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Elsie moooves on: Borden dairy sold to private equity firms
"Dallas based boarding dairy has some actual says some new owners and that is not so good news earlier this year was that the company filed for bankruptcy but on the flip side it has been sold to a pair of private equity firms for three hundred forty million dollars the new owners are capitol peak partners and KKR Borden's twelve U. S. plants will be will remain open and it's thirty three hundred workers will keep their
Fresh update on "forty million dollar" discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast
"Friday with Ethan here again. I WanNa ask you guys real. Quick question that you can answer on our social media page, so that is facebook and twitter. Send Me Your answer to this question. Who is? Your most beloved fantasy football player that you've ever drafted. And why? Do that and at us will make sure to feature you on next week's podcast. How about that right? That'd be great. I'm excited to see what you guys have to say. But what we're talking about this segment here is Patrick mahomes big. Mahama's big PAT got the big bag and we gotta talk about it, and we had talked about how it relates to other quarterbacks around his age bracket his threshold his. Talent potential. What could this mean for the rest of the quarterbacks around then NFL? Moneywise, so the chiefs in Super Bowl MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes have recy-. Agreement on a ten year contract extension that ties him to Kansas City through the twenty thirty, one season twenty, thirty one i. don't even know what the world will look like ten years from now, but the team announced Monday. This league sources told ESPN's Adam schefter that the deal is worth four hundred fifty million over. The next ten years period, and it could be worth up to five hundred and three million extension includes A. Forty million dollar injury guarantee, and as well as a no trade clause also includes the ability for Mahomes to have out. If certain guaranteed mechanisms, an exercise is source toward schefter since he joins, he's just a few years ago. Patrick has developed into one of the most prolific athletes in all sports. Chiefs Chairman Clark Hunt said in a statement about the quarterback who led the team to I championship in fifty years with was dynamic play in infectious personality. He is the most recognized and beloved figure to put on a chiefs uniform. He is extraordinary leader and credit to the Kansas City community and I'm delighted that he'll be a member of the Kansas City chiefs for many years to come. Mahomes also tweeted about the deal following an announcement on Monday. And the chiefs picked up mahomes fifth option for the two thousand twenty one season in April putting him under contract for the next two seasons, Mahomes had two years and twenty seven million dollars left on the deal two point eight million this year, twenty, four, million in twenty, one and twenty, twenty one, the ten year extension puts him closer under contract with the chiefs for the next twelve seasons now and homes will receive eighty three million, plus in signing bonuses from Twenty Twenty, one to twenty, three, twenty, one point, seven billion in two thousand and twenty, one twenty seven point four million in twenty to. Thirty four million, plus in twenty three, those three years or fully guaranteed sources told Jeremy Fowler the chiefs added twenty five million in incentives over ten years former home, starting in twenty, twenty two, and for ten years, running Mahomes will have one point twenty five million incentives for winning the AFC championship game and one point twenty five million incentive for winning NFL MVP a source toward schefter with his landmark payout over the next twelve years, mahomes will have the richest valued contract in American Professional Sports Mike. Trout held that distinction after he signed a twelve year four hundred, sixty, four hundred twenty six point, five million dollars contract with the Los Angeles. Angels in March. Twenty nineteen draws contract is fully guaranteed however. Chiefs General Manager Bret reach. The three. Bread vh? said. This deal has been priority in think. MAHOMES agents Chris Covad in least dynevor his abilities or so raw into a couple that with an incredible personality is outstanding each homes, so we're going to have to continue to do everything we can to run talent and still provides more flexibility to do that. He obviously an integral part to our success, and we're thrilled to have him going to be our quarterback of the Kansas. Jesus, for a long time. mahomes becomes the fourth quarterback since twenty eleven to receive an extension before the start of his fourth season doing Ryan Tannehill. Carson, Wentz and your golf, the chief said that it intended to sign a franchise quarterback to an extension BA- previously indicated that it may not happen until after the season mahomes twenty four was mvp of Kansas City's thirty one to twenty victory over the San Francisco. Forty niners and super bowl last year, making him the first quarterback in the NFL history to win a league MVP and Super Bowl before turning twenty five. Mahomes the youngest quarterback to be named.
Report: Pujols paying Angels' Dominican staffers
"So no baseball season yet but altruism from angels veteran Albert Pujols who twenty eleven signed a ten year two hundred forty million dollar contract with the angels the LA times reports that holes is picking up the tab for lost salaries of angels employees in his native Dominican Republic those who were furloughed by the team holes covering a hundred eighty thousand dollars worth of five months a full pay for these team
Fresh update on "forty million dollar" discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"There is there is no way they can cut him based upon the dead cap money before the at the end of the sixth year of the contract, which would have their. Chat Mardi players caught. There have been players caught yes. Yes, and what happens if they cut pat mahomes? What would happen, so he gets his. Three. Like gloves. Answer their answer. The question rob what happens if heat now look, he'll get one hundred and forty one point four million dollars in the next in the next two years guaranteed. Okay, so he has one hundred forty one, and let's say they decide will cut him. What happens? What happens? He gets another roster bonus for another forty million dollars case now he's got one hundred eighty at any point in time that they cut him in those first three years de, and then he's a free agent can signed another deal where it's guaranteed money. It doesn't mean that if he gets cut, he can't go and get another contract again. You're misrepresenting it know. About with the chiefs does essentially the bogusch. He signed a five hundred three's. What they I I I see of getting five hundred and three million from the chiefs. Doug almost. Zero to non really you'll never get all that money you. You'll never get that right or wrong wrong. He'll actually get more. He won't five three from the Kansas City chiefs. He will guarantee. You'll get more. Earl Thomas was taking every penny from four year deal signed with the Seattle seahawks set. Not Twelve years I understand. I understand I understand. Look if you're the chiefs you have again. There's no such that you're not doing to do and it's. The chiefs aren't going to be like Oh. Hey. You want six years than to be a free agent. Sure, remember this being confronted speaking. You're right. No I was thinking English speaking Israel new. Gary no I'm not he's Garrett. Look look look. They cannot k be based upon dead cap money and the size of this contract rob. The reality is they can't cut him and then find a replacement at..
Climate change isn't going anywhere, and investment could soon rise
"While people around the country deal with the COVID, nineteen pandemic and protests for police reform and racial justice. The climate is continuing to change the US just experience. The warmest may on record, a UN report last week warned that mass extinctions are happening faster than expected and while climate change solutions are on the back burner for now they are as urgent as ever as part of our ongoing series. How we survive, we've been looking at how technology can help us adapt to climate change, so we wondered if you're an investor focused on climate tech. How are things going? Seth! Bannon is a founding partner at the venture firm fifty years, the human and economic tragedy of Covid. Nineteen has shown pretty clearly, the dangers posed by natural systemic disastrous. This pandemic has shown the dangers of ignoring science and I think we'll see a surge of interest for sustainability initiatives and investments in the wake of this pandemic, because of those things embracing that science will lead to resiliency and profit and ignoring it will lead to fragility. Downfall city group launched a new arm within its investment banking division that will be dedicated to sustainability. They specifically said Covid. Nineteen has increased interest in their client base in sustainable and resilient strategies, so part of it could be helped along by the recognition of what true disaster looks like right, which was was kind of abstract, maybe for a lot of people before this, absolutely I mean even with pandemic preparedness. people have been saying. Hey, there are some investments we can make. And yet they might cost a few dollars, but you know Ville payback ten volt, if a pandemic ever comes and regulators and investors, and even in some case. People in Academia You know didn't make those investments. And we're paying the price now. I think the parallels to the climate crisis are pretty clear. We know what investments we should be making. We haven't making them because some of them are hard. And some of them are expensive. and I think this is a pretty big wakeup call. In terms of the value of making those investments. It seems likely that there could also be though a renewed focus on public health preparedness like. Do you think that there's a risk for you? That money that might have come into climate change and resilience might now actually go toward public health resilience, while I think in times of crisis more money flows into the truly important things. Some of that will public health preparedness as it should. I think more will also flow into into climate tech climate preparedness, the places where less money will flow. Flow will likely be the nicest to have the ECOMMERCE technology. The the Ad Tech the social networking site I. Think these things will likely be the things that suffer and the beneficiaries will be all the things that are truly important. How is your fund raising going? You said you're raising a new fund now, right? Yeah, so we had our first close of that. Find on the day the New York Times had the first graph of the unemployment numbers. You know that was initially going to. To be a forty million dollar close to ended up being twenty million, luckily, the twenty that was supposed to close on that day didn't disappear. Everyone, said Hey, we just we'd like to continue to move forward to the closed at a later date hair on fire right now but I think for sure the last couple of months. It's been hard to get anyone's attention for you know VC's. There's typically two types of investors of individuals and family offices, and then those what are known as. As institutional investors that later group has largely pulled out of the market entirely I think a lot of funds that might have had a difficult time. Raising normal time just won't be able to raise unless of course things magically recover and and economies just back contract by the end of the year which I don't think it's going to happen. Seth Bannon is a founding partner at the venture firm. Fifty years. You can find our entire how we survived series at marketplace dot org slash climate. And now for some related links, research published last Monday in the proceedings of the national. Academy of Sciences found that five hundred species could become extinct in the next twenty years, and that our window to prevent those extinctions is only about ten or fifteen years. Long scientists had thought there would be more times more numbers here to illustrate that the researcher said that in the last one hundred years we've lost at least five hundred and forty three species of plants and animals. Now they're saying five hundred more could go extinct in just twenty years. T. L. Dr, the pace of extinction is accelerating. And scientists warned that mass extinctions can cause a cascade effect that can endanger human life on this planet they point to among other things, an increase in new diseases and pandemics.
Jordan giving $100 million for racial equality, justice
"Michael Jordan and the Jordan brand or giving one hundred million dollars to organizations dedicated to promoting racial equality and social does justice in a joint statement today on social media Jordan and the Jordan brand said money will be paid over ten years with the goal of ensuring racial equality social justice in greater and greater access to education the Jordan brand is a subsidiary of Nike which earlier today committed forty million dollars over the next four years to support the black
President Trump hosts Native American roundtable in Arizona
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzales. President Trump signed a proclamation acknowledging missing and murdered Indigenous People Tuesday during a visit to Arizona which included a round discussion with Navajo Nation Vice President Myron laser and his wife Dottie laser and Hilo River Indian community governor Stephen Role Lewis dotty. Liser is an advocate working on missing murdered indigenous women issues. The President M I W is a growing issue on the Navajo nation. Here's part of her comments from livestream of the meeting on C. Span with the Ashland Mike case that came up in two thousand sixteen where she was kidnapped and raped and murdered in New Mexico. May Second Two thousand sixteen. So that's kind of open the door for Navajo to start saying okay. We need to do something. Because I became the forefront and so since then the amber alert on that one nation has gotten better but still needs help with funding. Still needs help with getting the data together. The roundtable lasted about thirty minutes and included discussions about cove nineteen which has hit the Navajo nation. Hard this week. The number of positive Navajo cases exceeded two thousand five hundred tribes across the country have been waiting for federal cove. Nineteen Relief Eight. Eight billion dollars is set aside for tribes in the Cares Act. President trump commented about the funding including the amount to the Navajo nation as he joked with vice. President Liser is the single largest investment in Indian country in our history. So the amount of money that's being sent to Indian country as we call it is the largest amount in the history of the US. And you deserve. And you've been through a lot in the Navajo. Nation will soon receive over six hundred million dollars. That's a lot. Can renegotiate community door. Go up before the Hilo River Indian community is set to receive forty million dollars. Disbursement has been delayed. The Treasury Department announced Tuesday a plan to begin payments to tribes which includes holding back amounts for Alaska native corporations due to pending litigation more than a dozen tribes sued over the inclusion of Alaskan native corporations in the funding he l- River Indian community governor Steven Lewis commented about the funding at the end of the meeting urging for the immediate release of the money and also saying the eight billion dollars is woefully inadequate to meet the needs of tribes. Nothing Empire. I'm trying getting some of the money out today. I WanNa thank you. Also because we need help now Indian tribes and can't wait for that litigation to end before from the and also governor Lewis also asked for a cap to be put on the amount anyone tribe receives and to allow tribes to have flexible guidance to keep their governments running. The Treasury. Department's plan is to begin allocating sixty percent of the eight billion this week. Two tribes the president of the Rosebud Sioux tribe in South Dakota declared an immediate lockdown of community Tuesday due to Cova Nineteen President Rodney Bordeaux and a social media message declared the lockdown of the Spring Creek community due to a high exposure of covert nineteen law enforcement will be monitoring roads and no one will be allowed inner out of Spring Creek. The message states lockdown is to protect the rest of the communities from the spread of cove nineteen the tribal assist people in need of food and supplies. No other information was shared. A number of tribes in South Dakota have taken emergency measures to address cove in nineteen including the Oglala Sioux tribe which issued a reservation white lockdown down and the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe monitoring borders among several of. Its emergency measures.
Elon Musk appears to be selling 2 of his Bel Air homes
"Elon musk has put two of his California homes up for sale for almost forty million dollars after his tweets storm Friday announcing he was getting rid of most of his possessions he also tweeted the tussle stock price had gotten too high that touched off a ten percent correction Friday but today the correction was partly corrected Tesla shares rose eight percent
100-year-old WWII veteran's charity walk raises about $40 million
"The United Kingdom is celebrating the one hundredth birthday of a beloved World War two veteran captain Tom Moore is helping raise millions in corona virus relief funds for the country's National Health Service he's doing so just by walking laps in his yard he only gave us a story he wants to be known as just captain Tom but he's much more than that the British World War two veteran stepped onto the world stage with the charity walk around his garden raising over forty million dollars to support healthcare workers in Britain
Seattle-based Boeing plans 10% job reduction and jet production cutbacks after reporting loss
"Today Boeing announced that they will be cutting down their workforce by about ten to fifteen percent in the next month as production at the plants in in Renton and Everett and are all around the country are to far slower pace than the normal Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun gave the news during its quarterly earnings announcement for the company Boeing's earnings dropped by twenty six percent during the last quarter Calhoun claimed at the drop in earnings is due to a reduction in aircraft demand over the last several months the sharp reduction in demand for airplanes that we see out over the next several years won't support the size of the workforce we have today at this time we're taking action to reduce our workforce by approximately ten percent of our roughly a hundred and sixty thousand employees by end of this year through the combination of voluntary layoffs attrition and involuntary layoffs as necessary over seventy thousand Washingtonians are currently employed with Boeing and it's expected that as many as ten thousand of them could be let go Calhoun made the point that Boeing will have to downsize the entire operation in order to make up for the company's decline we will be a smaller company for a while we work hard to maintain the stability of our workforce avoiding Laos even though even through the suspension of mass production doubling the length of time we pay employees impacted by the cold induced shutdown of Puget Sound Charleston and other sites the company began offering voluntary layoff packages last week foreshadowing the big cuts that are going to be taken now Boeing officials are predicting that airline passengers will decline by as much as forty percent by the time twenty twenty is over one area of production that will take a particular hit over the next few years is Boeing seven eighty seven Dreamliner used primarily for international travel a production of the seven eighty seven will reduce from fourteen planes each month to ten planes each month for the next year and then down to seven planes per month in twenty twenty two years CEO Dave Calhoun on why a demand for the eight seven is is pretty strong our issue is in our assumptions and and we think we're right is that the international route structures are going to come back much slower than the domestic ones and as a result the eight seven suffers for that so production of all jets will be dropping including the seven seventy seven the seven seventy seven acts which will drop from five planes a month to three and then of course the big question how will the infamous seven thirty seven Max fair with the cutbacks a seven thirty seven Max jets of course have been grounded for over a year now and until the corona virus pandemic Boeing had continued manufacturing those planes Dave Calhoun claimed that the company hopes to slowly begin building the seven thirty seven Max again and gradually increasing until they are building thirty one of them each month before the jets were grounded in March twentieth nineteen Boeing was consistently producing forty two seven thirty seven Max's each month which they hope to reach again as the FAA gives them the go ahead to bring the jets back to service this all adds to the struggles the company's been facing for the entire year after those two seven thirty seven Max jets crashed leading to a loss of over six hundred and forty million dollars over the last year that's not to mention the companies facing criminal and civil investigations along with tons of lawsuits from family members who who died in those two
Goodell reduces salary to $0, NFL workers taking pay cuts
"We talked about sports is this from the NFL commissioner Roger Goodell who says he is forgoing his salary is the league announcing furloughs and budget cuts amid this pandemic the Wall Street journal is reporting that Goodell's current contract indicates a base salary of just under four million dollars but with incentives his yearly compensation can Max out at up to forty million dollars the pay cuts are tiered with manager seeing cuts beginning at five percent with executive vice president receiving a fifteen percent reduction in their salary there's employees making under a hundred thousand dollars a year are not affected by the pay
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell volunteers to go without salary amid coronavirus pandemic; league enforces pay cuts, furloughs
"The world's most lucrative sports the the NFL's begin to tighten its financial belt as a corona virus pandemic continues by announcing temporary salary restrictions production for its top managers and executives lead also says that commissioner Roger Goodell whose annual compensation is around forty million dollars has given up his entire salary for the time
Trump says he wants Harvard to pay back $8.6 million in allocated stimulus funds
"During yesterday's White House coronavirus task force briefing president trump opened up with secretary of treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin by saying he was going to ask Harvard to pay back the nearly nine million dollars they were allocated from the carers act the first English package tied to the covert nineteen pandemic he was then asked how he would go about doing that I don't like what Harvard that has I think a forty million dollar endowment to some incredible amount of money that Harvard gets his money Harvard you pay that money back I want to offer to pay the money back okay they will do that then we will do something else they have to pay back I don't like it I don't like it this is meant for workers this isn't meant for one of the richest institutions not only so far beyond schools in the world they get paid back one of the paid back now Harvard has a statement out saying they did not apply for nor received any funds through the small business administration paycheck protection program they did say they were allocated money as part of a higher education relief fund that was tied to the carers act they're saying if they receive the money a hundred percent of the emergency higher education funds will be used to provide direct assistance to students facing urgent financial needs due to the
Amid pandemic, Trump to halt U.S. funding for World Health Organization
"Daily Mail president trump announced Tuesday he was freezing all funding the World Health Organization blaming it for accelerating the corona virus pandemic by imposing travel bans from China which trump supported today I am instructing my ministration whole funding of the World Health Organization while a review is conducted to assess the world health organization's role in severely mismanaging the spread of the corona virus trump announced in the White House rose garden a trump the WHO's attack on travel restrictions put political correctness above a lifesaving measures he again suggested the W. H. O. was doing the bidding of China where the corona virus outbreak that still plaguing the United States originated from pointed to the funding disparities between the two countries which both fun the W. H. O. the president several American taxpayers pay around four hundred to five hundred million dollars annually to the WHL China pays a tenth of that at around forty million dollars a year yes since last week trump has blasted the W. H. O. for being too China centric appoint he continued to make Tuesday at the W. H. O. pushed China's misinformation about the virus saying it was not communicable and there is no need for travel bans trump said is that the countries who followed the WHO's advice experience to great tragedies and missed opportunities in the early days I mean money credited his decision to ban flights from China in late January would save an untold number of
Powerball to cut starting jackpot as US lottery sales fall
"Changes are coming to power ball amid the covert nineteen pandemic more on that for WGN's Ryan burl ahead of Wednesday's drawing the Powerball jackpot stands at one hundred and seventy million dollars when there is a winner rather than resetting to forty million dollars the Powerball jackpot will start at twenty million dollars and rather than minimum rollovers of ten million dollars jackpot will only increase by two million dollars Powerball leaders acknowledge that shelter in place and stay at home orders are changing normal consumer behaviors at this point there is no change to the mega millions jackpot drawing
Powerball to cut starting jackpot as US lottery sales fall
"Changes are coming to power ball amid the covert nineteen pandemic more on that for WGN's Ryan burl ahead of Wednesday's drawing the Powerball jackpot stands at one hundred and seventy million dollars when there is a winner rather than resetting to forty million dollars the Powerball jackpot will start at twenty million dollars and rather than minimum rollovers of ten million dollars jackpot will only increase by two million dollars Powerball leaders acknowledge that shelter in place and stay at home orders are changing normal consumer behaviors at this point there is no change to the mega millions jackpot drawing
Why Brandless Failed (Is This The End Of SoftBank?) | Ep.
"To another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about why brand lists failed and if this is the end of Softbank so let me give you some context. Real quick brainless is a e commerce brown or was it e-commerce brand that raised about two hundred ninety two million dollars. According to Tech Crunch and a large chunk of that money came from Softbank I believe is about two hundred forty million dollars and some people say that you know maybe Softbank only gave up one hundred twenty million to them and then they decided to withhold other one twenty. Who knows what happened. But the key thing is they raised. A bunch of money and brand list is a website. I believe we talked about on this podcast before. But they would sell a bunch of brainless related things. Basically there wouldn't be a brown on it. So if you wanted to buy like green tea powder you can buy if you wanted by multivitamins you can buy. You WanNa buy cleanse kit. You can bite. It's like Amazon but very very cheap products you would pay. I think every product was nine dollars or so so actually heard about this from a couple of people that are raving about it but what ended up happening was she talks about softening for a second. Softbank is their vision. Fund is this one hundred billion dollar fund and they're trying to make it to invest in. You know moon shots and really trying to generate one trillion dollar return for their investors so they invest in Uber. They invested in companies like brand lists wag a lot of these different companies. We work you know there's a debacle. There they bought their IPO brainless. Actually shut down recently and just the economics weren't sustainable. So I mean that's the first thing right. You know you make something you know. People want low prices sure and it seemed like it was a good experience but at the end of the day the economics didn't work and I think that's one of the first things I'll continue on in a second but I want to give you the context there. Neil what are your thoughts yet? The other thing too is that you're seeing in the whole business world right now. People are spending too much for growth in their growing. All costs and people are now looking for profitability and sustainability with your marketing efforts. You can't just keep trying to grow. Grow grow just to have higher numbers higher valuations. If there's no light at the end of the tunnel shits does not gonNA work out. It's better to have slower growth and profitability than crazy fast growth. Yeah I mean you have to look at it from the perspective of investors to like Softbank if you look at them as a typical. Vc their incentives are to get you to push? They want to inject the capital. I and they want you to grow as quickly as possible now. This is why why they're kind of they're not doing well. I think they're trying to sell right now. They got investment from Softbank. Same thing with Bradley two. They were instructed to grow at all costs counted. The what Neal's talking about. But ideally when you're putting money into something you have a formula that's figured out brainless didn't have the unit economics out so if it's a third and you invest in third. It's still going to be a third at the end of the day right so you know what I would say is. There's actually a blog post out now. It's titled Debt is coming. I highly recommend that everyone reads it. Because you know giving an equity isn't the only way I think a lot of people are starting to move towards looking at data right you know you can do revenue base financing. There's a lot of companies out there that will you know they'll take like a percentage of your sales each month until you pay them back and then plus you know some interest but that's better than giving up equity if you have a formula that's figured out right if you don't have a former that's fit about maybe you give up some equity but in some cases like this is just like dude. You have no formula figured out you gave up a bunch of equity and look at where you are now which is shutdown. You'RE GONNA be screwed really quickly if you don't have the formula right and even if you do have the formula right but it's not proven that has been running long enough and you think it's right things can turn really quickly like slow and steady really does win the race. More long-term you may not be the biggest in the short run. That's okay but at least you'll be around five ten years from now you'll be crushing it yet. I highly recommend everyone read up. There's a ton of content right now on the Wall Street Journal About Softbank. And it's the story is fascinating. It just seems like you know I really respect. What Masa Son has done really aggressive? And he's accomplished a lot right. But you look at this this vision fund right now from the top of the person running. It seems like there's a lot of under scandals going on internally and then just these kind of big bets that they seem like they're not working out right now you look at we work look at wag look at brainless. There's another sort of the invested in Ohio a y and then God what else is going on. Uber SEEMS TO BE GETTING BETTER. Over was a big bet on their side too so getting. I think oil is doing pretty well from what I've read yet. You look at the regions that they've been in for a wild they're profitable it's in your regions like China's of the role that are not profitable in. But if you look at per territory. They're doing quite well and many of them
No, the Corona Virus Did Not Sink Sales of Corona Beer
"From wondering I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Tuesday march tenth. Wow It's been a long few weeks as anxiety's been mounting over this corona virus no surprise that the viruses hit many businesses especially those with global supply chains in companies that sell rely on travel. But there's one company hit hard because of branding. Yes you guessed it that would be corona the maker of beer and hard seltzer. It's sales slowed tremendously because many Americans. It seems are confused about the association between the beer and the virus. Oh Com on. They are not the last couple of weeks. Misleading story went viral. It implied that Americans are so dumb. That many of us believe the beer can cause the virus that message spread by a certain less than honest public relations firm seemed to indicate that sixteen percent of us are confused about the relationship between corona the beer and corona the disease. That's killing people. It also implied that Krona's beer sales had fallen because of the virus. The story was so convincing that many major news outlets picked it up including CNN. The New York Post and vice among others not surprisingly twitter went Gaga over this story. None of it's true. Let's talk for a minute about the difference between correlation and causation. Shall we correlation means? Two things are happening Ed once but may have little to do with each other causation. Means well okay you get it. This is key to what happened. So a firm called Five W. P. R. published a poll of more than seven hundred Americans. That poll asked questions about the corona virus and about corona the brand one of the findings. According to this firm. Thirty eight percent of those polled said they would not by corona beer under any circumstances now as a writer for the Atlantic noted the PR firm then went on to state without proof. The reason these respondents won't buy corona is because of the virus not so in fact many or even all of those thirty eight percent may not have been corona drinkers to begin with as was reported in the Atlantic. They might not by corona regardless. But that's not how the PR firm chose to sell it in fact that firm trumpeted the so-called finding saying who would want to go into a bar right now in order corona well in in fact corona sales have fallen. That's in part because sales of many beer brands are down in China at a time. When beer sales usually climb we're talking about the lunar brew year a New Year Abn Bev which distributes corona outside of the US forecast day ten percent decline in sales in China because people are staying home. That's according to the fact. Checking website slopes so that particular sales declined does appear to be a corona virus effect. Just not related to the name of corona beer. What got much less play as a statement from Constellation brands which distributes corona inside the US in America Constellation said. Sales grew five percent in the four weeks that ended February sixteenth. That's double the sales trend for the last year. Snoops reported constellation clearly felt it was necessary to correct the wild misconceptions in a press. Release the firm stated that its customers quoting here understand. There's no link between the virus in our business. Exactly giving constellation brands even more headaches. However was the unfortunate coincidence between its long planned on brand marketing campaign for hard seltzer and the growth of corona virus. Constellation is spending forty million dollars on a marketing campaign to launch. Its New Corona Hard Seltzer in North America according to industry publication food
'Onward' Leads Box Office With Ho-Hum $40 Million
"Right Steve tells about armored yes it's the latest from Pixar here we go it begins with a look back in history not not our history but the history of a fantasy world where all manner of sort of mermaids and unicorns and elves and fairies and minotaurs and wizards in just about any other creature you might find in a role playing game would exist but as these fantasy beings find short cuts to do doing magic over time like why why user wings to fly when you can buy an ORP airplane ticket or why use a spell to start a fire would you can use a match they become lazy and the magic that made them special starts to disappear from the world at large so skip ahead to more or less the presentation you meet we meet Ian and barley who were to elf brothers voiced by Tom Holland and Chris Pratt they grew up with it without their father because the the father died just before the younger Ian was born and when barley was still a young a young L. fling there mother who's voiced by Julia Louis Dreyfus has done a great job of raising them but that hasn't kept him from being frustrated at not having a dad he kinda lacks confidence he doesn't have a lot of friends and I believe that having a father in his life might have changed that barley is is a bit of a lovable lug who knocked everything over that distance pass any tried to take connected to the magical world through role playing games and he drives this amazing band named Guinevere that he refers to it as mighty Steven if you see the detailing on the side you'll understand why so he in turn sixteen is mom gives the in this very special present from his dad it's a wizard staff that includes a built in spell that brings this is supposed to bring his father back to life for twenty four hours and I even kind of botches the spell about halfway through with only the bottom half of his father basically just his pants appear to him very much alive and communicative but without sort of gears in a haze in ways to communicate very well even figured out that he needs something called a Phoenix crystal to complete the spell and barley thinks this is a great opportunity to sort of tear up on a brotherly class that ends with even forgetting to spend this day with his dad that he's always dreamed of in for barley it's a chance to rediscover the magic that still exists in their world the director Dan Scanlan who did monsters university which was definitely not one of my favorite Pixar films has crafted what what might be Pixar's purist adventure film get him in the team have filled it with water last action in a great deal of creativity I really like that could be a Spencer this beastly creature that she plays name the manticore that's part lion and bad the scorpion and she used to be the most feared and respected creature in the realm and now she's managing the theme restaurant but between the laughs on where does what Pixar does best which is that fine that emotional core of the story and by the end we realize the film isn't about this kids search for his father it's about this kid realizing the into appreciating the people in his life that did raise him and did have a hand in shaping who he is and you know if you have a sibling in your life that you're particularly close to I'm gonna get you you might cry like a baby in this movie I don't know but on would also deal with issues of bullying and searching for inner confidence and how real magic sometimes from just comes from just believing in that you can that you can do something even if you can't so it sounds corny it is Corning sometimes I think the energy that Holland impressed bring to these characters is really impressive and they sort of cell that lifelong bond it's genuinely moving the sometimes manic performances carry over to the pacing of the film which at times can be exhausting but onward finishes strong I think with a stand off between our heroes and a really interesting visual take on what I always think of the played out creature in the fantasy world the that needs some conquering in this film this is the the the old the the whole film is sort of hit and miss at times but I think the final act delivers on its emotional promise and brings all things to a satisfying conclusion at least the movie sort of dealt with itself in color and imagination and and and a healthy dose of enthusiasm I think we end up winning the day I was shockingly underwhelmed by this movie is the prologue of this movie that that Steve described as the this idea that the magic of kind of got out of the world everyone's you've taken the easy way out we do not agree to set up for a movie a movie that I knew very little about yeah that's all users are like an elder in road trip movie with two brothers and I thought that that was pretty good pretty great set up and the movie business takes on that life that it just seems that it gets easy itself and the sort of forgets the the really sort of really intriguing premise that it sets itself apart but then that would be in the emotional undercurrent in this movie of this movie where they're trying to resurrect their dad for this very brief time in their lives one of the bridge brothers should be no didn't really know him at all I you know I I was expecting a much bigger payoffs at the end of the film and the it's a little slow for the bulk of the movie ice was sort of tolerating in this adventure story which I really wish I had only been the one brother I really did not like the Chris Pratt brother character I thought it was just the heat interrupted everything too often I would much rather have been so little story with the brother try and of the one year old son trying to reconnect with his father is this wonderful moments really early on in the movie where the the the younger brother have a tape of his father and he has the nose the tape so while he's able to sync crappy conversation with his father as a result of that I thought well what I mean that to me in such a way that display all the unsold set up for this movie now and then it just became more of a routine adventure story with a couple nifty set pieces along the way and I was just waiting for this conclusion to really only family families I'm going to get back at the end and I thought that they botched it to the entire movie I kept thinking about the ending to status perks A. I. which is seems to be where this movie almost guilt to gain that idea of resurrecting this you know your most loved person for a single day the never being able to speak to them ever again not that movie you know destroys me this movie left me underwhelmed yeah I was underwhelmed by it too I was it didn't have any to it but I didn't connect with it emotionally and that's really odd for Pixar movie because most Pixar movies you connect on an emotional level you know and but I can't I can't count the number of Pixar movies that have me crying you know like all agree on usually it's at the end but in the in the case of office the first ten minutes right but I didn't I didn't connect with these characters I was nicely animated there are some clever things in it and some of the action sequences are fine but I never connected with it on any kind of emotional level so I was I was disappointed with onward as well so it did make forty million over the weekend now six seven eight no no this is this isn't down there this is good dinosaur numbers yeah and the first big family they've ever opened in March it's always been either June November the couple won the end of may sell the I mean they have another one coming out in June I just don't know if they just didn't know where to put this movie or they didn't think it was strong enough for a summer holiday release but forty million dollars is not great for for for movie of they are real steel like Pixar okay all right and is million came in second with fifteen million up to about fifty three million total that's pretty solid let's see yeah it's almost yes it can be close to a hundred million dollars worldwide only cost seven million dollars to make you go man and then the way back eight point five million not not a that great unfortunately all right
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"forty million dollar" Discussed on KTRH
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"forty million dollar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"We do not take this action lightly but we have taken an oath to defend the constitution and unlike president trump we understand that our duty first and foremost is to protect the constitution and to protect the interests of the American people that is why we must take this solemn step today and now chief counsel for the American center for law and justice secular we just heard just announced that they've issued two articles of impeachment and we voted on the Judiciary Committee probably on Thursday and then it's going to turn around to have a vote in the house on the floor the house next week he said that there's two counts the because of written reaching the standard of high crime and misdemeanor let me just say for the record that in reviewing the articles of impeachment have been drafted and proposed by the Judiciary Committee they're neither high crimes or misdemeanors first of all abuse of power the way they define did here doesn't constitute a crime I mean that the abuse of power is exactly what here we'll get more into that in in detail and then there's the obstruction Congress structural progress the present was exercising constitutional privileges that were being tested in court the president has the right to do that you can not be penalized for exercising your constitutional privileges is a long line of Supreme Court cases that say that so where is the where is the beef here all this is a political beef which we know what exactly what this was going to be when it started and that's precisely what it is and now the question is in the body politic out of this movie to move over to the Senate I assuming it gets passed on it in the house next week I submit doesn't know move over to the Senate look what's absent forty million dollars and it was only me forty million dollars yeah forty million dollars about mother spent on his special counsel investigation there's no allegation that there was obstruction of justice there's no allegations that were remember the ten counts of obstruction of justice potential obstruction just as they're not in here there's no rush collusion call conspiracy because by Miller from the was not there's a throwaway line about of foreign governments being enticed did but that's even not even a specific reference to anything so what you have here is a political process that now begun Jordan yeah I mean when I look at these articles of impeachment I am in their Ste of for the Democratic Party and for Congress as a whole as an institution because if the majority party believes that this these two articles very weak articles I mean these are not impeachable offenses they're not even offenses their their abuse of power is another another made up it's like collusion there's it doesn't actually you have to do something to abuse your power hitters isn't just abuse of power generally it's okay abuse of power for what and and then this idea of obstruction of Congress what they leave out here is the Congress just didn't like the president trump it had his team exert executive privilege Congress then could challenge that as they have in court and the courts would decide all it takes is one case because if as long as you know and I think they consolidated many of them those are still pending and if the president if if the courts decided that people had to testify for some purposes you know they get some immunity from testifying for executive privilege but they have to testify to other matters the president would not be obstructing Congress in less after that court ruling here he refused to allow his staff to go that would be the extraction of Congress this Congress just doesn't have time so they made up a new rule do impeachment article which is it's obstruction because you're not fitting our timeline that's pretty much what they said I mean you know we don't I usual branches obstruction America that's what's gusting but it's horrible I mean it's it by turns constitutional said but what we shot that made weaponized the constitution the courts are going to tolerate it guess who also the going to the American people are taking your calls on this eight hundred six eight four thirty one temple panels here one eight hundred six eight four three one one zero don't forget support the work of the a CLJ also if you're watching on Facebook periscope barley anywhere social media platforms a lot of you are required to share this with your friends right now you could do that easily you know his wife into that they can support the work of the A. C. L. J. A. C. O. J..
"forty million dollar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Five years as staggering forty one percent left the classroom he wants to stop the bleeding with the residency program teachers would work in a classroom with a mentor for year for thirty thousand dollars stipend karen moss of the bank street college of education says other professions do better the hairdresser was required in new york state to have fifteen hundred hours hours of training officials say they'd phase in the program at two hundred fifty teachers a year up to a thousand for a cost of forty million dollars juliet papa ten ten wins in harlem apartment of education put out a statement saying we know that great teachers make great schools which is why we have been implementing the strategies suggested by the controller for the past several years we'll continue to strengthen our holistic approach to recruiting and retaining teachers and we're proud that our teacher retention rate is higher than the national average on quote the supreme court has struck down a section of federal law that prevented officials from registering quotes scandalous or immoral trademarks in a six to three ruling the justices cleared the way for the f. u. c. t. clothing line to get a trademark in doing so it struck down federal law that bans scandalous or immoral trademarks justice elena kagan wrote the court's opinion saying the trademark law violates the first amendment correspondent jerry bowed lander the supreme court is expected to rule this week whether the trump administration can include a citizen should question the twenty twenty census it's billed as the biggest hot dog in the world it was made it union pork store butcher shop in union new jersey it weighs forty four point three pounds the bun baked by michael's restaurant in brooklyn weighs thirty one pounds it was commissioned by felton's county island a hot dog shop founded back in eighteen sixty seven now owned by michael He spoke to ten ten wins. Combined with made in Brooklyn and hot dog was made by the union store. So it's actually there in the restaurant the bond and the hot dogs and we're gonna grill it on a six foot grill..
"forty million dollar" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"And I, I was kind of stunned that the world wasn't paying enough attention to those very basic needs. For example, in the nineties, when I was. Early in philanthropy and just doing a modest amount. I gave a forty million dollar grant from malaria, and somebody said, now you're the biggest funder of malaria in the world, and I thought, well, that's ridiculous. It kills a million children a year. You know, people are spending hundreds of millions on ball destructs to avoid male baldness, and nobody's died yet from that, you know, what are the priorities of the world? And maybe capitalism alone doesn't necessarily signals to help the people whose voice in the marketplaces so limited because they don't have money. And so they're pretty quiet in a sense in terms of the orangey budgets of the world. And so I started to get that glimpse. And of course, in a sense, I was always going to have the challenge that through the good lock, apply, Microsoft ownership being extremely valuable. I was either going to spend it on myself. You know, I only need a limited number of hamburgers per day, and so was I going to give it to. My kids, you know, I had a few that doubt would kind of distort their life and actually not be beneficial to them. And so then if I wanted to give it back to society, I better figure out where it could go. And I knew it would have some sort of research innovation type aspect, but I had to spend a lot of time in Africa, the poor parts of India to kind of get that these basic health needs. The agricultural needs were pretty fundamental. And yet there were advance is taking place that would let us really make big progress on those. So it kind of all from the early nineteen nineties that I, I got it mind in till you could say two thousand eight, which is when I left my full time work at Microsoft. And since then I've been full-time doing the foundation work. So the thing that I really like about this discussion that he's having here is it gets into his mindset. It gets into how he thinks about solving a problem. The discussion about the baldness he looks at where the most people dying in the world and what are they dying from? And is there an easy solution and they'll let me rack and stack all of these different issues that we see around the world. Let me categorize how much money I think it's going to take the solve each one of those in the probability of success. That's how he thinks like he starts at the with the big picture and where can I have the most impact? It's like the paredo principle. You get a glimpse of that. And I mean what a comment he put down forty million dollars into malaria research and you got one hundred million dollars being spent on baldness, which just shows you that you know society, I guess treasures vanity much higher than the other. That's crazy. But what an off. Awesome. And my hat's off the Bill Gates with what he's doing, this is a maze ING stuff. Absolutely amazing stuff. You know, I'm a, I'm a big fan, two of the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation. A thing really like is how he tries to run this as a business and having different metrics that you would typically have. If you were a country annually around the hundred billion dollars or giving in foreign aid. And the four billion that is given in health and equity culture, which is primarily where Gates Foundation a working. If they're giving away up to five billion dollars a year. This is a prison significant player, not just like Esa foundation, but as a country. And another thing that I think you need to mention whenever you talk about this station is that they're giving real money away..
"forty million dollar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The top of the hour so this chicago bulls team the size that they are they signed jabari parker to a two year forty million dollar deal and before i go into l ask you do you think this is a good match for chicago having jabari parker who's at his share of injuries being part of this mix now which cargo well there's there's story lines that that that sync up here i mean he's a chicago guy he's home grown he's had a spotlight on it for a long time since being very young man to the professional manny is now this is story that's never been told in chicago bulls history right right right hoodie like there's never been a homegrown product who's what to simeon simion high school who's had injuries in his career who has high expectations for him have you heard of this before is this is this ever happened in chicago bullshit oh yeah d rose what about me what about me no doubt this this is very different of a story but look bari kemp can stay healthy i'm in a minority i would imagine we're both in the minority on this one i think it could be great fit they need a wing score if he could stay healthy could score he showed flashes of being that guy in minimal time i mean what he played thirty one games last year like he can be the guy if he can stay healthy but this this move for the bulls doesn't fit the broader scale walter path that we believe the polls to beyond it's relatively young roster but it's one that's built to compete right now and it seemed like it'd be a longer term thing with chicago looking at a rebuild but it sparked stay healthy i think he could be a star i truly do so parker's to acl injuries gives both sides the flexibility to turn a short term relationship into a long term deal of course we have parker can stay healthy for this upcoming season here's here's the thing that is a disconnect for me jordan isn't that is if john paxson the vice president of basketball operations tells me on draft night that they're trying to stay young really trying to build through the draft and for doing that that's fine but then when you make a move like the signing of jabari parker and also doubling down and and actually it was really compelling to see the bulls try to bargain with basketball siberia in sacramento trying to get back levine on the team and they were able to do that that doesn't tell me that you're trying to to settle in on young athletic built in the drafts 'cause at this point in time in a week east we are saying it's a week east okay it'll be embarrassing at this point for those two signings in chicago not to be in the playoffs if you're to dole out that kind of money and still be ninth or tenth or eleven place that's still embarrassing you know why because that doesn't get you in the top upperechelon in the lottery so so you cannot be in the middle if you are the seventh seed and you're in the playoffs and you value that that's fine but because of the signings that gives you far away from atlanta orlando to the bottom of the east so being in the middle of the lottery being the middle of the mba is kind of the same in that regard yeah that's that's the that's the great point there hoodie is i think that they you can crown these bulls champion it's just champion of mediocrity and there is a there's a pool of teams that fit in there and they'd be the upper echelon up those teams but there is a very present and visible ceiling in front of these balls in less they strike lightning in a bottle and this team somehow meshes levin becomes the star that they hoped him to be making him the centerpiece of that trade which butler marketing continues to develop chris dodd magically becomes a guy that is a great two way player in this league your draft picks really start to shy and went del corner chandler hutchison and jabbari stays healthy but but again that's not gonna win you an nba championship and that's going to be the frustration i think with a fan base in chicago is as we thought we were trying to bring it to max players in that huge free agency class next year well you don't have the space to achieve that you.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on WEEI
"The top of the hour so this chicago bulls team decides that they are they signed jabari parker to a two year forty million dollar deal and before i go into l ask you do you think this is a good match for chicago having jabari parker who's had his share of injuries being part of this mix now which icago well there's there's story lines that that that sync up here i mean he's a chicago guy he's home grown he's had a spotlight on it for a long time since being a very young man to the professional manny is now this is story that's never been told in chicago bulls history right right right hoodie like there's never been a homegrown product who's what to simeon see beyond high school had injuries in his career who has high expectations for him have you heard of this before is this ever is this ever happened in chicago bulls oh yeah d rose oh what about me what about now this this is very different of a story but look at jabbar can can can stay healthy i'm in a minority i would imagine in the minority on this one i think it could be a great fit they need a wing score if he could stay healthy can score he showed flashes of being that guy in minimal time i mean what he played thirty one games last year like he can be the guy if he can stay healthy but this this move for the bulls does it fit the broader scale walter path that we believe the polls to be on its relatively wrong young roster but it's one that's built to compete right now and it seemed like it'd be a longer term thing with chicago looking at a rebuil but it's sparked stay healthy i think he can be a star i truly do so parker's to acl injuries gives both sides the flexibility to turn a short term relationship into a long term deal of course to be a parka could stay healthy for this upcoming season here's here's the thing that has a disconnect for me jordan is that is if john paxson the vice president of basketball operations tells me on draft night that they're trying to stay young really trying to build through the draft and for doing that that's fine but then when you make a move like the signing of jabari parker and also doubling down and and actually it was really compelling to see the bulls try to bargain with basketball siberia in sacramento trying to get back levine on the team and they were able to do that that doesn't tell me that you're trying to to settle in on young athletic built in the drafts 'cause at this point in time in a week east we are saying it's a wiki okay it'll be embarrassing at this point for those two signings in chicago not to be in the playoffs if you're going to dole out that kind of money and still be ninth or tenth eleventh place that's still embarrassing you know why because that doesn't get you in the top upperechelon in the lottery so so you cannot be in the middle if you are the seventh seed and you're in the playoffs and you value that that's fine but but because we signings that gives you far away from atlanta orlando to the bottom of the east so being in the middle of the lottery in the middle of the nba is kind of the same in that regard yeah that's that's the that's the great point there hoodie is i think that they you can crown these bulls champion it's champion of mediocrity and there is a there's a pool of teams that fit in there and they'd be the upper echelon up those teams but there is a very present and visible ceiling in front of these balls in less they strike lightning in a bottle and this team somehow meshes levin becomes the star that they hoped him to be making him the centerpiece of that trade with jimmy butler marketing continues to develop chris don magically becomes a guy that is a great two way player in this league your draft picks really start to shy in winchell corner chandler hutchison and jabbar stays healthy but but again that's not gonna win you an nba championship and that's going to be the frustration i think with a fan base in chicago is we thought we were trying to bring it to max players in that huge free agency class next year well you don't have the space to achieve that you can.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Of the hour so this chicago bulls team the size that they are they signed jabari parker to a two year forty million dollar deal and before i go into l ask you do you think this is a good match for chicago having jabari parker who had his share of injuries being part of this mix now which cargo well there's there's story lines that that that sync up here i mean he's a chicago guy he's homegrown he's had a spotlight on them for a long time since being a very young man to the professional manny is now this is story that's never been told in chicago bulls history right right right hoodie like there's never been a homegrown product who's simion highschool had injuries in his career who has high expectations for him have you heard of this before is this is this ever happened in chicago bulls it oh yeah d rose what about me oh no now this this is very different of a story but look if tobar can can can stay healthy i'm in a minority i would imagine on this but we're both in the minority on this one i think it could be a great fit they need a wing score if he could stay healthy can score he showed flashes of being that guy in minimal time i mean what he played thirty one games last year like he can be the guy if he can stay healthy but this this move for the bulls doesn't fit the broader scale walter path that we believe the polls to be on its relatively wrong young roster but it's one that's built to compete right now and it seemed like it'd be a longer term thing with chicago looking at a rebuild but it sparked stay healthy i think he can be a star i truly do so parker's to acl injuries gives both sides the flexibility to turn a short term relationship into a long term deal of course after parker can stay healthy for this upcoming season here's here's the thing that is a disconnect for me jordan isn't that is if john paxson the vice president of basketball operations tells me on draft night that they're trying to stay young you know really trying to build through the draft and for doing that that's fine but then when you make a move like the signing of jabari parker and also doubling down and and actually it was really compelling to see the bulls try to bargain with basketball siberia in sacramento trying to get zach levine on the team and they were able to do that that doesn't tell me that you're trying to to settle in on young athletic build built the drafts 'cause at this point in time in a week east we are saying it's a wiki okay it'll be embarrassing at this point for those two signings in chicago not to be in the playoffs if you've got a dole out that kind of money and still be ninth or tenth or eleven place that's still embarrassing you know why because that doesn't get you in the top upper echelon in the lottery so so you cannot be in the middle if you are the seventh seed and you're the playoffs and you value that that's fine but but because of the signings that gets you far away from atlanta orlando to the bottom of the east so being in the middle of the lottery in the middle of the nba is kind of the same in that regard yeah that's that's the that's the great point there hoodie is i think that they you can crown these bowls champion it's champion of mediocrity and there is a there's a pool of teams that fit in there and they'd be the upper echelon of those teams but there is a very present and visible ceiling in front of these balls in less they strike lightning in a bottle and this team somehow meshes levin becomes the star that they hoped him to be making him the centerpiece of that trade which butler marketing continues to develop chris don magically becomes a guy that is a great two way player in this league your draft picks really start to shy with dell carter chandler hutchison and jabbar jabbari stays healthy but but again that's not gonna win you an nba championship and that's going to be the frustration i think with a fan base in chicago is we thought we were trying to bring it to max players in that huge free agency class next year well you don't have the space to achieve that.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Look at the delta story delta we're going to cut all ties with the nra okay how 'bout that forty million dollar tax payer gift were given yeah no dice on out one good call delta thirteen people use the nra discount you lost forty million dollars listen i'm not recommending the heavy and the government for anything i'm just saying port brooks's point and this guy is no conservative is a good one you are generating occur cultural backlash the backlash is going to be severe people understand propaganda right now because people like steiner out there to tell the truth they recognize the propaganda they discounted and they are starting to understand by the exposing of gun grabbers and farleft extremist that we're not the wackos they are pair the kooks not us these late term abortion people gun grabbers taxes should be ninety percent the government should control your health care terror though wackos where not ducks they're crazy they're crazy we are not the crazy ones p the second guy stand up and dads get up at this would be other guy follow the search agai you i yuban deaths of rwe jeff he actually is get up put their heads this is our words yet we're all going to take a little bit of skin off on this it's going to hurt a little bit joe and i had to do something recently made his long comfortable on the show on amina i'm calling because we did the right thing but it wasn't easy but you know what companies fill the right back at old man mariah away sold out fellows you know what you want to boycott us media matters those boycott us that's fine we'll go private.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Great great thing it's just gonna make georgia more competitive and uh from a tax standpoint we are already on the state level alot tax state uh in in comparison across the country um but certainly this is gonna help and and i think as we look to the future we have the opportunity to create more fish shift ceased to where we can continue to reduce vat rate even low war uh which will allow us the obviously be even more competitive lieutenant governor key see tabled joining us on a historic day under the golden palm on the mark arum show i gotta ask you about the tweet heard round the world uh uh i'll just can read the tweet for someone that's not on twitter doesn't know what's going on in the world uh this from lieutenant governor on twitter i will kill any tax legislation that benefits delta unless the company changes decision and fully reinstates its relationship with the nra corporations cannot attack conservatives and expect us not to fight back um the the legislation today did not include the the forty million dollar jet fuel tax correct that is correct yeah and and and let me be very very clear um you know delta is is free to do what they choose to do and and obviously the other corporations are as well and uh the issue really would not have have escalated to this point had they extended that benefited or taken the benefits away from every other organization but when you single out one uh n particularly those individuals that are law lawabiding citizens then you really or engaging.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"World without his permission and he said hey i don't think people should be able to do this i think this is wrong if synthesis fool i think this is bullying and he went to all the smart people he knew and he say and they said well there's nothing you can do about that you know they said you just gotta get a thicker skin or other people said the way you get gossip media to leave you alone is to feed them information about your friends uh or or to not have secrets ripe to age that sort of change yourself so you can't you're not susceptible to these things and he said i don't think that's the way that the world should be uh i i don't think that that's fair and so he plotted he's scheme he conspired right uh to do something about it in in secret he sees spent nearly nine years and ten million dollars of his own money plotting against for him was worth uh i mean to him at the fractured pocketchange uh but it was still an incredible amount of time in an objectively at all a lot of money and and at the end gawker was left bankrupt he he won a hundred and forty million dollar lawsuit against gawker in a courtroom in florida on behalf of a totally different person what gawker had done to him was not technically illegal and so his team we searched and and and searched for voter abilities and in golfers uh history found a place where they had committed uh an act that was illegal under under florida state law finance the secret lawsuit and and by the time gawker realized what was happening by the time thiel was unmasked as the conspirator it was too late it was too late to lead indeed the jfk let's talk about that for sir in terms of that is one of the biggest conspiracies that continues to this day along with nine of london is as well but anyway indian kennedy's case um you know i happen to believe that he was killed by the mob um they wanted the bobby kennedy do us stop investigating them deporting them and and they decided that to take the.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"So flush that they don't need nra members hard earned travel dollars it certainly can do without the forty million dollar tax break they're asking georgia taxpayers four truth hurts doesn't within hours several other republican candidates for highprofile seats also publicly oppose the measure and others including current lieutenant governor casey keiko were stuck in a quandary over what to do with the tax break it was once expected to easily sail through the senate in land on the governor's desk kelkal who has worked in a governor has the state senate in as the gop front for governor condemned the corporate giants that cut ties with the nra over the weekend but wouldn't say whether he supports the tax break for delta oh what's more important uh sticking with your principles or giving tax breaks to people that wondering just cut off well wait a bike the second amendment we just all support the people to support the second amendment kale said this lose to the governor if corporate america most to make a positive difference on gun violence it you donate a portion of its profits to mental health treatment in school safety initially their death which will successful because yesterday delta's tax break bill was blocked the georgia blocked a lucrative tax break bill monday that would benefit delta airlines of course it will happen in denver because we gotta jack as mayor but they michael and called it a bunch of democrat progressive marxist running through being county of denver to lay do squat united airlines no they won't do anything that united the georgia in a blocked lucrative tax break bill monday that would benefit delta air lines after the atlantabased company sever ties with the nra it came after delta desperately sought to fight neutral ground in a gun debate that has very little trying to suit concerns among conservative lawmakers infuriated by the company's decision to end this kennard rates for nra members in the wake of the.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Well it it actually resulted in o hundred and forty million dollar paper lost or may not balance hi i'm going on i think that letter arrived thursday night mayor carlos jimenez the miami dade county like number one flow of jeff lord david sampson and the old and especially boycotted the stadium that his government own uh when the moans moved in uh he held a press conference this is outrageous uh dr lori gonna miss a ton of money on this we deserves some work we think we're going to sue well guess what they're selling so doug what was the county expecting when they got the document pete has it's sad and that's an excellent point because the lawsuit most of the law suit focuses on we got five pages an explanation from jeffrey loria on eight hundred forty million dollar loss in a one point two billion dollar sale i don't think so we need details we need documents and by the way this valuation should have been done by independent accountants looks like it was just done by jeffrey loria has accountants so uh their main argument was this is ridiculous we'd be more for makes him but they did start to say this is why we think some of the numbers are wrong an icon fascinating one thing they pointed to your were those two thousand eight two thousand nine partial financial statements that uh then there's been published aren't being released in two thousand ten so they're poking holes explain some of the stuff doesn't uh doesn't make sense to it but the largest thing was we need more information which i gotta tell you do.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on KGO 810
"Russian fertilizer king tell us a little bit about this dear president trump sold that house that he purchased for forty million dollars in florida land to a lesser lagarde for one hundred million dollars two years later that oligarch tori and there's nothing there so let's get this straight so he buys a house for forty million dollars than in two years sells it to the sky ukrainianrussian oligarch whose name i can't even pronounce and they call them the fertilizer king and this guy he bought it from a four hundred million so does that if the says had a little bit like money laundering to you already to 100 yeah yeah right can you so said also where does that money go i want to know where that money is i wanna know about that deal which will have to be in his tax returns from up muller has them are are the third point again it has to deal with the bank of cyprus and gerbil explain a little bit of this go ahead you're so many was learning pipe whom another cut to kratz an and now lives in the bank of cyprus which is invisible to the eye of the justice deparment new ghost and one of the senior board members is wilbur ross the secretary of commerce wilbur ross yes he has so let me just say they are secretary of commerce who's a billionaire has a financial interest in the bank of cyprus and get where would be we're at the bank of cyprus be near jared greece cyprus i was gonna have you made it even harder than it had to be so much thank you jair that ebola round of applause get harrison jared actually plays american flab nick bring american flag nipple rings on for that glasses too so i can look so you are smart guy thank you for the transparency we all really appreciate this your country thinks you thank you um i got it so i have to say though i learned a lot of this stuff watching uh again we always plug a richer matter and chris ace i i i do the msnbc covers it because this is what they could kind of devote this.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"They were happy to they loan of ninety two thousand five by two thousand eight he had already started defaulting on his obligations to repay that long so deutsche bank came after him for a forty million dollar payment that he was supposed to make on that loan he responded instead by turning around and suing deutsche bank he said no no no i'm not going to pay you the forty million dollars iou instead you need to pay me three billion dollars moura woah because you caused the financial crash and it was there was that was insane it was that kind of thing that had resulted in all of the other major banks who deal in major real estate loans deciding they would never again do business with the trump organization there donald trump but for some reason and two thousand eight after trump said he couldn't paid which a bank back back what he owed them and then he filed this insane lawsuit against them and tried to get out of ever paying them that money for some reason after he pulled that in two thousand eight deutsche bank didn't decide to cut him off deutsche bank decided to give him a ton more money they decided to double down in triple down they started doing tons more business with him and nobody quite knows why and nobody quite believes that they have seen a complete are accurate statement of the president's financial situation but as best as we can tell from around the time that he became president deutsche bank holds the lion's share of the hundreds of millions of dollars that the president has an outstanding debt that's deutsche bank on the far right side of your screen there.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on KGO 810
"You know if you're talking about a couple of russian hookers who were by kdp on people than maybe you know i'm the dossier has know again arrested for that the the the big thing about the the dossier is talking about money you know and and you know you go back there's i mean no i mean there's so many different areas a story goes way back to 2016 when the sale that property uh the trump a purchased property from a for forty million dollars and sold it you know that same year for a hundred million dollars to this russian fertilizer king and then he destroyed the house it is toward all down took a sixty much 60milliondollar bath and then toward a you i was like that's how you launder money though the other thing i forgot to talk about manafort so manafort is representing the soviets the company in ukraine uh and they paid him the heat they said he he said they paid him seventeen million dollars over this period of time the company came out said wheel only made sixteen million in that period of time so so much of this is about laundering money and if you don't know it laundering money is essentially so five rob a bank and i have a million dollars i can't just go spend that money cash people question cache they want to know where you got that money is the ira's wants it out but what if i put it into a onetwo a business and i said here i'm gonna give you this money and you make me a partner in the business you can say that money came from things that you sold you can move it around over a period of time that it won't be obvious you can start pay me a salary which would be overall about eighty percent of what i gave you so i get the money laundered i get it all back and i pay taxes on that so maybe let million i get to keep six hundred fifty but i don't go to jail you know somebody that's a little bit of laundering it's it's take taken dirty money and making a clean that's why they call it laundry well we do now oh that at least deputy attorney general rod rosenstein knows that's who is going to face charges illness rosenstein as a.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"This is one app you want a tree on my forty million dollars here too well paid to be tell his brains out when keep their ma bottom jaw beat of the police getting away with murder and tell me employer people need why lead you into your body that was the lobby of the conrad hotel where they owners meetings are taking place and they were heckling jerry jones as he walked in now sounds like the protester had a microphone sounds like approach ezzor hanna pa system sounds like the protester hates trump sounds like the processor thinks the cops you're out there murdering pierre but the processor protester believes hands up don't shoot actually happened forty million dollar slaves so i asked earlier in the program because i'm i'm i wrote a friend of mine uh who had offered him opinion allah wrote back and i you know i'm i'm beginning the ask myself these people really not no who their fans are who their audiences or do they know and it embarrasses them because folks everything this league is doing everything they run out there and say he's only fervor ring the problem that they are having donald trump didn't hijack anything the players in the national football league decided to hijack the national anthem after one player colin kaepernick did it last season in a blow they all started doing it this year while many of the started doing it this year and many of them don't know what they're doing something they're protesting trump dumps on think they're protesting police brutality dan the owners as we've been over and over and over again here the owners don't know what to do with this they don't know what side of this to come down on said to them the safest roads is to support the players and i just makes me think that i think this is a storm that they like you're gonna weather and at some point in the future all this is going to be forgotten and they'll beyond this another controversy or some other thing they have to deal with but eventually people going to get tired is in my show backup once we get deeper in the season two games start having little more meaning get it playoffs of fans are going to come back tv ratings are going to come back the.
"forty million dollar" Discussed on WJR 760
"Forty million dollars to build this will be near detroit metro airport in the socalled era tropical is area this will be the second metro detroit facility for amazon these strategic fund approved day seven million dollar grant for a facility in livonia that will create about one thousand jobs through for the year 2020 a killer fire is under investigation in detroit too little boys twins ages three years old and their grandmother were killed in that fire at a house on losser in northwest detroit a fourth victim a fouryearold girl was in critical condition with burns she's a cousin of the dead boy's the victims were found on the second floor this neighbor says they're shocked and saddened his time you've seen a case us i x you are going to apply to do this laughing makes the most sweetest boys ever sis sis cells fleets but let of anagram mossy was as soon as the kindness most sweetest par saying fire is believed to have been accidental shooting incidents near the fireworks last night or being investigated a woman who was shot in a hip in front of the coleman young building she was a bystander an argument erupted two men are in custody later on the west side of downtown the crowd was dispersed the other shootings in place in area fortin pass on it was between we add i visit side with vehicle in occupied his outside the vehicle the argument uh escalades at some point the act the people who are outside the vehicle fired shots on the two individuals inside the vehicle they sustain moves because of those that those gus out there were five that's assistant chief arnold williams this is a school district were normally budget crisis are not discussed very much but forty seven teachers and the utica schools are being laid off that decision came during a board of education meeting the layoffs affect the 47 teachers mostly from elementary and middle schools if you're a teacher looking for a job the new detroit public schools community district may be the place for you here's wjr's chris renwick the dps cds looking for a few good teachers while more than a few but deputy superintendent alicia married weather says.