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"james cox" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:23 min | 2 d ago

"james cox" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In the valley Tomorrow Sunny skies a bit breezy highs near 79 degrees. On Friday sunny skies with a high in the low eighties and that your three day for alright little news from your neighborhood now and Albert Parnell taking on this controversial subject. I am Don't shoot the messenger. That's all I am, is coming out of the Sacramento bee. So after more than 2500 votes, a write in candidate, the Sacramento Bee did. A survey in a riding candidate was the people's choice for the best burritos and Sacramento with 19.3% of the vote, West Coast Taco Bar took the top spot. For the city's best burritos. You're gonna have a lot of folks objecting to that result. Yeah, saying, yeah, but apparently 19.3% of the people who aren't there. I mean, it could be somebody right in five different times a contested vote going to the Supreme Court. Right? It's It's like it's like the people's Choice Awards were the people who vote for this. I've never met anybody who voted for people. I haven't you know, I can't say for sure, because I've never had one of the breed is so I think maybe we're gonna try. We should have some delivered. Way Should U. C. Berkeley did a poll on who's going to win the presidential race in California? Let me guess. Well, I guess it's not. It's not necessarily who, but by how much Okay they're saying Biden beats Trump 65 to 29% like a thumping By the way. The only larger victory in state history in California was one century ago. 1920 Warren G. Harding, a Republican be James Cox, the Democrat by 42 points. Can you think of that happening today? A Republican beating a Democrat in California, either everyone that's voting is not going to gatherings or That the Trump supporters air just more overt. I'm seeing like flotillas and you know, trump flotillas and people on overpasses. You and yes, crowds and all these things, So it's good, like, okay, well, the folks at Berkeley say at 65, 29 Biden. Okay, That's their result. Way our big blue state We are aboard, and I think so the number of covert 19 cases continuing to spike In the Sacramento region and around the country. So is it getting worse? Or is it because we're just testing a whole lot more? Dr Simone Weil's joins us in three minutes happening right.

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Anne Cox Chambers, Atlanta Media Heiress, Dies At 100

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Anne Cox Chambers, Atlanta Media Heiress, Dies At 100

"Cox Chambers has died at the age of one hundred. The Atlanta newspaper heiress was one of the richest women in the country from member station W. A. B. E. Susannah Kappa Ludo reports and Cox Chambers owned the Atlanta Journal Constitution as part of the COX accent price media empire until last year it included TV and radio stations from around the country chambers supported Democrats including President. Jimmy Carter for whom she served S. Ambassador to Belgium. She also supported Barack Obama's first presidential campaign. She was known as a local philanthropist sitting on the board of the Atlanta High Museum of art and other other institutions Forbes estimated her net worth a few years ago at seventeen billion dollars she was the daughter of former Ohio governor James Cox for NPR. News I'M SUSANNAH CAPITAL LUCHO IN ATLANTA.

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"james cox" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"james cox" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And as an alliance, we believe in two things, we believe that food is really just a tool to build community and that thriving gardens and farms, really, strengthen the heart of cities and neighborhoods. So we got started in two thousand fifteen we not too long ago. But our our roots really do go farther back with the Atlanta community food Bank as Bill Bolling, the founder of the food Bank. Is also our our founder and visionary for this organization who was able to to to partner with Jim Kennedy from the James Cox foundation and say, you know, what would it look like if we took a better look at what's going on in our community around food and use an organization and bring people together provide connected to each other. But also connect them to resources so three things that we do food while alliances that we equip growers with the tools, they need to grow food, so very tangible things right infrastructure labor. They need seeds. They need the very the hoop houses, they need all those things and tools. We do that. We also are a grant maker. So we provide them with financial capital when they need to to purchase something or create a new project on the farm. The second thing we do is we really we create experiences for communities to connect to to where their food comes from so two urban farms and community gardens. We throw parties we throw workshops we have. Vents on farm because a lot of the things that we're learning is that just proximity to healthy food just making sure there's a kale on the table does not necessarily mean is going to change around eating. You actually have to have an experience. So that's another thing that we do in the third thing that we do is. We're actually beginning to work with local governments with partner with the Atlanta regional commission to say, you know, what would it look like if we help city start to plan for urban gardens and farms in the development of that city. And so we're really excited about that work. We really have taken sort of his last four years of learning and saying, you know, we're not going to move the needle on protecting these food producing spaces. If we don't work with our decision makers. Do you get the sense that the organization the alliance is beginning to move the needle in the right direction? Absolutely. Absolutely. There's so much more to be done. We've invested over three and a half million dollars and about one hundred and fifty unique organizations. So. So the work around urban agriculture is is at its all time high. Now, we have to sort of raise consciousness of the people who are making decisions on how our cities.

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"james cox" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on American History Tellers

"Buying the market increased by more than fifteen percent that day the biggest single day jump in history. In a mere ten days. Franklin Roosevelt had achieved more to slow the progress of the great depression than anyone had managed to accomplish in four years before he took office much of his success was due to the charisma and engaging presence of the man himself. Unlike Hoover before him Roosevelt had been born into an old American family of wealth and privilege. He was still a teenager when his fifth cousin Theodore Roosevelt became president in nineteen. Oh, one soon after Franklin began dating Theodore's niece. Eleanor Roosevelt, and they married in nineteen of five after a brief stint as a lawyer Roosevelt entered New York politics to follow in his cousins footsteps, though, Feodor was a Republican and Franklin avowed democrat young Franklin idolize has cousin and sought to emulate his dynamic leadership style. He served briefly in the New York legislature before being named assistant secretary of the navy in nineteen thirteen. He held that role throughout World War. One before running for vice president on the democratic ticket in nineteen twenty together with Ohio governor, James Cox Roosevelt lost that election in a landslide to Republican Warren g Harding a year later Roosevelt came down with a paralysing illness. That was alternately diagnosed as polio. He would remain in a wheelchair for the rest of his life, though, the onus put his political career on hold for several years eventually returned to politics becoming governor of New York in nineteen twenty nine his fame quickly rose from there culminating with his victory over Hoover in nineteen thirty two like Andrew Jackson a century. Earlier Roosevelt was a champion of the common man, though, he expanded the democratic vision to include African Americans as well as whites as governor of New York he used a -mergency relief funds for public works programs to help New Yorkers during the depression,.

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"james cox" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on KTOK

"Christmas and other things. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott, Katie yoga news center. This is Oklahoma's first news, lots of sunshine today, and we will warm up. Our forecast is coming up thieves target of southeast Oklahoma City family little more than two weeks before Christmas. Police say the Stitz family arrived home Friday night to find an open Christmas presents a television and jewelry. Missing brandy. Sit says her big concern is for her children. My kid's fair sense of security and safety. That's been violated and right before a holiday season. I think just comes a lot harder for them. Police say the burglars left fingerprints and a receipt that investigators hope Lalita suspects, a former Sperry police officer arrested on drug charges. The Oklahoma state bureau of investigations has thirty two year old Michael Anthony Townsend was arrested yesterday. He's racing charges of distribution of a controlled substance and attempted unlawful possession of controlled drugs. Townsend resigned after the USB investigation started in October, broken arrow police say son has been arrested on a first degree murder award. And the death of his father officer James Cox says police were called to a home Friday afternoon for a welfare check, but eighteen year old Hayden Samuel earned in stock at I wouldn't let officers come inside. Cox says son eventually relented and once inside officers found the body of forty two year old Zachary Emden stock police in Tulsa are investigating a girls fatal shooting. Investigators say she was shot in the chest in an apartment complex and died at a hospital. Her name and age have not been released..

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"james cox" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on KTOK

"This is Fox News. New owner Ford. Oklahoma City-based Dr Han good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Katie. Okay news center, and this is Oklahoma's first news, plenty of sunshine today. Our forecast is coming up, the Oklahoma City based sonic driving chain has a new owner shareholders have approved a two point three billion dollar merger with inspire brands which also owns arby's. Shareholders will be paid forty three dollars fifty cents a share and sonic will no longer be traded publicly Sonics CEO cliff. Hudson says he'll be a senior consultant until March while the business shifts engineer ownership Tulsa, again has the lowest average price for regular unleaded gasoline prices have been following crude oil prices down they always do long-term and nearly always short term as well. Industry. Analyst trilby Lundberg says the average price in Tulsa is one ninety one a gallon the highest average price in the country is three fifty eight a gallon in the San Francisco Bay area. A former Tulsa police officer. Arrested on drug charges. The Oklahoma state bureau of investigations has thirty two year old Michael Anthony Townsend was arrested yesterday. He's facing charges of distribution of a controlled substance and attempted unlawful possession of control drugs. Townsend resigned after the USB investigation started in October, broken arrow police say son has been arrested on a first degree murder award in the death of his father officer, James Cox, says police were called to a home Friday afternoon for welfare check, but eighteen year old Hayden Samuel stock at I wouldn't let officers come inside. Cox says the son eventually relented and once inside officers found the body of forty two year old Zachary, I'm didn't stock..

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"james cox" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on KTOK

"To you. You. Steals, Christmas and other things. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott. And the Katie yoga news center. This is Oklahoma's first news, lots of sunshine today, and we will warm up. Our forecast is coming up thieves targeted southeast Oklahoma City family a little more than two weeks before Christmas. Police say the Stitz family arrived home Friday night to find an open Christmas presents a television jewelry. Missing brandy. Sit says her big concern is for her children, my at their sense of security and safety that's been violated and right before a holiday season. I think just comes a lot harder for them. Police say the burglars left fingerprints and received that investigators hope will lead to suspects. Former Sperry police officer arrested on drug charges. The Oklahoma state bureau of investigation says thirty two year old Michael Anthony Townsend was arrested yesterday. He's racing chargers of distribution of a controlled substance and attempted unlawful possession of controlled drugs. Townsend resigned after the FBI investigation started in. October broken arrow police a son has been arrested on a first degree murder award. And the death of his father officer James Cox, says police were called to a home Friday afternoon for a welfare check, but eighteen year old Hayden Samuel owned in stock it, I wouldn't let officers come inside. Cox says the son eventually relented and once inside officers found the body of forty two year old Zachary Emden stock police in Tulsa are investigating a girls fatal shooting. Investigators say she was shot in the chest in an apartment complex and died at a hospital her name and eight have not been released. The porter hill fire department targeted by thieves border hill is about fifteen miles north.

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"james cox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Elon Musk the CEO of the electric car company. Tesla is being sued by the securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC all of which started with a tweet NPR's. Jasmine guards reports on off. August seventh Elon Musk tweeted that he was thinking of taking tesla private at four hundred twenty dollars a share dot sent Tesla's stock. Skyrocketing problem is musk didn't actually have any firm backers to go private this cost several people institutions hundreds of millions of dollars. Professor. James Cox specializes in corporate and securities law at Duke University. We don't want prominent executives making statements about their company that have no factual basis musk back down on the plan and kept tesla publicly traded company, the SEC didn't let it go. It's now coming after mosque for allegedly misleading investors. The lawsuit says musk set the share price at four hundred and twenty dollars on a whim because he had recently learned the numbers significance in marijuana culture. And thought his girlfriend would find it amusing. I mean, it's legal right. So legal. Okay. It's not such a bizarre allegation. Given Musk's recent behavior. Like when you recently went on comedian, Joe Rogan's podcast and apparently smoked pot. The view had some strikingly sat moments like when musk stared blankly into space and talked about the pressures. He's under. I don't think I don't think you'd necessarily want to be me. Investors were worried gene Munster works at loop a venture capital company. That follows tesla he says the last couple of months to call it a roller coaster is an understatement in the lawsuit. The SEC seeks that musk be barred from serving as an officer or director of a public company. Monster says, that's what many investors have wanted all along he'd like to see Moscow as a chief visionary. He doesn't have investor relations responsibilities after what happened today. I think it's less likely because the SEC really is out for blood here. It's a tough spot for the company. Too many devoted fans. Tusla is inextricably linked to the charismatic and innovative Elon mosque real fundamental question. Here is do we have a real company or do? We have Elon Musk Inc. Erik Gordon is a professor at the Ross school of business at the university of Michigan through all of these sort of troubles and shenanigans with musk the company is said, well, yeah. But he needs to be CEO. He probably can't be CEO anymore. So they're going to have to change their tune. And they're going to have to convince investors that the company is okay without him. As CEO public statement following the lawsuit announcement alone, must call the SEC's actions, unjustified. He wrote, quote, I've always taken action in the best interest of truth, transparency and investors. Jasmine guards NPR news, New York. It's Friday in time for story core today the launch of a new project it is called one small step, and it's an effort to.

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"james cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Elon Musk the CEO of the electric car company. Tesla is being sued by the securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC all of which started with a tweet NPR's. Jasmine guards reports on August. Seventh Yulon musk tweeted that he was thinking of taking tesla private at four hundred twenty dollars a share that sent Tesla's stock. Skyrocketing. Problem is musk didn't actually have any firm backers to go private this cost several people institutions hundreds of millions of dollars. Professor. James Cox specializes incorporates insecurities law at Duke University. We don't want prominent executives making statements about their company that have no factual basis musk back down on the plan and kept tesla publicly traded company, the SEC didn't let it go. It's now coming after mosque for alleged. Misleading investors. The lawsuit says musk set the share price at four hundred and twenty dollars on a whim because he had recently learned the numbers significance in marijuana culture. And thought his girlfriend would find it amusing. I mean, it's legal right. So okay. It's not such a bizarre allegation. Given Musk's recent behavior. Like when you recently went on comedian, Joe Rogan's podcast and apparently smoked pot. The interview had some strikingly sat moments like when musk stared blankly into space and talked about the pressures. He's under. I don't think I don't think you'd necessarily want to be me. Investors were worried gene Munster works at loop a venture capital company. That follows tesla he says the last couple of months to call it a roller coaster is an understatement in the lawsuit. The SEC seeks that must be barred from serving as an officer or director of a public company. Monster says, that's what many investors have wanted all along he'd like to see mosque as a chief visionary where he doesn't have investor relations responsibilities after what happened today. I think it's less likely because the FCC really is ultra blood here. It's a tough spot for the company. Too many devoted fans. Tesla is inextricably linked to the charismatic and innovative Alon. Mosque real fundamental question. Here is do we have a real company or do? We have Elon Musk Inc. Erik Gordon is a professor at the Ross school of business university of Michigan to all of these sort of troubles and shenanigans with musk the company is said, well, yeah. But he needs to be CEO. He probably can't be CEO anymore. So they're going to have to change their tune. And they're going to have to convince investors that the company is okay without him. As CEO public statement following the lawsuit announcement along must call the SEC's, actions, unjustified. He wrote, quote, I've always taken action in the best interest of truth, transparency and investors jasmine guard NPR news, New York. It's Friday and time for story core today the launch of a new project it is called one small step, and it's an effort to bring together Americans with.

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SEC lawsuit sends Tesla shares tumbling

Morning Edition

01:08 min | 2 years ago

SEC lawsuit sends Tesla shares tumbling

"Elon Musk the CEO of the electric car company. Tesla is being sued by the securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC all of which started with a tweet NPR's. Jasmine guards reports on August. Seventh Yulon musk tweeted that he was thinking of taking tesla private at four hundred twenty dollars a share that sent Tesla's stock. Skyrocketing. Problem is musk didn't actually have any firm backers to go private this cost several people institutions hundreds of millions of dollars. Professor. James Cox specializes incorporates insecurities law at Duke University. We don't want prominent executives making statements about their company that have no factual basis musk back down on the plan and kept tesla publicly traded company, the SEC didn't let it go. It's now coming after mosque for alleged. Misleading investors. The lawsuit says musk set the share price at four hundred and twenty dollars on a whim because he had recently learned the numbers significance in marijuana culture. And thought his girlfriend would find it

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"james cox" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"Podcast is brought to you by knowledge award. Facebook posted the largest one day loss evaluation in the history of the market's at more than one hundred billion dollars. CEO. Mark Zuckerberg himself saw his personal wealth declined by about seventeen billion. Twitter's stock loss was at twenty one percent with six point. Six billion dollar market cap hit. These losses were impart duty, user numbers coming in below expectations. So what do these losses in social media giants on Wall Street? Tell us about the stability of their stocks and other tech stocks right now. Joining us here in studio, get alone who is a professor of operations information and decisions as well as director of the management and technology program here at the weren't school. Nice seeing you. Thank you for coming in. Thanks for having me that. Thank you and joining us on the phone. Eric Gordon who's business professor at the university of Michigan as well as James Cox law professor specializing in corporate insecurities law at Duke University, Eric, James grades, both have you with us on the show today. Nice to be here. Right to be thank you. Take his into Eric, this these losses that we saw last week, and I mentioned a lot of it seems to be tied to these these user numbers, but how much do they really play into the overall losses that these two companies dealt with last week? Yeah, great question. So if you look at Facebook and Twitter to the companies that reported last week, what you see is market resetting their prices based on a change in explications. So there were expectations prior to the earnings release, the release contained information, which change those expectations. Here's what changed at Facebook. It turns out that the problems you were talking about the these well, known security problems are going to cost Facebook a lot more money than we were expecting. It's operating. Margins are going to drop from the mid forties forty percents to the mid thirties. That's a huge drop. That's a big change in expectation. And it might portend, you know what's going forward with Facebook? Well, they ever get their margins back Twitter, sort of a related story. They lost three million users, not it was only one million, but in fact, they crossed out three million users in sort of an account shakedown fake user. So these well-publicized problems that the couple of social media companies are having are hitting the bottom line, but are hitting expectations about what these companies will look like in terms of growth in profits going forward and that killed their stock, how much do you think in terms of these companies right now, this reporting and obviously these these earning statements will have an impact on the companies themselves, their operations, what they need to do both in the short term and the long-term full up on what Eric was saying, what we've seen with Facebook's decline in growth, but. The growth is in continuing, but in fact, forty-two percent year over year, but it's not expectation where before, but more importantly, we saw an increase and so an increase in their expenses overtime. So specifically if you talk about fake news and review. Facebook increased by threefold. They're a group secrete security review. So they -plication here for them. Is that while it seems that all market or at least the say season population would like it to continue getting to that the market is not rewarding them for doing that. If you look at all the the, their users users of not declined by law, actually went down by one million, then went up by one million users are not leaving Facebook, but the investment that they have to put to try to handle. These things are definitely much more costly than than -ticipant did and he's not rewarded by the market. James, what did you say is as the state of Facebook and and Twitter? Right now, not inconsistent. What the other said. I just wanna put a different spin on it, so so by global after the world population, somewhere around three and a half billion people that are at least connected to the internet one way or the other one and numbers have done is high. Is like two point. Two billion people use Facebook. So I think there in lies the problem that is that this is a market that his pretty much become saturated, lose Facebook perspective. That is the law of diminishing returns to be able to add another million or one hundred million users. The cost of that to be able to do that kinda go up..

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"james cox" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This Tuesday morning the. Story that's captured a lot of the nation's attention is the sinking of. That duck boat just awful. Seventeen, people died now federal investigators are determining whether safety protocols were violated during the tourist boat. Accident in Missouri the boat itself was retrieved yesterday four days. After it sank, CBS's Jim chrysalis their. Sixteen year old James Cox was one of the first to climb into a boat and head out on shopping table rock lake after hearing reports of a duck. Boat in trouble, when I saw I saw that it was really serious and solve the debris floating Cox. Says it was then he realized it was a. Very serious incident he says, he saw things. He'll never forget Jim Krasula, CBS news table Rock lake Missouri coming up in our next half hour you hear from. One of the survivors and what took place, said, she, lost her, father and brother in the incident right and her. Mother is also with her during. That interview. And later this. Morning you're going. To hear. From the owner and operator of just Ducky tours. Here in Pittsburgh and. We'll talk about the Duckie boats that are on our rivers smart watches. And fitness trackers could be. Hit, in the next round of tariffs on Chinese imports CBS news business reporter Jason Brooks if. The Trump administration goes ahead with its threat of tariffs on. Another two hundred, billion dollars worth of. Chinese imports the apple watch Sonos streaming speakers and Fitbit wearable devices will be among the products that will be affected Reuters reports that those devices fall under the. Subheading of data, transmission machines in the US tariff code list and that subheading is included in the latest. Round of proposed tariffs by the president if the. List goes into effect this, fall apple Sonos. And flip it would be Hit with ten percent tariffs of those devices. Smartphones and laptops are still spared in other news this morning dreamers making a beeline for the local convenience store, you heard this mega millions jackpot a half billion dollars here CBS. Is Wendy Gillette if you're feeling lucky the.

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"james cox" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"IRA, rates member FDIC well we are zooming toward, the August seventh primary and there's yet to be a forum or debate stage shared by Steve stagger and Mark montavani the two candidates for. Saint Louis county executive same goes for Bob McCulloch and Wesley. Bell for county prosecutor I'm, so political science, professor Dave Robertson says incumbents who feel like, they're in strong positions try to avoid sharing stages. With their lesser known challengers question for Steve singer is got elected cheese minutes office that I can explain to people A reason All people understand why they should vote for me Battle There was a forum scheduled for tomorrow night at the two hill theatre, Adam, so but a message on the university's website says it was canceled because not all the candidates agreed to. Attend federal investigators are determining whether safety protocols were violated during last week's duck boat accident in table rock, lake seventeen people were. Killed the boat was raised yesterday four days after its, saying I'm Jim Krasula in southwestern Missouri sixteen year. Old James Cox was one of the first to climb into a boat and head out on choppy table rock lake after hearing reports of a duck boat in. Trouble when I, saw I saw that it was really serious and we saw all the debris floating Cox says it. Was then he realized it was a very serious. Incident he says he saw, things he'll never. Forget Jim Griselda CBS news table rock, lake Missouri People audience and trae they're not endorse today some folks, out here they campaign for and against right to. Work is heating up the measure was approved by Republican legislators and former governor Eric brightens last year under the measure workers would not have to join a union. Or pay dues, but would still receive all the unions benefits Missouri Democratic Party chair Steven Weber was out knocking on. Doors and Centralia urging people to vote against prop. A I'm here with Jesse, works at mobile. Jesse why.

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"james cox" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Wildfire crisis in Greece forty, nine people. Have been killed in the flames what we see we've seen dozens of houses being completely burnt down many dozens. Of cars as well basically we're looking at images. Of complete destruction in the area and the Greek media already talking about a national tragedy the toll expected to go much higher the father of the man killed in a, dispute over. A handicapped parking space is still, hoping for an arrest in the case like oh mcglockton says he. Doesn't think that his son marquees is death qualifies as a stand your. Ground case because he was backing away when Michael Drake a shot. Him outside he Clearwater convenience store on Thursday the video that I saw my son step back the guy had control of a situation. Right then and there but, it was his decision to pull that trigger a blocked in telling news channel eight his son. Hand slammed Drake into the ground before the shooting Pinellas county sheriff bog Walter Gary says he did, not arrest Rica because of the standard ground law but Lockton has now, hired an. Attorney Federal investigators are looking into. The duck boat tragedy that killed seventeen people when. The land and water vehicle sank in stormy weather in Missouri I'm Jim Krasula in southwestern Missouri sixteen year old James Cox was one of the first to climb. Into a boat, and had out on choppy table rock lake after hearing reports of a duck boat. In trouble when I saw I saw that was. Really serious and resolve the, debris floating cock. Says it, was then he realized it, was. A very serious incident he says he saw things he'll never forget Jim. Krasula CBS news table rock lake Missouri The national weather service says that unusual weather. We had overnight Sunday into Monday, may continue for a while it's because of a rare, upper level low pressure system. That stretches from Florida all. The way to the Great Lakes, weather pattern you noticed, we've had onshore flow and it's been pretty gusty we've. Got rip currents out there and one to two foot. Above normal tide that patterns going to change by Friday the winter easterly which is what our normal pattern is national weather service meteorologist Danielle Noah says we could see more rain. Than normal until then but. We should not have the severe storms that we. Saw on Sunday overnight Gulf waters will have higher tides and there will be a greater risk for rip currents five hundred twelve million dollars that's what you could. Win if you, pick the right numbers if you're feeling lucky the mega millions jackpot is nearing the. Half billion Mark that would be the fifth largest. In the game's history the, biggest jackpot was. Six hundred and fifty six million dollars, into Thousand twelve it was split in three. The winning tickets were bought an Illinois Kansas and Maryland Wendy Gillette CBS news driver is get a price break at. The gas pump, with prices in Tampa Bay down eight cents a gallon from. A, week ago some really good news there with a little oil, prices that's really helping to allow wholesale prices dipped lower and that's just meaning..

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"james cox" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"James cox the guy who got defeated by warren harding in the presidential race or l jolson more famous warren harding rail joel exactly come president shit takeshi six nine accomplish no matter what you think of him as guy he accomplished way more in the past four months and john mccain ever did what did john mccain accomplish mccain feingold after getting pensions a member of the keating five on citizens united jin nyum late it didn't even last what didn't even last decade yeah six nine five billboard top one hundred songs in like five weeks incredible john mccain through his entire lot between behind two republican presidents who hated the shit out of them and he hated even more probably because one said that his adopted grant his adopted kid was an illegitimate black jail he had the other just you know you pick the awesome thing trump said about him you know so yeah i really do hope that his last last wish to for trump not to show up at the funeral is disregarded that trump goes out of his oppositional defiant disorder i'm not you're not you're not gonna let me go fuck you i'm going did you see your shows up and you just sprays beer everywhere like stone cold steve austin these sprays diet coke yeah trump's everywhere like fanta fanta fucking squirt guns like it's a concert trump but trump comes in in the fan man setup oh everyone said my suits were too big they worked perfectly for this you see the way they collect era okay we're going to get rid of this this kills birds i don't like it he goes up to jeff flake and goes hey buddy you wanna win you want to get five bucks a hardaway.

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"james cox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Right glass door is interviewing bankers to help advise it on an initial public offering this is all according to people familiar with the matter the java online job company is looking to list in the second half of this year that could still change but it is a concerted step forward from a company that is frankly been on my watch lists since they raise money a couple of years ago giving it evaluation of almost a billion dollars and this listing would come on the heels of what we've seen as kind of a rush of companies getting out toward the public markets dropped box just filed last friday so it could be a good indication that we have some more light glass door to come bus door has been taking on some new executives alex what do we know about the business model and how well the business is actually doing the business is going strong right now from what we hear revenue is growing at about a thirty percent clip which is my investors typically like to see out of these companies anything less than that is seen kind of as a bad sign glass door did also just bring in james cox the chief financial officer who used to work over at advent software so they've been kind of bolstering the ranks in addition of the cfo they brought in a new cfo c o newcomb's person so it does seem like there's a lot of good momentum here from this company another internet company that i will flag that are sources told us today could be a good candidate for 2018 2019 is survey monkey it's another company whose financials have been improving so whether it's dropped spotify listing us survey monkey or a glass door seems like will continue.

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"james cox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"There is we got some emails here paul newman's watch rolex watch fulford seventeen point eight million dollars at auction arroyo you kidding neck hit new mark once owned by paul newman sold for almost eighteen million dollars new york on thursday to an auction the the watch was given to newman by his wife actress joanne woods were in 1968 the two were working on a car racing film bulls he dead lahoud's wearing a winning with robert wagner and so that watch sold for seven almost eighteen million bucks whoa whoa the the watch was given to his daughter nails then boyfriend james cox her college boyfriend who has had the watch ever since and he said this it described it as magical when he wore yeah magical until somebody rights should check for eighty million than it's yours not minded more above its years that is really magic he n at that is really unbelievable he probably thought that was going to get two hundred grand in may be three hundred grand but never seventeen point eight million dollars that just shows how much ridiculous money the reason this country it was stock markets through the roof and people have held on to stocks are now multimillionaires it was on the wrist next to cool hand luke yes you're right yeah that's exactly what it is and now it's that dudes seventeen point eight million dollars for off watch and chances are never wear it you know he probably put it in a glass case the glass them where you know put it in your in your office or something but you can always say gate at sea and paul dumon's watch i own it now you have you paid almost eighteen million yeah it makes me sick when i think about it is the new battery now it's a it's a it's a wined dined lodge how about that after one is suckered his a is nicola jones hi there grew up a northridge an original valley girl graduated high school nineteen sixty four now california girl living.

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"james cox" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"With the checks on this reading of this you guys paul newman who as you know was a really hot actor he yeah he had a rolex and it was a special rolex it was the rolex cosmic graf daytona that he got as a present from his wife joined woodward bakken 19th sixty eight is a leather ban is not like that you know his rolexes i've whenever i think rolex usually has lake you think of the fancy yeah like the gold silver and you know what i'm talking about is a leather black leather banned i mean it's a beautiful why it is but i mean it's seen as a walked right so he got this watch from his wife and it was right when he was starting his foray into racing and she had it engraved gotta the tiffany's and new york and had engraved with the message drive carefully me i mean she signed at me and he wore it for fifteen years and then decided he was going to give it to his daughters then boyfriend a guy by the name of james cox and so after that daughter eventually broke up with the boyfriend thankfully they remained good friends and they decided to take the watched together to auction and they were expecting that this watch would fetch around a million dollars because i mean it's a really special lodge caveats even more special because it was from joann to paul newman but it sold to an anonymous phone bitter for almost eighteen million dollar a watch a little at a watch this is the one nine with so world okay so this person's anonymous like this we have no idea it denied eyes he jim being like that guy or the people who have to the hang out with this guy who has to tell the story he's gonna be like spawning watch animas hug 'cause he bit eighteen life art of course she's going to talk about this is paul newman's watch like the rest of his life he does he million dollars joaquin million dollars hit shorter salute over to cj real quick he's got a major traffic update rose yeah this.

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"james cox" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"james cox" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The governor of ohio so this this some fellow comes from a family that has been a james cox excuse me i i've misspoke james cox and so this is this is a kid from a family of great privilege very similar probably to maybe some of the families of the oligarchs in the old in the older in the old soviet union but we're we're not here to talk about that although no we certainly are here to talk about israel in your new book the anti israel agenda inside the political war on the jewish state i agree with you there is a war on on israel and and and i'd love to know your your perspective and i and i encourage call polish to call as well um we're we're coming up on a break alex and so if it's okay with you i'd like to just take a break right now because they don't want israel to the chain of the the conversation uh but this is a book uh that i this that people should read uh and and particularly if they're interested in israel the one bastion of liberty that i'm aware of that exist in the middle east the middle east has been put at the back pages the last few days because of north korea but it should never be fought for more minds my guest alex ritchie rich skin richard excuse me rich rich and the anti israel agenda inside the political warned the the jewish state back on nights i'd mud after this nine side with dan ray upon wbz newsradio 1030 or crass you're listening to lava kayce with lien color you're on the air i highly and longtime listener first time caller why in your professional opinion never take my calls off the air is thus carl yep that's carl that if.

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