30 Burst results for "Four Hundred Fifty Million Dollars"

South Park Creators Pledge 14 New Films for Paramount+

/Film Daily

01:44 min | 2 months ago

South Park Creators Pledge 14 New Films for Paramount+

"Good news. They're going to be making fourteen new south park movies. Brad tell us breath us. Yeah not only are getting fourteen newsouth part movies. But it's part of this big new overarching deal that trey parker and matt stone the creators of south park just strapped with mtv entertainment studios and viacom. Cbs because they're also Extending south park out through. It's a milestone thirtieth season and then the deal also includes these fourteen director streaming southbound spinoff movies that will be released exclusively on paramount plus. And this is a deal that is going to make parker and stone over nine hundred million dollars which is crazy I mean. I don't even gosh i nine hundred million dollars. I mean even split between the. It's still four hundred fifty million dollars and that's just it's crazy to me. That's a crazy amount of content to commit to the like rpm still like clamoring for south park at this point. I mean south park still has very loyal fans. It's you know there's a reason it's been around for this long. It's a staple of comedy central. It's the recent specials that they've done the vaccination special they did You know a previous special. They had as well. I think it was the holiday special. And so they've proven to be very popular still and it's just to show that stuck around for so long and people continue to watch it so it's you know it's one of those things where it's just a staple now of television essentially and it's gonna keep going as long as you know Viacom keeps ordering new seasons of

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Department store chain Belk filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Department store chain Belk filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting department store chain Belk is filing for chapter eleven bankruptcy the Belk department store chain is filing for chapter eleven bankruptcy in a news release private equity firm sycamore partners said belt will continue with normal operations as it goes through bankruptcy according to the Charlotte observer the one hundred thirty three year old department store chain has struggled during the corona virus pandemic the bankruptcy plan will allow bell to shed about four hundred fifty million dollars of debt and it expects to emerge from bankruptcy by the end of February based in North Carolina Belk has nearly three hundred stores in sixteen southeastern states hi Mike Rossio

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Italian police find stolen copy of Leonardo 'Salvator Mundi'

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Italian police find stolen copy of Leonardo 'Salvator Mundi'

"Italian police say they recovered a painting believed to be a copy of Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator mundi police say the keeper of the painting a priest at the church in Naples was not the way it should be taken away all stolen they found the missing picture in an apartment and the owner who was arrested on suspicion of possession of stolen goods told the police he bolted at the flea market Leonardo's original Salvator mundi was sold for more than four hundred fifty million dollars at a Christie's auction in twenty seventeen the company is believed to be from the early sixteenth century I made by Leonardo's peoples according to a note to the back of the painting I'm Charles de Ledesma

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The Trump Treatment for Covid Is Coming Soon

Squawk Pod

06:46 min | 1 year ago

The Trump Treatment for Covid Is Coming Soon

"The president's trip for Corona virus and their implications on Wall Street in a video posted to twitter Wednesday evening president trump touted the drugs administered to him and urged federal regulators to approve emergency use authorization for two in particular regeneration and Eli Lilly's antibody therapeutic treatments. Both companies submitted requests for FDA emergency use this week beyond clinical trials very few covid patients have received these treatments to this point. Also this week, the FDA published new guidance vaccine manufacturers mandating at least two months of follow up safety data after vaccinating trial participants in making a vaccine approval before November. Third Election Day unlikely here's Joe Kernan make trump joins us now with more. Mega just mentioned to you. Something that are cashing actually wrote I think it was yesterday morning that at least perhaps to keep in mind twenty percent of what we're seeing in the stock market and the rally after the stimulus. Debate could be because of. We may have we may be getting closer to to some type of treatment. For Cove it I know you're going to talk about the president he looked. Did you see him yesterday after being diagnosed a week ago or whatever it was? He looked good and looked it looked like he was almost fully recovered yesterday Williams talking about this regeneration drug and you know he had a lot of medicines so you can't tie it to one obviously but pretty amazing I think right? Well, certainly, you can't tie to one but the president putting a lot of focus on these antibody drugs we know of course he received regenerates. Cocktail on Friday. Ella Lily is also developing an antibody in this space. Now, both of these companies have filed for emergency use authorization. We brought you that news from lily yesterday and last night just hours after that video from the president regenerate announced it had filed for emergency use authorization as well, and there are still more of these in clinical trials behind these. Now, guys will have to see how quickly the FDA acts here but the next question is going to beat the supply of these medicines. Take a look at what the companies. Have told us about what they have available if they got emergency use authorization now regeneration says about fifty thousand doses could be made available at aims to get that up to three hundred thousand within a few months. Now, one dose is one whole course of treatment. So that's the number of people they treat. Now regenerate does have a contract with the government four, hundred, fifty, million dollars under which it would provide those initial doses and the government would make them available to Americans at no cost. The government would also be responsible for the drugs. Distribution now lilly says it has a single antibody, not the cocktail approach that regenerates pursued that it's filed for authorization of it would have one hundred, thousand doses of that available in October, and it also has a combo approach that filing four. Probably in November, our it would have fifty thousand doses, the entire fourth quarter. So guys supply of these is going to be the next major question similar situation to what we saw with when Desa Vir. Hey. So meg earlier before this avenue and we don't want to rush anything obviously you're talking about. A compassionate use for whatever this this was an and with anything especially monoclonal is you need detailed phase one, two and three trials, and you need to have a a control group and everything else. So it's very important but just philosophically mega let's think about what a vaccine does. You introduce maybe a part of the spike protein your body sees it and manufacturers its own antibodies against the virus doesn't sound that much different. If you're generating similar antibodies, in vitro in in a test tube and introducing those antibodies that are already against. Against the corona virus, so I mean almost takes out a step of the vaccine where the body actually has to manufacture its own and you're just giving someone the antibodies said this morning that that's a powerful idea if you are. If you're convinced of the proof of concept that the May factor one of these similar to what the the body would would do. Naturally, this could be a game changer I don't think the trump is wrong on this. Yeah. You're exactly right. In the way you described that Joe, I mean this is an immune response that has been generated by someone against the coronavirus. Some of these are actually taken from survivors of covert nineteen regenerate also combined one of those with one. Made in its labs but it is the immune response and while the initial trials were given as treatment for patients. Similarly to what we saw in the setting of the president, he was recently diagnosed and received this treatment. It's also being tested as prevention for high risk patients who've been potentially exposed to somebody with covid nineteen, and so it is a similar idea but the problem Joe is there just won't be a lot of these available at the beginning and their feet drugs so they're not pills easy to take either. And in the president's case, it was very early on to and. You worry about that second week when the virus has already gotten to a level that causes that immune response that can be so harmful and You would have to get I assume you'd have to get this. We have we need to do the testing obviously, but it seems like president trump. Was An advantage that he got it very early on. In his treatment theoretically, if that's what if that's what caused the improvement so there's a lot of questions still, but but reason for hope I think to be you know we need hope this point after watching what's happened to the entire world right? Absolutely, and we haven't seen what's happened with the president's visual load. So we don't have all the information of course. Yeah we don't. We don't they just from appearances. All right. Thank you, Becky, you want you went in and dead I questioned to Maggie talked about how regeneration thinks that they could get three hundred million doses ramped up in the next several months, which would be great. That's almost the entire population would all of that go to the American population I know you mentioned that some of it's already been bought by the government and kind of guaranteed but are we talking about taking that and then splitting with other nations? Or what all of that stay in the. United States. So I may have misspoken they'll have three hundred thousand within a few months and only fifty thousand now and that all has been purchased by the US government. But that's why I'm kind of comparing it to the best of your situation where we were in a shortage. Yeah. So it's not going to be enough for everybody they're going to have to make decisions about who should get the strugg-.

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The Latest Projects with Adam Justice

Home: On

05:57 min | 1 year ago

The Latest Projects with Adam Justice

"Welcome to episode one, hundred, Thirty, eight of home on a show about the I y home control and automation brought to you by the digital. Media Zone. Richard Guenther and I am so happy to be joined again by Adam justice my friend, the CEO of connects sense Adam. How are you? Good it's been a minute since I've been on your show. Yeah it has. been a while and it's really funny because as I was thinking about that as a window last time we've talked together on home on. Of course, we co host the smart home show together. So we get a chance to talk all the time. It just hasn't been necessarily with this audience, but I'm glad you could join me. We're just going to run through the. Normal News stuff you know we've been doing a bunch of topics, special episodes and I haven't been getting episodes out as quickly. So I just wanted to do some news focused discussion and maybe maybe a little bit of an update from the last time you and I spoke on our other show about the projects that we've been up to. Okay sounds great. We're going. To start with the long awaited news from smart things, we finally have a sunset date for the classic APP. So if you're still using smart things classic, it is going away on October fourteenth and by going away I mean it will no longer work period. If on the fourteenth you go into the classic APP, you'll be prompted to create your Samsung account you haven't. Done that and download and switch over to the standard smart things up. It seems silly to call that the new APP since it's been out for about two and a half years now but not everybody has switched over to it yet. Now, this is not the only thing changing. In fact, if you're still using the classic APP Today You may have noticed that your event history is no longer showing up there. It's over in the new APP. So that's an incentive to maybe switch a little bit early if you haven't already and similarly if you have Samsung products, their status is. No longer showing up in the classic APP, that is also only happening in the new smart things up. So they're really serious about this. They've given us lots of time plenty of notice that this was coming I'm just curious. Are those diehards going to end up sticking with it now or are they going to end up jumping and try and something else? Yeah. I mean these things always happen and it sounds like they've given everybody plenty of notice to make a move but there's always somebody that's not going to be happy and I think the real hardship is going to be for. Those heavy duty hobbyists who might have some smart apps still in use in the classic APP that as of yet haven't been rewritten for the new platform or just aren't going to be one example is and I'm really not quite sure why they called this out specifically. But Samsung smart things announced when they announced this sunset date that the echoes speaks smart APP, which is a third party. SMART APP by an independent developer is no longer going to be supported on the new platform. The crazy thing is that according to Jimmy Hawkins are smart things guy developer didn't even know that until. The announcement came out. Whoops whoops is right. This is a shame because this is a cool up but of course, this is doing stuff that you're not really supposed to do. This is sending audio statements to echo devices to say directly, and that's not really something that even Amazon wants developers doing right now my guess is it probably got called out because it has a huge install base and they new people were GONNA be upset about it, and so you know and I'm sure Amazon called him out at one point and they're like, okay well, it'll die when the old APD is. That is probably the most likely scenario right I could see that happening indeed the next piece of news here was that Google has made a huge investment in Adt. It was about four hundred, fifty, million dollars for a six point, six percent stake in the company which you noted as a seven billion dollar valuation. That is the thing that's astounding to me that at is considered a seven billion dollar business. Yeah I. had no idea they were that large company but good for them. With this investment, Google's going to integrate its nest smart home devices in with eighty t and their devices. Yeah and it seems like they're just trying to at least get the devices on the docket right now. But it's very likely that these frankly dated and less well-known devices like sensors and cameras, and so forth at Adt has been using some of them. I think are even white labeled and used with ADT branding they're going to go away. You're basically going to be buying nest systems through at to the extent that at customers are going. To get access to nest aware, which is nest subscription service. So sounds to me like eighty s pretty much handing over the reins to Google year. Yeah I think this marriage makes a Lotta sense. Obviously, nest wants to get more into security and you can either fight Adt in the battle against ring or you can join them and you know put your powers together. So I think ADT's branding is a lot stronger insecurity and obviously ness branding is a lot stronger and smart home so that it feels like a win win for both companies.

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Google to buy 6.6% stake in ADT in home security push

Equity

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Google to buy 6.6% stake in ADT in home security push

"Google announced, they will invest four hundred, fifty, million dollars into home security company. Adt. According to CNBC. AD said on Monday that the companies will work to combine nest products and ADT's installation and alarm systems, Google class. B, shares that it will by not have voting power, which is notable, and also recall that nest return to Google. From other back in twenty, eighteen

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Penn National Gaming to Buy Stake in Barstool Sports

Tiki and Tierney

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Penn National Gaming to Buy Stake in Barstool Sports

"Penn national gaming is by a minority stake in Basel sports for hundred thirty six million a deal that values the company at four hundred fifty million dollars massive congratulations to Dave Portnoy Erica Nardini in all of the people at barstool sports this story is one of the American dream if you really think about it Dave Portnoy was hustling newspapers on the corner on corners of the streets of Boston after retiring from recording from a job that he didn't enjoy to pursue this thought now they're being valued at four hundred fifty million dollars just in sports talk world very very happy for Dave Erica the turning group all the people of Barstow this is massive for them good for Penn gaming getting involved in getting it and honestly this is the American dream to the academy with a **** he was quoted this morning saying I have unlimited money good for him I am very as a as a person I was a story before I became an employee before we became an employee another were doing our own thing nothing but happy for them good for them and I help I can't wait to see how the money is spent in used because they were doing and fantastic

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Lands’ End Shares Jump on Earnings

MarketFoolery

04:17 min | 2 years ago

Lands’ End Shares Jump on Earnings

"Going to start with what I think is the surprise of the day and that is lands end up twelve percent after third erred. Quarter profits came in higher than expected. Revenue was a little light same store sales for Lens and came in north of eight percent. That is strong growth. Yeah yeah some of that has to do with the fact that there were eighty nine lands end stores that closed right so those generally in fact I think in every case Someone will certainly correct me if I take one side of this issue the other in every case it was because of sears closing in lands end was was was an integral part of of of the sears experience. such as it was So certainly certainly the you know that that that helped the tick but you have to say looking looking at the revenue numbers. It doesn't look like an up double digits result. It really doesn't and I know that at least part of that is lands end raising guidance. For sure we're going into the holiday quarter. Maybe there's optimism there I don't know this is. This is one of those businesses. That is a little puzzling to me. Just because they appear to have the product right right the under armor. They've got good products. It's just the rest of the business. They're struggling with lands. End makes quality stuff. Yeah they just appear. I do struggle with Most other parts of retail. I don't think that you would look it lands and and maybe this is for better for worse you look at the you know the the nosedive dive that north faces on for example like landon isn't going after like being the hot brand They they are a steady as she goes brand. They are very credible. You know it's funny. I never noticed until I was actually doing the research did you ever notice that. The the APOSTROPHE for lands end is in the wrong place it's Land S.. Apostrophe the grammar scold in me is really angry that I never noticed. What does this so I looked it up and it turns out that when lands end was founded the first time they had made enough money to make a catalog? The printer put the apostrophe in the wrong place. And they didn't have enough money to fix it so this road with it and not only did they roll with it. They just embraced it so it is still. Land S. apostrophe and which despite the grammar scold in me you know. I will never UNSEE that. It's a really great brand. It's a great brand brand that they have the that they have taken pains to maintain and I think that helps absolutely helps. This is a company where the market cap is about four hundred fifty million dollars. Do you think I mean this really seems like because of the quality merchandise is because of the how solid the brand is it really seems like it would make for a good smart Tuck in acquisition for W- and I'm not saying for the next year or the next year and I wasn't you know wasn't going to say the neck you know for tapestry per se it's exactly who I was thinking about those types of businesses businesses that say you know what we've got a portfolio of brands and we're GONNA make this part of it sure a tapestry or a it would be a very smart acquisition. I you know lands ends and to me is a is a company that although you know as I'm as we're recording now is up seventeen percent despite that it's not something that really is going to surprise you that much and I'm not sure that the brand gives it permission to push into a bunch of different verticals. It is a the it is what we think it is and so I would think that this would be you know. Now that it's cleaned up a bunch of a bunch of its operations. Now that it's you know sears is sort of taking itself out of the equation. I would think that this would be a really good acquisition for for for a tapestry because it's a good cash flow of story. It's just not one where I expect. I would expect hyper growth without taking some risks to the brand

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Grand Hyatt hotel in Downtown Denver sells for $115 million

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Grand Hyatt hotel in Downtown Denver sells for $115 million

"Is here in some new ownership we're one of Denver's oldest hotel certainly one of the oldest and most familiar downtown the grand Hyatt Denver on Walton street one four hundred fifty million dollars sold by a real estate investment trust fund do a limited liability corporation would address in Mexico City notice I did say they were sold by high if they haven't been owned by high it for some time hi it will continue to manage the hotel the one it'll stay on the grand Hyatt brand brand high it was built in nineteen eighty eight is have number of renovation sense that it does get a four diamond rating from

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"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:59 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Be going up on that too. what's happening. drug makers are recalling generic versions of the heartburn drug cent tax sold left Walgreens Walmart and right eight over concerns that the medications might contain a probable carcinogen the drug manufacturer Apotex said its recalling seventy five milligram and a hundred and fifty milligram tablets sold over the counter at the three chain pharmacies because the drugs might contain low levels of the cancer causing impurity N. D. MA the Walgreens version of the recall products are sold under the store brand walls van the Walmart and rite aid labeled versions are described as ranitidine tablets so there you go put that away whistle blower report released on Thursday said president Donald Trump not only abused his office and attempting to solicit Ukraine's interference in the twenty twenty you what selection for his political benefit but that the White House tried to lock down the evidence about the conduct it's an incredible story where Mr trump on Ukraine's president from the computer system which they tried to perjure which they could normally be stored the whistle blower is a CIA officer and was assigned at one point to work at the White House Howard bloom was watching these matters for us Howard I don't know we impeachment what do you think it's an incredible story it's a disturbing story and here's the deal two major impeachment news stories unfolded today this morning at approximately eight AM the whistle blowers report was made public meanwhile there was another story unfolding and it's a tale of two treason Donald Trump the counter puncher was trying to bury the whistle blower news with accusation early this morning at a private breakfast for staff from the United States mission in New York president trump call the whistle blower a traitor and wish out while the we bring back the death penalty for treason and president trump hammered home charges that the real criminals here or Joe Biden Joe Biden's son hunter what did. the whistle blower half the say the cop president from so furious that he called for the death penalty the whistleblower said that Donald Trump had broken the law but he was endangering American security and that he was undermining the US government's efforts to deter and counter foreign interference in your selection what we walked to the whistle blowers say president trump and broken it is against American campaign law to solicit or to receive campaign donations of anything of value not just money from foreign sources Congress has allocated four hundred fifty million dollars the Ukraine to buy weapons so they could fend off of vicious Russian invasion an invasion that has killed sixteen thousand people so far and his wife one point five million Ukrainians homeless according to the whistle blower president trump had refused to hand the four hundred and fifty million dollars overdue cranium until the new Ukrainian president and the words of the whistle blower would play ball now what ball game the president trump one president trump according to what full blown withheld the money to get the new Ukrainian president to agree to two things investigate Joe one hundred Biden and investigating mysterious company called crowds strike in other words president trump one of the rainy and the U. opposition research for his campaign according to American campaign law that is a criminal act but the crowds request with even more problematic than the Barden demands white because president trump in some conspiracy theorists save the Russians were not the ones who interfered in our two thousand sixteen election they say it was crowd struck an American security firm led by a Russian born American a security company that regularly worse for of all people the Republican Party crowd strike is based in California according to president trump's theory it is really a Ukrainian company in fact this merely goes the Democrats were cyber attack by their fellow Democrats and one Democrat Seth rich was supposedly killed by the Clintons hidden from. feeling that fact then crowds right supposedly had at least one democratic computer server in the Ukraine by forcing this theory on the U. cranium president and asking them to validate it Donald Trump was doing whatever food insecurity work remember seventeen American intelligence agencies have concluded that the Russians were the ones responsible for American campaign interference in two thousand sixteen but Donald Trump was using what looks like extortion to try to get Russia off the hook put that together with two other facts and you come to a disturbing conclusion over the past two and a half years president trump has given Latimer proving what he most wished for in the world the weakening of the western alliance and the crippling of NATO and improve his presence on TV on July sixteenth two thousand eighteen president Donald Trump Howard and simple like a slave today Donald Trump accuses accuser the whistleblower of treason at about the same time Republican presidential challenger bill weld said that the one committing treason and the one who deserves the death penalty this president Donald Trump. do you see impeachment proceedings or not absolutely no question about it there we went over the set to rights ago there were so many grounds work that it just defies belief but remember I'm a Democrat I'm biased my Republican friends disagree with me totally no that's true I jury Corsi on last night he said just the opposite of what you said tonight right exactly so you have two different world views the world view of Republican trump list and the world view of off liberal progressive Democrats whatever the hell we are and the fact is anything that looks villainous to the folks on the trump side looks like salvation to us on the democratic side or vice versa anything that's what looks like salvation looks like demons looks like the devil itself the Republicans we have this deep divide and you know I'm working with Newt Gingrich on a two billion dollar moon price when I came up with the Maxwell airforce base in may now Newt Gingrich under ordinary circumstances I would regard as my profound this anime the two of us that needed me and we are working together on this project we made time and Newsweek with this project a bunch of other media outlets so when you sit down with somebody you radically disagree with you can find common points of view thank you both want to achieve and if you put your differences out of the way you focus on those things you want to achieve you have a functioning American civilization again I tell you what though however this is beginning to wear down the American people it is just wearing them down people are just getting tired of everything they're fed up with it all it's going to change the fifth hurricane of the two thousand nineteen Atlantic hurricane season has roared into open ocean strengthen into a category four storm it's called hurricane Lorenzo meanwhile tropical storm Karen has weakened someone so we'll keep our eyes on both of those. a story that we haven't coast to coast am dot com fifty thousand apples were recently stolen from an apple orchard in northwest Indiana the apples of disappeared there were worth thirty thousand dollars who would steal fifty thousand apples. it's easy to understand the motivation to get along with others for starters humans are incredibly social beings who need positive relationships in fact there really would be no chance of society existing of people did not by and large cooperate with each other and get along. yet people often harm each other on purpose why is this why do people so often wonder hurtin harm others decades of research indicates that there is much truth to the popular belief that people are meant in to mean to others in order to feel better about themselves let's check in with our resident psychiatrist Dr Peter Bergen Peter is that a true statement what do you think. it's a very super special statement it misses entirely the boat that that we're in today we have we have meanness on a radio Venus on television and meanness everywhere is this just a bunch of people with poor self esteem getting hurt I don't think so we have to look more deeply what really clauses this kind of outrageous behavior that really you were kind of talking about the little earlier on the show is a lack of self restraint. a lack of ethics a lack of rising above the situation your hand. we in America today I really facing the promotion. I believe this coming mostly from the progressive side. the promotion of unleashing on others. and we're doing away with the idea of restraint in regard to everything from from drugs is sexual promiscuity and then on to just being simply kind to people courtesy respectful this. I think it's much too simple to say that a few feet treated badly your gonna treat other people badly it increases the risk surely but that's not what life is about life is not about the risk that if your system is so called self esteem your personal worth is low and then somebody harms you or insults you that then you treat others similarly America rests on it and at any sane society rests on the idea that we do our very best to control our own emotional reactions that we work really hard to treat people with respect and that we don't lash out at others as we so often here now on television on the radio do you see now although this meanness to be worse now that you've seen in a long time yeah and I'm pretty old to it and then around. I I've seen a lot. I think that I see it all the time hi I'll be honest I thought I felt that when Howard was talk yeah I just think it it's time to stop making outrageous statements about other people to just go after somebody because there your political anime are they politically disagree with you the country is becoming very dance with right down the middle Peter thank you so much doctor Peter Bergen in a moment Dr Sherri Tenpenny back with us on coast to coast as we talk about mandatory.

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"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"That too here's what's happening. drug makers are recalling generic versions of the heartburn drug sent tack sold at Walgreens Walmart and right eight over concerns of the medications might contain a probable carcinogen the drug manufacturer Apotex said its recalling seventy five milligram and a hundred and fifty milligram tablets sold over the counter at the three chain pharmacies because the drugs might contain low levels of the cancer causing impurity MD MA the Walgreens version of the recall products are sold under the store brand walls then the Walmart and rite aid labeled versions are described as ranitidine tablets the girl put that away whistle blower report released on Thursday said president Donald Trump not only abused his office and attempting to solicit Ukraine's interference in the twenty twenty your selection for his political benefit but that the White House tried to lock down the evidence about the conduct it's an incredible story where Mr trump on Ukraine's president from the computer system which they tried to perjure which they could normally be stored the whistle blower is a CIA officer and was assigned at one point to work at the White House Howard bloom was watching these matters for us Howard I don't know we impeachment what do you think it's an incredible story it's a disturbing story here's the deal two major impeachment news stories on hold today this morning at approximately eight AM the whistle blowers report was made public meanwhile there was another story unfolding and it's a tale of two treason Donald Trump the counter puncher was trying to bury the whistle blower news with accusation early this morning at a private practice for staff from the United States mission in New York president trump call the whistle blower a traitor and wish out while the we bring back the death penalty for treason and president trump hammered home charges at the wheel criminal fear or Joe Biden Joe Biden's son hunter but what did the whistle blower half the say the confidence from so furious that he called for the death penalty the whistleblower said. the Donald Trump had broken the law but he was endangering American security I mean he was undermining the US government's efforts to deter and counter foreign interference in US elections what we walked to the whistle blowers say president trump the broken it is against American campaign law to solicit work to receive campaign donations of anything of value not just money from foreign sources Congress has allocated four hundred fifty million dollars the Ukraine to buy weapons they could fend off a vicious Russian invasion an invasion that has killed sixteen thousand people so far and his wife one point five million Ukrainians homeless according to the whistle blower president trump had refused to hand the four hundred and fifty million dollars over to the cranium till the new cranium president and the words of the whistle blower would play ball now what ball game the president from one president trump according to what full blown withheld the money to get the new Ukrainian president to agree to two things investigate Joe one hundred Biden and investigating mysterious company called crowds strike in other words president trump one of the premiums the U. opposition research for his campaign according to American campaign law that is a criminal act but the crowds request with even more problematic than the Barden demand white because president trump in some conspiracy theorists say that the Russians were not the ones who interfered in our two thousand sixteen election they say it was crowd struck an American security firm led by a Russian born American a security company the regularly worst one of all people the Republican Party crowd strike is based in California according to president trump's theory it is really a Ukrainian company in fact the theory goes the Democrats were cyber attack by their fellow Democrats and one Democrat sept rich was supposedly killed by the Clintons hidden final dealing that fact then crowds right supposedly had at least one democratic computer server in the Ukraine by forcing the theory on the cranium president and asking them to validate it Donald Trump was doing what I'm. this jury work remember seventeen American intelligence agencies have concluded that the Russians were the ones responsible for American campaign interference in two thousand sixteen but Donald Trump was using what looks like extortion to try to get rush off the hook put that together with two other facts and you come to a disturbing conclusion over the past two and a half years president trump has given a lot of recruiting what he most wished for in the wall the weakening of the western alliance and the crippling of NATO and improve his presence on TV on July sixteenth two thousand eighteen president Donald Trump Howard and simple like a slave today Donald Trump accuses accuser whistleblower of treason at about the same time Republican presidential challenger bill weld said the one committing treason and the one who deserves the death penalty this president Donald Trump. do you see impeachment proceedings or not absolutely no question about it there we went over the set to try to go there so many ground support that it just defies belief but remember I'm a Democrat I'm biased my Republican friends disagree with me totally no that's true I jury coarsely on last night he said just the opposite of what you said tonight right exactly so you have two different world views the world view of Republican trump list and the world view of US liberal progressive Democrats whatever the hell we are and the fact is that anything that looks villainous to the folks on the trump side looks like salvation to us on the democratic side or vice versa anything that's what looks like some version look like demons looks like the devil itself the Republicans we have this deep divide and you know I'm working with Newt Gingrich on a two billion dollar moon price when I came up with the Maxwell airforce base in may now Newt Gingrich under ordinary circumstances I would regard as my profound distinta me the two of us that needed me and we're working together on this project we made time and Newsweek with this project a bunch of other media outlets so when you sit down with somebody you radically disagree with you can find common points of view thank you both want to achieve and if you put your differences out of the way you focus on those things you want to achieve you have a functioning American civilization again I tell you what though however this is beginning to wear down the American people it is just wearing them down people are just getting tired of everything they're fed up with it all it's going to change the fifth hurricane of the two thousand nineteen Atlantic hurricane season has roared into open ocean strengthen into a category four storm it's called hurricane Lorenzo meanwhile tropical storm Karen has weakened somewhat so we'll keep our eyes on both of those. a story that we haven't coast to coast AM dot com fifty thousand apples were recently stolen from an apple orchard in northwest Indiana the apples of disappear they were worth thirty thousand dollars who would steal fifty thousand apples. it's easy to understand the motivation to get along with others for starters humans are incredibly social beings who need positive relationships in fact there really would be no chance of society existing of people did not by and large cooperate with each other and get along yet people often harm each other on purpose why is this why do people so often one are hurting harm others decades of research indicates that there is much truth to the popular belief that people are meant in to mean to others in order to feel better about themselves let's check in with our resident psychiatrist Dr Peter Bergen Peter is that a true statement what do you think. it's a very super special statement it misses entirely the boat that that we're in today we have we have meanness on a radio Venus on television and meanness everywhere this is just a bunch of people with poor self esteem getting hurt I don't think so we have to look more deeply what really clauses this kind of outrageous behavior that really you were kind of talking about the little earlier on the show is a lack of self restraint. a lack of ethics a lack of rising above the situation you're in. we in America today I really facing the promotion. I believe this coming mostly from the progressive side. promotion of unleashing on others. and we're doing away with the idea of restraint in regard to everything from from drugs is sexual promiscuity and the then on to just being simply kind to people courtesy respectful yes Sir so I think it's much too simple to say that if you beat treated badly your gonna treat other people badly it increases the risk surely but that's not what life is about life is not about the risk that if your system is so called self esteem your personal worth is low and then somebody harms you or insult to that then you treat others similarly America rests on and and and any sane society rests on the idea that we do our very best to control our own emotional reactions that we work really hard to treat people with respect and that we don't lash out at others as we so often here now on television on the radio you see now although this meanness to be worse now that you've seen in a long time yeah and I I'm pretty old to abandon around. I I've seen a lot. I think that I see it all the time hi I'll be honest I thought I felt that when Howard was talking yeah I just think it's it's time to stop making outrageous statements about other people to like just go after somebody because they your political anime are they politically disagree with you the country is becoming very dance with right down the little Peter thank you so much doctor Peter Bergen in a moment Dr Sherri Tenpenny back with us on coast to coast as we talk about mandatory.

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"Be going up on that too. what's happening. drug makers are recalling generic versions of the heartburn drug cent tax sold at Walgreens Walmart and right eight over concerns that the medications might contain a probable carcinogen the drug manufacturer Apotex said its recalling seventy five milligram and a hundred and fifty milligram tablets sold over the counter at the three chain pharmacies because the drugs might contain low levels of the cancer causing impurity N. D. MA the Walgreens version of the recall products are sold under the store brand walls van the Walmart and rite aid labeled versions are described as ranitidine tablets so there you go put that away a whistle blower report released on Thursday said president Donald Trump not only abused his office and attempting to solicit Ukraine's interference in the twenty twenty your selection for his political benefit but that the White House tried to lock down the evidence about the conduct it's an incredible story where Mr trump on Ukraine's president from the computer system which they tried to perjure which they could normally be stored the whistle blower is a CIA officer and was assigned at one point to work at the White House Howard bloom was watching these matters for us Howard I don't know we impeachment what do you think it's an incredible story it's a disturbing story and here's the deal two major impeachment news stories on full today this morning at approximately eight AM the whistle blowers report was made public meanwhile there was another story unfolding and it's a tale of two treason Donald Trump the counter puncher was trying to bury the whistle blower news with accusation early this morning at a private practice for staff from the United States mission in New York president trump call the whistle blower a traitor and wish out while the we bring back the death penalty for treason and president trump hammered home charges at the real criminals here or Joe Biden Joe Biden's son hunter but what did. whistle blower half the say the cop president from so furious that he called for the death penalty the whistleblower said that Donald Trump had broken the law but he was endangering American security I mean he was undermining the US government's efforts to deter and counter foreign interference in US elections what we walked to the whistle blowers say president trump of broken it is against American campaign law to solicit or to receive campaign donations of anything of value not just money from foreign sources Congress had allocated four hundred fifty million dollars the Ukraine to buy weapons so they could fend off of vicious Russian invasion an invasion that has killed sixteen thousand people so far and his wife one point five million Ukrainians homeless according to the whistle blower president trump had refused to hamper four hundred and fifty million dollars overdue cranium until the new Ukrainian president and the words of the whistle blower would play ball now what ball game the president from one president trump according to what full blown withheld the money to get the new Ukrainian president to agree to two things investigate Joe one hundred Biden and investigating mysterious company called crowds strike in other words president trump one of the rainy in the U. opposition research for his campaign according to American campaign law that is a criminal act but the crowds request with even more problematic than the Barden demands white because president trump in some conspiracy theorists save the Russians were not the ones who interfered in our two thousand sixteen election they say it was crowd struck an American security firm led by a Russian born American a security company the regularly yours for of all people the Republican Party crowd strike is based in California according to president trump's theory it is really a Ukrainian company in fact this theory goes the Democrats were cyber attack by their fellow Democrats and one Democrat sept rich was supposedly killed by the Clintons hidden from. feeling that back then crowds right supposedly had at least one democratic computer server in the Ukraine by forcing this theory on the Ukrainian president and asking him to validate it Donald Trump was doing whatever food mystery work remember seventeen American intelligence agencies have concluded that the Russians were the ones responsible for American campaign interference in two thousand sixteen but Donald Trump was using what looks like extortion try to get rush off the hook put that together with two other facts and you come to a disturbing conclusion over the past two and a half years president trump has given a lot of recruiting what he most wished for in the world the weakening of the western alliance and the crippling of NATO and improve his presence on TV on July sixteenth two thousand eighteen president Donald Trump Howard and simple like a slave today Donald Trump accuses accuser the whistle blower of treason at about the same time Republican presidential challenger bill weld said that the one committing treason and the one who deserves the death penalty this president Donald Trump. do you see impeachment proceedings or not absolutely no question about it there we went over the set two nights ago there were so many grounds work that it just defies belief but remember I'm a Democrat I'm biased my Republican friends disagree with me totally no that's true I had jury Corsi on last night he said just the opposite of what you said tonight right exactly so you have two different world views the world view of Republican trump list and the world view of US liberal progressive Democrats whatever the hell we are and the fact is anything that looks a villainous to the folks on the trump side looks like salvation to us on the democratic side or vice versa anything that's what's what's like salvation looks like demons looks like the devil itself the Republicans we have this deep divide and you know I'm working with Newt Gingrich on a two billion dollar moon price what I came up with the Maxwell airforce base in may now Newt Gingrich under ordinary circumstances I would regard as my profound distinta me the two of us that needed me and we are working together on this project we made time and Newsweek with this project a bunch of other media outlets so when you sit down with somebody you radically disagree with you can find common points of view thank you both want to achieve and if you put your differences out of the way you focus on those things you want to achieve you have a functioning American civilization again I tell you what though however this is beginning to wear down the American people it is just wearing them down people are just getting tired of everything they're fed up with it all it's going to change the fifth hurricane of the two thousand nineteen Atlantic hurricane season has roared into open ocean strengthening to a category four storm it's called hurricane Lorenzo meanwhile tropical storm Karen has weakened someone so we'll keep our eyes on both of those. a story that we haven't coast to coast AM dot com fifty thousand apples were recently stolen from an apple orchard in northwest Indiana the apples of disappeared there were worth thirty thousand dollars who would steal fifty thousand apples. it's easy to understand the motivation to get along with others for starters humans are incredibly social beings who need positive relationships in fact there really would be no chance of society existing of people did not by and large cooperate with each other and get along. yet people often harm each other on purpose why is this why do people so often wonder hurtin harm others decades of research indicates that there is much truth to the popular belief that people are meant in to mean to others in order to feel better about themselves let's check in with our resident psychiatrist Dr Peter Bergen Peter is that a true statement what do you think. it's a very super special statement it misses entirely the boat and that we're in today we have we have meanness on a radio Venus on television and meanness everywhere is this just a bunch of people with poor self esteem getting hurt I don't think so we have to look more deeply what really corners is this kind of outrageous behavior that really you were kind of talking about the little earlier on the show is a lack of self restraint. a lack of Essex a lack of rising above the situation your hand. we in America today a really facing the promotion. I believe this coming mostly from the progressive side. the promotion of unleashing on others. and we're doing away with the idea of restraint in regard to everything from from drugs is sexual promiscuity and the then on to just being simply kind to people courtesy respectful yes Sir. I think it's much too simple to say that if you be treated badly your gonna treat other people badly it increases the risk surely but that's not what life is about life is not about the risks that if your system is so called self esteem your personal worth is low and then somebody harms you or insult to that then you treat others similarly America rests on and and and any sane society rests on the idea that we do our very best to control our own emotional reactions that we work really hard to treat people with respect and that we don't lash out at others as we so often here now on television on the radio do you see now will this mean this to be worse now that you've seen in a long time yeah and I'm pretty old which I've been around long. I I've seen a lot. I think that I see it all the time I I'll be honest I thought I felt that when Howard was talk yeah I just think it's it's time to stop making outrageous statements about other people two would just go away after somebody because there your political anime are they politically disagree with you the country is becoming very dance with right down the middle Peter thank you so much doctor Peter Bergen in a moment Dr Sherri Tenpenny back with us on coast to coast as we talk about mandatory.

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"The city of angels near the Pacific Ocean and good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world I'm George nori walking to coast to coast AM later tonight loch ness monster here's what's happening. company called torrent pharmaceuticals has again expanded the recall of its blood pressure medication over concerns the tablets might contain small amounts of cancer causing ingredients in a September nineteenth statement the FDA announced the torn pharmaceuticals voluntarily expanded the recall to include additional lots of its or so ten potassium tablets which are being used to treat hypertension hypertensive patients with left ventricle hypertrophy enteropathy in type two diabetic patients. house speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced the formalization of an impeachment inquiry into president Donald Trump saying the president must be held accountable for his betrayal of his oath of office the trail of our national security and the betrayal of the integrity of our elections hello she specifically charge that the administration had violated the law by not turning over a whistle blower complaint concerning president trump's July call with the Ukrainian president someone ski citing testimony that the director of national intelligence was blocking the release of the complaint she said this is a violation of the law. is it an apparently porcelain ski to investigate former vice president Joe Biden and his son hunter the president vowed to release a complete transcript of his call though it's unlikely to settle the issue in Congress first let's go with Howard bloom the author of the global brain Howard your take on this situation well there's no impartiality here the Democrats and the Republicans are living in two separate worlds of change that the trump followers because that's not all all Republicans and the world from Democrats have been out to get for Donald ever since he declared this campus they have model what trump called the greatest the most destructive which kind of all time president Barack Obama and his team according to this view use the FBI to spy on trump in early two thousand sixteen they concocted a phony story about from Russia now they are contracting another phony story about our intelligence community whistle blower and alleged trump attend the course the new president of the Ukraine did you got door on Joe Biden and his son hunter and hunter was on the border of Ukrainian oil company the real criminals here says from our Joe Biden hunter Biden but according to the trump this all these democratic dirty deeds are part of a crew and attempt to undo the results of this two thousand sixteen election and attempt to undo the will of the people of the tea party supporters of trump's theater by harassing Donald Trump the Democrats are committing treason then there's the democratic view things look very different from the democratic point of view Donald Trump has committed at least half a dozen crimes according to the Democrats until late this afternoon he refused to turn over the complaint of the whistle blower Congress a criminal act an act that violates the law. Abbas violated the emoluments clause of the constitution by hosting foreign delegates at its hotels making it clear that those who spend the most money in this commercial empire will get the most favored treatment this is bribery trump took an oath to uphold the constitution according to the democratic view but he has violated the constitutional separation of powers if trampled on congress' power of the purse by redirecting three point six billion dollars the Congress clearly allocated for the military who is border wall trump has tried to cripple Congress's constitutional powers of oversight by refusing to allow the members of his administration who have been called to testify to appear or in the case of Corey Lewandowski this week by instructing trump are trumps the member to literally show as much contempt for Congress as you possibly can contempt of Congress is punishable by jail time but that's not all from his broken the law of this of the candidates cannot accept things of value for foreigners for campaign from build his entire two thousand sixteen campaign around a Russian yes Hillary Clinton's emails then openly encourage the Russians to reveal more of them but that's not all trump's Republican Party has rigged the American electoral system so that a Republican candidate to get some your forty eight percent of the vote can be the democratic candidate who gets fifty two percent down from selection this is not according to the Democrats represent the will of the people far from it from lost the election day Lori Clinton by three million votes yeah but he won the electoral college yes he won the electrical outlets but trump's we could say that from selection at least in the democratic view is a violation of people's well and there's more Donald Trump life he gives false witness roughly a half of the oven so let me ask you do you think this since impeachment inquiry is warranted yes or no yeah I think it's very much need all right now let's get the views of doctor John Curtis online columnist dot com John go ahead. well I mean Nancy Pelosi said today and we have to believe or this is not political it's not political when the mother report basically vindicated trump it on March twenty third the Democrats fantasy of impeaching top went bust but what did they do instead what they did was they sent Jerrold Nadler the house you know reduce Judiciary Committee chairman they sent Adam ship on another witch hunt the ticket to cherry pick anything they could find out of the mall report to prove the trumpet struck to justice well what happened now is that they have their smoking gun or they think take care but isn't jumping the gun a little bit not even knowing what the transcript as you talk about a rush to judgment right now where the poll what we see has been under massive you know pressure from the quad squad specially AOC sensually said two days ago that the biggest scandal of all is not trumps misdeeds not his law breaking but it's why the Democratic Party has not impeach him so finally they're getting what they want right now which is to throw as much mud on trump and this was always the Democrat plan there was much mud on him as they can between now and the election hope it sticks and they they can do that prevent him from a second term but you know these are serious charges if the transcriber BL George that trump did try to coworkers the Ukrainian president into investigating the bidens in exchange for four hundred fifty million dollars in military aid and I think they got a case to case I DO I went out with him I'm sorry John thank you John John Curtis online columnist dot com apple computer's mysteriously break down across Hollywood after a software problem mac pro appears to be incompatible. with the new version of the avid editing software which they use for TV shows and movies when taxpayers use online systems of the IRS really wants to make sure the people accessing information are those who say they are the agency has implemented a number of authentication tools over the years with varying degrees of success and it's not looking at the behavioral analytics as an option the irises announced a sole source contract a bio catch for you proof of concept that would incorporate but behavioral analytics for the agency's II authentication system the buyer catches technology tracks how will user interacts with their device and the agency's apps to continually verified their identity Lauren Weinstein our expert on such matters with us what's this all making war and. about a proof of concept here which which does mean that the tests that may or may not result in a long term deployment they're trying a bunch of different techniques and what these are or additional means to help authenticate a user things beyond the username and a password no behavioral biometrics which is the general term for all of this actually has a very long and interesting history this kind of technique has been used with keyboards tried to see what kind of patterns people use whether typing on a keyboard and it goes all the way back to Morse code days when the unique sending rhythm the rhythm of the Morse code operators in wartime would use the king this this was called could be used to help determine if the person sending the code was actually the person you thought it was. so with that has a process but it's a pretty interesting when you look back at how long these because the systems of them have been use one way or another now there's a lot of limitations first of all you have to have enough data on somebody how they use these things to be able to collect the information to determine what the behavioral patterns are so somebody's only using your site briefly or they don't visit that often that can be a lot tougher and also when you think about it there's a lot of natural very for the way you interact with keyboards info but even under the best of conditions there can be differences so they're using it with your groggy before your coffee or using it when you're a little bit of a car you want a desktop or using a phone you don't usually use at work would have you're breaking our break a finger so none of these systems are going to be a hundred percent what they do is they provide probabilities additional possibilities that could be used to help with Medicare the user whether in the long run these are better of the of the other kinds of additional authentication methods that exists now in terms of of two factor of verification flight okay vital keys you to F. keys and things like that to provide additional authentication we'll have to see but it's certainly interesting to see the government experimenting in these areas well iris scans running rampant should look they got to do something anything you know when you when you're talking about people's people's money and and and government resources it's really important to try to do the best with of the case you can so I I I think it's it's a big a really good way to experiment whether or not this turns out to be something they're gonna use long term we'll find out Lauren's website vortex dot com thanks Lauren a woman has given birth to a baby girl with four legs in three hands the parents had not been for an ultrasound and so the birth of a little girl alongside her twin brother came as a shock to the medics in India experts think the first time mother could've been expecting triplets but one pair were court con joined interesting in the news it coast to coast am dot com a Florida toddler who was born with a. working on her face that resembles a Batman mask will soon travel to Russia in hopes of receiving an innovative treatment for a rare skin condition is truly a strange story go take a look at it in the news and coast to coast AM dot com up next plane god the evolution of a modern surgeon Dr Tony youn joins us next on coast to coast AM..

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"That the Kashmir region of India's been downgraded from a state to a territory the U. N. security council scheduled a rare meeting you and officials say the council session may be its first don cashmere since the late nineteen nineties or possibly since the nineteen seventy one India Pakistan war with the end of British colonial rule in nineteen forty seven the Indian subcontinent was divided into predominantly Hindu India and mainly Muslim Pakistan the countries fought a war over Muslim majority Kashmir which ended in nineteen forty eight with a U. N. brokered ceasefire that left Kashmir divided the rocket expected to power the next mission to the moon is about ninety percent complete NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein visited the facility where the two hundred twelve foot tall corps stages being built it's made up of two liquid propellant tanks and for our S. twenty five engines in the months to come the engine section will be attached to the rest of the course section if all goes well little power the Artemis one test flight next year plans call for the rocket to carry an uncrewed Orion capsule NASA says the capital will make a double loop around the moon during twenty five and a half days in flight future missions are expected to carry American astronauts including the first female astronaut to land on the moon an archaeological dig at the Alamo to help preserve the historic Texas mission is on earth musket balls that experts say could date back to the eighteen hundreds the San Antonio express news says the survey of the mission error west wall of the long Berwick is meant to help determine how best to protect the oldest component of the Alamo crews are digging for pets to help expose the seventeen hundreds limestone wall to its foundation in an effort to fight moisture archaeologist Kristin Nichols as workers so far have recovered musket balls the mid eighteen hundreds bottle and tin glaze majolica from the Spanish colonial period the survey began nearly a month ago preservation of the Alamo as part of a wider four hundred fifty million dollar development plan for the area New York City Jeffrey committed suicide Jack Quinn as more the sixty six year old financier accused of sex trafficking was found dead in his New York jail cell last Saturday now the medical examiner's office has released a statement saying the autopsy and.

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"Farmers insurance knows that when you're in the car and that song comes no not that one well yes that's the one you have no choice but to pull out your imaginary drumsticks and smash those symbols and stop on that kick pedal unfortunately is also known as the accelerator pedal and we covered it at farmers we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two click for more we are partners hundred my farmers truck for insurance exchanges and affiliates products available in every state airlines is setting an earlier cut off time and pilots must stop drinking alcohol before flights a B. correspondent Shelley Adler says a follow some recent arrests the new rules says United Airlines as for pilots to stop drinking twelve hours before flight that's up from eight hours the change in the so called the bottle to throttle role comes after two United pilots were arrested in Scotland and charged with suspicion of being under the influence before a flight to the U. S. a United Airlines spokesman says the new policy was sent to pilots a week ago and took effect last weekend I'm showing a blur in archaeological dig at the Alamo to help preserve the historic Texas mission his on earth musket balls that experts say could date back to the eighteen hundreds the San Antonio express news says the survey of the mission error west wall of the long Berwick is meant to help determine how best to protect the oldest component of the Alamo crews are digging for pets to help expose the seventeen hundreds limestone wall to its foundation in an effort to fight moisture archaeologist Kristin Nichols as workers so far have recovered musket balls the mid eighteen hundreds bottle and tin glaze majolica from the Spanish colonial period the survey began nearly a month ago preservation of the Alamo as part of a wider four hundred fifty million dollar development plan for the area a former Blackwater security contractor has been given a life sentence for his role in shooting unarmed civilians in Iraq A. P. Washington correspondent Sager Madani reports prosecutors said Nicholas Latin was the first to open fire on civilians in a Baghdad traffic circle a dozen years ago fourteen Iraqi civilians were killed including two kids Latin was convicted of first degree murder in December and a federal judge here in Washington sentenced him to life in prison the defense argued Latin and all other Blackwater personnel opened fire only after C. rations level of C. O. H. B. the combination products of carbon monoxide and have a blood inside his blood is not known what role if any carbon monoxide exposure they have played in the crash Charleson of this month London.

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02:34 min | 2 years ago

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"The Alamo to help preserve the historic Texas mission has an earth musket balls that experts say could date back to the eighteen hundreds the San Antonio express news says the survey of the mission era west wall of the long Berwick is meant to help determine how best to protect the oldest component of the Alamo crews are digging for pets to help expose the seventeen hundreds limestone wall to its foundation in an effort to fight moisture archaeologist Kristin Nichols as workers so far have recovered musket balls the mid eighteen hundreds bottle and tin glaze majolica from the Spanish colonial period the survey began nearly a month ago preservation of the Alamo as part of a wider four hundred fifty million dollar development plan for the area well the president talked up the economy A. P. wash the correspondent saga Madani reports an economic indicator is sending warnings of a possible recession ahead it's called the yield curve inversion market phenomenon showing yields on to win ten year treasury notes inverted early today that means investors want more in return for short term government bonds then for long term ones it's a significant indicator investors have lost faith in the economy soundness inversions like this have preceded the last nine recessions going back to nineteen fifty five but Bankrate dot com's mark hammer excess don't panic there's no reason for anyone to lose any sleep or buy canned goods saying the economy will not grow forever it's just a question of when a downturn arrives and that could easily be more than a year off soccer mad Connie Washington one of the most iconic players in the history of music videos will receive the Michael Jackson video vanguard award at the twenty nineteen M. T. V. video music awards Missy Elliott who became the first female rapper inducted into the songwriters hall of fame earlier this year will finally be a recipient of the award I'm TV's social also perform at the August twenty sixth the vent at the prudential center in Newark New Jersey since our debut video for the rain super duper fly in nineteen ninety seven where she sported an inflated trash bag with confidence and charisma it's been a power house on the music video scene with an odd Bali centric and creative style that's inspired generations after her eighteen I'm in the choir gunshots continue to echo in Philadelphia's nice town Taiyo good neighborhood as police are dealing with the gunmen.

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"Make you the most famous seventeen you will in roles Anthony Anderson forty nine and that's our birthday round up for August fifteenth I'm Bob Kessler an archaeological dig at the Alamo to help preserve the historic Texas mission has an earth musket balls that experts say could date back to the eighteen hundreds the San Antonio express news says the survey of the mission era west wall of the long Berwick is meant to help determine how best to protect the oldest component of the Alamo crews are digging for pets to help expose the seventeen hundreds limestone wall to its foundation in an effort to fight moisture archaeologist Kristin Nichols as workers so far have recovered musket balls the mid eighteen hundreds bottle and tin glaze majolica from the Spanish colonial period the survey began nearly a month ago preservation of the Alamo as part of a wider four hundred fifty million dollar development plan for the area Pakistan controlled Kashmir will no longer recognize a decades old border after India stripped it of its statehood in a surprise move in parliament last week the line of control was brokered two and a nineteen seventy one war between India and Pakistan both claim Kashmir in its entirety but agreed at the time to respect the status quo that it was split between them cashmere will now interpret the border as a ceasefire line which if crossed by Indian forces would constitute an act of war however without an army of its own the government has no power to enforce that change to the choir man remains holed up in a building in Philadelphia's nice town neighborhood taking shots at police after wounding a half dozen officers were trying to serve a narcotics warrant this afternoon police commissioner Richard Ross St already entered the premises got towards the rear of the kitchen area when gunfire erupted shooter by multiple rounds officers returned fire many of whom had to escape the windows and doors to get from a barrage.

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"Six police officers in Philadelphia have been hurt in the shooting cops say a man has been firing on officers police are in a standoff with the guide the officers injuries are said to be non life threatening the news is brought to you by my count choice dot com the LA county sheriff has opened an investigation into an agency that investigates his department sure of Alex to be in a way that is going after the county's inspector general for accessing personnel files supervisor she like you'll says that appears to be intimidation to stop the I. G. from looking into serious issues about sheriff's gangs about retribution about stopping investigating deputies who have done something wrong allegedly she says the IG can look into personnel files the sheriff's department says that's not true and that the I. G. is breaking the law Andrew on the back KFI news two female elementary school students have sued riverside school district claiming sexual abuse by a former technology aid lawyer Morgan Stewart says the district failed to supervise the guy who had a history of sexual abuse I can imagine is these little eight nine ten year old girl sitting in a technology class and be the left alone with an untrained unqualified individual man faces a couple dozen sexual abuse charges the district has already agreed to shell out more than six million dollars to three other students with similar claims the riverside school district has not responded to requests for comment an eight hundred million dollar contract has been approved to build out the gold line to Pomona I'm ecstatic it's a great win for Pomona it's a great win for the region Pomona mayor Tim sand of all was all smiles after the foothill goal line construction authority awarded the contract to civil engineering firm Q. it Parsons authority C. O. have be Balian says this contract allowed for more stations just under ten miles it'll get this completed twenty twenty six the contract includes an option to extend the line to my clear for another four hundred fifty million dollars extension is paid for by much ram and state gas tax dollars in Monrovia Chris and Carla okay fine news from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic.

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Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And diamond backs are back underway after a rain delay in the Bronx since the Diamondbacks in front by a score of three to two and that in Kansas city the blue jays down the world by a score of four one Michael Thomas is now the highest paid receiver in the NFL getting a five year extension the saints with sixty one million dollars in guarantees in ikana Connie as best way the age of seventy eight football hall of Famer and renaissance man whose lasting legacy legacy is the Miami project which he co founded and raised more than four hundred fifty million dollars in spinal cord and brain injury research number check Colorado springs what's going on Jim Rome here catch me in the jungle weekdays ten to one on extra sports thirteen hundred he training camps of started be teach here in the drops of the wacky on the just got this wacky full creasing we seeing that bell players try to pull themselves out of the team concept to make names for themselves making it about me me me me and not cost us us it's called the part really quickly this will work the NFL is a team game these shoes this will probably frightened seems fans that for the homes very well may have just had the best year of his career all the tangible measurables cold cold cold cold cold distinctly there's a chance that he will never match what he did last year they're talkin he is here he thank you for coming to you live from the rocket mortgage by quicken loans studio rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience tiki barber here in New York BC red.

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Famed Auction House Sothebys Sold for $3.7 Billion

Business Wars Daily

04:55 min | 2 years ago

Famed Auction House Sothebys Sold for $3.7 Billion

"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Monday, June twenty fourth. Sotheby's the famed auction house just closed its biggest sale ever. It sold itself to French Isreaeli businessman Patrick, dry for three point seven billion dollars dry. He is a telecom and cable industry tycoon. He founded European cable company. I'll tease in two thousand one and has a reputation for building a global business empire through acquisitions and aggressive cost-cutting. But the Wall Street Journal has already reassured art lovers to mention Sotheby's employee's the dry. He won't bring that cutthroat strategy to his newest acquisition rather, he's buying the auction house for art's sake. The journal says and art lover himself draw. He owns works by Picasso Matisse and Chagall and. His long admired the auction company, which was founded in London in seventeen forty four at least now draw he plans to hold onto Sotheby's for the long term and help it grow the first step. He intends to take these private ending. It's thirty one year stint on the new York Stock Exchange. The idea is that going private will help Sotheby's compete with its arch-rival Christie's Christie's is a private company also owned by a French businessman, the two companies often scrap over lucrative consignment deals to sell multi million dollar artworks in collectibles to seal those deals auction houses often discount their commissions, but as a privately, held business Christie's had more latitude to shave its commissions and make big deals than Sotheby's did since Sotheby's had to report those details to shareholders that latitude makes a difference over the last year. Both Christie's and Sotheby's have done well, booed by a healthy economy. But in absolute terms, Christie's fared better than Sotheby's by more than a half of a billion dollars. Christie's is seen as the winner in the art collection duopoly in part because it has captured some gasp worthy deals in 2017 it sold a rediscovered Leonardo Davinci painting for a record price of four hundred fifty million dollars. And last year it sold the art collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller for a record price as well. Eight hundred thirty five million dollars under draw. He's ownership Sotheby's should prove to be a more aggressive rival, and that won't just be an in-person auctions, but online as well. The company intends to expand on a strategy that already started boosting its digital sales are collectors still politely raised their hands at live auctions to bid on old masters, but more and more often younger art buyers are bidding online, Sotheby's soul, two hundred twenty million dollars worth. Of art online last year up twenty four percent from twenty seventeen the Wall Street Journal reported, it's too soon to know whether taking Southeby's private, and pushing online sales will help Sotheby's surged past Christie's or not. But one thing is clear Patrick draw. He is already proved himself to be artful at growing companies now. We'll see whether he'll be successful at painting, a new future for Southeby's. From wondering this is business daily if you like our show, sure would appreciate a review and a rating on your favorite podcast app. I've David Brown, and we'll be back with you tomorrow. Business wars. Daily is brought to you by Staples. The world of work is changing faster than ever before a week ago open floor plans were in. Now, they're out the pace of our evolving work lives can feel overwhelming. But Staples can help not the old stables, but a new Staples that delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired work may be constantly changing. But Staples is changing right along with it to support you. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change.

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"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Arizona's morning news. The valley's only only morning show. Eight twenty three and it is eighty one degrees in Phoenix. I'm Martha our. Arizona's immigration crisis in Mexican leaders say they are making progress in negotiations to keep the five percent tariffs on all Mexican goods from kicking in on Monday, Arizona chamber of commerce and industry president and CEO, Glenn hammer says the tariffs would essentially be a four hundred fifty million dollars tax on zones. We don't want the terrorists to occur. We want to work with Mexico and get the US congress to do its job to help fix the migration. President Trump is trying to pressure Mexico into cutting the flow of Central American migrants cross coming over to our southern border. The latest numbers out this morning show, hiring slowed in may employers added seventy five thousand jobs, many analysts were predicting a number closer to one hundred eighty thousand. Fire commanders have been worried about this year's fire season for months, the cooler Mayweather delayed the heart of the season. But now the desert is carpet of dead brush, grass and weeds, creating a by a wet winter. Temperatures will be around one hundred ten next week if you're doing any outdoor activities whether that's using a torch or anything, that's throwing sparks having a campfire burning in years past you're able to suppress those fires, how they got away from you quickly, but now because of that overgrowth and fuel load, that's just not happening this year. That's Tiffany develop with forestry and fire management. She says the fires now have the potential of getting big in a short amount of time. Twenty-five. We haven't had any big traffic.

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"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on AP News

"On the on the ability of the American people to know what the executive branch is doing and to have responsible government. It is an attack on the essence of our democracy. Nadler's committee has voted as the full house to hold attorney general William bar, and contempt of congress for refusing to turn over the unredacted Mela report and evidence behind that report. Georgia Republican congressman Doug Collins ranking member of the committee says any constitutional crisis would be the making of Nadler and House Democrats the question we have here today. And I heard the chairman just a moment ago say we're in a constitutional process. The constitutional crisis is a committee that is asking from the attorney general things he cannot give the constitutional crisis is a committee asking not only rifle all but enforce the law. Senate Judiciary committee has sent a subpoena to Donald Trump junior tasks or questions about testimony. He gave in two thousand seventeen about the Trump Tower deal in Moscow to students eighteen year old Devon Ericson in sixteen year old Alex McKinney had their first court appearances in a Denver suburb following yesterday's attack in which one student was killed eight others injured district attorney, George Brock ler tells reporters he's working with the parents of Kendrick steal the eighteen year old who was killed as he tried to stop the attack. You can see that these are people that are still dealing with the fact that a little more than a day ago, they had a son. And now, they don't broccoli says charges are likely to be formerly filed against Erickson McKinney on Friday. TV footage shows hundreds of rifles and handguns stacked in the driveway of Los Angeles mansion after police in ATF agents, raided the home following a tip about illegal firearm sales. Investigators say they found more than a thousand weapons in the home along with gum making equipment and tools. This is a p. Radio news. President Trump travels to the Florida panhandle to see what progress has been made since hurricane. Michael hit their last year at a rally in Panama City beach, Trump now just under four hundred fifty million dollars in disaster. Eight on top of the one point one billion that was previously allocated. Administration will be allocating four hundred forty eight million dollars in disaster recovery funds.

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"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Four hundred fifty million dollars for franchise now. Valued at three doing the bad news is you're gonna spend over a billion on a new arena thrive in the finance guys. Paid for that everything every dollar is not one dollar public funding. And it makes them very nervous. He calls me. All the time. Don't we're gonna get through. I worry. Right. They worry privately funded every dollar for my own pocketbook and wallet account savings. Use them. All emptied all the accounts. I was watching lake of lesson. I'm like, dude. He started talk like me talking like him. I know I honestly thought it would go in allies. If you haven't seen go analyze lake of looks like he's been affected by the really mean in Crowley here. Polly talking, and then I don't affect and then back to the masters. We see Twitter to Phil Mickelson has fill one Twitter because he launched his his his account just in the last four or five months, and he's already done a the sniper shooting. Nailed it. Remember that one is the way he like enunciates tuten nailed then he did his calf exercises one. We're headed to caps lacks point. Then he did one on Saturday morning driving. I wanna sit down magnolia lane. But hell, he's the guy who's won three masters. So he says up magnolia lane. He's got whoever it isn't as passenger seat. Either the lovely Amy Mickelson at Pleasanton, California, though, shout out, by the way, Amy knew how to treat writers because she was a kind any sweetheart. And she would when you see her polish kind of give you a big long hug. I'll take a hug from anybody. Really? Like rub your back bonus points. So like, Amy I'm not gonna write anything bad about Philly kind of like me even more because I'm rubbing wondered what she did me. I didn't know it might have been a factor could have been something going on. That's for you to tell me go over to like seventy five year old over the exact same yet. Tim rubbed his back to Murphy will take it personally. Anyway. So I don't know if was Amy filming him or his brother the caddy, but he had somebody riding shotgun as you drove to hang magnolia lane. Savage live. Phil Mickelson on Twitter. Check it out here weekend.

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"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tom shoes as they went with us on a real giving trip in Uruguay when you went and handed out shoes shoes, they filmed us in our office. I need a network with great coverage. Because for every pair of shoes that we sell everything was just child totally real legit. And they made it into a very different type of commercial free, T and T. But it just hit a nervous people that was a turning point that turned Tom's from like kind of this, this fashion niche thing to a major she company. Yeah. And by this point, like what kind of revenue were you doing every are that point where I mean, we did the first year in business. I want to say we did about three hundred thousand in the second year, we did about three million. And if third year we did like fifteen million in the fourth year, we went to sixty million. We went from basically from zero to four hundred fifty million dollars in sales on annual basis in like seven years became the fastest growing shoe company in the world in Saint. Yeah. It was in safe. What did you find to be the hardest thing about growing so quickly? You know after that commercial few started like going gangbusters? Shoes. Making sure making the shoes is always been the hardest part for us because none of us were shoemakers. None of us were production people. I mean, it was all just different people. I met along the journey that had a passion for you know, for helping kids and doing something disruptive and having fun. And and so the discipline being great making shoes as always been something that we've struggled with and really just recently in the last couple years gotten better at like, you mean, you you've read.

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"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Pennsylvania turnpike. The commission may go bankrupt. According to the story, it's it is a real possibility. Trouble at the turnpike, billions of dollars in debt and an ongoing lawsuit. That's going to only make the problem worse. And officials are now looking at where things may go from here. At what it could mean for other projects across the state of Pennsylvania. If you drive the turnpike, you obviously notice you're paying more and more in tolls. Every year. Reason for the price increase the turnpike commission uses that money to pay an annual four hundred fifty million dollars to the state for transit projects. Three payments have not been made. So far the fourth payment is due next month. And according to Penn dot secretary. They may not be able to make the payment. But that's just the beginning. Last year. There was a lawsuit filed arguing the state is violating federal law by using toll money for non turnpike related projects. And if the commission loses cuts will be made, obviously studies of new transit projects would be scrapped money to Amtrak would be cut in half. That would affect cities like Harrisburg and Scranton, but those agencies those transit agencies are right on the cusp of just having enough money to to operate. And those transit agencies specifically in those areas would have to make some difficult decisions. Those filing. The lawsuit are looking for a refund of the six billion dollars that the turnpike is sent to pin dot since two thousand seven. It is at least possible that the turnpike might have to declare bankruptcy. According to Representative John Lawrence. I don't know. But we have to lease talk about what that would mean. It would be catastrophic. You says. We are really concerned as to if the courts were to rule against us. Where exactly will be go to find that funding or if we could find that funding? Concerned about having to potentially plug a new hole in the annual budget of four hundred fifty million dollars is a lot of money to replace. And right now officials say the turnpike is going to have to continue to increase your tolls. Every year. Until the year twenty forty four. To pay back their current debt. By the what are your tolls? Gonna be by the year twenty forty four what that's incredible. Hey that troubles at the turnpike. Yeah. Martin charlie. Hey..

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"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Mixergy

"Your integrate we've been okay wanna step up the premium. It's going to be more complicated. If all you do is watch exercising food and tracker calories freeze going to Rachel. That's the philosophy calorie record recording. That's core. Anything that's a little bit. That's related to it. That becomes the premium potentially. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. What have you noticed that correlates with the buyers with people who become premium members number is something else? John think if there's actually a pattern because you're right about things like, you know, device fires people who come in with a with a hit or other device. So those are good buyers. General say we actually are. Coach in advance. We don't know very much about whether or not you're Bader. I'd say what we have is you know, year that thirty five million number shorts. Even more the back on five hundred thousand you know, that's not that's not a supervision funnel. On so. Don't wanna tells you is, you know, those five hundred thousand we filtered out the buyers, we identified those fires the five hundred thousand eighty. You don't think that? That's that's what I'd say is actually don't know that much. What makes you a good buyer? But we offer all of our freedom and make sure they understand understand the value. And then pretty meaningful subset actually will convert one of you found about advertising. Advertising for us is not a huge business from from a revenue perspective. You know? Honestly, I think we see as more of a revenue driver for baby muck grace, you know. So it's really unfortunate because we don't want. We don't want to drive people to upgrade because the experiences negative. But I think that's really a part of how the dynamics of ads like, yeah. It's rate. We monetize those free users, but really wants doing it's a little bit of a new sense nuisance. You can remember actually upgrade, you know. So I'd say that's we had both of those missions for advertising business, but it's not near our core premium businesses, the driver us, and that's a big revenue yet the big revenue. What was it? When my fitness pal sold when Weight Watchers got into it. How did you feel about that weight limits? My fitness pal sold for you know, the number of too many tad's for maybe four fifty four hundred fifty four hundred to Under Armour. Yes. Which is a serious. Suddenly under armor, decided they were gonna get in the app space, and they bought a bunch of companies including run keep right? Amount my run. Yeah. Dita's spot ought Russia as six run keeper. Okay. I see all these apps it, I I like are being bought by running companies by companies. So then when the suddenly your biggest competitor gets bought out by a giant company. What happens internally? Was it a couple of things it certainly for someone like me? I'm like a little bit introspective guy, you know. So so I suddenly white, man. Didn't we like really mess up this strategy? You know, we had this whole strategy out. You don't wanna be the cockroach we're not gonna need other people's money in this API gray with forever. Our competitor disolve four hundred fifty million dollars. Like I'm supposed to look at everybody. Gotta work. Tell them as his great great. So there's a real personal crisis of confidence. Did I really just mess? This thing out really badly. That's one thing. The other thing that you really have mmediately. Do you go? How many people were bidding on that company is if there's more than one I'd love to talk to the other ones. I certainly I also mmediately made a trip over the west goes it a bunch of companies on the west coast. It a bunch of companies in your kiss to say, you know, if you're still interested in that space. We're number two years..

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"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred fifty million dollars" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"I think stepbrothers is one of the funniest guy, but he's never made certainly from two thousands on. And it's I don't wanna see it. This is going to like taint the legacy for me. So there's gonna void Holmes and Watson pretend like it never happened. If you are looking for an option would involve Perry's playbook and sitting on the couch and watching something supposed to going out to the cedar maybe checked out bird box, which is just crushing it. According to Netflix numbers. We don't know how Netflix measures their own numbers. Or if they even have metrics, they just like tweeting funny stuff out, occasionally, they are good follow on Twitter. According to Netflix is very secretive numbers bird box has been seen by over forty five million net flicks accounts, and that is in the first week of bird boxes release. And so I already see people overreacting under reacting. Let's not overreact to this. I this is not needed. Bird box had been released. In theaters would be at four hundred fifty million dollars domestically within the first week. It is a lot easier to sit at home and watch something like bird box to go out to the theater having said that there's some good options in the theater right now, there's a whole lot of good options sitting at home. So the fact that that many people did tune in to see bird box, which doubled a movie that I saw getting a lot of positive reviews early interest, which is the Kurt Russell Christmas movie. It doubled that during Christmas. So he does not believe in Kurt. Russell is. Or is there? Is there really something to be said for Sandra Bullock, trying to keep herself and her family safe? I need to see how they measuring these metrics. And it's this is a really interesting because I two thousands of rigging the story one. Why are they all of a sudden releasing these metrics when they'd held them so privately to themselves for so long is this pressure from the fans pressure from a stockholders or pressure from the talent and grades want to be a part of this. But needs something to crow about right? It's we know Hollywood is driven by ego. Am I doing this doing that? My successful minutes accessible. So we want something we heard the Koran that was the first time. I heard really numbers bright got some some some numbers released. But also was the one that people were like crowing about a little twenty million or whatever. And now this comes out forty five million. But how do they judge? Do you have how much of the movie do you have to have watched is it like a youth shatman accent? It's seventy percent of any lead it wanting for seventy only counting of you per account. So this forty five million for singular count. So that doesn't necessarily account for one person watching it on one account team friends. Let's say Gotcha. Gotcha. Okay. Well, then that's that's a good way to determine at seventy million seventy percent of the movie. Okay. Forty five. I think that's a great thing. And like you said it's easier. To do it at home than to pay the money to walk to the theater of Dr two theatre go in there and what and pay for efforts refreshments easier. Sit at home. Oh, I think it's a good thing. The real question for me Perry is now like Netflix can just say that this one movie did forty five million watches. However, you want to measure it, but we just don't have the kind of numbers like we do with the box office. Thanks in large part to our friends at boxoffice, Mojo where it tracks all the movies that are competing each other. So I can see what bird box. Did I have no way of knowing what anything else that I watched from a streaming service did so it's a little hard for us to run out and and praise bird box. But it does seem like an impressive feat. Do you know what I want to praise bird box for the amount of joy that burn box.

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Netflix plummets as subscriber growth slows

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Netflix plummets as subscriber growth slows

"John. Farrow in New York I'm. Tom Kean in London in between us we have. Eight net flicks accounts we tried to get rid of them as. Best as we can different people keep signing up using art. Names and that's on Netflix has. Done it until yesterday the stock down over fifty dollars call a. Twelve percent. Right now Joins us from LeBron. London is we look, at. The end of net flicks, is we know, an. And I just did a two standard deviation. Chart net flicks is such. A juggernaut it's not even down to resistance it's. Amazing it's pulled back twelve percent this morning and it's still within trend his the bat been broken of net flicks is unreal. Bull market is this just a. Quick blip along the road or is there something different this time I, think what we'll have. To see is one of. The results that come out from the following quotes? Mean it's always dangerous taking one quarters Results, and then extrapolate move across. Having said that there will be some particular points of concern for people in terms of longer term story berry mind given the market cap stock Four hundred fifty million dollars you really need some punches sumptious both in terms subscribe because as, well off, because moving forwards to justify Now I think people will be particularly concerned about this the courts to subscribe Which is not great then the tweet subscriber addiction, doesn't look victory fantastic Come back to this point before it's the the the argument that, Netflix has that impacted. By the fact of a lack of new. Shows What is it suggests that they have to continually invest in very expensive very costly drama which quite frankly nobody knows whether, we'll be showed to keep that subscribe of immense and the rest of the the package Just doesn't seem good enough to watch she gets to subscribe Then some expecting out. Down the street so As I said I won't call numbers let's not put it into. A trend if this Qatif the next quarter. So I think people would be very wide so let's talk about a couple of things in the first point, you've made as the as the quarterly miss and. I want to talk. About the communication Rian we didn't just miss we miss by. A million subscribers when you miss that big typically something's gone wrong with communication both from the company towards, the street and just the general visibility internally how if they got it this wrong. In I think they they probably a. Company doing what you. Love you look at the trends that being going on both. In, terms all q on q and then year on year you'll take of you on that you'll say, since of all markets than you in previously Suddenly you become all the more productivity growth as well I think therefore full of things What extrapolate from that worn either the growth markets hasn't been is good as they expected all they've. Seen more weapons to slow down Markets both of which is obviously of a Boeing trend. They might argue that the World Cup is having, the fact in the sense that the World Cup probably was much better received competition. The many would've expected, the star, of, the tournament and. I think that will probably be the main line of defense

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Sea convoy reaches Spain as migration debate roils Europe

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Sea convoy reaches Spain as migration debate roils Europe

"The latest news traffic and weather simply by saying hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheart radio a young man suffered severe burns and a two alarm house fire in lawrence earlier today investigators say it began on the first floor in the kitchen area and spread throughout the three story wood frame home to firefighters also treated for heat exhaustion they are expected to be okay the massachusetts house preparing to tackle the major healthcare bill this week a bill that calls for four hundred fifty million dollars and assessments on some larger hospitals and insurers republican lawmakers unsuccessfully pushing for more time to review and offer amendments to the legislation it box the legislature's latest attempt to rein in healthcare costs more than six hundred african migrants are disembarking from a convoy of ships the docked in spain this morning the united nations refugee agency is warning against a repeat of the standoff that left passages at sea for more than a week the migrants i left libya in small rubber dinghies were rescued at sea by ships operated by humanitarian organisations bbc reported damian gramatica talks about the migrants who have been given temporary sanctuary in spain they have said they will give safe port to a safe all of those rescued from the mediterranean by the aquarius they will take them in provide free medical care a permit to stay for forty five days and anyone who launches in the silom claim we'll have that hearing that case heard and the determined whether they should be allowed to stay in europe or not so spain wanted to show the way to a different approach for europe the migrants were denied entry at ports in sicily and malta before spain agreed to take them in wbz news time to forty one each exports on this sunday afternoon father's day of course means final round.

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Man called 911 about 'abused kids' months before California SUV crash

Midday on WNYC

02:27 min | 3 years ago

Man called 911 about 'abused kids' months before California SUV crash

"Leading forum for prostitution ads including ads depicting the prostitution of children carl farrer the ceo of the site admitted to working with coconspirators to remove certain indicative terms and pictures from that would tip off authorities of prostitution after the ads went through this process they would be published on the site fair entered a plea agreement in sacramento county superior court and could spend a maximum of five years in jail along with that the plea agreement requires him to cooperate in the prosecution of the site's owners and make the company's data available for npr news i'm not bundle moody in sacramento a federal judge in california has imposed a nationwide injunction against the department of justice danielle carson reports the ruling forbids the doj from withholding federal grant money if localities don't cooperate with immigration enforcement ilise lawsuit argued the justice department was violating the constitution's tenth amendment namely that congress controls the federal purse strings not the executive branch so the government can't coerce localities to cooperate with immigration enforcement if they wanna be awarded crimefighting grants danielle carson reporting the biggest teacher's union and oklahoma is calling an end to its nearly twoweekold strike leaders say they achieve victory when lawmakers boosted state education spending by four hundred fifty million dollars but it wasn't the six hundred million that educators had sought this is npr news thirties are learning more about a deadly as uv crash in northern california last month at least five members of the hart family were killed when their suv plunged over a cliff side hope mckennie from member station casey wyan reports the accident may have been intentional neighbors described troubling encounters with the children crying for help and asking for food one of which prompted a call from child protective services in late march just days before the families suv plunged off the cliff officials in washington state have now released a nine one one call from last november the father of a neighbor reported that a child was in distress asking his daughter who lived next door for help he said quote the other night the little girl jumped out of a second story window on the roof and down onto the ground and ran to my daughter and this was like two in the morning begging them to help her to help her and quote the search for the.

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