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Fresh update on "fiscal year" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

02:04 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fiscal year" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

"Nadal school board holding an emergency meeting, firing their head coach, the Islanders winning the CF championship over Orange Glenn this past weekend. But what followed was fans throwing tortillas raining down on orange, Glenn fans and players, predominantly Hispanic high school 16 year old Axle, Rivera told reporting partner of 10 News Pretty right. Assists obviously planned this orange Glenn student athlete told the board. I will always remember being thrown tortillas at my last game. Meanwhile, around the same time at the corner model school board meeting this mom told trustees they jump the gun. You caused a myriad of issues for our voice, including death threats. You didn't give the boys who, by the way, just want your school district, a prestigious title. The benefit of the doubt. Escondido is board didn't take any action but later plan to vote not on prestige, but they say a resolution denouncing racism and discrimination. Phil for our KOGO news. We have the latest on our morning news page at coco dot com. A class action suit filed on behalf of current and former scripts patients script is an enormous organization. As you know the fact they didn't put more effort and more capital into trying to protect information like this is egregious. Attorney Scott Edward tells Kogo news Right now, the case involves at least 147,000 patients were not sure whether or not the data breach affected everybody in the script system. What we do know is about 147,000 people, at least according to scripts were potentially impacted by this, but it's going to take months, if not years, to determine exactly how widespread this violation was. He says Patients are worried about their health records, some dating back decades, and he says patients should be compensated and scripts need to take a number of measures to bolster its cybersecurity. Marilyn Haider KOGO news. Number of people trying to enter the country illegally by boat is on a record pace in San Diego. So Border Patrol agents are responding with a new unit at sea agents in the San Diego sector of acquired to law enforcement votes from Florida for a new permanent unit that will allow them to patrol without having to rely on the Coast Guard last fiscal year was a record year in terms of maritime events and apprehension this fiscal year. You know again, we've got all the way through the end of September, and we're already this month on pace to pass. The entire years number of apprehension. So we've seen a large uptick in maritime smuggling incident and, unfortunately, a very dangerous environment to be operating in Border Patrol agent Jacob McKissick, saying five people have died in recent months off the coast of San Diego as they're smuggling boats sink crashed your capsized Jack Ryan kangaroos As San Diego fully reopens, more people are noticing There are fewer parking spaces. Restaurant managers like Andrea Doused, Tell NBC San Diego finding parking downtown has been more of a challenge.

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Fresh update on "fiscal year" discussed on Memphis Morning News

Memphis Morning News

00:57 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fiscal year" discussed on Memphis Morning News

"He's ready to fight crime. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. President Biden is going to take action amid a rise in crime across America. Republicans have made a big issue of Fox's Rachel Sutherland live at the White House. Dave, the president said to sign crime fighting executive orders and renew calls for Congress had passed gun legislation to ensure there is appropriate funding and resources needed to ensure there's community placing. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says. President Biden, will you The bully pulpit to push for gun safety. At the same time, the Justice Department is announcing new strike forces aimed at tackling gun trafficking in five cities Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington, D C. The president will meet with Attorney General Merrick Garland and local leaders ahead of his remarks. Dave Rachel Further on doing another Trump policy. The Biden administration will allow 10,000 migrants forced to remain in Mexico to re apply for asylum here amid an ongoing surge at the border, the Rio Grande Valley Patrol chief saying quote with three months remaining in the fiscal year, R G V has already matched the total number of large groups apprehended in the previous two fiscal years. Combined foxes Marianne Rafferty, a stalemate at the Senate Republicans have blocked the Democrats. Election reform Plan Majority Leader Chuck Schumer this vote I'm ashamed to say is further evidence that voters suppression has become part of the official platform of the Republican Party, but minority leader Mitch McConnell fires back biggest lie. Being told in American.

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Fresh update on "fiscal year" discussed on Todd and Don

Todd and Don

00:40 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fiscal year" discussed on Todd and Don

"Another trump policy. The Biden administration will allow 10,000 migrants forced to remain in Mexico to re apply for asylum here amid ongoing surge at the border, the Rio Grande Valley Patrol chief saying quote with three months remaining in the fiscal year are GV has already matched the total number of large groups apprehended in the previous two fiscal years. Combined foxes Marianne Rafferty is stalemate at the Senate Republicans have blocked the Democrats Election reform Plan Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. This vote I'm ashamed to say is further. Evidence that voters suppression has become part of the official platform of the Republican Party, but minority leader Mitch McConnell fires back biggest life. Being told in American politics in recent weeks has been at the states are involved in a systematic effort to suppress the vote. The CDC holds.

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Fresh update on "fiscal year" discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:12 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fiscal year" discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Wiretaps the earliest. When i've found so far referenced is nineteen ten okay And it was in a bucket shop case. A bucket shop was a Kind of fraudulent Stock or betting operation that you basically they were getting the feeds of of the The stock prices or the racing results and they would delay on your reporting them to to the people who are in the betting parlors and so forth and things like that so apparently We did use them in that. So there's a little bit of it there. There's a little bit through the teens. But you know. It's under prohibition that wiretaps really start to kinda come of age for federal law enforcement and that wasn't mostly the bureau of investigation. Which is what we were call. That was the bureau prohibition which was part of treasury right and so yeah. Olmstead was a A former seattle police officer who turned to bootlegging and was running Apparently a fairly successful operation until he was arrested and charged based in part on evidence obtained by a wiretap if court. I took a look at the supreme court's opinion again this morning. I read it ten times but court calls it quote a conspiracy of amazing magnitude to import possess and sell liquor unlawfully. I think it involved millions of dollars like two million so you know big bucks back in those days and they were running it in and out of british columbia and seattle. And as you say. There was a lot of that going on. You know from canada to to the pacific northwest. Absolutely i see. Yeah actually. I think it's depicted in that In the untouchables movie a little bit of northern border stuff going on yup and so the court just for the legal nerds in the audience. The court says hey. This is a wiretap. In which the Prohibition agents are on with their alligator clips on the wires outside the defendant's home but listening to him talking on the telephone from within and because they don't actually make physical entry into the home. They're not trespassing on his private property. The court says basically no fourth amendment event has occurred because if it isn't the trespass it isn't a search or seizure so this opens up you know quite a range constitutionally speaking and you i think in the bureau put that to good use in olmsted itself and maybe some other cases. Well actually i again. It was the it was the prohibition agents tapping olmstead although obviously it was us attorneys prosecuting them based on the evidence. But the bureau policy actually. At least in. we're talking now. The late twenties when olmstead is is decided hoover took over in in one thousand nine hundred eighty four and You know the policy. At least in the bureau manual was that any employee engaging in wiretapping. We'll be dismissed from the service of the bureau no way i didn't know that the while it may not be illegal i think it is unethical and it is not permitted under the regulations by the attorney general so doj said no. He's a veritable henry. Stimson i mean gentlemen do not read each other's mail well and it's complicated is that one is but yeah right exactly right. No no of course like black chamber going on and everything absolutely on the on. The japanese diplo traffic. So so the bureau wasn't wiretapping. At that point. I gotta confess john learn something every day. I thought i knew a lot. But i Yet or if it was they weren't reporting to headquarters. Oh that's eight. That scenario sounds possibly more plausible. But all right okay but but officially. It's not a thing. It was not a bureau technique at that time had been earlier. Yeah and then i. Oh gosh was frank murphy. The at the time. I think it might have been. I think frank murphy said no wiretapping. Right so various age. You know various times like homecoming was reasonably successful. I think but others had more trouble raining in the fbi. Can you imagine that the fbi being independent to some degree of the attorney general. I seems unthinkable really. John doesn't it well We we can get into that. You know it gets it. Depends on the and it depends on the time because you know in a sense. The the independence that you think of hoover in the f. b. i. n. in later years is not the bureau necessarily in the earlier event to the same way. you know there's some nuance there. I'll put it that way. And that's fair. I'm mostly just trying to Buster shops a little bit for the sheer joy of it. And i get in you know i. I kind of have my disputes year with some of eighth harris's work. Although you know it's well worth reading certainly didn't yeoman's work when it was tough in the world a lot of records art so you got a constitutional open field after olmsted in twenty eight. But you've got your own internal policy and then in thirty four. You have congress stepping in with legislation the communications act. Well actually if we we want cause slight but yet because what happens is in one thousand nine hundred twenty nine. Congress legislatively transfers. The bureau prohibition to department of justice and so when it's in there in fiscal year nineteen thirty all of the sudden. I'd have to check the days. But i think we're under a new attorney general and all of a sudden. He's confronted with the problem that i've got to investigate a bureau's that have different policies and we can't have that therefore i will allow wiretapping since the supreme court has said it's okay yep and so the bureau had to change its policy..

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Biden’s Budget Sees Low Inflation, Rising Debt and Slow Economic Growth

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden’s Budget Sees Low Inflation, Rising Debt and Slow Economic Growth

"Lots happening this week and lots happening in the next couple of weeks and months. Ed so let us discussing the. Richardson is at adp. Linette lopez is at business insider. Everybody everybody is really just the three of us Okay so look. Neil let me start with you and i know preface the question by observing that. The white house today as expected dropped. The president's budget request For the coming fiscal year six trillion dollars. A lot of money will get into that. I wanna talk though about His projections the white house. Economists projections really for economic growth. In the out years two percent which is not as robust as say the prior administration had been thinking the economy would grow. Why do you think they're being conservative like that. Because it's the truth. Actually it's revocation. And all i know i know truth but it is the gravitational pull of the economy. Look let's set aside the post pandemic recovery. 'cause that's a story in itself. Ten years of expansion before the pandemic was at an average pace of two point three percent the power of that longest expansion in us history had been. It's slow growth. Low inflation characteristics once we get through this recovery. That's exactly right back to where we're going. Slow growth in the out years around two percent and even further out maybe one and a half percent that is the trajectory unless we make some interesting investments that will pay off long term.

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Biden's $6T budget: Social spending, taxes on business

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden's $6T budget: Social spending, taxes on business

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Biden lays out a six trillion dollar budget with new safety net programs for the poor and middle class and tax hikes for corporations and the wealthy president Joe Biden laid out a six trillion dollar budget for the twenty twenty two fiscal year Friday that adds new safety net programs for the poor and middle class and increases taxes on businesses and high earning people the budget incorporates the administration's eight year two point three trillion dollar infrastructure proposal and it's one point eight trillion dollar American families plan the budget also adds details on Biden's one point five trillion dollar request for annual operating expenditures for the Pentagon and domestic agencies despite the proposed tax hikes the budget would require the government to borrow roughly fifty cents of every dollar it spends this year and next Mike Rossi Washington

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"fiscal year" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on KTOK

"Planned for next fiscal year. Republicans oppose that kind of spending and proposed tax likes to pay for blaming the president for rising inflation. In a short five months. He's put us in a place we haven't seen since Jimmy Carter. If he simply did nothing. He would make America stronger. House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy. The Senate delayed a vote after midnight on the House passed bill to create a commission to investigate January's Capitol attack. Sandra Garza, the girlfriend of the officer killed went to the capital to push for it really needs to get to the bottom of what happened that day so that this never happens again. Most Republicans said. The problem with political that Congress is already investigating three Tacoma, Washington police officers are due in court today, too, are charged with murder, the other with manslaughter in the death of a black man last year. Who died after being restrained and claimed he couldn't breathe. The officers had said at the onset that Manny Ellis aggressively resisted arrest. There was a claim that he picked one of the officers up by his bulletproof vests and slammed him to the ground on it seems like they're sorry General's office does not believe that brandy Cruise with Q 13, Fox TV Drug bust in North Carolina season Quite the lethal carload boxes seven. Brown has more live. Yeah, they have. Deputies in Joram, North Carolina, arrested a 24 year old woman after searching her vehicle and finding two kg of elicit fentanyl one kg enough to kill half a million people, according to the D E a police say Karen Garcia, you said a was the subject of an ongoing investigation. And when they found the drugs in her car, they say, you said ahead. Her four year.

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Biden to Push $6 Trillion U.S. Budget

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden to Push $6 Trillion U.S. Budget

"Trillion budget that would highlight his plans to modernize the nation's infrastructure and expand the government's role in providing health care. Education and other social services. The Wall Street Journal says his first budget would put the nation on a path to spend $8.2 trillion annually by the end of 2031. The fiscal year begins October 1st. Under Mr Biden's plan, debt would exceed the record level scene at the end of World War two within a few years. We want to lead the world in exports of these new technologies Instead of seeding the global market job creation did the Chinese Budget request is expected to detail the proposals. Mr Biden has already laid out in his infrastructure and family aid plans over the past few months. Those plans, which anticipate sharply higher taxes on corporations and the wealthy Well, eventually generate enough revenue to offset higher spending, according to buy the administration officials but will add to deficits in the meantime. It's 20 minutes after the hour

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FuboTV Shares Rise on Better-Than-Expected Q1 Results, Subscriber Growth

MarketFoolery

02:00 min | Last month

FuboTV Shares Rise on Better-Than-Expected Q1 Results, Subscriber Growth

"Percent this morning. After these streaming sports company raised guidance for the full fiscal year this was after revenue more than doubled in the first quarter. A how how. How real is this rise in the stock because this is i'm not hating on fubo. Tv but my first thought. When i saw this was. I wonder how much of this is a short squeeze so interesting survey. They grew their subscriber base at five hundred ninety thousand paid subscribers their total revenue like you said grew hundred and thirty five percent year over year. Two hundred nineteen point seven million their advertising revenue actually two hundred six percent to twelve point six million their subscription revenue increase two hundred and thirty one percent. So it's reaching a lot of subscribers but it still their overall base is still not Not massive in the way that you might expect some other streaming platforms if you think of streaming a lot of people think of youtube tv or who are net flex so this is still a very small player in the space like you said. It really focuses on sports so it is there. It has a lot of sports offerings. It also has forty three of the top fifty networks one hundred twelve channels so theoretically. It's for everyone but definitely for that. sports fanatic. And you're not to be interested in it. So the they mentioned launching a betting platform as well So like like. I said they have a pretty small base Their market caps only two point four billion in a really massive a massive area with a lot of tailwinds as people are getting more and more into court. Cutting you still see about seventy eight million people in the us with legacy cables that there are still people who need to come come over to the other side and court cut so it was a really really stellar quarter really stellar start fubo As as people see that pent up demand going back into live sports but because that basis so small. It's really impressive. But it's still not these staggering numbers. You come to associate On netflix hulu. It really is going to be

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Clubhouse beta finally arrives on Android

Daily Tech News Show

02:03 min | Last month

Clubhouse beta finally arrives on Android

"The national association of attorneys general sent a letter to facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg asking him to abandon plans to launch a version of instagram for kids under thirteen. The letter was signed by attorneys general from forty four. Us states and territories saying facebook has historically failed to protect the welfare of children on its platforms. A facebook spokesperson says that the company has just started exploring the product and is committed to not show ads in it. In an analyst briefing sony projected that the playstation five will remain in short supply throughout twenty twenty two so he says it has sold seven point eight million. Ps five units as of march thirty first and estimates fourteen point eight million units will have been sold by the end of this current fiscal year monthly active playstation network users and game sales in the first three months of twenty twenty one declined on the year a new note by apple analyst. Ming chico claims that the earliest apple plans to use its own internally developed. Five g modems would be in. Its twenty twenty three iphone models apple senior vice president of hardware technologies. Johnny strategy told an internal apple town hall in december of twenty twenty that the company had begun developing five g modem following apple's acquisition of most of intel's smartphone spark phone modem business back in two thousand nineteen just in time for its declining userbase clubhouse released a beta of its android app in the us rolling out globally in the coming weeks android users outside. The us can preregister for the beta in the google. Play store clubhouse said the platform will remain invite only for now to keep growth manageable airy interesting time in their clubhouse the insurance company acts are say said at the request of the french government it will end cyber insurance policies in france that reimburse victims for ransomware payments of the policies will still cover the cost of recovery. Speaking at a recent paris roundtable french cybercrime prosecutor johanna browse said that in two thousand twenty only. The usa experienced more ransom attacks than

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Biden Raises Trump Refugee Cap After Delay Backlash

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Biden Raises Trump Refugee Cap After Delay Backlash

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Biden lifts the refugee cap after a backlash over delaying the move president Joe Biden will formally lift the nation's refugee cap to sixty two thousand five hundred this year the decision comes after Biden came under intense criticism for delaying a decision to lift the fifteen thousand refugee limit instituted by president Donald Trump in a statement Biden said the new live it erases the historically low number set by the previous administration however Biden called it a sad truth that the cap of sixty two thousand five hundred refugees will not be met by the end of the fiscal year in September Byton plans on setting the refugee cap at one hundred twenty five thousand for the twenty twenty two fiscal year Mike Rossi at Washington

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Sony Has Sold 7.8 Million PS5 Consoles

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:04 min | Last month

Sony Has Sold 7.8 Million PS5 Consoles

"The. Ps five has shipped seven point eight million units in five months. This is james bachelor at games. Industry biz the launch of the ps five and a solid lineup four. Ps for help drive a strong year for sony corporation. The company released its financial results for the full year ending march thirty first. Twenty twenty which shows revenue growth in all of its divisions. Let as usual by the game and network services segment which operates playstation buried within the report sony revealed. Ps five has shipped seven point eight million units into retail since launching in november. This includes four point. Five million during its launch quarter and three point. Three million in the three months ended march thirty first while sony only reports on shipments into retail the ongoing sell up sell out of stock wherever it appears likely makes it safe to say that the full seven point eight million has been sold to consumers earlier this month and pd confirmed. It's the best selling console and us history. When looking at lifetime dollar and unit sales for the first five months of release sony sold three hundred and thirty eight point. Nine million games in the past year across the two consuls. Up from two hundred and seventy six point one million the previous year of these fifty eight point four million where i party up from forty nine point two million in fiscal year two thousand nineteen for the next financial year so forecasting revenues of twenty six point six billion dollars for its game games division. Which would be nine percent more than what it achieved this year. Can you believe that tim. They're forecasting a nine percent increase compared to the previous fiscal year which is wild but pretty much all this subject keely had a good tweet that pretty much. Put it in bullet point form for you. Are i tweeted out this morning. Incredible playstation facts and company earnings. Seven point eight point. Eight five sold forty seven point six million playstation plus subscribers. Three hundred and thirty eight million games sold for the ps four slash. Ps five in the past year and twenty four point four billion in gaming revenue in the past year.

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Interview With Erwin Gianchandani, Deputy Assistant Director, National Science Foundation

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

02:19 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Erwin Gianchandani, Deputy Assistant Director, National Science Foundation

"And we're fortunate to have with us today. Irwin gancheng donny. Deputy assistant director computer and information science and engineering at the national science foundation. So high irwin and thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks so much for having me a pleasure to be here. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background your current role at national science foundation. I know you've recently taken on an additional one as well and maybe just explain what. The national science foundation is for some of our listeners. That may not be familiar with it. Sure happy to do that again. For having me kathleen in ron. It's a pleasure to be on this podcast today. So as you said Money and for the last five and a half years or so. I have served as the deputy for the computer and information science and engineering director at the national science foundation. So you might hear me over the course of this podcast Accidentally say size ci se. That's short for the acronym of art director the computing and information science engineering director. And as you sort of alluded to kathleen in the last few months. I've actually gone on detail to the office of the director of the national science foundation. Serving as an acting senior adviser there specifically focused on translation innovation in partnership. So i'm coming to you really Perspective in this podcast today. But i've taken on sedition role in a package sale of more about bad if the opportunity presents itself to So as you may know as some of your listeners may know the national science foundation is really a research funding agency within the federal government so in particular we support research and education in all areas of science and engineering from astronomy to biology chemistry to mathematics. Physics social won't be april sciences as well really any discipline of science and engineering and technology and mathematics and is a funder of that in the federal government. Now we have a vast. We have a budget of about eight point. Five billion dollars in the current fiscal year fiscal year twenty twenty one and the vast vast majority of about ninety three percent goes out the door in the form of grants cooperative agreements primarily to colleges and universities throughout the us but some also small businesses. That are just starting up as well

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Biden Holds off on Increasing US Refugee Admissions for Now

Science Friday

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Biden Holds off on Increasing US Refugee Admissions for Now

"Established by the Trump administration. NPR's barbers. Front reports and earlier announcement said the White House would keep the refugee admissions capped at 15,000 level set by the previous administration. The notice was widely criticized by Democrats and human rights groups, with many citing Biden's own pledges during the presidential campaign to raise the cap. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the initial announcement was made because Biden was urged to take action. To reverse former President Donald Trump's policy that band refugees from many key regions and that the initial White House order accomplished that she said Biden would set a final increased refugee cap for the remainder of the fiscal year. By May, 15th. Barbara Sprint. NPR NEWS Washington The State Department's internal watchdog

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Microsoft To Buy Speech Tech Company Nuance for $16 Billion

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Microsoft To Buy Speech Tech Company Nuance for $16 Billion

"Risk. Microsoft is in advanced talks to buy the speech recognition company nuance and an agreement could be announced today. CNBC reports Microsoft's willing to pay about $16 Billion for the Boston company Nuance generated nearly $1.5 billion in revenue in the last fiscal year in the company's software, recognizes and transcribe speech in doctor's offices, customer service calls and

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Biden Plans to Release Initial 2022 U.S. Budget Outline

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Biden Plans to Release Initial 2022 U.S. Budget Outline

"Gun violence prevention and other gun safety measures. Well, we can expect to see President binds preliminary budget outline for 2022 tomorrow. Bloomberg's Amy Morris has a preview. President Biden's first full budget proposal is expected later in the year. This proposal is just the first step before Congress negotiates the federal budget for the fiscal year starting in October. It'll be missing many of the details traditionally included in a presidential budget document. Offering on Lee top line spending proposals and some details about new programs. The budget rollout is coming very late,

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Constellation Brands Q4 profit falls but beats analyst estimates

MarketFoolery

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Constellation Brands Q4 profit falls but beats analyst estimates

"Came in higher than expected. This is the beer wine and spirits company. Probably the best known brand in their portfolio is corona. Although i imagine there are some listeners who prefer some of their wines or spirits or mad at me for saying that. But i think that's fair to say the koran is the best known brand they have. The stock is down about five percent today is is this because of the guidance for the new fiscal year. Yeah i think there are a couple of moving parts on this. And i would say coronas definitely their best known brand and then. They've talked a lot over the last year about their modell brandon how it's gaining increasing market share. And i think modell outgrew the rest of the business. So that's one worth mentioning outside of you. Know all the wine and liquor brands but my interpretation was You know a little bit of a disappointing fourth quarter but it's misinterpreted in my opinion They have said a lot of their wine and spirits businesses over the last couple of quarters last couple of years to focusing on that high end kind of luxury brands specifically in wine and spirits so guidance was a little bit muted in that regard specifically i know that the free cash flow and cash flow from operations are expected to be substantially lower in their upcoming fiscal year versus what they just produced in in twenty twenty but You know. I think person it's a little little bit misunderstood to have that five percent jaw drawdown today. It is pretty interesting to

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Gov. Cuomo Set To Sign $212 Billion New York State Budget, Including Mobile Sports Betting

Joe Pags

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Gov. Cuomo Set To Sign $212 Billion New York State Budget, Including Mobile Sports Betting

"Governor, Cuomo says the newly passed a budget will help New York rebuild and recover following the Corona virus pandemic. James Flip, and reports almost says Beyond the numbers. It's a rebuilding action plan. But for fiscal year 2022 it is a spending plan. It includes, for the first time legal sports betting The law allows the state to directly operate mobile sports betting, so the $500 million will go. Who the state also four billion a new taxes for large businesses and people earning over a million dollars a year, Though Cuomo argues if salt is repealed, taxes go

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Atlanta Mayor Delivers 2021 State Of The City Address

AJC Briefing

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Atlanta Mayor Delivers 2021 State Of The City Address

"Atlanta kisha lance bottoms announced a plan to hire two hundred fifty new police officers in the next fiscal year. Beginning july first. The mayor made her remarks. During wednesday's virtual state of the city address. The speech was prerecorded on march. twenty third. Bottom speech focused heavily on issues. Certain to be at the heart of this year's mayoral election including administration's response to crime affordable housing homelessness the pandemic and the social unrest last summer. The mayor faces a challenge this year from atlanta city council president felicia moore who has served more than two decades on the city council and has said crime would be her top priority. As mayor bottom said ninety police recruits are currently in the pipeline. And that she is working with the city council to enact a retention bonus for officers. The department is about four hundred officers under its authorized level.

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Free Streaming Service Breaks Into Original Content

Business Wars Daily

02:22 min | 3 months ago

Free Streaming Service Breaks Into Original Content

"Is streaming service out there. That's making moves as of late and if you don't mind watching a few ads here and there you don't have to pay for its content. Either that service is to be. Do you be i which was bought last year by fox for a cool four hundred and forty million. The sale brought around twenty thousand additional titles to the platform and marked. Fox's first foray into the streaming wars to these offerings range from tyler perry films to the nineteen ninety classic ghost so a bit of a mixed bag there as of this writing one of the most popular titles on the app was the two thousand adam sandler movie little nicky nineties. Kids rejoice when the sale of to fox was finalized last march company executives. Were clear they had no plans to produce original content. The verge reported at the time. Don't think of it. As a competitor disney plus netflix's apple tv plus or hulu verge wrote noting that all four of those platforms regularly stream their own content. Well how quickly. Things change bloomberg reported last week that to be is in talks with advertisers about funding yup original tv shows and movies. That didn't take long did it. The move comes after a record. Twenty twenty for the platform which saw usage numbers jumped fifty eight percent. Those growth numbers are pretty attractive to advertisers. To be will make three hundred million in ad revenue this fiscal year according to bloomberg and fox. Cfo steve tomsic said that revenue could grow to one billion dollars in coming years. The nudge for two to explore. Original content may have come from a close competitor. The roku channel which streams free movie shows and live news partnering with outside networks announced. The premiere of its first original series. This month roku got it start building software for smart. Tv's but his leaning into the success of its streaming service roku over fifty million active accounts by the end of twenty twenty according to deadline in the world of streaming services. Much attention is paid to. Well paid services like netflix and users of that platform repeatedly site the lack of ads as its most attractive feature according to emarketer with a free ad supported streaming market growing by leaps and bounds. The question is which of these. Two contenders will emerge victorious. Is there room for both online. Someone go get the popcorn

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GameStop announces another executive departure

Yahoo Finance Market Minute

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

GameStop announces another executive departure

"Announced its chief. Customer officer is leading the company. This comes at the same time or in same day that the company will be announcing its quarterly results for its fourth quarter and fiscal year. Twenty twenty this is yet another major move after activists investor ryan. Cohen joined the board of the company back in january. It's also been the focus of a short squeeze. Shares today are around one hundred and eighty five dollars each remember that shares back in january were up at four hundred eighty three dollars of an intraday high on january twenty eighth. It's been quite a run for game. Stop and analysts are saying that the stock is trading detached from fundamentals

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How Trusted Media Brands is using first-party data beyond advertising

The Digiday Podcast

02:02 min | 3 months ago

How Trusted Media Brands is using first-party data beyond advertising

"Thank you so much. For being on the podcast. Thank you so happy to be your kid. So i guess it'd be great to start off with talking about how twenty twenty fared for Trusted media branches publications Some of your brands like family handyman and taste of home Those seem pretty hobby driven or interest focused publication. So i imagine that that probably translated well into an increase in both like traffic And potentially even in the commerce space with people wanting to invest in Honing new skills or you know feeding their passions while at home. Did you notice a significant increase in traffic for those brands or a portfolio. This past year we noticed an increase in traffic across all of our brands and taste of home. Now has forty two months in a row of your rear increased appetite increase so it's not just a endemic thing. It's really a continuation. A family handyman has done incredibly well breaking multiple records. I think you're right. People are home in their cooking and they're doing a lot of projects at home. It's there's no more excuses not to do the honeydew list Reader's digest has also done well. At of course launching the healthy in the pandemic was was good. Timing or us so embers blooms. I should not lose sight of Blooms people have in home paying more attention to what's happening in their backyard. Birds in their flowers. We definitely saw a nice search in that business as well so we had a great year. I had a board meeting last week and i mean i. we've never been so far over budget. Our fiscal year. Ends june thirtieth. So were almost three quarters into our fiscal and exceptional exceptional year for the Of the year. Which would have been the second half of calendar twenty We doubled our Are earning so it was a great is is a great year for us.

USAF Considering Pilot Training Changes to Curb Flight Accidents

The Fighter Pilot Podcast?

01:17 min | 3 months ago

USAF Considering Pilot Training Changes to Curb Flight Accidents

"Air force considering pilot training changes to curb accidents. So let me read some of this one for you. February twenty fifth two thousand and twenty one. The air force is considering changes to its pilot curriculum to curb the rising number of aviation accidents. The air force saw seventy two accidents in fiscal year. Twenty twenty ten more than in the previous year but then you go down to paragraph four. Despite the uptick in crashes and other accidents the service noted that mishap numbers have dropped slightly in the past decade. People it's called statistics. Okay if you flip a coin one hundred times you're probably going to have in fact you're statistically likely to have five or six heads in a row and if you don't something's wrong and so when you have an uptick is at the end of the world now but we have this situation these days. I feel like where everyone says. Oh something's happening and we have to do something. General quarters everybody battle stations for me. It's just fatigue because what we ended up doing is jumping around like. What are those nights for monty python right silly nights in the end though. We need to be mindful of okay. Yeah if there's a problem let's fix it but let's not chase every little gremlin. Every time. there's a minor uptick in something. Let's look at the bigger

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"fiscal year" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on WTVN

"The twenty twenty fiscal year budget in its final two months the white says tapping into the rainy day fund is not an option yet this rain is not a passion spring shower it could be we don't really know but could be a long cold lingering storm we should not use that rainy day funding until we have to education and all state agencies minus the department of rehabilitation and corrections will be impacted I'm John Gallagher the outbreak among meatpacking employees is forcing dozens of the plants to close for weeks at a time and the effect is already being seen in stores but now in your wallet as well right now we are seeing record prices for beef and pork mostly folks are gonna start seeing that translated into the supermarkets or certain products like ground beef for hamburgers are gonna see we're gonna see rising more than sixty percent in the coming days and the bad news is this wild ride in the food industry analysts tell us isn't going to end until the pandemic does ABC's Matt Gutman the centers for disease control and prevention are looking into how widespread the virus season the nation's prison system the analysis found that of thirty seven jurisdictions that reported thirty two had at least one case of corona virus among inmates and staff those thirty two jurisdictions contained four hundred twenty facilities and as of late April there were nearly forty nine hundred positive cases among inmates eighty eight of them died there were almost twenty eight hundred positives and fifteen deaths among staff colonel Scott fox news there are nearly three thousand cases in inmates in Ohio's prisons and three hundred staff members testing positive fourteen of those inmates are in the Franklin County juvenile detention center in twenty.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on WTRH

"Fiscal year beginning resolution ends on Friday choose Bernie Bennett Capitol Hill US special representative for North Korea says Washington won't accept a year and dental deadline set by point Yang make concessions installed nuclear talks Stephen by gun made the comments Monday two days after North Korea conducted a second significant test of this long range rocket launch site she news and analysis at town hall dot com matching okay for relief back to the one hundred percent drug free supplement that was formulated by doctors to help your body deal with inflammation and pain the reason I've told so many by the three week and quick stop is because although as we get older occasional aches and pains can be a real problem keeping what you for tonight doing the things you love and need to do like taking walks all playing golf going up or down stairs or simply playing with your kids or grandkids tens of thousands on now like me glad they order the three week quick stop for just nineteen ninety five after years of back pain I found relief and I believe you could to folks this is why the father and son owners of really factor Pete and you set mean Talbot created the three week quick stop and they discounted it to only nineteen each and every ninety one five of you approximately seventy percent of those who order it to go on to order more let's see if we can you'll get you out of pain be to go to re factor dot com Chris really fact ma dot com say or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three rooms eighty four and is this do for you news but the hello this three the all one.

"fiscal year" Discussed on The TechSalesShow

The TechSalesShow

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on The TechSalesShow

"He had a side hustle of selling barbecue spices. It we're big. He's all all the buckeyes now across the US and good thin. Yeah it's it's fun for him. It's been fun to watch from the sidelines. And now he is started. What's called me church? And it's basically we like to wear. He does he's barbecue. Classes long story short we through an event to where we had him to a barbecue. Preparation class like this is how you you make the best barbecue out there. There is no sales presentation. There was no powerpoint slide There was no guest speaker other than mat himself who basically stood up there for three hours and prepared. I like an incredible meal. And I'll tell you why like people were like on the edge of their seats taking notes sharing notes with one another taking pictures so engaged. So that's the book Belabor this to your point like you've got to be really thoughtful and creative don't like just turn out the same you know in KPMG KPMG runs incredible business but don't post an event at KPMG BIKE BMG with sixty two powerpoint slides with name. That doesn't have any CACHET. It's getting old. I think you mean that executive. WHO's coming into town to speak? Is Not as lumped the drawl that you would want. But he's got a big title jokingly talk about the event swings is in ebbs and flows but how many partners are still out there trying to run the same event the same lunch and learn Trying to do the same thing to achieve different results is literally truly insanity so That sounds like an amazing event. I took a few things. Down will definitely do that Either ideas wine tastings Caribbean really small. But there's there's vineyards everywhere now in Texas you're in Texas. If you're not in Texas you can find a local vendor or someone who distills their own vodka or makes their own craft beer. I mean it it could be something really small and subtle that. I'm sure they can make a special bottle with the workday logo or something on that. Everyone can take home the barbecue in I was thinking about work they aprons. You don't have to have the big the big presentation to get the get the point and across And have people take something home that that they'll remember you buy some do demand Gen. We all know that most of our businesses probably do big events and probably do a lot of small events so I would try and get organized around the activities that are coming big Dell world and Microsoft there was has always been partner conference. You know. There's some big events get organized around those know when they're happening no win the ISP's partners support your business are doing those same things and make sure you have those at your fingertips throughout the year to talk to customers but make sure you share that early in the year so that people can be making plans around those And hopefully we get some free selling done by other people at those big corporate events so we talked about get the meetings and then do a bunch of other demand Gen stuff that we talked about and and then I think it is organizing that from the first draft of q one q two. We did last week to really putting a wrap around all this stuff and having a a solid plan with owners tied to it. They've they've had to agree to their own stuff But don't be. Don't be keeping that close to your chest. Cher broadly to all the partners that you've got involved go take that to their cells leaders and say thank you for your team. Who's in various involved? Here's what you can expect. Here's what we're going to do together gather And go blow it out. That will just have. You'll have one more sales manager helping push the people to target your stuff to get those business in those business deals done on Share with your team dude at a Qbr go big go broad all the managers of all your specialty teams shared shared shared It can't do anything but help you. This is a we have a lot of folks that are aspiring first line sales managers taken sales manager. This is where he can really set yourself yourself apart. Not only are you putting yourself in a position for the for the fiscal year but the person on the team that. There's there's a couple ways to do this. I'm sure there's a lot ways to this one ways to do it. It's about it's all about me. It's all about. Hey look how great this plan is that that will be seen for what it is but if the plan is shared instead to in a way that's a collaborative way away like hey help me what gaps in my not seeing in my business. What ideas worked for you guys when when it comes to like broadly sharing your plan? That's what's going to get this received really well if that's your intent behind it and this is what you know when you bobby talked about like I I worked for a VP has a lot of different sales managers at his level. One of the big things. They're concerned about always is. What Best Practices are happening happening in the field? That aren't being shared. This is a great opportunity of when he's looking at the team and seeing somebody that sharing plan to get them off to a fast start and that plan is being passed around and refined and made better man they love that kind of stuff and they it helps them feel like pockets of great ideas. Aren't being isolated out there and that person will be seated in New Light so if you have leadership aspirations not only will this help you execute as an individual contributor. This will help you be seen as a leader but Brian. Let's Lena what they steal my idea. What if I would if I share it and someone else takes credit for all my work you know? Doesn't that get seen through just as much as the person that's all me me me me. Oh for sure and then and then at the bottom at the end of the day if you came up with this plan your now execute anybody anybody that quote unquote steals your plan. No doubt and then I would say if you have that aspiration be leader. Help help people be successful with your plan right like that. That's what that's what managers and leaders do is they. They get in the boat with their team and they go so. Don't worry about the credit as much as you do. Worry about helping people be successful and then everyone and in other leadership positions will see them so today we talked about setting up meetings doing the demand generation and then sharing your plan. We have a little bit of bonus bonus content to wrap up the series all about fast. Start and we've talked about it before. It still may be the most listened to podcasts. It was an article that I wrote implement call today. If you're new to the show go listen to that episode. It is a tactic that still implement today where I call someone in the morning and someone in the the afternoon that I haven't talked to an wall to stay in touch A lost art in my opinion is asking for referrals You as you build this plan rich out to your top customers that are buyers that like your stuff that that like you and ask them you know what. What are we doing well for you? What is our business doing well for are you? And is there anybody that you know that that we could help in a similar way that they all have friends and allies in the IT world in their market and maybe not in the market. But you could help another rap in another rep might help you. But I think this is a lost art where we don't go to our customers and say I've continue in you to follow through and follow through for you. Is there anybody that you think would benefit. Would you mind making a warm introduction and then the easiest layup in the world world in my opinion is when you're first quarter training comes out be the first guy or girl on the team to get that knocked out. It's not GonNa go away. Hey people you're gonNA have you'RE GONNA have internal training that has to get done be be a steward of your business steward of your technology and go be educated. Be Smarter than most. It's not it's not difficult You WanNa get a fast start. Go do these things and you'll you'll be successful. It's like we're talking about if you're The most successful at ease that we've come across over the years our experts in their products. So it may be that training that you take is purely checking the box so compliant in whatever system that you've got to to do that into the report shows that there's a check mark next to your name find but be this. This is a great opportunity to to further inch to sharpen your your saw and to be the sharpest expert on your team and then when it comes to those referrals barrels bobby the ones the the references that that you use time and again maybe this is not a chance to take him to a nice dinner to thank him or maybe this is a chance to send him a nice gift for the New Year to say. Hey I just want to you know. Our friendship means a lot. Our partnership means a lot. I wanted to send this to you in something very specific to awesome. You know something they know you know they love and appreciate its start to but some I still do even on a small scale but I'll send a handwritten note I actually sent. Everybody comes to the flight school to do a discovery flight. A handwritten note to make sure they got what they wanted out of it and that they have the opportunity to come back to the school. I mean and I'm selling a hundred dollar discovers flight like come on. If you're selling million dollar projects you can take five minutes to say. Thanks and hand write a note It will do wonders in the world and then it like as Brian said the training is the training. I think there's always more content in there than we pay attention to. We're really trying to get through that ten question test at the end for our internal training but another thing that has helped me throughout my career is go to your customer and ask them to show you what they're using your stuff four and why. It's helping their business like if it's a data center product go get in the data center. Don't stay in the conference room and just talk about it and look at slides go touch it. Go be asked them to show you how they installed it. If it software go at go talk to the people that are using the software and gain these tidbits become an expert in your technology. And why it's.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on The TechSalesShow

The TechSalesShow

10:50 min | 1 year ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on The TechSalesShow

"I'M GONNA do one fifty o Quarter and I'M GONNA blow it out these people I would think that would be really really good for your bank accounts. If you could do that but I think get is about building that plan to accede for years and years. I did ten percent above the line and then I for some reason I well. That's not a ceiling that somebody put that ceiling pulling on me. I can go beyond that so I started building plants in the one twenty mark and last started hitting them so I think I think it really is. You'll if you don't try you won't get there and I think that's a great opportunity to to try and blow your number back in the day. Bobby you probably remember this and I I used to think it was crazy I look back on it and think think it was. Maybe maybe a little bit of genius a little bit crazy Microsoft you. They used to raise their Sequel quota by like like one hundred percent in keep in mind my sequel was this for Microsoft was and still is this billion dollar business that had it has grown over. What twenty years longer? Yeah and they would raise the quarterback like one hundred percent and of course you had all the people that were responsible for selling sequel sequel would panic and I would have to right. If that wasn't that would be of course. We had downstream impacts of that on our own quota. And I think what Microsoft Zaw was trying to say what I would say. Maybe they didn't do a good job of saying at the time or maybe we didn't do a good job. Listening was figure out a better way to do this. You need to love it. Change your strategy altogether but instead it would just be two years of taking it on the Chin and missing the number but still outpacing. What the traditional what have been you know? Let's say what been twenty percent while they were still growing like fifty percent. There's still missing one hundred percent but I think Bob your points right. It's a a lot of this is a mindset and if if we were all the sudden responsible for double what our number was your year not saying it. Wouldn't it'd be a complete nightmare. Not Saying it wouldn't be really frustrating. But wouldn't it change how we approached every single day and I think that was probably the genius behind. What Microsoft was trying to do is like why why not rethink how you approach Your Business and your engagements? I do like the word genius. I do think it was a little crazy. Maybe like you said a combination of both but if you think about that example alone the market share for databases for Microsoft some ten fifteen years ago. When we were working there was slim? I mean it was the the market share. was nothing compared to if you think about what windows was on the desktop. Ninety three percent market share in the database world. They may be head in the enterprise prized twenty-five percent. And I do think that someone at Microsoft whoever was responsible for that overall was thinking I mean we got we have we have headroom to triple ripple you know why. And we didn't sell that twenty five percent last year so we might sold out of that. Twenty five percent market share we have we muscle missile four percent of that. I mean they were probably looking at twenty or thirty x opportunity in the market. And we're only asking the team to double like just do it one more time and I know there's thirty thirty times the opportunity much like you said workday three thousand customers worldwide someone at the headquarters of workday sitting around going. Jesus Christ we have eight million billion opportunities to go capture corporate customers to sell this to Don't want to Braise your quota Brian. I mean there's plenty our saying go get more more. It's just not realistic to go. Get that year. You know month after month after month so there's plenty of room out there for three months bigger quotas. I think there is a cost sales and someone smart enough to figure that stuff out. So don't worry about your number that you get. Maybe you have a depressed territory. I've been through ups and downs. Where you know a year here in Houston was like a hundred million Microsoft than than the next year in Houston was like sixty million year There's there's reasons that the market would manage that fluctuation in an hopefully you're companies will do that as well but don't you think no matter what happens your quotas GonNa go up not down so like don't guess that your quotas GonNa go down down and build a plan equal to last year. Of course we all love that or even a reduction in quota it ain't happening and then I tell everyone I have never got a quota I loved. I mean there's a few I might have liked better than the other ones I've gotten but there's no quota them like. Oh this is going to be easy and if you're in that role you're probably not going to get much better this year but the reality is go build a plan based on last year's quota plus twenty percent or last year's actual plus twenty percent sent whichever ones greater and I bet you're gonNA fall within about five percent of what you get for the year on your quota very so And then I would say focus on what you know like if you run campaigns Brian don't doesn't have this thing. Where deals slip quarter after quarter like I had happened to my curse it but if you had the asleep like really work hard to close those after the business like I said you will be taken care of and rewarded no question if you do it? You're you might get. You might get taken at some point in your career but go and do what's best for the business you will be rewarded. Those deals across the line Customers are probably getting money in their new year. They probably will be able to close those that that slipped. And you owe that to your partners and you owe that to your business And then you'll you'll be rewarded for that. And then I think seek to understand what this New Year means for your customers as soon as possible Shirley even talking to them all year but she like. Brian said you probably were gonNA close. You've been grinding it out and you've may be. I missed the bigger picture for them as well. Use this as an opportunity as you're getting organized the thing about one of my customers doing go read some press. They've probably made some statements in number the number calling themselves And if they're going to grow that's an opportunity for you to go talk to him about the growth as well and hopefully sell them more tag. So we've covered getting organized we've covered forget your quota or don't worry about what you're quotas is discount. Go build a number to something bigger and the last one is the action plan for q one q you too and getting everyone involved man. This is the if there's one thing I've been fairly good at. It's been this one where I'll I'll go seek to get help from you. You Know My v team locally might be twelve people but I'll I'll build a spreadsheet or ability powerpoint with like forty five headshots of everyone who supports my I team off on business. Units fined team team operation leads. I'll find training divisions I'll find partners off on is visa find. I'll find as many people people as I can and try and get them to look at my counts I've always heard the squeaky wheel gets the gets the juicer. Some like that on the analogy. He is but the grease grease. Yes if I get the grease so I I would get all those people involved you know. Find out what they're doing Have big phone calls with people sharing insights insights. I think a lot of reps lot sales people probably the ones that are a little bit churned are bigger counts get they get scared about getting all these people involved. They don't WANNA lose control. I I don't think I'll lose control when I do that but I find as many people as I can and start talking through things. I don't share everything on those calls but I would really have a plan for my renewals rules team or for my maintenance team or my support team to make sure they're providing the value that they need to be providing and my customers. See all that stuff. I'd probably pick take the big three To go chase and then have some big bets from manager know about h one first half of the year and I wasn't really good at this Here this wasn't a strength. This is definitely what we're talking about in the previous section when we're talking about kind of exponential growth opportunity. You don't have to boil the ocean with these partners. Even if you don't come out with fifty two action items I guess is the point here but bobby we all work with. I think in almost every in case. Our listeners are working with some sort of partnership whether it's implementation or training services. What if they just had one introduction for you? What if he was one deal? They had four you times on average what ten partners that could be ten new deals over the course of the year. Not suggesting that's going to happen in January. But what if what if says partners committed to get you into one deal for the years it and I think the I think that's the thing we we talked about that a lot. Just one customer one action one thing but if you're holding these early planning conversations with with a large group. It's really just a helping them think you're thinking and let them know that they're safe to work with you or the you're going to help them be successful successful. I think that's the biggest difference. If you think about average reps they're all they're all going to the the off site and chillan waiting and waiting and waiting and they get a slow start. Start the the listener that asks for this podcast series once that fast start. There's only there's only a top ten percent out there for a reason Hopefully oh you're in that top ten percent and you take this this podcast and you put it into action right the q one q two action plans should include some really big bets dinners was. CIO's breaking down walls and barriers of not broken into taking out the competition at company. ABC Pick three really big things and ask for help. You might be surprised. How much help you get in the people say? Oh it's just going to be more painful I hear Ya but man sure is nice. Having a lot of other people do the work in the knocking down that wall all four. You GotTa Kinda virtual manager in a way of course. Yeah every sales rep's appeal that way so you can you can create that action plan. You increase some the big bets and then you can go. You'll have the best. Qbr You'll have the best first-half you'll probably way on front of your number and it won't it might to some look like lock but at the the end of the first half. Yeah you can be the luckiest person out there and be thrilled to death. That your hard work paid off and look happened So with that. This is fiscal year. Your fast start getting organized. Don't Overdo the organization. Even though we're talking about organization disco lead it get others involved. Forget what your quote is you. You know your quotas going up. Take last year's quota and raise it by twenty percent or take last year's axles and raise it by twenty percent whichever one's bigger and then create a solid Q.. On key to action plan with everybody. Thank your virtual team partners vendors. ISV's corporate office people managers leaders get. Everybody is involved as you can. And.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fiscal year Massachusetts lawmakers appear to be inching closer now to finalizing a state budget the house has scheduled a formal session for tomorrow which could indicate house leaders are growing more optimistic about having a compromise version of the forty two point seven billion dollar annual spending plan ready for a final vote the budget was supposed to be in place July first for the start of the new fiscal year Massachusetts by the way is the only state that start this fiscal year in July that still does not have a formal budget meanwhile a five billion dollar spending authorization currently in place expires on July thirty first other than trump is defending his supporters who chanted sent her back in reference to Minnesota congresswoman L. Han Omar during one of his recent rally CBS news correspondent Ben Tracy is traveling with Mr trump in New Jersey the president seems to see political advantage in his feud with the four democratic Congress woman known as the squad especially Omar who's been particularly outspoken would you return to Minnesota Thursday Omar was defiant saying is an immigrant in Congress she is the president's nightmare going to continue to be a nightmare yeah that got under the president's skin and representative Alexandra Coliseo Cortez tells constituents that president trump enjoy hearing a crowded as recent rally calling for congresswoman Omar to go home I'll go back home because you're Cortes spoke yesterday in New York for the first time since Mr trump criticized her and the three other minority congresswoman for saying what the president called horrible things about the United States Mr trump suggested they all leave although all four women are US citizens because you're Cortez also told the crown quote we are going to stay right here we are not going anywhere my decision to have president trump's former communications director throw out the first pitch at a Rhode Island minor league baseball game on Friday night at the ballpark is getting plenty of push back and criticism some fancy on Twitter they fill Sean Spicer is appearance Friday the Pawtucket red Sox game was an insult to the LGBTQ community given Mr trump's policies Spicer by the way was joined by winter veteran Carlos Lopez it is five forty two time now for sports here's an update from Joel stern sizzling Camden yards with the game time temperature is ninety seven the response bass go wild they don't want to crush the oriel seventeen six Jackie Bradley junior his two three run home runs the second part of an eight run fourth gonna go out there and and play like we know how we can and so that some some good points coming out we we we know how crucial day these games are very loyal Mookie Betts Rockfield Evers also Homer this afternoon Andrew Cashner faces of former team eight days after being traded the right sauce natural second place Tampa Bay by game the reasons for the white Sox two one eleven yeah he's with Iraqis will open five we Smith Marianna Rivera and your Martinez my machine a white holiday and Harold Baines will be inducted into the baseball hall of fame later today in Las Vegas Manny Pacquiao wins a split decision against Keith Thurman to regain the W. B. A. welterweight title Bob will have an open update.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The current fiscal year will math Clary over into the approaching new budget bolstering governor Murphy's push for higher taxes on the wealthy. Royal told the assembly budget committee today in fiscal year. Twenty nineteen about eight hundred twelve million dollars two percent of the overall budget or one time revenues. She says that stems from a one time tax amnesty as well as other tax revenues collected. As a result of the 2017 federal tax changes. There's more on the story at nj one five dot com. The army is investigating the death of a twenty year old soldier from Medford lakes shot during a live fire, exercise and Alaska's interior specialist nNcholas Peter de Madonna the third died Saturday after he was shot during the early morning drill. Medics at the scene provided care to Dima mono who was flown to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead. An investigation is ongoing homeless people in Camden County, looking to earn an honest day's pay can do. So by joining the work now program freeholder Carmen Rodriguez says they are in fifteen dollars an hour for the day by helping clean parks and are then eligible to join the bridge to work program, which offers permanent part time job interview. And what they get their job. They're going to be working permanently. She says she wants to open the doors to homeless people. So that they can feel good about themselves. And no there is a future for them. Long Beach township police officers accused of 'accessing information from a secure departmental computer for personal reasons. Gerard trainer. Sergeant. With the Long Beach township force also is a practicing attorney faces two counts of computer criminal activity. He was suspended from the forest following his arrest trainer as served for twenty four years. What's so great about the Garden State each week? At this time, we profile some of the individuals and groups that make the Garden State such a great place to live one of two teenage twin brothers hit by an SUV in Woodbridge in February continues to recover, and there's a fundraiser dinner on Friday, Kevin Brown, just got a few bumps and bruises and is home but Tyler Brown was critically injured in February twenty-second incident, though, he's now moved out of the hospital and into a rehab facility. Woodbridge councilwoman Debi me Han is spearheading the spaghetti dinner to be held at the Colonia firehouse pretty much. The town really comes out to support them. Whether they know the children are not people will come just two hands. Ten dollars and walk out the door. The driver stayed at the scene following the collision in Woodbridge police have not indicated any charges a gofundme me set up by a cousin of the twins has raised more than twenty one thousand dollars. So far me and says this is a kind of event the communities done before and expects hundreds to attend Patrick Lavery, New Jersey one zero one point five news. And if you have more good news about through jersey. Let us know at nj one five dot com. Gonna be a bit cool jewel chief meteorologist Dan's arrows complete forecast coming up to jersey fast traffic in one minute. Steve.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"State of california of course passed a increase in the in the gas tax to fund road repairs etc but this plan by the trump administration which which i mentioned a lotta people nancy pelosi and others are calling it a scam or a representative peter defazio referring to it as a fake infrastructure plan it does seem to have a kind of banks which quality to it first of all a doesn't coal for increasing the the federal gas tax and by the way the us chamber of commerce supports that idea it basically as gannicott infrastructure spending from amtrak and the highway trust fund and the white house today released is 2019 fiscal year budget is proposing a cutting two hundred forty billion dollar from existing infrastructure program so can you can you figure that out wow i can tell you that this is what they've been saying there beginning going to do for a year and a half and so folks who expect there to be a gasoline tax increase back in here the packed in here somewhere um have been paying attention this is what these guys have been saying they were going to do for for a number of months right now and this is just a lot of detail there were getting today and in terms of the cuts that are in there the false what they said they were gonna do the two hundred billion dollars in federal investment uh that's gonna seed you know this one point five trillion um is coming not from new pay for his new gas taxing new new tax increases of any guy and they're coming from cuts in other programmes this is what they said that they were going to be doing so um you know i'm not going to keep defend uh you know i still think that there's lots of uh of uh folks who are very uh attracted to those programmes they're trying to cut so i think it's going to be challenged in congress even to get that through um but this is what they said they were going to be.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Coming up this friday all right now you can find out all those events everything going on of course if these and if he chamber of commerce website which is center fate chamber dot com all right when we look at the facts and figures um you know still trying to figure out exactly are more closely i how much money we're talking about extra money anywhere from two hundred thirty million dollars to three hundred and thirty is to be three hundred million dollars uh in this session this year i and coming up in the upcoming fiscal year as pretty significant there it really is um but i think they also needs to be uh uh prudence about the spending not go overboard of course it is completely pike took the the price of oil and gas to the revenues generated from the southern part of the state we never know what's gonna come around next year uh but a couple of things that we're supporting one of course is tourism marketing uh always looking to expand the budget club the tourism department to reach out uh they've they've uh predicted to the bay area san francisco to be on their radar we're also supporting an expansion of the highwage tax credit of the job of training incentive programmes both of those we see as being good economic development incentives to with supporting along with the state chamber um there's some uh crime and punishment types of legislation that are out there that the governor is very strong though and i think joe a couple of those the worth of looking at this some um more uh logical alcohol um so the regulation i think is on the the the uh the dark at this time around will be taking a look at that um funding capital uh outlay funding for the set of say airports and td to make improvements there that of course is one of our priorities so there's some uh some things uh bubbling i think at the and house it seems as though this general agreement i'm not sure that we are going to get com comprehensive tax reform this time around but at least it's being discussed which i think is a good idea um so they're they're working yeah.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on KGO 810

"The irs twenty million dollars in last fiscal year and only collected six point seven million in back taxes that according to the new york times the twenty million dollars include administrative cost as well as commissions the private contractors whose introduction was supported by both democrats and republicans also managed to collect the 25 percent commission on some collections that the irs made without them you know this is a great example of i've been called in elitist for this in its the fairly accurate actually just in this context there are a lot of things that should not be subject to democratic rule in a democracy because we the people will always do the wrong thing the mob is not a trusted part of a political system just because you have a 50 percent plus one doesn't mean you should be able to do anything in a democracy infect his country was designed as republic specifically so that the majority could not a press the minority were still working to fulfill the promise to that idea but you know it's it's a hard gig here's a great example at every buddy hates the irs partly because our taxes are too high and now they're arbitrary in the run fair and the target you based on your political leanings at times and blah blah blah and there's a lot to hate they also will drag you and inau into an audit not really fully inform you of your rights fred sacol your money there's a lot to dislike it the ira so how do we we the people we the howling mob reactor that we say defunding sirom don't give money shrink the agency know defunding and so the irs has a legitimate role in collecting taxes and making sure people don't cheat in the rest of it there they're police authority but they're so wildly underfunded in a lot of cases that they can't do the work right so they come up with these ridiculous schemes of outsourcing this or that and and the.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Auto division of financial management told the legislature's economic outlook and revenue assessment committee they have rework the fiscal year 2018 through 2020 projections after the tax reform law passed ninety twenty there's a billion more dollars a personal income in idaho going from the previous forecasts that i gave you two weeks ago to this chrome when i just gave you the sense you get from it is personal ankle goes up and nonfarm employment goes up so the economy does do better because of the stimulative effect of tax reform santos told the committee state revenues would rise from three points six billion this year to four billion and fiscal 2020 committee voted fifteen to one to accept the projections and pass them along the j fak one of the closelywatched issues is this year's idaho legislature in the idaho legislature is the repeal of the state grocery tax which is disliked by both parties and passed both houses last year before eventually being vetoed by governor otter democratic party gubernatorial candidate aj baluch off is no fan of the grocery taxi their both guided on delivery about repair and grocery and even art tax code believed that we'd hacked grocery and then we try to give the tax backed you're a tax credit when you file your income tax return meanwhile we've made an interestfree loan to the government below cough issued a statement calling on lawmakers to introduce a repeal all bill a sap saying the status balancing the budget on the backs of working people every time they go grocery shopping jay how will six seventy kboi in the idaho legislature besides education a number of things are being worked on in regards to tax cuts for individuals and businesses senator sherie bucknor web district nineteen the assistant minority leader against here on six seventy kboi and was asked what legislation she's especially interested in and maybe even getting past slammed that iranian with senator mary and jordan is a minimum wage they'll we're looking at and 2019 raising minimum wage eight seventy five.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The pentagon aides continuing resolutions i mean you could argue that they did for the past several years congress has not passed the budget on time the fiscal year starts of timber 30th were nearly four months past that point so we've we've used a series of patches to get here i mean if you could imagine what would be like to work in any kind of business any he kind of corporation if you had to plan several months at a time you didn't know what was going to happen in a with your budget for the entire year it would make life very difficult take that and apply it to the military which is a gigantic organ his eishin it the practically speaking a a continuing resolution keeps spending going at the previous year's level so they can't start a new acquisitions programmes on for one thing ed if said that it's incredibly disruptive anybody try to run a government agency hates a continuing resolution jim mattis hates hit francis collins director of the nih was on the show yesterday i he said he hate to to yet dramatic actually the thensecretary came to to the hill about a week or so ago and really said the lawmakers you know i understand that you want to deal with tara deferred nondefense spending but what against ahmic is the budget instability it's complicating things we we've seen lawmakers were pro defence say that day cannot vote for the continuing resolution because of the damage that inflicts on the military the armed services seapower chairman and house rob wittman lindsey graham as and other one a said we can't both for a for a cr because of the instability and they're saying really you know if if congress by another thirty days what's going to be different they don't want to vote for a cr in less leadership democratic in and republican leadership can say we have a deal in hand in that case they'll vote for a short cr just to give lawmakers time to you know flesh out what appropriations are going to be for the for the year whether it's disruptive whether it's devastating might depend on what kind of debate you're trying to have on capitol hill as congress barrels towards the shutdown joe gould capitol hill reporter for defense news thanks for being her joe thank you.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Exist i actually don't believe for a minute uh that my friend from from massachusetts of believes my vote in favour the tax bill i had anything to do with fund raising or my donors he might believe that about somebody in this chamber i hope that he does not but i know he doesn't believe it about me just isn't it just isn't true i've been fighting for tax reform since the day i was elected in fact i ran for this job to fight for tax reform and and we do the american people a disservice when we suggest something nefarious was going on this chamber sometimes we just disagree mr speaker and those disagreements are okay and in fact those is agreements are expected our founders intended them and they created this institution too to sort those disagreements out so i i hope we won't sell either ourselves what the american people short in that regard but i do want to agree with my friend other this is frustrating it's frustrating to be here for continuing resolution mr speaker you will remember that we pass the national security defense appropriations bill in july of this year in july of this year and we have waited patiently for the senate to be able to take it up and it has not we passed all of the appropriations bills mr speaker before the end of the fiscal year back in september and we've been waiting for the senate to take those up it has not it is an incredibly frustrating time now my friend suggested a solution would be bipartisanship i could not agree with him more it takes sixty votes to move thumping through the senate i just barely have over fifty republican the only way these funding bills are going to move through the senate is with bipartisan support for anyone in this chamber to deny that is going to be to deny the reality of math bipartisanship is the solution i remember mr speaker when my president invited the democratic leadership down in the white house to work on exactly this issue a month ago folks got frustrated with a tweeting out that morning and decided they were going to stay home i understand the frustrations what i don't understand is missing out on an opportunity to to build this bridge it happens above my pay grade i'm going to confess to the.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

25:04 min | 3 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"State's already spent four hundred ninety million fighting wildfires this fiscal year they budgeted for four hundred twenty seven million and the costs of don't include the fires they're fighting now for the latest on the fires evacuations closures in the south so it's uh it's i i think we're at a point where nerves were starting to fray a little bit people have been under threat for so long i mean i know you've been chasing the fire in doing a great job at let us know where where the active parts are and when but i i didn't know if you've talked to any of the people who now have been out of their homes three days and you're a vacuous it overnight it's it's it's terrifying but to be out in not knowing when you're going to get back in knowing that this fire still at a control tower people dealing with that i have been talked to a lot of people that are are dealing with evacuations both are i think staying upbeat and that's the general boot there is a again especially i think today it's starting to manifest itself just a little bit of fraying in a it gets old after awhile of sleeping in a hotel or sleeping on a friend's couch you're doing whatever you gotta do and there's also that uncertainty over you know where this fire is going to go and even if your property made it through what's the state of your property what's the state of your neighborhood are your neighbors doing these are all question that slowly but surely you start to eat away your psyche a bad and start to erode at the wall that we all put up whenever war in the midst of a disaster right and and and so that's the struggle in a couple of that with just the general dynamic of of the atmosphere of the weather here unites like you've got this cops and clouds of smoke i i was just down hang out with some people that were handing out free math they'd handed out fifty thousand uh just here.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Ecommerce now accounts for four percent of us sales last fiscal year ecommerce was up more than forty percent worse zero go sales with a largest ecommerce customers almost doubled and we have brands where ecommerce accounts for north of 10 percent of sales like bird species and britta so ecommerce is a very strategic investments and the companies in the bay area have a lot of knowledge in ecommerce and they help us build capabilities that would help us drive allbusiness business online we'll this is secrets that you mentioned the the online because the return on investment for companies like you had to list for thirty years my kids are uniquely millennials they look at these labels these seen no chemicals the look at this and they don't one plastic you have tapped in is it because you see what people water on leaning look at twitter or because it senior dean well clogs we always dedicate ourselves to good growth is how we call it in good growth is not just profitable but also sustainable and responsible so making improvements to our products sustainability based improvements is in our dna right is strategic so whether that is taking plastic out of cloth spleech rid of that is launching a line of natural beauty care with bird species over the debts getting people to use brit a water as a way to stay healthier but also save on water bottles that something that we've been doing for one hundred and four years and it's something that's on strategy it's good for shareholders it's good for communities and it's good for a complements the virtuous circle now there are a lot of people worried about private labels talked about a lot one of the most basic commodities is each.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"Hello listeners it's thursday august 24th 2017 and i'm nancy cook your host and you are listening to politicos nerd cast here the data points that we're going to talk about this week 62 that's the percent of voters who say president trump is doing more to divide the country according to a quinnipiac university poll released wednesday criticisms of trump have been heightened in the wake of his response to charlottesville which continued this week with a rally in phoenix where the president meandered from the teleprompter to criticize the media and doubled down on the assertion that the statues removals are taking away from our culture we're also going to talk about the number six hundred and three billion that's the amount of defence spending in trump's proposed budget for the next fiscal year president trump promised a historic increase in defence spending and that's a key number given the fact that he promised to send more troops to afghanistan in his prime time address on monday before we jump in some housekeeping notes please subscribe rate us and writer review on apple podcast the more reviews we get the higher we rise in the charts in the more listeners can discover us and we love hearing from listeners so email us with your questions or comments at nerd casts at politico dot com okay let's dive in joining us this week we have white house reporter josh daassi hi mitzi thanks for coming on and then we have senior foreign affairs correspondent michael crowley hey michael hi thanks for having me we're gonna kick off with this first data point sixty two that's a percent of voters who say president trump is doing more to divide the country according to a quinnipiac university poll released wednesday.

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"fiscal year" Discussed on Freedom 970

Freedom 970

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"fiscal year" Discussed on Freedom 970

"Of estate taxes and then it by two thousand and ten there was no estate tax and then in two thousand eleven it all went back to two thousand in one level so that's kind of now look at what the reconciliation processes that's most likely what's gonna happen this year if anything happens in the tax area because once congress gets back there's a number of issues they have to address the september 30th fiscal year end of the government and a number of things so um i guess at this point don't look for any major tax savings made retroactive to january 1st of 2017 so that's kind of our general are general perspective now going forward for this year or kevin we've got a caller on the line shirley's got a question about taxes are either shirley ban thank you for your question by helping hall lightning paula radcliffe alike years ago the eight years ago upward up all we wanted to get them out there company we could be separate had nothing to do with the policy it all angle plainly goal though what we call faunal money that way yet although sarut and and up the money yes yes you would they they gave you the shares what they did was they they went from a mutual company to a star company him as a mutual owner because everybody who has a policy owes the company they basically issued yusuf's stock on that and unless they gave you a.

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