35 Burst results for "Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars"

Lollapalooza promoter to pay Chicago Park District $750K for canceled festival

Roe Conn

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Lollapalooza promoter to pay Chicago Park District $750K for canceled festival

"There's a glimmer of good news for Chicago when it comes to Lollapalooza WGN steeper Tran has nothing compared to the economic impact the city would have retired the festival being held but festival promoters will pay the Chicago park district at least something for the canceled fast the contract requires promoters C. three to pay seven hundred fifty thousand dollars if the festival is canceled because of a force majeure and a pandemic is one of those Stieber trend WGN

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One of four Minneapolis police charged over Floyd's death posts bail

War Room

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

One of four Minneapolis police charged over Floyd's death posts bail

"What a police officer charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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Officer involved in George Floyd death leaves jail after posting bond

Orlando's Evening News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Officer involved in George Floyd death leaves jail after posting bond

"That one of the three cops or former cops accused of aiding and abetting murder in the George Floyd killing is now free on bond Thomas lane had been detained for a week posted a seven hundred fifty thousand dollar bond this evening walking out of the county jail that according to Minneapolis Star Tribune Mr lane and two other former Minneapolis police officers have been charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder in the death of Floyd who was killed by former officer Derek schaffen kneeling on Floyd's knack for almost

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George Floyd honored at Minneapolis memorial service

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:23 min | 4 months ago

George Floyd honored at Minneapolis memorial service

"In Minneapolis Friends family community leaders civil rights leaders from our across the country gathered to mourn George Floyd Sarah Cider is out front. He. The Gray. At the memorial in Minneapolis. George flights family took time to mourn this amazing to me that he touched so many people hearts. You because he'd been touching our hearts, you know everybody won't justice. We Want Justice George. He's going to get it. He's GonNa get it. Historic national demonstrations in Floyd's name are now well into their tenth day. What happened to Freud happens adequate bay in this country and then every. Of American life is time for us to stand up in charges, name and Saket show me off. ow Next Knicks less than a mile from the family memorial National Guard troops stood watch three former police officers charged with aiding and abetting and Floyd's death made their first court appearance, all three granted one million dollar bail, or seven hundred fifty thousand dollars with conditions of potential key witness, the passenger and Floyd car. That fatal afternoon says. His friend did not resist arrest telling the new. York Times Floyd was from the beginning, trying in his humblest formed show, he was not resisting. I could hear him pleading. Please officer. What's it all four? Minneapolis police have released two hundred thirty. Thirty five pages of highly redacted personnel records for the four officers involved in Floyd's arrest, they show Derek Shaaban the officer now charged with second degree murder had at least seventeen previous misconduct complaints with the department. He was given a notice of suspension, and was also reprimanded for removing a woman from her car. In Two thousand seven Alexander Kyung had been an officer less than six months at the time of Floyd's death prior to joining law enforcement enforcement, the four men held a variety of jobs including working at McDonald's target. Home Depot and service in the United. States army. They now face between ten and forty years in prison. If convicted and Floyd's killing psalms, one is seven. The. Lord is my light and my salvation following the memorial service Reverend Jesse. Jackson paid a visit to the site. We're floyd died

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Zach Burks: Adoption On The Way Through Non-Fungible Tokens

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

11:26 min | 7 months ago

Zach Burks: Adoption On The Way Through Non-Fungible Tokens

"ZAC. Books is the founder of mine table up with me today from Singapore might thank you so much being on the show. Amen Thank you. I appreciate it. I worry as we look those starving first of all your background because I know that this isn't the first thing that you've involved in the spice. When did you get in and if you could take a walk through as to what it is Brought you to this point. Yes so sorry on the nights of read that wrong of putting in the mental mental. Like you could amid stuff so it. `Bout about my background. I've been in Crypto since two thousand twelve got into Bitcoin at about five bucks. It was quite a while ago. Actually think back on it. I can't believe how long it's been And then I got. I got into software development and started working as a contract developer on Syria. Back in late. Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen And make a long story short. Basically did that for a bit and I saw This Erc seven twenty one standard. Come out and this came out along after the first. Nf she did the scene and the first NAFTA was this thing called crypto and I remember seeing these crypto punks and thinking about like. Oh that's cool. It's like a little Avatar and there were limited. There's about five hundred or some small now and you can go through pick whichever one you wanted and then claim them and about a week short and Like I found a week after it came out so there were none left that I liked that. I wanted to claim so I never thought that was the first example of a non fungible token on the botching and when I found that it piqued my interest. A little bit still fairly new. We didn't call. Non fungible tokens at that point. It was just kind of this. Avatar project Then this game came out called Crypto kitties and. I'm sure a lot of people familiar when it gets enough. Keys and Crypto kitties and funny funny enough story. I was Actually the first person to make money on Crypto kitties because at the Hackett on a day war but they came out. The idea was kind of like earth out of Day were live streaming and I was washing California and they said hey could game go to like Beta dot dot com or whatever and So I'm sitting home and I'm being a while a game on. We've never seen this before. I WanNa play SAR win. Sort OF PLAYING THE GAME. And there's only like twenty other people because you know. It was at a hacker on everyone's busy accurate and work in their own project. I was just seeing their home. Spamming the spamming over and over in Taiwan and I went to the prizes and Benny the founder. I was trying to claim my eat surprise. Who was like? Oh Man. I'm so happy Wendish. Were you out in the heck. Come down to the booth by the balloons and we'll chat. I'll shake your hand and I am in California right now and He he wasn't too excited about that because this is in Canada's or their Akhavan was and that was how he's GonNa hit the scene and that's how I really got up close and personal in a teasing from that point forward All my focus was on. Nf T- From Development to research to the ecosystem I have a paper published with the I. Tripoli on using our contracts blockchain teased out Within a supply chain for food traceability and and so since Krypton kitties really been focused our MP's and came up with the idea for miserable because that's all there was a lot of problems with impedes Mainly like you know managing those entities for example. You know if you go to your wallet with your ears. He Twenty Tokens. It's very simple for you to transfer them rides. It's made for that but The Wall it's you know at the time warp made for an keyser's only like one wall at the at collectibles on their We made a manager which leads any wall interact with their NFC's and work on most the NFC is out there as long as they're not like to custom Just like ears twenty two and that was the start of of something groups a little bit of background. So you've been around I mean that's that's remarkable blind. Bitcoin BECCA five dollars. We'll donahue you bought a bunch beheld. Yeah well unfortunately of course you know back when it was five dollars. No-one held it. We bought it to to spend it. Yes I spent a lot apply spent about About one hundred. Fifty Bitcoin Buying things that I probably shouldn't have and looking back on that now thinking somewhere around three four seven million dollars about seven hundred fifty thousand dollars And slapped my head thinking wow. I can't believe I've spent that much twenty on the stupid things I've thought but I kept a bit and it's a it's been good. I've been able to live and work on my own projects. I haven't had a job for quite a few years now and So it's been next. Well well done so. Let's back into that and if you will because I'm hearing a lot more about it than an inmate. I mean I think there was the travis and JAL from the bag. Crypt type PODCAST. We're also talking about that recently and suggesting that it was going to be somewhat of a breakthrough and a real sort of rubber hitting the road for twenty twenty. Being non fungible Tokens It seems to be getting a lot of momentum from a lot of people respect. So can you tell me why? So many people talking about non fungible tokens in. And why it's going to be something that's used and something. That trump is going to benefit table and the spice and who will benefit from out so our question. But what is the tree breakthrough here using Non fungible titans. What is it that we're looking at? Yeah and you know back podcast. A great example. I was actually just on a call with Joel yesterday. talk with him about his. Nfc's and seeing how we can help them out and the thing is is this why. It's got the potential to be such a breakthrough adoption building kind of token devices because their use cases for inept. Keys are so massive. It can go from something like a ticket or proof of listening to your podcast. You know for example in this podcast you can say hey go to this. Lincoln claim I N T and if you have you know ten of those in a tease from ten different podcast. I'll give you a free a free class or free less than or access to my course an fifty and accusing him. They'll give you free access to the conference so speaking out or whatnot and so that's just one example of how you take something and it can be modified and changed to fit almost any use case from games to attendance to financial markets Inept he is can be used to be able to take real estate We've seen real estate be used quite a bit within a piece where You know you take. A House is represented in shares in the. House are keys because you gotta you gotTa remember without the difference between the NFC. In years she twenty is that in your she twenty. I can send you have. I can send you a quarter. I can do zero point two size of of any token but with an years. Seven twenty one an nf. Chea- it's non hundred meaning one of the things that can't be divided right so if you think of a trading card like Pokemon or baseball card. I can't give you half of that car. I can't rip it in half and give you half that right if you're thinking of a Cat. I can't give you half of my cat. I can only give you my cat right and this is really cool off of your capital. Absolutely I guess yeah. I would be a very good cat owner. So the thing is is is. This gives us this new kind of functionality where you can take something like shares in a company and you can create you know whether it be financial shares for an actual company or whether it's shares in real estate or whether you do something like say token izing your files and this is what we're working on right now is to allow people to create a file and then have represented on the blockchain. And the reason we do this because you create a cycle of continuous engagement for something that used to be like one time and so we go back to the example of your podcasts by giving. Nfc Insane if you collect Tennessee's Will give you a coupon or we'll give you a discount your free. Something Is Is incentivizing engagement. Where normally it's very hard to get engaged for listeners? Podcasts or for say celine some thoughts or graphic design work Normally people by listen to purchase it and they never go back they never interact with the seller. The podcast stir anyb- but by having enough teas you get dying gauge and this increases the the seller or the podcast persons customer engagement rate and this also increases their revenue increases their profits and ashes one example. It's it's literally endless of the use cases for NFPA's I think one of the most interesting would be you know something like identity or food traceability right so an NF key could also be passed. Or now I don't know if you should necessarily your passport on the blockchain because the public and everyone would be able to see your passport if there was a way to include privacy into this. Nafta then it could be used from like a government agency to issue some sort of identity documentation or could be used to issue a permit saying that you are able to do something or the D. to your house or your driver's license and all of these use cases are really fast. That's why died crypto Joel and Travis. They think the two thousand twenty is going to be the year of the tea and you know we. That's not necessarily new right. Twenty nineteen first of the year of teas. And that's something that mental is working on is. We're we're trying to find these problems that we see in. Why enough keys having gained mass adoption yet? Now we're trying to address. These problems raped. One of the things is Kinda complicated. People think non fungible and make. I'm never I never heard that word until you know until I found the nonfederal tokens and then I had to learn about what that is. Oh a dollar it's fungible You know a a beer bottle. That's not fungible And so that's you know some part of it but the other part of it is the complications of if if you're trying to do a video game item and you're targeting video game players these people they don't. They don't have crypto wallets. They don't WanNA learn about blockchain they don't WanNa know about immutability and how transaction worse they just they just want their scan. It just went. They're done you know they just all whenever I and these are some of the problems that were for example when our when our marketplace Abou- everything will be able to be done with a credit card. If you've never had big corner a theorem and you don't have a wall. It won't

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Ex-financier gets 9 months in college admissions scandal

WBBM Afternoon News Update

01:22 min | 8 months ago

Ex-financier gets 9 months in college admissions scandal

"Today a federal judge in Boston headed down the toughest sentence yet in the college admissions scandal as Carter Evans reports prosecutors say one parents actions really stood out among all of those charged overall the parents swept up in the college admissions scandal prosecutors say Douglas talked was is specially active for nearly a decade they say he paid Rick singer masterminded the fraud eight hundred fifty thousand dollars to get four of his children indeed Georgetown in U. S. C. as phony athletic recruit and he was wiretapped allegedly trying to get a fifth child into school the retired chief executive of investment giant him co begged the judge for leniency admitting he illegally tip the scales in favor of my children over others and expressed his deepest insincere S. regret but judge Nathaniel Gorton called Hodges conduct of Polly and mind boggling he sentenced Todd said nine months in prison find him seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and ordered five hundred hours of community service that same judge will oversee the case of Lori Loughlin who's charged with even more crimes should Lori Loughlin be concerned of course I'm guarantee she's freaking out today because she's she's concerned that what happened to hajj is going to happen to her today

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Judge hands down harshest sentence in college admissions scandal

The Al Malmberg Show

00:21 sec | 8 months ago

Judge hands down harshest sentence in college admissions scandal

"The harshest sentence yet in the college admissions scandal just handed down Douglas Hodge you paid bribes to get four of his kids into top schools has been sentenced to nine months in prison and as the PS seven hundred fifty thousand dollar fine prosecutors asked for a two year sentence given how long he was involved and how much money he spent in the scheme nearly a million

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Pimco ex-CEO sentenced to prison in U.S. college admissions scam: prosecutor

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Pimco ex-CEO sentenced to prison in U.S. college admissions scam: prosecutor

"The former CEO of a major investment company has been sentenced to nine months in prison in the college admissions bribery scandal Douglas Hodge will also have to pay a seven hundred fifty thousand dollar fine and perform five hundred hours of community service prosecutors said hajj paid eight hundred fifty thousand in bribes to get four of his kids into

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Ex-Pimco CEO sentenced in college cheating scandal

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Ex-Pimco CEO sentenced in college cheating scandal

"The longest sentence yes in the college admissions cheating scandal handed down today to a man from Orange County he's the former CEO of pimco Douglas Hodge from Laguna beach now a convicted felon sentenced to nine months in prison he admitted his crime paying eight hundred fifty thousand dollars to get his kids into colleges including U. S. C. in addition to the prison time Hodges been ordered to pay a fine of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars you also have to do some community service and when he gets out beyond supervised release in a statement hajj expressed his deepest and sincerest

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College cheating scandal: Pimco tycoon jailed for 'chutzpah'

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

College cheating scandal: Pimco tycoon jailed for 'chutzpah'

"Eight the former C. E. O. of a Newport beach Newport beach based pimco investments has just been sentenced to nine months in prison just getting this news this is for his role in the college admissions cheating scandal from federal prosecutors saying that Douglas Hodge paid eight hundred fifty thousand dollars to get his kids into college a U. S. C. one of the colleges mentioned he did plead guilty in the case but got the longest sentence handed down so far in addition to the prison time he also has to pay seven hundred fifty thousand dollar fine do community service and once he's out of prison undergo

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TI's Wife 'Tiny' Has $750,000 Worth Of Jewelry Stolen From Her Lamborghini

Fred and Angi

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

TI's Wife 'Tiny' Has $750,000 Worth Of Jewelry Stolen From Her Lamborghini

"More than seven hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of jewelry was stolen from TI wife's tiny car Sunday night in Atlanta so tiny was having drinks with friends at a bar and she returned to her Lamborghini around nine forty five and noticed her bag was missing the stolen items included watches earrings and her wedding ring does this not sound fishy to you who is leaving like their wedding ring seven hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of jewelry boxes though sometimes like people like these celebrities to travel in your hotel room is a million dollars with the just what do you do like an insurance scam to me flag

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Northern California judge in warehouse party fire trial holds two jurors in contempt for discussing case outside court

Richard Eeds

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Northern California judge in warehouse party fire trial holds two jurors in contempt for discussing case outside court

"Secure is in northern California will re try the man accused in the deaths of thirty six people in an artist warehouse fire three of the original jurors were replaced by alternates ten days into deliberations the jury had to start all over again then that jury acquitted one of the defendants but was deadlocked on warehouse manager Derek Almena the judge declared a mistrial last month well this all began December second two thousand sixteen with a fire in the so called ghost ship warehouse where a group of artists lived where parties were thrown thirty six died in that fire now prosecutors in Alameda county say they will retry Elmina who remains jailed on seven hundred fifty thousand dollars bail a new trial is expected to begin in

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U.S. fines American Airlines, Delta for long tarmac delays

Ron St. Pierre

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. fines American Airlines, Delta for long tarmac delays

"Two of America's biggest airline's got wacked with big fines for leaving passengers and planes that were stuck on the airport. Tarmacs? Here's Jill NATO with more. American Airlines fined one million dollars delta find seven hundred fifty thousand dollars for keeping passengers stuck on the airport tarmac. The fines kick in when a domestic flight stays on the ground for more than three hours or four hours for international trips. The department of transportation says Americans getting fined for violating the tarmac delay rule. Thirteen. Eighteen times. Delta violated the rule eleven times. But the airlines won't have to pay the

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American, Delta fined for long airport tarmac delays

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

American, Delta fined for long airport tarmac delays

"American Airlines and Delta Airlines are getting big fines from the federal government for about a dozen instances where passengers were stuck on planes that spent over three hours on airport tarmacs, the department of transportation is finding American one million dollars in delta seven hundred fifty thousand dollars for violating rules prohibiting tarmac delays of more than three hours for domestic flights and four hours for international trips. Both airlines will be credited four hundred fifty thousand dollars for

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WWL

WWL

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WWL

"Paid for seven hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of real estate at sixty years old can. The twenty four year old version of you. That's listening still do this. Absolutely. You just you can't be buying new cars. The latest nudist greatest ipod or iphone on her. You know, you start getting and all that stuff. Man. You this still your money ways will eat out constantly started doing that? You can't do it. But if you save a little bit each each pay period, you can do it. And it's hard when you're young. I know that. When did you start saving? How old were you? Probably twenty six. What made you do that since you came from a family that didn't have money? What made you decide to start at twenty six years old? Well, we decided to start planning for retirement. And and I it was it was probably in my when I was thirty five forty. I don't know how long you've been doing. It seems like it was maybe forty when I we took your class and me, and my wife has tried to have a budget and we've used all over the years. And you know, we we just tried to stay out of debt and not pay interest on stuff. So you you went to financial peace twenty years ago. It seems like it was that far. Yeah. It could have been. I mean, we've been doing it twenty five years. So that's very possible. Yeah. It was it was that's about when it was. Yeah. Okay. All right, cool. And so really you're you're twenty years. The other side of your are fifteen years the other side of your debt free scream, and this is where we're sitting. So you're you're walking proof text for a sham. Pretty cool. Very interesting. All right. And so what was the biggest financial mistake you've ever made your life? Well, I think it's probably not saving as much I should have saved more. And I've I've never used any my my retirement money for anything. But retirement, I know a lot of my friends have been tempted to our they've gone in used it for something. They get in crunch. They use it. And did you say what the biggest mistake? Yes. Yes. Not not saving enough. I would say that's probably the biggest one. Save too much. Okay. Eating out. So theme here. Okay. I love it. Very cool. Well, Robert, thank you for calling in and sharing your millionaire story, we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's number one bestseller, everyday millionaires and a copy of the legacy journey for you to say, thank you Allen is with us in Chicago. Hey, Alan, what's your net worth five point five million. Dave. And by the way, this is great honour. Well, we're honored to have you, sir. That's a bunch. You did. Well, so give me a little break down on that. How much of that is in what kind of categories? Well, it's not counting our house, but the five point five million is comprised of role over IRA traditional IRA Roth IRAs a couple of as 4._0._1._K ATS, some Unibond Sohn's municipal, bonds and mutual funds. So all of that all the five point five is that. Okay. And then use your non-qualified and your homes paid for. Oh, it is. Of course. Okay. And what's that worth? Oh, I don't know between seven fifty and eight fifty. Okay. So that puts you like it realistically at about six six three me net worth right? Nah. Nah. That's probably about right? All right. And how old are you fifty nine? All right. You've done very well, brother. Good job. So much of the Scott. Dave. And I mean, I wish I was like you. So how much six million dollars so much much of this? Did you inherit nothing zero five point five million? Okay. I should say I inherited five thousand dollars my first year of college, and I inherited another one hundred thousand dollars after millionaire. I mean, so you're not a millionaire because you're not a millionaire because of inheritance so give me your household range of income top year and best moisture, oh, I started out at twenty four thousand four hundred. And I thought it might have been more meaningful for your your listeners might average salary for the first fifteen years was about seventy thousand dollars just the calculations and I was a millionaire by forty. Okay. So I thought it's significant because it shows you can build up while even though seventy thousand a year. Yeah. Is you got? Yeah. You got the first million out of the way. But what do you make nowadays? I make two hundred two fifty. Gotcha. Good for you. What do you do for a living? I'm a securities attorney. Okay. Excellent. So you got a law degree, obviously, I do and what was your GPA in law school? On law school. I you know, what I don't remember. It was about the top third of the class in law school and undergraduate was in business administration. And it was about three point three out of four upscale. Gotcha. Okay. And what part is giving play in your financial plan. My wife, and I are in the process of setting up a five a one c three organization for funding disadvantaged high school students to allow them to do Foreign.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You're paid for seven hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of real estate at sixty years old can. The twenty four year old version of you. That's listening still do this. Absolutely. You can't be buying new cars and the latest greatest ipod or iphone under you. You know, you start getting and all that stuff. Man. You just saw your money ways will pass out. My started doing that. He can't do it. But if you save a little bit each each pay period, you can do it. And it's hard when you're young. I know that. When did you start saving? How old were you? Probably twenty six. What made you do that since you came from a family that didn't have money? What made you decide to start at twenty six years old? Well, we decided to start planning for retirement. And and I it was it was probably in my when I was thirty five or forty. I don't know how long you been doing. It seems like it was maybe forty when we took your class and me, and my wife has tried to have a budget, and we've used all dollar over the years. And. We we have just tried to stay out of debt and not pay interest on stuff. So you you went to financial peace twenty years ago. It seems like it was that far. Could've been could've been. I mean, we've been doing it twenty five years. So that's very possible. Yeah. It was it was that's how about when it was. Yeah. Okay. All right, cool. And so really you're you're twenty years. The other side of your are fifteen years the outside of your debt free scream, and this is where we're sitting. So you're you're walking proof text for a sound pretty cool. Very interesting. All right. And so what was the biggest financial mistake you've ever made in your life? Well, I think it's probably not saving as much I should saved more. And I've I've never used any my my retirement money for anything. But retirement, I know a lot of my friends have been tempted to our they've gone and used it for something. They get in a crunch. They use it. And what did you say? What the biggest mistake? Yes. Yes. Not not saving enough. Yeah. Okay. I would say that's probably the biggest one. Too much. Okay. Eating out. So theme here. Okay. I love it. Very cool. Well, Robert, thank you for calling in and sharing your millionaire story, we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's number one bestseller, everyday millionaires and a copy of the legacy journey for you to say, thank you Allen is with us in Chicago. Hey, Alan, what's your net worth five point five million. And by the way, this is great honor. Well, we're honored to have you, sir. That's a bunch. You did. Well, so give me a little break down on that. How much of that is in what kind of categories? Well, it's not counting our house, but the five point five million is comprised of role over IRA traditional IRA Roth IRAs a couple of as 4._0._1._K ATS Unibond Sohn's municipal, bonds and mutual funds. So all of that all the five point five is that. Okay. And then use your non-qualified and your homes paid for. Don't wait. It's of course. Okay. And what's it worth? Oh, I don't know. Between seven fifty eight fifty. Okay. So that puts you like it realistically at about six six three me NetWorth, right? Nah. Nah. That's probably about right? All right. How old are you? Fifty nine. All right. You're done. Very well, brother. Good job so much of this. Dave. And I mean, I wish I was like you. So how much you're six million dollars so much much of this? Did you inherit nothing zero five point five million? Okay, should say I inherited five thousand dollars my first year of college, and I inherited another hundred thousand dollars after a millionaire. I mean, yeah. So you're not millionaire because you're not a millionaire because of inheritance so give me your household range of income top year in best year and moisture I started out at twenty four thousand four hundred and I thought it might have been more meaningful for your listeners might average salary for the first fifteen years was about seventy thousand dollars. I just the calculations and I was a millionaire by forty. Okay. So I thought it's significant because it shows you can build up blouse even though seventy thousand a year. Yeah. Got. Yeah. You got the first million out of the way. But what do you make nowadays? Two hundred two fifty dot you good for you. What do you do for a living? Securities attorney. Okay. Excellent. So you got a law degree, obviously, I do and what was your in-laws school on law school? I you know, what I don't remember. It was about the top third of the class law school and undergraduate was in business administration. And it was about a three point three out of four upscale. Okay. And what part does giving play in your financial plan. My wife, and I are in the process of setting up a five a one c three organization for funding disadvantaged high school students to allow them to do.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Seven hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of real estate at sixty years old can. The twenty four year old version of you. That's listening still do this. Absolutely. You just you can't be buying new cars. The latest mood is greatest Potter iphone on her. You know, you start getting all that stuff nine you still your money ways. We'll pass it eat out constantly you start doing that. You can't do it. But if you say a little bit each each pay period, you can do it. And it's hard when you're young. I know that. When did you start saving? How old were you? Probably twenty six what made you do that since you came from a family that didn't have money. What made you decide to start at twenty six years old? Well, we just had to start planning for retirement. And and I you know, we it was it was probably my third when I was thirty five forty. I don't know how long you've been doing. It seems like maybe forty when I we took your class and me, and my wife has tried to have a budget, and we've used all over the years, and you know, we we have just tried to stay out of debt and not pay interest on stuff. So you you went to financial peace twenty years ago. It seems like it was that far what could've been could've been. I mean, we've been doing it twenty five years. So that's very possible. Then. Yeah. It was it was that's about when it was. Yeah. Okay. All right, cool. And so really you're you're twenty years. The other side of your are fifteen years out of your debt free scream, and this is where we're sitting. So you're walking proof text for sham. Pretty cool. Very interesting. All right. And so what was the biggest financial mistake you've ever made in your life? Well, I think it's probably not saving as my. I should've saved more. And I've I've never used any my my retirement money for anything. But retirement, I know a lot of my friends have been tempted to our they've gone in used it for something. They get in a crunch and they use it. And did you say what the biggest mistake? Yes. Yes. Not not saving enough now. I would say that's probably the biggest one say. Much. Okay. Eating out. So theme here. Okay. I love it. Very cool. Well, Robert, thank you for calling in and sharing your millionaire story, we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's number one bestseller, everyday millionaires and a copy of the legacy journey for you to say, thank you Allan is with us in Chicago. Hey, Alan, what's your net worth. Five point five million day. And by the way, this is great honour. Well, we're honored a heavy, sir. That's a bunch. You did. Well, so give me a little break down on that. How much of that is in what kind of categories? Well, it's not counting our house, but the five twenty five million is comprised of role over IRA traditional IRA Roth IRAs a couple of the as four one K ATS some union funds municipal bonds and usual funds. So all of that all the five point five is that. Okay. And the news your non-qualified in your homes paid for. Oh, it is. Of course. Okay. And what's it worth? I don't know between seven fifty eight fifty. Okay. So that puts you like it realistically at about six six three me NetWorth right net. Nah. I that's probably about right? All right. How old are you fifty nine? All right. You've done very well, brother. Good job so much of this. Dave. And I mean, I wish I was like you so much six million dollars so much the much of this. Did you inherit? Nothing zero. Now, the five point five million. Okay. I should say I inherited five thousand dollars my first year of college, and I inherited another hundred thousand dollars after millionaire. I mean, yeah. So you're not you're not a millionaire because of inheritance. So give me your right household range of income top year in best year. And we're here. I started out at twenty four thousand four hundred..

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars after prosecutors in California accused the companies of selling products and oversized containers that misled people who thought they were getting more chocolate than they did. Prosecutors also say Ghirardelli offered one chocolate product containing less. Cocoa than advertised Matt piper. CBS news, not all. Starbucks fans. Are Howard Schultz fans many been asking for a shot of politics with their Pacino's since the company's former CEO announced his interest in running for president. The Huffington Post says a weekly memo instructs baristas to let customers now they respect everyone's opinion. But their goal is to create a warm and welcoming space where people can gather as a community over great coffee fractured further. The party line is Howard future plans are up to him. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news. Four zero five at the bay area's news station. KCBS scattered showers this morning, cloudy skies this afternoon and tomorrow more rain tomorrow night into Saturday morning. I'm John Evans. A federal judge in San Francisco will wait to see PG knees. New wildfire mitigation plan next week before he orders any new rules for PG KCBS has Doug sovereign said the judge chastise the company for violating its criminal probation. Judge William also berated the utility throughout the contentious probation hearing. Instead of better submit a viable effective plan to prevent more wildfires by next Wednesday. He said PG simply can't keep causing fires and killing people among his options appoint a receiver to take charge of the company. So just Mark Tony head of the utility reform network. A receiver will be accountable to the.

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Ghirardelli Russell Stover, Jim Ryan ABC And Tim Cook discussed on The Opening Bell

The Opening Bell

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Ghirardelli Russell Stover, Jim Ryan ABC And Tim Cook discussed on The Opening Bell

"Sales of. I phones CEO Tim cook promises. A string of new products and services this year. Chocolate manufacturers Ghirardelli Russell Stover have to pay seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and altered some packaging Petra California. Prosecutors accused the companies of selling certain products in oversized containers, misleading consumers to think they were purchasing more than they actually received. Jim Ryan ABC news.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Time eleven eleven. Rescuers suspended their search at sunset for a fifty two year old Elgin woman who disappeared yesterday while swimming in Lake Michigan. But the daily herald says they expect a return tomorrow in hopes of locating, Lena lemon. She disappeared off a Highland Park beach while she and nine other members of a cold water swimming club attempted to navigate what authorities described as dangerous conditions. Second member of the group Forty-six year old man died after being pulled from the water on responsive. Berlin man has been sentenced in absentia for drug dealing and dupage county twenty five year old Jose Morales was arrested by homeland security in September of two thousand fifteen for selling heroin. His bond was set at a million dollars over the objection to prosecutors Morales's bond was reduced to seven hundred fifty thousand dollars. He made Bill March of last year. Morales was able to free himself from his monitoring device. It was found on the side of the road near route Eighty-three at Roosevelt road in elmhurst. No one knows where he is. Keith johnson. Newsradio one zero five point nine FM. A in Indianapolis teacher who is shot by thirteen year old boy inside his classroom described on the court hearing today how he tackled and disarmed the students science teacher Jason semen is credited with holding the may twenty fifth shooting that also wounded the thirteen year old girl at Noblesville west middle school semen testified during the juvenile court hearing today for the boy seaman played defensive lineman for the football team. At sl. You from twenty seven to twenty ten Chicago police superintendent, Eddie Johnson has announced changes to his senior leadership. Team Francis valid as has been selected to fill the position of deputy chief St. deputy commander. Susan moss becomes executive officer of areas central Brian McDermott is the new eighth district commander Laurine begun takes over. As the sixteenth district.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The largest penalty ever assessed against a company connected to the financial crisis Royal Bank of Scotland will pay. Four point nine billion dollars to settle allegations that it took customers on a ride by. Misrepresenting the types of mortgages it sold during the housing bubble of. Two thousand eight the Justice department accused Arby s of understating. The risk and. Quality of tens of billions of dollars worth in mortgages a California based broker who got his start in Massachusetts has charged with improper trading practices which. Affected several dozen Baystate customers costing them hundreds of thousands of dollars secretary of state Bill Galvin on, the. Charges against Peter Cunningham and his employer stock cross financial services seven hundred fifty thousand. Dollars in commissions to the disadvantage of of his clients the. Guy had of personal daddy it also took garnishment of. His own way just going on so he's solution I promise. To Galvin wants a cease and desist and to revoke Cunningham's license that's doing. Business Jeff Brown WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty I'm Dennis ama- patient at the, not these, men's, clinic, in the last two years. I. Noticed that my libido has, been very low something. Was missing and I had look into different things vitamin supplements not not these. Men's clinic has changed my life I was, a little nervous when I went in I didn't know what to expect I just. Felt like I was going to leave there was some hope that day I. Don't know what it was some type of magic I kind of felt like a brand new person I feel better. Look better my skin looks bad heavy dean looks better my energy levels the fifty one years old and I feel like I'm thirty one I tell guys on, the construction site all the time I tell the Mike's payments from the northeast man's clinic and how, has changed my life if you're sick and tired of being sick and tired. Do what I did reach alad. The not these men's clinic helped me they can definitely help. You this is. Dale the director Of the northeast men's clinic call for your confidential appointment. Today six one seven, eight seven zero three three. Four three or northeast men's clinic dot com WBZ news time eight twenty eight and. Time is running out it's a final days of the double tax discount going on now at Bernie and Phil's coming. Up the. Death toll has grown now in the. Collapse of a highway bridge in Italy Josh with. The latest in the news at. Eight thirty following door systems at his translator for. The advertising compared IM larceny the. President and owner of the door systems garage door systems..

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"They say no. Now I'm, not A lot but I think Google right now is worth a bit more. Than. Seven hundred fifty thousand dollars okay can I tell? You one mistake that we. Had this is a while back I, had an assistant to be unnamed and this was when. All those phone scams were happening and so like it was like trying. To. Switch from carrier to carry okay and and so they would get you. To say yes to three things and then they, would take, those clips and say oh yes, they meant to switch from. Say eighteen to To say t mobile or sprint. Or. Whoever the carrier was so we go into do? The show and I looked. Down and I have no phone calls, which never okay I zero phone calls zero phone calls. And we at that time we were only testing the local phone number. Not. The toll free number so we would dial the local number behind the. Toll free number because again I didn't want to, spend that, extra twenty five cents sure, okay, and so And you ring the local number and work okay but we had no. Phone calls so I go do the whole monologue and then I come back from the break and we're on, break rather and Peter who. Was brought up then said you know let's call the eight hundred. Number so, I called the eight hundred number I do and it. Was. I'm. Not kidding It was a Puerto Rican hair salon in. Brooklyn New York And that. Guy. Was I'm sure, he was getting a couple of calls? Okay and I'm like why do you, have my phone number and he's speaking to me in Spanish and I know like just enough sure that he's. Really angry. And he's throwing like every curse word? At me and so so how did you remedy? The. Problem. Did you go on and give the, local number, yes okay I went on. The, air and said and I here's the six to. Nine five six was whatever the number was. At the end I don't. Remember now and but it was it was funny, looking back Then make. An appointment to get highlights Can't you. Just imagine the poor guy sitting there I don't know. Anything about no Kim command never given. I never even heard of Kim. Commando I don't know anything about him commando Right hey listen we're. A little more than halfway through the year and the state of cybersecurity in American the, world well I'll tell you cyber security is really. Kinda boiling down to a lot of insecurity we have Russian hackers continuously trying. To hack their way into the United, States power companies and that's not all they're attacking home routers worldwide we've been warning you about that and then. They're all, the corporate data hacks and at the? End of the day we're the victims like the one, that left three hundred and forty million personal records exposed, on, a public server, I mean how does any of this happen anyway and it's. Not like, they just get on the server and then they come tell each one of us have oh by the way your one of your personal records that was on the, server I mean it's obvious folks that corporate security? Is not getting any better and the hackers they're growing. More sophisticated and it's a silent crime. Wants a criminal.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"She has a little lantern. And a, flashlight nothing more refrigerator is empty unplug I think my dear Lord she begins then her wide smile. Fades and she falls into the arms of. Her adult grandson of the ill Doc you have a wonderful daughter she sobs and, my grandkids they're the ones, who've looked after me, Madina is among the last, thousand or so customers that put the Rico's. Electric utility says, are still waiting for power. Ten months after hurricane Maria utility known as says it won't stop till they all have power but last week the up fell into chaos the islands governors demanded, that pass board cut the seven hundred fifty thousand dollars salary, of its newly hired CEO in response five out. Of the seven board members including the new CEO resigned saying in a letter. That quote petty political interests were trying. To control the utility the, governor denied interfering politically and quickly began, filling the vacancies on purpose board it's a critical time at the utility Which is owned by the government. Last month the, governor signed a Bill that will privatise power generation on the island but keep power distribution under, government control even though the governor talks privatizing breadbox he still. Has the hope to we. Able to control the company. Said human sweat is with the center. For a new economy a think tank input the Rico it's well known he says that, because it is so huge, generates so much cash, issues so many contracts that, the island's governors have long seen control of. The utility is, one of the spoils of. Office on the other hand you had the old board and I think they had a different vision to make this political more professional and also perhaps had a, different vision as to how you operate going into the future, at a meal president of the union representing electric. Workers agrees that political meddling is a rampant problem at there but he also. Feared that the resignation of its independent Board members. Would only allow the government to exert more control over the utility will. Put us young mindful base they resigned from Puerto Rico's most important corporation kinda meal says without any sense of their. Obligation to the people, had a meal and his, union fiercely opposed the government's plan to privatize the aside from its ongoing struggle to turn the lights on after the hurricane the utility is bankrupt and owes creditors billions. Of dollars Kate, lung does research for some of those creditors is this common does this happen often no it, never happened never you Tony exceptionally stable businesses investors love Ryan Barnes have utilities because they're really basically the most stable entities in the United States Connie so this is so, far off the charts it just doesn't even register long. Wants the federal government to take over at least. For a while? That idea is being? Hotly, debated in local. News this. Is, all news to, godless Lopez Liebau in this you know power means we can't, turn. On the news he said right now one. Of his big concerns is keeping, his little generator running it's the third one he's bought since the. Hurricane he said they burn out every three months. Or so Adrian footy the entire news Bledel.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"A charity for wheelchair tennis players bernstein has been charged with grand larceny and aggravated harassment and bail has been set at seven hundred fifty thousand dollars bond i guy sixty one degrees on the way to sun and clouds and eighty two for a high this afternoon was news time six fifteen the wfan sports desk again here's mark mckay glenn round one of this year's battle for big apple baseball bragging rights also note of course is the subway series on tap for tonight at city field where the yankees arrival the record of forty and eighteen sitting just a half game behind the first place red sox who last night lost to the tigers at fenway seven two mets are twenty seven and thirty two having lost six in a row and in that span scored just seven runs but manager mickey callaway says he senses a turnaround on the way the good thing is our pitching has been outstanding so we're staying in games the hitting is gonna come if we can pitch like we are i think that we always have a chance elway tonight will give the ball jacob degrom matches up against masahiro tanaka mets are just five and seven though this year with their ace the mound we'll talk some hockey now and last night game five in the stanley cup final hockey chance allard gets the rebate washington leads four three which seven thirty seven capitals radio four three the final score caps clinched their first ever cup and j oh she on nbc and emotionally dedicating the win to his father who's battling alzheimer's he doesn't remember a lot of stuff these days remembers enough tell you what is here tonight but this one will stick with them forever you can guarantee that tonight warriors at the cavaliers game four of the nba finals golden state looking for the sweep and a championship repeat i of the french open men's semifinals underway within the hour and when golf's us open tees off thursday morning at shinnecock tiger woods will be in a group with dustin johnson and justin thomas phil mickelson paired up with jordan speed and rory mcilroy sports fifteen and fortyfive around the clock market a ten ten wins sports wins news time six seventeen first lady melania trump spokesperson is pushing back against rudy giuliani's assertion that she believes her husband about his affair with stormy daniels dan bash explains listen.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"People about lake placid it it'll liban infamy and and salvaged only by one of the great moments in history of american sport now now call this a tale of two x boston guys contracts a year ago at this time isaiah thomas was making about six million seven hundred fifty thousand dollars averaging twenty nine points a game making second team all nba and fully expecting he would be getting a max contract a year ago jimmy garoppolo was a backup qb with four starts on his resume only wesley in one yesterday isaiah thomas and injured bust with cleveland was shipped to la with his entire future in jeopardy forget max contract how about having a job next year and yesterday jimmy garoppolo now a forty nine or with a whopping seven starts on his resume was rewarded with a contract passive we worth one hundred thirty seven million and change with about ninety million guaranteed i'm not sure i have the necessary command of our mother tongue to put vis juxtaposition in its proper perspective mike stone all right as we talked about earlier this week the detroit lions introduce map patricia's their new head coach the eleventh lions head coach in the last thirty years one day later the lions announced the raising ticket prices for the fifth straight season i know with the new coach expenses for pencils will rise in two thousand fourteen the average lines ticket was eighty three dollars next year they'll be 100 and three dollars and why not considering all those big playoff home games we got to witness the last four years uh that would be zero you see there is something bob and mike that the nation does not realize the detroit lions recent history is the worst in sports and when i say recent i mean the last sixty years they at one one playoff game since 1950s seven and that was after the ninety one season try to digest that they've hosted two playoff game sits fifty seven they've had a player dial in the field the best player in their career in their history retired by fax in the prime of his career they're great wide receiver retired because he had enough.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"End up in a lower tax bracket we're speaking with yahoo finance columnist rick newman about the people expected to be among the losers under the new tax law what about the limits on mortgage interest deduction bility while he doesn't affect anybody within existing mortgage amp important for people to understand nobody needs to freak out based on no decision you made three or five or ten years ago to buy a house of your if your existing mortgage everything stays the same for uh for people buying a new houses and taking out mortgage uh the current limit uh for tax deductibility is on mortgages with up to a million dollars uh in uh low in alone balancing that gets lower to seven hundred fifty thousand dollars now that that's that is only going to affect wealthy people obviously because if you're taking out alone that large uh that's a big house sets a big an expensive house but there could be areas where that affects um the resale value of homes that just so happened to be in that price range because buyers could very well uh say look i am uh i have to take out a mortgage to by this house i need you to lower the price set of that um i can so that the entirety of the mortgage ends up within this deductibility so and so there could be this sort of people who own homes where they're right on the cusp of that lending amount who could find that there's a lot of downward pressure on the price of their home and they might not be able to sell for what they want rick yahoo finance columnist rick newman who's based in new york this portion of the program is brought.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That lisa bloem increase the offer of donations to her two seven hundred fifty thousand dollars but she still declined to take the money woman text that blown that day that she didn't mean to let her lawyer down you didn't let me down bloom rolled back you came and spoke to me and made the decision that's right for you that's all i want it all right so he or she obviously had calmed down by that now lisa bloom confirmed to the hill that she flew to virginia to meet with the woman after she had changed their mind several times about whether to go public in the accusations at cetera sutter w we invited her to meet with us at a hotel room it cetera cetera bloom said the donor money was never intended to entice women to come forward against their will nothing can be further from the truth as some photos ask for photo licensing fees by the way the photo licensing thing is a scam that networks used to pay people to give their stories at just this that's how i see it anyway hearth and the woman who decided not to go public said they never gave uh they were never given any names of the donors but bloom told the woman who declined to coq come forward that she had reached out to political action committee supporting clinton was my understanding that there some clinton super pac money that could help out if we did move forward the woman wrote bluem on october eleven 2016 of if we help the clinton campaign they in turn could help or compensate us bloom rope back uh let's please do or call up already reached out to a clinton.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On new mortgages on the first seven hundred fifty thousand dollars at current house proposal caps it at five hundred thousand and the current law is at a million dollars some other changes as well on the individual tax aside we're hearing the gop is eyeing a top rate of thirty seven percent and corporate taxes were now told the gop is leaning toward a twenty one percent rate not as low as the twenty percent that had been targeted before but it's still far lower than the current 35 percent julia no back here in asia to sheba and western digital have settled their fight over the sale of two shave as chip pianist western digital is now agreeing to drop arbitration claims in the us there were aimed at blocking a saint billion dollar sale of the unit to a group led by bostonbased bank capital and in tokyo we are saying to sheba shares of one and a half percent at three hundred and eleven yen more drama and trouble ever noble group were told the embattled hong kong commodities trader is now talking with creditors about a conventional restructuring that includes a debtforequity swap more from bloomberg's yvonne man noble as expecting a proposal from creditors to restructure up to three and a half billion dollars in debt nobles market value is under a hundred and nine indeed million dollars wale less than that net debt of three to half billion meaning that the debt for equity swaps in the expected restructuring plan has the potential to wipe out a significant portion of the shareholdings of current investors but the talks are still ongoing and those involved say new developments could still occur in hong kong ib von ma'am bloomberg daybreak asia their regional index here in asia pretty flat bentley are saying westfield lift the real estate sector high let's get the latest on asian market extra mcduck risen duck or a truly we're seeing a stronger yen were.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seven hundred fifty thousand dollars on a new mortgage wall street sets a couple of new records today the dow up almost one hundred twenty points the sp 500 closes at an alltime high as well wbz news time five nineteen let's get a look at sports from the aticketcom sport's studio here's tom cotti no rest for the weary paired years they're back and foxborough post lost a miami it's on the pittsburgh next sunday huge game but first head coach and quarterback on last night's dumpster fire in miami tom's earthlings or good inches wilson prudence scornful once we gave up to money does not plan while army as counties in a magic potion or anything to take the kinda when we just didn't play good news competitive but it was reagan i wish we played better we didn't and we got to move on trump plans for next week the patriots about two or a have signed wide receiver kenny breath later the browse through a twoyear deal bruins gator that their brightened facility than onto detroit redwings there tomorrow celtics onto the nuggets tomorrow omaha nebraska racetrack it's called horsemen park a nag name blue bly lost the race after colliding with a goose down the stretch as the horse was ghost tom cutting wbz radio sports tom wbz news time 525 a massive wildfire in southern california continues to burn it is now the state's fifth largest ever it's ripping through dry brush on a coastal ridges crews struggled to keep the flames from roaring down into neighborhoods firefighters are protecting foothill homes near santa barbara today taking advantage of.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Jail on seven hundred fifty thousand dollars bond in jail an hour for up and that's where you'll stay until ten percent opposed it are you have been dan i'm here that mcivor maybe having a little trouble raising the seventy five thousand dollars navy but once bonded posted mcivor will be brought here to the main jail he'll be fitted with an ankle monitor and placed under house away now you accused of intentionally killing his wife mcivor as good in jail in april on a bomb violation and his murder trials been delayed until march reporting live from the potent county jail richard sangster wsb a pickup truck driver expresses remorse it was his tyre that flew over the wall and georgia 400 and killed in alpha read a woman during thursday morning drive this you heard right here on wsb messierl embed because i haven't been so look as as he tells channel two action news he was on his way to work police blame mechanical failure the victim juliana she drawing leaves a husband and two daughters defense secretary james mattis demands answers after the ambush of four green berets in asia to reality is part of the danger that are faced in these counterterrorist campaign the soldiers had no air cover armored vehicles heavy weaponry or inkling isis affiliated forces would strike senate armed services committee chair john mccain threatened subpoenas if more information isn't forthcoming white house chief of staff john kelly defence president trump's call to a grieving widow in florida a few elect to call a family like this is about the most difficult thing you could imagine there's no perfect way to make that phone call these openly disappointed afford a congress on publicize the call though he did not dispute the content of what was said he says his own son who died in afghanistan knew what he was getting into president trump grades his disaster relief efforts in puerto rico a we have provided so much so fast turning to the governor he still we do a great job the governor answers you responded immediately sir the present repeats fema and first responders can't stay forever eighty percent of the island's still lacks power on the same day in different states to former president speak out about the current political climate here's one thing i know if you have to win a campaign by the.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Federal judge wants told them there's no such thing as medical marijuana now five spokane area pa growers may have their federal convictions overturned a group who became known as the kettle falls fired were part of a medical marijuana cooperative their grow was legal under washington law that became a test case for the conflict between state law and federal law marijuana remains prohibited under federal law now they have appealed their convictions and his wilkins spokesmanreview says federal prosecutors there to the government should not have spent the money to try those five itc cannot continue to spend money on the appeal prosecutors also say a 15yearold seattle boy was killed because his attackers thought he was carrying marijuana calls eric heights an eighteen year old seattle man and three juveniles are suspected of killing derek warriors lopez the boy was attacked in a west seattle park in september and later died at harborview medical center the 18yearold was arrested tuesday and his bail set at seven hundred fifty thousand dollars the seattle times supports he's expected to be formally charged friday it's not known if the three juveniles are in custody detect could say a 17yearold girl led the victim to the park so we could be robbed but the robbery got out of hand and that's when warren's lopez was stabbed eric heintz komo news a let store the blue through western washington yesterday a last eating knocked out power to more than fifty four thousand customers there are still about five thousand people in the dark as of a couple of moments ago brian jones was in a barber shop in kent when the weather turned wild toyed is here a cracking and allowed crazy noise we didn't know what it was a big tree about this bigger al fell down behind that what if down hit the wires organic create attention on the wires which snapped that telephone pole and a half though liz at fell down on the road livewires draped over a woman's car trapped her inside police told her to stay put till the high voltage lines were energized and she was able to safely drive away at that one intersection and cared about seven cars ended up being damaged from fallen limbs that crashed down on them fifty member local strike team that was.

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"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

"Started his career he was doing coffee ads ten second coffee ads on television with puppets and he said this i thought so interesting because i i read a bunch of biographies about him because he's very interesting because he really did do innovative stuff that had never been done before with puppets and like when you think of puppetry and and what we see and entertainment today i think we owe a great debt of gratitude to jim and and his wife as well jane but what he said was as he said that he never really did anything original and when he accepted some award for like puppeteer of of the year he credited this guy named burt tillstrom who i'd never heard of before but if you you can find that this was like you know one of the pioneers of basically putting puppets on tv and jim said that burtel shrimp did more for puppets and television than he ever did and what i just think that's interesting right because like you we have a guy named jim henson who seems seems to innovated this form except that it didn't you know any borrowed from bunch of other people and when he was in college he was making the equivalent of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars a year off this little business that he and jane started and he was like yeah but i want to be an artist he didn't even think of what he was doing is our and so he's like you guys take care of the business jane and a friend that he interest with the business and they're basically doing commercials with puppets and he goes to europe for six weeks and he keeps saying these puppet shows where adults and children are attending them together and they're not just for kids and has his lightbulb goes oh i'm gonna steal that like we're gonna we're gonna make you know we're gonna make entertainment that initially appeals to kids but also has dealt humor in it in which is i mean happens a lot now these days where both parents and gets go and watch something about equally entertained because of the you know the different layers that are happening and and you know you've got this guy where he just goes throughout his life and he's doing quote unquote innovative stuff but the way he's doing it is by stealing from other people but he's not coopting it and a dishonest replayed ristic way he's borrowing from different influences and he's rearranging those influences to create something that we call quote unquote original and i i think the job of an artist is to curate i think you're austin cleon talks about the steal like an artist i think i think the word of steel it's not borrow what do you bar something you give it back you're not giving it back you're taking it you're you're like you're internalizing it and making your own making your own which is stealing and then you're reshaping it and so i think if you're doing that with one person you're copycat doing that for multiple sources you are an artist i love it thank you so much your time let people know two things one where they confessed connect you to where they can find out about the new book thanks mitch it's always fun to talk to you and i love your thoughtful questions give me thinking so.

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