35 Burst results for "Forty Five Million Dollar"

Roku Tops Q2 Earnings Expectations

Daily Tech Headlines

00:19 sec | 10 months ago

Roku Tops Q2 Earnings Expectations

"Beat analysts estimates in its q two earnings. Earning fifty two cents per share on revenue of six hundred forty five million dollars up eighty one percent of the year however the company missed analysts estimates on active user accounts with fifty five point one million up one point five million onto quarter streaming hours. Were also down five percent on the quarter to seventeen point four billion

Pfizer, Subsidiaries Agree to Pay $345M in EpiPen Settlement

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Pfizer, Subsidiaries Agree to Pay $345M in EpiPen Settlement

"Visor into subsidiaries have agreed to pay three hundred forty five million dollars under a proposed settlement to resolve lawsuits over EpiPen price hikes the litigation goes back five years when lawsuits were filed alleging anti competitive conduct Abby pens auto injectable devices that are used for emergency treatment of a life threatening allergic reaction in two thousand seven and Abby pen package cost about one hundred dollars today it costs more than six hundred fifty dollars without pharmacy coupons or discounts a Pfizer spokesperson denied any wrongdoing and email to Casey you are radio adding this turns the focus on breakthroughs that change patients lives I'm a Donahue

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Nevada announces $45M settlement with McKinsey over opioids

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Nevada announces $45M settlement with McKinsey over opioids

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the vada reaches a settlement with the firm tied to the opioid crisis after electing not to be party to a multi state settlement the vada has struck a deal with global consulting firm McKinsey and company for its role in helping Purdue pharma increased sales of prescription pain killers during the national opioid crisis McKinsey and company has agreed to pay the VAT up forty five million dollars in February the New York based company settled for five hundred seventy three million dollars with forty seven states the district of Columbia and five U. S. territories according to state Attorney General Aaron Ford had Nevada been party to the multi state deal it would have received seven million dollars hi Mike Rossi

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Archer-Daniels-Midland to Pay $45 Million to Settle Peanut Farmers' Price-Fixing Claims

Marketplace Minute

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Archer-Daniels-Midland to Pay $45 Million to Settle Peanut Farmers' Price-Fixing Claims

"Midland. Says it will pay forty five million dollars to settle allegations. It colluded defects the price of peanuts. That's according to the wall street journal. Thousands of farmers sued the company archer. Daniels midland denies any wrongdoing and the prices

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With Films and Audiences Scarce, Regal Cinemas Shuts its Doors

Business Wars Daily

04:22 min | 1 year ago

With Films and Audiences Scarce, Regal Cinemas Shuts its Doors

"From wondering I'm David Brown in this business wars daily on this Friday October night some sad news this week about the film industry. One of the biggest movie theater chains in America is Shutting Down Indefinitely Regal Cinemas is rolling up the red carpet at it's five hundred plus theaters in America last Sunday Regal's parent company sent a world announced it would suspend operations beginning yesterday cinna world has also closing more than one hundred, twenty, five theaters in the UK it's the largest. Movie Theater Operator there in the second largest in the world after rival AMC entertainment holdings according to the Wall Street. Journal the suspension could last two months or a little longer according to send a world's CEO speaking with New York Times the suspension. The second one for the company since the pandemic started affects forty thousand US employees and fifty five hundred in Britain and Ireland. Industry Trade. Paper variety call last weekend decision to suspend operations sudden and shocking officials made the choice after. MGM On Friday postponed the release of its next James Bond movie no time to die. MGM had planned to release the double o seven Caper in November. Now it's planned tentatively, we assume for next April even pre pandemic theaters depended on blockbuster films to fill seats since March studios have been postponing releases and in many cases moving them to streamers instead. But postponement of the twenty seventh bond film was a crippling blow to theaters counting on the release to make some money. This year according to variety the decision was so abrupt that Cinta world didn't even tell employees about the suspensions rather the company left thousands to learn about their fates in newspaper headlines and tweets workers who belong to the Cinema World Action, group and employee collective tweeted that the company gave them. No warning workers have been left out of discussions that should have included our voices they stated adding that to find out you may no longer have a job from the media is awful. Sin A world lost more than one and a half billion dollars in the first half of the year. The New York Times reports AMC theaters is also struggling AMC stock dropped ten percent Monday morning after cinema world's news analysts say it will have trouble staying afloat in six months unless film attendance jumps or the company raises more capital according to CNBC. With. The movie industry in Dire Straits, there's a whole lot of finger pointing as you might imagine, the CEO of Cinema World told The Wall Street Journal. Movie. Studios. Just aren't supplying films theaters need to keep operating he compared to a grocery shop without anything on the shelves but studio executives say they're postponing big releases because they can't turn a profit as because American viewers are still avoiding the theaters that have been open. All eyes have been on the Christopher Nolan action. Adventure movie tenant to jump start the more of an industry as we reported right Here, in August in normal times, pulled a couple of billion dollars billion with a B. Nolan is the most people director in Hollywood but tenants September release was lackluster to date. The movie has earned only forty five million dollars in ticket sales across the US NEW YORK. Times reports it's performed better overseas global receipts currently total three, hundred, million dollars, but the movie cost two, hundred million to make and millions more to promote for studio executives. Those numbers just don't add up and to reason enough for them to postpone the potential blockbusters like no time to die. So what will save the movie business it depends on whom you ask cinema world's chief is waging a PR war against New, York Governor Andrew Cuomo for not reopening theaters new. York. In Los Angeles are the two most important American markets for theater chains that they both remained closed as contributing to the weakness of the film business but with Covid nineteen cases climbing again in places like Brooklyn and Queens Governor Cuomo is standing firm. At the

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Tiffany Files Lawsuit Against LVMH To Enforce Merger

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:42 min | 1 year ago

Tiffany Files Lawsuit Against LVMH To Enforce Merger

"Let's turn to the latest developments in the ongoing legal battle between the US jewelry giant Tiffany and French luxury group lvmh. Last November lvmh agreed to acquire Tiffany, but tiffany has since accused of trying to run down the clock in order to let the deal run out of time. So then now trying to fast track the process well, Dana Thomas is the author fashioned police, the price of I fashion and the future of clothes, and to say, she joins us once again from Paris good morning. Good Morning. So bring us up to date in a story that twists and turns an awful lot. Well. This is this is the third time in my career that lvmh's done this week it's become a big big the deal the takeover deals become a big news story. They did it with Gucci they did it with our they lost both of them, and now they're doing it with tiffany and we'll see what happens the latest news is yesterday. The Delaware Court of Chancery where because they'll tiffany is registered in the state of Delaware. In the United States. Has, set a digital hearing date for four day trial starting January fifth and they're gonNA. They're if they don't settle this beforehand, they're going to go to trial and tiffany is pushing for the trial November while Lvmh, wanted it in March or April. So the courts split the split the difference in set it for January this is important because it's right before the US regulatory approval for the sixteen point two, billion dollar acquisition expires on February third. This is the largest bid for a takeover that lvmh did and it's I think the largest ever in the in the luxury industry. She doesn't want to pay that much now and understandably so. Tiffany is down. Had A first-half operating loss of forty, five, million dollars a loss of forty five in the same time. Last year, it had earnings of three, hundred, forty, five, million. So they feel like, yeah, we made this bid last November before Kovic. Everything else hit and Tiffany was thriving and now it's not worth sixteen point two, billion dollars. We'd like to reevaluate that and Tiffany's like saying too bad for you. Well, neither seemed to be giving any leeway on this because toughen says that it it doesn't see what has to cut its prices. It's ready to go to court and LVMH's saying start rushing us because you know the reason why I'm trying to Russia's you don't want us to look at the way that you handle your books during cove it. Well, it's not even just handling the books. All the stores were closed out around the world and people still ordered online. Could you would you order a ending tiffany jewelry online? Have it delivered to your mailbox? I don't think so unless you really needed to get married and that was that but I think that Tiffany Tiffany is. Really pushing for the most important thing which is that you know if they if they go to court lvmh. Chairman. Bernard Arnault could be deposed in the case and asked if he pressured the French government to help give the French group and out is the with this deal because the French government is the ones who stepped in and said, you know we're not going to you can't do this so. The firm, you know originally said that they were dropping this because of a US trade dispute, which is you know. Not terribly clear. So are no what have to swear you know in the courthouse on a Bible or or not in the courthouse because it'll be digital and say no I didn't ask the government to given how well connected he is with the government and with. President. Matt Cole. I wonder and and I'm not the only one to wonder and obviously tiffany wonders, and so it'll be interesting to see how that plays out. Dana how is this going to play out given the fact I mean you mentioned the fact that Lvmh's attempts to by the likes of Gucci didn't work out. Right well, there's a couple of different scenarios. The first one is it tiffany gets. To close the deal at the original price. I, doubt that's going to happen because Bernardo is a really shrewd businessman and he does not overpay. The second one is that the deal is done at a lower prices previously agreed they get some mediators in there they work it out before you tiffany's a publicly traded company. This could really make their their stock collapsed to a point that you know they're really. Hurting thirties at you know Arno. Tries to go hostile takeover because it is a publicly traded company and starts buying tiffany on the public market at a reduced price and eventually has so much that he says, boom I'm owner of the company too bad for you.

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Taking Aim at Discrimination, UCs Action Could Spell E-N-D for SAT

Business Wars Daily

04:31 min | 2 years ago

Taking Aim at Discrimination, UCs Action Could Spell E-N-D for SAT

"From wondering I'm David Brown, and this is business worse daily on this Tuesday June ninth late last month, the University of California fired the shot that may have killed. The sat the sat in its rival tests. The act of long ruled the lives of anxious college bound high school, Juniors and seniors. The tests which have been given for decades have played pivotal roles in who gets to. To Go to college, and where they've also frequently determined, who receives merit based scholarships, but in May, the University of California said no more it's phasing out the tests as a requirement for admission at it's nine colleges which include the prestigious UCLA UC Berkeley campuses. It's detailed plan doesn't fully end the use of the tests until twenty twenty-five, but they'll be completely eliminated at that point. The UC system had already made the tests optional for this year's applicants due to corona virus complications, but a more fundamental reason is motivating the university's decision to cancel the tests permanently discrimination in December California. High School, students and equal justice advocates sued the university system. They argued that requiring students to submit sat or act. Test scores is both nonsensical and illegal. It's nonsensical. They claim because six decades of the university's own research shows that the tests don't predict college success. They're illegal. The plaintiff's claim because test scores are strongly influenced by family income, parents, education and race. As a result, the plaintiffs say requiring the test scores violates California's own anti-discrimination laws by preventing the plaintiffs from accessing public higher education. The case is still pending, but last month university leaders agreed with those arguments several said the tests favor the wealthy, because children from affluent families can afford expensive test prep in can pay to take the tests multiple times. Supporters of the decision said the tests screen out good. Hispanic black and other minority candidates California's Lieutenant Governor Ellen couldn't lock is a member of the university's board. These tests are extremely flawed and very unfair. She said according to The New York Times enough is enough she added. Over the last few years, hundreds of small colleges and universities across the country, either made the tests optional or eliminated the requirement to submit the test scores all together since the pandemic emerged in the US, another seventy schools have scrapped the requirement at least temporarily. The Times reported. The University of California's decision could spell the future for the sat in the college. Board it is the most popular university system in the country. Last year, six of its campuses made us news and World Report's list of the top ten most popular campuses in the US. Hundreds of thousands of students applied to the schools. The system carries tremendous weight within America's higher education community, meaning other large elite colleges are likely to follow suit. which is not good news for the two powerhouse nonprofits that administer the Tests Princeton's College Board sells the Sat Iowa's act administers its test of the same name. Both are multi multimillion dollar organizations according to the New York, times one critic of the sat estimates that the College Board is lost forty five million dollars in revenue this spring alone due to covid nineteen cancellations. It had promised to deliver a test. Students could take online this week. The company said it will not in fact be able to deliver an online test. Rival Act was struggling before the University of California announced its bellwether decision late last month, the company said it was taking cost cutting actions including the opportunity for staff to take leaves of absence or to resign voluntarily and receive severance. Pay Act CEO. Martin Rutta departed abruptly on May. Twenty ninth under his four-year leadership, the A, C embarked on a string of acquisitions intended to diversify the company's business,

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Dallas - Texas Purchases 300,000 Oral Swab Coronavirus Tests

Chris Krok

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas - Texas Purchases 300,000 Oral Swab Coronavirus Tests

"According to an article in the Austin American statesman in the state of Texas is paying three times more for coronavirus test kits then the federal government says it should be W. B. A. P. is Dennis Martin has details Texas is paying forty five million dollars for three hundred thousand oral swab test to check each and every inmate incarcerated in a state prison that works out to a hundred fifty dollars per test although the price includes processing however it's still three hundred percent more than the cost of coal bed nineteen tests listed on our pricing bulletin that was distributed by Medicare that lists the maximum price including processing at fifty one dollars

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Pixar's Latest Adventure Is The Animated Film 'Onward'

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Pixar's Latest Adventure Is The Animated Film 'Onward'

"A family friendly animated adventure from Disney and Pixar is expected to debut firmly atop the weekend box office industry watchers look for onward to gross at least forty five million dollars across north American screens knocking the thriller the invisible man to second place with a projected fifteen to seventeen million dollars in its

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Boston - Chris Sale Diagnosed With Flexor Strain In Left Elbow

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - Chris Sale Diagnosed With Flexor Strain In Left Elbow

"Good news for the Boston Red Sox is an MRI and ace pitcher Chris sale shows no real damage was pitching elbow for just a flexor strain to his arm the thirty year old who is starting a five year contract extension worth a hundred forty five million dollars this season will be shut down

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Red Sox ace Chris Sale has MRI for elbow soreness

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Red Sox ace Chris Sale has MRI for elbow soreness

"Today red Sox pitcher Chris sale getting an MRI after experiencing soreness in his elbow following his first live batting practice session through the batter for the first time since August he signed a five year hundred forty five million dollar deal last year red Sox are you saying all start the season on the injured list but not good when you get the elbow involved are going to have an M. R. I. so we'll see what the extent of

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A forty five million dollar program into motion aimed at getting as many people as possible registered through the census five fifty our check of traffic and transit provider on the eastbound side of seventy eight between exit twenty four and the Hunterdon Somerset County line this is all because of a serious crash multiple vehicle accident with injuries and you've got traffic stop from well before exit twenty on the eastbound side of seventy eight again shot between exit twenty four and a hundred in Somerset County line heading for the George Washington bridge and there is a crash on the outbound upper level of the G. W. B. that's going to slow you down inbound side though that's fine Lincoln in the Holland with only minor delays this report sponsored by discover did you not discover matches all the cash back you earn on your credit card at the end of your first year plus discover is accepted at over ninety five percent of places in the U. S. to take credit cards learn more discover dot com slash yes twenty nineteen Nielsen reports limitations apply our next topic updates in fifteen minutes on seven ten W. O. R. L. I. double R. train conductor is actually making rider smile really one of the details W. O. R. news time five fifty one did you know gold and silver prices are at an all time high if you have any gold silver or platinum coins bullion Franklin mint items diamonds jewelry art antiques paintings French furniture any Tiffany items sterling flatware Judaica oriental rugs older baseball card sport entertainment memorabilia watches especially better watches such as Rolex Katich believes that Sharon Tiffany I W. seeker DA reggae omega Breitling ball Gary just to name a few APR fifty seven gallery will find them all at the highest cash prices in any condition even broken.

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Using Virtual Reality to Improve Healthcare Outcomes with Everett Crosland

Outcomes Rocket

09:51 min | 2 years ago

Using Virtual Reality to Improve Healthcare Outcomes with Everett Crosland

"Today I have the privilege of hosting Everett crossland. He's tenured healthcare executive with significant experience variance in developing and executing US and global commercialization and launch strategies. He's got proven expertise and leadership in launching and commercializing novel. Oh FARMACEUTICA L- and digital therapeutics as well as drug device combinations used to treat rare and common diseases Everett's most recent experience is as as the senior vice president of commercial at applied the are where he has successfully scaled the company's virtual reality based SAS offering across multiple optical channels within healthcare in today's age in healthcare the consumer experience matters more than ever and the use of technologies like virtual reality. Eddie are changing the way that the landscape looks and addresses things. So I'm excited to dive into these topics with with Everett today. And so ever just want to give you a warm welcome awesome. Thanks for joining us today. Much really appreciate the opportunity to chat with you today. And I'm looking forward to the discussion. I think given the audience that you've described ride in the people who download your podcast on a monthly basis. I think we'll have a fruitful conversation. I agree I agree. So tell me Everett what inspires inspires your work in healthcare. Sure I think mostly what gets me up every day and gives me that spark every morning is the potential that we have Specifically at applied. VR To provide an alternative solution for patients. Who are in pain or dealing with things? I we sell a lot of products into into the emergency department. Setting and I think we can all relate to anytime. You're you're going into the emergency department a lot of times. That might be the the worst day or night of your your year even your life and so being able to provide a product that we have confidence and we have clinical evidence that supports reports our ability to say that we're reducing pain and where we are reducing anxiety and helping patients cope with pain anxiety again at that point in their their life where they need it most and so. I think it's something that we think a lot about on a daily basis and it's definitely something that keeps me motivated more we we get the product addict out there that the more people were helping and of course building a business. I love the idea of being able to successfully start from zero and build and build something into a multimillion dollar enterprised. Yeah it's definitely exciting and so I looked to learn a little bit more about the technology the applications and exactly how you guys are are adding value to the ecosystem. Can you hone in on that for us. Yeah sure thing. So we offer a virtual reality therapeutic content. We currently are UH wellness product. Which means that we can't make medical claims because we have not put our products through FDA for you and clear and says medical devices but right well we are able to point to the clinical studies that we've done in the clinical studies that have been done on our products and that demonstrate the ability of virtual reality content to nets really relaxation exercises breathing exercises biofeedback etcetera a- all are designed to reduce anxiety and help patients cope with acute and chronic pain? Something that we you have a lot of anecdotal evidence on but also we've done the work to build a clinical body of evidence to support that use as well and so you think about the value proposition. Obviously there's there's a patient value here where patients more than a majority of patients prefer non opioid non pharmacologic logic pain management regimen virtual reality offering. Clearly we fit the bill. We also have a value prop for health systems and physicians in a variety have different settings and citing the emergency department. A lot of times. There's Qiyang's ID in that setting you can imagine that a patient with co Morbidity and who's on on average six to eleven different drugs and they come through the door adding another drugs. Such as been. Zo can complicate implicate your work stream and workflow. And so if you're able to introduce again a non pharmacologic solution that helps patients cope with their anxiety in pain in that setting and you're able to improve efficiencies as well so we can go through multiple different settings but that's just one example where we think through our value prop in terms of what we're offering the patient what we're offering dachshund in terms of their workflow efficiency and then what we're offering health systems uh-huh terms of their ability to provide value to to patients and improve cost structure that they obviously think about on a day to day basis. Nuts some some valuable pearls there ever at and and I mean we've discussed the challenges with the OPIOID epidemic and last year the NIH funded that they approved proved nine hundred and forty five million dollars toward research to more non opioid ways to reduce pain long-term and this is a critical equal. Time for technologies. Like this yeah so we we actually received some grant funding through the NFL. H There and we're number of. Yeah we we were part of that class clash with thanks. Yeah it was team effort. We've got a number of experts on staff here. That just did Yeoman's work and getting those Graham with Asians and then it and I think it's it's a real market credibility when h these promising you're in your product and you're offering. We're using that money. A to conduct clinical randomized controlled studies at Cleveland Clinic and Geissinger to study both pain reduction as well as opioid sparing airing. So we're matching this product up against standard of care that currently uses opioids and rightfully so in many cases. But there's also also room to improve and room to potentially reduce the need for opioids and a certain patient population and we're investigating that and we're kicking those. Those clinical studies off this year. And we're really grateful for the United Funding as well and it helps a company like ours which is a venture backed company. Upset oppose extended runway. I'll just bring in more experts and and again it just lends credibility. Yeah totally agree with you. I read in. It's exciting to hear you. You've got these outstanding partnerships partnerships with Some of the best in the provider space. And as you think about how your company the company that you guys are running there. What is it that differentiates is it? Wise it better than other. VR things that are out there. I think our approach is relatively unique and we have a a really broad base of data that we're pulling from so we sell into over two hundred and fifty hospitals across the country. We sell in the seven different countries. We've got an incredible amount of use that in data from that use that we are using to mind for four for clinical signals and uses just increasing with at thirty thousand patients that have used our our product today now this year. I think we'll probably hit at forty thousand and bag as a real competitive advantage in that were able to see where. VR Works and wear doesn't me think about treating pain for example in a lot of companies are looking at Vr as a solution for paying. We're not necessarily unique in that but the reason is is that there's a mechanism mechanism of action there and the cascade there that we believe that we all believe that we can tap into applied. VR Has the distinct advantage of being able to see across those thirty. Ideally say forty thousand usage over the course of a few years and and really mind for insights and signals. We're using that shape. Apr Clinical Studies and shape. Our Clinic put develop that program. I think what we're also differentiated is our intense focus on clinical winnick eleven. And we're doing that through strategic partnerships so our intense focus on evidence development. She added other company. Neither will but I'll tell you the way that we're doing I think is we do this through strategic partnerships and this partnership gratitude. Where are we are? co-developing are a chance to related products with NCI H. We're working with a couple of large judge health system and pears in co-development could ask there as well and even in our clinical study with ice very people into winnick. We had a strategic partnership elements those but that they're not just transactional clinical development program for we're software. So we're able to use the leverage the experts that he is sufficient during their fold in some elements of the product out of the clinical study. He it goes into FDA and ultimately that the market is something that has been shaped by the best practitioners. Were I think that that gives us a AH competitive advantage often. What is the issue clinical? Study one going back and forth with plentiful totally agree. But if you listening unique way you're able to refuse to produce a product that is better than just a transactional

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Thousands march across Brooklyn Bridge in anti-hate march

Money Matters with Gary Goldberg

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Thousands march across Brooklyn Bridge in anti-hate march

"Thousands across the Brooklyn Bridge in response to the ongoing rash of anti semitic acts heartening to see this amazing show of support and solidarity literally over ten thousand people have shown up to show support and log for the Jewish community New York at and the governor now answered phones will be released to educate young people on history as well as diverse city as well forty five million dollars to protect new York's religious based institutions including non public schools and cultural

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on AP News

"Forty five million dollar deal with all star third baseman Anthony Rendon own rent own set career highs in twenty nineteen with the three nineteen batting average thirty four home runs and a major league best one hundred twenty six RBIs while leading the Washington nationals to their first World Series title the twenty nine year old is also considered one of the game's finest defensive players in his position I am mark Myers Santa has taken a dive in Germany a diver dressed as father Christmas and a companion dressed as an angel descended into the tank at the sea life aquarium in Berlin on Thursday to offer the fish some seasonal chia the face the feeding on the sharks rays and others has become an annual event at the aquarium which is home to about five thousand underwater creatures five times members of the house Judiciary Committee voted on GOP amendments to the two articles of impeachment against president trump five times the vote total was identical chairman there seventeen eyes in twenty three knows the amendment is not agreed to the debate has been going on for most of the day and into the night on Capitol Hill Republicans say the Democrats don't have the facts to support the articles abuse of power and obstruction of Congress Louisiana congressman Mike Johnson says the obstruction charge failed because the Democrats didn't call on the judiciary to rule on president trump's claim of blanket executive privilege he's met was never intended to be a remedy for political disagreements it wasn't intended to be a remedy even for legal disagreements between the legislative branch and the executive branch that's why there's a third branch of government that's why we have the judiciary but California Democrats or Lofgren sister up it's been running roughshod over the constitution not only that the president has done that but that he is not contrite he's not correcting his behavior he's continuing to do it the committee is expected to vote sometime tonight on the articles of impeachment president hosted a holiday party this evening at the White House he didn't comment directly about the impeachment hearing telling the crowd were having a very exciting month in Washington DC there haven't been too many like it the administration in China close to wrapping up a trade deal that would include the suspension of a planned terrorist increase on one of his sixty billion dollars in Chinese goods which was set up for the Sunday and the easing of other terrorists China said to have agreed to increasing US farm imports increasing market access to US companies and tightening protection for intellectual property rights this is a P. news president trump criticizes Greta tune Berg for being named time magazine's person of the year beautifully with more time magazine named outspoken sixteen year old activist granite the number gets person of the year after she said we've got a climate emergency people are suffering and dying from it today the president trump calls her selection ridiculous and tweets Greta needs to chill and work on our anger management problem Denver responded changing her Twitter profile to read a teenager working on our anger management problem currently chilling I read a fall lay in Maine wanna Chris Mars docks yellow duck lost its bay to hungry bobcat a couple of weeks ago so he drop a singles ad for yellow duck place it on a community bulletin board at the local grocery store the ad read doc seeking doc lonesome runner Doxie companion partner recently deceased and also included in the email address there's.

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Into the rent to own it is a great start for the angels it's not going to put them in the playoffs their rotation that simply is not good enough to test I mean think about that it's a great start I had cut him off it's a great start you spend two hundred forty five million dollars and I get it's good getting like that that's the starting point I mean you think about that kind of money to order a you're right at two hundred and forty five million dollar check to a player your slide it across the the the table because that's how it's still done in my mind as I can be a little piece of paper and everybody's very quiet about it right they slide peas paper across paper opens up everybody nods they all look the room looks at each other they walk out they've accepted the offer I've got a little tiny piece of paper that they're gonna take back to read down the doors closed behind him Hey just fine officer back lighted cigar there like at two hundred forty five million dollars even had the chance to celebrate one of the guys as well all right let's say you know Luby's paper that's a good start yeah a lot of work left to do yes I'd like that's worse than a contractor with the house right he's just been all that money I that's crazy you feel like you're done and also the contractors like well yeah that was that was just for the roof now let's talk about the bathroom but it's a hold that that's where the angels are two and forty five million dollars a good start now run down obviously all of the story and I feel like right now every day we can just come in and say this player in Major League Baseball got paid last night Megyn pastor reminds also this would be it red known might actually be major league baseball's best kept secret this is well past and I'd say I think he ended up with the Los Angeles.

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AP Source: Angels, Anthony Rendon reach $245M, 7-year deal

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

AP Source: Angels, Anthony Rendon reach $245M, 7-year deal

"The LA angels have landed one of the biggest prices on baseball free agent market agreeing to a seven year two hundred forty five million dollar deal with all star third baseman Anthony Rendon own rent own set career highs in twenty nineteen with the three nineteen batting average thirty four home runs and a major league best one hundred twenty six RBIs while leading the Washington nationals to their first World Series title the twenty nine year old is also considered one of the game's finest defensive players at his position I am mark Myers

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Strasburg signs largest deal for pitcher in history with $245m Nats contract

AP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Strasburg signs largest deal for pitcher in history with $245m Nats contract

"The Washington nationals and pitcher Stephen Strasburg have come together on a new seven year two hundred forty five million dollar contract making him the highest paid pitcher in Major League Baseball for now anyway agents got Boris says they've developed a trust factor with the team based on health prospers health was monitored following Tommy John surgery he came to them with doctors information about protecting the players

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on KOMO

"Agreeing to a seven year deal worth two hundred forty five million dollars most ever for a pitcher in terms of total dollars and averaged thirty five million a year some of that's deferred so the kids will still have something to look forward to we want a career eight hi eighteen games this season and then set a record by going five in in the post season with two wins in the World Series also baseball has decided to move with amateur draft to Omaha Nebraska that's the side of the College World Series next year it'll be June tenth through the twelfth and so that means that the players who are drafted especially in the first round will be able to have more of a an enjoyable experiences as a first round draft picks in the NFL week fourteen finished up last night with Monday Night Football eagles rally past the giants twenty three seventeen in overtime Eli manning had two TD passes in the first half as New York led seventeen three at intermission but Carson Wentz rally the troops over three hundred twenty five yards and two touchdowns both to Zach urge one just after the two minute warning that tied the game the other midway through T. to win it Philadelphia now tied with Dallas at six and seven but that's the best record in the NFC east that's playoff spot well the cowboys hold the tiebreaker because they won the earlier match up the rematch in Philadelphia is in week sixteen that's a week from Sunday this week fifteen kicks off on Thursday night with the jets and the ravens just one college football game coming up this Saturday army navy in Philadelphia that evening the Heisman Trophy ceremony in New York City four finalists announced yesterday LSU quarterback Joe burrow Oklahoma quarterback jailer hurts Ohio state quarterback Justin field and his Buckeye teammate defensive end chase young borough the favorite spent his first three collegiate seasons at Ohio state prince played three years at Alabama before transferring to Oklahoma giving the Sooners a Heisman finalist quarterback for years running a course last two winners of the the Heisman Trophy Baker Mayfield and culinary both from Oklahoma and the NBA on Monday the Bucks bump up the magic one ten to one a one young acidic both thirty two points and fifteen rebounds Milwaukee is now one fifteen games in a row twenty one and three overall that's tied with the Lakers for the best record in the association Celtics land the Cavaliers one ten eighty eight twenty two for Campbell Walker Gordon Hayward back from a broken hand it seven out of ten shots for fourteen points clippers like the Pacers one ten in ninety nine former Indiana star Paul George scored thirty six on his first trip back to Indianapolis with the clips montrezl Harrell had twenty six Rep doors as the bulls ninety three ninety two Pascal Siachen had twenty two Chicago missed to lay ups in the final minute that could of won it king stop the rock is one nineteen one eighteen on the money a bit leads those three ball at the buzzer yeah I mean I'm I'm going.

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"To terms seven years two hundred forty five million dollars one down now the dominoes start right what does that mean for free agent third baseman happening run don't he has been insider Jeff passing I am a red nose got a really good market Ryan we're talking about the Los Angeles Dodgers are talking about the Texas Rangers Los Angeles angels theoretically could be in there the Philadelphia Phillies need a third base maybe he is not going to have a lack of suitors that being said when the nationals go out and spend two hundred forty five million dollars to keep Stephen Strasberg in the full if you file that on top of what anti ran down is likely to make in free agency this offseason we're talking potentially about half a billion dollars I know the nationals did well winning the World Series half a billion dollars well I don't know quite about that and I would put the percentage even though my griso said they could bring him back and not very high that is certainly a pretty penny when you talk about is arguably the biggest prize remaining on the free agent market is Gerrit Cole according to reports the Yankees course are in hot pursuit of the former astro starter what's the latest well not only is the Yankees in hot pursuit the Los Angeles angels are in hot pursuit and this is going to turn potentially into a bidding war unlike anything we have seen in baseball you mentioned earlier Stephen Strasberg two hundred forty five million dollars breaking the previous record of David price is two hundred seventy million twenty eight million dollar.

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Washington Nationals Sign World Series MVP Player To Record 7 Year Deal

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00:09 sec | 2 years ago

Washington Nationals Sign World Series MVP Player To Record 7 Year Deal

"World Series MVP Stephen Strasberg signed to a record two hundred forty five million dollar seven year deal to stay with the Washington

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Money Morris has at the top down the previous total no one ever I don't know go no I didn't I didn't pull anything from one that you could ever ask I but we're gonna hear it now I'm going to do that on my own health can we play your football highlights because I think we're playing the other broadcast on yes we have we have Westwood One sure I've someone grabs I'm sure okay leaching so I'm I don't know how much you think Nick Boles is made in eight seasons as an NFL quarterback he's made or like after this contract is gonna saluting the arm including this year all right it doesn't include because he'll he'll have guarantee next year I said this year obviously she's in yes at forty five million dollars is that possible fifty five sixty two million for real yes hi raise Jesus thank you got every day wow clippers beat the Blazers Mavericks over the pelicans look intelligence and thirty three in eighteen he over the raptors in overtime Jimmy Butler the triple double nets in Atlanta tonight near Louisville beating Michigan last night Duke over Michigan state Rutgers loss to Pittsburgh St John's beat Saint Peter's rockers with their press conference coming up in about twenty minutes to reintroduce Graciano as their head coach the devils did make a move yesterday firing head coach John Hynes here is Taylor hall surprised by it we had literally no.

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Bodega, once dubbed ‘America’s most hated startup,’ has quietly raised millions

Equity

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Bodega, once dubbed ‘America’s most hated startup,’ has quietly raised millions

"We're actually going back in time to accompanied that you used to hate forgot about about and is now still here and maybe you'll hate it. I think that's the big question on my mind so I. I wrote a story this week about Bodega. Probably if you listen to this podcast you're paying attention to the news and twenty seventeen when this company but he launched they were they had essentially created a vending machine of the future on unmanned store sort of like a miniature Amazon. Go you walk up to the machine. Take what you want. Computer Vision knows what you're doing. Your credit cards already been authorized so it's very friction listen quick people had a big issue with their name. Bodega they claim amy knows culturally insensitive given the fact that maybe around the US particularly New York or run by immigrants and this was a company that was attempting to you know bite a big chunk ah their market in one swoop venture capital backing and if I were called her their logo was a cat exactly I mean Mimi and the old sense of nine idea that you know but David Cats are super cool and part of this culture and so I think people viewed viewed it as a theft and it was one of the most intense negative cycles of ever seen on twitter in a single. Although do you remember this launch do yeah it was quite something and I think there were a lot of VC's out there that were grateful at the time to not have been investors but what ended up happening is about ten months after this disaster disastrous launch. Giga announced that they had changed their name to stockwell so when that happened I think for one not that many people cared so people didn't really realize too it was less as a company that people were concerned with more the name so they changed their name and in between changing their name they raised a series a. That either wasn't announced. Her fell very much under the radar. I Mr I mean at a minimum. Yeah Norton amount of attention to that kind of part of the world's totally so then I was chatting with someone a couple of weeks ago and they had mentioned his company Stockwell and they were like yeah they've just gone backing from Google ventures. GB which I was intrigued by because I had not heard of the company it turns out that companies Bodega so I wrote a story this week kind of like going into all the money they raise a total of forty five million dollars which is a lot yeah forty five thirty five million dollars series B a big seven and a half ago and then the seat of two and a half wow so equals you you know something like forty five million so today. They've got a thousand of these things in apartment lobbies. I don't know I think college campuses mainly and perfect market for the sort of thing yeah and I people seem to be I mean I was expecting a response to the story of like we still hate this company but didn't really get

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Monday Lonnie lettered was the facing a manslaughter charge after investigators say he shot and killed nineteen year old Arthur Adams the teenager was running from store employees legal analyst bill Schaeffer talks about the decision as a defense attorney you try to explain to the defendant what is going to be like when they sit there and see a whole bunch of people they don't know that's going to sit in judgment of them it doesn't really become real until they're sitting there and they're looking in their faces themselves jury selection was under way Monday before Leonard entered his no contest plea letter will be sentenced in November well it's been awhile since we talked about Robert Kraft prosecution case the one in South Florida prosecutors were expected to drop the charges after video evidence from the spa was deemed inadmissible in court now we're hearing they want to move forward with the case prosecutors have asked an appeals court for a second extension of the deadline to prepare their case of craft is charge of two counts of soliciting a prostitute in connection with visits to massage parlor in our state your letter city council approved giving the police department access to a massive nationwide database for license plate numbers the database costs about forty nine thousand dollars per year and will come out of P. D.'s budget the goal is for police to better and more easily tracked down wanted criminals we only have so many also so many sets of eyes this this enhances that and gives more data to us in a more efficient manner lieutenant G. Driessen with P. D. says the department has been testing the system for two months and have been able to recover several stolen vehicles the company that runs the data. ace will send PD alerts when their cameras detected tag associate the word criminal case or missing person UCF police and several other Florida cities use similar systems but it does raise concerns of privacy I'm Tony Marino let us know what you think by using the open Mike in the news that a six point five W. D. B. O. at you're listening to the six AM expanded newsfeed operate computer we bring fifteen straight minutes of news weather and traffic with no commercials we're watching oil prices closely this morning's fallout continues following an attack on a major Saudi oil plan over the weekend reporter Martha Raddatz says Yemeni rebels richly claimed responsibility the missiles and the drones came from the running and soil they were launched from a run the cookies were claiming that they did it that they launch drones are from Yemen but the Hutus are taking credit for something they did not do after the attack the president said the US was locked and loaded now he's taking a more measured tone about Iran I'll have a stronger message or maybe no message at all when we get the final results of what we're looking at but right now it's too soon to say the president says it does look like a Ron was responsible for the attack but the evidence wasn't yet definitive a senior US official tells ABC news both a drone and a cruise missile used in the strike have been found mostly intact which could provide stronger confirmation of who's responsible Trevor all ABC news Washington the one pulse foundation is buying land for the future museum and it's just down the road from the night club site for three point five million dollars one polls closed on one point seventy five acres of land on Kaylie St at the vision about a half mile from the pole site this is where the posts museum will eventually be built last year one pulls was awarded ten million dollars in tourism development tax funding by Orange County to help pay for the land and design costs using private dollars one poll says they're also going to try and buy a small piece of property directly next to the pole site as part of the permanent memorial museum and memorial together are estimated to cost forty five million dollars and. opening twenty twenty two Jeanne Wexler news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. enters a Florida man story forty actually then falls of Florida couple who they were busted on T. Y. charges in the now face even more trouble have you tried to get hot and heavy in the back the cop car the ex cons were initially stopped by deputy after they were spotted riding bikes with no lights and almost being hit by a car in Nassau County when the deputy pulled the pair over he noticed they reeked of booze and bloodshot eyes the cop put the two in the back of his patrol car only to have them almost immediately on dress and start going at it then the man tried to flee the couple is facing all kinds of charges which isn't new to them both have lengthy rapsheets Laureline is ninety six point five W. D. B. L. gas..

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Thanks for spending part of your weekend with us coming up this half hour honoring the long snapper in football also when all night gaming leads to dropping out of college and some twenty nineteen Labor Day fax love that store in about twenty minutes well despite fatal accidents and technical glitches the testing of self driving technology is accelerating states are increasingly jockeying to court the growing industry which promises to revolutionize how people move from point a to point B. Dan Boylan at the Washington times has been speaking with different cities and states Dan hard to keep up with this space yeah a lot of really fast moving developments in the driverless vehicles space that the card and the ability to drive about a person find the steering wheel of last week Ohio forty five million dollar testing facility complete with the cleaning and inspection include you've got a fleet of six hundred driverless vehicles some of which have the driver some don't of seven passengers around in the southwest and on the river final sort of out of the picture Florida began allowing driverless vehicles without a thirty driver sitting in the driver's seat so there's really some competition dynamic going on up there now it strikes me from reading your story that there's a lot of money at stake here that the states could be tapping into whether they really have a lot of money globally North America is the leading market for these driverless economist vehicles and market for K. seven to about twenty four billion dollars by twenty twenty seven about was about one point four two billion a couple years ago but twenty four billion dollars as an industry when mark America by twenty twenty seven it is massive one of the issues is is well is that the massive costs look around the world is really daunting for the automotive industry speak with Dan Boylan national correspondent at The Washington Times he's written a piece entitled interstate rivalries states loosen regulations to woo driverless car companies you said to industry analysts say these interstate rivalries are being fueled by a lack of Washington regulation so far with the department of transportation is really only provided the federal guidance over over what can be done here it's called the federal economy vehicles all of the no actual rules in Congress the house and the Senate they haven't really done much at all to actually regulate driverless vehicles with with the United States works well in the federal government at times will step back and I think that you talked along the street people and they say well they they realize that they're not quite sure what they're regulating at so it's kind of a cat and mouse that thing as a result certain then inspect the bullet allow people to be tried rivals other states who said no we will waive the but well one must inflamed vehicle we get them on the road is going to be a master be everywhere the people taken and putting different approach to that for better depending on where you are does become a little head scratching for car manufacturers as well Evan head scratching we think that folks wagon on now will turn bad words driverless the reason for that and I I mentioned a little bit earlier the reason for that is that the cost of the things are so darn thing let these driverless vehicles out on the roads in Arizona where we've got the we have six hundred driverless vehicles going around that's the company by medical limo and William Google accompanying alphabet from my research I found that won't get these travelers nickel on the roads and about a breaking development over a billion dollars in investment and then to test it with about one million miles of testing and public will make sure that people are comfortable with this stuff a lot of the big auto manufacturers that my god you know global well there's one thing we don't have the money you that money at times so they're trying to work together and then usually usually love big rival you got a lot of firms mis Dan Dan Boylan at the Washington times it is twenty one minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend Michigan is one of the best places in the country to do business but you don't have to take our word for it take and the mind CEO of Russian enterprises.

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"I only for gonna last summer who who had sent me these these requests here Strock and he was here on behalf of three officials I'm just identifying those X. Y. Z. I've identified they were named to me I mean this is rambling the longer it goes on for I mean obviously I discounted him almost immediately but yeah I go are Christian this is sixty minutes it goes on on his but he's got like little white things in the corners of his god I'm looking at does anyone understand who is rabbi is yeah it's like they were supposed to know it's Warren Buffett he's talking about hold on to but the date but he's like asking them they like it just tell us because we don't know what the improvised really I'm not really a pretty car he he'll say in eventually but he says yeah it's Warren Buffett okay rabbis in Omaha right I mean that's just it it's like even if eventually what he's saying maybe make some sense the way he is delivering it is so confusing that like he's turning easy I mean yeah I'm turned off a series of short it's just like he just unloaded everything it's like you know when you open up a shark and find a license plate bicycle and hopefully not a kid I mean also talk about it he has is romance with the Russians by Maria this guys all over the place yeah this would make a fascinating movie but I would think it would be probably fiction not nonfiction like I don't know what to ascertain from yeah I don't know what's going on I mean at first obviously you know you eat my instinct was to laugh because it's just like this guy sounds like I don't know what's happening and definitely sounds like using crazy town but maybe he really is an eight it like once again I started thinking Jeez is it like that that kid where each team who was whatever friend Roger stone's or where you start to worry maybe they shouldn't even have these draw a line yeah yeah he but we when that they never starts he has a what looks to be like a magnet hat yeah these people are like these annalistic a Chris Cuomo done going on like he's not even sitting for like one side like he says trump I don't read or heard like they're all put like at the mall privacy like is ridiculous I was a part of something like you know me to lose a trump to lose whatever he's he says they're all included in your somebody had to up such a huge company you know how does somebody like this get to the position that he was again I mean he clearly he was forced out yesterday and decided to sort of go down in flames but you have to wonder these people who have these very powerful important jobs if you come up with one idea turns into a billion dollar idea but that you know well doesn't mean you're not insane I yeah I mean he's just all over the place with the stuff no one can quite figure out what he's trying to get at so the reason why I want to grab the don lemon Chris Cuomo thing is because Chris Cuomo is vouching for and so I mean sort of fright so like I don't I mean that's just it I don't have any frame of reference with the C. E. O. overstock dot com I've got no idea what he was ever been like so I'm sure he's always been sort of a wacky guy clearly I get the sense but but a little listen to don lemon of course by you can almost you can hear him looking down his nose the whole conversation and Chris calm all right he's he's not buying any of it but at least Chris Cuomo has somewhat of a frame of reference let's listen saw the interview earlier tonight as I was preparing for the show I'm sure as you did as well and then you jumped on on call in but listen it's interesting because a speaking for the people at home as I'm watching it for the first time like from what is he saying because this whole deep state thing was supposed to be about setting up down trunk but yet he's saying the whole Clinton was set up and that the that the FBI was used as a political apparatus you know when he's not making if I had even sensed that this was about a political agenda info wars VS like that I would never have won the show but I know I've tracked his career over the years his website is got some stuff on it that is certainly controversy cancer dot com the thing that he does I mean it is it is of sorts not you know the ones we were talking about you guys some lunatic or something like that and again it's a hundred and forty five million dollar company and I'm not saying you can't be rich and cook I'm saying that you know he's always sounded like that when I interviewed him in nineteen ninety eight ninety nine he sounded like that look either he's got the names for a dozen or a dozen and in terms of politics he says what they did with Clinton was wrong what they did with trump was wrong what they did with me was wrong so it's not like he's trying to advance a partisan agenda that I see yeah what's interesting to me though is again I said a healthy degree of skepticism but you don't know he could be telling the jurors how the name doesn't we don't know in these times is at listen people don't know what to believe now and having heard what he had to say I don't know and I would like a I would like it to be investigated a bit more but why is the DOJ is and they put out as they put out a statement and they did meet with them right honestly I don't have to go any further than that either the names he has check out or they don't times and findings and all that yeah but look either the names check and he they know him and they or they say no this guy it's sad but you know this is this is not of this is in the realm of reality the whole part about Warren Buffett you said Warren Buffett advised him to come forward and then he said to him and others I believe in getting this right said that you're going to be eaten alive by the political class in Washington if you come forward with this I'm sure they're mulling it over now is going to get eaten alive by us and you know as we go the fact you know the fact checking of it and that's okay I mean that's that's the rigor that a situation like this is going to warrant and it's easy you know we're putting calls right now to Warren Buffett he's going to either not comment or is going to come and say that this is true or not for him not the underlying story because I don't think he has proof that either he's got pictures of him in between our boat now or it doesn't I mean what what is the I want with the CEO of overstock to begin with and what does the CEO of overstock no I mean he talked about a romance with the Russian spy so maybe that's interesting but it also he talked about that you know they were looking for dirt on Hillary Clinton Donald Trump he referenced Marco Rubio's opposed to Marco Rubio Ted Cruz it would lead you to believe that this was done by Bernie Sanders right because he was the other candidate that didn't get dragged into the kind of sounds a little like Dennis Hopper an apocalypse now you know yeah I know he's asset on beyond yeah it's crazy man but right what is the what is she what why would they ever approach and what about any of these in a slow news day maybe I mean I don't know they had to put him on I mean the department of justice confirmed that they met with him yeah that's one thing right at the very least we've got one thing out of the stream of crazy things that he said that has been confirmed now who wanted that meeting right because it could have been that this guy just asked to meet with them and said he had information is a prominent guide to I mean you know CEO of all stock dot com so again it's not like me calling up the justice department saying Hey I've got some Intel on someone maybe they knew he had some sort of affair with the Russians by and I just don't understand where this guy is banned in what he's going to do going well he says that the he resigned will do with that because of the the claim that he had a sexual relationship in September the Russians by Maria Bertino at the encouragement of the FBI is he working for the FBI in the right spot right because we heard that's why I like as a spy maybe this guy's a spy I mean of all the people in the world why approach the CEO of overstock and encourage him to have an affair maybe he's just enough crazy get it done would be able to do this right back to move that right yes of course the mild mannered this is a man who would have thought yeah she knocked on my door and said we need to have an affair with the Russians buying get everything out of right right okay brightly going by day a radio for Sir but I night well of course I have another look what to do les I'm not crazy and I think you have to have some I see me in that mindset that you can actually get this thing done and maybe that enough crazy to do that you guys on old enough to remember the gong show well I have it up right now the host of the gong show in getting to be a spy because I saw that movie right which George Clooney yeah that was where I was going to go absolutely because this guy is not just is I mean I guess just is not there something we get like I think if I tried to do this they the Russian person I'm supposed to be having this relationship would know that I was a spy right away I don't think I could be a spot on the minds of but he you think this guy is just it just might work he could pull off that that he was not a spy and looking for information I don't know maybe was bored right so they said you know you got your company running pretty well so let's give you something to give you something to be intrigued by a Russian spy who's pretty hot it is it is bizarre let's look you sent a letter to shareholders let's see what this thing has in store for us it says do not wish to disturb our it's this is the intro all right dear sure shareholders in July I came forward to a small set of journalists regarding my involvement in certain government matters will always keeping things may doing so was not my first choice but I was reminded of the damage done to our nation for three years and felt my duty as a citizen precluded me from staying silent any longer so I came forward in his carefully and well managed fashion as I could excuses of this is careful and well managed dear lord the news that I shared is bubbling however haphazardly into the public though patriotic Americans are writing me and support my presence may affect the car and complicate all manner of business relationships from insure ability to do strategic discussions regarding a retail business thus well I believe what I did was necessary for the good of the country you know what that's the thing he wakes up every day and says you know what what is this is this for the good of the country if it's not I'm not gonna do it for the good of the country for the good of the firm I am in in the set position of.

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:09 min | 3 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sports and as always talk to them the biggest players in the industry today a conversation with former NHL player Jeff Hamilton during his career Jeff played with Chicago Blackhawks Toronto Maple Leafs Carolina hurricanes and New York I was up about about the islanders overcome by did not as I don't know what I'll do and more importantly he coached the Connecticut junior Rangers my son's team to the championship in the prestigious Brittonum in Edmonton the premier hockey competition for ten year olds in North America we're going to talk to him about the business of youth sports but first let's get to some of the week's top stories beginning with a big Hollywood talent agency pushing into professional sports who'd have thunk lebron's agent rich Paul getting into Hollywood at around the same time as the sun goes to LA what what synergies this is going to bring I don't like it it makes total sense absolutely and and and for some folks out there who don't know you know that there are three major talent agencies in LA this William Morris the CA and there's you TA and William Morrison CA are are very big in managing athletes in terms of their you know their their contracts as well and you TA is not only lebron's off court is held by William Morris and now U. T. is getting into that world and they're tapping rich Paul who's been a long time friend of the Browns they met I think when the brown was eighteen there tapping rich Paul to do that business for them yeah I mean Anthony Davis is one of the clients he's god dream on green is another clients club sports so rich get money so the piece of clutch smart to do that take the money off the table and he gets to run the UT a which is a huge agency can I mean if you're not familiar with the Hollywood landscape here some of the clients Angelina Jolie Harrison Ford will Ferrell yeah right well I wouldn't be surprised with you he's not bad at either the dental hater Amy Schumer movie that he did pretty good nuts well last time I've been recommended a movie we were taking a redeye home from San Francisco from our players take some at all and this was Evans recommendation so we set our I was sitting each other watch the same movie at the same time so it's not an entirely was the worst movie I've ever see no that it was it was the worst movie ever I do not recommend it I chose it and that's a difference well you said let's watch that yeah I know nothing about it I should recommend you to play there was no this is a great movie we said that we should watch this on it was Scarlett Johannson the on like a sorry the party where they kill the stripper it was it was a soul band it was bad but nothing would normally there's one scene that's redeemable there was nothing redeemable about this movie has been nothing moving on to our next story yet speaking of lebron James good and we just had that way he wanted to get a new number on his Jersey but that's been put on hold yeah eighty six I see what to do thanks it makes no sense lebron James won the changes number he wanted to go back to they want to believe right your teammate Anthony day one is twenty three and Davis and the according to Yahoo it didn't happen because Nike had printed so many lebron James sister but is not to be but there's a long had any NBA if you want to switch you will have to suck up the inventory that's out there the team or the player has to suck up the inventory that's out there according to Yahoo the Nike said they had too many and they they do not okay to switch I don't know I I will have to check I don't know if that's true either way whatever it is it shot maybe the bronze that night you just eat it it shall not be would not do that I mean the brunch uses is possibly outside of Michael Jordan their most important endorser I don't know how many jerseys are out there even if it is so you're saying no matter what the problem was you figure cater to it does not it does not make sense to maybe that Sir that does goes to show how many are out there and they were just like no we just can't speaking to members let's turn now the hockey and one player I was looking for a fresh start yeah I think this is fun so just another another option for players or to switching their numbers William the lander whose forward for the Toronto Maple Leafs he decided he would change his number from twenty nine to eighty eight and then announced that he would pay for any fan who had a Jersey of his with an old number to get that number either re sewn on or read screen printed on let let me tell ya as probably the top hockey fan here if you're if you're looking at the maple Leafs and popularity of jerseys and we were talking about lebron how many of them must be out there when you've got a team that has Austin Matthews and you have a team that has John to virus I mean really Neil enters a nice player but I don't think it's breaking the bank for every person with a willing the lander Jersey said you know let's do it in please pick up the tab I think you gonna be okay even so this is a nice this is a nice gesture on a forty five million dollar contract he worked out with the local and some local hockey shop you know fans can take your Jersey there they they have it they had ever outpost within the arena said this is the water games absolutely it's not that hard just like and what do I say all the time how hard is it for players you see it all the time warm up you know when they throw punk to a kid or the way the more they give us day they get this international promotion for being the nicest guy in the world for simply taking five seconds to acknowledge like a cute little fan or something they should do it Marie night and look at it now we're talking about the land it's doing what it's supposed to not that hard up next on the show we speak with former NHL player Jeff Hamilton who just coach the Connecticut junior Rangers to the championship of the prestigious brick tournament in Edmonton that's straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports you can follow me on Twitter at big bar sport you can follow me at novih underscore Williams you know me at Softonic we are here each and every week at this time catch our podcast Mondays Wednesdays and Thursdays you're listening to Bloomberg.

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on WTVN

"A belt leaving them alone and unsupervised in a backyard press is currently being held the Franklin County jail so sketchy schedule being courts decked by county sheriff trolls reader has accepted a suspension it was last month when Pike County sheriff Charles reader was indicted the charges including theft in office and tampering with evidence now he's accepted a suspension according to the Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and auditor of state Keith Faber yo saying that reader showing consideration for the community he served while Faber says this enables the community to maintain confidence in the sheriff's office I'm Matt result morning from fire officials after a bathroom exhaust fan caught fire yesterday in Columbus my first responded to the call it a home that was later found to been started by dirty bathroom exhaust fan experts say an estimated fifty fires a year started by lint dust hairspray another common items getting trapped in the fans motor and igniting fizzles recommend routinely shutting the fans power off at the circuit breaker and thoroughly cleaning it with the vacuum a weather system expected to grow into a tropical depression later stage training along the Gulf coast flooding already swamping New Orleans for the reverse they're threatening to rise over the levees mayor latoya Cantrell said no keep residents informed as the storm develops extensions are all tornado as well as flash flood warnings be prepared for the impact flood watches and warnings around across the area including in Louisiana were parts of the Mississippi Delta are already under mandatory evacuation orders immigration and customs enforcement will be conducting raids across the country in an effort to rest thousands of undocumented immigrants homeland security insiders indicate that the rates are set to begin on Sunday and continue for several days they're expected to include collateral deport Asians and officials say they may detain illegal immigrants who are present even if they're not the target of the raid ice agents are targeting around two thousand immigrants in at least ten major cities they say whenever possible family members who are arrested together will be held together in family detention centers in Texas and Pennsylvania a Lisa Z. NBC news radio president trump's hosting an event at the White House today to discuss claims of political bias on social media the presidential social media summit will feature users who argue they are singled out for their conservative beliefs the White House recently sent out a request for people to share their stories and social media of discrimination some of Ohio's top brands is on hand to open the state's new self driving vehicle testing center and Logan county Wednesday lieutenant governor John Huston believe that puts Ohio in a great position to lead in this emerging technology why in the world if I was in this space would not want to be in central Ohio right I this is where every company in the world should want to have a presence the forty five million dollar facilities the largest of its kind in the world to feature several different types of intersections and roundabouts including a six lane wide signalized intersections the largest in the industry for radio six ten WTVN sports team USA were the big winners at last night's espys more on that coming up in sports Serena Williams takes on Barbara strycova in the semi finals at Wimbledon this morning match gets underway at ten AM on the men's side the usual suspects Rafael Nadal Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer all advanced the semis first round of the John Deere classic gets under way this morning in Illinois and Major League Baseball is back to business tomorrow since he hits the road for a date with the Rockies in the tri post division leader Minnesota from the central Ohio Honda dealer sports desk my campaign a news radio six ten WTVN.

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on WTVN

"On a plea deal with the billionaire sex offender says the state prosecutor was going to let it steam go that now former prosecutors is all contrary you now was since we have the former state attorney and the US attorney who will oversee the absence of education at each other that former state Attorney from Palm Beach county says Acosta was not only wrong she pushed away a fifty three page indictment to cut that super deal with abstain he says now all these years later Acosta should not be allowed to re write history A. B. C.'s Tom yamas the Gulf coast getting a tropical lashing flooding in New Orleans this ridiculous van is out here everybody to vote or something this is like saying really say and there's worse on the way right now on the current track it has it making landfall as potentially a category one hurricane out somewhere between Houston and New Orleans right now it's in western and central Louisiana after we think it's going to make landfall that's going to kind of just shoot up right north right up Louisiana and Arkansas ABC news meteorologist Melissa Griffin Kentucky officials say a lightning strike sparked the July second fire that destroyed a Jim beam warehouse spelling as much as forty five thousand barrels of Bourbon into nearby waterways causing fish kills officials say the Bourbon plume is now dissipating as it moves along the Ohio River you're listening to ABC news the Pike County sheriff has been suspended court records show a judge ruled Charles reader be placed on leave in the wake of his indictment on numerous charges those include theft in office and tampering with evidence Ohio Attorney General day ghost has been calling for reader to step down the ribbon has been cut on a new forty five million dollar facility to test and develop smart mobility technology in Ohio dot director Jack March bank says the smart center at the transportation research center in Logan county is the largest facility of its kind in the world building on our long history of transportation innovation and our wealth of world class research development manufacturing resources Ohio is in an ideal position to capitalize on these advances the new smart center is at one end of Ohio's first smart mobility corridor on US thirty three a man accused of killing a woman found buried in a shallow grave is making his first court appearance number followed me face to Delaware County judge today on charges including murder and tempered with evidence the body of Britney McDowell was discovered on the fourth of July in alum creek state park authorities say a dozen people were killed on Ohio roadways over the fourth of July weekend the state highway patrol says the deaths were reported between July third and July seventh those affected by the tornado outbreak in Dayton back in late may we'll be able to sign up for federal aid in the city this week FEMA is opening a disaster relief center today at the Dayton VA Medical Center prior registration is encouraged and Cincinnati civil rights icon Merion Spencer has died at the age of ninety nine Spencer fought to desegregate the Coney Island swimming pool in the fifties and served as the first female African American city council member I'm Jennifer Lindsey GT I. T. delivers the technology.

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on The Working Experience

"Capitalist system these these banks should have died they should've just should have died but they were first in line with their hand out to the tune of eight hundred trillion trillion billy knows eight hundred billion almost a trillion dollars from the government from the tax payers so they they could pay bonuses and keep their lights on like that that was that was a socialistic move by the government supported the banks now we could get you know deep into macro micro economics where i thought it was bs but what you don't want you don't want you know the whole system the whole too big to fail should have been regulated before that's what we were already in the mass end fruit to gillette multiple banks go under would have been a domino effect and could have launched into a huge global depression but still the the the point is is it was about it was a bailout in it would have been really ugly if the usa government did not step in yeah and i coming from my perspective i mean i have a problem what you know people getting forty five million dollar bonuses taking that from from bailout money which was happening which is like wait a minute you know an end again right like lease i mean these bankers just scumbags like i don't i don't care about that i mean they're gonna do whatever they're gonna do they're like sharks they just want money fine it's the people who argue so artist leaves her capitalism and then you know they they made a lot of people had a problem that in in didn't i mean i understand you couldn't let those banks just go under as often as it was you just had to swallow the madison let him get their bailout money but the same thing keeps happening like now now there's more deregulation so now there's gonna be more of the same thing at all it's a cycle it's gonna it's gonna happen again so well they will be article goes on in explains that 'em unemployment man is heavily linked with depression in chronic illnesses unemployment the five percent in all the modern macro economic reports in central bank my memo's ten chewed a drink fall ill and lax sleep more often than those which jobs so even if there was you know we were talking about with you'd be a universal basic income even if there was a you buy a government handout can't give you you're pride back rain will end this this goes city other aspect of this argument so one what's the practical side of it people making less money or they're out of work what do we do with those people like i when i was just up in new hampshire and they've been working on the same bridge the bridge is about twenty yards long they've been working on it six months and i was joking saying well they gotta keep these people doing something otherwise they're just gonna be wandering the streets which is basically what this article talking about like we gotta do something with people you might as well put them to work you know i like the public works back in the great depression it was like put people to work get people to work and then the other side of it is the more social side of it is people tying their self worth to their job and you know the stigma that comes with saying i don't work like that's a huge stigma in this country you know but there are there are solutions like where the government in private industry capitalism could work together like energy clean energy like we could the government could set up incentives where 'em universe subsidies where we can go all in on solar we can go all in on win a even you know for for lack of a controversial topic nuclear we know like in this all happens in this all ties in with global warming like it's fact it's science that you know.

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NASA Invests $45M in US Small Businesses for Space Tech Development

SPACE NEWS POD

05:16 min | 3 years ago

NASA Invests $45M in US Small Businesses for Space Tech Development

"NASA hooks up these small businesses with a bunch of money. Sometimes. Because they may need certain things that they small businesses could give them, whether it's a specific. It could be as small as a bolt small manufacturer could be make and make a certain kind of bolt out of a certain data material, the NASA really needs. So NASA had just awarded forty five million dollars to US small businesses for space tech development and a lot of this money is going towards the new lunar missions, the new artists missions, and they'll help land, astronauts on the moon in about five years in twenty twenty four and establish. A sustainable presence of humanity on the lunar surface. So this is part of the bigger spectrum of moon to Mars. That's Nastase new thing we have to get back to the moon, so we can get the technology like ready for our trips to Mars. Now, NASA is part of a giant thing. It's a giant giant business, basically. Not just NASA. But everything included all these small businesses large businesses conglomerates giant corporations, but Nastase focusing on these small businesses with forty five million dollars for the small business innovation research, ESPN in this small business technology transfer programs. The S T t our program. So what they do what they were seeking. As intelligent Rover wheel with integrated sensing and perception sub to improve mobility, on the moon in planetary bodies. The technology could be used on earth for autonomous tractors and other offroad vehicles. So this is one of those things where NASA, they do really cool stuff. In space. But then they bring this technology back to earth. This is stuff that we can use on the surface of our earth here on our actual planet. They're also looking for a laser based mass spectrometer that could be used to search for life on other planets and the technology could also be used for habitat air monitoring in terrain mapping, and they could do that here on earth. A light weight deployable solar panel, the leverages recent advancements in thin film solar cell technologies, a rolls into a compact cylinder for storage as opposed to conventional rigid solar cells. So you know, solar cells now they're huge. And you have to transport them the rigid. They're big they can break of these new solar cells are very thin. You could roll him up into a cylinder. You transport the cylinder. You unroll them in, then you, you know, you make a structure out of them there, which is a great way to transfer things in space. You'll get a lot more for your I guess the get a lot more stuff in a smaller space. If you roll it up, like anything, it's like taking your towel at the beach roll it up. It becomes very small. So thank you for those five lakes. I appreciate it. So now that's one thing that NASA is working on. They're also working on. Hey, steven. How's it going the working out of technique to generate

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on KGO 810

"Being held and claimed the first American casualty in the global war on terror Johnny Micheal, Spann, and undercover. CIA officer who had interrogated, Len Lynn was released from jail this morning, after serving seventeen years of a twenty year term, shocking new allegations are leveled against the state of Arizona, and a lawsuit filed by the family of an incapacitated woman who gave birth inside a long term care facility last December. Jim Roope reports. She was not in a position to give consent. Inexpedient spokesman Tommy Thompson January's briefing. And now in a notice of claim filed by the woman's family that birth was not the first the document alleges the thirty year old woman in Haas. She had to healthcare, receiving care since the age of three had given birth before signing a doctor's note, indicating such an alleged the woman had been raped hundreds of times in the past. The family also feared sexual abuse and asked for female caregivers only, but men were assigned to her care, including the man accused of impregnating, her family's attorney says it will settle for forty five million dollars. I'm Jim Roope. Oakland has opened a new affordable housing development, but as Keiji ios, Terry rouse reports the city's mayor says it's just a drop in the bucket for housing needs development is called the Redwood hills townhomes and they Redwood heights neighborhood and offers twenty units to renters at prices drastically below market rates. However, mayor Levi shaft says four thousand people applied for the units shaft sales at while she's pleased. The development is finally complete after years of delay. It's both this heartening and troubling to know that so many residents applied for so few spots..

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Was because he wasn't saying one hundred percent as other politicians might have said, they said, you can either deny that, right? Or you can apologize for those of your own choices governor and he told us that the most important thing to him is his honesty and his reputation for honesty. And he decided initially to go with the apology as opposed to the outright denial that you will see. The report was a surprise to many of his staff you'll see a reference in the report where one of his communications, people who had been talking to him expected to be writing a denial in a statement, Wednesday, North and repeated he's not in the photo. But again apologize this time. Acknowledging that he added to the confusion and attorney Michael been charged with ripping off his former client and porn star stormy Daniels federal prosecutors in New York, say outta used a doctor documented divert, about three hundred grand Daniels was supposed to get from the book deal. He used the money on personal and business expenses only about half of it was paid back. According to prosecutors denies the allegations. He's been charged in New York also with trying to extort up the twenty five million from Nike and in Los Angeles. He's facing a multi count federal indictment alleging he stole millions from clients didn't pay taxes, committed Bank fraud and lied during bankruptcy proceedings. Lawyers for an incapacitated woman who later gave birth at a Phoenix long term care facility have filed a forty five million dollar notice of claim against the state..

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:23 min | 3 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Austin, Georgetown, temple Michael Lind is awfully good to be back with you today. It is always good to be on the radio with you, Ron. Well, we have a lot of interesting topics of discussion here today, and we're going to start out with one that can be rather funny coming up in just a moment here. But let me remind everybody the way to get in touch with you that his eight eight eight six five five plan eight eight eight six five five seven five to six. But again, a slowly this time write it down or put it in your phone, whatever you need to do to remember this because it's very important number eight eight eight six five five plan that will put you in touch with centennial advisors. Now, Michael, here's a here's a fun fact of the week for you. I don't know if you've ever watched judge Judy on TV, but. How how do you not amazing? I have been seeing a lot of her lately. And I read this this week. And I think it's really pretty astounding judge Judy makes more than forty five million dollars a year. What do you think of that? I think I want to be judge Judy. My gosh. I mean, like, let's see I have I think if I look somewhere in my cabinet. I had a judge Judy coffee mug. Maybe she gets paid on that probably a share of it. I would think there's one one dollar of the forty five million that she might have made. I I do not really have a judge Judy. Coffee mug. But but my what is it probably like something like what you call it where you get royalties. That's it. Yeah. She probably skiing tenor royalties from you know, all the stations that she's on the show's in syndication, I guess, and it's all TV money. I would imagine, you know, I'm going to say this in in a lot of people may think this is blasphemy, but I don't even like judge Judy. I think she's really not very nice to a lot of the people who appear in her courtroom. Well, that's true. But at the same time, let's be honest. Some of those people in the courtroom need to be spoken to you directly. Exactly, right. Know, she won't let people finish. And all that kind of thing to entertaining. But I would hate to be in her courtroom. I'm sure I'm sure you're right, though, when you said, entertaining, it's probably like, what do you call it where it's really not designed to be anything. But a form of entertainment like reality TV. You know, they shoot hours and hours and hours of it. And then they basically try to create a show. That's entertaining. And they're not super interested in telling what actually happened. Exactly, right. Hey, I got a quote of the week for you think you'll find this interesting from Robert g Allen of financial author, and he wants said how many millionaires do, you know? I guess we could throw judge Judy into this category. How many millionaires do, you know who become wealthy by investing in savings accounts? I rest my case. That's true. Yeah. Basically, what is he saying? You know, what it is a really good habit to save money. Very good habit. But at some point you actually have to put that money to work for you. You can't just let it sit there and accumulate in a savings account getting paid one percent or less that doesn't work out. Very well. Yeah. That's for sure. Most of us are not gonna ever have an opportunity to make forty five million dollars a year on a television show. So there are other ways to become a millionaire. I suppose let's talk about some apocalyptic predictions. We're talking about entertaining things a moment ago. And there are a lot of financial people on TV and radio and everything else. Some people in the financial media who liked to make apocalyptic predictions about certain aspects of our economy and the stock market, and I'm gonna throw a few things at you here. Which of these proclamations that you think have some merit first of all social security. I've heard this so many times social security is going broke and they're going to have to cut. Everybody's benefit. Is that really true? Would you agree with that? Well, it does say on your social security statement that if nothing changes in, you know, twenty thirty three twenty thirty four me somewhere out there that your benefits will have to be reduced. By roughly twenty six percent now is that really going to happen? My belief, Ron, and you know, it's just my personal opinion. But here's what I know about politicians politicians are really interested in one thing. And one thing only any guesses as to what I'm going to say here getting reelected, bingo. Yes, they just want to re elected, and they know who votes primarily people that voter age fifty five and above and the darn well, the minutes social security gets cut when those benefits get cut if that were to occur guess who's going to get voted out of office at the very next election. Whoever proposes it that's for sure. Yeah. I mean, it's not reality. I just don't see that happening. Now, could it happen? I guess it could. But there's a lot of things I'd be more concerned about than that one. All right. How about you hear this proclamation? Sometimes the national debt is totally out of control tax rates are going to go through the roof at some point. Is that true? Is it true that the national debt is out of control? There's probably some merit of truth to that just like social security Medicare out of control. This is what happens. I mean. Think about it. We have a form of government where everybody gets to vote. It's it's almost like, you know, it's like it's like remember when you were in high school and someone was running for class president there, and they would run on a platform of let's give everything away for free. Who cares how to pay for? We're just gonna do that. And the majority might vote for that because it benefits them. But the adult thing to do is actually to be fiscally responsible. Anyway. Yes. Our federal governments financial condition is a bit out of whack our tax rates going to rise through the roof. I guess it depends on what through the roof means. I do believe the tax rates are likely going to rise in the future by do believe that what we have right now. I think back when member Ron when Ronald Reagan came in office, and and he lowered the tax rates or fifteen and twenty eight percent that was it just those to rates very simple, and how long did it. Take for rates to start going back up again, very long. Yeah. Right after he got out of office. And and I think the same is true about once in a generation, you get one of these generational tax benefit packages. If you will where you can take advantage of it, you better take advantage of it when you can because likely rates will increase in the future. We're talking about apocalyptic predictions here that you might hear about in the media in the financial media. And here's another one for him. You hear a lot about this? We've gotten used to interest rates being really low. So when the fed raises rates, nobody will want to borrow money and the economy will absolutely grind to a halt. What do you think? Now here is something that's kind of interesting, and what's interesting Ron is. Had not heard this much. But I will tell you if you've been following the housing if you follow the housing market at all, yes. Yes. And so the housing market, the growth is really screeching to a halt. You are truly seen some major slowdown the housing market. And they are saying that a lot of it has to do with rising interest rates and the cost to own a home. And all I can think about is how relative this stuff is. You know when I was a kid. I remember when I was eleven years old now is born in nineteen sixty four. So yes, everyone out there that makes me fifty four years old. And I remember when it's eleven years old of his nineteen seventy five, and my parents, but a new home they had perfect credit. So ran the best credit? You could get like perfect. They had the best rates available to them thirty. Year mortgage. Twenty percent down any guesses with that interest rate might have been gosh. I can't remember it was thirteen percent. Oh, yeah. Can you imagine? Can you imagine buying a house today? Thirteen percent interest rate. I cannot so right now what's the mortgage on a thirty year rate. Five percent. Maybe it's nothing comparatively. But because we've had such low rates recently. Now, people are like oh my gosh. By percent. It's horrible. But yes to some degree though, rising interest rates, I think it will slow things down a bit. But. I don't think they're close enough to to really affect a whole lot. And I don't think they're high enough yet to make a huge impact a grind to a halt. In other words, one more here. The stock market has been rolling up for way too long. There's going to be a crash soon. And it's going to be bad. What do you think actually kind of think that one might be true? I hope not I really hope not. I am a student of history at least in regards to the stock market because you know, that's what we do for people. We help them with their money and make smart choices with their money. And one of the things if you study history what you will find is that markets go up, and they also go down, and when you heavy long period when markets go up, it is not abnormal. Right. I guess is a term we could use. It's not abnormal that markets might fall to a pretty good degree. We've seen fifty percent drops in the market twice in the two thousands. Could that happen again? Sure, it could and quite frankly. This is why I always tell people look you've got to call the office. You've gotta come and visit with me because here's the reality. Your if you're worrying about what's going to happen to your money, if the markets have a big drop. Well, guess what you probably have you probably could make some better choices with how that money's structured, and you can come in for a free. Visit with me, no obligation and be happy to help give you some pointers as to what you might wanna do to make those smarter choices. Yeah. Michael Reese can help you structure your portfolio in such a way that you don't have to worry about catastrophe. If rates go up or the stock market crashes, whatever the case may be. And what happens I'm going to give out the phone number in just a moment here. Michael race, tell us what happens when someone calls that number. And then they come in to see you. Oh, it's it's really really scary. You have to sit down with me over a Cup of coffee and kind of hang out and have a conversation. No, no, really. We we have a great time. You come in the office. We sit down over Cup of coffee, and we just talk a little bit about what's important to you..

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"forty five million dollar" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"forty five million dollar" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It'd be uncovered. There's one hundred and forty five million dollars for Russians given to the Hillary and Bill Clinton foundation when she was secretary of state a hundred forty thousand dollars any sitting here saying that he's worrying that he was really worried how going to interfere with his investigation into President Trump. I mean, I don't know why was still listen to the guy. He's been proven to be a serial IRA again. And again, I just think that's the sound bite that just tells it all Gerard, listen w RCN Long Island Gerard. Right now, I at Lima sessions. Having to started because he's the one who recused himself. He's the one that wasn't that. He couldn't do anything winning expanded one supposedly. The only person that mentioned that him and Kelly to people to affirmatively agree to that. According to reports, those were the two, but Kelly's push back on and said, absolutely not. That's when he was secretary of homeland security. Why wasn't why wasn't sessions in the meeting with Kobe Rosenstein when they were talking about the twenty fifth? It had nothing to do with Russia crow unless unless sessions. Son of a gun that he is wanted nothing to do with Trump, and Brian the more and more here about whether what you said what I hear. I think sessions really had no USA Donald Trump after he got elected. That's just my cane because if he would've stood up for as a man. Jordan. I'll tell you one thing he totally couldn't handle the job is is if you want me to teach your college physics class as much as I quit. Sincerely, try and try to get the lesson plan together. I'm so terrible at physics in high school for me to go teach it in college would be a travesty you to for you to get your money back. That's how I feel about attorney general Jeff Sessions. He was useless. But it wasn't intentional. I think he sincerely wanted to do it. He lost his fastball never could could've handled the job probably at forty five. Let alone at seventy five. So he was just the wrong person. And that's on the president. He should never have picked him. He should have won. He should have what we Chris Christie. If Christie could have passed it would have been a tough struggle Christie would've survived. They had the numbers that would've worked. He could've convinced where Julieta to take it that have worked. This just was absolutely terrible. We're still paying the price for it. Thanks so much when we come back. We'll take more your calls. One eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine. Brian Kilmeade show with Brian Kilmeade. Eric von Hassler, entertaining, honest, independent thinker. Listen to weekdays nine to.

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