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Bipartisan Senators Reach Deal on Infrastructure Bill, but It Faces Hurdles
"In washington. A group of bipartisan senators have reached an agreement for an infrastructure proposal without the need for tax increases. The group of ten senators didn't reveal details of the plan but people familiar with the proposal. Say it would spend nine hundred seventy four billion dollars over five years and one point two trillion dollars. If it continued over eight years to move forward those plans will need buy in from a broader group of lawmakers and the white house.
US Trade Deficit Hits Record $74.4 Billion in March
"America's trade deficit hit a record in March as the economy continued its pandemic recovery the recovery is happening much faster here than in the rest of the world and that's playing out in trade numbers the gap between what the U. S. buys ad sales abroad surged to seventy four point four billion dollars in March while Americans are starting to spend again on imported goods U. S. exporters are finding less demand overseas the March trade gap was more than five and a half percent bigger than a month earlier and up more than eleven and a half percent with China alone Sager made Donnie Washington
Coinbase Experiences Brisk User Growth Ahead of IPO
"Have to take a minute to go over coin basis. Insane q one numbers. We've always even spending a lot of time here this week. On coin base. They announced the date of their ipo last week. And it is slated for april fourteenth. Now part of the reason they delayed their ipo until q two was so that they could release their q. One numbers and boy were they. Monster in total coin base has over fifty six million verified users. Compare that for example to robin hood's thirteen million active users went from two point. Eight million in q four two thousand twenty to six point one million in q one twenty twenty one trading volume in q one was three hundred and thirty five billion compared to one hundred ninety three billion for all of two thousand twenty and total assets on coin base went from ninety billion to two hundred twenty three billion a one hundred and fifty percent jump quarter over. Quarter the craziest part of that one. And certainly validation of the institutional narrative was that one hundred and twenty two million of that two hundred and twenty three billion overall came from institutions. Now the number that people were most focused on was revenue. Revenue was one point eight billion for the quarter compared to one point three billion for all of last year and something that will be absolutely shocking to wall street. The company actually had a net income of seven hundred and thirty million to eight hundred million. Basically this is exactly what the crypto kids knew was coming but still caught. Many wall street analysts off guard. Da davidson raised their price. Target from one hundred ninety five dollars a share to four hundred forty that price target is a twenty x multiple on twenty twenty one revenue. They had previously estimated six hundred and fourteen million in q one revenue which was obviously about a billion dollars off this price target would put coin bases valuation at a whopping. One hundred and forty-four billion dollars
Interview With Tim Jefferson Of Barracuda Networks
"Alright listeners. i'm here with barracuda networks. Is tim jefferson to talk about cloud. Security hello tim. How're you great connor. Thanks so Just to get right into it. What would you say. Your history is with cut security while my introduction to cloud security was back in Two thousand fifteen. I the opportunity of joining amazon web services in its early days back when it was only a four billion dollar business in was part of the original team that was tasked with working with the security ecosystem and helping them that are understand how their value propositions could apply to public cloud customers in particular airbase environments so there is a big pivot that a lot of the scared ecosystem partners had to do to. You know how their current solutions that were typically built for data centers needed to evolve and kind of re architect and rethink around what value they can bring the public cloud and ultimately how they had architect solution to be Well architect for those types of environments so that tend to be a big pivot for a lot of customers so it was great to see the industry evolve you know from the very mature data center. Well established commercial solutions in how they pivoted to the startups. That took specific Look almost from scratch around what they can do uniquely. And that's where some of the very first cloud security posture management tools kind of popped up way back in two thousand fifteen. So yeah it's been great to see the industry of wall during that period. Yeah so it seems that you were well educated on how to secure the cloud and you're also doing some educating to the companies that we're using. Aws yes it was journeys eighty s platform evolved. And you know those. Those platform solutions became more mature. A lot of them kept adding incremental security capabilities which again created more friction and opportunity at the same time for a lot of the ice vs s are called independent software vendors to kind of rethink what value they can bring to customers ultimately how they can leverage some of those native services and the telemetry that comes with them to bring you unique security value
LG Scraps Its Smartphone Business as Losses Mount
"Lg electric's is getting out of the smartphone. Business quoting nikkei asian review. Lg electronic said monday that its board decided to terminate. The company's loss-making smartphone business with analysts saying focus is now expected to shift to the more profitable home appliance and tv divisions l g seven member board of directors approved the company's suggestion to kill the handset unit which posted more than five trillion. One or four point. Four billion dollars of operating losses over the last six
Why TripleLift Went With Vista, And How It Will Crack CTV
"I don't know if you heard this. But vista equity partners has acquired a majority stake in triple f reportedly investing one point. Four billion dollars in a deal expected to close q- two so this week on the big story we tripled down and welcome. Guests are eline chief strategy officer and co founder of triple lift. And we're gonna talk about everything. Related to triple lift. I ryan joe managing editor of addicts danger and with me. Is sarah sluice. Hi ryan and of course the aforementioned ariella wine they ryan his there so ari congress on the on the acquisition hasn't closed yet. But i'm kind of curious now that it's been announced like what are the immediate next steps for for you guys so i. The deal has to close. It goes to things like antitrust approval alike and that takes about six to eight weeks but the next phase is sitting down with the partnership at vista and continue to have conversations about where we want to take the growth of triple lift. How do those conversations going to be different from like obviously that you had conversations before when you were talking about the the acquisition. So how'd the conversations like post closing differ. Well now it's real so now we're we're the nature of the discussions are different. Because we're we're on the same side focused on the same goals as a company. We think about things differently now. A month ago we were a potential quiry and where we're sitting today we are potentially an acquirer of other technology companies and so we started switch gears and the tactics. We have from a strategy perspective. Change with the with the new resources and partnership that we have with with this
US and Mexico discuss immigration in high level meetings
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. S. and Mexico discuss immigration in high level meetings with the surge of migrants arriving at the U. S. Mexico border a U. S. delegation was in Mexico City Tuesday for a series of meetings with Mexican counterparts the sides were discussing immigration and regional development president Joe Biden is coming under increasing pressure to formulate a plan to deal with the border crisis especially unaccompanied children most of the migrants are coming from the so called northern triangle countries of Guatemala Honduras and El Salvador Biden has spoken of sending four billion dollars in development aid to the region Mike Crossey out Washington
"Can be tough to try and make lifestyle choices that will help build a healthier world over and over we find out that one of our habits is contributing to climate change inequality or the destruction of earth's bio-diversity even habits. We thought were healthy. Take seafood for years. We were told that fish were an important part of a good diet but now we are learning that many of the fish we are used to eating or threatened species. Seafood is the largest traded food commodity in the world and it plays an essential role in our global diet for some people. Fish are a luxury but in many of the world's poorest and fastest growing populations it's a matter of survival at the same time relentless industrial fishing methods are pushing many species to the brink. If things don't change our fishing habits could devastate ocean bio-diversity and deplete a resource that humanity needs in order to survive. Fish are in trouble but the solution may not be what you expect. I'm gabrielle sierra. And this is why it matters today. Will there always be plenty of fish in the sea. What's over seventy six percent of the world's fish now or fish fished capacity overfished or collapsing and fifty years. The earth has lost more than half of its life. We completely destroy the natural balance of fish in the world's oceans. So are we going to run out of fish. If the current way that humans are fishing continues in the current practices remaining unchecked. That doesn't set up a good scenario for our future. My name is michelle curic. And i'm the vice president for ocean policy at the world wildlife fund. In the united states the pressure the amount of fish the frequency the quantities. That fishermen are taking out a really causing many stocks to be in very bad shape in terms of their future viability. I mean fish is one of the most heavily traded food commodities that we have fishing really is a big business in two thousand eighteen. The global export market reached an estimated value of one hundred and sixty four billion dollars. Asia is the leading region in the fishing industry with china south korea japan taiwan and one outlier spain fielding the most vessels globally the european union the united states and japan or the three places that consume the most fish by volume. And it's really valuable. Many different species are very high. Cost so there is a lot of profit to be made in catching fish. We have these manmade causes. These drivers these threats that are caused by you know just better technology. Bigger boats better refrigeration easier methods of transport and we have some of the man induced natural factors like climate change which are also changing the water quality the composition the affiliation of the water. That fish call home and some species can't adapt that well they move to different parts of the ocean to have a more hospitable climate and that then raises lots of political issues about get to catch. And how many if you've ever gone fishing. You know the drill a rod align a hook some bait and maybe a boat but modern day industrial fishing looks nothing like that. The boats and many fishing fleets are essentially gigantic floating factories inside. They have all the machinery necessary to process freeze and package. Hundreds of tons of fish per day guided two schools of fish by sonar and spotter planes. Some of these ships dragnets that are over a mile long sneering whole schools of fish that thereafter and many that they aren't after to some of the methods are shocking take bottom trawling which involves dragging massive nets across the ocean floor in the hopes of sweeping up fish the process destroys coral and other ocean floor ecosystems that are essential for all kinds of life just for one catch s fish populations decline these fleets are having to travel further from land and drag their nuts deeper in order to reach their targets when it comes to fisheries. There are two things that are important to know first about one in three fish. Stocks is overfished at that means that we are catching more than the population is able to produce by his branch. I'm the director of fisheries at the foot and organiz ation of the united nations. And i'm also a professor at the university of exeter in the uk to have an analogy with john king. We are eating into the capital rather than just using the interest that doesn't mean that we collapsing. The population is just. This is not sustainable. We need actually to change that. But we see a dichotomy of what is happening. Between developed countries and developing countries in developed countries. We see increasingly an improvement in sustainability status in developing countries. We see the opposite. We see it decrease in sustainability increasing volume of problems. Those are not easy to resolve.
Making broadband more affordable
"If you're listening to this you likely know that broadband has played a major part in your life last year amid the coronavirus pandemic people went to work online school online and visited relatives. Remotely that is true but there is some good news congressman fcc. The federal communications commission have recognized that broadband access equal across the country. Whether it's having the funds to pay for connectivity or just lack of high speed access period right now the fcc creating a program called the emergency broadband benefit program which offers a fifty dollar monthly discount for broadband services. So you get the discount off your bill. And that goes up to seventy five dollars if you live on tribal lands and also i one time discount of up to one hundred dollars for a computer. A tablet purchased through a participating provider. There's one discount per eligible household. What's ineligible household. You might ask. Well includes those who are currently on the lifeline program which helps low income. Americans purchase cell phone and broadband access and others. Like those on medicaid or usher assistance program or the school lunch program. You can find out more about eligibility and the program in my story on tech usa today dot com or you can go to fcc dot gov and search for emergency broadband benefit program. People are supposed to be able to apply for that next month. In the meantime congress look into extend the funding for that program and also attack. What's called the digital divide by expanding high speed broadband access to currently unserved and underserved areas in the us. It's part of a ninety four billion dollars proposal. That democratic sponsors congressman. Jim clyburn of south carolina and senator amy klobuchar of minnesota they hope will become part of president biden's infrastructure plan. It's called the accessible affordable internet for all act and we'll be tracking its progress in the days to come on tech dot. Usa today dot com.
Apple reopens all its stores
"European e commerce systems. You used today. Learn more at attleboro dot com slash talking listeners. It's mike snyder. And i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech brett. Would you like to hear some good news. Yes please alright. Well so apple has actually open all of its stores for the first time since march fourteenth. Twenty twenty you know that feels like more than a year ago but it was not even a year ago that that happened. And if you remember back then was one of the first signs that this coronavirus pandemic was going to be serious and deal a serious impact retail and the workplace now. You can't just walk into any apple store yet. Some are open only for pickup of orders while others require fifteen minutes shopping session but you could check online and figure out. What's going on with your store and i have a story about that up on tech that usa today dot com has the lincoln. And if you wanted to go there but the fact that these types of the stores are all reopened across the. Us is a good sign that we're on the right track to some semblance of retail. Normalcy hopeful interestingly apple really didn't suffer sales wise during the pandemic in the report of its most recent financial quarter which was october to december twenty twenty the company said quarterly sales records for iphones including the iphone. Twelve and sold more apple watches airpod and homepod speakers on the way to a quarterly revenue. Record of one hundred and eleven point four billion dollars. It also said a new record prescription revenue from services like apple music and apple news and apple. Tv actually it's apple tv plus because apple. Tv is a device and ipad. Sales rose thirteen percent to interestingly Tim cook the ceo of apple. Said the company could've done even better if the stores were open. So hopefully this reopening story will spread to other retailers to in the weeks ahead yet definitely. I still remember when we first started hearing all these different stores that were closing. And that's when. I think hit me that this was really a big deal because obviously never hear stores closing. Even you know even like hurricane type stuff. Maybe that's maybe the only other time and even then you might still stuck open but to see like wholesale all these different businesses just had down was. I've never seen anything like it.
Biden addresses the Munich Security Conference, Rescinds Trump's Sanctions on Iran
"The biden administration wants to talk to iranian leaders about rejoining the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement. Let's recall here. Donald trump withdrew the us from that deal and restored sanctions on iran. That put the us at odds with us. Allies who remain part of the agreement along with other world powers today in his first speech to world leaders. President biden lays out his plan. Npr white house correspondent gordonia as is following this story. Good morning frank. Oh good morning. Well what do we expect to hear. President biden say about iran. Well senior officials told us yesterday that the united states is ready to accept an invitation from the european union to hold talks with iran about its nuclear program. Of course obviously the former president donald trump had quit the deal that was aimed at curbing. Iran's nuclear program biden said during the campaign that he was ready to take steps to rejoin the international pack but his team has repeatedly said that iran. I needed come. Back into compliance officials said yesterday that biden will not get into specifics about timetables but added that. He's keen to hear what iran has to say. And it's still really unclear if the run would even accept such an offer. They had demanded that sanctions be lifted. I but regardless. This is a big step toward diplomacy with iran which we have not seen in four years. I'm struck by the language that the us is ready to accept an invitation from the european union and it makes me wonder does biden have to convince us allies that we are prepared to work with them again. We will work with them again. I mean short. Yes i mean. We expect that biden today is really going to dig into his. America is back message. A senior official told us last night that the speech would be a quote confident. Clarion call for european allies to work together on global challenges. He'll talk about working together on the pandemic as well as other issues like arms control cyber hacking and climate change and to prove that commitment he plans to announce a four billion dollar contribution to kovacs. That's the international fund to help get covert vaccines to the poorest countries. The president will be making this speech to the munich. Security conference virtually. He won't be there in person. Of course who is going to be speaking to today you know. He is a very familiar face at this conference which is kind of who's who of people involved in national security around the world the leaders of germany france and the united kingdom will also be there. But you know as we've noted. There's a lot of uncertainty about the united states commitment to trans atlantic affairs. Here's actually charles corruption. Who was a senior adviser in the obama administration talking about that. The biggest change is that by will be speaking to europeans after a period in which electorates on both sides of the atlantic have looked into the abyss. And what that means is that americans and europeans remain in shock about the growth of global populism which has raised questions about the stability of liberal democracies as we
Biden to announce US will donate $4 billion for COVID-19 vaccines for poor countries
"The bite administration will provide four billion dollars to an international alliance aimed at distributing covid nineteen vaccines to less wealthy countries. Npr's asia roscoe reports president biden will officially announce the investment in virtual meeting of g seven leaders. Tomorrow the us government will initially provide two billion dollars to help with vaccine distribution in ninety two low and middle income countries. An additional two billion dollars will be doled out through twenty twenty two. The funding was approved by congress. In the corona virus aid package passed december. The official said allowing the virus to spread unchecked and other countries puts americans at risk by allowing more variance of the virus to develop biden is expected to urge other wealthy countries to step up with their own contributions to the vaccine. Alliance ice roscoe. Npr news
UnitedHealth names former Glaxo CEO Witty to lead company
"The United States largest health insurer is getting a new leader health insurance company UnitedHealth group is promoting Andrew ready to become the providers next CEO when he was promoted to company president twenty nineteen and before that was running the Optum segment which operates one of the nation's largest pharmacy benefit managers as well as a growing number of clinics he took a leave of absence from Optum last spring to help lead the World Health Organization push to accelerate coated nineteen vaccine development when he ran the British drugmaker Glaxo Smith Kline for several years current CEO David Whitman is retiring after about three and a half years in that role the company earned fifteen point four billion dollars last year after bringing in more than two hundred billion in revenue I'm Jennifer king
PlayStation 5 Sales Numbers Have Arrived!
"Sony has shipped four point five million playstation five units worldwide in twenty twenty as revealed by information published alongside the company's latest earnings report. The number highlights sony's current ability to mass produce a consul which has been extremely difficult to buy since its launch in november demand for the four dropped. Dramatically you're on your with one point. Four million units shipped in the october-december quarter a seventy seven percent decrease from the previous year. Sony actually manage yourself. You're ps fours in the holiday. Quarter than it did. From july to september sony's gaming business overall performed much better than a year ago with daniel ahmad noting that it was actually the best quarter in playstation history revenue increased forty percent to eight hundred eighty eight hundred eighty three point two billion yen. That's eight point. Four billion dollars probably driven by. Ps five sales operating profit was up by fifty percent to eighty point two billion yen. That's seven hundred and sixty three point. Three million dollars because of higher game sales playstation plus descriptions and better margins. ps where hardware. Sony does know however that expenses related to the five launch offset some of his profit gains and also confirmed that the. Ps five harbor itself is being sold for less than it costs to make a loss was incurred due to quote strategic price points for ps five hardware that were set lower than the manufacturing cost. The company says there's not much to read into u bs five sales numbers until people who there's not much read. Nps five sales numbers until people who want to buy one are actually able to do so but at the very least the console's launch seems to be broadly comparable in size to the ps force. The ps four also shipped. Four point five million units in its launch quarter amran. There's a lot of places that we can start here. Where do you wanna go so a. Ps four is going to be very helpful. Like because piece for is what one hundred fifteen million units now so around there. Yeah yeah so. If the ps five hits that we're at the point where almost every playstation console has sold over one hundred million which is incredible ridiculous in like great for sony. This is not to impugn the ps five. Why obviously supply. Our demand is far outstripping supply. Why like what is it that people desperately want to play on the ps five or they want to own a ps five. I mean that's a really good question is like when it comes to launch stuff. Mouth morales was available on. ps four. We're gonna talk about mouse the second because that's story number two because sales numbers for that is out to you. I think it's a combination of things right. playstation brand. I think is very good at building hype in building anticipation for the next big box. And we mean greg of talk about this on. Ps love you that the playstation the hyper next for the For a new playstation launch kind of goes beyond just the the gamers fear like i go on tiktok and people are talking about how they're going to buy their significant other a new playstation five for christmas. Or if you are talking about. Oh i can't find a new place playstation. Five people are talking about all this stuff outside of the gaming space which i think is something that playstation marketing in playstation playstation ecosystem does well of quote unquote we believe in generations which like we dispute or or support depending on different things right like malls coming to coming to multiple. Councils doesn't necessarily support that but overall idea is there. In terms of yeah. We're we're trying to make the jump. The ps the ps four is selling less in the last holiday season kind of support. That idea of people are very much on board with the idea of making the jump to the five. There's very clearly like a like you could see the demand go from the. Ps four to the ps five in this past quarter which is not always the case like ps did fall off the cliff but like ps two sold fifty million units after the ps. Three came out
Sony is selling PlayStation 5 hardware at a loss
"Sony has shipped four point five million playstation five units worldwide in twenty twenty as revealed by information published alongside the company's latest earnings report. The number highlights sony's current ability to mass produce a consul which has been extremely difficult to buy since its launch in november demand for the four dropped. Dramatically you're on your with one point. Four million units shipped in the october-december quarter a seventy seven percent decrease from the previous year. Sony actually manage yourself. You're ps fours in the holiday. Quarter than it did. From july to september sony's gaming business overall performed much better than a year ago with daniel ahmad noting that it was actually the best quarter in playstation history revenue increased forty percent to eight hundred eighty eight hundred eighty three point two billion yen. That's eight point. Four billion dollars probably driven by. Ps five sales operating profit was up by fifty percent to eighty point two billion yen. That's seven hundred and sixty three point. Three million dollars because of higher game sales playstation plus descriptions and better margins. ps where hardware. Sony does know however that expenses related to the five launch offset some of his profit gains and also confirmed that the. Ps five harbor itself is being sold for less than it costs to make a loss was incurred due to quote strategic price points for ps five hardware that were set lower than the manufacturing cost. The company says there's not much to read into u bs five sales numbers until people who there's not much read. Nps five sales numbers until people who want to buy one are actually able to do so but at the very least the console's launch seems to be broadly comparable in size to the ps force. The ps four also shipped. Four point five million units in its launch
A rare Botticelli portrait fetches $80 million in Sotheby's auction
"About cheddi portrait. This week smashed the auction record for the nasal artist. Portrait of a young man with a roundell hammered at eighty million dollars. Sotheby's in new york on ninety two point one million with fees. The previous record for was relatively low. Ten point four billion dollars set in two thousand. Thirteen by the so-called rockefeller madonna portrayed. A young man had lost come to auction in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and its attribution to put. A chill was doubted by everett. Fall by then. The director of new york's frick collection. Who declared to be by francesco. Totti cini a follow of botticelli for he apparently later changed his mind and now the work is widely agreed to be a botticelli but while that work the price it was expected to a small but luminous rembrandt painting abraham and the angels from sixteen forty six which had estimate of twenty to thirty million dollars was withdrawn at the last minute. As we recorded the podcast sotheby's not yet given an explanation for its withdrawal. I spoke to scott rayburn a contributor to the newspaper and the new york times immediately after the sale. About whether it's a risk to bring these works wash now amid the pandemic and what it tells us about the market for your masters in general scott before we talk about the particular. Lots came sotheby's today. I wanted to ask you about the old master market in general and obviously the fact that he are in the middle of a pandemic and we're in an economic crisis. Does it make sense to bring these kind of lots to watch it this time. Well this is how the b.'s. new york gets the big master cell. Everyone wants to consigned to this sale. This is the moment The markets dealers on people. I speak to in that world. Say new york is where everyone wants to sell their overly only one sale year evening sale and that was the time to sell uncles. The pandemic been going on for nearly a year now in terms of restrictions on auctions sotheby's created incredibly slick format for this hybrid livestream sale It seems to be working. Well the thing about losses of courses. This isn't contemporary art. It's an unfashionable collecting field and it was always going to be a real test for that collecting field in the current environment. That's the interesting thing is because of course the leonardo so and of course the leonardo salvator mundi was very very unusual. So we have to caveat everything with that sure but christie's when they sold that put that into the contemporary sale. Luckily and i wondered how you feel about whether old master lots might do better in more mixed fields versus the traditional roadmaster sale. And who dictates that but with the salvator mundi. My understanding was that it was just a brainwave by the genius auction air Loic gouzer Thinking well let's put it in a contemporary sale. It's such a strange object If it's an old master sale than people just pick it to bits and criticize it in a contemporary sale be would just be looking at the image. And of course christie's marketing machine went into absolute overdrive and they marked it absolutely brilliantly Using the typeface of the dan brown novel to promote it You know they pulled out every stop and it worked sensationally. Well whether you the extent to which you can do again is is really questionable. Because that is as you point out in uttar outlaw. They self-talk mundi in in every respect. But what was interesting about. The marketing of this sale at celebici's is once again. The sophistication of the marketing with every lot. The work was shown online hanging on a white wool in a contemporary style. Interior where you'd expect a damien hirst to hang on then there would be to further reassure the contemporary minded by will the asian bah. There was a very attractive. Cooley dressed asian girl standing next to the painting in a contemporary interior. I that all walking the hilarious thing about this marketing ploys that in both cases they weren't actually looking at the picture they were just standing there. It was clearly if he's of marketing to reassure contemporary art buys but it was very smart and slick and clever and they and they're pulling out the stuff that incredibly inventive about it
PUMA Sponsors Honor of Kings' KPL to Join Nike as Major Athletic Apparel Brands with Esports League Contracts
"Know. I have a weird fixation on the Athletic Apparel Brands and the work they do in Esports and I absolutely blame growing up in Beaverton, Oregon the home of Nike but while I'm only kind of biased to the swoosh, I'll admit that. I'm a fan of all the brands in Esports and especially Puma because they're led by Matt Shaw who happens to be one of my favorite people in all of these Sports on Sunday Puma announced a new major sponsorship Puma sponsoring ten cents king of league. If you haven't heard of the kpl the kpl is the top level of honor of Kings Esports, and I know you don't live in China on Earth Kings is called Arena of Valor in the West End is basically League of Legends mobile version including being published by 10 said now Riot games is actually in the process of creating wild Rift and official mobile version 4 league, but it likely won't take off in China because on Earth Kings is already huge and domination. Market, and it really really dominates that market as of March 2019 the game and brought in four point five billion dollars according to sensor Tower. I'll do something quick extrapolating math here. I found individual month's Revenue numbers from 20 20, which average I think this actually might be a conservative estimate another two hundred million dollars per month in revenue for honor of Kings. So if we take to walk 1 million as an average and multiply it by the 22-month separating March 2019 and January 2021, we get an additional four point four billion dollars in Revenue that would bring honor of Kings total halt to a point nine billion dollars since launch in 2015. That's a lot of money a lot of money this week the developer TV studios. Also announced another $154,000 would be invested in honor of Kings Esports with about six million of that going to prize pools for Puma. It's a huge win. The only other Esports League represented by Athletic Apparel birth. Like I said at the top is Nike and they have the League of Legends Pro league in China. And while the LPL is almost certainly the most important individual League contract and all of Esports honor of Kings K p.m. Is honestly not that far behind. It's just almost purely popular in China what Nike got with the LPL was also that International exposure that comes with worlds. Primarily Puma also offer deals with Cloud Nine and Gingy. I predicted the race for Esports assets from Nike Puma and Adidas would pick up and twenty Twenty-One and with Adidas already partnering with G2 and now Puma grabbing the kpl only in January. The race is definitely picking up steam already.
Qualcomm Putting Some Apple in Snapdragon!?
"Will you know that. Apple's been making a lot of progress with the silicon products. Put out and most. Recently people were talking about the m. One the mobile chip for laptops. And it'll probably make its way into desktop computers. They're pro stuff eventually some version of it they'll throw in exxon it number in there whatever. It is a bunch more course. So that's been the most recent thing that people have been talking about is kind of the performance. They've been able to achieve for a company that's so fresh to that market. But they're not really that fresh because they've been doing big things in the mobile processor department for a really long time with a series lineup culminating in the most recent version world away in a fourteen. Yes iphone twelve. Twelve pro Ipad air right has a version of that doesn't it. They put a different name on it. When it goes in the ipad honestly can't remember. Did they put an x. Or something huts in the okay. It appears to fourth generation ipad. Air as well okay. So anyways look. They're doing big things to the point. Where if you check the benchmarks. If you're one of these people apple just been crushing it for a really long time now. This doesn't always equate to being the fastest device. Interact with it. It really depends on the use case. Scenario and benchmarks are benchmarks. Take it for what it is but it does mean something. It means that that apple is doing big things in that department with the those engineers that work there and It's been a differentiating characteristic for them is not just the stuff has been an amazing performance perspective but also that they are so very integrated you know from the design and then the software and the The whole picture so it has kind of left people on the android side. Maybe a feeling a little little lacking now the necessarily me. Because typically. If i'm on the flagship snapdragon like not bumping into those performance barriers in most cases. But you know every company wants to have these bragging rights will listen to this. What took place today. Qualcomm hired a company. Called new via a nubia is a company which was a branch out of numb from a number of employees responsible for having worked on chips at apple. Okay these dudes new. They go out of their way. Like you know we can. We can do some stuff now if i. They were focused mostly on server side of things. They were not necessarily focused on mobile but obviously qualcomm saw something in their potentially whatever intellectual property exists inside of there while i hope not just their minds but also somewhere inside of their records and their designs or appease their you know whatever it is that they're working on qualcomm obviously thinks if they're gonna by the way they they spent one point four billion dollars qualcomm thinks they're going to extract some of that and potentially put it into their products via the snapdragon lineup. So this into this for a second okay. New was founded in two thousand nineteen and it was a a trio that were involved in the most important chipset companies from intel amd the api arm and broadcom and they worked at apple where they played a part in designing the high performance a series chips for iphones and ipads. That's the key line right there. And we've been talking about this in the other direction with apple and tesla apple out there grabbing some tests engineers tesla executives. It's like what do you know about it. Yeah it's a shakedown piece falling out there. That's how it works. You know they flip them upside down like the change comes out of the pockets. Yeah in cartoonish way. And that's how that's all they have to do and then they just send them on their way to go work. We got the change out. Your pocket. of course doesn't work like that. No i mean this stuff happens. How corporate world all right. That's how it goes so even though these guys aren't necessarily working a mobile chips right now qualcomm believes. There's something in there that there's a chance to do something. Big
"four billion dollar" Discussed on KTRH
"Deductible may apply all right let's go to some of the call is out there let us go to John Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania on the mark live in a go are you there are you doing today okay thank you I was discussing on the phone about the movement and specifically ask them for about the Chinese government and I was wondering why we've seen them changing policies were we pulled ourselves out of pushing into the economy here and we have situations where of the government of China has set up the government that their funding the fail so that their underlying contract or Sam well the where the latter I'm not understanding the former point can you say that again specifically we changed our our points of interest within these economy and aren't following through with specific now when you when you say we you mean our government has withdrawn from these economies what do you mean now we have a real during the bush two thousand two thousand six there were some initiative started that it seems that the current administration's but on one specific what are we talking about I don't I'm not familiar with this well we were talking about you know the government of China going I know that the government trying to what was it the bush was doing in these countries well they were developing the actual trade pact that make sure that the American interests within these economies is actually taking care of I mean a lot of local I. what China is doing is are going in and they're saying to a poor country African countries in particular but also in South America Hey look what do you need okay we need a four billion dollar loan okay we want that port as collateral knowing damn well that these corrupt regimes can't pay for it so they give the four billion dollars they can't pay for in China says thanks and they move a a carrier not a carrier but the move the battleship or something into that port and I'll take it over that's what's going on I don't know exactly how to respond to that but we need to do something they also have other other deals I've talked about it before they've contracted with that Panama to run both sides of the Panama Canal the Chinese actually run both sides of the Panama Canal so there's a lot we should be doing that we're not doing and I'll tell you one of the problems in response to John is as with the present the United States was under so much attacked domestically fighting for his survival quite frankly and that of his family each and every day that our enemies are thrilled about this our enemies are trying to wait about our energy and our enemies are trying to take advantage of it these people in Congress these Democrats in these people in the media these phony journalists they are truly harming this country at a very very dangerous time in our history I'm not familiar with what specific program you're talking about and I don't think you are because I've actually three times I'm really not sure but nothing prevents American businesses from going into these countries in trying to conduct business either all right my friend thank you for your call I appreciated Mike Charlotte North Carolina Sirius satellite go right ahead good evening mort good evening and talking about the Russians Russians the Chinese morning to move in and take it over and what they'll do is they will close the economic system there and the freedom of the economy and how long will it take The New York Times or one of these idiot socialist Canada clones democratic song to come in and say you're free at home he doesn't work here no I I I don't really think they would do that it's too obviously foolish I mean when somebody moves their military to a country crushes that I don't think the response is going to be see capitalism doesn't work stable to do the attack the president member anything anybody does sets evil or negative are troubling or whatever it's trumps fought so they'll say trump should have been stronger trump's relationship with G. isn't that good trump should have done this that and the other meanwhile the Chinese expanded massively under the Obama administration they moved into the South China Sea we're billing those phony islands they stole an enormous amount of our technology and trumpets stood up to them so I think they're more likely to attack the president the United States directly well I mean it it sounds okay in not one but you know one of the two was going home it's terrible and by the way have you heard a single one of these Democrats talk about any of this no one of one of the talking about talk about anything that Israel is now what what are they talking about trump the racist that's it that's it they don't want to talk about real things to they have no answers there are no answers about North Korea they have no answers about Iran they do more appeasement more appeasement with money you know pay off the terrorists what China they have absolutely no response they sell at the trying to before they sold out to North Korea before they Natalie sold out to the Iranians before they funded the Iranians thank you for your call they'll Savannah Georgia how are you Sir hello mark how you doing okay how are you listening to us there well ninety I don't know the the the call W. A. L. G. I think yeah maybe so all right thank you let me tell you why I'm calling I have been trying for a while to get out information about what Jews have been given to human time and it ties into Nobel prizes sure war peace physics economics if if somebody could read that and let the world know what these people are done for imagine what they could have done this.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Runs the four billion dollar M capital group which specializes in active fixed income portfolios. So let's go back to nineteen eighty nine. You have this big set of tax changes how much of a game changer was that for launching a fixed. Income farm actually, the game changer for Olympic capital was the growth of a bench implants wanting minority managers the change in the nineteen eighties that became a stronger issue, but seen waters was that. They will Radi pushing for it. She stealing the in congress, and she's still doing the same the changing loss game for the handed worth individuals or foreigners not for Finnish plants. But there was this big push for hiring. My no. Not money managers. Actually, they were carving out smoke pieces from the guy locations from the piece the big funds always have been very biased towards using the beam Qasim one of the world's shirt black rocks. But there were saying desire to use African American Asian Hispanic companies. So we saw an opportunity there being a Hispanic firm to pick up some of that money. So that's the way we started. Now, they seek to merging managers. It's no longer minority. There was a court case that stopped the use of minority discriminatory. And by now where will be too big because emerging so we have to compete them performance. So well, that's that's not the worst thing in the world. So when you say RFP's by big institutions, your clients and potential clients are these giant funds? They put out a request for proposal, and you respond with repose, and that's the basis of either winning the business or not is that a fair way to describe. That's correct. They will get probably thirty to forty responses that will pick up five or six finalist. And then you they visit you and then pick up your Ford that present to the boards, and then the board the sites who gets the money. So what are those beauty contests says they've been called? What are they like when when a firm comes in and starts kicking the tires and looking around your shop? What's that experience? Like, it's an interesting experience because you have the numbers to show for performance. But they went to understand the process. They went to understand the people. They went to make sure you have the back coffee. To support it compliance has become so important. The most interesting part for me has being that almost all the teams. Luke identical three men. One woman. Everybody's seeks one waste two hundred three pounds. Whereas rooks Burr brothers, suits. And in our case where different I my accent doesn't. Well, if I don't think it hinders anything, but I'm not the peop- because presented that they normally have to joke with the boards and try to be more, casual probably when you are smaller firm, and you own the firm, you feel that you don't have to explain to anybody. Why you made it or you didn't make the cut or the win the business or not? So I like to enjoy the competition I like to I enjoy to to be fighting as big boys, hopefully, sometimes winning. So is that an advantage to be relaxed in casual and informal and joke around. With these people who are used to much more formal stiff the the group that you described sounds like they're all manufactured in the same factory. And maybe the factories Warton or Harvard Business School, but the fact that they all look so similar and speak. So similarly to give you a tactical advantage when you're presenting. I think maybe many cases does another's they expect to have that. And they want that tradition prison presenter, I most of product of the same base school. You know? So so then my partner in the business went through the to Annapolis. So you have the square American seeks one, blah, blah, this crazy Mexican coming gain in joking with the board. So I think becoming nation makes him laugh, and it makes you it makes you befriend in their eyes. And they remember you more memorable. Right. So I have a friend who's at pimco. And he always he's now retired. But he used to complain that he doesn't have time to to do anything or go to conferences, or what have you because they're so busy managing trillion dollars in fixed income, and I used to bust his chops by saying, yeah. But it's not stocks. It's bond. That's that's practically manages itself. Which is a joke in the middle of a giant bonds bull market, but the little tiny bit of truth in that is. Is how m- how much was it like shooting fish in a barrel during the fat part of that bull market. You had rates coming down from what fifteen percent down to practically zero. How challenging was it operating during that giant long term trends there to problems managing fixing one is making sure you don't step on a minus before that you don't by WorldCom bond or an Enron bond or Pacific electric on the other side, you have the matter of liquidity size. It's not easy to be being coking. You have quit you decide to move and you have to sell five hundred million or a billion dollars worth of a bond. You have to find another piece another buyer on the other side, it takes two to Tango. And for them to find the counterparty is very hard for a firm. Cowers? They do move within or twenty million dollars. You can always find the other site in transaction. And after the crises in Onen, they allocated much less capital. Two desks. So they don't have even Dory. So when you went to transaction you have to go out and bid in the market, and it's very hard to find a big chunk of of the same product. If you went to be half commonality, your performance, if you if you're a buyer what about if you're a seller sex story like my assumption is if I have a ton of bonds to sell I pick up the phone, I call black rock, and they buy whatever whatever's out there. They were not of the thing is they don't want to allocate money to bonds. They don't want to park money in bonds. So that will only do the transaction eve. They want them at that precise moment and the broker dealers will only do them if they find the buyer immediately, if not just tell you there is no market for your. Bonds right now, and we'll keep you in mind, and that might take three days or three weeks. So there's a little bit of an illusion of liquidity in bonds when it's actually harder to sell them than we tend to think, you're absolutely right. I mean, that's why they're no diamond sales importance. You never see in stocks. You can say I put in my order eleven fourteen in the morning gave me all the transactions between eleven fourteen and fifteen and your order has to be there. No time Stanford mono time stamping bonds, quite interesting coming.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio. My special guests this week is Louise's Mozelle. He runs the four billion dollar capital group which specializes in active fixed income portfolios. So let's go back to nineteen hundred nine you have this big set of tax changes how much of a game changer was that for launching a fixed. Income farm actually, the game changer for Olympic capital was the growth of a bench implants wanting minority money managers, the nineteen eighties that stronger issue, but seen waters was that. They will ready, you know, pushing for it. She stealing the Indika in congress, and she's still doing the same the changing loss game for the high net worth individuals or foreigners not for Finnish plans. But there was this big push for hiring minority. Money managers, actually, they were carving out small pieces from the big allocations from the beef. The big funds always have been very biased towards using the beam Qasim in one of the world's short black rocks. But there was an desire to use African American Asian Hispanic companies. So we saw an opportunity there being a Hispanic firm to pick up some of that money. So that's the way we started. Now, they sheets emerging managers. It's no longer minority. There was a court case that stopped the use of minority discriminatory. And by now where it'll be too big too. Because emerging so we have to compete on performance. So that's that's not the worst thing in the world. So when you say RFP's by big institutions, your clients and potential clients are these giant funds? They put out a request for proposal, and you respond with repose UIL, and that's the basis of either. Winning the business or not is that a fair way to describe. That's correct. They will get probably thirty to forty responses that will pick up five or six finalists. And then you they visit you and then they pick up three or four that present to the board. And then the board the sites who gets the money. So what are those beauty contests says they've been called? What are they like when when a firm comes in and starts kicking the tires and looking around your shop? What's that experience? Like, it's an interesting experience because you have the numbers to show for performance. But they went to understand the process. They went to understand the people. They went to make sure you have the back office to support it compliance has become so important. The most interesting part for me has been that almost all the teams look identical three men. One woman. Everybody's seeks one waste two hundred three pounds whereas Brooks brother's suits. And in our case where different I my accent doesn't. Well, if I don't think it hinders anything, but I'm not the people presented that they normally have. And I think to joke with the boards and try to be more casual probably when you are smaller firm, and you own the firm, you feel that you don't have to explain to anybody. Why you made it or you didn't make the cut or the win the business or not? So I like to enjoy the competition I like to I enjoy to to be fighting as big boys in hopefully, sometimes winning. So is that an advantage to be relaxed in casual and informal and joke around with these people who are used to much more formal stiff the the group that you described sounds like they're all manufactured in the same factory. And maybe the factory is Warton or Harvard Business School. But the fact that they all look so similar and speak. So similarly does this give you a tactical advantage when you're presenting? I think maybe. In many cases, does another's they expect to have that. And they want that traditional prison presenter. I'm also product of the same school. You know? So so then my partner in the basement, it's went through the do Annapolis. So you have the square American seeks one, blah, blah, this crazy Mexican coming gaining joking with the board. So I think the combination makes them laugh, and it makes you it makes you different in their eyes. And they remember you more memorable. Right. So I have a friend who's at pimco. And he always he's now retired. But he used to complain that he doesn't have time to to do anything or go to conferences, or what have you because they're so busy managing trillion dollars in fixed income, and I used to bust his chops by saying, yeah. But it's not stocks. It's bond. That's that's stuff practically manages itself. Which is a joke in the middle of a giant bonds bull market, but the little tiny bit of truth in that is. Is how how much was it like shooting fish in a barrel during the fat part of that bull market? You at rates coming down from what fifteen percent down to practically zero. How challenging was it operating during that giant long term trends, there are two problems? Managing fixing one is making sure your don't step on mind as I said before that you don't by WorldCom bond or an Enron bond or a Pacific electric bond on the other side, you have the matter of liquidity in size. It's not easy to be at being coq when you have quit, you decide to move and you have to sell five hundred million or a billion dollars worth of a bond. You have to find another piece another buyer on the other side, it takes two to Tango. And for them to find the counterparty is very hard for a firm like ours. They do move within or twenty million dollars. You can always find the other site in the transaction. And after the crisis in owning they allocated much lift capital to. Desks. So they don't have even Dory. So when you went to transaction you have to go out and beat it in the market, and it's very hard to find a big chunk of of the same product. If you went to be half commonality in your performance, if you if you're a buyer what about if you're a seller sex story like my assumption is if I have a ton of bonds to sell I pick up the phone, call black rock, and they buy whatever whatever's out there. They would not of the thing is they don't want to allocate money to bonds. They don't want to park money in bonds. So they will only do the transaction eve. They want them at that precise moment and the broker dealers will only do them if they find the buyer immediately, if not just tell you there is no market for your boss right now. And we'll keep you in mind, and that might take three days or three weeks. So there's a little bit of an illusion of liquidity in bonds when it's actually harder. To sell them than we tend to think, you're absolutely right. I mean, that's why there are no diamond sales important. You never see in stocks. You can say I put in my order eleven fourteen in the morning gave me all the transactions between eleven fourteen and eleven fifteen and your order has to be there. No time stamp motto time stamping bonds, quite interesting coming up. We continue our.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The sixty four billion dollar budget proposal makes many of the same congress denied last year. The president's budget proposal would substantially increase spending on homeland security as well as the military stocks finished higher on on Asian markets today. This is NPR from news. Good morning. I'm Brian watt. The San Jose city council is scheduled to vote today on raising the height limits for downtown buildings. Peter Jon Shuler reports. Proponents say the proposal will allow Google and other large employers to develop more densely in what has been a largely underdeveloped. Downtown core. Matthew mayhood is president of the Silicon Valley organization, formerly the chamber of commerce Phil actually allow many of the projects that have been considered in the past non feasible to actually become feasible, but critics including some airport. Commissioners are worried about the impact of raising building heights on the flight path of aircraft leaving Mineta San Jose international airport. They argue it will force airlines to bump passengers to reduce weight on Peter Jon Shuler, K Q E D news in Redwood City. Renters are calling attention to an ordinance they say does not protect tenants as it claims to the law requires landlords to offer tenants one year leases and went into effect this year, but Dennis saver says there's nothing to stop landlords from hiking rents win. N-? They offered the leases saver is with community legal services, East Palo Alto and is working with renters who went before. Redwood City council members last night to voice their concerns and in Redwood City wok meaningful protection from exorbitant right increases and no fault eviction. And that means rent control. It means 'cause and other strong policies the city of Menlo Park..
"four billion dollar" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast
"And secondly where we're that when you raise that kind of that kind of money where does it go throughout the university well the university sets the priorities so they have a development department that runs all of the fundraising and obviously with all the different deans of the different schools they set the priorities it goes to the border region say prove a budget so you take a four billion dollar campaign and you put it into buckets and then and then medical in a broad scope got a billion dollars scholarship and endowment got a billion dollars so they developed these buckets and within those buckets you have a lot mints and then you get your volunteer base organized and once at volunteer basis organized the universe michigan development department led by gerry may runs that whole development team of people his inhouse people and his volunteers and it takes a huge huge effort to mobilize that many people and the tentacles of university of michigan are so deep in so broad and the number of large donors that they get and the way they go about disseminating the information and garnering it's a lot like you on a on preparing for football saturday and when you're developing a team of people get in a swell of ground level of support to go into that campaign to sell your programs and everybody has a great experiences here from the university of michigan so sometimes it's an easy sell in hard times and when economic times are down a little bit more of a different difficult sell.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on Worldly
"For us where we're going to a straight of water separating russia and ukraine more specifically to bridge on that water and more specifically to a truck because in that truck is ladder putin and again that sort of visuals are mazing it's putin getting into a truck same next to some probably terrified russian truckdriver putin who normally gets photographed doing manly things like writing tigers and being submarines and flying planes here's just literal truckdriver chuck along very comically slowly to cross this new twelve mile four billion dollar bridge that connect russia and part of ukraine that it just sort of casually invaded and conquered an annex not terribly long ago crimea but what's relatives like this bridge is like a four billion dollar twelve mile fuck you to the united states in europe which have said explicitly about this bridge don't build it to putin said i'm gonna build it and then he did the bridge represents not just an attempt for russia to solidify its unl awful seizure and occupation of crimea but it also impedes navigation so that's something we're watching carefully and as a concern of ours though the state department spokesperson heather nauert who was condemning again not just the russia invaded and conquered an annex crimea but specifically this bridge and specifically putin's decision to go across it and there's more to the kind of big fuck you of this bridge than the simple fact that they built it it's also who built it so it was built by two cronies are katie rotenburg who was a former putin judo partner because of course so he was like the main person with the contract person was sergei shems off who was putin's kgb colleague east german the eighties they're both sanctioned by the us so the people he chose to run this project under formal literal us sanctions and so imagine that it's not just the us system don't build a bridge does it's not just the us says hey don't annex crimea he did is that people he chooses of all the possible cronies to build it are specifically cronies at the us has already sanctioned this is part of the point of the putin foreign policy right is that everything.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Competing bidder it would mainly be reputational and especially in japan where some domestic investors are very risk averse have been very concerned about the drop into stock yeah indeed sixty four billion dollar takeover offer our thanks to as consumers reporter lisa g for joining us live from tokyo this morning to take us through the takeda de well let's see whether it does happen now that there is a recommendation to accept this yeah just checking in on the prices as they closed you got to kita karen i'm dying seven percents that wiped out a quarter of a billion yen in the market cap of tequila but if you look on the other side of the trade carolina and look we we look at shah on this side in the united kingdom brought one point four nine percent thirty nine points as as and a half so there's like half a billion pines has been added to the values does you huge mind to take into this i mean this is a sweetheart deal with a bid up from shah's board if consumed said that they are to agree on the day but these markets indicated tenuous caroline yeah i d straight ahead on bloomberg daybreak europe all take china twenty thousand opens in beijing we talk about the car business out of china assistant this is the bloomberg green business report electric buses were seen as a joke at an industry conference in belgium seven years ago when the chinese manufacturer b y showed an early model one executive from the shanzen based company recalls that everyone was laughing at byu for making a toy suddenly buses with battery powered motors are a serious matter with potential to revolutionize urban transportation and add to the forces reshaping the energy industry with china leading the way making the.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"That's embarrassing that's embarrassing that just adds to the frustration and the anger about living in california you know why and we have to tolerate this if three to four billion dollars as lowest why the hell we paying so much at the pump right and this is something that forces that price up obviously this premium this this mystery premium what could this be used for what is it for is it just money the state has lost or or what is there some kind of fraud going on i mean the government rules in the state of california are so convoluted so messed up when it comes to gasoline and it's sales i don't know if they're ever going to be able to figure this out but they've got to this is a money but we are paying every time we fill up at the pump now imagine three to four billion dollars a year if that were finally accounted for and taken off the price if this is some phony baloney thing this premium if it were taken off the price of a per gallon gas of a gallon of gasoline what would we save what would we save i mean i can't do the math on that because i'm not a math brainiac but but obviously we would save something wouldn't we if there were four billion dollar a year reduction in you know what we pay at the pump so i bring this to you as a public service so you can understand what's going on every time you go to the gas station and what could it be if you wanna comment did what could it be four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight t believe it's fraud by the state of california do you believe it's just clumsy accounting by the state of california do you think it's market manipulation do you think the refineries and the gas companies are doing this is it a combination of everything what does your gut tell you because your gut is the only thing you've got to drive you on this issue of three to four billion dollars lost every year unaccounted for again considering what we're paying at the gas pump and already what we're paying at.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"He's not he's not lying thirty seven point four billion dollar budget and they're going to tax online room booking they're going to tax ridesharing they're going to tax marijuana they're going to raise taxes and all these things raise taxes on e cigarettes they're going to tax internet transactions they're going to raise taxes on millionaires and retail sales it's a four point two percent higher budget than the current fiscal years and all of that is going to be funded with tax increases well look she's not alone yes she blaming trump because of the deductability this the property and state tax deduction gone that a lot of look a lot of people living these blue states they're liberal democrats she wasn't but the end of deductability for property taxes and state taxes got a lot of people ticked off because that alone is raising their taxes that ray well because if that takes it one step beyond where they are comfortable blaming it instead of blaming on their local government isn't a blaming it on the liberal government for high taxing them in the first place i mean the solution to this is for all of these liberal governors and legislators to lower state taxes but instead no that'll never happen.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Much everything he's not he's not lying they've got a thirty seven point four billion dollar budget and they're going to tax online room booking they're going to tax ridesharing they're going to tax marijuana they're going to raise taxes and all these things raise taxes on e cigarettes they're going to tax internet transactions they're going to raise taxes on millionaires and retail sales it's a four point two percent higher budget than the current fiscal years and all of that is going to be funded with tax increases well look she's not alone yes she blaming trump because of the deductability this the property and state tax deduction gone you know that that a lot of look a lot of people lebanese blue states they're liberal democrats she wasn't but the end of deductability for property taxes estate taxes got a lot of people ticked off because that alone is raising their taxes that well because if that takes it one step beyond where they are comfortable blaming it instead of blaming it on their local government isn't a blaming it on the liberal government for high taxing them in the first place i mean the solution to this is for all of these liberal governors and legislators to lower state taxes but instead no that'll never happen.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I'm looking at some rates here it's it's it's pretty encompassing when this governor says raise taxes on pretty much everything he's not he's not lying they've got thirty seven point four billion dollar budget and they're gonna tax online room booking they're going to tax ridesharing they're going to tax marijuana they're gonna raise taxes and all these things raise taxes on e cigarettes they're going to tax internet transactions they're going to raise taxes on millionaires and retail sales it's a four point two percent higher budget than the current fiscal years and all of that is going to be funded with tax increases well look she's not alone yes she blaming trump because of the deductability this the property and state tax deduction gone that that a lot of look a lot of people livni's blue states they're liberal democrats she wasn't but the end of deductability for property taxes and state taxes got a lot of people ticked off because that alone is raising their taxes that well because it's that takes it one step beyond where they are comfortable blaming it instead of blaming it on their local government instead of blaming it on the liberal government for high taxing them in the first place mean the solution to this is for all of these liberal governors and legislators to lower state taxes but instead no that'll never happen.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"I'm looking at some rates here it's it's it's pretty encompassing when this governor says raise taxes on pretty much everything he's not he's not lying got a thirty seven point four billion dollar budget and they're going to tax online room booking they're going to tax ridesharing they're going to tax marijuana they're going to raise taxes and all these things raise taxes on e cigarettes they're going to tax internet transactions they're going to raise taxes on millionaires and retail sales it's a four point two percent higher budget than the current fiscal years and all of that is going to be funded with tax increases well look she's not alone yes she blaming trump because of the deductability this the property and state tax deduction gone that that a lot of look a lot of people living these blue states liberal democrats she wasn't but the end of deductability for property taxes and state taxes got a lot of people ticked off because that alone is raising their taxes that ray well because it's that takes it one step beyond where they are comfortable blaming it instead of blaming it on their local government is blaming it on the liberal government for high taxing them in the first place i mean the solution to this his for all of these liberal governors and legislators to lower state taxes but instead no that'll never happen.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on WDRC
"On the talk of connecticut by minutes after the hour of 8 o'clock friday morning a special guest guys of the democratic party gubernatorial candidate and uh again our guest until eight thirty uh this morning answering questions the phones were all loaded up daniel and brad let's go to david and middletown welcome to brad and dan david go ahead david and guard who arm quick turn guy on questioned poor yet yasser hear them an unfair to connecticut had a four billion dollar depp in theory arm year after eight billion and connecticut than the whole off of over three hundred billion dollars in debt so uh can you please but typically okay on an pal meeting how you want a um a unpaid down our debt and balance the budget ed uh pretty mon who could after birth question decker one is to comment on your idea on holes pretty much funding of pay a loan polls a right uh end of the year say i paid eight grand in polls a ride on light taxes all right the on thirty connecticut gonna give me all it i eight grand back every penny all right then pretty much what the haven't whole david thanks for the call the negotiated serving the tolls irs to clerk the tolls from the people that are not kirch version the sturdy connecticut flick from massachusetts her or new jersey or new york and uh that's that's what i'm talking about here is the euro ready paying for the interstate highways and the other herro as ruined the state through the regular taxes that you play and they're gonna come back to the answer you on your your question on how are we going to deal with these various fiscal problems of riyadh and we got some we have huge fiscal resources and the state we need to look at a lot of things and what for example and you use several billion on several different issues in your rights there are a lot of being things one of them is this four and a half billion dollar and transportation projects that are already you're ready to go there was shovel ready i guess as they call them we need to release those right now the reason we reneged release them right now is because if euro sihaan you're thinking about putting one hundred million dollars into your factory expansion and uk can't.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The real deal him on junior six kfi am 640 more stimulating talk there is a request for an emergency audit of the bullet train that was turned down that sounds like a good idea how it sounds like a horrible idea assemblyman jim patterson the democrat out of fresno requested this audit because it's a mess the plan is a mess who is supposed to be sixty four billion dollar project which is a ridiculous figure on its face but this project is facing a one point seven billion dollar increase in costs and a sevenyear delayed and were just talking about the little baby segment in the central valley the one that's like four hundred yards long yeah barely long enough to hold a train though the way that it was turned away almer a tucci is the a democrat out a torrance he assembly man who chairs the joint audit committee and he says listen i just wanna go about doing this the right at way which is ask for a regular audit when the committee holds a hearing in january because an emergency audit only would have to be approved by the chair in the cochair of the committee which i don't know why they wouldn't give a thumbs up to something about it would deny the legislature in the public the opportunity to review and discussed the issue in public what are we what else do we need to discuss about this a sixty four billion dollar project that was originally supposed to be about thirty four billion dollars there's no way that that thing is coming in under budget and if there's no way that this thing ever moves there's no way that this train ever sees an actual train engine on tracks moving it just is not going to happen gary and shannon weekday mornings at 1000 kfi am six forty four rescued with a kfi listener owed twenty thousand dollars his wages were being garnished the tax rescue group was able to stop the garnishment and.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The end of its four billion dollar discovery mission twenty years after it was launched the craft will into the atmosphere of sutton and be rapidly torn to pieces global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries and the guarantee this is bloomberg caroline thank you so much land that's quite an image that life until two pieces okay we'll bring him on that now the time let's talk now about method team because concerns about the cost of this new regulation of ramped up this past week major asset managers light deutsche bank in franklin templeton has said that they will absorb all the costs related to the new regulation and not passing the buck but a wednesday you be i said that it expects mifid to have a material impact on profits as investment bank struggled to set fees for research should they previously bundled in with other services ubs investment bank president andrew del cells spoke exclusively to bloomberg the problem is that as i stand here in september i think everybody has run scenarios i don't think anybody in any investment bank or other client will tell you i have it all figured out and on january 1st i know exactly how i'm going to approach it and all my providers north and we're aligned so by definition there will be some adjustments from the beginning of next year so that was the investment bank president andrey sells speaking earlier this week now for more next mifid story let's bring in but it begs very in ghana he joins us live this morning great.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Of the big four xlt it has its present cinema merca but it's not one of the biggest sports in our country and like kids who play soccer and then get to ninthgrade and go you know what maybe i wanted to do something else they go into playing football or the sticking ball sports or hockey or something like that to me that's what boxing boxing will become ten years from now a part of the feeder system for mma and when you say did you you have nma is going to go away sooner barbara i could not disagree with you more and it's from a real simple standpoint there is a place to end up in mma and that is with ufc in fact there're places like well used to be strikeforce now it's belo tower there are other places to go work when you're dealing a boxing what are you dealing with for the most part and i know i'm gone broad paintbrush here for the most part you're dealing with skis e skull me promoters you could say data why does the skis skills he promoter but they built a four billion dollar business the business of boxing is broken there is again it used to be don king and used to be bob arum and people like that now what are you going to get into business with floyd mayweather or you're gonna get into business with oscar de la hoya yeah those two guys have to really pick up the mantle and develop fighters and turn guys in to boxoffice attractions whereas if you have the stamp of approval for the ufc the fact you've made if there's kind of already proven how good you are therefore it's less hype and they have a sustainable business model whereas boxing dozen david in green bay wisconsin next pscrussia cbs sports radio high dave what's up progress how are you first time longtime truly enjoy your show sir our i wanna hit trump and i'm going to call it mesh with graf you've taken the oil lot of my uh my thunder here but i'll tell you what regarding your your.
"four billion dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Industry here from cata makes up almost a third of the global supply and yet as of two weeks ago that supply has been abruptly cut off philcom lewis is a he market consultant base in new jersey in the us he told me what he was useful besides party believes that it's about four billion dollar a year industry worldwide the largest application is as refrigerant for mri machines but it's got a whole bunch of different usages it's used in semiconductor actor manufacturing and optical fibre manufacturing and welding and various other industrial applications including filling party balloons and goodyear bloom so how serious is the threat to this industry from this cut a crisis seeing at the moment it's very serious because cutter is actually the world's secondlargest producer of helium after the us and there is very little flex capacity in the world so if the cutter supply is cut off for an extended period the world will experience you'll have shortage no question about it what with the consequences of that be well there was a shortage from two thousand eleven to two thousand thirteen and during live shortage the price of helium approximately doubled and then a longer term result was that people useless he'll him because it became more costly and so some of the major users installed recycling equipment and things like that so there would be difficult times for certain industries if there was a shortage yeah i mean a an end to party balloons perhaps wouldn't be the biggest crisis in the world would it but if it were threat to mri machines that perhaps would be more serious in that's an interesting point they give me because during the left shortage the party balloon demand was cut off in the us were certainly curtailed dramatically while let's say the more critical applications like mri were receiving their full allocation so there is enough leeway so the the more critical applications can get their full supply.