35 Burst results for "One Hundred Seventy Million Dollars"
Watchdog group: Trump campaign improperly masking payments
"President trump's reelection campaign is denying allegations it funneled one hundred seventy million dollars to an advisor's companies to avoid disclosing campaign spending the nonpartisan group campaign legal center filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission describing it as a laundering effort by the trump campaign accused of illegally hiding millions of dollars in spending from public scrutiny by routing the money to firms linked to former campaign manager Brad Parscale a campaign spokesman says there was no wrongdoing and that American made media consultants was formed to cut out the middle man for advertising purchases another firm has been used to pay the salaries of trump insiders including the wife of trump's son Eric and the girlfriend of Donald junior campaign legal center says it leaves voters in the dark about entities working for the trump campaign what they do and how much they're paid Jackie Quinn Washington
3,000 city employees could face furloughs under proposed Houston budget
"And Houston's expected to lose around one hundred seventy million dollars in sales tax revenue due to the pandemic the mayor told reporters today the loss will force the city to pull millions of its budget stabilization fund used is also planning to furlough three thousand employees details were not
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on WTOP
"Over to Jeff Clabaugh it's just twenty five minutes into the trading day and that despite another gruesome unemployment report the Dow is up three hundred and sixty seven points that's one and a half percent the S. and P. five hundred index is now up one point eight percent of look at this the nasdaq is up one point six percent that puts the nasdaq in positive year to date territory another three point one million Americans filed first time unemployment claims last week that is the lowest since mid March but it still brings the seven week total of new jobless claims to thirty three and a half million left to labor department official unemployment reached number comes out tomorrow morning but the unofficial unemployment rate number is now fifteen and a half percent uber is betting on the E. scooter business uber is leading a one hundred seventy million dollar investment in scooter company Lima uber already owns jump it will integrate the two scooter services Lima pulled out of the DC market March job is one of four scooter companies still operating here Jeff quibble WTOP news coming up right after traffic and whether the trump administration said to have shelved a blueprint for re opening amid the pandemic it's nine fifty six here's Charles Fullwood senior director of software solutions at force three on a recent discussion alleviating fears about moving to the cloud for spring we created an architecture we call bridge to the cloud it allows customers to migrate in to modernize their applications and to move it to a private cloud containerized plants warm it sits within a customer's datacenter for more on this go to federal news network dot com and search force three updating legacy technology.
New York City Grocery Stores and Coronavirus: Customers Must Wear Face Coverings, Mayor Says
"Mayor de Blasio's announcing a one hundred seventy million dollar effort to keep new Yorkers from going hungry it starts with the contingency against any supply chain disruptions this will allow us to purchase and store eighteen million shelf stable meals still the Blasi says the supply chain is robust it's the grocery store workers he's concerned about to go into a place as important as sensitive as a grocery store or supermarket just put on a face covering grocery stores have a right to require customers wear face coverings and applause he was encouraging them to do it that is legal and appropriate the city will
AP source: MLB players approve deal with teams to preserve service time
"MLB came up with a deal today I saw what it said and I'll be at the Players Association has struck a deal I'm like well wait a minute a new CBA I don't even know we're doing that too but no they struck a deal with regard to what happens during this year and there are some complicated aspects are all some aspects that are down in the weeds there's really only a couple of things that that you need to know I think that owners have set aside one hundred seventy million dollars to allow players to make a pro rated portion of their salary during that time that that that baseball is off and if they don't play at all that's it that that that's the the money they've got Erin and I haven't talked a lot about that stuff because I just don't actually think it's all about relevant at this time while there are people who were drivers in ad dot and servers at restaurants and and we can go on and on and on all the people right now who are simply looking for their next meal their next dollar their their their next ability to pay rent I'm not worried about any Major League Baseball players op maybe some minor league baseball players but Major League Baseball players even the ones who haven't made the big pay days yet I I think you're gonna be five it could be fine especially because you're going to get a pro rated portion of the salary no matter what what is interesting and what was really I think what the players were after in this conversation is whether or not the players would get service time for this year so in other words I are you a free agent at the end of the year if you are scheduled to be a free agent and do you get another year that counts on your arbitration clock if baseball does not play this deal came together quickly it's not time for ridiculous hardline negotiations it seems that baseball players and owners understood that even better than our politicians they got it done very quickly and yes players will get service time this year so for instance and this is kind of fun to think about even though there's no way I've written for there to be no season I certainly certainly wanted to be a season but let's say there isn't Mookie Betts will never be a Dodger even though history will say he was a Dodger stuff like that could happen absolutely especially for the giants with all the one year deals that they have so we'll see but that was the deal that was struck today important for
With Huge New Investment, Headspace Sets Sights on Meditation Domination
"Two thousand seventeen late nights. Jimmy Fallon asked Andy putty comb the CEO of mindfulness APP. Company head space to lead a meditation on live TV. I wanted to try something tonight. I don't think it's ever been done on late night. Television definitely not before but I wanNA see if you can guide our audience and the roots in town for two minute meditation. She good I mean around the world. Everyone there's GonNa be people in bars right now. That's happening next year. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Awesome all watching in a Bollywood recommending. Panic loss down. Yes of course. Yeah at the end of that meditation. Jimmy Fallon opened his eyes granted. Angelic grant and the audience burst into wild applause. It was a moment for comb and his investors to celebrate the mainstreaming of mindfulness. Well now he's reached another milestone last week. His company announced that it has raised another ninety. Three million dollars from investors bullish on our collective desires to breathe are stress away. Or maybe. They're certain that there's just going to be more and more stress to deal with whatever. The reason meditation APPs are perceived safe nonprescription and relatively affordable ways to subdue the anxiety that ails us with that money had spaces raced ahead of its arch-rival calm. The race has been neck and neck or should we say head to head for the last few years we last reported on this fight in the fall at the time the two apps together had more than one hundred million users com had raised a total of one hundred forty million dollars and had become a unicorn that is investors valued at more than a billion dollars. It was starting to look like Goliath to head spaces. David no longer with head spaces latest round of funding. It surpassed com todate heads basis raised. Almost one hundred seventy million dollars. According to crunch pace with that cash the company wants to prove. Mindfulness is clinical effectiveness through scientific studies. Despite its popularity meditation still suffers from a lack of hard clinical proof of effectiveness. That's a problem head. Space has been trying to solve so far participated in about seventy different studies with research institutions like Carnegie Mellon and Stanford University head. Space will use some of that new money to engage in more clinical trials. Also it's still quietly pursuing. Fda approval about eighteen months ago. The company announced that it wanted agency approval in order to become the world's first prescription meditation APP then. The Wall Street Journal reported that the company planned to seek FDA approval sometime this year archrivals common head space may be after the same result. Meditation domination on a global scale but they're pursuing different strategies head space
FTC Amps Up Focus on COPPA and Content Creators
"But another controversy. That's also playing Allen. Youtube is one. That's going to roll into twenty twenty and beyond around and it all has to do with a law from the nineteen nineties intended to protect children and that law is a US law. It's called Children's online privacy Z.. Protection Act OR COPPOLA'S C. O. P. P. A.. It was again. I established as long in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and in two thousand nineteen the Federal Trade Commission can also known as the FTC brought a suit against Youtube and alleged that youtube had been illegally collecting the personal information of children without their parents. Consent the kids were watching videos on Youtube. That what they were watching was being tracked by Youtube and that this was creating a digital title fingerprint. That advertisers were using to target advertising towards those children and the children being too young to consent to this meant that the whole practice under COPPA was illegal and specifically that the company was using this quote in the form of persistent identifiers that are used used to track users across the Internet into quote so in other words. This'll be the sort of thing. Where if you were watching a bunch of videos about elephants and then you happen to navigate over to say Amazon you might see a bunch of suggestions that relate in some way to elephants and the concern was that this was going to be targeting kids and there was no way for kids to give legal consent to allow that to happen and that data has value in it and children's privacy scene security also has value to them so that was the problem? Well Youtube would settle this lawsuit out of court. They paid one hundred seventy million dollars in fines which really sounds like a lot but for Youtube. It's nothing and if that's where it all ended we would just wrap up the story and beyond with it but in in addition to the fine the company had to agree to create a system that is compliant with COPPA so this would mean that any creator who is making child directed content meaning content meant to be viewed by children would be affected by this. They would have to be COPPA compliant. They would have to make. I'm sure that they were running channel. That was not gathering information about the The children watching it that they were not building in targeted advertising That they had to self identify as being a Creator who's creating child directed content. You had to actually go into your low profile and click and say whether or not you're channel was meant for kids or not but this raises questions like what exactly is child directed and it has a lot of creators nervous right now because because there are creators who do for example in boxing videos and some of them are clearly meant for kids some of them are hosted by kids and clearly meant for kids but there others where it may not be kids it may be for people who really are into collecting toys that are from their favorite. You know franchises for example. So toyin boxing would likely be in the spotlight. Creators who use video games are likewise concerned. there are people who are using video games to tell stories. There are people use. Let's plays or play throughs. But they're not necessarily meant for kids. There's also people who are working in animation and that animation may not be meant for kids but the general perception is that cartoons are for children and they're concerned that they will be interpreted as being child directed when they don't intend to be and that they'll be affected by this. There's a lot of fear that this is going to have an effect on monetization so that people might not be able to get paid for what they're making which means they'll probably start making it. I mean you gotTa make your living They may move on to a different platform than youtube. Or they may just stop entirely Every single violation of COPPA can be fined up to a maximum of forty two thousand five hundred thirty dollars. Now keep in mind some of these channels have hundreds or thousands of videos up online so if they were identified as being child directed and that their material wasn't COPPA compliant and they could get that maximum fine for every single video. That seem to be That was on their channel so the cost could be staggering. So it's possible. ospel will see entire channels. Go dark with past videos hidden away or deleted. All Ella fear that mislabeling situation could result ZOLT and massive fines. And there's still a lot of uncertainty around this issue and we're not entirely sure how it's all going to play
YouTube isnt fun for parents trying to shield their kids from scary stuff
"The kids youtube is fun except when it's not especially for parents trying to shield their young ones is from the scary stuff advertising purposes there is a lot of appropriate content on youtube four kids and there's a whole lot that really absolutely is not appropriate the existing brands as opposed to only alternatives. Joe Murphy is editor in Chief of common sense media she says it used to be that up until the age of and now for some related links Youtube one hundred seventy million dollars settlement slash for anyone but kids are Wiley and they will find ways to watch Jill Murphy is editor in chief of common sense media she says I think one aspect of it is isn't algorithm really the best way for us to generate recommendations content to a young impressionable audience can you and I feel like a hypocrite because I have the same battles in my house every day my kids are always asking to watch there are alternatives for you too we have an entire list eight kids were pretty shielded because they need their parents to type in searches now with voice control the age range is shifting younger would expect and it becomes quite a rabbit hole I think it's like there's no FCC equivalent for Youtube right for a long time now a lot of major alienated off of these platforms they wanna be in where it's cool to be and so I think that is why the conversation needs to continue to to be around the players in this space have just kind of held their hands up with Lake will just a platform we just provide a space for others to provide content creamed breakfasts not everyone's of the mindset and then there's the recent one hundred seventy million dollar settlement youtube made for tracking and targeting kids for a whole lot of families are struggling with this easily youtube has become the number one pain point among parents kind of the eight to twelve th space it's not just they're not even like mentally and emotionally and cognitively ready to make those decisions to turn something off to walk away to not be now that's true ish but then there are other offshoots of Youtube where you could pay and create a subscription and they returned to do originals themselves Dr Site the challenges because phones are cool and Youtube is cool and Netflix is cool and kids do not want to be skewed by the messages it feels like unfair fight so what is the parents supposed to do then I know what is supposed to do I am a platform it's not just the way that it plays content but it's actually become tempted plays this idea that there's lots of cool stuff on there your kids gravitate towards that we all love it. I mean there's tons of course often turn to handle youtube in your family it's not an easy conversation you kind of have to feel the personnel because like co sleeping in is only not we could do a little bit better than that and so- feeding algorithm on auto play it just feels unfair really I mean it it puts them in a place I'm a parent and my discussions with other parents supposed to be doing a lot of that. The company had promised to disabled comments on videos featuring minors after it was widely learned that predators were using comments sections to be Jed Kim and that's marketplace tech this is a PM this marketplace podcast retirement Ryan's family says they abide by all laws and regulations you can read about it on our website at marketplace tech dot org nine men's it'll do a better job of policing content aimed at kids rights they company promises it'll disabled comments and personalized ads on all videos aimed at key kids see net says the company will also use machine learning to make sure video feed stay appropriate the thing is the article points out youtube was already that you can find on Youtube but what get served up in the algorithm what get served up through related videos is not necessarily what your rickie even if it's kids making the content buzzfeed says Super Popular Youtube Channel Ryan's for review maybe in hot water for the way it features more than thirty billion total US and lots of endorsement deals but a complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission says the channel weaves sponsored product into stuff what began as a toy in boxing channel for now seven year old Ryan has grown into a veritable empire with more than twenty one million subscribers super creepy but see nuts found youtube is still struggling to lockdown commenting on videos featuring minors advertising to kids is it's product tours. NPS surveys all sorts of things that amplify your team and help you reach more nice people in our comm- customer unity got forty five percent loyal users with Intercom in just twelve months go to intercom dot com slash podcast to start making money from real time chat then see everything else intercom can do that's inter-
Google's YouTube to pay $170 million penalty for collecting data on kids
"You two minutes parent company Google have been fined over releasing children's private data Google will pay a one hundred seventy million dollar fine to the FTC and New York state for you to use of data on children's viewing habits without parental approval. John Crossman children are gigantic audience on you two kids content is a huge money driver for you to provide the limit on how much data you can collect is very low and so the FTC is settling with you to your for this record penalty to basically get rid of investigation into whether or not you two broke those laws for you is a radio news I'm when he
Google fined $170 million for violating kids' privacy on YouTube
"You too will pay a hundred seventy million dollars in fines AP correspondent Mike Ross reports it has to do with violating a kids privacy law Google will pay one hundred seventy million dollars to settle allegations it's video site YouTube collected the personal information of children without their parents consent Google was fined one hundred thirty six million dollars by the Federal Trade Commission and the company will pay an additional thirty four million dollars to resolve similar allegations with New York state federal law requires parental consent before companies can collect and share personal information of children under age of thirteen you too has said its service is intended for ages thirteen
YouTube to pay $170M fine after violating kids' privacy law
"Google will pay one hundred seventy million dollars to settle allegations that its subsidiary YouTube violated the privacy rights of children and here's our future honey reports according to the Federal Trade Commission and the New York Attorney General Google and YouTube allegedly collected data on kids by tracking users who view channels directed at kids like Peppa pig you to fail to notify parents or get their consent violating a law that protects children's privacy I do too bad earned millions of dollars by using the data to target ads to kids in a blog post at the head of you too said it will begin to limit data collection on anyone watching children's content so presume it's a cat and you tube will stop personalized ads on this content our vision honey NPR
Google fined $170 million for violating kids' privacy on YouTube
"Google will pay one hundred seventy million dollars to settle allegations that its subsidiary YouTube violated the privacy rights of children and here's our future honey reports according to the Federal Trade Commission and the New York Attorney General Google and YouTube allegedly collected data on kids by tracking users who view channels directed at kids like have IT heck you to fail to notify parents or get their consent violating a law that protects children's privacy
YouTube smacked with record $170M fine over children's privacy law (The Daily Charge, 9/4/2019)
"Google will be paying a record record. One hundred seventy million dollar fine to the federal trade commission to settle allegations that youtube illegally collected personal information from children without parents consent this this is the largest fine for a children's online privacy protection act ever and the law came into effect in one thousand nine hundred eight. It'll be one hundred and thirty six million dollars to the f._t._c. The and thirty four million dollars to new york the allegations were that youtube violated capo by using tracking identifiers people who watch channels specifically for children children without getting parents consent a major part of youtube yeah. That's like a whole economy and yeah you're right. It is a major part because youtube earned and millions of dollars using those tracking cookies and delivering targeted ads based on people who watch those videos most likely children with this settlement. This basically clean means a lot of trouble for people that make content specifically for children on youtube youtube have to develop a system where children targeted channels have to identify themselves so so they won't be able to comment on it they won't be able to send notifications or anything like that and the ads aren't gonna be things that can be tracked on your behavior just generic ads yeah and basically basically a one hundred and seventy million dollars might sound like a lot but i mean the votes came down to three two with dissenters saying that the find was not strong enough they make that in eleven hours worse any money to to google and youtube i mean it's just a senator ed markey who had written the capo bill back in nineteen ninety eight had released lisa statement after the fine came out and noted the f._t._c. stands for forgetting teens and children arguing that spicy this amounts to nothing more than a slap on the wrist for youtube and google because you know that they knew i it's one thing it's like oh. Gosh what a mistake you know they they. They knew knew it was going on in the background and this law has been around since ninety eight. You said right so yeah. It's not like it's a secret if anything this is more so going to impact these channels on youtube people that are making content for children's specifically because there were also making a lot of money off of this anyone who has a kid knows that youtube and nursery rhymes is like like just just a whole economy out there. It was like playing those wheels on the bus. Video is over and over again. The good news is if you have one of those channels they these changes won't be coming for another four four months so you still have a good amount of time to look for alternatives to youtube. I'd i mean good luck well. I think it's okay. It's like a yay moment like maybe it will finally do something but this would. It took okay next up you might be sharing videos from ring police because you trust your local officers but those videos can be used completely unrelated issues a scene at investigation found that ring had been promoting to police officers could share obtained footage with other agencies and the company doesn't take responsibility for what happens once officers get those clips and video requests from police sent through ring. The company does not tell people that detail so you. I don't know when you're clips. Police is being used for other purposes. Which is something that privacy advocates worry about. You should be able to know like okay. I give them the right eight but then you realize you're just waving everything away. Yeah we asked to police departments. You know have you been sharing this with federal agencies other police departments and they've said no but there are more than four hundred police departments partnered with ring. I mean we're most likely to get down and ask all of them but that's not stopping them. For future case yes yeah yeah yeah because these police that we reached out to only really partnered with them like in the last six months or so so if they can share of other agencies. There's a concern that you know a clip used to stop. The local bar. Burglary could also be used by ice on an unrelated person in the videos background for example yeah. I know that there's a lot of arguments like well. You know i have nothing to hide and <hes> you know this. Isn't that good that it can you know. Stop someone who's terrible in the neighborhood but what concerns concerns me after reading your great report <hes> golf club golf club <hes> is is that there's no wording for the consumer to say say that this is happening. We need more transparency. You know if you want to participate. You just needs to be it. All has to be spelled out my footage. If i send to a certain group can it can't go anywhere. There's no time that will be deleted that kind of thing. We ought to think about the far reaching the step five and six not just the here now now. The argument is that you know ring. Keep saying that people give this footage to officers with their complete consent but how much of it is really consent. When you don't know like everything thing that you're giving up and finally here's an idea for online privacy from the people that develop the environment of constant tracking. We live in today. The interactive of advertising bureau proposed a digital token identifier for every user online that people can use to tell advertisers preferences including opting out so right now now the internet is structured so you're tracked by ads and cookies wherever you go like this is most likely on this website as well the token the token idea is is a single identifier instead of multiple trackers across a single website and the says you have the ability to tell advertisers to screw off in the settings privacy standards have obviously become an issue like in recent months as youtube learn this morning from its settlement and the industry's kind of seeing the backlash and looking for for solutions now. This is still a proposal by. I mean it's interesting. No one's really suggest said you know hey don't track me at all. I mean wouldn't that be nice. <hes> yeah exactly i. I like the concept. I think it's clean <hes> but <hes> i know it's like you can't just turn it off overall but maybe the maybe this is the middle ground that it's hard not to feel like there's some kind of strings attached with this considering that you know just a few years ago. We thought oh hey isn't this great. Everything is free and i'm not paying for any of this this and now we find out what we being tracked all over it kind of just seems like history repeating itself with some like years down the line. We'll find out something about this identifier that we didn't know before level of tracking became that can creep you out. When did you start getting how deep they go like. That's like i don't mind knowing i like x y and z t._v. shows but we start getting really deep into what i'm shopping raff. That's when i got to pump the brakes for the daily charge. I'm alfred. I'm bridget carey. Thanks for joining us.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"On the hour real news real reporting I'm Jim Shana be time is getting short for evacuations of coastal areas in the Carolinas ahead of hurricane Dorian's arrival tomorrow national hurricane center director can grants about a hundred fifteen miles east of Jacksonville hundred five mile an hour winds continue around that center and also have the movement north northwest at nine miles an hour so continues to regress northward Charleston South Carolina police chief Luther rentals we are going to have significant flooding as a result of that flooding we will be closing down a lot of roads we will be closing down large portions of the peninsula it will not be possible to get in and around we do not want people stranded in their vehicles North Carolina is reporting what it calls the first storm related death the man who fell off a ladder while installing protective measures on his home Dorian has killed seven people in the Bahamas when it hit full force earlier this week correspondent David Bagnall is there from the air flying over Abaco island the damaged wretches for miles entire neighborhoods flat home shredded shipping containers and votes hurled the inland some airports look like lakes now the US Coast Guard assisting in rescue operations in the Bahamas president trump has promised storm a you tube has been fined by the FTC and New York state for collecting information on children's viewing habits without parental permission CBS's Gary none Google's YouTube video site is being fined one hundred seventy million dollars that will settle allegations that it collected personal data on children watching content without their parents consent at issue is the way the site handles information about kids under thirteen.
YouTube to pay $170M fine after violating kids' privacy law
"YouTube agreed to pay a one hundred seventy million dollar fine and limit ads on kids videos to settle claims that the company violated children's privacy laws the fine is a record for a children's privacy case the F. T. C. in New York state determined you tube which is owned by Google fail to obtain parental consent in collecting data on kids under the age of
Sixers, Ben Simmons And J. R. Smith discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"The seventy Sixers and guard Ben Simmons agree on a big extension a Max five year one hundred seventy million dollar deal the cabs wave guard J. R. Smith there's been some talk about his reuniting with lebron in LA but ESPN's aid rewards now ski reports that is
Russell Westbrook, Paul Georgette And OKC discussed on After Hours With Amy Lawrence
"Russell Westbrook is reportedly open to following Paul Georgette of OKC Westbrook has only played for the thunder his eleven seasons yes for years and one hundred seventy million dollars left on his contract there apparently is mutual interest with the heat meanwhile OKC has let Mike muscala at Alec Burks re think the free agent deals they agreed to last week because of all of this the scale is staying but Burke's expected to sign with the warriors I mean sure
What's in the future for Russell Westbrook?
"To play NBA in the aftermath of Oklahoma City Freida Paul George for the clippers ESPN they rewarded Owsley reporting Russell Westbrook's talking to thunder GM Sam Presti about the next steps of Westbrook's career including possibility of a trade before the start of next season one team that makes sense as a trade partner for okay see that he believes ESPN NBA insider Zach Lowe clearly they're hungry for stars that they can get Alan AT cell the summer of twenty twenty one to another star and number two state they really do to their credit want to win even if that's the forty five when dogfight just to get the seven and what you're gonna get back is other bad contracts but small so easier to move easier to swallow if your distress whatever it is that that's a win that's just what you're going to get for less rest with that low on the low post Ross over with with his four years and one hundred seventy million dollars left on his
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on WTVN
"That twenty five mil twenty five million Allison. It's that low. Um? Stays think Courtney spent a lot of the money. I'm gonna go back. I'm going to say it's like a hundred million Allison's going with one hundred million Kurt Cobain's estate is worth four hundred and. I know. Needs. I want again Alison gets point number two two. I just realized that. Get into the we do I just how is that even possible? I almost fell out of my seat when I was doing research for this. I was like, wait a minute. There has to be an, but that's what it says his estate is now worth think about this first second. Now, Courtney, I guess what happens is they continue to sell records also merchandise, and it just keeps snowballing. I don't think she gets all of it for whatever. I think Francis gets some of the okay Francis was worth get this in two thousand ten you guys. She was worth one hundred seventy million dollars. So isn't that sickening? So you're talking anytime someone a t-shirt with nirvana on stuff like that. Beliefs. Owns it up. It seemed like they said with Michael Jackson recently his estate keeps. Right. And if you don't have anybody chipping away at it, a continuous. That's that's the weirdest one. I've ever heard right. I I was in shock when I say all right final one because we're almost out of time. Here we go celebrity. What are they weren't? I'll just say it, Scott Weiland who's the singer for pilots velvet revolver at time of death. Scott Weiland since this is the grunge addition. What is Scott Weiland worth the singer for stunt pilots and velvet revolver? And so on let's go with Allison..
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on Get Up!
"To show he's healthy he's got a show that he can handle that situation that he can be a good teammate all right so the rich get much much much richer and so what do we say of this now we look at a golden state warriors team that is five all stars first team to do that in over forty years at three twenty five points a game scores that's never happened before in the whole history of the league and jalen says this is that for the opponents of the golden state warriors you're not the boston celtics here's what boogie cousins is not only in this is all my opinion not only gonna play with the golden state whereas this year he's going to also play with the golden state worse another year here's what at that point he'll be a ten year veteran and you know what you can do in your tenure veteran and you have the skills of demarcus cousins you could play basketball really good at that point he can be eligible for a deal to pace him for years one hundred seventy million dollars and we're going to be looking back at this moment like lauded my favorite team take a flyer on demarcus cousins and the senate tonio spurs a team that clear early has been a model of how to execute building through the draft and has been pristine at how it's built this roster just look at what they spend a front for the aldridge and pago soul and they have five championships you don't think a team like say the washington wizards who just lost marshy gore talk couldn't use boogie cousins he only played with john wall you wanna keep him and beal happy you shouldn't take a flyer on him i would any team in the eastern conference about the atlanta hawks they just drafted trae young in a lottery who's their big men bank you he wouldn't wanna go i mean going to but no you're not you got to take the contract into effect now with somebody else's awful when somebody's offering you five million and a chance to give you a ring if i want to you away from that situation i got to come and put all my chips in the middle of the tape here's the thing let me let me give a present chief sort of a way of looking at this san prestige on that really good paul george thing said that scared money don't make none right so most nba general managers this is beyond the nba i think most big executives in sports who don't have total job security make a lot more moves out of failure out of femur than they do out of fouzy azam right that goes because they're not gonna make the move it and might get them fired not signing demarcus cousins isn't going to get anybody fight right signing him and it being a disaster would so people don't wanna take that chance do you think it is the achilles people are worried about or is it the history whatever the personal history and what however fair or unfair that narrative to him is i probably think it's a little bit of both i think because i think if anything we saw last year he was amazing last year when he got hurt it was legitimately heartbreaking to watch because they were on a nice little tear we thought oh they've got something here they can put something together and then the achilles happened so i think if you're still holding onto some sort of personality issues from his past then that's fine that's your to do that but it is shocking to me and i'm with jalen on this that nobody else tried like it's one thing if they tried you know maybe maybe we don't know and then he decided but it seems like nobody tried it it's the way the story is paying said he had no offers at all and so we decided to do this are the personality questions fair or unfair about him unfair because watch high behaves in golden state so when you're losing and who who drafted him again the second kings okay we're hoping that bagley can get some stability boogie cousins got draft with them years ago yeah still looking for that they're still picking at.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"You're trying to accomplish is just an unbelievably important part i think we get caught up in going from one to five to five to ten to ten to twenty tw you know you get so caught up in the game it's like the biggest reason i think people struggling social media literally people are pandering to a like on an instagram post not necessarily what they're trying to do so i think first and foremost at a macro you need to understand are you actually building your business to sell it because then you may care about you know the eba and how much profit you're making so that advice is important intermedia is going to one hundred seventy million dollars and i'm not gonna make a penny like i'm trying to pour it all back in literally we make zero profit this year at it's because i don't want to sell it tomorrow and i don't need the dividends from the profits in the year to change my lifestyle so i mean this it's really important you have to know what you're doing why you're doing it you can change your mind you can be sitting here and i'm going to change the world the you know great and then if two years you wanna buy an island that's great and everything in between so i what i think for the people at one the most basic answer is for the people at one in key ecommerce i always lean towards really auditing the math and understanding how they really fundamentally gotten down to their caq ltv understandings get great great great at math the big difference to me of a one million dollar ecommerce company and a fifty million dollar ecommerce company is that at one million there's still a lot of conversation to have about math and a fifty it's time to really start talking about art because a lot of people have milked all their data math kind of levers and the reason they're not seeing their their numbers as good as they used to is they've squeezed where they've been officiant so much mathematically.
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"One lane through town there and now southbound four zero five slow as you approach sunset boulevard in renton basically slow from sunset down into a two one six seven in renton your next report at ten thirty four jay phillips komo news komo weather art sanders with mostly cloudy tonight lows near fifty tomorrow mostly cloudy mid sixties mostly sunny saturday lower seventies the highs sunday cloudy again slight chance of showers by afternoon highs lower seventies monday tuesday next leap mostly sunny mid to upper seventies wednesday or thursday mostly cloudy and a chance of showers lower sixties overnight lows the low to mid fifty s that's your latest weather from the komo forecast team abc entertainment news here's matt wolf long time for like this and he may get it alden ehrenreich there is hans solo from solo star wars story estimates putting the film into rake in one hundred seventy million dollars over the four day memorial day weekend opens may twenty fifth star wars is owned by abc parent company disney phil cosby's been injected from the motion picture academy the oscars governing body along with director roman polanski last week cosby was convicted of three counts bagger abated indecent assault polanski who scored a best picture oscar for the pianist in two thousand three fled the us forty years ago to avoid sentencing after pleading guilty to having sex with a minor the cars brought man rico case casick and paulina porous goba are calling it quits after twenty eight years of marriage before us gov announcing the split on her instagram just last month recco casick was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame with the cars matt wolf komo news it's hot clicks from komonews dot com web producer teresa watt joins us hi teresa top stories komo news dot com ichi row komo news radio on komo tv big news.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on TechStuff
"Early henley at served as the chief financial officer of the pacific holding company that was a holding company that had a life insurance company underneath it as well as investment strategy company brokerage firms that kind of thing and according to castillo ellison initially tried to cut the offer the board was going to extend to henley ellison's like no this guy doesn't need that much cut it in half but the rest of the board stood up ellison they said no he really does need this this package in order to bring him on board to oracle were never going to hire him away otherwise and it became kind of a battle between ellison and the rest of the board now ellison was a majority well at least not majority shareholder but a major shareholder in oracle he had a huge amount of clout because he owned so much of the company but castilla would not back down and he kept telling ellison no we've got to absolutely extend this package and eventually ellison would back down because casella said listen if you don't agree to this the rest of the board is going to have a discussion about whether or not you're actually fit to lead this company and you could find yourself out of a job and at that point ellison backed down and agreed to offer the the the employment package to henley which was pretty attractive it included half a million shares in the company just to start off with now henley began to whip the company into shape right away from a financial responsibility standpoint he cleaned up the company's practices he established controls to prevent another disaster like the two previous fiscal years had been he also had to figure out how to get an inflow of cash into oracle to keep the business running because they had one hundred seventy million dollars in outstanding loans and they needed collateral while i they began to put up.
China Weighs Cutting Car Import Duty by About Half
"Morning to all our listeners just joining us right now seven thirty in the morning here in hong kong i'm david ingles and i'm doug krizner at bloomberg world headquarters in new york where we had a rally in the equity market after some strong earnings stronger dollar to pardon me incidentally one oh nine thirty three in the dollaryen boy i just inhaled something that's not too pleasant futures on the nikkei pointing higher by a little bit more than one hundred points we'll take a closer look at markets in a moment right now top business stories let me get started here with shares of amazon were up what are we doing now more than six percent lay trade that's after the company forecast casting stronger than expected profit this current quarter now growth prime subscribers that seems to be key here for the company at the moment profitable cloud computing division also helping things along among the reasons really for to strengthen the guidance there doug david goldman kind of made this point about the connection and growth with the cloud computing and the computer chip market we're going to talk about that with ian king coming up bloomberg's ian king from san francisco will look at the intel story coming up and the chip market overall ping on insurance also a stock to watch today the giant posting an eleven percent jump in firstquarter profit that's as premiums expanded ping also on also announcing a special dividend to markets thirtieth anniversary now china is considering cutting import duties and imported autos by half we get the details from yvonne man we're being till china's state council is weighing proposals to slash import duties on passenger vehicles to as low as ten percent from the current twenty five an announcement could becoming as as early as next month is going to be seen as a concession to president trump's tough talk on trade but the biggest beneficiaries wouldn't be us automakers luxury automakers like bmw and toyota's lexus could end up benefiting the most in hong kong yvonne man bloomberg daybreak asia and speaking of toyota the company is expanding in mississippi it is planning to hire four hundred additional workers and invest about one hundred seventy million dollars to build its next generation corolla compact this would be in a.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"It's just a giant accounting process the federal reserve is responsible for that whole clearing process and it's what you described which is no we're not going to move money to my account to your account and it turns out you wrote a check to my wife and that gets moved back to our account instead there's a central clearing process where all the member banks of the federal reserve system kind of tally up the directional flows and netted out at the end of the day so that you know if my bank on the whole road two one hundred seventy million dollars of checks to accounts at your bank and you wrote two hundred and seventy two million back in my bank really the only the net transfer will be two million and the rest of this kind of moving around among the account just one big giant accounting process but it's one of the many things that we take for granted that's part of the reason that the financial system works but where's the money when i say i've got you know so many thousands of dollars in my bank account where is that money really it's a ledger it's really it the fifth the bills are only a tiny proportion of the money that you actually have on your account the rest of it is just imagine someone with a giant chalkboard kind of keeping track of who has accumulated value one way to think about it is like poker chips and poker game which is all they're doing is keeping track of who's won and lost and if at the poker game you ran and got me a drink and i gave you two chips that's two chips worth of effort that i put in kind of signals that now you owe me to chips worth of of effort to really it's all just a giant recordkeeping process and it's all it's written down it doesn't have to be physically manifested in the form of a bill the tiny fraction of that value it like if we had a poker game we could write down the big hands and we wouldn't have to have chips in front of us that representative that we just kind of put it in our wallet because the hope is or or the assumption is that not everybody on any given.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"It really focuses on ryan johnson this independent director who goes from probably making like ten fifteen million dollar movies if not cheaper than that to one hundred seventy million dollar movie and you've never had this much kind of unprecedented access to seeing a beast of a movie shown you get to see in warts and all and success and triumph success and failures also it tracks the journey of mark hamill who again this comes in is wrestling with the his character's arc and where he is going to go and and and you know he thought he was going to be the hero of this franchise and he's learning he's the ben kenobi of this franchise and it's so so interesting it's not very celebrity heavy if you're like waiting to see like a lot of insider action on days early you're not gonna get it it's really about ryan johnson and mark hamill it's it's beautiful it's really well done and it makes you i don't know it made me appreciate a movie that i love even more so that's a very sincere guys really you really getting to me today i'm really going out on a limb the director in the jet i it is just a special feature on the on the last jedi thing and i'm sure you can probably get more nefarious ways of you don't want to book and buying that whatever you figure it out all right people that is the show we're almost out of time before we go we're going to give you a little movie review from the movie bitches it's a two minute movie review of three billboards outside ebbing missouri a lot of people have a lot of opinions about this movie what are they going to say i don't know but if you like this you wanna hear more go to facebook page at facebook hdtv 'em always leave your comments every read them and on twitter you know hit us up give us your theme songs do whatever you want but now sit back relax and listen to three billboards into minutes while to movie bitches tonight worth hewing three.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi
"Are no i i just i watch it as a as a social media historian i'm selfproclaimed social media historian is just interesting to me to watch the dynamics odd to watch the conversations the status is in i wonder for those who end up um let's say single month at the valentine's day what the performing of love online does when it's time to heal from your relationship are you gonna be looking at facebook memories being like tang in the post a debt to the couple's albums go away um yeah now it's interesting all right so you know what must by like gotta be this week black panther this movie has taken over the world it's been probably the biggest pop culture moment i'd say in the last decade we would anticipate in uh black path for the last year and a half and it's finally here and it has snatched all our edges i mean i don't even know where to get started in talking about this film it so series to me that i decide to record the segment after seen its two more times because is that deep first of all black panthers historymaking it's made more money than any other marvel movie in its opening weekend as a right now when i'm gordon this it's made one hundred seventy million dollars it's been one of marbles most expensive films to date and definitely the most expensive first film in a franchise in that saying a lap is that's a really interesting precedent for the production value of a black.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"To be crossing over in too many different demographic areas of america and i think i think millennials are going to push this movie through the roof and this is it's definitely gonna come from the millennial crowd and then given their political attitudes on things i think it makes perfect sense that this these expectations there and i don't think that they would be touting these expectations if they weren't sure it was gone it was going to perform and their night they wouldn't be out there saying it's going to generate one hundred seventy million dollars opening weekend if it's not there i mean there's the to make a risk you know pitch it is perhaps a record opening weekend for the john road but they've put a number two hundred seventy million rotten tomatoes one hundred percent positive rating on rotten raton to most of the movie industry think that rotten tomatoes is killing them you know why because rotten tomatoes is nothing more than your average movie gore combined with the snark of social media ripping movies to shreds whereas the professional critics of the new york times and time magazine have they sophisticated reviews and most people in rotten tomatoes are telling these people to pound since screw you i don't need you to tell me whether i like this are not who the hell are you why should i listen to you i'm gonna make a my own mind so they go watch it you're about it go to rotten tomatoes in re one hundred per nobody gets 100 percent iraq tomatoes i would if i had a movie there but but nobody else has.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Think if that happens and or even if they get close to it i think it's going to get it it it it obviously will convey carry with a a huge message about where the united states is culturally right now and i i for one could understand african americans loving this because here it is is that there's an actual figure he row superheroes superpowers cement the first one in american history who's black luke cages of tv series luke cage there's admitted to a movie luke cage was good i watch luke cage and that was michael what's at the coulter is the actor who is fabulous i loved him in a tv show called ringer he got killed off for the fourth episode but i still likely it didn't matter it was a cw series in the last long with the premise was fabulous i liked it not mike holders great but that was tv luke cage black superhero marvel blacks this and apparently the production is through the roof awesome the special effects are awesome uh the cast it and it's about a it's about a fictional african country that has secret great routes got a secret resource that will save the world from every problem is and it's called the suv em or some such made up name and it's about everybody in the world trying to get hold is little country and throw everybody out of its they can take over and this guy defeats the world the black panther and it's got great stance and everything i can imagine this thing is a humongous matter a pride based on some things you have told me over the years and so hundred seventy million dollars now if it reaches one hundred seventy million dollars whatever it reaches it isn't going to be on the black audience alone there aren't enough exclusive black moviegoers debate to generate that kind of money so this has.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Right thing to death last couple of minutes heavy says irqah what why is it a port under weather little of what is it solid portent for us to really focus on resources because we spent so much about forty thousand and fifty thousand per prisoner why isn't so important just for less stable that we deal with something like this so this bill in its totality they get it it's not an exact science but it could save anywhere from about one hundred and sixty to one hundred seventy million dollars per year that is supposed to be reinvested back into these strategies the work the idea is if you are wasting dollar if you take a h a somebody who who is a drug possession of heroin for instance and you throw him in jail for a couple of months that is a huge expense that then person gets out and statistically is going right back into doing drugs and then you know as i tell you there's and then eventually is gonna be stealing earth salting were have you and then you've created nothing but a better criminal at the very earliest you know chance you take that same person you put them in a treatment that treatment is not a hundred personnel but it gives them the best opportunity not to then move it to go back to drugs to go back into stealing and assaults and so forth and so that obviously makes sense which is why everybody's on board treatment dollars a less that move carso racial delta means just the fact that is correct etel that's why i want to focus on and look when we have an opportunity to watch this go into place our ability to talk with you because i really believe that the justice reinvest wage says just the beginning of a reform a whole criminal justice system that's going to take a lot of different you know people at the table but we've got to do what we're doing different would do is make it better criminal that's executive roy that is exactly it's the same with a you.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The points swell that depends market me maria lamantia is here with some advice maria what are some of the the bigger things in his story the us research that people have put on their cards yeah so from extreme example on their excellent art collector in 2015 who put him on a regular army painting worth more than one hundred seventy million dollars on an american express card um but for this with a crazy crazy campau on her this story i talked to a man who put a car on a credit card a car that was fortyfive thousand dollars on and he kind of with trying to say you know i'm making a purchase any way why don't i just got some points out of it um but there are some kind of loopholes that he wasn't talking of out of not always the best decision what are some of the pros and cons are some things that he ran into with that decision so what a car in particular it's pretty rare that a dealer will actually let you put a car in a credit card because it is such a huge amount and any marquette actually pay the fee when you buy from thing on a credit card so you know it's not really in their best interest to let you do that um and so one of the the problem is you might not even be able to fit your might not let you but this guy he was able to get the dealer to agree um but the problem was he didn't negotiate the price of the car so um you know i tatran expert who said really any point of contention can be a another negotiation point in a in a car protest so if you're adding in the complication of what put this on my card dealer might be less willing could negotiate with you on the price and so even any amount of point that you're getting out of it might not.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"On your credit cards just for the points swell that depends market why maria lamantia is here with some advice maria what are some of the the bigger things in his story the you i research that people have put on their cards yeah so from the most extreme example under actually an art collector in 2015 who put him undecly honey painting and it was worth more than one hundred seventy million dollars on an american express card um but for this with which have crazy crazy campau on her this story i talked to a man who put a car on a credit card a car that was fortyfive thousand dollars on and he kind of with trying to say you know i'm making a huge purchase any way why don't i just got from points out of it um but there are some kind of loopholes that he wasn't talking about outside not always the best decision what are some the pros and cons are some things that he ran into with that decision so what a car in particular it's pretty rare that a dealer will actually let you put a car in a credit card because it is such a huge amount and any marquette actually pay the fee when you buy from thing on a credit card so you know it's not really in their best interest or what you do that um and so one of the problem you might not even be able to get the deal or may not let you but this guy he was able to get the dealer to agree um but the problem was he didn't negotiate the price of the car so um you know i tatran expert who said really any point of contention can be another negotiation point in a in a car protest so if you're adding in the complication of what put this on my card dealer might be less willing could negotiate with you on a price and so even any amount of point that you're getting out of it might not off that what you really could have knocked off if you to get a better job negotiating at the start what is the average amount that most credit cards let us put on a card i actually don't know that the actual number of what most people have as their credit limit um i do know that the average household with credit card debt has about fifteen thousand in so.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The points swell that depends watch as lemond is here with some advice maria what are some of the the bigger things in his story the us research that people have put on their cards from the most extreme examples on their excellent art collector in 2015 who put him on take liani painting worth more than one hundred seventy million dollars on an american express card um but for this with which is crazy crazy campau on credit for i talked to a man who put a car on a credit card a car that was forty five thousand dollars on and he kind of with trying to say you know i'm making a huge purchase any way why don't i just got and point out of it um but there are some kind of loopholes that he wasn't thinking of out of not always the best decision what are some of the pros and cons are some things that he ran into with that decision so what a car in particular it's pretty rare that a dealer will actually let you put a car and a credit card because it is such a huge amount and any mer actually pay the fee when you buy from thing on a credit card so you know it's not really in their best interest and what you do that um and so one of the the problem is you might not even be able to fit your may not let you but this guy he was able to get the dealer to agree um but the problem was he didn't negotiate the price of the car so um you know i talked to an expert who said really any point of contention can be a another negotiation point in a in a car purchase so if you're adding in the complication of what put this on my card dealer might be less willing to negotiate with you on the price and so even any amount of point that you're getting out of it might not off that what you really could have knocked off if you just did a better job negotiating at the start what is the average amount that most credit cards let us put on a card i actually don't know that the actual number our of what most people have as their credit limit um i do know that the.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"A look we do to his two as a cut in a week this is good stuff with i i don't think there's there's a lot of concern from people that i know that the tv bubble the tvs a bubble right now peak tv that that we are producing way much more really high quality tv than it's possible for people to watch supplying a mental fix that i eat yeah and in fixing that it'll wipe out entire networks probably which is i mean that's the way things go but we could see another crash and then the rise of the cheap reality tv will come back and we'll we'll be back right back in two thousand one again well maybe they should invest in platforms for things are notched video maybe audio soundcloud the between recording last week soundcloud died and then came back somewhat died at a nearby that will they they were they were going to go they were on their last legs they did not have the funding to continue and um they were saved a last minute um with a huge investment of one hundred seventy million dollars um and they will they will continue operating so basically you're saying a game of thrones and threequarters westworld saved some club yes yes to go back to that that estimate of how much that seoul's yeah as such they are why is it in certain necessary for soundcloud to survive i think it was one of those services that people take for granted now a lot of podcasts or hosts on soundcloud a lot of indy music comes up on time i'm not saying it was a bad service it was beautiful i love their way form of you could do things that that the comments system i just want to one of his kinda like the auto industry wears like well i mean if netflix was naturally not gonna make it y became a youtube for audio it was easy way for people to upload audie right and sheriff youtube wooden still exists if gugel had bought it when google bought you to be sustainable but they've did find a way to monetize it i wonder if if soundcloud figure that out that's what this investments that i think it's not a grenade that a subscription model.
"one hundred seventy million dollars" Discussed on No Agenda
"His hearing voices now let me hit a s between russia and donald trump hits a story that is just starting to develop brand as we know and we have to keep an eye on that because despite the efforts by the white house voices saying that donald trump is hiding something regarding his test it am i miss hearing this i think you might be but i don't know what he said i don't know what sounds like you're saying much voices say voices holum hearing sounded like i'm hearing voices and as we know and we have to keep an eye on that because despite the efforts by the white house voices saying that donald trump is hiding something regarding his ties to russia are still very loud now house democrats now he's saying it the all the voices in my head or so loud they're saying maybe maybe they're using the raygun on these all the voices i can't stop at donald trump is hiding something regarding his ties to russia are still very loud now house democrats are now asking germany's deutsche bank to provide information on credits given to donald trump torture lent millions to trump even in difficult times but who guaranteed them could it be russia that's where democrats now want to find out if you want to know who really owns buildings like this place to look at the small print a string of trump results and hotels were financed with loans from deutsche bank you as politicians say trump still owes germany's number one bank three hundred and fourteen million dolars what bothers them because the who was still being generous to the presidential candidates be one of the banks returning the noses of thoughts him because of his numerous bankruptcy filings the thinking we knew one of the loans came to one hundred seventy million dollars to redevelop washington's old post office.