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Apple positioned to offer cryptocurrencies: RBC report

Mac OS Ken

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Apple positioned to offer cryptocurrencies: RBC report

"Rbc's got a new guy following up all and he is coming on strange apples. Three dot over and part of a note from abc analyst. Mitch steve's taking over the apple beat from robert muller. According to steve's note fundamentals apple remained secure with cash flowing business related to iphones peripherals computers and services. But what he really likes is the money. Apple could make in cryptocurrency not mining not buying but using apple wallet to let its installed base of one point five billion devices and the people who use them into the game the way the analyst sees it if apple decides to enter into the crypto currency exchange business multibillion dollar in we think the firm could immediately gain market share and disrupt the industry while simultaneously making the usa a leader in crypto for the next ten to twenty years if only two hundred million of those one point five billion got into crypto currency steve stingers that potential revenue opportunity would be an excess of forty billion dollars a year

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"steve stinger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"steve stinger" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Before. And it's terrifying. Some bridges across the river are shut shutdown in Missouri. A former top democratic official in Saint Louis county is expected to plead guilty to federal corruption charges. Rachel Lipman with Saint Louis public radio reports on Steve stinger. A grand jury indictment made public on Monday, accused of steering county contracts to campaign contributor, he resigned. The. Same day and also expected to surrender his misery law license. Legal experts say the short time between charges and admission of guilt shows the strength of the government's case a quick plea. Also means a lighter sentence for staying federal prosecutors said Monday that the investigation is ongoing. It's not clear if stinger has promised to cooperate as part of a plea deal for NPR news. I'm Rachel Lipman in Saint Louis. This is NPR news from Washington, and this is WNYC from New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. It's eight thirty one a man who's been providing intelligence to the US government after pleading guilty to planning a terror attack here in New York in two thousand nine will soon walk free WNYC. Shumita Basu was at the Brooklyn courthouse. It's really the best scenario. Najah Lassine could have hoped for a ten year sentence of which he's already served about nine and a half. Judge. Raymond Deary read from court documents, outlining how cooperatives Ozzy has been while in government custody and saying the information. He's provided about Al Qaeda and its members has undoubtedly saved lives. The judge called this and unthinkable. Second chance and told Ozzy you earned it in a twenty ten guilty plea Zaza geolog- that he and two friends planned a suicide bombing in the New York City subway, his defense attorney said he's hopeful he'll be released in a matter of days, not months. Fines are stacking up against orthodox Jewish day schools that have repeatedly failed to turn over immunization records to the health department. Inspectors as the measles outbreak continues to worsen United medical academy. In Williamsburg, has been cited more than ten times for not turning over its records. Samuel Sterns spoke on behalf of the Sheva network which runs about a dozen schools committed to to go through the process, but they wanna make sure that all safety precautions that what added due to the outbreak Adam place and fully followed by everyone so far twenty three hundred dollars in fines of an upheld by. Ministry of judges and the school could face another ten thousand dollar penalty for subsequent violations. We'd have a chance of showers mainly between ten and two today. Right now, it is fifty degrees in New York..

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"steve stinger" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"steve stinger" Discussed on KCRW

"Most events become a member today at film, independent dot org slash join. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Flood warnings are posted along the Mississippi. River from southern Minnesota to Louisiana this morning communities in Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri had been sandbagging Davenport, Iowa downtown is flooded after temporary barrier gave way the national weather service says the Mississippi River rose more than twenty to feed yesterday at the quad cities a level not seen since historic flooding in nineteen Ninety-three Payton shoemaker lives in buffalo, Iowa where the Mississippi is flooding streets have never seen before. Terrifying. Some bridges across the river are shut down in Missouri. A former top democratic official in Saint Louis county is expected to plead guilty to federal corruption charges. Rachel Lipman with Saint Louis public radio reports on Steve stinger. A grand jury indictment made public on Monday accused of steering county contracts to injure campaign contributor, he resigned the same day, and is also expected to surrender his Missouri law license legal experts say the short time between charges and admission of guilt shows the strength of the government's case a quickly also means a lighter sentence for staying federal prosecutors said Monday that the investigation is ongoing. It's not clear if stinger has promised to cooperate as part of a plea deal for NPR news. I'm Rachel Lipman in Saint Louis. This is NPR news from Washington. There are reports of damaged and destroyed homes and eastern. India today were strong cyclone has been battering the region down trees and power lines are common in many areas. Wind gusts of more than one hundred twenty five miles per hour. Have been reported more than a million people in coastal areas were evacuated to higher ground before. That storm hit the survey from the UN finds the number of people in North Korea without enough food to eat tops, ten million NPR's, Anthony Kunin Seoul, says the problem was heightened by poor harvest in two thousand eighteen the u n food and Agriculture Organization in the World Food Programme carried out the survey in late March and early April, they found North Korean farms. It produced just under five million tons of food last year, which is about one point three million tonnes short of what's needed more than half of North Korea's twenty five million people depend on government food rations and those fashions have been cut to less than eleven houses of food day international. Agencies can only help about a third of the people in need North Korea suffers from some of the worst food insecurity in the world up to three million people their starved to death in a major famine in the nineteen nineties. Anthony Kuhn NPR news soul moments ago, the Labor Department release the latest numbers on employment in the US, they show employers added two hundred sixty three thousand jobs in April that's more than a communists were forecasting. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. And on this Friday. You are listening to KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. Good to have here challenges continue in the San Gabriel valley will got to very bad collisions close to each other. One of them's in the city of industry. This is on the eastbound, sixty before crossroads Parkway left. Three lanes are out of commission till further notice because of a crash involving a big overturned and ended up on top the center divider..

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"steve stinger" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"steve stinger" Discussed on KCRW

"Time is three thirty news headlines are next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein says his resignation will take affect may eleventh. NPR's Matthew Schwartz says Rosenstein departure has been expected since William bars confirmation as the nation's attorney general Rosenstein appointed special counsel, Robert Muller to investigate connections between Trump and Russia in November Trump retweeted an image of Rosenstein and others behind bars suggesting he'd be jailed for treason in February Trump accused him of quote, planning a very illegal act when he allegedly discussed ways to remove Trump from office early in his presidency, Rosenstein said he was grateful to Trump for the chance to serve Rosenstein and bar determined. There was insufficient. Evidence Muller's report to charge the president with obstruction of Justice, a sixty year old woman shot and killed at a synagogue in southern California over the weekend. We'll be buried today. Three others were wounded in the attack. Japan's eighty five year old Emperor Akihito is abdicating. His throne NPR's Anthony Kuhn in Tokyo says the emperor delivered his final address today ending a thirty year reign. The emperor thanked people for accepting him as their constitutional symbol of the state. And he prayed for peace for the world and Japan, the emperor son crown prince, our hito was sense to the throne officially at a ceremony tomorrow. This is NPR news from Washington. A witness to a helicopter crash in Hawaii says all you could see was fire as the tour helicopter was falling from the sky that was in suburban Honolulu yesterday. Police say the crash killed all three people aboard another witness a paramedic describes hearing a horrific bang before seeing the aircraft plummet to the ground and Gulf inflames, the National Transportation Safety board is investigating in Missouri. The top elected official in Saint Louis county is facing federal charges for allegedly steering government contracts to campaign donors, Rachel Lipman. With Saint Louis public radio says Steve stinger resigned after the charges were unsealed county executive Steve stagger has been under investigation for more than a year. The democrat is facing bribery, corruption and mail fraud charges for among other schemes making sure that a large donor got insurance and marketing contracts assistant US attorney Hal Goldsmith says the probe is ongoing investigation..

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"steve stinger" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"steve stinger" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Afternoon cake, you we public radio all things considered more talk of measles next up on morning edition in the next segment. Also talk with that talk about attorney general William bar who's going to be heading to Capitol Hill this week to face questions about the Muller report. Details on that story ahead to I'm Michael state at three thirty no NPR news headlines on K Q public radio. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein says his resignation will take effect may eleventh. NPR's Matthew Schwartz says Rosenstein departure has been expected since William bars confirmation as the nation's attorney general Rosenstein appointed special counsel, Robert Muller to investigate connections between Trump and Russia in November Trump retweeted an image of Rosenstein and others behind bars suggesting he'd be jailed for treason in February Trump accused him of quote, planning a very illegal act when he allegedly discussed ways to remove Trump from office early in his presidency, Rosenstein said he was grateful to Trump for the chance to serve Rosenstein and bar determined. There was insufficient evidence in Muller's report to charge the president with obstruction of Justice, a sixty year old woman shot and killed at a synagogue in southern California over the weekend. We'll be buried today. Three others were. Wounded in the attack. Japan's eighty five year old Emperor Akihito is abdicating. His throne NPR's Anthony Kunin Tokyo says the emperor delivered his final address today ending a thirty year reign. The emperor thanked people for accepting him as their constitutional symbol of the state. And he prayed for peace for the world and Japan, the emperor son crown prince number hito sense to the throne officially at a ceremony tomorrow. This is NPR news from Washington. A witness to a helicopter crash in Hawaii says all you could see was fire as the tour helicopter was falling from the sky that was in suburban Honolulu yesterday. Police say the crash killed all three people aboard another witness a paramedic describes hearing a horrific bang before seeing the aircraft plummet to the ground and Gulf inflames, the National Transportation Safety board is investigating in Missouri. The top elected official in Saint Louis county is facing federal charges for allegedly steering government contracts to campaign donors, Rachel Lipman. With Saint Louis public radio says Steve stinger resigned after the charges were unsealed county executive Steve Stanger has been under investigation for more than a year. The democrat is facing bribery, corruption and mail fraud charges for among other schemes making sure that a large donor got insurance and marketing contracts assistant, US attorney. How Goldsmith says the probe is ongoing cover investigation. About.

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"steve stinger" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"steve stinger" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Pouring in after Monday's death filmmaker John single. Too many big names speaking out remembering Oscar nominated director John singleton who died Monday, Regina king. Posting a picture of the two of them together and calling singleton one of the greatest ever make movies Samuel. L? Jackson writes on Twitter that singleton blazed a trail for many, young filmmakers, one of those filmmakers, Jordan Peele, who writes that singleton was a brave artist and a true inspiration. The boys in the hood director suffered a stroke a little over a week ago. Johnson Wilton was fifty one Jason Nathanson. ABC news all federal prosecutors bringing corruption indictment against these Saint Louis, Missouri county executive the unsealed indictment charges. Saint Louis county executive Steve stinger with taking campaign contributions in return for contracts and other favorable actions. In addition to the pay for place game. Federal prosecutors say stinger lied to cover up his actions, and that the evidence they developed includes thousands of emails and texts until now stinger a democrat who had been reelected last fall had repeatedly denied the charges. If convicted he faces up to twenty years in prison on each count. Kent Martin ABC news, Saint Louis studied can't prove that the Netflix show thirteen reasons why was the cause, but researchers at nationwide children's hospital in Ohio suicides among US kids age ten to seventeen jumped to a nineteen year high in the month following release of the show. The study published in the journal of the American Academy of child and adolescent psychiatry. This is ABC news. There's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen zoom..

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"steve stinger" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"steve stinger" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News is Vic Vaughn, thanks. Good morning. It's overcast and fifty degrees at O'Hare. A sentencing hearing continues later this morning for twenty five year old Dell Dow of Westbourne hillside, it's a case linked to terrorism. Prosecutors say Dowd wanted to kill people. He's accused of trying to detonate what he thought was a bomb outside crowded barn Wrigley. Bill back in twenty twelve. It was fake. A got it from undercover FBI agents in a sting operation hearings focused on whether FBI agents were aware that doubt may have been living with mental health issues. Prosecutors are asking for forty years. Sentence defense lawyers argue Dowd, then just seventeen years old was caught in the trap by federal agents. They wanna released and set up with mental health treatment plan in time for him to enroll in college by twenty twenty one. President Trump seeking changes in the way asylum seekers get into the United States, including imposing a fee aimed at absorbing some of the costs to the US ABC's. Chuck Sivertsen has details. A memo the president tells the attorney general and homeland security chief to come up with regulations to charge asylum-seekers a feed of process. Their claims, quote, not to exceed the cost of Judah counting the application. No fee amount is mentioned, nor how the migrants would pay the memo also mandates that most asylum applications are completed in one hundred eighty days and to prohibit those who enter illegally from receiving authorization to work new ISIS. Video has surfaced reportedly about blue Abaco albuque-, daddy, if it really is the terrorist leader he's warning that fight against the west is not over despite the end of the caliphate territory ABC's, Martha Raddatz in this latest eighteen minute video the man identified as Baghdadi praises the street. Lankan attackers suicide bombers who left at least two hundred fifty people dead last week. Claiming it was payback for boggles the last ISIS territory to fall to American-backed forces in Syria the month before it was then President Trump declared ISIS defeated in the chief executive of the largest metropolitan area in Missouri has pleaded not guilty federal charges of bribery and Mel fraud. Kent Martin is in Saint Louis unsealed indictment charges. Saint Louis county executive Steve stinger with taking campaign contributions in return for contracts and other favorable actions. In addition to the pay for place game. Federal prosecutors say stinger lied to cover up his actions, and that the evidence they developed includes thousands of emails and texts until now stinger a democrat who had been reelected last fall had repeatedly denied the charges. If convicted faces up to twenty years in prison on each count.

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"steve stinger" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"steve stinger" Discussed on KOMO

"We're looking at National Rifle Association. CEO Wayne LaPierre has survived a challenge to his leadership. The fiery leader of the NRA prevailed in his bid for another term despite turmoil in the top ranks of the gun group a day after a pass the state legislature. Opponents of Washington's affirmative action initiative have filed a referendum to force a popular vote on that measure. They will have ninety days together. Enough signatures to put it on the November. Ballot. President Trump's strongest case for reelection remains the country's healthy economy. But a new poll suggests that's a complicated subject. Washington Post polling director, Scott Clement has taken a closer look and spoke with komo's Bill O'neil. Scott people recognize the economy is a big factor. But according to this new Washington Post ABC news poll, they're also reading something else into it, aren't they? That's right, criticized as political system is unfair by President Trump. And now several Democrats we asked basic question of whether people think the economic system mainly works to the benefit of all people or whether it really works for people in power. And by sixty percent thirty six percent or people said benefits those in power. How does this breakdown by political party? So. It is a pretty stark divide eight and ten democratic voters say the benefits those in power two thirds or so of independence say the same. But that drops to thirty two percent among Republicans majority. Sixty five percent of Republicans say the benefits all people, obviously, you'd expect this to be an issue democratic presidential hopefuls would seize upon wouldn't it? If you look at the campaigns of Elizabeth Warren as well as Sanders, I and the proposals other really speaking to this general concern about the system not being fair how we can the first question. So we don't know whether this is really on the rise or declining. But it is notable that Trump really ran against the establishment establishment economic establishment and Democrats are really taking out of his book in trying to run it on that we look over the sphere of issues. How does this one rate among the others? The president might try to seize upon as he makes his case for a second term people across. On which ones make you more likely to support him in terms of his he's performed so far which one is making more likely to oppose. Clearly, positive by ten points. Forty two to thirty two percent. It's positive factor. Either mixed to negative on the international trade is basically split if you look at illegal immigration negative for Trump by eight points. And if you look at healthcare, it's negative thirteen percentage points off. So some of the the issues that Trump continues emphasize and really look to a haven't turned out to be as positive at least. That's pulling director Scott Clements, you can read more online at Washington Post dot com, and that's Bill O'neil chief executive of the largest metropolitan area in Missouri has pleaded not guilty to federal charges of bribery and mail fraud. ABC's Kent Martin has more from Saint Louis the unsealed indictment charges. Saint Louis county executive Steve stinger with taking campaign contributions in return for contracts and other favorable actions. In addition to the pay for play scheme. Federal prosecutors say stinger lied to cover up his actions and that the evidence they develop includes thousand. Of emails and texts until now stinger a democrat who had been reelected last fall had repeatedly denied the charges. If convicted faces up to twenty years in prison on each count Kent Martin ABC news Saint Louis coming up on KOMO news. Consumer reports test replacement windows, I'm herb Weisbaum. With the top rated.

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