35 Burst results for "One Hundred Fifty Million Dollar"
The 5 biggest Netflix original series have been revealed
"Netflix. Says these are it's five most-watched original series now. This one is weird to me because we were talking the other day about mandalorian. How it's a real flagship series for disney. Plus it's generated subscribers and big budget and all the rest and we were curious where like we'll netflix's has been around for a while. What is their flagship stuff. And so i. I thought of stranger things i also thought about some of the money. They paid for a lot of those comedy specials I wasn't the the escobar show. What was that called. What norcal narcos was that. Another one yes. Ozark is very good. Okay oh sorry anyway. They've done them as done them. But i saw this list and this list kind of surprise a lot of shows. I never watched or heard of for their top five. Most watched shows and well some of them are recent. Which kind of explains you know. Maybe i'm not necessarily watching him. So some of them are recent but number of coming in at number five with sixty three million viewers by the way in order to be viewer. Show on netflix. All used to do is watch two minutes really just so you know that's the threshold while two minutes which for a series. It's kinda crazy to say you watch the series if you only watch two minutes. But that's the metric that they're using they They got this deal With the former the former producer maker of grey's anatomy scandal. What is her name. Rhymes shonda shonda rhimes. Anyway they produce this show. Renton and sixty. Three million people watched it came out recently. And never heard of yeah. See you've never heard of it. I've never i mean. I don't think it's targeted at us. By the way if you scroll down a little bit oh we don't see image for some reason but if you did see the image you would know it is not targeted at you. Okay and then you go or maybe you feel that that's targeted at you. Don't alley brought from sean to land. Who brought you grazing so her. Production companies called sean dillon. She signed one hundred. Fifty million dollar deal with netflix to make some content and this is one of them. That's coming in number filing number four tiger king. This one i heard of but i never watched. Did you watch that. no i'm with you. I've heard many things about it. Good and bad. So when i saw this have a big number for viewership coming in at number four. I believed it. Because i heard the chatter on social media right around the time. When a lockdown lifestyle was taking off it was a lot of tiger king talk. So i i understand that one. Go number three number three stranger things. That's the other one that i had heard about seeing some of the promotions. Seizing three was the top of the bunch. Sixty four million you can see. Some of these are pretty close. Scroll down to number two this one money heist which is a translation. This was a spanish show that i sure you've never heard of but huge in the spanish speaking world is it. Yeah i've seen The hero image on netflix But i haven't watched it. Yeah i guess it would be subtitles if you watched it. Yeah yeah and then coming. In at number one. The witcher seventy six million. Did you know this. Did you watch this I believe this was a really popular show. I have not watched it yet. You see that's going though to lot of. We did not watch it and we're netflix subscribers. So it's kind of. It's a bit interesting. Yeah but we don't watch anything really. I don't watch enough stuff to even say. Maybe this stuff is amazing. But if you ever if you were curious like what are the statistics of a popular show on netflix. This should give you an idea. Between sixty and eighty million between sixty and eighty million viewers is a hit considered a hit original for net flicks. I'd be curious what the mandalorian pulled off. Because i feel like there's a different level that's why i feel like is a big threat to netflix's model the disney's powerhouse in
Startup Streamer Quibi Quits
"A huge Hollywood experiment ended its life in a way that seems somehow fitting qube accompany designed to bring miniature Netflix's quality shows to your smartphone call. It quits earlier this month like it's programs which were no longer than ten minutes apiece. quickies vary life was itself short only about six months long the infant media company hit attracted almost two billion dollars from investors about one hundred, fifty, million dollars in advertising and some big name actors and directors. As a result quibbles dramatic closure has spawned no end of speculative criticism about what the startup did wrong and whether it's leaders Hollywood powerhouse, Jeffrey Katzenberg and former HP. CEO Meg Whitman did anything right? In case you haven't heard of it. The original idea behind Qube was to make high quality programs that were short enough to watch from start to finish. While waiting to do something else say riding the subway were standing at checkout line. These wouldn't be user generated youtube like videos but what qube envisioned as the quote next generation of storytelling dramas comedies a non-fiction programs cut into quick bites the origin of the company's name you get the idea. QUBE had the bad luck to launch during the pandemic that meant the service designed explicitly for people out and about debuted when people were in definitely not out and about position as another streamer. But Not at first on your TV quickly did what most streamers and new apps do when it launched in early April it offered a ninety day free trial about a million and a half people signed up and presumably began watching quickies original shows thrillers like. Wireless about a drunk man caught in a New Year's Eve snowstorm free Ray Sean drama about a black man accused of killing a police officer and last looks a series about scandals in the fashion world. As I said earlier at launch, you can only watch on a smartphone despite the fact that most viewers were quarantined in their homes with perfectly usable TV's at their disposal. It took a few more months for quick to make the TV leap. The question back in May and June was how many of those initial free viewers would convert to paying customers quickies price was high five month with ads were eight dollars without them as the verge points out apple TV plus costs four, ninety, nine a month worse quickies higher prices more expensive than Disney plus. The answer on those conversions was clear. Qube didn't get anywhere near enough money or viewers, and with that dearth viewers, some advertisers threatened to canceled on October Twenty Second Katzenberg Whitman published an open letter on medium announcing queries collapse. The founders laid some of the blame on Covid nineteen but not all in addition to timing they said, another likely reason could be. That the idea itself wasn't strong enough to justify a standalone streaming service. Indeed. A great deal of the criticism says exactly that the format itself was flawed from the start ten minutes may have been far too long for some content and far too short for others. A sort of nether world that works for user generated youtube content, but not for expensive productions that aspire to be the next Netflix. As one example, the Guardian reporter. Jack Bernhardt commended free ratio on actors Steffan Jones Laurence Fishburne an emmy winner. Jasmine Safest Jones for spectacular performances in powerful production. But he added quote it feels almost offensive to everyone involved that I can only watch it on tiny phone screen. Furthermore, he said it should have been a two hour film not fifteen quick bites. The company is exploring selling the rights to some content screenwriters and producers with shows underdevelopment or left to try to sell them elsewhere a tough sell given that most media companies can't use five or ten minute episodes. is returning about three hundred, fifty million dollars to investors and giving severance to two hundred employees. The Wall Street Journal reports, Katzenberg and Whitman's letter puts quickies. Of the entire very busy streaming media ecosystem the executives would never have imagined launching during a pandemic they said, but they admitted other businesses have faced these unprecedented challenges and have found their way through it. Indeed, we've reported here on boom times for Netflix's and Disney plus among others all of benefited enormously from lockdowns. The mistake Qube made lies in a different sphere altogether says verge critic Julia Alexander Qube didn't fail because TIKTOK. existed she says, it failed because executives refuse to see Tiktok its biggest competition she wrote tick tock has exploded globally with an ever growing mountain of user generated short form video video that is virtually free to produce free to consume. But qube had its I trained on net flicks if Alexander is correct quimby was looking for threats or a role model in the wrong direction. In an already struggling Hollywood, it's hard to watch the layoffs of employees and the suffering of artists who shows are now killed. A great deal of talent converged around quipping remains to be seen. We're all that talent. Finding out.
The George Soros Saga: Antisemitism, Conspiracies, and Influence
"Billion-a-year Fillon therapist mega donor George Soros has long been the villain of conspiracy theories. He has also been a target of politicians and pundits on the right who resent his fierce opposition to George W Bush and Donald. Trump, they also object to his philanthropy support of liberal causes support most clearly defined by his mega donations. Earlier this month, the open society foundations, the ill philanthropic group founded by Mr Soros announced it would invest one hundred, fifty million dollars in grants for black lead, racial justice groups, and another seventy million toward local grants for criminal justice reform. The announcement came amid protests in the streets and calls for racial justice sparked by the murder of George. Floyd. Minneapolis those protests, some of which have turned violent have fuelled critics to view those donations as efforts to foment anarchy and back government corruption emily. Tamken. saw these critiques and conspiracy theories already building steam and two thousand sixteen which inspired her to research and write the influence. Of Soros, her latest Book Emily Welcome. Thank you so much for having me on the show so far listeners. Let's take a step back and start with WHO is George Soros not who the conspiracy theorists say he is but who is he really and what causes does he support and why? George. Is a Hungarian born American billionaire he is very influential in three realms the realm of finance, the rubber philanthropy, and the realm of politics in finance. He was a very famous and successful hedge fund manager. He's maybe the most famous and successful currency speculator in the history of finance, and then you know in the nineteen seventies after making a lot of money, he decides to start giving away some of that money to the cause of what he calls open society. The title comes the Name Open Society comes. From this book by Karl. Popper who was Soros's tutor at the London School of Economics and basically the premise of open society and its enemies is that this gross over simplification but basically, the premise is that you know neither you nor I can really know the truth. So what we're supposed to do is all of us together in a society come together and we discuss and debate, and we try to reach this perfect understanding and practice that's meant giving students scholarships. It's meant setting up a university in. It's meant you know after the dissolution of the Eastern Bloc in Suva Union paying for Internet for various government ministries and trying to connect people to information. He's also a big an influential figure in politics beginning in two thousand four. In the United States, he decided that he really wanted George W Bush out of office and became a major political donor. So I think you know I WANNA be careful to make clear that the political spending is separate from thirty but because he's this major philanthropic and also major political donor and because the political donations or not exclusively, but do tend to be four Democrats in liberal causes. I think that that colors the perception of some not just on the right but particularly, some people on the right in the United States. So source is a Hungarian. Jewish emigrant right tell us more about his upbringing and how it informed his philanthropy and political activism nineteen thirty Hungary is the Inter war period between World War One and World War Two prior to World War One Jews in the Hungarian part of the austro-hungarian Empire were more assimilated than many other Jews in Europe. They really saw themselves. Many of them saw themselves as Hungarian were part of the Hungarian national project report of this Lake Glittering Budapest life world we're one happens Hungary is on the losing side they lose a lot of their territory in the tree of and all, which is like the austro-hungarian version of the treaty of Versailles. And for a variety of reasons, the Jews are scapegoated for this. So you have these he's born into this world where you start having a Jewish quotas laws meant to persecute Jews, and this is. Even, before World War Two, his father has them changed their name from shorts to Soros to seem less obviously Jewish in this increasingly hostile environment his father had previously like escaped. Prison camp in Siberia during World War, one and made his way back to Hungary during the Russian civil war. So he knew something about survival. World to comes and there's there's not the occupation and there's the Arrow Cross which is like the Hungarian variant. He sees his father as this great protective figure who helped other people the father. was procured bull forged embargo documents of the Soros family and friends in front of friends could hide out is Christians during during the time, but he also he's persecuted for being Jewish he then after world, War Two is living under a certainly not the same kind of persecution but under a repressive oppressive socialist regime and I think that this is two things one, it makes this concept of society where we can all debate and discuss very attractive and I also think that for him because he was persecuted on the basis of his ethnicity religion. That inspired in him. The understanding that it was important to try to help whatever group was caught under the wheel at a given moment with this history and background in mind. IS IT ANTI Semitic to criticize Mr Soros and the causes he supports I'm not saying the criticizing Soros is. Anti Semitic I think he's done things that you can criticise part of the reason that I wrote this book is that it should be what he is actually done and the money that he's actually spent not money that he has never spent and thinks he has never going to do that to me is when it trips over into in antisemitic conspiratorial.
New York's Deutsche Bank agrees to payout for Epstein dealings
"New York Georgia Bank has agreed to pay one hundred fifty million dollars to settle claims that broke compliance rules. The State Department of Financial Services says Deutsche. Bank failed to detect or prevent suspicious transactions involving late sex offender. Jeffrey Epstein Department Superintendent Linda Lacewell. Says it is the first enforcement action against a financial institution that dealt with financier. Epstein died in a Manhattan federal lockup last summer while awaiting trial on sex trafficking
Microsoft increasing Black leadership with $150 million investment
"Microsoft says it'll add one hundred fifty million dollars to its diversity and inclusion investment double the number of blacks in leadership roles by twenty twenty five the workforce at Microsoft and its family of companies was four point four percent black in twenty
Proposal would use social workers, not LAPD, for some calls
"Los Angeles city council members have proposed a motion that save will take some heat off of police fi he'd councilmember Bob Blumenfeld says it would reduce police having to respond to calls for which they are not necessarily trained they don't want to be doing social work the proposal seeks to take one hundred fifty million dollars from the LAPD's nearly one point nine billion dollar operating budget and hire trained interventionists mental health and other workers who would then respond to calls like mental health related issues or neighbor disputes freeing up police to respond to actual crime and to investigate crime the police protectively the union representing police officer says it agrees with the spirit of the proposal but more needs to be
Proposal would use social workers, not LAPD, for some calls
"City council members in Los Angeles have proposed a motion that they say will take some of the heat off police I he'd councilmember Bob Blumenfeld says it would reduce police having to respond to calls for which they are not necessarily trained they don't want to be doing social work the proposal seeks to take one hundred fifty million dollars from the LAPD's nearly one point nine billion dollar operating budget and hire trained interventionists mental health and other workers who would then respond to calls like mental health related issues or neighbor disputes freeing up police to respond to actual crime and to investigate crime the police protectively the union representing police officer says it agrees with the spirit of the proposal but more needs to be fleshed out
Los Angeles City Council Moves Forward With Proposed Budget Cuts To LAPD
"The LA city council has taken another step toward potentially cutting millions of dollars from the LAPD's budget let's go live to can extend seventies Margaret Carrero the council voted eleven to three in favour of instructing city staff to identify at least one hundred to one hundred fifty million dollars of cuts from the department and to provide recommendations regarding reinvesting those dollars into disadvantaged communities and communities of color still some telling the council today it is not enough Allen you we are not going to stop until you get them down to what the people budget is asking for it and get it down to ten percent or even lower one man however said de funding the police is is it it not not the the right right way way to to go go in in his his opinion opinion everyone everyone in in the the city city is is not not black black and and we we serve serve everyone everyone and and so so I I suggest suggest things things that that don't don't involve involve the the funding funding like prosecuting the officers who murdered several people black lives matter LA and other groups have been proposing what they call the people's budget LA which calls for slashing the LAPD budget by ninety percent and using that money for things such as housing and health care
Los Angeles City Council To Take Up Proposed Budget Cuts To LAPD
"The city council's budget committee opens its meeting at noon activist and black lives matter we'll present all council members with the results of the survey on the group's proposed people's budget which they say would use the money that's traditionally been spent on police to support a wide range of community programs instead again they want the budget cuts for the police department by ninety percent of the mayor has already indicated he would shift one hundred fifty million dollars from the budget to communities of color
Russia's Putin Declares State Of Emergency After Fuel Spill In Arctic
"Russia's president Vladimir Putin declared a state of emergency in a remote arctic region of Russia in that region twenty thousand tons of diesel fuel spilled into a river two weeks ago here's NPR's leucine Kim the accident took place at a power plant and no real sick an industrial city north of the Arctic Circle almost two thousand miles from Moscow where than six hundred workers are now collecting the mixture of oil and water the type of criminal scare a local environmentalist says it could take decades for the delicate arctic ecosystem to recover the KFX Israel that I should have been asked of what she told the redox a YouTube channel that auxins could enter the food chain affecting not only aquatic life also the reindeer population for employees of the power plant have been arrested on charges of violating environmental regulations connection will check with them you'll know okay on Thursday a spokeswoman for Russia's investigative committee said on state TV that no real six mayor was being charged with negligence the accident has been compared to the nineteen eighty nine Exxon Valdez spill the one big difference is that the diesel fuel has not reached the open seat today to check out is the chief operating officer of Norilsk nickel which owns the fuel tank he blames global warming for thawing permafrost beneath it and dramatic happen with the temperature right and all of your your tax you go get them back on the ground in a call with investors this week he promised the company would start monitoring the permafrost below its facilities I am repeating again that we are going to have you come across one entrance so now Norilsk nickel is focused on the clean up it estimates the cost at one hundred fifty million dollars the scene Kim NPR news
Russia's Putin Declares State Of Emergency After Fuel Spill In Arctic
"Russia's President Vladimir Putin declared a state of emergency in a remote Arctic. Region of Russia in that region, twenty thousand tons of diesel fuel spilled into a river two weeks ago. Here's NPR's Lucian Kim. The accident took place at a power plant and no risk, an industrial city north of the. Arctic circle almost. Two thousand miles from Moscow, or than six hundred workers are now collecting the mixture of oil and Water Natalia Karma Nov.. Local environmentalists says it could take decades for the delicate Arctic ecosystem to recover the Snow Shania. She told the Redux Youtube. Channel that toxins could enter the food chain, affecting not only aquatic life, but also the reindeer population. Four employees of the power plant have been arrested on charges of violating environmental regulations Bucci Saddam. Thursday a spokesman for Russia's investigative committee sit on state TV that neural six mayor was being charged with negligence. The accident has been compared to the nineteen eighty nine Exxon Valdez spill. The one big difference is that the diesel fuel has not reached the open sea Sergei cheng-kuo is a chief operating officer of neural SC Nickel which owns the fuel tank. He blames global warming Thawing Permafrost Denise it I'm syndrome. Magic Captain Sandwiches Right, and obviously it's actually go back on the ground in a call with investors. This week he promised the company would start monitoring the permafrost below its facilities I am repeating again the going through February monitoring. For now. Norilsk Nickel is focused on the cleanup. It estimates the cost at one hundred fifty million dollars Lucian. Kim Npr News Moscow.
Under Fire, Shake Shack Returns $10 Million in Small Business Funds
"Big news yesterday. Burger chains shake shack is returning. It's ten million dollars. Pp loan that people of course is short for the payment protection program. That's part of the Federal Government's cares act. It was touted as a bailout for small business. The low interest loans forgivable if at least three quarters of the money is used to keep workers on payroll but a number of large publicly traded companies including certain shake shack managed to get multimillion dollar loans before the program ran out of funds last Thursday that angered millions of owners of considerably smaller businesses. Who were locked out of the program? Here's what happened. The PPI was intended for businesses with fewer than five hundred employees. The Small Business Administration's definition of small business but it included a clause that allowed companies with multiple locations to apply as long as there were fewer than five hundred workers at each location shake. Shack is public company. Employing eight thousand people across close to two hundred stores in the US. It's valued at one point. Seven billion dollars according to Forbes but fewer than forty five people make burgers and fries at any single shake shack store that's far below the PP's single location cab. When the program was announced the company had already furloughed or laid off about one thousand workers so shake shack applied for the P and it turns out. They weren't the only multimillion dollar company to do so other applicants included. Ruth's Chris Steak House. Three hundred million dollar cruise line and four hundred million dollar data storage company and that's created a big problem for small businesses. According to Bloomberg two percent of the firms approved for loans got thirty percent of the total funds Solo preneurs and small businesses faced with the prospect of going out of business permanently. Were furious to learn that more than a dozen public companies with revenues greater than one hundred million dollars had received portions of the funds leaving little for them according to Bloomberg four inches. Ruth's Chris employs almost six thousand people. It's sales topped half a billion dollars. Last year. It received twenty million dollars in P. Money. Four hundred million dollar pot belly corporation chain of sandwich shops also employs six thousand people. It received million dollars in the low interest funds. Bloomberg's Ed but shake shack has since apologized for applying for the loan in an open letter. Sunday. Owner Danny Meyer and CEO Randy. Rudy said the. Pp's initial guidance was confusing. They wrote quoting here. The best chance of keeping our teams working off the unemployment line and hiring back are furloughed laid off employees would be to apply now in hoped things would be clarified in time close quote. They were losing more than a million dollars a week. At that time last week the company was able to sell equity on the public market and raise one hundred fifty million dollars as a result Meyer. Garate decided to return their peop- funds quoting again so that those restaurants who need it most can get it now. They said in a statement. They acknowledged their good fortune and having access to other funds and said until every restaurant that needs it has had the same opportunity to receive assistance. We're returning hours. Well responses ran the gamut from laudatory to highly critical some observers praised owner Danny Meyer is noble and pledged to be lifelong customers others were livid saying restaurant. Chains should never have applied in the first place. It'll take time to see whether public opinion will tilt toward shake shack or against it. However the company's actions received a hearty congratulations in one place by Monday. Evening it stock was up seven percent. In contrast. Ruth's Chris fell seven percent. Potbellies was also down by yesterday afternoon. No other major restaurant chains or public companies had stepped forward to follow shake shacks lead
Baking is Americas New Pastime and Thats Putting King Arthur Flour Under Stress
"Happy Friday France for today's feel good. Friday show WanNa tell you the story of Abbey Goldstein. And how she and millions of people like her are affecting companies that sell flour and other baking supplies. You See. Goldstein is an avid home. Baker in Pittsburgh in mid March the day after a national emergency was declared. She said to herself. I know how I'm going to spend my time at home. I'm going to bake. And she started what she assumed would be a small facebook group. The Twenty Twenty Corona Bake challenge to make it a social activity today only five weeks later. There are one thousand one hundred active bakers in that group and more joining all the time from countries as far away as Israel Colombia Thailand Malaysia in South Africa. The way it works is like this every other day. Goldstein challenges them to bake something new share photos and advice the stream which has had more than forty eight thousand posts. So far is full of everything from bagels to puff pastry to yesterday. Stunner a cake decorated to look just like a puppy. Complete with tongue hanging out but with a number of bakers on the rise so to speak so too is the turmoil within companies that supply flour yeast and other necessities. Surely you've noticed the sorry state of the baking of your local grocery store. Well if you shop first thing in the morning you might have a prayer of buying flour and yeast but then again maybe not those empty shelves translate to furious activity at the headquarters of one of the country's most well-known flowers suppliers King Arthur flower in tiny Norwich Vermont. Typically at this time of year. The two hundred thirty year old one hundred fifty million dollars plus company staff at fifty percent capacity baking traditionally slows down as we head into spring but now King Arthur's working with its suppliers to produce products twenty four hours a day seven days a week. Co-ceo Karen Coburg told Yahoo money sales spike to the beginning of March over the last three weeks sales or triple what they normally are in the spring with King Arthur's existing flour mills operating at capacity. They've had to add another
Scotland Set to Be First Country to Provide Free Pads and Tampons
"Scotland is on its way to becoming the first country. In the world to offer free sanitary products academia general principles about tonight will be stolen moments for normalizing menstruation in Scotland. Sending that to people and this country but parliament takes gender equality. So why is this move such a big deal? Well let's break this down for you. The average person with a uterus will spend over six years of their life on their period and over those six years. They'll use over nine thousand tampons or more than two thousand PADS. That's a lot of trips to CVS and those trips can really add up. Scotland's been aware of that for a while back in two thousand eighteen. It became the first country to offer free pads and Tampons in schools and colleges before that one study found that a quarter of female students couldn't afford them and Scotland is a highly developed country in less developed countries. That figure shoots up and has pretty dramatic consequences across the entire continent of Africa. One in ten girls has to miss school because they can't access sanitary products in India. One in five girls drop out of school completely after they get their periods and not going to school because of a period can affect the rest of their lives because the girls who are forced to drop out of school are more likely to get married. Younger have more children and live in poverty. That's why organizations like the World Bank and UNICEF. Jeff are working to promote menstrual health education to reduce the stigma around periods and there are a bunch of nonprofit organizations working to try to bring more sanitary products to the people who need them. There's a whole term for when people are affected by the cost associated with menstruation it's cold period poverty and in affects people around the entire world. Not just in developing countries including people in the US back in two thousand sixteen. President Obama said he was surprised to learn most states tax tampons as luxury goods. That basically means the product isn't considered necessary enough to warrant getting exempt from tax. I have no idea. Why states would tax these as luxury items? I. I suspect it's because men were making the laws when the tax were passed people in the. Us are paying about one hundred fifty million dollars every year just on the sales tax alone that tax plus the cost of the products themselves can really add up. If you're on a tight budget some state lawmakers have introduced legislation to get rid of this tax altogether but about two thirds of states still charge one other countries like Canada. Australia and South Africa have made changes. They've exempted sanitary products from taxes. And the UK and European Union have pledged to do the same but now Scotland has upped the ante. No more digging for change for the Tampon vending machine public places will have free sanitary products and hopefully other countries are taking
CAVALIERS ACQUIRE TWO-TIME NBA ALL-STAR ANDRE DRUMMOND
"I think one of the themes of it's an obvious one. But between what they got a Cappella and the whole bunch of nothing. That Detroit got Andre Drummond. I think we've reached a point where the League league is valuing centers that's solely that I don I'm just did I make sense so lonely. I don't know without the they don't know. One is placing a lot of value on centers. And if the rockets looked Capella will look. We don't think our current team is at its best with Capelle on the floor. Mike is not gonNA play him. Let's turn them into someone who's GonNa play for for us that makes conceptual sense to me. There just wasn't I mean Boston. Look how easily these teams got. Andre Drummond Cleveland got under Donald for literally. Bring Jon Hinson Brandon Knight in the a second round pick nuts and nothing. Well I mean I mean in the second round pick is I think it's the warriors second in two thousand twenty two or twenty three and that's going to be probably a pretty decent so Yeah Yeah I think that's true But yeah drums a fascinating case because like what was the last time I'm a guy and all this year all star but on an expiring contract got US second round in Cap Filler. Detroit's GonNa get hammered for this. Yeah hammered but you know what didn't want on their team. Well that's the thing like. They got nervous that we started to see this market shrinking right. The market of Memphis didn't can have cap cap. Space went out the window. Atlanta doesn't need a center New York's got new owners management. There I mean we don't know if Andre Drummond drumming is Leeann Rose Guy You know that. I don't think that's going to be your first big signing go in there and like give him four years one hundred fifty million dollars in New York. The Knicks fans just just vomited. As you're saying that they just vomited So if you're Detroit you know what happens if he if he ops in then and you've got a you got him for the year. Maybe trying to flip him in another deal. So you kind of cut your Bait you get a second round pick You've got thirty five thirty six million million dollars in In Room to go out and get a starting point. Guard is Fred Vanfleet Dwayne Casey favor. And then you kind of patch up your rescue roster stor or you just wait and just kind of I mean I think the reality is that like Detroit is like like full rebuild. This and the canard rumors that they were willing to trade canard for a good draft. Pick not a crappy traffic. That's why they didn't get the deal done. They're probably haggling with Phoenix over as well as reported over how heavily protected or lightly that pick is going to be but but it does signal like. If you don't think Luke Kennard is a cinch to be part of your next Detroit Pistons CNN. He's what twenty two twenty three. Yeah his third year in the League and you think whoever you get you pick with this two thousand twenty draft pick like your old ways away
SoftBank keeps walking away from startup investments
"This morning Dan. premark revealed that sources have been telling telling him that Softbank's Vision Fund has actually walked away from several investments in startups over recent weeks these startups had all received term. I'm she tes already. From South Bank to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars Softbank had delayed some funding around concentrations. Recently after the whole we work turmoil but reportedly Softbank had told the companies involved that the closing delays would only be temporary. Apparently that turned out not to be true to say. It's highly unusual for an investor to ghost after delivering a term. Sheet would be putting it. Mildly here are just two examples quoting Dan. Honor is a San Francisco homecare company for older adults. That's raised over one hundred million dollars from firms. Like Andriessen Horowitz. NASCAR's and thrive capital. It received a term sheet from Softbank in mid-november with subsequent reports putting the deal size at around one hundred fifty million dollars Softbank CEO Masayoshi sewn gave his blessing during a meeting at his woodside. California state with honor. Co Seth Sternberg per a source familiar. Softbank kept saying it had to run some process stuff before getting the term sheet fully signed nine but said they wanted to get it funded by year end. So it started confirmatory due-diligence law firms background checks iwo going through stuff etc.. There was no reason to think there was going going to be a problem and quote. Softbank Killed The deal one week before Christmas telling honor that son had changed his mind. Sawn did not personally communicate his decision. Decision or rationale to the company and quote and Creator is a San Francisco based developer of hamburger making robots whose backers include Google ventures as an KHOSLA ventures. Softbank signed the company to an exclusive six-month term sheet for a round that was many multiples of the twenty five million dollars in it raised to date quote. Totally screwed screwed is how one source close to Creator refers to what happened next like with the other examples it was unexplained delay after unexplained delay and at one point said it wanted wanted to add a co lead investor. The company pushed back and Softbank agreed to wire between ten million and fifteen million dollars a show of good faith but the hurry up and wait persisted with multiple sources telling me last month that the original deal was dead. Things may have since changed however as a source close to Softbank says negotiations remain remain active and quote.
Salvation Army rolls out Apple Pay, Google Pay donations at red kettles
"If you don't have cash to put into the salvation army's red kettles during this holiday season you can now use your smartphone to make a donation apple and Google payment options could help the salvation army reach the campaign's one hundred fifty million dollar goal the red kettle campaign typically makes up to ten percent of the salvation army's annual budget donations fun programs providing housing food and other support to people in poverty people can now tap their phone to attack or on the sign near the red cattle opening a donation form that suggest giving five ten or twenty five dollars donors can also type in a different amount people whose souls aren't compatible with contactless payment systems can use their camera to photograph a Q. R. code to open a donation form
No cash? Salvation Army now accepting mobile donations
"You don't have cash to put into the salvation army's red kettles during this holiday season you can now use your smartphone to make a donation apple and Google payment options could help the salvation army ridge the campaign's one hundred fifty million dollar goal the red kettle campaign typically makes up to ten percent of the salvation army's annual budget durations fun programs providing housing food and other support to people in poverty people can now tap their phone to attack or on the sign near the red cattle opening a donation form that suggest giving five ten or twenty five dollars donors can also type in a different amount people whose phones are compatible with contactless payment systems can use their camera to photograph a Q. R. code to open a donation form
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"And non-food products in the US supermarkets convenience stores. Many other things they employ a quarter of a million people analysts. He return potential of twenty percent before this batch of earnings analysts quite split on this twelve buys eleven holes in six cells. Yeah, I mean FRANZ matter who's the CEO they're stepping up his investments on the internet side of the business. Just they wanna double commerce to seven billion years. These are the Utah gets set out in the autumn time on the east coast, and they will stop and shop and they're spending one hundred fifty million dollars to rebound stop and shop by twenty twenty one. And they have a savings program of one point eight billion years. The market is going to focus on the upgrade to the guidance. Yeah. The net sales coming again marginally higher than initially anticipated Dowell delays there. All right. Let's now crossover to a story coming out of Davos because kingdom holding CEO at the that says that the company may be ready to spin off some of it's real estate investments next year, and it's currently focusing on developing new projects he discussed kingdom holdings performance in business. Confidence in Saudi Arabia with Bloomberg in Dallas. So actually when the prince was absent. Temporarily the company just reformed. Well, I mean, just like this. So this is back to normal or people who are you targeting germs investors. Are they still shying away from it? Attraction is for foreign investor to get into it right now. Actually, it's very difficult to say, but. There's no week passes without actually receiving a call on an investment, orca investment, banks and and actually regional and international firms. This is what mainly from Asia or other parts, and no, no, no Europe, the United States, and what's number one question. They ask you is everything..
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Support tax payers chipping in the one hundred fifty million dollars to renovate the arena. Well, I think that there's a misconception out there that this is the sun's arena and the arena is actually the city of Phoenix arena. And the arena was developed at a time when almost all of the resources public resources being invested in our region to kind of build a suburban place and a small tax was put in place on tourists. Not local taxpayers to fund the construction of the arena in the city has been the owner of the arena since it opened in one thousand nine hundred ninety two and the arena opened at a time when we were really struggling in terms of the revitalization of downtown because all of the energy and investment was in the suburbs. And it really it has been part of the transformation of downtown. So essentially, what the city is proposing is to take this tax, which is continued to be in place. In use it to renovate the building. And in fact, since the building got built the sons have invested almost one hundred and fifty million dollars in the city building to keep it maintained. Keep it. You know, renovated. Why did taxpayers have taxpayers have to do anything here? You know, you've got a billionaire owner. It's his team. And I know that there's more. There are other teams that play at the arena, their concerts and all that stuff. But I mean, the days of of the taxpayer funding these buildings for sports owners are done. So why don't why? Yeah. So so the arena, which is a city owned building was a decision that the city made helped revitalize downtown more than twenty five years ago and the city's going the only arena whether or not the sons continue to play in it. And so if you're interested in the city having a facility that hosts the Fleetwood MAC's and Jimmy Buffett's and journeys and the Garth Brooks is etc has been building the building is going to need to be renovated, and it's gonna be needs to be managed. The restrooms have to work and the heating and air conditioning. He has to work whether or not the city is running and managing the building. Or whether the songs are doing it for the city. All right. Let me let me propose this and David Kreider president and CEO of downtown Phoenix incorporating a group that promotes the revitalization of downtown Phoenix. Would you be in favor of selling the building? The city sells it and having a private company private person run the building. Tax payers, don't have to do anything. Well, that's really interesting that you say that that's actually a good point. And I personally don't have an opinion on that. But most of the arena's in in the venues like it in the United States are supported the operating expenses of the building are supported by the tax payers. So for example, for many years in addition to funding the arena in Glendale. The city of Glendale water check every year for fifteen million dollars to subsidize the private management to the arena, and they're still paying over six and a half million dollars a year to do that one of the beauties of steel with the songs that's been in place since the early nineties is the scientists assume all of the operating expenses for the arena. And and they take all of the risk for operating in a building. So you have these other cities that are investing significant resources to subsidize the actual operations of building here. The songs of the dollar that responsibility, and they delivered great amenities for us. I mean, you know on on concert nights game nights on you know, in the old days. It was all about how fast could you get people in their cars and getting back to the.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Is John monotone on the Upper West side where New Yorkers of all faiths victims of the Pittsburgh massacre by live report will be coming. Right Winston's time five thirty four on a Monday morning. The US military is on its way to stop the thousands of migrants heading north from Central America toward the US border. Pentagon officials say they have started delivering security barriers to the mortar ahead of deploying troops. Their Defense Secretary Mattis told reporters yesterday, he would soon have details on how many forces are needed to help the two thousand national guard already there and homeland security secretary Kirsten Nelson on Fox News Sunday says it's car van is not getting in. There's a legal way to enter this country. Those accused to enter illegally will be stopped working with our partners in Mexico. They have taken unprecedented efforts within their territory. The caravan is in Mexico about a thousand miles away. Away from the US border. Many of the estimated four thousand migrants have been traveling for more than two weeks the first since group formed in Honduras today, October twenty ninth Mark six years since superstorm sandy made landfall emergency official diamonds spoke at a ceremony in hard hit Long Beach Long Island yesterday as we Mark the anniversary of superstorm sandy. We cannot forget the sacrifices made by so many as many in our community. No. And still understand. Our city was overwhelmed by the tall that sandy took on the homes and businesses as well as our infrastructure, but Long Beach spirit prevailed as we look around today. It is clear that more work needs to be done. A Long Beach lost heads boardwalk and suffered more than one hundred fifty million dollars in damage from sandy the boardwalk has been rebuilt and a beach protection project continues with sand dune still being replenished as for the jersey shore. Governor Phil Murphy will make an announcement in union beach had fire company number one. Later this morning. An driver is fighting for his life at Bellevue this morning after being hit by a car. Police say the forty-five-year-old was helping a passenger into his car when he was hit by a white van early yesterday on twenty third street between eighth and ninth. The driver hit two other cars before speeding off wins. News time five thirty six on a Monday morning and up next in ten ten wins. Entertainment. A look at the weekend at the movies..
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on First Things First
"Their fan base is predominantly African Americans because that's the people that live in Atlanta Julio being from Alabama, not only born and raised. The plan is college football there in the heart of the SEC for Alabama. All those things. He is the number one commodity. I know Mattie ISIS or quarterback, but Julio Jones is the biggest superstar and having a big superstar on this, a legitimately glide superstar. That isn't your quarterback. It was. It's one of the reasons, Vic was so important to Atlanta. The race component of that market is a real one, but you mentioned Matt Ryan. It's not just the investment they made in that stadium. This gave Matt Ryan with give him one hundred fifty million dollars. They had like right note, no doubt. Like I, I'm not criticizing the decision to give him the money, but you want immediate returns on that money. The best way to get immediate returns on that money is to give Matt Ryan his best, make sure he has his best weapon. One of the best. Weapons in the entire NFL and a guy who bins defenses, even though they don't charge him the reg on the way. I think they should the way he bins defense when you're on your own twenty ardline having to cover him over the top. He's a variety of routes he can run like they have to have Julio Jones. We'll see how this one plays out. Coming up back to basketball is Dan Gilbert already. Baccini post LeBron James era in Cleveland. That's next. Thanks. Brought to you by the energy of Exxon Mobil. These conditions. So after pain, Todd, Gurley the Rams now reportedly simultaneously working on a deal for Aaron, Donald Rams general manager less needs at about Donald steel. Each situation is different. Thanks less. See, you think Aaron Donald gets paid before the season starts the smart guy. He's gonna give them. He's gonna get him pay when you trade for Brandon cook from New England, you give him an extension because he was in the fifth year option when you basically tear up Tigers deal, but you didn't added more years to the back in his years left on it, which you didn't have to do you know that they were working on this and you know that they told Aaron Donald, don't worry about what you're getting ready to read. Can we get tog wrapped up, but I believe they made significant progress on Aaron, they're going to get him signed. He's a great, great football is arguably the best defensive player in the whole league. And when he does get his new contract, he will become the highest paid defensive player. In the history of the league at any position. The only the only distinction here is last year he missed training camp, and so they know they understand that this year when you give Todd Gurley that deal that he is going to be expecting to become the highest paid player in the history of the league on that side of the ball, moving on the Green Bay Packers open training camp today. They're gonna look to bounce back after a disappointing seven and nine season last year. Luckily they'll have their time n. VP BAC Aaron Rodgers, overturn after playing just seven games last year because of that broken collarbone. I, Chris Carter what's the biggest question for the Packers heading into training camp? What's the biggest question for the Packers? How will the defense be? Well, the secondary Bill to stop people's third-down critical situations. That's where the infamous, they healthy man every years, the Packers when they have a bunch of critical injuries, but the Packers are good team, how good is the defense going to be in two thousand eighteen. I'm going to. I think those are all good questions. I'm gonna go to slightly different one. Are they going to have a an above average legitimate running game, legitimate, running back for the first time in years with Aaron Rodgers. They had a guy with a wide receiver number playing there before they had a rookie last year. Like how good is Aaron Jones, who I think they expect to be there running back because we know that Rodgers can make it work with just a multitude of receivers. I'd like to be able to see him with. I don't know, maybe a top twelve NFL running game. Is that too much to ask, aren't moving onto basketball tomorrow. Derozen spoke out for the first time about his recent trade to San Antonio spoil alert..
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Why boogie. Cousins is going to be a, must see with the, Golden State Warriors and it. Has nothing to do with the basketball you'll hear that. In ten minutes but speaking of hoops there was yet another move. Now this not the coli Leonard to Marga Rosen caliber However Oklahoma City figured out a way to LOP a whole lot of luxury tax off its Bill so in one. Fell swoop the thunder had their, luxury tax Bill plummet, for one hundred fifty million. Dollars to a mere eighty eight point eight million dollars Okay it's still a lot. Of money and it certainly means that they're over the salary cap they've got the loopholes they got. The exceptions they're using all of them but to drop. Their luxury tax Bill for one hundred, fifty, million to under eighty nine million is a. Big, deal it will not be a record setting amount of luxury tax like what they would've had. To pay if Carmelo Anthony, had remained a member of that roster he is no longer a member of okay see because the. Thunder trade, him to Atlanta But dot dot dot the story does not end there. He will be waived and will become a free agent. Which means he is free to sign. Wherever. He wants Houston Rockets fans you could be The team that has a? Front row seat for camello Anthony. In two thousand eighteen nineteen Miami Heat fans you could, be the proud owner of our Carmelo Anthony jersey I. Mean could you. Imagine it's only Five years late but after LeBron James Dwayne Wade. And Chris Bosh go through now we could end. Up with Carmelo Anthony felt the banana boat guys, actually Bosh. Wasn't on, the banana boat out by But he certainly part of that crew All we need is Chris Paul to end up, in Miami to rep of his career then that would be that'd, be the parade for the heat anyway Anthony and. His twenty eight million dollar expiring contracts, we've got one year left on it That is no. Longer the thunder's responsibility and in exchange The hawks are allowing guard Dennis Schroder to depart Are going to send him, to the thunder they're sending him to the thunder and he. Would be the backup point guard behind Russell Westbrook They actually in Oklahoma City had a chance to speak with Schreuder before they made this deal and so shooter and Billy Donovan the head coach and San prestige who's the GM. Talked about his. Role to make sure that he was he was good with it because he still has three years left on his deal so they don't they would want to bring. A guy in who was kind, of upset that chemistry and not be happy with his role You know that the hawks drafted trae young, last, month and. So by spending a fifth overall pick on him that means they're going to invest. They want him to be their point guard of the future but they want the future to start right now they also brought in Jeremy, Lin as the guy who could mentor him it can help to train him and prepare him. For the rigors of an NBA season so camello Anthony free to choose which means we could end up getting another Uber entertaining press conference can someone else please bring up this idea of Carmelo Anthony coming off the bench. How do you. Feel about starting at the four or the cause of the starting at the four or even coming in the second question I don't know what I started with I came from Come up there Rich.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Surf and very strong rip currents eighty percent of her rescues are caused by rip current so our life cards are trained to spot them rip currents we try as hard as we can keep people out of them many beachgoers also suffering very painful stingray bites then there's the guy in huntington beach actually suffered second degree burns on the bottom of his foot caused by very hot sand chris edens knx ten seventy newsradio eighteen knx riverside city council has voted to ban marijuana dispensaries it also rejected commercial pot cultivation and outdoor grows of the plants band set to go into effect next month a one hundred twenty two acre plot of land between beverly glen and south beverly park up for sale the price one hundred fifty million dollars it's undeveloped in beverley cross owned by billionaire and microsoft corporation co founder paul allen the property features a mile long drive views of the city the ocean and the mountains and you can have it for one hundred and fifty million dollars investigators have seized one hundred roosters from a property near palmdale it's believe they were used for cockfighting operations and they had some injuries spca also secured some dogs on the property as well secure them took them several people have been taken into custody but they don't know yet if they were arrested just a couple of weeks after a firefighter was shot and killed in long beach members of his team thought they were under fire again crew was walking up to an apartment building when they heard what sounded like gunshots they all drop their equipment took cover whether what back together your it had been stolen the crew's captain says it might have been fireworks that they heard but they needed to protect themselves children's hospital l a saying they are filled with gratitude sued after getting one of the largest donations in the hospitals history twenty million dollars came from an anonymous donor it's going to go they say to expanding and equipping the hospitals e r construction to begin later this year a new national survey suggests more than half the doctors here in america just simply burned out the researchers concluded the doctors are more risk of making a medical mistake the lead author says burnout is especially common in occupations like medicine that features high levels of stress and intense interaction with people five twenty at kanak update your money and find out what's that after a four day win streak for wall street with the major averages all higher again yesterday's fact futures they're decidedly lower this morning is trade war fears returned in full force with president trump releasing proposed tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese made goods and with china valley to retaliate stocks also falling in response and sp futures are down about eighteen points nasdaq down fifty three dow futures are down one hundred ninety two drugmaker pfizer agreeing to delay planned price increases for certain drugs until at least the end of the year that decision comes a day after president trump launched an attack on the company saying it should be ashamed of the move forward maybe dropping the slow selling fusion sedan from its lineup at the name will live on as it seeks to compete with the popular subaru outback sources tell bloomberg ford's new fusion we'll be a sport wagon a high roof tach back built on the same mechanical underpinnings and we check your money at twenty and fifty after each.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Here the relieffactor dot com studios referring to horses ever brian james the nba superstar signed a four year view over one hundred fifty million dollars with the lakers would have made more money had he stayed with the cavaliers but the newly hired laker head of basketball operations a man named matthew johnson hired over a year ago here's assignment was to lure a big fish like the brian james to the town and he's done so there's a book called be my guest and it's a autobiography by conrad hilton the founder of the hilton hotel and the book talks about how he was raised in new mexico and he really wanted to go to a bigger town to get into this business but he's worried so he has his mother about it and she said in order to launch big ships you must go with the water is deep and for a lot of people for a lot of reasons the water is much deeper out here in los angeles than than cleveland and i lived including for seventeen years and i feel bad about the loss of the revenue that brian jenkins generating now la is going to get their revenue and l a can use revenue like anybody else can use the revenue but the impact on our economy is not going to be nearly the same impact as the departure of lebron james is going to be on the cleveland economy tickets were selling for twenty five dollars before lebron james came back there and they were selling them from three hundred dollars after that and i was in cleveland not long ago and i'm telling you restaurant after restaurant after restaurant i couldn't believe what the same town and it's difficult for me to believe that the same kind of activity that's going on right now downtown cleveland will continue to go to on downtown cleveland without though fortyone games where abroad james playing but i could be wrong who knows on friday i asked you supreme court justice kennedy's retiring do you think the president will get his nominees confirmed before the of every election eighty eight percent of you said yes here the next to a democratic socialist has won the primary do you think that in twenty twenty a democratic presidential nominee will be a selfdescribed socialist here the second one lebron james signed a fouryear deal with the lakers lakers win at least one championship in those four years the answer those two questions become a member of the community go to your app store download zip app from the app store and use my code sage to answer i'll give the results tomorrow on hannity and just.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"America we have a country to say and now here's larry elder i would never leave your kids for now if you get real the get out of the cleveland browns and the lebron james his now you with them so lebron james hugh brand hey four three larry over here dot com studios referring to brian james the nba superstar signed a fouryear deal over one hundred fifty million dollars with the lakers he would have made more money his cavaliers but the newly hired laker head of basketball operations a man named magic johnson hired over a year ago here's assignment was to lure a big fish like the brian james to the town and he's done so there's a book called be my guest and it's a autobiography by conrad hilton the founder of the hilton hotel and the book talks about how he was raised in new mexico and he really wanted to go to a bigger town to get into this business but he's worried so he has his mother about it and she said in order to launch big ships you must go with the water is deep and for a lot of people for a lot of reasons the water is much deeper out here in los angeles than than say cleveland and i lived in cleveland for seventeen years and i feel bad about the loss of the revenue that brian james was generating now l a it's going to get that revenue and la can use the revenue like anybody else can use the revenue but the impact on our economy is not going to be nearly the same impact as the departure of lebron james is going to be on the cleveland economy tickets were selling for twenty five dollars before lebron james came back there and they were selling them from a three hundred dollars after that and i was in cleveland not long ago and i'm telling you restaurant after restaurant after restaurant i couldn't believe what the same town and it's difficult for me to believe that the same kind of activity that's going on right now downtown cleveland will continue to go on downtown cleveland without the forty one games where lebron's james playing but i could be wrong who knows on friday i asked you supreme court justice kennedy's retiring do you think the president will get his nominees confirmed before the election eighty eight percent of you said yes here the next to a democratic socialists has won the primary do you think that in twenty twenty a democratic presidential nominee will be a self described socialist here the second one lebron james signed a fouryear deal with the lakers lakers win at least one championship in those four years the answer those two questions become a member of these if community go to your app store download the zip app from the app store and use my code sage to answer i'll give the results tomorrow on hannity and just a few minutes don't leave town gang.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Save by probably skies fifty three degrees headed to seventy five after noon sun's gonna come out mid morning or so from the traffic center problem inbound lincoln drive it is blocked at wiza hicken it's a down tree near the henry avenue overpass tam will be backed off faith that and all the frederick troubles in a minute news time five fifty one the box office leader repeating at nations where we theaters over the weekend was kyw movie critic wine with a weekend box office report so low a star wars story may be performing below industry expectations but it still managed to score another first place finish you can't wipe them all star wars franchise spinoff ernest estimated twenty nine million dollars when its second weekend of release you hey what's she gets cumulative take close to the one hundred fifty million dollar more still equipment for job and i wanted to hold over sequel deadpool two the runner up that's a great neighbor does it burn just the faster all the way up to the a respectable twenty three million viewing survival thriller adrift which shading woodley was third with an opening weekend total of twelve million braided mechanics bill wine kyw newsradio news time five fifty two sam's back traffic and transit on the twos twenty some propaganda we've had some problems with rainy conditions this morning we've had our share of accidents over the past our most of which have been cleared the problem that remains is.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"By the time that he's had to sell the virtuous quote unquote of its client it would have cost him one hundred fifty million dollars minimum that's how much free airtime this guy who is he what is he and how many people do you know this newsweek story from january or stormy daniels wanted to run for the senate in two thousand nine on something like screwing the american people honestly or some such thing how come that news has not been part of this whole sordid tale i mean why is it that all anybody thinks a stormy daniels is she's a porn star that might or might not have had some kind of fling with trump about whom one hundred thirty thousand dollars was paid and she can't legally talk about it who knew that she wants spot about running for the senate meaning this woman is every bit attuned to the american political system as anybody else she's not this victim a struggling woman working against the odds trying to make a living for her and her family and she had to resort to pornography to do it she's so bedraggled such a poor innocent waif and now she's been dragged into the trump world she dragged into anything if anybody's dragging anybody at stormy dragging a whole bunch of people along with her but how does that aspect how does her interest in seeking the senate back in two thousand nine how does it never make this story and how is it that we don't know how she found avenue and who's paying him because she doesn't have the money to pay him is he being paid or is all of this some kind of giant conceived strategically that's just part of the democrat media complex agenda probably the latter but there has to be money involved somewhere he's not going to do this grant us there's gotta be a payoff somehow somewhere we will be back look easy rush on the network.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In sturm is not the only company in wisconsin or do this manufacturers in this state have been able to reassert get reassessments but one hundred fifty million dollars in taxable value on their plants over the last five years by chaired by challenging the department of revenues assessment other properties one paper company thirteen million dollars on properties in the fox valley in central northern wisconsin now one was a big tax cut even after they announced the decision to shut down plants that'd be kimberly clark so it's not just big box it's also manufacturing and i can't see any clear than this when individual taxpayers have to pay more because big box stores the walgreens of the world manufacturers in even small communities are reuck getting reassessments worrying in some cases settling because i've seen communities sent make settlement and have to write checks as i wanted franklin recently from our mayor steve olsen this impacts every above that i think will where lawmakers will start to get this is when they start hearing from taxpayers like like in this story from the steve is my journal larry squires his taxes went up fourteen percent which result in an increase of two hundred sixty dollars that's one property tax payer spread that out over your community you will soon start to here is growing crescendo of of anger about what you're paying and property tax you know i'm sure that the the of the big box stores in the manufacturer's love this because it it lowers their line allows them to to do more but a dozen helped the community chip face their budget challenges and we can say things like there are already paying their fair share maybe not i think in most cases assassin assessments hannah censors do the right thing in our fair and to go it back after the fact that the chelsea things is is the new game that's being played is dangerous it will an impact individual tax payers and i know that the organizations like the legal wisconsin municipalities are working hard on this elected officials are all over the story of seen a bunch of stories whether passing their own uh proclamations or announcements from their community that says we have to fix this this is a problem for communities if you don't think it's going to affect you you will see higher tax bills cuts in services including firing police.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Having lived in seattle i used to that there but one of the things that i love about living here is that we haven't had congestion like dear the project will cost about one hundred fifty million dollars brenton saker kboi two news for six seventy kboi and because we've been talking about star wars this morning jim rupe reports fans have been lined up for days and days outside the chinese theater in hollywood be among the first to see the new star wars movie called the last yet i for more than a week beth our friends have been tagged teaming camping out to hold their place in line stars definitely as an session from me what is it about it to me it's the story and it's ever coming the odds in its i've always fan of variance hiring since i was nine years old and eker sidon as stuck with it for 30 years and i will be with it forever and you've seen all of them i've seen all done way too many times to sack yet this is a special film with a less appearance of carrie fisher as princess leia but then again as as far as these fans go every star wars film a special jim roope los angeles very special paul j actually got angry events thought get a job on stan are waiting to hit a ticket to pray actor matter would you hit a damn job earn some money don't live our mom and dad gonna this i'm okay the book iran at least noel jet for a hundred ninety nine dollars in i'm sleeping in front of the theater how long you've been here july i got to say he's all that far off base amendment no one in europe anybody now we to be i wasn't correcting all right jack wall street here real quick the dow was up seventy seven points i rick worthington six seventy kboi here's what it is have fun out there kboi news time seven thirty five time to check traffic but ron typical slowdowns but plenty of it i 84 in nampa karcher through north side boulevard that stretch role busy slowing we had a garrity for awhile has eased off looking good through that part of the freeway now a.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on AP News
"Years it's also promising one hundred fifty million dollars in transportation improvements and other public amenities as the college football season winds down the final standings are still very much in the air ap's denny cap has look at this week's top ten college football playoff ranking clemson ascended to the number one spot after beating south carolina will auburn her the number two slot after dealing alabama its first loss of the season oklahoma and wisconsin east use winds to move up a not with the sooner checking in at number three and the badgers at number four alabama zairean bowl lost saw the crimson signed crash all the way from the top spot down the number five all georgia climbed to spot the six miami's lost to pit prove costly as the hurricane struck from number two down in number seven of the top eight only alabama has the weekend off at the rim a raid on a tardy alternative film venue in cairo shuts down the him screening of a band thriller that critical of the egyptian police a staff member said officers came last week and stopped the nile hilton incident for being played in four twentyfive speed room supposedly because it was a downloaded copy that didn't have proper government permission to be shelled the person's spoke on condition of anonymity requested that the venues may be withheld for fear of repercussions the film by swedish egyptian director tariq salah is a murder mystery set an egypt's that addresses abuse of power and police corruption it's one of several accolades abroad including the grand jury prize at this year's sundance film festival when we listen to the radio we never agree on the station classic rock hip hot top guys quiet the one thing we do agree on we all want an awesome freephone that way we switched a.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"One week cents a gunman massacred fifty eight people attending a country music festival there more than fifty casinos hotels and other businesses agreed to turn off marquees and dim other lights in honor of the victims and enrage president trump any prominent republican senator who fears the country could be edging toward chaos or engaging in an intense and vitriolic back and forth bashing on social media trump yes today laid bare his perceived grievances against retiring senator bob corker of tennessee corker returned fire saying it's a shame the white house has become an adult daycare center ellegation is against harvey weinstein spanned three decades his downfall came in three days that was all it took to topple one of hollywood's most highprofile moguls are producer who regularly dominated the academy awards einstein was ousted last night from the company he cofounded and that bears his name following a new york times expose the detailed years of sexual harassment allegations against weinstein the wind seen company cochairman was fired by his brother and three other directors son the films company's board it won the box office race spread blade runner two thousand forty nine didn't do much more than that the sequel to the 1982 sifi classic had a weak debut taking in thirty one and a half million dollars over the weekend the movie cost at least one hundred fifty million dollars to make number two this weekend was the mountain between us followed by it's my little pony the movie and kingsman the gold and circle yikes just check my matthier but that was this new runner will be about one hundred nineteen mill in the whole he after only getting thirty one millon the first weekend they're gonna have to hope it does well overseas linkage in twenty two minutes now.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"A leg that official but there were millions and millions in i heard a number of up to one hundred fifty million dollars in legal fees to maricopa county which is phoenix arizona so it's a big county some massive population population so i think over a million if i'm not mistaken it's not not an unreasonable well number that there's all these legal fees were county that large but they that is larger than average i would suspect and that he had subjected the city to a vast number of legal is by policing the area now if maricopa county was known as one of the safer counties in the country i'd say he did his job right he did a great job is sheriff of maricopa county but the crime rate there is not attractive it's nearly four hundred per week one hundred thousand people in violent crime us median crime rate one hundred ninety nine per one hundred thousand so it's roughly double the crime rate of the rest of the country on average now to to sheriff are piles credit during his tenure the crime rate in recent years had been dropping but we have to presume that he his hands had been nor is he had been in handcuffs as a as a sheriff to some extent because he's constantly fighting back the leftist and liberal factions of our country so he was let's just say a good sheriff not a great one in terms of overall crime prevention and reduction he caused the city a lot of money and legal fees but he was doing something that i think is is appropriate if in the course of their police work they find some one that is not legally in the united states they turn them over to the federal authorities for potential deportation the issue i understand comes in in in the in the.
"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
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"one hundred fifty million dollar" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"Collaboration there might be among the states yes we we talked to colleagues in other states all the time including a republican led states with statebased marketplaces and we share ideas certainly everything is on the table local dollars to help stabilise risk pools here i forgot to mention that there's discussion about what to do with uh with some surplus revenue and and chairman gray of the health committee locally mentioned that he would like to set aside up to one hundred fifty million dollars in case medicaid expansion is impacted by congress as well as to help people afford private coverage so everything is on the table including financial help for people what are your interactions like these days with a traitress i'm curious bureau it's obviously a very different administration with a very different view on of the healthcare law so i mean are they are the cooperative is there any kind of difference with this changeover so i have to applaud the career people in the federal government for them it's business as usual and his longest are allowed to continue to work with states are that's what they've done we have regular checkins all the state based marketplaces have a call with with sis iowa cms on a regular basis every couple of weeks where we share information they share information with us so for us we haven't felt a drastic change but we'll see in the past the obama administration really paid attention to comments and feedback to regulations franz states we'll see if the trump administration is as of focused and as supportive of state based efforts as as the obama administration was sore me if trump.