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"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on Geek News Central
"This. This is old news. Yes we know. Bill gates you know. There's probably probably eighty nine opinion. Probably eighty percent true. I'll plant scoops fifty two million dollars to deliver more plant based microwave meals vegan meal delivery startup all plants and got a series b funding led by drapery spirit to serve up more tasty plant beasts. Whole heat at home meals to uk customers So earlier the london-based startup ray. Seven point five million dollars as any of our. uk listeners. Eight any of these. All plant meals The one that they're displaying is rainbow. Fall fall out fall. Follow fell ms. And i don't know if it looks good or not but for those of you. That are vegans are you. Have you tried this food from all plants. Love to hear if you have or have not disney's delayed olive marble twenty twenty two films dr to door. Four black panther kanda forever will hit disney plus leaders results. I think the matrix is coming soon. Isn't it the new matrix. I think it's a november. Yeah seemed to have the day down that maybe one of our folks listen to the show live tonight can tell me what what the release date of the new matrix is but All these movies have been moved ten to eleven months. Some are not coming out to twenty twenty three which is crazy and We'll see we'll see where this goes a little bit of controversy. What's going on with superman as well as they modernize the The comic character so Marvel's got lots of stuff going on but we'll busy deletes the ever college students looking for an internship. I'll just be honest with your college. Based intern. resources are used as bass. That's how we get. All our interns are usually from the college intern programs. Make sure you student is registered in those. Also there's a variety of different websites as well linked in is a good place indeed a chunk inter internships. Glass door idealist. We haven't used any of these. We've always went directly to the university to the specific university or looking for specific types of students have specific program and but You know your college student should be doing coops and internships. It's a great way to They perform well me begin to put the door someplace for first job and but we've had a lot of success with interns and It's it's it's a pleasure to bring him on and have them get experience and and do projects So love to hear if any viewer hiring interns at your businesses or you're finding them but We go directly to the colleges looking for interns. That's what we do. Have blueberry t. mobile sends it speed lead in oklahoma's q. Three mobile report and basically their media download speed is sixty two point three five megs compared to. At and t. Forty seven point. Four two rising thirty nine point nine one team of also took the ground and five g. performance for the fastest meetings download speed on five g. and the best five g. availability brazen had the best fixed broadband speeds with the speed score. One hundred seventy eight point. Three eight followed closely by cox knicks vanity. Really what's going on if you live in a primary where there is great. T mobile coverage. You're not gonna have a problem but if you live anywhere on cringe. Good luck at my situation. It's it's not good on the fringe. Walmart is looming consumers to its walmart plus subscription with an early access to black. Friday deals so The lock walmart plus the retailers. Low costs are tentative amazon prime and with free shipping with no minimums free grocery delivery and other purchases now adding more reason become subscriber early access to black friday deals. The company announced today it will paying walmart plus subscribers to gain early access to his black friday events throughout the month november including the ability to shop. The deals four hours earlier than the scheduled. Start time for the three planned events interesting. I don't even know what how much walmart plus costs than anybody. No never even. I don't shop. I try to stay out of walmart as much as possible. Amazon's uc z. o. X. will test. it's autonomous vehicles. on seattle's rainy streets company also plans on opening an office there. So that's going to happen. In twenty twenty two sale be the third city hoses ucs autonomous vehicles actress san francisco and las vegas. Zucchini is toyota. Highlander suv's retrofitted with sensors and computer hardware drive autonomously. They're not even buying american brand vehicles really party foul. Why don't you drive enough boarder chevy. I naughty naughty naughty not even used american vehicles. How about that. Speaking a foreign vehicles toyota will build a us battery plant as part of a forty three. Excuse me three point. Four billion dollar investment so the training skills battery production capabilities. United states is part of the investment. Today says it was td avenue company that helped from help from its toyota to show subsidary build a better manufacturing plant somewhere in the united states and This isn't going to happen until well by the end of twenty thirty one so nothing really Back close on the horizon. How many of you Sell stuff on ebay zeli then mo. How many of you earn income I have Money that comes in for donations and the podcast awards that come in to pay pal so Last year. I got a ten ninety nine from pay pal but apparently serving in twenty twenty two online selling micro payment platforms report yearly total income of more than six hundred dollars on the form. Ten ninety nine k. This is way down from the current two hundred transactions a year totaling twenty thousand or more. So that's probably why. My why i was getting a ten ninety nine. Many more. ten ninety nine ks. We'll be going on twenty twenty three or twenty twenty two income so be prepared is it's bypass oh maybe all the income will not be taxable however be rated proved to the irs which portions of your ten ninety nine k. Income or not taxable because it ten ninety nine k. implies all of it is so. Here's my advice. It might be time for to pay pal accounts if you have a pay pal. Count that you've been doing business and personal stuff on very hard to keep that separated. So i do this today. I have pay pal account that. I use for personal purchases that is going to like. Let's say i'm a buy something on. E. aren't gonna buy something online. That's not a business related expense. I've appel count for that. It's tied to my normal checking account then have pay pal account. That's for my business so any business income are business expenses. Go into that so that i keep them separated. So you may want to start doing that if you're not doing it already. It doesn't snow no farm. No foul to open up to pay pal counts. Does use a different email address. Just keep the banking separate. you know. that's the key and then at the end of the year. You're not gonna have this accounting nightmare that you could have they've you have a whole bunch of money spent on personal things that were not business related expenses and or. You've got money as a gift or something like that now. You're still if you get money via paid pow. you're still gonna have to account for it somehow but Yeah i have to pay pal accounts and one night is strictly just do purchases.
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on Coronavirus
"Hello everyone and welcome. To e theorem daily daily reading on the latest any theory stark where announces the launch of stark starkness alpha accion infinity raises one hundred and fifty two million dollars to talk announces. Nfc drops with lil nas ex and gary painter chuck and quarter three and f. t. trading volume surpasses ten billion dollars. All this more from ethereal daily starts right now. Stark wear has announced that it will be launching. Its layer two network starting alpha onto main ethereal in november of this year. The announcement came as a surprise to many who thought starting alpha wouldn't be released onto maintenance until next year starting alpha is a layer two network that uses ck role of technology. The network allows developers to deploy contracts for arbitrary computation and they permission list manner. It provides messaging between layer one and layer two on chain data and supports composer ability. However starting alpha will start out with the permission contract deployment the team announced. It will release details on how to get onto the initial white-list starting alpha was first released on the gory test night. In june of this year actually infinity any theorem based game. Nfc collection has raised one hundred and fifty two million dollars in series b funding. The round was led by venture capital firm a16 z. With participation from a cell and paradigm the funds were reportedly raised a three billion dollar valuation. Acce- infinity will use the round of capital to hire new talent scale infrastructure and build distributed platforms to support developers in creating nfc enabled games. Raanan acsi infinity's own side chain. Scaling solution currently has more than four billion dollars in total locked value. The value of axial infinity's native. Axs togan has surged rising price of just fifty nine cents on january first to an all time high of nearly one hundred and fifty six dollars yesterday. The company recently launched axs staking functionality offering rewards for users. Who lockup tokens acsi. Infinity has also airdropped sixty million dollars. Worth of axs tokens too early. Adopters of the game took talk has announced plans to release a series of ethiopian based nf tease in collaboration with little ex and gary bainer chuck six. Ts will be issued based on existing culturally significant videos shared on the platform to talk will offer both one of one and larger limited edition runs of the nf nfc's took talk. We'll be launching. Its nfc's immutable acts. Any theorem layer to scaling solution enabling cheaper transaction fees last month to talk announce a partnership with crypto music service audience which became the first music platform to integrate took talks sound kit functionality to easily import songs into videos the talk. Nfc's will be released starting october six. Us bank.
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"That you became friends to the extent that the new york times journalist jack curry commented rarely have to higher profile opponents. Been this close. Rodriguez described as being like my brother. Even though they were on the field at bursary or adversaries excuse me before the nineteen ninety seven season jeeter and the yankees agreed on a five hundred forty thousand dollars contract with performance bonuses becoming the eighties. Leadoff hitter jeter batted two ninety. One with ten home runs seventy. Rbi one hundred sixteen runs scored and one hundred and nine hundred hits that season though he hit two home runs during the one thousand nine hundred seven american league division series and the yankees loss of the cleveland indians though three games to two dare jeaner actually earned seven hundred fifty thousand dollars for the one thousand nine hundred eight season that you're jere was selected for his first all star game and in the regular season he three twenty four with a league leading one hundred one hundred twenty seven runs nine thousand. Nine home runs eighty four. Rbi for a team that won one hundred and fourteen games during the regular season is widely considered to be one of the greatest of all time in the playoffs though jeeter struggled hitting only a buck seventy six in the al the s. and aol cs but when it mattered. Most in the world series. He at three fifty three four. The series as the yankees defeated. The san diego padres in four games. At the season's end jeter finished third in voting for the most valuable player award that season. Now in one thousand nine hundred nine eligible for arbitration jeeter was awarded a five million dollar salary. Jeeter led the american league in hits that season with two hundred nineteen finishing second in the league in batting average with three forty nine average and runs scored with a one hundred thirty four runs scored appearing in his second all-star game that year as well now jitter was actually the three. Oh hitter for much of the season actually. And because of that he drove in one hundred and two runs in one thousand nine hundred nine becoming only the second yankee shortstop to so following lynn larry's one hundred seven or is back in nineteen thirty one in the postseason. Jeeter hit four fifty five in the ale. The s. three fifty in the al cs and three fifty three fifty three in the world series as the yankees defeated the braves to win another championship in third during the nineteen ninety nine through two thousand off season derek jeter and the yankees negotiated a contract with jeter tentatively agreeing with a seven year one hundred eighteen point five million dollar contract however because steinbrenner did not want to set the record for largest contracts steinbrenner waited until juan gonzalez of the detroit tigers negotiated on a reported one hundred and forty three million dollar contract extension. When that agreement fell through soda jeeter's tentative deal to avoid arbitration jeter and the yankees agreed to a one year deal. Were ten million dollars. Jeeter batted a team. Best three ninety nine in the two thousand regular season added fifteen. Home runs seventy three. Rbi one hundred nineteen runs scored twenty two stolen bases and the two thousand all star game. He recorded three. It's including two single a two run single. They gave his team the lead and the victory and that was really important. Because i don't think that but selig had just yet Implemented the homefield advantage for the winning league. But i do think that it was starting to get that way. I have to really look up what that when that happened. I can't remember off the top of my head even though i definitely should. And it's gonna drive me insane but he. That performance actually earned him the all-star star game mvp and. It's the first time a yankee had ever won that award during the postseason though he only hits you eleven in the division series but rebounded to hit three eighteen in the championship series against the seattle mariners and four zero nine in the world series against new york. Mets gier added to home. Runs a triple a. And two doubles in the world series including elite off home run on the first pitch of game four and a triple later in the third inning. His own running game five tied the game and extended the world series hitting streak to fourteen games. The defeated the mets and five games for their third consecutive title and fourth ingenious i. Five full seasons gear won the world series. Mvp award becoming the only player to win the all star game mvp and the world series mvp in the same season with one year remaining until he would become eligible for four free agency. Dairy jeeter signed a ten year. One hundred eighty nine million dollar contract before the two thousand one season to remain with the yankees. Alex rodriguez had signed a ten year. Two hundred fifty two million dollar contract with the texas rangers earlier in the offseason setting the market for jeeter's negotiations junior became the.
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on AI.Crypto
"Virginia public pension funds double down on bitcoin. Even government workers are trying to get exposure to crypto to virginia public pension. Funds are seeking approval to invest directly in an investment fund. That buys bitcoin. Other cryptocurrencies and crypto derivatives. If given approval by their respective boards the fairfax county police officers retirement system and number forty pours number. Forty one and fairfax county. Employees retirement system and number forty e r s and number forty one will invest fifty million dollars in payroll taxes capital management fund according to reporting from bloomberg. Both retirement systems within fairfax the fortieth largest county in the country made news in two thousand eighteen. For investing in blockchain technology when the e r s invested zero point three percent ten million dollars of its holdings into the morgan creek blockchain opportunities fund pours place zero point eight percent eleven million dollars. They followed up with another fifty two million dollars in total the following year. But the lion's share of that fund is invested in the firms responsible for cryptocurrency tech. Only fifteen percent goes into the crypto currencies themselves this latest allegation then represents a more substantial bet by pours and e r s on cryptocurrency itself. It's easy to see why they would want some added exposure especially since the systems control billions in investment money most of the generated from returns on employees and country contributions. A small but not insignificant. Bet on cryptocurrencies can go a long way. According to data from nomex the price of bitcoin has risen three hundred forty percent in the last year which is relatively small when compared to the rest of the market. A theory boom eight hundred percent. Salona saw five thousand four hundred percent rise and coin earned returns above eight thousand seven hundred percent. It wasn't limited to coins. Governance tokens for defy protocols which allow people to trade and land with one another without through an intermediary so large gains as well. What appeals to pours is that crypto markets aren't accurately reflecting cryptocurrencies true price as police chief investment officer. Kathryn moler told bloomberg. It's an area that's going to grow in adoption and interest. We think that it's inefficient enough. So we think there are some alpha opportunities to take advantage of..
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Ca. Chuck the aforementioned brady ca chuck. everybody hoping he'll get an eight year deal. Probably he's going to sign a three year bridge deal. That's what his brother did in calgary and there's lots of reasons why he probably isn't ready to commit fully to this organization yet as well but that aside boy the eight year contract. I'm not sure that's really a great play for too many brady could shock ya. I would consider it for him but they just seem to be around the league giving out eight year contracts the way the blackjack dealer gals out playing cards today. Colton perico gets an eight-year contract with the saint louis. Blues really like got a eight year. Fifty two million dollar contract and He's the blues top defense. I like him but again. I don't know what is what is the player going to look like in eight years. A lot can happen in eight years. I'll tell you. What steve that. I agree with you right just a eight year you know what three year deals sometimes. Don't make sense right with injury. Okay we'll do that. But if you get hurt i got freaking. Pay the rest of the car. It's like such a high risk right such a high risks baseball baseball hockey frigging football basketball. I don't know how much of what the injury levels like. But so who. Who's who's liking the eight year. Deal the player. I guess the player but but if i'm a player and they wanna sign me seven million a year. I'm going okay. That's good that's good. I don't want it for eight. Because i might get nine in four or five years from now. You know this the only one. I can really think who likes it. Steve who's going to go. Baby is the is gary bettman and the nhl office gone anything we can do here to not for people not to start to dabble into that ugly water of lockout of new of of player collective bargaining agreements. I don't know how far away they are from it but when they do the last one. When's the next one come. How often do they do it..
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"They don't even Won't even go into shelter or a home But we have despite all that eight hundred fifty two million dollar budget per year. That alone is one hundred. Six thousand per homeless individual if those numbers are correct back of the envelope and you built the author for one hundred twenty five adore so in other words just maintaining the status quo is costing about what it costs you to Open a door in a location. So i guess you're also doing four prophet. You know market rate apartments as well so lest any rating block ables just doing homeless housing But maybe they talk over the the bigger issue of. Why is this Such an issue for cities like san francisco and la where they can't seem to make this work are solve this problem. Such that's a big one. So yeah. I think so. The the approach that nelson and i've put together is you know is is very much a comprehensive business model that addresses the fact that housing is both a market rate. An affordable problem right so if you take Take municipalities like in in la for instance that that period of time that you just described is basically the period of time that it took The triple h bond to kickin right. So you if you take. And this is the core of the issue right this why we always say. Housing is not a construction problem right. it's a development problem. Housing needs to be solved through innovation in developed innovation in construction changes. Nothing because it doesn't change. How and why things are built how they're financed. How the reproved and how they how they move through so if you look at l. As a great example you take a market that has this much supply right and then you say here's a billion to to build more. You haven't changed the supply. All changes is the cost so you take the same supply of development capability in that market and it goes from three fifty a door. Seven twenty a door. Because it's just that much more constrained and so there's that much more demand for the exact same supply of development capabilities and it just drives up. Drives up the cost developers. You don't have the number of destruction companies and so if the state or the city tries to do the right thing and pump more money into it. It's not actually going to work. They're not innovating. In any way. In this process you have the same capacity but people are bidding it up. Yeah so the answer. Own best interest. Totally because i am not an affordable housing developer right is essentially A group that is optimized around managing low income tax credits because low low income low income tax credits are what finance of below market development. So if you take if you take what cannot basically the market can't develop Housing for folks. Who don't make enough money to be able to pay the rents. So if they're not and that's a huge. That's a huge number of people in the us. Tens of millions of people can't afford to pay market rats. The rest of it could subsidized through low income. Tax credits. low income tax credits are mechanism that basically provides that twenty to thirty percent Missing element of financing for housing for folks. Who don't make enough money to make rats. That's guaranteed by section eight vouchers. So section eight vouchers are basically rental subsidies for people who don't make enough money in order for them to be able to pay rents so you have a development process that's underwritten by guaranteed rents by section eight. So it's basically end to end subsidy. That's that's the process affordable housing developers when they go to build something are in the exact same market as all the market rate developers. They have no ability to reduce the cost. And so this has been the big thing that we've been working on which is in our business model. We have an incentive structure for block to build for the real estate partnership at as low cost as possible because the real estate partnership benefits through greater and greater ownership equity in the real estate by being able to deliver the finished development at his lowest possible cost. And so when you create that incentive loop you basically then create a model whereby investing in innovation that drives efficiency and drive down. The cost has a direct economic benefit particularly in the market rate sought then on the not for profit side. You're delivering a social good. So you're delivering something that ties you into the political structures that govern what housing can be built. And so you've created this kind of two sided business model and this is something you know. I know nelson's done in the commercial world before you sort of was the the father of p. three structures in los angeles You know thirty years ago creating this public private model where by creating efficiency you drive down the cost and and create a ton of a wealth creation on the market rate side but you also create an incentive on the not for profit side so that you have a voice when you're talking about reforming policies changing zoning you have a voice in that conversation which is a huge issue particularly in housing because it's so political because it's tied to the dirt. Let's talk about the nimby ism as we get ready to wrap your At least in the area. I am the bay area. They seem to have every project. A downsize downscaled. Its casting a shadow. It's going to affect the quality of life of the people around it. Because i don't know the people who can afford affordable housing. Maybe aren't as desirable to the rich people who around it or just as general nimby ism. How does this impact what you're trying to do With lockable it makes so the shortest answer is it makes it clear we wanna be you know sort of prioritizing our work and so you know there's a lot.
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Just talking about innovations you working on in a multifamily residential building. The major maintenance costs can be around two events floods and fires if aflutter afire happens in a multifamily and i guess that happens You know pretty frequently this Can cost a lot of money because all the units impact each other and you are now building the factory thinking about that tolerance thinking about how to avoid that. Can you talk a little bit about new materials and ways to to avoid a flood in one unit effecting the five below it or on either side or fire on the bottom unit affecting the five above it and the two on either side in california. You've got the the the the two most common are flying fires right. So you get you know. Floods and fires and so building with non-combustible materials has a huge impact right. Because you're able to you're able to really reduce your risk now truthfully for the first couple of projects you probably don't get a ton of credit for that from the insurance groups but over time you will because you can show you can show the cost impact of being able to build with more tolerant materials and then the other big one is seismic so in california. One of the big issues is being able to build In different regions like not a lot of people know it. But i mean to the most complicated and costly areas of engineering and building stuff in california is around. Fire assembly around seismic and that's generally solved on a project-by-project base so imagine for a three hundred unit multifamily project. Developer is going to go out and hire an architect. Structural engineer mechanical engineers. All these folks and they're going to have to four that site develop site specific seismic structural engineering. They're gonna have to develop fire assembly right that talks about how based on the architectural code of the building that you're building what the fire tolerances one hour or two hour rating as things go between floors or from the outside to the inside. All this stuff is highly technical and it solved on a project-by-project basis. So what been doing for the last year and a half is solving that in a programmatic product base basis so that it can work anywhere in california so two of the big things that we've done over the last year have been one to create a vastly simplified fire assembly. That's reviewed by the state that can work anywhere in california for infill multifamily. That means that we can build the same assembly every time and we don't have to engineer on a product project-by-project basis the other is the structural joint so the joint that allows us to connect the buildings is is a very specific structural element that gets raided and tested by different agencies. So that they can break it and you know test what's going to do with fire. What happens when you bend it. How much pressure can you put it on. How much pounds prescriptions can it take. We have now filed a patent for our structural joint which allows us to build anywhere in california but also build a lateral system that requires no shear wall. So this is kind of like a technical component but wall is how you create structural capabilities for any given site. So let's say you're going to have a certain number one bedrooms and two bedrooms and your walls are going to be here. And your you know your your. Your assembly is going to be built this way. The structural engineer will put in wall as a way to kind of solve site specific problems. We've done with the structural joint with our lateral assembly is make it so that our buildings right which come out of our factory ninety five percent complete have one hundred percent of the structural built into them which means we can build our buildings the same way in every location which has a huge Basically whatever the highest impact areas you bill for that and then everybody else gets the benefit of it so exact like on the san. Andreas fault you're built for that. Or you know one hundred miles east or west of it. That was that was the reason for for focusing so heavily on california because california's got really strict building codes. So the energy code structural code fire assembly code on the one side. Is you work with the state. Because the state is the agency that inspects all of the engineering for anything that's built in factory and so the great part of that is in your product development process in our product development process as we move through the engineering of our structural joint as we move through the engineering of fire assembly. We can have them tested by agencies. Right who who will give them the green light from an engineering perspective and say that these are okay to use in as many projects as you want in california which means you're basically taking the industry away from what's called a prescriptive approach which says every project we're going to review the engineering on this one off every single time and you moving into what's called a performance based approach which basically is what you know if you build doors. Let's say in your door manufacturer you get your doors rated right. And they say here's the fire rating for this door. Whatever the piece of equipment is that means you can make many as you want. And they know what the performance of those were doing that now for the whole building for the structural elements of the building for the fire assembly. The building. and that's been you know. I'd say the investment that we've made over the last year and a half in doing that but then also doing it with our digital platforms so that we know all of that as we're looking at a site that's the that's the gap that no one has moved through in the industry before right because there's no incentive to do it because they don't get the benefit of it because they're not the developer. Yes this is where you know. The economies of scale being the developer and making these units pays off and there's a bigger trend going on at the same time which is cities are having a really hard time building these units. I was looking at an la times story at said The average cost of building a single unit of housing for the homeless in los angeles has risen to five hundred. thirty one. Thousand projects have soared genuinely seven hundred fifty thousand per unit And have had tons of delays and their original projection was three fifty. Yep And i know here in san francisco. We've got eight thousand people who are homeless and maybe homeless as the wrong term because his mental illness and addiction and all these other issues blended in some cases they don't even Won't even go into shelter or a home But we have despite all that eight hundred fifty two million dollar budget per year. That alone is one hundred. Six thousand per homeless individual if those numbers are correct back of the envelope and you built the author for one hundred.
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on Breaking Biotech
"They're trading at four point three dollars per share giving them a market cap of five hundred million dollars their net income in q. Two twenty twenty one do royalty was four point. Six million and cash position is one hundred fifty two million dollars. They achieved a three million dollar milestone payment from therapeutics for some preclinical data from their active collaboration and they did some work on duchenne muscular dystrophy as well as limb girdle muscular dystrophy in collaboration with septa in able to realize that milestone payment. So that's good. It's still preclinical data. So i'm not sure whether it's anything worth trading on the other things that we should be looking forward to though are the submission of an eye for se l. three. Oh two and this is for metal. Milanek acidy mea which is being filed in q. Three twenty twenty one. I don't think this is going to be a huge mover for the stock. But the one read out that i do wanna play is the data from this eighty eight. Emc one study and this is an empty vector caps in which they're going to combine with their immuno modulator called im- tour and what they're hoping to achieve is the mitigation of the formation of anti. Av a antibodies. And if they can see positive data here. I think this would be a pretty nice proof of concept study showing that their treatment can not induce an av eight antibody response in human patients and this is something that doesn't really get talked about as much given that other issues with gene therapies. Have come out but the issue is that once somebody is treated with an av often express antibodies against that eighty such that future doses of that. Same av or maybe a related. Av won't be able to be administered successfully. Because the adaptive immune system will have been trained to destroy that av that enters the bloodstream. So what. I envision here that if they can see positive data imagine all the different gene therapy companies that are using these two transducer there..
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on SMRPodcas
"Seven million to two point. Seven billion in the twelve months ending on january thirty first two thousand twenty one zoom also reported six hundred seventy two million dollars of net income and the twelfth in that twelve month period from twenty five point three million in the previous year zoom on pace to do them better this year and have reported to q. One february through april revenue of nine hundred and fifty two million dollars and net income tutoring twenty-seven Thought million so get this. Is this a minor slap on the wrist. But i could tell you. I would never as an it person zoom again given that you've violated every level of trust. I can have. I wouldn't be surprised if many if a number of companies were saying we cannot use this. And and i knew that when we were using zoom at one of my companies we had customers who said we can't use them. We have to use something else. And it's almost like now. In retrospect looking like did you know they weren't doing the selling stuff facebook and google. But i would imagine there's gonna be a number of companies who are going to say we contract it's gone. We're done the yeah. What would the worst thing possible you could do is violating the trust. Accompanies the it's it's one. It's it's the at. This is one thing to yeah. We haven't in indian encryption and you don't actually have it. Oh by the way we were selling your data to google and facebook. Yeah terrible with with without your consent. It's not like fine print in your agreement that you had with people just never noticed that it was now we just decided to sell your data and not consult you on it because it was a new revenue stream for us this. This find should've been not necessarily put them out of business. Fine should've been probably seven times. What it was. Maybe ten eight fifty here emmy fan. This should have been to where they have credit issues after they levy this. Because somebody's gonna go down the first national in like year. Give me a tins and twenty two way. Too much need a truck for that. So let's just do a wire transfer. Yes eighty five million dollars. Probably like right. The checklist move on. This is behind us. It's it's like you said it's pocket teens now but this was close to a billion dollar fine. It would have been different now. The real question is this was this was in the filing the us. I would imagine that you might. I would imagine this might be happening. They might be doing something in europe as well so if if they now have to deal with european nolte you is. I guarantee you define will be bigger. They're yes there's there's no question that define will not be bigger there. And i i am. I am actually kind of you know..
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on PTI
"People. Happy forty six per day tomorrow. Alex rodriguez he's now an owner of the minnesota timberwolves but his fame derives from baseball a. Rod is unlikely to ever get into the hall of fame because he persistently used performance enhancing drugs but what performances he gave a. rod was. Mvp three times. Once for texas twice for the yankees. He was an all star fourteen times the silver slugger ten times. He's fourth all time in home. Runs with six ninety six fourth all time in. Rbi with two thousand eighty six. A rod was so great that in two thousand the ten year. Two hundred fifty two million dollars contract you sign was the richest and baseball then. He opted out and signed an even bigger one ten years. Two hundred seventy five million. Are you a so thorough. Just now examination of iran as a player. Let me ask you this. I love watching. Alex rodriguez on television and listening to him. And how he takes part a game and delivers it to you. What do you think. I think that you're his very good friend. And i admired both of you for that. Happy anniversary matt harvey question. Here's your organizer. The dark night of gotham struck out. Eleven diamondbacks and five and a third innings. Did not give an earned run and went to for to with the plate. Picking up a win as major league debut. That was when harvey's with the mets and he quickly became the toast of new york but two thousand fourteen harvey needed. Tommy john surgery and endured an endless string of injuries as he bounced around. Now harvey's in baltimore where he went. Twelve straight starts without a win but he got one saturday night when he threw six scoreless innings against the nats to get his record of five and ten and renew the talk of what might have been he would might have been. I mean mets pitching staff. They got it done once in two thousand fifteen. But i mean syndergaard and harvey it. Didn't i would ask you a question. But you're not gonna answer it anyway. So i'm gonna bother asked me if the best pitcher in baseball yes. Happy trails adam. Frazier the all star. Second baseman. Who leads baseball hits. This season was traded from pittsburgh to san diego as the padres. Try to catch the giants. And dodgers frazier was hitting three twenty seven second best in baseball one of gold glove in two thousand twenty. Now the padres already have an all star second baseman jake cronin worth but both he and frazier can play multiple positions including outfield. The padres did this for offense though they score. Four point seven six runs per game. The dodgers score five point too and the giants for four point eight nine the pirates got prospects which is what last place always get tony. I'm also gonna wish happy trails to forty six year. Old gymnasts oxana -chusetts.
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"The as proposed. They made this public in april regarding that water from ballpark at howard terminal site in In the port of oakland. The one billion dollars water for ballpark thirty five seats. Thirty five thousand. If the oakland city officials vote yes on that they could keep moving forward and hope to get final approval in the fall but a no vote which would constitute five out of the eight city officials. Say no to. it would mean that. Basically the as are done. And we heard this from rob manfred during the all-star break last week that this process is at the end. The as brass already visited vegas multiple times and a no vote would trigger other relocation sites whether it's portland whether it's nashville whether it's been couvert. Montreal you name you all the means there and it seems like the big sticking point at this moment is additional three hundred fifty two million dollars in infrastructure financing that the as now have to pay for and i don't like getting caught up into all the back and forth about this stuff But you would think that with a project that the stadium press a billion dollars. The entire thing is gonna cost twelve billion dollars. Three hundred fifty two million dollars. Relatively speaking does not seem like the kind of saying that should Hang in the balance. That would mean that. The as don't stay in oakland where they have such a passionate fan base. But that's exactly where we are right. Now buster yeah. And you're a resident of california so you know that this is not a time when a perfect time to be asking for twelve billion dollar project. That's for sure in one of the questions if If in fact they decide that they are going to try to move the franchise. The las vegas someplace else. What's going to happen with. The front office led by billy bean. Will that group go along with ownership in move onto the next challenge because at grew. Bobby's he's been so important keeping oakland team a competitive and relevant relevant over the last thirty years Tow we'll see a lot to come. Dodge giants played the first game of that. Four game series dodger stadium last night for the dodgers worst-case scenario giants jump all over him in the first inning. Tony johnstone winds up allowing three runs in three and a third innings. How aggressive you think. The dodgers ownership is gonna be upgrading seen before the trade deadline. I think it will be aggressive. And i think the indications that came over the off sleeper when they blew past that luxury tax threshold like no other team. I think.
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Jerome powell says the central bank is monitoring inflation closely and testimony before a house panel. Today he said pandemic related bottlenecks and other supply constraints have led to the high demand and low supply. That's driven price. Increases inflation has increased notably and will likely remain elevated in coming months before moderate as we reported on the show yesterday. Us inflation rose at its fastest pace in thirteen years last month. The producer price index released today increased seven point three percent from a year earlier. The index measures the prices suppliers charge businesses and other customers. Facebook is seeking the refusal of federal trade commission. Chair lena con as the agency considers whether to file a new case against the company. Facebook argues that khan can't be impartial citing her history of criticizing the company and other big tech firms amazon filed a similar recusals petition. Last month and ftc spokeswoman declined to comment con has said in the past that she would consult with ftc ethics officials on questions of refusal a lot more bank earnings today bank of america more than doubled. Its profit in the latest quarter. Thanks in part to decision to release two point. Two billion dollars of reserves at had set aside to protect against bad loans but the banks revenue was down because of low rates and less demand for loans missing analysts expectations citigroup saw growth in consumer banking including spending on credit cards. It also released two point. Four billion dollars in loan loss reserves helping boost its profit for the quarter to more than six billion dollars. Revenue fell twelve percent but was above expectations. Wells fargo reported its highest revenue since the start of the pandemic making it. The only lender among the nation's four biggest to post an increase that was due to higher valuations on its venture capital and private equity investments and growth in its mortgage banking income and delta airlines posted. Its first quarterly profit. Since the pandemic began as more americans travel and thanks to government aid that helped cover salaries the airline reported profit of six hundred fifty two million dollars after five straight quarters of losses but corporate and international travel are still lagging behind pre pandemic levels. Coming up how the european union and china aimed to address. Climate change adapting to change is more important than ever. That's why over forty five percent of the five hundred rely on workday. The enterprise cloud that prepares you for what's next workday the finance hr and planning system for a changing world. The european union and china unveiled broad plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions joining the baden administration in laying out bold initiatives to address climate change. Both plans require changes that will increase costs for industries and consumers and the proposals in the eu remain. Just that and are far from a done deal joining me now with more is paris correspondent. Matthew dalton. Hi matthew thanks for being here. I am mary thank you. So let's talk more about the european union's plan tell us about the broad scope of it and which industries it would impact give us some key points here who would impact almost all industries everything from electricity generation to airplanes to industrial manufacturing to agriculture to shipping. The plan really intends to apply across the entire economy to limit emissions from every sector to leave no loopholes where emissions could kind of crop up while the you is regulating them in other sectors. The goal of this reform is to be extremely broad particular sectors. That are going to be hit are the ones that are most polluting. So there's electricity generation the goal is really to phase out coal. certainly there are still countries particularly in eastern europe that rely quite a bit on coal fired electricity Poland is the biggest one of them. So they're trying to target that they want to boost the share of renewable energy solar wind certain kinds of biomass in the use of electricity generation in the eu. So they want to make renewables. Forty percent of all energy used in the eu by twenty thirty. It's really everything given all of that information. How much of this right now is pledges for the future versus. How much is direct action. Well this is. This is all a proposal. It's proposed legislation the way the eu works as the european commission. The us executive arm proposals legislation and then it has to be approved by the national governments. There are twenty seven of them and the european parliament so this is still several years away and lots of negotiations from becoming law. The idea the broad strokes of this plan have support in the eu in the capitals in the parliament. But there's going to be a lot of disagreements about the details. Some of those disagreements center on one of the sectors that the us is proposing to regulate for the first time is the housing sector and the energy providers in those sectors are basically going to have to cover the pollution of the energy that they sell and that the worry is is that's going to result in potentially a significant jump in consumers energy bills and part of this broad plan is aimed at getting china and other countries to make their own pledges to reduce emissions and we actually had some news from china today as well which outlined plans to launch the world's largest emissions trading program matthew. What can you tell us about how that'll be implemented. So it's china's first nationwide effort to regulate carbon dioxide emissions it sets up an emissions trading plan similar to the plan that the eu has and thousands of industrial facilities and power facilities across the country are going to be trading allowances. A chinese officials said that the price of a ton of carbon would probably be around would be less than ten dollars maybe around seven dollars which is quite a bit less than where the price is right. Now in the eu. And so there's there's still going to be a big difference. One of the dynamics of what's called the paris agreement which is the global agreement to reduce emissions is that the developed world is being called upon to do more of the heavy lifting because their emissions per capita are much higher and that's still true of even a country of china which which is You know it's gdp per capita as Less than a quarter of most countries in the in europe and much less than that in in the us so china the sort of lower price for a ton of carbon reflects the fact that china's emissions are still going to be growing in the coming years where whereas they're falling in the us and the eu. Now one thing. I didn't mention in the european proposal as it has the world's first tax on imported goods based on the greenhouse gas emissions that were omitted to make those goods so this is a proposal that the us putting in place to stop industries for moving their production overseas outside of the eu and then exporting back to the eu to take advantage of the fact that no other countries regulating carbon dioxide emissions as tightly as.
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Jerome powell says the central bank is monitoring inflation closely and testimony before a house panel. Today he said pandemic related bottlenecks and other supply constraints have led to the high demand and low supply. That's driven price. Increases inflation has increased notably and will likely remain elevated in coming months before moderate as we reported on the show yesterday. Us inflation rose at its fastest pace in thirteen years last month. The producer price index released today increased seven point three percent from a year earlier. The index measures the prices suppliers charge businesses and other customers. Facebook is seeking the refusal of federal trade commission. Chair lena con as the agency considers whether to file a new case against the company. Facebook argues that khan can't be impartial citing her history of criticizing the company and other big tech firms amazon filed a similar recusals petition. Last month and ftc spokeswoman declined to comment con has said in the past that she would consult with ftc ethics officials on questions of refusal a lot more bank earnings today bank of america more than doubled. Its profit in the latest quarter. Thanks in part to decision to release two point. Two billion dollars of reserves at had set aside to protect against bad loans but the banks revenue was down because of low rates and less demand for loans missing analysts expectations citigroup saw growth in consumer banking including spending on credit cards. It also released two point. Four billion dollars in loan loss reserves helping boost its profit for the quarter to more than six billion dollars. Revenue fell twelve percent but was above expectations. Wells fargo reported its highest revenue since the start of the pandemic making it. The only lender among the nation's four biggest to post an increase that was due to higher valuations on its venture capital and private equity investments and growth in its mortgage banking income and delta airlines posted. Its first quarterly profit. Since the pandemic began as more americans travel and thanks to government aid that helped cover salaries the airline reported profit of six hundred fifty two million dollars after five straight quarters of losses but corporate and international travel are still lagging behind pre pandemic levels. Coming up how the european union and china aimed to address. Climate change adapting to change is more important than ever. That's why over forty five percent of the five hundred rely on workday. The enterprise cloud that prepares you for what's next workday the finance hr and planning system for a changing world. The european union and china unveiled broad plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions joining the baden administration in laying out bold initiatives to address climate change. Both plans require changes that will increase costs for industries and consumers and the proposals in the eu remain. Just that and are far from a done deal joining me now with more is paris correspondent. Matthew dalton. Hi matthew thanks for being here. I am mary thank you. So let's talk more about the european union's plan tell us about the broad scope of it and which industries it would impact give us some key points here who would impact almost all industries everything from electricity generation to airplanes to industrial manufacturing to agriculture to shipping. The plan really intends to apply across the entire economy to limit emissions from every sector to leave no loopholes where emissions could kind of crop up while the you is regulating them in other sectors. The goal of this reform is to be extremely broad particular sectors. That are going to be hit are the ones that are most polluting. So there's electricity generation the goal is really to phase out coal. certainly there are still countries particularly in eastern europe that rely quite a bit on coal fired electricity Poland is the biggest one of them. So they're trying to target that they want to boost the share of renewable energy solar wind certain kinds of biomass in the use of electricity generation in the eu. So they want to make renewables. Forty percent of all energy used in the eu by twenty thirty. It's really everything given all of that information. How much of this right now is pledges for the future versus. How much is direct action. Well this is. This is all a proposal. It's proposed legislation the way the eu works as the european commission. The us executive arm proposals legislation and then it has to be approved by the national governments. There are twenty seven of them and the european parliament so this is still several years away and lots of negotiations from becoming law. The idea the broad strokes of this plan have support in the eu in the capitals in the parliament. But there's going to be a lot of disagreements about the details. Some of those disagreements center on one of the sectors that the us is proposing to regulate for the first time is the housing sector and the energy providers in those sectors are basically going to have to cover the pollution of the energy that they sell and that the worry is is that's going to result in potentially a significant jump in consumers energy bills and part of this broad plan is aimed at getting china and other countries to make their own pledges to reduce emissions and we actually had some news from china today as well which outlined plans to launch the world's largest emissions trading program matthew. What can you tell us about how that'll be implemented. So it's china's first nationwide effort to regulate carbon dioxide emissions it sets up an emissions trading plan similar to the plan that the eu has and thousands of industrial facilities and power facilities across the country are going to be trading allowances. A chinese officials said that the price of a ton of carbon would probably be around would be less than ten dollars maybe around seven dollars which is quite a bit less than where the price is right. Now in the eu. And so there's there's still going to be a big difference. One of the dynamics of what's called the paris agreement which is the global agreement to reduce emissions is that the developed world is being called upon to do more of the heavy lifting because their emissions per capita are much higher and that's still true of even a country of china which which is You know it's gdp per capita as Less than a quarter of most countries in the in europe and much less than that in in the us so china the sort of lower price for a ton of carbon reflects the fact that china's emissions are still going to be growing in the coming years where whereas they're falling in the us and the eu. Now one thing. I didn't mention in the european proposal as it has the world's first tax on imported goods based on the greenhouse gas emissions that were omitted to make those goods so this is a proposal that the.
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"What does that. Where do you land on the. Pd's in the hall of fame. I think maybe let's start back question so and well. I tested positive for look. There's speculation around a lotta guys. I mean sammy. Sosa never tested positive for steroids. Everybody just assumed that he was on steroids. You got what was his name for baltimore. Brady anderson came in one year. He just off sending hit fifty home runs. And you know he's not hall of famer though so we're talking about rafia texas is associated with pd's you've got jose canseco played for texas got palmeiro. Who so famously. Set in court. And said i did not take steroids and then he was Tested positive for it was kicked out. You know rest remainder that season and never recovered from that. So if you're gonna if you're going to start considering it. I mean a lot of people did it back then. It was around the whole league. The mitchell report see the mitchell report through a lot of guys under the bus even though they never tested positive for that had all those names that came into it. So then everyone just assume and you had to have some contrition and come into it and so you know people like era came back in the mid. It has signed a two hundred fifty. Two million dollar contract was the biggest one in history and i felt the pressure. And so you know someone said ought to try it You know that you can take that for what it's worth i mean at least he should Andy pettitte Shot at some and then but he came back and people forgave him. I don't know if he'll be in the hall of fame over that situation Pudge there was some rumors punch never got looped in even when he was here he wasn't ever looped in with that group i think. Pd's if you're gonna let one yell at them all in and so it really depends on where you do it and then if you're gonna do that then you gotta really seriously considered pete rose. I mean the guys paid his dues there and and you know he. Did he ever bet against his team. There's no proof he did. He did admit he betted on a bet on his team. And that's when he would you know. So gosh it's such a touchy subject. The purest me says forget y'all you you know you. You were horrible for the game but the other parts like if you were the best of everyone that was doing and i mean you know. There's a main thing. was you recovered. Quit that's what the main thing about steroid. You could recover quicker. Yeah.
USC agrees to $852 million payout in sex abuse lawsuit
"A massive settlements been reached between the university of southern California and hundreds of women who say they were sexually abused by the school's campus gynecologist and eight hundred and fifty two million dollars settlement attorney John manly represents most of the victims in a class action suit the settlements in the pair took less it's one point one billion dollars he's calling on university officials to release an investigator's report into years of alleged sexual misconduct by Dr George Tyndall Audrey Nafziger now a prosecutor says when she saw doctor Tyndall she hadn't been to a gynecologist before he took his camera to take pictures of me and asked me to participate in those photos well what did I know and alleges he told her she needed treatment for a sexually transmitted disease she didn't have those lies in that she followed me for the rest of my life seventy four year old George Tyndall faces thirty five criminal counts and has pleaded not guilty I'm Jackie Quinn
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on Inside Transportation
"Ec squared energy hindenburg discovered that eastward energy doesn't have a vehicle fleet and they're based out of a small residential apartment in texas another order for thousand trucks. Which would be about worth. Fifty two million dollars in revenue comes from two person. Startup that operates out of a regis virtual office with a mailing address at the ups store and they actually said that they're preorder was a mere marketing relationship. Lords sean is backed by general motors. They have a seat on the board Lordstown of quired all gm production facility in in ohio and twenty nineteen and they actually caught the attention of the trump administration at the time The vice president at the time. Mike pence attended the unveiling of the endurance. Pickup truck. the prototype and you know. I got it. There's a lot of you know demand. There's there's no demand for these vehicles right but you know if you're trying to raise money if you're trying to get these actually into production. I mean i get why they would do something like that. Is it right absolutely. Not what are your thoughts jason. So this is fraud at a very high level. In if the the way you're presenting it to me this would appear to be A fraud and i'll explain to you how. This fraud works Whenever you sat incentives any reasonable businessperson has heard the term incentives matter. If you incent people and what would be really interesting is to get what this crazy. Marketing company climbed to glory. I would like to know their history. You have a fiduciary responsibility if you are lordstown to know what marketing partners are doing. That doesn't mean they make a mistake. But if the incentive is That they get paid when somebody puts in a non binding no cash Order any reasonable person would know that that would be subject to Fake orders coming in non reorders coming in. If you're putting in five hundred dollars or a thousand dollars people have criticized Ford or tesla for counting those as demand. Right right yeah. People have been critical about now..
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on The Most Hated F-Word
"I'd like to get your perspective. Is that. We can't always go with her. Gut reaction of all evanger. Kane is spoiled. He's out of touch. He's entitled irresponsible greedy flashy or just plain dumb because he can't manage the fifty two million dollars that he's been given over the past crear. But i think i'm not. I think what i'm really interested in knowing is what is what else is at play here because it can't we can't he can't be all those things so from. I guess from evanger canes or the other athletes perspective. What's happening here to lead these players. Who are making tens of billions of dollars in many cases to eventually go bankrupt so from a psychology perspective. What's happening. I wouldn't almost fellow working so let me just say that The disrespectful journey his pain. But i have worked with a number of athletes and helps Try to set up some things that will put guard summers so If when we talk at that level like here's the story with this particular case. Yes he signed contracts. That are still ongoing. I think he's in the middle of one right now. That would pay him. Forty nine million dollars over seven years or something like that. But he's thirty million dollars in debt and so the the question that i want to ask is. How does that happen. Not in in terms of like. How do you spend that much money. But who will loan you that much money that you could get thirty million dollars in debt. It doesn't just happen at the At the athlete level. I know of a corporate lawyer who was forty million dollars into an people institutions like it casinos will just say. Oh he's good for it. So there's a million and a half dollar debt to casinos there's Banks who just give the lines of credit that are just unimaginable on the basis of future earnings. And there doesn't seem to be so much as a credit check done on some of these folks to see is are they really solid..
"fifty two million dollars" Discussed on The Trash Tapes
"Oh so yeah so yeah. It shows how bad the marketing was for this. It shows how they will fully into it. They thought like this is revolutionary. It's like you know with sci-fi is the internet what it's cyberpunk. We've got william gibson. We'll kiana reeves who got ice tea. We're all these people sometimes. Just getting all the good ingredients doesn't mean you can make a good cake. Yeah totally. I wonder what a sign up on cake taste like by the way. Yeah to just metallic metallic cold unworthy of it's unworthy design also just taste a little bit like megabytes. Maybe a hologram. It doesn't really exist. The critical response for this movie was negative overall with about twelve percent on rotten tomatoes at the moment of free free critics. The websites consensus reads as narrative misguided as it is woefully miscast during the mic brings a ninety cyberpunk thriller into into a name you woes and lows the yup. The film. the film was financially. Disappointment was a financials appointment in the usa. Grossing nine thousand nine hundred million dollars out of his twenty six million dollars budget so it barely made his money back afterwards because once you do the rest of the world countered it and overall it was more successful outdoors outside of the united states. Where end up grossing over fifty two million dollars but it was in america. It was considered like an absolute flop. Like nope. no thank you. It just barely grazed it and it was just the west so most popular in japan then and because of that different version. Yeah well it was yet. Oddly enough it was more successful in asia so in asia was this movie was more successful. Doesn't mean it was a mind blowing success because the whole point of view to make profit in the film industry is you need to have your your regular budget doubled means gain prophet because you gain your budget so you're paying them off and the other bud and the rest of the budget. That point is to pay off things like marketing etc etc. So that's the only way you can do. It did well in japan and in asia but nowhere else really not enough in general worldwide. Not enough as you've already mentioned. Kiana performance earned him a golden raspberry award for west actor. Yeah when i looked to the award of the was actually nominated for a lot of good awards. Lie in terms of production design and things like that because obviously the visual side of it was quite impressive. So they're all kind of lot. Nominations for you know appreciation of that but the also a lot of bad bad stuff. There's a lot of bad stuff in this thing is all the bad stuff is all the human people really. Everyone else like in the look the costume like satisfying the world. Yeah all works. Great blue rope here and there but it was consistently good and i think that's the reason why because according to this and i also would agree. It's like into the twentieth century. The film then continued to be referencing. Things like pop culture loja things have been going into it and it has got a cult following because of that is a weird mishmash of like great stuff. Terrible stuff put together. And that's kind of the recipe for cult. Movie isn't it. Yeah i mean imagine his character in cyberpunk twenty seventy seven was like because he's called johnny in that isn't he johnny silver behind. Isn't it. then he's kind of like he's he's referencing. Mnemonic isn't a it's to be is polly matching. Your monarch is referencing. The cyberpunk twenty twenty Tabletop game as low to references. Old kind of joint. Perfect irony that jonah reeves played johnny mnemonic but also then played johnny silver hand the all cyberpunk punk universe and just all up just basically came to the point of reeves is now just cyberpunk in general every time we see kiana raves. You just think cyberpunk now because remember the the matrix council cyberpunk movie. Yeah yeah so maybe. That's just just as niche. Now he's gonna do cyberpunk stuff and just go there. You go and you know. Maybe in twenty years time he's.
Coronavirus: Flour industry updates
"The the first thing you should know about our guest today is that. He's got flower like in his house and he just bought it in a store. Really all kidding aside. He is living proof that despite what I might see at my local grocery stores Canada's food supply chain is working even for flower but if it is and why can't I find flour. And why can't my friend who lives up in the country? Get fresh bread in order to answer that you have to start with the basics of how Canada's food supply chains operate. I say chains because when you start to have it explained first thing you learn is that there are two of them and those two supply. Chains are very different so from a beginner's guide to those chains to the impact of cove in nineteen breaks and meat packing plants on them to why you should really think about eating fries while you're on lockdown and how much more you might pay for groceries this fall. We're going to walk you through with the past couple of months have done to the journey. Your food takes between farm and table. And we'll do that as soon as Claire tells you what you need to know today. The federal government is pledging two hundred and fifty two million dollars to ease pressures on the country's agriculture industry. Last month the Canadian Federation of Agriculture asked for two point six billion dollars but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the amount being given now is a point. We will continue to work with farmers with a stakeholders and industry representatives with provinces and territories to ensure that food food capacity in this country. And those people who worked so incredibly hard every single day to feed Canadians get the support that they need through this crisis and beyond Alberta plans to double its capacity to test for the current a virus four point five million dollars will be spent on new equipment and technology right now. The province is doing about seven thousand tests day and they want that number at sixteen thousand Quebec. The hardest hit province in candidate is lifting some of the restrictions on private seniors homes for nearly two months. Now residents have not been allowed to have visitors and they've not been allowed to go out and accompanied the premier says now some residents will be allowed to go out on their own and they can have visitors but they have to be outside as of Tuesday evening. Sixty two thousand forty six cases of covert nineteen in Canada with four thousand one hundred and sixty six deaths Jim Jordan Heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Michael von Maso is an associate professor of food agriculture and resource economics at the University of wealth where he also hosts their food focus. Podcast
Volvo Group and Daimler Truck team up to focus on fuel-cells
"Following the truck division of Daimler truck Daimler Chrysler say they've agreed to set up a joint venture to develop and produce fuel cell systems for heavy vehicles the two firms say they'll be equal partners in the new enterprise Daimler truck will put all its current fuel cell activities into the joint venture and the Volvo group will buy a fifty percent stake in the venture for around six hundred and fifty two million dollars the company's hope the joining forces on fuel cells were lower development costs and bring for the introduction of fuel cells for heavy
The Trolley Problem: New Seattle Streetcars May Not Fit on Tracks
"John Your your streetcar dreams yet another example of them swirling down the drain in. Seattle, yeah The fifty two million dollars streetcar not not even light rail streetcars. Streetcar The Seattle's, anti-trump mayor Jenny durken maybe, on track for a political backlash her cities fifty two million dollar money splash on public transit appears doomed. Because the new tax payer funded streetcars Don't fit the existing tracks Awesome they don't fit. Wherever, he don't fit unbelievable yeah I have too much useless knowledge about modern streetcars. And their and, their history but you know maybe one day like, on a post show podcast we can break it all down because the whole. Streetcar debacle across America's nothing just one big giant Obama era scam. Scam is a huge scam so the Seattle department of transportation of reportedly ordered ten new streetcars last year to help expand Seattle's streetcar system by leaking, the two existing streetcar lines jigsaw streetcars But, the new streetcars are reportedly heavier, and longer than the ones currently in use Razi gets earns about whether they'll. Be used at all city council member Lisa herb old road on. The city's blog it appears that the air will require either a-changing order for design of the streetcars incurred new costs for construction of new or retrofitted, maintenance Barnes Yeah these, streetcars You don't see a lot of them anymore, because because Well In a, nutshell it really. Does it's a kind of a carbon copy of what we see with the south west light. Rail you have the government, says, hey will grant you this amount of money to help you build. This like in our, case these, these the south west light rail. Lines. Okay you had a very similar thing happening about, five, six seven years ago under the Obama administration with these with these modern? Day modern. Streetcars I, mean this is essentially when you go look at the at at at at old footage or photos of metropolitan. Areas these are those being the trolleys that you used to see going down the road before cars were more prevalent all the technology and what the Obama administration was. Doing they were offering up these millions and millions of dollars in these tiger grants to help bolster these democrat run cities to hand this money to these city councils and local government that they could go and then use To build these streetcars that they could. Tout as economic boons, and they, would go and build up the. Streetcar. Lines just like the south west light rail by, offering, all these tax incentives to businesses along the lines that nobody else was, going to. Get of, course not the streetcar thing was even worse though because the technology was so bad like we weren't even making. These in America anymore they had to go look to Belgium and so they ended up funding like one company this Oregon rail streetcar company out of out of Portland. Oregon there were the one company left building the only way they fired up the.
Hood Canal Bridge, Tabitha Sexton and Seattle discussed on Ron and Don
"Car have been fired after a lengthy. Investigation into last fall shooting interim chief Carmen best said officers can Martin and. Tabitha Sexton threaten public safety and they shot at the stolen car. Twenty seven times a man accused of trying to put mayor in a chokehold has turned himself. Into King County authorities detective say, the man confronted mayor Jimmy Madda over the city sanctuary city status a family was shot at by. Driver in the car behind them it happened as they waited for, the hood canal bridge to reopen this morning to Chelsea. Hudson the daughters were in the backseat both of them were asleep and the, dad was actually leaned across the seat towards the passenger, side he was. Looking at a map and when the shots were. Fired they missed both girls and they also miss the dad one, of the bullets, of which, went through. The headrest out the front windshield. A person in a car behind the. Gunman was Also shot at and grazed by a bullet investigators, say the. Gunman then killed killed himself the Seattle mayor's office, saying ten new streetcars ordered for fifty two million dollars they may be too big for the track and. The maintenance yard the cost of the whole expansion project has already risen from about one hundred fifty dollars hundred fifty million dollars to about two hundred million Washington state ferries is installing a cell phone repeater to prevent those dropped calls. On one of its new Olympic class boats ferries is not in the cellphone. Business and we hope that the providers you know decide that maybe. They want to reach out over the water Mary spokesman Ian Stirling spoke with KIRO seven are. You going out for sushi you, better bring a little more cash Bloomberg reports only New York City has higher sushi prices than Seattle..
Inquest opens into British woman poisoned by nerve agent
"WBZ NewsRadio ten. Thirty thanks Tracy WBZ news time twelve oh nine today in Washington the president says he wants Merican businesses to step in and help. Workers expand their skill set President, Trump pushing his pledge to the American worker which calls on businesses to come. Up with opportunities to increase worker skills the initiative spearheaded by the president's. Daughter Ivanka Trump they won't be committed to expanding apprenticeship increasing on the Job training and provide, Americans from high school to near retirement with concrete opportunities to obtain skill. Ivanka Trump says among the companies on board are IBM. FedEx and Lockheed Martin the president also expected to sign an executive order today establishing a council aimed at increasing job skill training opportunities Mark Remillard ABC news. Time on Capitol Hill today Senate. Majority leader Mitch McConnell has now asked to committees to hold hearings. When it comes to Russian sanctions says he's hearings are part of the effort to respond to any meddling from Russia or anyone else in the upcoming midterms American intelligence agencies continue this. Week to warn. Of retaliation after confirmed meddling by the. Russians in two thousand sixteen. Yesterday. The, president continued to change, his tune on this subject saying no when asked if Russia's still had. The US as target however later yesterday the White House said the president, does believe Russia could try it again now speaking of which this new. CBS news poll out today and it shows when. It comes to concern about Russian meddling in the elections How Americans feel tends to depend on where they stand politically looking ahead most Americans. Are somewhat concerned that Russia will try to interfere with the upcoming congressional elections. Well two thirds of Democrats are very concerned most Republicans. Say they are not very concerned CBS's manager of surveys, Fred Backus, meantime over in the UK British police. Believe they know, who carried out those nerve agent attacks on former Russian double agent Sergei scribble and his daughter Yulia the Press Association is quoting a source saying that British investigators identified the suspects by looking through CCTV video and, they also crosschecks dot with records of people who entered the UK at the time the source said the investigators are, sure that the suspects are Russian Russia has denied any involvement, in. Time a coroner there is looking into the poisoning death. Of, a woman who was exposed back on June thirtieth to that same nerve agent in. Question Novacek WBZ news time at twelve twelve as we mentioned, as we mentioned earlier Marcus smart reopen with the Celtics Yahoo sports reporting it's Four year fifty two million dollar deal meantime the. Major league baseball all-star break is over now teams getting back. To work tonight but not the socks start up. Again tomorrow and they've got a tough second-half ahead WBZ's Adam Kaufman has more on that as hticket dot com sports. Studio Red Sox have.