35 Burst results for "Forty Eight Percent"

Dr. Neal Barnard: The Effect of a Plant-Based Diet on COVID-19

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Neal Barnard: The Effect of a Plant-Based Diet on COVID-19

"Barr. Thank you so very much for being here. Jeff these are some really interesting studies and it kind of goes back to what it is that we've been talking about throughout this pandemic and and that is the healthier. You are the less at risk you seem to be. So if you wouldn't mind can you talk to us a little bit about these two studies and what it is. Researchers have discovered yeah. Let me preface this really by saying we've kind of suspect. The diet ought to be a big actor here because when people are overweight when you of diabetes hypertension particularly when these things are really out of control. Kobe just becomes so serious and often fatal but when people have these things under better control they do better. That suggests that if your diet is really good these conditions are going to be better but the question really was well. What if you actually are following a mostly plant-based diet will that help you and the answer seems to yes The first of these studies was involving. Healthcare workers were healthcare workers in six different countries. They tracked they ate and they rated them for more plant based or based or less plant based in other words. If you were less plant based at your eating chicken fish beef and cheese and kinda neglecting your vegetables and fruits and then if you were more plant based at mentor vegan or closer to it and the people who are more plant-based had a seventy three percent reduced risk of severe cove. It but i got to tell you the flip side of this was they looked to people who were doing kito or low carb diets and they did substantially worse a forty eight percent increased risk of severe. So don't go there.

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Confirmed: We Played a Lot More Video Games During Pandemic

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Confirmed: We Played a Lot More Video Games During Pandemic

"After the show to learn about special financing for talking tech listeners listeners. It's mike schneider here and i'm proud. Molina wilkin back to talking tech. Mike i know we wrote stories during the pandemic about people playing video games as we were forced to adopt a stay at home lifestyle but now there are some actual survey findings support. This tried brett. The entertainment software association. And that's the trade group that puts on the annual electronic entertainment expo which we refer to fondly as e three That association just released its annual essential facts about the video game industry report and found that more than half of video game players fifty five percent so that played more games during the pandemic and most players ninety percent so they'll continue playing after the country opens up. This is based on a four on four thousand. Us adults surveyed by the market research. Firm ipsos For the usa now some other findings Respondents said that video games provided stress relief. That was from fifty five percent of them and forty eight percent. Said you'll games provided a distraction Parents also said that video games churches in escape in a break for the kids. That's seventy one percent of parents surveyed said and more than half a parents. Fifty nine percent said their children play educational games in two thirds of parents. Sixty six percent said video games made the transition to distance learning easier for their kids. Some other interesting fact survey overall two hundred twenty seven million americans say they play video games and that's up from two hundred and fourteen million the year before. I don't know what you think. The average age of video game players brett but they are thirty one years old. How many games identify as female. Forty five percents Eighty percent of the game players in the us are over. Eighteen

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Restaurants are Back - What Now?

Smart Kitchen Show

02:04 min | 4 months ago

Restaurants are Back - What Now?

"Jen story this week about some some news on foot traffic restaurants which is up fifty percents since the beginning of the year. This that's apprising but like what we're seeing there is. we're hearing. what. The data origen. Yeah so this. Data came from a tech company called Marketing tech company. I reach and they do a lot of restaurant marketing tech and they basically said this week. That foot traffic to restaurants and also they did put some retail in with that In this report But it's up forty eight percent since the start of twenty twenty one which You know. I think like you said mike. It's not terribly surprising. Now that Vaccines are more. Widely distributed and economy is in cities are fooling reopened or almost reopened so This was always gonna happen I think i did think it was interesting And they didn't go into excruciating detail about this but san diego california had a one hundred ninety eight percent increase in foot traffic since january. Twenty twenty one and then los angeles and san jose were next both at one hundred forty one percent so You know california took. I think it was Five of the top seven spots on the list of cities with increases in foot traffic I wonder how much of that is. Due like what states had mandated kind of limitations on restaurants. If you're down. Maybe in the south where there wasn't as many restrictions to delete governors be more permissive to the jumps weren't as big but also like another more interesting part of the story is When you read about it and kind of what. We're hearing as well as like so many of these restaurants that are seeing surging traffic or having trouble staffing and this kind of goes to another story. I read earlier in the week. And that's so many folks who were in the restaurant industry during the pandemic found other work and they don't plan on going

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Half of US Cosmetics Contain Toxic Chemicals, Study Finds

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Half of US Cosmetics Contain Toxic Chemicals, Study Finds

"Lawmakers are revealing a study that finds more than half the cosmetics sold in the U. S. and Canada likely contain high levels of a toxic industrial compound in announcing a bipartisan bill to ban the use of so called P. fast in beauty products some senators released to university of Notre Dame study that finds fifty six percent of eye make up and foundation forty eight percent of lip products and forty seven percent of mascaras contain high levels of fluorine it's an indicator of P. fast fast our so called forever chemicals used in nonstick frying pans rugs and other consumer products they've been linked to serious health conditions including cancer and reduce birth weight the physics professor leading the study at Notre Dame says it's shocking the cosmetics not only pose an immediate risk to users but also create a long term risk accumulating in the blood stream Jackie Quinn Washington

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The Latest: Pfizer-BioNTech pledge 2B doses to poor nations

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

The Latest: Pfizer-BioNTech pledge 2B doses to poor nations

"Have we turned the corner on the corona virus coronavirus infections are down to their lowest levels since last June and deaths are down to to a level not seen since July the percentage of Americans were fully vaccinated thirty eight percent about forty eight percent of gotten at least one Kovic shot according to Bloomberg's cove it tracker now the question many are asking if you've been vaccinated will you need a booster shot in the fall the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says maybe they don't know yet he tells CBS this morning that scientists are still tracking data on the virus possible variants he's also reminding those who haven't been fully vaccinated to keep the mask on I read a folate

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Apple brings CEO Tim Cook to court in defense of app store

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Apple brings CEO Tim Cook to court in defense of app store

"Have we turned the corner on the corona virus coronavirus infections are down to their lowest levels since last June and deaths are down to to a level not seen since July the percentage of Americans were fully vaccinated thirty eight percent about forty eight percent of gotten at least one Kovic shot according to Bloomberg's cove it tracker now the question many are asking if you've been vaccinated will you need a booster shot in the fall the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says maybe they don't know yet he tells CBS this morning that scientists are still tracking data on the virus possible variants he's also reminding those who haven't been fully vaccinated to keep the mask on I read a folate

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Geography and Demography Matter When It Comes to Vaccine Participation

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Geography and Demography Matter When It Comes to Vaccine Participation

"Geography appears to be playing a big role in whether or not people roll up their sleeves to get the covert vaccine geography and demography seem to matter when it comes to cope with vaccine participation experts find the highest vaccination rates are in the northeast sixty four percent of Vermont residents are fully vaccinated the lowest rates are in the south Mississippi is at the bottom with the thirty two percent rate researchers say political and religious beliefs along with education and income are key factors about one hundred sixty million Americans or forty eight percent have received at least one dose of a covert vaccine one hundred twenty five million are fully vaccinated I'm Jackie Quinn

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CES Will Return to Las Vegas

Daily Tech News Show

01:53 min | 6 months ago

CES Will Return to Las Vegas

"The consumer technology association announced that c is officially returning to a partial in person format in las vegas from january fifth to the eighth twenty twenty two while still allowing some attendees to virtually participate the had previously announced this timeline back in july of two thousand. Twenty after shifting. Cas twenty twenty one to an all digital format. Twenty twenty one also plans to host in person events. This fall wonder if i could partially attended person now. A quarterly earnings extravaganza alphabet beat analysts expectations in q one with fifty five point. Three one billion dollars in revenue standouts cloud revenue which jumped forty five percent. That's an important one for them. Other bets the non google part of alphabet saw revenue up forty six percent though losses increased slightly to one point. One five billion dollars you too. Bad revenue which alphabet is only reported since february twenty twenty increased forty eight percent on the year to six billion analyst's predict youtube will bring in between twenty nine and thirty billion in revenue this year. That's on par with netflix. Which is expected to report around. Twenty nine point. Seven billion in revenue for two thousand twenty one later decreased handset sales following always spin off of its honor brand back in november resulted in always second consecutive quarterly revenue decline down sixteen point five percent on the year to one hundred fifty two point two billion chinese one or twenty three point five billion. Us dollars while we did see its profit. Merging increase to eleven point one percent due to cost cutting and also generating six hundred million from five g patent royalties. It's not good as part of its q. Three earnings report. Microsoft reported that lincoln's ad business generated more than three billion dollars in revenue last year. Up more than sixty percent on the year company also reported that microsoft teams now has more than one hundred forty five million daily active users up ninety three percent on the year.

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Lakers Blown Out By Clippers As Offense Sputters

Lakers Nation Podcast

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Lakers Blown Out By Clippers As Offense Sputters

"Dive into it here. The Lakers do wind up dropping this game. 104 286 not pretty the Clippers were pretty much in demand from the the opening jump. They they were in control. They had the game bending to their whim the entire way. In fact, they started out I believe the score was tended to at one point. The Lakers just could not score and the Clipper scored. I believe their first 5,000 baskets on the night the Clippers shot 48% or on the afternoon. I should say in Forty-Eight percent from the field fifty percent from three eighty-nine percent from the free throw line on nine attempts for a Hummer for points. Whereas the Lakers not quite so good. The Lakers only had 38 points at halftime finished with 86. So I guess there's that and that's birth. 31.4 quarter but by that point the Clippers are kind of packed it in forty percent from the field for the Lakers 30% from 3. That's not good enough to get it done and then 75% from the free throw line 15 to 20 shooting page eighteen from the line eighteen turnovers for the Lakers seven offensive rebounds. Here's the thing what really stood out to me just forget the stats just watching the game. What stood out to me was that the Lakers they were having a hard time first and foremost getting the Lake of the Clippers to miss right? They were trying to get stops and they were struggling to do that. But when they did how many times do they give up offensive rebounds either 13 offensive rebounds for the Clippers? And so that is demoralizing for a defense when you work and you work and you work and you grind and finally you get a stop you get somebody to miss wage and then you give up the offensive rebound and you have to do it all over again. And so thirteen offensive rebounds to the Clippers combined with their field goal percentage already being high. That's a death sentence.

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Lakers Lose To The Clippers in Los Angeles Derby

Lakers Nation Podcast

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Lakers Lose To The Clippers in Los Angeles Derby

"Dive into it here. The Lakers do wind up dropping this game. 104 286 not pretty the Clippers were pretty much in demand from the the opening jump. They they were in control. They had the game bending to their whim the entire way. In fact, they started out I believe the score was tended to at one point. The Lakers just could not score and the Clipper scored. I believe their first 5,000 baskets on the night the Clippers shot 48% or on the afternoon. I should say in Forty-Eight percent from the field fifty percent from three eighty-nine percent from the free throw line on nine attempts for a Hummer for points. Whereas the Lakers not quite so good. The

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Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

"The with kevin mason. If you're of a certain age you grew up with all those saturday morning. Tv shows with all those favorite sugar coated. Cereal brands from frosted flakes too honey smacks or honeycomb or honey crisp apple jacks or captain crunch. We all love them. And i'll be honest with you even at my advanced age. It's a guilty pleasure if you will have some sugar coated cereal. I've talked about before i love. Great nuts and wheat checks and all of the boring adult cereals. I do like them. I always have. But i've always got a sweet tooth. If you will for frosted flakes for captain crunch but the one thing. You shouldn't be eating if you're over fifty sugarcoated cereals. Because a lot of those have more sugar in them. Then candy bars honey smacks which used to be smacks the one that had. I think it was digging the frog as their mascot. For many years it's the worst almost forty eight percent of it. Pure sugar admit when we ate the good kind of sale we did sprinkle a little bit of sugar over the top of it to make it sweeter but nothing like that much but staying away from over fifty makes sense could have been a whole lot worse.

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Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

"The with kevin mason. If you're of a certain age you grew up with all those saturday morning. Tv shows with all those favorite sugar coated. Cereal brands from frosted flakes too honey smacks or honeycomb or honey crisp apple jacks or captain crunch. We all love them. And i'll be honest with you even at my advanced age. It's a guilty pleasure if you will have some sugar coated cereal. I've talked about before i love. Great nuts and wheat checks and all of the boring adult cereals. I do like them. I always have. But i've always got a sweet tooth. If you will for frosted flakes for captain crunch but the one thing. You shouldn't be eating if you're over fifty sugarcoated cereals. Because a lot of those have more sugar in them. Then candy bars honey smacks which used to be smacks the one that had. I think it was digging the frog as their mascot. For many years it's the worst almost forty eight percent of it. Pure sugar admit when we ate the good kind of sale we did sprinkle a little bit of sugar over the top of it to make it sweeter but nothing like that much but staying away from over fifty makes sense could have been a whole lot worse.

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Osaka claims 4th Slam trophy by beating Brady in Australia

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Osaka claims 4th Slam trophy by beating Brady in Australia

"Nail me soccer is kept intact her perfect record in grand slam finals now full full four after beating the American hope Jennifer Brady in the Australian Open women's final the first step was hard fought but the second more of a celebration for Osaka as she powered her way to a six four six three victory that took an hour and seventeen minutes to complete she slammed down sixteen big winners as she took control of the match and secured her second Australian title to go with her two US opens Brady only landed forty eight percent of the big first serves putting it behind on so many points I'm Graham like us

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Liddell's 19 points power No. 4 Ohio St over Indiana 78-59

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Liddell's 19 points power No. 4 Ohio St over Indiana 78-59

"Fourth ranked Ohio state picked up its ninth win in ten games by beating Indiana seventy eight fifty nine E. J. Lovell dropped in nineteen points and justice sueing added sixteen with a team high ten rebounds for the seventeen and four Buckeyes they shot forty eight percent against Indiana and had twenty one points on the Hoosiers fifteen turnovers Ohio state went on a twenty one three run while building a thirty eight twenty eight halftime lead once the Hoosiers pulled within five in the second half the Buckeyes scored nine straight points to regain control trayce Jackson Davis scored twenty three points for Indiana I'm Dave Ferrie

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Coronavirus cases drop at US homes for elderly and infirm

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Coronavirus cases drop at US homes for elderly and infirm

"The push to vaccinate people in nursing homes to protect them from cope with nineteen appears to be working health officials are reporting a forty eight percent dropping coronavirus cases at U. S. nursing homes and other long term care facilities over the past few weeks in places where vaccinations were given the decrease is double that of facilities where fewer shots were provided nursing homes have been a priority since vaccinations began in mid December an industry group says some two thousand nursing homes or thirteen percent in this country are now virus free the covert tracking project found a hundred fifty three thousand people who lived in nursing homes and assisted living centers died from the virus that's more than a third of the nation's fatalities I'm Jackie Quinn

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The future of the gig economy

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:24 min | 9 months ago

The future of the gig economy

"Yes we know that president biden new. Well what he was in for but it has still got to be tough when first thing on your first full day. The labor market pokes you right in the eye. It's thursday so today was weekly. Unemployment claims day. Nine hundred thousand people asked for state unemployment assistance for the first time. That is down just a little bit from a week ago. So good but still monumentally high and then claims for the newly reinstated federal program for gig workers shot up more than forty eight percent. Nearly four hundred twenty four thousand people lost jobs in the gig economy. The jobs a lot of people turn to when they run out of options. Marketplace's eric embarrass gets is going with that. When last year shutdown started joy tout hurry. An uber driver in new york city was in a bind. There wasn't work. I was struggling to pay my rent as a gig worker shout. Hurry didn't qualify for typical unemployment benefits matt until congress passed. Its first relief package. This latest spike in pandemic unemployment claims is likely linked to the lapse in the program before the last aid package was approved new shutdowns and to the after holidays. Slowdown according to dmitri costas an economist at the university of chicago about a third of the labor force the some work in the gig economy and if more people are relying when gig work. A lot of the risk is on the workers themselves. That's because according to aaron hatton a sociologist at the university of buffalo. We've attached a whole bunch of rights and privileges and opportunities to employment retirement plants. Parental leave health. Insurance unemployment are tied to traditional fulltime jobs. And heidi sure holt. A labor economist at the economic policy institute says that was problematic before but with the pandemic. It's really shown us that the there are gaps in a regular unemployment system that you can drive a truck through. We do have the ability to close them. The existence of this program shows us that we can do it. Josh godfrey in houston. Texas knows this well. His door dash earnings dropped from six hundred to one fifty a week without the temporary gig unemployment benefits. He doesn't know what he would have done. This kind of pushed me to kind of reevaluate. What i'm doing in life. So he's going back to school to get a job that if he does lose. Get unemployment

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Young, Bogdanovic pace Hawks' 128-120 win over Pistons

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

Young, Bogdanovic pace Hawks' 128-120 win over Pistons

"The hawks or three you know for the first time in four years following the one twenty eight one twenty win over the pistons trade young scored twenty nine points in Brockton Bogdanovich added seventeen to help Atlanta won its home opener young's three pointer from the right wing put the hawks up one twenty to one twelve with one forty seven remaining he added four free throws in the final minute to wrap up the victory Atlanta hit twenty three pointers while shooting forty eight percent from beyond the arc but Donna which was five for seven from long range Josh Jackson scored a team high twenty seven points for Detroit in place Blake Griffin who was given the night off I'm Dave Ferrie

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How to build a lasting brand with Kevin O'Leary

The GaryVee Audio Experience

05:18 min | 10 months ago

How to build a lasting brand with Kevin O'Leary

"Obviously because the dragons den and then shark tank your personal brand. How would you the human. Because you're talking obviously as you can imagine listening first minutes of this conversation. I've been spending the last eleven years building communications death star to do everything you just talked about. Because i basically believed that the internet was going to squeeze the middle everything was going to be direct to consumer whether or not so t e commerce and that the ability the storytelling run. The arbitrage distributions was actually the game. So i like those chess moves of how they played out to me. I'm curious because i'm sure a lot of people. Were watching your curious right now. What you yourself within social media have you in these nine months. 'cause i'm sure you've been busy helping mentor. I'm sure you are constantly on calls with entrepreneurs fifty plus businesses. But what about you and your own personal brand. Have you picked up a platform. Have you started us. Lincoln from a content standpoint. Have you downloaded tiktok. You the man you the shark you. Where do you sip personally right now with with social or content creation whether i party because he grabbed the phone and do it or whether you live a little bit of the game i play. I've iraq ironically cedar for the first time in seven months. Have somebody producing for you. The personal brand. What's the production around that anything you know. Gary you are the role model for guys like me. You got it right. You guessed it right. The middle did get squeezed out. No question and i really got involved in social by two. And a half years ago. I hired a team of producers editors and storytellers to work within my own production company. Larry productions and what i learned. This is the paramount. Maybe maybe i'll give you credit for this because certainly watching you. You cannot bullshit people. You can't lie to them. You have to be totally transparent whether that's good bad or ugly. You gotta tell the truth. That is what a personal brand is built. Talk the minute. It's almost like the analogy are used. I teach this stuff. Now here in boston i do. I used to do lectures in person. But now i do them. Virtually at harvard and mit and temple and notre dame and talk about this stuff primarily graduating course of business students and engineers about entrepreneurship. It's like dating. You know when you fall in love and you meet somebody. And you're just empowered by that magic moment and i draw this analogy all the time. You just so wonderful and everybody should fall in love with whoever it's going to be. But then as time passes things change and maybe a year or two later. You're thinking about cheating okay. And you do now. You have a decision to make after you've done that you tell the truth to your significant other or do keep it a secret. And here's why i bring it up for business you're going to get caught one hundred percent of the time when you cheat you're gonna get caught because you didn't tell the truth. Your significant significant other can never look at you the same again. You've lost fifty percent of the equity in that relationship forever. it may not break up. You may go on but it will never the same business. The first time you get your customers your constituencies your shareholders. You lose fifty percent of the equity forever to tell the truth and take the hit and the ownership and transparency and intent around the. I'm sorry the that's such. That's absolutely right everything out of your mouth comma. There's also the half pregnant. Sorry and there's the real sorry and i think corporations the standards in which people want from companies is completely completely impossible for most companies. They may be good at the environment but they're bad at wages they like companies are are a convoluted animal. Just like people and this thought that you don't understand how to say sorry when you're trying to fix something people would rather dance. Look over there a bird instead of owning it and to your point in that lack of apology creates more damage. sometimes than even the event itself. Yes that's exactly. And i tell all my ceo's now look do not lie to the customers. Don't lie to your employees. don't lie to me. don't lie to anybody your shareholders. Even take the pain. Take the hit. Admit the mistake you made and you will build a relationship with customers. What we're learning online is if you have a direct relationship with the customer and you're honest with them and you tell them. Hey the protestant to be delayed or sore. You got a bad product will replace. It will give your money back. Whatever it is that communication ends up being very very valuable over time. Those customers stay loyal. We've learned that one hundred fold in our companies now and now in across the portfolio where now at forty eight percent directive revenue to customer. That's magic gary. That's frigging magic that because that's one hundred percent gross margin business. One of the we run out of time. We're gonna move on. We really appreciate your time but one of the fun topics in the chess game of what you're talking about is channel conflict for the people that still rely on a lot of business from retail as retails watching them go around them and that is going to be interesting battles of the next decade in business. Let's talk about that next time. I thank you so much kevin by

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News I'm Dave Packard a blistering assessment from U. S. intelligence the Chinese authorities stocked up on crucial medical supplies while hiding the extent of the corona virus epidemic from the rest of the world A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott with the latest homeland security analysis states China produces about eighty percent of the world's surgical face masks but forty eight percent fewer were shipped out gloves were down forty eight percent and exported ventilators dropping forty five percent president trump who once praised their handling of the outbreak is now stepping up his attacks last week placing the blame on China even as the number of confirmed cases in several U. S. hot spot show a promising decrease the world health organization saying that April thirtieth and may first were the deadliest days of the virus so far in the nation ABC news contributor and infectious disease specialist Dr Todd Ellery usually there's about a seven day incubation period and then they have symptoms and it's often not until their second week of symptoms that if things go bad that's usually when you see it and then when you look at mortality that's often a week or two after so so def's lag behind the initial illness tensions as a south Korean officials reporting north Korean troops opened fire on their guards along the border of the demilitarized zone secretary of state Mike Pompeii on ABC's this week we can confirm at least in this reports are that you've described just about right handful shots that came across from the north we think those were accidental south Koreans did return fire so far as we can tell there was no loss of life on either side this comes after north Korean dictator Kim Jong moon appeared to resurface following weeks of speculation about his health the NFL is expected to release its twenty twenty schedule later this week ESPN reporting that's expected to include the full seventeen weeks of play with the September tenth opener and the Super Bowl on February seventh teams are said to be preparing to conduct offseason workouts and June many camps virtually you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK Los Angeles county public health authorities are confirming another thirty eight deaths due to cold at nineteen that opposes the death toll up to twelve hundred and nine county public health director Barbara pharaoh also reported six hundred and ninety one new krone virus cases yesterday riverside county supervisors may vote Tuesday to end all local public health orders related to the corona virus given evidence that the outbreak is easing up locally board of supervisors chairman Emmanuel Perez says he and supervisor Karen Spiegel will move to nullify all four active health orders the house of mouse is doing what it can to help children cope the corona virus outbreak once Disneyland reopens following the pandemic busy this week unveiled twenty four new cloth face coverings.

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Line the stock market after the biggest rally in history what people are forgetting it had nothing to do with the company's performance I want you to understand ash why things are changing the stock market that three hundred and twenty percent rally forty eight percent of that rally came from the Fang stocks Facebook Netflix Amazon Google you can even add Microsoft and apple that's it therefore fangs stocks and into a big tech stocks so those stocks if you take Netflix Amazon Google as a group those are no longer leading the market yes apples is doing very well I understand that I get that but it used to always be the all for Netflix Amazon Google they they and she Amazon not Amazon and Netflix to voters one more apple yeah thank you these guys would always lead the market always lead the market they are called the leaders because they are growth stocks growth okay and that's what you have to have a leading the mark of that's changed now gross stocks are leading those stocks are not leading so if you got Facebook Netflix Amazon and Google those for stocks right there okay Facebook is not an all time you high anymore net flex way is not even near an all time new high Amazon not at all time new high Google is the only one is barely okay is barely at an all time new high they all of them all of them remember used to grunt together Facebook Netflix Amazon Google right there they are no longer leading the market so they shift now remember those four made up forty eight percent of the rally forty eight percent of our three hundred plus rally forty percent now they're gone sure they're trying to hold it up with what defensive stocks is not going to work it's not going to work so.

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Miller show we've got Jackie Schecter instead Hey guys trying to get a selfie but I'm terrible itself you so it's gonna end up being like me looking in the wrong direction hi my no I'm terrible at it I am through and also in the group selfie I'm always the one has told the camera's eye below your long arms but most of the largest person and you're also getting an anti I'm crouching I've long arms and I looked gigantic camera whenever there's a self interest in like that so I am always on the end of every photo in my arms like J. Norma's for whatever reason like whatever angle is really yeah I'm always the one on the end with the giant are you don't know why that is it's not good no before the break we were talking about this story and then look at this Americans probably be labor unions which is a sixteen year high Gallup is been tracking capability of unions for decades it's doubly rising since the recession ended this month they found sixty four percent people polled by Gallup proof of labor unions won the highest rates and that'll that's awesome century Americans not viewed labor unions and such because what since two thousand three really they attribute the objective I have not gone to that yet after bottoming out in two thousand ninety people reading was at forty percent the lowest on sorry I was highlighting came out a break work on that no the bond out in two thousand nine at forty eight percent that was the lowest on record so that but then when I first when I got slapped down I haven't gotten to that yet but the point of this story federal agents raided trade area home of UAW president well yeah yeah I don't want wanna sound well I know where that could be a a trump you and you know and that's why every it's really stand on this box over here a lot of make up yeah this is you so it's probably like foundation brown so yeah yeah this yes his box to be freshened up that's almost a yeah yesterday federal agents on Wednesday to send on the homes of top officials from nations one the nation's largest unions at the a raid on the home of Jerry Jones the current present the UAW and Dennis Williams his immediate predecessor signal that our medic escalation and for your probe into illegal payments to union officials and as a legal payments are coming from Chrysler fiat I do yeah this is PAM there that's a good for the manufacturers or the union and it's not good for this poll on American labor unions at the other Senate Democrats more favor are more likely to approve other labor unions and Republicans Democrats are at eighty two percent Republicans look at them out forty five percent yeah that's not that's not starting at all to talk about cable news yeah diet that so you took a break from something so you did not have to witness it all live to get your hopes up like dress missed it yeah I know so I decided a few weeks ago after going to a concert and feeling really good kind of listening to live music concert was it I could do was to be tough it's a tantrum okay and she there with young young the giant okay because we can you said that was a week and I thought Carly rae Jepsen and I felt really good after that that's fine yeah I'm a seven again I'll be fine I really like fitz the tantrums there really finding answered and so whoever they happen to be with her opening up for I think this was technically a joint bell but they were the first right band and they're super fun and interesting and I don't know anything about young the giant but they were put on a great show them the drain is great yeah they've got a great second round for a while yeah and they were great and the performance is great music was fabulous made a really good time and I just felt good and I thought gosh I should listen more music and watch less TV news I still watch on my terrible reality shows at night check those are terrible wind down but lot of Rafah but I'm in a during the day I was at the TV on in the background for as long as I can remember just the chatter I like the noise and I like to know what's going on and I realize that it wasn't getting a lot of new information that I was finding out everything I need is now online anyway and then it was just conversation about that and I didn't need to be inundated with everybody's opinion right I wasn't getting a lot of new wants or a lot of new information so I thought let's just try it and see how it works and I'm passionate cable news rehab and he did and after the first week I thought a lot better and I didn't feel any less informed and we're now going I think I'm in my third week now I just feel really good and I hear all the information I know what's going on and just don't have everybody else's thoughts about it right I can get that on Twitter if I wanted on Facebook or you know through news feeds but it's are incredibly refreshing and I'm discovering all kinds of new music and I'm having.

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Times and businesses from Bloomberg his Patrice a car robots are becoming smarter and more nimble and that's opening doors to jobs outside the automotive industry deliveries of robots to carmakers fell twelve percent last year but shipments to food and consumer products companies they surged forty eight percent Bloomberg's Tom blacks as robots can take over repetitive tasks picking and packing is is one of those areas and that that's exploding because of the commerce and the U. S. bureau of labor statistics says there's a record number of vacancies forever has jobs held by humans blacks as robots are now teachable even if you wanted to say I want you to grab a red apple and leave the green apples they can learn the next important step will be mobility so that you have the robot not only be able to see things being on the pick things up but I'll actually be able to to move in go to to where the task needs to be done still in the future the ability to fold clothes and load the dishwasher could we work on that please I'm Patrice Sikora Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio it's one Sam president trump is now firing away at one of his most prominent congressional investigators there have been repeated tweets over the weekend and strong reactions like Tom forty the president's acting chief of staff explains his most recent attacks on on African American member of Congress Maryland Democrat Elijah Cummings and his Baltimore area district this way he fights back when he feels like he's attacked what would Mr coming said this week was wrong Mick Mulvaney on CBS's face the nation Cummings has been critical of the president's board of policy and its enforcement and he's also investigating Mr trump on a number of fronts on ABC's this week in New York Democrat Jerry Nadler the president is as he often is discussing and racist Tom forty CBS news Washington Michigan congresswoman or she'd have to leave is one of four lawmakers president trump was criticized in recent weeks on CNN's state of the union should accuse the president of I hate agenda that is affecting Americans across the country our president has a hate agenda he doesn't have a policy agenda and that's when he falls down on speaking on ABC's this week New York mayor and democratic candidate bill de Blasio said his fellow Democrats should get caught up in the president's street trap Democrats can't fall into the trap and sometimes what we George we are too much I'm someone does believe there should be impeachment proceedings for example but I don't think which obsessive about it the president's latest tweets come days after special counsel Robert Muller is testimony before two congressional committees and we're getting an idea of how Americans view them a new ABC poll shows there's a division that reflect party lines when it comes to impeachment but how do they feel about foreign interference in our electoral system you're seeing a lot more confident that among Republicans that were ready for the challenge then you are among Democrats overall you have well more than half the country expressing at least some concern about how prepared we are to combat Russian invention that which was of course the main message Robert Muller trying to deliver as ABC news political director Rick Klein it's one twelve time for check on sports is mark Bennett domination the only way to describe the last three days at Fenway red Sox of completely had their way with the Yankees had scored on thirty eight thirteen take the first three games of the series yesterday's winning pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez admits they knew these were important games to get if they want to make up some ground policy coming here we know how big this.

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"My shouted out aria at the billboard music awards. You know, she's dying. So she's out Drake curse. Now. Twenty four guys. Sports Illustrated twenty eight percent Madden curse most real forty eight percent. Well, that that really. And so what who's mad in this year? Patrick, Mahomes, right homes who that is. I don't think that's gonna come true Brady was on the cover right in the past and the past won the Super Bowl. So that broke thicker, so, but there was a long list of guys where it was just one year after another. George Marshall Faulk Michael Vick dominant McNabb. I'm sorry. If I started that by being the original meeting in motion capture everybody. The cover of Sports Illustrated, though is probably one of the coolest things ever to to see yourself on the cover. How many of you in this room has been on the covers Sports Illustrated? Casey. So they think they're six and I'm counting. So I, you know, it's it's it's it's a good company to be in. You know? It's is pretty cool to say that you are on the cover sports illustrator when at home. Do you have it like, I don't. Oh, I don't have any sports memorabilia of mine. Wait, really? Yeah. Wow. My father has it. All okay. Started to kind of collect some stuff because I do some television hits and stuff that I'm doing the radio. So when I'm on TV, it's behind me now, they're so there's my my chargers throwback helmet. I love that one the white helmet with the the yellow. With our numbers in there. Really cool things. But you know, for the longest time, I kind of saw it as toxic things that were. Okay. And I didn't want to be reminded of it. But now former life, right, right? And now, I'm kind of starting to feel like, I'm okay? Because I remembered the good parts I always tended to look at the the negative parts. And and people always kinda showed me the negative things. And I I would I would go there, and it wasn't necessarily true. You know, there is truth. I was on the cover Sports Illustrated. That's pretty cool. It's pretty cool. I was at the Heisman Trophy with Randy moss Peyton Manning and Charles Woodson. That's pretty cool. It's pretty cool. Pretty awesome. Right. Yeah. I'd like to think that those things is good things and not like failures. Or some reason, you know, which is true. You know, I was drafted second overall by the San Diego Chargers. Awesome. You got a picture with Paul Tagliabue and Alex Panos up on the top there. Yeah..

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hi, andy. Hey, ben. So the fifty two number is something I get caught up on. So you and I are going to go in and business together. Okay. We're gonna go in half. But I'm going to take fifty two percent and give you forty eight percent. How that make you feel? We're not having any more. Percents ridiculous saying he saying, hey, guess what? We're not only going to go in has we're gonna take a little bit more just so you know, that the government getting more than half. And I hate that this just fifty two percent. So we can really let you know who you work for. Trey number. He just pulled that out of you know, some place and fifty two percent is meant to just make people feel bad because you know, no matter how hard you work that you're not even gonna get half. You're always going to have to give a little bit more to the government. It works, right? It works. Percent fifty two. No, no fifty two percent. Fifty two percent. So you work a forty hour week nineteen hours of it goes to you the rest goes to the US government. So you pay your fair share don't even get half. Don't even get half. You we expect you to go to work and work your ass off. And then you're gonna give us almost more than half of it because that's paying your fair. Share? This is what socialism literally looks like and the room cheered it. So the hand comes in and take fifty percent. And then it comes back into a little bit more than that. I mean, what else can I say? I think there's a lot of people that like it. I think I think I think this is you know, I think this is exactly what's going to happen. They love it. Well, when they all laughed. They all knew how crazy the idea. What that's why. When when she said gonna give voluntarily and he laughed at everybody. What the big joke. They never intend on given their first year. Appreciate the phone. Call. Thank you. Find three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three to a lot of you actually disagreeing with me in the last guy. If I screw the same. I apologize. Mark. Mark wavy ass-. I think it's Mark Cuevas says Ben I think fifty two percent is paying your fair share no one to be making more than two hundred thousand dollars a year. If you're making that much money as your obligation duty as an American help others. And that's why the government is going to use that money for good. No one deserves to make. Okay. So so let me get this straight. You think that every single person this country? It's a millionaire should not exist, a millionaire, every pro athlete every star everybody that creates something you believe that Fred Smith who created FedEx and all the jobs that come with it. You think you shouldn't be allowed to make more than two hundred and fifty dollars thousand dollars a year. That no American should be allowed to make a million that if you do make a million seven hundred and fifty thousand of it goes to the government. The other fifty goes to you. If you make a billion like the guy, Amazon, you think that all of that money except for two thousand dollars, you go the government. Five three five nine seven three two out of people actually believe this. Ben Ferguson show.

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Forty eight percent says he'll fight finish April twenty third runoff expect to appeal to the people of pampa and tell them what they can look forward to in my head. Ministration? And I think given the opportunity a lot of those voters will see the light yesterday cities. Former police chief got an endorsement from current mayor. Bob, buckhorn better double shooting in city liquors north Brask avenue. One person killed one wounded Tampa police don't believe the shooting was random, but they continue to investigate. No names have been released yet. President Trump says he would be very disappointed. If a report about North Korean missiles is correct. I would be very very disappointed in chairman Kim. And I don't think I will be. But we'll see what happens. We'll take a look Trump noting that it's a very early reports images reveal appear in efforts to rebuild a rocket test site in North Korea drop, the North Korean leader Kim Jong O'neil the second round of talks on denuclearisation just a week ago and former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort will be sentenced afternoon he'd been convicted of tax evasion. Bank fraud and failing to report foreign lobbying in a Virginia. A federal court, and it is official Tampa will host the WWE's wrestlemainia mayor Bob buckhorn making that announcement today. Beheld at Raymond James stadium. April fifth of next year. Minnesota wild tonight, Dan, the lightning six thirty pregame. Start live right here on NewsRadio WFL a twelve of four. Now, the Bloomberg market minute being brought to you by the Holland group. Retirement wealth advisers, Bloomberg market minute, stocks are moving lower and trading on economic concerns. The Nanteuil shares among the worst performers of the S and P five hundred is heading toward its longest losing streak this year. Kroger plunging in trading, the largest grocery store chain forecast earnings for the full year, the missed estimates. Kroger also posted fourth quarter profit that came up short Apollo global management is busy slowly picking up the pieces of GE capital, the finance arm that almost brought down General Electric Apollo already. But billions of investments once managed by capital. And Bloomberg has learned it's now. Looking at jeez. Insurance in jet, leasing businesses and Sony's reported investment in the rights to Michael Jackson's music. Suddenly looks risky, according.

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Well, then don't vote for it in the first place. But then don't ask us to pay for it warned that the loss of revenue could not be made up by continuing to tax. The rich the top one percent who already contribute. Forty eight percent of all New York tax revenue. He said, I don't believe in raising taxes on the rich God forbid, if the rich leave. Exactly the top one percent of New York who Alexander the customer, not pinger fair share and all these other knit brains. So they're not paying their fair. Share are already the top one percent or pay forty eight percent. The top one percent is ninety three thousand tax returns. They have thirty one percent of the income and they're paying forty eight percent of all the taxes. The top one percent go to the audio soundbites here is governor Cuomo yesterday in Albany, where the press conference on all of this was an economic civil war. It literally restructured the economy to help red state at the cost of blue states. That's exactly what it did. It was a diabolical political maneuver in the tax code. We are now seeing in the receipts the effect of salt. The collections are down to about thirty percent of the target is about a two point three billion dollar drop in. Revenues two point three billion dollars as a drop at this point in revenue as. Speaking for first graders here, I'm not going to air number nine. I'm gonna tell you what he says in it because I need to get to the meat in the next bite. He sets he speaks a damn slow. It's just getting to go nuts here. He said these changes fundamentally restructured our economy, people are mobile, they pick up their laptop and they move. They literally pack up a computer a move to another state. You do business over the computer, which means you're doing business in that state and your tax in that state. Not a New Yorker, we're losing at we can't keep losing people this way, it's not salt driving out people governor Cuomo. It's your own independent tax rate, you're irresponsible spending. And the fact that you've kept coming back and coming back and coming back and soaking the rich over and over and over again, and there's nothing to show for it. You got a crumbling infrastructure. You've got a widening income back, you've got income gap. You've got nothing to show for all this money that you've been collecting..

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Don't always call the cops. To call them. Business opportunity, right? It is such it is with such frequency. I call Pravo Sierra on ninety percent of all the drugs in the United States. Come through the ports of entry. Yeah. Not. So I don't buy that. At all. That's that's a fudging and manipulation of the numbers. And it's just not a talking. You're. Public opinion. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. Just like Steve Adler. Yeah. So don't take our taxes away or there won't be any cops and the ambulance keep on the job guys. Academia, appreciate it's. Alright jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety interesting story here. This is a new study. And it says the number of LBJ t q families is set to grow rapidly in the coming years, especially among millennials, and according to the survey from the family equality council. Forty eight percent of the LBJ t q millennials plan to become parents or expand their existing families. While sixty three percent are considering brand bring it now. Millennials are also more likely to expand their families via adoption foster care, reproductive technology are the old fashioned method of baby making currently about eight one point one percent of the millennials identifying as LBJ t q nearly twice the number of Americans over the age of thirty five. Okay. I I'm all for it. I'm pro for lotteries ins and. Say there's a gay couple a married couple. I know this goes without saying in most situations, you're with the gay couple, for example. You're not going to have a situation where one of them unexpectedly got knocked up and they get pregnant and work planning on it. And they have the baby, and they didn't really want to have the baby. And then it all goes from there. What you have is is generally two parents that want a child, they do whatever they can to obtain that child at adoption and. It means a lot to him. And they're willing to go to great lengths and spend a lot of money in many cases to do that. And they wanna make it work and they're going to do the best. They can right now. We have committed literally thousands of kids that need a home in Texas. Yes. So it's come to. It's kind of hard for anyone. Anyone listening to argue against families and marriage of LBJ TQ when you stop you want that child usually I mean, you know, ninety nine point nine percent. I would thank you really want a child, and you want to do everything you can't raise dumper Sarah exploding because it's becoming more acceptable. Yeah. For same sex. Marriages. It is. No, it's just more people are embracing that listen more opportunities wherever you get it for a child to be in a loving home. Please trying to argue that please try to argue against I'm sorry. I have a breaking story my left ear. I'll hang on.

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Why should red states be subsidizing rich northeasterners who are escaping the high tax rates that their states have imposed on why should federal tax payers be subsidizing these people if you're going to vote for people that are going to charge you a top tax rate of fourteen percent. And then you're going to spend the rest of your life trying to avoid it. Well, then don't vote for it in the first place. But then don't ask us to pay for it. Moore warned that the loss of revenue could not be made up by continuing to tax the rich. The top one percent who already contribute. Forty eight percent of all New York tax revenue. He said, I don't believe in raising taxes on the rich God forbid, if the rich leave. Exact the top one percent of New York who Alexandria cuts. You'll contests not paying your fair share and all these other knit brains. So they're not paying their fair. Share are already the top one percent of paying forty eight percent. The top one percent is ninety three thousand tax returns. They have thirty one percent of the income and they're paying forty eight percent of all the taxes. The top one percent go to the audio soundbites here is governor Cuomo yesterday in Albany, where the press conference on all of this was an economic civil war. It literally restructured the economy to help red states at the cost of blue states. That's exactly what it did. It was a diabolical political maneuver in the tax code. We are now seeing in the receipts the effect of salt. The collections are down to about thirty percent of the target is about a two point three billion dollar drop in revenues two point three billion dollars as a drop at this point in revenue Caitlyn's as. Speaking for first graders here, I'm not going to air number nine. I'm gonna tell you what he says in it because I need to get to the meat in the next bite. He sets. He speaks a damn slow. It's just go nuts here. He said these changes fundamentally restructured our economy, people are mobile, they pick up a laptop and they move. They literally pack up a computer a move to another state. You do business over the computer, which means you're doing business in that state. And you're taxed in that state. Not a New Yorker, we're losing, and we can't keep losing people this way, it's not salt driving out people governor Cuomo. It's your own independent tax rate, you're irresponsible spending. And the fact that you've kept coming back and coming back and coming back and soaking the rich over and over and over again, and there's nothing to show for it. You got a crumbling infrastructure. You've got a widening income back, you've got income gap. You've got nothing to show for all this money that you've been collecting. So now, here's Cuomo admitting. What you never hear a democrat. Admit what you. Never hear a leftist. Admit one percent of the tax payers speed it up nearly half of all the taxes. Five percent. Sixty three percent of all the revenue top ten percent. Seventy four percent of all the revenue tax the rich tax the rich tax the rich. We did. Now, God forbid the rich leaf before salt, a New York City tax payer paid about forty five percent after sold that tax increase goes up about two percent tax payer in Florida would see knowing crease probably would see a decrease and Florida also has the advantage of Noah's they tax. Yes is going to be the tipping point. Right. And you don't see Florida running out of money away. You people are with no state income tax and estate tax. Why fled down here nineteen Ninety-seven? And here's what the governor in two thousand nine David Paterson said when he found out the reason, I moved out of New York if I knew that would be the result, I referred about the taxes earlier he was asked about me leaving. If I if I if I want to know, we got Limbaugh, I would have raised taxes sooner. So I've been down here since nineteen Ninety-seven. My parents taught me never to talk about money that it's impolite not good manners rude. And all that I would love to tell you. I was audited for twelve years by these people after I left I had to prove fourteen different ways for everyday to your where I was because they did not believe me when I told him. I was never there. You would not believe and you and and so now I have a deal whatever I spent a day working in New York. I o x. I would love to tell you what that number is. But I'm not going to because I was raised properly. But I don't go there. And it's not the money. It's the whole principal thing. It's not that. I can't afford to go work in New York. It's just that. I'm not going to give them the money. I, and that's why left in one thousand nine hundred seven to all kinds of criticism that I was being selfish and not the hang of other people. Well, I was just however many years ninety seven is from today ahead of the game. Magic continue on the network.

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Forty eight percent of all New York tax revenue. He said, I don't believe in raising taxes on the rich God forbid, if the rich leave. Exactly the top one percent of New York who Alexander customer, not paying your fair share and all these other knit brains. So they're not paying your fair share are already the top one percent of paying forty eight percent. The top one percent is ninety three thousand tax returns. They have thirty one percent of the income and they're paying forty eight percent of all taxes. The top one percent go to the audio soundbites here is governor Cuomo yesterday in Albany, where the press conference on all of this was an economic civil war. It literally restructured the economy to help red states at the cost of blue states. That's exactly what it did. It was a diabolical political maneuver in the tax code. We are now seeing in the receipts the effect of salt. The collections are down to about thirty percent of the target, right? Is about a two point three billion dollar drop in revenues two point three billion dollars as a drop at this point in revenue as. Speaking for first graders here, I'm not gonna air number nine. I'm gonna tell you what he says in it because I need to get to the meat in the next bite. He said he speaks a damn slow. It's just go nuts here. He said these changes fundamentally restructured our economy, people are mobile, they pick up their laptop and they move. They literally pack up a computer, and you move to another state. You do business over the computer, which means you're doing business in that state and your tax in that state. Not a New Yorker, we're losing we can't keep losing people this way, it's not salt driving out people governor Cuomo. It's your own independent tax rate, you're irresponsible spending. And the fact that you've kept coming back and coming back and coming back and soaking the rich over and over and over again, and there's nothing to show for it. You got a crumbling infrastructure. You've got a widening income back, you've got income gap. You've got nothing to show for all this money that you've been collecting. So now here is Cuomo admitting what you never hear a democrat. Admit what you. Never hear a leftist. Admit one percent of the tax payers speed it up nearly half of all the taxes. Top five percent. Sixty three percent of all the revenue top ten percent. Seventy four percent of all the revenue tax the rich tax the rich tax the rich. We did. Now, God forbid, the rich leave before salt, a New York City tax payer paid about forty five percent after sold that tax increase goes up about two percent. A tax payer in Florida would see no increase probably would see a decrease and Florida also has the advantage of Noah's state tax. Yes is going to be the tipping point. Right. And you don't see Florida running out of money. The way you people are with no state income tax and estate tax. Why fled down here nineteen Ninety-seven? And here's what the governor in two thousand nine David Paterson said when he found out the reason, I moved out of New York if I knew that would be the result. I thought about the taxes earlier he was asked about me leaving if I if I if I want to know, we got Limbaugh, I would have raised taxes sooner. So I've been down here since nineteen Ninety-seven. My parents taught me never to talk about money that it's impolite not good manners rude. And all that I would love to tell you. I was audited for twelve years by these people after I left I had to prove fourteen different ways for everyday the year where I was because they did not believe me when I told him. I was never there. You would not believe and you and so now I have a deal whatever I spent a day working in New York. I o x. I would love to tell you what that number is. But I'm not going to because I was raised properly. But I don't go there. And it's not the money. It's the whole principal thing. It's not that. I can't afford to go work in New York. It's just that. I'm not going to give them the money. I, and that's why left in one thousand nine hundred seven the all kinds of criticism that I was being selfish and not the hang of other people. Well, I was just however many years Ninety-seven is from today ahead of the game. A magic continue on the net worth six.

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:02 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on WTVN

"Folks are the liberals Lebanon, the cat out of the bag on a couple of key issues of theirs. It is stunning. It is stunning to be out last week when his northern business began and the New York state Senate action on post birth abortion. Partial Burt host birth abortion w standing ovation a New York state Senate, basically saying the same thing another not even talking about that they're covering that up with this black face business and his Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax. So they've let the cat out of the bag. What abortion really is? And now Andrew Cuomo Andrew Cuomo. The governor of New York has let the cat out of the bag on democrat tax policy and in so doing Andrew Cuomo. And we've got the sound bites that the drive-by media is not playing. From Andrew Cuomo making the case for why I left New York in nineteen ninety seven. And I got to tell you this folks, this the deep state, I cannot imagine the total exasperation. The wit's end frustration the absolute after all of this inability to make a single dim in Donald Trump and his his job approval has got to be driving them nuts. The Rasmussen people put out the presidential approval numbers today. We know they're right because of CNN's numbers yesterday. Rasmussen has trumpet forty eight percent approval. After all of this after over two years of ninety two percent negative news coverage multiple times a day. After the coordinated effort of the deep state with the Muller investigation, a so-called Russian collusion investigation, and all of the illegal activity in court to shut down the elements of the Trump agenda, all of the media coverage designed to portray Donald Trump is an absolute wandering shred of human debris, the purpose of which was to get his approval numbers down to the thirties. And they were even fantasizing about the twenties because that's the only way they're going to be able to get rid of him. And here he is on the day of the state of the union starting the third year of his four-year term. And he is at forty eight percent. Two points higher than Obama. This means that in terms of their objective. The actions of the deep state in the past two plus years have to be chalked up as a bomb. Now. Some of you might disagree. It's a rush. They have inflicted. Great damage. I'm not denying that. But the primary objective they had because as you know, there wasn't any collusion. Trump has not committed any crimes any impeachable high crimes and misdemeanors. They were trying to create all of that. They have been trying to create its Turkoman stances were Trump supporters would get fed up and tired and abandoned him they haven't and they won't I told you. And the reason I know this forty eight percent Rasmussen number is true is CNN yesterday released their number and Trump is at forty in their number. And remember we play the audio sound bite of the anchor at info babe, poppy Harlow expressing complete frustration at it. I don't know how this number can be. She said they're all sitting there thinking every day a number of different things. They're going to find the smoking gun that Trump colluded with Russia or that they can say Trump colluded order, they're going to succeed in driving approval numbers down to the point that nobody will defend him, and he has to go in there bombing out. And and when you add on the other side of this the mistakes, they're making that are demonstrating what abortion really is. And what their tax policy really is. Now, we still have a big job, and we still have to inform as many Americans as possible drive bys are not for example, going to tell anybody what Andrew Cuomo is done. They're not going to tell anybody how he stepped in it big time. How he is evening. Shoes right now, they're not going to report that, but we will we'll put it in context of making understandable, the drive bys are doing everything they can to avoid covering what happened in the New York. State Senate New York legislature on abortion post birth and they're working overtime to cover up the real problem with Ralph Northam the real problem with northern is not this black face business. It's an embarrassment. The Democrats how can they how can they not force? This guy out when they forced the Covington kids out of the Catholic church because what they supposedly did. So literally hypocrisy there. Enor- them. I guarantee over northern northern sitting there saying in a lot of you mean to tell me because something happened in my yearbook way back when Ron dressed up like Amos, and Andy or whatever it is. I gotta quit. Well, Donald Trump didn't have quit. Donald Trump survived the access Hollywood video Donald Trump survived. Stormy daniels. Donald why should I quit if he didn't? That's what Northerns telling himself, and that's what his supporters are telling their themselves. And they're all saying if we can just hang on 'til the media gets bored. Hang on for four or five days a week and survived. This. Now, the Lieutenant governor this. Justin. Fairfax. The Washington Post took out after this guy because there's a woman from Stanford California, not far from where Christy in ballsy Ford works and lives who claims that this guy sexually assaulted her longtime ago, he's denying it left. And right. The Washington Post did a story supporting the woman Justin Fairfax democrat in good standing cannot understand. Why a drive by media outlet would oppose him the development on this is today. The woman in the Justin. Fairfax case has hired the legal team of Christine ballsy Ford to go prosecute the guy. They've hired. Everybody that helped ballsy four, driver takeout. Brett cavanaugh. Oh, yeah. This is setting up nicely today. And I don't know if you have heard this. This was just a belief bleep little reasonable. Newsflash. That happened at about ten fifteen today. And let me read it to you in its entirety. US Justice department and homeland security department conclude there was no material impact. From foreign interference on the two thousand eighteen election joint statement to follow. Well, of course, anybody think after the Democrats win the house that the Russians are going to have had anything to do with it. Of course, there was no Russian interference. When the Democrats win. Of course, there wasn't any collusion when the Democrats win and notice they put the statement out here. Justice department, which would include the FBI homeland security granted Trump's executive departments executive branch cabinet level areas. But they're putting out the statement that. They looked. They looked really hard. They went and talked to Muller. They've talked to Weisman. They've talked to all these investment Fini evidence. The Russians tried to tamper with a twenty eighteen. Nope. Nope. Not a shred. In fact, not a shred not even a suspicion. Not even down there with Brenda Sykes, not one bit of concern about the Russians interfering. Materially or impacting? The twenty eighteen election. Somebody sent me this after I had seen it being, ma'am. I'm convinced that they miss read it and saw two thousand sixteen when it says two thousand eighteen. So I. Wrote back. I said, no, no, no. This is two thousand eighteen and what did you think that they're going to be running around saying the election was fraudulent after the Democrats win it. Beijing how the Russians after so wildly succeeding in two thousand sixteen. Look what they did. Thank god. Donald Trump elected president. Look at how they outsmarted the smartest of the smart in the Washington and New York deep state, they were so successful. They were so amazingly deeply able to penetrate the American electoral system that they just didn't even try two years later, isn't that amazing? But that is what they are asking us to believe. I want to hear want you to hear a couple of things audio soundbites forget to the state of the union and Andrew Kumhal and latest Ralph Northam and everything but a couple of funny soundbites grabs sound bite number number. Oh, grabs number number one. I there's a there's a new fifteen minute video that the lawyers for the Covington kids have assembled and they are serious. These people are have absentee letters of notification of potential lawsuits to name the members of the drive by media everybody at CNN that reported on this and lied about it same thing reporters wherever they are FOX NBC. They're named and the networks themselves. Warning them that if they don't apologize and make this right that they're going to be targeted for a massive defamation slanders lawsuit because of what they did to the comington kids and in the process of trying to get an apology out of the networks. They've they've put together a fifteen minute video that has everything in order chronologically, and what really happened at very simply it's this. The Congressional Black Israelites were out there trashing the kids they were accusing half of being gay abra accusing them of being racist. Pigs they they accused them of being future school shooters. The kids were ignoring them. The kids didn't say a word the kids were having fun. The kids in order to rebut that then start their school cheer with permission from their chaperones about this time this charlatan. Aging decrepit, Indian protester nascent Nathan Phillips, grabs his wardrobe and grabs his band of protesters and decides to approach the kids now the kids coming up there beating the war drums, doing a chant. Maybe the kids think some allies are coming because it is patently obvious who the instigators in this arts. Congressional Black Israelites Hebrew, Islam whatever, but Nathan Phillips comes up, and he starts lying on camera that the kids were the ones shouting the racist invective that they were doing the Tomahawk chop to intimidate the Indians. And it was the Congressional Black Israelites doing every Nathan Phillips has been exposed as a total liar in fraud. In this fifteen minute video, but I just want to play for you a few seconds of it. I'm watching it. And something struck me. It just made me laugh, I know him odd. And I know things that make me laugh make other people get clenched fist serious and mad. It's only fifteen seconds. And there's a lot of noise. I'm gonna have to play this probably two times you'll hear it all. The Congressional Black Israelites are shouting at the kids. And the first voice you hear will be the leader. And there's only four these guys only four Congressional Black Israelites. There's only four of them there on this video at the time. And they start condemning the kids and and others. And then you hear the kids. This is what I find funny. React to it. And then the Congressional Black Israelites come back with another insult and the kids react again. Now here is just fifteen seconds. And maybe you can spot y visit meals me..

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:03 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Man, folks are the liberals letting the cat out of the bag couple of key issues of theirs. It is stunning. It is stunning to be pointed that out last week when this northern business began and the New York state Senate action on post birth abortion, not partial bird host birth abortion. Getting a standing ovation the New York state Senate northern basically saying the same thing another not even talking about that they're covering that up with this black face business and his Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax. So they've let the cat out of the bag. What abortion really is? And now Andrew Cuomo Andrew. The governor of New York has let the cat out of the bag on democrat tax policy and in so doing Andrew Cuomo. And we've got the sound bites that the drive by media is not playing. Br Mandra Cuomo making the case for why I left New York in nineteen ninety seven. And I got to tell you this folks, this the deep state, I cannot imagine the total exasperation. The wit's end frustration the absolute after all of this inability to make a single dent in Donald Trump. And his job approval has got to be driving them nuts. The Rasmussen people put out the presidential approval numbers today. We know they're right because of CNN's numbers yesterday. Rasmussen has trumpet forty eight percent approval. After all of this after over two years of ninety two percent negative news coverage multiple times a day. After the coordinated effort of the deep state with the Muller investigation of so-called Russian collusion investigation, and all of the illegal activity in court to shut down the elements of the Trump agenda, all of the media coverage designed to portray Donald Trump is an absolute wondering shred of human debris, the purpose of which was to get his approval numbers down to the thirties. And they even fantasizing about the twenties because that's the only way they're going to be able to get rid of him. And here he is on the day of the state of the union starting to third year of his four-year term. And he is at forty eight percent. Two points higher than Obama. This means that in terms of their objective. The actions of the deep state in the past two plus years have to be chalked up as a bomb. Now. Some of you might disagree. It's a rush. They have inflicted. Great damage. I'm not denying that. But the primary objective they had because as you know, there wasn't any collusion. Trump has not committed any crimes any impeachable high crimes and misdemeanors. They were trying to create all of that. They have been trying to create circumstances where Trump supporters would get fed up and tired and abandoned him they haven't and they won't I told you. And the reason I know this forty eight percent Rasmussen number is true is CNN yesterday released their number and Trump is at forty in their number. And remember we play the audio sound bite of the anchor info babe, poppy Harlow expressing complete frustration at it. I don't know how this number can be. She said they're all sitting there thinking every day, a number different things. They're going to find the smoking gun that Trump colluded with Russia or that they can say Trump colluded or they're going to succeed in driving his approval numbers down the point that nobody will defend him, and he has to go in there bombing out. And and when you add on the other side of this the mistakes, they're making that are demonstrating what abortion really is. And what their tax policy really is. Now, we still have a big job, and we still have to inform as many Americans as possible drive bys are not for example, gonna tell anybody what Andrew Cuomo is done. They're not going to tell anybody how he stepped in it big time how he is eating. What are your shoes right now? They're not going to report that but we will. And we'll put it in context to make an understandable. The drive bys are doing everything they can to avoid covering what happened in the New York. State Senate New York legislature on abortion post birth and they're working overtime to cover up the real problem with Ralph northern the real problem with northern is not this black face business. It's an embarrassment. The Democrats how can they how can they will not force this guy out when they forced the Covington kids out of the Catholic church because of what they supposedly did. So literally hypocrisy there. Enor- them. I guarantee your northern is northern sitting there saying a lot of Democrats. You mean to tell me because of something happened in my yearbook way back when Ron dressed up like Amos, and Andy or whatever it is. I gotta quit. Well, Donald Trump didn't have to quit. Donald Trump survived the access Hollywood video Donald Trump survived. Stormy daniels. Donald why should I quit if he didn't? That's what Northerns telling himself, and that's what his supporters telling their themselves. And they're all saying if we could just hang on 'til the media gets bored. Hang on for four or five days a week and survived. This. Now, the Lieutenant governor this. Justin. Fairfax. The Washington Post took out after this guy because there's a woman from Stanford California, not far from where Christine ballsy Ford works lives claims that this guy sexually assaulted her longtime ago, he's denying it left. And right. The Washington posted a story supporting the woman, Justin Fairfax democrat in good standing cannot understand. Why a drive by media outlook would oppose him the development on? This is today. The woman in the Justin. Fairfax case has hired the legal team of Christine ballsy Ford to go prosecute the guy. They've hired. Everybody that helped ballsy four, driving takeout. Brett cavanaugh. Oh, yeah. This is setting up nicely today. And I don't know if you have heard this. This was just a bleep little brief little news flash. That happened at about ten fifteen today. And let me read it to you in. It's entirety US Justice department and homeland security department conclude there was no material impact. From foreign interference on the two thousand eighteen in what Shen joint statement to follow. Well, of course, but he think after the Democrats win the house that the Russians are going to have had anything to do with it. Of course, there was no Russian interference. When the Democrats win. Of course, there wasn't any collusion when the Democrats win and notice they put the statement out here. Justice department, which would include the FBI and homeland security and granted these are Trump's executive departments executive branch cabinet level areas. But they're putting out the statement that. They've looked. They looked really hard. They went and they talked to Muller. They've talked to Weisman. I've talked to all these investigate. You've seen any evidence. The Russians tried to tamper with the twenty eighth. Nope. Nope. Not a shred. In fact, not a shred not even a suspicion. Not even down there with Brenda Sykes, not one bit of concern about the Russians interfering. Materially or impacting? The twenty eighteen election. Somebody sent me this after I had seen it. Then man. I'm convinced that they misread it. And saw two thousand sixteen when it says two thousand eighteen. So I. Wrote back. I said, no, no, no. This is two thousand eighteen and what did you think that they're going to be running around saying the election was fraudulent after the Democrats win it. Beijing how the Russians after so wildly succeeding in two thousand sixteen. Honey, look what they did take Donald Trump elected president. Look at how they outsmarted the smartest of the smart in the Washington and New York deep state, they were so successful. They were so amazingly deeply able to penetrate the American electoral system that they just didn't even try two years later, isn't that amazing? But that is what they are asking us to believe. I want to hear I want you to hear a couple of things audio soundbites against the state of the union and Andrew Kumhal and latest Ralph Northam everything but couple of funny soundbite grab somebody number number. Oh, grabs number number one. I there's a there's a new fifteen minute video that the lawyers for the Covington kids have assembled and they are serious. These people are have have sent letters of notification of potential lawsuits to named members of the drive by media. Everybody at CNN that reported on this and lied about it same thing reporters wherever they are FOX NBC named and the networks themselves. Warning them that if they don't apologize and make this right that they're going to be targeted for a massive defamation slanders lawsuit because of what they did to the comington kids and in the process of trying to get an apology out of the networks. They've they've put together a fifteen minute video that has everything in order chronologically at what really happened and very simply it's this. The Congressional Black Israelites were out there trashing the kids they were accusing half of them being gay. They were accusing them of being racist. Pigs. They they accused them of being future school shooters. The kids were ignored them. The kids didn't say a word the kids were having fun. The kids in order to rebut that then start their school cheer with permission from their chaperones about this time this charlatan. Aging decrepit Indian protests renascent, Nathan Phillips, grab just war drum and grabs his band of protesters and decides to approach the kids the kids think that they're coming up there beating the war, drums, they're doing a chant. Maybe the kids think some allies are coming because it is patently obvious who the instigators this arts. Congressional Black Israelites, Hebrew, Islam, whatever. But Nathan Phillips comes up, and he starts lying on camera that the kids were the one shouting the racist invective that they were doing the Tomahawk chop do intimidate the Indians. If it was the Congressional Black Israelites doing every Nathan Phillips has been exposed as a total liar and fraud. In this fifteen minute video, but I just want to play for you a few seconds of it. I'm watching it and something struck we it just made me laugh. I know I'm odd. And I know things that make me laugh make other people get clenched fist serious and mad. It's only fifteen seconds. And there's a lot of noise. I'm gonna have to play this probably two times you to hear it all. The Congressional Black Israelites are shouting at the kids. And the first voice you hear will be the leader. And there's only four these guys only four Congressional Black Israelites. There's only four of them there on this video at the time. And they start condemning the kids. And and others. And then you hear the kids. This is what I find funny. React to it. And then the rational black Israelites come back with another insult and the kids react again. Now here is just fifteen seconds. And maybe you can spot why visit meals me..

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on KGO 810

"To learn more players in double figures one for each side, Z O Paula four seven from the floor eleven total points to go along with four rebounds just to suing ten points five boards for cow. Fears have done a lot of things well, including shooting the ball extremely well at the start of the ball game. But cooled off a bit as we approached the house. Yeah, they missed to seven and last night shots from the field after being up around fifty eight percent, but nevertheless has forty eight percent ever. Again, be the best shot at a conference game right through the dot conference portion so shooting it pretty well. The big thing is to getting the ball in the paint. They got twenty four points in the paint out of a total of thirty eight. So could continue to do that. They got a great chance to win the game. And I I don't think I would have expected that coming in again, we're the length and height of Stanford yet, you know, what like you said sometimes, you know, somebody so well, you just have to end up doing some different things. Well, they made some additional passes inside the interior passing for the most part pretty good. Doing they gave a free assessment of all come around the basket where he's Braun the defense. And remember when he got shot blockers, they want to get up to the air, but they want to show you think block shots, please. Take advantage of added fish inside. Bradley got one inside a think Qatar VANOVER they've actually thrown over the top of the defense for two bucks to him. We're back with more of the halftime show. Cal thirty eight Stanford thirty seven's the calbears sports network from learfield. Ask any Honda Accord driver, and they'll tell you why is the only car for that. The safe reliable icy. And most importantly, it has the technology of appease my dad had a Honda. My sister had a Honda. So I had my time. By the way, that it looks got my second. My I say.

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Cross invite talent United blood services, these these awareness weeks are fantastic. But be prepared that for the next month. It is going to be about the heart. All the time. We are going to just. Day after day after day have stories or the latest on heart and heart disease. And I don't know if you know these articles waits on purpose like circulating just published. It today. You know, here we are right before, you know, big heart awareness month. But I don't mind that I don't mind if there's a little marketing involved, or I don't mind there's a little bit of. You know, PR and strategy because honestly. What a heart attack hits you. You may never have a chance to get your poop together my father. He wasn't sick until the day died. And he had heart knew he wouldn't get chat. Stubborn stubborn. I don't want to go to the doctor daddy. Daddy. Daddy, you know, if your cholesterol's high you'd be limits are. I had to leave me load. You say leave me alone. Leave me love. Don't leave me alone. But you know, I don't want you alone in a graveyard. And now he is a shame. I miss my daddy. But he was stubborn. You wouldn't even have taken the medication. So they say the forty eight percent prevalence of cardiovascular disease, which is nearly one hundred twenty one point five million adults is an uptick now why? Well. Maybe because the high blood pressure guidelines were updated. So now we've lowered the bar so where somebody is.

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"forty eight percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to Bloomberg best on Bloomberg radio. I'm June Grosso. And I'm Ed Baxter. Volkswagen of America. Ceo, Scott, Keough sees a major growth opportunity in sedans and says it's still a segment worth pursuing. Bloomberg's David Westin. Spoke with Keough relatively new job. You got a lot of success Audi Volkswagen America, you've got some challenges. I mean, you've got some volume challenging you've got some margin. Jones's gonna address that has upset fit into that. Well, look, I think the automotive business some things don't change you need a great team. You need a strong brand good dealer network. And that's exactly what we're going to continue to hear. Yes, we have our challenges. But you know, let's not forget the fact that we grew four point two percent. We had a great year. Forty eight percent of our business would be SUV's that we have behind you. So we have a lot of good things to work on us a platform on the margin question. Do you have to shut down some model's as well as anti? You know, look, we're always gonna make intelligent decisions behind us. Here is the mythical beetle. That's a goal we had to let go of, you know, the myth and soul in the history of that. But frankly, this segment got Tunisia in small. So we'll always make these smart pragmatic decisions. Like, we've done with the beetle, but no facade fully launching Jetta rocking and rolling and doing well, one of the things I've seen at the show already is obviously we have some great news. Products. But there are also some other issues with the economy about China about trade, how does trade effect VW America's what used to be simple business uses at the worry about the car business. Now, you have all these macro issues, particularly the trade issues. Look, I think on the trade front the two big issues there. Of course, the first one is the US MCA or NAFTA two point. Oh, I think we have good transparency. We've put what this means for us. And I think we're in relatively good shape, as you know, we have a plan to Mexico. We have a big plant in Chattanooga. And the big thing we're looking at is the labor value context we have five years to comply, and I think we'll put together a smart strategy to comply with regard to the other terrorists coming from Europe. Not a very big impact on the Volkswagen business since ninety five ninety six percent of our volume comes here from the North American market produced here locally. So I think we have smart solutions. But like anything you have to be prepared in these times. Overall, car market passenger vehicles and trucks in seventeen point three million. Last year a little bit over the prior year hill things are going to be down in a downmarket. How'd you take marketshare because how do you grow downmarket, you compete, and I think the best way to compete has launched new products? So we have the new Passat we have a new version of the Jeddah. We avenue and Oliver SUV's afresh. So we feel in a good position. But I think you have to be smart this concept of having huge growth rates. I think is you need to have a lot of caution with that need to be smart with your inventory needs to be smart with your turn rates because obviously with interest rates going up. You don't wanna be sitting on a lot of stock. So I think we can grow. I think we will grow. We're going to be smart about it. But the truth of your motive business, it's been peaking plateauing since two thousand sixteen. So it's environment. We've been reading for. So we've seen that before what we have is electric vacation autonomy, and everyone we talked to says we've got to find a lot of money to invest in that we've got to get money off of our core business. Invest in going about doing that. It'd be w pointing the good news is Volkswagen has a phenomenal global footprint, as you know, we have massive success in scale in China massive success and scale in in Europe. And we have twenty percent market shares in these places. So we have the ability to fund business. You've seen the recent announcements thirty four billion dollars in factories and platforms in vehicles to fund that future. So I think that's a huge thing. We're probably scale successful company that can invest, and we'll be making those investments here in the US. I anticipate local production of an electric vehicle something we'll be announcing soon, and I think this is an exciting opportunity. No debate where Volkswagen deserves to be what about co-production I talked to Jim Hackett the CEO Ford yesterday. And we talked about the possibility of VW and Ford cooperating some things that he allowed us how maybe in Europe, maybe perhaps you might make some cars four four. But he says it's not limited to Europe might have him back here as well. Is there a possibility afford making so cars for VW? I said, look, I think we'll look at anything smart. I mean, what the customer cares about it a beautiful car at a great price with great technology. If we can manage the cost manage the complexity and handle these investments with a partner. It's a smart thing to look at. We have a good history with four we've done some great partnerships in South America. So good partnerships from your so I'm not certain what's going to come of all the announcements. But if you can do it, it makes sense why not? We have to drive costs down. We have to drive the investments down and all the consumer wants is a great car. So. As I said, you had some real success at what are you bringing over to VW, that's a very different market segment from what out he was successively competed in the luxury market. How can you translate that into the more mass market? You know, I think the two things that I'm family focused on his one you need a strong brand strong pricing. Power a strong brand gives you loyalty. I think obviously, the Volkswagen brand has had some challenges, and we wanna bring this brand life. We want to make it a brand that matters again in a profound way in the American marketplace. And I think we'll do that the second thing is, of course, the dealer network. If you want to be successful in the US marketplace, you need a dealer network. That's behind you. So I've been putting a lot of my time a lot of my efforts into that network. And with those two pieces those two things that I am taking out the license that was CEO, Scott keel and coming up Ford CEO James Hackett, this is Bloomberg. Why should you volunteer with meals on wheels? I never thought that five minutes could make so much difference in the lives of two people and a half drop off a warm meal and get more than you, expect volunteer at America. Let's do lunch dot org. 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"forty eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"forty eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Forty-one San Antonio's first news with Charlie Parker down the backstretch. Good news. Actually, great news. The death rate from cancer dropped twenty seven percent over the last twenty five years. And according to a new report from the American Cancer Society statistics show, two and a half million deaths have been avoided from nine thousand nine hundred one to two thousand sixteen some of the factors that contributed to the decline in cancer death rate, reduce smoking advances in early detection. And of course treatment lung cancer deaths among men declined forty eight percent. Lung cancer deaths. Among women dropped twenty three percent. However, lung cancer, which is the number one cancer killer still accounts for one fourth twenty five percent of all cancer deaths. The report notes that women began smoking in large numbers, many years later than men and we're a little slower to quit breast cancer death rates declined forty percent from nineteen ninety to two thousand sixteen among women and again improvements in early detection credited for that decline. Now, one glaring issue on covered by this report is that there's a large disparity in treatment and success rates between as you would expect the rich and the poor and African American patients also have worse overall conditions. The story did not mention money raised for cancer research into fight cancer by men in the month of November. When they have that Movember crane where men stop shaving now, certainly not as important as fighting cancer. But there is a new. Public service has been started by a British college. Student called Janu hairy excuse me. January a month for women. To stop shaving their body hair. So that women can challenge for social norms raise money for charities that promote a healthy body image. So sorta like November. But with a feminist twist was started by a charity called body gossip that is all about body, positively. So there's suggesting that women for the month of January, let your leg. Armpit facial in part hair flow. Uncomfortable. I'm sorry. Harry, baby. Somebody cool me down. January. I guess I deal with that darn pit all any any and all I could deal with it. I mean for a month with a wallet pillows in the bed to separate you two. Those.

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