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iPhone Users Who Experienced 'Batterygate' Can Now File to Receive Around $25 Settlement From Apple
"You've got caught in the Columbus Battery Gate Calamity. Get ready to grab a little dory me. A very little DOE ray me. And Gadget says there's a site setup that'll let victims of the slow ness apply for as much as twenty five dollars. If? You're not sure what we're talking about. This was the thing where apple slowed the performance of some iphones and didn't tell anybody they were doing that. Then it got caught doing that and said it was sorry. Launched a battery replacement program for affected phones and Gadget says. Apple agreed to pay up to five hundred million dollars to US consumers as part of a settlement that came out of its iphone Battery Gate Saga. That happened at the beginning of March of this year. which fun fact was ninety seven years ago? To qualify for a payment report says you must either currently have or previously owned an iphone, six iphone, six plus iphone six as iphone, six S, plus and or an iphone s e, the ran IOS tend to dot one or later before the twenty first of December twenty seventeen. Also included iphone seven and I phone seven plus models that ran IOS. Eleven thought two or later before. December twenty, first twenty seventeen. You must have also experienced. Diminished performance on your device. Settlement sites. FAQ Says Apple will provide a cash payment of approximately twenty five dollars per eligible device. If you want in on that stack, Lincoln's and gadget says you have until the sixth of October to submit a claim at that point, you can expect payment at some point after the fourth of December. That's when a judge will sign off on the settlement. Provided. There aren't any appeals.
Fresh update on "five hundred million dollars" discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"GUARANTEE FROM NFL DOT COM if a player has released, but is currently unable to perform football duties. I doesn't pass a physical. As a result of the team activities, the players entitled to any money contract. Contract protected against injury and injury. Only guarantee is the most common in terms of partially guaranteed money, or what if he gets cut and they don't like him. Let let alone if he can't pass the physical. What if he somehow in there is doesn't live up to the expectation level. Do they still owe him that money? Or is it strictly an injury thing? That's why I don't love the way. The media has been rolling out these contracts. Don't love the way I think it's confusing, isn't it's already confusing enough, but when you say. The overall guarantee, and then we keep hearing these this injury guarantee. There's no way on tbn said though. I WANNA know a Patrick mahomes overall guarantees like they've only say he gets cut tomorrow. What does he get? What is what what is guaranteed to him? This is from sports illustrated day. Say if a player has guaranteed money for injury in there, healthy than the money guaranteed for injury is lost when the players cut. Yeah, that's what I'm saying, so we need to know. Know what the guaranteed money is. We haven't been told what guaranteed money is for anybody because I said what's Patrick? mahomes guarantee going to be at us, two hundred million guarantee, or whatever, because that was the number there aiming for going into this off season, everybody was saying no Patrick Mom's GonNa get two hundred, million guaranteed a million guaranteed. You look at salary cap saying. Saying no chance and I. Think at this extend Odeal. Half a billion dollars in other campaign was the injury guarantees one hundred and forty minutes like well. What's the actual? I'd like to hear what the fuck and actual guarantee is, and I would assume at this point. Patrick Mahomes and the chiefs don't want people to know what the actual guarantee is. Its and we've moved. moved past it. Hey, here's the injury guarantee now there's really no upside to letting out. What the actual guarantees I feel like. We missed it already for the Patrick. Mahomes. Deal. Who knows if we'll do that for the deck deal on the opposite side of that? Do you think that agents are trying to figure out what that guarantee is? Ask so that they can. They can study the contracts. All these contracts are put out there like they I. Don't know if it's full. Contract is out there yet or not, but Guy Andrew Brandt I'm sure could tell you that. Did you ever get any contract. He signed you along deal, didn't he? Andrew, Andrew, was there when I signed my rookie deal? Yeah, he said you came in. You just got done with a workout like classic Aj. Work harder and everybody. Signed my rookie contract, fifth, overall sweating and in sweats. Here you go thanks a lot. Indra! See You later told us that story, but was there any? Did you have any interesting negotiations with buddy? Did you re up with the packers? yeah, after the Super Bowl right before the lockout happened I signed a new four or five year deal with them took couple pay cuts with them and the couple years after that. Oh so they're like. Hey, Jay, by the way what we said and what we need, we need to potentially re-, number I got it, I get it. I knew it was coming. I, understood I didn't take it personal. See for me my first after the franchise tag the deal that was being. Negotiated or whatever? I wanted it to be at a price in. This is gonNA. Sound very interesting to people because you would assume that everybody just wants as much money as possible. I wanted to be at a price where if I had to three bad games that I wasn't potentially just going to be like. Hey, this guy's cap casualty for now because there's some kickers and punters that come in, and they set the bar for much money they make. Let's say you what you have one little. Little drought there'll be a cap casualty conversation in our position, so you get out so like finding that number where it's like you're comfortable. You're making enough money where you feel like you're. You're worth is being respected, but also let's not get too much. Because boy, there's either renegotiation or cut coming those things really by people in the ASS in my position. I didn't know that you had to renegotiate with the packers. If you times, it's like Tom Brady. It's all Tom Brady. It's looking at the homes deal like at Sport Track Dot, com, which has like breakdown all the deals so in two thousand twenty two. If he's released, it's a thirty one million dollars against the cap to them. Dead Cap it every single year after that it's two million dollars or less to the team if they cut him after. What's all the money going into twenty twenty, two in that cap hit so so five million, this upcoming season twenty, five million, a year after twenty, twenty two is thirty two million dollars sixty two million. Right there right? If I just did the math real quick so at sixty two million dollars. I don't know if that's guaranteed, but I'm saying if they cut him any year after that it's only two million dead. House only two million dead cat. I'm excited to see if this is one of those like classic NFL contracts half a billion dollars four million guaranteed. That's how contracts always used to be yelling. Out what's that they definitely used to be that way were all the non likely to be earned incentives were there now? It doesn't happen as much, but they can still finagled a little bit. That's an interesting little sport track thing there that digs is pulled up there. That makes no sense how they negotiated that deal Andy. Reid each. When we talked to Chris Ballard, who just got voted amongst all the other executives as the most trusted executive or something like that apple's coach GM front of the show he talked about I asked him I was like. Who who do you look around at a GMC? Oh, I can learn something from that person whatever he said. Vh is a wizard when it comes to contracts and drafting and everything like that, so you put him in read together, I assume it's probably helping out a bit. Well they. Let, you know. What I'm almost seasick over here. Every seven to eight seconds. You get blurry over there. You don't know what's going on with that. but Dennis seem like Patrick Mahomes. He is like it's a fared you negotiate. You want both sides to feel like. They reached a fair agreement to both feel somewhat happy or satisfied with. It seems like Patrick Mahomes seems very happy with his supposed- five hundred million dollars in the chief seen Mike Okay. We structured this thing we made it work to where we can. Still so out the rest of our roster anytime you see the player incredibly happy about the deal that they just signed. And then you hear people talking about how the player got ripped off somehow. Somehow. That's probably a sign of like okay. A deal was happy on both sides here like the five hundred and two million dollar price tag on that deal. I don't care how much you think. It's potentially going to lose out on. Because they did a such a long term deal. Let's say they lose out on fifty million dollars potentially, which is a lot of money in a massive amount of money, but if you look at the deal and being able to sign for five hundred million dollars in the middle of a pandemic Anna Quarantine I think that is a good deal i. if I am going from. No money to five hundred million dollars over the next ten years. I don't know how to say this like I understand that the stats and math and people can on paper what you say if that's a good deal or bad, but if somebody is agreeing to pay you five hundred and two million dollars, and you don't come from a bazillion. In its to do something that you're very good at and a lot of other people do it for a lot less, and you'll be at the top. That's a good deal of Maya's like that is like five hundred two million dollar deal is a good deal. Now granted, this thing could be loaded with incentives at aren't attainable like you talked about how old school contracts used to be but God? Damn him, getting five hundred million dollar offer that she's being able to keep their guy for long term I mean it does feel like this is a win win, but all these people I think who are bad at. Or maybe have never been a part of an actual negotiation in like may be coming to an agreement from a business standpoint in their jobs just to talk about things, but they don't actually do said things..
Amazon will pay $500M in bonuses to workers powering the company through the pandemic
"Amazon his DECI decide to pay five hundred million dollars into bonuses. To workers most expose during Rona. It's giving out one time bonus to its front line employees. Now. This is interesting. Is being given to those most at risk for contracting contracting. Rona who worked for the company through June? This is a parent reversal for the company following weeks of criticism for cutting it's. Grown vires hazard pay. Even as a pandemic has continued, Amazon had to eliminate. It's two dollar an hour hazard pay. starting on June first After I instituted higher wages. In mid March there has pay increases already cost the company hundreds of millions of dollars and so anyway I guess as as a bit of a reversion here. who how it's going to work fulltime Amazon, workers, whole foods, employees delivery service partner drivers will get five hundred dollars. While, they're part-time counterparts. Counterparts will receive two fifty. Amazon! Employees. Leadership positions will get a thousand dollars. I'm sure those folks were in. exposed to people delivery service partner owners will get three thousand and Amazon flex drivers who worked for more than ten hours June will get each a hundred and fifty bucks
Fresh update on "five hundred million dollars" discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"There's a lot more guys who are just doing it themselves. Swatow Taylor. There's a lot of money way more than an acting. Hollywood isn't pro sports. You're talking about. I've seen money in this tablet I mean you talking about young men who are twenty, six, twenty, four, who has forty million fifty dollars in the bank? Right. A. Few between I mean you know if? If you like the average salary, and then they're also not the best financial planner so I don't know if. I'd say it's very rare that forty fifty dollars we're talking about. I mean Pat. Homes just signed the biggest. You know contract in American history. What is? I think the deal. Overalls worth five, hundred million over ten. Oh, my God and then then Dak Prescott for boys. They've been trying to do a long term deal. This sound crazy of Julie. They offered on my guaranteed. Like four years hundred million dollars guaranteed. You turned it down. What her son, a million dollar contractor down the NFL. How do you turn that down? He thinks he make more so what they're gonNa do if you don't come to deal what teams can. Apply to the franchise tax up to pay the highest. You know so make so. It's a one year deal. They Franchise Tag. Him made like thirty three million this year. That's your show you. How rare of an absolute here's I guess right? How reliable zoology the market shows you! The market for good quarterback did to me. He's not even a top guy you know he's. Now, he's never won. A playoff game is the best online in the fucking in the world has a the best run running back. Some would say is good defense coaching, and he goes eight, eight or nine, and seven doesn't win a playoff game so. Damn. Damn so fascinating. No wonder you WANNA be a pro football player. Because if you do get that certain Donald. Donald C dot. That's the problem that's like saying. I want to be a comedian because Kevin Hart makes. What you're looking at beat you're going to be. Dispatched mahomes makes five. Hundred million in ten years. You most of those players are in and out of the League in two and a half three years. Up Savings. Over for instance Dak Prescott. He's been on his rookie contract for the past. I want to say four years. He's been with the Dallas cowboys in total from the cowboys. He's made two point seven million dollars. That's it that's it man, so you cannot have access that's not. You're not you give him around. Here has outside incentives in Dortmund deals like Campbell soup and stuff, but you know if on your rookie deal. You're not making a ton of money. Man, prove yourself, and that's like Patrick Mahomes. They think he's the future and he's GonNa. Be the greatest ever. They pay what he's worth. Lombardo started. A lot most guys aren't making those crazy crazy deals. Allowing. I guess there's more guaranteed money now. Thanks to their NFL. Blair's Association, BUT BASKETBALL BASEBALL GUARANTEED MONEY SON, so if I play for the nuggets, one game and I signed a four year deal for two hundred million dollars, and I rolled my ankle I. break my leg. You'll meet two hundred million dollars to really yeah. The mets are still paying Bobby Baena What yeah from, excess. But football if you get injured. You get damn loopholes. Nothing's guaranteed like when you site like that's what's crazy about data contract I can't believe you signed. He didn't sign it guaranteed a million dollars to one hundred million cake mark. Talking money well, what he's saying is I'll take the franchise tag, so pay me whatever thirty two million this year with my endorsement deals I'll make another million, and then if you want in French and not give me another big deal next year you have to franchise tag me again. which would be another forty million dollars like so? I'M GONNA. Make about the same without signing long-term beal. How long is the deal? For One? Hundred Nine, I was four or five years. It seemed like a good deal again i. don't think he's that great. Sign the Fuckin- deal Yup. Because with football. You can get hurt so easily now the one thing about taxes. He doesn't get hurt. He's never missed a game. He's healthy. Big Guy. Sturdy like I think six to two thirty like sturdy Mililani. An eye peripheral revision see when over went. Some is coming and being. It's excellent I ain't. That was pay manning? His gift was his ability to cut. Before. Other people could see when he was about hit and embrace himself. That's he. Hit blindside. Fuck up! Professionals! Everyone knows that, but the thing with. The same with Tom Wow. anyways. Some gravy like but but again like Tom. Brady was so good at it because he knew when to get rid of the ball, he did take big hits yet. Next Prescott again. Here's the best line in the League is the best running back new week, so there's not that much pressure to get the job done paid. Many had great. Offense aligns great receivers, great running backs Tom Brady. Had you know? Yet he had a good team in great coaching great. Jane plants up like that. Yeah. I guess are working on footwork fucking relief. I WANNA make some money i. I know I was watching Patrick mahomes using the celebrity Gulf being live sports all anything at this fucking point, so they had patrick. Mahomes on there. They had maybe degrees was playing John smoltz some other. STEPH! Curry was playing, but also you could tell like like. Is a guy who knows he's making five hundred million dollars. Hidden the ball like. You know like thank you speak out. A. FUCKING AMAZING! Why because you win the Super Bowl Super BP in the just signed a ten year deal with five hundred million the biggest. He's also a good looking dude, and he's got the whole world is. The football players again I? Don't have direct spirits that when you're up all star football player, you're basically. You're basically the your your. You've been treated like a trends a since. You were sixteen. Before that I mean if you're. If you're if in you know pop warner little, Leaguer if your freshmen in highschool in your on Varsity or stunt its. Adrian Adrian Peterson. You've been treated like like just a royalty man in Oakland. That's truly like He. You're just a hero everywhere. You Walk Oh, and by the way you're STUDT. You're also A. Do. Not Button. Now I need you, so you've been watching bolers. I'm usually calm down 'cause. That's an older show too so I need you to calm down and they have the I think the rocks agent in it, so you got to calm down I won't come to. The wrong his acting is. He could use all due respect. I loved the not hold on before you came on. He's the highest paid actor ball time go. Just. I just he could've used a little brian count. Workshop. Just little tweaks I WANNA. Just debris has. been like Germany or like a great. Aker. I think he's just coasting in that bullshit. Show I think he was so busy that he just had time to show up and do lots. That's what I hear. Yeah, every doing everything I don't know how he fucking did it to. You show because that's that. TV show that there's a lot in. Your. I can see how the shot at and it's actually heavy acting. It's not easy, so he had he was doing all these movies and that that's that's a heavy load. That's a heavy load. Considering that's what I need is I could see. He was very probably exhausted. Probably like didn't have time to do. Ten takes, and just like. Let's go. Yeah, but yet you love the show so I. Love The show and I love the Rock, so it doesn't really back. Shut your mouth, or you know what I heard Dude I! fucking nick cannon the morning their time out this I listen to my son. To school so here, nick in the morning. Hopefully you from that, but Timeout the celebrities that make the most money with their instagram swipe ups or post. You know what you know. WHO'S THE HIGHEST GETS paid most post on Instagram the rock..
Hertz suspends plans for $500M stock sale pending SEC review
"Hertz suspended its plan to sell five hundred million dollars in stock after the SEC said it wanted to look into the matter hertz recently filed for bankruptcy protection and floated the idea of a big equity sale although warning that the stock could be worthless since the company is
Fresh update on "five hundred million dollars" discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"Just don't think hey. I don't know that these leagues especially when we're in a corner of the country where we are unfortunately living in the shadow of Los Angeles doubt to a certain. Lakers and the clippers I mean are still people think the clippers are gonNA. Move Your. Guys I think they're building their own arena. In Inglewood already billion dollars that he wants his own up Seattle's ahead and Kansas. City might be having just geographically. We are faced with certain challenges but I. Really do believe this you know I think that that part of of what we become is a culture of sports, fans and sports media that complains about what we don't. Don't have, and we might might just tossing it out there. We might WANNA. Think about investing in what we have as a means to an end to get these other things that we want I. Don't think we sit around and bitch on the radio or bitch, podcast columns, and all of a sudden magically the NBA goes. You know what that sounds like a good idea. I don't think it works. You need to have the right leaders. Leadership's important. Leader here. You wouldn't spend five hundred million dollars on an arena. Would you I mean? Would you spend if you had an extra? Six? Hundred million dollars in your pocket would use booed you bill that. If I know that I would seriously speaking now and I live in sports, but what I spent six hundred million dollars on a new arena here I doubt, check my pockets, and if I find an extra five hundred million dollars, I will build that arena. I would listen. I would love to I. Wish I would love to have I. Wish there I hope there is someone out there willing to invest in the sports culture and San Diego because I Do think there's a market for it I realized right, but that's what I'm saying here. We have people who are investing in the market. And how do we treat them? You know I mean not always. Great and you say well. It's an offense or Okay I get it. You know I'm guilty to I. Didn't go to a lot of asset games over the last couple of years, so got to create a buzz of always said. That's on the that's on the team on the base by. That we are set well. It's not necessarily one hundred percent on the fan, and that's not my point. What I'm saying is I think that the best way for us to generate interest in our market is to support what it is that we have. And do that unconditionally, and then the other ways haven't worked guys like it hasn't worked sitting around and just go on well, you know we need to think big time I mean no kidding. We understand it well. We're the biggest city well. You Know San Antonio Seventh. Those numbers dance the way you want them to dance, but like I- embracing. That's how we need to pick ourselves up. Dust. That's how we build a sports culture and community for me. That's just my opinion. I could be wrong, but again I I saw that and I said well I, don't know I..
Company buying the shutdown Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery is promising many jobs at the site
"Cohen the company is buying the shut down Philadelphia energy solutions refinery is promising eight thousand construction jobs and ten thousand permanent jobs at that site K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports a company official testified about plans for the site at a city council hearing the committee advanced a bill granting the refinery status as a keystone opportunity zone the most generous of incentives for businesses to locate in the state providing exemptions from all taxes the bills introduced by councilman Kenyatta Johnson this can be economic engine and not only self with off the ball to slide off your region I believe it will be a great asset when it comes to job training job development there were skeptics the buyer Hilco does not plan to re open it as a refinery a disappointment for the union members who worked there and councilman Bobby Heenan known as a union advocate sought written agreements that Hilco would make payments in lieu of taxes and put a promised five hundred million dollars into cleaning up the site it's an incredible responsibility for this body to make sure that at thirteen hundred acre has the best opportunities close Jeremy gray assured the committee the deal would provide many benefits including millions in tax revenue and a commitment to a diverse work force for the thousands of promised jobs we are committed to working with the city they have a brand about Pat Loeb KYW
Fresh update on "five hundred million dollars" discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"I've enjoyed following the updates for you. Guys over the years. Were you essentially? From majority this period you raise early seed round, and then just now congratulations a twenty two million twenty three million dollars series. Twenty three million in financing. This was our series B. You could have previously called the other one large seed round, but whatever you WANNA call it. We had raised about eight nine dollars capital previously in twenty three million dollars of money, which we recently announced congrats, can you tell us a little bit about experience for those listeners about raising capital while running a business and during a pandemic, was this an enjoyable process, a difficult process, both so we actually had I can go back to the first time around. Prior to our series, it was challenging. We had raised money permit individuals and got to a point I think we had raised several hundred thousand dollars, and there's a point where I. Remember pitching DC firms we have less than thirty days at cash laughed in so quickly are financing plan. I told my co founder I said Dude. There's no way that we're GONNA. Raise money from vce. We don't have enough time. And so what we did, we went out, just busted her ass. Raise money from individuals, and then on top of that met an amazing investor, Jap Richards from GD, and also the exponent folks in. Rome, which you had participated in and Jeff putting money into that round in, we liked him. A lot is a former entrepreneur. Even brought a process. We got to know him for a little bit, and he's been a great partner building the company to date and then the most recent round. We're actually planning to raise Arana process in about. April may timeframe and similar. Similar situation we met the folks at transformation who are incredible healthcare investors to come from sequoia leading healthcare investing there then one comes from bank capital, leading healthcare investing there as well and we them at the beginning of the year. They said what you guys think about us. Jumping the process and we both mutually were excited to do so and it actually we. We didn't even get into running the process this year, so people have asked Oh. How did you raise around during the pandemic? Fortunately was already the details were getting worked out by that point. It's great because you get your both sides of it. The early agony of the startup phase almost out of cash in the bank, and of course, the product market fit. Fit and the time where things are running smooth. Talk to me a little bit about the state of the industry. I know there's a couple other players out there. I think there's one large public company, but still you mention. It's pretty early days in the infancy in general, maybe one percent penetration. What is the sort of state of telemedicine? Look like today with. The adoption competitors as well as an eye towards the future. He I mean I think we're in the super early days. As I mentioned last year, penetration was one to two percent of the total addressable market so I. would say were in the American online days Internet. Would someone was saying? They still make like five hundred million dollars from subscription revenues still hell. I think people that have forgotten her of died or don't even know they have. I would send the industry I think pandemic speeds. The adoption curve is probably three to four years, and I think there's going to be multiple types of players you have hospitals and health systems want to be able to provide virtual care, and so people like American. Powering their ability to do that same with epic integrating telehealth into their Emr so more of a feature. Approach where you've taken as we've, said Hey. The one medical has been super successful. They got started in two thousand and six back than having a gonNa Bansi health like brick and mortar clinic was innovative, or you can book. Online are hypothesised. was that yeah, that was innovated in two thousand six, but the future is really all those services being able to provide virtual and again it's that continuity of care where you're still building a relationship with your physician, even though it's in a virtual environment whereas knee legacy. Legacy telehealth has been kind of a one up perimeters. Call Line, so everybody remembers the days in the nineties where nurse call lines maybe before then got popular on the back of your insurance card. Well traditional telehealth has been just reached doctor when you call that call center, and we really think the future is going to be establishing an intimate relationship with a physician virtually and bringing that relationship back that people experience back in the day when doctor would show up to your home and being able to. To provide every American, that experience and so I think there's going to be people that focused in multiple areas of telehealth today it's again. It's the market in its infancy, and so everybody lumps every company at the Telehealth, but we're going to start to see multiple categories within the telehealth category, and so our focus is creating the most amazing member based primary care experience out there I was listening to conversation with wondering doctors years ago and I'm smiling because the time I think you're only open like five. Five states and she was like you know it's interesting because people would assume the experience would be less intimate. She's like, but I get to see you in her home like your kids walk by or dogs, are there I got to see what's going on? And a lot of people are more comfortable, the sterile sort of environment of doctor's office and again with a bunch of people around. It's a different feeling than being in her house for the listeners. If you haven't been through it, go to Caricom. Sign up at least try it see what it feels like, and I'd be hard. Pressed to know if there's anyone that goes back. You guys have the big splash on your web site. That's talking about Corona virus testing you. WanNa talk to the listeners about that. If they want to figure out like most of us, they had it or not. They got it. What's Y'alls approach? Yeah, so what? We've noticed exit during this time. A lot of people think that corona virus visits would be a huge percent of our total visits in what we're experiencing is that's actually not the case. People are coming. Coming to us for kind of traditional primary care visit reasons that said we do have krona virus antibody testing along with corona virus. Pr Testing to see if you actually have it then we can send you in for. We don't do the testing ourselves, but we have a network of partners that will send you in for testing for and so he'd done thousands of tests, and were we to date of seeing most people for the antibody testing test. I think it's sub, ten percent or testing positive for having at Corona virus and it seems like we're seeing spikes here again so I think time. Time will tell where things going in the future, but from our perspective. Nothing's changed here in San Francisco. We were actually way ahead and stop shutting down and so our thesis was. It could only get worse. Everybody was in their home on this started. And now people are going out and there's no vaccine. There's no great treatment for it. And so if we opened things up, it's bound to get worse, so we're hopeful that people are obviously working on scenes and other solutions and are trying to do our part tic. He is healthy. We're recording this late June. Listeners so if the world's fallen. Fallen into a deep dark pit by the time this publishes around the fourth of July just give a little context..
Bankrupt Hertz files to sell up to $500 million in new stock
"Hurts has filed to a sell up to five hundred million dollars in stock very rare for a bankrupt companies sell stock even and they even put out the warning this stock could be worthless so we'll see if anyone decides to take a chance on a
Philadelphia City Council Introduces Police Reform Bills, Including 1 That Would Prohibit Chokeholds
"Desk and Philadelphia city council has gotten several bills focused on police reform and economic equity on Thursday and he came in the wake of weeks of protest of police the police killing of George Floyd Minneapolis we hear more from cable W. city hall bureau chief that will cancel president Darrell Clarke says council has heard the protesters demands and is moving swiftly with important reforms they include a charter change referendum on creating a police oversight commission a bill restoring the requirement that police officers live in the city for one year before they can be hired a new requirement that the city hold a public hearing before it could sign a labor contract with the police union and a bill to prohibit police use of chokeholds and any other physical contact the presents a risk of his sixty Asian council member Maria quinones Sanchez offered a bill to establish a nonprofit corporation called the Philadelphia poverty action fund to reduce poverty in the city and a resolution to provide five hundred million dollars for investments in housing and commercial Carter specifically targeting black communities other bills introduced at the video conference meeting would expand indigo bikeshare eliminate the property tax abatement and create a personal wealth
Seattle's University of Washington Medicine announces furlough of 4,000 union workers
"U. W. medicine has concluded bargaining with its labor unions and will continue to move ahead with temporary furloughs involving thousands of workers president Lisa Brandenburg says it's a tough decision but it has to be done we are making a number of cost reductions in other areas and unfortunately for Lowe's is part of that four thousand unionized workers and fifteen hundred non union employees face furloughs U. W. medicine looks to close a five hundred million dollar shortfall resulting from the corona virus
Argentina Tries to Escape Default as It Misses Bond Payment
"Argentina will improve the terms of its offer to restructure sixty five billion dollars worth of overseas bonds this after sinking into default when it failed to make an interest payment economy minister Martin Goodman didn't give any details on his plans in an interview but he said discussions with creditor groups continue Argentina which is burdened by inflation near fifty percent and a shrinking economy even before the pandemic missed the final deadline for five hundred million dollars worth of interest payments
Los Angeles Unified School District Warns Budget Cuts Plus Coronavirus Might Make Reopening Campuses Hard
"Proposed state budget cuts due to the coronavirus crisis could make it difficult for classes to resume in person this fall with in the LA unified school district the warning to the LA school board came from the district deputy superintendent who stated that they cannot in good conscience risk the health and safety of students and staff by returning to the classroom premature leave without funding to provide the necessary precautions campuses will likely need more frequent cleaning possibly more staff and protective equipment such as face masks increasing district costs David to call ski is a former member of the LA school board who was at the meeting there are a lot of cross but the chief financial officers ended the presentation yesterday saying remain calm and keep budgeting he says there needs to be a push for resources from both the state and federal governments the amount they had from the mobile seem to be abysmally low at this point the school district stands to lose more than five hundred million dollars under the governor's revised budget
Seattle - UW Medicine furloughs 1,500 staffers
"U. W. medicine has announced furloughs due to the corona virus pandemic in spite of its position at the forefront of Corbett nineteen local angle blepharitis last week CEO Dr Paul Ramsey announced a five hundred million dollar budget shortfall tied the pandemic on Monday U. W. medicine officials announced one to eight week furloughs for fifteen hundred professional staff of the Seattle based healthcare system most of UW medicine's financial trouble is from a loss of revenue from elective surgeries elective work is set to slowly begin this week
NFL owners to vote on whether to allow Rams to borrow $500 million more for SoFi Stadium
"X. like the new stadium for the rams and Chargers having some financial profit a fellow owners will get the official request next week according to reporter David Kaplan of the athletic the rams will be looking for an extra five hundred million dollars to finish so fi stadium what could go wrong has gone wrong first we had the one year delay no name because of the rainy season now you have the pandemic and the issues related there in terms of probably having an entire season without fans and now you've got two seasons last year and this year where you at have you had projected being open and bring in a gusher of revenue and that money has she has dissipated chaplain expects the rams and Chargers to get the extra funds but even if they don't he figures understand crunk here the rams could still get the money through other loans or from sales of
Seattle - UW Medicine employees demonstrate for increased COVID-19 protection
"University of Washington medicine staff and labor organizers demonstrated outside Harborview Medical Center in Seattle Thursday to call for better protections from the corona virus into protest planned for lows in layoffs in the face of five hundred million dollars in losses during the pandemic The Seattle Times as workers participating in the demonstration accuse the university of failing to implement basic public health guidance designed to flatten the curve including proper notification staff regarding exposure the installation of sneeze guards to protect staff and the public in the distribution of personal protective
Airbus says virus aviation crisis still at 'early stage'
"C. C. E. O. says the aviation industry's unprecedented troubles are still up and early stage even off the virus related travel restrictions eventually ease chief executive Guillaume foray the knowledge is it will take a long time to persuade customers to get back on planes regularly just how long he contradict the crisis is deep at bosses announced over five hundred million dollars in losses in the first quarter putting thousands of workers on furlough and seeking billions in loans to survive the coronavirus crises Faure says we are in the greatest crises the aerospace industry has ever known and we now need to work as an industry to restore passenger confidence in that trouble as we learn to co exist with this pandemic I'm Charles de Ledesma
Airbus says virus aviation crisis still at 'early stage'
"Even off the virus related travel restrictions eventually ease chief executive Guillaume foray the knowledge is it will take a long time to persuade customers to get back on planes regularly just how long he contradict the crisis is deep and bosses announced over five hundred million dollars in losses in the first quarter putting thousands of workers on furlough and seeking billions in loans to survive the coronavirus crises Faure says we are in the greatest crises the aerospace industry has ever known and we now need to work as an industry to restore passenger confidence in that trouble as we learn to co exist with this pandemic I'm Charles de Ledesma
Disney furloughs more than 100,000 theme park and hotel workers amid coronavirus shutdown
"More than a hundred thousand Disney workers will stop receiving pays the company tries to get through the pandemic that's almost half of Disney's work force according to a report from the Financial Times the move will save Disney up to five hundred million dollars a month across its theme parks and hotels it also means workers will now have to depend on state benefits even as Disney protects bonuses for its executives and an upcoming one and a half billion dollar dividend payment to
Verizon Buys Zoom Conferencing Rival BlueJeans
"Well today Verizon communications said it agreed to buy video conferencing company blue jeans network and that's a rival of zoom video communications the price would be less than five hundred million dollars zoom which has a market value of forty two billion that has seen its daily active users jump to two hundred million from about ten million before the pandemic started
More than 26000 coronavirus deaths have been reported in the US
"U. S. deaths from corona virus now tops twenty six thousand president trump led off Wednesday's task force briefing blaming the world health organization for believing China's claims that covert nineteen was under control the issue of his authority over states and an economic recovery team were covered as well Bob Costantini has the latest some of the president's advisers have publicly said the World Health Organization has been vital in keeping track of the corona virus spread but for president trump the United Nations group is a source of blame and wants to withhold nearly five hundred million dollars the U. S. provides annually while a review is conducted to assess the world health organization's role in severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the corona virus the president tight W. H. O. to China's efforts to downplay the crisis that led to a pandemic however a number of times early this year Mr trump claimed his good relationship with China's xi Ching paying led him to believe Beijing had control of the illness still in January the president banned travelers from some parts of
Amid pandemic, Trump to halt U.S. funding for World Health Organization
"Daily Mail president trump announced Tuesday he was freezing all funding the World Health Organization blaming it for accelerating the corona virus pandemic by imposing travel bans from China which trump supported today I am instructing my ministration whole funding of the World Health Organization while a review is conducted to assess the world health organization's role in severely mismanaging the spread of the corona virus trump announced in the White House rose garden a trump the WHO's attack on travel restrictions put political correctness above a lifesaving measures he again suggested the W. H. O. was doing the bidding of China where the corona virus outbreak that still plaguing the United States originated from pointed to the funding disparities between the two countries which both fun the W. H. O. the president several American taxpayers pay around four hundred to five hundred million dollars annually to the WHL China pays a tenth of that at around forty million dollars a year yes since last week trump has blasted the W. H. O. for being too China centric appoint he continued to make Tuesday at the W. H. O. pushed China's misinformation about the virus saying it was not communicable and there is no need for travel bans trump said is that the countries who followed the WHO's advice experience to great tragedies and missed opportunities in the early days I mean money credited his decision to ban flights from China in late January would save an untold number of
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Five hundred million dollar was over the next five years great thousands of homes across Boston affordable to families with low and middle incomes along with a one hundred million dollar education plan the latest weather front moving across much of fire ravaged Australia seen as a mixed blessing while rain has brought some relief to firefighters in the drought parched east coast thunderstorms have strict raised concerns that more fires we sparked by lightning strikes when hot and windy conditions return and return they will forecasters say this week that CBS news correspondent Jim you because reports from New South Wales is only one of the major hurdles that firefighters face one of the biggest challenges for fire officials right now is smoke that's hampering air operations near the port of even in New South Wales as your reward through this logging community it started seventy five thousand tons worth of what ships on fire you could now take weeks to put out the disasters now killed twenty six people the latest death of Victoria state firefighter the US is planning to send more firefighters to Australia to join the one hundred fifty nine already there the national interagency fire center in Boise says ninety have left in recent days and another one hundred are expected to fly out next week Australian officials have requested the help as part of a reciprocal deal that had one hundred thirty eight Australians coming to the U. S. in two thousand eighteen to fight wildfires here if you perpetually return library books late you might consider a move to one midwestern city CBS correspondent but Michigan next lines remember the Seinfeld episode where the librarian from the New York Public Library comes to get Jerry to pay up for a book he took out as a kid I return that book I remember it very specifically.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Actually give aerial kind of like a and I bet they're going to change the whole plot for the movie where because in that film's, she's lusting after a man the entire time. So a major change that just because of how. Yeah. Yeah. They will definitely ever nerve push as him about was king Trident. Yeah. Already in the water. So. Yeah. Let me see here. Have you guys seen the trailer for the movie called shadow hurt the mood. Very good to this. Let me see. We'll take a look at sure. Let's see. This is. Chinese. Mortal combat. Unbrella me my wife, talked about taking this with her. Those means of people talking about her as the, the yeah the umbrella. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because she talked about. She did not tell you about this. She wants shoving umbrella somebody's ass or something in open it. Yeah. Helping. Show. Sure. Chateau baazar. Don't. Relish. Did your teen Danta? Hello. Not. Yeah. Man. They have Jehovah witnesses aggressive. They need to give the large. Because you're about to meet him. Yeah. Let me see. Phone eat. I got tell you something, man. It was time that something like this would have done well in America, but I don't know how this would do now on as a main release his on Netflix in a long time since crouching, tiger hidden dragon two thousand one but it's gonna look there's always, you always go down like the bucks off his motionless highest grossing movies of the year. There's always like three or four from China five hundred million dollars. And so, I guess might be one of them. I like I like the I'm not to end of the, the some of the work stuff, but I like to stick kind of the, the black, gray and white as thick stands out. Yeah. Yeah. Does Thomas is doing well because I'm going to be honest with you. It was hip to say it like Chinese cinema was becoming popular with a lot of hipsters. And we'll finally penetrate western audiences, like Jackie Chan was like people were getting into those movies on VHS and later on DVD and this, it was some special, it was cool to say how much you like Chinese cinema's big at the festival crowd south by south west and stuff like it was because the festival crowd, and also because with the stuff it was mostly the underground, like with Jackie Chan movies becoming popular like supercop in drunken master, not stuck master to those things out there of was it a fighting Brooklyn whatever I know, but those movies becoming popular with, like, the, you know, the, the, the hipster crowd is watching this stuff at home. And, you know, people saying there's no bullshit man this. There's a store that, that that's over in Chinatown. Here that this woman runs can only find these movies there. So these kind of things start, they start becoming poplar man. That's what critics were ready for things like hidden. Tiger crashing tiger hidden dragon. It was it were be saints..
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Was one of the chief architects behind the opioid crisis. An expert manipulator who had infiltrated the police and his influence in power over subordinates was so complete one testified that he even underwent a number of plastic surgeries to fool authorities on his trail, another subordinate telling the court about a smuggling operation that. Five hundred million dollars of cocaine into L A inside cans of hollow paintings every year. Then there was the weeping mistress who testified that she had El Chapo fled naked from Mexican marines. Truly tunnel hidden beneath a bathtub. A story. She detailed in front of glamorous, young wife who dutifully sat in court every day of the trial. He's sprawling national drug empire. Extended diplo into every major American city, New York, Chicago Chicago crime commission, designated him as public enemy number one his smugglers aided by innovative techniques, invented by the drug Lord himself, drugs hidden on boats and cars, but perhaps most notably tunnels. We got access to some of those choppers. Infamous tunnels back in two thousand sixteen. Suffice it to say that whoever built this tunnel. Probably not there. I try some expertise and experience here. From above ground. Just an average looking home. Wow. At one point attorneys believed there were close to two hundred functioning tunnels along the US Mexico border. One thing seems clear a wall is no match for the Sinoloa cartel. Until the end El Chapo maintained his innocence his defense team only putting up one witness to the prosecution's fifty six the defense claiming he was the victim of an elaborate conspiracy. Now, sixty one notorious drug Lord has run out of his skates. He exchanged a thumbs up with his wife before being escorted out of the courtroom. This week Bill and Melinda gates released. Their annual letter outlining what they see as the major trends and solutions for the year ahead. Microsoft founder spoke to our Brad milkey on ABC news is daily podcast start here about taxing the wealth and gender inequality. The tech industry. It's kind of a weird.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Job one of the chief architects behind the opioid crisis. An expert manipulator who had infiltrated the police and his influence and power over subordinates was so complete one testified that he even underwent a number of plastic surgeries to fool authorities on his trail, another subordinate telling the court about a smuggling operation that. Five hundred million dollars of cocaine into L A inside cans of jalapenos every year. Then there was the weeping mistress who testified that she had El Chapo fled naked from Mexican marines. Truly tunnel hidden beneath a bathtub. A story. She detailed in front of glamorous young wife. Dutifully sat in court every day of the trial scrolling national drug empire, extended diplo into every major American city from Newark, Chicago, Chicago client commission, designated him as public enemy number one smuggler's aided by innovative techniques, invented by the drug Lord himself drugs hitting on boats and cars, but perhaps most notably tunnels. We got access to Somerville. Choppers. Infamous tunnels back 2016. Suffice it to say that whoever built this tunnel. Probably not there. I try some expertise and experience here. From above ground. Just an average looking home. Wow. At one point authorities believe there were close to two hundred functioning tunnels along the US Mexico border. One thing seems clear a wall is no match for the Sinoloa cartel. Until the end El Chapo maintained his innocence his defense team only putting up one witness to the prosecution's fifty six the defense claiming he was the victim of an elaborate conspiracy. Now, sixty one notorious drug Lord has run out of his skates. He exchanged a thumbs up with his wife before being escorted out of the courtroom. This week Bill and Melinda gates released. Their annual letter outlining what they see as the major trends and solutions for the year ahead. Microsoft founder spoke to our Brad milkey on ABC news daily podcast start here about taxing the wealthy and gender inequality. Tech industry. It's kind of.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Senate is expected to vote this week on dueling bills aimed at ending the partial government shutdown now in day thirty three one vote will be on the president's proposed layout over the weekend. The house is voting on a Bill today that will include one point five billion dollars in border security, funding and a half a billion dollars to hire more immigration. Judges will also include over five hundred million dollars in security Amana -tarian and other forms of assistance to the Central America, northern triangle countries of Guatemala. Honduras, and El Salvador House Democratic caucus chair Hakim Jefferies. Meanwhile, in the midst of the shutdown the midwest culinary institute at Cincinnati state is joining with a nonprofit less soup to provide free meals to federal workers, and their families estimates there's three thousand workers in the Cincinnati area. So we said, well, maybe have including their families were preparing fifteen hundred a day. Let's soup founder Suzie young take-out meals start soon today at two o'clock, and we'll be at the same time tomorrow at the summit on Cincinnati state's campus sit down meals start at five. In addition to young says it meals are being provided to TSA workers at CG. Ground was broke this morning on the new star stadium in the West End construction is expected to wrap up this fall before football season. On Wall Street, the Dow is up thirty two points. The NASDAQ down forty two and the s&p is down ten. A college.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Five hundred million dollars. We're going to have significant law enforcement presence at every public school in our state. It also raises the minimum age for buying any gun in Florida to twenty one at it poses a three day waiting period for those purchases for the students of Marjory stoneman Douglas, high school, a long and painful recovery process is only beginning just trying to keep in mind off it as much as I can anyone is physically prepared mentally prepared. They say time heals all loons, but it's like how much time is Jim Ryan ABC news, a presidential advisory board was formed to look at ways to prevent school shootings. The president wanted to arm teachers, but the committee which has just issued its recommendations did not go that far instead recommend specific guidelines for arming highly trained teachers in October a gunman walked into a synagogue in Pittsburgh serenity of services at a synagogue in Pittsburgh shattered by gunfire and desperate calls for help. In the end eleven people are dead. If began with a chilling series of calls from inside, the tree of life synagogue in. Pittsburgh's squirrel hill neighborhood. Active shooter met with a hailstorm of bullets from the doorway. The suspect identified as forty seven year old Robert Bowers retreats to third floor classroom. Badly wounded in the exchange of gunfire before the suspect also wounded surrenders to police about. About. It was the single worst act of violence against Jews ever to take place on American soil mourners like this young singer for Montreal came from everywhere as Pittsburgh mayor Bill Peduto called for unity. We.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Five hundred million dollars is I think pretty tough for a lot of the goal. Here is the simple unit, right? Statue of an anonymous confederate soldier known as silent. Sam was erected on the Chapel Hill campus in nineteen thirteen before protesters tore down in August. Jim Krasula, CBS news, Greensboro, North Carolina. Twenty five year old Batavia woman who says she suffers from PTSD wants an apology from WalMart. Trying to keep her from bringing her service dog into a store last month who dog is the two year old malamute mix named Selena gastric service dogs readers owner is Jessica mottos motto says, she has PTSD trained tasks are what I like to refer to as crowd control. So basically, she creates space between the other person motto says when she tried to take Selena into a Batavia, WalMart three weeks ago, and employees stopped her. And he told me in order for her to be allowed in the store. She has to be wearing a special harness. I then told him. No, that's not correct. If against federal law to require anyone to do. So and motto says, she cited the Americans with. Disabilities act. She did her shopping anyway with Selena by her side motto says, she has filed a complaint with the US Justice department. Steve Miller NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Several democratic Tennessee lawmakers urging Republican governor Bill has limb to grant clemency to a woman convicted of murdering a man when she was a sixteen year old prostitute newly elected Nashville Senator Brenda Gilmore, led a group today calling for thirty year old sin Toya Brown's freedom Kim Kardashian, west riana and other celebrities have supported Brown as she finds her life sentence for killing a man who had picked her up for sex. Are you searching for a Toyota Camry? Search continental Toyota dot com for the continental difference. The reminder, the only places stream WBZ 'em is on the radio dot com app. Download it now and listen wherever you go when it.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"With water every aspect of it your home, your Bill, your water Bill every anything is going to shoot through the sky. How about take this one step at a time? How about we talk about the the aquifer I of the tune of five. Billion five hundred million dollars in growing. I mean, that's one thing. But to throw this other thing in the mix man, so you got to borrow the five hundred million dollars to build the aquifer that that's that that adds to unaffordable in our city. And now you want every home in every business to have to plumbing systems. Yeah. Two completely separate systems. That's great for plumbers out there, though. Sure. Big business. I'm sure plumbers are absolutely thrilled about that idea. That means business not only installing but repairing so. Be interesting though, right? Splash on the heels of the water treatment plant that had to be shut down. It is interesting. And I think I think we can listen those days, which are already long gone of us being able to watery our yards twice a week will never happen again in Austin. We will never ever do that. I promise you that day will never come. I have a feeling that Austin, Texas will probably and some others in the area. We'll get to the point like, you know, various cities in Arizona and Nevada that have actually banned watering your lawn gravel while you're gonna zero scape. You're going. Yeah. You're gonna have a gravel front yard like they do in Arizona. The first thing you'll see is cactus ban cedar trees, because that's all they do is suckling. If that's all they do is suck water. They don't provide any shade whatsoever. And they make a sneeze and they make a sneaky. But no, they won't because their habitat for the golden cheek warbler. Yes. And the black cat, very, that's right. You're listening to the best of Todd and Don on NewsRadio. Okay. Oh, BJ everybody tied Jeffries here along with Don prior. This is the best of the Todd and Don show, but stay with us. We're live coming up at five thirty on NewsRadio LBJ. Plenty of sunshine today, it'll be breezy and cooler with.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Because clearly you did it because your audience, you know that you will enjoy seeing that he wants to sit in the field? I think I do people like to live vicariously through. Yes, I get like toy on boxing to a certain extent of like, hey, let's look at the the build quality of this action figure or or transformer or something like that. Like I think I get that electron IX. I don't know for me, I need to be doing it because with electron IX you get that chemically Plaski smell. That really is the thing that makes it all click actually, boxing something is always exciting. I was watching to kind of funny on boxing, the play of the five hundred million dollars limited edition PlayStation, and they made a big deal out of just peeling. The plastic cover the protected planet off the sides of the PlayStation station because that is anyone who's done that in real life. When you get the new iphone or a new console or whatever new peel that plastic film off it is essential moment. Yes, the whole, our sub community voted the peeling off plastic. It is very emotional unless you're dealing with one of these lunatics who refuses to take that stuff off the plastic on on this. Oh, for long periods of time. I while for that PlayStation, you couldn't because it was wrapped all the way around and plastic you would have to do it or you probably cook that thing. We just got a new Dyson at home and my girlfriend refuses to let me remove any stickers. Really. It's really upsetting. Why does she know what this stick is? You'd have to ask her. Sticker. Lesson do all the stuff I bought a couch when I when I when I moved into my place, we empty furnished it. I've bought a couch and it had tags on it like like saying what the couch was made out of micro fiber, whatever it was and I got it in my head. I'm gonna leave these tags on here like bell biv DeVos Thia leave the tag on the hat. This is going to be the dope couch in this entire neighborhood. And so it made it about nine ten years. And then someone when I was not around cut the fucking tags. And I was like, actually, I was like, thank you. I was like that scene in big adventure meets that guy. That's on the run from escaped convict, and he said that one point, what did you do? We know their safety labels on mattresses do not remove that sucker ride on. The the PlayStation. Just generally on a boxing, I hear what you're saying this. I find baffling because every video. And yes, he is the HD cable, right? And here's the twist tie. That's keeping it in a nice, neat little loop. There is something hypnotic and AM are about it. I guess they made what fifty thousand of these things like most people are not gonna be able to get their vicarious the individual, like the look of the console like, hey, it's this clear Trent translucent thing like, yeah, it's pretty, let's look at it and and judge it to a certain extent on that front. But I think like the when you remove it from that specific case, which I think is a case to maybe shoot a video of it being opened up. Right? I think generally undockings are some some things just done. Some things revealed though. Like on the kind of funny video, I that like, wow, it gets Mudgee. People were handling. It gets muggy in a way the traditional PS four doesn't different feel to the plastic on controller to. Yeah, it's it's the first PlayStation. Any specialization in a while. I've actually aesthetically I would put that. On my on my console, I would put it onto my TV that a lot of the Spiderman one get it, but that thing is just gonna stick out like a sore thumb. It's not what aesthetically is not going to sit well with everything else that I have, but there was the five hundred million with a little Cup of plate and everything looked class, and I think for me the so I ended up putting through its paces to a certain extent over the weekend because I think the big question we had coming out of it was, hey, these launch PS four pros are loud as hell. The fans spin up. Yes, they might actually been to a couple of hardware then, so it is quieter and it's hard to..
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Three hundred million minus five hundred million dollars uber in the last year loss five hundred million dollars woo all those times you vomit in the car and they have to pay to get clean overpay pay for for that that fascinating i the only time i've ever taken an uber i think has been involved with this station so i have to say better sorry oh hey seventy just me on snapchat thirty six today melissa molinaro kobe if you haven't checked her out oh no yeah yeah i guess she's a singer she's a pop singer to i don't even care what she ever does how do you spell her last m o l i n a r o oh my year welcome you know we brought you kelly brook we brought you in your time and she isn't yet another the decay and see masterpiece would like to introduce are there any more random hots on this i do not see all right congratulations melissa molinaro you are better than me he is fantastic wearing pants on this phone okay everybody not see through this lucas pot all ski turns thirty three today kevin looking him up who the hell is that parker would you like to take this way i would love to he joined arsenal in two thousand twelve he played for buying munich nfc comb sc what home it's cologne germany german national yeah and he won the world cup best young player in two thousand six he was a major part of the world cup championship for germany in two thousand fourteen that's a cool story what i care about soccer wise is that fc dallas beat the l a football club on saturday night two to one that's what i care about so sorry oh by the way did you see fourth of july they always have the biggest fourth of july thing they're also going to be given away like five thousand light up fingers you go to the fourth of july magic i don't want to light up finger coby got anybody on the that i may have forgotten i was still living in a lot of names.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I want to give credit to the senate for at least saying this is ridiculous we've got to fix this and they they they have to a certain extent but to think that they wouldn't go online and santa no circumstance is the treasury is the taxpayer paying any settlement whatsoever none no matter it's a dollar or five hundred million dollars it doesn't matter your problem it's your problem you need to face the music and blake faren showed his true colors by saying i'm not paying it back right true colors right and this is a guy who was on easy street this is a guy who virtually had no opposition every time he ran because he was a member of that club are you cannot very seldom unseat a sitting u s congressman all the time they leave they do the lamar smith route let's say goodbye good luck down after forty years in congress after sixty years the nfl has addressed what i think is just a ridiculous circumstance all the way around it it's just football i know somehow it's been elevated to something else it's just football you wanna turn it off you know you can but now the nfl has they tried all they can and and true to form the nfl is pretty smart and probably found a way a genius way to cut right through the middle when it comes to protesting the national sure they did any but they did it without any player input jacket blowback today from right i don't think this'll be the end of it and i think they know it.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Michigan state is gonna pay five hundred million dollars to weird word me survivors of larry nassar's sexual abuse okay i feel like it's victims yeah but this is believed to be the largest ever settlement in a sexual misconduct case three hundred thirty two claimants reached an agreement with representatives of michigan state during a mediation today the universe versities board of trustees agreed to deal in principle now michigan state's gonna give four hundred twenty five million dollars to claimants who are currently part of the lawsuits and then the remaining seventy five million earn be held in reserve for two years in the event that others come forward and make claims about nassar's abuse of first of all how horrifying is that that they're like hey we're going to give you most of the money but we're going to save seventy five million on the more than just a hunch that there is more of these people and like i appreciate that that's a lot of money but not really right so i guess i don't appreciate it because on the surface wow five hundred million that's insane right there's like three hundred people as part of this so essentially eight thirty to three hundred thirty two so essentially you're getting what maybe one point two five million awesome was that worth having your life and childhood destroyed and furthermore is that a wrap for michigan state.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio
"A thirty five year old second generation who is poised to become the president of your family business that's worth fifty or five hundred million dollars and this thirty five year old happens to be a drug addict anelka hollick than it involves a sam lii in ways that you know if there was no money in the family you would deal with it differently it would have a different set of ramifications of family so it's all those kinds of things that you know in order serve your well you need to deal with issues but many of them are you know just every family's problems they take on some time wister a different twist when there's money involved i always say the mix of love and money is really difficult it's really difficult the knicks of money yeah i've i've seen i've definitely seen that play outs and so i see the need very very definitely the need for that kind of therapy and counseling consulting and like i said this is obviously it's on topic it's been twenty five years sort of navigating that with families but i want i want to shift a little bit because we have different topic for the podcast day i'm still ties in some bad so there might be some overlap twenty five years ago maybe longer i don't know when you completed your phd utilize doing dissertation and you get a lot of research time about skills that were transferable from work to haul vice versa so i wanna talk a little bit we have said a lot of entrepreneurs out of business folks who were looking at making the most of those spaces the struggle is is is knowing where the boundaries lie and if it's possible to have overlap the exchange between the twos i think this is very valuable to our listeners so.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on Android Central Podcast
"Yeah and you just have to when you look at these numbers as i followed the the lg earnings kind of as they trickle out every every quarter you notice that they've always had extremely high revenues and relatively small operating income are operating loss it's not particularly large i mean even when you talk about the home entertainment group that's their operating profit was only five hundred million dollars that's not a lot of money for a massive multinational corporation compared to we were just talking about google making seven billion in operating income so they're right in that in that range they have lots of revenue so there was lots of talk a couple of quarters ago because they had a really bad quarter where they didn't sell that many phones and things are way off that will maybe they'll just get out of the business i don't think that when you have you have a single division that has two billion in revenue in the quarter that you just toss it in absolutely if you don't already know this next time you're at the mall or somewhere checkout a t mobile store walk in and look at the the cheap phones or phones that they give you for free most of them are made by l g l g makes a lot of phones that we don't talk about because they're just middling phones that don't catch your eye if they can find a way to make money on each one of those bets going to be huge.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"Yes i am here that we work as around i talked about which is the basis of my long which is bond market reporters because the bomb markets getting a lot more interesting we work the company is raising five hundred million dollars in junk bonds there i don't think they're selling it that way but but that that's other classified and we've seen over tap the debt markets and it's just it's just interesting lot of these companies that are the sexiest most prime most volatile in terms of either take over the world or kind of go kaput a lot of these companies are not in the in the equity markets but they are in the bond markets kind of a good time to be a von reporter what's interesting yulong being we were was was on the very short list of shorts from this week having looked at the terms of that particular on the which are just i mean the standard and there's a fantastic piece on this if you look to jim groans almost daily you'll say jim papa we work business model and bone offering as only jim ken the only reason i chose not sure it was because i could never do this kind of justice jim cancer village everybody to go to pump komen check out the almost daily grounds where he takes a little look we were annexed the bond market is becoming interesting which is a perfect segue into this week's guest is coming up shortly but yeah i like i said i covering myself to be long of these these darlings because i think that the time fidelis is done the time for darlings is in folding interest rate environments and and stimulus and we're now in tightening environment and i think that is when the darlings discover that it's just as easy to fall out of love is in on i do fear for them well it's also interesting to be exposed only to the downside of some of these companies rather than rather than to the upside by having bhadra in the stock well the the only voltage of of we were in terms of any pain that might be meted out is that the founders even other on the series g.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"To five hundred million dollars that's your money now you're next update in thirty minutes here on komo news one fifty two how about a little bit of a head start komo brian calvert prepares for some minor changes coming to the national pastime spring training is underway and before too long baseball season will be here but make a note the game has changed it's a terrible idea changed the entire nature of extra innings your changed the entire nature the espn's tony kornheiser why's he so worked up minor league baseball has nate an adjustment hey it was an impact the mariners why should i care but it does impact the tacoma rainiers and the everett aqua sox what this is is baseball's quibbling of hockey shoot out because it makes it makes the game into a track starting this season if a minor league game goes into extra frames each inning begins with a runner on second base tony distorting of getting into extra innings this minor and for that matter major league baseball has been exploring ways to speed up the grand old game but purists like michael wilbon aren't fan so what if you think the game is too long and you've got to look at your cell phone go to something else besides starting extra innings with a runner on second other changes this season in the minor leagues including a fifteen second clock between pitches when no one's on base but if there's a mound visit with no pitching change there will be consequences although those consequences weren't clearly spelled out diehard baseball fans are probably more interested in how you score that extra inning that begins with a runner on second hang on for this one if that runner who begins the ending on second base actually scores essentially it's an unearned run baseball with treated just like a fielding error though not miss charged with said error and mariners fans don't think you dodged a fastball with this one there's talk of the starting extra innings with a runner on second.
"five hundred million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Principal and interest on five point eight trillion dollars in additional debt over the next decade if this plan were enacted as it is outlined and five million dollars per person ten million dollars for a couple today is exempt from inheritance tax and if you leave your kids ten million dollars uae morse power to you but if you leave your children five hundred million dollars some of that ought to be taxed because there is a need for the greater good and those and the those people will also benefit from a lower inflation rate resulting from a lower rate that payment of interest on the debt and they also benefit from better national security paid for by taxes but if the objective as is stated is to protect farmers from losing having to sell land to pay inheritance taxes then let's make a prevision that taxes cash differently than it taxes inherited land because land value is much more or speculative than fungible cash we could fix this problem and you know what else might happen if he if you can't deduct eur state taxes states like california would have to be a whole lot more careful and rational and sensible about how they go about taxing and spending and most important the top 1 percent of american taxpayers as the president has said do not need a tax cuts in fact thirty nine percent should be the floor for taxing them not the ceiling did you see the glittering diamonds and gold at the emmy's those people can play a little more do you know that one icenhower was president in the 1950s the tax rate the top tax rate was ninety one percent of any remaining taxable earnings over two hundred thousand dollars under kennedy it was sixty seven percent under nixon it was seventy percent if drop to thirty nine under clinton so again i think thirty nine percent for the upper one percent of american taxpayers isn't quite hi enough and we'll be back in just a couple of minutes wissam closing thoughts you're listening to imagine america joy scored for more information or today's topic visit imagine america magic america continuing just the mall six friends the promise of america is being squandered religion americaorg is a for learning how we can restore our nation back.