauty that California has not even close and it looks as though they have started this steps toward some of the basic I think misdirection is that California has made plus it will change the it'll change the the make up of the state of Nevada to have need to state that the population is is about the size of the second peered counties in California terms of population base Orange County San Diego riverside salmon today now the each of those counties has a population that that exceeds the other populations that in about a bad back so Sacramento county is about half the population of the entire state of Nevada so the infusion of California's I think we'll have a dramatic impact on that state in addition to that I I look at the issues that may be driving Californians out and there's no doubt the resources here are abundant the state is is awash with money it's also got some tremendous debt that nobody seems to want to recognize so I have some concerns about how the leadership in the state is dealing with the the current state of affairs and just looking at this this most recent budget two hundred fifteen billion dollars all of that of course is fueled by growing tax collections and and it's the wealthy in the state of California that that have increased the coffers by nearly sixty billion dollars since two thousand fourteen that is gigantic money that is big big money but what are they doing with it they're taking on more debt there there there's I think there's squandering the money on some things that probably don't have a real significant likelihood of return on investment does that trouble you and will you be among those going ten of that did you had you would would you like to have your voice is heard yeah within the leadership of the state of California in terms of how you'd like them to take advantage of this unique opportunity where unemployment is low tax revenue is very very high could something better be done nine one six ninety one fifteen thirty eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty second with Gordon in Sacramento Gordon good afternoon welcome to the conversation thank you for holding on it's hard to talk to you today like what I'll be leaving California born and raised here years all right well I'm that's an interesting question I've got a cousin in Reno such a possibility forced relocation that it you know very easily so of the job market is good the first of the social services work that I do now versus the nuclear energy work that I used to do so so I got some flexibility as far as that goes but the the reason that I'll be heading out whether it's Nevada or Tennessee or North Carolina or something like that is quite simply the infrastructure in that state yes so dilapidated that I don't you know I mean I ride a motorcycle other conditions of the road it's the it's it's pretty peril arriving on probable stones yeah it's it's I I I agree with all that and you look at this this this is a fundamental reality the state of California in the infrastructure there and was actually geared for about seventeen million people are so maybe as many as eighteen million people where we now nearly forty million people so we have exceeded the capacity of the infrastructure without any updates and now they're talking about closing and it's kind of a name prison San Quentin which I understand of there's a legitimate plan to to divest the the state of San Quentin given the fact that it's extraordinarily valuable property and move that the operation someplace else where the where real estate doesn't hold that value it would make sense but they're talking about shattering the present period as a means by which to save money well nobody likes the idea of folks going to present but there are some people who have engaged in conduct that tells the rest of us that that's the only place we can put them to ensure the rest of us are kept safe so to reduce the capacity when the population is increasing and by the way the productive people who are pulling the wagon as I like to say versus those were writing on it leading at a higher rate the fact they're they're the ones that are leaving so I think you can anticipate that the need for that kind of infrastructure correctional facilities is going to grow not diminish over time so I look at the decisions that are being made and I understand you're coming from Gordon I do think it's absolutely an issue of infrastructure maybe first and foremost some philosophical issues as well should call very much we got a break for time will come right back with more calls don't go away.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" 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.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" 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.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"I would darla that is not private at. All right darla. That's right. She left the key for the dog. Sitter in the mailbox. I mean, that is serious. Abuse, right? There were a key us right. I ever darla David seven minutes. She was at the candy store in San Francisco. So. Right? And the heavy frost sharing location. I mean, come on. I believe that apple is sincere and all of these things about security and privacy, our heartfelt from them. The only kind of caveat I have with this is that base still take Google's whatever ten fifteen billion dollars a year to have Google be the default search engine on all the IOS and MAC OS devices. So yeah, I is that make them complicit in all of that tracking. I, if you're getting paid for it, I think it sort of does. Yeah, I I prefer it because it makes me not have to go switch it back to Google. What are you going to do? Give me duck duck. Oh, well, yeah. I mean, that would be that would be the alternative. Yeah, I understand your issue there. But I mean, the reality is, luckily at Apple's business model isn't about collecting and selling our data. It's about, you know, getting a suspect thousand dollars on a phone. It's about doing right. It's about being paid billions of dollars by someone else who collects data? Yes. Yes. So you know buyer beware, I suppose. Yeah, but I think the things that cover here on this privacy page are are right on. I think you know, there's not. There's not. They're not being Weasley about the things that they do that they do that are important to them. I believe that they are. Nobody's perfect. I guess they're I, they're better than most, which I guess these days is the best you can ask more. Not really hard. Yeah. It seems to be the way the going now what's elections are coming up? Well, let's he's not as bad as the other guy. There dumpster is just smoldering it's not actually fire. So. Great. They do have a new thing now where you can get all of the data associated with your apple ID account. I don't know if this comes back to, you know, being GDP are compliant, but whatever makes them to do it. I'm guessing. So they built it so they might as well give it to everybody..

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on Converge with Casey Newton

Converge with Casey Newton

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" 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..

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on WBOB 600AM

WBOB 600AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" 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.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"All right but in this case what funding does president trump wanna retract so the biggest chunk is going to be coming from the children's health insurance program about seven billion dollars the administration says this wouldn't hurt the program as most of these funds are in accounts that for one reason or another can't be spent anyway and this is the argument they're using for the rest of the money as well that they're rolling back things like a rarely used loan program now obviously we need to see the proposal to know for sure right but context fifteen billion dollars on the scale the federal budget is big or little i mean it's a lot of money but not necessarily a big chunk of federal spending and it's much less than the earlier numbers that we heard for this initially the administration was floating up to a sixty billion dollar recision package including cuts from the recent omnibus spending bill what we're expecting today is much less and does not pull from that one point three trillion dollar spending package that was passed earlier this year or kimberly adams thank you let's do the numbers the footsie in london is up just slightly dow and s and p features and gers down and the three tenths of one percent range crude oil is back below seventy dollars a barrel this morning even though today's the day the trump administration could pull out of the nuclear deal with that big oil producer iran what's been the role of drug companies drug wholesalers and healthcare providers in the spread of the opioid epidemic facing scrutiny in front of a house committee in washington today are exempt from five companies including mckesson and cardinal health from our health desk whyy in philadelphia here's dan gorenstein wholesalers are required to monitor an alert the da of suspicious orders that didn't happen when thirty million doses of painkillers got shipped to bell county kentucky population twenty seven thousand over six years that's more than six thousand doses for every man woman and child in the county kentucky deputy attorney general michael brown you cannot believe statistics like you mind can't get around thirty.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" 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.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"This is the time for the drive to the close this has we see equities selling off for another day in fact we're down about three hundred and sixty eight points on the dow jones industrial average off thirty two on the sp nasdaq down eighty six each of those major equity average is down more than one percent let's talk about the market with ryan dietrich back with us he's senior market strategist at l p l financial six hundred fifteen dollars six hundred fifteen billion dollars of yes times more six hundred fifteen billion dollars in assets under management ryan joining us on the phone from charlotte ryan nice to have you back with us south korean myself here uh we're got the market selling off again it take out your charts you take a look at the technical la readings on the market in what do you see well that's right carol you know what can write added we're looking at potentially a third consecutive one percent drop for the s p we haven't seen anything like that since going back to brexit you know five consecutive day about one percent move don't worry we had to one percent up days and now we're looking at three one percent down days and obviously everyone's wondering what happened deal why are we see and all the volatility all of a sudden are theory is this last year was historically dole in terms of the volatility we all know that we expect more volatility this year and sure enough what kind of happened in the beginning february we had the new fed chairman come in and going back to 1914 sure enough when he hasn't fed chairman you tend to have much more volatility those first six months not to mention is that the midterm election year out of the fouryear presidential cycle those people out of seven team percent correction intri year which is the most out of the four years and that the most volatility so those kind of things all add up to more volatility and we're seeing that but overall we get into it the underlined thinning they're still really positive is bull market this is just kind of what we're going to see this year not positives what's that jones industrial average is now down for the year s p 500 is of only point two seven percent right now um that puts a different tenor in things iribe all you'll nasdaq is up corporate temperature right.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on Recode Replay

Recode Replay

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on Recode Replay

"Disney probably will spend fifteen billion dollars on programming so i think on i if you look at the expense of hollywood maybe netflixing spending ten percent of the entire content spend of hollywood now that's not a monopoly amount of monopoly but there's no doubt that is changing ecosystem i mean even if you look at the addition of amazon and netflix x and some of these companies are bidding not dishonored try and find the next game of thrones but also betting on sports rates shoop into wishing at price it was always competition commandeered scr their new deeppocketed folks trading on rights which are and have limited supply who the deeppocketed in a way you know if you look at the new disney company so the new disney company will make about twenty billion dollars a year and he but dr and netflixing losing three or four billion dollars in cash a year and it's a different way it's valued on different metric so i think to say that one is more has deeper pockets than the other disney has the deeper pockets than net flakes now the capital structure in the way that woolsey's valuing the company is right now is a very very different metric now fox will make as much free cash flow next year as disney will as deficts will lose and yet netflixing worth one hundred twenty billion dollars hulu has twenty million subscribers now what should it be valued at if net fix his value to one hundred twenty billion dollars so we're not gonna go into whether or not media and internet company should be valued differently because that's a whole different conversation but it i think there is this question of how.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Know as well you know that the left wing can't win on issues they always tried to use the court system right that's like they're they're that fair playbook matter what country during hey israel uh is gonna sell fifteen billion dollars of natural gas to egypt ah when did they find this yes so we have a huge huge natural gas you'll the uh the coast of the mediterranean they called will by a thin and you're on exported we have enough gas he found the least another fifty to seventy five years and not israel now an 'exporter of natural gas that money wall while a lot of it is it it is the natural gas privately owned but the government has a large stake unit as well so it's gonna really benefit the citizens of israel impacts pairs here there'll be a huge huge grafted for us in the natural gas sporting hey hezbollah living it said that has been what could fire five hundred thousand rockets at israel uh what's iran's involvement here are we on a collision course with them over that in syria yes we absolutely are in iran is trying added um they have been for your v regional power and um you know it'll edited this this silver lining is that it has you know created much better relationship between israel and nettie arab states because they're afraid of iran and they know that israel uh is the is the strong man in the region and we can take sherapi ron so clause a lot of the the country's here in the region to cosy up fizzle including saudi arabia you know our traditional enemies where where you cannot enter saudi arabia with israel say your passport and now we're becoming buddy buddy they're afraid of the rock yeah and you're going to be a tour guide their nose in the saudi.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" 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.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on WFEB 1340 AM

WFEB 1340 AM

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on WFEB 1340 AM

"Congress has not yet looking for the border wall the president has asking congress to approve a fifteen billion dollars which will cover construction of the wall a decade president said that any legislative deal to protect socalled dreamers daca program but it must at the white house tech stocks father ring from february six supports dr larry nassar apologizing michigan with really it was tackled by sheriff's deputies have yet to perspective what as the word sugars look look celtic shelters the like of like natal's data it would have been benazech marxist trump but if you have to rest jon huntsman senior spent the most successful powerful what's men was time executive i should cooking element on a couple of children other at when she was a passenger into russia gop presidential not mobile husband is seeing them but jack nobody actually is we have court were strong winds right southeast wale at least one hundred per se soccer now wait in his one hundred per se thirty seven sunny high fifty seven thirty the core robert knepper the three three recent wait radio radio sugar waves u dot com thought this robert prosecutor visit our brief appearance at present shock collar as like well we became a i was out of his attorney for marchers

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" 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.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We lead local from kfi's 24hour newsroom i'm michael crozier okay not way showed of its tuesday mark thompson back all right horrible horrible pictures coming out of florida man anew believable and it's on it's on the back of you know houston where femur the congress put together fifteen billion dollars for houston maybe we can do it an early whip right an early whip around here we go how long can fema go on fifteen billion dollars before they need more money how long can femur last on fifteen billion dollars before they have to ask congress with more money belyo two years old mondo three years three years crozier one one year that is not right mark i guess i'll go four years four years angel i'm going six months and your way two weeks yeah they said they could have asked for money in two weeks beams going broke in two weeks two weeks now you know long ill fifteen billion dollars glass me eweek i couldn't spend it all you would just the interest that'd be spending a nod unlike licorice and gum and stuff but we gotta johnny arrest a call us up to that right oh yeah from the gluco dolls and beya what a hot banned i guess deploying live in san diego is that right tonight and tomorrow night at the greek wowed tomorrow we should go to that you know or call in sick actually they invited you really think we're going to send a car for you what mattered nobody brought that up to you know ups you're a your husband and daughter going well we instead car was available look what are in high parking space and the carl steady craig to be great in juliana of a great time the way this seriously they invite us they invited you really oh man what an tell me out of called in sick all right that it's unbelievable right let's talk to a much johnny are they from the couvert dollars how are you sir i'm doing great argued that i can't believe this you're calling us you know moments before you walk on stage aides to a million people screaming well i meant you man mugabe away now i i got on my phone where do you live now arnold traveling with a tip that young but plus it also sox did.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on KELO

"Fifteen billion dollars of real emergency relief that's necessary out of out to texas i talk to mark meadows yesterday condemn over the house freedom call chairman of the house freedom caucus conservatives in the house are tied to that i think that exploiting this this hurricane and people who lost their house houses to allow business as usual in washington of getting in eighteen month increase to our nation's debt limit past of continuing to spend money that we can't afford that we don't have makes absolutely no sense if there's some sort of technical reason that in order to get fifteen billion dollars out a very very small couple billion dollar increase the debt limit isn't necessarily then of course nobody would have that but i just completely disagree with sex trade mnuchin that in order to deliver relief to the people of houston to the people texas which we end louisiana which we obviously want to do that an eighteen month increase of our nation's debt when it is necessary makes absolutely no sense that he clearly was pushing that line today any a couple of times invoked president trump to make it clear that the press and wants a clean debt limit tied at two disaster relief you say you've been talking to the head of the house rim congress will they oppose that well i think they will first of all high if there's a clean debt limit increase doesn't matter what it's attached to what you have to go back to kind of first principles why is it that a hundred years ago america voluntarily decided to put a debt limit ourselves and we said it makes sense since to have a smoke alarm in our fiscal house and when that smoke alarm goes off everyone agrees we need to raise the debt limit but you should also start taking the types of steps that are necessary to make sure that our children and grandchildren don't suffer under debts that they can't afford to pay well not only is that going to be a big issue here in washington this week what's going to happen and with disaster relief that another big issue is the president is going to announce his decision on daca during the campaign candidate trump promised to end the daca program merge which protects hundreds of thousands of socalled dreamers from.

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"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen billion dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is buying the owner of hgtv for almost fifteen billion dollars business reports that thirty 38 past the hour i'm tracy junkie bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 tracy a grim discovery in chatham brings a sad end to a monthlong search wbz tvs bill shields with a story there are bags of 24yearold matt amp slur of jarom were found in a water jarred go barbara viscose guard boom on display not in use the coast guard station in shadow will lisa brings closer to the family are now that they finally have they can bury bringing into their worries that they've had since october the fact that there was a dead body rate down the street as you know a little unsettling matt arab slur was last seen in late october here's car was found that the chat online are sparking law in yesterday his body was found in the coast guard boat just steps from the crowds have white house fbi investigators don't suspect foul play but the exact cause of death will be determined following an autopsy at a young boy in manchester new hampshire may have saved his father's life after the man overdoses on heroin inside of a coffee shop bathroom the nine year old boy alerted staff in the store on kandiah road saying he was left alone for a long period of time and he was worried the workers called police to use nar can on christopher morressy he is recovering tonight at elliot hospital his son is with his grandmother morressy is facing child endangerment charges and a new study points out a different concern in the opioid crisis here's sam litzinger researchers one will deferred of all american adults used a prescription for an opioid in 2015 in many of them report misuse or abuse dr wilson competence the deputy director of the national institute on drug abuse who says sharing the drugs is a big problem of doctors need to consider you to thinking about what the pace in front of us will do directly with a medication after all that's why we right to prescription but we need to pay attention to the fact that peace medic keep center then shared with family friends and those in the social network of our patient relief from physical pain was the most common reasons given by those.

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