32 Burst results for "Thirty Two Billion Dollars"

We are spending more on smartphone apps than ever before

Mac OS Ken

02:08 min | 4 months ago

We are spending more on smartphone apps than ever before

"More signs that we're spending more in the app store. I told you yesterday of global numbers from any those had folks spending record amounts in apple's app store as well as the google play store both seeing revenue growth of forty percent in the first quarter of twenty twenty one with combined revenue of thirty two billion dollars. Now a piece from tech crunch has new data from sensor tower estimating how much iphone and one assumes ipad users are spending on apps here in the states according to the center tower estimates iphone users in the us spend an average of one hundred thirty eight dollars on apps and twenty twenty. A number of the firm expectancy grow. It's kind of funny but not there was a piece ice. On apple's read out oh that had goldman sachs analysts hall being so rod hall. I couldn't bring myself to bring you the report blending down. He still has a cell rating on apple shares. That's partly because he sees op store revenue taking a dive as the country. Reopened post covid. Nineteen so he can't imagine apple doing well but he has no problem imagining things getting back to normal so fast. It hurts apple's line. That's beyond imagining for center tower. They say the record up spend by consumers ends one twenty twenty was driven by the great hunker down. And guess what's going to drive growth in twenty twenty one. According to the report senator tower tells tech crunch it expects the trend of increased consumer spend continuing twenty twenty one when it projects consumer spend per active iphone in the us to reach an average of one hundred eighty dollars. This will again be tied at least in part to the left caused by the pandemic and particularly the lift and pandemic fueled spending on mobile games because right mobile games where the big winner in twenty twenty

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Elon Musk - The Man Behind Tesla and SpaceX

Talk, Tales and Trivia

07:44 min | 5 months ago

Elon Musk - The Man Behind Tesla and SpaceX

"Well who's elon. Musk well if you don't know you're gonna find out right now. There is so much news internet entertainment on ilan mosque. And i want to tell you that this is only the basics of aeon. Musk who he is. There is plenty to find out about him. I will leave some of the links and the show notes. So don't forget to look but who is elon. Musk and how does he lawns story began. Well he is a visionary entrepreneur and the co founder of paypal and tesla motors as well as the founder of the new space x program which is very popular to day his astounding success has given rise to comparisons to the uniqueness of howard hughes and the tenacity of a henry ford but he did have an often difficult childhood like most of us kids his own age made fun of him from his own descriptions the years were lonely and brutal alon is quoted as saying they got my best friend to lure me out of hiding so they could beat me up and that hurt. That's when i realized that they were going to go after me non stop. That's what made growing up difficult for a number of years. There was no respite. You get chased around by gangs. These gangs tried to beat the insert. Swearword here out of me. And then i'd come home and it would just be awful there as well but not all was wasted. This difficulty cultivated itself into a relentless work ethic a never ending tenacious vision of the future. You see enron was born and raised in south africa and he spent some time in canada before finally moving to the united states thin and the united states. He was educated at the university of pennsylvania. A very good school majoring in physics. That's when ilan started to excel and experiment to soon. Become a serial tech entrepreneur with early successes like zip to an x dot com. He took on two majors at the university of pennsylvania but his time there wasn't all work with a fellow student. He bought a tin bedroom fraternity house which they used as an ad hoc nightclub will. Musk graduated with a bachelor of science and physics at all as a bachelor of arts in economics from the wharton school for ilan. Physics made the deepest impression. He is again quoted as saying and somewhat giving directions to boiling things down to their fundamental truths and reason up from their. Musk was twenty four years old when he moved to california to pursue at phd in applied physics at stanford university with the internet. Exploding in silicon valley booming. Musk had entrepreneurial visions on his mind and dropped out of the physics program just after two days but in two thousand and four. Musk joined to engineers to help. Run tesla motors. You've all heard of tesla motors right. Well this is where. Musk was integral and designing the first electric car. There's no doubt the electric car is the car of the future. But his first car the he designed was the tesla roadster as we are all aware of the tesla has become one of the world's most popular and coveted car brands and is still growing in popularity in the united states and in many different countries tesla and the electric car are taking over but we must never forget about musk's early interest in reading philosophy science fiction and fantasy novels and how that played a big role. I mean a huge role in the inventor that he is today. It is reflected in his sense of idealism and concern with human progress. He aims to work in the areas he has identified as crucial to our future specifically the internet. The transition to renewable energy sources and space colonization and. Ilan has been all over the media. Making three podcast episodes on the joe rogan experience while the first one in which he smoked. Marijuana was pretty funny but in a maximum article. I found this elon. Musk's third appearance on the joe rogan. Experience podcast the genius. Tesla and spacex. Ceo did reveal intriguing plans for a floating tesla. Musk revealed that the long awaited second generation tesla roadster could have a space x package that would allow it to hover at a limited altitude above the ground. Something that we have never seen before with all these new inventions floating around. Is it any wonder why everyone is watching. And curious about ilan's next big thing. Well at tesla fans are awaiting the cyber truck which will make an appearance at the end of twenty twenty one and the exciting numbers are in for ilan's wealth elon. Musk started twenty twenty with a worth of about twenty seven billion dollars and was barely in the top fifty richest people then in july of twenty twenty. Musk past warren buffett. The great billionaire to become the seventh richest person in november. Musk raced past bill gates to become the second richest person. Musk has gained more wealth over the past twelve months then gates his entire net worth of one hundred and thirty two billion dollars and according to cnbc elon. Musk just became the richest person in the world. With a net worth of more than one hundred and eighty five billion dollars alone recently had a new marker for his wealth and that is so cool because of all his inventions and his time spent caring and wanting the united states and the world to move ahead has made a name for himself. There is no doubt an increase in tesla's share price pushed. Musk past jeff bezos of amazon. Who had been the richest person since two thousand seventeen. You see musk's wealth surge over. The past year marks the fastest rise to the top of the rich list and history but why because he is investing in the future. It marks a dramatic financial turnaround for the famed entrepreneur. Because he cares about what happens in our future so with all his wealth experimentation and knowledge elon. Musk is our future and for those. That are young enough to dream about being an elon. Musk it must start with your curiosity with reading and learning more and more about new and different things and that i want for you and your children now and in the future.

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Aviation unions ask Congress to extend payroll aid through March 31, 2021

Squawk Pod

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Aviation unions ask Congress to extend payroll aid through March 31, 2021

"News tonight from the airline industry are Philo following the money they're joins us live on the newsline Phil. What can you tell us tonight? Scott. We have six airline in aviation unions now. To leaders of Congress asking them to extend the payroll aid through March thirty first just to refresh your memory. You've got payroll aid that has kept these basically thousands tens of thousands of workers employed despite the drop off in traffic for the airlines. You've got the pilot. The flight attendants the machinists as well as the Transport Workers Union, the Communication Workers Union and the Transportation Trades Union. They're all part of this letter saying look the thirty two billion dollars that help keep the airlines. Airlines alive that you awarded back in March and in April that expires at the end of September. We want you to extended again to March thirty first of next year. All of this comes at a time. When you look at passenger levels, they have snap back at the drop off that we saw in March and April when it got as low as eighty seven thousand passengers a day in early April. It's now averaging about five hundred to five hundred fifty thousand passengers a day. And while that is an improvement. It's still down about eighty percent compared to the same day last year, so the airlines have not seen the snap back in business. They're still losing tens of millions of dollars every day that you take a look at shares of united, there's news tonight that united is increasing its debt offering. Remember the five billion dollars that be backed by the company's mileage plus frequent flyer program that's now going to be increased in size up to six point eight billion dollars because there's plenty of appetite out there for more of this airline debt bottom line. Is this got? You've got these workers who who are saying if you don't extend this aid? Tens of thousands of airline aviation workers are likely to be losing their job. Come October I I'm. I'm not sure Congress is going to say. We're ready to write you a check. For thirty two billion dollars refresh. My Memory Phil was at American Airlines that said at the end of September. It was going to have to lay off a bunch of employees. All of them have no nobody has, and they said that when they went to Capitol Hill back in March Scott. Everybody has made. made it clear. They need to be substantially smaller unless you see a complete return in traffic level. That's not going to happen, and they've been very clear very upfront that they will not need as many pilots flight attendant machinist ramp workers. They simply will need to be smaller airlines.

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U.S. airlines apply for U.S. payroll grants for crisis help

Jim Bohannon

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. airlines apply for U.S. payroll grants for crisis help

"Can U. S. airlines in contractors don't face a deadline today to tap thirty two billion dollars in payroll grants to help those

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Coronavirus corrections and the rise of remote work

Equity

09:23 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus corrections and the rise of remote work

"Let's talk about the markets. There's no avoiding this. If you track technology if you track startups venture capital all that good stuff you see what happens to the public markets and in the last couple of days. It's been a complete shellacking. I think it's pretty much the only way to put it. We haven't seen declines at this magnitude in some time and it's gotten everyone in the talking about what's going on and what might happen next. Danny just giving you a gut check to the listeners. And all of our friends out there. How surprised are you by this eventual and kind of finally happened moment in the US stock market completely? Not surprised I mean I I I. We're not allowed to actively trade but I did trade my 401k portfolio into a money market fund. Like two weeks ago. So I'm quite pleased with the The the choice I actually sold at literally the peak a couple of weeks ago and so so I feel vindicated like my. My retirement is secure all five hundred dollars of it. I was GONNA say this is not actually a show designed to. Let's Brag but I'll give you three points for that one. I'm doing the old fashioned like long term investing. Keep your money where it is. Let it do whatever thing. So we'll see who's right in the end for people just catching up though if you're not active in the US stock market stocks have fallen tremendously over ten percent last couple of days and that was is really been kind of following the US news cycle so as the corona virus. The kind of thing that has come out of the disease world. I'm not a doctor that's best. I can do has become more prevalent both internationally closing more borders impacting more economies heritage anymore trade routes and also popping up here at home. Concern has risen. Also we're beginning to see impacts of the lengthy shuttering of large parts of China reflect it in trade and supply chain disruptions companies like Microsoft booking holdings which ones booking dot com and utanics have highlighted issues in their revenue and earnings coming up so the the slowdown is here after weeks of talking about any kind of expecting it and finally Goldman which you've all heard of they forecasted that. Us companies will have zero growth in twenty twenty which is pretty damning because growth is kind of what powers the stock market's expansion and that's kind of the the bad news. Sas companies are also taking a hit any. Am I missing any Any bad news here. Obviously people are dying Thousands of people are being marooned hundreds of millions in China and around. The world have been quarantined so those are the headlines but I I think what's interesting is is. There's there's two patterns here one is I want to focus in on zoom or let's call Zoom Zoom Zoom. The video conferencing software. That also helps us. Equity is having the best time of its Goddamn effing life so they they have doubled the stock value in just the last couple of weeks from the low sixty S in early December to about one hundred fourteen as a recording the show so eighty eighty dollars per cent and its market. Cap is now at almost thirty. Two billion dollars and I I I'm kind of annoyed by this. But it's Kinda funny just to point out that therefore pe ratio is four hundred. Thirty five right now and to Yahoo Finance has them as overvalued but I do think I do think the virus I mean the upshot of this is that because all the flights are being canceled. You know a ton of conferences. We just heard today that F. Eight the big facebook developer's conference were hearing. People are pulling out of the game developers conference. Sf next month GTC. There's even talk about Tokyo Olympics later this summer possibly being cancelled. I think we're actually going to see a huge gift around remote work. We talk about remote work. We've seen a lot of companies in recent justed around in a company. That's doing like remote conferences. But I think the virus is really going to force companies and decision makers to really ask like. Do you need to fly to do the sales meeting? Do you need to fly to this conference to learn something? Do you need to drive to a seminar and I? I do think we're going to see a shift in the economy where people go actually remote. We're Kinda works okay. We're we have tools and and and it's changed a lot last decade. Yeah I mean won't people might not know this but tech crunch itself as relatively remote I organization and my work history has been majority remote. I worked for with the next web for my first four years as a journalist and they were based in Amsterdam and I was in Chicago and then SF. I never went to the actual office once in that time period so to me this is relatively normal but I think for a lot of folks. He's always been discussed point. Not a re- realize reality so I'll be curious to see if that does work up. Certainly zoom other future of products and other companies. That kind of service people that are not in the same room might do well. I would say given zooms rapid value appreciation that racine's active trading as opposed to fundamental value. But certainly it's a stock to keep in mind if you haven't caught up on what's going on with red at Wall Street beds and the Stock Market. Take a look. It's kind of fun if you WANNA get a window into how the chat rooms of the nineties that helped pump stocks have now turned into semi closed at four. It's quite adventure zoom. I'm not saying it's part of that pump and dump world but it reminds me of some of the value appreciation. We've seen at other stocks that have him in the last couple of months. I think you know this is a question around Tesla. We brought up in a bunch of other stocks. Might take away from that is if you're trading over the counter OTC stocks penny stocks. Okay fine there's not a lot of liquidity. You can actually do a lot on the ticket and whatnot stocks. Let's zoom as an example thirty two billion market CAP company. You have to have a lot of money to move that share price one way or the other. If you're maybe maybe everyone's long and therefore like almost no one's willing to to sell and so therefore your your price gets kind of moved higher and higher but my my assumption is that that's not true and certainly for most of these big tech companies like Microsoft near trillion dollar market cap company. Like ain't no one can you. Can you can be you know. Warren Buffett Go. I'm going to buy the whole stock and the stock price will early move. That's the scale. I think we're talking about love the shares so it might change as the Margaret hits volatility and and whatnot but to me. It was blown way out of proportion. Well I hope so. That would mean there's less manipulation the stock market in values and more reasonable. So let's hope you're right but it is a fun story regardless but let's move along away from the main public markets to talk about a company that wants to join public company world which door dash after quite a long time of hearing to this company will go public kind of a needed win for both. Softbank And the Vision Fund Jordache filed confidentially to go public. And Danny. I want you to tell us the difference between filing to go public and filing privately to go public yes for companies that are under about a billion in revenue the jobs act plenty twelve allows startups to file basically there s one without having to do it publicly so generally speaking in the process you file publicly which means you literally to the web and then the SEC gives you feedback on that dock. You might make changes some some individual if you remember like what was a community adjusted revenue or some of these may not it was community adjusted so it was adjusted. Eba which is already super chested. Right brave ever GonNa give back on that. This purchase designed to encourage companies to go public earlier at least get feedback on there. S ones and to do it in such way like if if the numbers don't turn out well or some things get blocked by the SEC. You have time to sort of recover without kind of embarrassing yourself in public. The reason we actually find out about most of these confidential s ones that the bankers know that they're going to become real public wants and so the file confidentially then leaked to the press and go. Gee someone somewhere has filed something things about this one. Why would the companies do this? Well if you let these file privately when they're smaller it lets them a decrease in the amount of risk they take on making the on ramp to public markets have been easier and the number of companies has fallen sharply in the last. I forget the timeframe like ten twenty years. So this is a way to help. Bolster that number again and also with if you recall back to Osama's private IPO file or private direct listing filing. I guess technically they are putting out press releases saying we've done this. So they're they're filing privately telling you publicly they will go public but it's private for now and that's very twenty twenty but it's also. Kinda key dynamic to understand you look at the IPO market for this year. Now announcing your stealth fundraise. Yes very much like saying we have cool things over here. You may not see them. You're exactly it's the it's the sneaker drop it's yes it's the sneaker. That's the thing when shoes come out for a short period of time. I'm not cool. I turned thirty. I lost all ability to have coolness anymore. Now We're both in our thirties. Now which I think means that will never be cool again on door dash though Danny mentioned that if you have less than a certain amount of revenue you can file privately. Keep in mind that door dashes right about the sides so we have a suspicion that this was kind of the end of the time period in which they could file privately. Because they're about to be to Lart so let's get into the numbers and talk a little bit about what we have here. The company is worth around thirteen billion. But which is a large number not the most valuable private companies have ever seen we work at its Peak Uber Pre IPO. Those were both larger but certainly a decca corn and evaluate company. The company was valued at one point. Four billion in two thousand eighteen to give you understand how fast it's appreciated in value and that is driven by tons and tons of private capital often come in through the lens started after lengthy accounts of Division Fund but the company has attracted capital firm Kleiner and sequoia throughout its history. So a lot of backers. Put a lot of money this company for different reasons at different stages. But it's welland and it has some comps so we're not talking about a company completely abstract Danny. Just run us through some quickly and then we'll talk about its results. Yeah so I think the the the big cop here is so you know Oberlin public. We now have a lot of data from ubereats which is one of its sub business lines but in Q. Four thousand nine hundred ending December.

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London Stock Exchange rejects Hong Kong's $39 billion takeover offer

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:23 min | 2 years ago

London Stock Exchange rejects Hong Kong's $39 billion takeover offer

"Starting off the London Stock Exchange now. This is the extraordinary move from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to buy a the NFC looks like that's not going to happen. It's looking unlikely the Financial Times is reporting today that the London Stock Exchange is is leaning toward rejecting the Hong Kong Exchanges overture which this stunned markets earlier this week whenever it was announced it is very interesting to see these two exchanges both both based in places that are going through a lot of political turmoil to to put it lightly. exchange mergers are very common their routine in the industry. It's one of the few ways that big exchanges can grow but at the same time there's also a very long history of these of these deals being derailed on nationalistic concerns just go through. London stock exchanges a symbol of the UK's financial prowess and as Steve Grow. He's a consultant said to me earlier this week. The thirty two billion dollar question is what do regulators and more importantly the politicians behind the regulators make of leading London Stock Exchange Fall into Chinese hands and just a very quick quick list of some failed deals over the years to give a sense of this Germany's Dwight Uber's his tried and failed to acquire. LLC three times just this century the tried to to acquire the Canadian exchange this was derailed by the domestic banks there who wanted to keep the exchange and Canadian hands and then of course last but not least Chicago exchange exchange a tiny market with zero point five percent market share of the US stock market Chinese investors were trying to buy that trump brought it up twice during his election campaign and of course it got squashed by his administration once he got into office so that's a very long way of saying that this deal faced high odds for political opposition. Although the Hong Kong is looking at sweetening the deal indeed you know this is a very attractive deal for Hong Kong. LLC is a very attractive target so that makes sense that they're going to do everything they can to to make this happen and as Charles leave the CEO said today that it was announced he said in a blog post he said you know given the current a current uncertainties and global geopolitics and economics. You could be forgiven for thinking that the time would not be now to make major investment in cross-border acquisition but he he says you know this is a compelling transaction and you know if we don't try then by definition we fail

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 Alphabet Stock Pops On Earnings Beat, Stock Buyback

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Alphabet Stock Pops On Earnings Beat, Stock Buyback

"Very different let so also get you some of our top stories this morning on focusing in on the mix fortunes of big tag alphabet reported revenue that beat expectations last night calming concerns about slowing growth second quarter sales came in at just under thirty two billion dollars the Google pad also announced a plan to repurchase twenty five billion dollars of the company's call see stock that is the biggest buy back in the company's

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Google to acquire big-data company Looker for $2.6 billion

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:58 min | 2 years ago

Google to acquire big-data company Looker for $2.6 billion

"The day while we got Google doing a deal to expand to the clad. We've got big tech big time are and arm. That is the antitrust onslaught geared to gaze here with us tech reporter. He's been covering all let's start with little dealmaking here. Garrett Google doing a two point six billion dollar deal company called looker. It's a cloud effort. What's going on? Yeah. So looker is kind of small company, sort of provide some tools that help you visualize data that you store in the cloud, and I think a lot of people have been looking at at Google cloud. Now run by Thomas came in number from oracle to be doing some big acquisitions, right? I mean, there's sort of the sense from some people that they miss out on get hob. Maybe they miss out on on red hat, and they need to grow. They need to find a way to get to the next level and people want them to do aquisitions. And I talked to Thomas this morning and two point six billion dollars nothing but. When you compare it to those other acquisitions, it's a bolt on its sort of okay, it's a nice little product, you can add in cell, and he said, look, obviously, people have been asking me this question, he said, many, many people have been asking us this question about when are you going to big acquisition when you're going to big acquisition? Of course, he didn't tell me or even what his real strategy would be kind of gleaning from that conversation. You said this product in particular, is something that his customers were already using. So I think you might see Google do more of these kind of smaller ones to beef up their offering, but not sure about a big one is the cloud business for Google. This is one hundred thirty two billion dollar expected sales for twenty nine thousand nine hundred because cloud now in terms of their business. Yeah. I mean overall, it's not a like obviously moves the needle, but it's still small in comparison to the core. Search business which as we saw last quarter has, you know, growth is slowing down there. Maybe that was a blip. Maybe there was a mistake there that they've tied up. We'll see. But at the end of the day, they there's urgency on cloud. Right. And you can see about their executive sw. Is that they're thinking that too, and they're trying to figure out how to grow faster says speaking of urgency before we let you go US anti-trust headed their way. US tech seems to be saying big Tex saying, bring it on. Yeah. I mean I it's been interesting because the, the actual investigations, we're not sure what exactly is going on the companies haven't commented because I think they don't want to sort of confirm things that haven't actually been considered by the government, but they are they have been gearing up for this kind of thing for a long time. And I think in Google particular. I mean they've been fighting antitrust battles for years right in the US. And then, of course in Europe. So this isn't their first rodeo. But of course, this is their home country. The seems more real than the kind of rhetoric. So we'll see what happens. Well, and it'll be interesting to see, you know, we've been talking a lot about the history of tech and antitrust Microsoft, obviously, and that that'll really changed the landscape back in the nineties really gave us begat a lot of what we're dealing with today. Garrett to being tech reporter for Bloomberg. Joining us here in our Bloomberg interact. Shipbroker studio, busy guy. He's by going on certainly when it comes to the world of

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You gotta look forward your free agent year, and you're gonna take crap, if you take the most money. I mean, currently top five players in the National Basketball Association over the eighteen nineteen sees that it was Currie it was Westbrook. It was Chris Paul who is making a whole lot of money for what it used to be able to do will brigades detto those guys are both making thirty five million a year. Blake Griffin are you really getting the return Detroit thirty two billion dollars year for Blaker our Gordon Hayward Kyle Lowry, James harden, James harden? I'll give it to you. Steph curry, Russell Westbrook, even LeBron James. But, you know, Paul George is making jurors make as much as Michael Jordan made at the end of his career way when he completely axed Paul George making that money. Mike, Conley junior is making that money. It's a little bit. It's a little bit of a tough Bill, this wallo, because you figure the top of that list should be Durant Greek freak. Collider. James harden. They say Steph Stephan, Katie next year. Probably Klay, Thompson, clubhouse gonna look to get paid. And he might he might break this whole thing up. He might be the. Oh, say that he's the straw that stirs the drink, but he's glue- guy there. You know, he's one of those guys always holds it together. Even on nights that he's not shooting. Someone else picks it up for Golden State. But all your exit one basket. I mean, when you see what the lowest paid players are making compare you know, especially on a twelve man roster..

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on This Week In Google

"That's a big jump from last year over year. Big jump. Was eighty thousand a year ago. Those moderate that though they said that that's that's gonna stabilize okay? Google alone advertising. Revenues thirty two billion dollars other revenue six and a half billion other bet revenues one hundred fifty four million what are the other revenues, by the way, the other bets lost one point three billion? So. Other reds over to used to be like ninety six percent advertise advertising. Yeah. Yeah. So are they diversifying their revenue? More is that is that just just WS. Or other revenues include the billions of dollars apple gives it. No, they give billions to apple. I'm sorry. Never mind is anybody given Google money. I don't know. What is that? Isn't it is their hardware and other or did they break that out? I don't. Yeah. So. Can be well, I guess it. Also would be Google Drive. Their hardware. They actually it was a surprising amount. It was a couple of billion in harshly. The show. Yeah, I'm looking at hardware here, and I'll see it. So that might be in other other bets is that's where nest in early. Stuff paid clicks and Google properties. This is the one you were talking about down year over year from sixty six percent to twenty two percent cost per click down nine percent year over year. But it was down twenty nine percent last year. Oh, I'm sorry. Okay. I'm mixing year-over-year quarter quarter year over year down twenty nine percent quarter over quarter down nine percent. So big drop and cost per click on Google properties. Is it the end of advertising or I mean is there is this? I'm not gonna short their stock Google stocking. But if you look at the disclosure every show he pretty much does I literally that is the first time I known that you held Google style. The Facebook thing is is is you know, I raised money from the directly I owned Google, I own Amazon, I do not all the stocks in aggregate through mutual funds. But. Okay. You buy and sell in pundit on. I'm just I was surprised Jeff. I literally have never absorb. I used to say it all the time. So we did. I certainly knew it. I not gonna make him sell it. Because I did that once there was a guy used to be on break quickly name Scott born, and I said, Scott, you can't be on the show unless you get rid of your apple stock in a significant amount. Apple stock and he'll never let me forget that. Because I cost him a like a I like, I don't even know like one hundred million dollars like a lot. So Jeff, please keep you stock. I don't have that much much Amazon's would better to me than than Google. Yeah. I mean, let's face it. We all have a little bit of a dog in the Google hunt. Whether you have stock or not, I actually well, I think. We're doing a show about Google Schuylkill went away. I think we'd be out of luck. Well, yes, okay. I got ya. But like, we do I don't stake. Oh, but okay. No. And I just I was surprised because I hadn't heard this. And as a journalist, Jeff, you know, how I I'm sure you could be in my head. I'm like. Sorry Lamer the beginning of every show. We'd never get the show done fair fair. Okay. All right. Sorry. I'm kidding general. We have very few conflicts of interest on the network alphabets, traffic acquisition cost. What is that? Trying to those the deals to apple. Oh, yes. Yes. Well being and came in at twenty three percent of advertising revenue. That's why their margins are a little also they also they like media companies. It's all an arbitrage game you by audience to come to something to fill it out. Right. So you're playing in arbitrage game. It's their traffic acquisition cost was seven point four four billion dollars..

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

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 2 years ago

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

"Thirty two billion dollars here to explain why is Bloomberg cross asset markets reporter, Eric lamb, thirty two billion, Eric what does it? So today, we're coming up on the ten year anniversary of the tainted milk scandal in China and thirty billion dollars figure is actually an estimate from Euromonitor for the size of the infant baby formula market in China. It could grow to thirty two billion over the next five years by twenty twenty three which really gives you a sense of the stakes that are involved in that market now at current currently, we're dealing with foreign producers versus domestic producers real battle right now for the hearts and minds of consumers in young parents. So what are foreign producers doing to build market share Howard, domestic producers fighting back? Yeah. The foreign producers certainly have an advantage because they're perceived to have higher quality products that are less risky for parents. And for companies like Nestle, which has seen their market shared quadruple since two thousand and eight in China. They're actually starting now to focus down on lower tier cities. So the smaller cities outside of the main regions, whereas a little more rural? There's a little more opportunity for growth, so looking at ways to for instance, develop ecommerce or better better supply their products to consumers, their meanwhile, the domestic producers are realizing that actually if they have some kind of brand association with foreign cows or production from outside of China that gives them a leg up and makes them a little more competitive. Yeah. So we saw one Chinese producer, for instance, brand itself as American dairy, right? What will it take to change the situation at what point do Chinese consumers come to believe in domestic producers again? The problem is for some memories are still still fairly fairly recent that they're just not to the point where they're willing to accept it. But over time that might change, right. Bloomberg cross asset markets reporter, Eric lamb. Thank you so much for.

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So what did Mike Pence do will Mike Pence and his people figured out? We we certainly want to take this money from the federal government that was the ObamaCare expansion because that's how we buy votes. That's what we do here. That's what the politicians do. They buy the votes in. This case was giving away free healthcare, but we can't call it ObamaCare. So what Mike Pence dead was he went to the Obama administration said look you want to have government funded health care. I want to run for president. I can't call it ObamaCare. What are you say? We'll take the money, which is basically the expansion of Medicare, and we'll call it something else feel but administration quickly said deal you want to know how bad hip two point zero as the Obama administration signed off on it. That's all you need to know. Right. Do you think you'll bomb administration was signing off on anything that was free market? That's yourself. That's a rob KENDALL thing. That's a reality thing. I'm no fan of Mike Pence. But you think Obama was signing off on anything that was free market in health care. No, Mike Pence figured out though. The most popular politician in the history of Indiana was Mitch Daniels and his signature ID on healthcare which actually did involve free markets on accountability. For the most part was hip. So I know we'll call it hip two point. Oh, now other than the godfather, can you name me one movie with a sequel was as good as the first one. Oh, of course, not of course. And that's the dirty little secret. That's why they did the gas tax. It's why they're doing the other taxes. They're not going to fund roads. This is why they have a revenue shortage. They claim all these businesses are rolling in. They have a revenue shortage because they have a gigantic problem, which is government funded health care, which is now funded primarily by you, the taxpayer of the state of Indiana, and they can't be honest with you because they sold it to you. There was a free market solution. And it's really not in the running out of money. How else do you explain it governor Holcomb if you've got another explanation on how you can have a thirty two billion dollar biennial budget, and you can claim your the state that works and money's the money and businesses are flowing in like wind this. State yet. You can't have enough money to hold up your into the bargain on the deal, you made with teachers you let me know, you you you have the hotline number you could call right now, we have this. I know you have the hotline number you, call it all the time you call. We'll talk about it on the air. I don't need any prep. I don't we'll do it. It'll be great. Tell us. Tell me where I'm Brian Bosma, Brian Bosma, call to let me know you let me know you have the hotline number ninety three WABC. The rob Kimmel show coming up next. I will get in. The legislature is upset about what the governor. They gave him unlimited tolling ability because they didn't want to go on record is raising taxes. Now, they're mad that he did the tall and he's not asking for.

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on X96

X96

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on X96

"Coerced. Estimates for as for how many girls and women are at risk of being trafficked for sex in the United States vary widely. But the attorney general's trafficking in persons task force estimated as a thirty two billion dollar per year industry in the United States. Secretary of education, Betsy DeVos. Has unveiled sweeping changes to campus sexual misconduct rule, you might make this a Boehner that would bolster the rights of the accused and give colleges more flexibility in how they handle title nine cases. The long-awaited rules. Make key changes to former guidelines from the Obama administration including a tighter definition of sexual misconduct. Reduced responsibility for colleges to investigate complaints. And the right for advisors on all sides to cross examine those involved. Devos had haram was to restore fairness and rebalance the rights of the accuser and accused in the increasingly contentious Irina of campus sexual assault as more victims step forward to report cases, emboldened by a more supportive national environment. Hundreds of alleged offenders across the nation have fought back with lawsuits saying that colleges violated their drew due process rights by rushing to unfair judgments against them. Throughout this process. My focus was and always will be ensuring that every student can learn in a safe and nurturing environment of Austria that starts with having clear policies and fair processes that every student can rely on every survivor of sexual violence may must be taken seriously. Okay. And every student accused of sexual misconduct. Must know that. Guilt is not predetermined that hasn't been we can and must condemn sexual violence and punish those who perpetrated while ensuring a fair grievance process. Those are not mutually exclusive ideas, they are the very essence of how Americans understand Justice to function. That seems that sounds reasonable. On the surface title, nine prohibits sex discrimination in education by schools that receive federal funding it is mainly relevant to higher education. But also covers K through twelve DeVos made distinctions between them in her proposed rules. The rules did now they drew immediate sharply. Divided reaction. Some hail the changes is long overdue. Others condemn them as a rollback of protections. That would make it more difficult for students to report sexual assault and easier for colleges to ignore them. Like, I said on the surface. He dig deeper you find out what's really going. So just Davidson interim director for and rape on campus. And the rules were worse than we thought. It will return schools to a time where rape sexual assault and harassment were swept under the rug. Now. Yeah. You have to look a little deeper and find out why people think that. And they're, you know, people who've looked at these rules say that that's. That's where we're headed. College. Colleges would have the option under the rules to choose to adopt a higher burden of proof clear and convincing evidence to reach a finding of sexual. I mean, and that's in the schools best interest. This is why women don't report because they feel like nobody's gonna believe me and the school doesn't want that on their record. So they're gonna find their way to write sweep it under the rug like they said. It isn't right. Let's see couple of other quick stories here. Just one. Let's see. Okay. I'll do this one. A Moroccan woman has been arrested after she allegedly killed her boyfriend butchered his body cooked it up, and then served it up with rice to unsuspecting guests says why I don't eat food that other people cook because that might happen. Happened to these people. The Associated Press reports prosecutors in the United Arab Emirates accused the woman of serving her boyfriend to Pakistani workers as part of the traditional rice and meat dish known as mach caboose. The sounds delicious. Yeah. The national newspaper in Abu Dhabi sites. Prosecutors saying the Moroccan woman killed her boyfriend's of seven years after he told her of his plans to marry somebody else who have deserved it. The van is said to have died three months ago, but the apparent killing only came to light in recent days after his brother went looking for him and found a tooth inside the woman's blender just slaughtering the woman will face trial after. Investigation is complete. It's this thing you're blender just one tooth. That's all makes sports weather traffic. So it was an amazing Monday night football game last night between the Kansas City. Chiefs in Los Angeles Rams, all sorts of records and first time in NFL history. Both teams scored over fifty points in the same game. The high-scoring Monday night football game in history could end up being the Super Bowl Patrick Mahomes through couple interceptions right at the very end. But other than that. It was really really really good fifty four fifty one for the Rams weather. So.

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Markets bounce back; Chinese exports jump; Bank earnings

Bloomberg Daybreak

02:22 min | 3 years ago

Markets bounce back; Chinese exports jump; Bank earnings

"Was strong. Both at home and abroad exports rose fourteen point five percent higher than the forecast of eight point two percent imports up fourteen point three percent now China's trade surplus was thirty two billion dollars. But with the United States, it widened to a record thirty four point one billion economists still expect exports to slow, but they've been strong all year in Hong Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak. All right, Brian. Thank you. Bye US futures gain Wall Street is looking to earnings from J P, Morgan Citi group and Wells Fargo to shape sentiment today. We get a preview from Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio for the third quarter. Analysts seem to agree that you shouldn't hold your breath. Not much is expected in terms of any fireworks. There may be some interesting lines about better cost control, but revenue just isn't expected to make major headlines revenue for J P Morgan and CitiBank are expected to rise for city card. Revenue growth will be in focus, but for Wells Fargo revenues expected to fall by two percent. And it's really going to be about executing. On core costs skulls Ramey delivered. His New York takes Remy. Equities in Europe are staging attempted recovery with the stock six hundred up a third of one percent. The sectors posted yesterday's biggest losses are leading the way. Today industries like autos technology and mining still this is just the first gain for European equities in three days with stocks still headed for their worst week since March Italy remains in focus at the parliament voting in favor of the populist governments fiscal plan that sets up a showdown next week when Italy's budget is doing Brussels John Rowe is head of multi asset funds at a legal and general in London. This is the crucial moment we've been waiting for in the talent situation. So they will always going to put in numbers that we're going to rile the EU, and we were going to get the standoff were to some degree the Italians need to cave to some pressure which. It'd be a good outcome from all showing that the checks and balances work or you got to kind of playing chicken with city knowing it's too big to be allowed to fail at the same time the EU needing credible threats to keep spending under control, and Reuters reports the European Central Bank will not come to Italy's rescue effort either government or banking system ran out of cash unless Italy first secure as a bailout from the EU, and it's stock sold off this week. Hedge funds have

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Have a second plan to become an, instant millionaire and it's to find this Russian battleship that is. Going down One hundred thirty two supposedly, one hundred and thirty two billion dollars in gold on it A South Korean treasure hunting team is teasing a big reveal they announced the discovery of the Russian imperial navy cruiser Dmitry Donskoy which is believed to have been carrying two. Hundred tonnes of gold when it sank in nineteen zero, five in the Russia Japanese war it was found last weekend off. The South Korean Alfie South Korean island at a. Depth of more than fourteen hundred feet it was identified by the name on its stern and so the reports are that it had five thousand five hundred boxes. Of gold bars used to cover wages port fees and fuel costs for an entire fleet And apparently the prayer members of the of the ship were taken prisoner and yada yada yada anyway let's already been discovered you can't I. Don't, know they haven't actually gone I'm gonna I'm just gonna real quick swim down there fourteen hundred, feet, and. Grab, him nNcholas cage yeah. National treasury I. Don't think they've extracted the gold yet so. Just, they nowadays Quick swim down fourteen hundred feet no, big deal swim a lot of people don't know this about me. But I was I was one of those divers competitive free diver I can. Hold, my breath. And go down easily. Didn't help to Thailand. Kids yeah they weren't they didn't need that. They need free diving No. No I can easily hold. My, breath to. Fourteen hundred feet or. Fourteen whichever comes first Remember he. Used to play that game in the. Pool get? Hold. Your. Breath and your friends fourteen seconds that's the same is fourteen hundred feet isn't it Yeah I should have. No problems It would. Be really. Easy swim it up it's, heavy I, haven't gotten that for you know. It's it's, light because? It, is you're weightless isn't it Down there and he's. Going to hide it somewhere else because he. Can hold. His breath for so long, he's going, to hide it somewhere else yeah. He's going, to transfer Hey. That's, a lot of goals Swim down, there while you're, holding your breath whatever go around huge. Chip and find wherever they logical always this..

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on TechStuff

"In the home consumer market as a result but overall the company was still dealing with a plateau situation in two thousand del sales reached nearly thirty two billion dollars that's a lot of money but in two thousand one they remained flat they didn't decline but they didn't increase either and here's the thing about come these shareholders always wanna see a company grow because it's not enough to do well you have to get bigger because shareholders want their investment to increase in value so in february two thousand one del held its first major layoff in its history and it cut about seventeen hundred jobs the company was still doing better than many of its competitors were some companies like ibm had already pulled out of the consumer market in two thousand one kevin rollins the man who had acted as a consultant for dell a few years earlier became the new president of the company michael dell would remain the ceo and rollins tried to diversify the company's products he wanted to acquire adapted data storage company called emc the two companies had created a distribution deal partnership together but rollins felt it would be best if dell acquired this other company which had been around since nineteen seventy nine michael dell however did not like this idea and he struck down multiple times and they would argue about it several times throughout kevin rollins as tenure as president rollins would later say that dell was worried that this acquisition with destabilize the company and it's funny because in thousand sixteen many years after rawlins had left the company dell did in fact acquire emc or a whole lot of money i'll talk more about that toward the end of this episode dell did start offering other products however including stuff like digital audio players printers and televisions this was not in the same realm as what rollins was thinking he was thinking about infrastructure types of products things that companies would use to run the businesses that they do and michael dell was thinking of more sort of consumer friendly technologies that were closer in at least in concept to the computers he had been building for years in two thousand three the company would change its name again now calling itself dell inc to help reflect that the company was no longer focusing solely on computers in march two thousand four michael dell decided to step down as ceo of the company kevin rollins would take over both as president and ceo michael dell however would stay on as chairman of the board but a stencil he had stepped back from the daily operation of the company this is not the end of michael dell's involvement with the company that shares his name however rawlins meanwhile had set some really high goals and in two thousand four he had a whole lot of momentum going behind him he had no reason to believe that dell couldn't hit these goals so he wanted del to hit sixty billion dollars in revenue by the end of two thousand six and eighty billion by two thousand nine at the latest he also was guiding the company to enter into new businesses including providing services and not just hardware but things did not go smoothly the put it lightly not.

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Broadcom loses $19 billion in market value after bid to buy CA

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

Broadcom loses $19 billion in market value after bid to buy CA

"To browse your favorite podcasts let's get you a quick recap of how some of the regional equity markets performed there was was a tough time if you're looking to make some gains on the upside to buy was donna tenths of one percent to buy investments still really the out trade that stock was up four percent story out of abu dhabi was to the upside but saudi arabia getting dragged down by some of the big lenders in the country down to fifty one percent volumes were in line with a three month average here and then qatar also a little bit lower remembered that the drop in oil price really hit sentiment in trade over the last twenty four hours be interesting to see how the market just the remainder of the market moves around the world but now let's check in on the latest business flash shut lines with deborah mount deborah shots are being fired and the global media emanate war comcast has raised its cash bid for uk broadcasters sky to fourteen pounds seventy five pence per share now that beats the latest offer from rupert murdoch's twentyfirstcentury century fox of fourteen pounds what's valued sky at thirty two billion dollars is upon and a wider fight between comcast and disney for the bulk of murdoch's media empire as they tackle digital rivals like netflix broadcom has confirmed its eighteen point nine billion dollar purchase of ca technologies as it branches into software to diversify its business jumped in extended trade on the all cash deal which is twenty percent above wednesday's closing.

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Stocks drop broadly as new China tariffs rekindle trade-war jitters

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:40 min | 3 years ago

Stocks drop broadly as new China tariffs rekindle trade-war jitters

"Fox in for john farrow tom keene in london we are two hours away from the opening bell on wall street let me get you updated on the news that you need to know at this hour investors around the world are selling stocks after the us fired a new shot in its brewing trade war with china the trump administration releasing a list of two hundred billion dollars worth of trade tariffs on chinese goods china is vowing to retaliate no details yet as to the exact nature of the retaliation and the bidding war over britain's top paytv company it is increasing as the bid for twenty by twenty first century fox's increasing for sky tv at values the company now at thirty two billion dollars that is twelve percent more than the offer that was made by comcast of course they're all in a bidding more disney comcast for those assets of twentieth century fox and trench coats not loved so much the shares a burglary falling as much as five percent in london the luxury goods makers saying that revenue rose just three percent in the second quarter as it trails rivals in the all important china market all right it's time to find out what's going on in the world we've got to mr michael barr mr bar tom thank you very much nato secretary general jens stoltenberg says he agrees with president trump that nato allies should contribute more to the alliance in terms of defense spending but he also defended nato saying that there is strength in unity and while talking to cnn ahead of the summit stoltenberg was asked about his earlier breakfast meeting with president trump extent orange juice toll stunts all fruit solid on good breakfast.

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President, Sky Faulk and Gina Cervetti discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

President, Sky Faulk and Gina Cervetti discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"The upcoming earning season is expected to be one of the best in ten years but today investors got a reminder that the trade war is still there and that's hitting the stock futures this morning s and p futures down nineteen points nasdaq futures down sixty four dow futures down two hundred and four the us issued a list of two hundred billion dollars more in chinese goods targeted for tariffs and china vowed to retaliate visor has agreed to delay planned price hikes for certain drugs after president donald trump launched an attack on the company saying it should be ashamed visor says it will put off price increases that took effect on july first in order to give president trump a chance to work on his blueprint to change healthcare rupert murdochs twenty first century fox has boosted its bid for sky faulk says its latest bid of thirty two billion dollars is twelve percent higher than the one from comcast gina cervetti.

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

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:25 min | 3 years ago

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

"From the e you have only one chance left to vote down the final withdrawal agreement when it comes to parliament for approval and if they exceed what would follow in the aftermath uk would be on course to crash out of the eu without an overall agreement and that could force may from power or trigger an election in an attempt to win cross posse backing maze team have begun briefing the main opposition labor party that's in the hope of being able to sway them to support her plans but it's only fueled the infighting among the conservatives in london i'm sebastian sonic bloomberg daybreak sebastien thank you turning to corporate news now first century fox's boosting its bid for sky the latest offer of thirty two billion dollars stops a rival bid from comcast is the companies continue their battle for control britain's top paytv company the uk government has previously said it's likely to approve the bid by fox and is due to deliver its final ruling tomorrow this is bloomberg karen thank you that brings us to six oh seven on wall street remember those separated parent and child emigrants the latest now from bloomberg's michael barr good morning good morning bob the trump administration was only able to reunite fewer than half of the eligible separated migrant families in its care by a court ordered deadline tuesday the fates of thousands more remain limbo bloomberg's ed baxter reports about the reasons for the delays i it's clear the zero tolerance policy did not have a specific plan for reunification and has scrambled since the judge's order but alex as are the secretary of health and human services says there have been about forty reunifications others just plainly can't be done children whose parents didn't confirm to be parents they were lying about being parents there demonstrably unfit we've got one alleged to be a murderer one who's a kidnapper one rapist one who's a trafficker one alleged by the child to be a child abuser and he says they need more time to sort through things in san francisco i'm ed baxter bloomberg daybreak democratic opponents of supreme court nominee brent kavanagh say his past writing suggest it would be inclined to side with president trump if legal issues arise from a special counsel robert mueller's investigation senator cory booker of new jersey the thousands of judges he could have picked for even the twenty plus people you're gonna pick for his list he chose the one person that is written that he should have immunity from any investigation and from from any kind of prosecution it might result however republican senator john cornyn of texas dismisses that i think this idea that this is somehow get out of jail free card is is preposterous and i will republican senator charles grassley head of the senate judiciary committee says cavenaugh has a reputation for keeping regulators under control thailand's prime minister is thanking the people involved in the rescue of twelve boys in their soccer coach trapped in a flooded k for more than two two weeks the operation involves scores of divers medics military personnel from across the world buckingham palace says queen elizabeth will welcome president trump and his wife melania at windsor castle they will watch a military parade before having tea on friday global news twenty four hours a day on ear and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob thank you michael now six oh nine wall street time for your bloomberg nbc sports update brought.

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Axios Media Trends - July 10, 2018

BBC World Service

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Axios Media Trends - July 10, 2018

"Fabu moon and gabriel bar at twin brothers who work in an identical artistic field the world of comic books based in brazil they've now found fame all over the world they produce their work in a shared studio with the desks opposite each other painstakingly creating whole world's in a series of drawings join me camilla costa for in the studio after the news as i meet fabio and gabriel in wash them at work bbc news with david austin china says it's shocked by us plans for further tariffs on chinese goods worth two hundred billion dollars beijing caused the measures completely unacceptable and warns they'll hurt america's own interests as well as those of china and the rest of the world president trump has joining other nato leaders at a summit in belgium after renewing his criticism of america's european allies he's accused eu nations of failing to spend enough on their defense and leaving it to the us thai health officials say the twelve young footballers who were rescued from a flooded cave system role in good health despite losing around two kilograms each in wait the officials said the boys showed no signs of stress of their twoweek ordeal rupert murdoch's twenty first century fox has increased its bid for sky tv at fights for control of the company fox's new offer values the british paytv business at thirty two billion dollars and pizza bid from.

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Trump administration must turn over information about 2020 census question

Kate Dalley

02:47 min | 3 years ago

Trump administration must turn over information about 2020 census question

"The us justice department more from npr's yuki noguchi glencore shares plunged after it revealed that is under investigation for violations of money laundering and corruption laws the investigation relates to its operations in nigeria the democratic republic of congo and venezuela over the last decade but the company was already under scrutiny for its ethics glencore which operates metal minds and makes and markets agricultural and energy commodities already faced a potential bribery probe related to its mining operations in the congo the company says it is reviewing the subpoena you can achieve npr news washington major us trading partners including the european union china and japan are voicing their concerns about possible us measures on imported autos and parts they appeared before the world trade organization japan's warren such measures could trigger a spiral of countermeasures on wall street the dow dropped one hundred and thirty two points the nasdaq was down sixty five points this is npr and you're listening to wnyc i'm jamie floyd the new york city public housing authority now says it needs thirty two billion dollars to make repairs and improvements over the next five years that's a twentyseven percent increase over its previous estimate andrew ryan a consultant for the citizens budget commission says the authorities only slated to get a quarter of what it needs if you go on this path you are not going to reverse the decline of niger which is already insignificant state of disrepair ryan says federal state and city governments have all failed to support public housing for decades a federal lawsuit challenging a question about citizenship status on the us census is moving forward federal judge in new york has ordered the trump administration to provide information on its decision to include the question on the twenty twenty cents is form in a hearing today judge jesse furman said there is evidence the administration acted in bad faith new york new jersey and several cities and states around the country are suing the us department of commerce and the census bureau over the question arguing it could result in an inaccurate count by discouraging immigrants from participating in the survey and the mta has released the beta version of its new app it's called my mta james ramsay from wnyc's we the commuter project tried it out he says all it works well as an accurate countdown clock if you're standing on a hot subway platform it has some other shortcomings the problem is once i'm on the train and we stall out in a tunnel for about eight minutes and not only is the announcement on the intercom unintelligible but there's no way in the app for me to send a message to the mta saying i'm on this train stalled out.

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"They can't admit it one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two but it gets worse because i have it on good at thirty from his security detail that one of the places you'll be visiting on his trip to canada is vancouver british columbia on the west coast of the pacific ocean where they have injection centers in an area called each main in hastings it's called the carnegie center they have a number of injections which he's tried to open up in new york city each already targeted four neighborhoods where junkie will get their bag of dope heroin outside in the street status such a mess curtis because i feel like it just exacerbates a bad problem right now and then you able to come in and get a proper injection clean needles and basically mental and physical health checkup but i believe that part party of the region for the strip is injustice show solidarity with justin trudeau junior versus donald trump but it's the check out those injection shannon said he wants to open up throughout the city in new york there let's go comes back and he says hey this is what i saw factfinding mission you know wouldn't it be great if you just stayed there during the vietnam war era the draft dodgers just fled to canada why be great if he just staging canada can i say would be a little bit cooler though that's the only plus canada right now from brooklyn welcomed the kurdish and rita cosby here wabc freddie yeah hello you know what i found out about guys like the blasio socialism what did you find out they tend to be the most corrupt politicians system socialism breeds corruption you got all these massive bureaucracies and we know what goes on that with the corruption but let me let me get this straight socialism breeds corruption but capitalism doesn't not like socialist please oh my god i think corruption everywhere fred i don't think it's universal to this is added story reminds me of the ray kroc story he stole mcdonnell crock who's well across of right stay stole the idea from two brothers in california and reading another story over the weekend another major mogul who stole his idea from his partner at the time and that was walt disney yes stole mickey mouse that's right that's capitalism and you don't bill gates microsoft you know what flaggy used to have on his desk when you would come visit him the jolly rogers fag so they all rip off each other let's say like i think it sadly inherent with politicians and moguls now let's go to mike calling from new york welcome the kurdish and rita cosby here wabc mike mike hey how you guys doing good i just wanted to make a comment that i'd like to see people going inspect the way these people are living and he's worried about the people down at the border let's see what type of cameras go in see the holes in the ceiling see how this guy really thinks about the people who is worried about you know mike you bring up a great example because this was staggering to me it was just yesterday curtis came out that the cost of fixed nigeria first of all it's a lot of money but it's like double the amount it's like thirty two billion dollars if you really wanted to bring all of these nights places up to speed and you're right i think his priorities are outta whack care of new york for two officials andrew cuomo king cuomo the second protocol mccain cuomo the first is in charge of the mta the subway and buses but he's more interested in helping puerto rico get back on track not helping subway uses and plus uses here.

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That having four hundred million customers crazy isn't it well back when he was running for president trump said he would fix all of amazon's problems and all my guess the internet went crazy this past week over a tweet trump's that number one amazon pays little or no taxes to state and local governments number two amazon's relationship with the us post office causes tremendous loss to the united states and number three amazon is putting many thousands of retailers out of business all right let's set some things straight first of all this talk about taxes now years ago when amazon had just a few warehouses he got away with not charging sales tax when retailers ship goods to states where they don't have a physical presence they don't have to charge sales tax well last year amazon started charging sales tax in every state whether or not it had an actual physical location which is really important to remember and the president is correct that amazon does not always collect city and local sales taxes that's according to the institute on taxation economic policy it also doesn't collect sales taxes on purchases made on amazon from those third party vendors that i mentioned and they're big thirty two billion dollars last year huge are as talked about the post office amazon pays the post office to deliver packages to customers doors amazon they don't get a special rate pays the same rate that they charge other bulk shippers but let's face it the post office they actually need to innovate nor even compete in the marketplace in retail is dying online commerce is thriving you don't have to be data analysts see that writing on the wall i mean why get dressed getting your car go to the store pick out what you want put it back in your car and then drive back.

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It well back when he was running for president trump said he would fix all of amazon's problems and all my guests the internet went crazy this past week over a tweet trump said number one amazon pays little or no taxes to state and local governments number two amazon's relationship with us post office causes tremendous loss to the united states and number three amazon is putting many thousands of retailers out of this all right let's set some things straight first of all this talk about taxes now years ago and amazon had just a few warehouses he got away with not charging sales tax when retailers ship goods to states where they don't have a physical presence they don't have to charge sales tax well last year amazon started charging sales tax and every state whether or not it had an actual physical location which is really important to remember and the president is correct that amazon does not always collect city and local sales taxes that's according to the institute on taxation economic policy it also doesn't collect sales taxes on purchases made on amazon from those third party vendors that i mentioned and they're big thirty two billion dollars last year huge are talking about the post office amazon pays the post office to deliver packages to customers doors amazon they don't get a special rate it pays the same rate that they charge other bulk shippers but let's face it the post office they actually need to innovate nor even compete in the marketplace in retail is dying online commerce is thriving you don't have to be a data analysts see that writing on the wall and why get dressed get your car go to the store pick out what you want put it back in your car and then drive back home when hello you can have amazon or someone else deliver in an hour or.

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"It well back when he was running for president trump said he would fix all of amazon's problems and all my guests the internet went crazy this past week over a tweet trump said number one amazon pays little or no taxes to state and local governments number two amazon's relationship with the us post office causes tremendous loss to the united states and number three amazon is putting many thousands of retailers out of business all right let's set some things straight first of all this talk about taxes now years ago when amazon had just a few warehouses they got away with not charging sales tax when retailers ship goods to states where they don't have a physical presence they don't have to charge sales tax well last year amazon started charging sales tax in every state whether or not it had an actual physical location which is really important to remember and the president is correct that amazon does not always collect city and local sales taxes that's according to the institute on taxation economic policy it also doesn't collect sales taxes on purchases made on amazon from those third party vendors that i mentioned and they're big thirty two billion dollars last year huge are talking about the post office amazon pays the post office to deliver packages to customers doors amazon they don't get a special rate it pays the same rate that they charge other bulk shippers but let's face it the post office they actually need to innovate and to even compete in the marketplace in retail is dying online commerce is thriving you don't have to be a data analysts that writing on the wall i mean why get dressed getting your car go to the store pick out what you want put it back in your car and then drive back.

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It well back when he was running for president trump said he would fix all of amazon's problems and all my guests the internet went crazy this past week over a tweet trump said number one amazon pays little or no taxes to state and local governments number two amazon's relationship with the us post office causes tremendous loss to the united states and number three amazon is putting many thousands of retailers out of business all right let's set some things straight first of all this talk about taxes now years ago when amazon had just a few warehouses he got away with not charging sales tax when retailers ship goods to states where they don't have a physical presence they don't have to charge sales tax well last year amazon started charging sales tax in every state whether or not it had an actual physical location which is really important to remember and the president is correct that amazon does not always collect city and local sales taxes that's according to the institute on taxation economic policy it also doesn't collect sales tax on purchases made on amazon from those third party vendors that i mentioned and they're big thirty two billion dollars last year huge are as talking about post office amazon pays the post office to deliver packages to customers doors amazon they don't get a special rate it pays the same rate that they charge other bulk shippers but let's face it the post office they actually need to innovate and even compete in the marketplace in retail is dying online commerce is thriving you don't have to be a data analysts see that writing on the wall i mean why get dressed get in your car go to the store pick out what you want put it back in your car and then drive back.

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Trump tweets about Amazon taxes

The Think Tank with Mike ONeil and Mike Russell

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Trump tweets about Amazon taxes

"It well back when he was running for president trump said he would fix all of amazon's problems and all my guests the internet went crazy this past week over a tweet trump said number one amazon pays little or no taxes to state and local governments number two amazon's relationship with the us post office causes tremendous loss to the united states and number three amazon is putting many thousands of retailers out of business all right let's set some things straight first of all this talk about taxes now years ago when amazon had just a few warehouses he got away with not charging sales tax when retailers ship goods to states where they don't have a physical presence they don't have to charge sales tax well last year amazon started charging sales tax in every state whether or not it had an actual physical location which is really important to remember and the president is correct that amazon does not always collect city and local sales taxes that's according to the institute on taxation economic policy it also doesn't collect sales tax on purchases made on amazon from those third party vendors that i mentioned and they're big thirty two billion dollars last year huge are as talking about post office amazon pays the post office to deliver packages to customers doors amazon they don't get a special rate it pays the same rate that they charge other bulk shippers but let's face it the post office they actually need to innovate and even compete in the marketplace in retail is dying online commerce is thriving you don't have to be a data analysts see that writing on the wall i mean why get dressed get in your car go to the store pick out what you want put it back in your car and then drive back.

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"It well back when he was running for president trump said he would fix all of amazon's problems and all my guests the internet went crazy this past week over a tweet trump said number one amazon pays little or no taxes to state and local governments number two amazon's relationship with the us post office causes tremendous loss to the united states and number three amazon is putting many thousands of retailers out of business all right let's set some things straight first of all is talking about taxes now years ago an amazon had just a few warehouses he got away with not charging sales tax when retailers ship goods to states where they don't have a physical presence they don't have to charge sales tax well last year amazon started charging sales tax in every state whether or not it had an actual physical location which is really important to remember and the president is correct that amazon does not always collect city and local sales taxes that's according to the institute on taxation economic policy it also doesn't collect sales taxes on purchases made on amazon from those third party vendors that i mentioned and they're big thirty two billion dollars last year huge are talking about the post office amazon pays the post office to deliver packages to customers doors amazon they don't get a special rate it pays the same rate that they charge other bulk shippers but let's face it the post office they actually need to innovate to even compete in the marketplace and retail is dying online commerce is thriving you don't have to be a data analysts see that writing on the wall i mean why get dressed getting your car go to the store pick out what you want put it back in your car and then drive back.

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on WCHS

"It well back when he was running for president trump said he would fix all of amazon's problems and all my guests the internet went crazy this past week over a tweet trump said number one amazon pays little or no taxes to state and local governments number two amazon's relationship with the us post office causes tremendous loss to the united states and number three amazon is putting many thousands of retailers out of business all right let's set some things straight first of all this talk about taxes now years ago when amazon had just a few warehouses they got away with not charging sales tax when retailer ship goods to states where they don't have a physical presence they don't have to charge sales tax well last year amazon started charging sales tax and every state whether or not it had an actual physical location which is really important to remember and the president is correct that amazon does not always collect city and local sales taxes that's according to the institute on taxation economic policy it also doesn't collect sales taxes on purchases made on amazon from those third party vendors that i mentioned and they're big thirty two billion dollars last year huge are talking about the post office amazon pays the post office to deliver packages to customers doors happens then they don't get a special rate it pays the same rate that they charge other bulk shippers but let's face it the post office they actually need to innovate and were even compete in the marketplace in retail is dying online commerce is thriving you don't have to be a data analysts that writing on the wall i mean why get dressed get in your car go to the store pick out what you want put it back in your car and then drive back.

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

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 4 years ago

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

"Channel says the company new legal analyst plan to file a sexual harassment lawsuit against bill o'reilly when it renewed his contract this year the new york times says that since fired host paid out a thirty two billion dollar settlement i'm jan johnson this is bloomberg best i'm ju gauso i'm ed baxter it's been thirty years since the dow jones industrial average plunged almost twenty three percent for the worst one day stock crash in history bloomberg's karen moskow takes you look back at black monday that's how it sounded on the new york stock exchange biggest single day stock market collapse in history marty fine was an independent broker at the time and spoke to reporters after leaving the floor of the new york stock exchange october 19th 1987 the worst delusions i've ever seen i've been down on wall street since the late '50s only a handful of skeptics saw this coming the dow jones industrial average is soared forty four percent that he earthy wrong is twenty fat and october ushered in the cruellest news on tuesday october twelve had mindset congress might kill the tax benefits of leveraged buyout takeovers a pillar of the market's rally report on wednesday of an unexpectedly large trade deficit pushed up interest rates on friday the market was hit by news of an iranian attack on a usflagged oil tanker on black monday japan's nikkei index fell two and a half percent by midday stocks in london were down ten percent in new york eleven other thirty stocks in the dow jones industrial average didn't open in the first hour of trading at went to fall five hundred eight points you're twenty two point six percent it's biggest decline ever it with a very crazy crime blair hall less managing partner of halt trading chicagobased market making firm specializing in our since the market is gone through some down five percent the previous week didn't look down on monday and everybody knew that would be down again on but we didn't know what it would be down and there was a a an activity called portfolio insured but really exacerbated the crash caused this extreme move all in just a couple of portfolio insurance was a hedging technique that systematically sold stock index futures as the equity market declined the equity market decline on october nineteen to force portfolio insurers to sell futures which drove the market even lower in a vicious feedback cycle that continued throughout.

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"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"thirty two billion dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Have that stories it's it's with with the other ones but i just can't believe how about this eating supermarket hot dogs and i guess by supermarket hot dogs they mean you're saying you know a packet of hot depeg out dogs at the at the jewels with two billion nice job two point four billion it's very excited about her hotdog win although the whole thing with pizzas amazing because even there is even kosher pizza no i ca i think thirty two billion i just think that's low it is it's gotta be you it's it'd be low peoplee pizza every day like when i don't know what to eat everybody you know if you can't agree on anything what are you get as rather he can't agree on what food you get pizza you know what i mean yeah yeah you will see your family your family your kids you get rid of the i don't want that i don't want that everybody will will say yes the pizza yeah viewers than a pizza place and me they get his groups yes out that was due of just huge groups that come out of town for something no question about it and like are they feed the kids are this is from two thousand thirteen so four years so they say americans three hundred and fifty slices a pizza every second and what can i come up and that forty percent eat a pizza at least once a week there that sounds right to me how's right and that's more than thirty two billion dollars that's absolutely more than thirty two billion dollars yeah.

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