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FAA Reaches $44 Million Settlement in Age Discrimination Case
"From the washington. Post dot com f. a. agrees to pay four million to resolve long-running age discrimination lawsuit about seven hundred former as employees. Whose jobs were outsourced. Two thousand five will share in the settlement. The faa has agreed to pay forty four million to resolve a long-standing lawsuit brought by former employees who alleged that their jobs were outsourced because of their ages. The case was filed in two thousand five when the faa decided to hand over the work of about two thousand employees notice flight services specialists to a private company faa officials including the head of the agency at the time were open about the aging specialised workforce being a factor in the outsourcing deal. According to evidence presented in the lawsuit but the case languished in the courts for years as one judge retired in the law firm that originally represented the employees was closed with the former employees reaching retirement age. A new team of lawyers began hashing out a settlement with the government last year. The faa did not admit wrongdoing and said in a statement that the settlement speaks for itself. The lawsuit initially sought to stop the privatization plan which involves giving a one point eight billion dollar contract to lockheed martin government services firm and weapons maker when that effort failed the specialist and support staff became lockheed employees their pay remained roughly the same but they lost out on lucrative air traffic control. Pensions joseph sellers a partner at law. Firm cohen milstein which joined the case in two thousand sixteen. Describe the financial harm faced by the former employees as brutal. Suddenly their pension investment was ripped away from them. He said recouping that retirement pay became the focus the lawsuit the forty four million dollars summit fund will be shared by six hundred and forty six former employees or their estates sellers acknowledged. The payouts won't cover everything that former employees lost police said. The case was unusual because it was not pursued as a class action that meant that they won. Each of the six hundred seventy one plaintiffs would have had to have a separate trial to determine what they were owed potentially extending the case several more years
Oscars 2020: By The Numbers
"By the numbers the Oscars really are Hollywood's biggest night the cost of the Academy Awards is forty four million dollars according to Wall it helps twenty twenty Oscar fax report just the red carpet Costa cool twenty five grand the total cost of making all the A. list actors and actresses looks so good ten million dollars ABC can make a lot to thirty second spots during the Telecaster going for two point six million dollars or more and what does Oscar caustic well winners may say he's priceless the twenty four karat gold plated statuette is valued at four hundred
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Hundred forty four million dollars for deceptively marketing pelvic mesh devices for women the Dow closed up hundred twenty five points your listening to ABC news are you more than ten that our top local stories the historic Columbia River highway is open again after a slide was cleared from the road dot geologist and hydrologists inspected the hillside above the slide area to make sure it's stable dot says drivers always need to be careful on that highway because it is prone to slides on Monday they plan to close the section between Multnomah falls in the angels rest trail head again to complete slide clean up and lands like clean up also continues on west Burnside each day from now through Sunday crews will close west Burnside in both directions between Barnes road in skyline from seven AM through three PM then the westbound lane will re open three PM to seven AM the next morning the eastbound lane will stay close they hope to get the work finished on the road completely re opened by Monday but it depends on the weather health officials in Washington state are working to stay ahead of the coronavirus governor Jay Inslee says two hundred people are working to keep this virus from spreading you're really gonna stop a pandemic you got to get a head out you can't chase it always be a week behind so what we have done is to marshal the resources so that we can bring those to bear one person in Washington is confirmed to have the disease five others are being monitored everything's back to normal now but there were some tense moments this morning one Malala high school went into lockdown after student reported seeing a person matching the description of a person who's on the school into lockdown on Tuesday today's lockdown lasted about fifteen minutes until it was determined the person had legitimate business there Tuesday a visitor who was supposed to be on campus didn't go through the visitors process causing the lock down the Beaverton school district is considering boundary changes for middle school students the district Steve parks tells Katie it doesn't work well to have schools out of balance we're trying to create an equitable learning environment across the district for all of our middle school district in the process of opening timberland middle school meeting will be held tonight at meadow park middle school to discuss the plan the change will take effect in twenty twenty one I DO Cunningham traffic and weather are next there's a lot for investors to be optimistic about these days we've been writing the longest and best stock market run since World War two the S. and P. is up over four hundred percent since March two thousand nine but what about you have your accounts more than quadrupled in the past decade the truth is that most stock investors don't achieve the same performance as the overall market leading two thirds of Americans still feeling like they'll have to work after retirement so who's profiting from all those massive gains what would you do if you knew that the big banks and institutions tend not to follow the same advice they give you and what if you could learn where they buy sell and make profit take the first step by signing up for a free introductory class with online trading academy you'll find out more about our pad.
Burning Man alleges U.S. government rip-off, sues to get back millions
"Burning man organizer's are suing the U. S. bureau of land management for millions of dollars they say the government is over charge them in fees over the past seven years Black Rock city LLC the nonprofit that produces the annual burning man event in the Nevada desert pulled out Reno Gazette journal they've waited for over four years for the bureau to provide justification for the nearly three million dollars it charges annually for a permit to hold the eighty thousand person event in the Black Rock desert about one hundred miles north of Reno and they say they're tired of waiting bureau of land management officials didn't immediately respond to a request for comment from the Associated Press Black Rock city has been required to reimburse the BLM for cost to provide law enforcement and oversight at the event the group also has to pay a three percent gross receipts fee or a portion of its revenue that's a lot of money because in twenty eighteen organizer said they made nearly forty four million dollars from the event
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Health issues to be addressed not just in these tragic situations we hear about but just to build up that the there's a lot of people who can get help just like if we get help for a hand on her back there's plenty of which it was to get up and get in the stigma and I think at a time when a lot of people young people get stressed out over social media it's more now more than ever supporter for us to make sure they get adequate health and governor is it time now we spend a hundred million dollars on on making the that schools tougher targets to spend an equal amount of money or maybe more on mental health counselors school psychologist school psychiatrist is that the way we have to go here yes it is and I I I I have I just got off the phone with a few minutes ago with the Oshkosh the superintendent and she can she should talk about that very issue and again I I just have to emphasize that as the issue of her own mental health we cannot blame issues around gun violence on mental health issues that that there's no data to support that what there is here that the support is that mental health issues have accelerated and our nation and we can expect you know that we're just going to continue to record all the same route we we will we will need more money and I don't want to make this is not the time to talk about the last budget but you know I put in forty four million dollars requested for aid for school mental health services and we got six million I understand six owns a lot of money but we also need to think about how we do that going forward and certainly the next budget will do that but I've had superintendents been talking to me about that for many years and we just we we need our kids think hell and some of them end up in a situation that these two individuals to be processed through school most of them aren't in that position but it doesn't mean they don't need help when I got a text message this morning from somebody who was a school board member of a large school district they have one person that deals with these issues for a school of roughly two thousand kids that's not enough absolutely and you know it and you're not I've been around long enough to see how this has amplified over time and some of it is because I think there is more trauma and young kids lives and and I know parents out there can become very very real reasons why that is whether it's social media or something else poverty for example but also I think for many years we didn't we didn't think that was our job in school and so it just wasn't done yeah I'm talking many many years ago and so we're we're seeing we're seeing it play out different ways and the timing knowledge to to take it on you have to stay in the near future asking legislature to talk about the things we've we've just discussed whether it's not investment mental health or just invent investment schools beyond what they've already done I absolutely love it that was part of my life I did in the lead part of the next budget but I I know the both legislative leaders in the family in the Senate have talked about mental health issues in the past and so I I think there's general agreement there I.
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A whole what is the team that you're looking at this year and your just think in these guys are gonna surprise somebody they're not maybe team that's we we all know who the favorites are right it's the boxes Sixers it's the clippers sets the Lakers I guess maybe the rockets but who who is the team that you think a sense in twenty nineteen twenty twenty. great question I'm already looking at the Eastern Conference and I think there's a really big hole while Brooklyn disorders taking this red shirt year yeah no walk in Philadelphia to clear favorites everything after that needs who knows it it's up for grabs right and I you know you look at it Pacers who've been up there but they're gonna be without Victor old people very similar situation the worst case of clay they're facing with him and then you're kind of like all right what else after that Boston near the World Cup was any indication that. so I'm looking at the Miami Heat they've got Jimmy Butler there even make the playoffs last year but they've got to be a dollar you know you got I got this this spear head of the team now this team that had no star player the last few years now has one and there he had a bunch of role players that was a problem that was kind of a problem with them and now it's almost the positive now that that the star player there it would surprise me if he just completely jumped up and took one of the top four seeds in the Eastern Conference I think they could definitely surprised people in the west I don't see many surprises to be honest I think I think the the Utah Jazz love is a little overstated they seem to be everybody's Darling dark horse for some reason I know we all like you know Donna Mitchell and my comp not all of us like Donovan Mitchell not all those like if you're not out of Missouri I'm out on down the Mitchell Alexis a lot to do a show about that because I I guess our sometimes. it's it's yeah I I just lose who's taking over in the classroom we seem like vertical Gary it's not on. that's for sure and it had a little that's that's that's fair so I I'm a little low on you copy Denver my come back down to earth a little bit yeah you know I hate to go again like I'm not going to I don't want to list everything so so the last one but the Houston Rockets similar situation with the demands of Russell being overblown I think the whole fit overblown thing. easily apply to a rocket the got Russell Westbrook and James harden and maybe I'm just simplifying things but that sounds like a good game that rest of those guys that they're there I'm really interested to watch that I actually think it's gonna work really well in the regular season playoffs no idea regular season again while I games couldn't disagree with you there do you think he'd go out and get Chris Paul. it's in god bothering by Pat Riley he's a very nice either isn't that exactly what his nickname is that's that that's that's well it's going to have to be a deal that Chris Paul can't refuse it's going to have to be a situation where look these are all going to throw the bag arranged on the table so Chris Paul Hey if you want one of these we gotta do it you're gonna have to opt out of that that contract in twenty twenty one because we're going to take you Jimmy Butler and two thousand twenty one graduate twenty other star for there to be honest CEO Paul George Victor old people whoever it's going to be we're gonna hear you but you've got to turn down at four I think it the forty four million dollars player option twenty twenty one twenty twenty two so you have that down or else will lock in. yeah Chris Paul turning down money is not something I expect to happen this is a guy who basically wanted money man I I listen I I don't know if I blame on but this is a guy who couldn't turn down money for the entire sake of the NBA I'm not sure he's going to do it for Pat Riley so we'll see we'll see how it goes west good talking to you again just a hunch that we'll be seeing a lot more of each other lately we'll be talking again soon. thanks robin that's a west Goldberg and be a writer you can follow him on Twitter at W. C. Goldberg B. E. R. G. really enjoyed talking to him I'm really I'm really enjoying the fact that we're getting back to NBA season. just the wheel house right in in there's always so many story lines we can only complain about the raiders and talk about the giants off season try to ignore the fact that the forty Niners haven't played anybody for so long warriors just gonna be just gonna be it endlessly fascinating season I don't even think that we've started to get into the twists and turns that it will provide it's already been pretty crazy in the lead up all right gonna close out the show here if you want to get in on KNBR tonight call in now that's eight oh eight KNBR one here from you before the show is done in hell you know even if it's not a subject that we're talking about just just get in here and we'll figure it out on the other end eight await came BR alright we'll be back after this on the sports leader. NPR.
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Jennifer Aniston came in at number five on the list twenty eight million dollars what is she doing so I think we're her money is coming from she was in an Adam Sandler movie on Netflix so he got her top dollar to be in that movie industry maybe the other or money comes from her upcoming apple plus streaming show the the morning show morning show maybe that which is already Billy done Elizabeth moss is one or seven only one that's for that's from handmaid's tale let's see here yeah and then you got Margot Robbie down their number eight Charlie staring at nine Ellen Pompeii in at ten the only one that we didn't talk about so if you ever Gara came in over two by the way that to me I didn't realize forty four million dollars she's never been in a movie it must be her endorsements yes I got your right because she's all over commercials could you imagine if you did one year at forty four million just I would just retire bye bye good bye yes see you later yeah you can catch me in an underground working I know they just they well they just must that's not well I mean California it's expensive to live there now okay now it is expensive to live it's it's it's not forty four million dollars expensive the rent at an Anaheim apartment is not much different than the rent an uptown apartment okay Anaheim okay chill Hey Anaheim no but like a brand new apartment complex brand new beautiful beautiful full pull pool pull the up holes everywhere to a light poles center pulls always vessels how much does it cost to rent a really nice apartment in uptown Minnesota right now seventeen hundred Bucks maybe I was made in nineteen hundred in Anaheim that's a lot Steve I know but it's not that a lot of money for a mortgage hi you could for the Upjohn rental as well you know do you if only we had more time no we don't so we're gonna get when we come back though tell us how playing an instrument can benefit us done I think you need to learn the clarinet I you know what I played the clarinet in not grade school dot the whole family did because my parents only wanted to buy one instrument one time so we all got grandfather you know we do you play the clarinet I don't but it's going to be really good for you and I think this this phase of your journey it would be a really good time for you to alert I think it could be really good for a lot of reasons I will explain why you should learn an instrument if you don't know what plus I'm already offended if you happen to love vinyl I know Ryan does a really cool spot to get some really cheap vinyl got you some I was in a rush I'll tell you were coming up after the break on the done it's the show we're live at the Minnesota state fair here on my talk one of seven one Lori and Julia the Blue Ribbon Baker Marjorie.
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Joined the bubbas whole shave club grab your premium starter kit for just one ninety nine today with code shade at barbasol dot com it at eight say e s p n is over the number to call just inundate eight seven to nine three seven seven six you're listening lobs stephen a smith show e s p n radio e s t news in on my day off because this is the first show a that's on the air for me a sense kawai linnet decided that he is going to join the loss angeles clippers any coaxed paul george in forcing his way out of oklahoma city in coming on board with him one of the things i want to touch on however is all of this noise about players and players and non stupidity more players have power and blah blah blah oh y'all stop used to see it it's it's it's it's it's it's stuff like that they really get you to a point where it really really compromises everything that's going on in the compromises everything you know in terms of objectivity laser gentlemen the players have some influence sure you wanna talk about the players being in partnership with dnv alewife on it's a better situation any nfl players no doubt about that but pump the brakes paul george one out of oh casey tip prescient oklahoma city didn't have to oblige they made a wise choice because why have a disgruntled dawn unhappy individual or your squad pay those exorbitant amount of dollars if he doesn't wanna be there that's fair but the power to do something about it live with them not paul george anthony davis it'd be really really out of probably would have been the lakers this last february instead of having to wait until the summer we all timidly a new general manager new president of basketball operations were inserted into the mix whose name was dale dance and it said it was david griffin former executive with the cleveland cavaliers who already had a relationship with lebron james rich paul and everything and that ultimately ended up with anthony davis going in the los angeles lakers but the window all lanes you missed it and i'm gonna tell you how you missed it but give me i don't remember what it was i think it was two thousand and eleven see what you have with the collective bargaining agreement that was agreed to keep in mind i've been covering this collective bargaining in negotiations since nineteen ninety five i kind of go back a ways with this stuff i'll leave me aficionados you're not a status the other people and stuff like that but i know it's like a true about collective bargaining those you don't pay attention and not get the information that some of you might lose or some aside as a fly right overhead let me bring you back home stars taking care of chris paul will make thirty eight million next year forty one plus million a year after forty four million dollars at the age of thirty seven lebron james getting a deal for a hundred and fifty three million dollars although he's worth watchable no question about that but you need to understand something it's incredibly important that you stomach this while those stars get more money more basketball related income dollars flowing.
WHO Director General briefs member states on Ebola in DRC
"The news in brief from the United Nations. The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo DRC will only end in a bipartisan political cooperation and community ownership, that's according to the UN World, Health organizations director, general, Dr tedrick Gabri as he was speaking in Geneva on Thursday, following a visit to DRC where he reviewed the health response and met with leaders from multiple sectors to galvanize their commitments to the fight against Ebola. WHO also said that it's facing a severe funding gap for the response with only forty four million dollars received so far from the total of ninety eight million which is needed
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Three hundred dollars four million point six add that onto the fifty thousand that he thought he won, then he said he actually realized that he had matched all six numbers to win the grand prize. He thought he only had a few of the numbers, correct. So he called his wife back and said, actually, I won the whole thing. And she said, well, how much is the whole thing. He said, I don't know. I just played. I didn't really look at what the jackpot was. And then the coolest part of this is that the numbers that he played are actually from a fortune cookie. That his stepdaughter had a few years ago at the age of six, and he used he saved the fortune cookie numbers that his stepdaughter gave him. And she was only six at the time. And so those are the numbers that he played talk about good fortune, my gosh. So those are the numbers he played in three hundred and forty four million dollars later. He. I never expected to win. I just got lucky. There were to deep sea fishermen who made quite a catch this week as well. They were off the South Carolina coast, seventy miles, southeast of Charleston. They pull into a package. They pull the package out of the water wrapped in black plastic. It was thirty to fifty kilos of cocaine street value center fifty to a million dollars. Fishman said they'd seen a school of my jumping in the water near a pilot debris after about three hours. They decided to see what the debris was, they pulled aboard they opened the package, contacted the coast guard which notify the local police department officers met that fishermen in an area marinas stood by until the coast guard in DA arrive taking possession of narcotics. So what do they do? So he does that to the people who get they get a reward. Is that what happens? Do you think that in you're supposed to turn it in? So I guess it's just sort of, like thank you. Did we would you have been tempted to sell it on the open market? If you found it to be honest. No, of course not. But to be perfectly honest, I wouldn't even know where was selling. Okay. I would look like never mind what to do with. A white powder. I wouldn't have the I wouldn't have the first clue I would be the worst drug dealer ever because wouldn't have any customers. Right. The, the, the police did say, baby powder. Yeah, the police did say it is very unusual. They find this kind of stuff down in the Caribbean all the time. And they said it's very unusual that it was so far north off of Charleston. So that Nate, maybe it was on its way to New York, New jersey. I don't know. And. Yeah. A federal judge has cited the first amendment in yet another case of Neo Nazis winning in court. Judge says he's tossing out all charges against three men who belong to a Neo nuts. Yorgos -ation, which has been accused of conspiring to assault, their ideological opponents. The government prosecuted, and they were trying to curtail white supremacist violence and activity in our country above, because it is a first amendment issue makes a lot of people crazy does makes me nuts. But as long as they're not doing anything to harm anyone talk. Yeah. Rhetoric. Fifteen past the hour. Today's DJ V program, all that good stuff. This is the DJ V program at eighteen and change past the hour. What's in store for your business this week at Staples direct mail? That's.
Man wins $344M Powerball jackpot using fortune cookie numbers
"A North Carolina man is celebrating his huge Powerball jackpot win. Charles Jackson junior claimed his three hundred forty four million dollar prize. Today after picking all six numbers and last night in last weekend's drawing. New change me. But like I said, I wear jeans, maybe you. He says he got the numbers from a fortune cookie. He's taking the lump sum
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"On Tuesday morning to tell her about him having the winning numbers. He didn't realize how much he won. He told his wife that he thought he won fifty thousand dollars. Three hundred four million point six add that onto the fifty thousand that he thought he won, then he said he actually realized that he had matched all six numbers to win the grand prize. He thought he only had a few of the numbers, correct. So he called his wife back and said, actually, I won the whole thing. And she said, well, how much is the whole thing. He said, I don't know. I just played. I didn't really look at what the jackpot was. And then the coolest part of this is that the numbers that he played are actually from a fortune cookie. That his stepdaughter had a few years ago at the age of six, and he used he saved the fortune cookie numbers that his stepdaughter gave him. And she was only six at the time. And so those are the numbers that he played talk about good fortune, my God. So those are the numbers he played in three hundred and forty four million dollars later. He. I never expected to win. I just got lucky. Yep. There were to deep sea fishermen who made quite a catch this week as well. They were off the South Carolina coast, seventy miles, southeast of Charleston. They pull into a package. They pulled a package out of the water wrapped in black plastic. It was thirty to fifty kilos of cocaine street value seven hundred fifty to a million dollars. Fishman said they'd seen a school of my jumping in the water near a pilot debris after about three hours. They decided to see what the debris was they pulled it aboard. They opened the package, contacted the coast guard which notified the local police department officers met that fishermen in an area marinas stood by until the coast guard in DA arrive taking possession of the narcotics. So what do they do? So he does something like that to the people who get they get a reward. Is that what happens when you think sounds like that in legally you're supposed to turn it in? So I guess it's just sort of, like thank you. Would you have been attempted to sell it on the open market? If you found it to be honest. No, of course not. But to be perfectly honest, I wouldn't even know where he was selling cocaine. I wouldn't have to look like never mind what to do with a white powder. I wouldn't have. I wouldn't have the first clue I would be the worst drug dealer ever because I wouldn't have any customers. Right. The, the police did say, baby powder. Yeah. The police did say it is very unusual. They find this kind of stuff down in the Caribbean all the time. And they said it's very unusual that it was so far north off, Charleston. So that Nate, maybe it was on its way to New York, New jersey. I don't know. The.
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on X96
"Of your Boehner's happening right now, presenting three new stories. These are examples of bad stupid or funny, human behavior, and you will consume them and decide after that, which one of these three is the worst, which one deserves to go forward to Boehner fight and possibly become Boehner of the day. The winds here goes up against the winner of round one. We did that an hour ago throw. Both of the winners into Boehner fight nine twenty this morning is when you will decide Boehner of the day. So here we go round to going to give you two candidates. Now a third after the news once you've heard all three, then you will votes one of you lucky random Boehner voters will receive a gift certificate to Campos coffee. Here's voter candidate number one. Husband problems. Well, let's give them forty four million dollars. The headline of the story in the Salt Lake Tribune should is sum, it all up for you. Utah new the company had picked to create standardized tests, had a history of crashes and cyber attacks it signed a forty four million dollar contract anyway. I don't know. Do we really need to go on that, that right there? In other states. The urine tests were marked by glitches and cyber attacks hours long delays one school district throughout its results, because the software was so unreliable in another all the students had to start over when the programming shutdown, and didn't save their responses, sensitive student data was stolen in New York and Mississippi. More than fourteen hundred students took the wrong test in Tennessee. But even after those issues arose, and despite clearly knowing about them. The state of Utah signed a forty four million dollar contract with that same testing company, last spring to develop the state's standardized exams now called rise, and the rollout hasn't gone very well, no really students have tried to submit their tests, and their computer screens of frozen. Some haven't been able to recover their work has clearly problematic said Darren Nielsen. The state's assistant superintendent of student learning hasn't performed like we had hoped or expected. Why had you hoped or expected it would perform well when it hasn't in the past. And why would you give them forty four million dollars, which member of the legislatures related to this company? The outrages in Utah have delayed more than eighteen thousand public school students in completing their assessments, this April and may for one day nobody was able to take science exam on at least four others testing was stopped entirely by some school districts, or for some school districts, the state has had to expand the testing window in June. And now it's questioning whether the scores it gets back will even be valid enough to us. With all the data accurately, determined will the data accurately determine whether students are improving can Utah rely on the results to assign annual grades for school. Is it fair for members of the state school board to look at the numbers to assess which schools need more funding, and which should be potentially closed? I think you're gonna have lawsuits parents. And students have been stressed out by the delays, and some teachers say that many of them have broken down in tears Boehner candidate number one. Let's just give them forty four million dollars. Here's Boehner candidate. Number two. And he's married to Elaine Chao. Mitch mcconnell. The Senate majority leader said Tuesday if a supreme court vacancy occurs during next year's presidential election. He would work to confirm nominate appointed by President Trump or give you an shun of vote Republican. That's a move that is in sharp contrast to his decision to block President Barack Obama's nominee to the high court following the death of Justice, Antonin Scalia. In February of two thousand sixteen. Here at that time he cited the right of the voters in the presidential election to decide whether a democrat or Republican would fill that opening. So you're know if president that we don't we don't select somebody in, in an election year. Well, let's bowl, it was a vehicle giving of an election year. That's bull. First of all, and second of all, now, when faced with the exact same situation. If someone dies in office. Right. Right. What right away, will you of course, all porn somebody in the sprinkler? Well, how was it different? It's a presidential election year wall. The differences is that back then you had a democrat president and a Republican Senate. Now you've got a Republican president, Republican Senate. That's the different ball. Bob. Boehner candidate number two, and he's married to Elaine Chao. Coming up at a moment Boehner candidate. Number three, Fox News accidentally tells the truth. All right. Bomber candidate number three for round two coming up after this. Big boy, news and opinion. Wendo brought to you by the blocks is downtown Salt Lake there more than eighty events every month for a full listing of performing and visual arts events. Visit the blocks SLC dot com business insider spoke to writer lecturer and color expert Gavin Evans, about pink and blue for traditional gender roles k in the early part of the twentieth, century and late part of the nineteenth century in particular, there were comments, regular comments advising mothers that if you want your boy, to grow up to be masculine dress him in a masculine color, like pink, and if you want your girl to grow up feminine, dress, her in a feminine color, like blue, this was advice that was very widely dispensed with. And there were some reasons for this blue in parts of Europe, at least has long been associated as a feminine. Color, because it is the color of the virgin. Mary outfit. Pink was seen as a boyish version of the masculine color, red. So red is masculine pink is. A younger boy color red big. Okay. So it gradually started to that readily started to change in the mid twentieth century, and eventually by about nineteen fifty. There was a huge advertising campaign by several advertising agencies pushing pink, as an exclusively feminine color, and the change came quickly at that point. Keeping you right up to date with the most current news, Anki radio from hell here in ninety six. DNA evidence. Suggest that. This guy in Logan, Alexander William Whipple. Suggests that he has something to do with the disappearance of his five five year old niece. Todd Lissouba Shelley. Yeah he's not saying anything. He knows make him say something. He knows what happened and he knows where she is. He's under arrest on unrelated charges. They had stuff that they could hold him on. And he knows what's happened. But he would rather not say anything and keep this little girl's family or a chance that she may have survival if she's just injured. Keep that to himself deny that her family that. Although the charges loads gives me the I don't ever want to take hope out of this equation said. Said the police chiefs to recover. We're still calling this a recovery. Operation. I don't want to call this a, you know, I don't want to put a point on this. We don't know the condition we don't know where she is. She could be alive. But they did say based on collection of DNA evidence. We believe that Lizzie is hurt. We don't know what condition she is in right now. They have they had. They know that he was in the house. This, this guy Whipple was in the house with her, sir. Uncle was in the house with her. At what I think the last time anybody was awake with two o'clock in the morning. Six o'clock in the morning or so they were both gone. So. It's just unconscionable. Another story. A Massachusetts man arrested for dropping off a teenage girl near death at a hospital was held without bail, Tuesday, as prosecutors who accused have accused him of drugging and assaulting a second teenage girl Carlos Rivera arraigned on two counts of distribution of cocaine to a minor to counts of indecent assault and battery on a child under fourteen other charges. Apparently he dropped off. Khloe Ricard thirteen at a hospital on may twentieth. She was pronounced dead shortly after she arrived. Rivera was arrested on Sunday. And a medical examiner is not determined the cause of death yet according to the attorney's office. He's also accused of indecently assaulting a sixteen year old girl before Ricard died. He was accompanied by a girl under the age of sixteen when he dropped off Ricard at the hospital. Investigators believe the two of them were at Rivera's home in Lawrence, Massachusetts on Sunday and Monday when she she. Started. Good. Whatever happened to her. She started in the medical need. He saw a medical need and dropped RAV of the hospital and he had this other girl with him. She's been, she's been rescued, essentially social acts throwing in Salt Lake found a work around to a liquor law that blocked the business from selling beer. The axe rowing business was rejected for a beer license at last month's meeting of the Utah department of alcohol beverage control commission was because Utah. Liquor laws were changing allowing only a specific list of criteria to qualify for a recreational beer, license. The law change left out social axe, throwing Auchan location on a Salt Lake City karaoke, lounge hoping to side of the sale beer, karaoke was also not because on peak. Because of no reason wrong. Because there, there are no drinkers on the board on Tuesday social X throw ins Mark Floyd was back. He had installed pool tables at all of his social acts throwing locations so under the new law. They were now a billiard hall, and that's allowed, and there was some argument. Well, do you market yourself as a billiard here compliant is until the hall or billiards parlor, he said, the move prompted a lot of debate DHEC Commissioner Thomas Jacobson wanted to know how many pool table. Yeah. Are you really? I think social Landa. Actual insured a advertised itself as a billiard all if that's what you look. You guys are the holes who made the rule. All right. Well, well, no there. They're not. Well who, who did the legs? Okay. There the whole who made the rules social acts. Throwing is just following the rule Floyd said that you're not required under state law to state a name, even the ABC's own attorney said that they could not require social axe. Throwing the change. If signs at some point, we have to be reasonable said Commissioner, Jack Norton. Wait she in Commissioner? And man, Amanda Smith pushed a grant the license, and they won on a six to nothing vote, Jacobson stained bio, as me of the sometime at some point, we have to be reasonable, you know, like when we took on movies for showing dead pool. Speaking of the, the Utah department of alcohol beverage control will soon allow customers to sign up for a chance to win. Well, sign up for a chance to buy rare high-demand liquor products like, pappy van winkle, and oh, old forester bourbons on Tuesday, the announced that they will hold random drawings to ensure that these items are distributed in a fair and equitable way to consumers. The rare high demand products drawing is expected to begin next month with a lesser known spirit test system, according to the deputy director Cade Meyer. Many people are excited about these products and the state needs to find a better method to deal with them to participate. You'll have to create a profile on the ABC website, and you are, and I don't care and register for the drawings in which you may be interested. Those who win the opportunity to purchase products will be notified by E mail and would be able to select the liquor store where they want to pick up and buy the product products that will be featured in a drawing will be announced during liquor commission meetings, typically held the last Tuesday of every month and on the website consumers will have five days to put their name into the hopper the drawing. Go to call it a lottery mail has been used by several other states. And they say it is open only to Utah residents in those in the active military here. Seems like a bunch of DA hoops. No. No, it isn't. No, no, no. It isn't. Because what happens when they get this stuff? It's immediately siphoned off by employee's by barn owners who have the inside track on it. So this is a chance for as buddy, just for me to get some old forester birthday bourbon, which is very expensive than and on rare. And it's not that they're trying to limit the supply. The is not trying to limit the supply of these, these beverages. They just don't make the companies just don't make make much of it available to, to liquor and it's a surprise when it shows up. Yeah. So, so the way I have our pappy O. Well, I'm I'm the keeper of the pappy for the radio from him. I haven't signed anything yet. So I'm just saying since every year, pappy van, winkle, distillery, I'm saying, I think we should sign today because I want some seven thousand cases every year or last year. With three balls each liquor outlets around the country two years ago. Utah's a lot moment was around one hundred bottles with such limited distribution. The bourbon has a huge markup sells for a hundred two hundred seventy two three hundred dollars a bottle in other states in Utah. It's cheaper. You can't do that. Can't legislator says you can only Mark up eighty eight percent. Consumers in the beehive state can get bottles at half the price that you can get them from around the country. So I'm going to go beyond that in that lottery as me that draw on say lottery. It's a drawing. Sports weather traffic brought to you by the Honda giant Stockton, twelve hundred in sandy, find your Honda at Stockton. Twelve Honda dot com. We'll Lamar Odom, he's going after the dead..
The Final Moments of 'The Marriage of Figaro' On A 12-Hour Loop
"Today, who would get what in the forty four million dollar Harvey Weinstein settlement proposal, plus an Icelandic artists celebrates the experimental fluxes art movement by looping, the final aria of the marriage of Figaro for twelve straight hours, really what I I'm trying to achieve is to like make this part of an opera with is not structure, like stop being narrative and make like a sculpture painting. Plus, I'll talk without reporter, jewelry Finkel who's trying to break down gallery walls by having artists. Tell us about the piece of art that inspired them. The most stay tuned for the frame. There's a forty four million dollar tentative settlement in the civil portion of the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct case, the Wall Street Journal broke the story, I called reporter, Karen Ramey in the journal's newsroom and Astor how they wind up with forty four million forty four million comes from months and months of pretty contentious negotiations over what women should be paid, how they should be paid, and who should pay it right in a dozen mediation sessions that I guess got pretty ugly. Yeah, they did get ugly, because there were a lot of competing interests at play here, there were women who said they were victims and should be compensated. And a lot of these are these are women who filed lawsuits. They're also insurance companies the New York attorney general's office, which filed its own civil rights lawsuit about employment conditions against both Harvey Weinstein and his company, and we should be very clear here. This is not just a settlement that involves Harvey Weinstein. Absolutely. There's quite a few women who sued Harvey Weinstein. But some of these same women including a proposed class action suit sued board, members, former officers and directors executives and all kinds of people who surrounded Harvey Weinstein saying that they knew about his alleged behavior and enabled it. And so this proposed settlement also would end any legal proceedings for all those other defendants. Adam Harris, who is Bob. Weinstein's lawyer announced the. Settlement saying, we now have an economic agreement in principle. That is supported by the plaintiffs is though, this settlement, what the plane is had hoped for even close. I think the point is to say play deaths. I mean, particularly the class of women who say they were abused by Mr. Weinstein had hoped for way, way, more money. And so in a way, this is a little bit of a disappointment. The breakdown goes, it's forty four million of proposed thirty million goes to the plaintiffs fourteen million goes to pay legal fees. How is that thirty million going to be broken up? Do we know? So I, I do want to say this is still tentative, it's a sort of proposed agreement, and some of these details are still being worked out, but we know that, that thirty would include money that would go to women to former Weinstein company employees and then also studio creditors. And Mr. Weinstein's, former studio is going to bankruptcy right now. And so this process is also to. Resolve some claims in bankruptcy. And then I would assume for the for the plaintiffs who alleged sexual harassment that it would be a sliding scale based on the severity of the harassment. Again, these details are still being ironed out. But the way these things typically work is there would be some sort of special master, or person, sort of, in charge of awarding appropriate amounts of money to different people who apply to get money from the victims fund, and in exchange agreed to either drop their lawsuit or not file on, where's the forty four million coming from insurance companies are paying all of it. You can buy insurance to cover illegal acts. Well, it's complicated. These are sort of these broad employment policies and what they're actually covering is defense costs. And so it's defense costs, not just for Harvey, but also for the directors and officers, those are the former executives former board members at. Once seen studio and women have sued them alleging that they sort of facilitated Harvey's behavior. Does Weinstein admit any guilt in this forty four million dollar proposed settlement. He does not it's important to mention, though to that there's a criminal case against Weinstein in Manhattan, and this is not impact the criminal case in any way. If you read the comments section in any of the newspaper stories about this. A lot of people are saying, V, Weinstein just bought himself out of jail. But no, this is this is the civil part of the of the suits against him. Not the criminal parts. Yes. This is only civil suits. There's a lot of dome, but they are all civil and criminal charges. They're still there. He's expected to go to trial and September when they pick a jury for this trial. Are they ever going to be able to find a juror who, who doesn't know that? There was a forty four million dollar settlement. They're probably going sort of, to answer that question, more broadly. They're going to have trouble finding juror who's not aware. Harvey weinstein. But that's okay. What they're at the end of the day. What they'll need to look for is people who sort of haven't made up their mind about Harvey, or people who say that they can be fair and only listen to the evidence at trial and not include in their thought process. All these other things I've read in the news, what's the next step for the settlement. Well, it's not final. There are further discussions coming up between all the parties. So they need to sort of they need to hammer out these last minute details. See if they can all agree on them, and my understanding is that settlement will also have to be approved by judge grin Remy reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Karen, thanks very much. Great. Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. Coming up on the frame and artist who's looping the last aria of the marriage of Figaro for twelve hours John horn asked why stay wins. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Rabi? What happens when you take a few moments from Mozart's, the marriage of Figaro and play it over and over and over audiences are gonna find out Saturday at downtown L, A's, red cat theater, when Iceland artist Ragnar Carson presents, bliss, a twelve hour loop of the final moments of the opera, it's part of the Fluxus festival hosted by the LA fill and the Getty research institute in honor of the experimental fluxes art, movement of the nineteen sixties John Horne caught a rehearsal yesterday. Well, part of a rehearsal at red cat and ask Hartson how directing bliss compares to directing the whole opera is a very different approach. I mean when you're doing the monitor figure into doing the whole production, rehearsing the music, and like plot plot that that cetera, cetera, totally but but laying here here would would just just the working working with with this this musical musical part. part. Really, what I I'm trying to achieve is to like to kind of make this part of an opera, which is not structure, like stop being not and make like sculpture painting. But you just like walk in the member and see. And then just walk out again. And maybe check it out again. But, you know, it's always the same like a painting on the wall. But, but twelve hours. Yeah. So with the audience experiences it in a different way to the performance as well. Does it become something different for them through repetition about what it is? They're doing. Is it more like muscle memory? Is it become less about character? How is the performers mind change because the audiences mind is definitely changed. Yeah. Also a performer like what I really like doing it's really just sink into the music. And the lyrics and the situation it stops being about. Like you know what is happening now in the Oprah just like you just this. for for twelve twelve hours, hours, a a new new But singing, singing, then, again this this league beautiful beautiful you're there music music is is almost almost starts starts to to become become white white noise, noise, you you just just don't don't realize realize you're you're singing singing anymore anymore and and you you don't don't hear hear anymore, anymore, but but you're you're doing doing it it anyway anyway and just thinking about sandwiches or something. And why this particular part of the opera because this is a aria about forgiveness. It's an aria where a man has done some very bad things or tried to do some very bad things and hasn't completely succeeded. But he's had bad intentions, and he is forgiven because the person who is forgiving him is, I think she says it better than he is. Why is that idea of what happens in this story, so important to recognize and to repeat about what it saying about forgiveness and reconciliation? I'm so in. All of this part of the opera, for so many like multi layered reasons is also like it's also written by Lawrence of the bounty and, and Volker, Amadeus Mozart than like, you know, it's, it's time like modalities being created this letter at the time when I'm Medicare is becoming a Medica the friends of Lucien and whatnot. And then the comes to this Oprah about just pleasure and lust and. Then there's this moment of forgiveness and then like reconciliation. But also it's ironic. They're saying they forgive each other. But, you know that the authors are not really forgiving each other, and nobody is happy forever after that's what I love about this part of, like, it's kind of one of my favorite parts of like the whole idea of like western art, because it's so multi layered complicated that it's like you can feel, but it was really written tongue in cheek. But it's so beautiful that you cry. I always imagine most of this, like really in teak, but, like, it's so Bill, Paul. You have been interested in repetition a lot in your art. Does this story change the more times you see it? Do you start seeing the story in a different way as an audience member? The more times you see it. Maybe if you have a multi nation, I think, so. But, like I myself I don't really have a multi-nation, I just see the same thing over over again, and kind of sort of become spill Diffley mundane for me. But some people, I know who have imagination start seeing different things. And also, I think that is important in this piece in all, and all our pieces that I make that it's, it's really belongs to the viewer to what the viewer feels. And how does repetition change with viewer experiences as opposed to just looking at something once leaving the room. What is the repeat viewing do in terms of how we interpreter see something or hear something repetition is like it's such Woodley important thing in Kotor, and like in all cultures we always use repetition to make things. Holy like. Every religion has repetition of its core. And of course, we feel the, the security of repetition. And I'm just really interested in seeing therapeutic things like stuck in this repetition, then they stop becoming narrative, and traumatic and they just become sculptural, and it's almost as you can look at the from from all sides. We're talking with Ragnar Cureton about his staging of bliss. You have performed in this piece as well. What is the mindset that gets you through a performance at what point are you kind of losing focus? How you stay focused. How do you make sure that through the twelve hours of performance that you are able to do your work repeatedly without falling apart? I never have any like the special method for it because the funny thing is like petrol is always like this Hato thing, we're going to do this, twelve hours put like everybody has a job and they just do the repetitive thing for hours and hours. And so this is not. So far away from a regular job. But it's it's like you just go just go to it like I was like a working McDonalds. You're like I just gotta do it. Now I'm just on job. So that's kind of the mindset I have. But, but it's a it's a job, I really love a I just enjoy every moment of it, although sometimes I'm bored. The bottom is, it's almost like a relief in our modern times to be bored. It's just like just, just the idea of, we're going to perform this, and I'm just going to be doing nothing but this for twelve hours, it's really like. It's like the idea of some kind of occasion, like no will decisions about anything for twelve hours, we're on radio so we can't really picture what it is that audiences will see. But how would you describe the set in the costumes res- production told Todd cliche, like the rococo very Ricco, Cova very much of the Petiot to classical staging. And I just really liked clinical staging. I just love the idea of like painted sats and stuff like that. And to the performance get to eat and drink today. Leave stage. Are they snacking onstage? How do you make sure that they have enough energy to keep going? And I guess including that or the people who are playing the music we just bring food and snacks to the states.
Harvey Weinstein Reaches $44 Million Settlement With Sexual Misconduct Accusers
"Harvey Weinstein is great to shell out forty four million dollars to settle sexual misconduct losses, what forty four million dollars by Harvey Weinstein. Thirty million of it settles a big chunk of civil suits brought against him by women accusing him of sexual misconduct, and it pays for legal fees. The other fourteen million would reportedly pay the legal fees of Weinstein company, employees and board members who were named as defendants in the civil suits, the deal still has to be finalized, in the meantime, sources tell the post Weinstein hasn't paid anything toward the victim's damages and a lot of the settlement would go right back into the Weinstein brothers
Harvey Weinstein Nears $44 Million Dollar Settlement With Creditors and Sexual Assault Accusers
"Disgraced movie maker Harvey Weinstein now as a forty four million dollar deal to settle lawsuits brought by women accusing him of sexual misconduct. This would compensate Harvey Weinstein's alleged victims. The scores of women who have accused him and accused his company of wrongdoing of Harvey Weinstein at sexual misconduct and his company and its board of enabling that conduct over the course of decades, Turkey says Weinstein will still face criminal charges in New
'Avengers: Endgame' box office surging toward first billion-dollar debut
"Avengers endgame, breaking global box office records, it has made an estimated six hundred forty four million dollars worldwide on this opening weekend. Kevin Carfax is at the movies tells W, G wise, Chuck and Kelly the height and the weight is well worth it. A mega movie. I mean, it's more than just a sequel. It's Irap some things in a university of very satisfied move. It brings a lot of things full circle. At a very
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Ten and we move on or help me out here guys because you know over the years of lucia it's been fascinating if you've been with us for a long time it really has been like we used to talk about this stuff all the time in the way that always was bothering people stop talking about that now everybody's talking about it and we don't talk about it anymore we just sort of shuffled off colin kaepernick we were like oh they blackballed him literally all right it's been two years let's move out because it was hurting ratings it was hurting it was hurting the n._f._l. ratings it was hurting everybody's ratings because you didn't want to alienate the white man who is the majority customer we actually have some news on that front roger goodell spoke to the media and here is his take on account cabinet still not being since they anything yesterday jay friday believably that are closer than the ones on players they want on that individually of this team and something we using n._f._l. taking in maybe another all to win and the role they can win so from our point that's and writer more chan- your host why to cynically call cabinet two years i think is really what i said which is i think the team size they call them or any other player help their team win that's they wanna win tweet fall where still here we're still here we're still here can you guys look something up for me please i don't wanna get this wrong but i thought i had read a report that awhile ago that roger goodell had asked people to pick up my fam- that i that was a report i don't know that it was ever confirmed i don't remember whether it was stephen smith or someone else but that the cowboys i think ended up with michael sam according to a report that i have not i'm speaking recklessly here because i don't know what i'm saying right now is true and i don't know the validity of the reports of forgive me as the crew tries to clean up janitorial behind me but roger goodell stu gotz did this press conference yesterday does it every year and it is such fo- journalism that it's funny because he gets out in front of us and then we wave our pitchforks and torches at him make it look like journalism ask the tough questions he wiggles around doesn't say anything and then the super bowl is the highest rated thing in the history of super bowl and we move on and we move onto the next time and then you know when he gets into some trouble everyone at the network starts yelling that he should be fired and then he's not fired but what ends up happening hey never mind about making my salary public we'll do that private now right we're gonna go ahead and sign an extension let's keep my salary and private going forward so it really is just a bunch of talk the media doesn't actually have any power over this man because the angry mob has come at him and fallen feet and he's got a pay raise right he's got an extension and he does these press conferences every year and they're fundamentally useless there is nothing in their state of the union i mean he controls the conversation he controls but it might as well be like you know it might be like an infomercial or not nothing says matters because he's not going to say anything he's just going to sit there and give the company line and take whatever it is forty four million dollars for being opinion like it he's the things that the things that we do as an exercise super bowl we it's just content it doesn't mean anything and the n._f._l. doesn't care whether you think that it's controversial content or not as long as you tune in on sunday that's all they care about seems like a nice job an easy job i have found an article that backs up your claim from the new york times and that was repurpose by deadspin and and fat sis in which there was institutional pressure from roger goodell it also goes on to point the roger goodell has gay brother and he protected them from bullies when they were children that's all we need to do is get roger goodell black brother donlevatar is funny to hear stu gods and how generally resistant he is to knowledge yep it's the key to the show manip- stugatz mugica figured out the secret sauce dexter knowledge is my kryptonite live at our show with two guys on e._s._p._n..
Teen found alive months after parents shot dead
"President's former attorney Michael Cohen will testify in public before the powerful house oversight committee on February seventh the announcement coming from chairman, illogic comics who stressed the committee is consulting with special counsel Robert Mueller's office to make sure it doesn't interfere with any ongoing investigation. Capitol hill. Correspondent Wally Hines with. That report. The Tokyo district court says Nissan's former chair Carlos going has been indicted for breach of trust goings been in detention since since November nineteenth arrest. He was earlier charged with falsifying financial reports in reporting his income by about forty four million dollars over five years through two thousand fifteen this is townhall dot com. In an era where it's tough to know which news outlet to trust at a time where it's difficult to find facts, not just there is an oasis the news desert. It's the cats roundtable John Katzman TV's the personification of the American dream who built a multibillion dollar business empire. Talks with some of the nation's top newsmakers every Sunday morning at eight thirty one just here. Partisan spin you'll hear directly from the newsmakers who are shaping the news cycle in the city the country and the world of a cats roundtable, you just hear about politics, you're about size business, education, animal rights, and any other topics that you're interested in catch the cats roundtable every Sunday morning starting at eight thirty right after Aranha in the morning on AM nights of the answer. Apply. In the automotive world. Fiat Chrysler is the latest automaker to announce a big airbag recall. Correspondent Ed Donahue has this report more than one point six million jeeps dodgers and Chrysler's as well as ram and dodge pick-ups are covered by this recall. Most of them are in the US. It's the same story is previous recalls Takada front passenger airbag inflators can explode with too much force. If it happens shrapnel explodes into drivers and passengers at least twenty three people have died from the problem worldwide about ten million inflators are being recalled this year already. Ford Honda and Toyota has issued recalls in this latest round. The most dangerous inflators are in the areas of the south along the Gulf of Mexico that have high humidity. Ed Donahue, Washington. You can always check out. The breaking news and read more nalysts sat townhall dot com. Disruptions to air travel are possible. If Britain leaves the European Union in March without a deal. That's according to the head of the leading association for airlines around the world. Correspondent Karen Shamas has the latest with this report from London. Director general and see if the international Air Transport Association said the risk to traffic flow is partly under control after the consonants of contingency plans. However, he boys concerns about the possible knightdale Brexit which could cause cancellations and disruptions in the short term because current guidelines renascent to travel between Britain and the EU perfect twenty eighteen traffic levels. Whereas passenger traffic is projected to grow five point five percent in Europe this year. Does he stated that his main concerns are about the weeks and months following withdrawal? From the the
Nissan's Carlos Ghosn indicted for underreporting pay
"Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's says Japan French relations are unshakable despite concerns over the future of Nissan's alliance with Renault. The concern stems from the charging of the automakers former chairman Carlos Goan with under-reporting millions of dollars of income Tokyo. Prosecutors have charged Goan another Nissan executive Nissan itself with under reporting his income by forty four million dollars over five years as it was crucial for Nissan, Renault and allies partner Mitsubishi Motor to remain United and improve their
Vice President, President Trump And White House discussed on The Joe Piscopo Morning
"More names are emerging as President Trump searches for a new White House chief of staff widely believed that the president's top choice for the job was vice president Pence is chief of staff Nick Ayers, but airs announced on Twitter that he'll be leaving the White House to lead a pro-trump superpac. Some of the names now emerging to replace the outgoing John Kelly include White House budget director, Mick Mulvaney, and Republican congressman Mark meadows of North Carolina. The president says he'll name a replacement soon. Greg Clugston, Washington. Democrats have yet to take control of the house, but already there talking impeachment. He'd been the possibility of jail time for President Trump after he leaves office that allegations of hush money payments to women. Winter storm has made for a travel nightmare both on the ground in the air across parts of the southeast. Carolina's have been especially hard hit by the snow storm parts of southern and central Virginia. Also snowbound thousands of flights were impacted over the weekend air travel still being affected today. Well in case you missed it. The price of gas has plunged in recent weeks average price of gasoline has now dropped twenty two cents over the past three weeks. Regular grade now to fifty one it is a drop of forty cents over three months and the price of fifty one is four cents below zero point you'll price analyst trilby Lundberg says it is possible that OPEC's decision to cut oil output. We'll bring a halt to gasoline price cuts. Tokyo. Prosecutors have charged Nissan's former chairman Carlos gone with underreporting his income to the tune of forty four million dollars over five years and other Nissan executives. Also reportedly been charge. On Wall Street this morning. Dow futures down seventy six points SNP features off nine NASDAQ futures. Twenty two points in the read more on these stories at townhall dot com. Moon again, and I've never before endorsed a pain relief product of
Lanza, Chuck Sivertsen And ABC discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Twenty twelve the Hartford current reports Lanza wrote an apparent online communication with a fellow gamer saying, I n Cecil have nothing other than scorn for humanity. And I have been desperate to feel anything positive for someone for my entire life. Lanza details a range of grievances including lights that are too bright and his hair touching his brother's towel. Chuck sivertsen. ABC news Japanese media reporting. Prosecutors in Tokyo have charged the ousted Nissan chair Carlos gone charged him with under reporting his income to the tune of forty four million dollars US over a period of five years gone is not. Commented. You're listening to ABC news.
What if the weakest link in election security is ... confidence?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet them. Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather autonomous testing centers to learn more head to planet, m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born and by G, suite by Google cloud. A suite of cloud based productivity tools that includes g mail doc slides sheets and drive you can make real time updates to the same document without having to keep track of multiple versions. And since all tools are cloud based your whole team can access the same document and work on the same page at the same time make it with G suite by Google cloud. Find out more at G, suite dot com. What if the weakest link in election security is confidence from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. This week. We've been looking at election security, we talked about how voting machines are vulnerable to hacking, and they are, but an even easier target is voter registration databases names addresses and voting histories on all kinds of people every campaign has a list like this whether it's for an individual candidate or a big statewide list. This data Villanova had its boater registration database hacked back in two thousand sixteen the attack expose the data of more than seventy thousand boaters, but stealing that information wasn't necessarily the goal. We now know that the department of homeland security the Justice department, the FBI has said the goal of all of this activity wasn't to steal votes or throw elections. The goal of it was to diminish American confidence in our election system. That's mad. Dietrich public information officer at the Illinois state board of elections after the hack the state got. Thirteen million dollars in federal money to beef up its election security, but Dietrich acknowledges that doubt is a powerful tool. That's easy to spread a lot of it had to do with manipulating social media and getting voters to argue among themselves. Spreading false information through Twitter and Facebook, that's the social engineering aspect of all this that really as an election with already. We don't have a whole lot of control over. He thinks the state has done a good job convincing voters that it serious about security, but he said states and cities are going to need a lot more help if they're going to secure elections in the future, including more secure voting machines back in two thousand and four Illinois got one hundred and forty four million dollars from the federal help America vote act and used it to buy all new voting equipment now that was fourteen years ago this year, we got thirteen point two million dollars. That is one eleventh of what we got back. Then I think probably what needs to happen now. Is we're going to need help from the federal level to change out all of the voting equiment throughout our state in all one hundred and eight of our local jurisdictions, and it's going to take federal help more along the lines of what we got in two thousand and four so far. There aren't any signs of a federal effort at that level. But Dietrich said the conversation is starting really starting in January when the department of homeland security started talking more openly about not only the fact that there was Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election, but also putting out the word to election authorities in the general public because it was in the news that we need to be on guard because it's going to happen again in these midterm elections and beyond the conversation is not a moment too soon. Just last week the Justice department accused Moore Russians of disinformation campaigns aimed at the midterm elections and launched digital spying campaigns to stop election interference. And a report last week. By two security, firms said some thirty five million voter registration records from nineteen states are for sale on the dark web. The experts said it's the first large scale case of that happening and that the records could be used for organized voter fraud like changing online registration or stealing the identity of legitimate voters and casting absentee ballots in their place. And now for some related links. I in New York Times editorial from Friday that sums up this whole election thing nicely headline America's elections could be hacked go vote. Anyway. All right now. Let's just totally switch gears and talk about video games. Okay. Because apparently enforced night, the cube island just exploded. And now, they're cute monsters all over the map for the fort nightmares event. And you get loot when you kill them. And I'm kind of wondering if it's too late to be a cube monster for Halloween. And if you don't understand a word, I just said, it's fine. I'm done. Now. You may have noticed that all the tech places on the web yesterday were posting their reviews of the iphone ten are. And how it stacks up to the ten as an attend s max. And actually, there are all these other phones that have come out lately from LG in wa wa and there's a new one plus Android phone and HTC is about to announce the world's first blockchain phone that is true, apparently, and it kind of all culminated NA delightful headline from digital trends dot com that said smartphone makers are vomiting torrent of new phones, and we're sick of it, and quote, which was awesome. And also, even though they're talking about the actual release cycles. I feel like we can all agree that like do we really need a new phone sized supercomputer? Because last year, they told me this one was pretty amazing. And if you don't believe me that you don't actually need an upgrade witness the story yesterday about both apple and Samsung being fined millions of euros in Italy for intentionally slowing down their older phones instead of just letting us replace the batteries and keep on truckin. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM sign up for our daily Email newsletter by Tober thirty first and you could be in for a Halloween treats, we're giving away ten treat bags filled with some great marketplace swag, including our high powered phone charger. A pretty cool. Gadget you cannot get anywhere else. Subscribed today at marketplace dot org for your chance to win and good luck. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation. Our world is becoming more hands free. 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"Is urging heart and the city council to quickly respond to the federal transit authority demands. Over the rail project he signed a letter to members yesterday asking them to pass legislation that would allow the city to pay the promised forty four million dollars to cover holes in the budget. FDA sent a letter to heart on Friday saying that it had to send in a recovery plan on how to pay the one hundred thirty four million dollars over budget. By November Caldwell said, this is not a time to play chicken or delay. As he addressed the council and heart officials a man accused of holding up a game room in
Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to family
"A Texas jury. Has hit Toyota with a two hundred forty two million dollar. Verdict after finding that defects in the front seats of two thousand two Lexus ES three hundred caused serious injuries to a. Dallas families to young children during a rear end collision in two thousand sixteen the jury in state court in Dallas awarded one hundred forty four million dollars in punitive damages after finding Toyota and Toyota Motor Sales were. Grossly negligent in the matter according to court papers
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"forty four million dollars" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Significant for a team that has all these other players on top especially because now they're probably going to be doing so switching wouldn't necessarily have been in the closing line to the any is someone who probably would have been shared into a solid enough starting center it's a he's a loss but not someone who's just gonna kill you because he's not a on your team anymore 'em in they still they only have ten guys really under contract right now they are said to have agreed with lorenzo brown don't know what the guarantees are on that so they'll put you at eleven they moved on from malcolm miller i think alfonso mckinney guarantees in a couple of days you imagine they probably would move on okay take him off my sheet right now so they're at eleven guys the tax bill is looking like it's going to be pretty big if they fill out the roster with minimum remember they haven't even used their tax payer me by the way so they have that available but let's say they just fill out to fourteen players with minimums and don't look to cut any tax they're looking at a forty four million dollars tax payment and overall team salary plus tax one hundred eighty eight million you imagine that they probably will in fact be trying to cut but with an mallika richardson you'd think he he would be someone they would move on revealing he makes one point five so you replace him with someone else and you're not really saving any money am powell is the obvious candidate making nine million this year but let's not forget he's got four more years at forty two million player option on that last year so you probably would have to attach a first round pick to him to move nut saying he's not a valuable player if he's going right but still it's looking like he's overpaid didn't play it all last year so it is going to be tough to cut money there's always the thought that they could move on for balance eunice as while who's got sixteen million this year a seventeen point six million dollar player option that he'd likely picks up for next year so that could be the other one but they kinda need valance valentinus unless they wanna just make you baca their starting center and just bring in someone else on budget but i think at this point you know you probably want to just start the season with this team and then kinda see where you're at a around the trade deadline you'll unless cap space from the hawks in kings is just going to go away between now then which is possible so we'll see so moves into becoming a forty four million dollars tax payment for ten it's never paid the tax before seems unlikely but man i mean this is just a really we have to turn now to the question of course is health i mean that's really the the next step here and then also just his where he's at mentally as far as going to play for this team for a year which was not among his preferred destinations by all accounts right and so of course people will be looking to physical that quite lender does have to take and where you know what the raptors are looking for in that physical we know very little about his status recovery there was that those inklings from shops tron yeah a little while ago that oh he's you know on the one the way to come back i don't remember the exact terminal and coach that article about how he might play at the team usa meaning camp right so i mean if they're talking about doing that then you're to imagine he's healthy enough to be out there on the court but as many executives anonymously noted in whoa just piece that wouldn't have been it enough to show our is the a top twenty player as he top five player but he could at least show that he's like out there and moving around and looks okay right and so that's a threshold question that now is more pertinent for the raptors in a couple of different ways but yeah i mean we we don't know what quite leonard the raptors are getting and also at the beginning of this as assuming that the physical is go to to pass and an quiet of a member of the raptors and shows up which i i'm not as where your people in my mentions because i was awake when the early reporting on this happened like what.
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on The Information's 411
"To those kinds of services if you can't get a scooter to get to where you need to get to although scooters usually meant to replace walking right not as much right car rides but but yeah there's a lot of activity here but there's so many uncertainties around regulation which is real there are so many uncertainties around the supply of these vehicles and they're the sort of one main supplier based in china that that serve single oddities companies remains to be seen you know how that's gonna play out and all these companies want develop their own hardware they don't necessarily have the expertise to do that that's really hard to do only one of them which is founded by the former ceo of boosted boards she's those electric skates shore there there's only one team that really has experienced doing this right and they are developing their own hardware their own scooters so there are but there's such there's such an intense frenzy around this because because of these early economics look really good and even from investors and they're willing to also let a founder like travis founders and in from bird unload load a good chunk of his share right which storage so it's only been a year and he's cashed out at least forty four million dollars but we've heard it was actually much bigger i don't know if that's correct but of heard it's lot more than that it was unusual it just doesn't happen very often a year in founders allowed to cash out like that it's not generally the best sign although this was a little bit different because understood the evan bobby after one year i think it was more than a year but it you know it was during one of their before they were like a multi multibillion dollar company i think it was when they did their eight hundred million dollar valuation round both evident bobby cashed out around twenty million or so okay so it happens but but you know it was controversial at the time and i imagine with this being a year it's still unproved business model ton of competition questionable did not bother investors at all they're some who were like what are you doing i don't i i have not taken a tally of all them it sounds like there was just a ton of demand and people really want in on these things this is clearly an area of growth and area of growth in the consumer internet which has been a little quieter at times so yeah there's a lot of money freddie to go to work yeah so anytime they see this sort of thing they're just gonna jump at it last question on this i mean so they've raised out to these multibillion dollar valuations which one point five or to do you think that that is a mistake in terms of their long term prospects because obviously you know as aquisition targets getting expensive even for an uber or lift you know it's it's it's a bold strategy i guess on their part yes far be it for me to say what's what's right in not right it's certainly unprecedented that kind of valuation jump is is pretty incredible and sometimes that works out sometimes it crashes in stagnates we just don't know on their way to any uncertainties here so i i think we'll we'll know a lot more in the coming months but but i think clearly there there is something really we've been writing about this space for a while there is something real you have you know the miniaturization and in the wider availability of these batteries right at are able to power these motors in these little vehicles that's that's really exciting that's a real that's a real breakthrough and and is going to lead to all kinds of electric modes of transport you know things that are kind of between traditional motorized scooter and the the fully combustion engine you know vespa scooter right that we've seen we'll have a lot of 'inbetweens so it is a very exciting from that perspective and i think the prices have been coming down to the point where just individuals are going to be able to buy the which is what i'm seeing now too i mean like i'm familiar with what the bird scooter looks like and now i see people walking around with them and i.
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"True to the game they're just the smartest at spending they're the smartest of figuring out like we have to make it will have to make it come out to even so we don't look like we're greedy yeah it's genius you never hear rey you ever hear jay writes name mentioned when you talk about bernie the villanova players mentioned in this whole pain players debate no just that corner legal novas just their starting point guard only the starting point card issue just that all the paint players how about the lebron documentary hbo yeah make any documentary was lebron okay and we we already saw us right your thoughts state yeah we already saw this ben simmons at a documentary i think it was on showtime so maybe that's why this is on hbo that's about hey these guys are making a lot of money for these schools and they're not making a lot of money and they're not happy about it so i'm guessing that's the story line of this documentaries well martinez you may know more than i know this one's on hbo though so people watching i i did see this quote from a maverick carter lebron's right hand man he said this in talking about yeah for those who don't know by the way we should explain that the they're doing a documentary on how on i'll say athletes are unpaid in it's not fair and i don't know if you guys have heard about this debate before but apparently college athletes the college sports makes a ton of money and athletes don't get any i don't have forty four million dollars for louisville i'm just now hearing about this but a maverick carter is quote was this is an incredibly important story about the institutional denial of basic human rights for these students.
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Don't miss old navy saturday steel tomorrow get fifty percent off all shorts graphic tees for just five bucks and a free baseball cap with a fifty dollar purchase tease valid five nineteen select styles shorts excludes active and in store clearance limit one cap we going go ahead and what about this mass today the the budget for the costumes no yeah we're waiting on something through it yeah the budget for the costumes i've i've completely blown through that man i and all that purple makeup and he's masking and outfit santa those they'll those sex outfits latex they ain't cheap i'm getting good use out monitor from me every night but you decided to go the cheap route and i was into i thought that i could get away with this busy man nostrils aren't even like the same play boss you know we have six bucks left in the budget and that's what it gets you so i and i liked the way they think that you can breathe through you'll nostrils rate here i'm suffocating in this thing i'm like i'll put this on i'm trying to bring his law trying to i'm just trying to see oxygen from the is maybe like you'll be so loan oxygen you think you look good what you gonna do for man coming here we'd like to but we are going to yes i'm not wearing that thing i'm sorry i disappointed you thought i could get away with it and so you're going to do a muggle phase right now but let's go ahead and get into the review and as i said doing deadpool two right now and deadpool one you know was not it was not a shock that it was going to be a hit i mean trying to get that thing may for so long a lot of people talking never be made and when it finally was made not only did they get it right a lot of people said but it was people had high expectations move exceeded those for a modest fifty eight million dollars martin that's just as just spare change but the people up there in hollywood what happens when the creators have passionate about what they're doing yeah for me fifty eight million dollars that's nothing for them in hollywood that movie made i think worldwide seven hundred and forty four million dollars.
Hurricane Harvey's toxic impact deeper than public told
"A budget with thirty million dollars going towards school safety maryland republicans wanted to take one million dollars allocated for something else and instead give it to the state police to help the school safety but that amendment failed democrats said the budget already has thirty million dollars for that purpose school safety was a big part of the debates leading up to the passage of the forty four million dollar budget by the state house a student opened fire at great mills high school in saint mary's county this week shooting and injuring his ex girlfriend and another boy negotiators are now working out the differences in this budget and the one passed by the state senate have their curtis sound wma allen wma l dot com as an and trump says he plans to sign a massive one point three trillion dollar spending bill that's a catchall for funding the military and other domestic programs among the provisions are several school safety measures that senator marco rubio says are meant to make change after the massacre at stillman douglas high school there are people up here that disagree on how to regulate guns i know of no one who doesn't want to stop school shootings i know of no one who doesn't want to stop mass shootings we should take that goodwill and use it we should take that area of consensus and use it as the platform upon which to pursue public policies that can make a difference president trump's lead lawyer and the russia investigation has left the legal team attorney john dowd confirming his decision in an email to the associated press saying that he quote loves the president and wishes him well the move comes several days after the president added a new lawyer to the team former us attorney joe digenova recent reports indicate that hurricane harvey which devastated parts of texas last year with heavy winds and rainfall brought with it a high number of potentially harmful toxins a joint investigation by the associated press and the houston chronicle shows that the extent of toxins brought by harvey is more widespread than thorns initially said long term consequences for human health haven't been addressed the investigation revealed more than one hundred harvey related toxic releases the report it says only a few were ever investigative correspondent clayton neville the nc double a tournament returning tonight with the first half of the sweet sixteen many of the top seeds gone in the south and west regions.
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"Uh i did actually actually i did i got i just over that for one is for what are the kids i know i got i just an hour they were like we need someone to do eighty are for we need somebody to adr for that rhino you know the rhino that like is at the end of the this to impede that's like momma behind him yeah i went in for that i did adr for that in gangster booed i get it i'm sorry i'm sorry james but uh you know it's 2017 2017 good guy it's worth eighty opd who could start wild you're actually held this down a lot better from within we are reviewing jumanji this is the number one moving the country did you guys know it past are wars in the box office this week i did good yeah so i mean it are as people know i've been working on movie theater for the last few weeks manda i didn't know it's in our biggest theater na na almost sells out every time like but like in by almost made like there's like one empty seat and it's a handicap seat so we were holding so like yeah it's been do really yeah it's been doing well it like star wars was beating it and then it just kept making money and you know the i think the backlash of star wars was finally affecting its box office gross even though they already made over billion dollars but jumanji has made two hundred and forty four million dollars domestically and then like something like two hundred.
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"All too chom on past than trump and he's in a situation where trump almost could not do anything wrong because she is not going to take offense of whatever trump may say a and that is of course all about chinese to defray pressure from the americans on uh in particular north korea and potentially possibly also betray and this power play between the two men out it was a it was individual power when a sheeting king was taken to play golf with them trump versus it very in trump's and presidency and but this time we have of course in lots of water under the bridge a north korea has been the key thing this everybody's expecting donald trump to want xi jinping to do something more about did that the feeling is that the chinese president is either unlike guaranteed unwilling to change china's position on on pyongyang's would you agree with them adding you're epson each spot on uh president she in china does not weedy intends to take dhs nece a wolf defy a full trump a he we don't something he will make promises and in fact he's already started the process by could tailing chinese tourists from going to north korea right onto day when president trump visits china just to show that he is giving a big gift to trump something which onto tacoma way right okay say you have been a big blow to north korea hey you have the that this this terrorism and the sanction is is what it hits north courage the chain of about forty four million dollars per year of which four out of every five visit says it goes foreign visitor that ghosts to career comes from china how damaging is that realistically while publicly not or that damaging particularly since the uh the band may not actually lost mary long at the moment there is no.
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on NFL Live
"He's got no pressure from a financial standpoint he's gonna make forty four million dollars for this and last year and he's gonna make a killing after this all season no matter what happens is good spot that it's great got your dad threw money giving a lot of money in bank all good i other quarterback news how about the bill shaken of aross trading dow jones to the la chargers where he will be reunited with their new head coach who wasn't buffalo anthony lin he was getting a few with reps in practice buffalo in buffalo's announced a fresh start with la what do you think of other fit listen they called in yesterday to let him know that he was being treated to la to the charges and he broke down and cried and cried from happiness because he feels wanted and appreciated in italy before he gets there he feels like he's gonna get an opportunity that he wouldn't have had in buffalo where the bills renowned sign tg aides were they went out and drafted nathan peterman where they resigned tara taylor brought him back for this year and anthony lin the head coach of the chargers knows the type of ability that cordell jones has won personally call me last night after this trade and said look there are a lot of players have a lot of potential the cordell jones has probowl potential he gets the opportunity to go work with philip rivers we trained with before the draft and he believes that this is the ideal landing spot for him and we'll see if he could make that opportunity count the question seems like a better fit anthony lynn obviously familiar with them and buffalo in than you think about the skill set for jones.
"forty four million dollars" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"And other people on this list people our listeners no doubt may have heard of leslie moon vis of cbs corporation made nearly seventy million dollars that's up twenty two percent robert idir of walt disney actually as pay went down in two thousand sixteen he still made just about forty four million dollars that's right and still ranks near the top of the list it's it's interesting to note that uh as as has been the case in recent years entertainment company media company communications company tech company ceos uh there's a lot of them men in that ten uh those are the companies are the industries that tend to pay significant amounts to there to there top ceos let's go to the lowest paid people tayo i see where some of the lowestpaid accepted just one dollar for their salary did they get paid in stock options or something uh most of the time when you see these ceos who have just the dollar an annual pay they already own a lot of stock you've larry page at ethnic at alphabet the which owns google of course you have john mack you whole foods on these people already stand to gain significantly if the stock improves they don't need annual grants of equity to to kind of give them an incentive to keep the stock price up that's true to for people like warren buffett who isn't down at the one dollar level but is is one of those very few ceos who make less than a million dollars a year i'm speaking with tale francis of the wall street journal in you're listening to what's news.