27 Burst results for "Forty Nine Million Dollars"

Wisconsin Assembly cancels vote on repeal of mask mandate

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin Assembly cancels vote on repeal of mask mandate

"Wisconsin's Republican controlled assembly has canceled a vote on repealing the democratic governors mask mandate the Republican retreat comes in the face of broad criticism from Wisconsin's health school and business leaders as well as concern the move would jeopardize more than forty nine million dollars in federal food assistance the covert nineteen a bill passed by Congress last year give states the money only if they have emergency health orders in effect a memo from the nonpartisan legislative fiscal bureau says this month alone nearly two hundred and forty three thousand Wisconsin households received federal assistance governor Tony Evers mask mandate is scheduled to run until March twentieth I'm Ben Thomas

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DoorDash releases filing to go public

Techmeme Ride Home

02:51 min | 1 year ago

DoorDash releases filing to go public

"Door dash has filed. Its s with the sec. Which of course is the first step in an ipo. They will be listing their shares on the new york stock exchange under the ticker symbol dash. Das h. and speaking of dash we're expecting there to be a dash of companies rushing to go public before the end of the year. We're expecting roadblocks wish affirm airbnb all to file within weeks but back to door dash. Ns one means we finally get to take a look at the underlying business in a debut in company. Jordache reported that they had one point nine billion dollars in revenue for the first nine months of twenty twenty on which they lost one hundred and forty nine million dollars compare that to revenue of only five hundred eighty seven million dollars a year ago and a loss of five hundred and thirty three million dollars. Coding alex willem in tech crunch door to ashes. A heavily backed company with crush base reporting that the food delivery giant has accessed around two point. Five billion dollars in capital during its life most recently in a four hundred million dollar around this june at the time doordash was valued at a towering sixteen billion dollars post money giving the company big valuation shoes to fill. When at prices it's ipo and begins to trade jordache has grown incredibly rapidly scaling. Its revenues from two hundred ninety one million dollars in two thousand eighteen to eight hundred eighty five million dollars in twenty thousand nine and more recently from five hundred eighty seven million dollars on the first nine months of twenty nine thousand nine to one point nine two billion dollars in the same period of twenty twenty that is two hundred and twenty six percent growth in two thousand twenty thus far these sort of expansion. That explains why door dash was able to attract so much capital at such high prices. How high quality is ashes revenue in the first. Three quarters of two thousand nineteen the company had gross margins of thirty nine point nine percent and in the same period of two thousand twenty the figure rose to fifty three point. One percent a huge improvement for the consumer consumable delivery confab. The result of door dashes epic growth and gross margin. Improvement has been radically improving profitability. The companies operating loss fell from four hundred. Seventy nine million dollars on the first nine months of twenty and nineteen to just one hundred and thirty one million dollars in the same period of twenty twenty door dashes net losses are slightly worse. Five hundred thirty three million and one hundred and forty nine million over the same timeframe respectively but again compared to the company's top line growth and revenue quality improvements are inconsequential. Jordache has around one point. Six billion dollars in cash and equivalents heading into the fourth quarter. Meaning that it has ample cash to fund itself sands an ipo. The company is there for going out because it thinks the time is ripe and quote. Yeah that's a bigger better business than. I certainly expected growing faster than i expected. But then maybe. I shouldn't be surprised because you know covid but also positively improving gross margins. Maybe they think they need to get out the door now before a vaccine actually shows up and maybe stalls their growth a bit

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Next step for Upper Harbor Terminal: Securing $20M from state for massive amphitheater

The Joe Pags Show

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Next step for Upper Harbor Terminal: Securing $20M from state for massive amphitheater

"Minneapolis officials lobbying the state legislature for twenty million dollars in bonds to build the city's first amphitheater near the river front the upper harbour terminal will cost forty nine million dollars and hold ten thousand concertgoers developers hope to begin construction

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The globe as well so head on over to candid C. O. dot com slash Bennett use code than to get seventy five Bucks off that's candid C. O. dot com slash been called Ben for seventy five Bucks off candid C. O. dot com slash Bennett code that already so speaking of bad leftist economics rumor is now being fined six hundred and forty nine million dollars in the state of New Jersey alone for saying the drivers are not employees according to The New York Times in New Jersey has now demanded it will pay six hundred forty nine million dollars for years of unpaid employment taxes for its drivers arguing the ride hailing company has missed class by the workers as independent contractors not employees which is absurd because you can actually sign on as an overdrive or part time you can decide when you want to drive right your let my employees don't get to do that okay people work for me it's we we control their time that's why there are employees if we just had people liked it sign on when you want it sent off when you want instead of back percentage of of what is the make and you can use our app as an employee that's an independent contractor definitional but the state department of labor and workforce development issue the request as we took over and a subsidiary raiser after an audit and covered five hundred thirty million dollars in back taxes but it's not been paid for unemployment and disability insurance from twelve twenty fourteen to twenty eighteen because non payment the state now wants another one hundred nineteen million dollars in interest a spokeswoman it over so the company disputed the state's findings were challenging this preliminarily preliminary but incorrect to termination because drivers are independent contractors in New Jersey and elsewhere across the country states and cities have moved aggressively to rein in gig economy companies that depend on an expensive independent labor potentially reshaping the business models we know what you mean is that you are doing the dirty work of the taxicab industry by destroying the ability of people who might be otherwise out of work to make a quick Buck by driving a car around that's all that's going on here if you think this is helping people were out of work meeting this is in some way helping the poor what employees of labor I was going to happen is that if if if we were is turned into basically just a normal cab company and they should hire these employees they're gonna go out of business then the entire business model does not function under this under this rubric in California a new law could require the workers be designated as employees allowing them to gain access to basic protections like minimum wage and unemployment insurance I love that they say that would allow the workers to gain access to these things no it would allow the workers to be unemployed because we would just stop operating really and what's the profit margin to be like at that point I give a slightly better camera app then yellow cab or something and that's not going to work a card to get your making your your Rijkaard televising you're making a a cartel again out of driving as opposed to a free market no the left wants in terms of economics now in other breaking news turns out that this one the they don't seem to understand the difference between like campaign expenditures and personal expenditures this is the third member of the squad so far as I'm aware who's had some sort of financial scandal related to miss using campaign funds as personal funds so we had a see and there were significant there were significant reporting that AOC was paying her boyfriend basically from campaign funding while while she was dating him and they I remember that few months back that was the accusation anyway yeah and then there is had Mar and there it is now there's actually nothing investigation that apparently was open again still had Omar for spending campaign funds paying her married lover well she too was very and then you know running around on trips with him so there's nothing to investigation into L. hammer I don't think there's one day see but there isn't allegations made about a OC and campaign funding and her boyfriend and now there are new allegations made about her she had to leave out the the greatest why just the most honest among is amazing I cannot believe it I cannot believe this it is just devastating to me I'd counted on their honesty and their transparency these were the fresh faces of freshness and face I mean so much fresh so much phased phases of freshness and yet and yet the swamp the swamp or alternatively turns out the people who love big government I'm just as after the grub is people don't like big government and many cases more so the house ethics committee announced on Thursday it is investigating where she had to leave over internal messages that she allegedly sent in twenty eighteen asking her congressional campaign for money for personal expenses which is a potential crime according to Reid's better over the wire the announcement came in response to a referral that the committee received from the office of congressional ethics with which allege that leaves campaign committee repeatedly for Congress reporting campaign disbursements that may not be legitimate and verifiable campaign expenditures attributable to bona fide campaigner political purposes if representative to leave converting campaign funds from issue to leave for Congress to personal use or if representatives leaves campaign committee expended funds that were not attributable to notify campaign or pro or political purse the purposes and representative Lee may have violated house rules standards of conduct in federal law now this does go to show you by the way I remember back in two thousand six there's the mark Foley scandal on the Republican side of the aisles of thirteen years ago now and there's all this talk about Republican congressional corruption it led to a democratic wave in two thousand six if it were not for all the hubbub over from there would be a wave of stories right now about democratic corruption ranging from where she had to leave it to L. had March you Katie hell all of these new democratic women but he was already reparations are resigned to position KDL and she's already gone and I have no no modern investigation enriching to believe under investigation and allegations about AOC Ringo Starr this why remains the only person who about whom allegations not been made I Anna Presley but it turns out it's not relegated to young democratic women either there's another house ethics investigation announced on Thursday into democratic representative LC Hastings over his relationship with his longtime girlfriend who works for him as a government employee according to the South Florida sun Sentinel the ethics committee didn't identify the staffer in question but it is clearly a first Patricia Williams the deputy director in Hastings office in his Broward and Palm Beach county district Williams was the congressman's highest paid staffer in Hastings I've been in a relationship for decades and critics have raised questions about it for years the house ethics committee wrote that the committee is specifically considering whether representative tastings with relation relationship with the individual employed in his congressional office is in violation of house rule twenty three clause eighteen a and whether representative Hastings has received any improper gets including any forbearance from that employee the committee continues to gather additional information regarding the allegations data that rule that congressional rules member delegate or resident commissioner may not engage in a sexual relationship with any employee of the house works under the supervision of the member delegate or resident commissioner well who is an employee of the committee on which the member delegate or resident commissioner serves so I'll see his intermarriage this lady is what it sounds like because it says the paragraph does not apply with respect to people in fact our merry this is the first time the Hastings is faced controversies involving allegations surrounding the relationships we'll call reporting December twenty seventeen and treasury department paid two hundred and twenty thousand dollars in a previously undisclosed agreement to settle a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment vaulting LC Hastings when some hacker a former staff member of a congressional commission promoting international human rights said in documents that the congressman touch for a maid and once in sexual advances and threatened her job at the time Hastings with the chairman of the commission on security and cooperation in Europe or pack a work so there would be a bevy if they do need a job there would be this this wave of questions about whether Democrats were handling things ethically coming up we'll bring you the update from the Middle East is going to sort of unnoticed in the news because impeachment gate but there is like a hundred and fifty rockets that have fallen on Israel.

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New Jersey hits Uber with $649 million tax bill for misclassifying workers

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

New Jersey hits Uber with $649 million tax bill for misclassifying workers

"New Jersey says that burrows in six hundred forty nine million dollars for years of unpaid employment taxes for its drivers they claim the ride hailing service has misclassified the workers as independent contractors not these employees a spokesperson for uber tells the times it disputes that

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Microsoft's Win, Facebook's New News, SALTy About Taxes

Squawk Pod

11:30 min | 2 years ago

Microsoft's Win, Facebook's New News, SALTy About Taxes

"There may very well be lawsuits about this there may be depositions about this there may be all sorts of litigation so we're going to see what happens they can do it you can say whatever you want on your facebook posting and they can't police that but if they're accepting money for it they should probably be held to stand for that it's it's advertised it's an advertisement are knocked does that change anything meaning if I if I was running for for mayor of New York and I started just posting things that were blatantly look I think I think that's a tougher situation to try and assess that's where you can make the claim that you are simply posting board in the things get up but for anything you're accepting ads for why aren't you held the same standard as other broadcasters would would would naturally be for that you're accepting advertising so there is some interaction accepting money whether you laugh at about over the big bad wolf lung capacity legend and Bacon and easiest at six there's some that you really can't repeat on here I just saw one for for Ted Bundy but they're they how many are there are literally thousands of these people went on surprised on twitter tie I missed it I'm on a different version twitter than you are and the New York Times reports that Boeing help to craft the law late last year that undercuts the government's role in approving the design of new airplanes report says that the company and its allies shaped the language of the legislation to their liking overcoming criticism from regulators including the FAA mummers is going to be testifying this week so so he's going to be having to to answer a lot of these it is well the whole idea of self regulation which is a huge part of what's happened in the airline industry is fascinating and by the way not just happening I discovered because look into this weekend that's happening the United States a lot of this is because Airbus and what's happening in Europe is following the same similar similar approach understand the argument that there may not be qualified people in the government to sign off on some of these things but it it argues for changes structure I if Boeing or Airbus is going to pay for it they should ultimately answer to the laters not and you also had members of the writing letters saying this is not the way to do it right right well I think the biggest question this is even if the government has issues what safety this gives the manufacturers upper hand and this particular legislation and the weekend at the box office joker reclaim the one spot eighteen point nine million North American ticket sales it had been pushed out of the top spot last week by Disney's malefic mistress of evil jokers now the most successful R. rated movie ever with the global take eight hundred forty nine million dollars you from Manhattan into the stairs in Brooklyn that everyone is going and take them Celsius where he does some kind of weird scary I've not seen George people that are yeah exactly yes I can imagine how many people taking taking shots so so far so good with this scary sick movie right I mean he's very talented that that guys are wiped out but he's right but he's very very very tone eh wacked up about the talent part but the stairs are in the Wadden Brooklyn let's go next unsquashed Odd Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson has new hope for low income homebuyers we're back after this what kind of Tech Company does the world needs today one that applies smart technologies at scale with purpose and expertise not just for some but for all with a I blockchain and quantum technology IBM IS PARTNERING WITH CLIENTS TO DEVELOP SMART scalable technologies that help businesses worked better together. let's expect more from technology let's put smart to work visit. IBM DOT COM slash smart to learn more

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on Florida Matters

Florida Matters

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on Florida Matters

"In the past certainly it's changing how cities in how entities like the airports and so on are using their curb space and cities are are having to figure out well how do we manage the curb space thinking about curb space as an asset as opposed to just something where you put parking meters so I think it's changed the congress Asian Allot if they become automated using automated vehicles how will this change the landscape I think some people are concerned that in some places the these vehicles are increasing congestion and they're not really being managed proactively you know so city on their own streets don't have the ability to manage traffic as as they would perhaps like to so I think as we are moving forward in this in this uncharted territory I think there are a lot of research questions a lot of course turns about how these systems are serving people with disabilities and and other issues so I think it's a great topic for research and a great topic for me what debate so you taught you mentioned automated vehicles and I wanted to ask you about that David What what role do you see self driving cars or honest vehicles is that GonNa play a role and is gonNA play role soon I believe it will how soon is probably the question the technology Jeez developing very rapidly Dot Actually has Started construction of the Soundtrack Center over an Auburndale which is going to be a testing ground for all title new technology people from all over the world becoming into try out their technology in a simulated real world situation with blocks and streets and traffic signals and he's like that the automated truck industry is actually already started to operate automated trucks and we've allowed them to operate in platooning in other words a bunch of them in a row close together onto turnpike but with drivers in the vehicles just in case something happens but they're running automated and they see that as being a big benefit future to be able to have the the freight moving in that man that's happening now that's happening now a lot of people don't realize that this technology is already happening looking at new vehicles now there are elements ingredients automation there's adaptive cruise control there's lane keeping there's automated parking or parking assist their warning systems there's automated breaking so if you're in stop and go traffic you can set the car and the Matt and it will accelerate and decelerate and break and I think slowly people are getting more accustomed to trusting those systems to keep safe Graham I wanted to talk to you about something that you wrote in your in a recent article about the commuting where you you said the walking outpaces public transportation twenty thousand four hundred eighty two people consistently walk to work each day outnumbering the eighteen thousand nine hundred ninety four who take public transportation according to census data that that amazed me amaze me as well that's part of the American community survey that comes out once a year it's like a mini census of several million people across the country and that's indeed what it says here in many areas of public transit Wait hey there's way more people writing public transit than walking overall across the entire nation which includes a lot of rural areas but five percent of people right public transportation here it was like one point something percent it was very low as we've touched on here we don't have a very good public transit system the other thing I'd point out is that that may be coming more is people working from home that's the other thing that stood out in that study was across the nation about the same number of people ride public transit as work from home it's about eight million people in each category here the people that work at home outnumber people riding transit about six to one a which again is part of it is we have a slightly older workforce many of them see working at home as a perk and their businesses let them do it but the other part of the equation is that we don't have ever public transit system so people don't ride it and geography plays a part in this right because we have this bay hey that separates our two biggest cities yeah I can't tell you how many times I get emails phone calls from people say from South Hillsborough Paulo Beach dat area who tell me like I'm not going to get on a bus one they're hard to find and to it's too far to go and so this spread out part is a chance orange that we have to continue to work on I think one of the things we can do is to continue to encourage people to live downtown to continue to encourage vertical growth in her downtown's not everybody agrees with this some people like the old charm of Saint Petersburg but the reality is both Tampa and Saint Petersburg water all growing up and I think if we can go more vertical that creates more density that helps the first mile last mile problem sort of getting on getting off a bus off light rail and having to walk long distance they're trying to get their if people already live there then they're going to walk more they're going to ride their bikes more and they're going to sort of enjoy that not more and it will create the density that can help support public transit. Yeah I think is definitely not one-size-fits-all so still aren't a wide range of options for people in the rural areas the ex urban suburban so there's something for everyone but I think for from how do we can front growth from inefficiencies damn point identifying and you know actually taking some action along key corridors and saying okay here's where the stations are going to be here we're going we're going to intensify development to allow that intensity that Graham was talking about but again not saying that everyone has to live in that sort of environment certainty around well where are these spots going to be where this intensification going to happen David People must find the cost of these transportation checks kind of mind boggling from caitlyn Johnston's recent Tampa Bay Times article she gives us the Pinellas county managers wishlist includes thirty five million dollars to sink stoplight timing along major corridors forty nine million dollars for intersections including more right and left turn lanes fifty million dollars for safety projects such as crosswalks fifty million dollars for crosswalks and thirty five million dollars to sink traffic lights I mean it's sounds ridiculous I mean sounds like a lot of money why is it so expensive well and I'm not really all that familiar with exactly what his plans are so I don't WanNa come in you have hundreds if not thousands of traffic signals throughout the area and you have to take all of the old technology out which much of it is nine hundred ninety s ratio of when we're talking about investments these these systems also last for a long time and millions of people benefit from them so if you divide the costs by the number of people who live in the region over their lifetime it's actually I mean at a per person per year basis it's a pretty good deal that we get we get a higher area is one of the top three issues all the time is transportation can they get their employees from their homes from where they live to where they need to work fairly quickly are there enough people in the workforce close enough to where they're going to have their headquarters to get the type of workforce they need.

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Constructed in a way that Korea crystal ball address both lines personally got their make making it try to look like an SEC team in online scrimmage lady what we're gonna do that established if they do that with the court's senior quarterback Justin Herbert back really really good hide last thing we before you know it that just over two weeks now we'll get to is it considered weak one army we minus one the day starting as early as they do I got an issue at any time they start to see that both for classes actually open up remote universities but that's the big business the college football is this dead these days Miami and Florida getting together in August if I ask you with this team will be won by the team that has the best head coach would you rate one over the other at this stage gosh you know my energy has never been a head coach so I think you have to take them all and I I don't know hello this lever happen again he's the one living human at Mississippi state right number one in the country five weeks I don't ever happen yeah fourteen so many here the rookie had shows that thinks that he knows as much about the culture the city of the program Miami is any of it if that's the question you have to take them all and now who has the better team well we're going to find out floor looks like they took a step towards relevance against in the in the east last year by winning ten obsolete Dan Mullin absolutely screw squeeze blood out of the tomato actually pay Franks making in the guy three twenty four touchdowns only six interceptions the plague smarter other very good on defense I'm just not I I will formally plugged in on my end I know you know she killed Quarterman Quartermaine Quartermaine at at Miami is are all America like linebacker but I don't see a difference making quarterback right there even though take parts out favorite the transfer I'm high as they could do that he won his transfer of appeal Jody talking about Tate Martell because he argued that he was told by the staff that not only you know he was down on the desk chart he wasn't needed on the roster I mean they just didn't want him on the roster at Ohio state anyone his appeal based on that our state saying that how does he going to be here we shall see a nightlight I got one we're going to make of what you said I tell your hide seedless with a coach is clay outlets meltdown Lovie Smith Willie Taggart makes some sense yeah I tell you Mollen loses the opener and loses three more games and Florida is middle pack in the SEC will deceive get hot under mall and by the end of the year well I don't think it we I don't think it you're too I don't what would that be disappointed yes but I think when you're ready is eight or the standard I think that may be the dividing line for Gus Malzahn I really feel sorry for now so much you can feel sorry for a guy who makes forty nine million dollars he goes to this and every year you know why can't you beat Alabama he's one of only three people walking the error we don't live in coaching I think so it's the next statin twice you know they they have one of the toughest it that the toughest schedules in the country other little shaky at quarterback there because it sensibly but again if they lose that that opener to worry and I think that you're going to see convulsions come down really quick I'm Gus Malzahn not so much in that scenario within moments fair enough get a round of golf in maybe a day at the beach do something fun if we could work for you know what your ride life is college football for the next four five months appreciate you coming hours tonight Dennis thank you very much thanks a lot.

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"S. M. K. T. SMA M. el Paso is newsradio six ninety news radio I'm Brian sure president trump is taking another route to making sure he knows how many non citizens are in the US trump abandon plans to ask about citizenship on the twenty twenty census but announced that he's ordering federal departments to turn over data on people's citizenship at the White House earlier today trump spoke about the new plan we will be able to insure the twenty twenty senses generates an accurate count of how many citizens non citizens and illegal aliens are in the United States of America trump also said that this data could help states determine how elections are administered officials in Louisiana are keeping an eye on the flood threat from tropical storm berry flooding will be the biggest threat from berry but forecasters now say that levees in New Orleans will likely be able to hold the rising Mississippi River the river was expected to rise twenty feet which would have matched or exceeded the height of levy walls president trump is slamming social media companies for discriminating against conservatives trump claimed during a social media summit that they would love to shut conservatives down trump said his own tweets are by passing a corrupt media establishment retired Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz underwent a third surgery earlier this week for complications from the gunshot wound Ortiz's wife says big papi is recovering well and in good spirits at Massachusetts General Hospital Ortiz was shot on June ninth at a bar in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic authorities say the friend Ortiz was sitting with the was the intended target of the shooting Tom Roberts NBC news radio the sky diving company behind a fatal Hawaiian plane crash reportedly didn't have the proper state permits on June twenty first eleven people died when a sky diving plane crashed on a while who marking the worst civilian airplane crash since twenty eleven public documents released Wednesday show that the state department of transportation didn't have adequate permits on file for the company awhile who parachute center LLC you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio authorities are planning to arrest of thousands of illegal immigrants this Sunday following through on previously delayed raids in ten US cities James flippin reports immigration and customs enforcement agents have been ready to carry out raids in late June but those were put on hold apparently there were concerns that too much about the operation had been leaked to the press and made public the goal per reports is to target certain groups of illegal immigrants within so called sanctuary cities in which local authorities don't observe or enforce federal immigration law isis said that as circumstances allow families arrested together will be kept together at the tension centers in Texas and Pennsylvania where as many complain about parents facing charges being separated from children at the southern border James foreman NBC news radio New York AT and T. is becoming the first wireless company to automatically block spam calls the company said Wednesday it will block the nuisance calls by default the service is free and comes a month after the FCC voted to allow phone companies to block suspected spam calls by default the FBI is investigating a group of tattooed Los Angeles county sheriff's deputies in East Los Angeles some are calling the group Bandidos with badges the feds are looking into allegations of beatings planting evidence harassment and writing of falls incident reports the group brands themselves with matching tattoos of a skeleton outfitted in a sombrero with a loaded showcasing bandolier around its chest and a pistol the LA times is reporting that the FBI is also looking into similar groups within the department but sure if Alex Vienna waiver hasn't said anything about it yet Jason Kempin Donia NBC news radio former NFL great Joe Montana and his wife Jennifer have put their five hundred acre estate in napa valley up for sale the asking price of twenty eight point nine million dollars is actually forty one percent lower than what the couple listed at ten years ago back in two thousand nine the home belonging to the long time San Francisco forty nine or had been listed at forty nine million dollars Brian shook NBC news radio Hey guys it's soo pass or your favorite sexual health expert with another version of ask the pro this month I got a letter from sandy in Seattle about explosive bedroom secrets she and her husband recently discovered she writes dear sue my husband I used to have a great life in the bedroom but in the last few years he has struggled he's tried about everything but nothing has worked then one day he came home and gave me a night I will never forget he told me about the secret formula knocks a trail that changed her life in the bedroom once and for all well sandy you beat me.

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

12:36 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Podcast whatever they're doing hopes are on the air when collide makes this decision because squads making a big decision and it's going to affect the NBA for years to come but only only if he goes to the Lakers I think if he stays in Toronto as we've been talking about I'm not saying they're gonna win it could be the great for it jump right back in and get going and where it could be what we're seeing building in Brooklyn when Duran comes back healthy we tirade depending on what they do not a lock that is why stays in Toronto that's a dynasty Teaneck team doesn't have the talent that the warriors had there I say this to our Canadian brothers to the north on independence day here in the states no chance Toronto wins the championship of the ranch one hundred percent healthy one hundred percent that is Kevin Durant play Thompson doesn't get hurt most people know that Drake would tell you that the Golden State was a vast superior team the Toronto Toronto is a very good team that came down to a Sir Peter three to beat Philadelphia in that most people thought in the east Milwaukee was better than Philadelphia and Toronto but the actual act was kawaii while I was able to get it done and he was able to get it done and that put him in a position now going into free agency to be a flat out superstar I have an opportunity to do something great now to range two finals MVPs and having a chance to pick where he wants to go Los Angeles with one or two teams staying in Toronto but for those who are joining us late and if you want to get through before the top eight five five two one two four two two seven it comes down to this those cool I want to be associated with anything with lebron James why would you if your call I wonder do you have your own brand your own claw logo you're working with new balance you have your own partnership you have your uncle why do you want to be associated with a broad well I think you'd want to be associated with the brawn if lebron's in LA and you want to move back home over the net I wanted to go play anywhere on really good teams no I had someone pick up on my other show when you look at the box like the box were signing players and trying to figure out of Middleton was gonna stay and all that in free agency well I said well you want to really talk about ring chasing they'll get rid of a whole bunch of people for me in Milwaukee I'll go play with Yanis he seems to be mellow he's from grace all mellow I'm from riverside many many also hook up and win three or four rings and do it together there what I could do with every once but the problem is lebron has put pressure on coal why to make a decision because if lebron stays in Cleveland which everybody hope you would then call I goes to the Lakers I think twice maybe the number one player maybe there's Anthony Davis and they do it on their own now kowice uncle and coli's agent and everybody behind the scenes is saying Hey dude we're all for whatever you want to do you have your great kawaii but you know you're going to have to live under the circus tent which is lebron James and would you want to do that we're getting reports from my friend Stephen a Smith that Kevin Durant wasn't satisfied being a warrior I'm not happy with Steve Kerr are we not if Kevin Durant was not completely happy this is not we know that to be a fact please stay and moved to San Francisco into a brand new building and he wasn't happy why did he get cold life thinking that Kawhi could stay in Toronto this is all about Durant do lebron Durant imply believe it's a triangle and I'm sorry I have to leave I play and got ready with the triangle that I have drawn up here on the card is lebron at the top of the triangle Durant in the lower left and why in the lower right it's a triangle of NBA super stardom but it all goes back to lebron because I think that if the bronze not a Laker Durant stays may be with the warriors of he doesn't get injured or goes to New York with the next to try to be the king of the number one media market which is bigger than LA man you want to talk about a balls alpha male move that would be going to the mac at the garden in Durant eventually beating lebron and then you have collide in the lower corner of the triangle and everybody's trying to figure out what drives him we don't know NBA insiders of said well what's driving him is once you go home once you go to Los Angeles okay what's driving him could be money but we're not seeing that because if he leaves Toronto he be leaving forty nine million dollars on the table so as soon as he leaves Toronto if he does later today tomorrow remember I told you that the money played no object not he's going to LA's paying more in taxes much more in taxes and he's playing as a third wheel to lebron unless he goes to the clippers and he's giving up significant money that he could have had in Toronto on top of the state taxes and the quality of living in California and if he stays in Toronto finally Toronto gives him a really big really big opportunity to make more money and defend his title that to me is something that is going to be the hope to this whole story in the next twenty four to forty eight hours then it comes to the time line of cool why does he sitting in a hotel room in Toronto everybody's blown up his uncles phone because no one esquire's number no one in there trying to figure out reportedly Drake met with kawaii in the meeting his uncle was there and all trying to figure out where he's going to go and they don't know so the time line is interesting that Kawhi to day to do it on the fourth of July which some people think would be a slap in the face to north American basketball mostly here in the states if you did on our holiday or holiday if you announce the saying in Toronto which is good news a lot of people in Toronto but you know in the in the Toronto community think it's good that he hasn't announced yet out of respect not doing it on the fourth of July on a holiday if he stays in Toronto announces it tomorrow how great will that be the Canadian media well I think is handled this much better than we have in the United States in the United States we have guys who are swimming on debate shows guessing guessing guessing by a Gaston from Toronto the other day and told me not whirlpool we think we got the deal done if you listen to beside you Jerry we have the sound bite again he's the GM of Toronto he's a world champion now GM he is calm and cool we don't know what rob to like it sounds like this is the GM of the raptors we will respect his decision I know where I died due respect that I always say that the hardest thing in in in and these businesses trading a player and free agency and we always have to be ready for both yeah so he handled that perfectly what they're doing in Toronto as you've always heard in the past is never let them see you sweat Toronto wants to do at this point is Toronto wants to be calm and cool because if they lose collide it's still a celebration that they won the title they handle it really well and they'll move on the figure it out they'll have a knack slot for next year and people now understand the plane for Toronto's pretty cool and you could win there there's gonna be some good players there so that'll be okay if he ends up staying there's going to be a rock show is going to be a party there's not going to be as big as our championship parade but the old the fireworks going off in Toronto because that organization will have Kawhi probably for two more years so he gets to his ten year Max and then he leaves again you'll be able to make more money in a new contract and a Max deal not the supermax so I'm I'm fascinated by all this I think everybody else's I think that we had something really cool to talk about as I sit in for jam and everybody is wondering in southern California what is going to happen next then the clippers as we talked about already the clippers are in a really cool spot because I think the clippers on like the Knicks the fraud that is my next or in a great position because at least the clippers gave a presentation the next was so ridiculously stupid they had three of their brass executives including their head coach in Las Vegas and why was willing to meet with them but the Knicks didn't feel like they had a chance and they didn't even practiced a power point presentation they don't even feel like they needed to practice and go sit in front of the why and learn a little bit more about him so what happens if the clippers have the deal Jerry west Steve Balmer and doc rivers that to me was the strongest presentation than what we've seen from the Lakers in the last three months when Magic Johnson quit Magic Johnson doesn't understand what tampering means well there's been chaos throughout the Lakers organization the Knicks are completely dysfunctional no two weeks ago on say the clippers in Vegas started to the clippers AJ changed the look like the clippers are gonna get kawaii but now it doesn't look like the clippers looks like today as I wrap up the Jim Rome show that we're talking about a clipper team that's in third place in that hotel room in Toronto what Steve Balmer is the richest owner in sports and of course wise uncle is taking phone calls Balmer can get him on the phone and go Hey by the way we're still capable of trading another player opening it up so kawaii could have certain players that he might want that are left Steve Balmer is the richest owner in all of sports now that Paul Allen rest in peace passed away he's willing to build a new arena in Los Angeles for the clippers and give kawaii everything he wants helicopter rides to and from every game home may Kim the brand in LA and have a better coach with all due respect to Frank Vogel it may be better pieces around on then kawaii could have become wise gotta be thinking today the D. Davis well Bron man if I just suck it up and do a quick deal with them I could play in the NBA finals three out of the next four years when a couple more rings maybe get a statue when LA maybe have his number retired as a Laker these are incredible decisions that are being made and how does it affect you all over the country simply this we have a chance if kawaii stays in Toronto have parity Toronto be really good Boston's really good we camber Philly is really strong Milwaukee would be a favorite Lakers would be really good with Anthony Davis and lebron but not dominant the warriors would be very good but they don't have to rant so they're not better and we have some parity so when you tune in to TNT more ESPN you want to watch an NBA game on a Tuesday or Thursday night you might be more invested in the league because of some parity problem for all of us over the Laker fans is that of clients up with lebron Anthony Davis you are going to have the Lakers shut down your throat twenty four seven the way that the LA media handled lebron was disturbing all anybody talked about was lebron lebron lebron because it was easy it was easy to put together a radio show on a TV show in a debate show because all you have to do is say lebron imagine what you're going to be hearing from syndicated shows of local shows all the media based out of Los Angeles if they have Kawhi for two more years shot it down it's going to be lebron on your brain and that's all you're going to get so we'll see what happens Jodi Mack will take you the rest of the way today if they're breaking news happens keep it here the CBS sports radio.

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Everybody should be happy kawaii and the entire ownership group of Toronto leaves nothing against Kawhi but you better better look at why and at least criticize him at some level loading up with lebron because you get it with the rant and staff and you'll do it to everybody else so just because why is an enigma and we don't know him and we don't understand him if he ends up making this move because of social media twenty four hour sports news people gonna come out him hard but it's not gonna be as hard as Durant because choirs more likable he's much more aloof any just won a championship let's get out to David in buffalo not too far from where I went to college how are you David we are real good JT thanks take my call man you don't want to jump in on this whole Kawhi Leonard thing and I I think you should stay in Toronto for a few reasons I think number one you know you look at that country up there he doesn't have the pressure on him he's going to have an L. A. M. in Canada the hockey nation that's the biggest thing is even though he would be the defending champion with the raptors I mean to me that the maple Leafs get all the coverage up there you'll be Livin ninety minutes away from Toronto it's a hockey first area and even as great as the raptors were last year it's still going to come back to that you know the pressures are always be on the lease to win a championship in to meet with the raptors awaited organization is set up from top to bottom you know it's all about basketball there's there's no other stuff going on there you know to me Nick nurse who jury these are guys were basketball lifers their grinders they go into work everyday they punch a clock they they work really hard there's no no one's control in the franchise like lebron is with the Lakers and to me it's so much more organized from top to bottom a new look at the way that you know the raptors play with that bench to I mean they got guys again you'll shoot the three which is huge in today's NBA you look at that team you know overall I think it just set up for him you know so much better it's all about basketball there there's no other nonsense and I think it's clear cut that of the three teams a want him the raptors are the best suited you know in the next couple years to really win a championship where there's no outside agencies that can really change old thing you said a lot of things that made a lot of sense to me no doubt about it it's much more common in Toronto he could live his life the one thing you left out is that he has a mansion in Rancho Santa Fe north San Diego and he's in LA guy from riverside plated San Diego state and reports are you wanted to be a Laker he wanted to be a Los Angeles Laker there's no little boy who was ever born on god's green earth that never wanted to be a clipper never never happened no one's ever walked the planet saying I want to be a clipper and I want to be an angel the end of their young to fill out a roster and then people make it work but for clients what's going to win this decision but when the decision more so than playing with lebron and getting more rings and playing on a super team which is great is going to be his ability to be close to home that's what this is about a lot of guys want to be close to home he doesn't care about losing the money if I'm listening in Toronto and we appreciate you listening to the Jim Rome show on SiriusXM two oh six the selling point there is money now you might think you give up some money maybe you're selling a house maybe a relocating with your job you give up a little money would you give up forty nine million dollars if you were a free agent in sports that's stupid I mean that's absurd it's free money you're bouncing a basketball playing the sport you love all over the country and through Canada with the raptors where you live in the off season is one thing but I think it's outlandish to give up forty nine million four point nine million fine fourteen million fine but forty nine million what accountant what lawyer what agent we're gonna say Hey we only forty nine million on the table to go somewhere else that's what's playing for Toronto that's what Toronto has going for them finding it harder and harder to get to the grocery store what Walmart do it.

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To me that the maple Leafs get all the coverage up there you'll be Livin ninety minutes away from Toronto it's a hockey first area and even as great as the raptors were last year it's still going to come back to that you know the pressures are always be on the least to win a championship in to meet with the raptors the way that organization is set up from top to bottom you know it's all about basketball there's there's no other stuff going on there you know to me Nick nurse to jury duty these are guys were basketball lifers their grinders they go into work everyday they punch a clock they they work really hard there's no no one's control in the franchise like lebron is with the Lakers and to me it's so much more organized from top to bottom a new look at the way that you know the raptors play with that bench to I mean they've got guys again you'll shoot the three which is huge in today's NBA you look at that team you know overall I think it just set up for him you know so much better it's all about basketball there there's no other nonsense and I think it's clear cut that of the three teams a want him the raptors are the best suited you know in the next couple years to really win a championship where there's no outside agencies that can really change old thing phone call you said a lot of things that made a lot of sense to me no doubt about it it's much more common in Toronto he could live his life the one thing you left out is that he has a mansion in Rancho Santa Fe north San Diego and he's in LA guy from riverside plated San Diego state and reports are you wanted to be a Laker he wanted to be a Los Angeles Laker there's no little boy who was ever born on god's green earth that ever wanted to be a clipper never never happened no one's ever walked the planet saying I want to be a clipper and I want to be an angel the end of their young to fill out a roster and then people make it work but for clients what's going to win this decision what's gonna win the decision more so than playing with lebron and getting more rings and playing on a super team which is great is going to be his ability to be close to home that's what this is about a lot of guys want to be close to home he doesn't care about losing the money if I'm listening in Toronto and we appreciate you listening to the Jim Rome show on SiriusXM two oh six the selling point there is money now you might think you give up some money maybe you're selling a house maybe a relocating with your job you give up a little money would you give up forty nine million dollars if you were a free agent in sports that's stupid I mean that's absurd it's free money you're bouncing a basketball playing the sport you love all over the country and through Canada with the raptors where you live in the off season is one thing but I think it's outlandish to give up forty nine million four point nine million fine fourteen million fine but forty nine million one accountant what lawyer what agent we're gonna say Hey we only forty nine million on the table to go somewhere else that's what's playing for Toronto that's what Toronto has going for them finding it harder and harder to get to the grocery store what Walmart do it for you just make your list set a time for free pick up or delivery gold out your day Walmart associates will pick the best items for you including.

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Curve, seeing some minor slowdowns starting to get a little heavier southbound I five just south of highway five, twelve down towards Bridgeport way. Your next KOMO traffic at twelve thirty four. Komo forecast now very warm today. A lot of us are going to be in the low nineties here in Seattle. Upper eighties is a little more likely and we expect temperatures to cool off for the end of the week eighty two. The high tomorrow Seventy-three for the high on. Friday mid seventies for the weekend right now in Seattle. It's eighty and mostly clear, although the clouds do look a little hazy. Don't they KOMO news time, twelve twenty five nearly forty nine million dollars has been pledged to house, the homeless in eight new buildings around Seattle. Komo's Matt Markevic spoke with some of the people who would benefit how was across under they kicked his out Davidson has been on the street for four years. Especially our can't hardly read or write, and really desperately for house. He's considered chronically homeless is disability could make a male Jabbour for a place like this. And is there the beds? Are given to us to use permanent supportive housing an apartment with services twenty four seven for the thirty five hundred considered chronically homeless in King County, who need help taking care of themselves. This is going to truly be tremendous a big boost. Some of the reasons biggest companies in pledging nearly forty nine million dollars toward a seventy five million dollar campaign to build eight buildings with eight hundred units for the chronically homeless, like David some of the most expensive public housing. That's offered it cost between sixteen and eighteen thousand dollars a year, a unit for a person that is same equivalent has a homeless person which many are in Harvey for three days, and it's coming from companies like Amazon, that would have been hit by last year's failed head tax. The tax that would have gone to the same type of housing charitable donation, specifically to housing.

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Tuning in this hour, I have a question for you momentarily and not so much a question. Well, I, I guess I do but but of the anniversary, the so the fifty second anniversary of Aleve. Any we'll get to that in a moment. However, now we news today. You may not have heard. Dan Spencer Brighton. England Santa chair twirl the seat cushions finger for eighteen minutes. Fourteen seconds. Yeah. I think what he did that give me the same one again. Yeah, they are. That's all right. Anyhow, he spun a seat cushion. Isn't that great? This is the one I meant to get to is there another creature. That might stand a chance I guess fitting seat. Cushion grants. King of monsters number one of the weekend box office. With forty nine million dollars. Aladdin was second with just under forty two and a half million dollars. Rocket man Ma and John wick. Three. Rounding out the top five. You see those movies. Mark ones. I just mentioned no. Very good. Thank you. The rocket man Elton, John movie. That might be pretty good test dog when he comes into Friday, grandmother and Australia's a hundred and thirty nine thousand dollars richer after last Tuesday's lucky lotteries mega jackpot dry. Getting it to her was a bit problematic. However, entry was registered and officials trying to get a hold of her by phone. No long. She eventually found out when she stopped by the Kingston town lottery.

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters Did Not Fair As. Well As Previous Installment

Leland Conway

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Godzilla: King of the Monsters Did Not Fair As. Well As Previous Installment

"God, villa king of the monsters finished first and North American theaters. But poor reviews and lukewarm interest took its toll that found made forty nine million dollars in ticket sales, which is about half of what the previous Godzilla open within twenty four teen, the new movie, fared better internationally, especially in

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Country music star Kenny Rogers has been admitted to a Georgia hospital for dehydration is, according to his official Twitter account, a statement posted Friday from his team said he would remain there for physical therapy to get his strength back before being discharged statement said the eighty year old singer and actor. Appreciate the well wishes from fans and wanted sure everyone that he plans on sticking around through the years to come there has been much speculation that the music legend is gravely ill in two thousand eighteen he dealt with a serious health issue that forced the country music hall of Famer to pull out of his much anticipated farewell tour. Oh, goodness. Well, I hope he's okay. Love Kenny Rogers, gambler bread one. Good one fact out with sampled once on a Whitecliffe, John and rock song. And the Rog by believe all three of I think all three of them were on it. I could not why cleft did a song with the rock and with Kenny Rogers, they sample, you gotta know when to hold them. No one great it, maybe a little later. Sounds good. Apple is reportedly phasing out its content. Download and streaming service. I tune, CEO Tim cook will unveil a spread of new features geared to move the company's focus away from the iphone starting today at the tech giant worldwide developers conference, one of these changes is getting rid of, I tunes, which has served since two thousand one as the home for users, music, television, and podcast libraries going forward. Three new desktop apps will be unveiled music TV and podcast who house and manage the data this will match this will match the format. Our us on iphones and pads. Yeah. You know it's funny. I read this headline what, and then it was like, yeah. But if you have an iphone you're already living in this reality, and then I was like, oh. Very. Perverse. I was scared us scare. I was like where all my songs go and how will I hear music now? And then they're like, no chill, bro. Quote, Tim cook. And god. Zillah king of monsters, was the king of the weekend box office beating out, Aladdin and Elton John's bio pic. Rocket man Warner Brothers Godzilla brought in just over forty nine million dollars in its North American debut. Disney's Aladdin the live action reboot of the nineteen Ninety-two animated film, brought in more than forty two million in the North American box office in its second week of release, and Paramount's Brockett man. Depicts Elton John's childhood and Ryan's fan came in third bringing in twenty five million dollars. That's it. That's it. Yeah, but you know that's not as much of a listen. Blonde clear blockbuster season. You want to just be throwing popcorn at your face. I mean lifting at there and you want explosions, explo- Johns. That is the latest dirt here from my talk..

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

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Were Lapping Up Custom Cuisine...For Our Dogs

Business Wars Daily

03:24 min | 2 years ago

Were Lapping Up Custom Cuisine...For Our Dogs

"From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily. Happy Friday everyone. Let me ask you something. How much money? Do you spend feeding Fido? Now, if you're anything like the average American it's more than you did last year by close to ten percent believe it or not in general. That's not because the price of dog food shot up either. It's because we love our dogs. A lot pet Industry Research shows that millennials are treating their dogs like their first kids and at the other end of the age scale empty nesters are too. And if there are kids, well, we feed them like we feed ourselves if we won't ingest crummy, processed food, the logic goes, why would we want less than the best for Maxon Sadie? We don't as a result. There's a flurry of interest in fresh food subscription boxes for your pets. The custom created meals. Cater to your golden retrievers every need and your desire to stay out of the pet store. You can get so called human grade dog food from a company called pet plate. Founded in twenty sixteen the company customizes meal plans for your dog, depending on weight age, health, condition, allergies and so forth. The cook fresh meat and vegetable pet meals flash freeze them and deliver them straight to subscribers much like a blue apron or Hello fresh meal kit for humans, minus all the cooking. The company raised four million dollars in equity funding last year and since twenty seventeen pet plate has ship products to three million pet owners at week reports competing with pet plate is a similar service called the farmer's dog fresh food customized for your pup and delivered in batches of single servings. The farmer's dog was one of the first and the biggest to catch the eye of investors. It was founded in twenty fifteen and today has raised forty nine million dollars the other phenomenon responsible for the growth in doggie dining that would be Instagram. Millions of people follow dogs. Of Instagram and other canine hashtags, according to add week dog influencers on Instagram or making very good living showing off everything from diamond studded dog collars to that's right, custom cuisine, whether Instagram influencers will persuade you to get gourmet meals delivered to your door. Plenty of dog owners already have and will the investors ponying up. Millions seem certain that we'll keep treating our canines like our kids, and maybe even better. Let's see how many dog years would it take to do two hundred episodes of business wars daily? I don't know you do the math, but we're at number two hundred happy birthday everyone. From wondering this business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine Appleton, brand Emma, Cortlandt is our editor and producer. Our executive producer is Marshall. Limit created by or non Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown, and we'll see next week with a two hundred and one.

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Got nearly forty nine million dollars from lawmakers what she calls an unprecedented amount, but she says more than half of the one hundred seventy wildfires. They fought already this year west of the cascades. Wildfire strategic plan and our forest health plan, we need a dedicated revenue stream. So we are not year-by-year having to hope and pray that we're going to get the kind of critical investment we need to implement those plans for no Francis. They're doing all they can with what they have Ryan Harris. Komo news. Komo news time three thirty four. Aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours marinas here getting congested on the east side as solid traffic. Southbound four or five through Bellevue begins at five twenty all the way down through Newcastle. Northbound four zero five north of five twenty it'll be slow to eighty fifth and Kirk Lynn, and then it's going to be sluggish up towards totem lake to southbound four zero five in it's actually still a little crowded through Newcastle. Northbound is tough through the Renton S curves. Southbound I five bumper to bumper from northeast eighty fifth across the ship. Cannot bridge down towards Mercer southbound highway ninety nine is slow into and through the tunnel in Seattle northbound I five in Everett those slowdowns begin right around seventy third and will last you off and on up towards highway two and then again crowded up towards the Snohomish river. Southbound I five bumper to bumper from highway eighteen through five down to the port of Tacoma road. Eastbound five twelve slow from Steele street out to golden given road. And there is a collision on highway three in the Belfair area. It's northbound highway three near lake flora road. And that's also affecting southbound you're next KOMO traffic at three forty four update. Sponsored by muckleshoot casino. Muckleshoot is your destination for gaming with more than three thousand gaming machines action packed table games enhanced down the best poker in.

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Top U.S. Law Schools Now Teaching AI Courses

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:13 min | 2 years ago

Top U.S. Law Schools Now Teaching AI Courses

"The top law schools around the country, new A I courses schools, like Columbia, Harvard and Stanford have already introduced courses utilizing AI, how artificial intelligence meets the law after these tech headlines. Tesla CEO Elon Musk made his case for an on-demand robot taxi fleet that he says would begin next year in a presentation to investors early this week in Palo Alto, California. Mr. musk said by the middle of next year, more than one million tesla cars on the road will be able to operate without a human driver. He also expects regulatory approval in at least one market that would enable a robot taxi service by the end of twenty twenty the plan is for tesla owners to push a button on a smartphone app to put their cars into commercial service and pick up riders on the company's network a startup that helps freight carriers manage their fleets is the latest tech company valued by investors at more than one billion dollars. San Francisco based keep truck in has raised one hundred forty nine million dollars to build out its digital freight services offering things like electronic logging devices to reduce fuel usage and monitor how much time truckers spend behind the wheel. Keep trucking also says. It is developing artificial intelligence applications to analyze footage and driving events in real time and the journal says credit card pitches are moving from the mailbox to the social media feed. Several big card issuers recently increased spending on Facebook ads and never to attract new borrowers case in point capital. One and American Express spent an estimated eighteen point six million and thirteen point five million in twenty eighteen capital. One for its part has been paying Instagram and Twitter users with one hundred thousand to one million followers to post photos, manly of restaurant settings. And while growing the ad money is still significantly smaller than what several issuers spent on traditional male pitches Capital One and discover spent three hundred seventy seven million and one hundred ninety six million respectively coming up how students are getting ready to confront emerging legal issues with a I support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation, helping clients apply technologies. Like, cloud, an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte, God com slash look again. US law schools are adding artificial intelligence courses to their curricula in an effort to get students ready to confront the emerging legal issues around artificial intelligence. The Wall Street Journal's JR Waylon has more as official intelligence permeates. Our devices are workplace in society. It's inevitable that the legal responsibility of AI is going to be a growing concern and US law schools have recognized that and they're adding a are related coursework Wall Street Journal reporter Jared council is here with some details. So Jared, Columbia, Stanford and Harvard law schools are among those who have added courses that touch on topics. Yes. Those law schools as well as the law school at the university of Chicago and women Mary university. Somebody schools have already had technology focus kind of courses, you know, touching on internet privacy and things like that. But we started to. Notice that more of these schools are introducing a I focus courses for for their their students who ultimately will be the lawyers and judges and regulators of the future. What's the sort of training that the coursework aims to give these law students? These courses are designed to give these law students exposure to some of the current and potential issues around artificial intelligence and just get them associated with you know, questions that that that might arise like, you know, what what happens when an algorithm violate someone's civil rights or who should be at fault win an autonomous vehicle is involved in an accident with someone and even beyond those types of questions. Artificial intelligence is increasingly being used by regulators for enforcing a law that US patent and technology office and the social security administration. They're all using AI to address. Some of the the the workload and paperwork that they have. And it's raising questions like we'll how come a computer gets a decide which case is seeing and isn't seeing and so these lawyers again, they're not here to answer these questions or come up with with solutions, but just to start exploring some of the the potential issues that might arise this is part of a brave new world that we're in it's possible as you put it in your story that someday a party in a lawsuit could be represented by machine. Yeah. Speaking with professor at the university of Chicago and Anthony, Casey. And he he he mentioned that it's it's not far fetched that we could have systems that that that one day will automatically create contracts, and you know, potentially represent parties in a lawsuit and even be parties to a lawsuit there. There's already algorithms today that are that are creating music, and who has the copyrights to that music who gets paid. From the world tease. You know, all of these questions are starting to come about. And Yale Law School was one of the pioneers in this area. They offered AI related courses as far back as two thousand fourteen and a Stanford law. Professor you spoke with said, it's important to get future lawyers technologists in the same room because there's a lot for them to discuss there's been this divide. If you will where the the lawyers don't really understand the underlying technology, and how it works, and you know, what is a machine learning algorithm. And on the flip side, the the computer scientists aren't really thinking about some of the legal implications of the way, they design their their system. So the idea Stanford and even some other schools is to get them in the same room. So they can start discussing these issues, and and maybe come up with ideas at the other of their group. Didn't think of couldn't think of

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"The judge and chop was like the day, fellas. This ain't over yet. Well, he's got some pretty sticky situations he is not going to get out of this one. No. That's exactly doors of Justice slammed on the national debt. My friends hitting a new record high with the Treasury Department's daily statement. Reach twenty you true. Twenty two trillion dollars. It is projected that. This year's deficit will be almost nine hundred billion dollars more than fifteen percent higher than last year. We hit a trillion. Can you look that up? Sean, I know that information exists because I remember as a big deal when we hit a trillion twenty two trillion twenty trillion we have added five hundred forty nine million dollars to the debt since we went on the air this morning, a half a billion half a billion dollars since we've been on. I believe my math is correct on a couple of hours. According to the first Google search result, October twenty second nineteen Eighty-one trillion. Sounds about right. Wow. Nineteen Eighty-one nine hundred twenty two trillion keep in mind that Brock Obama doubled the national debt under his eight years in the Donald J Trump administration is added to trillion more. Yeah. We'll we'll take a look for fun because the how it for fun. It's a good time. How it ramped up so quickly in the last decade is amazing. Oh, yeah. I have the numbers behind the numbers, and they will make you militant or give. No, nobody cares. Sorry. All I can say that. We'll we'll talk about the car payments. We'll talk about how much money most people have we get the government that reflects our own lifestyles. It'll make you convert to Quaker ISM see I can say anything I want Gaylon, and you can write an optimistic note for servicemembers apple has announced it is working with the VA to make veterans health records accessible on their iphones. When the feature launches those getting care from the VA, he'll be able to view their health records in the health app on their phones. Medical information will also be organized together by data include things like allergies conditions lab results, medications and vitals, apple says the data. The information.

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Or any of these people they are going to find a way to get out of it. What are you say? I say you think I didn't see that one coming. So the way that this is written is to say first of all gonna tax all your assets wherever located around the globe. So if you were planning to move them to Switzerland or some island, then make any difference. They are all going to be taxed and by the way, there was like twenty countries that did this. They're now down to four because they realize it doesn't work and many people smarter than her had said. Oh, yeah. We're gonna catch you. And then they can't then they can't because what they do is they take they start putting things in certain trust. Dropping it down to forty nine million dollars or twenty nine million or wherever you decide to have that threshold. Or they move it off shores and shells that you just can't. Fine. No. Well, they should pay their fair share. Understand that for a lot of people that always say, they should pay their fair share. They're not the ones paying. They're the ones who want them to pay something, right? That is it does drive me crazy. And it's funny. The other day somebody talked about how this has become a class thing against Trump. I c class warfare going on all the time demonizing big time demonizing talking about how you know. I mean, you had somebody Cossio Cortes thing. How immoral it is for for somebody to be a billionaire and then warrants coming out and saying we're gonna have a wealth tax? And then she says it has a very high rate of monitoring of auditing so rich people on the ultra millionaire tax. So we're going to be out there count and watching them. Remember when? You hear how greedy people who are successful. Are that people? That's the easy thing to say. It's all about greed that the greediest people you will find are located in a small area. In the district of Columbia, and what they want more than anything else is your money. It's to use that money to the opportunity for the rest of America over the next decade. We could produce just short of three trillion dollars. That's the kind of money where we could pay for childcare for all of our kids. It's the kind of money where we could do real relief on student loan, dad. We could make a real start on a green new deal. We could bring down the cost of healthcare. It's the tiny money where you give somebody else in this economy a chance a government. That's not just working for the tippy top. Well, why don't you just go take it? There you go. Just go take it. And trust me. They would love to figure out a way to do that. A lot of them would not all of them. But there's a lot of them out there that would love to figure out a way. How could we do that? What could we do? How could we Macron tried all kinds of stuff at all? He saw and I continue to tell people this. The wealthy can move. They can leave their mobile. They are. They'll move. They'll figure it out. You saw so many French people. You know, what they did they stole move ride across the border into Belgium. What? They'll figure it out. They will. I think the best thing to do is say look here. It is. It's twenty percent up until million. If you want thirty percent over if you really want to do it just do do a flat twenty five percent period case closed. There you go. And there's no right off. There's nothing. This is what you pay for business. It's this. There's no write offs. We move on with their lives. See how much we collect that way. They'll figure it out three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. Love hearing from you. But she had a box. You can eat like a king, even if you not rich with Bushehr box. I love my bet your box. In fact, I love it so much that I went out and bought a new grille because I just didn't think the old grill. I just didn't think it did the meat service. I looked at it and say diet, you you need better. It's incredible delivered to your door every month. Guaranteed to be humanely raised no antibiotics best beef and around period. Case close best pork best chicken. And now they've got Alaskan wild salmon from Bristol bay, Alaska, sustainably harvested, salmon. It's amazing no antibiotics, no hormones grass fed and finished. I mean, you're gonna get the best of the best with cuts like you cannot believe in it's less than six bucks a meal, and it's free shipping..

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"You pass this, and you try to go to Wilbur Ross's assets or you try to come after Donald Trump's assets or any of these people they are going to find a way to get out of it. What are you say? I say you think I didn't see that one coming. So the way that this is written is to say first of all gonna tax all your assets wherever located around the globe. So if you were planning to move them to Switzerland or some island, then make any difference. They are all going to be taxed and by the way, there was like twenty countries that did this. They're now down to four because they realize it doesn't work and many people smarter than her have said. Oh, yeah. We're gonna catch you, and they can't then they can't because what they do is they take they start putting things in certain trust. Dropping it down to forty nine million dollars or twenty nine million or wherever you decide to have that threshold. Or they move it off shores and shells that you just can't. Fine. Well, they should pay their fair share. Understand that for a lot of people that always say, they should pay their fair share. They're not the ones paying. They're the ones who want them to pay something. Right. That is it does drive me crazy. And it's funny. The other day somebody talked about how this has become a class thing against Trump. I c class warfare going on all the time demonizing big time demonizing talking about how you know. I mean, you had somebody Cossio Cortez saying how immoral it is for for somebody to be a billionaire and then warrants coming out and say, we're gonna have a wealth tax. And then she says at it has a fairy high rate of monitoring of auditing so rich people on the ultra millionaire tax. So we're going to be out there counting and watching up. Remember when? You hear how greedy people who are successful. Are that people? That's the easy thing to say. It's all about greed that the greediest people you will find are located in a small area. In the district of Columbia, and what they want more than anything else is your money. It's to use that money to the opportunity for the rest of America over the next decade. We could produce just short of three trillion dollars. That's the kind of money where we could pay for childcare for all of our kids. It's the kind of money where we could do real relief on student loan debt. We could make a real start on age green new deal. We could bring down the cost of healthcare. It's the tiny money where he gives somebody else in this economy a chance a government. That's not just working for the tippy top. Why don't you just go take it? There you go just go take it. You and trust me. They would love to figure out a way to do that. A lot of them would not all of them. But there's a lot of them out there that would love to figure out a way. How could we do that? What could we do? How could we Macron tried all kinds of stuff and all he saw and I continue to tell people this. The wealthy can move. They can leave their mobile. They are. They'll move. They'll figure it out you sell so many French people, you know, what they did. These don't move ride across the border into Belgium. What? Figured it out. They will. I think the best thing to do is say look here. It is. It's twenty percent up until million. If you want thirty percent over if you really want to do it just to do a flat twenty-five percent period case closed. There you go. And there's no right off. There's nothing. This is what you pay for business. It's this. There's no write offs. We move on with their lives sandwich. Recollect that way. They'll figure it out three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter tweet at us. Love hearing from you. But shared a box. You can eat like a king not rich with Butch box. I love my bet your box. In fact, I love it so much that I went out and bought a new grill. Because I just didn't think the old grill. I just didn't think it did the meat service. I looked at it and say, I don't die..

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Or any of these people they are going to find a way to get out of it. What did you say? I say you think I didn't see that one coming. So the way that this is written is to say first of all going to tax all your assets wherever located around the globe. So if you were planning to move them to Switzerland or some island doesn't make any difference. They are all going to be taxed and by the way, there was like twenty countries that did this. They're now down to four because they realize it doesn't work and many people smarter than her have said. Oh, yeah. Well, we're going to catch you. And then they can't didn't they can't. Because what they do is. They take they start putting things in certain trust. Dropping it down to forty nine million dollars or twenty nine million or wherever you decide to have that threshold. Or they move it off shores and shells that you just can't. Fine. No. Well, they should pay their fair share. Understand that for a lot of people that always say, they should pay their fair share. They're not the ones paying. They're the ones who want them to pay something. Right. That is it does drive me crazy. And it's funny. The other day somebody talked about how this has become a class thing against Trump. I c class warfare going on all the time demonizing big time demonizing talking about how you know. I mean, you had somebody Cossio Cortez thing. How immoral it is for for somebody to be a billionaire and then warrants coming out and saying we're gonna have a wealth tax? And then she says at it has a very high rate of monitoring of auditing so rich people on the ultra millionaire tax. So we're going to be out there counting and watching them. Remember when? You hear how greedy people who are successful. Are that people? That's the easy thing to say. It's all about greed that the greediest people you will find are located in a small area. In the district of Columbia, and what they want more than anything else is your money. It's to use that money to the opportunity for the rest of America over the next decade. We could produce just short of three trillion dollars. That's the kind of money where we could pay for childcare for all of our kids. It's the kind of money where we could do real relief on student loan debt. We could make a real start on a green new deal. We could bring down the cost of healthcare. It's the tiny money for he gives somebody else in this economy a chance a government. That's not just working for the tippy top. Well, why don't you just go take it? There you go just go take it. And trust me. They would love to figure out a way to do that. A lot of them would that all of them. But there's a lot of them out there. They would love to figure out a way. How could we do that? What could we do? How could we Macron tried all kinds of stuff at all? He saw and I continue to tell people this. The wealthy can move. They can leave their mobile. They are. They'll move. They'll figure it out you still so many French people, you know, what they did. Move ride across the border into Belgium. What? They'll figure it out. They will. I think the best thing to do is say look here. It is. It's twenty percent up until million. If you want thirty percent over if you really want to do what just do do a flat twenty five percent period case closed. There you go. And there's no right off. There's nothing. This is what you pay for business this. There's no right offs. We move on with their lives sandwich. We collect that way. The figure it out three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three. At Chad Benson show is your Twitter tweet at us. Love hearing from you. But shared a box. You can eat like a king not rich with Butchart box. I love my your box. In fact, I love it so much that I went out and bought a new grille because I just didn't think the old grill. I just didn't think it did the meat service. I looked at it. I don't die you. You're you need better. It's incredible delivered to your door every month guaranteed. Humanely raised no antibiotics best beef and round period. Case closed best pork best chicken. And now they've got Alaskan wild salmon from Bristol bay Alaska sustainably harvest, salmon. It's amazing no antibiotics, no hormones grass fed and finished. I mean, you're going to get the best of the best with cuts like you cannot believe in it's less than six bucks a meal, and it's free shipping..

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"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine million dollars" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment

"Hateful fear-driven wall that the tax payers were told would be covered. By Mexico Republicans have long hoped they wouldn't be forced to fund that wall. And at least seven House Republicans have broken ranks and voted with Democrats to reopen the government without money for this wall. But there's is the party of Trump and Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell has been mostly out of sight withdrawn into his shell not commenting on the shutdown or taking part in the talks to end it because not giving an inch. He believes we'll give Trump the best possible outcome like the president or Republican leader of the Senate sees no urgency to ending the shutdown. There is urgency. However among the eight hundred thousand federal workers who are wondering figuratively. If not literally where their next meal is coming from or at least the next paycheck, which was to have arrived tomorrow, it won't will those workers be able to pay the combined two hundred forty nine million dollars in mortgage payments that are coming due this month. And what will that do to the economy Bank of America is worried and it has downgraded its estimate of US economic growth. FDA inspectors have stopped inspecting our food and gone home. The FDA says it hopes to bring back enough inspectors to at least keep an eye on the easily, contaminated foods like spinach Romain lettuce sea food and soft cheeses next week. Hundreds of TSA agents are calling in sick. They say that's because they cannot afford commuting and parking without a paycheck. It actually appears to be a protest against working without pay again about one hundred seventy a day are now out at New York somewhat busy Kennedy airport. These TSA screeners some TSA screeners are resigning over the shutdown their union chief says this will definitely affect the flying public. There is urgency. Among the thirty eight million Americans who are getting fewer food stamps and soon perhaps none the money runs out next month, and that'll hurt grocery stores as well as hungry Americans the USDA which helped manage everyone's food supply has been shut..

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College football season second half bold predictions

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:12 min | 3 years ago

College football season second half bold predictions

"Winning Auburn, losing Georgia, going down, LSU knocking off seemingly everyone, but Florida. And then there's the Gus. Gus malzahn told us Friday night in Auburn, a new season begins tomorrow. Well, the way it went. I don't think they want that type of season. So have we seen this horror movie before? Yes, we have preseason rank in fifteen and twelve. Of course, the Gus bus was not there in twelve that was the Chizik bus, but nevertheless fall from grace like you wouldn't believe. So where does it go? I think we all know the situation. Gus malzahn new contract courtesy of president. Stephen lease last December, seven years. Forty, nine million dollars. The buyout is thirty. Two million Auburn fans be acceptable to that. Will they embrace Gus malzahn. We'll find out as we go throughout the rest of the season. And what about those barking? Dogs? Darrow quit the show last week and the dog just had no fight. Nightmare in death valley. Seem pretty similar to the Auburn game last year and on the planes Kirby smart where you got, obviously we didn't play our best football game today. Now, responsibility starts and files of me thought LSU did a hell of a job. Their quarterback played really well. He got him in the right place on a lot of run checks, and we didn't tackle rule well defensively, which we've seen before and then I'll festively. We couldn't get any rhythm in the second quarter, and it's frustrating all day. We had some plays where we miss them opportunities, but we didn't make plays when we had to. And it would probably lost the kicking gang for the first time too. And that's not indicative of who we are, but I don't want to take anything away from new coach, Ron. They did a tremendous job. Their fans had a tremendous environment, and we got a standard at Georgia. We play too, and we didn't do that today. The good news is we get an opportunity to go out and get to work and get better. Okay. The well, the east is certainly up for grabs now and Florida, Georgia. In two weeks, the world's smallest can't say it. We're not allowed to. So Georgia is reeling did curvy smart, make the right move by sticking with Jake from many are wondering, many are questioning that we saw a little bit of fields not enough Cording to some Georgia fans that I know, but that's why we are here, and we will spend the next four hours talking about all of those situations. But, oh, forgot the Heisman winner. Aggravated. His knee again. Is parents went into the medical tent, like the way that zipper goes up and down there. No one gets in in here, come Mr. and MRs looking. Okay. And in the end to a was, okay, he's been cleared to go back to the practice field today, so, but they're still worry after all your backups only Jalen hurts. Anyway,

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Jim Rupe, Pulmonary Valve and Schwarzenegger discussed on The Richard Eeds Show

The Richard Eeds Show

00:49 sec | 4 years ago

Jim Rupe, Pulmonary Valve and Schwarzenegger discussed on The Richard Eeds Show

"In los angeles area hospital after open heart surgery correspondent jim rupe it was a planned procedure to replace a pulmonary valve that was originally done back in nineteen ninetyseven the replacement valve was never meant to be permanent according to daniel kettle a spokesman for schwarzenegger it was always known he'd have to have the replacement replaced he says there was a medical team standing by in case something went wrong during surgery but there were no complications and schwarzenegger is resting comfortably guinness flowing an irish pubs and a good friday for the first time in ninety years lines of people were reported as pubs opened at seven am today the serve beer and booze thanks to legislation that overturned the nineteen twenty seven ban on bars being open and alcohol sales on good friday the vintners federation of ireland welcome the change saying it would add forty nine million dollars in annual sales i'm caves.

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