35 Burst results for "Thirty One Billion Dollars"

Nvidia to buy UK's Arm, sparking fears of chip dominance

Pivot

04:17 min | 5 months ago

Nvidia to buy UK's Arm, sparking fears of chip dominance

"Talk shortly about invidia buying chip company armed from. Softbank. The deal is worth forty billion and video said it will make it the quote Premier Computing Company for the age of Ai Invidia is best known for supplying ships at rendered images, video games, but it's so much more than Invidia has become sort of the power player in in this. Area and I know you're not a chip expert but this is the this is a critical company for a this this sermon, I wanna get into the idea of what it means for certain companies sort of owning a space and you just recently testified about single companies or or a small group of companies owning spaces, and how dangerous that is why it's It like this was a bit of an a for sale because bank has pledged to raising forty or fifty billion dollars in my understanding is they're they're not gonNA make a ton of money I think about bought this company that bought on for about thirty. Thirty or thirty, two billion just about three years ago, and they're getting a mix of stock and cash. What we interesting is it now I I've invidia. The, most impressive company I just don't know about its now got a larger market capitalization than Intel when I was in business school was considered kind of the most innovative giant company in the world. They've been blown by, and then what happens does apple still WANNA do business within video when they buy a competitor to their? To. Their chip designs so the chip bores looks like it's about to get more interesting and just. Greed. Company gets sold for forty. Billion although. That's a bit of a headline number. It was it includes performance in all sorts of other stuff that does about one point going timeout thirty times revenues, and then Invidia with A. It's got a three hundred billion on market cap with twelve billion in revenues I mean this stuff is just it as obviously very strategic that that literally exhaust might total knowledge of the chip-making space. Do you have any thoughts on this deal? Well, I think I think people don't realize Jensen Wong who's the CEO? Has had it sort of as quiet? Person WHO's super I tried to get him to come to co last year and removes like Oh chips the but I think it's really important to understand how powerful this company has become an how innovative it's bad. You know arm holdings was a designer of chips for mobile phones Softbank had struggled in this area Softbank was sort of into everything but bought it for thirty one, billion dollars a couple of years ago. So you know it needed money because of all the other problems it's having, and this is an opportunity for invidia but it's gone. It's gone well beyond mobile for. and it's it's in graphics. It's a it's been moving into self driving vehicles as an area that it's that it's moved into and so it's just it. Just it just says that you know it's going to buy up everything and like you were talking about all these opportunities that were that are a lot of the focus here is going to be on Softbank because it's been involved in so many deals that have sort of blown up whether it be. You. Know this this the overvaluation, we worker or other issues. It's been the the collapse of the Vision Fund and things like that. So a lot of people like to focus on Softbank because it's an interesting sort of ongoing traffic accident but really invidia is has quietly been. You know becoming the go-to Chip Company not just with graphics in games and things like that but artificial. self-driving another area it's moving into I. Think it's it's going to grow Internet of things and stuff like that and Softbank was just not able to do anything about it, and so I think you have to focus on invidia being on this sort of tear beyond where they started and I think people don't realize. It's one of these companies that you don't pay attention to very much like I'm blanking the other. There's another trip company that just is doing incredibly well, it's run by Lisa. Su That it's just there's there's all these companies that are holding incredibly powerful positions amd also on a tear that are very important to the future and so that you're right there's going to be a real focus on where the chip business is going.

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Despite the Pandemic, Airbnb Will Take the Company Public

Business Wars Daily

04:07 min | 6 months ago

Despite the Pandemic, Airbnb Will Take the Company Public

"I'm Elaine Appleton grant and this is business worse daily on this Tuesday August Eighteenth David Brown is on vacation. There's no other way to say, this twenty twenty is a weird year and yeah, that's a whopping understatement particularly for the travel sector, the latest news and the beleaguered lodging industry. It looks like AIRBNB will go public before the end of the year. The multibillion dollar home sharing company has long been eyeing the public markets. Early, this year AIRBNB was planning its IPO even though twenty nineteen. had been a rough year to in the first nine months of that year and the company lost more than three hundred and thirty million dollars growth was slowing competition already rough was increasing from aggressive rival Expedia, which owns short term rental brands. We are be O- and home away as we reported here, last year the entry of Marriott into the luxury home sharing business didn't help either. When the pandemic hit things took a dramatic turn for the worse the company faced a Billion Dollars in cancellations its valuation dropped from thirty one, billion dollars in twenty seventeen to eighteen billion dollars. This April, the next month airbnb laid off. Two, hundred people a quarter of its staff. It also slowed down plans to expand into TV and transportation the verge reported. Things were looking dire enough that even though it had plenty of cash on hand airbnb chose to borrow money and take on new investment to get through the crisis in total. The company raised two billion dollars at what the verge called. The steep interest rate top executives cut their pay and the eight hundred million dollar marketing budget was slashed the New York Times reported. It all seemed like one gigantic headache I say O'Brien Chessy in his crew. And yet AIRBNB still plans to go public by the end of August. AIRBNB could file IPO paperwork with the SEC if it does shares could trade before New Year's. At first glance that sounds crazy. But it actually reflects a little good news for the travel business along with some dramatically new patterns of travel behavior both here and abroad what do I mean? We'll think about it if you were stuck in the middle of a crowded city, this spring or summer working at your dining room table, would you stay put? Beginning in May a certain number of US said Hell? No. They had a Derulo areas where they could rent other people's homes, AIRBNB bookings, both in America and overseas began climbing back from their black hole for the three weeks starting around Memorial Day vacationers reserved twenty percent more homes than they did a year earlier according to Bloomberg business was best far from the madding crowds in. June. Reservations in the countryside jumped twenty five percent hosts in rural areas earned more than two hundred, million dollars in that month alone payments DOT COM reported international travel is virtually impossible and of course many. Of US are still avoiding airplanes so more and more of us are taking vacations within two hundred miles of our homes about one tank of gas in many cases were also staying longer after all many people no longer have to get back by Monday to go to the office we just take our work with us in a meeting in July CEO Chesty expressed amazement at the rebound in bookings. There is something I never would have imagined telling you the New York Times reported a kind of defies logic, but in June reservations also grew at rival Vr be oh, the Motley fool reported. Optimists see these numbers as a sign of life for the travel industry as a whole but predicting the future of travel right now is best left to gambling halls AIRBNB is fortunes could change suddenly depending on the course of

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Verata Health Named Leading Innovative Artificial Intelligence Company by the American Hospital Association

Sports To The Max with Mike Max

07:47 min | 1 year ago

Verata Health Named Leading Innovative Artificial Intelligence Company by the American Hospital Association

"Varada health was named the leading innovative artificial intelligence company by the American hospital association now when I think of artificial intelligence I think of things like telemedicine or how doctors are doing surgeries remotely or helping people in rural areas this isn't exactly that but broader is using a I to automate authorizations it's a process that insurance companies are using two dudes screening procedures test things like imaging and used and and allowing drugs before they can be delivered to a patient well I wanted to know more about how artificial intelligence and what it's doing in our health care sector so joining us now is Jeremy freeze Jeremy is from fraud health Jeremy thanks for hanging with me today yeah thank you dear and it's great to be here so tell me I I briefly and probably poorly described what varada health does but what does right to help do and how was it using a I I actually think you did a great job this I mean you cannot so well what the process today in the United States for patients to get the care that they deserve name so I'm a physician and what what I would have to do in my practice when I would say I'm gonna do a surgery on a patient is we'd have to collect all the medical information with after go to the website for an insurance company to figure out what help our you rule would need to be in that and then we would print off those documents your honor for my hand and send it across the fax line to get approval for that care so what we're yeah so we're doing is we are automating that process using technology okay how to so this is the actual patient care you're not touching the patient with a I a you're not even prescribing the drugs right are you just making it safer for them to get the care they need so also what we fear is we're helping patients get the care they deserve so your doctor gonna say they're going to discuss the real prescribes what they think is that we see is our job to help streamline that process so that you can get that Kerr there's an enormous amount of money and time spent in the night eight in fact the number is thirty one billion dollars spent in you after all round this administrative hassle and so we're really working to streamline that that patient care faster and get the get the care that they deserve so are you a software company we are only a software company our hospitals and physician customers use our software to automate that very labor intensive process so could streamlining this labor intensive process and maybe taking out a few steps could it possibly lower healthcare costs say yeah and that you know that clearly is part of our goal as I said thirty one billion dollars spent on this in terms of people cost physician time and and frankly sometimes care just not getting done that should be delivered until we are our goal is to take the instead of days and weeks that it takes for patients to get approval so they can get the care really turn that down in a matter of moments and by automating that timeline you're you're definitely taking cost us I see a couple now possible points of failure though because don't you have strict privacy laws that you guys have to work around so that you get very much so and that's critically important health care what we do is we work on has partnered with with hospitals and physician groups where we securely connect into the medical record and today that information is being sent over a fax machine we're able to send it in an even higher security grade manner over to the payers and legal yeah we would actually argue that this is a more secure way of taking care of the problem so that's the crux you have then created something proprietary that's even more secure than the ten different hands it has to go through to get approval yeah I am there and the multiple bald lacking can dropped when you have the ten different hand that it goes through that and that certainly part of the significant damage is your system in use already in fact yes we're proud to be a Minnesota based company with multiple minister and national customers that are used in within the platform with great success and it proven that patients are getting in and getting their surgery and and diagnostic tests doctor than than they were before so the patient doesn't really know that this is all happening behind the scenes they just know that they can get scheduled faster or they can get a diagnosis or the medications prescribed they need faster right so we're we're certainly not at all helpful brand that the names were I would mean anything to patient that it will we we partner with the hospital so that they can do their job faster and you know patients are getting in a matter of days instead of weeks when they're using our software and the way this keeps costs down is it and I just need to be Frank here I mean is it because you're cutting back on people the amount of people you have in the middle so therefore you know the doctor's office doesn't have to pay those salaries and therefore there's a lower cost to the patient so we don't yeah I'd say I'd say no the challenge is that today the number of prior authorizations that doctors offices are needing if you're continues to go up the monster Billy every year in fact the last three years it's gone up fifty four percent until doctors off the hospitals are needing short higher significantly more staff to do this now with our software they don't need to hire those additional staff so there is no jobs are safe and and and but but people are able to do their job better and faster than they were when their usual post it note I love that it's a Minnesota company is this your brain child it might might deny this is the brain child yes not a one man show and the creation story how did it start was just were you fed up with the paperwork so as I shared thanks for the question I I am a physician and practiced at Mayo Clinic for eighteen years and had really wonderful staff that you know how we care for patients from across Minnesota across the world and a significant amount of time they spent helping get approval so we deliver that character was really that frustration that led to let the rock well you know what it's fantastic I'm glad we have you here in Minnesota helping group create better and more efficient healthcare for the people not only of Minnesota but for the whole country a doctor Jeremy freeze is there anything that I didn't ask you anything I need to know about her I don't you know I appreciate the question we are excited to partner with other great Minnesota organizations like the Minnesota hospital association and really helping drive the solution throughout the state and yeah I have it in documents from our friends here in in the wallet three almond so we're we're promised on a company and excited to really help thank thanks for your time nature yeah you got it doc that Dr germ free thank you so much for educating us

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The State of the iPhone

Mac Power Users

07:53 min | 1 year ago

The State of the iPhone

"Let's talk about the various apple platforms and we're we're GONNA do these state of a platform shows. We're going to separate them out by several months. We're not gonNA just like dumped them all on you at once but you know we want to talk about the iphone Mac. The I pat probably online services is a separate one but we just want to kind of talk about where apple's been and where we're going and kind of Grade them a little bit. I guess on how they're doing on these various platforms and today's the first one of those. Yeah I'd I'd love this idea because it's nice to sort of check in and see where where things are and kind of as a moment in time and what's what's kind of wild and thinking about this because we've been talking about all these episodes sort of as a block given that we're going to split them up over time just really. How mature some many of apple's products and platforms really have become an even something? Newer newer of doing air quotes like the Apple. Watch or the IPAD. They've got several years under their belt. Now you know the Apple Watch has been around for five years. The IPAD is coming up on ten and his mind blowing so it feels like a really good season to start this off. Yeah agree and you know. And the reason we're starting with the iphone is because the iphone is largely the big it is the biggest product that apple makes. It is driving the bus. I spent a few minutes on Google. And the first. There's three quarters of two thousand nineteen. We don't have the twenty twenty results yet but I'm sorry the fourth quarter results yet but the first three quarters the iphone sold thirty one billion dollars by by phone. It is fifty three and a half percent of apple's business. So it's over half of Apple's business. Although that number's going down it used to be even a higher percentage which of Apple's business and actually that's a good thing I feel like for those years that it was the rocket ship and it was almost all of apple's business. They spent all all their attention on the IPHONE and Mac and some of these other devices suffered and now. That's not true so they've got to pay attention to everything. Yeah I I have been totally fine with balanced being restored to the four syllable bit here. Do you WanNa talk about Star Wars. The iphone today. Sorry sorry sermon. Stay on target. And you can't talk like that. I'm sorry I'm sorry dangled in front of you all right. We should do something like that. I don't know when but we should just I like that Anyway Apple still very much. The IPHONE company and That's the big product. So that's the first state of a showy wanted to I do I don't know about you but for me. The iphone really was a mind bender when it showed up. I remember I. Don't I've said this on the show before I don't remember the the guy's name but there was a guy. He had a black turtleneck and pair of glasses and he did a bunch of introductory videos of the iphone that got released a couple days before the original iphone got released. At least you remember those I do. Yeah I mean they were apple videos there on apple's website And because I was thinking oh I don't have six hundred dollars to spend on the phone and watch those videos and it sunk in me. I was completely hooked. I think I've told the story before but deering thing. I was a apple retail employees. At the time the original iphone came out and was announced and I was actually on vacation during that macworld. Keynote visiting family in rural North Carolina and Virginia. So the I of course. There's obviously before the iphone so I didn't know what was going on until I got back like my aunt's house and she had dial up and like I check my email and had email from a friend of mine at the store just basically like holy cow. Can you believe this and I remember like on. My guess would have been a powerbook at the time. Trying to load like the apple dot com slash iphone webpages which like full of graphics. I remember they were black. Lack look really cool and it totally blew my mind and this is used a newton for a long time and used a palm trae. Oh that was actually my current phone. Be Right before the iphone so I was sort of hipped the idea of of a smartphone or something that you carried with you. An ultra portable. We'll device but that first iphone seemed like it just like it came from the future and just had landed here in the president of a sudden. Yeah well I I mean me. I don't WanNA dwell on the past too much but at the time I had a a palm tree. Oh Yeah No. It wasn't that was the one they're back then but I had totally turned it into to a Mac. I had like downloaded apple icons and I had basically hacked the thing to death so it was like a MC- you know. The it looked like a AH Macintosh if you look at the screen you know it was great and so I was. You know I was interested but it was expensive than than I saw those videos and then I was sunk and and that was the start of a beautiful relationship. But you're not the beginning apple really. It changed the world in terms of phones. Nobody headphones and touchscreens. And nobody headphones with an actual working browser. I mean. I don't know if you remember. But the palm treo browser was It was terrible. I'm going to say a word. But they would get us. We'd lose our CLEANTECH. It was real bad it was it was it was I think. Jobs calls in a keynote like the baby internet. It was not good. I remember you go to a website and I see a couple of words like usually the links would show up but just as plain text and it was just like it was it was terrible but You know in fairness Internet was a lot slower in the radios or slower and all that but it was it was terrible and so apple comes out with this phone. I remember reading a little later about a meeting at blackberry. Act Berry where they had. The iphone brought it into a board meeting and somebody threw it on the table and said this isn't real there. They you know like they didn't even believe it was possible. Both which is why they lost but anyways so apple made this phone and they had this huge lead over the entire industry but that was is a long time ago and now Google is in there making great operating systems last week. I spent several days with Google phone knowing that we're making the show and just to see what was going on on that side of the fence. I don't I don't go over there too. Often they're very good phones in the operating system is not you know. The dumpster fire was years ago. So how is apple holding up and that's something we want to talk about today. Yeah it's amazing that in the period media time since then that it has become not only completely normal to have something like an iphone I keep current android phone Having something like that with you but just it. It is hard to overstate how much the world has changed because of these devices like I don't thank you can't overstate it. Because it has created entire industries it has equipped people to do things that weren't possible before it's it's really in the in the world. There's few things that hold that sort of power I think over culture yet. It's created industries and has destroyed them as well and in the You know and I feel like I'm an enabler on this technology but at the same time if you listen to the focus podcast. I'm really aware of the attention. Deficit problems assumes that can result from having the Internet in your pocket and yeah and actively trying to help people not get sucked into that black hole but I mean so it really right. The the iphone changed. Everything I mean. In a lot of ways it may be a more momentous events than the personal computer was. Was You know when we first started getting maximum. PC's and Atari back in the day. I mean I think this is certainly affected a bigger percentage of

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Chinese e-commerce giants report booming Singles Day sales

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Chinese e-commerce giants report booming Singles Day sales

"To you more than a half billion people in China are expected to be glued to their computer screens today it is singles day and it's under way it's the world's largest online shopping sale a million new products are up for grabs he Kerr McGee commerce giant Alibaba kicking off the event this morning and get this so far has raked in a record thirty one billion dollars in sales annually singles day racks up bigger sales than Black Friday and cyber Monday

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"More than fifteen minutes from the big stories on W. B. B. S. thanks for joining us on Michael Wallace three things to know at three fifteen one a flash flood watches into effect in northern New Jersey this afternoon heavy rains moving into will be windy maybe a thunderstorm extant today to tonight's game four between the Yankees and ask for us as been postponed until tomorrow night never to president trump calls his withdrawal of US troops from Syria strategically brilliant Republican senator Lindsey Graham has been an ally of the president says he will become the president's worst nightmare the feel I was Turkey to slaughter the Kurds in Syria and three General Motors and the United auto workers have reached a tentative contract agreement forty nine thousand workers walked off the job a month ago shutting down GM's factories the parents of young British man killed in a traffic accidents with an American woman say they declined a White House meeting with the woman yesterday resident trump welcome Charlotte Charles and Tim done to the White House then inform them that the woman and circle was was in the building and they could meet with her Charles so she and her husband felt ambushed she tells CBS this morning the White House was the wrong setting for that kind of meeting all along that you know we are winning sweet half we are still waiting for me hi and it needs to be on the case hello you know and with therapists and made a sense not not just us the Harris wow cool this is the wife of an American intelligence officer she left the U. K. claiming diplomatic immunity after the accident Florida has launched an investigation into vaping companies state Attorney General actually moody wants to know if more than twenty companies targeted miners as a mother I refuse to sit back and watch while our next generation comes addicted to another nicotine product speaking at a tampon high school moody said the state cannot wait for federal vaping regulations to curb what she calls the teen vaping epidemic a report by the society of actuaries says the opioid crisis is because the U. S. economy six hundred thirty one billion dollars over the past four years the society says the highest cost was in lost earnings for those who died in the crisis next was health care with Medicaid and Medicare bearing most of the cost federal data show at least four hundred thousand people have died in the U. S. from overdoses of legal and illegal opioids in the past twenty years fruity drinks advertise for kids may not be as healthy as they seem to be when we looked at the children's drink market two.

Amazon juiced its search algorithm to sell its own products over competitors’

KYW 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon juiced its search algorithm to sell its own products over competitors’

"Anti trust attorneys are reportedly looking into Amazon's search algorithm Amazon may have a major anti trust problem on its hands the Wall Street journal reports that the E. commerce leader changed its search algorithm to favor its own products over those of rivals the journal says that's the conclusion of a years long fight between Amazon Seattle retail executives and the search engineering team in Silicon Valley which raised objections over adding profit factors into the algorithm while Amazon's private label business posted two billion dollars in sales and twenty eighteen investment firm SunTrust Robinson Humphrey forecast that the business will be worth thirty one billion dollars and twenty twenty two more than all of Macy's twenty eighteen revenue Jason Brooks

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"If you can pay I would qualify for all of these yeah I will yes if you can pay to wish I had let's be honest if they get enough money from this fund that they can pay for I don't know how many undergraduate students wanted just given the first two years free it was a rice free for years I don't know how I want somebody was yeah somebody if you've got the endowment and you can offer a free education remember that's not including books and room and board and such this is just to wish it I've always heard that Harvard's endowment same with Yale's Stanford's there is also bad that they could easily afford to pay for everybody school so why aren't there because government money is available I'm gonna finance just if people are gonna pay why not I gotta be honest with you that's exactly right yeah why would I give you a raise if you're willing to work for this amount of money why what I charge you less if you're willing to pay more yeah specially if people are all right people are Paine college coaches to lie about their kids so they can get in university of Texas Harvard's endowment has thirty nine point two billion a lot yeah interest on that's pretty good U. T. endowment second largest in the nation according to Bloomberg data yeah it's huge they can afford now they might not be able to for example fifty thousand per to Harvard's what twenty I don't know I don't know any Harvard and university of Texas thirty one billion dollars and that was in that was that was six months ago I've been Harvard sprite let's see twenty three fifteen I don't know how many they have only stood say about you know if you got the kind of money I mean are you really that bad investing that you can't come up with enough cash that you can pay and once again we're not talking about room and board when I set about building fees and twenty two thousand okay twenty yeah well tell you what that we're talking about tuition only sure I think that you can afford it and I think that would be an extraordinary gesture to everybody that you've screwed in the past by charging outrageous amounts for a crap education I believe when you walk into the dorms there you T. has rubbers the graph do they really so you're you're into the whole rubber thing are just like saying the world much as you can well you know you just got to remember Baylor that's certainly didn't exist but I remember going I for you with the big dorm there is Chester Chester that said that its own zip code yes John Norman jazz it for me I was shocked because I'd like a Burger King in classrooms and I think that's out of dorm yeah that's just a giant built his massive yeah.

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Thirty one billion dollars a Mariel Sagarra for marketplace. There's nobody who really enjoys going through airport security, right shoes. Liquids the occasional Pat down. But there was a piece in the New York Times the other day that puts a new lens on the TSA experience Alex zone. Elizabeth wrote about their last time through security and how their gender identity came into play. And that prompted the discussion here about gender and identity can affect one's economic choices. So we got Alex on the phone. How are you? Good. Thanks. Thanks for having me on. So just rather than have made do it. Why don't you do me a favor and first of all tell me, and this is a question. I ask everybody we have in this program. Tell me how you'd like to be sure Alex fennel it, and I use the pronoun van them. And you define yourself in the in the more macro societal sense as non binary, right? That's correct gender queer. So this plays out a whole lot of ways in in your personal life, and in your your sort of outside the office interactions. But but what we wanted what I wanna do with here is explore a little bit. What it means for you being a gender fluid person in the Sakata me I described up in the introduction your experience TSA. And and what that was like for you. I mean when you go out and about and you're buying a Cup of coffee, or or you stop for Bengal or something. Is your gender identity part of your economic decision. Making it absolutely is an I I need to stun. Unfortunately, do a little clarifying I don't actually identify gender fluid so gender fluid would be someone who experiences their gender changing gay today. And I think that's too for a lot of people from it really isn't for me. I've I've known roughly since I was eight that I didn't fall into the male or female categories got. And so the way it tends to interact with my day to day, my friends, and I are much more likely to frequent coffee shops that we only got his coffee shops where there's a restaurant we can use. I changed tens because the nationally might belong to have a place for me to shower, and you know, I chose my doctor's office because they asked me about pronouns on the phone because they didn't assume something about my gender. We've been dealing with straight up corporate, and and you know, personally comic things, but there's also a government and the federal state aspect of this. And the thing that comes to mind is your driver's license. Yes. And I happen to live in a state now man that has a non binary lists option. There you go. I will say it makes everyone very nervous, right? Once you take that non binary license, and then you have to present it at TSA or you have to present it somewhere else. It's it's nerve acting right? And mention of TSA, of course, gets us back to how we and why we got on the phone, which is society and the economic devices in it, whether it's air travel, or you know, paperwork for your job. Not yet coming to terms with the way, this society is changing. Absolutely. And I think you know, we know that more and more people are identifying trans non binary current estimates. Put the number between maybe close to a million to a million and a half depending on who's doing the estimating. And so part of what was so interesting to me about the experience was simply that once I actually made it through the screening, and I was then running late to the plane three people in a row said, oh what happened? You know? You're you're closer to us when when you headed into and I said, oh, you know button. And they had no idea what the button was. So so decide for described for folks the button because I didn't say it up. So so describe it for us. Sure when you step into the scanner all of us, everyone the agent hits about neither blue button or pink button to classify your gender as either binary male or binary female, and that guides the expectation of the scanner. So for example, if some if a transcend is perceived how she wishes to be perceived if she is perceived as female and the agent hits the female button. Trigger an alarm there'll be an alarm over her crotch because it may not suit machines expectations. And so just like you take a moment. Anyway, learn someone's actual name by it rather than resorting to binary pronounce sorting or binary sorting another areas other than having paperwork fit, you know, doesn't have gender queer option. He has a moment. Oscar self by. Why are we still have that in why that's necessary? Alex Marzano is a professor at bowdoin. Piece in the New York Times is worth Reed college. Thanks a lot. I appreciate it. Thanks. Coming up people are really wanting that marble, look so that really like color countertop. Will you can't get that in granite? Yeah. You can't. But marbly is really expensive. You know? I though, let's do the numbers. Volatility over trade, anxiety, twelve one A M Friday is tariff time, by the way down basically flat today, twenty five thousand nine sixty seven the NASDAQ down twenty points about a quarter percent seventy nine forty three this and p five hundred off four about.

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KCRW

"Thirty one billion dollars a Marriott Sagarra for marketplace. There's nobody who really enjoys going through airport security, right? The shoes liquids the occasional Pat down. But there was a piece in the New York Times the other day that puts a new lens on the TSA experience Alex zone eleven which wrote about their last time through security and how their gender identity came into play. And that prompted the discussion here about how gender and identity can affect one's economic choices. So we got Alex on the phone. How are you? Good. Thanks. Thanks for having me on. So. Just rather than have mean do it. Why don't you do me a favor and first of all tell me, and this is a question. I asked everybody we have on this program. Tell me how you'd like to be identified. Sure. Alex eleven of each and I use the pronouns they them and you define yourself in the in the more macro societal sense as non binary, right? That's correct gender queer. So this plays out a whole lot of ways in in your personal life, and in your your sort of outside the office interactions. But but what we wanted what I wanna do with year is explore a little bit. What it means for you? Being a gender fluid person in this economy. I described up in the introduction your experience at TSA. And and what that was like for you. I mean when you go out and about and you're buying a Cup of coffee or were you stop for bagel or something? Is your gender identity part of your economic decision. Making it absolutely is. I need to stunned. Unfortunately, do a little clarify. I don't actually identify gender fluid so gender fluid would be someone who experiences their gender changing gay today. And I think that's too for a lot of people for me. It really isn't for me. I've I've known roughly since I was eight that I sort of didn't fall into the male or female categories. And so the way it tends to interact with my day to day, my friends, and I are much more likely to frequent coffee shops that we only got his frigging coffee shops where there's a restroom we can use. I changed gyms because initially I belong to have a place for me to shower, and you know, I chose my doctor's office because they asked me about pronouns on the phone because they didn't assume something about my gender. We've been dealing with straight up corporate and personal economic things. But there's also a government and the federal state aspect of this. And the thing that comes to mind is your driver's license. Yes. And I happen to live in a state now man that has a non binary option. There you go. But I will say it makes it makes everyone very nervous, right? Once you take that non license, and then you have to present it at TSA or you have to present it somewhere else. It's it's nerve acting right? And mention of TSA, of course, gets us back to how we and why we got you on the phone, which is society and the economic devices in it, whether it's air travel, or you know, paperwork for your job. Not yet coming to terms with the way, this society is changing. Absolutely. And I think you know, we know that more and more people are identifying as trans non binary current estimates. Put the number between maybe close to a million to a million and a half depending on who's doing the estimating. And so part of what was so interesting to me about the experience was simply that once I actually made it through the screening, and I was then running late to the plane three people in a row said, oh what happened? You know? You're you're closer to us when when you headed into and I said, oh, you know, the button. And they had no idea what the button was. So describe for folks the button because I didn't say it up. So so describe it for us. Sure when you step into the scanner all of us, everyone the TSA agent hits about neither blue button or pink button to classify your gender as either binary male or binary female, and that guides the expectation of the scanner. So for example, if some if I transcend is perceived how she wishes to proceed if she is perceived as the male and the agent hits the female button. She will trigger an alarm there'll be an alarm over her crotch. Because it may not suit machines expectations. And so just like you take a moment. Anyway, learn someone's actual name rather than resorting to binary pronouns sorting or binary sorting another areas other than having paperwork. It doesn't have gender queer option. You know, it's a moment. Oscar south why why are we still have that in why that's necessary? Alex Marzano, which is a professor at bowdoin. Piece in the New York Times.

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Apple's financial results: Learning to sell the iPhone - sixcolors.com

Todd and Don

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Apple's financial results: Learning to sell the iPhone - sixcolors.com

"Hour, but has Apple's icon. I phoned seen seen its maximum potential. That's the question some are asking following the release of Apple's second quarter financial reserves results apple has reported quarterly revenue at fifty eight billion that's down five percents from the same quarter last year in the tech giant said, it's crucially important services division, hit an all time high of eleven point five billion while I'll iphone revenue came in at thirty one billion dollars year over year. Even though the iphone still makes up about fifty three percent of Apple's entire revenue. What's next for this icon Iconex smartphone for from the tech side of it? What

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Apple is finally moving beyond the iPhone as the smartphone industry stalls out

Nick Digilio

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Apple is finally moving beyond the iPhone as the smartphone industry stalls out

"Right. Well, let's start with the with with apple now. The last time we had John was right after their big the big the big announcement with all the movie stars. And you know, an all the services and all that stuff. They and they are betting on that under bending on their services the future of the services. Correct. Yes. I mean that really is going to be what makes up the difference for the slowing high phone sales that continue to be a problem for them. Okay. So what do they what are they focusing on? Now. Yeah. So what we got? We got earnings report on Tuesday, and it for example, iphone revenue fell seventeen percent year-over-year, which is is not a small percent at all. And one of the things that really made the different travel and actually ended up saving them here where their services doubts like I cloud, apple music, the app store and also the wearables right stuff like the apple watch. So it's really interesting to see that already. Apple is going to all these changes rather dramatically, and they say that Indiana, it's going to be fine. But this this in between period where we had apple news plus launch back a month ago. Right back in March and their new apple TV, plus compete with Netflix, and Disney and all these people it's not out yet either. It's apple arcade gaming service. Those those coming later this year. So it's going to be interesting to see how much apple changes. And remember there. I still wanna sell us iphones. Right. It's not going to be the big thing about them all the time anymore. So it since the iphones have fallen a little bit on hard times. Is that is that what's happening? Well, it you know, I would love to have Apple's problems. Yeah. Yeah. Really what it is is that anymore right in this case it actually drops. But they're still details of the iphones thirty one billion dollars for the quarter that is larger than most companies on the plan. Sure goes, you know, why some people look at this and they doom and Google, right? This is a really bad sign for apple and the future may not be good. A lot of other people that they well, wait a minute. You know, they're still huge company. They got opportunity to change. The obviously see that they need to change how they do business to succeed and to consider it continue going on and they're doing those efforts right now. So maybe it all turned out. Okay. And you know, everyone would be dead against apple typically end up going barley. So I'm not going to bet against the services that they are that they they they they're planning. And then are offering heavy announced one of the major things that people complained about for that for the presentation the last time, we talked was that you know, they announced on these things, but didn't have a price. For many of them are subscription rate or any of that stuff. Have they decided on that had they updated that at all? I wish. No those numbers. I will bet you right now. I think this is a pretty safe bet. I don't think we're going to get the pricing until September. And the reason is that the big iphone type, right? So you know, it would make sense that they would wait until September. When they have the big ones. Right. Maybe they'd bring out Oprah again. And we'll get to find out how much money they want from us. They really interesting though in the time between Apple's announcement. And now we've learned that Disney wants to charge for Disney and that service, which by the way, you have to remember the company said, they're betting company on this. This is no minor thing. They're streaming service is these insurance Disney, and one of the things they said is that it's gonna cost you seven bucks a month that is vastly cheaper than Netflix. Yeah. And it, and I think it also cheaper than what some people thought apple TV puts my I'm curious. I'd love to be. Fly on the wall where they're trying to figure out what the price is. There's actually rumors out there that is you subscribe to several of apple services. Like, let's say you buy my cloud, and you get apple music might get apple TV close for a cheaper rate or maybe for free. So there's a lot of rumors about how they're gonna maybe play with this to get you interested in you know, that you enticed into paying the money. I'm really curious to see outweighs out. Yeah. Seven dollars. That's that's a fantastic rate for. Right. Yeah. Especially if you're a parent, and you know, you are you're in the middle of the the Disney run up on of every maybe the red. Yeah. You you that price looks

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Apple Q2 FY 2019 Earnings Report: iPhone Struggles But iPad And Services Expand

BTV Simulcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

Apple Q2 FY 2019 Earnings Report: iPhone Struggles But iPad And Services Expand

"But first to our top story. Of course, it's apple shares rising in after hours trading. They're all let me find the sun on the company. Second quarter, earnings report the filmmakers continuing his transition to a service company with revenue in the country reaching a high of eleven and a half billion dollars. Remember, Apple's launching a plethora of new services like streaming video video games improve new subscription instill its biggest revenue driver, though remains the iphone which demand stabilize to thirty one billion dollars. But that's still a drop and remember disappointed the -nificant in the holiday quarter more on these results. I want to bring in Cambridge from Cambridge Massachusetts forest. Principal analyst Judy ask is with us. Julie. I'm so interested by these numbers because share price is big movement after hours because it was a beat. We gotta remember. Yes, they're beating on the share that beating on their revenue. They're giving us a big dividend share buybacks, but these are still falling revenues fillings earning. Per share foreing. I phone sales. So it sounds like another born quarter for apple they continue sort of like, it's the same news every quarter, no more. Seriously. I think the things that you can look to that are very strong is their installed base continues to grow service revenue continues to grow. And so it's still a very strong story for apple despite all that. Okay. So talk to us about the real strength. Is it all about the services really is starting to go? They cool it a record quarter in terms of the sevices number eleven billion. Yeah. So I think we'd expect to continue to see record quarters. And I think also while the hardware business is still the core of apple a lot of the upward growth is still going to have to come from services. There isn't a next if device there isn't the smartwatch or the home Pau or something else that I have to have. So we're still to a large extent relying on the smartphone smartphone upgrades. But then a lot of the growth is going to come from services. I think that's where you're gonna see more revenue per consumer as we look forward, and it will give their install base being what one point four billion news. I mean is this enough is this do we worry in any way that that base might erode when we have such composition in high end device areas such a such as Google pixel such is while they for example, they are so integrated that they keep that use the base on the services really does then heavy lifting. Yes. I do believe that apple tends to have a very loyal base of consumers. And I think what's difficult. Here's you can't parse out that one point four billion. So as consumer as Julie how many devices do I own versus how many new customers are they bringing into the apple ecosystem because certainly the value the services, and the value of the devices goes up the more devices that I own and so both of those numbers need to continue to grow for apple. Okay. Some of the interest, of course, from this results is going to be focused on China because they tried to to certain extent blame all of that problems on China, particularly the falling iphone sales. Once again, China is the weak point was seeing down about twenty percent. I think in terms of hero via sales in how much of a worry is it that China's seems to be not quite the growth focus that have been. So I think it's always somewhat of concern because it's the largest market in the world. Certainly there's a very strong competition from the local players in the Chinese market, but bigger picture when we look at where new smartphone sales are coming from. They're gonna come from economies like China and India, Indonesia, Nigeria other large companies and is going to be harder for apple to compete at their price points versus some of the local players some of those in the Android market. So it's always going to be a tough road there. I'm what about Judy as much as potentially the fundamentals at play here. But we do look them giving more cash back to the investor base that doing mole shed buybacks big dividends. But they still got an enormous cash pile. How do you wanna see that put to work? Yes. So nothing financial advisor or an analyst. I probably have not the right person say how they should put that the work. But I think if they had better product ideas, and one of the things I would say right because the next thing we'd be the services, there's only so much money that you can put at services because really there's a lot of the pendency both on developers to create services on top of the platform. And there's a lot of runway for developers to go. And then they're also very dependent upon their ecosystem partners like signing up more partners within the payment ecosystem, getting more content. And so it's not as if they can just throw more money at services and magically make that number grow their so dependent on their partners to do that unless they make some very different decisions about content so forth. You're right. It's interesting hearing from Tim cook on the cool at the moment in our life blog, which is a Bloomberg offering that shows all the latest news coming out of the cool Monka reporting cook his out with the superlatives calling the ipad quota was a blockbuster and praising the apple. Bush, but not saying the company's culture is that of flexibility, adaptability, creativity longtime thinking is apple on. It's very cool adaptable enough flexible enough to decide it's of services company over and above a hardware company. So I was given their track record today would say the answer is. Yes, I think they're also in a position that you could say is similar to some of the other large hardware manufacturers. And if he would compare them to some of their largest competitors. I would even argue that they're further ahead in the services space for a company that's still generating the vast majority of their revenue from hardware. Great perspective coming from I studios. We thank you very much. Indeed, she's going to have more for us. Apple later

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Netflix Fights to Keep Its Most Watched Shows

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:21 min | 1 year ago

Netflix Fights to Keep Its Most Watched Shows

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost owes reporting from the newsroom in London. And for one streaming giant. Will it all come down to a TV show like the office because question does the prospect of not being able to watch the office or friends constantly disturb you to your core? You're definitely not alone. As Netflix fights to keep its most watched shows the journal makes the case for why it's about to have a recurring headache on its hands. That's after these tech headlines. Five G users can go out and buy a couple of expensive coffees for the time being to max because Reisen won't be charging that ten dollar monthly fee for now for as and turned on five service earlier this month in parts of Chicago and Minneapolis saying at the time that it would waive a ten dollar monthly fee for just three months. Analysts have since given mixed reviews of the service fast-forward to Verizon now hitting the pas button, it will waive the fee in markets where the service would launch next as well. As in cities where rollouts have begun Vries and plans to roll out five g service and parts of twenty additional cities, including Phoenix, Detroit and Providence Rhode Island by the end of the year. And the journal says one company may emerge as a billion dollar competitor to Airbnb Airbnb, of course, made strides against travel industry incumbents, but it is now facing its own competition from an emerging group of startups. One of them is saunder an operator. Of rentals markets place for travellers, and it's close to completing an investment round that would value the company at about one billion dollars like Airbnb saunder operates a platform for renting homes for short term. Stays unlike Airbnb saunder takes possession of leases and maintains the properties on its marketplace, including furnishing them the journal says investors, including some who missed out on the opportunity to invest in Airbnb. See a big chance for startups to challenge the incumbent hotel giants and Airbnb which itself is plotting an initial public offering will be one of the stock market's biggest tests the company's last private valuation was thirty one billion dollars coming up how net flicks fights to keep its most watched shows support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte, God com slash look again. Netflix says a growing problem on its hands three of its biggest programming suppliers. AT&_T's Warner media, Walt Disney and Comcast's and B C universal are entering the streaming world. And if that angry mob of friends rerun enthusiasts of earlier this year are any indication. The public's universal message to Netflix is clear don't touch my shows. The Wall Street Journal's a mold Sharma explains. This is a looming threat. I mean, Netflix says, you know, to be clear in a really strong position right now in the entertainment industry. They have nearly one hundred forty nine million subscribers of spending more than everybody, it seems on programming and they have all the momentum. But the fact is that the majority of time spent viewing on that flex is on old shows reruns most of which are made by rival studios, and those companies are are now all launching their own streaming services, and they're going to want some of that content back as it as. These contracts come up with NBC universal launching its own streaming service in twenty twenty net flicks. And the rest of the world may soon have to contemplate life without its number one show. The office at surprising to a lot of people to find out. The office is actually the most watched show on Netflix in terms of time spent it's number one the data shows that the is number one. But it's three percent of all viewing friends is number two. And, you know, the leader board of the top ten is dominated by these classic shows or just shows that are perhaps still on television like NCIS, but the old episodes are watched a lot on that flex you know, that that was one of the surprising findings of his data that we got our reporting for that previously mentioned growing video streaming space. It's about to get a lot more crowded and soon already net flicks is up against Amazon and Hulu in some others and streaming, but you're gonna see Disney enter the market with with a seven dollar a month service that they've already. Done talking about AT and T which owns Warner media. They're planning one that will be built around Warner Brothers and HBO content. They haven't talked about the pricing of it yet. And that should be coming later this year. And then Comcast which owns NBC universal is planning yet another service, which will house its content in that they've released also very few details, but they are they are the owners of the office. So they are the ones who NBC universal is already considering should we bring the office back. And what would that mean? Of course, they're paid a lot of money by net flicks for that show. So there are a lot of questions they'll have to answer. But those those are the the new players where that leaves shows like the office and our other dependencies that come in the form of TV reruns that's up to net flicks. The first test of this was when the friends deal came up Warner Brothers had licensed friends to net and last year that deal was coming up net. Flicks. What they did was they. They basically paid more money. They triple the amount of money. They were paying for friends to keep it for another year. And so it showed that Netflix is aware that these properties are valuable that they're going to probably identify those that they think are really important to their viewers and possibly pay much more to keep them in some cases, and share them and share them with these other Hollywood companies like AT and T and Comcast Disney that are launching these new services. So that was the first test, and we could see more of that more details. Head to wsJcom that does it for the technical briefing for the Wall Street Journal on tiny boost. Just thanks for listening.

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Tech IPOs were set for a comeback, then the government shut down

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:54 min | 2 years ago

Tech IPOs were set for a comeback, then the government shut down

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Amazon web services. Whether it's searching for life on other planets or helping enterprises reinvent their industries AWS helps technology scale to meet the challenge. Learn more at AWS is how dot com slash podcast and by triple bite applying to programming jobs can be a pain from endless applications, countless hours of technical screens with triple bite. There's a better way, you do one online interview. And you get to go straight to final interviews at hundreds of companies apply now at triple bite dot com slash marketplace. And if you take a job through triple by the offer, you a thousand dollar signing bonus triple bite B Y T E dot com slash marketplace. Tech IPO's were about to make a comeback at long last, and then the government shutdown from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. It's been a big story that tech companies have been staying private longer. And there are fewer and fewer tech IPO's. It did seem like the drought was lifting at the end of last year. Uber and lift filed for initial public offerings. There were rumors that Airbnb Pinterest and slack might finally pull the trigger this year, but three weeks into two thousand nineteen and the securities and Exchange Commission isn't picking up the phone the SEC, lawyers and accountants who work on PEOs are shut down along with the government. And if this shutdown goes on much longer, the big names might be fine. But it could chill the whole tech IPO resurgence. Let's dig into this and quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at big tech story. Cordray Bush is a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. She writes that when it comes to IPO's timing is everything you think of quote, unquote, IPO windows, and do you think of that as a time when the stock market is doing well when there's not many big stock swings. When there's not a lot of political risks. So that's what a lot of people thought this first half of twenty nineteen was going to be a really good time and anything that delays that pushes them back from that could be problematic. How does this affect a company that's smaller than Uber or lift if there's a smaller startup that is hoping for an IPO to really raise a lot of capital. So that's where it's more concerning and everyone we've spoken with points to biotechnology companies is really those that are most at risk right now. Biotech companies burn through cash really fast trials are very expensive. And you need to have a lot of trials before you can go back and forth with the FDA to get your drug approved. So besides the fact that the FDA is under the shutdown partially as well. So they can't even talk with the FDA biotech companies from our conversations are. Are most eager to find either a workaround to be able to try to go public unreas- money, or they're the most desperate for the shutdown to end are there long term consequences to putting IPO's on pas like this. Some of the biggest concerns over the past several years have been that we just don't have as many public companies anymore. And folks that we talked you said as the shutdown continues companies that were planning to go public. It's more impetus to choose these other routes when companies are filed for very long time of its talking to someone who was saying when they're sitting just waiting for an IPO all of their financials are available. If somebody wants to look through SEC filings that could make them ripe for the picking for 'em in a committee them right for the picking for other private financing, the keeps them private longer or maybe something's going to change in their operations in. That period of time, which then they don't feel confident going public. Corey Bush is a reporter for the Wall Street Journal another problem here when the government finally does reopen the SEC will be buried in filings. It could take months to dig out from. And now for some related links. Not like, it's so easy to be a public company though. And on that note, I have some things to say about net flicks it stopped yesterday. After it reported mixed earnings and said, it might make less money in the first quarter of this year. And what's crazy about that is how the entire stock market and Wall Street where rejoicing just a few days earlier when Netflix announced price increases for its monthly subscribers which got me thinking, did it not occur to anyone that the reason Netflix is raising prices is because it needs the money making TV and movies is super expensive, no amount of cheaper cameras or reality TV or YouTube has changed that. And that's basically what Netflix said in its earnings report that the costs of creating higher quality original shows to fight off HBO and Amazon prime and Disney are high and getting higher the company that eventually wins. The streaming wars will be the one with the most cash, which is why it can. Continues to be a mystery that apple is taking this long since it has the most cash. Hey, you know, what apple could buy with its huge stockpile of cash and turn it into a streaming service. For original content. Snap snap is like the company that no one can really even be bothered to write about that much anymore. Even though it seems like every executive who walks through the door. They're immediately pulls a u turn and walked right back out again and snap was valued at thirty one billion dollars. When it went public in two thousand seventeen and now it's down to like eighty billion dollars snap is currently one of the most heavily shorted stocks on Wall Street. You don't want. Nevermind, apple maybe this is not a good plan. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN you trust marketplace to cover more than business news. You rely on us to connect the dots between complex economic issues. And why they matter to you to keep public service journalism going, strong, please go to marketplace dot org today and become a marketplace investor with a donation in any amount, we appreciate your support. This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by triple bite applying to programming jobs is a pain from endless applications to countless hours of technical screens with triple bite. There's a better way, you do one online interview. Then you go straight to final interviews at hundreds of companies from tech giants like dropbox to exciting startups. It's kind of like the common app for software. Engineers know resume needed apply now at triple bite dot com slash marketplace. 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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To say, well, I never meant that they were going to actually write a check except that there were the occasions where he said they're going to write a check and they're gonna pay. They're going gonna pay for it. So what's the big deal? Just, you know, either either listen, either make them pay for the wall or just don't say anything at this. Yeah. Those are the options right there. In fact, you nailed it because here's the here's the real point conservatives don't really care if Mexico pays for the wall. You just want. I just want the wall just want the wall. So he can he's doing himself a disservice to keep bringing this up because liberals keep pouncing on it as if it's a Gotcha moment, not understanding that we don't can the bottom line is we're spending one hundred and thirty one billion dollars a year on a legal at this point. It doesn't really matter like who pays for it because we're paying for them. Anyway. Right. So if we if we spend five billion on wall or twenty billion on a wall, we're going to our return on investment is going to be pretty good said somebody just pay for the day. It's going to be us. Probably he doesn't he can't let anything go. Now. He can't if I were running Trump. I mean, this in all seriousness if I were running as a democrat in two thousand twenty against Trump, I would make the whole campaign about his hand and genital size because he would never let it go. He would never came back at all that'd be the whole campaign. And it's okay. If you ever run for office, again, we get that that sound bite right there. We're going to keep that that is very telling. Platform in two thousand twenty. Good lord. Bernie sanders. Where do you go to bring me into this? I got good news for.

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"No you. Yes. Yeah. I don't care about that. I do know you buy something out there. Yeah. No. I bought some stuff you dick trying to get ahead of schedule this year instead of waiting to the twenty third. Yeah. I bought on on Friday. I bought a new computer? Now, see you helps I helped but Americans have been hitting just like Mike and just like me they've been hitting the malls in the retail website, very hard since thanksgiving. They've run up an estimated combined total of nearly thirty one billion dollars in sales. This was on black Friday and cyber Monday. Now, those figures represent pretty sizeable increases overspending on those same big shopping days from just one year ago. So good for us rights. Well, it's kind of a weird time in the American economy. Yeah. Unemployment is record lows bunch. There are some storm clouds on the economic horizon. The new year there's also a brand new tax structure going into place could catch people off guard. So what to do Ron insana contributor to see NBC and MSNBC host of the market scoreboard reports. So ron. To keep charging or pump the brakes a little bit. What should people? Oh charge your way. What the heck? They'll listen, I think I think right now consumer confidence is still quite high. The economy is still firing on most cylinders and we've seen some wage gains that have been encouraging for individuals. I wouldn't necessarily call them storm clouds per se. I would say that there's a chance of of sporadic showers going forward with respect to some weakness that we've seen in in car sales and in housing, we might see growth slowdown next year. I don't think we're yet in danger of a recession. So you kind of be still it's pretty good. But but there are some weak spots. And I think the Federal Reserve is beginning to take notice, and we heard some commentary from officials to that affect this morning. But you know, one of the reasons I mentioned at the outset run one of the reasons I bought a new computer was to make my accountant happy because frankly, he was worried about tax time and a lot of Americans maybe should give some more thought to tax time. Because some some of them are gonna a lot more tax. Than they think. And maybe well, some smart spending so much money now. Correct. If you live in California, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Illinois, any high tax states where your so called salt deductions have been reduced to a total of ten thousand dollars state and local income taxes, plus your property taxes. You may very well. Pay a higher building you expect come come next April. And so, yeah, I mean, the thing you can't do if you really want to give yourself a little bonus. If you have an LLC, you're self employed, and you go out and buy a car that's over six thousand pounds some sort of hybrid or truck you can expense the entire cost of the vehicle on your your business forms, which would lower your tax liability by by that amount. So there's there are a couple of loopholes out there that individuals who have their own companies. Maybe haven't thought about it. It's it's one little loophole largely out there for manufacturing and trucking and farming concerns, but it exists within the new tax code. And so, you know, if you're in a high tax states, like California, New jersey where I am or what you guys are. You're gonna get hit because your state income taxes. No wonder Dr bull property taxes. Aren't as big of a deal. California's there New Jersey those are against the cap the whole thing combined his captor ten thousand dollars. So there there might be some surprises out there next year that people haven't figured into their economic forecasts. So people here that and then they hear the rain showers that you talked about that maybe on the horizon. Are we good at hearing these and thinking, okay, this isn't gonna last forever. So I'm going to prepare for that. Or is the holiday spending thing a reflection of this year's felt pretty good. I have some money now, I'm going to spend it, and then a reset myself in January because that's the new year anyway every year, right? I mean, particularly when you go back to peak years and economic cycles two thousand two thousand seven yet really strong Christmases are holiday shopping seasons. And then there was a reset the following year based on changing market behavior changing economic behavior. And listen, it's it's hard to say that people suddenly turn off the spigot, you know, after after the holidays. Pass up again. I if they're hit with a tax Bill, you know, March or April that they're going to be surprised at mayo some money, and it could slow them down in the second half of next year. Most people tend not to look out that far, and you know, if they're feeling flush right now, and they know they can spend it they probably will. So it looks like a decent holiday season. But listen, this this this trading with China. Kind of paraphrase the president that trait thing, which of the fact that he may increase tariffs on Chinese goods may put tariffs on all the Chinese goods come to the US as problematic economically, if the Federal Reserve doesn't slow interest rate hikes as as we kind of start to believe today. They might then you have, you know, higher mortgage costs higher auto leasing purchase cost and that could have an impact. So we're watching those things really closely to see how meaningful they are. And whether or not they affect not just companies GM and other places, but also consumers they run, Mike. And I confess that we spent money on black Friday and cyber Monday. Did you I heard you? Yeah. What did you do that? No. And you know, what I've never been for me. This is considered early shopping. By everything..

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Buying clothes online is about to get super weird (The 3:59, Ep. 488)

The 3:59

04:35 min | 2 years ago

Buying clothes online is about to get super weird (The 3:59, Ep. 488)

"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX Rueben Joni salesman. Something called the Zo suit. May usher in the future of online apparel shopping. It's a polka dotted spandex suit that allows folks to create three d images of themselves in their homes than use that data to order custom fit clothing through the website. The suit is just one of several new efforts to develop three D scanning tech to get better. Measurements of you. For instance, Amazon last year bought the three D scanning startup body labs. There's also this company called naked labs that will sell you a fourteen hundred dollar three D body scanner to like for weight measurements. What do you think of this stuff? Would you use any of this? Well, it depends. I mean, there's a lot of areas we're talking about. But the those suit PETA sounds like an interesting position. It's kind of low low commitment. You get the suit song as you can commit to putting this really weird bodysuit on measure. Then the idea is that you can buy t shirt that's perfect for you genes that are perfectly fitted for you for like the price that genes normally costs right like something like fifty eight dollars for jeans, the t shirt was a little more expensive. It was like twenty two dollars. But the idea is to do custom fitted clothing and do it through online which like apparel is growing very quickly online anyway. But a lot of retailers obviously, understand that if they can get better measurements of you. They'll be able to sell you more stuff. One of the concerns that I think people may have about all this is like what about your data? Like, do you think people will be pretty concerned about having their body measurements being controlled by somebody like, Amazon or Google? I think a bigger hindrance will be people. Just not liking having the look at a picture of like their body this disengaged from it like when you can't suck it like the like, you can't suck. It can't like angle yourself because it doesn't matter. I think that's going to be. Something that just settles people that's unsettled people more than like a company knowing it. But it's true. Like, you could probably be worried about a company knowing such intimate details about you, you you were telling me before the show also about this thing called a volume metric evalu- metric scanning specifically for entertainment as well. Right. Yeah. Volume to capture so it's like imagine in the matrix where they jump in the air, and the camera moves around Posner is I like that idea, except it's become more accessible as it becomes more accessible still you could take volume metric video yourself walking up and down a straight line, and you could superimpose clothing from runway onto you. So you could see what cling looks like on you before you even have to have it made and shipped to you some of that sounds pretty interesting. But yeah, I'm still a little unsure about the data stuff next up. Amazon said it'll soon start selling more apple products directly and have access to Apple's latest devices which include the ipad pro and the iphone ten are actually pronounced that. Right. This time. This could be worrisome for other retailers especially going into the holiday season. And it was on worrying to all retailers, isn't it? I mean, that's absolutely played answer. Yeah. And the other thing that I thought was interesting about this announcement was how lousy Amazon selection of apple products was already like if you go try to find some of the newest apple products on Amazon, you basically you're stuck through as these two come together that the thing that kept them before before before apart before was on the side or on the side like which one is really hard to say a lot of people raise the issue of why. Now, why did this happen now? And like it's really hard to say. But obviously, it seems like both of them should benefit the third party retailers that have been selling. These products will probably not benefit there's bad for that big caveat to the inventory that apple inventory. That'll be on there. That is absolutely right. The home pod will not be included. Thank you very much for mine. Minding me off that last Alibaba singles day took place over the weekend and set a new online sales record big surprise. They're hitting thirty one billion dollars in sales in twenty four hours just as a comparison Amazon prime day raked in estimating two billion dollars last year's black Friday. Br black Friday broaden, this is US only but five billion dollars. Yes. That's that's all the money. If you want to read more about these stories, check them out on CNN. I'm Ben FOX Rueben Johnny salesman. Thanks for listening.

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Trip. Trump has returned to the White House. I'm Evan Haning. And I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. Crude oil is trading higher after Saudi Arabia's energy minister suggested the kingdom will trim oil exports by as much as a half million barrels a day beginning next month, we know that oil entered a bear market last week on evidence of oversupply. Incidentally, OPEC ministers will meet next month in Vienna right now in the electron accession. Crude is higher by one percent to sixty seventy five a barrel. Freight drivers for United Parcel Service have approved a new labour contract. This ends the threat of a strike that compelled the company to stop taking shipments for heavy cargo last week Alibaba saw record sales for its annual singles day extravaganza. Total spending was thirty one billion dollars. The software giant SAP is acquiring the privately held software firm Qualcomm tricks price tag is eight billion it's paid in cash. And there's word of a deal to acquire a theme a health. We are told the private equity firms. Veritas capital and Elliott management are close to making an all cash offer. It would value FINA at about five and a half billion dollars right now markets in the Asia Pacific are reacting to a warning late Friday from the it said, the global outlook is worsening and the PBC will preemptively adjust and fine. Tune policies, according to these changing conditions the PBOC did stick with what it calls prudent and neutral policy. However, the PBC did omit a previous phrase in its policy outlook that had said it was firmly against flood like strong stimulus. We check markets. Every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg right now. Shanghai composite is up seven tenths of one percent. In Hong Kong, the hang sang ahead. Four tenths of one percent, the kospi weaker by two tenths of one percent in Sydney, the ASX two hundred is unchanged. And in Tokyo. The Nikkei two twenty five is up two tenths of one percent. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analyst. This is Bloomberg. You're listening.

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I con for generations of American shoppers has filed for bankruptcy and your wallet crazy week on Wall Street, but not always what you expect version of the cotton plant who seats can be eaten. Researchers say that tastes kinda like HAMAs KYW money news at twenty five and fifty five depend on us. Listening to reporter's roundup and less than a week, New Jersey voters will decide whether to return Robert Menendez to the US Senate, but a heated campaign that isn't his campaign schedule this day took him down the shore revisited a drug treatment center and his message involved. What some call a major battle ahead on Capitol Hill covering this KYW's David Madden, David where did he go? And what was his message? Steve Menendez toward the John Brooks recovery center here in Pleasantville talking staff and clients alike, while praising them for their work over the decades, the Senator warned them of Republican efforts to whittle away at ObamaCare and the term Medicaid into what he called a block grant program if that happens Steve Menendez estimates New Jersey would lose thirty one billion dollars over the next decade. Young the olden. Yes. People trying to come back from drug addiction and what a bitter race. This is just ahead of the election. David polls still have this race as a tossup. Right. You bet you Menendez realizes. He's in. What's probably the hardest political fight of his career against Republican Bob Waggin? Now on the plus side as we enter the final days, several north jersey newspapers, and our endorsing on the minus you can continue spending millions of dollars of his own money going after Menendez often making claims the Senator insists just aren't tree David Madden with us..

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Prostate Cancer, PSA and Dr Charles Snyder discussed on Reimagine America

Reimagine America

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Prostate Cancer, PSA and Dr Charles Snyder discussed on Reimagine America

"Using the PSA blood tests to screen for prostate cancers become a controversial proposition. Dr Charles Snyder and tells us about a new recommendation, PSA or prostate specific antigen is high almost all men with prostate cancer. PSA could also be hired other prostate diseases, particularly benign prostatic, enlargement common an older, man. A British expert tail allies five major clinical trials of PSA screening. They conclude PSA screening

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Not for a cost that is so expensive to us that causes the US. Lose jobs and lose money, but not the other countries, that's not free trade. So what what President Trump is trying to get back to is the US not being taken advantage of and the actual concept of free trade, you realize that China in July was thirty one billion dollars in excess to them. Okay. Which means that's every month. If you wear that up. That's that's four hundred five hundred billion dollars will give into China all the but what we're getting into different. Let's go to Brian. Good morning. Brian you on the money matters show. Good morning. Joy your show. Go ahead. Visit family in Germany this flat. This summer. And of course, the family members being a little bit more of a liberal. Leaning country. They were talking about how horrible the the this trait. Moore is and the tariffs and all that. And I took the opportunity to actually read some of the terrorists that aren't place anywhere from fifteen to twenty percent on various different products. And when I was talking to one of the family members who was a banker and said, well, all we're trying to do is get fair trade, and I go why does the EU charge so much? We're on our products. We charge like two and a half percent. And I go is that fair and one of his comments was well, it's been in place for twenty five here, and I go, but is that fair, and when you use the logic? They all said, well, no that's not fair. And I said all America's trying to do is level the playing field, so you can sell your products at reasonable tariff. So we can sell our products. That reasonable care. You know, what he should have done Brian you when you went out to dinner with them. You should have said, hey, listen, this is how the terrorists work you're going to pay seventy five percent for this meal. I'll pay twenty-five percent, and they'll go fan, and they go, no kidding. That's what's been going on. It's not fair. Yeah. But, but it was very nice to be able to take these liberal leaning people, and although they do have some conservative fiscal values and the sister and actually say all we're trying to do is level the field and do it fair because Staerk benefits everybody it does it does. But they, but you see what the problem is. And this is not just in America. This is what generations of people around the world. They become comfortable with what's going on. Status. Quo. Is good mediocrity is good. That's what we've gotten around the world. Let's not rock the boat. I don't wanna have arguments. I don't wanna have to be uncomfortable. That's what they enjoy anything. You try to change makes them uncomfortable because they have to think, and when most people can't think about what do we Zolt saw? They think they're going to be bad. Not good. When we start realizing change sometimes isn't as good as we want. Most of the time. It will be good. And that's what people have to start realizing changes. Okay. Don't be afraid of the unknown understand where we're going and that and that. People have that mentality. But I don't think they do the comfortable in just being average and keep things status quo. I totally agree. If we if we were comfortable with average would still be reading a donkey carts. So instead of on a brand new electric hybrid car. So let's look at the problems. Right. But it's a great example. And look how he gets beat up all the time. Now, it's about him personally, in the way stupid things. He's doing what he's doing some stupid things. I'll, but you know, he's an innovator. Right. You haven't seen Ford do macho GM or anything they have some of them. But they haven't stepped out like, tesla hats, and who gets who gets scrutinized and beat up all the time. Tesla. Yeah. I dunno with everything president said either. Right. I think I think part of the thing he is doing is poking the bear because he. Yorker and gives you hey, you're. New Yorkers are that way. And you you so friends that are from the city, and they're like in your face type people, and they mean, well, but they don't take any shenanigans. They don't take any lip. And once you realize that's the mentality of people like that you understand what they're doing. Don't take your million dollars and turn it into a multi billion dollar company by being I'll give you an insight. And it's a personalities eight New York A personalities what they do is. They challenge you they want you to have the ability to stand up to them and give them a reason. That's their ideas. Not good. But your idea is better. But the one thing about most of them, they compromised, they want you tell me why my ideas, not good tell me. And if not let's get to the solution. Let's get it done. And we'll change it. Most people say, oh that's intimidating. I can't talk to that person. But really at the end of the day, all they want is someone to come to them and say, I don't these are the ideas, I like, and these are the ideas, I don't like most New Yorkers will sit down with you and discussing through and people get intimidated by it and they like their comfort zone. New York is don't like their comfort zone. They want to get things done and move to the next thing. Are you are your loss? Or are you a sheepdog? I'm the herder I wrap ball up and lead them the way. Thanks for calling buddy. Thank you have a wonderful day. All right. We'll be right back. This is the money manage.

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Trump tells Apple to make products in U.S. to avoid China tariffs

WIBC Programming

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Trump tells Apple to make products in U.S. to avoid China tariffs

"President Trump agrees with apple the potential tariffs on Chinese imports could drive up the cost of Apple's products. But the president says the company could fix the problem by moving production to the US meantime, correspondent micrometres reports China's trade surplus with the US is at a new record, according to customs data China's trade surplus was over thirty one billion dollars in August, which is a new record and about three billion dollars higher than it was in July. The US is China's largest export market and its surplus in the US has risen nearly fifteen percent this year. China's exports to the US continue to accelerate despite President Trump's tariffs in August targeting fifty billion dollars of Chinese exports. Meanwhile, China's imports from the US grew less than three percent in August. Which is a slowdown from about eleven percent. July

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China's record trade surplus with U.S. adds fuel to trade war fire

The Endurance Sports Network with Bob Babbitt

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

China's record trade surplus with U.S. adds fuel to trade war fire

"China's trade surplus with the US is at a new record. Customs data released today says China's trade surplus whereas over thirty one billion dollars in August. That's a new record in about three billion dollars higher than in July. By the US is China's largest export market and its surplus of the US has risen nearly fifteen percent this year. China's exports to the US continue to accelerate despite President Trump's tariffs had August targeting fifty billion dollars of Chinese

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China's trade surplus with US hits record $31 billion

The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

China's trade surplus with US hits record $31 billion

"China's trade surplus where the US is at a new record customs data released this week says China's trade surplus was over thirty one billion dollars in August, which is a new record in about three billion dollars higher than to lie. The US is China's largest export market at its surplus in the US has risen nearly fifteen percent this year. China's exports to the US continue to accelerate despite President Trump's terrace in August targeting fifty billion dollars of Chinese

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US, China and Florence discussed on AutoNsider with Daryl Killian

AutoNsider with Daryl Killian

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

US, China and Florence discussed on AutoNsider with Daryl Killian

"As a barrels toward the east coast and is more likely to make landfall. The today show's Dylan dryers tracking the storm. It is still way too early to determine the exact track and the exact intensity, but either way the south east coast should prepare for possibly a major hurricane by the end of next week. Some meteorologists are predicting it will make landfall in the

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Margot Robbie Will Return as Harley Quinn in 2018

The Fandom Podcast

02:56 min | 2 years ago

Margot Robbie Will Return as Harley Quinn in 2018

"Think that was in like earth two or something like that but so she's also been black bat so a member of the family she is she i mean that's fine i how much detail you to go into that i accept your he's a member of the bat family that's that's that's what that is that's i was just wondering if you're gonna be like oh she was the fourth bat robin i don't know what i know i think you think it's definitely brown i don't know that she was the fourth but she was the female brian i i said bat robin so i don't know anyway also in this thing says that the villain is going to be a batman comics villain who has never before appeared on the big screen which okay so it's not poison ivy because there's a lot of people who sheep harley poison ivy that doesn't mean she's not in this that doesn't not in it but but the but the villain where we last saw harley quinn she's not going to i highly doubt the movie's gonna focus too much on queen ib relation

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"A few individual stocks here today barclays they like spotify you know i have a hard time with spotify they recently went public the stock's done pretty good since going public at about one fifty per share it's up to one seventy four per share you know spotify has never made any money spotify is now eighth it's almost hard for me to believe that it's a thirty one billion dollar company i look at spotify maybe they have a much bigger share than pandora i mean pandora must be tiny pandora's only two billion dollars in market capitalisation pandora has not been a very good stock since going public and spotify pretty much has the same model what do you do with the company that just went public my basic rule is to give them a year has a publicly traded company and let's see if they can start making money because they haven't learned how to make money yet they've been losing money for many years in fact you go back to two thousand thirteen they've have a negative a minus in front of their earnings every year for the last six years their sales on the other hand been growing by about forty to forty five percent per year so when they can turn that into a prophet and show me proof to me that they can consistently grow that prophet then i'll reassess it but for now it's just too hot to touch for me and they haven't proven themselves that they can make money yet barclays is also still a believer.

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"All right let's talk a little east finals here right after this from lending club with its unexpected repairs medical expenses credit card debt a little money can make a big difference and you can get it at lending club dot com they give you access to low rates on loans of up to forty thousand dollars for almost any back before i went to law school i credit card debt at lending glove would have been agreed option me back then certainly they offer lower rates than high interest credit cards much easier than going to a bank as well the process there you just go to lending club dot com enter the amount of money you need and you buy if you approve pick the offer that's right for you and the money in your account in just as a much simpler process than going to a bank they're going around for more than ten years and they felt millions people with over thirty one billion dollars in loan take charge of your finances day with lending club goes lending club dot com slash caps bay and you can check your rate for free checking your rate will not impact your credit score that lending club dot com slash cap space remember castaway talk about castaways time here on the program lending club dot com slash as all loans made by webbank member fdic equal housing lender before we i was thinking about this actually i'll agree to spend as much time on this preview as we did on warriors rockets made into a separate upset but i was thinking about this after recorded am i was hard products you think of many series if any series that between two evenly matched ends there is as much anticipation for as there should be for this series of are there any just that you personally in terms of how much you're looking forward to it before the series can go back to go danny it's hard because you have to balance a couple of different factors.

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Pine never stays the same it only grows or shrinks but it never stays the same when you cut taxes you increase a pie for everybody which means that you get more and the government actually ends up with more tax revenue because you see all of us are willing to work harder because we keep more so even though we're paying lower taxes ultimately the government actually even makes more money which means that everybody wins so the bottom line is we pay far too much tax in california we have the highest nation income tax highs nation sales tax and our corporate taxes among one of the highest in the country as gas dak every single one of them must be cut we got to put more money back in you your pocket where it belongs when jerry brown was first elected governor twenty ten the california state budget was eighty six billion dollars today it standard over one hundred and thirty one billion dollars that's an increase of over fifty percent or forty five billion dollars of your tax money this money belongs in your pocket jerry brown is wasting it on his bullet train to nowhere it is bloated government i'll tell you is your next governor state of california and my very first budget i'm the defunding high speed rail and richard all of the extra money back to you the california taxpayers where it belongs so two years ago two years ago or three years ago we had a we had were experiencing drought in california we all saw everybody come out and say don't water your lawn don't wash your car take shorter showers and everybody turned their their nice green lawns into stupid rocks and i mean i had one of my renter's stopped watering as long because the water was too expensive and then the city city find me for for having having weeds in the art and i said well i've got a renter there oh well then we need a business license for that and then i ended up having i got a then i had to re landscape the thing complete with rocks with ridiculous.

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It worth thirty one billion dollars that's the current comcast does that sort of does that throw throw sand in the face of walt disney i think we will my set the stage now potentially rational evaluation starts to kind of get the ties even about just strategic ambition yeah we see plenty of deals previously and so to some extent it will be the senior management teams thinking about how much do i really want this and how much can we wear in the short term do we really believe in this expansion listening to have a bigger volume of customers to takata drive up strategic agenda so i think perhaps she starting to stretch a little bit on fundamentals as they stand right now but three senators the potentially the next ten years perhaps but you know that's kind of push the the price stuff i mean analysts gang i think yeah they fourteen fifteen pounds of potentially versus going this bidding war comcast investors don't like like it they sent the shares comcast and nearly three percent yesterday stock is down more than seventeen percent as a result of this news yeah yeah and i can i can understand i mean i think i remember back to the time when folks made it so we channel also you know it was well an accessible to providing sat process guy that's because people will have the speed that netflix was coming in and the business was going to be ready exposed on the.

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Yeah because and so in less americans life liberty or property are directly threatened unless our liberty is at risk we have no obligation as a nation you know as the government and the military have no obligation to act and they should not because there there are plenty of other ways to deal with the problem let me tell you about the sponsor for today lending club we all need helping helping hand sometimes whether it's an unexpected car repair medical expense credit card debt sometimes a little money can make a big difference and you can get all lending club dot com linden club gives you access to low rates and loans on up to forty thousand of the most of for almost any purpose take control your debt finances major purchase or finally make those home improvements it's easy easier than getting than going to a bank and offers lower rates than high interest credit cards so here's what i'm saying if you're having trouble getting a loan or debt consolidation what you did unexpected repair whatever it is and you feeling discouraged go check out lending club and see if maybe or not they they have something that a work for you because they have helped millions of people with over thirty one billion dollars in loans and take charge of your finances today with lending club to linden club dot com slash stapleton to check out their rates for free it won't impact your credit score that's linden club dot com slash stapleton linden club dot com slash stable than all loans made by west bank member fdic equal housing lender so as we.

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"In playoff contention pick the under because they will do their damnedest to make sure they hit that but this has been an unprecedented year in terms of the tanking in terms of the tanking eight all being around the same number of wins and so there was really a lot of benefits that could be gained the bulls if they won a few fewer games like could be up in the top three they're probably be like eight or nine so there is that was a rarity as well this year you're not gonna have that every year you'll have teams you yell k we can take and pick up a spotter too but the incentives for taking were so much greater this year because everyone was bunched up he'll starting like mid february so yeah and in some ways that was also a tribute to the kings and the sons in that early stretch having new wins the near expected total do the records so that helped bunch everybody up because if they had played to their record than they would have been a mile ahead of everybody else yes a head and dallas in the opposite vane playing so much worse than their point differential add another team in the porzingas injury added the knicks into the mix as while the bulls playing better in that december spot in the bulls would have been you know fifteen win team if they'd played the way they'd played for the first month of the season all year is well do it for this segment i'm gonna come back do the west playoff picture and the end of the tank races well but first this from london club dot com with its unexpected repairs medical expenses credit card debt a little money can make a big difference they give you access to low rates on loans up to forty thousand dollars for almost any purpose you're gonna take control your debt make home proven i had credit card debt when i was younger i would have loved to have head lending club avilable the way you get them as you go to lending club dot com enter the amount of money you need and see if you're proved in minutes pick the offer this right view and the money can be near account in just days they've helped millions of people with over thirty one billion dollars in loans for.

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on KCBS All News

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"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one billion dollars" Discussed on WEEI

"Thing i how is it teammate i know it's the team broadcast i know it's the team tv station i understand that put which also not make it out to think that dennis eckersley is saying did terrible stuff about you he's not all your teammates it's not that bad it's not that bad to get all worked up about to bring it to this point so he's he's basically saying he won the battle he's what he's winning that's resign he's winning a caller call the bullying yet fails i got an and phrase there's no remorse he saying ion i won this battle what he patten himself on the back and that's empower seen and he's making a red sox look like fools as an organization what job in the world can you performed badly at and then not be criticized for happens and that's what he wants give it it's a criticism wasn't even pat no and he say and he's not even defended himself he's defending his teammates which i who give me one you said it water rodriguez it's a brutal start say y'all call you want this how is that even bet criticism yuck that's what you're getting upset with seal eta he says he feels good maybe that leaves a little window into a trade before monday of four six one seven seven seven nine seven nine eight three seven i'll wrap it up after this time on board way berlusconi and forty one big play of break career coming for thirty one billion dollars damn playoff game puppet up at the kabul he is a loser in the postseason key following that concerns me is i want to see.

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