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"Stock charts .com money update on news radio 1000 FM 97 .7 business remains strong at Microsoft. giant after The software the market closed reported quarterly earnings and revenue that handily topped expectations with with that revenue figure 56 .5 billion dollars up a sharp 13 % year over year. It continues to see impressive growth in its cloud services. In response, Microsoft shares are up in after hours trading another day. Another expansion of the United Auto Workers strike against Detroit's The automakers. union today directed about 5000 members at General Motors Arlington Assembly Plant in Texas to hit the picket lines. Stocks posted solid gains overall. However, the S &P 500 30 rose points. The Dow Industrials moved up 205 and the Nasdaq Composite gained 121. That's your now. money The United Auto Workers strike has cost General Motors approximately 800 million dollars so far no with agreement in sight. Lisa Taylor has more. Officials estimate the automaker loses around 200 million dollars every week and that number will increase after workers walked out today at GM's most profitable plant in Arlington, Texas. Union workers are off the job at a total of 19 facilities nationwide. GM will now be recalculating financial their forecasts for 2023. I'm Lisa Taylor. Many states are teaming up to sue Instagram and Facebook parent company Meta. They claim the tech giant is harming youth mental health with addictive features like feeds that scroll endlessly and too many notifications. The federal lawsuit filed in California was signed by more than 30 attorneys general. The states say Meta is contributing to a national mental health crisis. California DMV is hitting the brakes on Cruz's autonomous vehicle testing permits. The agency announced the suspension Tuesday and is effective immediately. In a statement the department said in the meantime it gave the General based Motors division the necessary requirements to meet in order to get its permits reinstated. It comes after recent incidents involving pedestrians have been reported and Apple has another product launch coming up. The company announced event called an scary fast fittingly taking place the night before Halloween on October 30th. Multiple outlets say it's possible the new Mac lineups could be revealed. Tech report Matt Mattinson, NBC News Radio. Northwest traffic from the high -performance homes traffic center. In Woodinville a lot of stop and go traffic on North Woodinville way a crash of 95th is backing up westbound traffic to 190th. Bellevue to Tukwila 405 South traffic is now down to a 10 -minute delay you'll hit slow down starting as you approach 90 and at Seattle that I -5 South crash of Columbia has already been cleared. Our next stop was traffic at 804. The News Radio 1000 FM 977 forecast from the Northwest Crawl Space Services Weather Center.
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"Police of and is the now Meanwhile, Israeli are in Consulate critical on the condition scene Israel of Building and an police incident in Hamas Atlanta. where have describe a resumed protester the fighting Israeli incident Officials reportedly military now say as the that announced set an protesters a extreme seven today themselves -day suffered act truce that on severe is it's of fire over. political injuries resumed outside combat The in the Gaza Strip claiming Hamas violated the and truce fired a rocket toward Israeli territory. New York Republican George Santos is no longer a member of Congress. The House voted to expel Santos this morning in a historic 311 New York Governor Kathy Hochul intends to soon announce a special election for Santos' seat. And I'm glad he's gone because I need people I can work with to fight for New York to bring federal money to our state to create jobs and opportunities and George Santos just took up his place. More than 100 Republicans voted in favor of removing Santos, who is now the sixth maker to ever be pushed out of the chamber. A group of Republican senators wants President Biden to temporarily ban travel between the US and China. Lisa Taylor reports... ...due to a recent spike in Chinese respiratory illness cases, the lawmakers led by Florida Senator Marco Rubio said travel should be restricted until more is known about the pneumonia outbreaks in children, adding that China has a... ...lying to public health crises. CDC Director Mandy Cohen this week told reporters her agency is confident the outbreaks are being caused by known pathogens like the flu and RSV. I'm Lisa Taylor. A federal appeals court upholding is a ruling that demands Texas remove a series of buoys in the Rio Grande. The floating buoys cover about a thousand feet of water and are separated by large blades with serrated bones. I'm Brian Shook. Lawmakers are pushing for an official federal holiday honoring Rosa Parks on December 1st, the anniversary of her arrest. She famously refused to move to the black section of a bus for a white man in 1955. of Members the Congressional Black Caucus are marking the 68th anniversary of that day. Actress Felicity Huffman is speaking out about her role in the Varsity Blues college admissions scandal. Daniel Martindale reports the Oscar nominee tells KABC -TV she paid someone $15 ,000 to falsify the results daughter's of her SAT to give her daughter a chance at a future. She also says she felt like she would be a bad mother if she didn't bribe someone to her get daughter into a top college. Huffman says her decision led to FBI agents arresting her and waking her daughters up at gunpoint. Huffman pleaded guilty to federal charges in May of 2019. I'm Daniel Martindale. If you're planning to travel the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, be aware that prices are going up. Sarah Bartlett has the details. The 17 .6 mile tunnel that connects the eastern shore to Hampton Roads will see a price increase starting January 1. For most vehicles, it will be $21 one -way during peak season, which runs from May 15 to September 15. That's up from $18 currently. Outside of those dates travel will be $16 one -way. That's up from the current $14. The last total increase for the tunnel was in 2019. I'm Sarah Bartlett. There's a new ride atop Rockefeller Center that creates a familiar New York newspaper photo from the 1930s. The photo, published in 1932 in the Herald Tribune, features 11 ironworkers eating lunch and smoking cigarettes, legs dangling from a steel beam 69 stories high. It was at 30 Rock and now you can experience the same thrill if you're not afraid of heights. A new ride called The Beam lets you buckle up 850 feet above Rockefeller Center on a beam. I'm Bryan Shook. And I'm Charlie Pellet at Bloomberg World Headquarters. We do check markets all day long at Bloomberg. Another up week for the S &P 500 Index. Five in a row the S &P this week up by eight tenths of one percent. Stocks and bonds moved higher on speculation the Federal Reserve will stand pat this month, an ease policy in 2024. Liz Young is head investment strategy at SoFi and on Bloomberg's surveillance today she told us she is keeping an eye on buy now pay later data. What happens in January and February is that if consumers were doing that holiday spending on credit, so things like buy now pay later or on credit cards, the bill comes due in January and February. Now this happens every year but this year could be a time where we're seeing that bill come due and frequencies tick up because consumers have been using buy now pay later in larger quantities than they did last year. SoFi is Liz Young and you can hear more of that conversation on the surveillance podcast. You download can it wherever you get your podcasts. Sarah Heughan of Standard Charter Banks sees economic conditions in place that would suggest rate cuts from the Fed next year. I mean we're thinking that the U .S. going is to stall later next year. The impact of policy tightening is clearly coming through and that impact is going to intensify over the next few quarters. And a major question for investors has been the outlook for a recession next year. Lauren Goodwin is director of portfolio strategy at New York Life Insurance. I be want clear to that even though we have a recessionary call in the first half of the year, I don't think that's particularly be pessimistic. I think that's an optimistic scenario for the economy. It allows a reset. I also think that we're going to see risk assets continue to do well for the next couple of months. You can hear more of the conversation with Lauren Goodwin on the Surveillance podcast. You can download it wherever you get your podcasts. Elon Musk says you if are ever in an argument with another car, you'll win with a Cybertruck. That comment as Tesla Tesla started delivering the first vehicles to customers yesterday, Dan Ives is with Wedbush authorities. When you look at Cybertruck, look, essentially they'll be losing, let's say, 30 ,000, 40 ,000 per vehicle for the next year and a half. Then it starts to become profitable. But that is the near term pain for long term gain that they need to do in what continues to be this green tidal wave. And on an update for the rest of the our customers. Tesla declined by five -tenths of one percent. S &P was up 26, up six -tenths of one percent. Dow The up 294, up eight -tenths of one percent. NASDAQ up 78, higher by five -tenths one of percent. After the bell, three additions to the S &P 500 Index, Uber, JBill and Uber. S &P 500. With Bloomberg News Now, Charlie I'm Pallet. This is Bloomberg. Welcome to the Odd Lots podcast on Bloomberg Radio. I'm Joe Weisenthal. And I'm Tracy Alloway. Tracy, I would say the last few weeks in a very real way, I would say optimism over the soft landing scenario, or at least the end of the rate hikes, has become deeply conventional wisdom, I think. I would agree with that. Although I think it sort of started in the summer. We saw some inklings then. But you're right. It really seems to have crystallized in recent weeks. And of course, the irony is that going into 2023, the consensus was really for recession. We had had a number of people who were talking about the outlook for the economy this year and how bad it might be. And then going into 2024, it seems like we've completely flipped around. So the hills alive are with the sound of soft landings. Yeah. And I think you're right. Obviously, 2023 broken a lot of people's brains. Probably a broader theme, which is that the entire COVID cycle, people have been looking at it through the lens of a traditional business
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"Interactive brokers clients earn up to 4 .83 percent on their uninvested instantly available USD cash balances. Rates subject to change. Visit ibkr .com slash interest rates to learn more. Join us again Monday morning at 5 a .m. Wall Street time for the latest on markets overseas and the news you need to start your day. I'm Tom Busby. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Israel is declaring a state of alert for war after a surprise attack from the Hamas militant group. Palestinian militants have reportedly entered parts of southern Israel as rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip Saturday. Israel Defense Forces say the rocket barrages killed at least one and injured 15 others. Palestinian militant group Hamas claiming responsibility for the attack. The Israeli military is telling people who live in southern Israel to remain in their homes. The largest health care strike in US history will end without a new deal. Kaiser Permanente employees will begin returning to work this morning at hospitals in California, Colorado, Oregon and Washington. A Kaiser spokesperson has confirmed that another bargaining session will be held Thursday. A union representative says the two sides remain far apart on the issue of wages. Kevin McCarthy is shooting down reports that he plans to resign from Congress. Lisa Taylor has more. News reports claim the California Republican planned to soon step down after he was removed as House Speaker. McCarthy told reporters, however, the reports were untrue and he plans to serve until the end of next year and run for re -election. He added that he wants to help Republicans expand the majority in the chamber. McCarthy suffered a historic defeat earlier this week when he was ousted by a small group of conservatives and House Democrats.
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"When professional soccer player Marcus Rashford injured his shoulder, he turned to Resil's virtual reality training program to help him maintain his skills and return to the field with confidence. Learn more at meta .com slash metaverse impact. Great interview with Howard Marks, co -chair and co -founder of Oaktree Capital. I'm Denise Pellegrini and this is Bloomberg. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Kevin McCarthy is shooting down reports he plans to resign from Congress. Lisa Taylor has more. News reports earlier today claimed the California Republican planned to soon step down after he was removed as House Speaker. McCarthy told reporters, however, the reports were untrue and he plans to serve until the end of next year and run for reelection. He added that he wants to help Republicans expand the majority in the chamber. McCarthy suffered a historic defeat earlier this week when he was ousted by a small group of conservatives and House Democrats. The leader of the United Auto Workers says General Motors has made progress at the bargaining table. During an update Friday, Union President Sean Fain said GM has leapfrogged the pack in negotiations. This comes as UAW's work stoppage stretches past the three week mark. UAW members have been on strike against GM Ford and Stellantis since September 15th. President Biden could meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping next month in San Francisco. Biden told reporters at the White House today a face to face meeting with Xi is possible during the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum in mid November. The meeting would be the first between the leaders since they met on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali last November. Wall Street is closing higher despite a strong job strategy.
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"Interactive brokers' clients earn up to 4 .83 % on their uninvested, instantly available USD cash balances. Rates subject to change. Visit ibkr .com slash interest rates to learn more. Up early on. We'll see how it all evolves. Thanks so much for being on the show, Josh. That's former federal prosecutor Joshua Neftalas of Pallas Partners. And that's it for this edition of the Bloomberg Law Show. I'm June Grosso and you're listening to Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. The U .S. has lost more workdays to labor disputes than any full year since 2000 through the month of August. Emboldened by public support and the tight labor market, unions are flexing their power to demand higher pay. Russian President Vladimir Putin says hand grenade fragments were found in the bodies of victims of the plane crash that killed the head of a mercenary group. Former Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozin died in the August plane crash. It happened two months after he led his troops on a march on Moscow in a failed coup attempt. Former President Trump is asking a judge to dismiss his federal election interference case. Trump's legal team argues his actions leading up to the 2021 attack on the Capitol are protected by presidential immunity. Trump was indicted by a federal grand jury in August for his alleged efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election, including attempting to obstruct the electoral vote process and impeding congressional proceedings. I'm Lisa Taylor. Two of the people arrested in connection with last month's Bronx, New York, daycare fentanyl exposure death are pleading not guilty to local charges. The operator of Divino Nino Daycare and her cousin in law were in a Bronx courtroom today after being indicted on murder and other charges.
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"Investment advisors, switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. In which a jury found him liable for defaming writer E. Jean Carroll. The trial is expected to last until December 22nd. And that's it for this edition of the Bloomberg Law Show. I'm June Grosso and you're listening to Bloomberg. Casting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz is aiming to remove House Speaker Kevin McCarthy from his post. He filed a motion Monday to force a vote to overthrow McCarthy. Speaking to reporters outside the capitol, the Florida Republican mentioned House Majority Leader Steve Scalise as a potential replacement. The U .S. Supreme Court will not hear a challenge to former President Trump's 2024 ballot eligibility. On Monday, the high court rejected the challenge brought by a long shot Republican presidential candidate. It used a post -Civil War provision of the 14th Amendment that barred former members of the Confederacy from holding office. It argued Trump was ineligible to run due to his alleged connection to the January 6th Capitol riot. The White House is pressing Congress to provide more aid to Ukraine. To see the continuation of the brave people in Ukraine to fight for their freedom, right, to fight for their democracy. Press Secretary Corrine Jean -Pierre told reporters today they're still strong. Bipartisan support to back Ukraine, which is a top priority for the Biden administration. Everyone's phone will go off this Wednesday at 2 .20 p .m. Eastern. Lisa Taylor has more. That's because the federal government will be conducting an Asia -wide test for its emergency alert system and wireless emergency alerts.
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"Hey, can I let you in on a little secret? Ugh, I'm obsessed with the Drop app. Drop makes it so easy to score free gift cards just for doing my everyday shopping at places like Ulta, Sam's Club, and Lyft. So if you're like me and love a good shopping spree, download Drop today and join the secret club of savvy shoppers. And use my code GETDROP999 to get $5. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. It appears a government shutdown has been avoided after the House passed a 45 -day stopgap funding bill. The measure passed 335 to 91 with overwhelming Democratic support as dozens of Republicans voted against it. The bill now goes to the Senate for final approval. Former President Trump could be in New York City on Monday for his civil fraud trial. Trump's lawyers revealed his plans on Friday while discussing another case, a lawsuit against his former lawyer Michael Cohen. Trump was set to undergo a deposition in that case in Florida on Tuesday, but his lawyers asked the court to postpone it so he could get to the New York trial, which opens Monday. Earlier this week, the judge overseeing the New York case ruled that Trump had been overvaluing his properties and was liable for fraud. A Michigan judge is ruling the teen who shot seven people and killed four at Oxford High School in November 2021 can be sentenced to life without parole. Lisa Taylor has more. Judge Kwame Rowe made the announcement Friday morning that Ethan Crumbly has a slim chance of rehabilitation. He said the teen is obsessed with violence even while being held in jail. The hearing and ruling are required as the U .S. Supreme Court ruled that underage defendants could not be given a life without parole sentence without a separate hearing following a conviction. Crumbly is scheduled to be sentenced in December. I'm Lisa Taylor. SpaceX launched another 22 Starlink satellites into orbit.
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"Warning. The following message contains an app recommendation you won't be able to resist. Girl, how do you keep getting all these things for free? Coffee, makeup, and now lunch? You haven't heard of the Drop app? Drop is a free app that rewards you for shopping at places like Ulta, Adidas, and Sam's Club. I've already earned $100 this month. Download the Drop app and get $5. Use invite code GETDROP222. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. President Biden is honoring the late California Senator Dianne Feinstein. During remarks in Arlington today, Biden said Feinstein was a trailblazer for women and a great friend. Dianne made a remark on everything from national security to the environment, gun safety to protecting civil liberties. The country is going to miss her dearly. Feinstein passed away at the age of 90. Lately, she's been battling health issues, but there's no word yet on an official cause of death. A suspect has been arrested in the 1996 murder of rapper Tupac Shakur. Las Vegas police announced Dwayne Kefi D. Davis has been charged with murder with use of a deadly weapon. Before today, no one had ever been arrested in the 27 years since Shakur's murder. The clock continues to count down to the deadline to avoid a government shutdown. The House failed to pass a Republican -led short -term funding bill this afternoon. The government is set to shut down at midnight Saturday if lawmakers fail to make a deal. A Michigan judge is ruling the teen who shot seven people and killed four at Oxford High School in November 2021 can be sentenced to life without parole. Lisa Taylor reports...
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"Interactive Brokers charges USD margin loan rates from 5 .83 % to 6 .83%. Rated the lowest margin fees by stockbrokers .com. Rates subject to change. Learn more at ibkr .com slash compare. It just becomes unwieldy and unmanageable to have them tried in a single criminal trial. Thanks so much Jimmy. That's Professor Jimmy Garule of Notre Dame Law School. I'm June Grosso and this is Bloomberg. A new poll shows most voters believe President Biden was involved in his son's business dealings while serving as vice president. The CNN poll found 61 % of voters say the president had some involvement in Hunter Biden's business in Ukraine and China. Among that group, 42 % said he acted illegally. The Defense Department is calling on Alabama Senator Tommy Tuberville to stop blocking military confirmations in the Senate. Pentagon spokesperson Sabrina Singh says more than 300 confirmations have been delayed so far. For the first time in history, three of our military branches, the Army, the Navy and the Marine Corps, have no Senate confirmed service chief. Officials said the hold is impacting military readiness and national security. Tuberville is blocking the confirmations in protest of the Pentagon's policy to reimburse service members who travel out of state for abortions. Suspected Chinese operatives are using AI -generated images to pose as American voters online and spread disinformation. More from Lisa Taylor. That's according to Microsoft analysts. The company says it's an attempt to bring up discussion on controversial political issues ahead of the 2024 U .S. election. Microsoft says operatives posted images using AI -generated images.
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"Investment Advisors. Switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. Our original music was composed by Leo Sidrin. I'm Wes Kosova. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Just one of former President Donald Trump's 18 code defendants in the Georgia election interference case is being jailed. Harrison Floyd was denied bond Friday after being considered a fight risk. Floyd is charged with racketeering conspiracy and influencing a witness. He turned himself in Thursday before Trump but did not have a lawyer reach a bond agreement before he surrendered. Trump may be heading back to Atlanta soon after Thursday's surrender. Unlike his other cases, Fulton County does not arraign a defendant on the same day they're booked and processed at the jail. The arraignment where Trump would enter a plea in a courtroom happens at a later date. Members of the United Auto Workers Union authorized a strike against General Motors, Ford and Stellantis when their current deal expires. Lisa Taylor reports. The union says the final votes are still being counted but so far the average in favor of a strike was 97 % of union members. UAW President Sean Fain continued his campaign to demand a 46 % pay raise over four years, a 32 hour work week and making all supplemental workers full time employees. Fain also claims union employees are suffering while CEOs enjoy double digit pay increases. The UAW is still the oversight of a federal monitor after several weeks.
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"What makes an occasion special? Does it have to involve a birthday, anniversary, or promotion? Or can it be that first juicy bite of a perfectly cooked burger shared over laughs with good friends on a warm summer night? Sounds pretty special to us. Together, we bring more. Beef. It's what's for dinner. Funded by beef farmers and ranchers. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Former President Trump's election case is now moving to the pretrial phase after he pleaded not guilty to felony charges. Lisa Taylor has more. Lawyers will be filing briefs leading up to the next hearing scheduled for August 28th where a trial date is likely to be scheduled. Justice Department lawyers are pushing for the case to be tried quickly while Trump's defense argues it could take years to review the government's evidence and gather their own. A Texas judge is ruling in favor of a group of women and their doctors who sued the state over its abortion ban. Jim Forbes has the latest. Travis County Judge Jessica Mangrum on Friday temporarily blocked Texas officials from enforcing the state's abortion ban against women who have pregnancy complications. Mangrum also shielded doctors from being prosecuted for performing abortions if they determine the pregnancy poses a risk to the patient's life. A lawsuit against the state was filed earlier this year on behalf of two doctors and 13 patients including a patient who was forced to go full term with a baby that died shortly after birth from a fatal condition. The suspect who turned himself in for the deadly New York City gas station stabbing of a man who was dancing to a Beyonce song has been charged by police. Jacqueline Carl reports.
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"Court is temporarily blocking restrictions on a commonly used abortion pill. Lisa Taylor has more, just as Samuel Alito block lower court rulings that impose restrictions on the drug, Alito said the hold would remain in effect until midnight on Wednesday, the full court is expected to study the case and decide the next steps by next week. A Texas judge suspended the FDA's approval of the pill last week. Officials say a massive fire at an Indiana recycling plant spewed toxic chemicals into the air. The blaze began Tuesday afternoon in Richmond and caused the evacuation of over 2000 residents on Friday the Environmental Protection Agency said air monitors have detected hydrogen cyanide chlorine carbon monoxide and other hazardous chemicals in the ground level smoke. Former president Trump is railing against President Biden's gun control agenda, while speaking at the NRA's annual meeting in Indianapolis Trump told the crowd no one will lay a finger on your guns if he's elected president in 2024. He said on day one, he'll stop Biden's war on lawful gun owners. Efforts continue in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and other parts of Broward county still dealing with this week's historic flooding mayor dean trantalis says no deaths have been reported as a result of the storm, but rescue crews are still receiving calls just last night we handled an additional 250 calls for help on top of the 900 that we previously received. We've had multiple fires and other emergency events that are likely a direct correlation. The national
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"2700 journalists and analysts in over a 120 countries. This is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update, the U.S. and France are reaffirming their support of Ukraine in the war against Russia. Speaking alongside French president Emmanuel Macron on Thursday, President Biden said the two nations will continue to provide strong support for Ukraine and will work together to hold Russia accountable. The Supreme Court will hear arguments on the Biden administration's student loan forgiveness plan. Lisa Taylor fills us in. The court in a brief Thursday said it would hear arguments in February with a decision soon to follow the plan will remain paused until the court issues its decision, the plan gives federal borrowers earning less than $125,000 per year up to $10,000 in debt relief with additional relief for pell grant recipients. I'm Lisa Taylor, and NASA's Orion spacecraft is about to make a final pass by the moon on its historic journey before returning to earth, Orion's onboard engine fired up Thursday afternoon to break the capsule out of its current orbital path, and will take a final lap around the moon Monday morning. The capsule is scheduled to splash down in the Pacific Ocean on December 11th. I'm Mark Mayfield. Start your market day with Bloomberg surveillance. Can we get back on scrap who says finance can't be fun No sense this morning at all. Sound like Tom king. 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick
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"Business app. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. President Biden and the First Lady will head to Great Britain to attend Queen Elizabeth's funeral. The state funeral is set for Monday in London's historic Westminster Abbey. The security for the event will be the most expensive single day operation in UK history. The price tag to protect Monday's event is more than $7.5 million. The war of words between California governor Gavin Newsom and Florida's governor continues to escalate, Newsom on Friday took Ron DeSantis to task over shipping migrants. Those migrants are used as ponds to humiliate what Ron DeSantis is doing is disgrace. Newsom is urging the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate after two planes filled with migrants were sent to Martha's Vineyard. Speaking at embry riddle, aeronautical university Friday, desantis said he'll spend all of the $12 million allocated by the legislature to relocate illegal migrants out of state. Sarah Huckabee Sanders is revealing she had undergone surgery to remove her thyroid after a cancer diagnosis. The former White House press secretary said in a statement her doctor ordered a biopsy for an area of concern this month with the test revealing the cancer. She said the surgery was successful, and she is now cancer free. Ahead of November's midterm elections, Democrats remain competitive in a new poll. Lisa Taylor reports roughly 46% of respondents in The New York Times Siena college poll said they will back the democratic candidate for Congress. That compares to 44% for Republicans. Republicans enjoyed big leads in polls just a few months ago and were predicting a red wave election, Dems have been boosted by legislative victories and falling gas prices. Lisa Taylor reporting, the man accused of attacking comedian Dave Chappelle at a show is being ordered to stand trial for an unrelated attack. Isaiah Lee is charged with attempted murder for allegedly stabbing a roommate. I'm Brian shook. The mother accused of drowning her three children in Brooklyn will undergo a psychological exam. Natalie migliore reports Aaron murdy was remanded after a short arraignment at the hospital where she's been since her arrest on Monday. Her children were found lifeless along the Brooklyn shoreline shortly after she was found wandering the Coney Island boardwalk. The community held a vigil to remember 7 year old Zachary murder four year old liliana and three month old Oliver. I Natalie mcgrill. More than a third of college students are quiet quitting to preserve their mental health, quiet quitting refers to employees or students not going above or beyond and rather just meeting their job descriptions, an idea that has recently spread virally on social media and intelligent dot com survey revealed that many community public and private university students are putting some or little effort into their work. A video shows congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene appearing to kick a gun control activist outside the capitol. Michael kassner has more. The Georgia Republican was walking to her office while engaging in a vigorous debate with other gun control activists, she appeared to try to kick or trip one of the activists in front of her
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"A global news update. The legendary career of Serena Williams appears to be over. Williams lost to Isla Tamil janovich in three sets, the 40 year old announced her retirement from tennis last month, saying she wants to move her focus toward other things. President Biden is applauding the latest monthly jobs report calling it more good news. The great American job machine continues to come back America workers are back to work earning more manufacturing more, building an economy from the bottom up in the middle out. Speaking at The White House Biden said jobs and wages are up. Airports are packed as travelers take off on those last summer vacations. However, it hasn't been easy sailing with the aviation industry, which is dogged by delays and cancellations. Paul hartshorn with the association of professional flight attendants says travelers need to be patient. A California wildfire is damaging homes and people as it spreads the mill fire in Northern California has forced nearly 8000 residents in small towns to evacuate. Now fire officials have announced the blaze has spread to over 1000 acres, fanned by winds of 36 mph. The House minority leader is putting attorney general Merrick Garland and FBI director Chris wray on notice. Lisa Taylor has more. California Republican Kevin McCarthy co authored a letter to Garland and ray expressing outrage over the recent raid of ex-president Trump's Florida estate, the letter called it unprecedented and shocking. House Republicans are demanding all documents and communications related to the raid, as well as testimony by Garland and ray before the judiciary committee, Democrats control the committee until early January, Republicans hope to regain control of the House and the panel after November's midterm elections. Germany will pay $28 million to the families of Israeli athletes who were murdered at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, a German interior ministry spokesman said today the families and the German government agreed on the compensation amount. I'm Brian shook. Monkeypox cases in the U.S. are decreasing. Michael kassner reports that's according to an NBC News analysis of data from the CDC, the 7 day average of new reported cases declined from a daily average of 465 on August 10th to 281 on August 31st. That's a 40% decrease. Experts believe the dip is mostly driven by falling case counts in large cities such as New York City in Los Angeles. They say much of that drop could be attributed to mindful change in behavior among those who are most at risk for the disease, which is men who have sex with other men. I'm Michael kassner. Intel says next Friday's groundbreaking ceremony involving President Biden in central Ohio will start at ten 45 in the morning. Intel is investing at least $20 billion in semiconductor fabrication facilities in new Albany, just outside of Columbus. You may have noticed that a new type of ATM is starting to pop up across California. You can now withdraw at crypto ATMs. Here's how it works. Mostly here in the state, those ATMs deal in Bitcoin. They allow you to exchange dollars for digital currency, financial analysts say these ATMs are being put in places where retail consumers who don't have a lot of information about investing like gas stations and convenience stores, but they are excited about cryptocurrency and want to get involved. I'm Phil ferrar. The football that NFL Hall of Famer Joe Montana threw for his first touchdown pass for the San Francisco forty-niners is up for auction. But the man who caught it says it isn't the right ball. Former forty-niners tight end bob brewer says the real ball is in a box at his home in Texas. He says the ball he caught for Montana's first scoring pass as a pro has an adult beverage stain dating back to a party he hosted in the early 1980s. SCP auction says the ball it's selling is the one Montana through, and that it's the property of brewer's ex-wife, who got it in the divorce
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"The holiday weekend travel numbers to return to near pre-pandemic levels and estimated 137 million people will be traveling over the long weekend. That's over 50% of the country. The White House is defending President Biden's pointed attacks on maga Republicans, Biden said democracy is under assault during a prime time address Thursday. Standing up for democracy is not political. Denouncing political violence is not political. Defending rights and freedom is not political. Press secretary karine Jean Pierre called it a forceful speech. Treasury secretary Janet Yellen is calling the numbers from the latest jobs report excellent. The August jobs report revealed 315,000 jobs were created. However, the unemployment rate jumped to 3.7% last month. Jane Fonda has cancer, the actress revealed she's been diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma on Instagram. She wrote, this is a very treatable cancer. She added 80% of people survive, so I feel very lucky. The 84 year old said she would undergo chemo treatments for 6 months. Live golf players are being told they'll be ineligible for a PGA membership renewal. Lisa Taylor explains the new PGA season is set to begin in just two weeks, some players who left the tour for the Saudi backed live resigned. However, there are still 22 players that defected, including Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau, who haven't formally surrendered their membership. Lisa Taylor reporting, a smoked salmon product is being recalled after a sample tested positive for Listeria. The recall is over the four ounce packages of Saint James smokehouses scotch reserve Scottish smoked salmon sold across ten states between February and June of this year. Consumers who own the product should throw it away or return it to the store for a full refund. I'm Brian shook. The R. Kelly child pornography trial will resume on Tuesday following the Labor Day weekend. Perry Williams reports. The singer informed that John yesterday that he doesn't plan to testify, but co defendant and former Kelly business manager Darrell McDavid is expected to get on the witness stand. The judge also denied a motion filed by Kelly's defense team, asking that their client is acquitted of all charges. The R&B stars attorneys began presenting their case to the jury yesterday, the trial is expected to end next week. I am Perry Williams. Texas governor Greg Abbott says he's not going to stop with a plan to bus illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities like New York, Washington, D.C., and now Chicago. He blasted the mayor of Chicago for touting their sanctuary city status and then complaining about illegal immigrants being moved there from Texas this week. Mayor Lori Lightfoot called Abbott's bus program racist and a political stunt. A
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"Of its programs to women and people of color, saying it was pretty cool to hang out with people from a variety of backgrounds, the Artemis one test launch is set for Monday morning. I'm Julie Ryan. The U.S. State Department is confirming reports that an American was killed in Ukraine. Lisa Taylor reports. According to newsweek, the American was a volunteer fighting alongside Ukrainian forces, the State Department didn't give any further details about the American out of respect for the privacy of their family, several American volunteers have been killed in the war since the fighting began just over 6 months ago. I'm Lisa Taylor. The price of a Ford Mustang Mach-E electric vehicle will be significantly higher for the 2023 model year. Brad Siegel has more. The automaker announced the sticker price will be around $8000 more for a fully optioned vehicle Ford says the cost of materials supply chain issues and market conditions all factored in the price hike. The starting price of the Mustang Mach-E will now start at nearly $46,900. Customers who have a standing order in for a 2022 model will have the option to get a 2023 order. I'm Brad Siegel. Nearly all jobs that were lost during the pandemic have returned in Oregon. Michael kassner has the latest. The Oregon employment department reports 9 out of ten jobs that were lost in spring 2020 are back, Oregon's unemployment rate is near a record low. The state's labor force has grown to a record high in labor force participation is at its highest in a decade. Workers who lost their job during the pandemic got re employed faster than people who lost their jobs before the pandemic. I'm Michael kassner. Serena Williams will be playing in the doubles tournament at this year's U.S. open with her sister, Venus. The U.S. open starts Monday on Saturday, the tournament tweeted Serena and Venus on the same court. The two time doubles champions have accepted a wild card. It will mark the first time the Williams sisters have played together at the tournament since 2014. This tournament is expected to be the last for Serena after recently announcing an evolution away from tennis, the 40 year old announced her retirement saying she wants to move toward other things. I'm Julie
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"The FBI raided ex-president Trump's Florida estate. A top Federal Reserve official is in committing to a specific interest rate hike next month, Lisa Taylor has more. Speaking of Maryland, Richmond fed president Thomas barkin, said there's still plenty of time to decide how large a potential increase may be needed, he noted more reports on the state of the economy will be coming out before next month's policy meeting, the fed has been steadily raising rates to fight inflation, but there are signs rising prices at peaked. The transportation secretary is pushing airlines to do more to avoid delays and cancellations before Labor Day weekend, secretary Pete Buttigieg wrote to the heads of the ten biggest U.S. airlines, warning about possible new government regulations. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Charlie pellet. At Bloomberg world headquarters. A down day for the Dow the S&P and NASDAQ and it was a losing week for the S&P 500 Index. Today, the S&P 500 notched its biggest daily decline since June. Asty dweck is chief investment officer at Flo bank and she says it looks like June was the market low. The rally started before the good news arrived. We didn't wait for the good CPI number, which only came out in August. To start this rally, it started when used was still disappointing. We had a couple of warnings from the chip companies from the retailers. Flow banks, SD dweck, Wall Street is looking ahead to next week's speech in Jackson hole Wyoming by fed chair Jay Powell, Jeffrey yu is senior strategist at BNY Mellon, and he says some more hawkish message by some fed members lately is the right way to tilt. The general speech guidance from various step members over the last two or three weeks successfully in bringing back that expectation. And just giving markets a dose of reality. I think that's been quite successful. So I just, I guess, Chen and how I just need to do a bit more of the same. BNY Mellon's Jeffrey eu, as for how far the Federal Reserve will go in raising interest rates, Seth Carpenter is chief global economist at Morgan Stanley. You know, we think the peak rate that the market is priced is about right, but cuts in the market that the market has in place for a lot of next year. That's not really consistent with our forecast. Seth Carpenter of Morgan Stanley, treasury yields climbed while the dollar capped its best week since April of 2020. For the week, the S&P was down 1.2% today, the S&P declined 55 points down 1.3%. The Dow down 292 down 9 tenths of 1% NASA stacked out 260 down by 2%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie pellet. This is Bloomberg. Your listening to balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio. Well, the CDC has come under a lot
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"A global news update. President Biden is heading home after a controversial trip to Saudi Arabia. Lisa Taylor reports. The president met with Arab leaders and Jetta today to discuss the growing nuclear threat for Moran and efforts to improve relations between Israel and its neighbors. Biden reassured the group, the U.S. will continue to be heavily involved in the region to counter the influence from China, Russia, and Iran. He also raised the issue of human rights, saying citizens must be able to question and criticize leaders without fear of reprisal. Biden also urged gulf oil producers to pump more oil after the meetings the president boarded Air Force One for the flight back to Washington D.C.. I'm Lisa Taylor. The House committee investigating the capitol attack will hold a prime time hearing next week. The Thursday night hearing is expected to focus directly on former president Trump. Donald Trump is delaying a rally in Arizona out of respect for his ex-wife, Ivana. The former president announced online that today's rally will be postponed until July 22nd after Ivana Trump passed away suddenly on Thursday. That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan. This is Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steele and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio. How much is it going to cost to get Elon Musk out of his deal to buy Twitter? It is the question now permeating markets and ten Delaware court actually force Musk into buying Twitter. Well, let's break it down with Matt shenton helm. He's a Bloomberg intelligence litigation analyst. Matt, in a piece that you just did, you give Twitter a 60% chance to win in a court. How does Twitter win in a court? Yeah, so the key argument that Twitter is going to make is that it has a binding contract with Elon Musk for Elon Musk to close on this acquisition at $54 and 20 cents a share. And the real key to the legal argument is that Elon Musk agreed to a provision in that contract that says if either party doesn't comply with the obligations, a court can force it to happen. And so what's going to play out over the next couple of months in Delaware or chance to record is an argument about whether the court will force mister Musk to comply with this promise? If he's forced to comply at what price will he be forced to comply? Yeah, so his bid was at $54 and 20 cents a share. And so literally the only issue teed up in the case is whether he must honor his bid, whether the court will force him to comply with that bid or not. So it's not going to be a question of the court setting a price in between. Now that's the technical legal fights. But that shapes the dynamic for potential settlements. So meaning that Twitter must can take it offline and be like, fine. We won't do 54 20 a share, maybe we'll do 42, I'm making that up. And therefore avoid having to go to court. That's exactly right. So both sides face potential risk, Twitter faces risk that maybe the court won't force Musk to do the deal. Musk forces their faces the risk that the court forces him to do it. And so both sides might look at that and say, hey, maybe we should work something out. And that gets really take two shapes. It could be in the shape of Musk still purchasing the company or it could be in the form of him paying and walking away. If Twitter negotiates with Musk, although there's so much bad blood now, I feel like it'd be hard to sit in those conversations, but let's say they do negotiate a lower price down. Do Twitter shareholders then sue Twitter? Yeah, so that's, I think, a really great question. On Twitter, Twitter's board has an obligation to its shareholders to maximize the value of the shares. And I think that's something that they're going to struggle with as they look at settling this case or resolving it. And so we'll shareholders Sue is probably a different question of whether shareholders would sue and win. And so I think shareholder, I think the board has the ability to contemplate the risk that the $54 and 20 cent bid is facing at this point. There is the real risk. We put it at about 40% that the court won't side with Twitter here and would let Musk walk away paying only $1 billion or maybe nothing. And so I think the board is reasonable in taking into account that risk and then saying, look, maybe a settlement here is in the best interest of shareholders. What is Musk's strongest argument? As I understand it, there's three basic ones. One that he keeps asking for stuff from Twitter and they don't give him the information. To the Twitter like outright didn't tell him the correct information about the bots, three Twitter's done stuff since he said he was going to buy the company that made the company worse, whether it's freezing hiring, laying off people, et cetera. What's the spread am I missing any? And what's the strongest one? I think that lays out the big three that he set out in his letter explaining why he wanted to terminate. In my view, the best argument must have is going is the informational one that Twitter has an obligation to share data with him about the transaction. I'm tied to consummating the transaction. And it failed to do that. And I say it's a better argument forum for a technical legal reason because his second his fallback argument on the bot is the idea that Twitter has been misleading the SEC for years about how many bots there are on the system. That doesn't work for Musk unless it rises to what's known as a material adverse effect, which is really hard to show. Why I say Musk's stronger argument is the data access one is he doesn't have to reach that high bar. He just has to show that Twitter didn't comply with its obligation. It promised to share data and it didn't. And but the problem for Musk, even though I think that's a more winnable argument for Musk. The problem for him is that Twitter's duty to share data isn't unlimited. The contract itself says that Twitter can consider whether sharing that data. One would violate the law or two and I think the more important one would create a competitive threat. Matt, your job is cool. Something that I'm sure maybe you haven't heard, but it is cool. All right, Matt, thanks a lot. I appreciate it. Matt shouldn't helm a litigation analyst for Bloomberg intelligence. As inflation keeps soaring as the fed keeps having to hike, one of the questions is, do we
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"I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm Erica Hurst, quiz from the Bloomberg newsroom. European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde restated officials intentions to raise interest rates in July and September and discuss the ECB's projections for inflation, economic growth and fighting fragmentation, Lagarde spoke Monday at the European Parliament's committee on economic and monetary affairs in Brussels, and said she believes wage growth will strengthen. Wage growth has started to pick up, although at the moment, it remains modest. We expect negotiated wage growth to strengthen slightly further over 2022, and then to remain above average levels for the projection horizon, supported by tight labor markets, increases in minimum wages and some effects of compensation for high rates of inflation. Lagarde also spoke on how Russia's unjustified aggression toward Ukraine is severely affecting the Euro area economy and the outlook is still surrounded by high uncertainty. The rubles soared to a 7 year high Monday prompting debate over targeting rate. It's up as much as 1.7%, taking its advance this year to 35%. Beleaguered home builders, stocks are being hit by a wave of analysts downgrades. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie palette. Erika analysts from Wells Fargo to Bank of America have cut their ratings and share price targets on home builders as surging mortgage rates and accelerating inflation erode the pandemic era demand. Investors are concerned about the potential of a U.S. recession along with slumping housing starts. Erika? Checking the global markets, the FTSE in London gained one and a half percent. The kak in Paris closed ahead a third of a percent. The Dax in Germany was up almost 1%. The nikkei in Japan closed down three quarters of a percent, the hang seng in Hong Kong finished up .42% in China's CSI 3000 closed up a half a percent. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. I'm Erica Hurst, this is Bloomberg This is a Bloomberg quality special, achieving black equity. The difference in prosperity between black and white families in America remains stark.
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"The Lincoln Memorial were likely surprised to find it closed for cleanup The National Park Service tweeted news of the temporary closure on Saturday saying it would reopen as soon as possible The popular D.C. landmark was littered with broken bottles spilled wine and champagne covering the steps after a local university held a graduation celebration on the grounds Police in San Bernardino are still investigating this morning after gunfire erupted into a large crowd killing one person in injury 9 others late Friday night no arrests have been made in a motive into the shooting is still under investigation I'm Julie Ryan Texas governor Greg Abbott called a judge's decision to keep title 42 in place for the time being a positive development but said hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants remain at the southern border ready to flood into Texas Brian shook has more Abbott said Texas will continue utilizing all available resources and strategies to prevent mass illegal migration including the deployment of the Texas Department of Public Safety and Texas National Guard Had the judges injunction been lifted the Biden administration was expected to end title 42 on Monday I'm Brian shook Multiple climate indicators are reaching new record highs Here's Lisa Taylor That's according to the world meteorological organization which says they include greenhouse gas concentrations and ocean heat The records that were set last year are very concerning to the UN secretary general Antonio Guterres described them as alarming He added fossil fuels are a dead end I'm Lisa Taylor California authorities are worried about an invasive species of worms that can jump a foot into the air The Asian jumping worm is a species native to Japan that found its way to North America back in 2013 and has been confirmed in California Experts are worried because the worms have a big appetite and are known to eat through leave debris that's home to small animals Scientists are concerned that once they establish themselves in the region the worms will be impossible to eradicate Asian jumping worms are easy to spot authorities say they thrash about when handled and have been known to leap a foot into the air The owner of a Las Vegas magic shop is cashing in after dead bodies were recently discovered on the receding shorelines of Lake mead The owner of blasphemy boutique is selling something called Lake mead corpse water Traditionally corpse water is the bath of a recently deceased person that's collected by witches to perform hexes and spells The owner of the magic shop says Lake mead corpse water has been selling well I'm.
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"Website COVID tests dot gov I'm Lisa Taylor The White House is accusing Russia of plotting a false flag operation in eastern Ukraine press secretary Jen Psaki says the effort includes a massive misinformation campaign that could give Russia a reason to invade the neighboring country during a briefing Friday She cited U.S. intelligence and warned about harsh economic consequences if Moscow invades I'm Brad sneakers I'm Barry results you're listening to master's business on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest this week is Jim mckelvey He is the author of the innovation stack as well as cofounder of square We'll talk about the name change And we'll talk about some of the other things you cofounded or founded let's start with invisibly can consumers really profit off of all of their private data that these online companies and social networks are grabbing Tell us tell us a little bit about invisibly I wish I could give you a strong yes I will give you sort of a kind of right now But the idea behind invisibly is very sound which is that you should stop being the product and start being the person in control And what I mean by that is when you're using a platform for free like Facebook or Twitter or any of those platforms Google for this for that matter They're going to monetize you And what that means is that they serve you things that serve them And only them So I'll give you an example Facebook has figured out that the more time you spend on their platform the more money they make And they have also figured out that if they piss you off towards the end of your browsing experience you're going to spend more time on it Serves them to get they'll show you the pictures of your cousins and your kids and all the cool stuff and then if it looks like to their algorithms that you're going to leave they will piss you off on purpose And that's how they're one of their tricks to keep you engaged Well yeah it's well-known Now that is not good for you But it's good for Facebook How do you monetize how do you as the individual user flip the script and monetize that So about 5 years ago I started working on this idea that everybody's had As I know called micropayments And micro payments are simply making you the center of the transaction So if you see an ad you get paid for seeing that at a tiny amount and if you view a piece of content or read something or listen to something like you listen to this podcast we should pay Barry I have a quarter Yeah we should pay Barry We gotta pay him for all the work you did and I forgot to take you read the book You know that should be compensated So at the center of this though is the person in charge And what we're trying to do with invisibly is create an invisible agent And this agent is going to buy for you and sell for you They're going to buy at the lowest prices they can They're going to sell your eyeballs at the highest prices They can't They're going to negotiate in your negotiate on your behalf So the first thing we're going to stand up is a news reader which will take most of English language news and give you control of it And look I can't tell you that people are going to want to use this because news is so polluted right now Everyone knows the concept of this It's really interesting It's a great concept Barry I can't swear that it works but if you go to invisibly dot com you can try it And look we're giving it a shot And the hope is that if we can give people control then they will feel better about what they're consuming and also what they're selling because believe me if you think something free you're paying for it with your attention Right And you should be in control of the old joke is if the product is free then you're the problem Yes That's true So that's it How'd you like working with founders fund They have a really interesting history I really like founders fund founders fund was the only money I wanted in the company And it's because of Peter too So micro payments if you know anything about the history of the Internet everyone's had the idea Nobody's made it work So we're talking about 25 years of constant failure So when I was pitching Peter well so first of all forget Peter When I did the when I did the company I said well I could fund the company myself but that would be stupid because then I'm just an idiot who has no validation So I thought who would be the most validating capital in the world And I thought I need somebody who's made contrarian calls Who's been right who's been in your face who's not afraid to be a little controversial and only two names came to mind It was Elon Musk and Peter Thiel And Elon I can't get in touch with him but I can get in touch with Peter And I went I pitched Peter And they both were part of the original PayPal map Yeah Memory serves Yeah But Peter has made contrarian calls and been right This is the thing When Peter invested in a visibly it's said to the rest of the world you better pay some attention here because somebody who's been right more often than you are is putting his money in this So let's talk a little bit about what you learned building a $1 billion business square when public It's become wildly successful What are the lessons from that I think it's the lesson of serve the unserved I mean what square has been focused on from day one are people who weren't invited to the party And we began with payments That's where we were We're now doing that with cash app which is a runaway success but cash app is essentially a bank in your pocket It's a way of trading stock It's a way of buying crypto It's a way.
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"For her taser The charges carry a maximum sentence of 15 years Potter was emotionless as the verdict was read The FDA is giving emergency use authorization to a second COVID-19 antiviral pill murk small nuper is now clear for use by adults 18 and up who've tested positive for COVID and who are at high risk for hospitalization or death Pfizer's vid was okay the day before for high risk children 12 and up and for adults the FDA says the Merck pill will be limited to situations where the other FDA authorized treatments for COVID-19 are inaccessible or inappropriate They recommend an isolation time for healthcare workers who test positive for COVID-19 is shortening Brian shook explains The CDC shortened the period from ten days to 7 The new guidance allows for asymptomatic healthcare workers to return to work after 7 days and a negative test The move is in part due to healthcare worker shortages as the Akron variant cases ramp up nationwide The CDC added individual employers can shorten the time period if they are experiencing staff shortages I'm Bryan shook And the NBA and its Players Association could be closing in on a deal regarding less quarantine restrictions for COVID positive players According to ESPN the league's ten day quarantine could be reduced to 6 for players based on testing protocols Commissioner Adam silver made it clear that the league will not be going into a pause as they try to navigate the season through the pandemic I Mark Mayfield The White House is on the defensive about the availability of COVID tests and not anticipating more COVID variants Nobody saw knew that there would be the number of different variants Nobody knew exactly how transmissible they would be As the delta and Akron variants continue raging press secretary Jen Psaki insisted that the Biden administration has been preparing for a range of contingencies all along the government is buying half a billion at home test kits for distribution to Americans who seek them however they won't start becoming available until sometime next month Former president Trump is asking the Supreme Court to block the release of his White House records that are related to the January 6th attack on the capitol Lisa Taylor has more House committee investigating the attack has subpoenaed the records Trump's lawyers filed a brief and argued that a former president has the right to assert executive privilege even after he leaves office several hundred pages of Trump's White House documents are involved in the legal dispute I'm Lisa Taylor Airlines nationwide are canceling flights on Christmas Eve as a spreads rapidly across the country United says it canceled 112 flights for Friday saying it will attempt to rebook as many people as possible And severe weather for cutting 90s scheduled flights Alaska airlines also canceled 17 flights with some employees possibly exposed to COVID while the holiday season is busy every year Trade group airlines for America says that Christmas Eve is one of the slower days of the holiday stretch according to triple-A holiday air travel will triple this year though compared to 2020 A group of corporate and retail Apple workers are staging a walk out on Christmas Eve The group called Apple together is walking out to demand better working conditions They're asking on Twitter for customers not to shop at Apple or to cross the picket line The company is seeing an increase in employee activism this year as alleged sexual harassment and other workplace issues have been reported And the world's first SMS is going to a new home as a non fungible token The message sold at auction for just under $150,000 in Paris the text message read Merry Christmas It was said on December 3rd 1992 On.
Justice Department Says IRS Must Give Trump's Tax Returns to Congress
"Former President Trump's tax returns to Congress Lisa Taylor with more. That's according to an opinion from the Department of Justice, It said a House committee has a valid legislative purpose in going after Trump's tax returns. The former commander in chief has long refused to hand over his tax documents. I'm Lisa
CDC Eases Summer Camp Covid Guidance
"Guidance tonight from the CDC on summer camps. They say fully vaccinated teams do not need to wear face masks or stay six ft. Away from others at the camps. Here's Lisa Taylor, however, the CDC says fully vaccinated teen should still wear masks were required, including at local businesses and workplaces. The health agency also says unvaccinated teens generally do not need to wear masks went outdoors. Previous guidance recommended all kids wear masks, with the exception of eating, drinking or swimming.
California Will Require Uber, Lyft Drivers to Transition to Electric Cars
"In 2023 ride healing services in California will have to start phasing in electric vehicles to California air resource is board voted to approve the mandate scene is an integral element. Combating climate change by 2030 90% or more vehicles used to shuttle passengers via uber or lift will have to be all electric. Those companies are mostly on board with the switch, however, critics point out the high cost of transitioning to electric will will be be an an economic economic burden burden for for low low to to moderate moderate income income groups. groups. I'm I'm Lisa Lisa Taylor. Taylor.
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"Did you think I was also gonna be a chill normal? Dude, I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. As we've been reporting fall out from the cyber attack on the colonial pipeline continues, gasoline suppliers are rushing to secure alternative methods of delivery to avert fuel shortages from Atlanta to New York. We're hearing traders and fuel shippers are seeking barges and ships to deliver gasoline that would have otherwise been shipped on the colonial pipeline system. Others are securing tankers to temporarily stored gasoline in the U. S. Gulf in the event of a long shutdown. Elizabeth Newman is a cyber security analyst. If it were to stay closed for a longer period of time, it could lead to increase prices in our gasoline, Newman says. Owners of critical infrastructure need to invest in cyber security. As these kinds of attacks aren't going away. Has the founder, Elon Musk, hosted Saturday night Live. He said he was making history. Actually making history as the first person with Asperger's. The host has no most statement about being the first person with Asperger's may not have been entirely accurate, however. Dan Akroyd and original SNL cast member who also hosted the show in 2003 has been open about his Asperger's diagnosis from many years. Meanwhile, nothing was funny about the drop in Dodge Coin as musk was hosting SNL. The price of the crypto currency plunged overnight mosques backing of Dodge Coin has been a rallying point for the Doetsch community who had been eagerly anticipating his appearance. But Dutch coin holders who had hoped his mention of the digital currency on national TV would boost its price toward a dollar were left disappointed. Dodge Coin prices slumped when in one segment musk called Dodge Coin. Ah Hustle. George Coin recovered some of its losses early this morning Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg. Wall.
Indonesia Declares Lost Submarine Sunk With 53 Crew Members Aboard
"Missing submarine has sunk Lisa Taylor reports. In a news conference today, Indonesia's naval chief said they found debris they believe came from the submarine authorities will now try to recover the submarine and its crew. So far, there's been no sign of the 53 crew members. Naval chief said warships in the ballet see involved in the rescue effort will now be used to help find the sunken vessel. The 44 year old sub had been missing since Wednesday. I'm Cameron Fairchild,
Prince Philip's Death Marked With Gun Salutes Across the U.K.
"Tributes and gun salutes. Lisa Taylor has more members of the public pay their respects by laying flowers outside Buckingham Palace and other royal residences. British armed forces fired a death gun salute at noon today in honor of the 99 year old prince, who died Friday. Members of the royal family have been paying their respects to Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle. Flags are flying at half staff across Britain. As condolences continue to pour in from world leaders, including President Biden. The Food and Drug Administration is highly
Sharon Osbourne leaving 'The Talk' amid allegations of racism
"Talk after coming to the defense of her friend. Piers Morgan Show has been on hiatus since the March 10th broadcast were. Osborne said she agreed with Morgan after he criticized Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for the Tell all interview with Oprah Winfrey, Osborne said on the talk. She did not think Morgan was racist for his comments. CBS launched him Destination after the episode and former co hosts also came forward accusing Osborne of racism. I'm Lisa Taylor.
Tiger Woods never used brakes during his brutal car crash in Los Angeles county
"Slammed into a store. Tiger Woods apparently never hit the brakes during his recent SUV crash in L, a county. According to a TMZ report yesterday. Investigators think Woods never even took his foot off the gas pedal when something caused his 2021 Hyundai Genesis SUV to veer off the road near Rancho Palace for Days and Rolling Hills Estates near San Pedro. Last month. The crash left Woods with serious leg injuries that required surgery. He's now recovering from his injuries at a home in Florida. Los Angeles sheriff's investigators say nothing so far, including data from the vehicle's black box indicates Woods was impaired the day of the accident. Reporter Lisa Taylor says the 20 2100 I Genesis
Trevor Noah to host Grammy Awards Show from the Los Angeles Convention Center
"Biggest is here. The 63rd annual Grammy Awards will air on CBS. Streaming platforms tonight with the Daily Show's Trevor Noah is host from the Los Angeles Convention Center. Despite the social distancing Because of the pandemic, there will still be performances from big names, including Post Malone, Harry Styles, BTS and Billy. I'll ish show could be caught online on Paramount, plus and grammy dot com. I'm Lisa Taylor.
Sanders says 'room full of lawyers' is working to make case for $15 minimum wage
"Hoping President Biden is wrong about a certain aspect of the latest coronavirus relief bill. Lisa Taylor has more president Biden said last week. He doesn't believe the $15 an hour minimum wage proposal will survive certain Senate budget rules being used to pass the bill without Republican votes, he tells CNN state of the union. Many lawyers are working to convince the Senate parliamentarian that the wage hike will have a big impact on the budget. And should be allowed to stay in the measure. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the
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"Could use some improvements. I don't know about it Complete overhaul Hemmings Dyke in sight. We needed to be a writer needs a lot of work. Escalators are broken too much now. Under this plan, the rehab work would start in 2024 could take up to 10 years to complete. A message in a bottle sent almost 40 years ago, is now being received in Iowa. Ross Burns told Casey AU TV that he was out hunting when he found the bottle in sailor Ville Lake. Message was dated from 1983 and written by another Iowa man named Jim Otto. I'm Brian Shook. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says former President Trump's impeachment trial will begin next month. The New York Democrats said the presentation will begin the week of February. 8th that'll come after the House impeachment managers read the article in the Senate this coming Monday. Senators will then be sworn in on Tuesday. Impeachment managers and Trump's defense team will have time to prepare briefs before the trial. The CDC is reporting the largest single day increase of administered Corona virus vaccines to date, the agency says. At least 1.6 million shots were given out on Friday, bringing the total to more than 19 million doses. That's nearly half of what spend distributed around the U. S. This week's number of shots given is also 22% higher compared to last week, President Biden is touting new executive actions that address the economic impacts of the ongoing pandemic biting hosted a White House event and said the crisis is only deepening. This is an economic imperative. Growing economic consensus that we must act decisively and boldly to grow the economy for all Americans, he noted. Millions of families are still struggling through no fault of their own. The master tenant of the so called Ghost Ship Warehouse in California is pleading guilty to 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. Lisa Taylor reports. Derek Amina is expected to be sentenced to 12 years in prison for his role in the Oakland warehouse fire that killed 36 people in 2016. Meena was already free on bail after three years in jail with good behavior. It's unlikely he'll be spending any more time behind bars. I'm Lisa Taylor, a bipartisan group of senators want to recognize a Capitol police officer for his actions during the deadly protests. Earlier this month, the lawmakers introduced a bill to award officer Eugene Goodman the congressional gold medal. Goodman is seen on video leading demonstrators away from the Senate four where work was being done to certify the 2020 election results. I'm Brian Chuck from the box board studios in Los.
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"The U. S death toll from the Corona virus is expected to pass 300,000 today. The database at Johns Hopkins University Saturday put the total number of covert 19 related deaths in the U. S at over 297,000. The virus has killed over 1.6 million Worldwide. Covert vaccines are expected to start arriving at hospitals beginning Monday. Chief operating Officer at Operation Warp Speed Army General Gus Purna says yesterday the Fizer vaccines will be shipped out to 636 locations nationwide. Shipments will be escorted by U. S marshals and the vaccine will be chilled at negative 94 degrees during transport and assistant nursing Professor at U C L. A says she got the covert vaccine and experiencing side effects. Matt Matt Johnson with the tails Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot. I had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Took part in the Fizer vaccine trials and saw symptoms come and go over the course of a day, she says. The good news is that most people will not experience symptoms, and if they do, they'll go away. A woman is scoring points in a power five college football game for the first time. Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller kicked two extra points Saturday during the Commodore's 42 17 home field loss against Tennessee. It was only Fuller second football game. She's the goalkeeper for Vanderbilt SEC tournament champion soccer team, Fuller became the first woman to play in a power Five game on November 28. The only total solar eclipse of the year will take place Monday over South America. According to NASA. The solar eclipse will be visible across the midsection of Chile and Argentina. Some ships in the southern Pacific and Atlantic may also be able to see it. The celestial event will be live streamed on NASA TV for the rest of the world and will begin at 9:40 A.m. eastern. Lisa Taylor, NBC news radio Free I heart.