24 Burst results for "Five Hundred Fifty Million Dollars"

Toyota to Buy Lyft Unit in Boost to Self-Driving Plans

Daily Tech Headlines

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Toyota to Buy Lyft Unit in Boost to Self-Driving Plans

"Motor corps will acquire liftings self driving technology unit for five hundred fifty million dollars as the japanese company steps up its automation ambitions with the newly created woven planet division. This deal will give toyota a direct presence in silicon valley in london and will allow lifts to become profitable

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"One hundred fifty thousand people in the company is also paying out five hundred fifty million dollars in cash bonuses to reward its workers for what they've been doing during the coronavirus emergency Walmart is actively reaching out to people in the restaurant and hospitality business where so many jobs have been lost Walmart says it's hiring binge will last through may the bonuses are in recognition of what the company calls the extraordinary hard work and dedication of Walmart associates during a very stressful time Walmart is the nation's largest private sector employer also hiring domino's the company says it wants to hire ten thousand people part time and full time delivery drivers are needed along with pizza makers customer service reps and managers domino's has seventeen thousand plus locations worldwide how does that work from home gig going working from home can be a lonely is hard at times during periods where there is a lot of stress in the system I think that's all the more time to find meaning in what you do it Matt Miller runs in broker which connects small and mid size businesses with insurance policies they are based in San Francisco and everyone is working from home trying to do things like digital happy hours where everyone gets together and has beers you know over over video conference yep you heard right we have everyone just hop on a large video conference you can do it without everyone being physically together in person cheers to that area all the A. B. C. news yeah digital happy hour one company's disaster is another's opportunity in companies that produce software to help people work from home are getting a boost Microsoft announced its daily active users of teams software jump to forty four million last week slack technologies said it added seven thousand paid customers last month zoomed video hasn't released its numbers recently but analysts say they suspect the company has thirteen million active users soon stock has been one of the outliers on Wall Street reaching an all time high yesterday overall financial markets are feeling a little it better about things today after the Dow the nasdaq and the S. and P. all posted gains yesterday stock futures are up this morning doctors up by more than four hundred points but in our previous update they were up by more than seven hundred investors are weighing all the government and financial reserve federal reserve efforts rather into keeping key industries afloat during the corona virus crisis the Dow was not had back to back days on the green for sometime next money update coming up at six twelve water.

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What's Next for Bombardier?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

What's Next for Bombardier?

"It's been a big month not just for Birdie but for business aviation in general. By months I mean. Basically since January sixteenth until February seventeenth. There was all kinds of speculation. About what bombard he was GONNA do. Because January sixteenth. They came out with a warning to Wall Street and they said first of all our twenty one thousand nine financial results are going to be so great. But that's not the biggest news. The biggest news is we're going to do something to our business portfolio. We just don't know yet and that got everybody going. As to what the possibilities or in the possibilities were bombarded currently exists with two divisions a business aviation division and in bigger train related division of trade related they make everything from actual trains to signaling products that go along with the railway system and so turned out. They were shopping. Both of them out to see which one could get the better deal and on February thirteenth. We heard the actual financial results for the year. And they of course. We're not as great as once hoped but more importantly what the. Marta announced that it was selling the rest of it. Eight to twenty stake to Airbus the eight to twenty is the series that Bernier originally developed and they were going to sell this now. They're remaining speak. They'd already sold part of it. They're going to sell the remaining of it for about five hundred fifty million dollars in cash and what that means is Airbus gets to walk away with the whole former C. series. Now the eight to twenty is entirely in its control and then four days later on February seventeen bombard. Ea announced it had reached a deal to sell its train. Division notice bombarded transportation to also come of France also is one of the two big train makers based in Europe Siemens being the other one and long story short. They're going to sell this for. They're going to sell the training division for up to four and a half billion dollars which does sound like a lot of money but then again you're talking about businesses that have more than fourteen billion dollars backlog or annual work and so it's it was a pretty much a fair deal all around and for Bardy what it does is it brings a desperately needed money. That bombarda was running out of Because it has a major debt payment next year and had to make the more importantly it had this huge debt pile of more than nine billion dollars that it faced with no real great business plan to help to pay it off now to getting out of the train business. And it's getting out of eight to twenty. It's going to be business aviation only and it's GonNa have half the that it used to have. So what does that mean for bombarding going forward? Let's say some big space so this money going trump's ideas trouble having trouble wild -veloping because he went way over. Budget and and Airbus Boeing basically were playing competitive games so they couldn't get a huge hole so they brought in a new CEO about Bellemare and they launched a five year plan and they've been sort of on that plan selling everything everything. They've acquired over the last three decades. They've been selling off to judge as part of this plan. How quick can you name them? All CR J sold off candidates. They've sold off the Canada's down view PLA. They've sold off. Sra Damn Cameras Downfield. They've sold of Canada. They sold off the would bomb. They sold off the out. J. Them Nestled on twenty with pupils. One hundred hundred let themselves with the business championships. Actually with you. Get back to nine hundred eighty six. I started when the quad candidate. And they're still making the challenge but anyway southern this strategy this five year turnaround plan and the idea was by the end of twenty twenty. They would have they'd be you know they'd be back into having SPEC CASH. They could use to pay down the debt right. So we're all tracking along this way. And of course the rail business going to ride together just contractual delivery troubles so they have all of a sudden at twenty twenty figgers way. Wonky and it was so fun to read the Michael Story because the apple is so McCall was saying he segment strategy. This is not strategy. Ain't just has been almost fire sale. Just keep so to say that. I've been thinking about this philosophy days sadly I've been thinking this philosophy and it's like watching a horror movie right. We have saved these. Don't go into that darkened room with taps which don't turn your back on the camera. Don't gain that car in the history of bodies don't stretch the J. develop a new airborne. Don't leave your regional airline customer base behind to develop an airliner. Don't try to yourself that you're not competing with the HIP Hustler. Unless you all of this thinking I really still don't WanNa get in that car bombarded. They are now very focused on business. Va Shin. But I'm this is not the end of the store.

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Facebook to Pay $550 Million to Settle Facial Recognition Suit

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:05 min | 1 year ago

Facebook to Pay $550 Million to Settle Facial Recognition Suit

"About a decade ago. FACEBOOK started automatically tagging people whose faces its algorithms had recognized in our load photos at the time. It seemed like magic but this week facebook has agreed to pay five hundred fifty million dollars over claims that tool violated privacy rights the settlement is in Illinois which has strict laws protecting biometric data facebook revealed the settlement agreement at the same time as its quarterly financial central results. This week and they by the way showed that revenue was up twenty five percent to twenty one billion dollars at the end of last year for today's quality assurance. We have have Natasha Singh a tech reporter for the New York Times to explain what this settlement means so Illinois has the toughest biometric privacy law in the united. It states there are only three states. That have these kind of laws. And so by metric privacy pertains to your fingerprints or facial scans for facial recognition and and so in Illinois. The law says that companies can't collect that kind of information like facial data for facial recognition without getting written permission from someone and also they can't collect the data without telling somebody how long they're gonNA keep it and so facebook users in Illinois sued facebook facebook saying that it had collected their facial information and had not obtained there kind of affirmative optin permission and had not told them how long that facebook it was gonNA keep it Facebook says that these claims are not true but facebook said that it's settled this lawsuit because it was going to drag on and take up too much resources and it was better for everybody in the stockholders if they settled a lawsuit. Do you think the size of this facebook settlement might serve as a warning to other companies denise who considering this sort of technology it feels like maybe when facebook introduce things like facial recognition they were just looking at fun ways of using it and maybe some of the other implications are now coming to the lights if you think about a face print right it's like the facial equivalent of your fingerprints and you might wanNA use your fingerprint for fun ways but we kind of viscerally know Oh that your fingerprint has all kinds of implications in its unique so even the notion of facebook turning on facial recognition by default for fun things. This is problematic first of all Illinois but also to a lot of people who are concerned that the problem with facial recognition is that it can be used to identify people without their knowledge college at a distance and so it implicates your ability to be anonymous both online and in public. Do you think this will see companies. Basically defaulting to just not collecting acting any data like this the risk of it somehow being regulated in the future. Certainly I think companies that are having similar technology and they have Illinois when users must be thinking about it right because if you think about like doorbell camps which are spreading everywhere. Will Your Doorbell camera is GonNa Take images of people people and it's used for facial recognition right so that like it can recognize your babysitter so that they can come in in Illinois. You need consent for stuff like that. And so what does that mean for all kinds of vices that collect ambient biometric data I think we don't have the answer to that. I think that companies now because of the size is of the facebook settlement are going to have to think about what they're Illinois plan is. I can't imagine that they WANNA have one set of software for Illinois and another for the rest of the country. First of all you know that's just from a business perspective inefficient but second of all you know you don't want people in other parts of the country. Say Will you turn turned that offer Illiinois why you turned it off for us. And so we're seeing for example with the California Privacy Law that our number of companies Microsoft apple have said we're going to honor the rights under the California Privacy Law for everybody in United States. It feels like when we talk about these privacy stories we talk about you. Know the value of your privacy or the value of your day turn. It's always very hard to put a number on that. Do you think things like this Illinois settlement a starting to move in that direction and putting a dollar value on these things. So Oh I think the notion that there's a trade and you're trading your data for you know services and so you're giving up some of your privacy is the Silicon Valley framing that you're getting value for data but when we think of a trade you know what you're giving up and what you're getting but when you give up your data you have no idea how it's GonNa be used. It can be used perennially for all time for all kinds of purposes which you didn't give it and I would argue that it's not a trade. It's not fair trade and I would also argue that Data is not property in Europe. Security and privacy your fundamental human rights and we think of other fundamental human rights like the right of free speech. She wouldn't say I'm trading my free speech for facebook services so this notion that we're treating our right to privacy for services I think is just a problematic framing. That's Natasha Singh Tech reporter reporter for the New York Times. According to the Chicago Tribune a Federal Court judge must approved facebook settlement and then members of the class action filed claims for part of the money.

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Facebook forced to pay $550 million settlement over facial recognition lawsuit

Glenn Beck

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Facebook forced to pay $550 million settlement over facial recognition lawsuit

"Facebook has reached a tentative five hundred fifty million dollar settlement of an Illinois class action lawsuit alleging it wrongfully used its facial recognition technology on residents of the state the long running suit alleges the company violated to two thousand eight Illinois law prohibiting companies from collecting biometric data without user's consent Facebook by the way down six percent today on Wall

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EasyJet says it will operate net-zero carbon flights

BBC World Service

03:09 min | 2 years ago

EasyJet says it will operate net-zero carbon flights

"Europe's fifth biggest airlines announced it's going to become the world's first major airline to operate net zero common flights across its whole network bearing in mind that yeah travel is really in the sights of environmentalists as dirty and polluting that's going to be a big one Philip is here on the business as for the pension right you've been talking to them I have the alone will achieve this goal by offsetting the carbon emissions from the fuel used on all of its flights starting from today now it's done this at the same times it's come up with the tending souls to tell you about the endings news them the price of twenty six percent drop in net profit to twenty nineteen took down five hundred fifty billion dollars difficult summer of course Thomas cook situation making things very hard for Ole and lines I'm package tour operators right the way across the continent so I spoke to you have Lindgren who is easy chips chief executive officer awesome about both but I started out by asking to explain that plan for carbon neutrality so what we're doing if that's it from today we are all set thing older carbon emissions from our flights and that means that in in addition to everything else that we're doing in terms of reducing the carbon mission a pastor calamity which has been reduced by thirty four percent since two thousand we believe that we do more than any other airline when it comes to reducing our my meant to foot print but I must say also that we clearly recognize that that carbon offset thing is not a perfect solution is not to find the solution but it will help us to bridge two wars also getting into a new more exciting technologies like electric and hybrid flying which herbas just announced a couple of days ago that they're looking to have a hundred seater plane available on the market there is submission free from the twenty thirties so the this is the breaching step are we getting on to those technologies easyjet's also reported its profit today profit before tax plunged about twenty six percent taken to about five hundred fifty million dollars that said you were expecting a slight slowdown partly because of the Thomas cook experience over the summer so what is going on with easyjet itself well first of all I must say that I think we did a lot better than a number of other airlines out there it was a challenging year for the whole of European the animation industry and actually be looking at the performance that we had in the in the later part of the year the H. two we had a record results both in terms of profitability and then also in terms of the number of customers that we had and that was driven along by disabled help initiatives that we did a big focus on our self as being to reduce the cost for destruction which is delays on the cancellation and despite the overruled environment among the air traffic control centers around you're being unacceptable at we managed to reduce that calls by thirty seven million and and that is something that will suit improve the customer experience so so we've done a number of initiatives on our own to improve them and the foremost which means that we could then end up with or sold it wasn't the operand though the market guide them

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thursday morning to U. K. way news time six o'clock April and Marty here fox thirty one pinpoint weather jazzed about free freezing right now the current thirty three degrees we'll get up to the mid fifties today on our way to the mid sixties tomorrow our top story here on Colorado's morning news no charges in connection with the fatal officer involved shooting in Colorado springs divine Bailey was killed by officers back in August during a robbery investigation family's attorney talk with our partners at fox thirty one this is why we need to have a civil justice system because the criminal justice system is rigged in favor of police officers service we think this over and over and over again district attorney Dan may disagree saying he sure the grand jury investigation was impartial the grand jury is an absolute independent body this is their investigation this is their report my attorney actually works for the grand jury grand jurors are able to ask any questions they want Rangers are able to subpoena any witnesses they want body camera footage shows Bailey running from officers when they shot him three times in the back and once in the arm CS PD later found a gun in Bailey's plants here in Colorado over residents could find out today who will be the city's new leader yesterday was the deadline for those with ballot issues to get those results currently former congressman Mike Coffman is in the lead in the mayor's race by just a few hundred votes over Omar Montgomery numbers are expected to be posted sometime today but those results still won't be official that's because state law allows until November twenty seventh for them to be certified so far Montgomery has refused to concede chat Hoffman KO a news governor Paul is formally presented his proposed budget to the legislature yesterday his total request thirty four and a half billion dollars that's a two point nine percent increase over the current budget well there is five hundred fifty million dollars allocated for transportation the governor ordered lawmakers tore work with him on a better solution we want to work with you in thinking back on how we can actually solve the deficit we have and an address congestion and traffic in a meaningful way and we look forward to working with members of both sides of the aisle to what to do that the governor's budget also includes a two percent across the board pay raise and a proposal for paid family leave tomorrow the second public hearing in the impeachment inquiry however Capitol Hill still buzzing about yesterday's testimony Texas Republican John Radcliffe asked ambassador Taylor if you cranes presidents Lansky was lying when he said repeatedly that he had no knowledge of US military aid being withheld my time is short I have no reason to doubt what the president said the chairman Adam Schiff a California Democrat made the point to the state department's George can noting the Ukrainian president wouldn't dare cross president trump if you were to contradict president trump directly they would be sophisticated enough to know they may pay a very heavy price with this president were they not that's a fair assessment on Capitol Hill Mike Emanuel fox news we're also getting plenty of reaction from our own congressional delegation Democrat Dinah to get talked to our partners at fox thirty one she compared the proceedings to the Nixon impeachment Americal saw the the hearings and saw the witnesses testified for themselves and were able to judge the credibility of those witnesses that really impacted American cheese.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on The Journal.

"P. Morgan and Jeffrey Epstein so you look at. How did he make his wealth well? This is how he made his wealth. He was in the middle of deals and transactions and relationships with some some of the biggest financial institutions. Some of the richest people in the world not long after that Hedge Fund deal federal investigators began looking into claims that Epstein was sexually abusing underage girls claims the went back as far as two thousand in one and in two thousand seven after using his money to hire a high powered legal team F- seen reached a deal with federal prosecutors he later pleaded guilty to to charges of sexual crimes one involving miners and he served thirteen months in in jail so some people cut him off wexner cut him off. It took a long time to disentangle epsteins involvement with the wexner family it it was just very complicated and it took time but he he cut him off J._P.. Morgan cut him off later on the do bins had been involved with him after the guilty plea and they said they thought he'd rehabilitated himself and now they say they're horrified what they've heard about these new allegations J._p.. Morgan declined comment and the former head of J._p.. Morgan's private bank said he hasn't had contact with Epstein in several years also epsteins lawyers didn't respond to requests for comment last week at his bail. Hearing Epstein submitted a document listing his wealth at more than five hundred fifty million dollars prosecutors said the document was notable for what it did not include as for what it did it had no disclosures of art or a foreign accounts but but while he may have made money from other activities most of his wealth appears to have come from a small number of super rich clients the money plays such an important role in this allegedly dark life he led and so we wanted to understand. The money and when you really dig into it and you know we did he made the money in pretty legitimate ways right the private jets the big houses being able to bring young women who wanted to be actresses says and models into this opulent mansion. That's the potential connection between the two earlier this week Epstein was moved to a suicide watch unit after he was found unconscious in his cell.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Here & Now

"It was purchased in 2017 buy target for five hundred fifty million dollars. It's now in two hundred and fifty markets across the country. It's at over a thousand targets and other grocery stores and now Petco shipped members pay ninety nine dollar annual fee. They drop shopping lists on an app, then shoppers like Blakely use the app on their smartphones to fill the orders K. So I got the right Syria. There's a little scanner there. And so it alerts may AFA got the right thing. So because of the size and things like that. So if I had picked up the wrong size. It would not have made the little happy. Beep told me that was not right. And as we'll see unlike other services, shipped shoppers can interact with members in real time. It's an idea born of an experience that Birmingham native and high school dropout Bill. Smith had a few. Years ago. So my wife and our out on a Sunday afternoon with our one year old and our newborn child, and we were shopping in the store in both kids started crying, and it was this huge. Ordeal. And literally in the in the parking lot. I told my wife I said I'm going to solve this problem. They just like that just like that. So here we are in Birmingham. You reportedly when you sold the company made five hundred fifty million dollars, which I'm sure you're plowing a lot in that back until your future projects. But I'm betting a lot of people said, well, he's not staying in Birmingham. Hey, you are how much of that is a part of this that it's here so ship starting in Birmingham is really I believe the key to the success of the company, it is the culture here and culture in the south is treating people well and loyalty, and you know, an extra special touch as hopefully you felt while you're here, and I love Birmingham. So I grew up here. And I. AM so motivated to make this the best place it can possibly be. Target kept the ship headquarters in downtown Birmingham. Once a hub of the iron and steel industries. They brought in ships new CEO Kelly Caruso, we met her at the corner of twentieth street, and I and this quarter used to be called the heaviest corner on earth in the early nine thousand nine hundred four of the tallest billions of the south rose up simultaneously. So the John hand building was the tallest at twenty one stories, and it is what houses ship today tug about what ship has represented to revitalising Birmingham in bringing this new tech sector here about twelve thousand jobs that are in the tech sector today in Birmingham. And we've seen an increase of seventy five percent in the amount of engineering degrees coming out of Alabama colleges over the last five years. So really shipped has played an integral part in that. Let's go inside. Because many of those jobs are right behind these doors are hive of activity. Shift. Looks like a Silicon Valley startup kitchens with free candy rows of open cubicles Corey Jones, a local is one of the many engineers here. What is this meant to have these kinds of jobs here? It's nice just because we're finally being recognized for something other than like just being backwoods people. We're progressing civil come into here and sit down. But while the ship headquarters houses, programmers and engineers who constantly update the pricing software for items. It's the shoppers who make shift unique usually moms who want flexible schedules. They're paid a percentage of the shopping order plus tips, they have a personal relationship with members. This is what I call my mom job. So I'm a fulltime mom, and I'm a ship. Shopper win. I have time. And when muscular Lyles today Blakely shopping for an Marie lake Leigh's apsos Emily's list, and even which I'll to find items in while we shop Blakely.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KCRW

"But there was no way around it due to nine hundred ninety two US supreme court decision. However, a supreme court ruling last year cleared the way for the law to change. And now a new California law requires that out of state retailers collect sales taxes and pass the cash onto the state if they sell more than one hundred thousand dollars worth of goods per year in California or have more than two hundred transactions annually in the Golden State the gum. Offs expects to haul in about five hundred fifty million dollars per year for KCRW. I'm Eric Roy the nationwide college admissions scandal keeps on growing as KCRW's Larry parole reports while the latest developments involves a dental specialists with a practice in Ventura County who's accused of paying money to get his daughter into USC or hey, Sal, Saito has resigned ten days after being charged in a wide range in college admissions scandal. So Sita was placed on leave March twelfth the day. He was charged with conspiracy to commit racketeering. Rick singer was the leader of the scheme which included high profile Hollywood figures that wealthy. Individuals who paid singer to work bribes to get their kids into high profile university's officials say singer directed a payment of one hundred thousand dollars from a charitable account. He controlled to sports marketing company run by SALCEDO silicate admission of two students to UCLA as purported soccer recruits. Even though neither played soccer. One of those so-called recruits was Lauren Isaacson, the only time. Reports she joined the UCLA women's soccer program in two thousand seventeen. Prosecutors say though Isaacson did not play competitive soccer before she enrolled at UCLA but was listed for an entire season. As a midfielder on a team in two thousand seventeen Pac twelve website says she never saw any action Jackson's parents allegedly gave singers charity over twenty one hundred shares of Facebook stock valued at about two hundred and fifty.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Well, PBS and over three hundred fifty member stations embraced by America for so long for the price of a dollar thirty five per citizen per year. That's how much it costs just a dollar thirty five per person per year. They are on the chopping block with the new Trump budget. The detailed Trump proposal. They're going to take a third shot at cutting out federal funding for public broadcasting. Trump tried it in two thousand seventeen in two thousand eighteen hours twenty nineteen budget. May serve up some cuts for the corporation for public broadcasting Sy p. But remember Democrats now control the house? So it's likely that this will not pass, but still to have Paula Kruger. Who's the head of PBS step forward and say for this modest investment of a dollar thirty five per citizen per year public television provides School Readiness for children support for teachers and caregivers public safety communications and lifelong learning through high quality content to have her step forward. Like that does speak to the tough times that TBS feeling at least they feel some kind of threat. The sixteenth year in a row Americans named PBS and member stations number one in public trust among nationally known institutions. Well, isn't that? Nice. Anyway, there's a public television occasionally does find itself on the chopping block. And they do a lot of quality programming on PBS hard to believe that they would successfully cut that budget without getting a lot of blowback. That I mentioned Powerball lower. Do it Powerball jackpot has climbed to five hundred fifty million dollars. Seems like a lot of money. I think you could find a pretty well. I think you could find yourself to a better life. With five hundred and fifty million dollars. So it's a number that I can't even get my head. It is a big number market is a big number. If you're lucky enough to get it..

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Jo Foley kick it off with the Paul rottenest tip of the week. I've got three tips, and they're all XBox related. Actually have a fourth tip starting tomorrow. If you have a Spotify family account or premium account, you can get a free Google home mini for some reason. Check that. I I know it's. Yeah. It starts tomorrow. I don't know why. But you might as well get it. If you already paying for it. So why not anyway, but the rest of these are XBox related. So tomorrow was November first which means we switch over to a new month of games with gold, actually, the the first games are available today, and they're awesome. So be sure to get both of these battlefield one which is an incredible world where one shooter from a and I think it's only a year old to is free on Xbox One. And then the original assassin's creed which actually finished it's the only assassin's creed game. I refinished is available on Xbox One and also on a XBox backward. Compatibility and on XBox three sixty version or is it because it's the first one the XBox three. Sixty was the only version that was out at the time. Greg the other two games. I don't personally care about. But they're not available yet anyway. But those two the other those two are blocked. That is excellent. The other two are Microsoft couple of years ago. Started a new indie game program called idiot. Xbox they've done suppressed one thousand indie games on the platform. Some of these games are Xbox One Xbox One some of them are windows ten summer. Both the most notable of courses Cup, Ed which is is big enough that it's almost like a mainstream, you know, AAA title. But there are a bunch of other awesome games in idea. Xbox. You know, the inside is a great example is another game I finished, which is absolutely fantastic. But this, you know. That was an amazing says. Yeah. Yep. Lots of lots of really cool games in there. So we sure to check those out, and then if you are a red dead redemption to fan, it seems like a lot of you are because it just made seven hundred and fifty million bucks. What I yeah. Yeah. So call it duty the new call due to gain made something like five hundred or five hundred fifty million dollars this first weekend of availability. These these deduction made seven hundred and something million. I don't know the exact number but read deduction to if you do buy this game through actually, I'm not sure the exact date US and Canada, you get a hundred bucks off any Xbox One. So Xbox One s Xbox One x either one. So if you're not in the platform yet, this might be a good time to go in that direction. And then the pick of the week is actually it's actually not I've never tried. I plan never to try..

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Because how would they know? But it may just by luck of the draw. Like last year, you would never pay levian bell big money if you were team ex- needed running back because you could just draft one in the second third or fourth round. Right. Well this year if you go there like. Five draftable running backs. I'm just throwing out some arbitrary number. Well, you know, we have all this cap space. Why don't we just pay Levy on bell? I did the math the other day because I was doing something about the raiders in the Niners. The raiders of the Niners six and seven team with cap space in the league projected cap space. Now, obviously that changes as teams cut players but projected right now the top five teams, I think it's like indie buffalo Cleveland and the jets. And one more team the cardinals or just another team with a rookie quarterback. They have over five hundred fifty million dollars cap space. There's going to be historic amount of calf. And then I think the raiders were seventy in the nine hundred sixty three million dollars. So that's another. You know? I mean, we're talking hell almost seven hundred million dollars a cap space. Just the top seven teams. There is going to be so much money out there that maybe it's not crazy. Like, if you're the raiders or you're the jets, actually, the jets ROY names. Okay. But Indies run game doesn't look that bad either. Maybe this raiders, it's not crazy the rate or sign Levy on bell. They're going to need something a little splashy Gruden loves offense players. They're going to have a lot of money. Maybe they give them like twelve million dollars a year for three or four years. Gruden clearly doesn't care about character. So yeah. Maybe Levy on Bill question is Sean McDermott atop ten NFL coach. I think he'd be up there. If you went Bella check, Andy Tomlin, Pete. Who am I missing here? Mcveigh? I so go Zimmer. I know people crush McCarthy. But you know, as resumes speaks for itself Tomlin's kind of fallen out of favor. Did I say I said, Andy. And if see west number coaches AFC south, not your NFC south, Sean Payton, clearly a top four or five coach might be might be the second best coach. I think Ron Rivera is really good. Cutter. No who's the other south team out. Dan quinn. I think's really good too. I know there Lou. Yes. I'd say he's top fifteen. I think Sean McDermott good. So I think he has the opportunity to become one teams tough team plays hard. The question for him is going to be. He clearly like is organization clearly liked Josh Allen. And they've gone all in all their chips on the table. When you take number seven overall, I think that could end up being his undoing now, maybe he'd tell you. They had experience with the inaccurate quarterback in Carolina when he was defensive coordinator. I'm just trying to defend if I'm Sean McDermott. I'm not saying I agree with that. Because Josh Allen isn't anywhere near Cam Newton. I just at the end of the day. I just don't think they're gonna be able to win with Josh Allen. But I'm with you top ten. No. But he's a he's a really good coach. He's actually done a hell of a job. Last two years. You just watch them. They're well coached tough. They play hard. First time longtime big fan of Colin big fan of you as well. Sliding into my dance. What's up? What have you thought of the colts? So far is Andrew luck back talked about that earlier. What would you rate Frank right out of tens? Oh, four agree with this. A lot of questions in this outside of the chiefs wants the old gold guard falls off retires or the colts one of the faves in the AFC. I will say this. I hit on Andrew luck a lot earlier. If they can just continue to build this off season..

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Lawrence Summers, Carlos Gutierrez and Mike Pompeo discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Lawrence Summers, Carlos Gutierrez and Mike Pompeo discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"And seven thirty am in hong kong nine thirty am here in sydney paul allen and i'm doug krizner at bloomberg world headquarters in new york at the top of the hour we'll get the open of cash markets in tokyo sydney and seoul in two hours time china hong kong and we'll be back from a holiday and i guess about an hour and a half taiwan will begin trading they had the dragon boat festival holiday yesterday so this is going to be the first opportunity for them for those markets to react to the escalating standoff on trade between china and the us and speaking of tension between the us and china z t will be a stock to watch in the china's session today shares have been clobbered since they resumed trading last week now the us senate has passed a defense bill that would reimpose us penalties on c t you might recall the president trump lifted sanctions on the company is part of a trade negotiator with china will have more on that story coming up in a moment when we check markets with bryan curtis right now this hour's top business stories is the war of words continues and is heating up between the us and china of a trade secretary of state mike pompeo today calling china's appeals for more trade over this quote a joke pompeo made those comments and mitch michigan where businesses would likely be hit hard by a trade war with china in the meantime makes commerce secretary carlos gutierrez says investors ignore trade developments at their own peril people are talking about whether we're going to be in a trade war whether a trade war is coming make no doubt the trade wars here we are in a trade war and i'm surprised that it's taken the market so long to recognize that guitarists is currently the coach at albright stonebridge group are got a warning today from the former us treasury secretary lawrence summers he says developed countries are not prepared for the next economic downturn and he says that central banks should be wary of raising interest rates just because inflation is slightly hot google is investing five hundred fifty million dollars in cash in china's jd dot com that's says the us.

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 Flea-Market App Mercari Jumps More Than 70% in Tokyo Debut

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

04:24 min | 3 years ago

Flea-Market App Mercari Jumps More Than 70% in Tokyo Debut

"A m tuesday morning right here in hong kong members shot celebrity and i'm bryan curtis we've got an hour and a half to go before we get trading started in tokyo sydney and seoul and then three hours before hong kong and shanghai opened up futures flat australian futures up but for the china markets and hong kong and taiwan could get a little ugly today i ate really trade on these trade tensions boiling over so we'll see with doug krizner he'll step in just a moment but for now the top stories we're gonna warnings from former us treasury secretary lawrence summers says developed countries are not prepared for the next economic downturn and he says central banks should be wary of raising interest rates just because inflation is slightly halt and speaking of hot the war of words between the united states and china over trade is heating up secretary of state mike pompeo pay mike pompeo weighed in today he called china's appeals for more trade openness a joke pompeo was commenting in michigan where businesses would likely be hard hit by a trade war with china in the meantime x commerce secretary carlos gutierrez says that investors ignore trade developments at their peril people are talking about whether we're going to be the trade war whether a trade war is coming make no doubt the trade wars here we are in a trade war and i'm surprised that it's taken the market so long to recognize that gutierrez is currently co chair at albright stonebridge group google investing five hundred fifty million dollars in cash into china's jd dot com that says the us giant pushes deeper into online commerce do companies plan to explore joint development of retail solutions in south east asia the united states and europe while big japanese tech ipo debuts today we're talking here about macari which you might describe as sort of combination of ebay and oetzi startup is already valued at a billion dollars bloomberg's david and glass in tokyo says there's a lot of excitement about it today incites basically says you have about two hundred forty unicorns in the world one hundred fifteen of those in the us seventy in china nine india two in japan this is the other one of the two and i'm sure you haven't even heard if the other one preferred network so it is a big deal here is the biggest tech ipo since line listed about two years ago all right well what we have also is essentially a mixed and for us stocks probably more down than anything else got more from bloomberg's charlie pellett in this wall street wrap it was a mixed day on wall street with the dow and snp lower nasdaq advanced amid the escalating protectionist standoff between china and the united states greg valliere is chief global strategist at horizon investments at some point i think somebody is going to have to cry uncle and i think these terrorists hurt china germany much of the eu more than they heard us so at some point they may relent they may agree to some compromises but sadly we're not there i think this story gets worse before it gets better the s and p five hundred index down five a drop of two tenths of one percent the dow down one hundred three down four tenths of one percent nasdaq off by half a point in new york charlie pellett all right we've got some breaking action and also look at the markets here thirty three minutes past the hour let's get right over to doug krizner in a rebuke ryan to president trump the us senate has voted to pass the defense authorization bill that restores penalties on the chinese telecommunications giant z t e we'll have more on that as we continue here on daybreak asia and energy stocks we were talking about overall weakness in the us equity market energy proved to be the bright spot that we had crude oil trading higher by one point two percent in new york recovering from a big selloff in the friday session we were down about two point eight percent we've got this key opec meeting coming up and producer said to be discussing a smaller than expected boost to oil production wti right now sixty five seventy six so you wanna know what we're likely to face australia in about an hour and twenty five minutes from now i know the.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on First Things First

"He he didn't really mean it so you can't depend on bob mcnair it's really disappointing because i just think that houston fans and the players take note this owner is all right this is this what he stands for and this is what he's about now when he came into the national football league he didn't have no finance plane he asked him how much it was it was five hundred fifty million dollars he brought out his checkbook didn't have an entourage of people with them in ownership meeting filled out the check and slid it across now that don't make him no genius that just makes him rich and to me just makes him naive in ridge because in the environment that we're in he had not he could a level set everything yeah those comments right there even though they used to become as they used to use i realize right now how fensive they are but he really doesn't see that this is who he is houston texans this this is owners fans this owners the players that played for the texans are anyone ever might wanna play for the texans this is the guy who owns your team don't think he's going to change in reason why why he's not going to change this because it's hard for rich people to change all right it's hard for them and you could see that in common there's one other comment he made which i think even if people don't like the inmates running the prison comment they might have read the wall street journal interview and say oh he makes good point which was he's like we don't let employees express their political views when they're at work and he used the example someone goes to mcdonald's mcdonald's would never let their employees hand them the burger and be like it shouldn't eat me or add some political opinion why do you have that.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"Much at stake in saudi arabia becoming a more modern countryman but better accommodating the modern world that i think anybody who wants that more modern saudi arabia has to worry that this young man is taking on more than he can then he can handle but you know that's the question for the future the trump administration has embraced him thou trump jared kushner his soninlaw clearly see nbs as a kindred spirit one thing i hope we'll come out of this visit is that as he travels around the country goes to boston new york it's looking valley he'll meet a lot of other americans outside the orbit of the trump allied house and maybe we'll make some some new contacts friendships alliances for saudi arabia to change in the ways that we've talked about it needs a broad base of support in the muslim world and in the us what's up trump doesn't come away thinking maybe he should lago bunch of rich people up in a hotel and you know maybe jeff bezos well it would be bad for the ritz carlton they lock them up in the trump towers yeah that'd be trump towers so the critics of nbs say you know the saudis for a long time have been talking reform but they don't deliver those point to the fact that new anticorruption campaign you talked about he locked up three hundred eighty one wealthy saudis at the ritz until they repaid one hundred billion in in restitution but not long ago he spent five hundred fifty million dollars on a mega yacht that he spotted when he was on vacation some of the people he locked up were reportedly tortured one died you know the saudis still behead and stone people as young as fifteen years old as punishment how do we grade progress made verse the status quo and saudi arabia versus the western standards which i think we all would say they're not where we need to be well saudi arabia shadley every country in the middle east is a long way from where we would think they ought to be in terms of basic human rights in terms of the structure their legal system.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"However that emphasis on age just put it into perspective whereas ethiopia where rex tillerson was yesterday has received five hundred fifty million dollars from the united states recently china has put an estimated fifteen billion into the country at the same time trump administration as being keen to make cuts to diplomacy and foreign assistance in in africa so if you look at this this whole thing from from the point of view of african leaders watson moi's rex tillerson half to offer to them i think all that you're seeing is a bit of appearances for the cameras at this point behind the scenes there may be discussions on a number of issues that are concerned to african states of concerns for example about poverty alleviation concerns for example about the medical crises medical issues we've seen across the continent in recent years and just questions about cooperation between african states where you've had a region which has had quite a bit of turbulence to say the least but i think more than that no i i think very few african leaders like others around the world were expecting much of a breakthrough from the trump administration in terms of american approach and as you quite rightly say given that the state department is being cut by more than thirty percent in the proposed trump budget given that a lot of those cuts fall upon aid and assistance i think the idea of monks african waiters as they just hope that the american stay in the game to a certain extent and dope put too much emphasis on the of the heavy.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"The things he bought a good thing with the hurricanes i would hope so for five hundred fifty million dollars but his focus now is making a good thing great for him that starts with the fan experience i don't think i'm happy with what a fan guts when they come here tonight and other than the great hockey we need to do more than that and that's our focus right now is we wanna make sure when someone comes here they feel like they got value you got entertainment they want to tell their friends and they want to come back it's always interesting to get to know new owners and i think that one area it's been exploited in other sports you know there's a lot better than i do wait another sports you know the owners in football the owners are stars now in the nhl players are stars coaches are stars gm's or stars team presidents in some ways are stars we don't know a whole lot about the owners but i think that's changing and that's why i really enjoyed the opening of thirty one thoughts this week with a piece on thomas dondon carolina hurricanes majority owner i do get a little bit weird though when they start to see an owner come in and start throw around big terms and talk about big improvements because the last guy did that ended up getting villy line o and christian ehroff on huge contract and that was terry for gulu with the buffalo sabres what did you learn about done that in this piece i don't think he's going to follow the same path is terry producer probably because i think people will tell him and when i asked him what was.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Exchanges at Goldman Sachs

Exchanges at Goldman Sachs

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Exchanges at Goldman Sachs

"And even if it is irreversible it may or may not be attractive at a given moment in time and so i think investors viewing this moore's a process that over time portfolios will migrate into segments that they find particularly appealing from an impact reaced g point of view but they recognize it as a multiyear processed currently the very best performing investment in the entire mcknight endowment is one of our impact investments so that was an example of actually something that came in through the impact investing door and were actually moving it into the main body of the endowment at a much higher allocation because it has performed so well for us he's got and he's seeing shifts in the way investors in year fund look at the space will there is an increasing recognition inc that investors don't have to sacrifice returns for impact and think that has taken a while to demonstrate yearoveryear in that kind of experience but i think there's another shift in that investors are recognising that they face higher risks if they remain exposed to hike carbon intend to the industries it used to be that they could believe they could ignore the potential risk associated with the cost of carbon i think most people now recognize whether it's in this administration or the next or the one after that at some point there's going to be a social cost a carbon imposed on them in that poses a financial risk that investors who are looking over the longer term are now recognizing hugh the last time you're on the podcast more than two years ago goldman sachs asset management or g sam just inquired imprint capital and impact investing adviser with five hundred fifty million dollars of assets today g sam overseas ten point five billion dollars in explicit e s g and impact investing assets what's behind this massive growth.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"This took me by surprise like everybody i think we're seeing the end of these saudi ruling family that is a family that alternated power between different streams and solve problems by consensus and we're seeing the rise of the been soman saudi arabia that one family is going to rule that really i mean he's talking they're trying to bring saudi arabia forward he's trying to talk about moderate moderate islam i have never lot of sympathy with that um i think that that uh i'd be interviewed him twice the crown prince i think he's got good instincts on some of these issues where the big picture we were showing his like the one of the world's wealthiest man who's now under arrest who is investor in we'll absolute also the whole thing was ease arrested for corruption now the crown prince you remember a few months ago bought a yacht off for five hundred fifty million dollars you think that came out of his 401 k you know so the idea that these people be arrested for corruption which is basically the grease that be that system work is is really a bit hard to believe but the most important thing really for me understand is that this country needed reform you've been someone didn't exist someone would have had to invent him okay it me look at the last three kings of saudi arabia one re when died at ninety one died at eighty four in the current one is eighty one think of all the changes in the world this country needed reform i think that's good but he is taking on so many things at once and so many people at once i really worry that the wheels are gonna come on humphrey was could talk to think very much pleasure we know a quarter pages testimony before the house intelligence committee we're gonna going through the transcript we just got this details on that coming up as well as the latest on the church shooting investigation including the new information on the gunman's domestic abuse conviction in a military cordon how he was apparently still allowed to buy guns.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"This took me by surprise like everybody i think we're seeing the end of these saudi ruling family that is a family that alternated power between different streams and solve problems by consensus and we're seeing the rise of the been soman saudi arabia that one family is going to rule that really i mean he's talking they're trying to bring saudi arabia forward he's trying to talk about moderate moderate islam i have never lot of sympathy with that um i think that that uh i'd be interviewed him twice the crown prince i think he's got good instincts on some of these issues where the big picture we were showing his like the one of the world's wealthiest man who's now under arrest who is investor in we'll absolute also the whole thing was ease arrested for corruption now the crown prince you remember a few months ago bought a yacht off for five hundred fifty million dollars you think that came out of his 401 k you know so the idea that these people be arrested for corruption which is basically the grease that be that system work is is really a bit hard to believe but the most important thing really for me understand is that this country needed reform you've been someone didn't exist someone would have had to invent him okay it me look at the last three kings of saudi arabia one re when died at ninety one died at eighty four in the current one is eighty one think of all the changes in the world this country needed reform i think that's good but he is taking on so many things at once and so many people at once i really worry that the wheels are gonna come on humphrey was could talk to think very much pleasure we know a quarter pages testimony before the house intelligence committee we're gonna going through the transcript we just got this details on that coming up as well as the latest on the church shooting investigation including the new information on the gunman's domestic abuse conviction in a military cordon how he was apparently still allowed to buy guns.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"What's going to happen in the ico space and what percentage will start without what percentage of these ico 's do you think will ever release a product and which one of them will ever let me run through these soviets with accomplices line is the perfect segue at so i was one of the founding board members of master coin jr willet of master coin invented the ico we did the first ico in june of 2013 he could pull up the done i've been obviously in the ico markets since day one eight years a a i think interesting data that will tell you why and what this is happening at the key here is that venture capital came into the block chain ecosystem in 2013 i in 2014 we took in capital that was very similar to the internet 1995 in 20 15 we took in capital that was very similar to the internet ninety six the difference is back then it cost you five million dollars to make a website to sell shoes online because of opensource because of you know sas because of amazon web services and all these other things that are coming you can build businesses for a small amount of money but what you'll see is it wet essentially flat last year we didn't see an increase of venture capital flowing into the industry but what we did see was a continued influx of entrepreneurs and the quality of entrepreneurs continuing to increase and so this is to be clear there's one hundred thirty two deals in 2016 for five hundred fifty million dollars i venture capitalist into block chain crypto companies yeah this is not ico offerings yet is a failure capital enter capital at the space has flattened so this is what happened is v sees we're not seeing.

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"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on The Daily

"Abortion is actually a very small part of that lim cake and it's also a very small part of what planned parenthood does so in that sense i guess you're right it is seemingly a side issue but of very politically the bis inside issue and it's an issue that isn't attention grabber it's a headline grabber it's something that both sides can sum up in a sound bite whereas the larger health care bill is maybe a confusing pictures okay and can we back up a little bit in can you just tell us what exactly does the senate bill proposed to do to planned parenthood okay so the senate bill would cut off funding for planned parenthood and planned parenthood gets about five hundred fifty million dollars a year in federal funding and the bill would cut it off although only for just one year okay and that's kind of a very interesting note the bill would cut off funding for only one year in fact because it would be very expensive to cut off funding for more than that the congressional budget office has noted that cutting off funding for planned parenthood longer than a year would actually increase federal spending on health care because so many women who were using planned parenthood's get birth control would not get birth control and therefore more babies would be born in those babies would be covered by medicaid so this clearly is not about saving money no this is clearly an ideological site now i'll decide in front of us feels like a climax as a really long sought battle between proabortion an antiabortion groups talk a little bit about what led up to this really high stakes moment in front of us.

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