25 Burst results for "Red Robin"

"red robin" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"red robin" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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"red robin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"red robin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Get going on another attempt to pass a bill on covert relief. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York, mentioning the Senate Republican majority leader on that we are urging McConnell to re examine his position and support the kind of covert bill That meets the needs of New York and the needs of the American people. You're listening to ABC News now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Can't University of California Davis fraternity students in quarantine after hosting a gathering earlier this week, according to a statement released by the University of Fate, a chi fraternity student tested positive for Corona virus. On Thursday. Folsom Mayor Sarah Aquino testing positive for covert 19 Today, she released a statement saying someone she worked with Tested positive, so she got tested and found out. She was also infected Aquino in corn Dean at home and says she feels fine like she had a mild case of the flu. Sacramental county sheriff's office investigating a suspicious stabbing death. The incident, which led to a heavy law enforcement presence, and a call to avoid the area, occurred in the 2000 block of Red Robin Lane late last night. That's the news. I'm Phil Farrar. Sacramental traffic checking kfbk traffic. You're right. Eastbound 80 and 50 from Davis to downtown about 14 minutes to get through that stretch, so not too much of a delay. Meanwhile, north bound five through yellow County, you can expect a 42 minute ride. Keep in mind in Colusa I five both directions. The Maxwell Safety rest areas are shut down. You have sewer work taking place until the end of the year. December 31st and then eastbound on the Cap City Freeway. You're speeding along just fine between downtown and 80. Very quiet. Seven minutes and eastbound 80 from Highway 65 Roosevelt to Nevada 89 minutes about.

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Businesses Turn To Touchscreens During COVID times

Talking Tech

02:52 min | 1 year ago

Businesses Turn To Touchscreens During COVID times

"In an effort to decrease person to person contact many businesses have chosen these interactive displays Pretty cool. You've seen them at BOOT BARN target, Taco Bell Red Robin. There are many are made by a company named Yellow John. Lamb. Is here to tell us all about it John Philipson. Yeah. Thanks having me Jefferson the re this pandemic people are trying to really look at their entire systems on and they're finding it ways in beans at which the they find deficiencies in their software package or their how their customers interact, and so they are migrating more towards different types of self service. It reduces that humid human contact it. It actually virtually can eliminate it. A person can walk up to a self service kiosks whether it's ordering tickets or whether it's you're actually seeing that right now in movie theaters that are reopening, you're seeing where they are trying to do social distancing I programming the system in the person can choose a seed, but other seats are blocked out. So they kind of have this this ability naturally and they never had to talk to a person. There's no, there's no worrying about six feet they're literally they can be twenty feet away from somebody as they purchase their tickets. But what about all those hands the Dover go over the unit all day long don't those contain germs. They do but several civil aspects of that one we know for a fact, we saw our cleaning protocols page just skyrocketed in usage when this pandemic started basically about early March. People have built these customers, these resellers, these retailers, they've all built a much better cleaning protocols in just really refined him to the newer guidance from the CDC the EPA. So do you recommend that the people store clean the machine every time somebody is used it. It doesn't have to be every time But. Typically. There's going to be a each retailer reseller or. whatever you know store would have kind of a they decide basically where they want to go with that how fast how often there's even certain things we can do in the firmware as to cause the screen to basically put a notice up based on certain touches and we've actually been playing with that recently. So where is the next yellow machine going we're working? We see it. You can find our products basically everywhere. It's actually our tagline is ill is everywhere and you'll find us at home improvement stores a right at the check stand. You'll find us in product information things that you're trying to use a certainly your favorite hamburger stand. tacos. Whether you're trying to shop for boots down at boot bar and you can go in and they've got a large forty two inch screen and it helps you refine figure out exactly which blue perfect view and what you're looking for.

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Does Second Guessing Ever Get To You?

Be Great TODAY - Weekly Inspiration

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Does Second Guessing Ever Get To You?

"But today I want you to kind of picture you ask him what he really WanNa go. Like oh I want to go to Red Robin no way on October. No Way I want to talk about. No I want to know I want Red Robin the second guessing ever get to you now. Picture that your the one second guessing. Does it ever get to other people this past week? I had something happened where I had to make a decision. It was a decision that once I made it. I people that that came to me in confidence about that asking me about my decision and it made me taking guests for a little bit. What I did my decision that I did. I'm sticking with. I'm not second guessing it but sometimes there are tough decisions we have to make. I've got friends that are making decisions. One flew out to Seattle. I've got friends who are deciding to leave their jobs because of different things when I bet in the moment you can second guess. I've got a friend. Who's going to Washington now? Actually makes too. I know that are going to Washington. What's going on in Washington state place but in these decisions there can be a chance of second guessing and we're GONNA make mistakes decisions. I know I have made my mistakes in decisions before and I'm like did I really make the right decision. But sometimes we can't second guess what we did because we have to get. Susan and we have to live with the consequences of that decision. There's part of me. That's actually now second guessing widening upset on this but I think the very real thing that we all struggle with struggling with second guessing struggling with did we make the right decision struggling with making a life altering decision. I've got friends who are transitioning doing things that they're trying to figure out. Is it the right thing to do? And what I make a decision. People are GonNa tell me both whites. Good idea unripe about idea. But I'm the one who has to live with the decision that I make and it is tough some days so this week. There's probably a decision that you have to make. It can be a big one or going to be a small one. And you're going to be second guessing. Why did you go there? There will be consequences good or bad but I think in the end. That decision will lead you to new things.

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The Big Food Trends for 2020

Hungry In Nashville

03:09 min | 1 year ago

The Big Food Trends for 2020

"So take your seat with the rest of the class and let's get right to today's topic. Yeah it's a New Year and now since I'm endowed with twenty twenty vision. I'm here to tell you what the experts say will be the big trends ends in food this year after lettuce scare in two thousand eighteen the crystal ball said there would be more accountability food safety and Quality Ghost restaurants supposed to be a big thing and not surprisingly. I didn't see any here in Nashville. Then there is the prediction for motherless. Meat's meat that is not meet. It's made from vegetables. That trend came through then. There is the possibility of new food. Sources like crickets. Guess what we heard after that. There were other predictions some panned out some regional and others just seem silly. In retrospect undaunted your predictions for twenty twenty. Let's start macro then go micro. Moneywise has a list of restaurant chains that might not survive the year topping the list to steak and shake incite site. Apparently doesn't mean it's right. It's followed by Perkins Re Calendars Jojo Howard. Johnson's Hula Hans Baja. Fresh Mexican grill ground. Tim hortons hometown buffet. Pink Berry Ruby Tuesday friendly's ice cream in restaurant checkers and rally's Nashville's Charlie's Red Robin Ted Stakes del friscos grill and Golden Corral. Now it'd be a great time to check your stock portfolio. The experts say firma drinks like Buca will grow in popularity kid's been used will be upgraded with more whole grains and global global cuisines. Many other prognosticators say that will happen for adult meals to home. Meal kits will also become an increasingly popular restaurant. Alternative initiative industry sources say some restaurants may undergo redesigns to maximize this trend. And also expect to see more computers on your table as menu's go. Even more electronic restaurants will be aware of life changes facing their customers boomers are retiring. Blend heels have their own tastes children and grandchildren grandchildren. Enter the picture on the bar scene. Many are looking for growth in non alcoholic beverages again. This is an age driven change. One Chef believes believes it also comes as diners. OPT for quality over quantity plant based diets are expected to grow. And that's not surprising with the growth of vote. Meet Jack. Fruit roots seems to be a favourite for these foods. Speaking of whole grains oat milk is being mentioned possibly as a companion cheerios. Healthy snacks were on the menu with Beats Chick Peas Keen Wa and Kale is candidates. What do I have to do to make Kale? Just go away. Sustainability will be big big as food producers. Take Action on climate change or colorful food is expected. Don't look for dies or other artificial colorings but expect blue would purple green tomatoes and potatoes.

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"red robin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kirby here's what's happening right now following breaking news out of Woburn this our customers at the red robin restaurant have been evacuated WBZ's Karen regal is on the scene what's going on here and what's going on the hazmat situation but they have not this which is pretty much blown down at this point I'm sitting actually right next to the will work for your jeep who told me that three people were taken to the hospital just to be checked out an abundance of caution after a an incident here after what happened the last week one make sure that everybody was okay on seems to get the truck so here's a good health bet on your order help judge just went inside to check things out the red robin also closed here but the other restaurants around here appear to still be open again everybody appears to be okay an abundance of caution but certainly a liberty curiosity here in in Woburn as people take a look at a well the red robin which is a don't open right now reporting from Auburn Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio are you keep hearing WBZ newsradio will be updating that situation out of Woburn a Keren regal on scene of course it was nearly two weeks ago that an employee inadvertently made a toxic mixture of cleaning chemicals over the buffalo wild wings in Burlington in the kitchen there and a worker died from exposure now we don't have any information of any serious injuries at all the red robin and we were at this time but again customers have been evacuated and are standing outside along with our Keren regal let's go back to Washington and the and another round of public house impeachment hearings has been a long day and now is continuing this evening.

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"red robin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Run a the woman in the red robin again again according to the the Boone County police blotter August fourteenth at twelve AU seven PM large female with hair in a bun awaiting a bottle of pine sol and manager she seemed very upset how you know she had to have pajama pants on one hundred percent I had to have pajama pants on quite as exciting as a police chase on the south side and wound up overturning a car in the middle the golf course but we're close any police chases pigeons or anything going on out there but we do have a hell of a jam up on the northwest side right now only wish yeah it's really bad later but you're Kissin cousins yourself about four sixty five pretty much stuff and go from a seventy nine street on down to west thirty eight three we have this crash and it's on the on ramp from west thirty eight then you can still merge what it is tricky please be careful look at at eastbound seventy making a break at a downtown and we have a crash over on the shield around real street keystone that has backed up into the north split it inbound sixty five jammed up from the White River down to the north with north about sixty five seventy is okay but I'm from the south split and he's been seventy stop and go hard on it in U. S. fifty two a new pal closed because of a crash involving a semi and down and white one white one road state road one thirty five crash involving an eighteen Wheeler here white land road is looking well it's backed up one thirty five backed up in both directions traffic sponsored by Bob Evans restaurant Turkey and dressing dinner now just seven ninety nine lows slow roasted for hours and served with yours I just seven ninety nine now through September Bob Evans none of the phone I met their father was on Twitter for instant traffic updates of W. IDC traffic I got another one for the Boone County police three hundred great please this is I I'd love scrolling through these we need to do this more often on July eighth at four twenty eight.

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"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"You know you have to keep chopping out of it should go down so it's very thirty day five days a week. That was my minimum but how many of those deals did not come from the door. They were consistently talking to the same people people had and letting them know you were there and saying hey I want to buy your house right yeah and then just yeah you mark hot leads. You'd be like Oh this one's Beata. This one's neglected in those ones. I would go back a weekly GonNa fail. It's exactly yeah and you bring 'em gifts. You can bring them all sorts of like whatever saying they liked. I was gonNA bring like whether it was a beer or cigarettes or food or whatever was job. I think we need to have you read. This is some really really good stuff how to buy real estate without being a beep all right the question. What are some of your hobbies? I'm a big so I I like boating a lot. I can spend a Lotta time out in the water might kids our top priority for me. So anything kid related on the weekends I love hanging out with kids and then I'm just kind of S.. Person In general Mike I'm a firm believer body deals good. My mind works better so anything active like wake boarding or working out like you said relocating California a little bit just to get out in the Sun Surfing just anything active. That's awesome in seahawks football. I mean she used seahawks football fan so you didn't change and you move down to talk on you back for every game really easy five away games I love. I'll tell my thing football in real estate. That's cool for a guy. That was a rough day for him. I never four what do you believe sets apart successful real estate investors from all those who give up fail or never get. I started you know I think the biggest thing you can have as an investor is having integrity and doing what you say you're going to do in that has gotten me so much deal flow over the years like building representation in telling if I'm I'm going to do something I i. I'm GONNA stay to that no matter what and that reputation alone gets me so many people come in to me to bring me stop because they know if I tell it to him. I might always Jim logic with my answer again. Logic in just you know I've boughten properties that I told yes on that. I ended up not really wanting to buy and I did it just to keep the relationship going but yeah that those you know a lot of times people go for like East like specialty like Oh you know as a real estate investor by get a niche do these things but core values will always make you stand apart. I agree very same thing and it always comes back and I think Josh Dworkin was actually big proponent of that as well just do you have to be a person of your word and and if you're not you're not going to be business log. That's definitely been the case all right well James. I have thoroughly enjoyed this. I had no idea that you were this smart because you you're like I said humble guy you don't come across like a know it all but the more you talk them like oh my gosh this he's got it together. got a really good guest here for people that want to find out more about you learn to be where can they find out more about you will my social media is a so actually I will do daily daily but weekly videos business is looking at things..

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"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"It doesn't mean they're just because you think it's a good deal that means you buy I number three atom from Roxbury Connecticut said my tenant wants to put in a ceiling fan in the unit. He's renting. He said he would buy the fan and his brother who was an electrician would do all the wiring and install it for free. Should I allow them to do that or any. Advice on how I would should go about this <hes> personally. I wouldn't mind if attendant improve mine but I also WANNA make sure it's my building the they get a permit. It's inspected and you don't want the liability of that thing off. Yes we catching on fire because he had his brother do it. You Know in Berkeley. I don't WanNa talk my tenants 'cause I'm a softy like all this usually approve it so they go through using my property. Management Team will say no that initiative asked me. I'll say yes but get a permit. That's my best friend. Real estate doesn't mean I can't I tennis can't ask me think will always say yes off the as well so I created systems of people who say no for me. That's exactly what rent because I let people fly because their mom or whatever it is and it hurts all right next question for Mike Nelson in Miami. Does anyone have any tips again hard money lenders to fund your deals else I will about me. I have background construction of done one flip which was a big success. I also know a couple of good listing agents. Thank you for me. Getting my first capital was really just a you know so I got my first loan for a local all winter. They just wanted twenty percent down in so for me. It was really finding the twenty percent down was the harder bar. I just had to make sure every property that I presented at personal with had a really detailed out plan not just construction but I covered all different angles like hey if I'm gonNA flip this property. Here's my backup plan in case this doesn't flip. I'm fully prequalified. I can get a loan for this amount so I always wanted to give them a really good exit strategy on it on. You're you're doing a flip one other thing you can do. It worked well for me. especially in the beginning was bringing in equity lender at that point. That's where I will bring in an equity lender just bill my track record because I really wanted had ten to twenty years under my plate so we can kind of get it ramped up but I didn't have the twenty percent down for all these deals else in so it was I would give him way more equity in the first couple because then they saw it was a little bit less risky in they wanted to be begin. I actually gave him west equity as time went on so went for going fifty percent to twenty five percent to then just borrowing money at at that point in his first time flipper most important thing I can tell you don't spend your profits save. Your profit is really easy to get your first check into oil it save it because then you don't have to bring in those equity partners like it saves you so much money down the road. That's terrific advice. Really.

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"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"I need to do a boundary line adjustment so I I kinda <unk>. I'd get my first plan was was too rushed into now would have had to do is unrecorded easement go in for the boundary line adjustment in what is done is made me sit on the Middle House that I'm selling for another month which is loss of three grand at that point. It would have been a lot more detrimental actually if I didn't do it and I sold the house in that. I couldn't Condo at later because kind of specific rules so it's just doing making sure you know sometimes speed isn't your best friend right. Don't rush rush into that project and just try to get things done. My goal was to get that one foot in forty five days. Get my money back and then move onto the next you and I should have floated down because it probably would have say mi six grand at the end of the day. It's going to waste money. Policy was just sitting there. That was phenomenal phenomenal story though <hes> very cool good luck on that project. I'm I'm curious yeah. That's that's so cool. I love again. It's just over and over and over this theme today just keeps coming up by just finding different creative ways to finance deal even though that was great of as well but to to put together something that might not be deal and turn it into a deal. We just keep coming back to that. I love that that's like that's your superpower so yeah keep that up. Recall inventing returns like you can't get a cap rate of fire more ler. Be You know you get four and a half to five cabinet Seattle so we're not okay with that but we liked the area so inventor Omer terms to get it to where like meet our minimum standards yeah. It's like David and I always talk about today's market. You don't really find good deals anymore. It's not two thousand twelve or tells them anymore. More than a you make good deals like you'll you make them by being creative and that's exactly what you've done some very very cool well before we get out of here. Let's go to the next segment of the show. It's time for our fire. It's time for the fire round. Uh according to studies only about ten percent of break INS are planned beforehand. The rest are spur of the moment crimes of opportunity in other words random them and get this July and August are when the most burglaries occur.

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"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"In by doing that it saved me about sixty granted. Ain't it hard money cost on air and so like I just by getting the forty five I game what he wanted. Instead of chasing trying to get him down sixty grand I just gave him when he wanted in a different way so explain how you finance it how you funded it come so I- funded it with. I'm I actually really like working with credit unions global banks especially when you have more than a properties financial your name you know in as an ambassador I a firmly to go meet with all those people get them comfortable with your processes it once you get that you can actually get pretty good finance done quickly in very well. I mean it's not very hard. Might my books are very complex. It's a lot of different companies eating into each other with a lot of write offs in so it's it's a mortgage guys worst nightmare when it comes on paper but they you know I work with Alaska Credit Union on these ones they were quick they fast in you know because of the Plan I explained to him I plan to when I was doing and so I was able to just put ten percent down on all purpose properties as well which usually get twenty percent now but after I showed him the income prudential and what I plan was they actually got down to ten percent for me. That's awesome. That is another reason why the getting to know those community local community banks credit unions like really really smart idea instead of just going to the Big National Banks National Base people making the calls and they don't know us and in so I've always had more lockable banks yeah yeah that makes sense what about like so the other day you gotta with temperature. The Dow is going to refinance out now once you sell off those two properties that the plan or how does that work from a recital standpoint. I got a really good rate on the one so what I'm doing is the two flips are GonNa generate me about one hundred twenty grand in cash ash often in so after taxes it actually comes down to eighty grand. which is the down payment for the one? It's actually the end of the day I'm plus thirty thousand dollars in my pocket and I'm walking with two random the caswell that's awesome and I locked in a really rates dropped at that time I think four point six five on a thirty year fixed rate. Is this one I do plan on keeping for a while because I way I need the garage so it's really well for my construction company company like I can put tons of stuff in and so <hes> but for now I'm playing like even this woman for a while but after everything in that's when I really realized it was a really good deal 'cause I could flip the other. Two houses basically get all my down payment back plus twenty grand aunt quite grand a month. That's so cool as as amazing so what I'll take the last question unless David you WanNa lessons learned I went to lessons learned what have you what have you learned on this project that you can share that you made an impact on you. <hes> the the biggest lesson I learned on this was actually when I did my first so when I was purchasing the property part of it was I was in a deal the ease minced to get rid of the title issues with the buildings on dipper property lines so originally originally when I did is I just went in and get an easement in e in recorded easement for access in so because me like three grand to do three to four grand had surveyed out got it all done closed on the deal. I was Barry List the property three weeks. Go once a month to get my cash back in. I screwed up. I didn't think about my plan possibly Condo in off the house down the road because to do it that way. I can't do it with the recorded. I need to do a boundary line adjustment so I I kinda <unk>. I'd get my first plan was was too rushed into now would have had to do is unrecorded.

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"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"The deal and generating about twenty five hundred three grand a month. I get all my crap garage so okay. Let me let me dive in a little bit. I'll did you just pay what he want. He would be one point five six. We ended up coming at or did you negotiate him down a little little bit of what I I was GonNa tell him five hundred house and then I kind of look at it I was like oh no I can pay this and then like I wanted to realize it before someone else realized what they can do with it kind of blew by you know because there's houses is right by that for sale for five seventy five dated so didn't look like there was a lot of discount on that houses yeah and so you know for me. I wanted to kind of naturally. I always like to grind people down but at the same time I don't want to lose a good deal. Oh sure yeah and if I can make an extra two grand a month and get storage for free. I mean I'm GonNa you know we kicking myself a year down the road. The other thing is also passed housing contract on this is that new eighty year rule back to where now I can actually condo off at backhaus in if I ever want to insert now the combined value is worth like over a million and I'm only four fifty. I don't know Seattle have that. We have out here in Hawaii where you can condo out your A._D.. You you in separate. I didn't know Seattle has that you can't it's been around for a while. There's a trick to it so it may be a all explain the trick delaitre Sir that's cool. I'm going through the county so like at first I was like now. I'm not really into this street of surrounded by apartment. Orleans needed to the outside of the houses are really there but then once I did all the math on it was like oh no. This is GonNa work in so you know I was paying a little bit more premium on it how I look at it so because I was paying a premium I got cheaper financing lined up up right away. He left me conventionally finance malls so it saved me on my money in debt cost Nokia and that was my thing to him. He wanted cash. I said well hey. I'm GonNa pay you what you want but you gotta give me forty days closes in by doing that it saved me about sixty granted. Ain't it hard money cost on air and so like I just by getting the forty five I game what he wanted..

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"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"What your expenses in property management usually we can get it for about five to six percent locally if you're giving them a lot of business so we run our five or six percent cost in you know at that point? It makes a lot Jason. It has the price to have two full time salaried people in addition to we also can control the maintenance cost because because we want to be thrifty may bad or not bad property management lazy managers that send the first handyman they find the charges three times what your guy would pay. That's your biggest expense with single family housing yeah. That's how I pull my hair out on like Justin how much on a toilet and like I just can't I still have that bed sheep side to me who are Mike. I'm not paying that yeah so we just putting together I systems and that's where you have to look at your portfolio <unk>. How much time do I have? You know if I'm a Microsoft Guy. I'm probably still GONNA use property management because I'm not a fulltime investor at that point and so for me being a fulltime investors my business so I you know we had hiring staff accordingly. Yeah that makes a lot of sense in a lot of a lot of real estate. What I found is like if you can get to that certain level there is at level at twenty units? It might not be worth it that you can't hire some. It's not worth it to hire someone in house to run that at thirty units be worth it. You're still doing it yourself but it'd be as point. Maybe it's at one hundred units maybe at two hundred where you can bring that in house and then lower your costs. It's almost like I'm looking at this with mobile home parks right now with other with apartment complexes. What number do I need to get to where everything gives them comes cheaper at that point because of the scale so like I'm not saying I'M GONNA go by bad deals but when when I can look forward to is hey I can drop that property management cost from zero seven percent down to three percent once I get over two hundred units because then I'm going to bring it all in house or something? It's another interesting way to look at a kind of a three dimensional deal perfect dear return especially. If you're in a stabilization period. We're like okay. I'm making ten percent. Can I get it to eleven by doing nothing and urged by by changing thing not giving nothing but changed things around definitely well. Hey I want. I want to move US along to the next segment. The show and dive deeper into one particular deal so it's time for Dale. Hey it's brandon wanted a quick break from this podcast to invite you to this week's bigger pockets webinar which like an online class and this week is going to be something that's really really popular around bigger pockets how to buy small multifamily properties because look will depend probably changed my life and they could be one of the best real estate investment vehicles out there especially those who are fairly new to real estate. There's so many benefits to bind small multifamily properties which is why this week I'm going to be dedicating ninety minutes of just direct training on how to start with this. You'RE GONNA learn how to find them how to analyze them how to finance them <hes> as well as some of the dangers. There's like four specific dangers. I call out that you should know before you even make an offer so don't miss this just go to bigger pockets dot com bombsite multi Webinar Again M. U.. L. T. is oh bigger. POCKETS DOT com slash multi Webinar and I will see there are I the deal deep dive is the part of the show where we dive deep into one deal. You've done and ask a a series of questions about it so let's see you've got a property in mind then before I asked the questions yeah I got one. I just closed on Murray list one of them to come up with rental pseudo perfect. I was the first question rushes. What kind of property is this as multifamily single family and then where is it so it's in Olympic hills in Seattle Washington which is about ten miles north of downtown? That's good transitional..

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"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"You can't let your money not work when you're working this hard and you understand that and that's exactly why you're building well so fast is you're buying buying it. You're you're making it worth a whole lot more and then you're saying was is this equity better spent sitting in this property or can I get more somewhere else in the moving into new asset class and you combine that with everything you know about real estate zoning laws how to buy deals off the M._l._S. making a hostile like all the stuff you're talking about and you're gonNA accelerate your turns quite a bit yet. It's really just comes down to timing too. It's because right now. The market is still appreciating and a lot of neighborhoods especially in Washington in so for me all probably stop exchanging as much once the market kind of flat lines out in the other thing I pay attention to trade around is bank rates are really low right now so it's easy for me to trade around but once rates creep up which they will eventually it's then it. It doesn't make it worth your while to trade around a property because now you're also trading you may be trading into a better discounted asset but you're bank-financed it could be two point higher and so there's all these things outside the boss. You've got to pay attention to in so for me the last five years I've seen what's going on the market. I've been doing all my trades but at the end of the day when everything stops and I'm going to settle down I'll be locked in with low rates in always increase my equity and cash flow position in so <hes> in if if it it doesn't if I can't get a low rate and I'm not increasing Mike Castle position than I'm not gonNA sell that asset once you've got like a rooming house with sixty doors and you've got a total of two hundred fifty doors in your portfolio and a lot of that is not just an individual house that one the property managers doing it's. It's a property with a whole bunch of doors in it. How are you structured to collect those rents? Make sure your bookkeeping gets done. I'm sure you're not making sure. All sixty rooms are full in your rooming house. How have you delegated that responsibility to other people so we used to use property managers property managers or good way to go <hes> became cost quite a bit in you know once you get to a certain portfolio what we we actually have two fulltime? We seen people on our staff now in so we have it all in house account counties all done in house <hes> we use a yard system for collecting rants and you know and so it's just really comes down to you always want to analyze your portfolio..

Mike Castle Washington five years
"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"It's about str- like placing your money markets for a couple years. There's an repositioning it when the market starts cooling down because that's how you can hyper accelerate your appreciation in your your return by buying it so you're always increasing your cash flow but also increasing equity position the whole Burma thid in than and taking an equity and putting a equity us so you're not a I'm GONNA buy it hold for the next fifty years. You're always looking. How do I get a better return on my equity? That's there. That's in you know in in this kind of market. I think we you know I personally think I have to be because right now markets in Seattle. There's a lot of things that peak pricing in my opinion and I look at okay. What's the upside? Am I going to get that much more rent. The the the asset baby has appreciated twenty five percent in in an if I really liked the building is just turnkey and I don't want to mess with that then we'll leave it alone but or all than I want to always increase my position like being investors might fulltime job so if it just takes me a little bit more work than erode over all switch it over there so I mean even the Sankei Media Property when I bought that I was gonNA keep this forever. I love it. I get a vacation there and it went up three hundred fifty grand in value and I'm like well. That's that's now going to go down because then I also saw a record a number of building permits cold there in so I'm not only just looking at my acid. I'm looking at what's going around on around my acid in so if I'm seeing a bunch of building permits pulled around one of my assets that beings there's GonNa be an oversupply which is going to bring my value down now Martin which also could bring my rent income down in so then I ended up selling that and going back into traditional investment from there but usually keep them for minimum two years there some you know in mean wills portfolio. There's property like fifty sixty room rooming house. We're GONNA keep that because that's a lot of work into high income and that's just going to be a staple property for us but other ones all always if I can increase my position. I'm always gonNA increase position because I'm not retired yet so that's my job is always increase might my investment. We'll talk about that in real estate investing that you return on equity is a metric. You need to learn and understand because you wouldn't you bought the property. Let's say you're getting a ten percent. Return rents have gone up and now you're getting a fifteen percent return and it's easy to say wow I'm crushing it. I'm doing so oh good but your property has increase in value so much that the return of your equity is one or two percent and if you were to reinvest that money you were getting a three percent return. Now you're getting a fifteen percent. Return something new you five x your cash flow and you have the value what opportunity that comes from buying a new property and turning around like I'm sure you would say James from the deals. getting a fifteen percent. Return something new you five x your cash flow and you have the value what opportunity that comes from buying a new property and turning around like I'm sure you would say James from the deals. You're doing the money that you make the equity that you build comes primarily from buying underperforming assets and fixing them up making them worth more. It's that initial. I bought it cheap. I fixed it up. Where most of your wealth south comes from and then the rest is where we just let it go and and the cash flow comes in but make sure your equity is working for you? Look how hard you're working at what you're doing. You can't let your money not work when you're working this hard and you understand that and that's exactly why you're building well so fast is you're buying buying it. You're you're making it worth a whole lot more and then you're saying was

Burma Seattle Sankei Media James Martin fifteen percent twenty five percent three percent fifty years ten percent two percent two years
"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"We're doing a sixty rooming house in Capitol Hill Right now we're taking our building put sixty doors in a very complex project and a lot of duplexes in four places to with them and we like things with extra zony. They have L. Zoned in they can be development down the road rooming house thing just blows my mind sixty sixty like rooms for students the crazy yeah you know in in Seattle affordability such an issue in so we bought this historical building in in capital. It's a it's at our house in one of the things about Seattle is they want to preserve these kind of structures and it was kind of like this head is more place for vagrants really but they call it when we went to them with this proposal where a little worried about it because Seattle does like to I mean they'll stop on some development because they want to keep the core neighbor together yeah but the fact that we're rolling out affordable housing work with us so easy because there's so much demand for it they worked with us on all different angles in so what people need is a place to live and they want a nice place in so these rooming houses we do we actually start all the way down to the studs. Make him really nice all nice kitchens all nice forests all doors. I can live there for nine. Hundred Ninety nine bucks a month in so with Seattle and kind of the hipster movement shared living you know there's we work and Co living and <hes> they they like it and so what it really does though it takes a normal deal Jio and you can hyper accelerate the return by right plan together and so that's why we came up these rooming houses. This is fascinating to me so your is there like a common area. It's almost like a drain dorm but it's a but it's not like a dorm. Thank you like our like kind of the feel of has yes so this one's a little bit more conflicts like I'm doing another one too next University of Washington where I'm taking a triplex this zone that's five thousand but grandfathered in in I'm turning that into a ear nose a duplex. Excuse me attorney in sixteen rooms rather than a duplex and so with these rooming houses what we do is we do like a really big kitchen chef style kitchen with a big living area flex area and so <hes> each floor usually has his own little either a the main floor have a huge kitchen and then each four has a little sub kitchen with a washer dryer area and then what typically will do is like in maybe one third the units washy plum in little small wet ours to forum in those Ios might go for like eleven hundred a month instead of ninety nine to give them a little extra space or the but people really most of what we get. Is You know a lot of them are actually to be honest with like their foreign students coming over the gotta mind their own business. They want a nice clean place to live and <hes> you know we that's why we do until like high end new construction quality so they get a really good place from place. Live in people kinda mind their own business if they have their own space you know they're go but we do try to get in. You know if we have sixteen eighteen rooms. Were trying to get in like ten batters. Bathrooms are big deal so you don't usually like two rooms per bathroom. Two to three rooms in some will have their own in suite bathrooms that will charge a little bit more for okay that again this is this is blows my mind. I love the idea so does the government because it is low income housing and they need to how the students up so. They're okay with like they. They work with you on this. They work with zoning on this. Is that how that like. How do you get through that surly neighborhoods and all that tallaght zony works in Seattle is you can put in if you S._F.?.

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"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"We own all rentals together except for I I do own a few my own personal rentals that I'm always married crowd <hes> but you know we're just fifty fifty partners. That's cool so let's talk about that for a minute what what made you want to partner with him like what may what made him a good partner and can relate that to people listen to the show. How can they find a good partner late? I mean obviously it's been good for you guys. You've been blown up what made us oh good. You know the biggest thing I'd had a lot of partnerships over the years and you know some of them were really well and some have not worked out well and <hes> you know having our my biggest thing is making sure they your core values are on the same H.. Ride in it's church with integrity honesty in also search work ethic like everyone's gotta be on the same work ethic age. In will and I we just had a passion for not just again going out and making checks we wanted to build wealth and you know that that's been our focus. We went from. I think probably two thousand nine was the first year we bought our properties as together and you know the couple in our upto or two hundred fifty doors in so that's because me and him on the same vision the same line that we want to build a long term wealth portfolio real estate in so as long as our core values in core for investing prince will stay together then you know we've been able to be really good partners. I mean we probably had only like six major ish by confrontation you know like big discrepancies in how we decide things in the last twelve years so it's very very rare just on the same age okay so that's some of these two hundred fifty doors. What are they made up of are they single family? multifamily mobile home parks there a little bit of everything but we have probably about ten single family properties for us. We hold old single family properties. If they've upside with zoning or some properties way we bought him right in two thousand eight a really cheap but they're on very large pieces of land in some sub markets in Seattle so we feel like the next building boom when will probably develop those cells those lots off or build on them but not this building boom we own a we have a lot of rooming houses where we take single family houses in we tournament to aid in Sixteen Unit Rooms Next University of Washington any any kind of core school were actually doing one..

partner Next University of Washington Seattle twelve years
"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"I didn't WANNA over financed the deal in so he gave me that you know instead of having too good a private money lender at that point it gave me an additional about forty grand it with bank financing to be my next down payment so then my goal my next purchase. I was disappointed something very similar kind of situation with a twenty percent equity or more in ended. I only had to put forty thousand dollars down so I had to find something with a purchase of less than two hundred Grand Aussie so the leverage put me into a whole nother position but that's why buying that I deal so important to get a good equity spread because you can maximize off and get in the building your portfolio yeah yeah so I love that I'm a big a big believer in buying stuff that you can like build equity right away and again. How do you balance though I'm curious between somebody who's just getting started their brand new? They're looking for their first deal by deal that has tons of equity and just buying something so they get their foot in the door. If you're talking to a new investor how do you typically advise them. Like how good of a deal should they go for their first deal. And where is that line between getting something done. You know what I always tell people in this the same thing I do myself is what kind of capital you know as an investor. I always have a certain amount the money set aside for my investing in long-term holds whether it's also big flipper as I slip about one hundred homes a year in what I knew I take thirty percent of that profit off the flips allocated for my mind Holt cool in so because that's like saying money comes and goes in for me if I take thirty percent aside is going to build my wealth not just buying in so you know for a newer investor. I always tell them a the first thing you want to do is find out how much money you have after work with and then from there build a plan off the and if you only have ten twenty grand that's okay you just have to start setting your plan accordingly to what you can do that ten thousand when I'm talking to investor via lamp ten thousand were I might look at cheaper sub-markets Outta Seattle because you can still get a good buying hold engaged good casual off it and put it to work because sometimes just giving your first deal done is the most important thing because you get a learn your processes. You'll earn your strength and weaknesses and then I just don't buy any deal across your plate. That's a big discount deal because if you also knew you might not have that construction background you know for me like I didn't go I sti- kept all condos at first because they were easy for me to do you and then once I started flipping a lot of homes gave me that skill set to buy these deeper discounted properties in get them <hes> you know a refinanced and pull out cash and reinvest the cash in so I kinda took in step so my first I four buying holds all condos in you know as long as they were good deals on the Condo and I believe in the market and the rents were very resistant by that was a good way for me to go plus as a landlord. I kinda liked the condos handle all the next year mate it's like I didn't want to have to deal with all the maintenance wear and tear because I didn't have the skill set to do it now nowadays. I don't really buy condos because I do have that skill set but it's very good starting way or you know sometimes buying a new or built house is good too just because you know as you're learning all your maintenance yeah yeah. That's that's a really good tip. I mean I I've always been nervous condos but then I look at them I mean nobody out here. In Hawaii..

Seattle Holt Hawaii thirty percent forty thousand dollars twenty percent
"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"You know basically all my contract. Writes I was able to start picking out the one that I want it. That's cool. I never I've never heard that before from a company but I really love that as well that gives it gives the person who's working for you something to look forward to. Hey when I do ten deals that we also it's not like I mean like I've worried in the past about hiring wholesalers or people to work with me like what if they just go steal the first dealer second deal do they have a way to prevent that and then you know like after the tenth deal that you get to pick any deal or were there. Certainly it was just number. Ten is after our ten deal. I gotta take any deal that found after that in the company their fee fee which you know that's part of the job and <hes> you know I think with them. I mean a lot of the guys actually so it was kind of weird. I was like this twenty. The three year old guy in all the other sales guys were like thirty five forty years old inside the young guy in the group was also guy work in most other like sixty hours a week in I was doing by after year in doing two to three times more ordeals and everybody else who's young kid in but you know none of the older guys they were focused more on the paycheck than they were about buying real estate so you know besides my business partner we were the only two guys in the company actually taking the employee option which was kinda crazy to us. You know because you know me real estate's about building wealth not just making income in you know you can do both but at the same time if you just rely on checks you're gonNA run out of Jackson at some point. Is You know my goal goal was not to get involved in a bunch of taxi. Was I wanNA build wealth than in the Earth's goal is to buy my own property which happened about eleven months into the <unk> about a year end due to work in there so let's talk about that first ars property what was that it was in Burien Washington. which is a sub market a seattle? It's about a you know it's about ten miles Sarah five-mile five ten miles south of Seattle the Chorea and it actually the reason I picked it. It was a two thousand in one BILLTOWN townhall. It was a town home style really good condition in the carpet paint in that twenty three. I just knew I really didn't know how to renovate a property in that was not my skill set. My skillset was finding the deal so I wanted to find something low maintenance. It wasn't going to distract me from daily duties of working in so I found this newer building it was a paid one seventy six or at the time it was worth to forty five so it had that equity position that I needed you know because also when I was looking for with something with at least a twenty percent equity position or discount because I wanted to you know at twenty three and a half a whole lot of money either so I had to do is lineup financing for first and a second with somebody so I can refinance them out of the deal and so I was looking for something and didn't need a lot of work that I can refinance quickly. They had a twenty percent acquisition and <hes> you know for me. I you know I'm a firm believer once your new if you're newer investor don't don't bite off more Nikkei two so it was a really good property for me to start with a cashflow me about two hundred fifty dollars.

seattle Burien BILLTOWN partner Jackson Washington. Chorea twenty percent two hundred fifty dollars thirty five forty years eleven months sixty hours three year
"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"red robin" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"You're not on the door and I you know I would just started off with the conversation of you. You know <hes> I hear I came. Talk your mortgage in. I have some people interested in buying your property. It was just kept a very simple and <hes> actually I went out with a couple of the owners that company and they're pretty high energy berry sales guys and that's just not really my thing. I'm I'm Kinda more analytics and get to know the restaurants you learn how to take care of people and you learn how to serve them and so I kinda just remember for the first nine months of Eight. No money couldn't get in the door and then ran away. I talked to my mom is she said what Jimmy just be yourself. Literally I would just go out there and talk to people like instead of going out with admission to go get their house. It was just more than a chat with people and just having a friendly conversation and in and from there you know get in the door and talk about numbers the house what's amazing now. So many people especially I see this with wholesalers a lot people who are jumping on wholesaling or even like flipping their door knocking whatever they think that they gotta be like the person they heard on the podcast or they got. They got to be somebody else because the the guru they look up to or the podcast and they look up to or whatever is a certain way so they think they got to put on this like act like that person but I love that you said that just be yourself like your mom one hundred percent right because people can see through that fake fakeness all day long yes yes if you're having problems talk to your mom. I don't worry about the Garo talk to your mom in yet and is really just when you're out wholesale in. You're talking to people. It's just getting to know on getting another situation in their their. You know what's their need for. Selling in you know sometimes sellers don't know what their actual need is in so a lot of times when I get to a situation it might just be that they have to three kids in house. It's way too small and it's not that Nice in you know I kinda went in with an approach to help them get him it into a better living situation in by doing that at that. Actually I was focused more on their solution rather than buying a house in a net just already bringing me a ton of properties in so I created you know twenty three created this little business for you know I go out. I give in credit repair. I wind up movers. I find new Reynold and what that did is. It just got me a lot of deal flow and then from there you know I started learning how to actually analyze the deals from there. How did you go from helping this company to doing your own for steel yeah? So you know porter working there is they. Would you know basically one out of ten contracts. They would allow us to purchase the property and so it was kind of like an incentive for the employees you know even with my voice today. I have that same as we will. I feel like it employs <unk>. They WANNA buy real estate so they get involved in so you know my goal at twenty three. I've seen all these guys making tons of money. I was like I wanna be that Guy Owen so they gave me an option..

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Arbys Makes the Marrota Carrot Made from Meat

Business Wars Daily

03:07 min | 2 years ago

Arbys Makes the Marrota Carrot Made from Meat

"From wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily on this tuesday july night if you can join them meet him someone had to have said that and then arby's board room ever since burger king created an impossible whopper out of impossible foods lab grown meat lookalike substance other fast food and fast casual chains have been adding the substitute to their menus no you didn't hear us say the word lemmings that crowd includes carl's junior white castle t g i fridays red robin the cheesecake factory factory hard rock cafe in even blaze pizza del taco q doba and little caesars did i leave anyone out oh yes mcdonald's is serving a plant based burger in germany probably a precursor to in american launch the meat substitutes have taken off so fast that impossible burger has a shortage and its employees are working twelve hour shifts to fulfill every order they can arby's though is in a bind it must be easier to make fake ground meter sausage been dominica red blooded slice of roast beef or juicy duck breast so even if he iconic roast beef sandwich chain wanted to jump on that bandwagon it couldn't yet besides the rush to peachtree dish grown protein is well worth poking fun at and you have the handed arby's the chain who slogan is we have the meat is celebrating carnivores by inventing a new menu item the merit a carrot made out of meet the lumpy orange merit only looks like a carrot from a distance much less like a vegetable then fake meat looks like ground beef that's okay arby's says it's just the first and a new line of what it's calling match doubles yet it vegetables maitre meet not created in arby's kitchen by chef never crossed the company's vice president of innovation looks more like sculpture then food ross sliced turkey breast into carat shapes boil them roll them in dry carat powder roasted roasted the end of course stuck some partially in the fat in while la merit not surprisingly rb says the merit might find its way to the menu sometime but for now it's doing a great job calling attention to it hardy devotion to meet and maybe persuading flex its aeriens somewhere to give up on meatless monday go chow down on a roast beef sandwich uprising pardon me

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Three charged as part of global hacking ring that stole millions of account numbers from restaurant chains

Mandy Connell

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Three charged as part of global hacking ring that stole millions of account numbers from restaurant chains

"On KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one m it's seventy seven in centennial eighty four in Broomfield Seventy-nine in Aurora to call Arado base restaurant chains were hit in an international. Hacking campaign hackers targeted Chipotle chillies arby's and more than one hundred other American companies in the hospitality industry the FBI said. They broke into computer systems and stole millions of customer credit and debit card numbers later sold for profit the three hackers arrested or Ukrainian nationals affiliated with. The group thin seven which prosecutors said, crafted legitimate looking Email messages with attachments that contain malware been seven has been selling stolen. Data in online underground marketplaces since at least two, thousand fifteen, the three hackers were arrested overseas one is now in. Seattle awaiting trial to others await extradition Aaron Katersky ABC news New York besides. To Pola red Robin was also targeted by the hacking syndicate the White House is defending President Trump's comments at a Florida rallied he defended having voter ID. Laws think people need an idea to get. Groceries if you if you go to a grocery store and you buy beer and wine you're certainly going to show your ID I don't think that drink He's not saying every time he went and. He said when you, go to the grocery store the president's pushing a national voter photo ID card to prevent widespread voter fraud widespread voter fraud, that virtually every state says does not exist Colorado Senator Cory, Gardner and, Michael Bennett are co sponsoring, an amendment to keep Amtrak train service along. The southwest chief which runs in southeastern Colorado the amendment was tacked onto an appropriations Bill the. Southwest chief runs daily between Chicago. And delay the amendment would reverse Amtrak's decision to use bus, service of, a rail, service in. Some areas and there, are now sixteen wildfires burning in California and. Help is coming from far away. Here in California firefighters from seventeen. States are now on the front. Line battling fierce flames new fire forecast show. Extreme conditions are expected for months California's emergency operation center is up and running governor, Jerry Brown touring that center as the. Fires burn is very serious We seen, the lives that, have been lost and I expressed by sympathy for that thirty two thousand Californians remain, evacuated firefighting help could even be requested from other countries Alex. Stone ABC news Los Angeles down today eighty one points, s pay five hundred lost nearly three, the NASDAQ up thirty five our next news update.

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U.S. Charges 3 Ukrainians in Payment-Card Hacking Case

Mandy Connell

02:40 min | 3 years ago

U.S. Charges 3 Ukrainians in Payment-Card Hacking Case

"On the decrease will fall to. Sixty, one tomorrow mostly sunny and hot with a high of ninety two Friday. Right around ninety. Another twenty percent chance for late day storm and it could be. A, few storms that move out of. The mountains into the metro area this weekend as well highs in the nineties. From CBS four I'm Ashton Altieri on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one. FM seventy eight degrees in centennial Eighty-six in Broomfield the Hayes along the front. Range can be blamed on the California wildfires according. To national weather service meteorologist wrestled Danielson he says. We are expecting a slight, chance of storms today like a washout. Six -pected a really clear the air out, unfortunately he expects the hey used to stick. Around for the next several days police in northern California are still searching, for the four people who were reported missing during the massive car fire the. Rating police department crediting the local community, and social media for helping to find sixteen people previously listed as missing six people however Were killed in that fire testimony is currently taking place in. The trial against Paul Manafort the case against the former Trump campaign chairman is focusing on the tax and Bank fraud charges which are related to interactions with a political consultant in Ukraine three Ukrainian nationals. Have been arrested accused of taking part in a hacking campaign has still credit card information from customers of popular. Restaurants including some Colorado based restaurant chain so Ukrainian nationals were positioned in different countries working for the cybercrime group fin seven which. Targeted the, computers have US businesses in the restaurant gaming and, hospitality industries to steal fifteen million customer credit and debit cards. This is good old, fashioned organized crime the FBI's j. tab said the hackers. Successfully penetrated arby's Chipotle lay red Robin and other chains court records said fins seven recruited the hackers by pretending to be a legitimate cybersecurity, company Aaron Katersky ABC news New York President Trump told a Florida rally that if Americans need a. Photo Idea to buy groceries they should have one, to vote, and then, that left millions of Americans wondering who actually needs a photo ID for groceries Sanders cleaning up the, president's claim that Americans need a photo. ID to purchase the weekly groceries if you. Go to a grocery store and you buy beer and wine you're. Certainly going to show your ID, the president did. Not say wine and, beer he was pushing a national photo ID card to. Prevent widespread voter fraud at virtually every state says does not exist Andy Field ABC. News Washington, Rockies play the cardinals again tonight in Saint Louis our coverage starts at five thirty. Five first pitch is at six. Fifteen Wall Street mixed today the Dow. Down eighty one points the s. and p. five hundred lost nearly three. The NASDAQ was.

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U.S. indicts Ukrainian hackers who stole millions of credit, debit card numbers

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

01:20 min | 3 years ago

U.S. indicts Ukrainian hackers who stole millions of credit, debit card numbers

"McClay here's our. Top story three Ukrainian nationals are in custody for their alleged role in the hacking, campaign that stole personal information from customers of popular chain, restaurants so Ukrainian nationals were positioned in different countries working for the cybercrime. Group fin seven which targeted the computers. Have US businesses in the restaurant gaming and hospitality industries to, steal, fifteen, million customer credit. And debit cards this is good old fashioned organized crime the FBI's j. tab said the, hackers successfully, penetrated arby's, Chipotle red. Robin and other chains quit records. Said fin seven recruited the hackers by pretending to, be a, legitimate cybersecurity company Aaron Katersky ABC news New York it's a stunning number last year one thousand people died. In crashes on Arizona's roadways. Eight aunts Doug pacey says most of these debts were, preventable because driver behavior is behind ninety percent of the crashes people choose to drive, impaired they choose to speed. Or Drive recklessly they choose to drive distracted they, choose to not wear seat belt these are the major factors in crash. Bay this is the third straight year. That there is on a traffic deaths rose unbuckled drivers and, passengers, make, up almost a quarter of all traffic fatalities we're now hearing what it sounded like on board that arrow, Mexico flight, that crashed, on Jake. Off and Durango Mexico yesterday ABC's. Alec.

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Connecticut Red Hen receives wrath of Sanders’ defenders

Ethan Bearman

01:48 min | 3 years ago

Connecticut Red Hen receives wrath of Sanders’ defenders

"Red hen right real headline huffington post real headline people are trolling the wrong red hen restaurants after sarah huckabee sanders incident all right folks the red hand is not a chain restaurant but some people seem to think it is they're thinking a red robin by the way the burger joint red robin is like i don't know if they're franchises or but it's a chain that's not not red hen so the red hand in one town is not the red hand in lexington virginia so everybody stop sending nasty stuff to the wrong red hands there at least three unaffiliated restaurants with the same name been subject to critical comments on their social media and yell pages as well as hard or is somebody to harassing calls michael friedman co owner of the red hand in dc told the washingtonian there's a restaurant is received mistaken calls emails yelp reviews and even death threats because of the confusion yeah that's an end to the restaurant over the weekend and don't forget that trumpian can't get dates in dc so i'm just saying maybe that's rather busy thrown eggs i'm just saying all right not the onion real headline this one got i just was like this honest to goodness sounds like a true onion e type headline 'cause like listen to this the real headline from bloomberg bloomberg dot com real headline saudi moves forward with plan to turn cutter into island you know the country cutter for the united arab emirates gulf coast saudi what.

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