35 Burst results for "Millions Of Dollars"

New Multi-Million Dollar Emergency Radio System in Montgomery County

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 19 hrs ago

New Multi-Million Dollar Emergency Radio System in Montgomery County

"Just two years ago, Montgomery County's public safety radio system, the one that lets first responders coordinate with each other while responding to emergencies was suffering from spotty coverage. Now that has changed. Montgomery County's got a new $42 million public safety, radio system and Peep hearing. Her public information officer for the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service calls the new system a big deal for public safety. In 2019. There were a series of communications outages with the new system, he says. We have already seen some enhanced coverage, radio coverage and some of these high rise buildings hearing her says There have also been improvements in areas of the county, where communications used to falter like near the Tri Delta, your reservoir on the Howard County line and along the Potomac River, where first responders are frequently sent to tackle water

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Grubauer Signs Six-Year, $35.5 Million Contract With Kraken

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:18 sec | 2 d ago

Grubauer Signs Six-Year, $35.5 Million Contract With Kraken

"Hit the free agent market and the expansion Seattle cracking quickly swooped in to sign him. Six years. 35 a half million dollar deal group, Our expected to share time with former Florida goalie Chris Triggered sports at 10 40 after the hour. Bill Schwarz Comeau News Over the years you've

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Pizza Hut Space Delivery

Ghost Town

02:16 min | 2 d ago

Pizza Hut Space Delivery

"What do you tip for pizza delivery to lower orbit. I don't know but i'll bet it's astronomical. The commercialization of space recently took a turn for the tasty windpipe giant. Pizza hut delivered a six inch. Salami pie to the international space station. We completed the first. The fastest and the farthest pizza delivery ever so far pizza hut leads in the commercialization of space race. Pizza is competitive and no one knows that more than pizza hut what can separate any product from its competitor is the marketing and in two thousand one. Pizza hut became the first restaurant chain to deliver to space. That's a pretty good flex if you're a pizza if you're in the highly competitive world of pizzaria ing to be able to say that you shot a pizza into space. Your mood papa. John's so it actually started with pizza hut advertising marketing things. Outside of the box the pizza was delivered via the zvezda service module and launch from biking or in kazakhstan on a proton k rocket and the second stage of the rocket displayed a pizza hut logo of course and was part of the company's dramatic throwing money at pizza hut to shake things up to be more competitive. Because also if you remember pizza hut from what i remember from the eighties can go to the restaurant. It was a experience it was like. Oh we're getting a pizza hut and as obviously delivery pizza was the delivery was pizza. Maybe other kinds of food chinese food might be delivered or or or you know sushi might be delivered but people were just getting more delivery and sometimes going out less or when he came to restaurants were like well. I don't really think of pizza. Hut is a restaurant. I think pizzas being delivered. Yeah as somebody who is a former pizza delivery driver and maker and worker You know how do we compete. And even within the other pizza chains out there. Because we're not the only game in town. Yeah let's throw a million dollars one million dollars twenty years ago. Wow into pizza delivery and space

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Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney Over ‘Black Widow’ Release

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney Over ‘Black Widow’ Release

"The Black Widow is gunning for Walt Disney to go back to work Scarlett Johannson is suing the Walt Disney company the stars potential earnings were tied to the box office performance of the film Black Widow in a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles the star who's also an executive producer center contract guaranteed exclusive theatrical release the company released it simultaneously in theaters and on its streaming service Disney plus for a thirty dollar rental the lawsuit says Disney intentionally induced marbles breach of the agreement without justification after a pandemic delay Black Widow debuted to a hundred and fifty eight million dollar earnings but grosses declined sharply after its first weekend hybrid streaming releases are becoming the norm although the national association of theatre owners has issued a statement criticizing the strategy saying it lends itself to lost profits and piracy I'm Jennifer king

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Gavin Newsom Can Raise Unlimited Money Against a CA Recall

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | 3 d ago

Gavin Newsom Can Raise Unlimited Money Against a CA Recall

"I don't understand something I'm sure most of my listeners. Do but i don't larry elder and that is why does gavin newsom unlimited expenditures allowed. And you don't well. It's a little complicated. But if you wanna get on the ballot and have it. Three affects a five hundred word statement about you. You have to agree to Only spin nine point seven million dollars. you cannot have that bio description and raise unlimited amounts of money if you want But then nobody knows who you are. Johncock for example is able to spend unlimited amounts of money. He's a very wealthy guy and he did not sign that thing that limit him to the nine point seven but he's run for office before And so people know who he is and he didn't feel the need to do that but everybody else If they're gonna know anything about you you need to have the bio on the on the on the voting pamphlet. So that's what the condition is and the conditions that you do that you're you're limited to a certain amount of money to spend i contemplated not signing it And my staff my expert campaign people said. No they're not gonna be able to raise more than that. I think i will and look like dennis. I am going to. But i was a now handicapped because a decision that i made earlier.

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Chinese Billionaire Sun Dawu Is Sentenced to 18 Years for 'Provoking Trouble'

CNN 5 Things

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Chinese Billionaire Sun Dawu Is Sentenced to 18 Years for 'Provoking Trouble'

"Chinese billionaire has been sentenced to eighteen years in prison and fined almost half a million dollars for quote picking quarrels and provoking troubles according to an official statement from the court. Sunda woo who's a vocal critic of china's ruling communist party was arrested back in march. He owns a farming operations company in the country. That employs around nine thousand people. He was known as one of the very few people in china to publicly accuse the government of attempting to cover up the extent of the african swine flu outbreak in twenty nineteen son. Sentencing comes amid a growing crackdown on private enterprises in china as beijing attempts to pull into line. The country's freewheeling

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Space Tourism Blasts Off

The Ten News

01:57 min | 3 d ago

Space Tourism Blasts Off

"The world has been buzzing about space lately as more and more rockets take off from our planet but the latest launches aren't from governments or organizations that you used to like nasa instead. Several billionaires and their companies have gotten into a bit of a space race on july first richard branson who owns space company. Virgin galactic became the first person to get to space in a rocket that he funded cool ends on july twenty first amazon founder. Jeff bezos flew a few miles higher than branson and a rocket called new shepherd nice. Each flight was about ten minutes long. Both virgin galactic and bezos company. Blue origin have stated that. They're looking to popularize space tourism. But right now they're charging big bucks for the privilege. Virgin is currently charging two hundred fifty thousand dollars a seat and while blue origin. Tickets aren't opened for the public to buy yet. One of bazo seat meets ponied up. Twenty eight million dollars for the first ride. These flights represents a new era for space travel. But they've also been controversial. Critics have questioned the amount of money being spent on this endeavor instead of donating to causes and solving problems here on earth especially in the midst of a pandemic but besides being joyrides for the rich and famous experts. Say that these space vehicles could one day have something to offer the science world. Scientists who want to conduct experiments in low. Gravity haven't been able to go aboard flights at all. The ships are unmanned bummer. That could change in the future scientists. Hope that they could study questions. Like how living things respond to the move from. Gravity to

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Newsom Expected to Spend at Least $50 Million Fighting Larry Elder

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:16 min | 4 d ago

Newsom Expected to Spend at Least $50 Million Fighting Larry Elder

"Tell us about this Absurd regulation that there are financial limitations on on what you can spend for campaigning. But the incumbent governor doesn't fall under those limitations. He does not. I have a nine million dollar expenditure limitation are. He can raise and spend an unlimited amount of money and experts. Tell me that at minimum. He's going to spend fifty million dollars against maybe even one hundred million dollars. Because i'm the one he's worried about. I'm the one who is from the hood. I'm the one who went to crenshaw high school. We're only two percent of kids can do matthew great level. I'm the one who's representing a hispanic. Parents had to go to the ballots to petition called proposition. Two seven some years ago. Sam because their kids were called bilingual education and the idea was that they needed these training wheels nor to transition to english fluency while they were transitioning so hispanic parents gathered the signatures put a petition to get rid of this people education and turn in favor of total immersion. The way kids came from italy and from poland from hungary war two. They didn't have bilingual education in new york public schools. So the experts said these are not going to be able to learn And surprise surprise after the proposition passed overwhelmingly several years later. Yes what the kids. We're transitioning to english fluency faster than they were before it and some of these so called experts were had enough integrity publicly. Say we were wrong. These are the people that democrats majority black and brown was one choice and they pull the lever for democrats that portray them year after year after year. And i go to the hood. I go to the barriers and i'm telling people these people are portraying you and the beauty of a secret ballot. You could put your check next to larryelder even though he has our next to his name. And you don't have to tell your independent french you tell you democrat france. They aren't you tired prime. Aren't you tired of the homelessness. Aren't you tired of the cost of living colors. They don't have ideologies. It's affecting every everywhere. I shouldn't say everybody rich people don't give a damn even though we have the highest state tax in the country. Thirteen point three percent and poor people are taken care of by government. it's middle-class people who are leaving for the very first time it's a war on the middle and the working class by the very people whose Who you put into power year after year. They are going to trade. You and i can make that case in ways at scare gavin is

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"millions dollars" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

03:38 min | 4 d ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on College Football Live

"Site from nine. Am to noon eastern four to five and then three to five eastern on abc. It's back together. Saturday also available on the espn app. Here's what nick. Sabin had to say about his young quarterback getting paid our quarterback and he's talking about bryce yawn already has approached ungodly numbers. It's almost seven figures and it's like the guy hasn't even played yet. But that's because of our brand david shaw knows. It certainly wasn't an accident that saving chose to include that little bit of information percival. Nick sabin is smarter than any ten of us in this room combined and so there's no way that that was just a throw in is to me. Nick wanted a plant. That and make sure people knew that. It's a great way to recruit people to come to which the guy hasn't started a college football game and he's already signed a whole bunch of deals to make money to me. I don't think that's what this whole thing is supposed to be about. I don't believe that that is true. Market value. I think that's alabama value. But that's not market value for an individual which was what this is supposed to be about more money more problems. Listen this locker room. A name image likeness when i say those words. How do you think it affects. What goes on inside a locker room absolutely more money more problems. You get a twenty year old in nineteen year old in eighteen year old and sometimes a seventeen year old getting six seven eight hundred thousand dollars. It's going to be a problem. Let me take y'all back to seventeen and eighteen year old days. When i was getting recruited by all the schools ended up choosing texas because it was close to home. There were no. there was no tax classes. I didn't know about taxes. I didn't learn about investments. None of that stuff and so imagine an eighteen year old with all this money. Do i think the players should get paid. Yes but you saw how. Nick sabin through this information out there. Not only because of the brand. But he said it recruiting some texas player. He said in. Texas talking to some coaches and quarterbacks and so we all know why nick nick sabin said what he said before. A high schooler about to be in college. It's a lot of money and that's a lot issues. One hundred percent. He knew exactly what he was doing. But here's the thing. Quarterbacks get the shine regardless so it doesn't matter you have to find a way to build that in the locker room regardless right but the best example i've seen is kenny. Pickett have you seen kenny. Pickett from pitt. You want you want endear yourself to your teammates and not 'cause that divide brogan is i deal with the restaurant in pittsburgh and guess what he did. His lama get to eat there every week for free. Gets you some of that. So you definitely have to be able to do to bridge the to as a quarterback you assume that leadership role and take care of your big boys and take care of your teammates but the shine has always been on the skill players and the shine will continue now. The money will come there. In the coach's responsibility with the players have to make sure that doesn't create a division to make sure everybody gets a little something something to be happy lost up. Listen it's a change but it's a change. It isn't going the way name. Image likeness is here to stay just like a lot of things. Nick sabin crazy like a fox. He knew what he was doing. We see you nick. Not about idea either. All right sam david. We'll do it again tomorrow again. Continued coverage as texas and oklahoma looked to join the southeastern conference. See you at three o'clock tomorrow. Do you own or rent your home show you do. Fortunately geico makes it easy to bundle your home. Encour- insurance it's a good thing too. Because having a home is hard.

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"millions dollars" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

01:59 min | 4 d ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on College Football Live

"But you got the big ten. Who's who's going to be a powerbroker in this. I think it's the home for these individual teams. They're going to have to go out and get it. Listen can they become a big brand and still bring in. Byu in boise in houston and smu and ucf then could still be the big twelve. But they don't have the they won't have the power they won't have the clout. I don't know if they have the automatic bid when all this is said and done so the big twelve as we know it is going to be no more. It's to me. It's a matter of where these pieces are going to end up going absolutely real quick response for all those chess players. You don't need a queen. All you need is a king and you could still be in the game iowa. State some of these other teams. Yes david smarter to leave. I totally understand that but also it's smart to wait as well. I'm not just. I'm not just going to let you win right. We're all competitors. No one's just going to sit here and let someone mopped the floor with you. You know what you want to play that game. Let's play and i have a contract so we're going to stick with that contract but but it's not as not letting win. It's no it's not about letting you win those about having a future about being proactive in going and getting your money going getting your future. That's what it was about. Well it is. It's about your future because it's about the dollars. And we know that in texas and oklahoma and nothing else if we can't agree on anything else they do have the dollars and it remains to be seen where they end up and imagine this guys. We can't get the three of us the two of you are we. You're not gonna get five people in a room to agree what's best in this scenario much less everybody else. We got a long way to go and it's going to be an interesting ride still to come on college. Football live obviously much more to this. You really can't talk about it at the texas. Oh you shake up. And what about the other sec schools. Will they get those eleven out of fourteen votes needed to extend a formal invitation. Plus nick sabin has said. A million dollar quarterback hasn't even started a game. He says he's got one. Wait till you hear one. Other college coaches responded interesting. And that's coming up..

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"millions dollars" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

03:38 min | 4 d ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on College Football Live

"Thinking about mack brown and dabo sweeney. Two of the premier coaches in college football. Both of them are not in favor of this team format. Some of them have talked to their players and the players are not in favor of this twelve team format. And so if i didn't have a seat at the table even though it may happen anyways i'm still upset and i'm frustrated by the slow. I need to pump the brakes. Slow down and really find out what really was going on over the last two years but with all due respect to out show and everybody from texas texas has struggled in the big twelve the btc you and company. So i know you're bringing in oklahoma and you're bringing in that brand that's done so well but it's not like we're going. Oh my god we got two guys that are teams that are going into college football playoff every year. You bring a powerhouse in oklahoma and you bring in power brand. Not another team that you're saying is going to be in the college football playoffs every year. So i just. I want to put that out there to out real quick real quick before it's pronounced out show for and we've gotta get that out. I support most. Don't hurt me the out. But i will say this. Oh you is the premiere brand name thinking one. Yes yes championships right. So that's been that's a given for texas when it comes to branding is the most valuable program in college football. And so you got the money and you got the winds. I'll take both of them. The agree well. All of that. And david. The other thing i will say. That's absolutely true. David pollack stop. That is that we will be talking about this every day. And there's a reason for that because the ramifications are far and wide it really will. It will affect recruiting. It will affect the playoffs. This will affect everything in college football. So take a look at this. If oklahoma and it still if oklahoma and texas get their way this is what the big twelve would look like with with those two teams out of the picture that conferences left with just eight teams. I always stay on top of the standings last year. They were eight and one in big twelve play. Oklahoma state baylor kansas and tcu some of the schools that will remain at least as it stands right now in the big twelve sam. We've looked at this from a lot of different directions. Pay and certainly we have talked about the perspective of the sec. And that of oklahoma in texas. Right now i want to ask you about the perspective of those teams left in the big twelve. You really can't just stand pat. I don't think so. Anyway what do you do if you're the remaining teams in the big twelve. While the first school of thought is that you would jump ship. You would abandoned ship. You'd find a new conference. You jump to the pac twelve or the big ten or the and that school of thought makes sense but in my time playing football i talked to a bunch of friends and i did the same thing they said. Hey play chess not checkers if the chess game is that the that oh you in texas think that the big twelve is going to disintegrate and therefore they'll be out of their meteorites and they can leave whenever they want to leave if oklahoma state who's upset at oh you right now if i'm baylor. Tcu you know what i might just do. I might just say you know what we're going to stay together as a conference. We don't want your seventy six million dollar buyout and sick with us for the next four years and let's see how that works for your the money you're trying to make i get you chess. Chess requires a queen and king and they just left that gone. They go into the sec. So listen this conference is in trouble. How do you salvage it. you can't remember. I was state's athletic director a couple years ago. Senate without a without. Oklahoma and texas. Were the mac like though the mountain west. That's what we are so listen. These brands are going to have to find a home..

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"millions dollars" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

04:02 min | 4 d ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on College Football Live

"Welcome to a wednesday of college. Football live happy to have you with us san mateo. David pollack and heather bennett. I'm wendy knicks. Well another day another development and what should be a major conference shakeup across college football. The next step well. The fourteen current members of the southeastern conference are scheduled to get together. They plan to meet on thursday. The presidents and chancellors to talk about oklahoma and texas joining the conference now. Three fourths majority. That means eleven of the fourteen votes will be needed for approval. If it goes through the sec would become the first sixteen team supercop conference before there was any talk of. Oh you in texas though jumping ship and joining the sec. The college football playoff management committee laid out a plan for expanding the playoff to twelve teams. Now here's how that would work the six highest ranked conference champs. Make it as well as six more teams as determined by the selection committee the four highest ranked conference chance get a by and no conference would automatically qualified heather. I'll start with you. What's fascinating to me. Is that ten days ago ago we were talking about. The playoff expansion is probably the biggest story in college football now. It's almost taken a backseat but it will be affected so the question is how. How is it affected if in fact oklahoma and texas joined the sec. Well many i can tell you that. Cfp executive director bill. Hancock told me on monday that the timeline hasn't changed. That means they are still heading towards a late. September meeting where they're going to report back to the eleven presidents and chancellors. Who can change the playoff about their summer feasibility study. Here's where it gets interesting though guys the conversations now surrounding it as you saw that graphic the proposal includes the six highest ranked conference champions if. Oh you and texas go to the sec. The snowball effect leaves the question. Who are the conferences. Who are their champions. Is there a big twelve. Is there a big twelve champion. These are things that they don't know so while it's on-track for that late september meeting my sources are telling me the decision the actual implementation of it because of the uncertainty could be delayed definitely see a huge delays coming as well if anyone in the pac twelve the or the big ten. I'm frustrated right now. I wasn't involved in these conversations number one. It seems like there's a lot of behind the back. Maneuvering going on number two and number three though. I like as far as all conferences though. I may like the the additional playoff games in the additional opportunity. I need to go and decipher. I need to go and double check and look if there's anything else that we need to remove or add to this current proposition. So if i'm any member of any of the three major conferences that were not involved. I will delay this process as much as need. Be and what you see is also i hear you but a lot of people don't have the seat at the table for a reason and this ain't gonna help. I mean this is only going to put more separation when now you're becoming a league with even bigger brands even bigger voices even louder voices with more money. So we're gonna talk about this and we're gonna continue to talk about this. I feel like this is as big as aaron rodgers in the. Nfl is going to be every day. It's always going to be something. It's always oklahoma texas until we get the football. Well i can tell you guys that. Some sources have expressed some concern to me that if oklahoma and texas joined the sec. That twelve team playoff is going to be an sec. Playoff right you're talking about a ten and two. Oh you nine and three texas. They're getting in that thing and there's some concern that the will get seven teams in it some on the other side of express to me yet but wait a minute. Isn't that still better than a fourteen playoff. Where the sec is getting two or three teams in here coming from there but he even if and even just real quick..

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San Francisco 49ers' QB Trey Lance Signs Rookie Deal

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

00:22 sec | 4 d ago

San Francisco 49ers' QB Trey Lance Signs Rookie Deal

"Trey lance in the forty niners have finalized his rookie deal. He signed a four year. Thirty four million dollar contract. That is fully guaranteed. They got the deal done just in time for camps open day. Kyle shanahan said yesterday. There's no open quarterback competition right now. Jimmy garoppolo is the starter and sri lance is his backup. Zach wilson is now the only unsigned first round pick.

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Woman Unaware She Had $39M Lottery Ticket in Purse for Weeks

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Woman Unaware She Had $39M Lottery Ticket in Purse for Weeks

"Lottery officials say a woman in Germany carried a winning ticket in her purse for weeks without realizing it was worth about thirty nine million dollars for the band's says the forty five year old woman was the sole winner of a jewel on June nine having correctly guessed seven feels on a German lottery ticket it quoted the woman who wasn't named saying I still get dizzy at the thought that I carried the ticket in my purse for several weeks without taking a look the mother of one doesn't plan to play again those saying the wind was more than enough for my husband my daughter and me she plans to use her lucky when full to live a healthy life and do more for the environment I'm Charles the last month

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

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 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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Trump Ally Tom Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Foreign Agent Charges

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

00:20 sec | 6 d ago

Trump Ally Tom Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Foreign Agent Charges

"Ally and former inaugural chairman. Tom barrack appeared in federal court today where he pleaded not guilty to charges that he secretly lobbied the united states on behalf of the united arab emirates. He was arrested last tuesday in los angeles and was released on bail on friday on a staggering. Two hundred fifty million dollars bond

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Research Shows It’s Never Too Late for Cancer Patients To Quit Smoking

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 d ago

Research Shows It’s Never Too Late for Cancer Patients To Quit Smoking

"New research by the World Health Organization shows when cancer patients stop smoking they heal faster experience fewer side effects from treatment and lower the chances of tumors returning doctor Mike Fiori the director of the center for tobacco research and intervention at the university of Wisconsin school of medicine and public health says it's never too late for patients to quit we now call smoking cessation S. fourth hello our cancer care along with chemotherapy surgery and radiation therapy quitting smoking has almost an equal impact is those other approaches a twenty seven million dollar national Cancer Institute program is helping fifty three cancer centers integrate tobacco treatment into care I'm surely after

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Trump Inaugural Committee Chair to Be Released on $250M Bail

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 d ago

Trump Inaugural Committee Chair to Be Released on $250M Bail

"The former chair former president trump's inaugural committee is scheduled to be arraigned on charges that he was secretly lobbying the U. S. on behalf of the United Arab Emirates even as he saw the diplomatic post in the Middle East Tom barrack was ordered freed on two hundred and fifty million dollars bail on Friday he was arrested Tuesday Los Angeles near his home Barrick is expected to plead not guilty to conspiring to influence U. S. policy on the UAE's behalf during trump's twenty sixteen campaign and while trump was president barrack the founder of private equity firm colony capital was among three men charged in the case in New York prosecutors say he uses long professional friendship with trump to benefit the UAE without disclosing his ties to the U. S. government I'm Julie Walker

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On a Quiet Weekend, ‘Old’ Tops, ‘Snake Eyes’ Sinks at Box Office

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

On a Quiet Weekend, ‘Old’ Tops, ‘Snake Eyes’ Sinks at Box Office

"There's a new leader at the box office in a new second place finisher to something wrong with his B. M. night Shyamalan's horror movie old took in sixteen and a half million dollars to capture the box office race over the weekend finishing second the GI Joe movie snake eyes which took in thirteen point four million though the to a close in revenue it's gonna take a lot more for snake eyes to break even for paramount it reportedly cost eighty eight million dollars to make the two new movies push last week's top films F. nine in space jam a new legacy down to three and four on the current list attendance overall at the multiplexes down with the start of the Olympics and rising concerns about the delta variant of the corona virus I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Officials in Michigan county will return virus bonuses

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Officials in Michigan county will return virus bonuses

"After days of criticism a group of elected officials in a conservative Michigan county say they'll return thousands of dollars in bonuses they gave themselves from federal code nineteen relief aid earlier this month China wants the county commissioners approved a plan to give more than half a million dollars from the federal code nineteen relief aid the county received two two hundred and fifty county employees as hazard pay for dealing with the corona virus pandemic the smallest amounts were a thousand to two thousand dollars but the county board chairman got twenty five thousand two more commissioners received ten thousand dollars each while four others received five thousand dollar payments sixty five thousand dollars in all the Argus press reports the county's prosecuting attorney found those payments that board members approved for themselves to be illegal the commissioners now say they will return the funds to the county I'm Ben Thomas

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Seeking Reform, U.S. Holds $1.3 Million in Dues From WADA

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Seeking Reform, U.S. Holds $1.3 Million in Dues From WADA

"Seeking reform of the United States is withholding part of dues owed to the world anti doping agency on the eve of the opening of the Tokyo Summer Games U. S. officials say nearly half of the two point nine three million dollars in dues owed to the world anti doping agency will be held back until it becomes clear what reforms the drug fighting agency is undertaking Richard bomb of the White House drug control office told a congressional committee Wednesday one point six million dollars will be paid to water the U. S. first threatens to withhold dues last summer and water responded by suggesting it might sanction nations not paying their dues U. S. do is account for about seven point three percent of waters forty billion dollar annual budget hi Mike Rossio

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Kraken Kick off Expansion Draft by Taking Bruins' Lauzon

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last week

Kraken Kick off Expansion Draft by Taking Bruins' Lauzon

"Carey price remains property the Canadians after the crack and passed on the net minder in the NHL expansion draft instead Seattle selected Panthers netminder Chris trigger and gave him a three year ten and a half million dollar contract Seattle took on to become attracts selecting flames defenseman mark Giordano and islanders forward Jordan Everly other notable players chosen early by the crack include lightning center Yanni Gordon maple Leafs forward Jared McCann Bruins defenseman Jeremy Lauzon was the first player taken by Seattle I'm the ferry

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"millions dollars" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

04:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Macadamia nut. I taste you. Take one more sir. I thought so fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. I listen up. Here's today's office question. All right so. Let's just say a magical. Genie appears somewhere off from out. Nowhere to somewhere and offers you a choice. Listen to the choices. One million dollars to you and untaxed dollars or or the ability to go back to the age of eighteen and start your adult life over. Which would you choose. And why steve harvey gimme one million tax-free dumb no. I'm nothing to be that dumb s. Eighteen hours no no law. No i got really nutty idea now. Like all my life was a mistake. Whole do i do that. Noble somebody asked me the day. If you could go to any age in your life what would you go back to sixty four. That's all i'm not going back. No for him. I think eighteen. Gimme this million dollars man. Tax free money. Who got good says. Now i take that. If i had a million dollars dollars eighteen ibn being hospital you'd be sick. Yeah mostly std td. Yes you have lost you. Listen to me. I thought it eighteen. Are you kidding me. And give me a million dollars back when i was eighteen. The girls turn me out holla. Active boy all right. Come on Junior i want to hear from you in the nephew. A million dollars tax free or go back to eighteen and start over phnom. I'm would on. I'm gonna take me you know. Really not going yeah. I'm not going back to eighteen. Don't don't why i go back down there. I hadn't done that. Eighteen bad against some in forty to be so. Let me go ahead. just stay here. Where's the money going. Take right now. Just whack say i got a meal what. At up staying right here with same iago here. I come y'all funeral. I'm eighteen all over what what eighteen blast outgoing masa. The question is. Would you do the same career. Would you take that same pack. I'm gonna do real. But i'm gonna try to take a different path though. I'm trying to get their whole lot quick but if i got the same mindset is fifty four years old. Yeah 'cause i know how to get a lot faster. Everybody says a final winner cap. Then what i know. Now it'd be okay hang out to keep not know from now right here. What about. I think i think i would go back to eighteen. I really go back to eighteen. And if i know what. I know now back at eighteen. No no lord carla. Going back to my dad is house. I'm not.

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"millions dollars" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

02:48 min | 2 months ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"And there's this back and forth negotiation of down to twelve million right so this guy stuff apple happens. All the time in. These guys are like effectively. You professional negotiators that kind of make the case to the ransomware people love. This is the amount of money that is it is worth for my clients suspend and therefore that is the most you will get and you know for twelve million bucks. Most of them will say yes. Wow last quick thing on that. it's all done. in crypto. there was no crypto with with this much harder yes. Bitcoin has completely revolutionized crime. So like fifteen. Twenty years ago it was really hard to make a living as a professional bad guy right like to steal enough money to be. A professional hacker was was quite difficult. And you'd have to hit lots and lots of smaller accounting to do some business email compromise. Get some wires and such. It is very very hard to get illegal money out of the financial system so when is at facebook we actually had a scam was very low tech. That stole one hundred and ten million dollars from facebook is because there's actually a department of justice indictment. Which is the kicker here. Which is the guys that did it again. I think they're the dog that caught the car. They were doing the kind of scam that you see all five hundred thousand dollars million dollars in wire. Transfers when companies pay their suppliers and they didn't realize as a player they took over the first payment facebook made to them one hundred ten million dollars and four hundred this other district of york. We'll get on the phone to judges will get on the phone. The fbi will get on the phone deutsche bank given the phone the big of cyprus who is the actual shout out to my people the actual recipient of the wire. They'll get on the phone because they're worried about their swift access and these guys are in jail right because it's super hard one hundred ten million dollars out of the banking system getting stealing hundred million dollars. Bitcoin is like a thursday right And that is the kind of the challenge here is that cryptocurrency has made it very easy for these guys. To take this money to launder it and it would be very difficult for them to operate like this. If it wasn't for that alex stamos is the director of the stanford internet observatory. That was so useful and interesting. Please come back anytime. Even when there's good news if you find some good news in your world send us a note. Yeah i'll let you know the first time. I hear some good news. Let's go to cocktail chatter. John when you're sitting next to the pipeline that delivers you not petroleum products but direct line of whiskey. Straight from a distillery. What will you be chattering about well. My chatter is i'd like to think is an innovation in the form. I like to consider this certain. Was we've been doing the show for fifteen plus years and you have a new form of. I like to of this as a kind of a personal discovery. So i'm going to play something. And then that will be what. My chatter is about hit jocelyn..

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"millions dollars" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"That's true. I think also for all companies. Nobody wants their email dumped out. So just like the sony pictures right like it was very embarrassing for people to have their personal amazon purchases and all of the crap they were talking about both internally and externally in the industry like nobody wants the entire world reading their email and so i think for effectively any company there are some level of embarrassment and risk from having david dumped out with. Was this an easy thing to do. Is this an easy thing that they're doing. And is it just that sort of order and decency prevents this from happening to all companies all the time. Well okay so it's it was too easy in this case so there's information coming out now. That colonial was deficient in a bunch of their security practices. Number of security folks. Have there are services that actually scanning tara internet and they're very useful in these situations because you can go backwards and say what kind of abilities of this company have and it looks like colonial specifically had some very gaping vulnerabilities that would have been easily exploited. That makes it too easy the other thing. That was too easy. Here was the shutdown of the pipeline. So emily we're talking about. I think this is the dog that caught the car a dark side. Kind of very interesting move so they have. They have a whole website. That's dark web site right. It's on it's on a tour hidden service so you can get to it with specialized software but it's hard to find out where it physically is located. Everybody knows they're in russia. But at least you know. They have a little bit of a plausible deniability stark website. And on it. They had this press release that said we are not political. We did not mean to cause any harm and effectively. We're going to have a better content. Moderation policy to decide who we're gonna hit in the future because dark sides. It's a little bit of a weird situation that it's not just one crew but they are a service provider to multiple ransomware crews incredibly complex ecosystem if ransomware as service and people don't believe that they wanted to shut down the actual pipeline so to step back a little bit companies actually make stuff and actually move stuff that have big complicated networks of systems that do things in the physical world. Those networks are called ot operational technology. All of the other stuff. That's just like getting business. Done the email. The billing systems the all the stuff that we use normally is information technology. The ot networks is often where people will focus on the security. And that's totally important but what this has demonstrated that organizations that make stuff or move stuff or do do very complicated logistics if their it systems are down they probably can't operate the ot it systems that tell people what knobs are you turning. What were we doing. And so if you can't talk to each other if you can't communicate and in this case it looks like if you can't bill your customers and you can't track what's going through your pipeline. Then it doesn't matter if the ot network secure. Because you have to end up turning off. And i think the dark said people didn't understand that and they're in big trouble like this is a big deal because it's like they have now been more effective than any terrorist. Group has in disrupting like american gas supplies for example. So they're very possibly going to see that they are going to get added to the same kind of list to which we add. They might end up with vaccinations via the treasury. The there is non negligible chance that we start rendition ing or even killing some of these guys right. Because there's not a good history of messing with america's oil supply for people. It's just it's not a it's not the kind of thing that we take well as a society and considering the political implications here you could see the entire weight of the federal government coming down at least people well. That's so interesting i had been thinking of. This is the kind of like medium level threat that in some ways is useful because it makes everybody wake up to this problem. Then you know hopefully tighten regulations make sure the companies like colonial. Don't have these gaping holes that you're talking about and it seemed in a sense you know chevette Shutting down supply for a week. The southeast of the united states is like something but it seemed less dire than the solar winds breach. I wonder if that hierarchy makes sense to you or whether you think like actually that's not a useful way to think about it. It means different things right. Like the silverman's issue seems to have had no physical impact like hasn't had any real impact people's lives but it's hard to tell what the long term intelligence at backed is of whatever the vr was able to gather during that period of time right. And so it's going to be hard to judge versus. You know shutting out pipeline. You have immediate. It's immediately obvious like but the truth is just like the rammer teams are causing more kind of human misery than most of these state actors. Right who are just stealing data again. It's hard to tell because you're talking about intelligence operations that we don't really know about we don't know about if any spies have been captured in russia and executed. And there's some evidence of this kind of stuff of a number of these chinese hacks were they stole huge amounts of data and it wasn't clear what the outcome was but things like american spy networks get wrapped up in such and so it's quite possible that it will take years. I understand what the impact of the operation with alex. You mentioned that apple still has an ongoing ransomware issue. How many of these other kinds of ongoing low fever or maybe high fever slow-burning ransomware. Things are there out there. I mean ransomware. Negotiations probably happen hundreds of times a week and there are professional companies that you hire effectively just like because of kidnappings you ended up with the professionals that you call in that insurance into the insurance companies often find and pay these people on behalf of the companies and they will come in and they'll look at the ransomware and they're like okay. How are your backups. What are your processes. look like crap. Okay you guys are in trouble. We gotta pay and they will handle the negotiations and be like. Hey it's bob from ransomware company. How you doing right because they have these relationships and into interesting enough so brian. Krebs is a really good journalist in this area and in his blog they talked about it and the go she asian between dark side and the different company in which they ended demanding thirty million dollars..

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"millions dollars" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

07:12 min | 2 months ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"Hackers have used a ransomware attack to shut colonial pipelines fifty five hundred mile pipeline that supplies much of the east with petroleum products. They used ransomware supplied by an organization called dark side. A lot of this is just gibberish to me but fortunately this gibberish is about to be explained to by alex stamos the director of the stanford internet observatory the former chief security officer at facebook internationally recognized expert on cyprus security gap best guest in these dark times so alex. Welcome back to the gabfest. Can you explain to us. What dark side is and is this useful to think of this. What's happened with the pipeline as economic attack or an attack on the united states or is it all inflated. Yes i thanks for having me back. I appreciate being on the fest or something. Horrible happens on the internet. So dirk is just the latest of a number of highly professional ransomware crews that are operating out of russia and some other former soviet republics that have been running rampant across the internet and attacking companies big and small so one of less discussed but more impactful cybersecurity. Stories of the last five years has been the growth of ransomware. Ransomware is a bad guy. Breaks into your network and they install software that one steals your data and brings it to them and then encrypt data in place and they send you a message saying if you want your data back and if you don't want us to dump it out on the internet then you need to pay us a ransom that ransom for small companies might be in the thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars for the big billion dollar companies will ask for thirty forty. Fifty million dollar ransoms. This has been hitting people at all kinds of levels most famously local governments local hospitals there at least a couple of cases of deaths that are assumed to have been caused by hospital networks. Being shut down school districts and it is a very very profitable crime because once you're in the situation that your entire network is locked up paying five million dollars to get back in business if you're a billion dollar business is probably actually the rational choice and that is what's happened here is dark. Side is one of these crews of very very skilled highly organized effectively businesses that are able to operate with impunity with coverage from the russian government for the most part and dark side is kind of famous for being a big game hunter so instead of going after the local mom and pops in retail and such they go after big publicly traded companies and ask for a huge ransoms. I thought it was interesting. The dark side seemed kinda sheepish that they had actually caused so much disruption like they seem to think like. Oh we didn't quite. We just wanted our money. I think there's a dog that caught the car on this one. Yeah i was gonna ask that one thing that interests me is the fact that as i understand it. There are federal regulations quiring better cyber security protections for electricity. Grids than there are for pipelines even though pipelines seemed like to me the same kind of infrastructure the same kind of situation where you have a company that has that's private the playing vital role in the economy. Do you think that this attack will change that and make pipelines Hopefully subject to the same kind of safety provisions for cyber that we have for the electric grid and then sorry to pile on the second question but are those provisions themselves adequate great question. So we've already seen some changes. So you're right so pipelines it turns out the cyber security pipelines is actually regulated by the. Tsa the same people that like to. I my kids when they when we fly through airports through to some kind of bizarre department security decision that was made decades ago since pipeline and other these other rules were created. We actually have a new agency called cisa the cybersecurity infra security agency. They're the ones that regulate in a bunch of other situations. And so i do think what we're going to see is we're going to see consolidation of these regulations because it really doesn't make sense for all these different agencies in the federal government to be running all these different regulatory strategies for different parts of critical infrastructure. Actually yesterday as of this recording joe biden actually signed an executive order. That's been in the work for months. That does a bunch of empowering of cisa it does not specifically one of the reasons they had to get this order out on getting bypassed by reality so you the executive order was started after the solar winds attack an attack against one hundred twenty other organizations that we talked about in december and then there was this attack against microsoft exchange servers that affected eighty thousand companies and now the pipeline so they finally had to get this thing out before history. Bypassed it so it doesn't mention pipelines. Expect we'll have another. Eeo that ends up consolidating pipeline security as to the standards. That is one thing that this starts to do. It really aggressively pushes for strong regulatory standards. in a collaboration between cisa and nist national institute of standards technology who are the people who set a lot of technical standards now. The mostly affects federal contractors. But i expect it will see more rules coming down. The pipeline so to speak for critical industry such as pipelines duration. Such the procurement power though is is a good piece leverage. Because if i'm the department of defense and i'm buying microsoft products. I have some leverage over them. So so a is that right and then be my actual question is if i'm a company and i don't have stuff that i really mind being out in public. I mean i guess this is like a hospital. What gets dumped out in the public could see how that would be. I guess it's personal information. Which is bad. But it's not. I guess what i'm trying to ask is are there certain kinds of companies that have data that that is not as valuable and therefore don't have to worry about this or right so it's interesting to at first ransom crews would just lock up your data. They went release it and then a bunch of people started getting better at backups. So effectively if you back up your entire network and if you have a plan you could survive one of those ransomware attacks and so now groups dark side are kind of double whammy in that not only have we put out of business but we will make your life hell by releasing all of this data. It is true that there are some industries where this is more sensitive so really famous ransomware incident. That's still ongoing. Is a different ransomware. Team broke into a taiwanese company that actually makes all foxconn chinese company chinese and taiwanese sorry company that makes all of apple stuff and has started to release the blueprints of unreleased apple products of the kind of thing that drives a company like apple insane. So far nobody. Neither apple nor fox has paid the ransom. But that's the kind of thing that would those are the kinds of people who really care. Also if you have private data and you're dumping private data then you could end up with a massive civil liability to all of the people whose david who is much larger than the ransom. And i think that's one of the calculations here like if you hit somebody who has state level. Ti requirements one. they'll have to do a massive disclosure if it gets dumped but then also they will face lawsuits from everybody and so yes..

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"millions dollars" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

09:33 min | 2 months ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"We're going to talk about whether unemployment benefits are discouraging. Americans from looking for work and whether we should be worried about the latest jobless numbers. Then we'll talk about vaccination wire vaccination rates slowing. Should we be giving vaccines to india. Should we be in fact vaccinating all the teenagers who are now able scenes. Should we be giving million dollar lottery prizes to people who get vaccines. Yes we should. Then we will be joined by internet security guru. Alex stamos to discuss the colonial pipeline. Hack and its implications plus. We will have cocktail chatter. And i know we don't cover celebrity news much. Get best but i want to just flag one story. I for one of the guys. Maybe we're not surprised that the mediator in the kardashian west divorce is going to be none. Other than former supreme court justice steven brier brier worked in family law early in his career and apparently he spent some twenty twenty when he was still on the supreme court secretly training as a mediator. So that's pretty cool western kardashian. According to reports. I read people. Magazine wanted a mediator who knew nothing about either of them which made brier an ideal candidate. That's probably true. That part that last part because none of the rest is true because brier still is a supreme court justice unaccountably so one of the many american women who have withdrawn from the workforce recently is cheney was balanced yesterday as house conference chair. She is one of just hundreds of thousands of millions of women who have left the workforce and the departure stealing congress day. I know it was like a line. it was a. She lost one jobs. Emily the fantasy part of the gap vessels continuing to log from my extremely literal brain. I couldn't handle it. Go up and i did appreciate his effort to try to get that piece of news in the conversation because it is striking that happened. Then we're not really gonna talk about it but it's exactly it's amazing thank you. Thank you in any case april job. Numbers showed much lower employment growth than expected. The economy added a seasonally adjusted. Two hundred sixty six thousand jobs which is much less than the million expected. It's actually not true. We added two hundred sixty six thousand jobs that we added turned sixty six thousand jobs plus the million or so that we are already always add more in the spring and so we would have we would have added even more had. We hit the numbers. That a lot of economists expected one of the things that were striking of course was that there was also a huge exodus of women from the workforce so men men in general did pretty well in the job market and their job market expanded significantly but a lot of women left so it looks like they're wide variety of factors at play in what's going on. Women are opting or compelled into family care because a variety of reasons but in part because a lot of schools still are not fully open also. It appears that there are jobs that were appealing to people pre pandemic that are no longer peeling because working conditions may be a lot worse or more more onerous than they were. But republicans have fixated on one reason. John and that is unemployment insurance that the extra unemployment insurance is disincentivising people from being in the job market. And that's what the problem is. And that's why the economy over the jobs didn't grow as much as people expected should. Should we take that seriously. There i talked to on face. The nation the president of the federal reserve bank of minneapolis and cash car. And he said there is some evidence of this. But i'm evidence of what there's some evidence that people are not looking for work as robustly as they would if they'd weren't getting unemployment benefits but that is just a part of the picture that the other bigger parts of the picture are two things one what you're talking about women on whose shoulders a disproportionate amount of the covid related. Care falls are still stuck with that. Everything from taking care of older parents taking care of kids. Second there's a lot of hesitancy and fear out there. The difference between the amount of money people have in their wallets and the amount of money they're willing to spend. There's a gap. They have a lot more in their savings council wallets. then they're spending and that suggests some continued fear about going out into the world. We also saw that the last quarter was one of the highest. I think on record for paying down credit card debt. More proof that people are saving instead of going out there and spending and that has to do with fear of covid not this question about unemployment. So it's a much more complex picture than people are making. It seem but as you suggest the reason it has political power is that it allows republicans to basically say this stuff that you've been pushing you democrats and the further stuff you're pushing as a remedy to cove. It is all misapply and there are a few republican governors who are saying they're going to discontinue the higher levels of federal unemployment insurance earlier than the legislation calls for say we need all these people back at work to have our economy at full speed again without any acknowledgement of the pressures. You were just talking about. And also the fact that. When i was reading about this i was struck that the The employers who seem to be having trouble attracting people back are in hospitality and leisure and these are really low. Paying jobs like people are not willing to do jobs that they don't think they're getting paid enough money for and the unemployment insurance benefits may be part of that calculation. Especially for family right if you. Your kids aren't fully back in school. You're still coping with various things you're not going to go and take that poorly paying job. Well maybe employer should be paying workers better to get them back like that. Seems like a perfectly acceptable. Even good bargain of getting low. Wage workers more money in the equation and these republican governors. Who are taking away. The unemployment insurance early seemed completely disinterested in that. So just to get in the specifics. There's just three hundred dollar week. Extra federal unemployment benefit that comes out of the american arp. The american recovery plan right and that goes until i think september that right yes and so re various republican governors the governor of arkansas for example proposing to and that early but it doesn't seem to have changed any the minds of any republican governors about raising the minimum wage in their states that it doesn't Be a groundswell of that happening. Because it's the more even just to allow the labor shortage to if it's even that in these particular sectors to play out a little longer so that wages rise naturally because employers are trying to attract back employees right like you don't even have to raise the minimum wage. You just let the market with these extra factors operate. The labor supply expanded in april so it increased by four hundred hundred thousand jobs. So if you believe that it was these lazy unemployment people not looking for job. You would jobs. You would expect labor force participation to to fall or stay flat now you could argue that four hundred thirty thousand in in the expansion of the labor supply should been larger because people were talking about a million jobs so you can maybe make that case but the labor supply did grow which is to say that there were people out there looking for for jobs. Which again you. you wouldn't expect it. This narrative were as virulent as it's being talked about the and a lot of the jobs that people are having a hard time filling jobs that are less attractive than they were a year ago or pre pandemic in the sense that they come with the way you have to work as perhaps mast in kind of place that is that you may not feel as fully safe that you are just uncomfortable. Uncomfortable close congested speed and that in particularly in in food service. It's not clear that for example the tip income is going to come back in and be as high as it was because the customers aren't necessarily back yet and so there are all sorts of reasons why someone might not take job at this moment when they might take three months from now when the working conditions better when it was clear that the customer base was there to sustain it. Emily i want to talk about this question of women leaving because it is. It's just dire right. Yeah i mean if you think that it's really important to have women in the workforce to have women have choices to work that are real choices supported by good wages and good options. This looks like real backsliding by the united states. And it's completely tied to the way we've handled school closures and care but families have needed during this period. And the women like you said in the beginning the one Part of the population where their job starts have just not recovered and that just seems totally. The one part they are the majority they are the majority of the. It'd be like say no people with the people who drive corvette so the one part that haven't recovered it's like this is half. The population women with children are the population and the employment sector..

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"millions dollars" Discussed on The Cost of Care

The Cost of Care

06:24 min | 3 months ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on The Cost of Care

"Marshall allen the propublica reporter. We talked to you back in episode. Three lawrence story is featured in his new book. Never pay the first bill until he involved. Lauren was getting the cold shoulder everywhere. She even tried shaming dignity on facebook by posting a photo of the bell she got hundreds of comments and shares but zero response from her employer. Marshall is like. I'm going to reach out to dignity health's media team because i'm gonna let them know we're going to write an article about this and is probably not going to be very pretty so i think it was a day two after i got a call from the vp of operations for dignity and She called my cellphone phone and she's like. Hey it's so and so like I heard that you were going through this. And you know we're gonna we're gonna do it. We can to fix it like really and she's like yeah there were. You went through extraordinary circumstances. I'm like he. I was saying that in my appeals but anyway she was like you know. We're going to get you in touch with the case manager with anthem and we're gonna retroactively. Cover it like because you were going to get a bad rap because somebody was gonna tell the real truth of the story of hello human kindness. Dignity health did to their own employees like. That's what breaks my heart that they didn't reach out because they saw problem. It was because it was gonna make them look bad. Quick thing hello. Human kindness is dignity health's motto. We'll get to the irony of that and just a minute. But here's the thing that gets me about lawrence story. Who knows what would have happened. She hadn't connected with the journalist who had the power to publicly shame. Her employer probably what happens to a lot of people in this country. They go broke. And that possibility kept lauren up at night. I have worked so hard at getting to where i'm at today. I was a single mom for a while with my son. I went through nursing school. And i bought my own home but literally everything would be taken away from me. I'd have to file bankruptcy. My home would probably be taken away like all of those things where i did my due. Diligence i i did everything that i could or that i knew i could do so. That was like a harsh reality to kind of swallow to be like. Wow like i might lose everything. You've used the term helpless a few times as we've been talking. What does what does helplessness feel. Like in this situation. I think it was really hard when i would talk to people on the phone. Your pouring your heart out to them and nobody's really listening. It's it's just very frustrating. Sorry i don't get emotional but it's a lot to deal with have to be very mentally strong. I do have to say we have a great community of people around us and And family and friends who are super supportive and You know prayed for us and even donated money to us when we were in the nikki for so long. So it's it was alive. Dignities motto is hello human kindness. Yes When you got your job at dignity and you marched and on your first a proud about this this big exciting place joining and you saw those words what did you feel then about that motto and then now as you look back and you think about hello human kindness You had how do you view that modern now. Oh man It definitely made me chena about it It's a little sore spot for me but you know if you read our mission you know. We're we're a catholic hospital so we actually do have sisters there and to. We're supposed to care for patients to the healing ministry of christ. You know treating patients with respect and dignity and just giving them excellent care. And that's we've honestly try and do as much as we can so i like like is just as much care and hearts and blood sweat and tears that i put into the company for the six years at that time that of course they would help out and employees. Why wouldn't they. I'm one of.

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"millions dollars" Discussed on The Cost of Care

The Cost of Care

07:04 min | 3 months ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on The Cost of Care

"So i've lived in california all my life Currently i live in northern california. It's like a little horse time on in riverside county and we have like in front of our house a bunch of livestock. And all that so if you hear roosters in the background that's probably what it is who i have sadie. Who is now two and a half. She's our our million dollar baby. I'll be talking about And then i also have a nine year old son name jas. Lauren has been through a lot. So i was really surprised. At how smiley and upbeat. She was on her zoom call. She's obviously a really strong really resilient person but in this understated down to earth kind of way that might be because lauren has spent her life helping others in their times of need. I'm a nurse. And i've only worked at dignity health. So that's where i started out my career. I'm a charge nurse. Their dignity health is the fifth largest hospital system in the us and the largest nonprofit hospital and lawrence home state of california as a season nurse and mother who had experienced some issues with our first pregnancy. Lauren knew what to look out for. When sadie came along. I had blood pressure issues. Like right from the get-go her doctors weren't concerned until her six month checkup when her blood pressure. Read one. seventy over one thirteen for those. That don't know much about blood pressure readings that's a dangerous level and like. Oh my gosh you need to go to the er right now. And i was in the hospital for ten days They were just trying to keep me pregnant for as long as possible. But lauren's blood pressure never stabilized and as the risks mounted. Her doctors decided. They couldn't wait any longer. It was time to deliver sadie. I was twenty six weeks. And i had sadie. She was one pound. Six ounces at birth was not breathing on her own. She had a lot of complications when she was first born Within the first two days of her being born they said she had a fifty fifty chance of living because not only of her size but she was also bleeding in her lungs because they were super underdeveloped so she was hemmorhaging thankfully she pulled through that but she had to be intimated four different times within the first month of her life tummy. Learn a little bit. Just about the nick you well did. The environment look like how often unable to visit her so since she was born. I was still a patient myself for nine days. So i was in and out of going between the nick you in my room so we were able to be there and kind of constantly go back and forth and visit her so at least somebody was with her almost twenty four seven but i would say the first six weeks for her was probably her most trying times. It was when we went through the most difficulty. She had you know echocardiogram since she had laser eye surgery and she had you know all these complications in things going wrong in the other rooms. You're hearing one. Another baby is having difficulty or maybe needs to be intimated or something is going wrong. So you're hearing all that on top of all the alarms going off and bells so sadie loved to either. Go app nick where she would stop breathing or oxygen levels would go really low so you can. You're just watching the monitor and seeing like ding ding ding. And it's getting louder and louder and louder as levels go down along with sadie in the neck you. I think it was a hundred and five days so like three and a half months so we spent a few holidays in there. I literally can't imagine what would be going on in my head for one hundred. How survived one hundred and five days of that yeah You know the nurses were always very real with us like You know they have the call us a couple of times like hey. I think you need the come in like. She's not doing that well so at least they help. Prepare for those kinds of situations and really involved us in the care for her. So i think that helped to to know that that we were included in making decisions and what was best but honestly dislike the relationships with all her different care providers really kind of helped carry us through that hard time. You know 'cause you're going through so much in in you're dealing with this new trauma of having a baby who's possibly going to die or it's just a roller coaster in there honestly by this point. Lauren isn't total survival mode even while dealing with one health. Emergency after the other and the most chaotic environment imaginable. She's still somehow found time to contact both employer and her insurance company. As soon as i went into the hospital Knowing that i was gonna have to deliver her fairly soon Obviously let my manager know what was going on and also had been talking to a nurse through anthem blue cross. It's with the future mom's program. So i had already been in contact with them and i had called to let them know that i i was in the hospital and then also called when i had her And then i spoke to a case manager from anthem as well a few days after the birth to say. Hey you know this situation this. what's going on. She came here really early so my insurance company was aware that she was born. According to lauren anthem assured her that she and the baby would be covered under her employees plan with dignity so she naturally turned her attention back to sadie so a little over a month later. Uc irvine had said. Hey we're having some issues with trying to bill.

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"millions dollars" Discussed on The Cost of Care

The Cost of Care

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on The Cost of Care

"I was twenty six weeks. And i had sadie. She was one pound. Six ounces at birth was not breathing on her own. She had a lot of complications when she was first born Within the first two days of her being born they said she had a fifty fifty chance of living because not only of her size but she was also bleeding in her lungs because they were super underdeveloped so she was hemmorhaging thankfully she pulled through that but she had to be intimated four different times within the first month of her life tummy. Learn a little bit. Just about the nick you well did. The environment look like how often unable to visit her so since she was born. I was still a patient myself for nine days. So i was in and out of going between the nick you in my room so we were able to be there and kind of constantly go back and forth and visit her so at least somebody was with her almost twenty four seven but i would say the first six weeks for her was probably her most trying times. It was when we went through the most difficulty. She had you know echocardiogram since she had laser eye surgery and she had you know all these complications in things going wrong in the other rooms. You're hearing one. Another baby is having difficulty or maybe needs to be intimated or something is going wrong. So you're hearing all that on top of all the alarms going off and bells so sadie loved to either. Go app nick where she would stop breathing or oxygen levels would go really low so you can. You're just watching the monitor and seeing like ding ding ding. And it's getting louder and louder and louder as levels go down along with sadie in the neck you. I think it was a hundred and five days so like three and a half months so we spent a few holidays in there. I literally can't imagine what would be going on in my head for one hundred. How survived one hundred and five days of that

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"millions dollars" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"Weeks laundry and that saved me like a whole weekend of like doing laundry And so you know if they didn't fold it the way i wanted then i would tell them how i wanted to fold it. And then if they didn't you know like they use like this regular detergent. And i'm like no no. I want the like organic environmentally friendly. Like stuff you know. So i would give them that. And here's what that does right. It turns into leaders when we have to delegate to other people tell them exactly how we want things done tell though when they do it wrong learn how to communicate with them. You know what i mean. That's what leadership is. And i i think the sooner that people outsource higher personal assistant send out their laundry. Start leg just having small tasks that take up. They're time outsource their to step into leadership gonna learn how to lead other people That management do have to kind of. Let go of like okay. Maybe it's not perfect every time you want them to get it like eighty percent of the way that you want it like eighty percent right and accept that as like. That's good enough so that you can be free to be out here being a millionaire. Shero i get that. I think the hard thing just personally is just like asking for help. You know because. I feel like i can do it all even though there are days worshiped like i'm just tired. Maybe i'm not the best mom because i'm so exhausted by uh things which then affects like you said like you're able to do all these things and then be like really present with kids and it's like after i'm busy and do stuff and you know and then it's like. Oh okay it's almost like. Oh gosh now. I have not that like i have to go hang out with them but i want to. I'm just exhausted by the time that i get to that time to be with them..

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"millions dollars" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

04:39 min | 8 months ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"Without sacrificing their families. Insanity i'm an entrepreneur. And i'm a mother. I run a seven figure business. I'm in the front row of every dance recital. I'm picky my kids up from school every day. I'm watching pepper pay cartoons in bed on sunday mornings. If you've ever seen me speak at an event chances are my three children. Were in the front row. When people tell me you have to choose between family and business i say both halley and that is our kind of girl right there because it makes me think of gina. Gina has that mindset. I'm trying to keep up with her and so two listen. Inexperienced women like yourselves and to be successful in business. I love the fact that it's almost like having your cake and eat it too right. You're not you don't have to choose that house life to be around the kids and then sacrifice work so you know my thing is when people when women out there anybody who may be the one the primary caregiver for the kids. What's that first step for them to be like look by doing this. You can actually spend more time with them by doing this. You can set yourself up better. How'd you get somewhat encourage a woman or anybody to take that leap. Yes well i think to start. We have to kind of change our philosophy around parenting and especially motherhood because again right like so. We can't win as women right because not only do we have to be like super hot and sexy but we also need to do all the things for our children right and like. We're not good mothers if we don't And also do more with a cut coupons while we're at it right and so like that's these ideas about womanhood is and what motherhood is. I think we need to start challenging them. So for example you know. I don't do my children's laundry..

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"millions dollars" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

04:40 min | 8 months ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"I love it and now now this is where you say. I'm four years older than you. I am. I'm thirty seven years old. Which means i'm four. I'm i'm technically now cougar. Is that the cutoff age. I mean i think honesty cougars like ten years older. But i like to think of myself as a cougar. But thirty seven just sound so old. I remember going to my mom's surprise thirtieth birthday girl number thirty seven wolf. Oh it's funny. I was reading my dm's do and someone like they go. I thought michael was an ex professional hockey player. Until i saw the video of y'all hockey and then it confirmed that no it was. Football clearly wasn't nice. That was so fun. Michael did a great birthday for me. We went ice skating. He rented out this like. It's like a half ring in a sense like hockey's hockey's school camp but they also ran out the ice and so we played hockey your rent for two hours. A it's called the hockey lab in franklin and it was awesome hockey nets and we had a bunch of pucks out bear and and our doing passengers and playing one on one and then we jolie. Join us for the last hour which was awesome. Which by the way. I got a little hate because julie wasn't wearing a helmet. Is she supposed to wear a helmet. I didn't when i started. I learned how to skate. When i was five. Same ages almost early. And i didn't wear a helmet but then again did. I even have a car seat when i was fine. Exactly so whatever people are gonna say whatever they want to say. She was fine yeah. She's a good skater. If i mean jas out for sure but helping. Because he doesn't like you frightened right. He's too yeah. He falls over every two seconds But no i mean whatever we were there she's fine if it was like a group setting there's more people to run into her but she was..

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"millions dollars" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

04:02 min | 9 months ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Hello hello lisa. Hey hey karn so what to after election day. See in the future when people are listening to us then we will have but now we're in the pre times girl. No i'm taking my and i. It's funny because when i emailed you earlier today i was like we're not gonna talk about the election at all but i wanna talk about us surviving it and i. By saying today. I am manifesting that we will wake up on november fourth and we will exist. The sun will rise. My cats will be on my chest waiting and we will. We will have made it through election season. that's all. I think we will have made it through election day. I do agree with that okay. you're not as optimistic. i have some feelings. Yes but right now. We are pre halloween. So as we record this. I was just about iras just about to rough transition and be like so. How was your halloween. I'm just. I'm just running my own time machine over here. You aren't address up a little bit right. Yes so by the time. You're hearing this i will. How dressed up either once or twice. I may honestly just dress up and take a bunch of pictures for instagram Outside of my rarely salacious. I'm gonna do it for the graham. If i can't leave my house on my kosti my mind as well make the most of it but there is like it's so weird like this year and also weird when you work on a remote team to try to do that like fun. Camaraderie building stuff. Yeah it's weird though from the chest up at a at a costume contest. It's weird but you know what look. I really needed that. Our they put on the calendar for us to just like not work and just cadets and do some trivia so like. I'm taking it if that's the extent of my halloween. I think i'll be all right. It's like the mullet costume option. Where it's like party on top comfy on the bottom. pj's on the bottom. Yeah it's like it's like the best of both work from home worlds like you get to go crazy. You get to have a lot of fun with your affects. People are going to see it right there. Only part of it unless you stand up and show them the rest and you should really think twice about whether you really want to do that. I like does your outfit require across shot. probably not. Don't stand up. I'm just saying across the board regardless of reason. Just just don't stand up cameras on you on a computer. Just don't stop. please stay. Seated bride comes down that. Just sit the fuck down. No one needs to see anything. I don't know no chest up neck up if that's your style that's fine. I don't see anything else. It's the new game for a new era neck up seven up just my slash back to third grade. Oh my god. Oh my god has seven first of all. I came sucked. Why do we like it so much because met. We were doing work for two seconds. I mean met a break from long division. That's what it meant. Teachers everywhere loved has us and didn't need buy anything no by just needed thumbs. Teachers got to go to the bathroom and she's like. Hey kids could you please just for a moment. Klay this and we did and we did. We were like yes. It is the most fun. Yeah you know a game. You can't play at zoom. University has zona. It's an outrage. I tell you these kids today. They're missing out anyway. News. that's move on. I hope are all finding out there because it's been a long fall and not.

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"millions dollars" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"millions dollars" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"Sport leagues in the world, there is a team with an that is offensive to a significant number of people. Wise that being. What would you change it? It's just a nickname and here we. We aw thirteen fourteen fifteen years later only now, Simeoni Way Greg, because the sponsors they've got involved because money talks only now is Dan Snyder looking to make the change, is it? Am I being cynical? Is it just down to the money or is it? Would you like to think more than that and given? What's been going on over over recent weeks and months actually there has been a bit of self awareness in a reawakening in terms of the the moral. Issues with with a team named the redskins. That's a great question. I think it's mostly it is you know about the money and I think a lot of things in sports. You know when we get older, we maybe we get a little more cynical. I don't love in any less. You don't love it any. Let's listen probably. Don't love it any less, but we realize sometimes what athletes take play for. Look at look at everything. They're trying to do in North America right now, and it's A. It's a trickle down effect in terms of the teams. The League needs to play to fulfill the TV. TV. TV networks content. The players want their cash. They want their paychecks I. Don't blame them for that you know, go get yours while the thing here with Daniel. Snyder is as you said You know the fact that it took to major corporation Fedex would whose names on the stadium and Nike To. Basically a twelve hour period last week to really push back on the nickname it's it's tricky. Right because you want to give them. Credits and I'm sure there's people that want to say. Where have you been as you said the last decade that gate and a half in terms of being active on this and look, we'll never get unanimity. We will never get. Get that on what offends somebody never so what Washington Daniel Snyder of done before is they found native activists. They've taken them two games. They've made a big deal at when they're on the road to play the Vikings one year, and they found people from the state of Minnesota. Who are native American who got in front of a microphone and said? We love. The nickname doesn't bother us in the lease, but we will see in this now with covert. Are we like well? This doctor said this you. Doctors are on the planet. Who couldn't possibly agree on you know a a vaccine could possibly re-treatment. Possibly agree on any aspect of this so? I you know you can't cancel everything you've. A small minority allowed minority are offended by but study after study not seems to have shown that natives in this on this continent people of indigenous heritage. They say it's a slur. You'd never walk up to somebody on the street and and call indigenous person or native, American or native, Canadian in my country. That were you wouldn't do it I'm not even sure you'd use cheese, and that's the big thing that will go. There are chiefs, but you wouldn't call somebody that is a nickname, and that's that may be the next moment of reckoning for the NFL believe it or not, as Dublin Back Patrick Mahomes team. Yeah, and that nickname so. I'm not a hundred percent. Sure that the logo is changing in the least I think this has look. We've a twenty four hour news cycle as you know. What sort of hot one week is not hot the next week and we stopped talking about it so i. think this is given. Daniel Snyder at and the Washington team some ample time to wait this out a little bit and come up with something that would be more of a proud name. Chicagoblackhawks said today I saw this morning. They're not changing their name. We haven't heard from the Atlanta Braves. We haven't heard from although the MLB looking at it, obviously the Cleveland Indians. So you know, I know that this is going to be as much of a domino effect in changing the logos at there's tons of college teams. Tons of high school teams on this continent that have been steadfast some changed some of not but that. Yeah The Washington nickname I'm I'm Sir sure? Although I saw entered Brandt differ yesterday on twitter I'm sure they won't play another. Another game even if they can start the season on time in September I feel confident that they'll keep the logo and they will get rid of the name Ron Rivera. Wants it. Players wanted it's uncomfortable for players to even talk about Rivera said he would be awesome if it could be done before the start of the season on the money tip, and it's the point you. Made elsewhere, but. The. Value the obvious revenue that can be generated by yogurt is -ation with an entirely new brand? Right so is gonNA. 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