27 Burst results for "Martin Skrela"

Wu-Tang Clan Album Sale Pays off Martin Shkreli's Court Debt

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Wu-Tang Clan Album Sale Pays off Martin Shkreli's Court Debt

"The single copy of the unreleased album by Wu Tang clan that was owned by entrepreneur Martin Shkreli has been sold for an undisclosed sum I'm marquees are loaded with the latest who has the once upon a time in Shaolin album by Wu Tang clan there's only one copy and Martin Shkreli A. K. A. pharma bro bought it for two million dollars in twenty fifteen he was convicted in twenty seventeen of securities fraud federal prosecutors sold the album Tuesday to satisfy Shkreli seven point four million dollar forfeiture order while prosecutors will not say who is the new owner or how much that person paid they will say the sale covers the rest of what Shkreli owed the album came in a silver jeweled box and all thirty one tracks have never been played in public

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Pharmas Image Gets a Boost from COVID-19

Medicare for All

02:26 min | 2 months ago

Pharmas Image Gets a Boost from COVID-19

"Two percent of people now have positive opinion of drug companies. And that's up from last year when it was only thirty two percent so we really gone of course. Public opinion is variable depending on. What's going on the news. And go down although i think that's quite largely but we've gone from this you know martin shkreli farmer burrow era to this apparently real rehabilitation of the pharmaceutical industries reputation through the cobra nineteen vaccine and case global saviors from this pandemic. So today. we're going to take a look at whether they actually deserve this. Newly found positive alert. I totally forgot about murmurs currently until just this moment. Thank you for reminding me of all that trauma so we have an amazing guests today. solo is a clinical pharmacy specialist at the university of chicago medicine. She's also co founders of pharmacists for single payer. Look shannon to the show inky you. Thanks for having me here. I'm really excited service. I'm just curious. How do as far aside you end up getting involved with the medical sheriff so bene- pharmacist for a little over ten years. I spent most of my earlier years working in inpatient settings where you really don't run into as many issues related to insurance or benefit manager as as the world so meaning that i worked in a hostile insurance hospitals every now and then this would come up. We'd want to discharge patients or child. They need an antibiotic wouldn't be covered in the nfc in hostels additional day while we tried to sort out how we can safely home for most of the time it was in you know you have the medications at our hospital wasn't much of a focus for me and then a few years ago i switch. You were primarily in using areas so not much community pharmacy but were in connects with physician and other care worker colleagues and in a specialty pharmacy role later. Working with really high cost drugs so think it was there that i started to encounter. How much of a barrier our system is in terms of getting by patients issues. Amy through that experience. I suppose is pretty fired up about that meets vans. You were involved in position for national health program and got more involved with that organization in an amnesty.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

08:47 min | 8 months ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on Channel 33

"And be back on in my days of broadcasting. I also did that So i became very familiar with kobe and then see him in the hallways and obviously so for the broadcasting house with the seventy sixers were obviously joe had played and then kobe grew up with the you know interludes over in europe with in italy and so forth but then lower merion high school so i known kobe kobe. Basically his whole life. You know and so we developed a great reporter and friendship and trust. We weren't socially inclined involved. I mean we had a few dinners over the years and we had some trips together where we became more a socially involved after his career but during his career we'd have dinner from time to time but probably interviewed him. This is get s Between one hundred and two hundred times and so you know Marv albert used to say you know it's kind of funny about kobe usually We report on them. He reports to you. He was being funny. You know you have to do it. In mars accent delays and and so we had a great relationship and you know we were able to build that trust over the years and so we had a a terrific professional and personal relationship and when it comes to ask him the questions that were important to ask him about his performance or what had transpired that might affect as a performance. I did you tell the story of the book. Two thousand three kobe. Bryant calls you and says. I want to do an interview. What transpired from there. While he was quite upset with the way he was being treated specifically with shaquille o'neal and the way check had treated him and was behaving towards the organization and he wanted to get a lot of things off his chest. Brian go category through it all talking to goats and it aired on espn and the ramifications and repercussions reverberated. For a long time. I guess to a certain extent Probably glad to ultimately the break-up even though it was heading that way anyway it was amazing. Because you say in the book. And i did not know this that you had to actually add it. A kobe comment out of the interview where he said that The guy selling donuts at seven eleven has more pride and dedication to his job than shack does. I can't actually use that in the interview. I had to take that out. Because again i had a good relationship shack and while these were kobe's words and you know with all the other stuff about you know being lazy in not diligent his job in getting surgery on company time because it happened on company time being fat out of shape and whatever else he said you know. I don't have it all in front of me at this moment but you know the just of it was extremely volatile and highly obviously a controversial and and all kobe's words and he wanted office The reason that i took that out. Not only my relationship with With shag. But i thought that was a bridge too far for kobe for himself and for other players and i said know what you are not only burning these bridges you know. It's the old line near napalm them. You know this is nuclear. And so i don't know how you're going to ever exist with any of these folks again or any other players again Witnesses and i said even if you don't want to. I don't want to send their koby because i'm going to deal with shack going to be in the league for another eight years. Okay and i like sex. Why call check and told them what was coming and he was. He did not want to respond and from then on over the next two or three years he called me traitor gray and basically the the respond to me. These called you that just because you were the guy sitting across from kobe when he made those comments correct. Well shack was brilliant in recruiting people he could recruit his teammates could recruit the press You know even recruited phil jackson who was very difficult mean nasty to kobe. He even wrote in his book that he can feel the hatred Koby because he treated kobe so poorly and and and shack. Was you know big big guy. But he was much more sensitive shack. Recruited everybody would form these clicks and You know he was very powerful with with teammates and players around the league. Everybody follies like the you know. The pied piper. Everybody wanted you know to be around shack and they still do. I mean he's an engaging fun witty witty guy so i called him and obviously lead to lead to a whole lot of ramifications and he threatened to joke. Oh be the next day. If he ever said anything like that to jim gray again or anybody in coby jumped up right. There wanted to fight him. Obviously if that didn't go on it got broken up in separated by even installed a metal detector there. this is a case. Somebody took it too far in that relationship the next day. So that's kobe. Yasser al about your relationship with mike tyson in here who. I was amused to learn calls. You mr gray. How does your Relationship with mike develop when he was when he was a young fighter. Gone out to the catskills to see him and interview him long before he was the youngest heavyweight champion so i met him and talked to him. It was very shy man. He was I wouldn't say reluctant but he was. You know he didn't want to engage. That wasn't ready for of that. So you know it. Was you know a lot of yeses. The nose and not much not much not much. You know substance that you could put on the air because you can't sustain an interview like that But he was friendly. He was just shy so a couple of years. Later i was in a restaurant with my dad. Mateos on pico just off of. I'm on westwood boulevard. just off biko and he He came man and he was with his two original manager. Jimmy and bill cayton but don king just by chance or maybe not by chance happened to be in the restaurant and mike got up and walked out and there was a train set. Brian that used to go around the top of the restaurant in the bar area and mike started staring at the train right next to my table so i said hey mike our us and this was a restaurant where everybody went on sunday nights like the happening spot and we were lucky to get a table but was out in the bar area. We weren't in seated in the main main area but in there was no. Sammy davis junior and frank sinatra now davis and Lucille ball wilt chamberlain. Was there that night farah fawcett so i mean it was literally you know who's who of sports in hollywood and collided so there was mike anyways. Said a lotta woman. He reached out my hand and said jim gray and he said he interviewed me. I know who you are. And his recall was tremendous and he sat down. Met my dad and from the time you bet my dad until the time. My dad died seven years ago every single time. I saw mike before we started a production meeting on the street at a fight in a restaurant no matter where it was. How's your father jerry. How's your father. jerry. Wow i don't know that he ever saw him again. He might have seen him one more time at one of his fights briefly but he always would ask and so we just developed a that rapport basically from that meeting in mateos and then he let me come. You know do interviews and i was at espn and i'll bernstein. I used to literally stand on milk. Cartons outside of his fights are in the parking lot of the las vegas hilton when he was fighting. All those guys for the title. Bruce seldon bonecrusher smith and so forth tubs and allen. I would be outside there. But mike would always do interview laughter his press conference. So that's basically how. I got to know. Brian long answer. I'm sorry no not at all. Nine hundred seventy the tyson-evander holyfield fight. Which ends with mike tyson biting holyfield's ears twice and you go backstage and you do the interview and read the book. It's you said it was the only interview i've ever done that. I felt i got exactly right. Why was that well. You know. I've been tens of thousands of interviews and.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

05:48 min | 8 months ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on Channel 33

"Hagler from me and take it and use it for themselves or from ray leonard leo from whoever it was and And then dime king did that so there would be mad would be sitting down on that bench and he was a great coach and a great guy and a huge boxing. Fan just started talking to him. We were the only ones they're onto days. You know everybody else would come in on friday for the saturday fight so we just began hanging out and talking and eating meals and great friends and you wound up living at his apartment in the dakota in new york city. How did that happen. Aware playing golf. One day and i said to john that i had an opportunity to go to work for nbc. But i didn't know you know anything about living in new york. I've been from colorado when the philadelphia than game to california. And you know. I didn't know what it would be like to live in new york and he said how long we have to live there. I said well. Probably through the eighty eight olympics in seoul because i was working for nbc in this nineteen eighty seven. And but i'm not sure but they want me back back in the city. While i was like the guy who came for dinner and never left. He said why'd you to stay at my place. At the dakota you know there during football season and when i had games on the east coast philadelphia in boston in new york or a on the east coast are standing department the rest of the time. It's empty. I mean my kids come from time to time and my wife virginia comes but you can stay there so he said i could do that so he gave me his place in the dakota and ended up staying there for quite a few years and you know saw john when whenever he came in and i tried to reciprocate his son mike. Mike man's a great guy. Mike went to work for the los angeles raiders. And so. I gave mike my apartment in in marina del rey for him to live in. Because i kept my apartment. They i would come back to la pretty soon but it wasn't a very fair trade. Brian as crash pads go. I can think of worse than the dakota you know. Unbelievable is great and all the people that lived in there in all the people who come by the building and it was it was quite a great experience wonderful experience. I have john coach. Maddin to thank for that. He's madden's genius okay. Madden was real estate genius. While he was a coach Obviously knew everything there was about football and and how to win games and super bowl and then he won. However many twenty five emmys As a broadcaster greater madden game john madden is is literally a a true genius and a great guy. You and i are on the same page on this because there's been some revisionist history you know about broadcasters and all this stuff and i say have we really forgotten how great john madden was. Every year he was on television. Is it possible that people could could forget. The john man was the greatest of all time and will be as far as i'm concerned. The greatest of all time. He was so spectacular. He made it so much fun. He transferred so much of that wisdom a and he was relatable. He was that every guy not only the light beer commercials in the ace hardware commercials. But that's who he was. He traveled the country by train than by bus. He was claustrophobic. So we didn't wanna fly anymore which contribute to him Not continuing to coach as well but by doing that when you would get on the bus with him. He knew every restaurant every corridor in every small town at every place. An all these nooks and crannies of america he was he was literally americana and he could tell you everything about the topography and the geography in the landscape and the people and then the people would see him and they love him and he loved the people madden was never in a hurry. He had time. He had time for people stories and he wanted to hear him any could make you laugh and people made him laugh. He made fun. So he transferred all of that to the football broadcasts ryan and that every man you know nobody understands professional football the xs and the os. They can talk. All they want about all this jargon and everything all they understand is where the ball goes okay. That's all they know. Where does the ball end up and was the place successful or unsuccessful. All right we'll he took all of that. Jargon went boom and all this other stuff that he created and it made people understand and then of course he created. You know the greatest video game ever was mad which which the kids known. Today and players know today they don't necessarily know that madden won a super bowl though. No that madeleine twenty five emmys or thirty or whatever. The number was something outrageous from the game. Yeah you and i agree on that one hundred percent. You've explained to me before the tv career is based on relationships from tom brady to kobe bryant and and on and on and on and you write in the book i found that relationships and loyalty matter as much as ability. Yeah well what what's it. What's it like to be in a relate when you're when you talk about a relation. let's let's take a specific one. Let's take kobe bryant. What was your relationship with kobe. Bryant like why. Kobe bryant from when he was an infant. I knew kobe bryant when he was in his mother pam's arms when i say no him i'd seen him you know. I'd conversed with pam playing with a toddler in in her arms but there was a familiarity. i was a scout for the san diego clippers and for paul silas. And be back on in my days of broadcasting. I also did that So i became very familiar with kobe and then see him in the hallways and obviously so for.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

06:24 min | 8 months ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on Channel 33

"To know is what is local news going to do if the shopping mall is vacated because of covert i don't i don't know how it is where you're living. I don't know there's different rules in different states in the great state of new jersey early. So i can speak for the quaker bridge mall over here by where i live. It is packed. And it's like there are moments where we drive by and say a wouldn't it be nice to go walk around in. Jc penney for thirty minutes and before we can talk ourselves into it. We looking realize that there are more. The parking lot is absolutely packed. And we just you know speeding in the opposite direction. I think that probably there will still be stories at least every hear about the mall being busy. And they'll they'll just feel more like the newscasts from twenty eight days later or something then you know the actual the upbeat like everything's fine. I mean apparently. The i mean i. I don't mean to make light of the economic climate of the you know owner of you know the banana republic in the orange julius but The mall is packed and it makes me sort of scared. I want every press box listener to note how david in order to preserve his working class. Bona fida said he was gonna walk around. Jc penney rather than nordstrom or macy's that that's where david's walking around get some of those gold toe socks and those arrow shirts david literally wearing the gold toe socks right now although became milan outlet. And yeah i listen. I'll go to all the shops. I think the actual allure of jc penney was that no one would be there then. We realized somebody there so my move for the local news. Pivot is pivot to the airport is not busy. Because that's our other story. This time of year like born is packed. Whoo there's delays. It's crazy out there. How about a guy wearing a mask standing in front of terminals ahah. Nobody's here flights wide. Open coming up on today's show that martin skelly story. Everybody's talking about david erin. I share our thoughts on the holidays. Plus sportscaster jim gray all that more on the press box a part of the wringer podcast network. Hello media consumers. Bryan curtis and david shoemaker. Here david remember when you were a kid and your parents would let you open one present before christmas day. Yeah yeah usually they would pick which one it was. Not as i do. Remember that one of my favorite one of the most exciting moments of the year media twitter. Open that present last night. It is stephanie. Clifford l magazine story. The journalist and the form of bro which has lit up twitter and shows no signs of stopping at this moment. So i figure we should. We have to talk about. We really do. Yeah no for sure and maybe we begin just by telling the a little bit. Go ahead if he will have not read it. Okay here's where we start. Christie smyth was a reporter with bloomberg news. She was covering the trial of martin skelly. Now if you don't remember the name skelly is the guy. Clifford writes quote who increase the price of a lifesaving drug by five thousand percent overnight and made headlines or buying a one off wu tang clan album for a reported two million that guy. He's one of those people that was made for the modern media age You interpret that a lot of ways. But i made it very very narrowly in that he appeared and kind of evolved five steps in the blink of an is so that if you weren't on twitter the moment that his name was first mentioned. You already felt like you were behind in the story. Us thought that he must have been a figure are that you just had missed for for a year or something. Because he was so ingrained. Almost a moment you heard his name. There was at gallery of people that felt like they were created for old gawker. Yeah he was one of them not only because of what he did but because he was then. Trolling people on twitter including reporters And sort of had this whole online persona that was either separate or highly related to his actual persona. We'll get to that and second but smyth with bloomberg news is covering scalise legal travails. Then he starts asking her for advice and then he starts doing a thing that powerful people often do. Which is he hints that he might sit down for an interview with her Or in this case even cooperate with a book project Now motives of people doing that differ but one thing it tends to do is put reporters on ice because they're not going to criticize you or write bad things about you. Sometimes if they think there's a possibility them getting an interview down the line. Yeah and as smythe admits in the article maybe i was being charmed by a master manipulator. Now from that point skelly mice relationship becomes deeper. Smyth goes to house to listen to his wu. Tang album as one does as one does. She defends his trolling on twitter. And after he is set to jail clifford rights might texted an emailed scalise friends asking if he had his medications in arranging for someone to retrieve his cat which is not something. Journalists typically do for their subjects it goes on from there. Smythe quits her job. At bloomberg she separates from her husband. She becomes scully's girlfriend while he's in prison. That belief in himself she says although it may seem delusional at times at draws you in i don't know if everything he was saying was true but maybe like one percent is and that's awesome on its own. Swing probably pressed the pause button right here. This is sort of act one of the story. Yeah journalist is covering this guy. Journalists starts a relationship with this guy and this guy happens to be very notorious guy A guy who is currently in prison for fraud. Yeah.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Everywhere on the I Heart radio AB Listen, Didn't Theo Governor Newsome Mark Galley give their updates on conditions in the state. They're not good. They didn't have a lot of good news other than to talk about the thousands tens of thousands of doses of vaccine that will be coming into California this week. On top of the 80,000 or so that were they came in last week, so it's absolute good news when it comes to the vaccine. Gavin Newsom, meantime, is quarantining for 10 days. One of the staff members did test positive and he said he was this carefully. She could be and kept distances and everybody was wearing masks. It's just a proof that this thing is getting pretty. It's Hard to avoid if you're gonna be out in about Congress expected to vote today on that $900 billion stimulus bill, which will include $600 checks for most Americans and another $300 of unemployment per week. I have a quick Martin Shkreli follow up. Talked to you earlier about the journalist who eventually fell in love with Martin Shkreli, the farmer, bro. Tyler Glass. Now you remember him as the pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays. Jeff Passan from ESPN. Passenger Basan. How do you say it? I don't, uh, Jeff from ESPN. Says. I've been saving this anecdote for a story but screw it. It's too good to squirrel away. Someone suggested Rays pitcher Tyler Glass now try to get angry before making his starts to do this. He would look at a picture of one person. He pulled out his phone and he showed me It was Martin Shkreli. That's great. What a fun little nuggets so funny. That's so good, Quick! Covert note. Also Congress woman, Ellen Omar, Democrat of Minnesota, You know she's one of the squad..

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"Pharma Bro" Shkreli charged with price-fixing

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

"Pharma Bro" Shkreli charged with price-fixing

"The Federal Trade Commission is suing former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli for defrauding investors he's the man who became famous as the farm a bro for his brash attitude after raising the prices of daraprim by five thousand percent the F. T. C. alleges that squealing and his co owner had a scheme to block generics from entering the market after they hiked the price they're prim treats a rare and possibly fatal parasitic

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"Pharma Bro" Shkreli charged with price-fixing

Joe Pags

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

"Pharma Bro" Shkreli charged with price-fixing

"New York Attorney General in the Federal Trade Commission suing a drug company and two with former CEO is claiming they're maintaining an illegal monopoly on a lifesaving drawn Attorney General Leticia James says Vieira pharmaceuticals and former C. E. O. Martin Shkreli enrich themselves by despicable jacking up the price of daraprim by more than four thousand percent and held the drug hostage from patients and competitors Vieira bought the rights to daraprim in twenty fifteen and immediately raise the price to seven hundred fifty dollars per pale Shkreli infamously known as farmer bro defended the hike saying the former price of thirteen fifty wasn't profitable the lawsuit seeks damages and lifetime bans for Shkreli and his business partner from the pharmaceutical industry Shkreli is serving a seven year prison sentence for financial crimes committed before he launched Vieira Steve Rappaport

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Yes. How's he going to do it? With his hand. Pena sprain, getting massage you're gonna pay somebody else to beat it for forty dollars. Okay. We have a good visual for us ready for this Martin Shkreli who unfortunately was a guest on this show at one point. Yeah. Some of us didn't want more squarely to be against what he was good interviewee. We told him he was a scumbag to his numbers. Yeah. So March girl who is in jail, and we were supposed to be in a band with Martin Shkreli skelly said he has someone said Skrela has made prison friends, including crispy and de-block for reputational reasons. They persuaded him to turn down a gig playing guitar in a prison ban. Because the other members were locked up for child molestation. All right. First of all. I'm calling bullshit on this entire story. Why because the names de-blocking Kris, okay, de-blocking crispy are the exact names of people in jail that Martin squarely would make up say like, hey, I know these guys in jail. Yeah. Michael Scott's prison. Mike's t Blake compete walk is the fakest jail name ever never t- blocking crispy. But what's good is? He did not join the band with people charge child-molestation because then we by association would be in a band. Yeah. People would like a side project would just be like part of my take. But with child molesters, do you think this is like fallout from our Kellyanne Michael Jackson, like, hey, man. Don't do that the metoo movement is finally hit jail. Like, no the music the music against like the music movement music culture being no more child molester. I hope so I hope that prison starts to adopt the same policies that we have on the it'd be nice, okay? Man. Don't like somebody wants to join our Kelly and Jalen now, man, it's automatic. How about our Kelly lake? Woo. First of all, he's the worst person ever. But that interview he did where he sang just said out loud. Like, it's not like, I, you know, kidnapped someone and put them in my basement. And then didn't let them go to the bathroom, and then videotape them, and then didn't let them go out ever and made them listen to all my music. It's not like I did that that was very very specific. He was giving up a lot of different details. Yeah. Like, he was like I had a house in Florida. They also did this that we were just talking about. If you think that people can still watch Space Jam what are you talking about our Kelly that guy sucks? So today is about today is a somber day on part of my take a wait PF T CK question, promo code take ten dollars off if you could put in take seek PFC today somber day today is a very somber. Dan, part of my take because is Hank's very less day as producer whereas moving on. On to bigger and better things producing stool scenes full-time fulltime, and we just want to say, Hank. Thank you very much for all that you've done for the show. We love you. We love you. We're gonna. She I got you card. Do you want? A few things we got you. Some balloons. We know that you love balloons. Yep. There you go now hold onto those for the rest of the show. Police not for the camera. Hank hank? Hard take the card Hank read the card, and then do some helium you do FAQ's with helium head can you hold the balloons in your other hand?.

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Shkreli awards for the worst actors in health care

Second Opinion

03:33 min | 2 years ago

Shkreli awards for the worst actors in health care

"Medical care is in a crisis. This is Dr Michael Wilks where they second opinion as a nation. We spend eighteen percent of our gross national product on health care, frankly, we are not getting good value. There are loads of problems getting doctors to modernize their practices creating a larger role for mid level providers, like nurse practitioners, and physicians assistance. And of course, greed the enormous drive for profit in America has become the major influence in healthcare delivery. And this greed is not confined to any one sector the list of greedy organizations in medicine is long and diverse. But at the very top of that list are the pharmaceutical companies drugs that have been around for decades like insulin discovered. Nearly a hundred years ago have reached record high prices. Drug companies take a drug like insulin. Make a small change that allows them to keep the drug on patent. This abhorrent practice is called ever-greening in this case. What's ironic is at the very researchers at the university of Toronto who discovered the drug insulin gave the patent to drug companies for free. So that the drug could be available to the public ninety eight years after it was discovered drug companies still refused to manufacture a generic affordable. Brand I have patients that are taking half or a quarter of their required dose because they can no longer afford to take the full dose. The makers of insulin are not alone. Perdue pharma influence doctors through unethical marketing, free, lunches payments or gifts, and so called education campaigns to write unnecessary. Opioid prescriptions, which we all know has resulted in tens of thousands of opioid deaths. So it is no surprise that. Nostrum laboratories was at the top in the list of shit Crowley awards. Nostrum increase the price of an old antibiotic used to treat a urinary tract infection by a mere four hundred percent why because they could thus SHA Crawley awards given annually by the loan institute are for the worst actors in health care this year. Three of the top ten were pharmaceutical companies the award is named after the convicted felon and CEO of turing pharmaceuticals Martin Shkreli who jacked up the price of an old lifesaving antibiotic to unaffordable prices. Other winners included the convicted felon, Dr Fata who is a Michigan cancer, doctor who treated more. More than five hundred and fifty people for cancer who it turns out didn't really have cancer. Other winners were San Francisco General hospital for gross overbilling nursing homes that provided unnecessary care and then build for it and Hennepin county medical center for conducting drug trials on patients without their permission. We can all be outraged. But unless we put a cap on this greed, this behavior will just continue. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on After The Fact

After The Fact

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on After The Fact

"System as specialty firm or some other means making more difficult for competitors to obtain sufficient amount of the drug to do the bio Quincy tests that. The FDA requires to enter the market. And finally, then the company would Price Scout Meg semis profits by giant king up the prices since high as possible. Now, I want to stress that each the drugs that we investigated had been off Pat and for decades, and here's another really important fact, none of the four acquiring companies head invested a single penny in the research and development of these drugs. Furthermore, the committee found that they were doing nothing to significantly improve the drugs that would justify the sorghum price increase. There were no increases in production or district bution costs that would justify the cost increases. Here are just a few example of the business model inaction turn which would add one. Point was run by Martin Shkreli, raise the price of Deir prim the gold standard for tuck. So plus Moses.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"For this class of vaccine and lo and behold when medicare a major payer in the united states decides to start covering drug drug companies listen to that they're like oh a giant new purchaser and you see more starts of trials so you see the market really clearly responding to a signal that we can get more money for doing a specific thing so i think there's you know a compelling argument that it's not that a blockbuster drug is made an company says oh we're gonna reinvest this profits we made in more research it's more like if you are an investor looking at all sorts of things you can best in and this is you know an argument craig garth wada economists at northwestern has made to me before that i found very clarifying its more of like you're an investor sitting down thinking like what's going to make me a lot of money where should i put my money and if armas going to reward you really well more than like investing in an iphone app investing in like tesla tessler like some you know blue origin or whatever other things you can be investing in then you'll probably choose pharma and that'll be more money flowing into research i think the place where this all breaks down is that our healthcare system the american system in particular he doesn't do a good job of just rewarding innovative drugs it rewards a lot of drugs that are expensive and the same as the last drug or just barely different from the last strug so we are paying for innovation but we're also paying for a lot of drugs that aren't that innovative like a prime example of this is someone like martin shkreli buying up a patent on a drug that used to cost a few bucks and just jacking up the price hugely because he can do that so that is rewarded there's nothing innovative about martin shkreli did with his drug he just raised the price a lot of and that's something that our system allows i think one of the really tough questions to deal with and i don't i don't have a for manser on this is how we want to value this tradeoff of innovation.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"I was camping right next to that stage and i fell asleep like full volume bedia m set madge fall asleep during that but anyway so i'm back back how are you i still gotta meet scroll ix honestly oh played him an issue i know well i met him once at said uc because he thought somebody else that's so also that just sounds like fucking la mad libs like oh yeah i met scroll ix outside anyway i think you were i don't know like some photographer guy oh yeah wait did he thought it is martin shkreli and i love the work you've been doing that's hilarious yeah anyway what we what else is going on you know oh let's i wanted to show you that taylor swift oh yeah let's let's do that in a minute that'll be that'll be let's let's do that and it was just like hard oh we'll get into the meat of that yeah what else is going on just got back from we've dude yeah we need stop talking about festivals on no okay i didn't i'm think right now you stop talking about festivals we're probably going to go to more we shouldn't post about it yeah i i know i try to it's something that there should be shame a little bit but i mean we're they're sort of no i mean it's not necessarily shame just sort of like you know where nece yeah festival awareness yeah festival awareness.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Dot com enough of the breakfast now we have martin shkreli in the building knowing how bobby's myrtle you you really bailout would would have loved to i was in in conversations with attorney a day before he got arrested now you can't do it you know i got i got plenty of my own distance to deal with and as far as i know his trial is coming up soon enough fortunately for bobby i mean he's again this is talk about injustice in the criminal justice in this poor guy i was build out spent three hours in jail maybe for me my own cell tagami like it was like everybody white glove treatment basically you know privilege whatever it is but whatever it is but i heard the guys in the cell next door talking gs nine they're like you know talking about stabbings and shootings i'm sitting there like home it'll be in that cell but but like now we're going to keep this guy separate and i was on three hours this cat's been in jail a year jail is supposed to be a temporary spot that you go in and out of while your lawyer gets your ass outta there you put up some money something you don't have to put a much money the one of the one of the amendments the constitution eighth amendment says the government will not impose unreasonable bill and what they're doing bobby is ridiculously unconstitutional as disgusting and as i've seen it nama opportunist look i can take this guy out of jail i got the money i've got the lawyer and every lawyer in the country i got him out of jail tomorrow i'll put up the to wear a bracelet form or something you know why don't you sue lay now.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"I want him to perish knows what i'm just circle around for a while think about what he's done come back when he's ready to get together this good because it could be literally anyone who said in a mars martin shkreli i think i think that's a he's okay not be here anymore now i don't need leaving the like the woo tang album and all that ask him to leave it well he had this he actually hit to put it up for sale poor thing is cocoa on that same in that same vein there was that affluential kid who just got out of jail he was like he was found guilty like killed some katie google it he went to joe he did something bad i wanna say drunk drive drunk drunk drive he drives he gone and so then the judge found that he was suffering from affluential like he was too rich to understand the consequences of his actions and so we supp he served a shorter prison term you've never heard of it it's one of those like martin shkreli that guy they could go those are the like the public enemy mother theresa like the ones that ones that in your head of like oh we could do without that yeah okay we're ready for the next one i'm ready a week kelly good luck yes what am i mile the day that you launch a rocket ship to mars i'll be drunk so because i think what am i oh do you not drink on oh sorry you don't drink on cinco de mayo.

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"Pharma Bro" Shkreli arrives at federal prison

Colorado's Morning News

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

"Pharma Bro" Shkreli arrives at federal prison

"Colorado for special vote for our lives rally tonight in littleton the socalled farm bro he's on the move former pharmaceutical executive martin shkreli was moved from the metropolitan detention center in brooklyn to fbi fort dix a low security federal prison in new jersey skelly was sentenced last month to seven years for securities fraud and ordered to forfeit more than seven million dollars set skelly became famous for hiking the price of a lifesaving drug in prison skelly will receive a more modest work assignment aaron katersky reporting and finally a.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on KQED Radio

"An election or as long as you stay in power this win at any cost that is an ethos that is incredibly destructive of our institutions and our common good and it displaces everything else and i think that donald trump again he he represents it he is not the cause he's the he's the final combination but it is an has been terribly terribly bad for this country and you devote an entire chapter to somebody that you think is the basis of the common good and that person is martin shkreli it is not i know who they thought i was gonna say well we should remind people to that that is the the young man who founded that pharmaceutical company that ended up raising the price of a lifesaving drug drug that helped to treat birth defects and and various other because it had an essential drug right from thirteen fifty a pill to seven hundred fifty dollars a pill so describe why this person you felt deserve an entire chapter in the common good to to sort of exemplify guess what you're explaining terms with the deterioration well i wanted to start with an uplifting jeff no i wanted to start actually with somebody who exemplified the attitude of whatever it takes whatever the cost because martin shkreli did subsequently acting illegal ways and he went to trial but raising the price of that lifesaving drug by five thousand times five thousand percents that was not illegal what characterizes the age we are in or have been in culminating in.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on 790 KABC

"With jim roope about the mark zuckerberg testimony before congress and i believe he is really walking a tight rope right now because he came up with this product that changed the world he made a lot of money after coming up with this product that really improved our lives in so many ways he made the world a better place with facebook and his invention and his company that being said he's become a villain in popular culture people don't like they don't like him for a lot of reasons that are like for different reasons democrats don't like him because they say that facebook swung the election for donald trump and republicans don't like him because he censoring people like diamond and silk and he is making it so that it's much harder for conservatives to get their point of view out there on facebook and really facebook batters more in many cases than major newspapers or the nightly news and because he's become such a villain if you're a prosecutor or you're a politician or yourself one with power you know that you could really light up your base and light up your constituents and light up your audience or whatever it is that you're whoever it is that you're preaching to if you punish the villain and the person that i'm thinking of when i'm thinking of the territory that that zuckerberg is in right now the most reminds me of him is martin shkreli remember him of course the pharma bro yet and he had this this this pharmaceutical company where he had a drug that was used for people with hiv aids and he jacked up the price because he promised to shareholders that he would make them a lot of money and people said oh my god this guy such a crepe we have to find a way to punish him for doing this but what he did was totally legal he didn't break the law so they started looking with a fine tooth comb and they found that he did something involving stocks or securities or whatever it was that was illegal and now martin shkreli he's in prison and they get them one way or another and i totally agree with you i can't help and i think that you and i share a lot in common in this way in the sense that.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on Triangulation

"Though bad too many bad things get them for whenever you get went to jail for tax evasion he still went to jail right exactly so yeah martin shkreli and alcohol owner kind of laryea isn't there in my in my now third knows is under some serious investigations well and that's another perfect example of pharmaceutical or biotech shunning agains on wild but so yeah i mean this character of a pharmaceutical pirate who is you know making cheap drugs available cheap patented drugs available illegally is becoming kind of i mean several people have told me like she is totally their hero because you deal expensive healthcare the it's a life or death situation you know this is where patents are no longer just a kind of you know regulation its patents are affecting people's lives you know the fact that that companies can own patents and can manipulate prices on drugs you know it's watching someone die because you can't afford a drug is can't one of the most horrific things in the world so and i think it's only gonna get worse and of course once you can sequence drugs accurately and simply men piracy and this is just an extension of of piracy of of content right so what would that be was there a central premise that you started with and then follow that thread or whether many the book release started with the character of paladin i was thinking specifically about i had just visited the seismology lab berkeley where they they have an experimental research center out in richmond where they recreate earthquakes and one of the tools they use has giant actuators that you can see already it's giant so i'm excited.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson a high school in new jersey is punishing students who participated in wednesday's national walkout against gun violence that's according to the courier post the local newspaper reports that about seventy five students at south plainfield high we'll get a one day in school suspension at a board meeting last night the superintendent noreen lucia comment commended students for their strong commitment to their cause but said participants will be suspended none the less she also said students who served their suspensions before spring break may have it removed from their record if their parents requested the federal aviation administration has suspended all open door helicopter rides like the one that resulted in a fatal crash five days ago in sunday's crash the five passengers were strapped in with a harness to keep them from falling out the open doors but they were unable to remove their harnesses once the helicopter went down and drowned the pilot survived the ride was one of many offered by tour providers to let amateur photographers take aerial shots of new york city the faa says it's conducting a top to bottom review of open door helicopter rules the national transportation safety board is continuing to investigate the crash it turns out governor andrew cuomo may not have been that generous toward the city's public housing authority after all last month the governor's council clinton cuomo was funding the thirty at quote unprecedented and historic levels but according to a report from city limits dot org the state has not sent the agency any of its own money instead three hundred million dollars it has given the housing authority came from the federal government for sandy relief the governor has been criticizing the city's handling of its public housing system his office has not yet responded to a request for comment on the latest report to unreleased collectible rap albums owned by former pharmaceuticals executive martin shkreli might go up for auction soon schrager who owns one of a kind wu tang clan album and claims to own an unreleased lil wayne album was sentenced to seven years in prison for securities fraud last week he's also required to forfeit more than seven point three million dollars in a brokerage account and personal assets which means both records could be auctioned off by the government to cover the order prosecutors say shkreli is also required to confirm if he's still in possession of the outcomes.

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Here’s what could happen to Martin Shkreli’s Wu-Tang Clan album

All Things Considered

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Here’s what could happen to Martin Shkreli’s Wu-Tang Clan album

"This is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson a high school in new jersey is punishing students who participated in wednesday's national walkout against gun violence that's according to the courier post the local newspaper reports that about seventy five students at south plainfield high we'll get a one day in school suspension at a board meeting last night the superintendent noreen lucia comment commended students for their strong commitment to their cause but said participants will be suspended none the less she also said students who served their suspensions before spring break may have it removed from their record if their parents requested the federal aviation administration has suspended all open door helicopter rides like the one that resulted in a fatal crash five days ago in sunday's crash the five passengers were strapped in with a harness to keep them from falling out the open doors but they were unable to remove their harnesses once the helicopter went down and drowned the pilot survived the ride was one of many offered by tour providers to let amateur photographers take aerial shots of new york city the faa says it's conducting a top to bottom review of open door helicopter rules the national transportation safety board is continuing to investigate the crash it turns out governor andrew cuomo may not have been that generous toward the city's public housing authority after all last month the governor's council clinton cuomo was funding the thirty at quote unprecedented and historic levels but according to a report from city limits dot org the state has not sent the agency any of its own money instead three hundred million dollars it has given the housing authority came from the federal government for sandy relief the governor has been criticizing the city's handling of its public housing system his office has not yet responded to a request for comment on the latest report to unreleased collectible rap albums owned by former pharmaceuticals executive martin shkreli might go up for auction soon schrager who owns one of a kind wu tang clan album and claims to own an unreleased lil wayne album was sentenced to seven years in prison for securities fraud last week he's also required to forfeit more than seven point three million dollars in a brokerage account and personal assets which means both records could be auctioned off by the government to cover the order prosecutors say shkreli is also required to confirm if he's still in possession of the outcomes.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on AP News

"At cabelascom china's accusing us president donald trump of damaging the global trading system by hiking steel and aluminum tariff while japan and south korea expressed alarm at potential economic caught china's cameras ministry said it firmly opposes trump's move it gave no indication whether beijing might make good on threats to retaliate south korea's trade minister speaking at an emergency meeting appealed to other governments to prevent a trade war trump's of the tariff hikes ordered thursday were needed to protect us national security by ensuring the survival of the country's metals producers japan's foreign minister said in a statement these measures could make a significant impact on the economic and cooperative relationship between japan and the us who are allies this year's oscars ceremony included two words that could mean real change when it comes to casting and ap p entertainment editor of schools gabril reports one hollywood stars has is going to do his part to help are a lot of people this was the first time they heard inclusion rider but now that oscar winner frances mcdormand has uttered the cry expect others to echo it like michael be jordan the costar of black panther says he will have inclusion writers in all projects done by his production company jordan says doing so will follow the lead of women and men who are taking up the fight to make hollywood more inclusive for those unfamiliar with the term an inclusion writer is a contract addendum that requires a hollywood movie or tv project to hire a diverse cast and crew a moscow's gabriel former bro martin's throw he's been sentenced to seven years in prison for fraud ap's wore levinson reports the sentence brought tears to scrawl he's eyes martin shkreli wept at his sentencing and apologize to investors i am sorry i lost your trust he said shelly dubbed the pharma bropher his smirking dismissal of critics became notorious when he jacked up the cost of a lifesaving drug the crime for which he was convicted had nothing to do with that he defrauded investors into failed hedge funds prosecutors painted him as a manipulator who conned wealthy investors shelley's defence called him a misunderstood eccentric rallies already served six months of the sevenyear sentence the judge imprisoned him early after he jokingly offered followers five thousand.

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"Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli sentenced to 7 years in prison for fraud

24 Hour News

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli sentenced to 7 years in prison for fraud

"At cabelascom china's accusing us president donald trump of damaging the global trading system by hiking steel and aluminum tariff while japan and south korea expressed alarm at potential economic caught china's cameras ministry said it firmly opposes trump's move it gave no indication whether beijing might make good on threats to retaliate south korea's trade minister speaking at an emergency meeting appealed to other governments to prevent a trade war trump's of the tariff hikes ordered thursday were needed to protect us national security by ensuring the survival of the country's metals producers japan's foreign minister said in a statement these measures could make a significant impact on the economic and cooperative relationship between japan and the us who are allies this year's oscars ceremony included two words that could mean real change when it comes to casting and ap p entertainment editor of schools gabril reports one hollywood stars has is going to do his part to help are a lot of people this was the first time they heard inclusion rider but now that oscar winner frances mcdormand has uttered the cry expect others to echo it like michael be jordan the costar of black panther says he will have inclusion writers in all projects done by his production company jordan says doing so will follow the lead of women and men who are taking up the fight to make hollywood more inclusive for those unfamiliar with the term an inclusion writer is a contract addendum that requires a hollywood movie or tv project to hire a diverse cast and crew a moscow's gabriel former bro martin's throw he's been sentenced to seven years in prison for fraud ap's wore levinson reports the sentence brought tears to scrawl he's eyes martin shkreli wept at his sentencing and apologize to investors i am sorry i lost your trust he said shelly dubbed the pharma bropher his smirking dismissal of critics became notorious when he jacked up the cost of a lifesaving drug the crime for which he was convicted had nothing to do with that he defrauded investors into failed hedge funds prosecutors painted him as a manipulator who conned wealthy investors shelley's defence called him a misunderstood eccentric rallies already served six months of the sevenyear sentence the judge imprisoned him early after he jokingly offered followers five thousand.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on AP News

"A rifle to 21 extends the threeday waiting period for handgun purchases to include rifles and bans bump stocks scott tells the families of seventeen people killed in the parkland high school shooting state of florida will forever on incredible impact your loved ones have had in our state they will never be forgotten right after the bill was signed the nra filed suit challenging the new minimum age i've tim mcguire president trump is that with his plan to tags imported steel and aluminum of ap's rita foley answers the question what does it mean for you he could had three hundred dollars to the price of that new vehicle you planned by electronics may cost more and canned goods just picture a can of beer and the aluminum it takes to make it they will now be a ten percent tax on that aluminum says beer institute ceo jim mcgreevy who says the increased cost could threaten twenty thousand jobs in his industry the president of the national retail federation says that extra money you senior paycheck because of tax reform that will be wiped out by higher prices for products rita foley washington for that bro martin throw he's been sentenced to seven years in prison for fraud ap's more levinson reports the symptoms brought tears to scrawl his eyes martin shkreli wept at his sentencing and apologize to investors i am sorry i lost your trust he said shelly dubbed the pharma bropher his smirking dismissal of critics became notorious when he jacked up the cost of a lifesaving drug the crime for which he was convicted had nothing to do with that he defrauded investors into failed hedge funds prosecutors painted him as a manipulator who conned wealthy investors shelley's defence called him a misunderstood eccentric is already served six months of the sevenyear sentence the judge imprisoned him early after he jokingly offered followers five thousand dollars for a lack of hillary clinton's air warren levinson new york the united states is not the destination at once was may piece jackie quinn reports fewer people are coming from overseas to visit the commerce department reports international arrivals to the us drop last september to six point one million people that's a five percent decrease compared to the same month in 2016 continuing a downward trend some travel experts blame the downturn on the trump administration's antiforeigner rhetoric and policies there were more visitors though from canada with numbers that are four percent higher compared to the.

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"martin shkreli" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"martin shkreli" Discussed on KOMO

"In prison for former pharmaceutical executive martin shkreli convicted of securities fraud abc's aaron katersky was at federal court in brooklyn new york even his lawyer conceded there are times he wants to punch martin squarely in the face users of the drug darrow krim probably felt the same way when shkreli hiked the price but the judge here made clear that darrow prem pricing was not an issue squarely was sentenced for securities fraud to seven years in prison he wept when he addressed the court conceding he's embarrassed and ashamed for what he called his many mistakes aaron katersky abc news federal court brooklyn police dispatch recordings and 911 calls released yesterday in broward county florida me answer some questions about the response to the match shooting a claimed seventeen lives last month but abc's jim ryan says the audio raises some new questions on february fourteen th the call started cascading into dispatchers care work the can hear them in the background are now on my entire blowing up operators from one department were rotting information to several departments whose radios or on different frequencies sheriff's deputy scott peterson is heard at that point peterson would later be criticized by the sheriff we're not going in and confronting the shooter by the time help a ride the suspect had slipped into a crowd of panic students and was gone jim ryan abc news this is abc news koa news time nine 04 and aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's whose tamil fulton no blocking incidents right now things are moving well but a couple of items you know tomorrow the ramp metering on rents from mercer street on a north and southbound five will begin on weekends just metering and northbound five n is falling over bridge near olympia is going to be reduced to two lanes for breach cleaning starting tomorrow at six thirty our next traffic at nine fourteen in a check of the forecast steve pool wrapping up are we going to.

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Pharma bro' Martin Shkreli sentenced to 7 years in prison

News, Traffic and Weather

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Pharma bro' Martin Shkreli sentenced to 7 years in prison

"In prison for former pharmaceutical executive martin shkreli convicted of securities fraud abc's aaron katersky was at federal court in brooklyn new york even his lawyer conceded there are times he wants to punch martin squarely in the face users of the drug darrow krim probably felt the same way when shkreli hiked the price but the judge here made clear that darrow prem pricing was not an issue squarely was sentenced for securities fraud to seven years in prison he wept when he addressed the court conceding he's embarrassed and ashamed for what he called his many mistakes aaron katersky abc news federal court brooklyn police dispatch recordings and 911 calls released yesterday in broward county florida me answer some questions about the response to the match shooting a claimed seventeen lives last month but abc's jim ryan says the audio raises some new questions on february fourteen th the call started cascading into dispatchers care work the can hear them in the background are now on my entire blowing up operators from one department were rotting information to several departments whose radios or on different frequencies sheriff's deputy scott peterson is heard at that point peterson would later be criticized by the sheriff we're not going in and confronting the shooter by the time help a ride the suspect had slipped into a crowd of panic students and was gone jim ryan abc news this is abc news koa news time nine 04 and aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's whose tamil fulton no blocking incidents right now things are moving well but a couple of items you know tomorrow the ramp metering on rents from mercer street on a north and southbound five will begin on weekends just metering and northbound five n is falling over bridge near olympia is going to be reduced to two lanes for breach cleaning starting tomorrow at six thirty our next traffic at nine fourteen in a check of the forecast steve pool wrapping up are we going to.

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"Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli sentenced to 7 years in prison for fraud

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

"Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli sentenced to 7 years in prison for fraud

"When energy from renewable sources is taking off and creating new jobs adding the move would set back efforts to combat climate change you remember him martin rally the smirking far more pharma bro vilified for jacking up the price of a lifesaving drug he's sentenced to seven years in prison for defrauding investors in two failed hedge funds the self promoting pharmaceutical executive notorious for trolling critics saw online was convicted in the securities fraud case last year unconnected to the price.

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