35 Burst results for "Seven Billion Dollar"
Biden Moves to Split $7 Billion in Frozen Afghan Funds
"President Biden's expected to use an executive order to you seized assets from Afghanistan for a fund to compensate nine eleven families and provide humanitarian relief to the Afghan people and administration officials as the White House plans to move some seven billion dollars in frozen assets from the Afghan central bank into two funds three and a half billion dollars for nine eleven victims families and others suing in New York because of terrorism and three and a half billion dollars for system to fund humanitarian relief in Afghanistan nearly
At COP26, over 100 countries pledge to end deforestation
"A coalition of governments and private funders personals plans to invest one point seven billion dollars to aid indigenous communities are protected by a diverse tropical forests in the next four years governments from the US the UK Norway Germany and the Netherlands and seventeen other private phone does say the money will support activities to secure will strengthen and protect indigenous peoples and local communities land and resource rights I'm provide other kinds of aid including the group activities a spokesperson for the Ford Foundation one of the founders who told the AP the governments are providing approximately one billion while the rest will come from the philanthropies I'm Charles de Ledesma
More than 10,000 John Deere workers go on strike at 14 U.S. plants
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting deer and company workers go on strike after rejecting a contract offer more than ten thousand workers at fourteen Deere and company plants in five states what on strike Thursday in the first major walk out of the company in more than thirty years members of the United auto workers rejected an offer from deer earlier in the week of five percent raises for some workers and six percent raises for others rejected offer would have paid top scale their production workers just over thirty dollars per hour rising to thirty one dollars eighty four cents after five years the agricultural machinery giant known for its green tractors enjoyed a pandemic Boone gear is expected to report record profits of between five point seven billion dollars and five point nine billion dollars this year hi
"seven billion dollar" Discussed on Risk Commentary
"Ceo's discovered too late that they had treated their old fashioned blind spots for a new kind of blindness one in by the comfort of new technology and elaborate quantitative models with such disasters. And here he is referring to the association Seven billion dollar Rogue trading loss with such disasters as a backdrop many risk management experts. Say it's time for companies to revisit the fundamentals. That's from author bennett. Voyles or how about this one. From peter bernstein the risk management icon with too much dependence on the math. You lose sight of the dynamics that the world really moves and that it's a complex system indeed and that's the whole point of considering financial and investment questions in the context of a multidisciplinary roundtable in other words. In high quality risk assessment financial models will simply not be able to incorporate and express all of the various elements of the problem. Even if you have a highly developed database In an internal risk rating system for a similar project. That is still looking into the past. You need to examine the current investment on its own merits with the current situation. Well on the face of it. I think it's pretty hard to refute. The argument that i'm making and probably a lot of people would say well we're already doing that. We're already looking at financial risk in a strategic context. But i sort of challenge you to examine whether you're really bringing to the table Comprehensive review of all of the various risk from all the different remains With the proper preparation of doing the context and all the specifications of high quality risk assessment. That have been discussing throughout the various episodes in this podcast series. A closely related topic is due diligence. The question there as well. What constitutes due diligence is there a comprehensive and Really well informed Designed for a due diligence system that you're using or is it a more informal and sort of hit and miss now. Obviously there are due diligence methods and systems. That have good predictive power that are successful but this is all a matter of finding them within the firms that hold them as a proprietary methods so in the absence of a really good due diligence system or a high quality risk assessment which is multidisciplinary in which to review.
Canadian Pacific Reaches $27 Billion Deal to Buy Kansas City Southern
"Major railway companies are coming together in a historic new deal canadian pacific railway but kansas city southern for more than twenty seven billion dollars. If the deal is approved it will be the first major merger in the industry in about two decades. It will create the first freight railroad that links canada. The us and mexico. Canadian pacific already plays a key role in north american trade beginning. Kansas city southern was big because it plays a big part in trade with mexico. The trains bring auto and other industrial products from mexico into the us and they bring american farm goods back to mexico. Once the railways are merged. The new company will be named canadian pacific kansas city and it plans to bring on another twenty thousand employees but regulators still have to give the okay and those reviews could last until the end of next
Renaissance Hedge Fund Execs to Pay $7B in IRS Settlement
"Simon's and robert mercer along with current and former executives of hedge fund. Renaissance technologies will personally pay as much as seven billion dollars in back taxes interest and penalties to settle a long-running dispute with the internal revenue service a tax settlement. That may be the largest in history simon's who started renaissance before retiring as the firm's chairman. On january i will make an additional quote settlement payment of six hundred seventy dollars according to the firm. Mr simon's will also pay back. Taxes related to his
Supreme Court Ends Biden’s Eviction Moratorium
"So now the by administration has been extending a federal eviction moratorium to protect tents struggling to pay their rent during the pandemic but now the moratorium is over really truly over. That's because the supreme court ruled last week. That the cbc has overstepped its at and that the moratorium to continue congress. We'd need to authorize it but that's unlikely to happen as house. press secretary. jen psaki told reporters on friday. What we're trying to do here is prevent people from being evicted from their homes. If there were enough votes to pass an eviction moratorium in congress it would have happened. It hasn't happened and while the white house says it's working with states on solutions. hundreds of thousands potentially millions of tenants across the country are now at risk of losing their homes including tenants in the state of new york. We're more than eight hundred. Thirty thousand households are behind on their rent. We're joined today by sia weaver campaign coordinator of housing justice for all in new york. Sia welcome to the takeaway. Extre having me also with us. Peter hepburn assistant professor of sociology at rutgers university newark and part of the eviction lab at princeton university. Peter welcome back to the shell on sia from your perch. What's the significance of this supreme court ruling. Well that's really just devastating as you said eight hundred thirty thousand households are more really are behind on rent in new york and seventy seven percent of them are people of color. The thing that's most painful about all of this as our state also has two point seven billion dollars in rental assistance. Money meant to solve this problem and we've been unable to spend it so this is a a real wave of addiction. That should be preventable. But for some reason has not been prevented.
Saudi Oil Giant Aramco Sees Half-Year Earnings Climb to $47B
"Saudi Arabia's oil producing company Aramco has announced an income of forty seven billion dollars for the first half of the year the ending is double what the company took over the same period last year when the coronavirus ground to travel and pummeled global demand for oil Aramco's CEO Amin Nasser said the company's second quarter results reflects a strong rebound in worldwide energy demands around his financial health is crucial to Saudi Arabia stability despite massive efforts by Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman to divest by the economy the kingdom still depends heavily on oil exports to fuel government spending I'm Karen Thomas
CDC issues new eviction ban for most of US through Oct. 3
"The new depiction moratorium the centers for disease control and prevention has found legal authority for president Biden to declare a new sixty day eviction moratorium for areas where some ninety percent of the people live the decision follows a five day protest by Missouri democratic congressman Corey bush and others on the steps of the capitol building stand up and speak for those who are oftentimes staying cool speed swimming pools because they'll listen the rent crisis continued despite Congress providing some forty seven billion dollars in relief the vast majority of the money has yet to get to renters and their landlords to stave off looming evictions timid wire Washington
CDC Can't Stop Evictions, as Biden Calls on States to Act
"The buy did ministration says the CDC has been unable to find a legal way for extending an eviction band and it wants speeds and other governments to step up the White House says it is unable to take action to keep renters in their homes after the moratorium expired over the weekend the administration's under intense pressure from Congress to do something well spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the president's not given up on the executive action virus second armored response coordinator gene Sperling's putting the onus on states and localities saying vacant both institute policies and also give out nearly forty seven billion dollars Congress allocated for emergency rental eight there's no excuse for them not doing so an estimated three point six million Americans are at risk of addiction during the virus search some as soon as today Sager mag ani Washington
VP Harris Announces Business Investments in Central America
"A dozen companies and groups are working with the White House to invest in three central American nations as a way to ease migration vice president Kamilla Harris announces a new program designed to boost investment in Guatemala Honduras and El Salvador three central American nations and I've seen many of their citizens migrate north to the United States Harris says private companies such as Microsoft MasterCard are crucial to the effort to improve the local economies are private business sector have a very significant role to play as we all know in creating jobs and promoting economic opportunity and in long term development the bite to ministration backs a seven billion dollar proposal to help address the poverty and violence the propels people to flee their home countries Harris plans to visit Guatemala and Mexico early next month Tim McGuire Washington
The Future of Cloud Native Collaborative Communication
"So welcome in europe. Future of I guess these greg walker under ceo. Dial pen and we're going to speak about many topics but before doing that. Let's start from the beginning Greg how did you find yourself Voice you know so. I've been in voice over. Ip the last twenty years but really didn't have any plans to become a voice over ip person. i was a securities attorney in palo. Alto california working at a big firm representing startups and venture capitalists and investment banks and big public companies and things like that and One of my clients was starting a venture fund. Tell us off partners in nineteen ninety nine. There was going to make a bunch of investments out of the the nineteen ninety-six telecom deregulation act is a really. He asked me to join him so i did. And we started making investments in in a lot of things We invested in surono related in Like optical switching and things like that an underlying architecture and there were acquired by cisco yes yes it was bought at the time was as seven billion dollar. Acquisition was massive. It was it was huge but One of our one of investments remade. And i went to a different venture fund and then we continue to make those types of investments. One was a voice over. Ip company from nine hundred ninety nine called dial pad and same name totally different company but Really fell in love with voice over. Ip matt deal and then when two thousand one came around and and the internet all in all these unprofitable businesses had had to lay off. A lot of people
California Governor Proposes Tax Rebate as Virus Relief
"California governor Gavin Newsom is proposing a tax rebate as virus relief the governor says the state has a lot of money left over a seventy five point seven billion dollar budget surplus poor and middle class people in California could get checks up to eleven hundred dollars that tax rebate will impact just shy of eighty percent of all tax filers will get a direct stimulus check the big surpluses largely due to taxes paid by rich Californians who generally did well during the pandemic Newsome says California is not just coming back California's gonna come roaring back Newsome faces a likely recall next year one Republican called the governor's plan a publicity stunt another says these checks won't solve California's problems I'm a Donahue
US Denies Iranian State TV Report on Deals to Release Prisoners
"The United States and Iran are in active talks over the release of prisoners according to a person familiar with the discussions despite denials but the wrong state TV made the claim Sunday which was swiftly shot down by US officials but a person with knowledge of the discussions and not authorized to comment said talks are active with the go betweens passing messages the deal according to Ron TV is for the release of four U. S. citizens which they call spies in exchange for some seven billion dollars and the release of a running until they hear president Biden's chief of staff said yesterday unfortunately the report is not true but they are working to get them home Iran TV is also reporting a separate deal is in the works with the U. K. for just over half a million for one of their citizens being held I'm Julie Walker
US denies Iran claims of prisoner deal; UK plays it down
"The state department is denying a report that deals have been reached with Iran for the release of U. S. and British prisoners but he might not be as although the you try harder isn't going to get you twenty five dollars off the house to meet your daughter citing unidentified sources Iran state television reported what it described as for American spice would be swapped for for Aronian prisoners and seven billion dollars state TV is run by hardliners in the report comes amid a power struggle between hard liners in the relatively moderate government of Iranian president Hassan Rouhani raising the prospect the report was intended to disrupt talks in Vienna on resuscitating Iran's nuclear deal with world powers state department spokesman that prices simply report sent a prisoner swap deal has been reached are not true my president Biden's chief of staff Ron Klain tells CBS's face the nation the U. S. is working very hard to get the Americans released but so far there's no agreement Ben Thomas Washington
Dogecoin Spikes 400% in a Week
"Discuss why we're talking about does coin in a bull market. Sometimes numbers go up in a way that no matter what you think about an asset. You have to ask why or at least if you don't ask why others will. Let's take a quick survey of headlines about doj from just this morning. Cnbc says does coin spikes four hundred percent of a week. Stoking fears of a cryptocurrency bubble. Cnn says does coin price soars more than one hundred percent to new record. after elon. musk business insider does coin. Price rally extends to five hundred and twenty percent over past week on tweet coin base. Newsweek says exclusive does coin investor becomes millionaire after putting life savings and demean crypto benzinga investors in disbelief as doj becomes top five crypto with forty seven billion dollar market cap. And then there's usa today not a joke anymore. Does coins surges above thirty
US Setting up $1.7B National Network to Track Virus Variants
"The Biden ministration says it's creating a national network to track corona virus variants that could trigger another pandemic wave virus response advisor Randy Slavitt says even as the administration ramps up vaccination efforts more dangerous variants are growing he says a one point seven billion dollar network using funds from the president's virus relief packages aimed at getting ahead of the variance this funding will enable CDC it states to do more genomic sequencing the announcement comes as CDC cheaper shovel Lenski says the nation seeing more virus cases nearly seventy thousand new cases per day up from fifty three thousand four weeks ago she says hospitalizations and deaths are also up partly because of variance and partly because of relaxed restrictions on gatherings Sager mag ani Washington
Microsoft Is Acquiring Nuance Communications
"Microsoft has acquired speech tech company nuance for nineteen point. Seven billion dollars in cash a twenty three percent premium on its friday closing price on the stock market quoting cnbc the nuance acquisition represents microsoft's largest acquisition since it bought linked in for more than twenty six billion dollars in two thousand sixteen. It's the latest sign. Microsoft is hunting for more growth through acquisitions. The company is also reportedly in talks to buy the chat app. Discord for about ten billion dollars on top of that microsoft made an effort to bhai tick tock. Us business last year for about thirty billion dollars before the deal was derailed. Last month microsoft completed its seven point six billion dollar acquisition of gaming company zan amax nuance would be aligned. With the part of microsoft's business that serves businesses and governments nuance derives revenue by selling tools. For recognizing and transcribing speech in dr office visits customer service calls and voicemails in its announcement microsoft said nuances. Technology will be used to augment microsoft's cloud products for health care which were launched last year in an interview on cnbc squawk on the street. Monday microsoft ceo such an adela highlighted nuances healthcare tools as the key driver behind the acquisition quote. We've seen a massive acceleration of digital transformation healthcare in particular nonetheless said when you think about the provider market digital tech is going to be the
COVID-19 Relief Package Includes Billions For Transportation Sector
"All right how often did you fly. Or maybe the trainer buster in the pandemic. Yeah the transportation sector has been hit hard but anyone who rides in trains planes or automobile should benefit from the one point nine trillion dollar cove relief package. Npr's david schaper reports. It was a year ago this week. The us what unlocked down highways and airports were suddenly almost deserted. People travelling overseas scrambled to get flights home at mass transit. Trains ran nearly empty in the virginia. Suburbs of washington. Dc forty six year old. Sandra vigil had been driving buses packed. with sixty. to seventy people are more. We ended up taking towards the end of march. He was like one two people per ride. If you had any people at all last march twenty ninth vigil says she about ninety five percent of her loudon county. Transit co workers were furloughed. Her's lasted four and a half months and unemployment wasn't enough to make ends meet. A lot of fail behind are not rental car payments. Because he was either eating or paint a car or paying the rent and thing they lakeville transit systems across the country so ridership plummet ninety percent or more in revenue fell with it yet. Mass transit is essential especially for many low wage workers. Again bus driver. Sandra vigil in order to keep the buses running and to keep us working. We needed this money. The relief bill includes thirty billion dollars for transit. It also includes one point seven billion dollars for amtrak enough to bring twelve hundred furloughed employees back to work and restore daily service on long distance routes and there's funding to help states continue fixing crumbling roads and bridges offsetting. They're lost gas tax revenue as for airlines. I have fantastic news year. That's american airline ceo. Doug parker in a video message to employees about the plan which includes another fourteen billion dollars payroll support. That's good news for the thirteen thousand american employees who were facing furloughs april. First so if you have one of those worn out notices we sit out in february. Tear it up. There aren't going to be any furloughs at american airlines in april and with vaccinations on the rise. Hopefully never again. Ceo parker says the last three weeks have been the airlines best. Since the pandemic hit with bookings and passenger volumes up that's happening at other airlines too so much so that after months of hemorrhaging tens of millions of dollars a day the ceo's of delta and united now expect to reduce their daily cash. Burn two zero this month or next while southwest is on track to break even by june. Of course that's relatively easy to do. When tax payers are essentially covering much of your payroll airlines have now received more than fifty billion dollars in federal payroll grants since the start of the pandemic. This was hugely important. And as a pilot for american airlines at spokesman for the pilot's union. The last thing i wanted to be is on our heels when everybody was ready to get back. Flying tiger says if pilots had been furloughed. They need weeks. If not months of training before being able to fly passengers again. You do not want to be staring at the recovery and turning around and seeing the flight deck empty. Because you weren't able to train. The pilots quickly. Enough joe sweet. Herman transportation professor at chicago's depaul university. Says this government aid is crucial is pretty clear that the airlines were such a desire straight federal assistance and a big way we would have lost an airliner to sweden and says the federal aid helps airlines amtrak transit agencies and highway departments continue critical operations while adapting to a post covid world a world that will likely lead to more operational changes in the near.
"seven billion dollar" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Try to have some fun this Memorial Day weekend many more will be on the phones again this week trying to figure out the status of their unemployment claims despite two point seven billion dollars worth of claims being paid according to the governor Jonathan Satter is head of the department of management services overseeing unemployment he acknowledges people are not getting the answers that they need we've had fifteen million phone calls since March fifteenth we haven't gotten to most of us most of those people are hanging up it's upsetting to me is is is upsetting to the callers meanwhile the state's jobless rate now stands at twelve point nine percent the mother accused of drowning her nine year old autistic son in a Miami Dade canal reportedly failed in her first attempt to kill him according to police what this is going to touch as they saw Ali Han true Ripley in a canal last Thursday we were able to pull him to safety however an hour later detectives say Patricia Ripley brought only hundred to another can Alan Kendall where she drowned him state university system chancellor Marshall Chrysler is expected to release new guidelines on how students and faculties may return to campus this fall following the sudden closure to do the crime virus outbreak or international university president mark Rosenberg giving a small preview in a letter sent Friday that a phased approach will be used depending on several factors including the vulnerability of some students all eyes are on Cape Canaveral and the weather ahead of Wednesday's historic manned mission to the international space station first time astronauts will lift off from U. S. soil in nine years WOFL fox thirty five meteorologist Jeannie king says a lot will depend on what the miglior afternoon weather pattern hoping it right up the east coast sea breeze helps to alleviate our fears and pushing a lot of that weight activity back into the peninsula in lane west of ninety five and far removed from the case.
"seven billion dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"This is the perfect example of never let a crisis go to waste because you'll get things done you never dreamed could happen at any other time and now that you have three trillion spend you got four trillion loan guarantees you've got Americans bagging and fighting and protesting even going to jail because they want to work and open up their businesses again now the answer the Democrats who have been in hiding in their gated community mansions with their designer ice cream now they're saying well when I'm going to give away three trillion dollars more they just want to hand out cash payments to American families tax credits for American families I'm but I'm not that much against tax credits I'm all for it but this is where it gets to be a money grab they want five hundred billion dollars in funding to assist state governments with the fiscal impacts of the health emergency okay five hundred billion dollars so let me explain what that really means the fed they want the federal government all of you that live in red states that don't live in New York New Jersey Connecticut Illinois California Washington state all of you in the middle all of the red states they're now going to if they pass this bill and Republicans must say no especially in the Senate then they're going to basically be saying for all of your responsible boating in the past voting in fiscally responsible governor's fiscally responsible state legislators and senators we you are now going to bail out these big blue states that are I have spent and squandered and taxed and failed the people of those states which is why so many people are leaving the state's five hundred billion dollars that means they're using your money to fund unfunded pension plans that they should have been funding all along to pay off their debt to pay off their deficits to pay off their waste their fraud and their abuse and they're doing the same thing part two is the local fiscal relief which is three hundred seventy five billion in funding to assist local governments well that would be good local governments like New York City waste fraud abuse of taxpayer money on a level you can't even begin to imagine and they got social services and it goes on then the education department etcetera all it is is a huge money grab giveaway none of this really some very since in tangential way is has to do with bailing out the you don't quit cold relief we've already allocated three billion the answer is not in this bill the answer is in opening the country and opening the country safely one of the lessons we learned well if you do want governor Ron DeSantis did down in Florida and you go in and protect the elderly population then you've gone a long way towards preventing there there will be hot spots there will be rebounds but you go in like they did in the South Dakota like they did in Iowa like they did in Washington state the meat processing plants and immediately a dive all over it now that we have all the ventilators all the medical equipment that we'd ever want or need in the future especially when this might happen sometime in the fall but the answer is opening up the country and Americans are dying to get old to open up the country when I break down I can give you now saw every all the waste fraud and abuse in New York for example you know empire state development corporation group sixty three percent in from seven hundred and thirty nine million in twenty sixteen to one point two billion in twenty eighteen you know the what are they involved it let's see an investment in the buffalo billion the life sciences initiative a new laboratory appropriations of money for the strategic projects program in high tech this is what New York does with the money they tax people they wasted what do they do in New York what do they do in California everything is free for illegal immigrants that is multi hundreds of millions of dollars you got a new York a seven hundred million dollars solar panel factory that eventually was mothballed and picked up by you on must pass along they had six hundred workers on site you know what the cost for that solar factory project was up one point two million New York taxpayer dollars per job created this is madness seven billion dollars annually in New York for the citizens budget commission estimated state expenditures on development data to prove investments are worthwhile the spending seven billion dollars in New York they spend six hundred million dollars on a microchip factory what does New York have to do with a micro chip factory or partnering with a California light bulbs are a company to build a ninety million dollar factory outside of Syracuse yeah that was mothballed also they given away four hundred and twenty million in annual tax credits from New York but the film industry why they why do they get any money why we building all these I love New York signs for millions of dollars and they're decorating their bridges at a cost of two hundred and sixteen million okay you can start saving a lot of money in Illinois the thirteen million dollars on an arts council chaired by the wife of the Illinois house speaker that's pretty stupid twenty three point six million on programs to encourage bike riding in Illinois government that we don't need twenty three million is spent on studying bike riding if you want to ride a bike go get a bike or AFP or money spent and allocated so young people take up golf and money spent on the monarch butterflies this is what these blue states do they tax you to death and then they wasted all ten million dollars to rehabilitate the dilapidated a privately owned uptown theater in Chicago well how about the privately owned theater upgrade itself and if they can upgrade it let them sell it municipalities in Illinois they spent more than two million dollars on lobbying spending on pensions is up you know in the last fifteen years six hundred and sixty three percent they have all these unfunded pensions now you're they're going to ask you the taxpayer to to bail them out all their waste all their fraud all their abuse all there the all the money they take in in taxes in California how much is a sanctuary state like California cats are costing the people of California they have road signs you know that cost six thousand five hundred and twenty eight Bucks C. H. they have a two hundred twenty two two hundred and twenty seven thousand dollar bus driver and others drivers making a hundred grand or more okay good job I guess if you can get a gold plated transit buses that cost three to five times the national average in California I mean all of this it's all wasted all fraud it's all abuse and all of this is now they're saying to toe responsible stage welcome balance out I don't I'm saying all you responsible states don't do it I call you senator and call your congressman and by the way much to my chagrin but I will tell you the country's demanding to be opened and they're demanding to be open now and if we don't start opening up the country now that we've learned lessons what we learned I keep talking about this kid I had on the program yesterday that this kid was stocking the shelves all its employees New York never ran out of food grocery store shelves remained stocked and it was because these guys put on their masks and they went to work every day and as he told you yesterday nobody at the store got cold at nineteen the same thing in the middle of the epicenter but rod I know local rite aids and and also was CVS they're all open before working you can open an open safely we've learned that when you wear the masks they work is a pretty cool mask on the New York Post dot com website that will actually put a hole but it did put a hole in the wrong place where you can actually drink your drink out of a hole in your mask you might want to put it over the side of slip in underneath you see for example in New York corona hospital admissions have now plunged to fifty five new patients we now not only did we hit the eight packs now the precipitous decline that we all wanted are happening look what Ilan musk is doing he's gonna reopen Tesla and defiance of another shut down we saw what happened to the salon owner you know I know that doctor found she is you know considered a a demi god by everybody and and just to be worshipped but he was telling us that everything's fine on February twenty ninth he was telling young healthy people they can go out on cruises on March the tenth I mean so nobody got it right in part I would say is partly China's fault there February twenty ninth out young coronavirus no need to change lifestyle yet it was February twenty ninth March second both Cuomo and de Blasio go out on the town we're not like usual the countries they were all wrong and we can see that the UK for example no longer at epidemic levels they're opening up now you see owners of restaurants saying they've had it I'm not going down with the ship you got a Colorado restaurant owner defying a state order he's re opening and guess what people have made decisions on their own and they're going the crowds they're packing the place you know Democrats are resisting Americans of have they move them American people are smart they watched all of this unfold they have ascertain what the real risks are and if you don't have underlying conditions if you don't have some type of compromised immune system and you know you could probably do a lot of these things but they're making their own choice and I would urge all of you to where the mass social distance through the whole thing because you don't want to get other people sick that's that's why I will do it that's that's my own personal decision parts of New York will open but a Pennsylvania restaurant owner opened up in defiance of Tom will shut down order people of had it and now other countries like Italy they're lifting the lockdown because their protests are continue and wolf and peach mint talks as the governor doubles down on more locked down threats and inmates by the way you're trying to infect themselves that was a pretty sick report we had on Hannity last night but you know it's it at this point Michigan you have a sheriff he's not going to enforce Whitner stay at home or you can't wash you can't cut your grass no she's not gonna do it do you have a Michigan judge siding with a barber who wanted to work in spite of Gretchen which Whitmer's demand a clothes shop in Michigan all right let me tell you about my pillow and I'm going to get into what they did to general Flynn what Obama knew when he knew it all right now thanks to our friends at my pillow dot com by the way part of their their factory now is spent making N. ninety five masks that's how Great Mike Lindell and all the great workers at my pillow dot com mark they have the best products.
"seven billion dollar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"seven billion dollar" Discussed on KTOK
"Law and order Jimmy Kimmel the bachelor amazing race on and on and on and on industry insiders say the delay in movie releases and TV shows will cost the studios ready seven billion dollars this year Disney alone as for a load forty three thousand employees similar numbers for other movie studios M. G. M. fired seven percent of its entire staff while many hard hit industries will bounce back once the pandemic is under control late night television for example already has far fewer viewers than it used to have and the decline will continue corporations will not hire all entertainment workers back new projects will be postponed for years and now on demand is coming there are some entertainment vehicles that are prospering like Netflix and Amazon prime these are channels where you can watch shows at any time but I gotta tell ya I went in there the other night and there's not a lot to watch I mean you can sit there and watch this stuff but to me sitting in a movie theater watching a very sophisticated production doesn't compare to Netflix I'm sorry but here's the real problem with Hollywood we are going to have entertainment on demand soon what that means is your television set wore big computer will be set up so you can say I want to watch Riley right now and I hope you would say that I am there I go boom right in front of your eyes it's called voice activated demand programming it'll be here very soon once that happens regular television shows movies in the theaters which cost twelve fourteen dollars in some places they're gonna die because people will watch what they want to watch when they want to watch I'm bill Riley and I approve.
"seven billion dollar" Discussed on WTVN
"Rain returns today especially this afternoon into the overnight a half inch to an inch of rain and a high temperature of fifty five today and a low of forty six tonight we get a dry day tomorrow and sixty two rain does return for the weekend and it gets much colder by Sunday barely fifty degree weather is powered by the basement tighter right now mostly cloudy forty four in white hall forty five your severe weather station Ohio governor Mike DeWine allowing hospitals to perform elective surgeries again as part of the response the corona virus pandemic thesis patients and doctors need to have an important conversation before proceeding to talk with the patient to take a look at it to see whether now the passage of time of the surgery is certainly something that needs to take place for the procedure needs to take place regionally the order was put in place in March so important medical equipment could be used for corona virus patients lieutenant governor John Houston shooting down the idea of using the state's rainy day fund for corona virus relief based on current projections that two point seven billion dollars what we might need twice that amount just to balance the budget over the next fifteen months around seven hundred thousand Ohioans have filed for unemployment benefits in the last four weeks which is overwhelmed the state's processing system comes bearing together has been about two point five million dollars in services for the city to respond to the covert nineteen pandemic much of the money was spent without city council approval by council president Shannon Hardin says he supports will get theirs doing among the purchases to set up video arraignments in court and to maintain the financial computer systems there are encouraging signs most intensive phase of the battle against covered nineteen is succeeding the debate now is how quickly to rise from the national slumber even as the number of infections tapers in this state governor Andrew Cuomo worries about a spike if restrictions are loosened we make a bad move it's going to set us back Tennessee is lifting its locked down next week and in Georgia bowling alleys and barber shops could open Friday from a personal standpoint I'm just not sure hi how I feel about that annexed to the own said he would not immediately reopen daily on barber in Atlanta I personally feel it's a little too soon his clients may clamor for a hair cut but he'll wait another two weeks Erin could her ski A. B. C. news New York nation's top infectious disease expert also wants leaders across the nation to be careful as operation start right back up the problem is if we don't do that there was a likelihood that we'll have a readout and the one way not to be opened the economy is to have a rebound that we can't take care of Dr Anthony found she told reporters states need to reopen in a measured way here you governors and mayors shouldn't leap frog over guidelines in the phases for getting the economy going amid the corona virus don't you warm there's a possibility for a rebound of code nineteen if leaders are careful elsewhere shooting in north Linden overnight left one person dead ABC sixes Lexus Moberg says the victim was driving a U. haul along east Audubon near two lane overnight this actor's Salazar right there at the U. haul and that the victim was driving that truck when a suspect then came up and a red ski mask shot the victim.
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"Your love life in permanent and write the name yourself or go to crimes and whiskers dot com and pay five Bucks on line Jennifer Jones Lee KFI news the number of US service members hurt in an Iranian missile strike has gone up again Reuters says an unnamed US officials put the number of traumatic brain injuries above one hundred if confirmed that would be more than fifty percent increase from the Pentagon's latest total of sixty four U. S. initially reported zero casualties from the strike on an Iraqi air base early last month a man has shot two police officers at a Walmart in eastern Arkansas the man was shot and killed by police everyone thank all food for their for their Expedia time to get time to get out there it could have been a whole lot worse than what it one of band for city police chief it D. on lease says one of the officers shot has had surgery and is expected to be okay the others already out of the hospital Lee says cops got a call of a man making threats inside the Walmart which is about forty five miles west of Memphis the Iowa Democratic Party has awarded the biggest share of delegates to Pete booted judge the former mayor of south bend Indiana is set to get fourteen delegates to the National Party convention Bernie Sanders gets twelve Sanders still leads the popular vote for the Iowa caucuses but the state uses a delegate system comparable to the US electoral college Elizabeth Warren is getting eight delegates Joe Biden get six AB club it sure gets one an orbiter designed to study the sun up close has launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida the space craft cold so low cost almost one point seven billion dollars it's a project out of the European Space Agency but NASA's helping out so low will periodically travel within twenty six million miles of the sun scientists say they had to develop lots of new technology to make sure the arbiter wouldn't melts jail and what's up on the roads the question Carson on the four oh five north and senator veteran Wilmington Avenue and it looks like the right lanes are blocked here things are really heavy come away from the seven ten seven says slows down from about the.
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"Of course was equally confident obviously is in common with a rising economy with solving the principal problem that was perceived name of the deficit how can you being else but a victory when we talk to brown about his first campaign for governor in nineteen seventy four he was content to sit on a big lead he held in the polls likening it to a basketball blowout even the warriors when there is they keep shooting like if they were behind now hi and is any candidate I don't think so but brown's lead in that race forty years earlier quickly evaporated and he barely held on to win fast forward to twenty fourteen and it seems that Brown wasn't content to just run out the clock in his final campaign for governor sure brown barely talked about his opponent Republican Neel Kashkari but he bought a forward looking campaign behind two more ballot measures we had the two measures during the fall and and the water behind proposition one was a seven billion dollar water bond to prepare for future droughts proposition to strengthen the fund where the state could save money to prepare for future deficits that's all I need I'll we campaign for them governor Jerry Brown has done his best to ignore the upcoming election you spend money on ads promoting proposition one and two but next to nothing on his campaign for an unprecedented fourth term campaign trail led governor Jerry Brown to San Diego today but not to talk about his impending reelection with a twenty point lead over his Republican opponent brown came to rally support for proposition one what was the strategy there to just focus on issues and not talk about all the great things you it's usually yeah but no worries I should put yourself on the back this never attractive it's better to have a challenge to lead the charge which I did and Browns charged his forward thrust was once again embraced by the voters governor Jerry Brown made political history last night cruising to reelection by.
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"A nice present have TSA make you open out if something alarms it has to be cleared so wrap your presence when you get to your destination if your destinations hello any rainy weather is causing some boys but KCBS TV is Dave Lopez tells us not that many people were complaining about the situation no problem at all expecting worse for sure is it usually pretty laid back and kick back I'm just ready for the next five even now actually was running smoothly despite the fact that lost three of its buses on Saturday night because of fire replace the whole fleet but no one was complaining now I'm not too bad Columbus is was really getting the hell is better than Columbus Ohio might disagree CBS news update on top forty tension contracts I'm city thirty that's one of the stories we're following up a on seven sixty the trump administration is awarded nearly seven billion dollars in contracts for private companies to operate immigration detention centers in California ahead of a new state law taking effect January first that bands such contracts a spokeswoman for governor Gavin Newsom calls it an effort to circumvent California's authority and that the move must be addressed by Congress today's storm is the first of two Pacific storms heading southern California this week there's another colder cell headed our way Christmas night through Thursday news eight's weather team says the rain will and Friday with dry weather by the weekend this new sponsored by SDG and he did you know that a person who is touched a power line may still be energized avoid contact and quickly dialed nine one one for more safety tips visit S. D. G. E. dot com slash safety right now add Lindbergh field cloudy in fifty eight degrees AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news tell you about it then we talk about eight AM seven sixty talk and breaking news in the George S. Patton talk radio call limited seven seven three eight one three eight one one fax eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one okay and doc Washburn for little rock Arkansas mark Levin's affiliates in little rock K. A. R. and filling in for the great one and is delighted to be here it's always an honor and a privilege we have you heard the call from Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders has taken an interest in.
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"It is three twenty nine here in KC are W. up ahead on All Things Considered a conversation with the director of strategic communications for the trump twenty twenty campaign will facing impeachment help him win re election we'll have more from him coming up this hour on the program and later a justice department watchdog has produced a report on the twenty sixteen election that shoots down conspiracy theories and criticizes the FBI now he's going to testify on Capitol Hill more on that state and local news at three thirty two L. feud between California and president trump means our coffers could be a little light and what you need to know about another yet another equally help break in the Central Valley after this from NPR live from NPR news in Culver city California I'm to Wayne brown on Capitol Hill house Democrats have formally called for president trump's removal from office announcing two articles of impeachment today charging trump with abuse of office and obstruction of Congress as NPR's Amy hell tells us the White House and it's G. O. P. allies are pushing back against the articles of impeachment acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney called the charges part of a kangaroo process which hunt was president trump's response expressing confidence he'll be exonerated at a Senate trial GOP lawmakers accused Democrats of trying to insure trump loses the next election but house Democrats said after trump pressured Ukraine to investigate a rival while withholding military aid he put himself before country and they had to defend the next election and the constitution NPR's Amy held pending a vote by the full house the next step is an impeachment trial in the Senate where Republicans have the majority Senate leader Mitch McConnell says any trial there would begin after the holidays Saudi defense officials have visited the Florida navy base where a member of the Saudi airforce killed three people and wounded eight others he was killed by sheriff's deputies Debbie Elliot reports the FBI is investigating whether he acted alone the FBI says the gunman legally bought a Glock pistol in July from a Florida gun dealer although nonimmigrant foreign nationals are generally prohibited from having a gun the Saudi flights due to qualified for an exception by using a valid Florida hunting license the FBI says the Saudi government is cooperating the beer as Jacksonville office tweeted an image of a Saudi defense attache and embassy officials at Naval Air Station Pensacola the post says they met with the Saudi aviation students who remain restricted on the base by their Saudi commanding officer authorities are trying to determine whether Friday's deadly attack was part of a terror plot Debbie Elliot NPR news Pensacola Florida this is NPR and for the David bone at foundation news from this is Casey are W. on Larry Perot on a Tuesday December tenth here's what's happening at three thirty two a key sacramental lawmaker is warning that California should prepare for a smaller than expected surplus next year the reason for that is an ongoing feud between this state and the trump administration over medicate KCRW's Geral saxman California is projected to have a seven billion dollar surplus next year with three billion available to spend on recurring programs but nearly two billion of that amount would only come if California is allowed to keep in place a tax on the companies that manage its Medicaid program the state needs permission from the federal government to do that and Democrat Phil Tang chairman of the assembly budget committee says lawmakers are assuming they won't get it that would leave a one billion dollar cushion for recurring programs when spending priority for Democrats next year is more money for mental health treatment for homeless people king says the state will be hard pressed to afford that without the extra two billion that is K. C. R. W.'s Terrel south been reporting the centers for disease control have reported another each Cole white out break out of the Salinas valley in central California this new outbreak is tied specifically to banks of fresh express sunflower crisp chopped salad kits eight cases have been reported in the Midwest with three hospitalizations no recall has been announced but the CDC recommends that you do not consume the cell packages if they have a best before date up to and including December seventh twenty nineteen the strain of E. coli is different from the one that involved romaine lettuce and sent at least fifty people to the hospital around thanksgiving CDC and other public health and regulatory officials are investigating this outbreak cheap Michael Moore and the LAPD have shown off the department's newest non legal device it's called the bowl of rap one hundred and it fires a kevlar cord that wraps around a suspect like a lasso more stood still as an officer fired the device at him wrapping up the chief legs immobilizing him more said the bolo rap is designed to give officers an opportunity to restrain suspects from up to twenty five feet away without having to use a taser Oregon we see.
"seven billion dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Point seven billion dollars in new money last quarter lifting assets of the wealth management unit to a record bloomers manage cranny sat down with CEO Sergio Ahmadi in Zurich discussed market conditions restructuring charges that the investment bank and the importance of their Asian business you've delivered over a billion dollars and after the double profit last time we spoke you said minus I had a tough quarter how would you sum up this one what is what was in really better than than that so it is still very challenging market conditions but I'm glad that we we were able to tune to frozen bring a solid performance in into this difficult context in terms of the investment bank profits number fifty nine percent nines a restructuring what does that mean what's it look like look at market conditions in the last few quarters of being very challenging and for sure they are not the market conditions are also figuring our business me sing and strategic charges we are much more skewed towards Europe and Asia then we are into the U. S. in our A. B. businesses and and this is still a business where you know the U. S. is dominating and both in terms of common there in terms of business activity and client sentiment is a little bit better than outside the US you gonna take a hundred million of its charge a hundred dollars a charge will cost savings would you can't turn on is it gonna be job losses I think that respects in the region of nineteen union year cost savings out of this charges so and most importantly it ended we it's going to give us an opportunity to refocus our activities for example in in in that in in the markets business we will that really focus on on on on our execution on our structure in our financing businesses leveraging old media technology investments we made in the last few years in in in banking will focus on on that if she were industries and and more on a global basis them now on a regional basis also there leveraging and the expertise we have it within the organization and when it made me do it five thousand three hundred people in that division at the half year mark so are they going to be significant job losses I don't think that there would be significant in the context of the numbers you mentioned but of course we need to and adopt the business to the current market conditions and and the new priorities you product of accidents has always has has been since he's got back on the on the right his name is he's got off on FX where's the product accidents going to focus in this restructure this is the law on execution on we are still a leader in equities where's the leader in in a fax of course we are on there on there invested or or under represented in in in credit and rates and and we are so you know we sold so good developments on balances on in prime brokerage in the financing part of the business so we will continue to look at set those areas in terms of the markets business in terms of I wore a banking business is as I said before we we focus on a few as industries and.
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"Him I just wanted to follow up on the one that I asked you did you hear about it if you want you hear me watch the it's a whole hoax and you know who's playing tonight but like you and the fake news media media and I say at the United States can now impose tariffs on European goods because illegal sites is always a big win for the United States it wasn't a lot of wins this was a seven billion dollar win not banned but does the question Sir you're concerned that the president will impose those meaning subpoenas meaning an illegitimate presidency okay he's a penis all right Oh and didn't come out wrong a hearing now I did I apologize is is not what I was trying to say sopping up and I will edit if if that's how it came out I apologize so yeah there was all uh-huh blip in the audio and the heads the escape at it all right so anyway that that that was that exchange you know lots of embarrassing I want to go back and read what Sunda wrote chat having to do some quick research he did she wrote from the book. Ns Ozzy Architecture and American design close quote and she quotes here Gustaf am not going to be able to pronounce this word well skilled nor dense guild okay with Swedish Finn who for two months in eighteen ninety one at age twenty one did his arche archaeological work at Mesa Verde he published the results in eighteen ninety three and died two years later most of the collection he made at Mesa Verde was ultimately given to the Finnish National Museum in Helsinki and then closed and then she writes the chapter in this book asked the questions quote what prompted that gentleman to investigate the Mesa Verde Ruins in y were obsolete and broken objects excavated from so alien place of any that is the central question and and then she further writes Sorry that was somebody else but yeah but again archaeological practices this is why in this country we enacted microphone moving compared to move my mic stand and I have to read the chat room unfortunately what underwrote P. I t. w. h. the genus the Hashtag Peterson the White House we go feel free to use it I love it thank you Sandra but yes I earlier I was talking about the archaeological resources protection act in now some of that is to protect sites but other parts of it were also some what to stop hot hunting arche homebrew archaeologists aren't we'll we'll we'll say scholastically or academically trained who just wandering the woods and start digging up stuff and come across are burial sites and dig up stuff and take stuff right so yes pot hunters not as token potash but people that were I'm trying to find quote unquote valuables all right last clip that I wanNA play enclose this this complete uh-huh segment out Cliff sent to us a segment that that aired on CNN so if you haven't had enough mainstream unfortunately here is win or play something from mainstream but ever since again the Democrats decided that they're gonNA start a formal impeachment inquiry Republicans who still support the fool in the White House where out in full force and some of them still are but that I'm finding anyway that support is starting to fade though yes it is and this includes sadly some familiar faces to our show so in this clip Sent to us again from cliff this is Cherokee Nation Citizen Work Wayne Mullen recently appeared on CNN's primetime show with Chris Kumo and Dave we're probably going to want to interrupt this segment from time to time to add corrections and perspective Okay and we probably won't even need to play the whole clip with the whole clip is like ten minutes long but anyway just want to give you guys example of how republic some Republicans say have been trying to defend this idiots actions republican congressman from Oklahoma Mark Wayne Mullen good to have you on Primetime Hey Chris thanks for having me all right so to summarize what I'm sure you already know congressman but we had this former special envoy Kurt Volker come out today and basically express according to the reports that there were a number of people involved with the diplomatic efforts and Ukraine concerned about what the president had done in that phone call and taking steps to try to tamp it down because they thought it was wrong are you at all responsive to that no I read the transcript I there's nothing inside the transcript that's that was wrong he simply said hey there's some people he didn't say Hunter Biden but he said Biden son there's nothing in the transcript which I would encourage everybody to read us it'll take you less than five minutes to read there's nothing in there that's wrong it was a conversation between two leaders and there's nothing impeachable there's no high crime there's no misdemeanor just hey let's get to the bottom of this and by the way would okay it was a staff person writing basically note and they release that and but most of the time it is somebody who has to listen to audio stop it literally type it out sometimes it's difficult because you know a lot of times there's background noise and everything else but usually it is a word for word depiction in several pages long depending on the length of in this case a phone mm call or if it's a meeting or something to that effect what was released from the White House is not a transcript cannot emphasize that enough go into these investigations the idea that the prosecutor wasn't allowed to do his job as you know is a flawed premise he was actually removed for not doing Tom.
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"To strike in the future and they pay a price for the strike that they've already lost against this in the past and so I think the next few days are going to be critical look it can't go on very long if we highlighted you've got it that's that's the situation and make a quick response otherwise you kind of lose the effect all right guys will wait and see what happens I would not expect the Iranians to get away Scot free here this time that's my prediction quick break we'll come back we'll have more in our two top stories including the and just how divided as a country we are and your calls coming up straight ahead. continued overnight with no significant movement as the strike against General Motors continues current K. for report union says GM is putting profits ahead of its people many of whom whether the company struggles in two thousand eight and two thousand nine bankruptcy and a government bailout GM says it has made an offer that would boost worker pay and make a seven billion dollar investment in preserving thousands of Johnson and trump began his west coast swing overnight in New Mexico Mr trump hit on a familiar campaign theme and told the crowd that pulling the U. S. out of the Iran nuclear deal was the right move protect America's security I withdrew the United States from the horrible one sided ran nuclear deal was no good. the toughest adversary. on the Arabian region watch how that works out folks can.
"seven billion dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The offer now shimmer has to decide between the new offer and has fled to acquire a company called preventative to become a global data power house and issue Amer decides to try to resist the offer he may have some powerful allies some officials in the UK and U. S. are skeptical at the prospect of Chinese links to the world's biggest venue for handling interest rate swaps in Hong Kong I mean by men Bloomberg daybreak Asia but those he only will be along in a second with more on all of this and Bloomberg LP the parent of Bloomberg radio compatriots her affinity of to provide financial news dasa and information wishes of article falling slightly in the after hours session C. R. Moscow taking a leave of absence for health reasons Bloomberg's Tom guile says it caught some of god even though they had been talk about health issues previously. they had announced up until now there was a question mark about whether they wouldn't whether he was getting well or not so it was took us a little bit by surprise the timing in particular articles are reporting slightly lower than expected adjusted revenue came a possible strike is looming at General Motors we get more from Bloomberg Denise Pellegrini union leaders from factories across the country will be flying into Detroit this weekend to either agree on a proposal labor contract or strike and Harley shaken professor of labor relations at UC Berkeley says the U. A. W. feels management has catching up to do you've got a lot of workers who gave major concessions when GM went bankrupt in the industry virtually collapsed a decade or so ago US consumers bought record numbers of new vehicles in recent years and GM has posted some of its best ever profits to match the spelling could you Bloomberg daybreak Asia well if anyone dousing the negative impact of the Hong Kong protests on the economy there is no ignoring this one Cathay Pacific reporting its biggest drop in passenger services in more than a decade Bloomberg's for shots the llamas has more the flag carrier and it's Kathy dragon unit carried only two point nine million passengers in August that's down eleven percent from a year ago and is the biggest drop since the financial crisis also inbound traffic to Hong Kong for the mainland was even hard to hit the carrier has been firing stuff and threatening to terminate more for supporting Hong Kong protest is and the allied CEO and chairman recently announced resignations amid the continued turmoil cats they says demand for premium cause trouble fell even more than a leisure travel and the Allen says it is making some short term adjustments to capacity in Hong Kong number showed Selama limit daybreak Asia the trump administration will be allowed to enforce and you roll designed to sharply limit who can apply for asylum S. U. S. Mexico border that Chris there is covering all the global news from the New York news roundup Julie at the Supreme. court has ruled the administration can apply this policy while a legal challenge goes forward people crossing the U. S. southern border will not be able to seek asylum unless they previously applied for protection from one of the country's they pass through the trump administration is considering a ban on non tobacco flavored vaping products given the big jump in under age usage today health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar said five million school age children have Veit that's up from three point six million back in twenty eighteen eighties are called it an alarming trend Michael Bloomberg the founder and majority owner of Bloomberg news parent Bloomberg LP is campaigned in giving money in support of a ban on flavored ease cigarettes and tobacco the transportation security administration may need to do more to lead Americans know they need new documents to board flights beginning October twenty twenty at a committee hearing today in Washington Republican senator Roger wicker of Mississippi said citizens are going to be outraged just about a year from now if they suddenly can't board a plane the new licensing standards include imprinting digital photos on ID's and ensuring full legal names addresses and citizenship verified thirties in Indonesia shut most schools in parts of the country's Sumatra island to protect children from a thick noxious haze it's the result of thirty six hundred fires on Sumatra and Borneo islands and T. Boone Pickens has died he was a once Texas oil wildcatter then a corporate raider and eventually a billionaire energy investor T. Boone Pickens was ninety one global news twenty four hours a day on air and the tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries signed a christening Juliet to you thank you Doug well as we heard London Stock Exchange is weighing an unsolicited thirty seven billion dollar bid from Hong Kong exchanges clearing that challenges current plans to buy the doctor provide it riff initiative which joined in Hong. Kong by bluebirds Hong Kong bureau chief you on late fee on this kind of took everyone by surprise when it broke yesterday afternoon and we're hearing that touch Charles Lee the CEO of the Hong Kong exchange kind of just put this on a bit of a surprise visit to the Elysee why do you think Hong Kong exchanges is doing this. right Julie and I think Chelsea not to surprise and I see that a lot of people in the market yesterday the reason I thing from Chelsea they want to do it he described it as a five reaching an ambitious goal if you look at well H. K. X. has been doing is really making a lot of connections the Shanghai and Shenzhen I think with this deal in his words you want to connect the east and the west he I think this idea is really to form a global Gyan exchange powerhouse and that makes a home phone X. K. X. and I see can be a challenger to like the USA changes for example intestinal tract and listing and fundraising I'm hard of it is that Hong Kong exchanges once LSE to scrap these twenty seven billion dollar refinish eve deal why is that so important. it's a lot of money he was the kind of offensive and if you look from a perspective of what and as he would be down full with every finish to Dale is really going to be a powerful data provides I was financial data news but a combination of a Shea yeah X. would be going for the exchange powerhouse so that we're talking about two different paths so I think that's why it she says as he should make a choice which path they want to go down. and how likely do you think it is likely to six say that Hong Kong exchanges will get what they want and that is to tie up with the L. S. E. I honestly it's too early to tell Juliet if you think about political hotels and I have to regulate tree hurdles to have to go through it's really a you could tell we also want to see what the market how what can react to that on the news today with Hong Kong opens in about an hour yeah because of because this happened after the bell how does it fit into the broader consolidation that we've seen from exchanges previously. but this is definitely a major one a surprise when I mean that the one you seen before more like a regional from it HA yeah X. is more like they they took the L. and you deal back in twenty twelve is a smaller deal so what is a signal for bigger deals when not show because this is a very special case and I think about this these would talk about two of the world's biggest exchanges you don't see the log on so I think it's it's hard to tell if they think that be any implication in terms of what's happening with breaks it in terms of how the LSA could be viewing this as well. we talked to some analysts with bricks thing one angle is really to sterling because if you think about M. A. is really about the price tag and with the kind of uncertainty on the currency so my thing okay might be this is a good chance to disseminate it from the commercial perspective the make is kind of a big deal out of that to deal in a way. Hong Kong bureau chief young lady thanks so much for giving us up to date and a reminder that Bloomberg LP the parent of Bloomberg news and Bloomberg intelligence competes with profanity of Anne Thompson voices to provide financial news dasha and information put your head here on daybreak Asia stay.
"seven billion dollar" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"The beach over and over again criminal justice where the temperature reform of the sand Barack approaches Obama the temperature had of the song control of the house summer has control come to the southern Senate California filibuster and Andrew proof and getting he was ready in the by White slavery House and on they couldn't bass get one criminal of these justice of sun reform screen done this president did it to protect so many African Americans who'd been put in jail at exorbitantly high if you really high sentence rates compared to other people been wrong by the criminal justice system there are all types of things he's done opportunities owns wages are increasing across this country for the first time in thirty years and they're increasing at a higher rate inside the inner cities where the opportunities all of this president put out I had been established eight percent higher in fact so all of these things are working for a better America and quite frankly it's allowing all Americans the chance to succeed in a way they couldn't under the previous administration I think that such an important message Hogan we have so many successes I I I believe in any and you're agreeing with me that they have been under reported I mean that just you know what you started off talking about you know being from Iowa you know the sort of this deal with Japan has as a very important deal to something that we've been trying to work on open up their markets for beef and pork and the corn obviously in soybeans and all that and so it's extraordinary to seven billion dollar deal and that that should have been on the front page of of of certainly every newspaper in the Midwest because that's gonna be dramatic it in an improvement to the economy and I don't have any any doubt that the president's gonna continue to work and defend not only the American interests but also make sure the Chinese or do do what's right I mean you know if one of my frustrations in when I worked with again yeah with the Chinese was on this Sentinel issue and you know we're seeing it continue to pour in I know the president got an agreement previously in the back they backed off of that and and and that's disappointing but it doesn't mean going to give up and that was the thing I saw you know we have a front row seat to and I know you see every day Hogan and that is a president that isn't distracted like the media wants you to believe he isn't distracted he hold his cabinet secretaries to a very high standard and expect them to perform and get this agenda done and a president that made promises in twenty sixteen and is delivering on those promises really extraordinary how much she's accomplished in in the last three years all right in a you you hit on something there it's only in Washington DC would it be surprising or an anomaly that someone who runs for office on a particular platform gets elected because people want that platform then the politician gets in office and actually implements the platform that's what cultural did everyone surprised by this is so amazing he moves at the speed of Ciampi said the businessman mentality another way I knew when I mention the word corn you being from Iowa easy you have a lot to say needed perky up a little bit that's a big deal you know I've I've I've I've I've talked to several elected when I was back last week in and certainly they're paying very close attention to not only the trade negotiations with China but but opening markets for our at our agricultural products including corn I think that's that's so important for what you know what's good for the Midwest and really what's good for America.
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"I only got a couple more than i'll let you going when i look at so two things happen when i look at you and your business from the outside number one it seems like potentially lead the most stressful company to run in the world because not only you just running a massive seven billion dollar company now but there's legal issues with the fighters people get hurt last minute drop out that guy's throwing <hes> barriers through bus windows madness. How do you do not stress because the other thing that i see said there's two things one is that the other is that you seem to absolutely love what you do love your life. You don't seem i'm overly stressed. How do you balance that to shut it off. Do you turn your phone off at like nine p._m. And you don't like what you're like. I don't ever shut my phone but i think the reality is is that i love it so much. I can't imagine not doing it. I think i would would be a miserable human being if i wasn't doing it so i don't know how to answer that question. You know it just so happens. There's madness this guy's out so if you ask these guys around me all the time yeah. I actually like chaos yeah. You must create my own personal. You know what i mean. I think i i i've become addicted to it. Yeah and i love it. I actually love it. If you look at all the things that you just said now i'm getting into boxing thing yeah. I need my fucking head vicks and you see anytime. I've ever run into you anything you are. I mean i'll be honest. These guys asked me the other day. Who one person that is very nice kind but doesn't need to be meaning like someone who's been very successful but it's still nice to everyone i said you because every time i've ever run into you don't act like any one of those right and when i just what type of shit you deal with this stuff going on today. You shouldn't agree. You should never become that person. Yeah no no matter how much fucking money you make or any of that and one of the things that i always do and and very much that way with my kids too is we. We don't ever talk about the money. It's never life is never about money. If it's about money you already fucked up yeah. You already blew it. It's all about the money you miss the whole picture on what it's supposed to be about you know if you work hard and you love what you do and and everything is perfect in your personal life. The money should fucking come along and it should be part of the gig right yeah. It doesn't always happen that we but the money i know people always say this pisses people off who don't have money. I saw the funniest fucking thing on on instagram the other day. It's like it's people that save money won't solve my problems bob. Money would literally solve problems eye problems. It's not fucking true true. It's not true. It's i'm telling you if you think you have problems now. Sprinkle a fuck and few million dollars on top of it and i promise you the problems will fucking grow beyond the leaf. It can never be about the money you you need to be a happy fucking person in your life or you're never going to be happy with money. Okay another thing. That's always like it's funny to you. Meet these people that are like if i had money i'd fuck and be in great shape. I'd get a fucking trainer and a chef and everything else. No you won't ya gonna fuck and eat worse than you eat now and you're gonna get crazy and food. Money will not make you skinny..
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"Looking at the actions taken here that this was someone who needed to be off the streets it is also clear that he had a very lengthy criminal record going back in time seven sixty talk every stop look it up on the other side the people who are trying to stop the thirtieth street bike when I came across this article here from NPR and it says that these environmental groups have complained to Sacramento so one of the arguments of these businesses are going to make is that you didn't fulfill their sequel other environmental review process properly which is an annoying strategy that everyone uses all the time to stop everybody development ever but that's what they want to try to do but it's not gonna work because in two thousand thirteen after environmentalist groups have complained that we want to put this bike lanes everywhere but people challenge it and you seek want to stop the bike lanes took sacramental passed a law to amend Sykora SP seven forty three I got the tax rate here to to to to sorry twenty W. okay we got the bill should provide that a static and parking in packs of building bike lanes shall not be considered significant impacts on the environment so you cannot consider the a fax that that despite great will have on parking towards the environmental review process so something that was being used to stop the bike lanes the the stages that not enough can't do that anymore it's gone so there's no way these business people to try to stop that it is common sense isn't isn't going to be is not gonna be implemented at all we talked about this but yes in passing we recorded Thomas soul who said the very common this of common sense makes it unlikely to have any appeal to the United how can they be what the elites how can they be wiser and nobler than everyone else while agreeing while agreeing with everyone else right so Indy is either by coalition guys he's one of the anointed he's one of our bettors he's not going to have any common sense because he's better than you thanks but it's common sense that we should have roads views for cars but he he and he and they like to think of themselves as uncommon uncommon right we're very aware about all this this is the same that we kicked off the show with us talking about prison they want to build a new prison up in LA because the current prison dot ninety sixty three it's one of the oldest jails in California so genuine people say wow Jeez we should we should all new jail and mail bigger make conditions a little better for prisoners and an awesome and the jail reform people came and said no we don't want you to build a new jail I think we'll hold on if you're if you want prison reform would you want a more gel and because if you say they're in humane conditions in the current jail because it's old when you want to build a brand spanking new dealt a lot nicer for everyone they don't want that they want the current jail to exist and to be terrible so that they can argue I advocate for closing it down completely didn't want to replace it with a better jail they want to shut down totally these guys are for prison abolition not prison reform prison abolition getting rid of prisons so but I like to the county agreed with seven one point seven billion dollar jail they voted against it to go where they care first jail last approach care first jail last we talked all about doesn't just already cases involving and and the press of mine said how you could have you could view the world that way but the to bring about this it's it's not common sense and they're better than you so then I kind of common sense they're gonna common sense of Jesus guy committed a violent crime he should be in jail away from law abiding people so he doesn't victimize more people that's common sense they don't have that because they're better than you they have to have in common sense which is zero all the presents I'm not so they're done you're the bikes they are the most common sense is we should we should allow this put bikes where people are wanting to use bikes put it where there's a demand that's a good middle road concept right I said they're saying that I was gonna put it wherever that we're gonna put pipes so put pipes I was but by Clinton when we're done with that well if you don't need bikes there I don't know if that's a great idea we we know better how frustrating okay I never bikes but for now one is seven sixty K. very please listen to the same we did at twelve you can go to a podcast about the prisons the perfect example of how progressives view criminals as as the criminals of the victims they're victims of society for example that seven sixty KFMB dot com just about what we have coming up in advance of a French couple is facing prison time for taking standoff in Italian beach the story now I'm intrigued when a seven sixty KFMB myself just by the way AM seven sixty KFMB hi I'm Raymond and vice president of optimal tax relief if you're in debt to the IRS there's a lot you need to 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