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As virus cases rise, Southwest sees slower travel recovery
"As coronavirus cases rise hopes are fading for a recovery for the airline industry the nation's fourth biggest airline southwest says there was a moderate increase in travel from August through last month but they see a slow down and what was hoped to be improving trends this month for thanksgiving and next month for Christmas jet blue is hoping for a turnaround it will stop blocking seats after the new year flights are seventy percent capacity now Nicholas Calio with the trade group airlines for America says because of the recent spike in corona virus cases demand is softening and it's probably not hard to figure out why he also said airlines are still losing about one hundred eighty million dollars a day I'm a Donahue
Robinhood has lured young traders
"And selling stocks on the smartphone. App Robin Hood has become incredibly popular this year especially since the covert pandemic started and there are a few possible reasons why I of everybody's home and has lots of spare time that's got to be part of it maybe. Also, of course, you know, maybe people had a little extra money to invest because so many restaurants and shops were closed also, maybe people sense an opportunity to buy stocks cheap when the stock market collapsed in the first month of the pandemic, whatever the reason Robin Hood announced recently that the amount of money, it makes people trading on its APP doubled in the second quarter of the year two, one, hundred, eighty, million dollars. It's a lot of traits. In the hood is also become kind of famous for the clever ways that it entices people to use. It's apt to and sell stocks. So Digital Confetti or some other animation might fall across the screen when you first deposit money into the APP, we are simple. Take away from that hard to get us in here. Yeah. And Robert also offers free stocks to people who sign up for a trial run into people who convince others to sign up. James. mccomb is twenty five lives in Long Island. New York he is a big robinhood user and there are several things he likes about Robin, Hood's design and how simple and seamless it is to keep track of what's happening for any company. He is interested in it's a great APP for easy information almost like a news feed but for stocks plus the Robin Hood. Shows a ranking the most popular stocks that other robinhood traders have been buying which. You know my convince new traders to join the party James. HIMSELF INVESTED MONEY IN UBER stock partly because it was number one on Robin Hoods popularity ranking I can kind of get a little bit of a sense of confidence like okay. People believe in this company because it's literally number one on the list currently James is what is known as a retail trader, which is basically anyone who buys and sells stocks for their own personal account not a professional investor who manages other people's money. In this year, it is retail traders like James who've really thrown themselves into the stock. Market. Because the US stock market has gone up in recent months, even hitting a new record high last week a lot of these retail traders have made quite a bit of money lately but other, maybe some reasons to worry that. So many retail traders have started buying and selling stocks using APPs like Robin Hood I would say two parts worried one part. Happy. This is Colin camerer. He's a behavioral economist at Caltech and he has studied the ways that people invest in the stock market collinses. One good thing about Robin Hood is it by making it so? Easy to start buying stocks. It might get people invested in the stock market who otherwise might never have bothered at all, and this can also help people learn more about how specific companies operate into to better understand how the economy works. Especially these days the digital age when it's so easy to find useful information. You know there's a lot of stuff under the hood, the economy, and it'd be good if people knew more about that and they may learn some by just buying selling shares of a particular stock and learning about what boards of directors do. You know how companies actually operate conn said, he was only one part happy and two parts worried about Robin Hoods popularity with retail traders. So here's why he's worried if there is one conclusion that the research about financial markets keeps arriving at again and again it's the individual traders who actively try to pick specific stocks buying stocks. They think we'll go up selling the stocks I think we'll go down are very likely to underperform the overall stock market and this does not just apply to retail traders it also applies. To professional money managers over the last five years eighty, two percent of mutual funds that tried to pick stocks underperformed the overall stock market, which means that most people are just better off investing in what they call an index fund that just tracks the performance at the stock market goes up and down with it over time and Collins says, retail traders are also vulnerable to psychological by sees lead them to make bad decisions when they invest especially, if they don't understand the risks that they're taking if you're buying somebody's selling. And you have to be confident that you're buying from someone who knows less than you about the future of the. So one of the elements in in retail trading is overconfidence. Everybody thinks they're above average also confetti. And? Just. Sucks right in. plus people fall victim to what's known as the disposition effect which makes people sell stocks that have gone up a little too soon missing out on making even more money people have a tendency to sell toxin went up and we think it's because there's a special kind of. Realization utility from actually locking gain and clicking and like seeing in your bank account. From your portfolio numbers on the screen into your bank account or something like would. So people so winners too soon and similarly they tend to hang onto losers typically in a kind of blind faith that it's GonNa Bounce back making these kinds of trading mistakes something that happens when people are actively and frequently buying and selling stocks, and of course, the ROBINHOOD APP is designed to get people to do just that and Robin Hood's business model actually depends on it.
Robinhood investors are beating the stock market
"Everyone Card your this is indicated from planet money. Buying and selling stocks on the smartphone APP Robin. Hood has become incredibly popular this year especially since the covert pandemic started and there are a few possible reasons why I of everybody's home and has lots of spare time that's got to be part of it maybe. Also of course, you know maybe people had a little extra money to invest because so many restaurants and shops were closed also, maybe people sense an opportunity to buy stocks cheap when the stock market collapsed in the first month of the pandemic, whatever the reason Robin Hood announced recently that the amount of money, it makes people trading on its APP doubled in the second quarter of the year two, one, hundred, eighty, million dollars. It's a lot of traits. Yeah in Robin Hood is also become kind of famous for the clever ways that it entices people to use. It's apt to and sell stocks. So Digital Confetti or some other animation might fall across the screen when you first deposit money into the APP, we are simple. Take away from that hard to get us in here. Yeah. And Robert also offers free stocks to people who sign up for a trial run into people who convince others to sign up.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Road ahead of us and the only way we win both now and in the future is to come together as one team one body the family that's what we are and that's what we always will be the deal includes a seventeen game regular season as early as twenty twenty one C. B. S. sports NFL insider Jason walking forward told CBS sports HQ the legal affairs will benefit from more football there's going to be more inventory of football the way you consume football is going to change their adding an entire TV package they don't have to take a single game away from the two Sunday packages the Sunday night package the Thursday night package or the Monday night package there will be an expanded playoff field starting this upcoming season with fourteen teams qualifying for the playoffs one by each conference other NFL news the Titans and quarterback Ryan Tannehill agreed the terms of a multi year contract reportedly four years worth up to one hundred eighty million dollars including sixty two million guaranteed that the Jaguars have reportedly agreed to trade defensive end Calais is Campbell to the ravens for a fifth round pick in this year's draft the ravens will also reportedly starring Campbell to a contract extension through twenty twenty one the deal becomes official the patriots in safety Devin McCourty reportedly agreed a three year deal worth twenty three million dollars with seventy million guaranteed an unidentified Yankees minor leaguer is the first major or minor league baseball player to test positive for the corona virus according to the Yankees that player diagnosed woke up Friday in which symptoms was tested that day the player had never been to Steinbrenner field with a major leaguers are during spring training NBA warriors guard Steph curry released a video on Twitter with a message for fans about the corona virus pandemic I know this time is pretty hectic and crazy and there's a lot of uncertainty here out there but just want to take the time to encourage everybody to practice social distancing to the best of their abilities jazz center Rudy go bear first NBA player to test positive for covert nineteen it released a video urging people.
Titans agree to four-year extension with QB Ryan Tannehill
"Ryan Tannehill the quarterback who helped lead the Tennessee Titans in the AFC championship game has signed a four year one hundred eighty million dollar deal to stay in Nashville when head coach Mike Rabal bench two thousand fifteen second overall pick Marcus Mariota in their week six loss to the Denver Broncos he turned to tenet health going forward the former Miami dolphin start and never looked back he led the entire NFL the hundred seventy point five passer rating stir the Titans to a seven three record the final ten games earned himself his first Pro Bowl nomination it was even named the Associated Press NFL comeback player of the year German takeover Nashville
Away CEO Steps Down After Investigation Reveals Toxic Work Culture
"Away the luggage startup founded by Steph Korean. Rian Jen Rubio has made a fortune by branding itself as a travel business. Not as what. It actually is a company that sells suitcases. More than half a million people mostly millennials selenium follower ways instagram feed the feed is filled with aspirational images of magical destinations cute dogs and babies and peaceful living spaces a recent Jason Hashtag advised followers to quote. Live like it's the weekend but for the company's employees life was anything but in fact there were often no weekends off for for months at a time the reality of working for away was so different than it's aspirational image. That co-founders Steph. Corey is now out as CEO. Corey left the executive post just four days. After the verge published a scathing article about a ways toxic work culture numerous former employees told reporters zoe schiffer for that. They were pressured to work. Almost endlessly typically without any overtime pay they also related many in-person slack conversations with Corey in which she berated and managers publicly for mistakes. Such as a single customer receiving a product with an incomplete monogram. Some employees also complained of discrimination against women and people of color color particularly within. Managerial ranks the verges schiffer. Backed up her reporting with several screen shots of slack messages written by Corey after the story was published Corey. Apologized jogged publicly on twitter. She wrote that. She was quote appalled and embarrassed by reading her own slack messages. She said she'd been working with an executive coach and promised to do better. That tweet led observers to believe that she wasn't planning to step down shortly thereafter. The company announced that a new interim CEO would take her place that new CEO is Stuart Hazelden who has been. CEO of Lululemon Athletico. He will start in mid January away. Disputes that had hired Hazelden because house of the verge investigation rather the company says away has been in discussions with him for months. According to the Wall Street Journal according to recode Hazelden had been planning to start it away as C.. CEO With the understanding that he would take corey spot. Presumably some months into the New Year Cory will remain as executive chairman. Gen Rubio will remain as has president and chief brand officer like many a Silicon Valley Unicorn away. His grown like gangbusters since Rubio Corey founded in two thousand fifteen. According to recode code the company has raised one hundred eighty million dollars in venture funding in May investors valued at one point four billion dollars Forbes reports that Corey and Rubio uh-huh stakes are each worth one hundred thirty million dollars according to the verge. Investigation Steph Curry often use the company's guiding principles all wrapped around fast growth as is reasons to castigate workers in particular. She attempted to get customer service. Employees to keep up with overflowing customer inquiries saying workers weren't sufficiently quote customer. Obsessed the article also depicts a workplace. That was dramatically understaffed whether these new revelations about aways toxic work environment will significantly only damage. The company has yet to be seen. The products themselves are well regarded but the online publication courts almost immediately published an article offering alternative luggage ideas that list is topped by products from Samsonite. which along
Georgia Department of Education Awards Literacy Grants to 38 School Districts
"Sent Georgia officials say they've won a major crash aimed at improving literacy in public schools governor Brian camp announced the nearly one hundred eighty million dollar award from the US department of education on Thursday the AJC reports they comprehensive literacy state development grand builds on prior federal grant money center Georgia the state got more than sixty one million dollars in two thousand sixteen which was distributed to nearly forty school districts the paper says after getting the money some local district sought literacy scores rise after they bought more reading focus textbooks and curriculum materials for younger
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"And twenty eighteen E. sports capture the attention of nearly four hundred million viewers worldwide according to eMarketer cable an OTC platforms took notice that stat with media rights revenues for a sports topping one hundred eighty million dollars one company thriving off the growing popularity of the sport is allied he supports the company recently went public after being acquired by black raging combining with W. P. T. enterprises CEO Frank paying for is this now from the nasdaq so Frank quite like this route rather than just a traditional yeah you know we were presented this opportunity lies share in July by a gentleman that we know over a wildflower Berman a successful businessman who did ideals many times and we're offering of this company so so then he presented this opportunity which okay and then there's that's why we're here today and we believe you know having about the platform would really help to push the full of business forward so how the E. sports market is changing it has gotten bad but now you got talk of any sports bubble are we in any sport I I do not see a bubble per se because these forces at the heart of video gaming and video game today we have two point three two point four billion people playing video games here more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings breaking news twenty four hours a day slash vehicle zero.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"E. sports capture the attention of nearly four hundred million viewers worldwide according to eMarketer cable an OTC platforms took notice that stat with media rights revenues for a sports topping one hundred eighty million dollars one company thriving off the growing popularity of the sports is allied E. sports the company recently went public after being acquired by black raging combining the W. P. T. enterprises CEO Frank paying for this now from the nasdaq where he rang the closing bell earlier so Frank quite like this route rather than just a traditional yeah well you know we were presented this opportunity lies here in July by a gentleman that we know very well Lyle Berman a successful businessman who did ideals many times and we're offering of this you know as companies so so then he presented this option and we took it and then there's that's why we're here today and we believe you know having a public platform would really help to push the for a business forward how the each sports market is changing it has gotten bad but now you got talk of any sports bubble are we in any sport I I do not see a bubble per se because you the force is at the heart of video gaming and video game today we have two point three two point four billion people playing video games regularly and any force is at the heart of that a new issue we already surpassed four hundred million on a global basis and this is just growing very fast but as an industry it is still at its early stage but the participant all the ins are huge already so we do see tremendous opportunity the lying in front of us now nice the fortnight World Cup recently was a huge success you do have multiple four nine events that you didn't hold that one but do you believe that fortnight itself that the game could be peaking best because there's now some concern about that well you know I I would say for that is still a wonderful title we have run many events with the app a fortnight before like last year with the ninja van it was hugely successful with two point seven million people watching it you need viewers six hundred thousand plus concurrent so you can create some amazing numbers but you know I I was just there are more titles going to the market and but the the overall total viewers of everything for four ninety two extremely strong and a little bit more about how you make your money so when you host let's say a fortnight tournament you know how do you make money off that well like like any other media companies first of all we have the sponsorship and we were more with a lot of our partners now and we have to get a second Mexico and their self esteem is selling the content we produce together so it's just like and like any you know TV companies are media company and we we have that part and we also were with a group of I'm sorry the Simon property the largest shopping mall you know owner operator in United States and you know we're we're also working on something like this I'm income people part or even that we designed just for them and again their cell seems working with us collectively to present the opportunity to their sponsors and their talents to fall so I think we're no different from any other traditional business in terms of how to monetize it is just you know the way content is the liver you know how sponsors get you know wrap their heads around this new opportunity we'll take a little bit of time to get you know and to get there but again the potential is huge all right we'll continue to watch how the sports market involves a ally E. sports CEO Frank bane thanks so much for joining us there from the nasdaq comment door dash is changing.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Who says we're going to do everything we can to stop illegal immigration across the board granting asylum there's been a whole group of laws are just been passed making it virtually impossible to ask for asylum making it far more difficult for illegal aliens even children receive benefits I mean that literally is how whether or not is false it fosters this kind of hatred now I'm gonna argue the other side too because if you goal completely opposite with the president says that it's open borders an immigration is gonna be the huge issue here believe me because immigration is at the bottom of what this is about it is out for those that are against the president this is not so much as an immigration issue as it is an anti Latino issue the immigrants of course start ninety nine percent are Latino as a matter of fact I think ninety percent now we're from Central America and so the argument is going to go on this is going to increase the are the the argument and a discussion and that is what do you do to help or not help or make it difficult and controlling our borders because it's all going to go down immigration that's where it's going to boil down to there is no question about it so it'll be gun control it will be I think the internet which is legitimate because now it is so easy for these hate groups and Hey any individuals to talk to each other I was just a platform clearing which I never use it used to be where you had some of these crazy guys and all they could do is stand on a corner with a bull horn yeah and have meetings with a couple hundred people that show up but realistically if we can't actually get control of some basic physical manifestations of what things like assault weapons the internet what are we gonna do now we're not with the Intel we're never going to be we're never ever going to be able to stock stop the dark web that's impossible but what I'm saying is it's a New World and not necessarily there are certain things we can control in their think certain things we can't control and those areas that we can't control all you can do is attempt to look at this odd this hate language and outlook add that the advocating of anti immigrant status and you we've heard it over and over again one of the shooters talked about how he was out and I think was a bad shooter we did a story about one of these perpetrators talking about he did it that was the el Paso no no no we're talking about sending off those those bombs was a little longer say again and yeah any talk about I did this because I thought the president was being attacked and I want to go I wanted to make sure that people who are anti trump are stocked any that they were gonna attack him too yeah so at yes true because he was stopped pro drugs from and so this is the climate that is being fostered and out there this was a bit of a tonal change at the beginning of this press conference for the present for the president is to have a very definitive where what two sentences about racism Hey Dan white Nash which is and this is why those people that oppose for the president are spinning and arguing his hypocrisy I mean just spinning and the Democrats I mean the democratic speech writers in the world right now I mean they have not god they have not stopped I mean they're developing their responses right as we speak all right coming up but I do we have Jim Ryan okay we'll talk to Jim Ryan whose live in el Paso el Paso and find out what the latest is there all right Jennifer Europe president trump is described the mass shooting Saturday in Texas and Ohio is crimes against all humanity can be committed by twisted monsters in one voice our nation must condemn racism a tree and white supremacy the sinister ideologies must be defeated Hey it has no place in America jump says Congress must pass new laws he also says the problem requires cultural change including less violence in video games trump says he is directing officials to find ways to detect potential shooters before they act the shootings in el Paso Texas in Dayton Ohio killed a combined twenty nine people the shooting in el Paso is being investigated as domestic terror and as a possible anti immigrant hate crime several presidential candidate say president trump bear some responsibility for the hateful attacks former congressman better roku is from el Paso responded yes when someone asked if he thinks the president is a white nationalist senator Elizabeth Warren says the president advances racism and white supremacy Joe Biden says the president gives a safe harbor to hate and senator Cory Booker flat out said Donald Trump is responsible for this Booker says the president has failed to address bigotry and the availability of weapons to dangerous people one hundred billion dollars could be under water in Yosemite National Park the Hetch Hetchy reservoir was created about a century ago to store water for San Francisco in a place that's been called a scenic is the S. seventy valley was flooded out it's the greatest destruction ever allowed in any of America's national parks restore Hetch Hetchy executive directors Frank Rosecrans says his group in listed in economics firm to figure out how much in on flooded Hetch Hetchy might be worth we asked them not to make a lot of assumptions about whether you would develop infrastructure in the valley or even allow private cars and so forth it is campaign to stop the reservoir from being billed naturalist John Muir wrote the temple destroyers instead of lifting their eyes to the god of the mountains live them instead to the almighty dollar now environmentalists such as Rosecrans are turning to that almighty dollar saying a restored valley could bring in nearly one hundred eighty million dollars a year in the next decade Kristin Carlo KFI news and the shipyard in Northern Ireland that built the Titanic more than a century ago has gone bankrupt Harland and Wolff used to employ thousands but now just a hundred thirty people work there full time the shipyard is asking the courts to appoint an administrator let's take a look at your commute.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Ever allowed in any of America's national parks restore Hetch Hetchy executive directors wreck Rosecrans says his group in listed in economics firm to figure out how much in on flooded Hetch Hetchy might be worth we asked them not to make a lot of assumptions about whether you would develop infrastructure in the valley or even allow private cars and so forth it is campaign to stop the reservoir from being billed naturalist John Muir wrote that temple destroyers instead of lifting their eyes to the god of the mountains live them instead to the almighty dollar now environmentalists such as Rosecrans are turning to that almighty dollar saying a restored valley could bring in nearly one hundred eighty million dollars a year in the next decade christen Carlo KFI news well speaking of water for the first time in recorded history a pond of water has been discovered inside the summit crater of Hawaii's Callaway a volcano and this is something that could signal a shift to more explosive phases of future eruptions so they say after about a week a questions about a mysterious green patch at the bottom of the volcano's crater which is the former home of the lava lake researchers confirm the presence of water on Thursday the question is what does this mean in the evolution of the volcano according to the USGS they said they had never seen water in this crater since the observations began and scientists aren't exactly certain what will happen next but what they to know is when lava interacts with water it can cause explosive eruptions they say one possibility is that lava could slowly heat up the ground water and eventually create a new lava lake level also interacts with the water table and could create small explosives the other possibility is that the magma rises rapidly and that could produce a larger explosion so the USGS officials stress there is currently no reason to think hazards at the summit have increased or decreased because of the discovery but the presence of water could be a significant switch in the long term activity of the volcano a new spot in LA is taking people places escapes is the name of a new virtual reality spawn Wilshire Boulevard free to look around and up down left right owner Michael Jackson says it's simple sit in a full body massage chair strap ons in VR goggles and relax for thirty minutes we also have fans in aromatherapy diffusers you really feel like you're in the environment Jackson says people can choose from ten different destinations and every experience is under fifty Bucks the immersive spot is the first of its kind in the world but Jackson says they do have plans to expand soon in LA Monica Rick's KFI news and you know as police pursuits go we often refer to them as wild right I think Saturday's description of wild eyed I think it wins I I literally think this is a good description of this one so it's hard hit in south LA ended up with the suspected driver on the beach in playa del Rey so here's how it went I guess they start chasing this guy from South LA she then eventually drive down the bike path then drives on to the beach it's like a movie people are grabbing their kids and blankets to get out of his way one witness says he heard the suspect yelling out of his car yelling at people as he drove by then the guy drives into the crashing waves after his car got stuck in the state the sand weird he tried to get away by wading into the water well that's when cops are like really jump right in after him but then as they're going after him he stops somewhere along the water like you waves in part of the way and then goes you know I guess I'm I guess they got me and cracks open a beer and decide stubble a little sip before he gets taken into custody so there you go one place that you don't want to go is it into the ocean unless you want to have one sip of beer before you go to jail probably not the smartest place to act try your get away do just saying we come back we'll talk about the couple of stories that I want to tell you about lighten things up first of all my weekend at Miramar which the picture is incredible I promise I'm not just saying at this time I swear the picture is incredible J. jail KFI and just as beautiful story I'm gonna tell you about my brother in law is deployment and his new baby people are already saying you make me cry Best Picture I've seen it's pretty incredible and shout out to the alley Chargers coming up plus traffic in your forecast on your wake up.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Twenty one minutes after the hour pro football talk live Thursday edition football back tonight Ezekiel Elliott not back yet the cowboys and as in the case of past couple days the cowboys are either digging in or they're creating the impression that they're digging in Jane Slater of the NFL who is essentially embedded with cowboys reported yesterday that an unnamed source when asked whether or not dealers close said nope and the sticking points are everything she reported guaranteed Lancs structure everything here's what Stephen Jones the CEO of the cowboys to three months ago said on this program that Ezekiel Elliott is the straw that stirs our drink on K. T. C. K. the ticket Stephen Jones said we can't push the issue unless we want to be a market center and we're damn sure not going to be a market center because of all the things that go with being a Dallas cowboy that statement gets to the heart of the negotiating posture the cowboys have with dak Prescott Ezekiel Elliott and apparently Amari Cooper that there is an inherent value to being a Dallas cowboy above and beyond what you are paid it's a genius hack of a salary cap right if being a cow boy means so much more than being a jaguar or a Bronco or a dolphin or any other team if being a member of America's team carries with it an inherent privilege and satisfaction in status in value usually expressed expect less money you should you should pay us basically you should give up your market value because the fact that we are letting you wear that star on the side of a silver helmet has value to you that's what he's saying we want players to feel good about the contract Stephen Jones added at the same time we don't want to do things that are out of line because we can't afford to be that way when we save money whether to attack with a to Z. quickens the Mari it's not saving Jerry knight dollar it's just money that's going to another player that's true if you're spending up to the cap a lot of teams aren't the cowboys apparently are or at least they're committed to as of right now I think they have twenty plus million in cap space so they do have money can be spent this year Capt Ali can be allocated this year cap dollars it can be allocated in future years as a cap keeps going up but they basically want to have the full allotment of one hundred eighty million dollars as of this year and constantly going up and they want to add to it the inherent value of being a Dallas cowboy that's got see play you should take less because you're a cowboy and I think they're emboldened to apply that and concept to seek you out it because they've been trying to cram it down dak Prescott stroke all year long and you know what as relates to Prescott I get it because Prescott is the guy who is going to benefit the most financially short term and long term by being the cowboys quarterback look at the success the Tony Romo is having as a broadcaster look at the success the Tory open his trade Troy Aikman is had watch trailer opens the case may be as a broadcaster and the guy who's more financially successful than any of them is Roger stop back he's made hundreds of millions in real estate because he was the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys he was a legend in Texas they love their football in Texas they love their cowboys if the cowboys play well and you can set yourself up to have one hell of a life after football if you're able to walk around and say I was a member of the cowboys I was the cowboys quarterback so I'd get it with Prescott mean Prescott's already got some great endorsements for a guy who is not a shortlist franchise quarterback Everest talking walls straight into the broadcast booth when his career is over and I bet he would be very good to extend that to alley and Cooper the limit of a stretch but they're gonna try and it's gonna be fascinating to see how this plays out because either the cowboys are huffing and puffing to counter the threat that Elliott is posing to the franchise or they're serious and as.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on The Jump
"You want you came here and we gave you everything for the new york says cray florida new york on either on his way home or on his way or or and his way to china i'm not sure which way he's going but he confirmed he was in new york right i don't know exactly if you got to talk to kevin ran i know they've been in touch the whole time anyway klay thompson has been in touch with this was a rejection of the warriors years and everything that he is done there in golden state but in a lotta ways rachel this is been a rejection of the worries along this goes back to dream on green in the in the heavy statement i mean all year long we've been hearing kevin the rat what's going to leave the warriors and and if you go back to dream on green calling him out after that game against the clippers in the locker room from the lessons was you know get this out in the end the message was we have one without you and so when he when kevin in their arguments darted over the idea that they didn't pass kevin durant the ball be end and kevin is calling for the ball like i'm the guy and dream on green essentially says we won without you this has been brewing entire time in this whole season and it was i mean we've all been up there and you you got free his like feels like he has one foot out the door all year the reason why dream on even called this out brought it up let's just bring this all out and they open so people could start dealing with it this is not a surprise for the warriors the only thing that surprised me at the end was that there seemed to be this renewed hope with how things ended with the brotherhood and robbery they felt after his injury that maybe this could be salvaged and they were going to make a five year offer the full max you did not take that and it saved and saved the worries about a hundred eighty three million dollars rather around i know i know and they have no way to improve the team without a there's there's the question really is could anything that have happened if duran had not torn his achilles and he'd come back and then the hero and brought them back from three one would that have done it we still have walked away and it may have been nothing at the warriors could have it may have been that they put themselves in position light years ahead to get that three year window they won two titles which by the way we offer them congratulations may have been the way we've always gonna go look at trial reagan got that earth to the timeline we will never ever know you see the warriors on your screen right now we'll have more on the warriors after this break brian ramona are gonna get like five minutes debris some a dry ice free airlines jet 'em we're gonna bring in are whereas reporter nick for dell we're gonna bring in former kings and grizzlies coach they did or said as well so stick with us so much more common oh you're low rate is these new in your life so everybody just kind of in the future so unfortunate kevin durant's how could you predict anything when you don't even know who's gonna be quite a bit of a little bit against robbie rosenhaus dawson but not doing all right as you can see or talk a little bit about the words we welcome in our warriors reporter nick for dell we welcome in former coach of the kings of the grizzlies future coach again day bigger things much for joining us and and go junior when he sat down says i wanna be on the line of fire guess what no one's out of the line of fire you know why because it's time we got a new deal on the board age emergent ascii reporting that in fact tobias harris resigning with the philadelphia seventy sixers he is signing for one hundred eighty million dollars over five years his max's one ninety so that's nice he saved them ten dollar oregon therefore it and look customer play on the spot right away we were talking one.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"You know ripping the Sixers for not giving Jimmy Butler a Max deal and allowing him to end up with the Miami Heat yeah Jimmy bottle was a closer for I will say that the game on the line he won afraid to be a closer and Tobias Harris might come back and haunt you it's just we get caught up with it we had a one hundred eighty million dollars and that doesn't buy what it once did and that's where you go who can live up to that everybody's making that kind of money what are the other names are polar Chris Middleton five one seventy eight X. address there's a few of these guys you know you wouldn't pay to see any of them play which is the going rate for you know plan and be a roulette him phone number last week we kinda laugh when al Horford opted out of his Celtics deals and what was he thinking he got four years a hundred nine million dollars of Philly did did Philly sign al Horford because he's a good player or because they want to face him in the east both I think he's a coach for and be I think he's a while I know how to be a price either cheaper coaches they could get like a big man coach I I think that he is going to be really beneficial for that team because you know he he doesn't do anything spectacular but he is you can always count on him here's here's and how Horford staff do you realize that he's one of two players to average at least one block and one three pointer per game in each of the last four seasons no not exciting but take the average is one block and one three pointer made per game I wasn't I wasn't finished yeah the other player to average at least one block and one three pointer per game in each the last four seasons Polly Kevin Durant Kevin Durant is correct tomando.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Bears. Sorry, hold on President Trump. That's more important spoke following a morning meeting with his top national security advisor after Iran in what happened. What appear to be a major provocation shutdown with the US military says was an unarmed unmanned drone flying in international airspace. I have a feeling I may be wrong, and I may be right. But I'm right a lot. I have a feeling that it was a mistake made by somebody that shouldn't have been doing what they did. I think they made a mistake. And I'm not just talking to the country made a mistake. I think that somebody under the command of that country made a big on leadership. Let's see what happens. You just see what happens. It's all going to work out. Fight with the press. He's the one who's like speculating speculating on. What it is that occurred in trying to be coy. Like I know I know I'm the president, and especially you don't know. I don't think that's the best way. I don't think the president should be coming out and discussing this, that's where you send out somebody from the Pentagon. Oh, nobody works at the Pentagon anymore. That's a separate issue. Oh, you send out your spokesperson? Oh, wait. No, she's out there anymore. You send out somebody. There's got to be somebody that you send out and they say White House is monitoring this situation and we'll have a, a response. We'll, we'll brief you on a response at a later time, something like that. And then they do the back tannery. He's what he's doing there. So you a little bit of the Kim Jong UN move, which he's saying, hey, maybe Iran, if you want to call up and gravel to me and say it was, you know, some flunky that did it made, right? He's dividing them with their out saying, hey, you know, Liz, just somebody made a mistake here. Very big stupid mistake, loose cannon type. In other words, that's your out if you wanna grab it, but I just hoping that, that's now because I don't think he wants to start lobbing missiles. I don't think anyone wants. There's some people John wants to lob missiles. He's got that mustache says lob a missile is with that says to me, here's something else. I find it hard to believe. It was intentional. If you want to know the truth, I think that it could have been somebody who was loose and stupid that did it will be able to report back and you'll understand exactly what happened, but it was a very foolish move that I can tell you listen stupid. They used to do mornings. I think across the street. This is serious. I mean this I yeah, it serious. But I- sounds to me like the they're looking for an out that yes, the Iranians did it. And the Pentagon is, like, hey, that thing was over international airspace was actually over the water and Iran is saying, it was over our airspace. That's why we shut it down. Okay. And I think I think that I don't know the day things can it, you know, what might my guess, is they could just predict something, let's hear, you know, I write quite often. Is a. You know, maybe maybe Theron made have a power outage or something I sort of see that as they measured response. ATM's may not work for a couple of days, things like that. That's the kind of that's, that's the sort of take the tit for tat that goes on now in these kinds of conflicts. Now, when you think of Iran shooting down, a drone if you remember this is has the wingspan of a seven thirty seven and it's one hundred eighty million dollars. It's what we love them. Maybe you should feel. I just made that on the tariffs they're spending my tariff money while money. Yeah. I. Yeah, it's a hundred and eighty million bucks. Yeah, it is. Yeah it's a big drone. This is not like this is not like a drone. She could target when you go to all of a sudden. Oh, there's drug here when you see those night. That's what you think of anything. Oh sometime drawn. What's the big deal, but I see those things maybe I should get one of those, maybe I should just, you know, but even harass by bad idea. And then you start getting excited. He started driving the thing around your house break and stuff. It's bad crash. New crash meant doesn't work. What was fun? We did have a drone the old place for a very short period of time. And, you know, when they say you're gonna put somebody's eye out. We did. So we got rid of the drum. While you're on the hallway there was a Roman Roper drone. It was it fly around camera on it and everything kept running into things. Drone is not meant for the for the inside of the off now. No, we learned that. As a matter of fact, I have a memo that says that exactly number four. Seamico bears late show may just be a late night comedy. 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"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on The Common Cents Show
"So petScom sought to do a capital raise or to get money and they needed two hundred and sixty million dollars ready for this to break even to break even. Lot of money. But the only able to raise one hundred eighty million dollars. Eighty million dollars short, according to Julia, Wainwright, the CEO. But because the recession hit, then no dot com getting funded so they couldn't get loans either. So they couldn't get working capital to bridge, the eighty million dollar gap that they had to break even so because of that is almost like your swimming up to the, the break in the water from underneath the water and then right before you get to the top. So when just ties another way around your ankle, and like it's slows down your progress to get to the top to get some air. You just cannot get there, even though you're so close. The other thing was that the management team of petScom thought instead of running into bankruptcy. They should return the money to the shareholders. So at some point, they were just like you know what? We're not gonna claim bankruptcy bankruptcy. We're not gonna go to that route. Let's just return the to the shareholders, so we don't have to go the route of completely closing our doors bankrupt. We'd rather go out. We'd rather go out with with paying everyone back to as going bankrupt in putting all these creditors. Investors bankruptcy. Yeah. I think that's respectable. Yeah. I mean you know, if you Trump, you just kind of higher bunch of contruction workers in claim bankruptcy the next year and don't pay them, you know, but, but anyways like no, but like the reality is that, like as long as those business laws exist. Bankruptcy laws exists businesses are going to take advantage of them, but it was very responsible for pets com. Do that. You know what I'm saying? So, so that's cool. But. petScom was too early for the online retail. So what do you what do you think they could have done differently? Well, they should have considered bolstering online sales with a few retail locations or considered marketing, as drop ship company, sending pet products, customer homes,.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"In her life on the Instagram posts. I forget his name fee. Yeah. All this stuff. Spreading these rumors and don't believe alot. We sure. Coachella may have given us a preview of instincts future. So J C, Joey, Kristen Lance they joined our grinding on stage, and they sang tearing up, my heart. Hey, obviously who was missing Justin Timberlake. He couldn't make it because he was finishing up his own tour, and whatever. But now there are reports that those four guys the four boys have been approached about going on work without Justin. We're not really sure if would go for that. Justin said he's done touring. He's made two hundred million dollars. Keep them in a break. Who's not being serious are people buying tickets to see that group without Justin. I don't think. So it's not like the Spice Girls minus that one Spice Girl. And again, I'm not saying this to to disparage like wolf trap. But that's where they could maybe sell out. You know what I mean? I don't know that they do Kaplan arena without Justin. No, that's what I mean. Like, the venue would have to be smaller. Just the four of them decided to do trapper grand smaller theatre space. Maybe massive room. Capital when Riina without. Playing playing FedEx field. Yeah. Adele's pending divorce may be very costly their reports that chain her soon to be ex husband did not have a pre-nup. And if they filed for divorce in California, he may be do half. And she's reportedly worth just over one hundred eighty million dollars. Jennifer garner on the cover of people's the beautiful issue. Besides inspiring women to be themselves. She's the artists ambassador to save the children also co-founded organic cold press baby food company wants a time, and she's sported countless charities through the course of her career and the Spice Girls reunion without Victoria Beckham is said to hit the UK in June. But so far no US dates have been announced. However, there's a rumor swirling that the Spice Girls have been approached to get a residency at Caesar's palace. See that's where that would work if they did a residency like the Spice Girls fans, Victoria Beckham that would probably work for the backstreet, boys. Life. They don't have the heavy hitter in the JT..
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"Do on a personal level the so so I'm not going to Sam there, and this is not some sort of like the Waco Leland's calling for. But captain marvel has a high possibility of being the first marvel movie, I I don't go see theaters, and there's a couple there's a couple of reasons, but there's there's the biggest reason why reason not I'm not super. I mean like most people, and I have no problem saying most because captain Marvel's relatively obscure character. Who's been ret conned five times, I think in the last seven or eight years, so marble paint even decide who she is for what her story should be somewhat super hype for the movie or the character tomorrow movie. I wasn't super, hyper, doctor strange or ant, man. There's restraint movies. So I figured hey, I'll still go see it. But what's really turning me off? And I think probably a lot of other people's how vocal the star for rehearsing is. And when I say vocal what she vocal about Leland will bring her out for south of the week. Obviously. It's probably for the two things that are always vocal about these days being anti white and being anti male chick is always on Twitter during all of her interviews and are supposed to be about the movie talking about how she's not going to allow her movie tour press tour all this to be predominantly white male than at the premiere of her movie. She doesn't want very many men there and even less white men there, and she's on identity politics. She's she is the Pitta me of freaking of social Justice warrior, even though that you know, term gets thrown around all the time. And did it's just making me the point where you're insulting me. And all the other your fanbase people that read comics go into your movies that are also white male. And since I was already dislike. Hey, I'll go see this movie because it's a marvel movie. He it's enough to not make me see, it's it's it's it's hurting. It's you and what here. What I'm worried about? I'm worried that this is the start because we kinda sawn coming with watt. Kanter, the Black Panther was a good movie, you know, all right movie. So that was okay. But when I don't want to happen to the MC you is what's happened to stall Ghostbusters to. No. But i'm. Twenty sixteen. Yeah. But I'm worried that this is the tipping point of where Marvel's going to inject too much politics in their movies. And to let their actresses MAC, do whatever they want models are. Earning picked up everything if you think about I let this happen. They did all the stupid characters. I don't it's racism on people. Don't want a a teenage African American female, ironman. It's race. It's it's it's bigotry on why they didn't want to know. Nobody bit. It's the same thing with this whole concept of not first of realizing who your basis who who are comic book nerds in general. Percent. Probably jar dudes. Jarvis things. They just twenty right obvious. White dudes do always been the comic book kinda Schumer's forever. They're just now starting to branch out into all the demographics. And they're getting better at it. Put your your son in the majority of the people are gonna put their money on it. I don't think I don't think I'm gonna put my money on it. And you know, it's funny. So they've been just thing they even move another thing, I really hate because there's all already built in excuse for the movie doesn't do flops because it starring woman doesn't do well because the toxic fan base. That's, you know, don't trust me. Obviously, obviously. But it's money that they're moving the goal post and the expectations of how this movie should do. So in just a month ago the project projections for the open, I think it was the opening weekend. Not overall just the opening weekend for catha marvel is going to be one hundred eighty million dollars. Then brief step freaking clap off at her mouth. And they lowered it one hundred sixty to one hundred and forty to one hundred twenty seven now, they're saying marvel Disney's captain marvel is on pace to set record setting eighty million dollar opening weekend..
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on WTVN
"And that's not that's not going anywhere near road. That's my first thought. And mowers and everything else. Just like the last guy. And then also I don't trust them. They're not gonna use that money for something else. And the roads aren't going to be any better. I mean, that's where you're gonna. Here's the thing to Bill you. We're not going to see this immediately. It's not like by the end of the year. All the roads will be really really good because how many times do they start a project, and you drive that same route for years and two years in your gone good God. When are they going to finish this, you know, and as they take longer and longer, and they have they can't buy all of the materials they need for that job. All at once. So two years from now, do you think those same materials will cost what they cost now? No, they won't right. Right. Okay. Thanks, man preciado. And this is the proposed increase would raise seven hundred twenty five million a year for the state's highway and bridge network, and it generates four hundred eighty million a year for local government street needs. It says here, and that's kind of echoing what Bill was saying. They're a little bit as well. I think hey, Dana. Thank you for calling. You're on sixteen WTVN. What you got? Well, you know, I I can see we we do need to repair our roads and our registered and what else, but we also need to watch dog and seeing what they do with that. I was told that one of the reasons why Amazon been pick is because I've worked for infrastructure. Our roads, our registered another thing is that weren't as good as the states that they want to. Yeah. I can't. I don't know. They're certainly that's as good as answer as any, Dan. Thanks with regard to I don't know what Amazon did regarding that. I can't corroborate that. But you know, what would the checks and balances that you're talking about how do you actually how does that? How do you have somebody who watches over every single dollar because chances are that person works for somebody who's higher up within that organization being owed or whomever? You think they're going to blow the whistle on. I, you know, I, I don't know. You know, what really scares me more is forty percent goes to local municipality. That's a lot of money. That's the one hundred eighty million dollars a year, man. That's what that is. It seems to be. I'm just I know this is generalizing, and it's not everywhere. But it's at that local level where you get people doing a little kind of a look over here. And then Phuc swipe out of the it seems to be on that local level where you're going to probably get a little more misappropriation because at least you're under a bigger magnifying glass on the state level local level, not so much. So think about how much money could potentially be missed squanders lawn. Yeah. On the local level. Yeah. Interesting, man. Jerry, welcome to the show. Thanks for calling six ten WTVN. What you got brother? Hey, mark. What do you think about trying to get everybody district six all the engineers fired? I don't know about that. I mean, I is it necessarily their fault. Or are they being told are they they coming up this together? I don't know. Part of part of my angle is is that I mean, I don't know about you. But I mean, I'm kind of five with how the roads all the highways are around Columbus. I mean every time I mean, we got a new smart lane going on down. What six seventy and hey couldn't figure out how to merge with eastern.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"He makes them feel a part of it. He lets them play with his toys something Jimmy Johnson. Didn't let Jerry Jones do which is the reason they had a divorce. It's it's the reason that Parcells grew to hate craft is because he thought Kraft wanted to be a football guy and craft just wanted ballot. Just wanted parcels to make him feel good about spending one hundred eighty million dollars for team. But he million feel like an outsider. These guys who have all this money, a have huge egos, and they wanna feel more than an outsider who's a pain in the bud to these coaches, and that's what caused me and genius job. Is the reason a Parcells relationship blew up with craft. It's the reason Jimmy Jerry, divorced. Neither one is have nearly the success. Apart that they had together quick story. And I know you'll this, and I hope the lessons. Well, two names have been changed to protect the city here. I'm not gonna give you the next day after we get off the air. Yes. I will tell you. But I won't have to call Chris, and Tom you can. Coach once told me the same thing relationship coach owner, what to tell them how much you keep them in the loop. He said that he didn't really trust the owners football acumen, and they're coming up on draft and everything else, and he would employ one of his coaches, helpers, whatever quality control guy, whatever put together to highlight tape of the players that they liked and they would vote to get a highlight tapes of players that they didn't like, and they would just put good plays in for the players that they liked and put bad plays for the players that they didn't like and. Mister blank blank blank owner. We need you sit down and watch these tapes with us, and they go to the tapes, and he really played yet your so. Yeah, of course. And then they the guys that they wanted, but they were smart enough to get the owner in wild. Let him believe that. He's actually got his hands on the draft wouldn't they're doing it all on the adding we're editing room poor as to wherever they want. So yes, if you're so obnoxious, you can't find a way to appease your owner. The guy that's writing your check you deserve to be on the unemployment line. Eight seven seven three three seven six six six six. Jody Mak what you're on the fan. Eight seven seven Kars four kids K. Kids. Eight seven seven kids.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Dot com. The Bloomberg business or subscribe on handle podcasts. Let's talk about city group 'cause they kicked off a big week. For Bank earnings in the US, while shares rose on some training training revenue actually fell twenty one percent of the fourth quarter, rainy and Asensio has the details. New York and a chunk of that trading revenue loss came from a big bad loan in Asia city made that loan to an Asian hedge fund, which we reported as Jeff securities city, then lost about one hundred eighty million dollars. Now without that lost city is fixed. Income loss would have been lower. Instead of the twenty one percent. It would have been in the mid teens under the reason for the fall in fixed income is because of really crazy volatility is is usually a good thing. Right and investors trade off that. But in the fourth quarter was so bad that it actually kept clients on the sidelines now with that said city CFO thinks the worst is over the worst of all is over and the trading environment. Is starting to improve and investors bought into that. Then shares closed up about four percent to their highest in five weeks. He's had results haven't fully recovered, but they should be better for city and for other banks looking ahead to those other banks now and on Tuesday. It's J P Morgan and Wells Fargo on Wednesday. It's Goldman Sachs and Bank of America. Now BI Bloomberg intelligence expect shaping Morgan to deliver another solid quarter. That's despite economic policy and global uncertainty into twenty nineteen revenue is expected to jump six percent for the quarter year on year and EPS get this is expected to jump twenty nine percent. That's thanks to US economic strength last year, higher interest rates, of course, as well as lower taxes as for Wells Fargo. They should see more progress to that's on cost cuts and on its legal concerns after it's fake accounts scandal, but investors should still expect falls and loans for commercial real estate along with home equity and auto balances and as for. Goldman the big question is whether we will hear anything at all on the bank's involvement in the one MD scandal. If execs don't bring it up, you can bet analysts will ask the companies facing costs up to five billion dollars linked to that scandal. Remy incensio over news, New York. All right coming up next. Stay with the banks theme BNP.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The husband of the owner killed her and shot himself over there divorce Duluth police were called to the edge Tuttle hair, salon on north Berkeley, lake and pleasant hill road just before it opened received several phone calls regarding shots fired. And then it got updated to a person shot officer tested. He tells me the owner of the salon was shot twice and found dead in the parking lot. All her husband, suffered a self inflicted gunshot wound inside the couple's daughter locked in a back room at the salon during the shooting. Sandra parrish. WSPA J students arrive back at their off campus housing to discover they've been robbed Athens. Clarke county police suspect teenagers, you know, win students leave for winter break, their opportunistic, they work in teams. They move quickly officer Jeffrey Guillen tells channel two action news they've received nearly three dozen reports of break ins from students. But so far. There are no arrests Atlanta school board. City council agreed to use school property tax money to help pay for the Goltz redevelopment downtown school superintendent Maria carstarphan claims the agreement benefits the district with a net of up to one hundred eighty million dollars school system drops its objections to the financing, though, other groups such as red light the Gulch are still challenging the bond. Use a real gas bag gets into the college football hall of fame in Atlanta. The iconic Goodyear blimp has reached new heights as an honorary member of the college football hall of fame the first non player or coach to be inducted the blimp flying over college games at the Rose Bowl in nineteen fifty five and since then has covered more than two thousand games, a new exhibit at the hall here in Atlanta will showcase historical blimp artifacts video footage and pictures says Archie manning college players and fans know that when the Goodyear blimp shows up it's a big game. Chris camp WSB news time, six eleven.
"one hundred eighty million dollars" Discussed on The Ralph Report
"She's enormously talented and specially in music these days sound like the old man on his front lawn shaking his fist, but your kids today. I don't know real talent. But Adele, she's got the pipes and she can sell a song downs powerful. And she's one of my favorite artists. I'm not necessarily even fan of that kind of music, big ballads and stuff. But you'd have to be a fool not to recognize what a talent you another reason I like her she doesn't seem to be driven that much by the desperate need for love or the desperate need for money. Not that she is lacking for either or tension, right? She's not an attention, which blew me away. Because it looks like she hasn't come out and said it, but all indicators are that she is going to quit touring forever. Because she doesn't like it. How great is that? That's nice. The thing is like she her last tour, I believe she grossed one hundred eighty million dollars. Now, you don't get to keep all that's nothing to pay a lot of people. Maybe maybe only half of that. Oh, maybe she's down to like ninety million the end of that tour, you might have one or two shows a year going to survive. So obviously, she doesn't need the money. But a lot of people, by the way have made a lot of money on tours and the they're still out there grinding look at goddamn, Mick Jagger, for God's sakes. How desperate ver- tension? Is that old great white? So she said she hates it and she likes being home and she's got a kid and maybe more than one. I don't know she likes being at her house. And she said that she just doesn't want to do it and apply to residency in Vegas in a couple years and make trillion the way to go. If you have come to you. Anyway, she has dissolved her touring companies a company called remedy touring L L P that has been dissolved which is the indicator a lot of people are pointing to saying well looks like she won't be back on the road again. Yeah. Which is a bitch for Adele fans because I'm sure you'd love to see more live. Yeah. But she said she's still interested in recording records and things like that. So maybe he'll do that look Streisand. Did it for decades says she stopped touring and later in life. She went back out start doing selected shows a couple. Yeah. Couple of shows here in the air. It's not a tour. I I would imagine the grind of being on the road. And I've I've done it slightly. I did a they called a bus and truck tour of show called the real live Brady bunch back in the day. We traveled all over the country on literally on a tour bus, and we did the show every night in a different city and stuff like that. I was I was much younger. At least you're with people like as a comic I've been on the road for stretches of like three or four weeks at a time just by yourself at a car driving from city to city, I suppose it's different when you're at. Something you have a lot of travel with Davy Jones, the monkeys. That's cool. It was very fun. I'm travel with. No. And I guess a Dell travels really with no one other than handlers herself. She's on stage by herself. So I guess it's different energy. But it's also I think where you are in life, and I had a blast. 'cause I had nothing. I was renting a place. I was on the on a tour bus acting with a bunch of funny. People get loaded every night. That's amazing. That's fun. But I I guess if you've got a kid got a family, and you wanna stay at home and do that. When I got off there. One etiquette. I was like I don't want to this anymore. Yeah. And speaking of having a kid, Brian Dunkel woman is firing back to TMZ. Remember, the original Merican idol host. He was half of the host of the first season of American idol was Ryan Seacrest, and Brian Dunkel crest and Dunkel men quit at the end of the first season did equate I thought he was let go now the the perception was that he was fired but he walked away because he wanted to serious acting career..
Ill Drink to That: The New $25,000 Scotch
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Les Moonves Offered 100 Million Dollar exit package
"And just how much gold will be in. Les Moonves has golden parachute. Or the board of CBS is talking with the CEO word is they're offering him a one hundred million dollar exit package is made up almost entirely of CBS. Stock investors contract calling for as much as one hundred eighty million dollars in severance and a production deal. But sources tell CNBC that the board does want the right to take back. Some of that if it's determined the sexual harassment allegations against moon vests are confirmed now comment from
Paul McCartney returns to childhood home where the Beatles got their start
"Ever walked jurassic world fallen kingdom a lock to top the box office this weekend his tracking to earn between one hundred thirty one hundred forty million dollars in a state byu it's only serious competition is weekend two of incredible to which earned a whopping one hundred eighty million dollars when it opened last weekend and might even nibble at fallen kingdoms dinosaur heels this weekend roseanne is returning without roseanne abc says the canceled sitcom we'll be back this fall minuses controversial star roseanne barr but with the rest of the stars intact the show's new title will be the connors at least for now paul mccartney toured his liverpool hometown last night and saying more than a few beatles hits when he guested on the late late show's carpool karaoke and happy birthday to three time oscar winner meryl streep she's sixty nine today i'm christopher watson mccartney had an interesting story to tell james corden last night while visiting his childhood home in liverpool you explained his father gave him some advice the first time he heard the song she loves you so then you go in here song listen you know you wanna hear song okay so say okay listen to the whole song is she said but said americanisms around couldn't you sing she loves you no and then later the two saying let it be.
Elon Musk Thinks Wall Street Traders And Fossil Fuel Companies Are Stealing Tesla's Data
"To the hit movie incredible two incredible gay pixar its biggest opening weekend ever with one hundred eighty million dollars in ticket sales but in an unusual move isn't is issued a warning to movie goers who have epilepsy scene with the villain screen slavery features bright flashing lights the disney says could trigger seizures in people with epilepsy migraines or chronic illness the epilepsy foundation even issued a statement all theaters the post warning signs for people wanting to see the movie i'm tj cudicini chef marcus samuelsson has bought a former pool hall and over town a historic black neighborhood of miami with plans to open a restaurant a miami redevelopment board has already point tens of millions of dollars into over town but samuelson is the first celebrity to make a commitment there he bought the building for one and a half million dollars while turning down opportunities in south beach an cates this is bloomberg best bloomberg best is about the insight and the context get from our marquess it's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the bloomberg stories you're not going to find in any other news organization bloomberg best bloomberg's best stories of the day our d by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries around the world i'm june grasso and i'm ed baxter on this edition of bloomberg best for monday june eighteen mary lovely from the peterson institute discusses us trade policy in china when we placed tariffs on these types of goods were indirectly trying to get at the chinese where i off hitting mainly our allies operations in china was former commerce secretary carlos gutierrez saw the republican party we look more like game right wing european party populace not too concerned about business antiimmigrant all this and more coming up in the next our bloomberg best i'm doug krizner at bloomberg world headquarters in new york let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets president trump seems to be threatening to escalate the trade fight with china into a fullblown trade war the president has directed the us trade rep to identify two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods for additional tariffs at a rate of ten percent for its part china said it will take strong counter measures if the us issues in new list the aussie dollar fell to a one year low on that news the yen has strengthened by more than six tenths of one percent and equity markets in china and hong kong are sharply lower the hang sang is down two percent the shanghai composite is weaker by one point six percent the us senate has passed a defense authorization bill that would restore penalties on china telecommunications giant z t e that sets up a political clash with the white house since it overturns a reprieve on penalties from the us commerce department a disgruntled employee tesla broke into the company's manufacturing operating system and sent highly sensitive data to an unknown third party according to an email sent to staff from ceo elon musk the worker who had been denied a promotion did quite extensive and damaging sabotage crude oil right now trading weaker after moving higher in the new york session there is a key opec meeting this week and producers is said to be discussing a smaller than expected boost to production wti in the electronic session sixty five sixty we check markets every fifteen minutes here on bloomberg right now in tokyo the nikkei two twentyfive is down eight tenths of one percent in seoul the kospi weaker by nine tenths of one percent although in sydney the sex two hundred is ahead three tenths of one percent the us ten year treasury in the tokyo session with a yield of two point eight percent global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries this is bloomberg after president trump imposed new sanctions on china last week the us and china are heading for a potential trade war from ron trade relations between the two countries bloomberg's tom keene and jonathan farrow spoke with mary lovely a senior fellow at the peterson institute murray what's number one thing we get wrong in our tariff allowances or discussion two thousand eighteen vintage i think the biggest misconception is the extent to which the trade between the.
President, Trump and NPR discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news, Washington on trial Snyder remarks by President. Trump's lawyer, Rudy Guiliani is feeling discussion of whether the president has the power to pardon himself. Giuliani's comments on the Sunday news programs follow reports at the president's legal team sent a letter to special counsel Robert Muller in late January. There provides a look at the president's legal defense in the Russia investigation impure, Scott Horsely. The president's power to issue. Pardons is very broad. It's granted in the constitution it they idea of partying himself has not been tested, but it presumably he does have that power. But remember the real point of this letter was designed to head off testimony by the president to the special counsel. They're afraid that would put the president in legal jeopardy. Giuliani told ABC that Trump's legal team is leaning against an interview with Muller's investigators, but that decision will wait until after the summit in Singapore with North Korean leader, Kim Jong on the latest survey from the national association. For business economics is out Moody's analytics, managing director, Steve Cochran economists are pretty positive, very much for this year and for next year, two thousand nineteen as well. The panel is looking at a growth of close to three percent this year, which is very strong. Two point. Eight percent is the exact number and next year little bit slower, but still two and a half percent, which is a very, very good growth rate for the economy. The survey of forty, five prominent economists shows. They believe the tax cuts. Congress passed will boost US economy this year next, but that there are worries about President Trump's approach to trade and that they fear that by twenty twenty. The country could enter a new recession to the Middle East. Now where Jordan's prime minister has submitted his resignation following days of anti-government protests. The protests are said to be the largest in years, and there have been dozens of arrests in Pierre. Saint wrath is in Jordan's capital and explains what's at the heart of the demonstrations. It's all about the economy. These are actually the biggest demonstrate. Nations since the herbs spring swept the region demanding reform seven years ago. And in Jordan here it's focused on that economic aspect. It's a poor country, and the government has had to raise taxes. It says it's had to and hike prices on all sorts of things from bread to gasoline. But the last straw was a proposed increase in income tax Jane Heraf reporting a fiery volcanic, eruption in Guatemala, being blamed for killing at least twenty five people and injuring some three hundred others eruption yesterday sent black smoke and ash into the air and a stream of lava through rural communities. There's been a big explosion at the crater of Hawaii's kilowatt Cain, oh officials say it had a magnitude of five point, five earthquake. There have been no reports of additional damage, but volcano has destroyed dozens of homes, forcing thousands to evacuate. Three people had to be airlifted out yesterday. This is NPR news from Washington. A new government study. Estimates plan cuts in a coal mining tax could lead to a fifteen billion dollar deficit in the federal fund that supports minor suffering from black lung in peers. Howard berkes reports, the government accountability office looked at a plan, fifty, five percent cut in the tax coal companies pay into the federal black lung trust fund the fund paid more than one hundred eighty million dollars last year to twenty five thousand coal miners suffering from black lung. The money helps with living and medical expenses. The GAO's says the tax cut would cause the fund's four billion dollar deficit to more than triple in coming decades, coal mining companies welcome the cut citing declining markets for coal, but the congressional Democrats who requested the study are concerned that more debt will lead to demands to cut benefits despite reports of an epidemic of advanced disease. Howard berkes NPR news in the NBA finals. The Golden State Warriors now have a two games. No, nothing. Lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers Steph curry led the warriors to a one hundred twenty two to one hundred three victory in Oakland. Last night scoring a finals record nine, three point shots. A never woke up and was like, all right, let's go get nine threes and get the record. There's more so just about playing the game the right way, having good intentions out there on the court and and good things happen. So British tonight and hopefully some more special things happen. Get two more wins game. Three is Wednesday night in Cleveland game four of hockey. Stanley Cup, finalists tonight with the Washington Capitals up two games to one over the Vegas Golden Knights. I'm Dr Snyder, NPR news.
U.S. black lung fund will need taxpayer bailout if coal tax falls
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly President. Trump's top economic advisor is downplaying criticism coming from the European Union, Canada, and Mexico to new tariffs on US imports of steel and aluminum. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow is blaming China Europe, and those who don't want reciprocal trading tariff rates and protectionism speaking on Fox News. Sunday Kudlow says, President Trump is trying to fix the world trading system. Not break. It does present from day. One wants to reform. The world trading system is not working finance. Ministers say they're outraged over the new tariffs and are threatening to take decisive action. Windsor Johnston, NPR news, Washington, a new government study. Estimates planned cuts in a coal mining tax could lead to a fifteen billion dollar deficit in the federal fund that supports minor suffering from black lung. NPR's Howard berkes reports the government accountability office looked at a plan, fifty, five percent cut in the tax coal companies pay into the federal black lung trust fund the fund paid more than one hundred eighty million dollars last year to twenty five thousand coal miners suffering from black lung. The money helps with living and medical expenses. The says, the tax cut would cause the fund's four billion dollar deficit to more than triple in coming decades, coal mining companies welcome the cut citing declining markets for coal, but the congressional Democrats who requested the study are concerned that more debt will lead to demands to cut benefits despite reports of an epidemic of advanced disease. Howard berkes NPR news officials in Guatemala, say at least twenty five people have been killed following yesterday's volcanic eruption as Maria Martin reports. Another three hundred were injured in what's described as the volcano strongest direction in decades, the volcano known aptly as wiggle Spanish for fire. Began spewing great columns of smoke early Sunday in a few hours, there was so much smoke an ask that the volcano couldn't be seen at all heavy showers, volcanic ash on nearby villages and communities, including the colonial capital of unthinkable. And even in what the mullahs city where flights in and out of the international airport were suspended, what melas disaster agency reported several people were killed in a love flow in the province of squint. LA will conflict is the most active of what a modest thirty, seven volcanoes for NPR news. I'm mighty Martin, and I'm thinking what? What? The mullahs in Hawaii members of the national guard were busy over the weekend evacuating and airlifting people to safety after they'd become threatened by or cut off from flows of lava from the kilowatt volcano at one community lava described as three hundred yards wide flowed over one highway. There was a major explosion at the crater last night, no injuries reported. This is NPR news from Washington. The National Transportation Safety board is investigating the weekend crash of a small plane in the waters off New York. Two people aboard were killed. Two others are missing and presumed dead off Long Island. The FAA says there were severe thunderstorms in the area around the time that that single engine plane went down in the NBA finals. The Golden State Warriors lead the Cleveland Cavaliers two games to none NPR's. Tom Goldman says last night in Oakland, Golden State beat Cleveland, one twenty two to one zero, three, a fairly easy win for the warriors. They never trailed. Although Cleveland made a number of runs and an hung in they were down by ten. At the end of the third quarter, a Golden State always had an answer when Cleveland would come up with a big defensive stop or hit a three point shot. Golden State would come back and do the same. And then midway through the final corner of the warriors broke the game open as they often do against opponents and cruised to the nineteen point Vic. -tory that's NPR's Tom, Goldman reporting Steph curry led the warriors with thirty three points. He said, an NBA finals record by making nine three point shots game four of the NHL Stanley Cup final is tonight the Washington Capitals lead the Vegas Golden Knights. Two games to one game. Four is in Washington came. Five will be in Las Vegas. Washington is playing in its first Stanley Cup. Final in twenty years Vegas is an expansion team and in its first year in the NHL stocks in Asia finished the day with gains analysts. Say investors were reacting to last Friday's, US employment numbers. They were stronger. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington.
Justice Department inspector general report cites lack of candor by McCabe
"Of thieves and lowlifes and that's in response of course to the inspector general report out today which says that mccabe who at one time was the interim head of the fbi gave out or should i say leaked unauthorized leaked to the to the wall street journal about the fbi probe of the clinton foundation and then he lied to investigators about it and so you got him lying to investigators that's mccabe yet me some say may have committed perjury with the timing of the exoneration memo went that was started in written and you got loretta lynch according to me her her independence in this called into question based on classified information that he can't talk about and he might have violated a law by writing this whole book and saying what he's saying nothing to see here no special counsel needed move on at five thirty we'll move on to wma really wwl fm woodbridge wma all washington your shot at one thousand dollars four times four k a m a l a cumulus station jamais news at five thirty i'm maria leaf a justice department report now lays out the case for why the fbi former second in command andrew mccabe was famously fired by the attorney general just days before he was to retire rationale for why andrew mccabe was demoted from the deputy fbi director position months ago is contained in a justice department report it says mccabe candor when speaking with investigators looking into media leak of information about the clinton foundation investigation press secretary sarah sanders already having blasted james comey's book sounds like two peas in the pod with mccabe in komi mccabe was fired in disgrace for misconduct and lying about it a presidential tweet eco data assessment quote doj just issued the mccabe report which is a total disaster he lied lied lied mccabe was totally controlled by komi mccabe's komi mccabe maintains he was trying to clear up misreported information bob costantini the white house metro officials are closer to getting something they wanted for a long time dedicated funding today dc mayor mariel bowser signing emergency legislation to give metro nearly one hundred eighty million dollars a year and dedicated funding those new funds will ensure as i mentioned already metro safety and reliability the money will come from taxes including higher ones charge to people who use uber.