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As COVID-19 Vaccines Ship, One Company Brings Innovation to the Vials
"Chris thanks for joining us dan. It's a pleasure to be here. We're gonna talk about two of the many logistical challenges vaccine producers face getting their products to patients that your company s i o two material sciences dressing the this involves the vials needed to transport. The vaccines in the syringe is needed to deliver them. Perhaps we can begin with the demand where facing how many vials and syringes are expected to be delivered needed to deliver covid. Nineteen vaccines and. They're a ready supply. Well as you may or may not know. There's obviously a lot of glass that's on the market today supporting A variety drug products. And of course the new the new covert back endemic is is really accelerated that need and And i think you've if you around the internet you'll find that there's There indeed a shortage of glass and and certainly the government and and And other agencies are looking for alternatives or or at least a a short term for addressing. These needs and we are. We're unique in the fact that We can scale up very very quickly and We can add additional capacity to address the short-term need this has obviously been infused by government money. We were lucky enough to get a grant from the government To the tune of one hundred forty three million dollars months ago a few months ago. And we've since gone from a capacity of about ten million miles are per year to upwards of forty. I'm sorry one hundred forty or or more million miles per year and that's a pretty Pretty quick a ramp up Supply of vials. And we can do that. Because of our technology very difficult for glasmann factors to add that digital capacity in the short term Because you got to build a brand new plan and typically that could take one or two years to do that. So we've added taken our plant from ten million to one hundred four hundred fifty million vials per year Basically within three or four months. And that's what makes us so attractive to To the us government and obviously other other entities that earn just seeing addressing this supply demand for glass. The company lost a line of specialty byles for biological drugs and vaccines at the end of april. You had already entered the pharmaceutical space but efforts to target the vaccine market. Were new to what extent this come response to the covid nineteen pandemic. Well yeah before. Before the summer we were targeting Drugs known as biologics. And i think all of us have Have no somebody who biologic drug Whether it be humira or and brow or or whole variety of other drugs that are on the market for a variety of different ailments and diseases So we were. We're in the midst of of Supplying and again ramping up capacity for our customers and we have many in the space but certainly the covid Pandemic really changed things for us. In in a very big way. I we could not of of A ramped up so quickly without does this massive demand and That's really been the motivation for hiring a an additional two hundred fifty additional folks since Since summer adding on the oldest additional capacity we bought additional buildings here in auburn alabama. Where we're headquartered in order to to handle this and um we've got contracts with maderna's well as other companies to supply these files this The serious endemic wins With how significant is the need. And what's the opportunity for the company. Oh it's astronomical obviously it's This was a bit of a blessing in disguise for us As a as primary patching company for pharmaceutical products. Obviously we really appreciate The ability to play a a really significant role in addressing this This pandemic in as you indicated we do that but by supplying primary containers whether the vial or syringe to to historian administer the vaccine and It is really propelled our business in a big big way. I mean i don't think we could certainly didn't have had no plans of this happening Nobody could foresee it last year at this at the same time and Our whole focus right now is addressing this short term need and And at the same time we're obviously managing all those other customers for For variety of other ailments With with baligian drugs but this is our primary focus certainly in the next six months to twelve months. This is our primary focus to deliver on this. Are there problems or limitations with traditional glasser plastic containers.
Amid glass shortage, Si02 scales up hybrid vial manufacturing for vaccine rollout
"Approval. The focus has been on the safety and efficacy of candidates. Now that vaccines have been approved. Attention has been shifting to the complex logistical challenges of manufacturing distributing and delivering vaccines to patients. The process has opened up visibility. Too many aspects of the supply chain that are usually taken for granted one of those aspects of the violence used to store vaccines and the threat that a shortage of glass bottles could cripple distribution efforts. S i o to material sciences which one hundred and forty three million dollar. Us government contract for vials and syringes is applying semiconductor technology to create plastic containers with a nano coating of glass inside. We spoke to christopher wildcard head of scientific affairs and chief scientist for as i o to material sciences about the considerations that go into a vaccine vial. The technology s i o two is using and why it offers advantages over traditional glass and plastic containers. Chris thanks for joining us dan. It's a pleasure to be here. We're gonna talk about two of the many logistical challenges vaccine producers face getting their products to patients that your company s i o two material sciences dressing the this involves the vials needed to transport. The vaccines in the syringe is needed to deliver them. Perhaps we can begin with the demand where facing how many vials and syringes are expected to be delivered needed to deliver covid. Nineteen vaccines and. They're a ready supply. Well as you may or may not know. There's obviously a lot of glass that's on the market today supporting A variety drug products. And of course the new the new covert back endemic is is really accelerated that need and And i think you've if you around the internet you'll find that there's There indeed a shortage of glass and and certainly the government and and And other agencies are looking for alternatives or or at least a a short term for addressing. These needs and we are. We're unique in the fact that We can scale up very very quickly and We can add additional capacity to address the short-term need this has obviously been infused by government money. We were lucky enough to get a grant from the government To the tune of one hundred forty three million dollars months ago a few months ago. And we've since gone from a capacity of about ten million miles are per year to upwards of forty. I'm sorry one hundred forty or or more million miles per year and that's a pretty Pretty quick a ramp up Supply of vials. And we can do that. Because of our technology very difficult for glasmann factors to add that digital capacity in the short term Because you got to build a brand new plan and typically that could take one or two years to do that. So we've added taken our plant from ten million to one hundred four hundred fifty million vials per year Basically within three or four months. And that's what makes us so attractive to To the us government and obviously other other entities that earn just seeing addressing this supply demand for glass. The company lost a line of specialty
Amid glass shortage, Si02 scales up hybrid vial manufacturing for vaccine rollout
"As potential vaccines for covid nineteen approached approval. The focus has been on the safety and efficacy of candidates. Now that vaccines have been approved. Attention has been shifting to the complex logistical challenges of manufacturing distributing and delivering vaccines to patients. The process has opened up visibility. Too many aspects of the supply chain that are usually taken for granted one of those aspects of the violence used to store vaccines and the threat that a shortage of glass bottles could cripple distribution efforts. S i o to material sciences which one hundred and forty three million dollar. Us government contract for vials and syringes is applying semiconductor technology to create plastic containers with a nano coating of glass inside. We spoke to christopher wildcard head of scientific affairs and chief scientist for as i o to material sciences about the considerations that go into a vaccine vial. The technology s i o two is using and why it offers advantages over traditional glass and plastic containers. Chris thanks for joining us dan. It's a pleasure to be here. We're gonna talk about two of the many logistical challenges vaccine producers face getting their products to patients that your company s i o two material sciences dressing the this involves the vials needed to transport. The vaccines in the syringe is needed to deliver them. Perhaps we can begin with the demand where facing how many vials and syringes are expected to be delivered needed to deliver covid. Nineteen vaccines and. They're a ready supply. Well as you may or may not know. There's obviously a lot of glass that's on the market today supporting A variety drug products. And of course the new the new covert back endemic is is really accelerated that need and And i think you've if you around the internet you'll find that there's There indeed a shortage of glass and and certainly the government and and And other agencies are looking for alternatives or or at least a a short term for addressing. These needs and we are. We're unique in the fact that We can scale up very very quickly and We can add additional capacity to address the short-term need this has obviously been infused by government money. We were lucky enough to get a grant from the government To the tune of one hundred forty three million dollars months ago a few months ago. And we've since gone from a capacity of about ten million miles are per year to upwards of forty. I'm sorry one hundred forty or or more million miles per year and that's a pretty Pretty quick a ramp up Supply of vials. And we can do that. Because of our technology very difficult for glasmann factors to add that digital capacity in the short term Because you got to build a brand new plan and typically that could take one or two years to do that. So we've added taken our plant from ten million to one hundred four hundred fifty million vials per year Basically within three or four months. And that's what makes us so attractive to To the us government and obviously other other entities that earn just seeing addressing this supply demand for
Amid glass shortage, Si02 scales up hybrid vial manufacturing for vaccine rollout
"As potential vaccines for covid nineteen approached approval. The focus has been on the safety and efficacy of candidates. Now that vaccines have been approved. Attention has been shifting to the complex logistical challenges of manufacturing distributing and delivering vaccines to patients. The process has opened up visibility. Too many aspects of the supply chain that are usually taken for granted one of those aspects of the violence used to store vaccines and the threat that a shortage of glass bottles could cripple distribution efforts. S i o to material sciences which one hundred and forty three million dollar. Us government contract for vials and syringes is applying semiconductor technology to create plastic containers with a nano coating of glass inside. We spoke to christopher wildcard head of scientific affairs and chief scientist for as i o to material sciences about the considerations that go into a vaccine vial. The technology s i o two is using and why it offers advantages over traditional glass and plastic containers. Chris thanks for joining us dan. It's a pleasure to be here. We're gonna talk about two of the many logistical challenges vaccine producers face getting their products to patients that your company s i o two material sciences dressing the this involves the vials needed to transport. The vaccines in the syringe is needed to deliver them. Perhaps we can begin with the demand where facing how many vials and syringes are expected to be delivered needed to deliver covid. Nineteen vaccines and. They're a ready supply. Well as you may or may not know. There's obviously a lot of glass that's on the market today supporting A variety drug products. And of course the new the new covert back endemic is is really accelerated that need and And i think you've if you around the internet you'll find that there's There indeed a shortage of glass and and certainly the government and and And other agencies are looking for alternatives or or at least a a short term for addressing. These needs and we are. We're unique in the fact that We can scale up very very quickly and We can add additional capacity to address the short-term need this has obviously been infused by government money. We were lucky enough to get a grant from the government To the tune of one hundred forty three million dollars months ago a few months ago. And we've since gone from a capacity of about ten million miles are per year to upwards of forty. I'm sorry one hundred forty or or more million miles per year and that's a pretty Pretty quick a ramp up Supply of vials. And we can do that. Because of our technology very difficult for glasmann factors to add that digital capacity in the short term Because you got to build a brand new plan and typically that could take one or two years to do that. So we've added taken our plant from ten million to one hundred four hundred fifty million vials per year Basically within three or four months. And that's what makes us so attractive to To the us government and obviously other other entities that earn just seeing addressing this supply demand
Boston: Judge Hears Arguments In $143 Million Columbia Gas Explosions Settlement Offer
"Court hearing today in Essex Superior Court where they could get final approval of a hundred and forty three million dollar settlement involving Columbia gas a lawsuit was brought against the utility in connection with the twenty eighteen Merrimack valley gas explosions it was preliminarily approved by a judge in October in court today Lawrence mayor Dan Rivera spoke against the settlement saying he believes lawyers in the case are getting too much money and the victims out of the
Tesla passes $100 billion, teeing up big payout for Musk
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Tesla hits a milestone Tesla is now valued at more than Ford and General Motors combined Tesla shares rose another four point one percent Wednesday pushing the market value of the electric vehicle and solar panel maker to over one hundred billion dollars Tesla shares have tripled since last may Tesla has yet to reach profitability and it lost one point one billion dollars during the first half of last year but in the third quarter the company posted a surprising profit of one hundred forty three million dollars the company will report fourth quarter results on January twenty ninth
Trump campaign hauls in $46 million in fourth quarter
"Tell me how much money they have offered a site in the fourth quarter and Yang says he's brought in sixteen point five million the Bernie Sanders campaign says it is brought into lots and lots of money as well and then there's the president he's profit forty six million in the fourth quarter which raises his fund raising total to a hundred and forty three million dollars are coming up into the election for next year so whatever is he the Democrat members I was compared to what the president has done so far and uniformly the president's swamps of them now you have Bernie Sanders now all mounting his stunning fourth quarter hole as the so socialist is closing in on a hundred million
FTC Reports it Stopped Student Loan Debt Relief Scheme that Allegedly Bilked Consumers out of Millions
"The Federal Trade Commission says it's received a court order to stop an operation that allegedly falsely promised student loan debt relief the FTC says a reef financial group and its related companies charged any legal up front the of almost two thousand dollars and monthly fees on top of that it would then contact the borrowers loan servicer and place their loans into temporary forbearance or deferment status often without the borrowers permission or knowledge meanwhile borrowers were sending a wreath money every month but the company said would be used to pay off the loans but the FTC says are read just kept the money it says the company has generated at least forty three million dollars since it began the scheme and early twenty
Alibaba's Singles' Day sales on track for record
"Alibaba's singles day has already pulled in more than twenty four billion dollars and is on track to break last year's thirty billion dollar hall the retail blitz that regularly Brax up bigger sales numbers than Black Friday and cyber Monday combined will come to a close today China's biggest E. commerce company kicked off presales three weeks ago with Estee Lauder bringing in a record of one hundred and forty three million dollars in pre orders while apple sold fourteen million worth of iPhone elevens this year's holiday comes with the added pressure from China slowing economy and the trade war with the United
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Morning in the trial of the man suspected of murdering a nine year old girl and dumping her body along the Courtney Campbell causeway five years ago Granville Richie is accused of killing Felicia Williams after she went to an apartment with a friend in temple terrace in twenty fourteen friend left for a couple of hours and returned to find Williams missing the girl was found naked on the north side of the causeway by a passer by investigators say she had been strangled raped and struck in the head a hospital in Saint Petersburg could be receiving a large fine from Florida's agency for healthcare administration Johns Hopkins all children's hospital faces a potential penalty of eight hundred thousand dollars a possible fine comes after an investigation showed an increase in deaths and complications of the heart surgery department heart surgeries are now suspended at the hospital they've already agreed to nearly forty three million dollars in settlements with families affected by the issues. a trial of the woman who managed to sneak under president trump's South Florida state goes on trial today jury selection is scheduled to start at the federal courthouse in west Palm Beach for the prosecution of using Chang she's the woman who traveled from China and is charged with lying to secret service agents in order to enter Mar a Lago while president trump was vacationing agents would arrest her and confiscate a number of cell phones a computer and other electronic devices though she is not being charged with espionage prosecutors have filed confidential evidence they say affects national security in Miami Evan brown at newsradio WFLA as hurricane Dorian loomed off the coast of Florida for days residents were also dealing with price gouging across the state Attorney General actually moody's office received nearly three thousand complaints of price gouging eighty percent about gas and water prices now moody is warning those who are trying to.
Respiratory ailments hit in Amazon as Brazil spurns G-7 aid
"News Brazil rejects an offer of forty three million dollars in aid to fight Amazon wildfires from the G. seven western democracies apparently it's personal resilient president Balsan RO question whether offers of aid or a plot to exploit Amazon resources Paulson RO says French president the crown called him a liar and must apologize before Brazil accepts
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Is an agriculture company which competes with the likes of archer Daniels Midland and Tyson foods and Bungie North America has long been based in west Saint Louis county but just announced buggies world headquarters he's leaving New York state and moving to the Saint Louis metro area Bungie CEO dark Gregory heck men in a statement says that Saint Louis is become a hub for food agriculture animal health and plant science organizations and customers and he says being in the middle of all of this will help Bungie be more efficient what about Joe Bob's a spokeswoman says some will move from New York state and there may also be rolls combined Chesterfield's building right now in buggies Chesterfield building houses five hundred twenty five workers with room I'm told for seven hundred and fifty in all the headquarters move from New York to Saint Louis is expected to be done by the middle of next year live in the newsroom Michael Calhoun singles as newsradio KMOX game Alexis time five oh six we are going to reassess the situation Thursday morning but they fell to rest assured that we would have no problem being able to open school for opening day on Monday that's granite city superintendent James Greenwald so summer will be extended by a few days due to yesterday's massive rainfall Greenwald tells came Alexx parents have been notified no classes this Thursday for granite city high in Coolidge junior high you can't argue with mother nature so to speak and it is more rain than I have seen in a single storm for a long long time well green wall doesn't have a dollar figure yet on the damage he says the high schools damage was extensive St Louis is one of five cities in Missouri taking part in a pilot program aimed at reducing overcrowding in jails Michael Barrett is the director of Missouri's public defender system it healthcare Mike's texting dependents about court dates will save the state money on people seem to think that they are not showing up for the court date because they're out committing new offenses well we have seen is that largely they don't have their life together and if I require as a professional email or text messages from my optometrist by general Kerr position that I have an upcoming appointment why can't they receive text messages that they have an upcoming court appointment the texture minders are provided through up trust in there it says there's been tremendous success in other cities when the program was put in place he estimates Missouri ohs local jails some forty three million dollars holding people waiting.
NFL, Cowboys And Tyler Boyd discussed on Ferrall On The Bench
"From the NFL the cowboys are reportedly planning on releasing wide receiver Allen Hearns the bangles and why now Tyler Boyd have agreed to a contract extension for four years and forty three million dollars Vikings quarterback Holton hill is been suspended by the NFL for the second time in three months after being suspended for four games for violating the league's policy on PT's in April hill was banned another four games after substance abuse violation and on the eve of training camp the Redskins have cut linebacker Mason foster who led the team in tackles
Tyler Boyd, Bengals Reportedly Agree to 4-Year, $43M Contract Extension
"News from the NFL the bangles are signing receiver Tyler Boyd to a four year forty three million dollar extension through the twenty twenty three season the New York Giants sign top draft pick quarterback Daniel Jones to a four year twenty five point six million dollar deal and that contract is fully guaranteed including the sixteen point seven million dollars signing
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"She also the statistics from time to time on Sunday. Baseball, sarah. How you doing today? I'm doing great. How are you doing great? We're all sort of processing, this information about Craig kimbrel signing with Chicago Cubs. A three year forty three million dollar agreement if he passes, the physical, what'd you think of the signing. Yeah, I mean, I think it makes a lot of sense for the cubs obviously, the whole narrative with the way free agency went for him and Dallas who were still waiting on as you know, personally, I just wish these guys have been able to sign. These teams have been willing to sign them earlier, actually during the offseason, but I think it makes a lot of sense for the cubs, especially how their Balkan has walked this season. They've already blown I believe it's eleven saves this year. They blew nineteen saves all of last year. So it was clearly an east, you know there were a bunch of teams that needed it, and another one, actually blue there. The game yesterday the twins. And I think that that was a lot of the narrative surrounding there. But I think the cubs makes a lot of sense and they got a pretty good deal for him. Honestly, based on what's reported. It's very interesting about the fact that the twins were involved. You do wonder if the fact that the twins have a stranglehold on the American League central affected their aggressiveness in the Kimbrell talks because they know is we sit here today that they're going to be in the postseason. All right. Let's play the numbers game. Number three number three zero. That's how many runs Jason Vargas allowed last night. In a complete nine inning outing. He threw a hundred seventeen pitches last night after not going more than ninety eight in any other start this season. It was his first shutout since June second seventeen with the royals against the Indians, which really feels like a long time ago. And if you remember Noah Syndergaard through shutout for the Mets on may second my birthday, which means that the Mets have two individuals shutouts this year, the last time that they had to. Two was twenty thirteen from John niece, and Matt Harvey time has very much past the last time that they had more than two shutouts from individual pitchers season was twenty twelve when they had five two from Johan Santana and three from RA Dicky's. So I mean, this is, you know, I think we expected this out of the Mets pitching staff in past years, and obviously with degrom and all of that. But they've two shutouts and they came from Syndergaard and Jason Vargas. I don't think anyone would have even picked that entering the year. Number two. Number two, is twenty six. That's how many RBI Austin Riley has so far in his career. That's twenty six RBI in just nineteen career games. If that sounds like a lot, it is his twenty six RBI in nineteen. Kirk games is tied with Mandy Brooks for the most RBI by a player in his first nineteen Kerr games since RBI became an official stat in nineteen. Twenty and just so you know, in case you don't recognize the name Mandy Brooks, which I didn't initially Brooks debuted in nineteen twenty five. So we're talking about something that we hadn't seen in more than ninety years, Riley, sitting three twenty two year with a one. Oh, six nine PS is a fifty four percent hard hit rate, which is top ten in a major since he debuted on may fifteenth. He's absolutely crushing for the Braves. Number one. Number one is eleven. That's how many home runs. Gary Sanchez has this season with an exit philosophy hundred ten miles an hour or more, which is the most in the majors, nobody else has more than eight such home runs. Sanchez had his nineteenth home run of the season last year giving him one more Homer in forty two games. Then he had all of last year in eighty nine games his career high since that's now what we're looking at is thirty three and twenty seventeen and he's absolutely just crushing the ball. He is a seven thirteen expected, slugging percentage, which is based on exit. Philosophy and launch angle. Basically quality of contact the only player with a higher expected slugging percentage. This year is Cody Bellinger, at seven thirty two. Which I mean sounds right based on what we've seen..
Cubs reach deal with 7-time All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel
"Did you know the cubs are third in major league baseball with eleven blown saves third worst when it comes to blown saves in baseball eleven of them just for a second there think about how different their record could look if they didn't blow half of those games. Let's say they only have five blown saves. You're talking about already getting to forty wins being among the best, not just in the National League. But in major league baseball. And so to address this issue. Theo Epstein of the cubs goes out and finally gives Craig kimbrel. A new home Craig kimbrel who wanted to be a hundred million dollar man has settled, I'm using air quotations here. He settled for a three year deal option for a fourth forty three million dollars. Was it worth the seven-month awake? Well, only Craig kimbrel cancer that question. Seven months of free agency probably a ton of angst. But he'll earn ten billion to go through the rest of this season with the Chicago Cubs, and then fifteen million dollars each in twenty twenty and then twenty twenty one. It's I think a huge bargain for the cubs. When you consider what he was asking for right? Part of the reason that he was unsigned for so long is because it's asking price. He wanted it to be seven figures seven figures, he wanted to be nine figures. It's only eight math. He wanted two hundred million. But there was no team out there willing to give him that. I think it's better to play baseball for forty three million then to not play baseball at all. But what do I know? Hill report to the cubs for his physical on Thursday and the idea right now is that he'll be ready to pitch within two weeks? The scene had made comments after the news broke before he did admit that they had interest in Craig kimbrel, and that it was kind of a bonus for them. This point in the season. There are usually quality free agents. Just lying
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"In winning five hundred and forty three million dollars. Mega million tickets are sold in forty four states in the district of Columbia and the US Virgin Islands. And finally on this day in history in one thousand nine hundred eighty three a suicide bomber driving a truck packed with explosives into the US marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, killing two hundred and forty one US military personnel that same morning, fifty eight French soldiers were also. Killed in their barracks. Just two miles away in a separate suicide attack. The US marines part of a multinational force sent to Lebanon in August of nineteen eighty two under the direction of President Reagan to oversee the Palestinian withdrawal from Lebanon. Here's how the news broke on CBS news with Charles kuralt. Good morning from CBS news, New York, at least seventy six United States. Marines were killed this morning in Lebanon, at at least one hundred fifteen were wounded those numbers may rise considerably higher a truck filled with explosives was driven into a compound the midst of a marine battalion headquarters a four story building at the Beirut airport and the explosives were detonated. The four story building collapsed on about one hundred and fifty or two hundred sleeping marines. Just a couple of minutes later, another car filled with explosives crashed into the compound a mile away where soldiers of the French peacekeeping force were sleeping official Beruit radio. In an unconfirmed report said as many as one hundred French soldiers were killed. Until now in the peacekeeping effort in Lebanon, seven marines have lost their lives this morning Seventy-six at least, and perhaps many more than that. Larry contact has been at the scene all night. He reports to us on the line from Beirut. I gotta station his total. Boxer's been reduced to a vast pile of rubble office building completely collapsed on itself underneath an estimated two hundred marines sleeping in their box. Are working nonstop to the wounded and dead the fleet offshore marine officers. A massive explosion was calm quiet truck carrying some two thousand pounds of TNT. It crashed through the front gate race past shock marine guards and exploded in the lobby of the building itself. Early this morning. The open area in front of the rubble was thrown with stretchers bearing the potties and pieces of bodies of dozens of dead Americans. Marines navy men in from the fleet Lebanese troops Red Cross rescue workers and Italian peacekeepers are all working feverishly trying to find men who may still be alive, occasionally, they find a battered is managed to survive in a cavity beneath the rubble. Often. It's yet another body that they find October.
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Social media spigot votes? Spigot vote. It's a separate spigot. Yeah. Okay. Strategically what is Denver's look like that's. Okay. They're supposed to indices all overseas. Acquainted social media between the three of us. That's easy propsects. Yes. On propsects repeals the gas tax. Yes. You don't even have to lobby for it. You just have to explain that. It reveals the gas tax. It's already pre sold them a lot of people's minds. We'll get a new poll tomorrow from John Thomas partners and optimists and NBC four. We'll see how props six is doing forty three million dollars is the number that the other side has to spend. In fact, the window times reporter, Patrick mcgreevy. Just ran a story yesterday about the construction industry in the labor groups plowing millions into the campaign to defeat propsects because they want their hands in your wallet. They want their hands in your pocket to take your money. And of course, in this article it will act like does it seem wrong. We're we're against the repeal of the ballot measure, but we benefit from the tax money. Well, no, no, no, we believe in making the roads better. This is long overdue. In fact, one idiot actually said when you're sitting in traffic. Well, that affects your quality of life. Well, this isn't going to change you sitting in traffic, the even if we don't repeal the gas tax, you still gonna be stuck in traffic says in the law that none of the money could be used to add new lanes or build new freeways. There's nothing in the law that permits the money to be used to streamline traffic. It's not allowed to write. And remember they're taking forty percent off the top to use it for non-road projects. Four percent off the top. And then further money is then spent. For not road projects or administration overhead. Very little is going to go to the road less than half. And that's batches the history of how they spend road tax money. It's the same thing. Again. It's going to be siphoned off. It's always siphoned-off. So don't fall for it vote. Yes. On propsects repeal the gas tax. Join us tomorrow and all the lawn signs you need at this event at active auto body in Anaheim when we come back eighteen southern California cities are asking you to raise the sales tax when you vote in two weeks. That's unbelievable, and you will vote. No, we'll talk about it. Next your chance to win a thousand dollars.
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"To you by Chevron extra mile breakfast brunch. Lunch Leonard dinner or anything in between when you're hungry had extra mile. Convenient stores. It's always time for extra mile extras every day at select Chevron locations. radio realtime traffic, I'm Tracy Taylor. Wow. This is a huge store that everybody's talking about. Today, Nike make forty three million dollars and shoe sales and advertising and also as their stocking to continue to plummet today. It's all about college Cavic, the NFL and just do it. Right. Yes. A Colin Kaepernick was signed with Nike. He's the former quarterback for the the San Francisco forty Niners. He, of course, believes you being blackballed by the NFL and some people in court are agreeing with them released letting him continue with this collusion case against the NFL. So his contract was up at Nike. And so they could have done a couple of things one they could've just let him go. 'cause he's no longer enough L player or they could try to resign him. Which is what they did. It's the thirtieth anniversary of just do it. And if you remember that campaign was launched with Bo Jackson, and Michael Jordan and Andre Agassi. There was a lot of a Bo Jackson. There was that class of athlete that they did the just do it campaign. It turned out to be one of the biggest branding campaign. Success is that the marketing world's ever seen. It's the biggest ever. And if you read the book by Phil Knight called shoe dog, he talks about just do it. And he talks about really the two turning points for Nike in the first turning point was the air bladder or just a crazy scientists came and sat in his office and he talked to him about air. Nobody would listen to him the community the shoe community except for Phil Knight, and they adopted that and it changed Nike forever. The second thing was the just do it campaign where the said, you know, what we're going to go out, and we are gonna make superstars out of athletes, and some of the athletes we're going to overpay what we are going to get all this money back in tennis shoe sales and goodwill in the community or the thirtieth anniversary. They have hired some people including she came Griffin from the Seattle Seahawks are to be the face of the thirtieth annual reboot in. So Colin Kaepernick got signed. He tweeted out a picture with the just do it. Hashtag on it. That says believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything and so now, you got people on both ends everyone's already to win into their. Corners and divided themselves into people that are now protesting Nike people going out to social media that are burning their shoes. They're cutting the logo out of their own clothes that they've already paid for which is odd to me. I have a Tom Brady. That is hard. But he didn't comment on the Tom Brady didn't comment on Sunday. Social justice. That's interesting. He did like it. He didn't have to like it. But he liked it. And so this is Stephen Smith from ESPN, and he of course, is black. And he sees something more than just the image. According to Nielsen and others black spending power has escalated above one point two trillion dollars. So black people in the United States of America spend money, but we know black folks are included in that group that both- footwear Nike knows. This Nike saw an opportunity. I believe Nike's capitalizing off of it. I'm not knocking them Ford. But I see if something far more simplistic than other people are looking at it as a Daniel Neal from seventeen ESPN he was talking today. He also sees it differently because for every white person cutting up their socks, maybe there's somebody else on this issue. People spend a lot of time talking about the NFL and about the customers it has alienated or lost because of the protests. I'm curious about the number of fans that it has lost. Because of its failure to embrace or to recognize the protesters or the right of the protesters. I do want to point out one thing because it's resurfaced on Twitter today. And we don't mention this enough and involves the Seattle Seahawk. If you don't re- Nate Boyer. He was a NFL player for three plays for the Seattle Seahawks in a preseason game made one tackle that is his entire NFL career. But he's was an army green beret, he served in six years, multiple tours Iraq and Afghanistan, and then he was signed kind of as as a sort of an Adeboye by p Carol the he knew he wasn't going to make the team be Carol knew wasn't gonna make the team. It was a great story. And then they went to the San Francisco forty nine a pro day at that time calling capper Nick decided he was going to sit on the bench just like marshawn Lynch does to this day. He was going to sit on the bench during the national anthem Nate Boyer who is white by the way, he came over to call and capture Nick. During this time. And he said, hey, Colin, listen, dude, I get what you're doing. We're pals there's photos of them smiling with each other and being friendly with I've done all these tours. He goes, you know, what that's that is disrespectful sitting during the anthems disrespectful. You know, what's more respectful that is to Neil? So is Nate Boyer that approached I didn't know that is a white football player and army that he carried out to American flag when the. Well, I'm gonna Neil because I don't want this to be seen as disrespect. And so I just like to lay that out there. You can go out on Twitter and see the pictures of them on that day, a neighbouring hammer standing side-by-side in neighbouring stood right next to him. This was the compromise. They made he'd neighbors did directly to the left of Colin Kaepernick with his hand on his heart and Colin Kaepernick was kneeling. So that's that's the Genesis of this. And then I'll yield the I don't think he's trying to sell shoes here. And if you read the book shoe dog, it's one of the best books I've ever read in its by Phil Knight. And you can tell not only is a great storyteller. But he took notes his whole life about his life and Nike started not as Nike. It started as a company called blue ribbon. And he used to sell tiger shoes. In fact, he did that for seven. In years, and he was so successful outed. Tiger went to him and said, you know, what we're pulling your tiger contracting. It looked around and said, what am I going to do? I have all these connections though, in Japan with these shoe companies will make tiger. Maybe they could glued together some shoes. And he was a world traveler at the time he said, you don't want to do is. I'm gonna call this company Nike, and he started it in his bedroom. His father thought he was crazy. I know that Phil Knight was a great track star Steve Prefontaine at Oregon. I didn't know he was great. I thought he was good. I didn't know he's great. And of course, coach Bauer men was his coach at the time. They're the ones that came up with the waffle shoes. Right. And then you're gonna find that heavier traffic getting out of shoreline bridges in pretty good shape. However, the drive over on the east side, that's not the case more on that after Heather's headlines at three thirty three traffic brought to you by emerald Queen casino, welcoming the voice of that company. Paul Rogers one night only September twenty twenty-ninth. 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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Morning good. Morning Andrew good. Money Josh Wall Street, wavered in trading yesterday ended in the red along with most of the rest of the. World is global investors, fear Turkey's economic crisis complicated, by an escalating tariff battle with the US may spread beyond, its own borders today though most markets are finding their way higher and so? Might we right now s&p futures are rising ten NASDAQ. Futures up thirty five Dow futures up ninety one McDonald's. In its franchisees together we'll spend six billion dollars to modernize most US locales over. The next two years that, includes one hundred forty three million dollars spent Massachusetts to revamp. One hundred forty restaurants big changes will, include modernized dining rooms decor designed to, make customers more comfortable and here's the one that could affect jobs, digital self order kiosks Oil right now gaining a half dollar to a. Quarter below sixty eight, dollars a barrel p futures, are rising ten points business reports at eight and thirty eight, past the hour I'm Andrew o.'day Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ? News time six oh nine back to our top story. Now in London British police confirm a terrorist incident being. Investigated after a man in his twenties crashed into barriers outside the houses of parliament. We get more from CBS, Bill Rakoff CBS news special report at least two people taken. To the hospital when a car rammed, a group of pedestrians outside parliament in, London this morning Tom McNamee saw it happened car in the barrier I'll be about fifty yards away Yeah Vehicle and immediately the uniform place where A string people back from. The area of trying to Paramus CBS's Debra patta has more.
Mega Millions winners identified as California office pool
"Of stuff to Washington manor near seventh street and van Buren Saint Mary's. President Tom Curtis, says wasn't just canned, goods either everything from, tomatoes, potatoes carrots, rates we have. Eggs we have milk, cheese, resident Ernie, Rogers loved. It I think it's awesome because they're doing it in the. Bill the normally deal to make your outside in the. Heat so this is a nice change of. Pace Curtis, says two hundred People lost all. Their food during Tuesday's power outage Kathy Klein KTAR. News word just, in that last week's massive five hundred forty three million dollar. Mega millions jackpot winners have come forward in northern. California their lives changed with a last minute decision to buy, tickets eleven members of an office pool showed up at the California lottery offices in northern California claim their prize the group refusing to come forward publicly or to say where they. Work told the lottery, they played on a whim after hearing about the massive jackpot which they'll now. All split each put in, two bucks a piece they range in age from twenty one to sixty years old. Oh and they, say they do plan, to keep working Alex, stone, ABC news, Los Angeles KTAR. Is on immigration Amazonia, democratic, congressman Ralph, Abraham alva-. Calling for the resignation of d. h. S Secretary cures to. Nielsen he says the allegations of suicide attempts and sexual. Abuse at facilities housing migrant miners and children. Show the, administration's in Competence in protecting kids this weekend if you're traveling using state. Route three forty seven lane restriction will begin at nine o'clock. Tonight, and last through Sunday night with dot state route. Three forty seven will, be narrowed down to one lane in, both directions, between Edison and Smith Anki roads in the Maricopa area for pavement repair work that's. Taking place, along the highway drivers need to allow some extra travel, time, expect delays, and use caution in those works Coming up. Now five seven let's look at. Traffic right now with Larry Lewis in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center Becky Lynn we're, seeing delays on the ten you've got. That crash in the westbound direction approaching.
California, Officer and Detroit discussed on The Richard Eeds Show
"Claim, a huge jackpot the California lottery says last month's five hundred forty three million dollar mega millions jackpot was. Won by eleven members of an office, pool who played on a, whim the Santa Clara county co workers showed up at the California lottery's Hayward office the day, after the. July twenty fourth drawing. The winners say they work in the financial industry range in age from, twenty one to sixty and. Everyone pitched in two. Dollars to buy. The ticket the grand prize is the largest in California lottery history I'm. Anne Cates Detroit police officer has been suspended with pay after a bystander's, video showed him. Punching a possibly, mentally ill woman at least ten times had a hospital. Detroit, police chief, James Craig is, called the video, very disturbing and says a criminal investigation has. Been launched into the officers use of force but he says no one should rush to, judgment because the officer he says he's.
California ticket wins more than $522 million in Mega Millions jackpot
"Sold in San Jose California at Ernie's liquor store the California, lottery held a press conference outside the store the winter has yet. To be identified but he or she will get even more. Than they expected. Five hundred and twenty two million dollars but excitement throughout the nation. Was so crazy yesterday that it went up by twenty, one million dollars so the final mega millions prize is a wonderful astounding five hundred and forty. Three million dollars, one by a, Californian a single ticket ladies and gents. Press Lopez of the California lottery the latest US space telescope was supposed to be in orbit fourteen years ago it's now billions of dollars over budget and still stuck on earth and, congress wants to know why house science. Committee chairman Lamar Smith says the new, James Webb telescope is now more than eight billion dollars over budget it is truly Staggering newly confirmed NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein says the space agency, is embarrassed by so many human errors and delays but he insists. The telescope is unique we're going to change how we understand. The universe.
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"A quote attributed, to Lisa, Barrett in which she discusses The impact to, the average taxpayer the impact on the tax mill rate Upper forty three million dollar. Referendum that is likely to be on the ballot in November and Burlington And again she says this is. A Representative of Baird Baird? Financial advisers I don't know if that's. A wholly, owned subsidiary, of France is that what it is but she's listed as bad with Baird financial advisers She. Says that in the community? Of Burlington the forty three million dollar, borrowing referendum Would have an impact On the mill tax Bill rate of thirty three cents Well I know a little bit about these that I know a little bit of what numbers there's no way There's no way. That Burlington can do a forty three million dollar bond unless, they spread the. Payments, out over three hundred years there's no way they could do a bond issue of forty three million dollars Any impact the mill raped by Amir, thirty three sets Not So I called Lisa, poison and I tried to get her to explain where she came up with this. Number she didn't get. Back she will respond So I've done. A public records request to try. To get all of the calculations of. Paperwork that she has given the, fact that she's representing. Now a school district those. Ought to be public records I'll tell you what I get one we go to. Work at that but. Here's a quote Referring to the thirty-three set, number that, she came up with put that into perspective I've been through seventy. Two referendums Wisconsin school facilities and most of them fall under a one dollar mil rate increase your half of that you're under fifty cents she's a furring to the. Impact on taxes if they would. Pass the referendum she say thirty three. Cents while you're way lower the. Breast about anybody else Now I can't give you the exact numbers because I, don't have, the exact terms of the bond issue that they're going to pass But I think that the impact will be about a buck forty So, how does she come up with thirty three cents I suspect this Burlington has some separate debt coming off the rolls? This coming year.
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Outrages is because the all just kind of blend together and this is the problem for the democrats because you can't have that many outrages and have people not just become bored with your consistent and constant hysteria you know what it's like it's like if you have a friend or you know maybe some folks skin can relate to this a little bit differently than others but for some folks if you have a significant other who is constantly nagging or constantly screaming or constantly complaining then you know what happens right you just start to tone those people out you just you just stop listening you tune them out and the reason you tune them out is because he just get tired of hearing it you know if you're somebody who's argue give you another example if you're somebody who is in charge of people and you have that person who is incessantly in your office complaining about stuff at some point you just say god go away i don't even wanna hear it anymore that's what the left is like plus they're just being irrational so all of these screams to abolish is i think the majority of american people understand that ice does really good work i mean just some of the headlines that we've seen ice says it sees forty three million dollars worth of counterfeit items in laredo texas now the reason why this is important is because these counterfeit items would be worth forty three million dollars you know where that forty three million dollars goes to the drug lords the drug cartels human trafficking that's what isis that's what ice i knew i do that at some point that's what i is doing is they're combating those kinds of things because ultimately it is with mexico right it is all about the drugs it is all about the human trafficking that's some of their biggest industries frankly as we all know and these counterfeit items i mean they're talking about everything they they referred to them as trademark infringed merchandise which were destined for illegal export and so when you look at these things and you look at what they mean and when you look at the overriding issue that we have here in america today then what we know is this what we know is that we have ice combat the worst of the worst of these folks that are coming into america why would you want to why would you want to abolish that particular group that particular agency it doesn't make any sense as far as ice goes here's what they say about the forty three million dollars worth of counterfeit items that they seized criminal elements news every and any opportunity to sell substandard and counterfeit goods to the american public hsi special agents are committed to.
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Divorce professional butter divorce both parties are to blame but both parties deserve a ton of credit lebron made a promise came back answer to the promised won a championship in one eight championship over again one of the greatest dynasties ever performed ever formed in professional sports how am i supposed to take away from that guy dan gilbert you know ran off david griffin shooting ran off david griffin had some bad drafts and made some bad decisions that had his hands in some bad decisions before that and the team looked like an absolute mess the andrew bynum thing was a fiasco still was willing to pay into the luxury tax to try to win a championship still pay forty three million dollars in a luxury tax some people report fifty i got it on fortythree either way a boatload of money into the luxury tax to get swept in the nba finals and would have done it again eight five five two one two four cbs brian in napa california your next up on cbs sports radio hey what's up man how are you brian i've got multiple points but i hope you stick with talking about lifelong lakers fat i basketball i ever remember was bajic bird and the championship and that i was a laker fat forever i've traveled all over the country to see them i sat courtside at iverson stepped over tyrod lou but i gotta say off that i don't mean to be obnoxious but i'm really sad for you that you're one championship product really i white howard signing was the worst moment lakers history the second one is this i thank you where the lakers jersey he's so boring to watch and that now they're going to overtake the celtics championship with what bryant of the lakers jersey it could not be anymore disappointing for me i do not i will watch just because i have to because i'm a lakers fan but i you want root for the lakers you will not celebrate the lakers i won't celebrate in the sense of celebrated the ten championships in my lifetime ecstatic and site to watch those games to watch the showtime lakers to watch kobe shack lakers even better to watch the kobe championships but i and my friends are gonna be offering my up so bad because they know that i am still pissed about this complete jolie update okay i don't have much time but i is this rooted in kobe is this where this is rooted at brian yeah i mean kobe like i would stay up to one o'clock in the morning i for three seasons again living on the east coast 'cause i've only been out in california for five years i watch kobe during the fifties at twelve point fifty streak like even when the lakers are bad yeah i mean talk about the difference between watching koby and the way he played at alex citing he was compared to lebron and is just hammered down through the lane finally now at least he's like developed a fatal kobe like fatal kane's got like maybe that much more exciting see that i don't know you brian and i don't know if i ever get to talk to you again and i gotta let you go i hope i get to hear from you again that to me is where the is you gotta just love kobe that much you hate lebron that much remember those arguments we used to have because those were back in the day from two thousand three to two thousand ten the kobe lebron argument my god that was so rich relegated to find every single way to go after kobe bryant used to hate kobe bryant throughout that so a guy who loved kobe i wonder if there's a couple more like it it it's not bizarre i think it's rude hobie but you got a chance to win championships again but you still have to go through golden state and you still have to go through houston and stuff to go through oklahoma city those are going to be very very tough teams that was amazing eight five five two one two four cbs coming up next we'll try to get a couple more people and we will do a very quick fall and yes canada it's your day i still love you top three canadians as well i it's the latest sports update with the vicious kevin dexter.
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"To get on the ballot in november reporting from lansing w w j newsradio nine fifty state officials have extended the deadline in for medical marijuana license applicants that deadline was changed from june fifteenth to september fifteenth david harnes the spokesperson for the bureau of medical marijuana regulations explains who the extension will impact deadline really only applies to those who are currently operating with local authorization those folks had to have applied already by february fifteenth they had to have thought about the state application and they need to have a an application pending with the state though that's the only group of licensees that this deadline affects her and says anyone else who wants to get involved in the medical marijuana industry can do so at any time there is no deadline for them voters heading to the polls in august will see some new changes at the polling places secretary of state ruth johnson says the idea was to beef up security state nation that we know of that has amid equipment and frothy one thousand five hundred twenty clerks and all the precincts and we also have a new qualified voters file that is smart secure to social security number one and and we've worked at it early before there were any comments about something might happen so we're we're ahead of the head of the game right now the upgrades cost forty three million dollars but johnson says thirty million of that has been saved up at the secretary of state over the years w w j news.
Bank of America's loan to Remington tests its firearms pledge
"Bank of america had said it would stop financing companies that produce military style firearms but reuters says that apparently does not mean renting remington outdoor which makes a salt rifles the report says remington is set to come out of bankruptcy later this month and bank of america will provide forty three million dollars in financing but the deal to provide that money was made in march before the bank changed its policy rimington makes the bushmaster rifle which was used in the sandy hook school massacre in december of two thousand twelve weight watchers is looking for.
China's HNA drops bid to buy Scaramucci's SkyBridge due to regulatory hold-up
"The least of which is a reduction in that trade deficit the us trade deficit with china by one hundred billion dollars now munition there was speaking to bloomberg television from the milken institute global conference in beverly hills he will be heading to china for trade talks later this week brings right all eyes will be on china won't they dug meantime let's added some corporate news because the chinese conglomerate h and is now dropping its deal to buy skybridge capital but is there a potential partnership in the works denise pellegrini reports as part of this new world order founder anthony scaramucci is returning to the company scaramucci lead to drop the takeover deal after concluding government approval would take too long we're told the government panel syphilis told the company's extra steps would be needed if they wanted to proceed ha has been dumping assets its interest expenses surged to a record five point one billion dollars last here scare mucci was briefly white house communications director last summer he'll return to skybridge as co managing partner and the companies are said to be looking at the possibility of distributing skybridge products in china denise pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia and we go to japan next where panasonic has agreed to pay about two hundred eighty million dollars to end a us corruption probe this payment will resolve allegations from the us that panasonic executives in the company's inflight entertainment unit hid payments to consultants in the mid east asia who did little or no work for the company now about one hundred forty three million dollars will go to the sec the rest to the justice department all all of this for violation of the foreign corrupt practices act now the government settlement with panasonic avionics is one of the largest settlements under the act during the trump administration.
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"forty three million dollars" Discussed on AP News
"Poon jeb national bank of forty three million dollars by using fake bank letters of understanding to get loans the complaint says mode and his relatives worked with pink employee is to get the fake letters news reports say the forty three million dollar scams part of the larger fraud he reached the high fashion hotline pie my husband and kids just gave me an executive order stylish new l v now we're like oh catch all navy old navy yup get up to fifty percent off store wide touring only these big president day sale up to fifty percent off storewide i won't beach of that old navies fashioned for gene started just fifteen bucks for dumped ten bucks for kids and colorful starts at just fifteen bus rebels told look for kids at old navy and oldnavycom but hurry this deal ends soon we'll just call me shabir inchief we're gonna old navy now highfashion old navy belgian wealthy to 20slot styles only the victims are honoured in south florida i'm jackie quinn with an ep news minute the broward county sheriff says it took just three minutes of gunfire inside studeman douglas high school to win the lives of nearly a dozen students and staffers inside three more died outside that includes two coaches and a teacher superintendent robert runcie some of them gave their lives for our children so that they can move on and have a future the nineteen year old gunman reportedly ballooned to a white nationalist militia group and has posted guns on his social media accounts police say that he confessed president trump addressed the killings at the school we are committed to working with state and local leaders to help secure our schools and tackle the difficult issue of mental health the senate defeated the president's plan for immigration reform today that leaves the socalled dreamers in limbo it splits bill for jennifer anniston and justin theroux the celebrity couple announces that they're separating i'm jackie quinn it was valentine's day romance with a view ap's wore levinson reports this year's wedding extravaganza atop the empire state building including.
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Because they are generating their money through women's ways and even leg handing it in a way that do their blood remarkable laying a younger look when they're in that they rolled out a mobile game called i think it's like kim kardashian hollywood and very was like atr's a kim map that's very silly and then measurable looked up how it did and they said oh in the first six months of this game kim kardashian made forty three million dollars that's very skillful let great work good job by vietnam game it may not be advancing society at all but it it seems to be entertaining some people and be a very very skillful business act you know there's another thing they do that i really appreciate which is they create a team around them so like i don't believe kim kardashian engineered this game i think she got somebody in the room with her and and yes it i want to game and they said okay and the same thing with their hair with their bodies with a diet with their their photos it they bring in experts to help them create this look or whip who who they are which is something that i appreciate because he i think a lot of people just try to do everything themselves in you know obviously not everybody has the economic resources but the idea of creating a support system in a team for yourself to is admirable to me and something i wish i did warn my own life in than i want it it is a lesson i want to pass on to my kids that you can't do everything you can use the expertise of other people to you can bring other people in to help you achieve your dreams or whatever and listen to them and let other people help you get where you wanna go has also i think there's such a trope of as soon as someone's a celebrity society and especially comedy lie transfigured okay is the somebody we should do bits about and if so what bits should we do about them like i went to a live sketch comedy show in town a few months back and three different teams stood.
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast
"Forty three million dollars is a lot of money right i mean forty three thousand dollars is alive but also you you've gone of blue by but i just wanna point out again his it by one of his the people advising him was one of the guys who worked for the wolf of wall like a right one of the most notable ponzi schemes pompton dumb you know stocks schemes of of us history this guy worked at that firm at that time so you know at the same time that jordan bella ford is facing white 52 indictments from the fbi this guy squandering away your cash right i don't wanna say you know make it sound as if i'm saying is clinton portis his fault by any means reich right but i would at where i'm going with that is you have to at least do the minimum due diligence right on who you are investing so speaking speaking of that like what are some quick route lessons from the clinton poorest debacle like he had a lot of money obviously is ashley we're speaking in terms that normal people typically don't really understand in in in you know a real terms what are the real quick lessons that we can apply to our own lives rome this clinton porter store so i'll give you a real quick easy one that will solve where i was going with that whole wolf of wall street shred nope monk thing there's a website called broker check dot com that is a public website that is actually maintain bother selfregulatory the selfregulating body that like i report to tucker in every other license financial advisor has to keep current records may financial disclosures to them every year all kinds of different stuff like they probably know my blood type of this every single licence the adviser has to be registered with.
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast
"So it's it's kind of crazy i mcconnell recap some of that for us because some people might not remember it was up is a like a art piece of clinton portis and like a closet with all of his former like dressings in glasses and he had like a gun with them so it's pretty big deal when it came out about the fortune other the peace it said it said actually from the vis fortune pilfered clinton portis contemplated revenge under the veil of darkness on a handful of late night and early mornings in 2013 he lurked in a car near a washington dc area office building pistol at his side and waited for one of several men who had mismanaged a large chunk of his forty three million dollars um that he made with his two over two thousand carries in over nine years in nfl purportedly safe investments had suspiciously set suspiciously soured in almost all the money portis set aside to fund his feature had evaporated uh the hawks there is he deemed most responsible ignored his calls none were bound for jail their coffers were dry a lawsuit seem pointless once his helplessness gave way to raise portis lusted for confrontation he would meet this betrayed this traer excuse me not with please our demands are even blows delivered by thick fist attached of thick forearms bullets he thought where his sole means of balancing the scale and of course uh this kind of shows and picks a clinton portis that's really like upset and angry this piece went on to say.
"forty three million dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is not going to get a single dine however she will be quota unquote taken care of what does that mean what does that even me i don't know i don't know what that means okay i shall be taken care of but she won't get any money so what did he give her like a butler you give her a path where he gear he's his worth is forty three million dollars that is going to be divided among his four kid none of hasn't charity that makes sense and the university of southern california okay all right does this include a low for well that doesn't include the playboy mansion which actually sold last year for a hundred million dollars and and the forty three million comes from at two thousand nine you'll what does that where two hundred million go like that's it i'm wondering did they sell at at the do people actually still go to the mansion like is it's is it like graceland now our people go and they'd laugh it our stopped being that way okay and beret that i don't know where that money went that's a good question rob because although like did did it go to the state in an and also is distributed to the children or that's what i'm wondering yeah i'm not sure how that's going to work now at his peak he apparently was worth over two hundred million dollars but then when the magazine started tanking he lost a lot of money interesting and then he still continued to hold thirty five percent of the brand completely still owns the magazine gene and then had another thirty six million dollars worth of stocks and bonds and six million dollars in a joint account with an unnamed person it's funny is interesting it's funny to me because we're like oh he's only worth you know that much loser they had still though that okay you guys i mean i in okay now like he was like he was poor on the side of the road somewhere he's doing okay and and he was doing fine yeah he took earnings from the magazine like he took a salary of only one hundred thousand dollars a month yeah i mean i mean it's impair lee scraped by i think that's okay can pay his bills now you still by a playboy magazine on newsstands i mean does it still exists you're asking me like i go what.