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Apple to produce millions of AirPods in Vietnam amid pandemic

Mac OS Ken

01:38 min | Last month

Apple to produce millions of AirPods in Vietnam amid pandemic

"More of apple supply chain may be leaving the Middle Kingdom. Apple insider says Peggy Tron. One of the Cupertino companies manufacturing partners is looking to build in Vietnam in a pretty big way. Like one billion dollars beg. Looking to target computing communication and consumer electronics. Plan, involves three phases. The first is a relatively small nineteen, million dollar initiative followed by four, hundred, eighty, one, million, dollar second-phase and five hundred, million dollars for a third phase all set to wrap up by twenty, twenty seven. Insider says Petron is the fourth of apple's manufacturing partners to make the move to Vietnam. Foxconn. And Tag all have manufacturing setup there. It's worth noting that while the apple manufacturer will be going to be at. Phnom. Petron won't necessarily be, making, anything for apple in Vietnam. That said the piece points out that apple has been encouraging suppliers to move production out of China to avoid costly tariffs. Apple's online store went live on the subcontinent today tech crunch says for the first time in more than twenty years since apple began its operations in India, the iphone maker has started selling its products directly to consumers in the world's second largest smartphone market. I don't WANNA get too far ahead of things but moves like this. Could make apple a profitable company?

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Trump Administration Rolls Back Obama-Era Restrictions On Methane Emissions

Environment: NPR

03:37 min | 2 months ago

Trump Administration Rolls Back Obama-Era Restrictions On Methane Emissions

"Today the trump administration rolled back another environmental rule. This one was aimed at reducing climate warming methane emissions. The oil and gas industry is the largest source of those emissions in the US and get some big oil companies wanted to keep the rule in place NPR's Jeff Brady's covering this story. Jeff Hi, Ari. Why did the Obama Administration create this rule in the first place about methane emissions back in two thousand, sixteen it there's a lot of concern about methane. It's the main ingredient in natural gas and when it's burned, it's cleaner than other fossil fuels. But when it escapes into the atmosphere unburned safe from a leaky valve at a well drilling site, it's a very potent greenhouse gas it. Has More than eighty times the climate warming power of Carbon Dioxide over the first twenty years it's in the atmosphere. So under the Obama Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency required oil and gas companies to monitor and limit methane leaks, I to newer wells, and eventually to thousands of wells installed before twenty fifteen Also, that's by some oil companies. especially smaller ones oppose the rule they said. It's too costly. Now, the trump administration deciding with US companies and rolling back the requirement it says that they'll save those companies up to about nineteen million dollars. A year in compliance costs is the flip side of that cost saving an acceptance that methane emissions are gonNA rise. Yeah. Yeah. you know the the administration echoes and industry argument says oil companies have an incentive to stop. Methane from leaking because that's the product that they sell, and the industry already has a voluntary program to reduce methane emissions The administration also says the Obama EPA rule that they say it was duplicative they say methane can already be regulated under other rules but environmentalists methane is such a problem that it needs special attention. Here's a Peter Zahle South with the Group Environmental Defense, fund? Reducing methane emissions. Is One of the fastest whammos, low cost and most effective ways that we can combat climate change in the near term, and he says, there are side benefits to that old rule that the Obama administration had had passed because it also reduces other pollution that harms people's health. That's what we would expect to hear from an environmental group. But explain why some big oil companies also want to stick with the twenty sixteen rule even if it does cost the money to comply. Yeah and these are companies names we recognize Exxon Mobil BP shell they have a lot invested in natural gas and they worry if methane leaks continue to be a problem that could undermine their arguments that natural gas is a cleaner burning fossil fuel than say coal the president of Shell in the US Gretchen Watkins told us in a statement that she finds it frustrating and disappointing. The Administration is rolling back these regulations, her companies and others plan to continue their efforts to reduce methane emissions and some. States also have their own programs underway. So states and big companies are still focused on stopping these leaks is the trump administration's robot going to have much of an effect. It likely will especially because there won't be that requirement to go back and stop leaks at older wells Environmental Defense Fund calculates. The effect would be about the same as adding greenhouse gas emissions from one hundred coal fired power plants every year by rolling back these these these regulations. But there are two caveats here. One is the rollback will be challenged in court and second if Joe Biden wins in November and Democrats take control of the Senate, this nothing rule could be reversed again NPR's Jeff Brady thank you. Thank

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Weinstein reaches tentative $19M deal with accusers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Weinstein reaches tentative $19M deal with accusers

"There's a settlement in the works for those who accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct word of the settlement comes from the New York state Attorney General and the lawyers involved in a class action suit against the disgraced Hollywood producer it would total nearly nineteen million dollars and cover dozens of women who say that Weinstein took advantage of them sexually under terms of the settlement the accusers could claim anywhere from seventy five hundred to seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars Weinstein was convicted earlier this year of rape and sexual assault against two women in twenty seventeen accusations by dozens of women torpedoed his career and helped give rise to the me too movement part of a global reckoning to hold powerful men accountable for sexual misconduct I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Weinstein reaches tentative $19M deal with accusers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Weinstein reaches tentative $19M deal with accusers

"There's a settlement in the works for those who accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct word of the settlement comes from the New York state Attorney General and the lawyers involved in a class action suit against the disgraced Hollywood producer it would total nearly nineteen million dollars and cover dozens of women who say that Weinstein took advantage of them sexually under terms of the settlement the accusers could claim anywhere from seventy five hundred to seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars Weinstein was convicted earlier this year of rape and sexual assault against two women in twenty seventeen accusations by dozens of women torpedoed his career and helped give rise to the me too movement part of a global reckoning to hold powerful men accountable for sexual misconduct I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:58 min | 4 months ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And this is a non paid for endorsement by the way but if you have not read blitz by David Horowitz and you are a conservative minded thinker you really have to pick it up if you're interested in debating deranged liberals with facts if you want to better understand what's really happening in the ideal war for the soul of America I highly recommend blitz by David Horowitz it L. answers things like why why is the Chinese Communist Party spending nineteen million dollars a day every day on social media why are they doing that well I'm gonna tell you part of it because of Donald Trump wins reelection we could not only expect to see more action to decouple from China but also an education campaign aimed to explain to Americans why reducing your supply chain reliance on China is so important it's important for our national security pick up a blitz by David Horowitz and I think it'll it'll definitely enlighten you thought here was in a safe retirement solutions radio and I would just want to go over some of the rules we were talking about before the break if you want to collect if you're collecting social security then you want to get unemployment there are some rules that you have to adhere to if you're hoping to collect both social security and unemployment well you're in luck because there's nothing standing in your way of getting both these are benefits that are owed to you as long as you qualify for the unemployment under the Maryland state requirements here or any state a few listing from Pennsylvania with big pet peeve of Pennsylvania Delaware come see this so if you're qualified for your state requirements you can get your benefits even if you are on social security and while unemployment benefits can be reduced under state rules if you are an income from doing work while receiving them you won't see a reduction based on the money that you're getting from your social security checks now although some states did dog benefits in the past all repealed rules allowing that and money from unemployment also won't count as wages that affect the amount of your social security checks as well so it's there's really no reduction in your retirement benefits based on jobless benefits so in answer to your question here if you can get both the full amount of unemployment and social security thanks you're entitled to each which really can go a long way especially with this does pandemic that we're in right now but keep in mind your social security benefits could be affected if you go back to work so although your social security checks will be affected by the income you receive from your.

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Khloe Kardashian Selling Calabasas Home for Nearly $19M

Daily Pop

01:37 min | 5 months ago

Khloe Kardashian Selling Calabasas Home for Nearly $19M

"Could Khloe interesting get back together. You guys please weigh in Morgan. You're giving me a face. I think it's very very very possible. Hundred ten percents getting back together. Tristan is a playa. He's done his bad stuff. But truth is the glued. I think come true you no that this is not happening. No you just said it's gotten. He's a player. Play or not GonNa Change. I get that that's who he is but I feel like the longer. He's spending with chloe and people around. Khloe count. Stop the two of them being together. The more they're going to be to end up together again. Yeah they have in quarantine together. It's been very positive for true in the family. We're told every one is doing great. I think they're doing this for the sake of true. And for her just having a happy home with mom and dad both present But you know we learned that she's moving out of her math of Calabasas and state and she's selling it for nineteen million dollars and a source tells us that she's planning to move into a bigger home. I think the bigger home is because she doesn't even have to see Tristan while they're quarantining together. I I don't think that's it either. I disagree with that I just. I really do. Think that look. They've gone through hell and back. They have managed to be amazing. Co parents I feel like that's always been. Her role is just raising true. And I just think like true that an age where. She's not gonNA notice. Her Dad is around all the time or not so for them to be quarantining and spending all of their time together. Twenty four hours a day for the most part for what it's been like now three months. You don't do that with somebody if you don't love them. Still

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Miami Commissioners To Discuss 19-Million-Dollar Budget Crunch

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Miami Commissioners To Discuss 19-Million-Dollar Budget Crunch

"Miami commissioners holding the virtual meeting today to discuss the mid year budget that's nineteen million dollars in the red all because because of of the the coronavirus coronavirus commissioner commissioner chair chair Ken Ken Russell Russell says says they're they're discussing discussing talking talking about about a a city city wide wide hiring hiring freeze freeze postponing postponing asphalt asphalt repairs repairs at at Miami Miami marine marine stadium stadium even even delaying delaying a a quarter quarter million million dollar dollar upgrade upgrade to to the the city's city's technology technology systems systems parking parking has has not not been been paid paid for for and and and and a a lot lot of of tickets tickets that that have have been been issued issued and and fees fees have have not not been been gathered gathered for different things that that would would would normally normally normally be be be happening happening happening when when when residents residents residents are are are using using using their their their city city city he he he says says says the the the delays delays delays will will will ensure ensure ensure there there there will will will be be be no no no layoffs layoffs layoffs or or or furloughs furloughs furloughs for for for workers workers workers commissioners commissioners commissioners must must must approve approve approve this this this proposed proposed proposed budget budget budget amendment amendment amendment this this this week week before before can can take take effect effect

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Justice Department Files Charges Against Former Blue Bell CEO

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Justice Department Files Charges Against Former Blue Bell CEO

"The US justice department sues Texas based blue bell has agreed to plead guilty to charges it shipped contaminated products linked to a twenty fifteen listeriosis outbreak I will cost them over nineteen million dollars bluebells former president Paul Cruz all was also charged with seven felony counts it's related to his alleged efforts to conceal from customers that the company knew about the Listeria

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Washington D.C. could see a summer surge of coronavirus infections

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Washington D.C. could see a summer surge of coronavirus infections

"D. C. leaders have warned of a summer surge of coronavirus cases to prepare for it the city's convention center will become a hospital it's set to become a five hundred to fifteen hundred bed facility and it's being transformed by the army corps of engineers mayor Muriel Bowser says set up will begin Monday with five hundred non intensive care beds available by the first week of may still she says the facility is for a worst case scenario and the goal is to not have to use it the hill reports the project is expected to cost about nineteen million dollars John Aaron WTOP

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Judge OKs PG&E plan to pay $19M in fees from victims fund

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Judge OKs PG&E plan to pay $19M in fees from victims fund

"Victims of the PG&E negligence in the annals in California twenty seventeen and eighteen bars fires are still waiting for their settlement money it's a multi billion dollar trust fund who gets the money first looks like those who administer the funds that plan approved by a federal bankruptcy judge will send at least nineteen million dollars from the victim's pool of money to to administrators and lawyers for a company handling the claims of eighty two thousand people and if PG&E has plans to get out of bankruptcy missin end of June or August deadline those costs could at least double while the propose funds and use of stock to compensate victims is supposedly worth thirteen and have been in dollars it could be devalued amid the economic turmoil the covert nineteen operates and any significant payouts to administrators first could trigger victims fears of the fund may be insolvent before all the claims are settled

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Nineteen million dollars in the last month so what's next in the impeachment process Democrats say transcripts of some closed door testimony could be released as early as next week and hearings could start in the middle of this month acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney scheduled for house step deep is deposition today a missing college student in Alabama his now believed to be the victim of foul play so say police about nineteen year old and night out Blanchard was last seen eight days ago rescue V. is turned up with newly made dents and scratches correspondent Steve Austin Sami says the teen is the stepdaughter of UFC fighter wall terrorists the governor of Alabama is offering a five thousand dollar reward UFC president Dana white is also helping I'm contributing an additional twenty five thousand dollars Alabama governor K. I've is five thousand dollar reward family and friends of the young women are taking anyone who can help to do so there's somebody out there knows anything or know the whereabouts of my daughter please please please Beijing to let someone know planters family says her debit card was last used the night she went missing the reward money for tips has since climbs to eighty thousand dollars in the case winds news time three thirty five stop Aug swings open the doors of a new store near Penn station next Tuesday and there's something different about this one the coffee chain is opening Starbucks pick up a first of its kind location in the U. S. that encourages orders and payments from it at the Starbucks pick up is about half the size of a regular cafe and arriving customers look for their name on the order status board Starbucks officials say the new store format and ordering ahead is aimed at people who want seamless beverage food pick up and their busy lives I'm in Kate's always a recall of ready to bake toll house cookie dough Nestle says the products could contain at rubber pieces the cookie dough in bars tubs and tube shaped charms were shipped nationwide into Porter Rico but no reports of any injuries or illnesses the company urges its customers to toss the cookie dough in contact Nestle consumer services for more information with news time three thirty six art this is the Bob thirty gradually since to the middle finger Mary Morris she just announced that her and her husband are expecting a baby Morris you really spoken album and single titled girl earlier this year posted to Instagram irony is just to read that after a year of living in the girl has faced the universe would give us a baby boy to.

2020 Democrats reveal third quarter fundraising totals

Rush Limbaugh

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

2020 Democrats reveal third quarter fundraising totals

"We're getting the first third quarter fundraising reports from Democrats running for president Bernie Sanders twenty five million dollars the best of anyone during the campaign so far the campaign says the numbers were boosted by record breaking wave of donations in September meanwhile rival mehr people digits of south bend Indiana raise a little more than nineteen million dollars in the third quarter of this year a decrease in his campaign's fundraising efforts over

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After the Hurricane, Dealing With Insurance Claims

WAOK Programming

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

After the Hurricane, Dealing With Insurance Claims

"New figures show nearly nineteen million dollars in insurance claims have been filed by Floridians because of hurricane Dorian this state office of insurance regulation says nearly four thousand claims have been filed so far with more than a third already closed Dorian because relatively minimal damage in Florida after devastating the Bahamas earlier this month by contrast hurricane Michael left behind an estimated seven billion dollars in property damage when it struck the Florida panhandle as a category five storm last October Recco show NBC

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WEEI

"The scenes were prepared to go to about nineteen million dollars a year so by holding out he gets an extra million dollars a year which by his estimation was worth it but he was getting issue you wanted to comment he made it very clear to his group at today with the same spring op was the day that you wanted this deal wrapped up and there wasn't that much negotiating they have to do for the time that he held out when the saints right nineteen million dollars a year on average so the time this morning that they agreed to a deal that basic comes in at twenty million dollars a year on average worth up to at least with all the incentives factor into the deal Michael Thomas gets what he wants Adam Schefter Michael Thomas massive contract extension great for the states great for Michael Thomas I'm sure drew Brees just thrilled granted Julio Jones said he's not waiting around for guys like Michael Thomas to sign that contract well I hope he was paying attention in fact I know he was paying attention because the guaranteed money that came in for Michael Thomas will be the base will be the actual platform of negotiation for Julio Jones Julio just better receiver so he's gonna get paid more money and more money means more guaranteed money so I hope that Julio Jones at both eyes fixated on this back and forth and yes it's great that Michael Thomas secures this bag and got paid because that's what wide receivers to top talent gets paid in the NFL but do you really need a top level talent to that position to win a Superbowl and the answer is no so Julio Jones is now the focus and Michael Thomas did his little dance and it paid off but as you heard Adam Schefter say that dance was inconsequential ultimately in the long run anyways because the saints were always going.

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Falcons, DT Jarrett beat deadline, reach deal

Tiki and Tierney

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Falcons, DT Jarrett beat deadline, reach deal

"Dollars the deadline for signing franchise players to a long term deal is past the falcons ink defensive tackle Grady Jarrett to a four year deal with forty two million guaranteed what today we on clowning in the Texans failed to come to terms Robbie Gould gets a two year ten and a half fully guaranteed deal from the forty Niners it could go to as high as four years and nineteen million dollars with

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Over $3 Billion in New Money Given Out on Day 1 of 2019 NBA Free Agency

CBS Sports Radio

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Over $3 Billion in New Money Given Out on Day 1 of 2019 NBA Free Agency

"There's certainly a lot of money flying around Sean in fact as of the start of the show it was three billion dollars that had been committed to this point is there one contract that you saw with the money and thought holy crap we have jumped the shark well I mean I don't think there's anything that right is quite to the level of some of those who got the contract for you what we think about the first night of free agency the Lakers were throwing like seventy million dollars at ten of a mile gabar Luol Deng or or some of those ones there's nothing quite at that level I'm not sure really understand Terry road you're getting nineteen million dollars a year Charlotte I don't really know that that a good use of that money some of these some water lander was doing like I don't think I'll prove to me new or Terrence Ross are bad players I just don't understand what they're doing spending that money on the on those guys with it like but those are the ones are kind of sticking out to me it's just kind of weird I keep I still when I read the flying cannot believe it but Damian Lillard will have a player option for fifty four point three million in the last year of the extension he signed with the Blazers Dino he's worth a Max deal but one season fifty four point three million dollars I mean that's the thing like you so much shock with with this stuff but I think I think I think a lot of a lot tackle him like I I get I get this a lot on the the one ninety nine that you don't have a look all your like this guy's never may also argue they can get fifteen sixteen million people kind of have to I'm gonna have to re calibrate what these contract are because there's just so much more money in the league right now because of the TV deal they find you're going like revenue just keep going up as they continue to grow the game internationally and especially over the next few years now that sports betting is becoming more of establishing accepted fitting like I think that's gonna bring even more revenue into the league meet Ron tractors gonna keep going up and up to the actual dollar amount people are going to kind of have to get used to the staggering numbers that you look at your like waiting this guy who maybe like a mid level role player who five years ago would be making four million dollars a year making fourteen now it's

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Patriots sign Julian Edelman to two-year extension

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Patriots sign Julian Edelman to two-year extension

"The New England. Patriots and wide receiver Julian Edelman have agreed to a two year contract extension featuring nineteen million dollars in new money including Nate, million dollar signing bonus. The thirty two year old Super Bowl MVP's coming off a season of seventy four catches rate hundred fifty yards and six touchdowns in only twelve games, missing four due to being suspended for violating the league's performance enhancing drug

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Steak 'n Shake ordered to pay $7.7M in unpaid overtime

Total Information AM

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Steak 'n Shake ordered to pay $7.7M in unpaid overtime

"Desk. Three million dollar judgment against stake in shake turned into more than seven million when a federal judge in Saint Louis tacked on extra legal fees and damages to Saint Louis area steak and shake managers sued in two thousand fourteen saying the company didn't pay managers overtime in violation of federal and state law. It's another blow to steak and shake eleven area locations have closed over the past few months due to franchisee takeovers, according to the company, but business insider reports the chain lost nearly nineteen million dollars in the first three months of the year and s and p global markets named steak and shake one of the most likely companies to go

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Steak 'n Shake CEO: No cherries on milkshakes could save $1 million

America's Truckin' Network

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Steak 'n Shake CEO: No cherries on milkshakes could save $1 million

"His restaurant chains as we all know have come and gone. Big names that we thought would never disappear. But there's always something new on the horizon might stay can shake. Be the next to disappear. That's what summer asking. According to the report this past day that state can shake his hemorrhaging cash. And their CEO did very little to inspire any confidence. It has ability to turn around when he suggested cutting costs by ditching the cherries that have adorned of their signature milkshakes for more than eighty years. Needs a cherry on top. Right. According to the recent account that had the chief executive suggesting the just eliminating the cherry from the milkshake would save a million dollars a year. They got an operating loss of nearly nineteen million dollars in the first quarter. So eliminating the cherry on top. That's one million out of nineteen million. Just in one core. Don't think that's going to fix things. A million dollars a year. Is only a quarter of a million dollars per quarter. They lost nineteen million in the first quarter. So investors are not impressed. The outlook for the Indianapolis based chain is dimming customer traffic down thirteen percent. The last three years down seven point seven percent in the first quarter. Apparently, the didn't help his cause when he detailed how he intends to reverse course of a plan. That includes transferring the four hundred company owned restaurants to single store franchisees. As well. As invested about forty million dollars on new milkshake machines. Now, if you're if you're a fan of steak and shake we know they're shakes have been made the same way for eighty five years hand dipped ice cream into the stainless steel containers. Mixed with fresh milk topped with whipped cream and a cherry. The CEO says. I guess he wants to go the route of. Most of the other fast food joints. I he says he's going to literally reinvent the milkshake making process. So again, investors not real impressed with that idea. Either. How's it going to be able to invent a milkshake process and turn the whole chain around one? But yeah, so if he wants to go to the the likes of the shake machine. Which said we'll speed up the process takes too long to hand dip and mix up those

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Ed Oliver Agrees to 4-Year Rookie Contract with Bills

Nightcap with Ryan Gates

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Ed Oliver Agrees to 4-Year Rookie Contract with Bills

"News at Oliver his signed his rookie deal with the bills. The for the first round pick from this year's draft signing nineteen million dollar contract guaranteed over four years with a twelve million dollar signing bonus. In fact, the entire two thousand nineteen bills draft class aside from titan Dawson knacks signed their rookie contracts today ahead of the rookie minicamp that starts tomorrow down in orchard park along with eight undrafted free agent signing

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Tech is helping house cleaners get benefits

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:14 min | 1 year ago

Tech is helping house cleaners get benefits

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA in order to support the show. We need the help of some great advertisers in order to find great advertisers. We need to know a little bit more about you. So please go to pod survey dot com slash tech report. And take a quick anonymous survey that will help us get to know, you a little better that way, we can show advertisers. Just how great our listeners are. Plus once you've completed the survey you can choose to enter for a chance to win one hundred dollars Amazon gift card, terms and conditions apply. Again, that's pod survey dot com slash tech report. Thanks for your help. You're supposed to tip your house cleaner write about kicking into their disability insurance from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy on jed Kim in for. Molly would. Some might consider domestic employees the original gig workers. There are a lot of similarities like intermittent income, and no real safety net is a problem that affects millions of workers like nannies caregivers and housecleaners the national domestic workers Lance is trying to change this. There's something it calls its innovation arm and DWA labs. It's bringing financial tech to domestic workers. It's new platform called Leah directs digital payments towards benefits for housecleaners. Marketplace's Lila Goldstein talked with one user about the platform, alleviate Mahia is a house cleaner in Brooklyn. Her son David is in the third grade and has a lot of school trips in always always he won. I can go with him. It used to be saying, yes, meant losing income. But last year, she went with her son's class to the prospect park zoo and still got paid thanks to a platform called Leah. It helps gig workers like her earned benefits. Like paid time off she pulls up the website on her phone Huma Boya plataforma. The leeann is the Mittel me contra Sania, she logs in chooses the worker option and sees a total dollar amount. It's money clients have contributed specifically for benefits clients select the client option find their house cleaners account and choose whether to give the platform recommends five dollars per cleaning this money can only be used for benefits offered by Leah then go toward or contracts. Didn't they eat thing goals will they be their Mahy is taken out life insurance and accident insurance. She also took to pay days off. Here's how bad stun when a worker reaches one hundred twenty dollars on a Lia. They can trade it in for a prepaid visa card like a lot of financial tech tools. Elliott automates something that can be complicated for workers to do on their own longtime workers advocate Pollock Shah helped develop the Elliott platform. What technology is really doing is in neighboring all. All of these multiple parties coordinating them taking all this transactions. Putting it all in one place, and allowing for the worker to be able to draw down those benefits, and it gives clients a more formal way to contribute to benefits Mahia is already comfortable communicating virtually she rarely sees her clients. She just text them notamment them excluding this. They huddle Yemi Leoneto soda. She gets a key. And they leave her money on the table at first Mahia was a bit embarrassed to leave fliers inviting her clients to use a Leah. But then she thought about all the other types of workers who get benefits oughta Mattingly. You don't think benefits you one the toll moon, though, that I don't know if you've seen us, they a whole ISM benefits us. She thought why not me, but you'll notice way at the net. The Goldstein brought us that story alita currently doesn't offer some really important benefits. No health insurance, no retirement plan. But as the gig economy grows. More workers will be looking for alternative ways to get the benefits. They need. And now for some related links. You may remember that Uber recently settled with drivers in California and Massachusetts for twenty million dollars. The lawsuit raises the question of whether drivers are fully employed as or just contractors the agreement won't end that debate. But it does that an average of about twenty two hundred dollars per driver. In those states NBC reports that the settlement amount is pretty favorable for Uber, which is trying to sign up. Its image ahead of an IPO. Uber has kept the number of lawsuits from drivers down by making it the default that legal disputes, go through arbitration, beware. The wrath of the rideshare driver though. More than twelve thousand have opted to go through arbitration now Hoover foots, the fifteen hundred dollars filing fee, for such cases and Gizmodo calculates that comes to about nineteen million dollars in fees for Uber. There've been several other settlements for the company, but none that would seem to break the Bank after all we're is expecting to be valued at one hundred twenty billion dollars. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Patrick in Santa Cruz. California wrote to us to say marketplace is an essential element in his life. And that we're helping make him smarter through high quality thought provoking and informative journalism to join Patrick and supporting what we do. Please donate online today at marketplace dot org. Thanks to Patrick and all the marketplace. Investors who make our work possible. This marketplace by cast is brought to you by brother investment tank printers. 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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Abbas tear flash briefing are ask your smart speaker to play WCBS eight eighty it's eleven forty two. Now sports I with Brad Heller the White Sox today the Yankees on Wednesday and the Phillies on Thursday. That's the schedule for free agent. Manny Machado, according to USA today. The Yankees, of course, with that need to fill at shortstop as Dede gregorious recovers from Tommy John surgery. You all the Mets feeling there needed catcher reportedly agreeing to a two year deal with Wilson Ramos multiple reports as with nineteen million dollars and includes a team option for third year. Rama started last season with the rays made the AL all star team. He was the starting catcher before getting traded to the Phillies the thirty one year old three oh, six with fifteen homers and seventy RBI's James Dolan is not ruled out selling the Knicks. That's what he told the SPN in a rare interview Dolan says there's been talk that he could get as much as five billion dollars for selling the team. But the no one is comes through with a bonafide. Offer yet Dolan says he loves the Knicks loves the Rangers. And nobody in his family wants to sell the quote, you still have a responsibility to your shareholders the Knicks have loss. Six out of seven fall into the Pacers last night at Indy. They're back at the garden tonight to host the sun's speaking of the Pacers. They've made history announcing the hiring of Kelly Krauskopf is the first female assistant job in the NBA hockey tonight. The islanders will take on the avalanche in Denver devils goalie Cory Schneider landed on injured reserve because of an abdominal strain and Monday night football. The Panthers will try and snap a five game losing streak. They host the saints sports. I the twelve and forty two I'm Brad Heller eleven forty three when do you want to spot that burglar casing your home or after he's gone asked? John who's blink camera? Alerted him a burglars trying to break in while.

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"On a light necessary drug for which there is no patents. Like, not a new creation that you get seven years to sell it at inflated price. Insulin is a monopoly in the health care market, and the Republicans will break it. That's why support citizens for truth and drug pricing. That's why they support me. We do not like monopoly pricing. We think monopoly pricing is the worst thing for America. Meanwhile, big poll yesterday that came out and Martha mcsally up seven points seven points in Arizona, but do not delay. Arizona's early voting is just run away with it. That juicy win by twenty points. Now, David Garcia is completely collapsed. Kristen Kirsten cinemas collapsed. What really annoys me about the media is that they do not cover the races where the momentum has shifted it shifted again in West Virginia. Remember Joe Manchin with with his vote for cabinet to have protected himself against? Being hit by Patrick Morrissey. The very popular attorney general they thought he'd insulated himself. Could Joe Manchin voted for bread cabinet? They had a debate last night the moderator hammer, Joe Manchin, listen to this center mash in two thousand sixteen mile and pharmaceuticals became embroiled in a controversy. After the cost of the lifesaving epi pen and shot up five hundred percent in just a few years. Your daughter, Heather brash Marlins CEO was grilled on Capitol Hill for that price. Spike, you defended her and sent the attacks on her salary of nine hundred million dollars were quote, unquote, sensational records show, myelin, employs and executives have contributed over one hundred eighty thousand dollars to your campaign. You also said the real problem was too convoluted system that drove up the price. Why Senator was mansion justified while was Mylan justified in charging six hundred dollars for a two pack of life saving drugs that cost about twenty to thirty dollars to make first of all, Hoppy the system is broken. It has bred there. His daughter made nineteen million dollars running the epi pen rip off. I didn't know that. And Hoppy, whoever you are good for you for going right at it. Joe? Manchin daughter made nineteen million dollars off a big pharma having an epi pen price couch. The system is broken. He says well that means throw the people out who are broken. And that means Joe Manchin, go home, I think West Virginia joins my upset special trio. Hubin in New Jersey where just battering battering battering the corrupt Bob Menendez with extraordinary amount of ads and New Jersey. It is going to be the first one to report we'll see if Menendez goes down Democrats are gonna run for the doors. Then in West Virginia, Ken, Joe Manchin, just count on good old Joe versus that that should be an ad for Patrick Morrissey. They just play that question again. And again, and again to it does underscore the swamp in DC and my third upset specials Michigan where John James hadn't had any support. From the national groups John James is out there by himself using aggressive on air and web ads pointing out he is a combat pilot Naff ghanistan in Iraq, excuse me for the attack Apache helicopter after you got a West Point went back to mission got his NBA went right back to the hometown of Detroit where this African American entrepreneur created hundreds of jobs, and he just a dynamic candidate versus the invisible. And dull, Debbie. Stabbing. Now who's been in office collecting a government check for like forty years. So I think Michigan could change. And I wouldn't be surprised if Trump did go there on election night on election. Eight think Trump would do. So I looked at all the news today and I woke up happy..

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Many of them, especially when it comes to insurance, customers do have to fill out an application. So there would be some sense that they know they're signing up for it. Other products might be at it as a trial period or something like that, where it might not have been super clear what the customer was signing up for, and that's a lot of the problems we're running into. Now, these are products that would typically have monthly charges and whether the customer knew that they needed to opt out or what exactly they signed up for or what they applied for is in a very large grey area. So these are many different types of products that impact customers all across the country. Some might show up on their mortgages. Some might be build elsewhere. It's a whole, you know, kind of big span of what this could be. And that's why an aggregate the refunds are going to add up quite a bit, and it is impacting so many different customers and wills forego had previously announced that it was review. Doing its add on products, but you found out also that the consumer financial protection bureau is looking into this, what exactly are they investigating? Yes. So the Bank back in August two thousand seventeen did say in one of its securities filings, you know, just a quick sentence of were reviewing out on products. And what I've been hearing in my reporting is that it's it's so much bigger than just that, you know, we talked a little bit about the scale being, you know, hundreds of thousands of customers that could be impacted the tens of millions of dollars that could be refunded and that in relation any one of these add on products? Say, identity theft, protection or homework on t. products may not have a massive problem on its own, but at scale on an aggregate, it really is something the Bank is having a big time dealing with and it's something that the CFP consumer financial protection bureau is probing and investigating. And they're focusing specifically on whether custom. Mors were deceived their awareness of the products and their ability to cancel the products. And how is Wells Fargo handling the refunds for the add on products? What are they telling customers? What we learned in our reporting is that in mid thousand seventeen Wells Fargo actually stopped selling consumer add on products, and it's in the process of notifying customers about that. Some products are being terminated. Immediately. Others are being renewed after they expire and yet others or even more complicated when there are different third party vendors involved in the Bank has to sort that out as well. And so the Bank is in the process of refunding customers to, but it's complicated and it's, you know, the Bank is going through a whole slew of refunds right now we've written a fair amount about how some of them have been going, very smooth others. You know, it's a lot of systems involved, and the process is just taking a very long time in particular. Wells Fargo did say on Friday when it reported second quarter earnings that it took a six hundred nine. Nineteen million dollar charge in the second quarter to refund customers that had previously overcharged in its foreign exchange business, its wealth management business. It's auto lending business, and it's mortgage business. So it is in the midst of a huge amount of refunds that are all extremely complicated. They're all nuanced and you know, lot of it has to do with how Wells Fargo's communicating to customers, but it's looking for and how quickly it actually sends votes refunds out. And it does take quite a bit of time. You mentioned that Friday earnings report. How much could this scandal end up costing the Bank? Could they be taking a big hit from this as well? So right now we, we wrote and reported tens of millions of dollars. I did talk to some sources who said it might even exceed the amount of refunds that Wells Fargo has so far disclosed for its auto lending issues. That is about one hundred eighty eight million. It's complicated because it's a lot of different products with lot of different systems. It. It is sometimes involving third party vendors and relationships there..

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on First Things First

"You i hear that all the time about being in a market obviously not on the east coast when i go on east coast the media's unbelievable follow young guys that you know came up in the league when i came up and just have unbelievable talent and just enjoy every bit of it like i do i play the game hard they play the game hard like you said machado seeing him would harper mookie betts and jd martinez it's it's always fun competing against them you're gonna ask him teammates i'm a baseball guy you know after game i'm i'm looking at you know what our teams did and guys do and it's that's how i am mike trout an alex rodriguez and the lovely washington monument on a warm but beautiful day here in washington dc we are live at nationals park getting ready for tonight's eighty nine annual major league baseball allstar game chris carter nick right i can't that whole interview is during the all star game we'll see it yet coverage starts at seven thirty two it's very it's always it's one of the cool things will be honest about doing shows with chris versus shows i've done in the past where you don't have you always get a different level of honesty from a hall of fame caliber athlete when there's someone they meet at i level onset like you and i have done shows in the past when crispin out and we've had pro football players on and it's always a different different feel and so when you have a guy is good as aero shows crap ceiling you're not here that's what he's trying to say he's using so many more word that separate you might is when you have a guy is good as a rod there aren't many people that can meet mike trout eyetoeye on baseball ability arod can so i think you're gonna get see different side of trout than we've been able to see many of his interview it's totally different because the if the guy's doing the interview the right way those a more of an understanding of we've been through the same thing so the respect level i mean you can respect the broadcaster but as a different level of respect that someone has been through or going to go through the same things that you've been through and so we haven't really been able to see like an insight into who mike trout is because he's kind of we know he's an amazing baseball player and so i'm excited to watch that tonight i indeed moving onto the nba now big day for quiet leonard and the san antonio spurs no late in sign them but now they can pay him the spurs canal officially offer him the five year approximately two hundred nineteen million dollar supermax contract that being said quite still reportedly wants to be traded to loss angeles where he would make less money see what is the is willing to leave that money on the table in order to go play somewhere else it just speaks to hawaii is as far as overall character one of the things he's about he spent most of his life in the san diego area wants to be back in that area wants to play for a different organization preferably the clippers are the lakers those only two choices far as where he wants to go and it also lets you know that there are some things within santo ten antonio's organization that he has decided he would much rather not be a part of and money is not his motivation he believes in southern california he'd be a lot happier so that's the reason why he's he's made the decision to four san antonio trade him see if you didn't know coli in his people if you were just if this were pick a different player if this were anthony davis just another superstar caliber player and you didn't know the.

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on KNSS

"And finalizing the top five flicks this weekend after four weeks and earning one hundred fourteen million dollars domestically oceans eight this week with a nineteen million dollars at the box office that's fox on film and let's take a look at some other things going on in the world we do have a big birthday today we do longtime qena says stalwart guy bauer how many birthday today about that guy's been the host of the good life he has on qena s for years and years and years every saturday at noon right is it he's been cana says longer than i am yeah happy birthday guy or she can tune into guy every saturday at noon and he talks about food and he talks about wine and he talks about his travels all over the world good light it's pretty good stuff yeah happy birthday today to guy bauer we do have a movie anniversary today it came out in wichita movie theaters sixty years ago on this day king creole elvis move ellis now you're over there scout i've never seen it i'm not a huge elvis fan so i've never seen how's it rank as far as elvis well is good this was directed by michael kirk t's really man the directed casablanca and yankee doodle dandy really white christmas mildred pierce did know that and it's got elvis presley carolyn jones walter matthau good cast yup they surround the name of a good cast elvis has always said that of all the characters he played his acting career this role in king creole was his favorite you got a sixty day deferment from being inducted into the aright film is because they already had it in the works and then he got his draft notice and they let him off for two months to at least get this movie finished up soundtrack song hard headed woman reach reached number one on the billboard pop charts presley apparently michael kerr tease told him elvis to lose fifteen pounds and shave his sideburns any he did the good roll roll out of it yeah the elvis movie king creole came out in wichita movie theaters sixty years ago today let's get a little king trio now he crowns his meteoric rise to fame with a fiery burst of dramatic power as hard loving hard hitting any fisher who saying his way up from the gutters of lusty brawling new orleans there were to be many women indonesia but only to who really count nellie who knew too little about love i've never been to a place like this before but i want to see you again ronnie who knew too much what are you doing how'd you get into how do you fighting for the upper hand driven temper that was his pathway to destruction new.

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on Full Court Press

"A veteran guy that is interested in team like that miami this is the where the provisions makes tyler johnson the nineteen million dollar player josh richardson up to nine million but that's easily returns the value there do they bring back ellington that's another guy that might really interesting for the timber wolves i would commit three years it's not for middle exception there he functioned without a very successful defence of team last year with miami can absolutely shoots basketball and but miami also wants to be a player for anybody that's possible they would have to move on a players for example of lebron riddick wanna go back there or if that's where you know some other free agent wanna play with the georgia whoever but they have a kind of a fairly pedestrian roster in the big i saw whiteside really holding back the opposite of teams that are aiming to spend low the center position and beata while a really prioritize other positions don't add no idea there's a market trade him if that's something that they wanna do i talked all year long last year how you can't play in the fourth quarter because it's just a terrible decision maker especially with the tiger gets a a game gets means get but you know the waiters coming back healthy you know jay johnson is tradable any player lee they made them last summer that kind of took it on you james johnson's tradeables anybody i do i think that he could be seen as a guy that team really really could say he's he's i don't i don't hate them it's just he's got he's making fifteen fifteen fifteen and a half sixteen but he's so versatile at that size and even killing olympic he's so versatile at that size what's a lennox make an how much i don't know if i'm that rosie on those deals yeah lennox eleven twelve twelve it's just again given how depressed this market is i don't think this this summer you could trade them for anything at some point they might return value on it but but i think you can go get a kelly olympic type player a james johnson type of player for less than what their kin but if you're interested in the really trustworthy better go play hard every possession be cushal will buy into the team thought now that that amount of talent you're exactly right but guys that you trust the really buy in and work hard i think that's where they're a little bit separated from the maybe their talent equal counterparts for share towel perspective with the the whole tucker shirt to it's like you could you can justify paying him and probably a ways into his thirties because you know you just gonna work hard right and i think james shots probably comparison there but fifteen million a year i don't know i don't millionaires a lot in this in this landscape right now like who's going to get three years forty five million this summer very few players are going to get over fifty million a year for three years and that's what would you trade johnson and the future i bring jane johnson back and let him play the snowball five milwaukee and really just unlock i mean when he looked wonderful walkie yeah but but henson is henson is a very negative contract is you're going to touch something of value like prospect or e probably thirty vault under saying milwaukee was super incentivized to james johnson really go back you could probably find eighteen scenarios i think that really i'm with it's funny it's just like are they worth the dollars and sense this is the whole andrew wiggins conundrum that like happened that every conversation i have all the time is is it hinders the wolves at andrew wiggins is on a team for twenty between twenty five and thirty millions over each year but they probably could trade him without attaching major assets to so that's kind of what i know that sounds weird but that's what the james johnson situation was the same thing for me is he looks like a guy that team is knocking on the door and just needs that veteran god is versatile in the front court okay yeah that's the perfect guide at kinda round of outs right shoot the ball conciliate please hard on defense you know is solid mentally is is is they come as just more around that that type of guy so i just like okay we're peace away we have like top talent we just need that glue guy that's up munari player if he just evaluate him on.

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Because we want to know what you want to know out of god's so we got a lot to get to the nba draft was last night we got book it coming up which is a segment made for stugatz that'll work in very nicely but let's start as we always do let's see if cliff can hit it with is important is not sounding like i'm telling you that right now and what's trending well the knicks did not trust michael porter jr surgically repaired back and they didn't trust the medical information his agent was desperately sending teams scott perry and his first draft as an ex gm instead selected forward kenny knocks out of kenton knox gives me out of kentucky with the ninth overall pick yeah and again we just had jay bilas i loves kevin knox so we'll see how goes but again this is passing on a guy michael porter jr who because of medical and that was really the sole reason ends up going fourteen in the draft when everybody thought he could be the number one pick when he was rated out of highschool just to put a little number two that the number one pick eight and it's gonna make a thirty one point two million dollars the number fourteen picked twelve point five he's talking about a nineteen million dollar difference right off the bat because of the back surgery he has had but kevin knox gets chosen he gets by the knick fans which isn't surprising it's a birthright would we go thirteen other teams also passed the michael that's exactly exactly i'm okay with it i'll go joon totally fine with it as a knick fan i will say that they're just not in a place where they could take a chance against thirteen other teams passed on this kid who was supposed to be a top two or three talent and the draft so i'm okay for the next standpoint of them going a safer route here because the knicks don't have a lot of assets and not a lot of good players and hopefully they just add to what here's the other thing we have no idea correct we could sit here and speculate all we want for all we kevin might be the best player in this rat maybe it's michael porter but as we sit here today none of us including jay bilas i say this respectfully have any idea who's gonna turn out to be the best guy in the street and none of us especially because i don't know how many of us have watched a lot of knox film from college his days there so last night was the first time i'd heard of kevin knox great player though transition upside wars really low ceiling really the court is great in transition he's really gonna help out whoever you may not know who he is right now but you will when you book it i can promise you that older that a little bit later we continue with well congratulations mike trout did not get a hit his thousand career game so clearly he's no longer great but he did reach base safely three.

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Welcome new outside the lines i'm bobbly one day before the nba draft the most compelling player on the movement makes as a franchise maker who wants out kawai leonard and his status our top story this wednesday in studio z you know it's going badly when you have lost giraffes in the elephants because kawai leonard something tells me it's no longer happening at the zoo the spurs superstar who was a near nonexistent factor this year at czar injury standoff with his club was now said he wants out of san antonio has had his grads membership and the san antonio zoo revoked tony parker lebron manage their memberships are still in fact that is the tweeted coup why cold very cold or in the case of some disgruntled spurs fans contemplating leonard's leverage departure from the shadow of the alamo vases hot or other toasty and an expensive way to express yourself apparently there's been some exchange of us short of flames and the very fact that's i coach gregg popovich was able to get some face time this week in san diego with leonard is news in and of itself since kuwait has been purposely letting the telephone ring on answered he wants out to los angeles which apparently is the destination your which is french but brian win horse speaks many tongues today we ask them to speak an informed analysis without any aides or dictionary i know you can do it so i'm gonna ask you let's start with the guy and popovich story off the woes report that co i wants los angeles they've met was this productive any sense this is going to move anything in the spurs direction the only thing the spurs can really do bob is offer him the two hundred nineteen million dollar supermax extension if they don't i don't really know what kowa has to talk about all the issues that gregg popovich could try to smooth out have been there for months there's been so much back and forth between both kawai and pop and the spurs through the media which is so unusual for the spurs organization and kawhi leonard and i think really signifies how deep rooted the issues are here and because they're deep rooted and long standing i would say it's uphill battle for the spurs to smooth them over and one thing we've learned about the nba over the last five or six years if a player want something bad enough and is willing to take the hits to their reputation that it would come along with you can get yourself to a city and if leonard's rate or run that gauntlet he can get himself los angeles that's we're going to wait and watch and how productive is it for pop to being the meaning given the speculation his future beyond the twenty twenty olympic games well i'll tell you what i'm looking forward to which could be some incredible moments is at the end of july the us olympic team team usa is scheduled to get together in las vegas as they prepare for their summer meeting kawai leonard is on that roster gregg popovich is the coach of that team quite quite as vital to team usa next year in the world cup and the twenty twenty olympics papas gonna coach them i almost wonder if pomp is the only thing he's trying to salvage that relationship he may know that the spurs relationship is over all right so i think it's federally mandated if you and i talk until i have to say the words lebron and probably put a question mark there in league with stephen smith report though that chris paul saying well i'd like to get him to houston but i know he's going to end up imos angeles our whole the.

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"That two hundred nineteen million dollar supermax contract that sources tell me that leonard in his camp would like to get from san antonio but that's not happening i'm told and history with the spurs their dna tells you they're not doing that until they feel comfortable that they can go forward together and that leonard really wants to be their personal last michael junior here on espn radio and the espn app and i don't know what that assurance is going to look like because again with so much of this and this is the positive about this situation is that hopefully from now on most of the this will happen behind closed doors because that's been the most shocking is that while kawhi leonard has said nothing all of his actions and the way that this is taking place publicly whether it was towards the end of last season tony parker managed nobly and other players publicly asking that kawhi leonard comeback we hear about this team meeting where you got teammates pleading with him to come back on the court all of this taking place in a way that's very unspoilt for that kind of drama we already had this the summer before gregg popovich is no stranger in these last few years to sitting down with his star players and trying to figure out a piece when you remember this happened with lamarcus aldridge last summer lamarcus aldridge who had been previously upset with his position with the spurs with his fit with this team thought about asking for a trade himself and gregg popovich and him sat down and gregg popovich to his credit worth so many of these all time great coaches the savings the bella checks on down the list we think of these guys is these unchanging forces of nature why would they have to change because everything they've done is worked gregg popovich to his credit has found a way to at times adjust to tinker as opposed based on the personality of the star in question because he understands how important that relationship is but also understands that the athlete is.

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"At all the i would agree with that any other story was there's been candidates ramp rampant speculation from everybody we've talked about it about the idea that the jaguars could go after a quarterback whether it's kirk cousin to someone else for i think they've put that to arrest 'cause they signed blake bortles to a new threeyear contract right today's extended his deal at nineteen million dollars per year which is actually not that bad when you look at what some quarterbacks are paid around the league while they have will actually have some confidence at him now because obviously dated not at the end of the first half of the afc championship game and maybe if they did maybe they would have been in the super bowl i don't think they will have confidence flanagan brawl at some point i mean if you pay your lock it is guide altaf ridiculous 3s wow all these still young 26 yeah he's still relatively unknown but at some point you get with a guy you gotta say okay we gotta take a shower this guy i wanna win i don't know if they want you to borrow on that senior royal john just say i'm not convinced that could have dangerous i gave him a threeyear deal will you know what they probably did they probably said to themselves what are our choices right now we can combat on bordeaux's we can cut him in the next couple of weeks as they would've had to have made a decision broadway thing marta or take whatever right cut and they get rid of them now you starting from scratch where you've got to outbid other teams on kirklands you can go after cousins go after one of the other one or two three vital his solar guys here but i think maybe of your tom coughling you looked in said or those really better options other other is that really the way to go sam bradford the way to go right is tie rod taylor the way to gado going young would be the way to go because they're trying to win right now right so.

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"A nineteen million dollar loan to manafort yeah i mean that's one of the questions that we would love to ask i mean one person's loan forgiveness is another person's bribe and so when that kind of value moves around you really wanna know what's being what's being promised or what's being done on the other side of it and as i said you know of all of the many russian oligarchs who whose names come up uh dairy posco's one who seems to be in this next this with the trump campaign because of his relationship with paul manafort look it's quite possible that there is no connection that there was that that was not an avenue of collusion if that is true it would be wonderful if he would answer those questions and i would think that perhaps you might even be eager to answer those questions if in fact that were true well let's see if you've got a chance to ask those questions are let's turn to subdue developments of the russia investigation of the wall street journal as you know reporting that the special counsel robert muller is that's the gedeon alleged planned for trump's former national security advisor michael flynn and his son michael flynn junior who is one of his father's advisors by the way they work together the journal reports they were offered fifteen million dollars to forcibly remove a muslim cleric got from turkey doolan gulan currently lives in pennsylvania and return them back to the turkish government to go on is accused of being involved in a 2016 cool against the turkish government accused by the turkish government there you're a member of the house intelligence committee of you've been briefed on this what can you tell us.

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The caller brought up the the party committees when it comes to the senate committee d s c c the democratic senatorial campaign committee at the campaign arm for them at at this a senate democrats raised nineteen million dollars in september their outpacing the republican senate committee in the same thing is happening on the house side as well the house campaign committee outpacing the republican committee in the third quarter by some nine million dollars what do you make of of those numbers two this is going to surprise you john there were some democrats who didn't believe donald trump is going to get elected president of the united states now that he is president there's a new level of activism in energy and in some democrats around the country saying i need to a need to donate two candidates i need to become a candidate myself and so i think some of the the democratic fundraising is reflected in this idea that they're looking for the next battle and looking for a way to take on president trump in a different way okay so square that with the republican national committee having forty four million dollars in the bank compared to just seven billion dollars for the craddock national committee that the main party committees not be campaign arms of the house and senate i i think the dnc is still recovering from eight years of president obama and what i mean by that is when president within senator obama started his presidential campaign with obama for america of that became involved in to kinda the defacto the dnc i mean that became the national party on the democratic side in over president obama's eight years in office the dnc was largely irrelevant because the president had his own operation now the president obama is not on the stage anymore the the focus goes back to the dnc and i think it's still recovering in in trying to regain its footing and in this kind of a new chapter for the party ohio always a battleground state sherry is until lido mind for democrats go ahead good morning actually i'm a republican but i i called in get the state that over all what's going on it's so important that we all i'll be aware of the.

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Next preseason game right if he doesn't look great in preseason game through three which is the one where usually play into the third quarter you've got to think about making the change to chat hitting on a loved yet haney to lead the dea but at least he's at least he's a stopgap into you can go draft someone else word blake bortles he hamstring you with nineteen million dollars if if blake portals i mean we talk about it's a season of of proving it for himself i think he's got a game to prove it for him said yeah i mean i mean it's been you know he a couple of years ago he had a great season through thirty five touchdowns was was talked about as being one of the upcoming right baldwin love great quarterback we let them at the super bowl said malik it was great in then next year you know he he has a terrible season and his his confidence issues have have gone into this season and i don't think that if he doesn't perform well show some progress yeah then they're not going to commit to now that's one thing the doug marrone i play for doug marrone when he was with the jazz he's ally kotoko he takes no no as many as note by voicing his opinion in you know if if he feels that bortles is going to handcuffed them then he you have no problem playing chad henny or bringing somebody else in which could be count cabinet conversation that we keep talking about over and over and over again i don't know if trump coffin very interesting but if they if they make the decision that blake bortles is sitting like he's the perpetual backup or like the non dressed the backup like they did with robert griffin just to protect them at eight eight eight changes the conversation down a jacksonville cause in we're not look at them.

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"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen million dollar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Rumsfeld on the hugh hewitt show just after president trump's visit to nato and now we turn to the news that you were also among your many jobs not only the author of known and unknown you're wonderful memoir and rumsfeld murals but you're the ambassador to nato president trump was at nato yesterday and here is what he said to our allies if all nato members said spent just two percent of their gdp on defense last year we would have had another one hundred nineteen million dollars for our collective defense and for the financing of additional in nato reserves we should recognize that with these chronic under payments and growing threats even two percent of gdp is insufficient to close the gaps in modernizing readiness and the size of forces we have to make up for the many years lost two percent is the bare minimum for confronting today is very real and very vicious threats secretary rumsfeld what do you make of the substance of this critique and the fact that he delivered it with the heads of government standing next to him among our nato allies an easy exactly on the mark when i was in back through we were working with our allies try to get them to make larger investment in their national security and today our allies are largely below two percent of gdp invested in defense of the united states has now dropped from ten percent under eisenhower kennedy and johnson ten percent of gross domestic product going to defense we're down below four percent so e e president trump is exactly right he's talking to the right people and there's no question but that the the deterrent effect if they nato allies do at what president trump is suggesting the deterrent would be vastly greater than it is today and that's for goal it's not to win a more excu be prepared for a war so let it doesn't occur how about that he did it with them standing right there in which some people who said his undiplomatic and unnecessarily embarrassing to them that utter nonsense if you're not gonna stand up and look people in the eye and tell them the truth these people are not youngsters they know their heads of government they they run those countries and they need to hear.

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