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"sousa tesla" Discussed on KCBS All News

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

"sousa tesla" Discussed on KCBS All News

"September first KCBS, financial news now. Jason Brooks joining us from the KCBS super micro Intel, money desk and Jason. What's it's bad news for tesla? Sousa Tesla's been dealt of blows tries to evade tariffs on Chinese imports. Reuters reports that the US trade representative's office denied Tesla's requests for tariff relief on the model three computer and display screens made in China stating that both concern a product strategically important or related to made in China twenty twenty-five or other Chinese industrial programs. Tesla wanted relief on claims the tariffs will cause economic hardship to tesla pressuring its profit margins. Shares a tesla however are up by one and a half percent. In stocks overall are heading higher looking to get back on the winning side of the ledger after two down. Days is a big reason for the gain as crude surges higher following attacks to oil tankers near the coast of Iran Oil right now, moving higher by two percent after falling to a five-month low yesterday. Dow up by sixty three points at twenty six thousand sixty seven NASDAQ gaining thirty nine points to seventy eight thirty one and the s&p is up by eight points at twenty eight eighty eight initial jobless claims up another three thousand two hundred twenty two thousand but still pretty close to a five decade low the Labor Department says most of the increase came from California, and Pennsylvania, on the money watch Jason Brooks KCBS. It's flu. And you know I don't get shampoo. The first half of the word is sham and the second part, you definitely don't want to see in the shower. That's why I made up in meet word flow tech, the feeling of security, you get when you're new houses protected by home insurance through.

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U.S. denies Tesla, Uber 25% tariff relief on components, e-bikes

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00:28 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. denies Tesla, Uber 25% tariff relief on components, e-bikes

"Sousa Tesla's been dealt of blows tries to evade tariffs on Chinese imports. Reuters reports that the US trade representative's office denied Tesla's requests for tariff relief on the model three computer and display screens made in China stating that both concern a product strategically important or related to made in China twenty twenty-five or other Chinese industrial programs. Tesla wanted relief on claims the tariffs will cause economic hardship to tesla pressuring its profit

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"sousa tesla" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"sousa tesla" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Was a US army officials who leaked tens of thousands of sensitive documents and WikiLeaks published them under Julian Assange, and at the time people said this was traitorous. It was treasonous Bradley Manning who to add to the confusion sex change operations now. Chelsea Manning was court martialled thrown in prison and you'll for leaking these documents and the question was now was was was he slash she. They doing a an honorable leaking job what role did WikiLeaks and Julian Assange play for publishing this Susan, right? This is the first I've heard the Julian Assange has been charged perhaps with actually coordinating with Bradley. Manning to steal these documents. But then you set forward nine years to their or six years to the twenty sixteen election, and all these people like Donald Trump who at twenty head said, you know, Julian Assange is a I it should should go to jail if that one point suggestive, it should be a death penalty for somebody who publishes state secrets like this. And then suddenly what we start publishing things are helpful the Trump campaign and harmful to Hillary Clinton and John Podesta campaign managers secret emails, and these public and suddenly Trump said quote, I love WikiLeaks. I love Julian Assange, and this this is further complicated, by the fact that Julian Assange he's been hiding in London in the Ecuadorian embassy, not only because the United States is after him. But also because we just government was after him for charges of rape. This one of those things where if you've written this is a novel you. Run by somebody like me. I would have said, well, we'll whoa. This is ridiculous to all go in the same novel. But you've got this interesting story now vis a vis a whistle blower of publisher of a whistle blower, Julian Assange, and whether or not he's a good guy for publishing this or a bad guy for having broken the law. Yeah. And you know, we had Hollywood give a full treatment to it. What was the name of that movie, the fifth state to this this story sort of went dormant for a while? But now it's been pulled right back into the open, including this whole question of whether someone who published leaked information is a criminal or hero. People have different views again, depending on what your side are. If don't forget, the San Francisco Chronicle won lots of awards, and rightfully so when they broke the story about Barry Bonds and steroids, which changed the way the baseball Hindle steroids, and in my view, it wh- was a service to major league baseball into sports because it exposes issue where the chronicle get that story. It got this story from leaked grand jury testimony that is illegal to leak the testimony eighty is against the law persons who did that was charge and the person who did that was guilty of a crime that doesn't make the San Francisco Chronicle guilty of a crime for having published it, but this is work. It's tricky if I discover the White House is plans for reelection and their secret. And I've published that, you know, very few people think that I should be going to jail for that on the other hand if. If I break into the White House in steel that information, I'm guilty of a crime. But the same should be true. If the if I get the same say trauma, Harris a should meadow. What side you're doing it on the issue is whether or not it's climbing, and I think that most people support the American version of first amendment. We say publishing something that is illegally obtained the crime is in illegally obtaining now publishing and you'd hate to see things like say, the Pentagon papers, which were stolen generation ago. You hate to see the people who publish that. Who do they service to the country for publishing go to jail themselves? So yes, aren't on the one hand if a hero I amendment folks on the other hand, he may world up Hillary Clinton the election and the pre serious allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman if not women in Sweden, visit complicated story, which is which is which is certainly going to play out of a couple of weeks in terms of what the US charges. Him whether he comes back to the United States. I'm still waiting for Donald Trump to tweet. I don't know whether he likes this guy with this guy or things you ought to be executed Marseille lower KCBS political analysts six twenty five. Let's head to the KCBS super micro Intel money, desperate. Jason brooks. Sousa Tesla's stock is under pressure after Japan's Nikkei news service reported that tesla and partner Panasonic or suspending plans to expand the gigafactory in Nevada the plan had been to increase capacity by fifty percent by twenty twenty. But it struck a big plot hole in the form of financial issues. The Nikkei says Panasonic will also suspend its investment plans. Tesla's factory in Shanghai. And will instead offer technical support on batteries tesla. Shares down about four percent pre-market trading. Dow's up Twenty-nine points before the open NASDAQ gaining three s&p futures up two points on the money watch. Jason Brooks KCBS. Sorry. I'm late. I thought I left the garage open and had to drive all the way home again funny. I left mine opened at a two, but I got a text from my security system, letting me.

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"sousa tesla" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"sousa tesla" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. It's seven twenty one Mineta San Jose international is one of two airports in the United States tapped to test new perimeter security technology as KCBS as mad Bigler reports. Live from JC this airport has a history of high profile security breaches, Matt good morning. Susan, you may remember in two thousand fourteen a teenager was able to hop a fence here it s JC climb into the wheel well of a plane and fly to Hawaii that and other embarrassing security breaches led to the airport asking the TSA for extra funding for perimeter security, and we were the candidates selected. Airport spokesperson, Rosemary Barnes, says the TSA we'll test out video cameras. Lasers ground sensors. In addition to the security upgrades. They've already made Runa determine what else we can do here to continue to enhance our programs. She tells Kate putt KPI expired passengers we talked to were glad for any extra security Putih body says J C seems wide open compared to SF o or Oakland international airport. I don't know if you can sneak look bad. So yeah. And any safety that makes traveling little airport where the TSA will test perimeter security, Miami International live at s J C Matt Bigler KCBS, thanks finding housing not only a challenge for San Jose residents. But also in local theater company. KCBS is my Cogan says the city lights theatre company could soon find itself without a home. God of carnage the season opener drew a packed house to this theater on south second street. But no tickets will be sold for next season. Until a new home is found because the least here is running out blog is the city's downtown manager. We're very fortunate here in San Jose to have a very active vibrant, robust art scene specifically in our downtown. Zillow says the company is an important part of the downtown art scene in San Jose. We have a very thought provoking and comprehensive art scene, and we want to keep it like that even though city lights has been part of San Jose for thirty five years, the company's executive artistic director isn't ruling moving to another south bay city of a location here can't be found by Colgan KCBS. KCBS news time seven thirty seven twenty four checking financial news. Sponsored by the Tucci and associates Jason Brooks is standing by the KCBS super micro Intel money desk Sousa tesla shares are looking back after sliding Tuesday would word broke that the company is being investigated by the Justice department over Elon Musk's going private tweets last month. The car maker says it's not received a subpoena from Justice, but is cooperating with documents requests, the New York Times says that the two financial firms that tesla hired to consider the private move have received subpoenas from the securities and Exchange Commission. Goldman Sachs in silver lake partners. Tesla received a subpoena from the SEC earlier musk has avoided tweeting about the investigation Tesla's stock up a quarter percent after falling three and a half percent yesterday net. Flicks continues to.

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"sousa tesla" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"sousa tesla" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In transportation we've got this new technology that's coming out towards a thomas vehicle self driving vehicles autopilot isn't selfdriving it's but it's a step towards that and we're seeing companies struggle with how that is going to affect them we're also seeing these government agencies try to figure out how they're going to regulate them and how they're going to ensure safety and the ntsb given its experience at aviation that that it may be maybe a natural for this the space at least that's what some experts are saying tended to feel that you have you know that the lawyers are driving the bus here in other words this this sort of greg right after the fact claiming of the narrative sounds like what you do with crisis communications experts and lawyers well longtime automotive observers would say this is incredibly unusual because usually you wanna you might want to do this you might want to punch back but traditionally companies are going to bunker down but yuan musk is ultra aggressive and he he punches punches back when people punch him tim higgins wealth street journal tech and auto reporter thanks for stopping in this morning kcbs news time six twenty four time for us to head over to the kcbs super micro money desk jason brooks is in this morning is update sponsored by shane company and sousa tesla shares are moving higher by two percent this as elon musk sent out a tweet saying that tesla will be cash flow positive and profitable by the third and fourth quarter of this year wall street is looking to close out the week with a rally with stock futures building on the solid gains from thursday in which investor concerns over an imminent us missile strike on syria dialed back sending the dow higher by almost three hundred points bank earnings get a big assist for today's move with shares moving higher for wells fargo j p morgan and citi group after the trio reported strong firstquarter earnings wells fargo's profits surged higher by over five percent although the san francisco based bank says it may have to restate its earnings as it considers a one billion dollar settlement with regulators over the company's numerous risk risk management issues facebook is feeling confident that it's business will escape serious damage from its user data scandal facebook vice president of global marketing solutions caroline everson told the wall street.

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