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Peloton will pay $420 million to acquire fitness equipment maker Precor
"Shares the peleton higher in the after hours session peleton's acquiring precor which is one of the largest global commercial fitness equipment makers the transaction valued at four hundred twenty million. Us dollars upheld. On cheers up seven percent guy was a smart move presumably. This is to acquire their manufacturing facilities. So they can meet better demand not only that and it is a smart move. Four hundred thirty million dollars. I think is probably one percent or so of Peleton's market cap not really. It's remarkable not a big deal for them. We play the game. I think back in november best days ahead or behind peleton and i thought the best days in terms of the stock were still ahead and here we are now. I believe it all time highs. Good for them. Get some really into the commercial market. Now they're probably some technology that secrets technology things. They can implement. I'm sure on the back of this. It's a company that i really believed thinks the best days. Lie ahead and i agree. I think the stock can still go higher from here. Despite the fact that. I think it's up. I think north of one fifty four now in the
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Past that i think that as hard as that you're was for mookie he's also kind of moved well beyond it because starting in two thousand fifteen <hes> the culture started started to change around the red sox they started to get more young players up in mookie started to be able to <hes> to enjoy comfort as that kind of leader it was a bunch of the friends he had been and within the minor leagues and so they were doing the same kinds of things in the big leagues <hes> just bonding together on and off the field that they had done in the minor leagues and that happened to coincide with appeared. The red sox started becoming a really compelling team built around that young core in late twenty fifteen so i think that that that memory is there but i think that mukhi views that that is you know in in my conversations with him. My sense is that he used that as part of the distant past and not reflective of the culture that exists now <hes> one that he wanted he now. I'm joyce he i. I think that he enjoys being around guys in boston <hes> he he his relished a lot about the experience that he's had as as a member of the boston red sox so with that in mind. I'm going to put you in an absolutely impossible situation now okay because let's face it when we talk about mochi and his future whether or not he's going to become a free agent. It's comes down to this. What does mukhi want. <hes> red sox are going to be willing to pay him a whole lot of money. There'd there'd be some some haggling over those terms but in the end wherever he signs a long-term he's gonna make a lot of money and they're not a lot of teams out there that you're necessarily going to be willing to give contract between three hundred and four hundred thirty million dollars. Maybe the giants would be involved in that. Maybe a couple of other teams but it really comes down down to what he wants and where he wants to play. What's your said sense of what he wants. I told friends he reminds me playing kershaw in this regard. I don't think clayton kershaw cares about money per se. I don't think he cares about money per se i do think it's important for him to get the value that that he feels like is appropriate given in his stature in the game but for money. I don't think that's a big of a deal and it's going to come down to. Where does he wanna play see. I feel like mookie. That's someone who in every negotiation that he's ever been involved in whether that was coming out of high school and the decision of whether or not to turn pro <hes> or to go to college college or whether it was in deciding not to sign <hes> not society tendered offer <hes> the red sox made in his pre arbitration in in his preoccupation nations season or whether it was going to arbitration <hes> i feel like he's always believed that it's important to establish value for yourself and not not really to compromise on that to say this is what i'm worth and you know you either you either agree or you don't and that's that's the business of the game. That's not about the relationship relationship about how you feel about one another. That's just you know he believes that he's worth a certain figure and you know and he wants to any wants to get that figure and if he doesn't that he's not going to jump at an offer <hes> just because it's just because it's massive <hes> i really truly do believe that he that he take some pride in establishing that value even though i don't think that it's it's about the money per se because obviously mookie betts is very very well off at this point in his career is he's making making twenty million bucks..
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"So once again note so does most of his speaking out these private fund raisers with a take everybody's phone and they can't you know you know why because he says so many gaps like this unbelievable wait you know what and I'm surprised he hasn't made a big gas like this during these debates you will it's coming it's given time he's tele Joel imploded justly that so that's why I don't think they're picking on Joe that badly they figure he's going to kill himself yeah just give out of his way like let him you know walk off the cliff box office just to change gears here get away for the tragically little bit sad as predicted Calvin and Hobbes number once it gets you calling it that now I would be awesome what is likely to hold on a minute beginning a memo from corporate it's actually not Calvin and Hobbes odds in shock they made sixty eight million US sixty point eight million Bucks that's a lot of money drop down the line king don't feel bad about being a second places up to four hundred thirty million dollars any Disney owns the top ten yeah you know anything put any but if they can stop with this new let's make everything live action they're not making any new movies and our old one that's the new thing everything's live action the latest little mermaid having to water I don't know don't ask me once upon a time in Hollywood which you're getting terrible reviews on third place twenty million Bucks that's really bums me out because it's got three of my favorite people Quentin Tarantino Leonardo and Brad Pitt come on and Charlie Manson and Charlie's you only see in the trailer that said what you found in the trailer that's all friends that I said so it's Charlie Manson got to do it and she goes I don't know you see it once that's it really I was like really because I think it's just like to set the stage so I thought the I thought it was gonna pull a little little end around here actually because he didn't feature that at all in the trailers in action would be all about the Manson thing by apparently not it's all about to to more about him being an aging actor Leonardo in trying to stay relevant and I guess they just put things in perspective they used the Charlie Manson the Sharon Tate murders at that time in laurel canyon in right there when the the the you know the scene of the world so to speak about that I don't know I will go see it mercy informing the then tell me about it and it seems like a Netflix deal now well gonna wait next year might be out by next week see right now we got another high profile senator and candidates calling for ending this recess and getting back to work at least in the Senate will tell you that is and some other stuff coming up next could be.
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on First Things First
"World series team i think more than anything i think there could be some bullpen guys on the move i think that's where the game is going it's turning a more of a power game rather than a finance game so i figured if those books craig kimbrel i thought with a huge pick up for the movie forward so i think before teams all right now it's interesting forgot one day one day one trade deadline to do all the moves they want about last year swish the hottest name at the break with bryce harper what everyone talked about bryce harper other guy who equally as towns with mike trout the flash we talk so much about how consistent how impressive has trout if i mean the guy is like a half a billion dollar deal and is still even know if you look at the contracts that were signed off season the three big contract think bryce harper manny machado in you think it might trout mike trout is far and away hands down better than those guys as of right now and not only that to be able to handle the pressure up four hundred thirty million dollars right like both that's supposed to ease you up but hey look at what rice's do it right now struggling a little bit right there's a lot of things that you have to be expectation level of ice and it's so hard to move up to that sort of numbers i mean going to see they have contracts like this back when you were when you sign your first four hundred thirty million dollar contract right did you feel like you're hands felt salt laker events i don't i don't remember a lot of great players talking about pressure i always think that the greatest athletes it's already baked in the they're they're able to handle it might trout is a little bit different he's the one player i said if i could grab one major league baseball player and turning into an nfl would be my under forty pounds to by the way running back south jersey she's feeling good about himself everyday are i don't wanna totally neglect the national league considering they might have the best team in baseball end with respect to my trout they might have the guy who's playing the best of anyone one in baseball right now in cody bellinger it out what the dodgers we know the story of them as of the last half decade or so has been very very very very good but not good enough is this year different and then the second part to it what cody bellinger's doing i somehow you told me christian yelich who's gonna have a season like oh he's gonna run away in beverly bellenger somehow been better the dodgers part one bellenger vertu i mean hats off to the dodgers to to to come back for the third straight season season had to be put up the numbers they have i mean statistically by far the best team in baseball right now sixty wins right now you went into this game losing streak going in and they just lost three of the padres right so i think what cody bellinger's doing i think last year in the postseason i think baseball expose some of his weakness is the thing that i love most about cody bellinger if you said hey he's the things i'm struggling with i'm gonna go home and they're all these other things and that's exactly what he's doing if you look at his approach now it seems like his legs were a lot more quiet right he's got that beautiful long lefthanded follow through but his legs are soft his legs were quiet in the swing 'cause when you have that sort of whipping you're back you don't need to work a lot from you're lower happy just kind of does what it does i think the one.
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"That puts you in the top one percent of all Americans and far ahead of almost everyone else in the world. Delight center. What if that five hundred thousand dollars salary comes from being a professional baseball player throw. Goes for the first time this season for the Los Angeles. Angels up the victory tonight bottle. When you look over your shoulder in the locker room, you see this other guy, Mike to potential news. Now of the biggest contract in baseball history. Today, we learned that LA. Angels star Mike trout is finalizing a deal to stay with that team for another twelve years and to earn four hundred thirty million dollars over that time. Four hundred thirty million dollars over twelve years thirty six million dollars a year, which makes your five hundred thousand dollars look measly. As we walked through the world. We are constantly comparing and contrasting our lives with those of others. We think about ourselves in terms of being on a certain wrong with some people above us and other people blow us where we think we stand on that ladder tells you a lot about a person's life in their their life outcomes. This week on hidden grain the psychology of inequality. How predisposition.
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"So Billy asked the question through laughter. And he answered the question through laughter. The reason they can pay Mike trout four hundred thirty million dollars for twelve years is because the angels have twenty year three billion dollar TV contract. But answer this question for us. Jeff and thank you for making time for us. He just broke the story. That might trout has signed an extension with the with the angels. Good contractor bad contract. I I I felt like I had to set them. Sorry. It's it's it's. It's a it's a good contract for both sides, and it's absurd to think that when an athlete is being paid more than any other athlete has been paid in history. And by a pretty substantial margin, you can say that it's a good contract for the team. But the numbers don't lie. The angels TV contract is three billion dollars and Mike trout is off to the greatest start of anybody in baseball history. And that's not an exaggeration. I eight years of his contract through twenty six are have been more productive on an individual level than anybody out there. So four hundred thirty million dollars one hundred you know, it's actually gonna be more than four hundred thirty. It's a hundred million plus over Bryce Harper. It's sixty five million plus over what can L O Alvarez got from dissolve on. I mean, it's it is an enormous figure, and I think the angel. Nls rightly believed that he is worth every penny. Forgive my ignorance on this. Because I don't know how it is that you can have that much money tied up in pull Holtz and trout, and then continue building out from there. The finances of the game. Just totally changed where you can have you can have now a team like the angels aren't exactly Yankees the Red Sox. I guess they got the TV deal of it. Having to contracts that bloated. Everybody is free rich. Like if David Samson's can can parade around saying one point two billion. That's the Marlet. If we know the Marlins don't put anybody in that ballpark. We know the Marlins are, you know, a terrible franchise right now in the middle of a rebuild. If they're worth one point two billion dollars. Imagine what the franchise values are across that. That is the name of the game not just in baseball right now, but in sports altogether. It's just about franchise value at this point. And and when your franchise value like the angels is is well over two billion dollars. When you've got the three billion from the television contract. You know, that's the funny part of this whole thing like there's a whole baseball is dead movement. And and you you barely talk baseball on the show, and I get why I totally get why because your audience does not really watch baseball that much like the average baseball fan is like a fish. Fifty eight year old white guy at the same time the money in the business is still enormous. And, you know, baseball's not going away because of that you have a hundred sixty two games a year that you can sell you have a hundred sixty two television shows year that you can sell for three hours at a time with an hour pre game and half an hour post game. I mean, four and a half to five hours worth of regular programming throughout the summer is a really valuable thing. Mike trout has extended four hundred thirty million with the angel. The guy the angels that guy who broke the story. Jeff passan with us on ESPN radio. What he got coating? Jeff trope made the playoffs once five years ago and has never done anything in the playoffs beyond that doesn't. He have to win championships for this contract is not to be a failure on some level for the angels. That's a very fair point. And I think we can look at it. Like, this might trout got the deal without having won a single playoff game. And and that that shows that hey, individually, he's worth it. But this is where it goes back on RT Marino and Ardi Marino has shown a willingness and capacity to spend our poodles two hundred forty million dollars. Josh Hamilton, one hundred twenty five million dollars. C J Wilson, you know, eighty million dollar Gary Matthews junior fifty five million. I believe it was the these are all varying levels of the buckles of contracts..
Mike Trout, Angels finalizing a record 12-year, roughly $430 million extension
"Today might trout sign. The biggest contract in American sports history. Twelve years four hundred and thirty million dollars. Not only does he get the most money over the course of his contract beating Bryce Harper. But he also surpasses that Grank for the highest average annual value. No. Just saying. Wow. Oh, hi. Thank you. I like. Yeah. I crazy. And you know, why that sixty eight dollars a minute for the next twelve years. Would anyone make over a dollar a minute? Plenty of people would. But I'm just saying like how like it's not a huge percentage of people that make a dollar a minute. Sixty bucks an hour. Think about sixty dollars an hour. That's a ton of money. Yeah. Gene. He's getting paid crazy. Second right insanity. He's like Joel Embiid in the Hulu commercial, Hulu has live sports. Then they just throw money at him who has live sport that. That's my trout just hand me the money as I'm walking down the street because I'm getting unbelievable. But you know, what as a player? He absolutely deserves it as a baseball player strictly. The most gifted baseball player we have seen. Since Ken Griffey junior was in his prime in Seattle, and many people would argue might trout is better. But it brings up an interesting. Discussion. This contract empowers Mike trout to continue to do nothing for the game of baseball in terms of promoting it might trout does very very very very little to promote the game of baseball. And this contract empowers them to continue to do the same thing. The question is is that the right thing. Like is it incumbent upon somebody like Mike trout to promote the game of baseball. Should he be promoting the game of baseball? Should he make more appearances? Should he tried to be more commercials? Should he try to be on sitcoms or whatever it is host Saturday Night, Live, whatever they it is should Mike trout. Be more of an ambassador for the game of baseball because he's not. Four hundred thirty million dollars mean that he doesn't have to because if he's still worth that much to an organization, then why should he have to go above and beyond to promote himself? The angels in baseball. Or is it like, okay, dude? Like. You're getting four hundred thirty million dollars. You think you could? You know appear on a few more talk shows. I know they can't make him do that. I'm talking about the just the the public opinion thing. Do you think that he should nowadays game paid four hundred thirty million dollars over the next twelve
Mike Trout reportedly finalizing richest contract in sports history
"A record setting contract deal for one major league baseball player. Here's Jared max, Mike trout Twenty-seven-year-old center fielder for the Los Angeles. Angels will reportedly signed the richest individual contract in pro sports history. ESPN says it's a twelve year deal. Getting finalized worth over four hundred thirty million dollars. This would shatter the previous largest contract for boxer. Canelo. Alvarez by at least sixty five million and would be at least one hundred million dollars more in total value than the deal that Bryce Harper recently signed with the Phillies trout two time American League MVP has spent his entire career with the angels now entering his ninth season lifetime batting average three zero seven two hundred forty
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Really? Not much. For a long time ago, so many sinus issues, I know too, many signs and the Sima Burke answer. No, I. Just saying. Right. Did you all of the above? Yes. What did you guys make the trout contract? Something. We're talking about Mike trout's contract. Good for him. Oh my God. Oh my gosh. Also, I'm gonna put in you. I'm going to put in say, what Miller said or do you want me to steer away from that? No, no, no. I'm asking. Okay. Okay. Today. The trout contract. Can we get away with that? Sure. Are you sure I'll own it? Not you smell in my hands on what's up. So the the trout contract was announced the size of it. And then what who four hundred thirty million dollars over twelve years. NBC sports NBC sports tweeted with a picture trout that is worth more than eight the value of eight NHL franchises and NBC sports with that picture put Sheesh. Sports is probably not the best idea. Somebody's gonna get it. Talk into my gosh, you're homeless. Mike. Teams. It's worth more than how many more than eight. The legal find that hard to believe isn't every NHL team worth a half a Bill, no not necessarily. So what Trump gonna end up? Sure. Probably. Yeah. Fingers. Knicks. I can't imagine feeding. Does anyone go to the panther's game? Not many now. Good bad. And I think they're just totally indifferent. But I was looking at. So if you go on, you know, I everybody knows what trout's comparables are, you know? And I've always said he's probably the best player since Mickey Mantle. I mean this comparables through the age.
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"Receive access to services, not criminalization might also I would say we shouldn't put victims in the middle of these criminal cases. We don't hear much about what happens in March to the traffickers in sin Toya's Brown's case. Right. Was that case ever prosecuted? I don't know. But we simply shouldn't be putting victims as central witnesses in these case. Hey, says we must do better collecting evidence in making sure that. Execute -able without putting victims center. Also, just say we don't see much press at all about labor trafficking cases, because we're just not doing is going to work on some of them so appear digital considerations. I was struck as I was preparing for this conversation. I I just did a Google search for human trafficking and looked at news items and on the ninth January ninth the president signed into law legislation to authorize four hundred thirty million dollars to be spent to combat sex and labor trafficking in the United States and abroad. And the only coverage that I found of that was from faith-based outlets. And I wonder if you could talk a little bit about why the awareness seems to be higher in the face community here and how we can expand that awareness beyond the faith based community. A lot of service permission is being done in APIs communities. Not all of it. There are many nonprofit that are not related to these communities. But we just see a lot of. Thermoses being provided through faith based initiatives. And also we've seen a lot of awareness being raised Nate Mason initiative. So a lot of the women's thank based groups such as that after swim in Methodist women Barrett. Presbyterian women, certainly when it's religious in the cabin. They've all been surf beautifying an pushing behind Jesus of human trafficking. And so there's a higher level of awareness. I think than ever before. So that's that's important. There's a lot of power in this way since right? And when we harness them when these women involved in these groups are talking to their partners and into their children, we've seen how much impact that can have right politically as well as engaging the private sector in this work. So I would say we're doing the right thing in engaging communities because there are lots of ways that make base communities can be really really involved. Make a difference so Mercer before we wrap up. Give us a call to action. How can we end people listening to the podcast engage more with this issue? So there are. So many ways I went for chest certainly becoming more informed on the issue. So doing somewhere doing some homework to find out more. I would also say if you want to directly engage in it. I trafficking programs..
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The lottery. Do they do? They no longer have to pay you the weekly monthly some. Well, no, they have to pay your estate. I'm not sure. You'll get that one person in the pool that will go. Okay, guys, we taking lump sum redoing payout won't pay out. I would love some it'll be the orange phone NASCAR. And you're on Twitter. The orange cone tweets an awful lot until he's very entertaining. Yes. And the orange comb being the what they call a commitment cone. If you're going to pit road. You can't cross the orange comb which has now been replaced by the orange box. I saw that. I saw that. Yeah. So the orange. He said what he would do is get in front of Jamie McMurray at McDonald's in order nine hundred seventy million of everything off the dollar menu. Because of course, Jamie McMurray drives for McDonald's. But yeah, I look it's just I just don't want to deal with the hassle share with people. I do I I think lotteries need to let people remain confidential. They they don't that much off of advertising. I mean, they make enough money as it is to save. If you want people to play your game this, you know, part of the reason why. I don't know that because there are some close family members that I have do not live in town, by the way that I would totally cut out for obvious reasons. Well, I wonder about our boss Josh ever what he would have to do. He's able to. He wouldn't come back. Okay. So he wouldn't come back. Who's going to provide programming because you know, you still be here because I didn't play the office full Scott. He's to be doing twenty four seven Scott hysterical. I'm the only one the building played the pool. A lot of people are saying to Lisa was we were talking about this back in the newsroom that they just wouldn't even show up for work the next day period. At least you got come back and get your copy your box full of style. For me. Yeah. Family pictures accent. I know we'll has lots of mementos from his journalism career, hang up in his cubicle. I mean, you would have to come back and get that stuff. Powerballs only worth a four hundred thirty million dollars a paltry thirty. That's not really worth your time. I mean, the odds in you winning both of these would be one in eighty eight quadrille. That's eighty eight followed by fifteen zeros. So so basically not happening. I know. But you know, again, if you look at the I T L C's gotta show on it's called the lottery. Ruined us. I recommend when everybody's feeling good about themselves about what they're gonna do. Give that show a shout out. It's you can find it on YouTube. It's everybody who played the lottery whose lives were just destroyed now winning lottery in full by described. Yeah. Closure here to the lottery. These are all of the people who immediately got a giant check the happy. Gilmore jag. Yes. And then on their way home stopped by the real estate office Mercedes dealership and bought a boat would be really weird too. Because like a lot of people know that I work in my neighborhood. And the reason I know this because they don't really come when we have a yard sale to buy stuff to come Merck. Tony, Chris, I go. Yeah. I thought so I heard that that was used so whatever kind of so then what would happen if you won that money? Then all of a sudden, I can't imagine what you'd have to do. Like, I said the cartel would come after you. I'm joking again when I say that just so you guys get up change your life. So immensely it. When people do find out your name, Scott. And you're right. We would just be such a well. The we did we used to we did some work with a couple of counselors that dealt with people came into windfalls not just lottery. First thing they say do put it away for two to three weeks put it away higher lawyer, right? And just relax. So the guy we talked to you said your first call doesn't need to be the.
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on Z104
"Seven here on the seaboard exudes cold out there this morning. It's Nick and Jordan here with you this morning shaggy off he's still sick. And then actually, well, she's off to get another baby picture done this morning. So. Yeah. A lot of stuff going on this morning. It's a Friday October nineteenth. Welcome to the weekend everybody. But man, what a what a wake up call. This was this morning. You just got it. Yeah. I knew I knew it was cold. When my tire indication light went on with. I know. Always have is you park inside something or do you have to park outside outside? Yes. You felt it right. Have to defrost or anything. Did you? Thank goodness. Okay. If you parked outside you park outside some outside, so Burke inside, but if you're parking outside just you run to your car this morning. So turn the heat on a we're at forty five right now, we will get sunny and sixty nine today at some point and tomorrow, if you're heading to wine, I bring an umbrella you're gonna need it cloudy and rain tomorrow high around seventy two by the way, mega millions jackpot tonight nine hundred seventy million dollars. Yeah. You take the lump sum it's five hundred forty eight million. But really who can live on that. So that's your by the crazy thing is that nobody's really talking about this so mega millions tonight is nine seventy which is a lot tomorrow night is Powerball that's at four hundred thirty million dollars. So you take mega millions out of entirely the Powerball jackpot tomorrow is four hundred thirty million dollars. And nobody cares. Nobody cares. Like four hundred thirty. That's not enough the drop in the bucket. We have some free money for you this morning to you will do that at seven.
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On Wall Street. We get the numbers now from CBS's Jason Brooks, Wall Street gave back some of Tuesday's rally with investors remaining concerned about rising interest rates. The Dow dropped ninety one points to twenty five thousand seven hundred six NASDAQ down two points at seventy six forty two Bs SAP lower by about one point at twenty eight o nine the minutes of the Fed's September meeting showed that the central Bank plans to stick with its rate hike plans through twenty nineteen trying to stay ahead of inflation. Without hurting the economy, new home construction. September dropped over five percent for the month before. And the government says permits were also down shares at net flicks soared higher after the video stream or crushed earnings expectations with a big gain in new subscribers now totalling over one hundred thirty million worldwide. Jason Brooks CBS news. Take a look at the future's all in the read this morning. The NASDAQ down six the s&p down twenty-five the Dow currently down fifty five points. BBC news time five ten for a second nine zero. There was another huge lottery jackpot up for grabs. We get more from CBS's mad piper. Not only was there. No winner in the mega millions drawing this week. But there was also no grand prize winner in the Powerball drawing from last night if you were to win both you'd easily be a billionaire the next drawing for Powerball is set for Saturday with an estimated jackpot of four hundred thirty million dollars. But why wait until then? Mega millions drawing is set for tomorrow night. And that one is estimated at more than nine hundred million dollars the second largest in history. Matt piper CBS news. How much do.
Houston police hunt clues in killing of Bush doctor by bicyclist
"Dead police of course are asking the public's help for any information leading to an arrest. Or anything that they may know about this shooting Houston police say the driver was shot in the head and killed around four AM on, Karl near Thomas street car crashed into a fence police say they're trying to determine what. Led to that shooting police are also looking for the driver and a deadly hidden Run in northwest Houston they say a man trying to walk across highway to forty. Nine at Veterans Memorial around nine thirty last night was hit and died of his injuries. The driver simply didn't stop HPD's hopes witnesses can come forward And it. Could be arson in northwest Houston warehouse fire that started around nine thirty last night on west twelfth near Hempstead road ceramics are made there but, the warehouse was closed at the time there. Were no injuries KTAR news time is eight oh, three police have released a sketch of the. Gunman who shot and killed a prominent cardiologists at Houston Methodist in the medical center Friday morning this woman told her TV partner channel two she's a. Nurse who worked with Dr Mark house. Connect for fifteen years And. Now a family and community. And patients and co workers and pears, everybody, is missing from the third. Both men were riding bicycles when the shooter opened fire he drove off before, police could get their one of Houston's energy giants is cashing in on the oil boom Schlumberger reported four hundred thirty million dollars a net profit. During the second quarter that compared with a seventy five million. Dollar loss at took in the same period year ago total revenues for the quarter. Totalled eight point three billion dollars up eleven, percent from last year biggest growth was in North American well completions. Especially those using fracking slumber j. CEO, Paul Cavs guard said the company also launched. Thirty new rigs internationally. And he feels optimistic about. More growth in oil and gas around the globe Coriolis NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h AAA Texas says gasoline is fifty nine cents more per gallon, compared to this day last year but a. Penny down from last week at an average of, two sixty four again Alan Astros with the angels seven nothing. Last night they've got. Their brooms out today coverage begins at two on sports.
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To offer only exchangefreighted funds also joining us as bloomberg news etf reporter carolina wilson who's when following inflation story closely this week and carolina let me begin with you you wrote a story on this what kind of shifts are you seeing of what does it suggest for what we might see in the coming weeks sure so highlighting what eric mentioned last week we really saw etf fires almost pouring into some fixed income funds holding treasury bonds specifically tipped i mean that saw close of four hundred thirty million dollars in inflows last week alone and why are they looking for that hedge by are they looking to hedge that inflation i mean we know that inflation has been stubbornly low for a long time but we also know that recent economic data has started to roll out indicating that inflation might be back so those sort of things really push buyers to consider funds that are give them a shield their almost help them protect themselves against inflation so neat how convinced are you of this change in narrative and how do you advise investors repair for whether or not they're convinced of it fortune point investors have been used to bonds performing wallner portfolio not having principle losses we've been in a 35year bull market in bonds now we are starting to see interest rate tick up we had a strong cpi print today and so i think it's important to look at potential hedges in a bond portfolio and how do you do that you're in etf user we'd like to get the products out here what do you use to prepare for this do you go do you ladder you use one of these ultra short term ones so straight ahead just what you do you know the first thing i would say is you don't want your entire bond portfolio as a hedge so you do want to have some diversifications other so there are several etf so that we use the i shares floating rate bond etf ticker f l o t we like that it's all investment grade which authorities less than five here's interest rates is they go up your interest payments adjust upward as well many or tied to.
"four hundred thirty million dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"First investment adviser to offer only exchangefreighted funds also joining us as bloomberg news etf reporter carolyn you're wilson who's been following the inflation story closely this week and care lena let me begin with you you wrote a story on this what kind of shifts are you seeing what does it suggest for what we might see in the coming weeks sure so highlighting what eric mentioned last week we really saw etf fires almost pouring into some fixed income funds holding treasury bonds specifically tip i mean that saw close to four hundred thirty million dollars in inflows last week alone and why are they looking for that hedge why are they looking to hedge that inflation rates coming we know that inflation has been stubbornly low for a long time but we also know that recent economic data has started to roll out indicating that inflation might be back so those sort of things really push buyers to consider funds that are give them a shield their almost helped them protect themselves against inflation sunnite how convinced are you of this change in narrative and how do you advise investors repair for whether or not they're convinced of it inflection point investors have banned deers to bonds performing wallner portfolio not having principle losses we've been in a 35year bull market in bonds now we are starting to see interest rates tick up we had a strong cpi print today and so i think it's important to look at potential hedges in a bond portfolio and how you do that you're etf user we'd like to get the products out here what do you used to prepare for this ugo de lattre do you use one of these the ultra short term ones so just what you do you know the first thing i would say is you don't want your entire bond portfolio as a hedge so what you do want to have some diversifications they're so there are several etf so that we use the ice shares floating rate bond etf ticker f l o t we like that it's all investment grade which is less than five here's interest rates is they go up your interest payments adjust upward as well many or tide of the fremont libel were so we.
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"Job we we generate about six hundred and fifty two seven hundred million dollars of cash each year which is pretty good and each year we return about three to four hundred thirty million dollars stashed jails the former buybacks and two to three hundred we invest in acquisitions and that was probably spend around eighty five million dollars in equipment in the book but we we're generating a tremendous amount of cash the amount of cash we we generate increases each year and we are returning to shareholders and investing in the business okay fair enough now in 2017 your full your factor tax rate was 28 percent you did not address in the call because frankly people didn't know exactly the juggernaut that wash would be that you might have lower tax rate are you prepared to have more capital because of a lower tax rate in what we do it right so we have a slight challenge and this was the reason why we reduced the bottom end about guidelines and that's because we had a compensation related texts high a high increase in our taxes add our effective tax rate directly related to compensation stock buyback okay okay and the bottom line is that that changing the tax rate will be more than covered by any potential a reduction in the income tax rate that will come out of washington cut we will be able to put that money to work very effectively both in buying back stock investing in the business and of course making acquisitions okay ice cream exhibition i thought your animal health number was amazing lot of others did not have good strong animal health what are you doing right did you guys are doing well the animal health business is very very good you know that is the humanisation now of yes which we liking slabs had just an okay quarter but there were other reasons that was poultry in lives but the pits the companion animal matter where we x ray.
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"I mentioned it before digging for shockingly minimum all and i i wanted to bring up the different there is a black lives matter or thumb bumping along the lines protect there's always been a credit we haven't found a riot on timed even armored things along those lines but you have a bunch of nieto not be walking around street carrying torture even eating people up style and very good question about it's a very good question and you know what i asked earlier yeah maybe is is different the way they do things in charlottesville i don't know maybe he knows is different than the way things are handled up here in the new york new jersey metropolitan area but yeah and and get who the two cops in the hell copyright the died i don't i don't understand that and again you know you would figure you have an increased police presence at the first thing i thought of as this guy's ram in his car down point and shoot tight shoot at the car shoot the windshield you know what i would have loved that they would have got i would love to have been so cool if this guy's ribbon his car back in reverse if the hitting if the if these cops the standing there with gun pointed windshield blow the guy way right there it would have been justice i think that ultimately kind of my point i think that a lot of that may be the reason why people are fake the eight hundred people and you wanna corner up but either way i just don't see what the accomplish hill thanks for the call to new jersey one or 15 we got chris and we got a pair jacks on wednesday the powerball jackpot will top four hundred thirty million dollars last time anybody hit for the big prize was back in june who was a ticket sold.
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"Of the big prize wednesday night's jackpot will blue do what else debated four hundred thirty million dollars what amid rising tensions between the united states and north korea president trump tweeted military solutions are now fully in place locked in loaded should north korea acted wisely hopefully kim jongun will find another path in an interview on abc's this week mr trump's national security adviser h r mcmaster was asked if that was true the us these military is locked and loaded every day and especially those who were on on the front lines of of freedom so as such as those that are that are stationed in south korea and those soldiers sailors airman and marines that are stationed in northeast asia or rotate there cnn's earned a coreowned report south korean say they've been living with a threat of north korea for decades but do want one thing what they want however is thought the us president donald trump to time down whose inflammatory language that act like a statesman and to do everything in his power to resolve this process of diplomatically cnn's antiquorum wbz news time 1132 take a look at sports on this sunday afternoon socks the yankees in the big apple this weekend wbz's johnny bridge route is keeping an eye on it from the aticketcom sport's studio mit finale of their threegame set tonight it'll five first pitch chris sale on the hill for the red sox jordan montgomery pitches for new york and the red sox have won nine of their last ten because we know we throwing the ball really well we've we've played really good defence we've had some big hits know score runs in a number of different ways we really ran the base as well and you know when you're able to do that and and just kinda put pressure on your opponents from from all angles than more times a not you're gonna you know you're going to be when the mall games and and i think that's what we've done these last few series and hopefully we can continue to build on that and ina and stay with that trans fats red sox mitch moreland american league east second inning toronto leads pittsburgh five two one fourth inning tampa over cleveland onenothing later on today 405 baltimore at oakland pga golf championship.
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"They looked at two different companies and here's the funny thing each of those companies was founded by a former apple executive the first company was be incorporated as b e e and they created the b o s or be oaths if you prefer this company was founded by jeanlouis guess say so remember the head of product development from a few years ago who stepped down the other big contender was nextstep the next step operating system which was from a company called next and that company was founded by drummed role please steve jobs so once again you had guess save verses jobs with the two operating systems that could potentially power the next generation of macintosh computers now ultimately spoiler alert apple decided that they would go with next they decided against be c and decide the next step was the operating system they wanted so instead of setting up a licensing deal they did something a little different they didn't just licensed the technology from next they acquired next they spend a lot of money doing it to they spent nearly four hundred thirty million dollars on the purchase and they threw in one and a half million shares of apples stock as well a keep in mind apple stock at this point was suffering but it was one and a half million shares if they can turn things around and spoiler alert they totally did that million and a half shares of apple would be worth roue more money so steve jobs came along as part of this part of the deal they essentially bought steve jobs back to apple because he was the founder of next and he was part of that company so they acquire the company steve jobs comes on.