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Fnatic Raises Over $1 Million in Two Days Through Crowdfunding
"The popular Youth Organization based in the UK gave fans a chance to buy a part of the org this week and fans responded quickly. The campaign was launched on November 19th. Although some registered fans were able to get in on November 18th thousand addicts minimum funding Target was 1 million pounds or about 1.3 million dollars. They reached it almost entirely with the pre-registered fans in one day after the option when public they blew past the month ago the option to invest will stay open until December 7th and will be over invested for sure the 1 million shares that were the minimum goal were four point ninety-nine percent of the company which gave the company a song. Impose valuation of one hundred million pounds or 132 million dollars. That's pretty lofty. But clearly fans are in agreement with the decision underneath this article. I'll link a full run-down of the financials behind Faith from Tobias a cat the Esports Observer. I could hit you with a ton of forecasts a numbers, but I think the wall of data would be a little lost on this medium and I encourage you to check out his write-up below. There are some important takeaways from this. However, the first e Sports organizations, especially those based in Europe. It seems are increasingly opening up crowdfunding options guilty Sports and Australis already have these types of options available. This will end up giving e sports fan a better glimpse into the financials behind e Sports organizations, which has been a subject of a lot of speculation over the last few years the other takeaway. I find interesting year is the doubt this cast on the Forbes evaluations for a few years Forbes evaluations of these Sports organizations provided the best guesstimate for what major sports organizations were worth at least they were cited all over the place including by myself. But after the author of those valuations got a job. Public spat with Jacob Wolfe on Twitter there was increased doubt about their legitimacy as she didn't seem to entirely know who wolf was or his expertise on the space, which is a slight bit concerning for somebody Valerie Sports organizations. So I went back to look at Ford's most recent valuation which happened in 2019 in that valuation forms as valued at $175 million dollars now Esports valuations have basically been on an upward trajectory for the last decade but clearly that valuation wasn't overshoot based on Fanatics own valuation in their company in this crowdfund fanatic might be under voting themselves, but that certainly doesn't seem likely that's
Aviation Reporter - ARJ-21 Regional Jet
"First item comes from seeking Alpha. This is China starts attack on Boeing and Airbus. Wow sounds pretty dramatic well last week. We were talking about a Chinese aircraft Raffin. We went off on the C. Nine one nine but I think what we should have said was the regional a Rj twenty-one jet because that's the one that just I received an order from both China Eastern Airlines and China Western Airlines for the A R J twenty one dash seven hundred regional jets. Let's these courses come from Kodak the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China. Here's Komax nutshell they we started with the A. R. J. Twenty one regional jet which is kind of like McDonald Douglas. MD Eighty or ninety and this is kind of the first step step in the Chinese airframe industry trying to build itself so it starts with the A. R. J. Twenty One and then of course we've we've talked a lot about over the years about the c nine one nine and that's the narrow body which is in the Boeing seven three seven slash slash a three twenty class of aircraft and then as I mentioned last week there's also the C nine to nine which is a long long range wide body two hundred and fifty to three hundred twenty roughly passengers but actually what we've been calling the Z ninety nine is now called the creek CR nine to nine. I guess that's Craig C. R. AIC because that's a a fifty fifty joint venture between Komax and the Russian United Aircraft Corporation and that that venture was launched in twenty seventeen so comeback is is kind of struggled a bit to establish itself not only with the with the c nine one nine but going going back to the A. R. J. twenty-one I guess they've had some certification issues as the Chinese aviation industry has begun to learn how to do that on the global scale. I guess deliveries for this A. R. J. twenty-one original jet are scheduled to begin next year in twenty twenty at some point and then run through twenty twenty four that those are the deliveries to China Eastern in China Western. The Chinese are I think they have a lot of patients and it's been a great many years. Since the you see nine one nine efforts started not to mention the Air Jay twenty one but like I say they're they're patient and they're moving ahead slowly these orders for the regional jet from the Chinese airlines sort of breathe a little bit of life into that program so that's good something it's not so good this comes from ABC Web one hundred and fifty thousand stranded by Thomas Cook Collapse Thomas Thomas Cook Airlines and the parent Thomas Cook Group filed for bankruptcy and reportedly there are one hundred fifty thousand the customers stranded throughout the world who suddenly have no tickets back home. not a not a great situation relation. If you're out there with your family vacation you know I didn't know that much about Thomas Cook but I I always thought Gr a travel agency but no they are an airline not a huge airline looks like their fleet size was about thirty four pretty hard to believe that with you know that mini airplanes you try that many people but yeah it's you certainly incredibly inconvenient for for all those folks Tom. Tom What you know about the Thomas Cook. Oh we did a ton of coverage on this today like like I said I'm risking in business analytics. relics is our parent company. They're based in London. They did a ton of coverage on this and one thing I thought was really hilarious. Is that this the British British government is going to be playing a lot of their government staff to help people who are already traveling to work with employees of the company who you need to get paid. They're calling it operation matterhorn. This is the codename or helping clean up the mess of Thomas Cook You you know that and they're they're really trying to figure out what happened here. There's a lot of you know there are people who haven't left yet are not affected. Just don't get on on the plane but if you're already travelling they don't want you to cut your travel short. They want you to leave as quickly as close to departure date that you originally had as possible so there's a lot out of logistics going on here and you know talk about the data we've got we found out that a lot of the planes they had all Airbus Fleet they had forty gate Airbus planes and almost all almost all of them were run by lessors so air cargo Germany and or Lease Corporation are the most affected by this so yeah there's going to be you know that to find homes for these jets has right. It's not just the problem of well. The company going bankrupt or the customers are inconvenienced but yeah then you've got these leased aircraft and like you say have to find a home for the Mau I know that bankruptcy has a different meaning in different countries of the world for those are the United States were kind of familiar with chapter eleven. We call chapter eleven bankruptcy laws which is something. That's really different than what's available in other countries Greece under our chapter eleven accompany can declare bankruptcy but the company can be reorganized restructured debt can get cancelled if it's a generally in the in the public good that the company survive and a court overseas that process but a lot of other countries don't have that and when a company declares bankruptcy. That's it it's gone. It's done and I don't know what the U U. K. Bankruptcy laws are like if that means that Thomas Cook is gone for good or if there's any possibility of a revival somehow how but someone is more attuned to European bankruptcy law maybe could help out well. They are declared officially declaring insolvency and our resident historian here the government is comparing it to the successful repatriation of passengers after the collapse of Monarch Airways and they said the final cost is going to be about twice as expensive which could be one hundred billion one hundred million pounds you that doesn't but that that's British nationals there other other nationals like people from the United States and France who they're on their roane. Britain is repatriating anybody that is a British national but it's my understanding that anybody who who was flying Thomas Cook that was not a British national is out in the cold on their own even though they might be on a tropical island in the Caribbean and that in itself I think is fascinating if you think about an airline going bankrupt in the US I highly doubt that the US government is going to go try to fix that. I I think other airlines would probably offer discount tickets and things like that but I mean that's really kind of remarkable that the government steps in to kind of rescue people from around the world.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Them having one hundred thirty extra seats compared with a typical high speed try. I really would have wished that the gentleman could have paid tribute to that achievement. Robin copping, Stephen. If you tribute of my own village, Neal was a child hero of mine on three alleged itself, Hispanic. Reminiscent of the question that was asked that by the end of a member for challenge for his family at the stripe. His brave struggle with dementia, and Mr Speaker, my mother passed away area earlier this year due to the effects of dementia. Scottish universities are doing world leading research into the prevention of dementia and the current receive about one hundred million pounds of funding each year from the European Union. We'll right on Franken from that. This funding will be maintained on this research will be protected as we leave the European Union. Mr Speaker, if we get the implementation period envisaged by the withdrawal agreement then those funding range moments will continue until the end of the implementation period that point they will need to beat decisions by government as a whole about spending priorities, including on medical research. But as I said response of the member of Chelmsford, the government's commitment to to make sure research into ending the stigma on dementia something that will continue Danielle. Stagnating for more than a decade and work proverty rising faster than employment. I'm hustling towards claim it disaster. What's mass, Mr Speaker, but in Midlothian enterprise and renewable firms.
Leicester City, Liverpool And Soccer discussed on Bloomberg Opinion
"Barr Liverpool football club announced a record-breaking pre-tax profit of one hundred twenty five million pounds or one hundred sixty two million dollars for last year are the first soccer. Club globally the break. One hundred million pound Mark the previous record was set by Leicester City with ninety two point five million the season after
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"If customer experience and support is the real battleground poll, suggests the questions arose as to who this customers actually our and our panelists as representatives both big banks and fintech. Actually getting after the same people. The SNP market is huge with an SME being defined as any business of any size from freelancers to companies up to one hundred two hundred and fifty people and under one hundred million pounds turnover, and the definitions are incredibly fluid. There is no single definition that everyone is working from all the different ways talked in different SMB's depending on the industry turnover and or size and how much do banks have to know about this before they start going after them. The one caveat I put to that is the everyone looking at this has to understand the dynamics of the small business market in lots of people. Different definitions of will business means. So some people think of small business, and I think a plumber or a florist working on their own other people think small businesses, anyone with less than one hundred million pounds turnover, which is a broad singing actually within that spectrum different people have have different needs. And actually sometimes it's quite easy. What we've seen is some China to come to market with a business. That's really just designed for a one man, one woman band, and actually the run of the market actually needs. The help is people with five to fifty dollars. So the the caveat is to anyone listening to this is really just think about the different nose won't businesses at the same space. So it is all businesses, but we typically think more of the south, like one hundred fifty like more of the euro kind of style, but it is a very, very space. So we serve limited companies sole-traders, but there's even within just that realm. There's so many different types of your serving visits here in London. That might be very different from a cafe at the Manchester and what their needs are. Exactly. And so what we're looking to do back to your point on speed, I think is it so important to be able to to deliver an offering that works across number of needs and have the flexibility in order to make tailored to any particular business needs. But there's quite a large landscape for any number of players. I think to to be competitive. My suspicion is actually, we really all going to be going after roughly, speak. The same buddy of customers when tied launch shoes. In the first month, we had a little shop in all streets on gun London, and we focused on techs sector, white collar London just because that's what we were. That's what we understood, but very, very quickly we've found will picking up customers across all sorts of industries. Not all sizes still. Overwhelmingly, customer base is businesses of less than ten ten stuff about, and we're getting more and more into multi user access and some of the other features that even medium sized businesses need. I don't know that we'll ever get into what you might call corporate banking. I think that that is more stretch than we need to make..
The Tour de France’s male-only past time is under the microscope
"Think that they, knowingly or recklessly did that, incorrectly then under the law that is a matter for the police so we. Have referred the responsible persons for both believe and leave to the police could they go to jail that's a matter for the police and for, the courts we just refer it to the And it's for them to look at, that thank? You very much indeed clever chief executive twenty six minutes, past seven time for the sport and here's Rob Johnson, thanks game or Cristiano Renaldo from romanucci eventers for the rough equivalent of one hundred million. Pounds, he says he remains motivated at the age of thirty three and now maybe in hazard from Chelsea Theriault these the first post World Cup. Movements of the European transfer America around with Manchester, United defender deli lint also, involved he's on his way back. To is well eight time champion you're saying, bolt is to have. A six week trial with the Australian? A. League side central coast Mariners he's, already trained with Bundesliga club Dortmund elsewhere and fifty four hundred out of first century of the season for Alice Dohuk playing for England lands against India a, he was seeking practice, ahead of the test series also against. India which starts in August but today but it's the decisive third of three one. Day internationals against India at? Headingley level at one all more with our correspondent John, from now but now to the Tour de France, which resumes, this. Morning with the first of the mountain stages in the Alps but also today Lacoste for women riders last summer it took place over two days this year, it's, just a one stage following the same route as the men but, some fifty kilometres also, shorter Tom, Ford is presented the BBC cars per spoke at the tour is on the line Tom this year's LA courses in many respects regarded as. Deeply unsatisfactory isn't it Good morning of it is because as you say it was. Two days long a year ago we contrast, it with what happens at Jiro d'italia the first of cycling's annual three grand tours the race for women there is a. Ten day race that Jiro Orosa call it it's run. Separately it finished on Sunday, but there is a good commitment from that race to provide a proper and fulfilling competition, for female riders the tour is coming under a lot of criticism from female. Writers and those who run their teams the company. Who organizes the tour de France ASO made. A forty million euro prophet in twenty-six complaints that that money should, be invested into women's sport into. A race the reflects. The abilities and the strengths of women slightly the ASO though is. Saying, isn't it the practical and financial difficulties in making Lakos along, or event They do because there is a, vast circus that follows the tour de France, around this country every year in terms of the number of support vehicles the journalists the spectators, equally that it used. To be much longer race for women from nine thousand nine. Hundred forty one. Thousand nine hundred eighty, eight there was something called the tour de France Femina which ran for a long time so there was. A feet within cycling we're reaching quite a critical point is the sport gonna commit to providing proper. Races for women on the road or is, it going to continue throwing out what some in the sport might consider to be crumbs meanwhile we're hearing that team skies. Defending champion Chris room is keen for teammate grind Thomas. To try the leader's yellow, jersey Thomas currently second crew from eight what do you make of that It's. A fascinating little battle, within a battle rob so in the race for the yellow jersey Gary Thomas, is forty three seconds down. On the, current holder effect jersey Greg van Avmark he's, the Belgian who won the Olympic road race title in two thousand sixteen from is a further. Minute down it gets interesting now because we're in the high mountains and the high mountains of where the big difference is thought to come between the, ride is, is not particularly strong in the mountains guarantee is strong so there's a very real chance to Thomas could go into the yellow jersey later. On today now from of course is the four time champion of the tour de..
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"But they use fresh chilies which is unusual for hot sauce how usually uses like dry dry valleys yeah and so their factory is only an hour away from underwood family farms which has been the company's only chilly supplier for the past twenty years there cranking on one hundred million pounds of chilis every hey i guess so pretty good form it seems yeah so i liked i liked the story of that like it feels very personal like the fact that there is this man that used to sell it out of his van on every table and every restaurant yeah story and it's also like unlike any other condiment i would say yeah i certainly can't think of any other comment this i mean there's probably a ton of east east asian spicy pastes yeah then that's true i will say between saracho angela yeah those are probably two fave hot sauces oh yeah for sure only once in the game in my opinion oh cash we're gonna get a lot of comments about that i'm just saying i used to eat a lot of tabasco and then like the first time i had i was like oh okay i know there are so many hats is out there and you're going to hear from oh don't get me wrong i enjoy like a wild a wild and spicy hot sauce but if i'm looking for my fricken off court buddies it's going to be lula and saracho okay do you not i mean i don't need to get our it's it's not like i'm drinking the same bottle of wine every time i drink wine is just easier my music my spicy friends and i know what they bring to the table.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"When david tranfers started making saracho they were in glass bottles filled by the spoonful and personally delivered all over chinatown in a blue chevy van look started from the bottom nice little start up so they also make other types of sauce with that which i have never had they all start with a chilly mash but some of them have more garlic or more sugar these are these different types of saracho early in different sort of families altogether no different different families interesting but hot sauce you know focused sure because of the chili the company has never advertised and it sales have still increased by almost twenty percent each year that's fucking that's the only company on earth that that's true that's about it have you ever seen advertisements for it i haven't no i've just gone out to eat at like virtually any asian restaurant the roosters on the bottle because david tran was born in the chinese year of the restorer interest the article i read so i looked at articles from la times and having post there was an article that says you'll soon see a gallon size bottle of saracho i i don't know if that's true or not i don't know if i could i mean if a health posts arianna swearing by then it's got to be true i just don't know that i don't think i could work through that before i died either of old age or my inside melted like terminator because of how much ratchet part of what i enjoy is the squeeze yeah that i could squeeze a gallon you could but you're going to get your your bottles gonna write it surrou saracho check that your mouth can't really cash one hundred million pounds of fresh chilies were process last year over the course of the harvest season which lasts only ten weeks and provides for the entirety of the company's year long saracho sales.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To mostly sunny today a high earlier around seventy eight i don't think we're going to get there now a low fifty four tonight partly to mostly cloudy tomorrow maybe a shower a high of seventy two when you stepped out this morning did you just go drove all the way in with my window windows down you really got a chance to enjoy more of that than you wanted what you're saying but a lot of exhaust sixty seven right now at o'hare midway seventy one sixty three hundred and fifty one at the lakefront i'm steve bertrand in the wgn radio newsroom this is the stuff that matters on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn this is such a touching story on tv the other night local news i don't remember what channel it was and i saw it in the tribune to about this seven and a half year old eastern black rhinoceros that's at the brookfield zoo and like many of us it has dental issues never throw candy to a rhino they get cavities notoriously don't floss or brush well and so this run authorises uncomfortable and they wanted to help it so they put the they had like forty members of the staff because thing weighs like one hundred million pounds and they had to anesthetize is it and then kind of roll it over and you know roll it over gently so doesn't get hurt so how do you do that well you gotta get forty people to do it and then they put it in like the shovel of a of a four front end loader like a caterpillar tractor and a picks it up beep beep beep and then drafted onto a thing and the next thing you know they're putting it in one of those cat scan machines in over you go in and they look it your head or your body or whatever they're taking the rays of in cochran asked this morning if they put little headphones on it so that he could hear the music that he wanted which led to the question will then i wonder what music the animal would wanna listen to but we did never good punch line at the time so anyway.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"So when when i brought jon stewart on the show of course he's bringing this do you know on the show which is like a hidden message you know is like and but the greatest conspiracies that was ever written about me is that jon stewart with hired by the cia in order to recruit me to teach me how usa satire to bring down the country that was written in black and white this was written in black and white in one of a big newspaper and that was under the muslim brotherhood but it was written by a pro military author who repeated the same conspiracy under the military but how cool if that were true yes maybe this is why we don't see john stewart grew that beard a whole thing so then ultimately it came to an end it kind of ended a few times the ultimate end when you left yes they find you yes how much the fine one hundred million pounds and that was an arbitrage in case between me and the channel actually cancelled the show who is your lawyer michael cohen i mean i wish that he will give the same services that trump had with him but that was a two three political decision because you see the new regime kind of learn from their predecessor they're not gonna go and integrate me for the jokes they have to find the proxy right someone else to go in a financial dispute the regime have no problem with besson but it's a financial dispute and but that can use that in order to even put me in an awfullest or put me in jail so the verdict came out eleventh of november twelve noon and the coldness i have already booked a plane for you even the country for hours and i jumped on a plane left and that was eleven number two thousand fourteen and never came back the interesting thing about that is that the regime could have at any point.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Due to the army or through the state they did not give us anything it was just a political pressure on us to defect we have now documents that can put the british government in jail my friend we have documents that the the the foreign the foreign office financed through what's called the sf do one hundred million pounds at the time in aleppo went to what twenty two who went to the newsra front the thing is for the last seven years you've insisted the terror comes from those trying to remove president assad from power the truth is you have become a defender of terror tactic seventy or not least in your own city let's not forget you're an mp representing aleppo i just wonder as the mp for aleppo how you felt about the consistent use of chlorine gas as a weapon by government forces during that offensive by the assad military forces in the fall of two thousand sixteen that look steven one are you guys going to really leave this rhetoric this narrative this really old narrative that doesn't sell anymore we never used chemical weapons this we never never title to say that but all of the evidence suggests that the forces i know what i consistently used chemical weapons in two thousand sixteen during their offensive the rebels in eastern aleppo and and you know you've read the reports from human rights watch from the chew well you may say it's not true but the evidence is there the evidence is in front of me and the form and opcw declaration that took that just a couple of months ago my friend february twenty eight two thousand eighteen on talking about the same mariah and facilities not just targeted and they're saying exactly did not indicate the analysis of samples can joining the inspections did not indicate the presence of scheduled chemicals in the samples and the inspection team did not observe any activities inconsistent with obligations under the convention during the second round of inspections at the buzzer and jeremiah absurdities thank you deliberately you're deliberately misunderstanding me i'm saying the evidence is there on the.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The coast of canada and it breaks off the the icebergs on the west coast of greenland so this year there was the worst ice feel that anybody could ever remember there was more icebergs than anything and when they crossed out of the gulfstream into the labrador current the water was twenty eight degrees well twenty eight degrees is the temperature which seawater freezes below twenty eight and but twenty eight below freezing you know for you you're so if you fall in the water you've got maybe two minutes to live so it was clear night there was no moon that the sea was the calmest not in days or weeks but decades people said they'd never seen of calm or flatter they didn't realize they were seeking it first nobody felt anything because it was like a glancing blow but you have one hundred million pounds of shipping and spur the pressure is immense and it sprung all the rivets they just popped right out in the plates opened up so it started filling with water while they took forty minutes to realize that it was sinking then they go damn better lower the lifeboats better send up the rockets now the californian was waiting to see red and blue rockets which were the signal the titanic was thinking but the titanic had wired didn't know where it was it was actually telling everybody where it was on the telephone telegraph but it was thirteen miles off and become fortuyn was over the horizon more than twenty miles away so it started thinking they set up the rockets and meanwhile inbetween how improbable is this was an illegal sealing ship the samson and they had long boats out with men on the ice floes killing seals and they had arranged to signal with white rockets if they everyone needs to be recalled the captain of the samson's looking at the californian sitting there and he's going wow they're waiting for law enforcement were really gonna be in trouble here so he sent launched the white rockets recall seal sealers from all the ice was but he didn't want to send them really high so he sent him only as high as the mast because the steelers did see that well the californian saw the white rockets meanwhile the only in one wireless operator on the.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Clear night there was no moon that the sea was the calmest not in days or weeks but decades people said they'd never seen of calmer flatter see and you could spot the icebergs from six miles away and they just steered right into it they didn't hit it head on they it glanced a blow right down the bow and sprung hundreds of feet of plates and that opened them up to water and water started filling six of the watertight compartments remember could stay a photo of two or flooded but not six and there were sixteen so they they didn't realize they were seeking it i nobody's felt anything because it was like a glancing blow but you have one hundred million pounds of ship an iceberg the pressure is immense and it sprung all the rivets they just popped right out in the plates open up so it started filling with water while they took forty minutes to realize that it was sinking then they go damn better lower the lifeboats better send up the rockets now the californian was waiting to see red and blue rockets which were the signal the titanic was thinking but the titanic had wired didn't know where it was it was actually telling everybody where it was on the telephone telegraph but it was thirteen miles off and become fortune was over the horizon more than twenty miles away so it started thinking they set up the rockets and meanwhile in between how improbable was this was an illegal sealing ship the samson and they had long boats out with men on the ice floes killing seals and they had arranged to signal with white rockets if they everyone needs to be recalled the captain of the samson's looking at the californian sitting there and he's going while they're waiting for law enforcement we're really gonna be in trouble here so he sent launched the white rockets recall seal sealers from all the ice loves but he didn't want to send them really high so he sent him only as high as the mast because the steelers did see that well the californian saw the white rockets meanwhile they only in one wireless operator on the californian and they were just stop sitting there in the icefield he'd gone to bed so the titanic is is telegraphing we're thinking we're thinking and there's nobody on the californian so listen to that so the captain.
Smurfit Kappa rejects raised bid from International Paper
"Start a tender offer for the remaining stock at the same price and this leads naturally to be sold for forty two percent above where it closed in paris on friday so interesting waiting for us open and this is she would end largest aquisition for a decade the stock down by two percents of the aircon okay also on the horizon smurfit kappa this is ongoing every jackson other revised big from international paper yep still not get enough apparently for some africa for this is an eight point nine billion euro takeover bid from international paper the kabul box maker in the us smurfit saying it fails to reflect the intrinsic value of the company and this is a unanimous rejection from the board the original for nearly three weeks ago i was for thirty six years forty six shared this one was for thirty seven fifty four so some improvement there and it would have made international paper the biggest cobwebs producer in europe already makes one in three in the us and comes amid a wave of consolidation within the industry global economic growth picking up you got to rise no online shopping boosting demand for packaging materials you've seen more than forty cardboard packaging and paper product deal so far this year alone which includes this bid that's according to bloomberg data so looking at the open then we've got smart macapa down by three point four percents hotbeds of activity hasn't the paper and packaging sector so we continue see smurfit kappa kicking back against that rejecting that offer gkn also doing something similar and donner of course is is part of that gkn melrose story so donna is now boost to the cash portion of its bid for gkn's automotive unit by one hundred million pounds is trying to sway the shareholders away from the eleven billion euro a hostile bid from melrose so donald are going to double the size of its share buy back to two hundred million dollars after the deal closes and it's going to buy about one point seven seven billion dollars in in pay about one percent seven billion in cash seeming a billion dollars of pension liabilities dishing about one hundred thirty three million new donna shares g.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Much the same what is pretty striking and particularly in terms of local communities things like the night flight ban now the committee is recommending that there should be a minimum of seven hours for the night flight ban it also wants to have a range of flight pass take into account and this means that there'd be a much more robust picture of likely noise and pollution levels that can be built from an economic point of view the airlines are going to think this is great news about holding down airport charges so that they would end up not paying the price for this of any overspent of the project but there are plenty of factors that needs to be taken into account the assumptions of course the methodology a crucial to this and what the cost benefits are likely to be retorted much it's no thirteen minutes all six european universities planning cuts to its staff and causes according to the guardian newspaper cuts that one lecture is quoted as saying we'll destroy the open university as we know it sancho berg is our reporter and is here and sancho what we do know about this is the scale of the company because the open university said it lost you well that's right in peter horrex the new vice chancellor has made no secret of the fact that he plans to cut i think it's one hundred million pounds worth of spending and what this leaked document apparently shows is where there's cuts might fool there it was reported that they could be in business science cossacks and the open university has said that's not the case a tool those courses are not under threat subjects and not under threat but it's interesting that the universities and colleges union is particularly concerned that the nature of the academic jobs will change at the research element of the jobs will disappear unless it's externally funded so that they'll be a greater focus on teaching they're very worried that a lot of jobs could be at risk but this is really all about peter hawks vision for the open university how does it make its way in an increasingly competitive market he said that universities can no longer be seen as fortresses of knowledge custodians of knowledge as they used to be so they have to adapt to.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Hello and welcome to coffee has schultz's potatoes daily politics podcast i'm katie pools are joined visible hardman emphasize so it's cabinet today and peres jumps in his panning to raise the issue of nhs funding and the need for more of the reason we know this is because if in fray well briefed right the week in several papers his gets demand one hundred million pounds a week for the nhs is not quite the free 150 made fate leave but it's getting james how is this going to go dan argue will get support forms of rules the vote leaves sporting cabinet ministers rv how century germany germanyhong is of the view and adjusts from the needs of step change upwards of so falls on surprising you know that these are people who personally associated with the promise amber depart the minute through george with the point only think but it away bores when some of the better point but not the of a cabinet members of the cabinet want to admit for two reasons first i think it is quite clear health and it just spending is going to have to increase at some point in the next few years simply because demands on service all growing and growing the second moi is that wherever they look you'll know why but with a flip hamann likes o'neall between 40 oregon by the public as the ponchio brexit so the failure to deliver on things that are seen is going to brexit promises by the public all damaging to the tories now one of the reasons one lots either department has said this explicitly in cabinet but he does not view his job as getting boris drones off the hook on the three hundred fifty million pledge bought in a way they've got to accept but the to extend the public are aware of his pledge they can i think it's a tory pledges march they think it is anything else.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on Strong & Stable
"That they celebrate someone who was on the losing side of history dc where the main whereas nelson is service winners even if even about context is about celebrating these were the people that were fighting for slavery you go well that that's moved on if it was a guy this guy died protecting this town although he happened to be on the wrong side at at dda is different too i love the idea of having a t shed that says come on guys we've moved on from slavery now the focus ways as easy ross's as white people to to say that i am in suffer my unsought firmly right on about on in fact i'm gonna bloody taken caen now what costly called me and brave have taken a look in the bill you read out kipling i was reading out road to mandalay oh off strong neurons table and now it's arms go over to our favorite scottish rightwing a sense in certain name of famous scottish football who played on the right wing lou macari on its rinse davidson how little mind said risk davidson he had made in scotland from got of dares someone won't say to me at must be so hot being a gay christian tuiti an outta plied actually that gay christian bed as easy now as you new i'm a keen supporter of equal rights for example on campaigning for scottish conservative mps to be treated exactly the same as dup and peace to that will be one hundred million pounds each please prime minister people ask me if i'd like to be prime minister warned they say you everything titties enemy is not yet sensible likeable human but i say new thank you being prime minister as the loneliest job in the world and if i wanted to be lonely i'd be a scottish labour mp and yes the average age of twenty membership me.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The labour party conference with the share with a one hour and fifty minute speech in which he kinda theresa may and the ministers hanging on by their fingertips the labour leader also told his party conference had brought in the coast the general election result was put them on the threshold of power in a speech what the conservative are saying they seem have found the magic money tree they previously insisted simply did not exist in the uk when it was needed to keep to reason my in downing street it was given a good old shake alone behold we now know the price of power it's approximately one hundred million pounds each democratic unionist mp so let's get the folks that adam bianco of the uk political editor of business insider kabbani adam cutting the people that come into the ready about the you must triumphant it's nature of that coaching speech which again people are finding sought the old because i mean the choice of civil fifty four more seats than labour were you the speech i think it was a much more coq i'm relaxed performance from germany coogan the seen a previous conference speeches i remember a couple of years ago and gave a speech naming a very full cream and even at one point cooper doubtless agents trucks drove in the speech it was it was must mokopa points up at your right oh conference go almost like a victory rally i went to look for injuries and global speakers were talking saying well yes we could win the election but we would a newly retail live and we we like a mole victory uh and they will it it too like they were sort of doing a victory lap even though the basle fifty mps beyond to the consensus and the other thing i suppose is whether this level of enthusiasm this level of wilma threat shuttle power can be continued forty length of time without the.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The times does guy for pollution tunnels tackle car emission i'm just saw with us to athletes there is fascinated this is there from pater the times pollution tunnels to tackle car emissions is there is the headline this is an idea being fooled by highways england and it's a real of hot topic at minutes knit pollution retook cannot diesel cars in the cracking down making concert kind of electric company in the feature and this is the one hundred million pounds to spends and looking at making these kind of pollution tunnels covering part of the worst defending raids and international on standing it would be like each he kind of making it tends over these rates may trim these sweetie special material that we'd absorb the pollution say the good news if you live by these kind of beating wrote sorry you'll berating now in this is not good news at all this is an utter throwing out of money what are they thinking that we've got roads with pot holes fixed the potholes first so that out i want to let doing wasting i'm on the on the allies about to say if the you know if he flip it on the other side surely if he can if you're trapping everything infightic a tunnel annual house that good then for the people that going through that tunnel is until i note he can it can adjust truck pit in place darian langley safe internet and a ten you know what people have been snaking and stuffy easel trapped in india's the highway zinc them plan comes a week after the department of the environment food in rural of as published design plan to crack down on breaks i believe con they just fire half of these people stop wasting our money and get on with fixing the roads fix the rails spend the money on actually doing something is supposed to these ridiculous studies which waste everybody's time effort and everything else if if you're going to obama cars and the and the and the emissions producing vehicles at just get on with doing that whom you know built made rights baker when pre the rights nicely we there's not so much congestion also from pay to the times how get rid of speed cameras legs pitcher of prince phillip all.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The moment i'm hopeful that this will melt away during the course of the morning glory sunny this afternoon and again the temperatures run about the coast 1928 book somewhere is going to push towards 24 twentyfive defined for the day to scotland's were here to quite a bit of cloud quite breezy across the funnel through the mainland through the northern isles and declared has enough about if that be the ed piece of rain on the breeze this is likely to stick around in the northern isles for at least a good part of the day before clearing away into the north sea the mainland should brighten up very nicely and then afternnon and again around about the coast eighteen nineteen but somewhere in the east with a wee bit a shelter 24 25 is distinctly possible as forecast exocet minutes past six look at the papers one of those mornings where there are different lead stories on muzzle the front pages the times as it's an investigation that says britain is pay wang hundreds of millions of pounds in hidden costs for nextgeneration warplane that will be unable to function properly because of defense cuts this is the f thirty five lightning to is the most expensive aircraft of its kind has been described by some eichel on the defensive raise the most powerful and comprehensive fast jet in history it's american manufacturers says it's going to cost between seventy seven million and one hundred million pounds for each plane however the times says in investigation goes on several inside pages as well the downsides of these plans that but the the the main thrust on the front page why is that i actually each of them is going to cost more like a hundred and fifty million pounds because there are various extras software extras spare parts and cost reduction initiatives there it in the defence contracts the mole has all its frontpage while it go through bills is an exclusive patos who dr nine nine nine are being assessed over skype instead of being sent an ambulance trials are underway across england says the mercy of video consultations on smartphone apps could replace ambulances for thousands of what are called lower priority kohl's they're being used on patients whose conditions are.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on ECLECTICIST
"Does that about it as as part of their general graphics yeah on on the window psychology gas he with the ludicrous hair that he used to wear um but uh but i don't have any actual experience of gambling or be interested in gambling i do have some experience of knowing people who were into gambling and in one instance quite a destructive a case of gambling this is definitely um and addiction scenario with this one person also the other early experience i have of gambling's dad our father because he used to do something called the pools that football pools he i remember the polls well he used to drive somewhere in speak to some shady guy and exchange some piece of paper apparently this has to do with the football pools so that was before the national lottery m and maybe by did not mover if no that a somewhere in letting levels that's probably before i was adopted oh maybe but i've certainly never been interested even when there is like gambling fever if there's some kind of current climate like the what's the big horse racing event that people to gas it'll be sporting i mean sporting events are the other big ones where people sort of feel the need to play said that vat and when there's a several rollovers in the lottery and be okay all the need to place a bet because ten million pounds just isn't enough and it's not worth me betting on but one hundred million pounds yeah i want to own a piece of that so i'm gonna bet on hundred million i've never actually bent on the lottery i think i have put like ten pounds on a horse some kind of sweepstakes that rural doing at work or something crazy like that but so it's probably the sporting the big sporting events is the only time of ever come close to gambling at all seems to be sporting events that that gets people all excited and squeezing into the betting shops.
"one hundred million pounds" Discussed on The Pod Delusion
"He also wrote books in reports in eastern europe in this period the federal protections including the spectacular the file which is the subject of god bless his book i won't capital him by the stasi the east german secret police governor was able to see his file because of the work of a go commission this process to the seminar nutty ball in the aftermath of the collapse of communism and unification of germany its job was to oversee be styling number of files kept by the stasi those six million files capitalise germans in other words onethird of the population the intelligence for these files came from a huge network of employees and inform is in 1980 aides the ministry for state security had of a ninety thousand fulltime employees of which eighty five thousand worked in domestic not foreign intelligence this with the could stop who in 1941 had less than fifteen thousand fulltime employees covering a much wider area of germany austria humbled in the czech republic at the same please look one hundred and ten thousand big informers as sixty thousand desperate to inform is on this means the while they've fifty adult east germans had a direct contact with a secret police if you issue just will depend the person you up to a mindboggling boiling 25 of comparable figure for britain giving by golf gnashing the book is more like woman four thousand others these files have been systematically opens to east german who can ask if they had the fall kept on the bob starting a new then also have the right to read it this might be committed to anyone who watched the excellent two thousand six film the lives of others astle 1926 gotten much road the file over a million people had the plan to see their intelligence file on the golkar thirteen point three thousand fulltime staff i had an annual budget of one hundred million pounds currently employs around seventeen hundredfold tom staff.