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Diageo to Buy Ryan Reynolds Aviation American Gin for up to $610 million
"Well, the Movie Star and Entrepreneur Ryan Reynolds certainly had something to celebrate this week. His Liquor Brand Aviation American gin is being acquired by the world's largest spirits business on Monday. Reynolds. Announced that Dr. Joe is buying the Startup Jim. Maker for up to six hundred, ten, million dollars the the fourteen billion dollar owner of brands like Johnnie Walker Whisky Tanqueray Gin and Guinness Al among others. The deal is a coup for Reynolds a Rakish forty-three-year-old celebrity actor best known for his performances a superhero with a twisted sense of humor in the twenty sixteen movie deadpool. It's also a testament to reynolds star turn as a copywriter. Reynolds bought an ownership stake in aviation in two thousand eighteen and became its brand ambassador. He applied his quirky provocative sense of humor to the task to here's just one example remember the Peleton ad that went viral in a bad way the one where the poor Peleton wife played by actress Monica, Rees appear to be exercising against her will to satisfy her sexist tons desire for skinny spouse. Well, Reynolds decided to help his career and Tro Peleton at the same time he cast releasing an ad for. In it, she in two friends are sitting at a bar, their nursing MARTINIS. She looked downcast while her two friends look on with concern. The peleton wife then downs, the entire Martini and the friends pass there's to her the implication of course, is that she has left the suddenly abusive husband on social media just to make sure we all got the joke Reynolds wrote Hashtag exercise bike not included naturally that ad went viral in a good way. It was cheeky ads like these along with Reynolds thirty, six, million instagram followers. And fans on other social media platforms that helped aviation sales skyrocket revenues grew in triple digits in both twenty, eighteen and twenty nineteen making it what Fast Company called the fastest growing super premium gin and the World Diario who's Gordon's? Gin. Brand is the world's largest was watching closely just three years ago. The conglomerate bought a Tequila brand from George Clooney valuing it at a billion dollars. That brand has performed rather well for Dr Geo. Now Aviation's biggest rivals have become family with the acquisition both tanker and Gordon's GIN become sister brands to aviation. The deal doesn't allow Reynolds to simply take the money and like the superhero he plays deadpool run he'll stay on as an owner and the brand's ambassador presumably for the next decade Diarios paying three hundred, thirty, five, million dollars now and offering an early of two hundred seventy, five, million dollars more over the next ten years depending on aviations performance
Tesla Rivals are Moving Into High Gear -- and Going Public
"From wondering I'm Elaine Appleton grant and this is business words daily on this Wednesday August Nineteenth David Brown's on vacation. Tesla has long had an image of being in both good and less good ways without comparison. CEO? Elon Musk stands out for his big vision and sometimes quirky behavior, and until now anyway, Tesla's all electric vehicles have stood head and shoulders above the competition coming from traditional automakers. Competition what competition I can almost imagine musk saying. Oh, but there is plenty coming tesla shares soared two, hundred, fifty percent this year. The company is now the most valuable automaker in the world according to. CNN. That's because Tesla which went public ten years ago is finally profitable. Tesla had a record twenty nineteen in posted its first annual profit last year despite the pandemic it's been profitable this year as well and that kind of performance and the stock market's reward for it is convincing more and more electric vehicle makers to go public and to try to woo customers away from Tesla last week, Ohio Electric Startup, Lordstown Motors Corporation, or L. M. C. said, it plans to go public by the end of the year. It's ticker symbol ride. If the deal goes through, the company will be valued at close to one point five, billion dollars. So who is Lordstown Motors to burst on the scene this way? L. LLC is a spinoff of another electric truckmaker called Workhorse. GROUP LORDS DOWN CEO Steve Burns is the former CEO of workhorse with LLC Burns resurrecting a project that we're course didn't have the money to do the company plans to release an all electric full-size pickup truck the Lordstown endurance in the second half of twenty twenty one that's according to journalist Alan. Adler, writing for trade publication freight waves. The truck will have a range of about two hundred fifty miles on a charge the same as Tesla's sci-fi looking cyber truck it'll toes seventy five hundred pounds alums. He says again, just like the chuck, the endurance will start at fifty two thousand dollars a good deal more than the cyber forty thousand dollar base price. But UNLIKE TESLA LLC plans to sell the endurance to commercial customers buying fleets of trucks since revealing the prototype on June twenty-fifth Ellen Mc says it's received more than twenty seven, thousand pre orders. That's one point four, billion dollars worth of trucks. NCO Burns says its first years worth of trucks are now sold out. That is if it can raise the money, it needs to actually make them l.. AMC. Bought the Lordstown Ohio GM plant that shutdown last year when GM killed the last Chevy Cruz that six million square foot plant needs retooling, which is costly MC plans to raise about six hundred and seventy five million dollars through its IPO. That boatload of cash could help it come through on its boast to be first to market among a group of EV pickup truck competitors in addition to Tesla that group includes Ford GM Nikola and Arabian a company backed by Ford and Amazon. So, here's the obvious L.. He doesn't yet have a product just a prototype if you're wondering how the young startup can go public without a product you should be. L. EMC is one of a handful of electric vehicle makers employing what's called a reverse merger that means the company that plans to make a product like LLC hooks up with the so-called blank check business. It's also called a special purpose acquisition company. SPAC. Is doing the reverse merger with a blank check company called Diamond Peak Holdings. Diamond peak is already publicly traded that means when the merger occurs. LLC. MC becomes public sort of like easing into a coat someone else has been wearing. This back door IPO method is easier for companies to do. They don't have to produce expensive roadshow's. Also, avoid a great deal of financial scrutiny by the SEC. One of the most famous reverse murders was Richard Branson's space company Virgin Galactic, Holdings and Fantasy Sports Company draftkings went public in a three billion dollar reverse merger. Last year according to the A. Times. The number of reverse mergers hit a record high last year. That's because the IPO market was volatile and high profile IPO's like Uber Fared. Poorly. It ain't cheap to build a new car company but Tesla's successes inspiring other entrepreneurs to try and they need oodles of money that helps to explain why another electric truckmaker nickel motors used a reverse merger to go public in June and vehicle-maker. FISKER has a reverse merger in the works. The is green truckmakers may see these back door IPO's as the speediest way to raise the cash needed to fight he'll in musk and rapidly launched their new products. Tesla's promising to deliver the cyber took by late twenty, twenty one which means that the deadline to beat yes. It may be tough to knock Tesla on it's pedestal, but LLC and a raft arrivals are sure going to try.
Gov. Baker Announces $275M Coronavirus Economic Recovery Package
"Governor Charlie Baker is calling on the legislature to make it easier for affordable housing to be built particularly in communities of color WBZ's Mike Macklin reports the governor's call comes as he proposes a two hundred and seventy five million dollar corona virus economic recovery package here's more go to Baker says the corona virus pandemic has focused a spotlight on the critical need for affordable housing in Massachusetts particularly in minority communities he says voting laws that require a super majority vote of local governing boards to approve do housing service a tool to exclude people of color that has laid bare significant issues that separate majority populations from minority populations and housing is one of them that's right up there the process to develop new housing and affordable housing is profoundly different color and that needs to get fixed Baker says he wants the legislature to change zoning laws to make it easier for affordable housing to be built particularly in communities of color Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news news
Gov. Baker Announces $275M Coronavirus Economic Recovery Package
"Governor Baker has just unveiled a new coronavirus economic relief packages meant to broaden the scope of the previous legislation let's get more now on WBZ's Mike mac governor Baker says the two hundred seventy five million dollar economic package she's sending to the legislature addresses the massive disruption to the state's economy caused by the covert nineteen pandemic seeking changes to our regional bell to ask more low income communities communities of color and I already owned businesses that have been particularly hard hit by covert the money includes thirty five million dollars for small businesses another fifteen million for micro businesses with a focus on economically depressed minority communities particularly hard hit by the
Players say Major League Baseball told union that teams will not play more than 60 games during 2020 regular season
"On the labor front the Players Association was told by Major League Baseball the teams will not agree to more than sixty games on the pandemic the late season after commissioner rob Manfred said the science of reached a framework for a sixty game regular season union head Tony Clark refused to call the framework and said as a player executive subcommittee rejected it the union countered with a seventy game schedule as part of a proposal that let the silence about two hundred seventy five million dollars
Players counter with 70-game season, 10 more than MLB
"I might cross your reporting there's a new proposal from major league players for reduced baseball season Major League Baseball owners and players appear to be getting closer to agreement on a corona virus delayed season but there's still ten games at about two hundred seventy five million dollars apart the union is proposing a seventy game regular season schedule and then expanded post season that would have sixteen teams like the owners the union proposes starting the season on July nineteenth the union plan calls for one point seven three billion dollars in salaries roughly forty three percent of what they would have made in the complete season the owners this week proposed to sixty regular season games with players receiving about thirty seven percent of what they originally would have made hi Mike Crossey up
“Definitely Not True” – Agent Comments on Dak Prescott Turning Down Reported $175 Deal by Dallas Cowboys
"Seasons then there's the contract dispute to the cowboys quarterback dak Prescott whose agent denies an NBC report that press got turned down five years a hundred and seventy five million dollars once a shorter deal so you get another big contract will still
Dak Prescott turns down five-year, $175 million deal from Cowboys
"The press got turned down a five year one hundred seventy five million dollar offer from Dallas that averages out to thirty five million per year that would have tied him with Russell Wilson the highest paid quarterback in football Sims says Prescott is seeking a shorter term deal that would pay him forty five million in the final season Adam Schefter Ian Rapoport tweeted both the cowboys and Prescott agents tell them that Sims report is not true and that the only recent contract negotiations have been based on how many years should be in the
Marriott profit plunges 92% as coronavirus zaps travel
"Marriott international net income in the first quarter a year ago was three hundred seventy five million dollars and this year. It's thirty one million dollars still profitable. It should is still profitable. Marietta's also laying off tens of thousands of people. What do you see when you look at a massive hotel company like marijuana pain and you know what this one hits kind of close to home? Because they're headquartered out of says where I live so I actually can put faces to furloughed workers so it's tough man. The stock reflects how bad it is down. Forty two percent This year Revenue per room. The the we like to call it on par down twenty two and a half percent for the quarter which was down by twenty percent North America down thirty percent outside North America. Now that's not that bad because when you look at April Rev was down ninety percent but that's not reflected in these numbers because the quarter ended at the end of March but the pain was really really really Significant in April twenty five percent of Marriott. Seventy three seventy four hundred hotels are closed a little bit of bright spot they think maybe China is recovering somewhat occupancy. There hit twenty five percent in April. I think it's fascinating that we consider twenty five percent to be somewhat encouraging as you noted the the numbers are just devastating adjusted operating income. One hundred ninety two million for the quarter down from six hundred and fifty five million in last year's first quarter so then you know we got the balance sheet. How bad is this? And how much danger could they be in debt of twelve billion cash of only one point eight billion so they went back to the markets which I think is wise Raise another two point. Five billion dollars through debt issuance to to kind of shore up that balance sheet. Interestingly they actually bought some stock back one hundred and fifty million dollars of stock back during the quarter before they said. Well maybe maybe not we should halt this cancel the dividend as well Preserve our cash. Because we don't know when this is GonNa get better so that that's wise. As I mentioned earlier furloughing tens of thousands of hotel staff two thirds of their corporate workers. There are four thousand or so of those in total for lowering about two thirds of them So they're just hunker down mode. GonNa wait. This out. Traditionally a very strong company traditionally very popular company to work for always on the list of of you know great companies to work for. This is just an exogenous. Hit to their business that they're to just have to wait out and they'll come back but we just can't predict exactly when this starts to firm
US Awards Border Wall Contract In Texas To Begin In 2021
"The U. S. government has awarded a two hundred seventy five million dollar border wall contract for construction that would begin in South Texas in January at the start of president trump's second term if he is re elected Caddell construction company based in Montgomery Alabama won the contract to build fourteen miles of barriers in and around the radio the city of two hundred sixty thousand people on the Rio
U.S. renews criticism of China's early handling of coronavirus outbreak
"Of state Mike Pompeii just holding a briefing we strongly believe that the Chinese Communist Party did not report the outbreak of the new coronavirus in a timely fashion to the World Health Organization I'm Hannah says China's Communist Party failed to report how dangerous the disease was and waited a month to report sustained human to human transmission when it had already spread to every province it's center those who tried to warn the world in order to halt to testing of new samples and it destroyed existing samples the US has called for answers from China and from the World Health Organization im pei also announcing more humanitarian aid from the U. S. to countries most at risk to help fight the virus bringing the U. S. total in aid so far to seven hundred seventy five million dollars
California will give $500 in aid to undocumented immigrants
"California will be the first state to give corona virus relief payments to undocumented immigrants governor Gavin Newsom announced the seventy five million dollar disaster relief fund on Wednesday around a hundred and fifty thousand people will receive a one time payment of five hundred dollars is a one thousand dollar cap per household illegal immigrants do not qualify for the payments from the government's trillion dollar stimulus
California announces fund for undocumented immigrants.
"Before falling. Ill himself from California. Governor Gavin newsom announced on Wednesday one hundred twenty five million dollars in disaster relief assistance for Working Californians that will provide financial support to undocumented immigrants impacted by the Kovic nineteen crisis. Newsom said the states will provide seventy five million dollars in disaster relief assistance and grant makers concerned with immigrants and refugees a network of foundations focused on immigration issues of committed to raising an additional fifty million dollars. California is the most diverse state in the nation out. Diversity makes us stronger. And more resilient every Californian including are undocumented neighbors and friends should know that California is here to support them during the crisis. We are all in this together. New Some said in a written statement the seventy five million dollar disaster relief fund will support undocumented Californians who've been impacted by the outbreak and ineligible for unemployment insurance benefits and disaster relief including the Kazaks as a result of their immigration status around one hundred and fifty thousand undocumented. Adults in the state will receive a one time cash benefit of five hundred dollars per adult with a cap of one thousand dollars per household the fund will be dispersed through a community based model of regional nonprofits with expertise and experience serving undocumented communities. According to the governor's Office California has also developed an immigrant resource guide to provide information about Corona virus related assistance including public benefits that are available to California
Los Angeles - Governor Newsom Announces $125 Million Immigrant Disaster Relief Fund
"Starting next week it should be a lot easier for unemployed Californians to get through to the employment development department governor Newsom says he signed an executive order that will extend the department's call center hours from eight AM to eight PM seven days a week once the registrations process applicants will be paid retroactively to the middle of March if they got laid off because of the pandemic also the governor's daily briefing her live on KNX news about us to do program to provide financial support for illegal immigrant workers affected by the virus the state will pay ten seventy five million dollars of that other fifty million coming from philanthropic partners not here to suggest that a hundred twenty five million dollars is enough but I am here to suggest it's a good start and I'm very proud starting here in the state of California governor believes about a hundred fifty thousand people in the country illegally will qualify each could receive between five hundred and a thousand dollars in household assistance
Gov. Newsom: California Shortchanged By Small Business Loans
"Just under twenty eight thousand people have died from corona virus in the United States throughout the corona virus pandemic governor Gavin Newsom has gone out of his way to praise the federal government for the help it's given California but today he had some criticism saying the state isn't getting its fair share of the loans to small businesses through the paycheck protection program California has been short changed in that respect we're trying to understand exactly why as you know we were the first to get SBA approval on the waivers to draw down on the disaster relief funds we've been very aggressive in this space we have been aggressive in promoting and marketing this program but as I speak just eight point four percent of those dollars from that program have flown into the state of California about five percent of the loans Houston says the state is expanding its call center for the nearly three million newly unemployed people in the state starting Monday that call center will be open from eight to eight seven days a week he also announced a seventy five million dollar disaster relief assistance fund specifically to help illegal immigrants who don't qualify for federal assistance the governor says private partners have pledged an additional fifty million dollars for
Survey: Athletic directors bracing for financial crisis
"Athletic directors at the nation's largest sports schools are bracing for a potential financial crisis related to the corona virus pandemic according to a survey released Thursday by lead one association of athletic directors from one hundred thirty major college football schools sixty three percent forecast a worst case scenario in which their revenues decreased by at least twenty percent during the two thousand twenty twenty one school year the cancellation of the men's division one basketball tournament cost the NC double a three hundred seventy five million dollars it was scheduled to distribute to its member schools some athletic departments have taken proactive steps such as pay reductions in bonuses pensions I'm Josh Rowntree
Trump signs coronavirus stimulus bill
"The president signs off on the stimulus bill and the question I have for you John is what's in the stimulus bill could we be on for all day today Rick and then I can explain it bit by bit essentially five hundred billion of the two trillion dollar stimulus package is hard cash these are payments to Americans who have to work from home or in some places are not working every head of the household in America gets twelve hundred dollars families get twenty four hundred dollars and there's five hundred dollars per child at all in addition there is a considerable amount in the billions for small business loans that are there and other things that are meant to immediately help the economy and help people who are struggling during the virus crisis now on the other hand there's some bad things in the bill as well senator Jim in the hall said that much of them were kept out however he quickly added that that there were other things they didn't lead again not as much as speaker Nancy Pelosi sought to take advantage of for example seventy five million dollars went to the national endowment for the arts and another seventy five million to the national endowment for the humanities these are the two government agencies that encourage artists entertainers musicians in other words there are ministry of culture and it was felt they needed help right should say many Democrats in Congress felt they needed help Republicans went along with this as opposed to other measures they would say no one everyone wanted a bill to focus on the economy and that's what they were going to get there's also twenty five million dollars for the John F. Kennedy center for the performing arts now let me say by way of disclosure I am a member of friends of the Kennedy center I've had many enjoyable evenings at the JFK center it serves a very good purpose here in the district of Columbia on the other hand one can argue that twenty five million dollars is a lot of money under the present circumstances and it could have been used elsewhere for medical research or to help beleaguered workers be that as it may Republicans went along with this once again because they wanted to give Democrats something but not make major concessions as Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer wanted overall this was a measure that passed unanimously in the Senate on Friday passed unanimously in the house and was signed by the president at four PM sharp next week checks will go out sources tell me that within three weeks Americans will be receiving their federal checks will it take another stimulus package to keep the economy going during the virus crisis time will
Washington D.C. - Trump Issues Disaster Declaration for the State of Maryland
"Also late last night president trump declared a disaster emergency for the state of Maryland at the request of governor Larry Hogan that makes more emergency aid available to the state from FEMA the governor also announced a one hundred and seventy five million dollar relief package to help small businesses and employees affected by the
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Eight th to Newcastle. Southbound I five slow through the district into Seattle and now we're seeing big slowdowns southbound I five from south center down to two hundred hundred earlier collision, your next traffic at two thirty four KOMO forecast. Now. Some clouds could bring some shade I suppose for the end of the week and the weekend. But for the most part, it's straight ahead with this trend of clear skies and very warm temperatures close to ninety degrees today around Seattle little warmer than that elsewhere. And then tomorrow back toward about eighty degrees for the daytime high low seventies to mid seventy s on Friday and Saturday right now, though, eighty-seven in Seattle at KOMO news. Komo news time to twenty-six Facebook is going to be building a solar farm in west Texas believed to be one of the largest solar projects in the United States, social media company, partnering with long road. Energy for the four hundred sixteen million dollar facility in Andrews county nearly forty nine million dollars. Pledged to house the homeless in eight new buildings around Seattle. Komo's met Markevic spoke with some of the people who would benefit across. Under a kick Davidson owners has been on the street for four years. Right. And really desperately for house. He's considered chronically homeless his disability could make eligible for a place like this is are beds. Are given to us to use permanent supportive housing an apartment with services twenty four seven for the thirty five hundred considered chronically homeless in King County, who need help taking care of themselves. This is going to truly be tremendous a big boost. Some of the reasons biggest companies in the peaks pledging nearly forty nine million dollars toward a seventy five million dollar campaign to build eight buildings with eight hundred units for the chronically homeless, like David some of the most expensive public housing, that's offered because between sixteen and eighteen thousand dollars a year, a unit for a person, that is same equivalent as a homeless person which many are Harvey for three days, and it's coming from companies like Amazon, that would have been hit by last year's failed head tax. The tax that would have gone to the same type of housing charitable donations. Specifically to housing.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Two hundred seventy five million dollars KTAR is on education. The latest now on a Bill state. Lawmakers are considering that would bar teachers from pushing their viewpoints on students. It has the support of one valley teacher Michael baiser teaches AP government and politics at Mesa high school. He says he's not bothered by the Bill. It is unethical for a teacher to push a political ideology or religious ideology on their students. However, he says he doesn't know of any teacher who's doing this teacher said, I know they don't want to tell their kids. What to think about something? They just want to help the students. Learn how to think critically for themselves and to be able to do that. We will need to discuss current events political things even religious issues as long as we are not pushing a certain ideology result. The Psotino KTAR news. The feds are proposing new restrictions on food stamp benefits. And the association of Arizona food banks is not happy about it assistance for singles without dependence could be cut after three months. We believe cutting off nutrition assistance is not an encouragement to participate in work association of Arizona food. Banks CEO, Angie Rogers, says food stamp assistance, gradually scales back as people work jobs with more hours, but those can be scarce in rural communities, and my concern is what about when those families are terminated for benefits. Where are they going to go and get John Rogers fears, a third of the eight hundred seventy thousand eras on food stamps could be impacted the Trump administration wants to curb possible program abuse, Peter say more KTAR news, still stumped on what to get last minute..
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To tackle this challenge the next mega superstar. From college which, is a guy who, is a possible next. Barclay like saquon, Barkley, you, know. You have a chance to, get certainly draft the top five certain things go right you can go to, three as he did he went to If I'm that running. Back I'm, telling teams I'm not playing running back in the NFL provided, can catch the, ball? With Dennis of of a bell the were. You or others Do you want to be classified I want. To be classified as a, wide was me. As a, wide receiver because the? Day that I show up to your facility I'm not playing running back, on the plane running back interesting seventy five million dollars roughly do. It, you joking but you're so right I would love to see somebody. Hit the reset on the entire market like be, that brazen or you're good, enough? If you're truly good no. And there's a few of them at our pioneer and I've tried I've tried to position this as it's it's a it's a completely different position right it's not the running back the mom and dad knew there was, going? To get twenty five carries between the tackles and go for. Three yards and. A cloud of, dust and maybe every now and then you're gonna pop one out of there right this is a guy who is a coordinator and offense. Coordinator you absolutely love because. You know we put too, tight ends who happened to be just as athletic as wide receivers and running back on the field essentially going five wide we can go five wide And now you was a defense are, stretched and stressed to try to? Cover everybody and if you screw around and put you know your one linebacker that's on the field bell all let's put the linebacker, on the on the running back we'll route runs through. Right he's he's mismanaged and, so you're it's. He's not, running back by the. Traditional sense he's not a receiver in the traditional sense he's a hybrid, what he was that's always asking for let's get creative pay me. Like, a hybrid and I don't want to be making eight like every. Other running back eight million that is like every, other running back in the, league? I don't necessarily need to. Be making seventeen eighteen like wide receivers let's meet somewhere in the middle the teen ourselves right and the Steelers because they're the only one that stuck in this situation right now if there were three other teams that, had? The same debate going on it'd be different than the only. One that stuck. And they're not, going to set the market I can understand why they say all right we're not we're only gonna pay twelve or thirteen or whatever it. Is because we don't believe Leave that running backs deserve that percentage of the cap and as we've seen other teams you guys. Are just Adama does and we can, go get another one James Connors air we drafted. Last year, we somebody else gonna come along right we'll find a. Guy you know that's gonna. That's gonna fill that role maybe, two, guys we'll find a guy maybe not as. Good as you but we'll find a guy. Eighty percent of the production exactly for fifty five percent, of the pri-. Exactly but then it's unfair, it's totally unfair this is why you and I fundamentally disagreed on what the giants do it number two that's why whether it's saquon Barkley. Giants or whomever it number two or three or four or maybe. Even five how can I how, can I you, know?.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Of the crypto market is red hot thought this on his at the nyse with war bob low melissa the market is still alive and well but just like bitcoins this a little bit of cracks there right now so here's the good news even with the crypto market down i see o's are still coming out not quite at the pace early this year but it's still pretty toward there have been as many ico's in the first six months of twenty eighteen as there were in all of two thousand seventeen put together three hundred and thirty four so far this year versus about three hundred and forty for the entire year of twenty seventeen that's a pretty impressive numbers so far more money has been raised this year than all of twenty two seventeen and that's the important number not surprisingly there's no shortage of wacky ico's out there here's the latest one tot tot to race a whopping five hundred and seventy five million dollars on a private sale private sale of tokens what's the product they're looking to release movies imagine this including a bio pic about the founder of lamborghini cards they also want to build a token powered video on demand platform to compete with netflix that luck with that one wait it gets a little weirder singer hey khan announced he was willing to his own crypto acorn get a coin and this will be used as a separate coin and a con crypto city it's a real city already under development in senegal really there's some other good news there's fewer regulatory concerns now that the sec is clarified some of these issues around when cryptos may or may not be securities and ico's now here's the bad news there is some scary things still going on those hacks of those exchanges in south korea that was really scared that doesn't help more importantly i sent a bit of fatigue among the investor community there's been some huge amounts of money raised mind boggling this year but a lot of investors are growing weary of the valuations at least that's what i hear so file coin for example they raised two hundred million dollars two hundred fifty a year ago they still haven't launched a product a lot of these were waiting here the bottom line is this the sec keeps ico's alive as viable way to raise capital i think that's the headline tot to melissa i just like saying over and over again that's something dirty about it i don't know i was on like a aaa menu item from the kitchen vet on dirty is another out you can go thank you bye this on i see so it's interesting because the sec is just coming out very recently so you wonder if the boom and ico's is just people rushing to market to get their coins out a crack i mean mostly does have really been off seat overseas over in asia i mean the us is not really a big player in the market but what's happening now in bob's release a spot on we're gonna wait and see type of mode right now everybody's saying show me great we gave you a ton of money show me the product i want to see this thing come out also everybody in the brother to me is coming and saying how do i do and i see l or pitching me and i see oh so you have just massive amount of supply with everybody who's rushed into it and said okay let me see what these do with a lot of supply coming out there it feels very much like bitcoin didn't september where we had sky valuations it's very frothy and people are starting to say you know what i'm going to put the brakes on the ico's right now i've got my portfolio i don't need a seventh or eighth ico and so it's to me they're not as hot as they used to be or they're too hot and probably will not be that home coins from an ics trade on a secondary market rosso so there is not the problem of a bubble valuation or right because they're they're only valued at the price at which you pay because there's no exchange after that well you there is i mean there's an apply valuation if you raise five hundred million dollars and you're selling fifty percent of tokens that's a billion dollar valuation so there's an implied valuation that way but remember these are these startups right these venture capital deals they have no product or a very early product and.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on WWL
"With the salary of over two hundred seventy five million dollars question the last year within the last year the highest paid athlete this is worldwide worldwide and it could be any athlete this is just salary not endorsements or any just salary two hundred seventy five see this question a lot of people would go soccer probably but they don't get paid that much per year so this asked to be somebody like poker player doesn't win that much nascar no has to be a fighter oh it's gotta be floyd mayweather that's right yeah boy either one fights two hundred seventy five million dollars and that's not accounting endorsements i was almost going to go cristiano renaldo but he he makes like fifty i want to say lionel messi was number two yeah question number six this is an easy one because we've had it before naming five of the nine players who have played in all four nba finals between the cavs and warriors the past four i'm not going to count this one can you give me this before but i'll just name a quick five love thompson lebron jr smith steph that play green and shaun livingston yeah all right you got that one right question what does this question number seven which team at m l m which team in mlb history has never lost the postseason series they've won two world series never lost the post yeah that's the marlins that's actually right here's the second to last question how many three pointers is the multiple choice one how many three pointers has shack maiden his nba career zero one five or ten wow why feel like is not zero ten i don't know it's actually one and if you get scott actually got this right that's crazy really hitting it that he didn't get that one.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"What's trump's gonna do about healthcare they're paying coen almost two million dollars for that so lot of money lot of people go to work work very hard you know average folks they go to work the whole year and you know they make thirty thirty five forty thousand dollars two million dollars for a guy who has no expertise in healthcare whatsoever and i'm going to be honest i'm not sure has expertise in much of anything i'm just saying said it doesn't look good but you know what else doesn't look good one hundred and seventy five million dollars to the clinton foundation from russian interests and eight hundred thousand dollars speech paid for by russian bank tied to the kremlin if memory serves for bill clinton shop malek i'll just think we need to bring the world together we need to bring a bunch of ladies over and we'll have those ladies you know make them cup margaritas maybe get them into the hot tub and talk about policy that's what we'll do eight hundred grams a lot for even a bill clinton speech you know hot tub not included i mean he's he's a not nearly as as important a figure in all that's right it's hillary they're paying for access to but you pay the spouse to get to the office holder and that's what they were doing and so this is why we're one of these situations where i'm going to tell you that that doesn't really for the president's personal lawyer to be taken a lot of money for access it's not good it's not good i mean i even know the specific ethical ethics not ethical ethics constraints are around this but it also comes in a context of i i was there i was over at cnn man when people were like all the clinton foundation's just like just a charity.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"To raise seventy five million dollars well where's the money going to shouldn't you spend all the seventy five million dollars of course now we have to get back to the whole bugaboo that remember that damascus that didn't like my explanation of the tax dollar that you pay so seattle's going to levy a twenty six cents an hour per hour per employee for every company has revenues next has to twenty million dollars they wanted to raise seventy five million dollars and seventy five percent of that they want to go to affordable housing with that means they actually have to raise more than seventy five million dollars because they have to take into account the cost of administering this program you you can't administer an affordable housing program without overhead you simply can't do you can't frankly i don't know of anything you can do without overhead you've you've got you've got to have electricity you gotta have space you gotta have internet you gotta have lights you gotta have heat you gotta have cooling you gotta have a diet coke you can have everything gotta have reams of paper so that brown can kill trees listen to this the other city council person i don't know whether ca shama suwat is a male or female or i don't know kashasa want said this about amazon amazon is perfectly capable of paying that double even four times that and he says that amazon's tactic of moving elsewhere with the tax doesn't exist extortion this is the world we now live him i'm going gonna play the sound bite you may have already heard a tape that's fine you're going to hear it again of hillary clinton with one more excuse about why she lost claiming that she's a capitalist here is a city council person that amazon is saying you know what first of all before i go down that rabbit hole let me go down this rabbit hole amazon won't pay this tax.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on KGO 810
"Hundred and seventy five million dollars that the janet napolitano's squirrelled away you see so she she you know she she's really good at what at what she does and he ignite i hate to interrupt your momentum i don't want to gloss over that for anybody who forgot that janet napolitano yes run in the uc system had putting that much money what is one hundred seventy five million dollars in a special fund so she could claim she was broke they've been let students go the don't have enough money for education tuition oh my god these people wider was all the time back to your meanwhile back at the audit yeah so uh that the scope of this audit is is really deep and wide it's going to go into uh uh quite understood so many delays it's going to take a look at uh it it finances how how how does it get so far over budget why is it taking so long what's the internal problems uh uh also which it's gonna also dig down and take a look at what the authority has been doing with respect to the small businesses that have hired up and have gotten contracts this is another unwinding story here that we just learned some more from frankly the los angeles times and wellthought abedian uh it's not only just taken down tax payers this it is taking down their own small business contractors who had a big dream day uh put forward their application they hired up in many instances they put up really large uh bonds and now we have now we have a number of them in central california actually small business momma pops that we're supposed.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on KKAT
"Hundred and seventy five million dollars that the janet napolitano's squirrelled away oh yeah you see so she she you know she she's really good at what at what she does and she hey night i hate to interrupt your momentum i don't want to gloss over that for anybody who forgot that janet napolitano run in the uc system had put that much money what is one hundred seventy five million dollars in a special fund so she can claim she was broke england lech students you can't let tuition oh my god these people wider was all the time back to your meanwhile back at the audit yeah so uh the the scope of this audit is is really deep and wide it's gonna go into uh uh why there's so many delays it's going to take a look at the at the at the finances how how how does it get so far over budget why is it taking so long what's the internal problems uh uh also it's it's gonna also dig down and take a look at what the authority has been doing with respect to the small businesses that have hired up and have gotten contracts this is another unwinding story here that we just learned some more from frankly the los angeles times and ralph art abedian uh this not only just taken down tax payers as it is taking down their own small business contractors who had a big dream day uh put forward their application they hired up in many instances they put up really large uh bonds and now we have now we have a number of them in central california actually small business mom and tops that were supposed.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Seventy five million dollars how he worth seventy five million dollars some college football coach next save and i said seventy million i'll give him seven million a year for ten years would you do that would you pay next save in seven million dollars were because in the cause boils pretty much every year national championship games about every other but now they're paying this guy that much money right if i'm going to pay eur seventy five million dollars you know what if you don't give me a chairmanship in the first three years you're fired and the rest of the contract tonight will give a mess he went eighty three and 23 of florida state if they add those kind of numbers at texas a and m i don't even think uh they'll wear underwear other causes eu 23 though with in the in the sec a texas they number i mean yes alabama i'd be able to do that certain other schools might be able to do that takes saying i'm not sure they can do that even when they hadman a military school ray like it's a military engineering school as am i wrong with that isn't it are they like farming and agriculture and everything like that agricultural and manufacturers zeller his what are they manufacturing down there besides lousy here we go john in mass let's start with tony in buffalo on twelve seventy hey guys how you doing what's going on mafias feeding may tequila it's unbelievable were carowners gallivan again he centres 30second wedding in twelve days the wedding crasher boy carver i can you imagine carver hide a night around the open bar and the table you know the.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Brought in seventy five million dollars from many viewers all over the state of washington and coast to coast and canada yuban meaning the call us for years have to think about a getaway the night or about cars until you're going to college we gotta to support them george job of was to persuade people donate ktf nikic donate to public television we certainly had great programming get with very persuasive but george his job with to take that programming find out something that's very interesting about it and and look right in that camera land and talk to every person who is watching why they should park with some of their money and the thing that was still magical without george he had at a gift to be completely natural and a folksy and neighborly and friendly uh in a very unnatural situation which is having light than a camera aimed at you and just go right through that lands and talk to people as if he was there next door neighbour producer steven hegarty said see us sharing the life of george ray long before his work at caissoti us nine george ray had a love for sports he wants told me as a young man he had a job pushing the boom to sixty two you got to know the rainiers baseball team very well for my g sixty four to sixty eight he was sports director he recalled tv time adc in los angeles called him to ask if he'd be a part of a new tv sports concept the road to bring you the boy really and the agony of the week it was abc's wide world of sports but george ray turned it down because his wife didn't wanna move to launch abdyl so he would stay here and in the early 70s start his work at kcp as nine george ray was 85 you're listening to.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Brought in seventy five million dollars from many viewers all over the state of washington and coast to coast in canada well george job was to persuade people to donate casey tf back to donate to public television i think we certainly had great programming got with very persuasive and she's the only one whoever may potato salad this way on i'm sure i'll get notes and letters from people say i've made it that way for years we couldn't handle container sent without your but george he's dogged with to take that proved me find out something that's very interesting up and then look right in that camera of land and talk to each and every person who is watching why they should par with some of their money and the thing that was still magical about george is he had a gift to be completely natural and uh folks see and neighbourly and friendly uh in a very unnatural situation which is having light than a camera aimed at you and just go right through that land and talk to people as if he was there next door neighbour meaning again have if you think you're gonna get away tonight without honest one you're not agendas on the college they've got us support samlot executive producer steven hegg of case tas sharing the life of george rate and long before his work at cacia t s nine george ray had a love for sports he wants told me as a young man he had a job pushing a broom at sixty eight him and got to know the rainiers baseball team very well for ninety sixty four to sixty eight he was sports director he recalled on tv and was at at time abc in los angeles called him to ask if he'd be a part of a new tv sports concept do bring you them the and the agony of the it was abc's wide world of sports but george ray turned it down because his wife didn't wanna move to los angeles so he would stay here and in the early 70s start his work at casey t s nine i'm mark christopher komo news your money at twenty and fit the past the hour on komo news this money business news.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Brought in seventy five million dollars from many viewers all over the state of washington and coast to coast in canada well george job was to persuade people to donate casey tf tactic donate q public television i think we certainly had great programming get with very persuasive and she's the only one whoever may potato salad way and and i'm sure i'll get notes and letters from people say i have made it that way for years we couldn't have at the tanisha without your but george he's dogged with to take that programming find out something that's very interesting up and then look right in that camera land and talk to each and every person who is watching why they shoot par with some of their money and the thing that was still magical about george is he had a gift to be completely natural and uh folks see and neighborly and friendly uh in a very unnatural situation which is having light than a camera aimed at you and just right through that lands and talk to people as if he was there next door neighbour meaning the call us and you have a gonna get away tonight about while you're not a danger gonna collins who got us support satellite executive producer steven hegarty she tas sharing the life of george ray and long before his work at cacia t s nine george ray had a love for sports he wants told me as a young man he had a job pushing a broom at sixty eight here and got to know the rainiers baseball team very well for mighty sixty four to sixty eight he was sports director he recalled on tv and at that time abc in los angeles called him to ask if he'd be a part of a new tv sports concept two the bruins and the agony of the fbi it was abc's wide world of sports but george ray turned it down because his wife didn't wanna move to los angeles so he would stay here and in the early 70s start his work at caissoti s nine i'm mark christopher komo news your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news is money business news.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on WTVN
"Thirty nine at your severe weather station news radio 610 wtvn ohio voters soundly rejecting issued two on tuesday adel with prescription drug prices gert steiner heavy no one is she to campaign says voters who turned out heather mind's made up our polling showed that by the time we get to election day that the vast majority of the vote against issue to was there were voting definitely though though appeal will vote definitely no they're not confused but dennis willard who is part of the yes on issue to campaign was clearly disappointed of the voters have spoken tonight what we have learned is that seventy five million dollars uh can convince people to vote against their own best interests in the final vote had about eighty percent rejecting that proposal from abc news i'm sherry preston aides the anniversary of president trump's election but then he races this past election day went the democrat the two heavyweight bouts were quick knockouts democrat phil murphy will be the next governor in new jersey virginia looked like a tight race until ralph northern delivered a nine point win down ballots in the virginia state assembly more than a dozen red seats turn blew the biggest and around in a century a women in washington cement the democratic our throughout the west coast president trump weighed in on twitter saying at gillespie lost virginia because he didn't it embraced trumpism enough but the president's thirty seven point approval rating could give other candidates pause in 2018 abc's brad mielke some first across the country in seattle jenny durkin became the city's first openly lesbian mayor i i trust us to show the other washington how we can really put progressive values to work to show that we are a better place than donald trump says we are openly transgender women were elected to the minneapolis city council and the virginia state house the city of hoboken new jersey also elected that state's first seek american mayor president trump is in china trying to put more pressure on north korea before leaving south korea the president said the us won't be intimidated by pyonyang the air force admitting it made a mistake stake would have failed to share church shooter devon kelly's convictions that the fbi members of congress want to make sure it doesn't happen again lawmakers for and against tricked or gun regulation have.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"In the getting you know for three years to nine seventy five million dollars something in that rain also route no question i think that i don't think anyone at what would have thought that this would come to that and so it will lose all clip all the money in it there's a lot more people in epa surat walking glow out try to make money and it's a it's a different world we you know i guess the only thing you can say use you reap foot each this is great nery slips being let's shoulder now retailer and now i can't come up with any better explanation for frac it's interesting to see how the nba is handled the whole national anthem flag saying versus the nfl seems like the nba gathered writers this so far as gotten of right in the nfl wiped out twelve with a pretty shock right i think they probably observe what was going on with the nfl onset set like we gotta we've got to get ahead absolutely man because i that's probably what happened the mall i think a good slot and let me make a good drop of something like living in san antonio they look show we all know in social issues in our country and all over the world we all goggles racism all whoever he and social injustice whatever that means uh the patch i could get anywhere actually had the the magic bullet other silverbullet if if they probably would but you know i just think people a people an extra two it everything cakes time and it's never going to be perfect but you're not authentic what we're trying to do is try to perfect something try to make perfect sense trump let's leading run by imperfect human beings which we all off the i hate me so i hope i'd like to warring no no no you know i was the one who took you down this path and you know i i uh we we we covered the basketball in over a segment here but i do think it's interesting because i i think the original love pointed capper neck was making was live basically black lives matter and if i had twenty minutes to talk to him i would say you know what.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on WTMA
"And guess what mr tillerson has no problem with that none mr netanyahu and his team at objected to the iran deal as has president trump himself as of eyes since day one tillerson wants to penalize the israeli government by seventy five million dollars because under the deal with obama the israelis you're not allowed to criticise the dealer try to change it did you know that so in tillerson's where the iranians get one hundred fifty billion dollars to build nukes and icbms and the spread terrorism all over the middle east and then to our country yes lommel nazi regime in tehran which murdered american soldiers never forget it murdered american soldiers mr tillerson doesn't want that deal repealed either so in tillerson's world in the state department's world the ambassador to israel from the united states should keep its mouth shut mr abbas welcome into the united states an kiss should speak any time he wants that the us should not cut off funds to elbasan fought todd despite the fact they use some of our tax dollars to get pensions and subsidize the families of murders and this is the state department tell us in world that guy needs to go in my humble opinion anyway i thought that speech by the son of the leader of hamas was right on right there in the un right there among the palestinians oh my goodness show how root of him all right more to get to including your calls i'll be right back over him twelve fifty wtma wtma dot com are you sick and tired of being sick and tired wouldn't you rather be.
"seventy five million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The short sale during the process in 2012 the shades are allegedly told the homeowner everything was normal after asking for one thousand dollars upfront while taking another five grand later on the mortgage company came calling in 2014 and the homeowner lost the house if convicted to faces up to five years in prison work had pressing on at the side of the frazier sinkhole county executive mark hackel and become county drank commissioner candace miller took a trip underground today to check out the progress first of all i just want to say i want everyone to understand that we are on schedule we might even be a little bit ahead of schedule and we're also on budget and fingers crossed we might even be a little bit below budget the budget is seventy five million dollars installation of the new pipe is expected to be completed by the end of the month and the nfl's preseason will begin on sunday for the lions as they clashed with the indianapolis colts we get the preview now from wwl tony ortiz one thing that you can expect to happen on sunday is that the lions starters will play on about a quarter in the preseason opener against the cult which means that you should be watching early if you want to get a chance to see quarterback matthew stafford on the field stafford was asked earlier this week as a nineyear veteran what can he get out of the preseason you know i think ever year have new teammates writes he got a your team is different your team is going to be new you gotta get to know everybody gotta get to know what they like to do what they're good whether or not so good at and you know getting in there and get your feet wet in these preseason games with those guys and can understand in your own teammates is a is a big president for me that clip comes courtesy of detroit lions dot com kickoff sunday afternoon from indianapolis will take place at one thirty at.