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Moderna Starts Phase 3 Trial For Its Coronavirus Vaccine; MRNA Stock Jumps

MarketFoolery

01:30 min | Last month

Moderna Starts Phase 3 Trial For Its Coronavirus Vaccine; MRNA Stock Jumps

"Shares of Moderna up nearly ten percent after the biotech company said it received an additional four hundred seventy two million dollars from the government to support the development of a potential vaccines. This comes on the same day. That MODERNA is beginning phase three study of the vaccine, a much more robust study with thirty thousand people. Yes this study, which as you mentioned is thirty thousand Americans mostly in areas that have been highly impacted by the COVID pandemic. Half those people are getting placebos. Half are getting the vaccine. We'll see how this pans out. Obviously everybody including myself are keeping their fingers crossed that we have some positive results from this phase three study, the first phase three study to be taking place here in the US, but as you. You mentioned Dirna among a handful of other healthcare technology companies are getting payments from the federal government to help speed up the process of vaccine, testing and Vaccine Development. I just want to caution investors. There's probably not going to be a lot of pricing power on modern. Whoever else eventually comes to market with a covert vaccine? There's not going to be a lot of pricing power for those vaccines they're going to be. Pressed to sell these vaccines for essentially no money down for the purpose of obviously preventing more Americans and more people internationally from dying, so it's great news as a person as a consumer as an American I'm very happy here as an investor, it doesn't change my opinion about the company.

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Moderna Starts Phase 3 Trial For Its Coronavirus Vaccine

Squawk Pod

02:06 min | Last month

Moderna Starts Phase 3 Trial For Its Coronavirus Vaccine

"Corona, virus cases continue to rise hot spots across the country Madonna Therapeutics is racing to find a vaccine, and as of this weekend it has four hundred seventy two million dollars in government support today marks the launch of Maderna's phase three Cova vaccine study conducted in collaboration with the NIH and the Anti Madeira Develops. Drugs based on what's called. MESSENGER or a these genetic molecules carry instructions from your DNA to other parts of the body to develop certain healthy proteins. The race for a vaccine is moving at an unprecedented pace. There are nearly two hundred candidates development with twenty seven, being tested in humans, the goal getting some kind of. Of FDA nod of approval by next year, although the first vaccine likely won't solve all of our corona virus problems, it's a start and every time markets catch wind of a vaccine approval on the twenty twenty one horizon they respond, which has meant for some Pharma executives big prophets at Madeira Multiple exacts including the CEO you'll hear from in a moment changed their stock. Sale plans this year. Yielding hefty payouts after Cohen, nineteen vaccine trials showed positive results. There are no current allegations of insider trading at Medina, although since news of these stock sales came to light SEC chairman. Jay Clayton joined TV broadcast with a suggestion for companies like modern. I encourage companies to get out there. Disclose where they stand. And limit the amount of sense now it's not possible to limit all touched information. You've got to be negotiations, but limited speculation as to where your company stands. As we move forward and then with respect to things like financing Possible changes in operations, material changes in the way. You do your. Business Practice, good corporate hygiene announce them as soon as you can and before you're able to announce them. Keep that information as tight as possible. The News of Maderna's phase three trial, and it's fresh infusion of government. Cash is a good thing for vaccine hopes,

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Wizards' Beal: Trade rumors 'a sign of respect'

The Stephen A. Smith Show

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Wizards' Beal: Trade rumors 'a sign of respect'

"Finally have now heard from Bradley. Beal the wizard star as he was asked about being part of trade rumors and even the middle of a pandemic is name has emerged. The New York Daily News last week reported that the nets had internal discussions about pursuing the twenty six year old guard. Who signed a two year? Seventy two million dollars extension in October his quote the first time. I've heard this kind of talk. It's interesting to me. I look at it as a sign of respect that I've been doing good things and guys WanNa play for me so obviously Bradley beal keeping a little perspective here in a reminder that the nets nowhere near done dealing as they're going to continue to try and gear up next year or some sort of a run at the NBA Championship.

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Atlanta - Kemp expands coronavirus task force with community outreach committee

Chris Burns

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Atlanta - Kemp expands coronavirus task force with community outreach committee

"Georgia has a new coronavirus task force committee the governor also today announcing a sixty member community outreach committee he says the committee made up of folks from the public and private sectors will ensure that our state remains prepared in the fight against covert nineteen this is Georgia preps for surgeon coronavirus patients governor camp in the state's coronavirus task force say the state will spend seventy two million dollars to add about three hundred hospital beds and medical staff around the state that includes temporary medical units headed to Atlanta Albany in Rome with the fourth on stand by hard hit Albany will also get twelve million dollars to add medical staff governor camps is the project's been underway for weeks based on modeling and recommendations from public health emergency

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Atlanta - State spends $72 million for extra hospital beds, staff around Georgia

Handel on the Law

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Atlanta - State spends $72 million for extra hospital beds, staff around Georgia

"Georgia is prepping for a big surge in corona virus patients WSP is Jennifer Perry reports governor camp in the state's coronavirus task force say the state will spend seventy two million dollars to add about three hundred hospital beds and medical staff around the state that includes temporary medical units headed to Atlanta Albany in Rome with the fourth on stand by hard hit Albany will also get twelve million dollars to add medical staff governor camps is the project's been under way for weeks based on modeling and recommendations from public health emergency officials

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The Value of Employee Engagement (part 4) with Nathan Rogge

Podcast | Don Rheem

07:30 min | 7 months ago

The Value of Employee Engagement (part 4) with Nathan Rogge

"I'm delighted to welcome. Nathan Ruggie the President and CEO of the Bank of Southern California where he's worked since two thousand six last year Nathan was recognized as a most admired. Ceo by the San Diego Business Journal and under his leadership. The Bank was honored as one of the city's best places to work. Welcome Nathan and thanks for being here today. Tell us a little bit about the Bank of Southern California and your work culture. They're a little background on. The bank was started under a different name out in a rural portion of San Diego in really tiny little organization. I always like to tell people that that bank got in trouble with the regulators before it was sexy to get in trouble with the regulators before the recession. And we've really spent a lot of time taking that little rural banking transforming it into what we aspire to be which is a regional. Bank focused on small and medium-sized businesses in southern California. You've got a lot of competition. What what distinguishes you from similar banks in the area. That's a great point. In fact southern California fifth sixth largest economy in the world there are literally an infinite amount of financial institutions and or competition out. There we do. I think that by being extremely focused on that small to medium size business client a client. Who really needs a relationship with the bank and is is an important aspect in a we focus on really experienced bankers in the market that we serve. And maybe our little knitter way. We hope to differentiate ourselves as we'd like to move fast incompetently so we spent a lot of time on that. That's that's who we are because there are there are like I said an infinite amount of choices for clients. Well I I love those. Two distinguishing characteristics relational agile that as a small businessman myself. That would be wonderful. Because I don't have that in my regionally so I haven't found yet I know you're very aspirational. And where you WANNA go. Every time I come out and we measure engagement you have more employees. Because you've acquired it seems like additional banks in all of this growth. You're involved with Nathan. Why pause if you will and have this focus on employee engagement and measure it. Let's go back to that comment about growth. You know the tiny little bank that I started with was about thirty. Six million dollars in total assets that means loans and the offsetting deposits. We have if you look backwards. We've doubled the size of the bank about every three years now. Obviously going from thirty six million to seventy two million dollars is a lot easier feet than going from five hundred million to a billion but the concept is still the same witches repeating that process of providing an amazing experience for your clients and doing it with what we believe. Important component isn't a highly engaged employees group. Now when you're growing like that you do have this interesting dynamic. Which is you're looking organically to grow and we do that very well but then we do an acquisition about one everyone to two years and so that means bringing on an entire group of people who didn't necessarily sign up to work for you. Yeah and so. Come in with highly engaged workforce to start out and also be able to explain to those new employees that are coming on board who we are what we aspire to be as very important and so the engagement component of this for those employees is really one of the biggest concerns and. I also think the one of the reasons why we're so successful a lot of people that leaders that feel that they're focused on employee. Engagement are actually very focused on employee satisfaction. And we see. The two is completely different. Employee satisfaction being an attitude employee. Engagement being a behavior. But how do you see as a leader? Is this just about making employees happy or is this something else might perception? And maybe this is a little selfish is going back to those clients that I want to serve. In the hyper competitive environment is the only way to provide an amazing customer. Experience is to do it with empowered and engaged employees. And so to your point. This isn't so much about satisfaction. I mean I hope that everyone is is satisfied but more importantly I'm really concerned about. Do the understand how they fit into the organization. Y. What they do every day is so important to the overall cause of providing a great customer experience to those small medium sized businesses. And you know it's interesting Nathan because the the research bears that out one study correlated employee engagement at point eight five with customer engagement. That is it's almost a one to one relationship. If if you could increase employee engagement by ten percent than would make sense. The customer engagement would go up by eight and a half percent but the customer experience is what develops that emotional connection with a company. We talk about creating emotional velcro between an employee and employer. But you're also in the business of creating emotional velcro between the bank and the customer. I think the challenge in banking or finance and a lot of businesses might have this his. Most people don't wake up in the morning and decide that they want. It changed their bank. In fact I can think of about a million things I'd rather do rather than change. My Bank is on the business owner. So once you're at that spot one year trying to figure out who do I want to have that relationship on go forward and how do I make sure that I'm working with the right company and I think those engaged employees show that they are the right people to be working with? I also think on the other hand that once you come to bank with us there is very little chance that you're going to leave now once again. I can't one hundred percent guarantee that on a transactional I don't know real estate loans but when it comes to the true relationship of where my deposits are maybe where my line of credit is things where I need to be working with the bank on a daily basis. That's where we think we shine and that's by the way where we think. Those engaged employees are so important so when when we measure engagement like we do with you. Year over year there's always a group of employees that fall into the category of either actively disengaged or somewhat disengaged what is the danger of those employees in your mind. Why is it so important to know how many they are and where they are? I think identification does help to the the recognition of understanding that you do have these people in the organization. And and at least in generalities where they're located. My particular concern is when they are a customer facing. Yeah just understanding that that will translate into a poor customer experience. And that's GonNa Affect our bottom line. I think one of the other challenges particularly early on was understanding that some of those most disengaged employees were also some key positions and had been at the bank for a while and I think that was definitely an eye opener and to your point. That's a challenge. You know these aren't people that you just walk in you know it's not a good fit. Have a nice day. Yes you know systemic to the organization so obviously very happy with where our numbers have gone. But I think It's that original identification or acknowledgment. Hey we all have a problem. We think we've got it figured out. There's a lot of work to be done and I think that's paid off. I understanding that it exists and then getting it out in the open talking to the staff on a very regular basis about how important engagement is to us in how we view it and then letting them see how particularly how the surveys are used to their benefit.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:16 min | 9 months ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"At special agent in charge of the FBI Dallas bureau Matthew to Sarno number two New York governor Andrew Cuomo is calling it an act of domestic terrorism it is an American cancer that is spreading in the body politic an intruder with a machete burst into the home of a Hasidic rabbi in the New York City suburb of Mansi Saturday night to stabbing five people just as they were gathering to light candles for Hanukkah two are in serious or critical condition NYPD picked up suspect Grafton Thomas hours later in Harlem he's held on five million dollars bond New York city's been grappling with a disturbing upsurge in anti semitic attacks this holiday season and number three a winter storm the cause slick roads and highway closures along the front range in eastern plains over the weekend will center over northern Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan today I seventy from the Denver area all the way to the Kansas state line was shut down parts of southern California got more rain and snow overnight a few inches in the same area that was shocked by post Christmas no the closed a major interstate and stranded motorists outside LA an Ohio doctor accused of ordering drug overdoses in the deaths of twenty five hospital patients is suing his former employer for defamation Dr William his old suit against the Columbus area Mount Carmel health system in Trinity health maintains the near death patients died from their illnesses not the powerful painkiller fentanyl used to was indicted in June on twenty five counts of murder and has pleaded not guilty the Idaho you main society help firefighters and has made gear and oxygen masks to air at the home of an apparent animal hoarder from pop potentially toxic levels of ammonia from animal waste the woman charged with fifty eight counts of animal cruelty after authorities rescued fifty five dogs and three cats from her at six hundred square foot home and of course big winner this weekend at the box office Star Wars the rise of sky worker another seventy two million dollars to tighten its grip on the top of the box office tell you I know it's been some rough weather around the country but here in the northeast it's been almost too nice almost too warm to go to the movies like we must feel like we want to go outside and frolic here during the holidays I did a little yard work yesterday my daffodils are coming up I'm not happy about this the most wonderful time of the year soon thanks very much six minutes now in front of.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

"American cancer that is spreading in the body politic an intruder with a machete burst into the home of a Hasidic rabbi in the New York City suburb of Mansi Saturday night to stabbing five people just as they were gathering to light candles for Hanukkah two are in serious or critical condition NYPD picked up suspect Grafton Thomas hours later in Harlem he's held on five million dollars bond New York city's been grappling with a disturbing upsurge in anti semitic attacks this holiday season and number three a winter storm the cause slick roads and highway closures along the front range in eastern plains over the weekend will center over northern Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan today I seventy from the Denver area all the way to the Kansas state line was shut down parts of southern California got more rain and snow overnight a few inches in the same area that was shocked by post Christmas no the closed a major interstate and stranded motorists outside LA an Ohio doctor accused of ordering drug overdoses in the deaths of twenty five hospital patients is suing his former employer for defamation Dr William his old suit against the Columbus area Mount Carmel health system in Trinity health maintains the near death patients died from their illnesses not the powerful painkiller fentanyl used to was indicted in June on twenty five counts of murder and has pleaded not guilty the Idaho you main society help firefighters and hazmat gear and oxygen masks to air at the home of an apparent animal hoarder from pot potentially toxic levels of ammonia from animal waste the woman charged with fifty eight counts of animal cruelty after authorities rescued fifty five dogs and three cats from her at six hundred square foot home and of course big winner this weekend at the box office Star Wars the rise of Scott worker another seventy two million dollars to tighten its grip on the top of the box office tell you I know it's been some rough weather around the country but here in the northeast it's been almost too nice almost too warm to go to the movies like we must feel like we want to go outside and frolic here during the holidays I did a little yard work as they might daffodils are coming up I'm not happy about this the most wonderful time of the year soon thanks very much six minutes now in front of.

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'The Rise of Skywalker' Fuels Hearty Holiday Box Office

KYW 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

'The Rise of Skywalker' Fuels Hearty Holiday Box Office

"Home Star Wars the rise of sky Walker easily surpassed its competition over the holidays repeating in first place with an estimated seventy two million dollars the ninth and final film in the sky Walker saga now commands a three hundred forty one million dollar domestic gross and over seven hundred four million dollars at the global box office in Hollywood I'm Rick

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‘Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker’ Pulls In $72 Million During Box Office Weekend

The Gateway Radio Show with Robert Sidell

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

‘Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker’ Pulls In $72 Million During Box Office Weekend

"Star Wars the rise of sky Walker brought in seventy two million dollars over the weekend to remain the top earning film in North America the new film adaptation of the literary classic little women had the sixteen and a half million dollar weekend this is CBS

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'Skywalker' rises again; 'Little Women' go big at box office

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

'Skywalker' rises again; 'Little Women' go big at box office

"This will be the final word Star Wars episode nine brought is seventy two million dollars what happened yeah another franchise movie Jumanji the next level came in second with thirty five point three million I'm working on a novel it is a story of my life and my sisters make it short and spicy and of the main characters a girl make sure she's married by the and little women the latest retelling of the Louisa may Alcott classic was third with sixteen point five million law frozen spies in disguise rounded out the top five at the box office I'm Julie Walker

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New defense bill secures $146 million for improvements at Camp Pendleton

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

New defense bill secures $146 million for improvements at Camp Pendleton

"Officials at camp Pendleton are very happy to hear that the base south of San Clemente we'll be getting one hundred forty six million dollars for new construction as part of the twenty twenty defense budget approved by Congress and the president they say that funding is critical to ensuring the continued support and reading as of the marines and sailors station at the base and improving daily life for them and their families the money include seventy two million dollars to build a new mess hall and warehouse thirty nine million for new marine information center and eighteen million to replace an ambulatory care facility and a dental

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Colder thirty one degrees and still clouds over Boston but son to the west of the city it is nine oh five and so we take a look at more news this morning the MBTA would love to get a new ticket pricing system in place that cuts low income riders a bit of a break but governor Charlie Baker tells WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe that's not where his head is at I asked governor Baker what he thinks about some MBTA board members who want to move forward with a pilot that would allow low income riders to pay less for their fares the governor said the fiscal and management control board should really be focusing on safety after a recent review the raised a lot of significant issues that the team needs to work on going forward on safety created a road map for and everybody said safety should be the tea is number one priority we agree I would like to see the fiscal management control board work with the general manager and the secretary to make sure that that safety John it doesn't get lost because that was a wake up call for us all in fall river Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio we finally have a winner in the mega millions jackpot and please know it the likely was not you with the winning ticket was sold just outside Cleveland it is valued at three hundred seventy two million dollars this is the twentieth time that a winning mega millions ticket has been sold in Ohio Massachusetts lottery officials telling us this morning there were no major prizes in this state the best we could do here was a million dollars that's not bad it is a love hate a relationship going on now between Amazon and fed ex and these days it's fed ex getting all the hate Amazon seems to think fed ex's ground service is just too slow more than half of the items sold on Amazon dot com come from third party sellers and it's now banning them from using the ground service to deliver to prime members the temporary ban.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 9 months ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Days this holiday season customers are likely to experience congestion getting to or from the airport so please leave additional travel time and consider mass transit well the weather has cleared and now comes the cold here's our chief meteorologist Craig Allen with the extra gin weather forecast even getting colder too who over the next twenty four forty eight hours or so it will be the coldest outbreak we've seen so far this season and winter doesn't arrive until Saturday evening sun mixing with clouds today and there could be some flurries maybe even brief heavier snow shower moving through the area late today and this evening and highs will be just in the middle thirties just a little bit higher than it was yesterday at least we'll have some sunshine for awhile though clearing windy bitter bitter bitter tonight your dropping into the teens wind chills zero to ten Thursday sunny but it's a blustery day and it's only twenty five to thirty so you combine that with those winds it's going to feel like it's in the team's all afternoon Friday sunny still quite cold thirty to thirty five Saturday thirty five to forty Sunday mostly sunny and a little bit more seasonable high forty to forty five right now for the city it's thirty two humidity seventy two percent with northwesterly winds today sigh in the middle thirties T. meteorologist Craig Allen W. CBS news time five fifty who wouldn't want a third of a billion dollars for the holidays a winning mega millions ticket worth three hundred and seventy two million dollars was sold at a giant eagle supermarket in mentor a suburb of Cleveland Ohio whoever one clearly did not play birthdays three of the winning numbers were in the fifties CBS has released a statement about the first ever E. junction of a contestant from survivor the contestants name is dance bilo he got removed from the show for unwanted touching but.

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Eagles sign Lane Johnson to rich contract extension

Bogey and Wojo

00:08 sec | 10 months ago

Eagles sign Lane Johnson to rich contract extension

"The eagles agreeing to a five year contract extension with right tackle lane Johnson reportedly worth seventy two million dollars including fifty four and a half mil in

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Oklahoma judge reduces Johnson & Johnson opioid payout to $465 million

Home and Garden Show

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Oklahoma judge reduces Johnson & Johnson opioid payout to $465 million

"Johnson and Johnson gets a break your Kerry Laki Cleveland county judge that ball coming on Friday addressed a math error he made back in August when he ordered Johnson Johnson to pay the state of Oklahoma five hundred seventy two million dollars to help abate the opioid crisis Bachmann has reduced that amount to four hundred sixty five million dollars he admits he miscalculated in his original award how much it would cost to develop a program for treating babies born addicted to opioids is is the cost should have been one hundred seven thousand dollars and not one hundred seven

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Beal, Wizards agree to 2-year, $72M extension

The Greg Hill Show

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Beal, Wizards agree to 2-year, $72M extension

"Weekend breaking news from the NBA moose wizards guard Bradley Beal reportedly signing a two year seventy two million dollar Max extension that creates a four year agreement worth one hundred thirty email I'm sure much much more than that on the latest edition of basketball drives I'm sure Mike the schedule yeah we will be

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Stefon Diggs on trade rumors: “There's truth to all rumors”

NFL Live

09:02 min | 1 year ago

Stefon Diggs on trade rumors: “There's truth to all rumors”

"But we will start in Minnesota we we stefan digs and his current situation the vikings white out missed practice for undisclosed reasons yesterday and it led to speculation about his future with the Vikings today today dig said he has not requested a trade but did admit there is true to all the reverse. He said that he's unsure. His agent has talked to the Vikings and what has transpired can't sit up here like everything is everything is okay his obviously not but but I can't say at this point it just trying to work. Do I feel like there's no matter how you sit up. I won't be saved speaking on that off off. Everybody's known to be rethinking the next one that team guy always predicting but for myself. I never made it just about me. I've never been that kind of so my resume persona kind of speaks for itself. I've never been to got to kind of be off. Be like me me me and wanting to have success. I WANNA have team. Success is always what I've been pushing them always without push so my language was stated saying whether I'm giving many opportunities not not not a lot. Have you asked for trade if you haven't communicated anything more so the conversation has been about teen and China had success food ah I haven't spoke to them you gotTa talk to play Sunday. hopefully then you play. I like football. I want to be part of I want to the apart play football on Sundays on CBS practice today you anticipate house and I feel a little bit better as to Yeah Courtney Cronin joins us now from Minnesota. She was there when dig spoke and Courtney. You heard him say. There's there's truth to all those rumors. What's your take a what exactly he met. Wendy he kept repeating that phrase multiple times throughout his media the reliability this morning and I think that that's him not completely closing the door that we're all he did say when I asked him straight out dicky requested trade you want lots traded and he said I had not communicated that and then obviously you have to follow up about his agent. You didn't fully close the door saying that no. I wanted to be your completely like that. Is there some uproot that there might be some validity what we've been hearing me Hainan seeing that this has been something that's been brewing probably for a little bit of time now so. I think what you were. Each phrase wants to continue to say it while he did say walk this year and he's been here for five years. He loves everything about teammates. I think he's questioned what you have to bring his question about whether he's feel value. He does have a role in the offense but it is minutes role than it was US last year and obviously you've been obsolete. I come in the steam because that kind of brings things to a head to where we're at right now. Wondering are we've seen the end of the era. Is this the beginning of something that we should be more concerned with or just going to blow over eventually because feel there's fire. I'm Greg it courtney. Thank you yeah I think in this case. It's fair to say there is some fire that smokes coming from Joe Joe. I'll ask you first of all about attentional trade market for digs if he were to move on well. I spoke to a team last night that I know would specifically definitely be interested in step on just because they expressly told me that and then last night I think an inquiry was made in they came back and said that they were told that Stefan was not going to be on the market and I see we're hearing during that today in terms of other people following up on the reporting what we do know about stuff on digs at here's a career worst three catches per game and five targets per game and and even though he's coming off a career-best production with over a thousand receiving yards and nine touchdowns his production in the two years prior to this season. It's still been under Adam Adam feeling and you know he's working with the new offensive coordinator and Kevin Stefanski and prior to that obviously was Pat Shurmur. WHO's the head coach of the giant so I think talk. You're looking at a receiver who feels like he can do more. You might even feel like he's the best receiver on the team and he's right. He is not a Mimi Guy in terms terms of how he portrays himself publicly. I've covered him a lot of times. I was there for the Minnesota miracle of so many of his games and by comparison you would definitely not put him out there but off in that sense but just listening to his words and the fact that he did leave the door open with certain things that he said he is letting you know that he is frustrated in that also think that that it fits within the era of athletes right now this season and last season being more vocal about their situations taking more control of where they feel like they can best flourish and I'm getting the hint although I have not talked to him directly or his agent that he's trying to let people know that he feels like everything is not completely kosher dill. It's funny you say that Joe Joe and I think Steve Young. You made the point two weeks ago with the genie sort of being out of the bottle I this is another example of a player. I think trying to sort take some control of a situation a situation that from his perspective is not working the way he'd like it to work yeah. I think it's a direct reflection on the quarterback play that that's been in Minnesota. Obviously his diminished role isn't because of injury or lack of talent. It's because the quarterback isn't getting everybody the ball right. Now I think last ask year when you see how everyone was involved in Adam dealing was getting the football step on digs with everyone was happy. Everyone was performing. Everyone was getting the ball. There were schematically. There were in situations where both of these guys were making big plays and that's what you're used to seeing from the Vikings and I think this year those players just aren't there and there's plays aren't there for those plays aren't necessarily there for Stefan digs for any of those past catches right now because of the quarterback play and I don't know if that's schematics. I don't know if that's simply the quarterback but I think he's unhappy with how he's being utilized and he's taking things into his own hands and to his credit. I've known for some time as well. He's never ever been me guy. He's never been so. This isn't necessarily about putting himself before the team I think at some point he has to look at his career and where he wants to go trajectory wise and make a decision and listening to talk. You almost felt like he had a little bit of emotion coming out when saying I'm a team guy and I'm not a me guy and I'm just trying to put the team. I listen as a football player. I know you can you've experienced this. We only have a certain amount of years and we only have a certain amount of time that we can go out there and play the game so you don't WanNa feel like that. You're wasting a season and I think that's why a lot of guys once they realize look. There's no chance for us to get to the playoffs this year. There's no chance that we're GONNA win in this division this year and teams on the flip side of that. I understand okay yeah. This season is pretty much over so let's try and get some value in some of these guys that are good football players and that's why we're seeing that more this year than maybe in years past. I thought the most interesting thing that he said Real quick when you're asking me if he was going to practice US I don't know I hope so. That's that was the less you know that he has expressed something to the team and he's maybe worried about how they reacted to. How that's what I'm thinking yeah I mean he he clearly was not one hundred percent sure you're next and Steve Young joins US now Steve. We have talked about this before given our conversations and I'm GONNA assume zoom. This doesn't surprise you that we're seeing another example of someone stepping up and saying this isn't working for me no players who are going to continue to demand what's going to be interesting. Is there is is there going to be a market and I think the Jalen Ramsey and if this situation does go forward and these guys are able to get to new teams I I think the ice will break because there are a number I mean everybody in the League has had moments star player now this star players that can do this because they're they're not. GonNa risk career other. You know non star players are not going to risk their careers to demand a trade this cut and so the star players going to say. I know there's a better place for me. I know there's a quarterback it'll throw me the ball and others office coordinator that will take care of me and that's going to continue to grow and I think this is a this is really the really important time Wendy right now awesome because of Jalen Ramsey doesn't get moved and digs does not get moved and the kind of kind of chill this whole thing and can stop it then this market will not not be kind of a burgeoning market but if they start to be able to be moved then everyone the legal realize I can make my way out of here and I wanna be somebody somewhere else and to the to the point just I it was victor. Rodman raw made it but the average career is three point two years in the NFL players are very aware of it. If I'm going to be great I'm going to be great right now. Well there's no question is a pivotal point in the league. We'll see digs by the way signed a five-year seventy two million dollars extension last year the thirteenth highest paid receiver currently in the

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The maker of OxyContin will reportedly pay billions to settle opioid epidemic lawsuits

The Takeaway

01:00 min | 1 year ago

The maker of OxyContin will reportedly pay billions to settle opioid epidemic lawsuits

"The United States continues to struggle with opioid addiction nationwide more than one hundred thirty people die every day from an opioid overdose and now states across the country are holding manufacturers and distributors of opioids accountable for their role in creating what they say is an epidemic last month Johnson and Johnson was ordered to pay five hundred and seventy two million dollars in Oklahoma which pursued the first civil case against the drug manufacturer for causing opioid related deaths in October some of the country's largest drug manufacturers and distributors will face trial in a major consolidated lawsuit made up of some two thousand cases for municipalities across the country the Sackler family owners of Purdue pharma which make oxycontin is in settlement talks and could be on the brink of filing for bankruptcy and now in the lead up to the October trial new reporting shows that as early as two thousand and one Johnson and Johnson were aware of how would detective there fentanyl patches actually

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"See a rock ways like this dot com like later into the fall or even sometimes early in the spring when it's still so cold I feel like it's just not on top of mind for the city the city is urging people to utilize its fifty three public polls which are open at Rockaway beach back Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eight the cost of the opioid crisis is more than just Uman it's a crisis that authorities and those who run treatment programs have been fighting for years the opioid epidemic and according to the fiscal policy institute the crisis cost Long Island eight billion dollars every year the reason because of medical expenses lost productivity by workers and economic losses in fact according to the report the total for Long Island because of private health care costs one hundred seventy two million dollars Sofia hall WCBS newsradio eight eighty it's twelve eleven. Hey is this a flex our bank of America wants to know what would you like the power to do I'm speaking with Larry to read a regional president from bank of America hearing the DMV thanks for coming you bet what do you do to take care of your employees the people mourn the B. them and more people wanting to work for bank of America at bank of America has Mott business model of responsible growth we have to grow of course but we have to do it by managing risk serving the client we want to be a great place to work that includes compensation we just announced our minimum starting wage is going to go up from seventeen dollars an hour to twenty dollars an hour in two thousand twenty one we have a comprehensive health benefits we have sixteen weeks of paid family leave we offer twenty days a bereavement leave bank America is a great program called life event services where someone's going through a transition.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Seventy two million dollars on Long Island alone Sofia holder B. C. B. S. news radio eight eighty WCBS news time a time for a check of traffic and weather together and we'll start with traffic you're simulcasts alright we have a class that takes out the right lane in the Bronx river parkway southbound approaching keystream on delays are back to Pelham parkway and another crash being recorded on the south bound brown so partly approaching Aleshin those of Lee's head back to gun hill road looks like trouble cleared from the F. T. are we had a crash southbound on your twentieth and another crash south and if you are near fifty third on their armors Italy's from both and we have a also a crash report on the cross island south bend approaching Jamaica Avenue that's got a lease to lean on very heavy delays in Sioux now we have a broken down vehicle looks like it's been cleared actually from the right lane on the van with south bound just after Roosevelt Avenue and over to the east bound belt parkway where ways users are reporting a crash taking at least one lane just pass cross bay Boulevard very heavy delays stretch back past Pennsylvania and we have construction on the New England Thruway north bound that will slow you down approaching the Connecticut state line with the left lane out road work on the cross Bronx he's down here castle have any takes out the center lane and over New Jersey construction closes struck one in nine old lanes both directions between. or forty Jersey city and Central Avenue in Kearney utility a poll still being worked on that's down causing moldings on route three east Bennett Bloomfield Avenue in Clifton and expect a slow ride a dude would work on the east an extension getting past liberty state park no troubles at the crossings in our next traffic up in less than ten minutes on WCBS and now weather for the next five days at no extra cost here is Bob smer burning out clear to partly cloudy tonight low temperatures reaching sixty two in the city.

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Opioid crisis costs Long Island nearly $8 billion a year

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Opioid crisis costs Long Island nearly $8 billion a year

"On islands opioid crisis now carries a hefty price tag WCBS reporter so feel hall has the latest figures when you total up the medical expenses lost productivity by workers in economic losses the total equals eight billion dollars that is what the opioid crisis calls Long Island per year a new study by the fiscal policy institute also shows that one in four new Yorkers say they have had a family member friend or acquaintance that is died because of an opioid overdose and the total in private health care costs because of the epidemic one hundred seventy two million dollars on Long Island

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Purdue Pharma in discussion on $12 billion offer to settle opioid lawsuits

All Things Considered

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Purdue Pharma in discussion on $12 billion offer to settle opioid lawsuits

"Settlement talks to resolve more than two thousand opioid lawsuits against Purdue pharma continued today that company is at the center of the nation's opioid epidemic as north country public radio's Brian Mann reports Johnson and Johnson and other drug firms are also looking to cut deals a government source close to the negotiations confirm to NPR produ farmer was in talks with state attorneys general a federal judge and others at a location in Ohio published reports suggest the deal could involve payments of up to twelve billion dollars and a bankruptcy process that would force the sector family give up ownership the same source said settlement talks with Johnson and Johnson scheduled for Thursday this follows a five hundred and seventy two million dollar ruling against Johnson and Johnson in an opioid case earlier this week in Oklahoma the company says it will appeal but in the email to NPR said they are open to a settlement to smaller drug firms aller Ganon endo have reached tentative deals

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Elizabeth Warren have surged ahead of Joe Biden the latest Monmouth poll the slow slow steady decline of Joe Biden continues Bernie in a lukewarm between of forty percent Kamel Harris at eight percent we had peed put a judge and Cory Booker at four percent everybody's hard left Joe Biden they allegedly moderate K. not a hard left to their all fallout they're just all falling out they're gonna go hard left for the Democrats that three way tie Sanders warning Biden bad news for the Democrats burner register and vote for a Bernie you're a Republican get out there but you Democrats in the house are mad at Nancy Pelosi there and swing state they're in swing districts their newly elected Democrats and fourteen of them have gone door and said we want to vote on the north American treaty act it will pass the Senate should pass the house has passed candidates pass Mexico Nancy Pelosi of not letting job into America the Democrats don't want to give trouble when so they'll publish America it's like the United European Union trying to punish Great Britain Johnson Johnson ordered pay father in seventy film five hundred and seventy two million dollars in a landmark hope your trial wow now the state of Oklahoma man asking for billions and billions and billions I think like seventeen billion I got five hundred seventy five million it's still big ticket Hong Kong the real estate market is crashing in northern Virginia it's so boring different reasons turns out that real estate market doesn't cover just for all of riots and police crackdowns not bloodier brutal yet they've been crackdowns they've you know something it cannot expect this see in Portland where their teeth are threatening people or Bloomington what happened this week but now it's it's in Hong Kong meanwhile the anticipation of the arrival H. Q. two of the Amazon arrival turning northern Virginia and friendly Great Lakes cities are facing near record high waters according the Wall Street journal could be worse with higher water than ever before but you know what you can drain that and never complain about fresh water in complain about a lot of things but not fresh water over Great Britain Boris Johnson is sending a brexit sharper to Brussels to get the E. U. deal done according to telegraph the setting is chief brags that adviser over today talks between version eve special have stepped up after the prime minister's visit to Berlin and Paris last week they convince the French and the German that he's very serious about a deal but he's also Sir it's about leaving on October thirty first isn't going to be postponed I mentioned earlier in the show Ian Duncan Smith former leader of the Conservative Party wrote a column in the telegraph which just for you people wondering how deal to go shake negotiate like Boris Johnson you draw a line to say you know pledge in Ian Duncan Smith writes how are the mighty fallen two weeks ago Arden remain MPs began their attack on Boris Johnson with threats of stopping and no deal bracket in any way they could a group of conservative MP's even appallingly agreed to enter talks with Jeremy Corbyn about alternative stopgap administration then right on cue there came the leak could buy a suppose a disgruntled ex minister of report code named yellowhammer on the consequences of a no deal breaker full of doom and gloom inevitably told us that we are all as private Frasier from dad's army would say doomed I tell you're doomed perhaps the high point of absurdity right Smith came when the former chancellor Philip Hammond claiming that he knew the British people didn't vote to leave with no deal he alone appears to know what motivated people to vote for Bridget really three years after the referendum well one that our economy would collapse if we voted to leave our economy's continued to grow employment is written a record level we receive more foreign investment than any other country in the world except China Hammons concert so much a case the yellowhammer yellow hubris but as ever in politics right Jean Duncan Smith the week is proved to be a long time all this domestic rhetoric follow Boris Johnson on the planet he left last week to talk to Angela Merkel and president Maccarone his demand to drop the backstop would get short shrift the remainders charcoal he would be sent home with his tail between his legs they waited but instead both Merkel in the chrome remove willing to listen and engage far from lecturing Boris Johnson they agreed to review its demand that they ditch the backstop and try and avoid an ordeal brexit what these first encounters have exposed is the utter failure of the previous administration strategy one characterized by the sort of irrational fear that each of the soul and renders the freer full weak and powerless Mister approach negotiation to the desperate supplicant instead of the fifth largest economy in the world with unrivaled region and floats around the world Smith is feeling very bullish origine Morris's approach couldn't be more different E. U. meetings have been followed by the G. seven summit which warring labor leaders of the E. U. he and Donald Trump stole the show was strong indications of an early trade deal with the USA such UK USA arrangement would change the balance of power in the area of global trade in financial services alone we could set the global rules and regulations for years to come that's enough to make the E. very worried right Smith however there are genuine concern here that simply getting rid of the backstop isn't enough many believe that the United Kingdom really needs a basic free trade deal with the stance on regulations and terrorists well that is completed after we leave I sure ladies use but I'm saying one because I'm sure Boris understands that the deal Mrs Mays struck is a pigs breakfast under which the UK would surrender control to the E. U. far beyond the backstop this includes the doctor in a direct effective the law should allow U. K. judges to strike down acts of parliament which don't comply with the law the implementation period another problem which would spend under E. you control and vitally the fact that we would be tied into you at he you control on defense and security matters an area where we must regain our sovereignty but the prime minister also knows the Conservative Party is sitting in the last chance saloon and the reason people are coming back to supporters in polling and that's true is because he Boris Johnson has pledged to be out of the year by October thirty one he is well aware that if we fail deliver this the bridge of party will destroy our electoral prospects delivering brags that is what this country wants right Jean Duncan Smith the former leader of the conservative and it's what we have all fought for it is vital to rebuilding our sense of national respect to regaining a sense of common purpose as we reflect on the years of funk and failures in twenty sixteen we must recognize that this is at last within touching distance let's not fumble at now he concludes by rushing early to criticize the prime minister given the space you need to achieve the break that exit he promised Bravo Bravo Iain Duncan Smith abortion Donald were together by the way on Saturday night it was a it was a pretty interesting conversation right they took some questions at the at the sit down with the prime minister of Great Britain very very good question here is on Saturday night talking about Boris being the right man for the job cut number eight.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morning everyone never a doll August Tuesday Bloomberg surveillance Paul Sweeny assisting in in New York what some interesting day up all of it's centered around the bill Dudley essay release at six AM this morning it is almost borders on an historical document going back on fed policy to nineteen fifty one before lots of different opinions thank you Catherine Mann for being with us for city group and Mohammed al Arian earlier greatly appreciate help of course be heading to Cambridge next year with his new position at queens college we also think Paul Matthew was Eddie of Deutsche Bank he and I were sitting there and all of a sudden and you read the headline and went over the sub headline and went and he finishes his final word of his essay is twenty twenty yeah I'll take spring and fall into the S. A. you know we if you know the fed always says you know should not be involved in politics we are a political were above the political fray that Mister Dudley here in this essay suggesting that you know the CD's aren't present in times of this trade war discussion and right in the end and the pressure that the White House is putting on the fed maybe it's time for the fed to perhaps get a little political and doctor man really coming to the defense of bill Dudley in saying so much of what is in the essays already been said it's just the force of the former president of the New York fed fusions advance of eleven they were read earlier Dow futures up eighty eight the Vicks under twenty nicely eighteen point a nine year old commander still real fragility to the yield market ten year one point five one send and zero one eleven oh seven it's been under a one eleven one ten handle through the day but nevertheless that's what watching her that is the market's wait for China and US reaction I'm trade there was a big reaction yesterday in the pharmaceutical industry and as Paul Sweeny mention as we begin the hour in the world of litigation and towards to begin that coverage David Wilson joins us and J. and J. David yeah things have come to settle back for JJ shares at this point none the less there high error by about one and a half percent in early trading an Oklahoma judge ordered the health care company to pay only five hundred and seventy two million dollars in a lawsuit over marketing of opioid based pain killers I say only because the state had sought as much as seventy and a half billion dollars so far less than that amount to being ordered here Verizon's up one percent the wireless company was raised to quote one of buy from hold at Oppenheimer of the firm said a twelve month share prices move seventy dollars that's the highest in a Bloomberg survey Activision blizzard is up three and a half percent the video game maker introduced an online version of its walls of Warcraft classic games it's free to play for anyone with a world of Warcraft subscriptions clearly they're trying to describers exactly this online gaming service JM Smucker down six percent this call first quarter sales of the food maker missed analysts average estimate a Bloomberg survey by the most in eight years earnings also were well short of projections on the deal front Rav ones of five and a half percent people familiar with the matter said the cosmetics make will begin marketing itself to potential buyers after the Labor Day holiday Technip F. M. season one and a half percent the oil field services company do they do business is shown here are they might very well they're big in Ellen G. liquefied natural gas mother higher for second day after saying those split into two companies technique FMC was up yesterday by his point nine cents your world like half asleep right now is it like merry changes London where there's no one there music quiet out there it's quieter roomy you're finally getting to the end of August not a whole lot No Way of earnings in this case aside from smoker so yeah I mean it is things are settling down a bit they're sold stocks moved around though like this in your you yes even more so even more so okay MongoDB is up what was the reason what was that hello technician Technip FMC that was a product that was a product of a merger between Technip an FMC technologies twenty seventh the next company Mongo D. V. D. B. as in database their database software makers aga they were raised to buy from neutral city group and plan though no no laughing matter there down five and a half percent the business software maker is lower even though fiscal second quarter results stopped as missing for your forecast for race and plan had been up a hundred and twenty four percent this year to remember what is easy we just talked about anaconda copper Westinghouse people knew what we were talking about you know times J. Monaco GP okay data will be in the peer capitalize wait for September all safe I was walking down that walking to work today on Lexington Avenue owners literally nobody out I mean it five thirty morning it is certainly the last week of August anyways our good friends at Facebook unfortunately are back in the news for the election issues election tampering issues that just won't go away for this company apparently for Facebook employees call for an investigation into political firm Cambridge analytica months before the social media giant said a learned about the data scandal so to get the latest we welcome Dan Stolar dam is Bloomberg long privacy reporter joins us on the studio line Dan thanks so much for being with us what's the latest with this Cambridge analytica thing it continues to be troublesome for Facebook yes so this past week DC and Facebook reached a deal to release these internal communications and that's part of our DC Attorney General cari scenes Atkinson protection suit in a company over these concerns and that's a bunch of five part of a bunch of other state actions including multi state group of cook county case and a open your investigation so then it seems like again employees are saying Hey we knew about this the Cambridge analytica thing well before the company seems to disclose that it had learned about it so is this more exposure here for Facebook predicted an anti CD thank yes calls into question their time line of when they learned about it so re scene has said that they learned about that in September twenty fifteen and through the emails that shows that Facebook says there's two separate timelines at at issue when internal employees call for this investigation when the call came in a like a sketchy modeling data modeling company then when they learned about in December twenty fifteen when Alexander Cogan who created the app behind this whole issue a soul data to Cambridge analytica so they're saying there's some issues there but received another people on it are trying to expose summertime mines and some of the issues along behind the platform so it as we get closer and closer to the twenty twenty election what is Facebook saying that they have done are doing will do to try to make sure see that this does not happen again that the potential third party nefarious players don't misuse the Facebook up platforms yes I spoke with them after the internal communications early were were released and they had changed a lot of their platform policy sense so far more disclosure about political ads at the same time in the president trump's campaign is pretty open about they're still using Facebook on to target voters and are one of the most influential buyers on the platform for political ads so yeah there's gonna be a lot more action yeah on the platform but it's less about third parties using that that you're sophisticated this house Facebook doing case street I mean I mean they got more money than god how are they love being up differently than anybody else is going to the only hire lobbyists that were T. shirts the cost four hundred Bucks well actually what other lobbyists here the normal suit wearing case street people see from the movies back in the day yeah one of the one of the bigger firms and now they're spending at least in court to around two million dollars but that's the same amount that Amazon and Google spending and that's probably tied to the larger larger tech lash issue in general but you know they're they're quite active and hire a lot of outside groups beyond the lobbying groups as well so is the what ifs give us a sense kind of with in DC is this tech lash issue something that really might have some teeth for these big tech companies on the competition side probably that's where they're most concerned and that's where a lot of hearings have advance that's makes it mostly because there's a lot of any trust in competition law already on the books there's not a big there's no really national privacy law so regulators and lawmakers there are really at a loss to go after them for those issues however if there is ever a wall there they could what is privacy in one minute thanks for your time today the store we can have on for an hour what is privacy in Washington it's gonna be a cabinet position so yeah at this point are we have the FTC which goes after deceitful actions other consumer protection yeah the SEC CFPB we can name but the three letter agencies here but there's not one central agency to do privacy there's no federal is that were having that swirl right now and probably going for at least through twenty twenty one I can distort stops conversation at bars and wash it causes Bloomberg Bloomberg news yes Bloomberg law privacy yeah I mean I mean I think it was in the bar people stop talking like a whole New World yes it is yeah and that you know you're a big if you're Silicon Valley the last you know thing you want to see is big government come into the valley it's it's it's like all new room I'm gonna call talk about this is Mario Gabelli here coming up later post winner will have Mister bell here and told in a bit is a dance solar not writing a smart essay here with the Bloomberg law their privacy reporter futures advanced green on the screen up twelve year olds come in a solid four basis points this is Bloomberg let's get national headlines right now with Michael Moore Michael thank you very much Paul thank you Tom weeks after financier Jeffrey upstream killed himself in his jail cell a federal judge in New York is expected to hear from prosecutors abstains lawyers and any woman who accused abstain of sexually abusing them the judge set the hearing for today after prosecutors asked by the scrap any charges against upstream since.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To twenty nine for a year ago in the think tank's annual highway report due largely to the high number of deaths Jeremy foster KTAR news we'll talk more about the rankings in about ten minutes there's a new minimum wage law going into effect today in Arizona if the city or county is local minimum wage is higher than the states eleven dollars and state contractors are higher there it would have to reimburse the state the difference in pay if state contract employees work in flagstaff they'll make two dollars more per hour there for minimum wage and there will be some discussion about what is appropriate for the city to reimburse the Tom bill she with the league of Arizona cities and towns doesn't oppose rivaling minimum wages his group is mediating talks between the city and state we understand what the status coming from we want to maintain as much local authority as we can working with them and trying to make sure it's as fair as possible Arizona's minimum wage is eleven dollars an hour and it'll rise by a dollar next year Peter say more Katie Aaron is more locations have now been added to the list of places you may have been exposed to the measles America the county at team competing in the world hip hop dance championship in Phoenix between August ninth and the eleventh tested positive for measles find a full list of locations of possible exposures that KTAR dot com for Arizonans are going to spend a long time behind bars for using the internet to traffic drugs cocaine meth and heroin were some of the drugs sold through the dark web the US justice department says last week four people were sentence after an investigation showed the four had been shipping the drugs across the country through the Phoenix US postal service between twenty fifteen and twenty seventeen D. E. A. agents say they seize hundreds of thousands of dollars in assets including firearms and even a Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl ring nail alley on key Tierney's in Oklahoma judges just made history becoming the first to hold the drugmaker responsible for the devastating effects of the opioid crisis in a landmark ruling the judge ordering Johnson and Johnson to pay five hundred and seventy two million dollars for quote false misleading marketing campaigns increasing addiction an overdose deaths Johnson Johnson denies response to and is valid to appeal the decision a sign of hope to families ravaged by the epidemic opioids are blamed for more than six thousand deaths in Oklahoma since the year two thousand motor goes around de ABC news Washington Oklahoma was seeking seventeen billion dollars K. T. A. R. news time six oh seven once again here's Peter Dan from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center that wreck on the seventeen is still there northbound approaching union hills in the HOV lane is still blocked on it stay stay right restriction to get by that's the only freeway crash but we've got a pretty big highway right northbound state re three forty seven at the I ten queen creek mile marker one eighty nine that is an injury crash and then back to the vehicle fires three different vehicle fires on the west side early into this right somebody want those firefighters getting sleep this morning fifty First Avenue and Broadway that's a vehicle fire another one block in three lanes southbound ninety ninth Avenue at I. ten this was a semi fire that has been knocked down in Avondale Boulevard at I. ten another vehicle fire there this traffic.

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J&J's Lawyer Shares Her Thoughts on the Landmark $572M Oklahoma Ruling

Morning Edition

08:59 min | 1 year ago

J&J's Lawyer Shares Her Thoughts on the Landmark $572M Oklahoma Ruling

"In Oklahoma a judge has ordered the pharmaceutical giant Johnson Johnson to pay five hundred and seventy two million dollars to help address the opioid crisis in the state in his ruling yesterday county judge that Baldwin said the drug maker disseminated false misleading and dangerous marketing campaigns that led to exponentially increasing rates of addiction overdose deaths the drug maker rejects the ruling and plans to appeal and Sabrina strong as an attorney representing Johnson and Johnson in this case and joins me on the line this morning thanks so much for taking the time for us of course after trying you I know you have argued that Johnson Johnson did not break the law here you're planning an appeal I'm I I just wanted to start with one of the core things the judge said we did the company have a marketing campaign saying that there was a low risk of abuse and low danger and prescribing opioids no the the marketing that is done with respect to these medication is entirely governed by inconsistent with FDA regulations and so I it's important understand that when folks are out speaking about the drug they're doing so consistent with the risks and benefits that are described in the FDA approved a label okay but even if it was done in what the company believes within the confines of the FDA label I mean there was evidence presented in the trial of of sales reps basically downplaying the concerns of physicians about the addictive qualities of of opiates even if you think that this was within the FDA guidelines are making that argument what was that happening no I don't believe that the evidence of why is that at trial and what we do know is there was not one doctor not one Oklahoma doctor was brought to the stand to say that they were misled by anything a sales representative said and that it impacted the prescribing decision and cause harm to a patient not one Oklahoma Dr there was not one patient or family member that testified at trial about any abuse or misuse related to a Johnson Johnson medicine there's simply no evidence to support those findings I'm so that some of the memos that came up in court that basically showed sales reps talking about addictive that these drugs not being the detective I mean you're saying they were misinterpreted by by the judge here there was no I I think that misstates the evidence okay there were there was no evidence it's very easy to make a broad brush statement about this and to make an allegation but we actually have to look at the evidence was presented at trial at no time was there evidence that anybody said that these drugs were not addictive they're black box warnings on these medications and they absolutely talk about the risk of addiction with these medicines there's no evidence to the contrary in the case whatsoever Johnson Johnson as I understand it hired the the good to be consulting company mackenzie to to look for opportunities to sell more of these drugs mackenzie had a strategy to to keep patients on some of these drugs even if they had an adverse effect because they felt that that they were helping with with pain and that that is one of the issues that came up do you deny any of that I mean the mackenzie was they're coming up with a strategy to sell more of these opioids no I think what you need to understand is when you are dealing with medicine is that you're trying to reach certain patients those patients who need the medicine and what this company is focused on is finding medication for on manta patient needs and so the strategy is is to find those patients find doctors who are working with those patients and to reach those doctors so that they can have access to the medications that they believe are appropriate for their patients remember these are prescription medicine nobody can access these with out a prescription from their doctor and that's a very individualized decision it's between the patient and the doctor to determine what's best for that patient and that is the only way in which anyone can lawfully obtained these medications we are bringing up I mean a question that might come up as as this goes forward I mean are you basically saying that if a doctor prescribed these drugs and if they have been approved by the FDA that relieves the companies of of any accountability responsibility and in a crisis like this I think the question is what is there something that the company did that was wrong for example misleading marketing and if so did that impact any prescribing decision did a doctor rely upon it and did it cause harm acts of this case are no to all of those questions there is no evidence that there was anything that was misleading you started out I asked me a question about whether there was a campaign to mislead and what I explained is that the FDA label sets forth both the risks and the benefits of the medication and everything with respect to the evidence the trial demonstrated that the sales representatives were trained extensively on these issues simply on compliance and that the evidence is is that when they spoke with doctors they spoke about both the risks and the benefits of the medication and it's up to the doctor to decide who is the appropriate patient for these medicines and ultimately write that prescription for any given patient so it's possible that a sales rep might have said look at the risks and benefits this could be addictive but not so addictive that you shouldn't prescribe it for for pain I mean that might have been one of the things that the judge was looking at in talking about what what he described as a marketing campaign I was at the trial every single day and there was no evidence to that effect what what next now I mean is is are you a hundred percent going for with appeals or is the company considering settling at some point it within I mean as a matter of fact or long there's no basis for this decision you've asked me several questions about the facts but they're also significant legal issues here this is really a radical departure from a century of case law in Oklahoma nobody is ever utilized a public nuisance in this way and so this decision is fundamentally unsound it as a matter of law and fact and there's absolutely no basis for liability so yes I think it's it's fair to say that we are very much focused on preparing a pile of papers and look forward to having these issues considered by the Oklahoma Supreme Court yeah I I wanted to ask you about that the public nuisance laws I mean just just just the name sort of states what the intent is of lawmakers which is to protect the public good you you've argued that a law like this is simply not applicables in in coming after a company like Johnson Johnson terms of liability what explain to our listeners why out of a law that's supposed to protect the public good would not be applicable here this is the law that is intended in Oklahoma for over a century the court to make clear that this is about property disputes when someone misuses their property and causes harm to another that's what we're talking about in the remedy that's available under public nuisance is to abate that nuisance to stop the conduct that's not what this case is about and that's not what the plaintiffs are seeking here the state is seeking damages here so this is a law that completely unethical and applicable there are decades of case law certainly that have been developed in tort and product liability and the state has completely jettisoned that case law and try to focus on public nuisance something that has never been done before but these are these millions of dollars used for an abatement I mean if these were not damages the company's painted I misunderstand these are damages I mean abatement would be asking the company and the judge could order the company to stop engaging in certain conduct that is not what that issue here the ruling says nothing about white J. and J. ought to stop doing or or do the the ruling is ordering the company to pay money for the harm is that at the state believes it has suffered and that the they need to address the harms that the state has suffered look at this is a serious public health crisis and it's something that needs to be addressed but litigation is not the

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Thanksgiving. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. The national weather service says it could be the coldest one on record from Virginia to Maine, whereas barely above zero. Now, it'll be a very chilly parade in New York City where FOX's Tanya j powers alive. Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade won't start for another two hours, but along sixth avenue people are already lining up to watch. And they are bundled up have three pairs of pants on thermal shirt sweater and jacket. That's Mike from Virginia. Now right now, it's twenty degrees. But it feels like ten in the high may only reach twenty seven parade officials are keeping an eye on the winds though to make sure those giant character balloons can safely fly today. Dave, Johnny despite it being thanksgiving. Search crews will be back out northern California. Looking for more human remains in the charred ruins more than thirteen thousand homes. Rain is of concern to us, and there's certainly the potential for blood flow. You county sheriff coroner says that could halt the surge more than five hundred people remain unaccounted. Four at least eighty three others are dead days. After a federal judge blocked President Trump's order to not allow illegal immigrants to seek asylum. The Washington Post reports asylum seekers and the caravan of migrants won't be allowed to enter this country while their claims are being processed waiting in Mexico. Instead troops are still at the border and Defense Secretary Mattis against dresses the missions only to support the border patrol. Fox's Rachel Sutherland is live in Washington. Dave secretary James Mattis told reporters the White House given him explicit authority for troops to protect border patrol agents. Should it become necessary? They said they'll remain unarmed, and we'll continue to actively support role only it is not an unreasonable concern on the part of the president that we may have the backup. Call secretary Mattis said troops do not have the authority to detain migrants. But if a border patrol agent were endangered they would step in briefly until border patrol could make an arrest. Dave and Rachel he says so far the cost of the mission is around seventy two million dollars..

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

"Yelling. Our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not going to cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be silent. Who controls my voice? Nobody. Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. Moving troops to the southern border to stop the Central American migrant caravans costing a bundle. According to Pentagon spokesman Colonel rob manning, the estimated cost to deploy the active duty troops is seventy two million dollars and likely to rise White House chief of staff John Kelly signed orders giving US troops at the border more authority to provide protection to the customs and border protection agents. They were sent to help. But Mattis said today, those troops will not have firearms and will for the most part not come into contact with migrants at the Pentagon, Jennifer Griffin. Fox News deployment scheduled to end in mid December. But could be extended into the new year police in Saint Louis county, Missouri report they've arrested and charged Fifty-three-year-old Thomas Bruce in Monday's fatal shooting at a suburban Catholic supply store charged with murder in the first degree three counts of sodomy, three counts of kidnapping burglary, camping with Saint Louis county prosecutor Bob McCulloch Fifty-three-year-old customer was shot in. Killed at least one other person was sexually assaulted in. Monday's attack a poultry producer is jumping into the viral Turkey challenge. Young adults have been pranking mom's texting the question how long does it. Take to microwave a twenty five pound Turkey, the responses flooding Twitter arranging from concern to anger, but the joke, maybe on the pranksters experts at Butterball tweeting we started microwaving turkeys before hashtags even existed explaining microwaving a twenty five pound Turkey is a little ambitious, but a twelve pound Turkey would be no challenge at all. Give us a call at one eight hundred Butterball and Milwaukee through it. Step by step. The poultry brand suggests nuking the bird four minutes per pound on full power about thirty six minutes, Kristin Goodwin, Fox News recovering on Wall Street stumbled at day's end, the Dow closed down less than a point the NASDAQ sixty three points higher the S and P.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"The and this may be part of it too might although i don't know if it stands point the american league's don do we really at the halfway point of the season you know extensively with the the all star game and he actually with number of games played we're right at about that mark boston new york cleveland houston seattle are gonna make the anybody else getting in there can i give you a yeah but there are some dramas in the american league's starting with this drama that either the yankees or the red sox are going to win maybe a hundred and five games this year and being and still be in a wildcard game so that that race is a great drama the indians are going to win in a runaway the only other interesting thing is who will be the second wildcard and right now it looks like the mariners except billy bean has somehow once again after a quiet period and oakland he's got a team that's ten games over five hundred and would you like to know what his payroll is aligned i'll tell you what it is seventy two million dollars seventy two million dollars it's the lowest payroll in baseball lower than the raise lower than anybody and just now he's by himself you know his smiling dallery rinaldo makes more than that by the way i pretty sure he makes okay here's what's gambling says he if you're wondering why this is the basic point of dance gone there are too many bad teams the once proud orioles or forty one games under five hundred there are too many noncompetitive games there are too many strikeouts there are not enough balls in play baseball stars are increasingly an honest that part i don't agree with bob so what say you about that my completely with you on the young player thing it's been going on for at least two or three years now we are a credible amount of young talent the guys looking forward to seeing in this game starting with bias and there's others the albee's but i just he's not the only one first of all this is a very growing school of thought of the an the p the the stat guys you know the nerd guys you know and the stat keep guys worry too much about stuff and maybe ought to watch a game every now and then step wearing studying the stat sheet but but i just think it's an exaggeration i do i understand tendencies down and i don't know the reason necessarily if that's the reason why i know it's a date the ballpark is still a date the ballpark and i always think that trying to trying to analyze why attendance is down in a sport is is like when people would mitch when people were groping to decide why the nfl meetings were down it wasn't the anthem protest or was it bad play or not enough stars a lot of that stuff was applied to the biggest sport we have a one thing that you can always say about why ratings are down not as many people are watching by.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"This day and that context is completely changed the way that i look about watching businesses and structuring them for sale and along the way i was documenting what i was doing on on a podcast called freedom lane and as a result of people subscribing to that and listening to that i'm from what people tell me and self reporting i know he can count over one hundred people building seven figure businesses and i also know of a few people in our mastermind or intern our community that have sold for eight figures and i have one one student is blows my mind is businesses on the market right now for seventy two million dollars it's him and his wife i think they have one full time employees they started the business three and a half years ago completely on amazon i don't even think they have a website i don't know if they'll get the full seventy two but they have interested buyers so all this is what i'm going to lay out for you and thirty minutes or so is the complete customer loop and the complete vision of what it looks like to go from zero to eight figures or from zero to a business that you can sell for eight figures using direct response and specifically amazon dot com now i'm agnostic to amazon i think nas to the path that gets us there what i focus on and what fascinates me is looking at where the buyers are looking at where the puck is headed getting in front of those customers and putting products where they're already hanging out and maximizing those channels so if important for us to look at where the puck is heading right now but please understand that if you are in direct response if you're in digital marketing you have a very very unique skill you have a very coveted skill and it's.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A judge in los angeles is thrown out of four hundred seventeen milliondollar jury award to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer by using johnson johnson baby powder for feminine hygiene as correspondent bill michaels reports the judges granted a new trial saying there were errors in the previous case that ended with the award two months ago the judge granted the company a new trial saying there were errors in the previous case that ended with the award two months ago although the plaintiff in the case has died her attorney says he'll appeal the reversal new jerseybased johnson and johnson is facing hundreds of similar laws suits on tuesday almassari appellate court threw out a seventy two million dollar award a 48yearold johnston rhode island man killed last night when his motorcycle collided with a motorvehicle richard young was traveling west wind and eastbound vehicle turning at a convenience store cross the westbound lane young was pronounced dead at rhode island hospital the other driver was injured the accident remains under investigation and an accident in hudson new hampshire sent one woman to the hospital after she lost control of her car instructor utility pole on barrett's hill road last night forty one year old catherine look kapo was arrested she was charged with dui that crash remains under in investigation june a key in case you missed it you have one more chance to see one of the season's most captivating skies spectaculars correspondent jan johnson reports that all of the shooting stars in this famous shower are in his meteor shower fragments of the most famous common loyd it's the second peak knight for the orion had meteor shower giving us a sky show of what are actually fragments of come at one p halle better known as halley's comet every seventy five years or so when the icy combat swings passed it leaves behind a trail of leftovers debris that predictably crosses paths with her and gives us the orion it meet here display this year is an especially good time to take in the orion its since it's just days after a new moon and many places enjoy clear skies look up between midnight and dawn to see.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"With the city devil cash card you get one percent cash back when you buy and one percentage you pay that's what the joy of discovering the last doughnut who has your name on it clearly in chocolates prickly thinks no way double the love with the city double cash cashcard apply now it's city dot com slash double cash and now all right before we bring on the great joe mandy and talk about silly things i wanted to just give a quick god take on the lamarcus aldridge extension which was announced today a threeyear seventy two million dollar deal which is not really a three or seventy two milliondollar deal but if we want to call it that will call it that he effectively opted into next season at twenty two in change two thousand nineteen twenty is fully guaranteed for twenty five million in two thousand twenty twenty one the last year of the deal is first reported by me is only seven million dollars of about 25 26 guaranteed so there you go look the deal surprised the league it surprised me too i didn't even realise until last week when i got wind that this was possible that he was even eligible for one that's why threw it into my call on friday that hey he's eligible i didn't think it would actually happen and it look i don't think it's a great deal for the spurs nobody thinks is a great deal for the spurs they've export trading aldridge often offer like the last year but the spurs aren't dumb they know it is it they know it isn't great they're know their entire offseason wasn't great they have the inexplicable threeyear pow gosol contract but they've earned the benefit of the doubt the spurs are smart so let's think with the deal through before say why the hell they signing a lamarcus aldridge after being unhappy with him.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on First Take

First Take

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on First Take

"If tim hardaway seventy two million dollars a guy they drafted rachel nichols had a wonderful tweet they turned tim hardaway into jerry and grant they turned jerry and granted into deir rose and they turn derek rose into tim hardaway with may way more financial commitment giving him way more money this is a genius organization clearly one who's all problems clearly laid at the feet of phil jackson fills gone the problems are still there melo still on his way out the door now you give money to average at best players and tim hardaway you're making all the same mistakes that people used to say we must fire fill it's funny you got what you wanted in your problems remain maybe which i'm glad that you focused on the last year to eighteen months because i go back further when you think about what feel has done to the new york knicks who hired derek fisher as the coach who hired james dolan was that phil jackson that gave derek fisher five years twenty five million dollars to be the head coach of the knicks dick fisher lasted a year and a half that's gone who brought the triangle to the new york knicks phil jackson the try who is rest in peace of the trial is done is over we let that go who brought it feel jackson what else has phil jackson gave us besides drafting kristoff forcing is and fallen asleep on a subway those are the only great jim's that phil jackson has given us it has been more wrongs their right for you so to me yes he has a lot to blame for what is going on in new york youth i all fulfills gone you see what no he was a part of this just as much as everyone else will our i will say this komo f had a winning record before fuel got bill while phil was the president of basketball operations aidid 166 pretty pretty pretty ready baruni horrible situation here's the main problem that i have fulfilled jackson.

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"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"A guarantee for injury of seventy two million dollars the deal would have made him at least the secondhighestpaid player by average per year in nfl history so there's a lot to chew on here first and foremost i do understand why were wash is coming from in this respect i like her cousins but i love him either so i sat has numberthree qb yard last who seasons so that means all of a sudden these the third best quarterback the league will now no right it was a backup to robert from the third rgf three blows up cousins comes on plays wellplaced to have better than unexpected all said very good quarterback at times a great quarterback but i'd be hard pressed to think when i think of the best quarterbacks the game that's him so i i get why they had that initial reluctance to say i'm gonna pay you elite quarterback money at a ton of guaranteed muddy what what's the most important position of football the quarterback and cousins it's not his fault they played himself into a bigmoney contracts so i get the fact that you like current love them but eventually you've got to tell kirk what you want so that's part one kurt park to is how could you get to that level of disrespect that this is a guy deteriorate call you buy the wrong me if i met with our present john skippered he keeps kombi adman eilika listen john understand we can't get about even in martin who stay i heard the controversy not get worked out became listeners get my name bright and i'm not even the star quarterback here dsp at like that's that's brazen in terms of its disrespect for its quarterback all great points in adding to that okay i it with you in the beginning of what you just said there there is a part of the respected what washington was doing here lubin the beginning i'm going women we're gonna have the first ranch is it goes i do so what would everybody's dinner with quarterback you're not just paying for the skills at the position your ensuring yourself against the fear of.

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