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Interview with Jeremy Stoppelman of Yelp
"This industry has just been absolutely hammered unlike any other industry travel leisure as well. So many people go to yelp for restaurants. So did you anticipate that pretty quickly early on that restaurants we're going to get hit or did that come as a surprise to you? We had some sense that restaurants are gonNA, get hit. What of our? More Cedar product managers of Chinese person who had lots of contacts in China and was relying like all the changes that restaurants were going through in. China to try and adapt at the outset of the pandemic like this is crazy. They're doing all these things with temperature checks at the door like delivered new delivery things partitions, and it just seemed so unlikely that that could be our reality especially at that time call it early March, we were studying this and everything still felt normal but it was you know pretty soon we could start seeing impacts in some of the cities that were hardest hit in the. US. So for example, Seattle and You. Know that obviously got US thinking about business ramifications and okay restaurants, which is a big portion of our traffic are going to be hard hit. You know what can we do? We weren't going to charge restaurants for instance, for that period where traffic was following and even if they were getting some value, you know the everyone is thrown into total chaos and like there really isn't a whole lot of point to advertising. Traffic is falling like that. So so pulling together, a bunch of different things to support the restaurant nightlife industry at a time, became a big priority and ultimately culminated with about thirty two million dollars, worth of forgiven fees and young. To Support Restaurants Jeremy Your Business Model depends largely on advertising on businesses that advertise on the platform and businesses that depend on ads have had a difficult time because companies are cutting back on their ad spence. For obvious reasons, they've got to preserve cash in many cases. And this has actually pretty dramatically affected your business yelps business right I mean over the over the past year that was one of the scariest things a particularly about march in April you know in a pandemic especially as things are shutting down. WHO's buying advertise wait? So that was my great fear was you know is our revenue going to go toward zero like maybe it's not zero, but is it going to go towards zero pretty darn quickly. We had some very stressful difficult conversations around my the different potentially catastrophic scenarios. What would we do? How do we survive you know? Is there a freeze? The company amber type strategy literally was something we were talking about like where we just go down to the skeleton of staff fits a nuclear winter type of situation. Fortunately, the world did start to re stabilize and as the panic subsided, there were businesses that actually were doing even finer good You know like as all of us were sheltered at home. Suddenly if your toilet backed up, you're calling the plot a plot. Being more busier and some people started moving later in the pandemic mover traffic was doing reasonably well and so there ended up being areas of our business because we are diversified we're no obviously widely for restaurants, but we also have. Reviews and customers in all sorts of local services categories as well. Area of the business has been quite resilient contractors and and and so on. Interesting I remember when you on the podcast you talked about to crisis moments I remember was when you were x dot com and you were just Totally, terrified that I think that pay pal was gonna like crush you guys and you'd sleepless nights about that and then the other one was when you started yelp and nobody came to the party like it was really just didn't gain any traction in the in the months many months and you will really worried you had a lot of anxiety about and you talked about that and this sounds like even more intense what you went through in March and April. Just probably personally, I? mean. Planning for a nuclear winter. But in in some senses like I wonder whether anticipating that possibility actually was in a sense probably the best way to game out what your strategy would be. Because in the end, it didn't work out that way but it but you were planning for the worst. Yeah. One of the things that I would say was beneficial of going to that awful place in our minds with I'd say at the early part of the pandemic, it's hard for people to really wrap their heads around the scope of the problem how big the problem is how it's going to change our lives it just seems. Unbelievable. and. so by forcing other executives managers, etc start thinking about this, this could be the big one just so to speak. You know it gets you into a brain's base that did shift everyone's thinking to. The A big problem. We have to take this extremely seriously, and there's going to be big changes and moves that none of us are going to like we have to do to ensure the survival
Philadelphia budget hole grows to $749M as officials scramble to finalize spending plan this month
"Philadelphia's budget is a big is in even worse shape than officials projected when the mayor submitted a new spending plan six weeks ago K. Y. W. city hall bureau de Pablo tells us they're now reporting an additional one hundred million dollars in lost revenue budget director Marisa Waxman says the realty transfer taxes brought in twenty five million dollars less than expected in the sales tax fell thirty two million dollars short she says federal funding to replace lost revenue could help but so far Congress hasn't acted you can't build budgets on hope so we had to deal with the real fiscal reality Waxman says the losses take the budget deficit to seven hundred forty nine million dollars and creates a negative fund balance balance mayor mayor Kenney's Kenney's chief chief of of staff staff Jim Jim angler angler says says the the administration administration is is working working with with counsel counsel on on how how to to close close the the gap gap there's there's a a number number of of things things on on the the table table there there additional additional cuts cuts to to departments departments there there could could be a new options there could be other things that we do with those are all intact we discussed the city council as we speak council president Darrell Clarke says it's not a surprise the gap is growing but council will pass a balanced budget
Cash crunch from coronavirus crisis will force Seattle-based Alaska Air to shrink
"Executives at Alaska air say the airline will have to get smaller and stop burning cash to emerge from it pandemic related financial crisis more from Kamose Corwin hate Seattle based Alaska air is announcing two hundred thirty two million dollars in net losses for the first fiscal quarter of twenty twenty well almost no money is coming in during the collapse in air travel executive vice president Shane Tackett says a lot of money is going out we burned about four hundred and sixty seven million of cash from the beginning of the year it says the company has received nine hundred ninety two million dollars from the federal government in payroll protection money still Alaska president Dan Manushi says with a return to normal no where in sight this company is going to get smaller well the prospect of us potentially smaller companies that's something we would have wanted we are realistic about the challenges ahead when she says the airline is perhaps better position to recover than some others because of its all narrow body fleet and limited exposure to the brutal international air travel market
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Thirty two million dollar offer hundred fifty year hundred fifteen year old private college ended academic activity this past summer in the wake of a scandal led to criminal charges being filed against one of its former top finance officials no word yet on the plans the masons plants we almost sixteen acre property was used time six fifty five a watery crisis in an Italian city known for its water features record setting flooding the highest levels of fifteen years mark square completely under water coming up on both my knees once again the people here are still really in the aftermath shops were just starting to re open it already the water is lapping at store fronts were expecting it to be like this all week long here in Saint mark's square Maggie really reporting from Venice wins news time six fifty six now Bloomberg moneywatch on ten ten win some parts of the rust belt cannabis companies are stepping in filling the void left behind when previous manufacturers faltered our mission is to partner with medical schools to do research and to also locate our facilities in areas that need economic development and job creation Rebecca Myers is the founder and CEO of pharmaceutical are acts the medical marijuana business is growing and processing cannabis in a refurbished factory in feral Pennsylvania barrels a very proud community with a long history of steel related industrial activities much of which has suffered tremendously father rust belt towns have welcomed the legalization of medical marijuana and the business it could bring Eastlake Ohio is home to grow or Buckeye relief Meyer says the funding success and local hiring at pharmaceutical our acts are helping to grow the local economy they're bringing in industry of tomorrow to.
EasyJet to offset carbon emissions from all its flights
"York one of Europe's biggest airlines is going carbon neutral easyjet announced today that it will begin offsetting emissions from its fleet of three hundred thirty one planes immediately it says it will invest thirty two million dollars over the next year in programs to remove CO two from the air including the planting of more
Qantas tests world's longest commercial flight from New York to Sydney
"The planes can handle but can the pilots or the passengers this weekend the world is finding out if humans can stomach roughly twenty straight hours in the air the most ever for a passenger flight the first time a commercial airliners flown from New York correct to Sydney at the second song from one to the city al enjoys CEO of Qantas airlines telling Bloomberg about this weekend's historic test flights aboard Boeing seven eighty seven's the test is less of the flights and more of the people on them monitoring alertness under to take risks for our pilots and the activity eating and sleep with a few dozen Guinea pig passengers all to see how well or even if we can hold up to the ordeal as what is another stream of longer passenger flights and is more of us are expected to take them the business of preventing and treating the effects of jet lag with tricks such as pills or herbs special glasses and apps is growing six percent a year would be I guess healthcare forecasting a seven hundred thirty two million dollar industry by twenty twenty
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Scream and you win the argument that's what they build get angry you in the are you you're a stronger person for being angry and then that's what the activist has become if you look at the activists in the past if you look at the civil rights here and what they were fighting for and and the activists being on the street then very different motivation eight kind of looks the same but it's not but it's not known if not driven by the same thing because if you look at the civil rights era what the fight was for it was the the fight was informed one person the actor was there today it's all about me me me me me because everybody else is the oppressor of me and I'm going to be my own hero that's very different that's a child throwing a tantrum the whole charge of racism is used by the left because they can't defend what they believe no I can't and and I don't I just don't the if they can't have the they can have the real debate take all the bogus racist claims against trump away what are they have I mean they spent thirty two million dollars in taxpayer money trying to prove something that never existed and so then what is it well now it's got to be racist racist racist it was just rather trader traders yes right when even mention baller in the last week and a half I don't even know if molars mention Mauler in the last two weeks no the look with with every president you wanna and you and I have been together for now three different presidents we criticize bush we had no problem yeah yeah yeah right no problem criticizing Obama NO criticizing we disagree with any president including trump but we hit him on the substance of the issues right and as I said before.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"That's worth about two hundred thirty two million dollars. There's so the encounter took place on June eighteenth and was one of fourteen drug-smuggling vessels intercepted by the coastguard off Mex Mexico Central and South America with three months. It's great footage. It's pretty good audio this. This is what it looked like. This is the coastguard chasing the summer. He's yelling the submarine. That's that was my question to shops moving at a pretty good clip and watch this. He literally like a body Cam on the new jumps on banging on the hand. I don't I wouldn't can get on the cell gun on this deck for reason right. He's writing assault like drunk chicken exactly so here's what's Weird Max Pattern now you've got work that thing looked like a sub but it's not submerge it was sort of half submerged but it also had a big exhaust pipe going out the top of it and it was moving even pretty good so subs back in the day when there are under what they were diesel-powered I think when they're above ground but below that golf batteries okay because you need oxygen run a motor under ancient sorry you don't need oxygen to run a motor. Some people Detroit Motor City but they're talking about an engine city..
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"We only people lean on, if he called my phone and said, what should we do with these thirty two million dollars? I would say, don't get Amax player roster the roster with those mid level free agents get yourself some defenses from shooting. So now let's take a look at that menu. Like the non all star people. You take a look at this and member, we said deep Benson shooting. So who you ordering off this menu? If you are Pelinka and LeBron and you've got thirty two million dollars foremost, Patrick Beverley, that's the same thing. I'm thinking to first and foremost, the next guy because they don't necessarily need a Cairo or de ngelo Russell to the point guard that needs to break down there gets the Pat bed. You gonna call the plays gonna bring it up. Capacity Brian picked this out the next guy. Bojan bogdonovich every sleeps win the Pacers needed a bucket in the playoffs. He had the ball his hand. They said pick for him. He averaged twenty what Victor depot he could shoot two three he can catch and shoot. He'd be compatible to the actions that they're going to wrong with LeBron in a d and Kuzina. Yup. He and he's not afraid to stand in the corner, if that's his role and he'll compete defensively any taller than people think as well. So those are the two guys if I'm the Lakers, I'm trying to have a Jalen rose e kind of game. He dollar. Lance, but cashew can get his own buckets. I like his game a lot. That'd be a big time lost the Indiana. They found ways to discover players like him in remake their roster. But those would be the couple of guys that you're Mark is there anybody else in that list like you know, you can't what about Brockton. We talk about brogden going to Lakers, and I think if they're gonna take this thirty two million dollars chop it up a couple of ways pregnant with someone. I'll be looking brogden won't end up with the Lakers. Was that because he's a restricted free agent man, if the Lakers, offer him the money they will have until you have to July seventh or eighth to sign it which ties up twenty eight thirty two million can have get a number like that he's that good. John here. We came up coming off an injury to, like, I don't know if you wanna give twenty million dollars or someone had a couple of wildcards. Oh brook Lopez. Wow. Brute lopez. Seven.
What Can LA Lakers Do Now with Newfound Max Cap Space?
"Now of everybody remembers the last couple of weeks rob lincoln the los angeles lakers brennan some pretty fierce criticism because they didn't realize it seems like they they didn't understand that they wouldn't have the cap space the max cap space when they executed the trade with the new orleans pelicans on july sixth it's because the way the cap the rules work well it only have about twenty three million dollars or so and cap space not the thirty two million in need to sign a max deal so what they have done is they've been frantically scrambling will ask a couple of weeks to try to find an additional trade partner to modify the straight of the new orleans pelicans and make it so that they could free up that thirty two million dollars and what they've done today was sent three players to the washington weather's washington since about one point one million dollars in cash to the new orleans pelicans and the los angeles lakers magically they have their thirty two million dollars cap space but also the los angeles lakers they have three total players on their roster lebron james anthony davidson kyle kuzma and that's it and thirty two million dollars in caps
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Fourteen the price thirty two million dollars. Matt piper CBS news. I'm Jeff ash case against the suspended Camden police officer charged in federal court with beating an unarmed suspect back in February of two thousand eighteen is playing it self out before a judge. And jury story from KYW's, David Madden Tino, supervisor testified, he didn't believe force was necessary to subdue at ripping Guelleh outside of a liquor store in the city's Fairview section being well, matched the description of a man with a gun in the area, only he wasn't seen on video, putting his hands up. When Roman Tino wrestled to the ground and punched him in the head twelve times. Feds also presenting evidence that Roman Tino falsified. The police report the Camden County prosecutor declined to file charges, but the US attorney got a grand jury to include a civil rights violation in their indictment. This case is expected to take a week or so, to complete Camden. David. Manton. KYW's. Radio. Philadelphia's city council committee advanced Bill that would hold hotels, responsible for underage prostitution in their rooms, KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb has that story Curtis Jones's frustrated. There's a hotel in his district, that's well known as a haven for prostitution police raided in twenty thirteen and found teenage girls being induced into the trade, and yet it stays open, according to the owner, they don't understand. There is any wrongdoing or activity there Jones was a yes vote when the law and government committee, considered a Bill sponsored by councilman Bill Greenlee that would force the owner to pay attention. When a reasonable person which suspect something going on. They can't just say, well, we didn't know would find anyone who knowingly or with deliberate indifference permits human trafficking on a property. They own release says it's not exclusive to hotels. But they're the main target since many are already known as bad actors three of the more notorious ones, including one in Jones's district have been civilly. By women who were exploited in them. This would add a layer of legal enforcement. They're the owner of the building. They should be ultimately responsible for knowing what's going on in their hat. Lobe KYW, NewsRadio. And now it's time for KYW's sports. Sponsored by septa latest septa app update gives you the power to track your trainer bus from the palm of your hand. Learn more at I said, affiliate dot com slash.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"And I, of course, talk every week on this show about planning for your retirement. That's what this show is all about. But also, you know that we love music Mark is even a musician himself. And let's talk about one of everybody's favorites. I don't know anybody who doesn't like Willie Nelson willy. Willie Willie and Waylon back the outlaw days exact Waylon and Willie the boys. William and he's such a good guy. And he's involved in. He's involved in a lot of pride. He's you know, he started farm. He started farming. Yeah. And he's you know, he's Justice. Sincerely, nice guy. I don't know him myself. But I've known people who have worked with him as far made concert presentation ever seen any Qatari play. Yeah. Yeah. It's all beat up guitar, right? It's all beat up. He's he's he's he's played at so long. There's a hole in it. Whereas fingers it's it's old and beat up like Willie his guitar and Willie cut a match. Yeah. They do. He's a singer a singer songwriter and activist a speaks out all kinds of issues. Well, everybody knows it Willie Nelson has had some tax problems and got in trouble with the IRS he owed two million dollars in taxes, then his lawyers and accountants recommended that he borrowed twelve million dollars to invest in some cattle because they said it would. Tax write off. But then the Internal Revenue Service ended up disallowing the right off and next thing Willie new thirty two million dollars in back taxes. So my question to you today. Mark is how can we avoid that kind of mistake? How do you know that you're getting good tax advice? But you know, you you would think that his lawyers and accountants, you know, seat they were CPA's, you know, that they would not expose him. Like this. You know, now he he was lucky he was able to record an album and pay them off. When they call the IRS tapes or something I album that was you remember that? Yeah, they paid off the IRS. They actually had the actually make a made fun of the title of it because of the purpose of that album was specifically the pay them off. And most people don't have the ability to do that. They don't. So you know, you know, I can just give you good advice. Like, you know, you need to use a CPA a certified public accountant. But you know, let's just let's just think this through any strategies that we may use. Let's think about worse case scenarios if we were all tomorrow. Could we explain what we did? Do we have documentation to come to show what we did? And that's the kind of thing that the, you know, the the, you know, some people think the IRS or all bad, they're all not all bad. I've got clients who are who are who do audit. So I mean, you know, so they're not all bad. Make sure that you have all your eyes dot and your teeth cross. You've got any any right offset your? Take that you put together the documentation because that's what they look for. They look to see if you've got the documentation to back up what you put on that tax return. You know, the thing about Iran ah, ten forty tax return is is is is starts out with trust. Their IRS is trusting that. Your figures are correct now they they maxed certain things up like your W twos and your ten ninety nine they have records of all that stuff. And if you've missed one of those they'll go they're going to pick up on something like that. But at the end, but the end of the day, they're trusting that. You're right offs that your, you know, your your receipts you have and all that is accurate. And then if you're audited, you just gotta have backup the show. But you know, what I also noticed that sometimes with do-it-yourselfer sports that you may be missing out on some write offs that. You're you're you're you're you're able to do, you know, you, you, you you could be writing awesome things you've got the documentation used didn't know that you could write it off. You may be missing. On on some tax credits. You could be taking advantage of you. One thing about taxes. They're complicated. Yeah. They don't it's almost like the IRS and congress made this complicated. So they can we we would not be able to take advantage of the right off that we're we're entitled to make it make it more complicated than that. It needs to be the bottom line is that's where does make sense to work with a tax professional one thing. We do you. There's there's basic things we help with our clients. We're giving, you know, the the type of advice to help them, you know, bring that income that adjusted gross income down all the time. And that's what you need. And then if we have more of a complicated situation to go to that expert who knows what's wrought. You can do what you can't do. And know that there is case history. There are cases that already are documented with the IRS that they have allowed a specific style of right off or a specific tax strategy. That's already been. Untested. There's good CPA's and attorneys that can help with that. But you've got to be willing to sit down and learn about that and feel comfortable with it. So folks, if you have a particular situation needs some help with or maybe you just want to make sure that your portfolio is tax efficient as it can be picked up the phone right now and give us a call..
Michael Jackson's daughter Paris breaks silence on trearment reports
"And drunk drunk and. Macaulay Culkin has opened up about his much speculated friendship with Michael Jackson. I wonder if he embarrassed everybody's there. Well, he said it was very normal. Yeah. He was ten years old Michael reached out to him. Michael just was this huge thing. That would defame quickly was. Yeah. Macaulay Caughlin and his dad, you know, his dad he doesn't mean bastards. A father. He was from a big Catholic family. Yeah. He said, he was just hilarious. And it was just a normal friendship brain. People thought he was unusual. It was unusual. But MacAulay Culkin hasn't spoken to his father in twenty three years, although his dad tried to twenty years ago, but all of his kids, he's a strange apparently is really bad. But anyway, MacAulay Culkin is going to be back on the big screen who Seth green again wasn't the end. SNL? He's going to do something with. Yeah. It's called change land. And it was filmed in Thailand and putting it out. So we're going to see him in that. Yes. That's green does one of the voices on family guy. Yeah. Yeah. He's been around a long time has. All right. Pit bull makes more money than Connie that made me so happy today just knowing that he's living up to his nickname of Mr. worldwide. He made thirty two million dollars. Sure he made more than a canyon. I'm just so happy about that in music. Yeah. But I am happy. Of course. What what would where would you be earning money, easy, Laura? Sneakers shoes. Yeah. He's a fantastic clothing line. Pippo wants you to still dance farm. Larry. I feel it and collar cap capper Nick said he did not talk to Travis Scott service Scotland. Yeah. Because you get that idea mothers Jenner, but when someone think to follow through on it. Talking about 'cause Colin cap 'cause Travis Scott was invited by maroon five to be at the halftime show. But he didn't wanna do it. And he was getting too much flat. Kaz too many other artists had turned it down which is a year late, by the way, they should've turned it down last year. And so he wants to see I think he wants to perform it's a big audience for him. And he said that he got the NFL to donate five hundred thousand dollars to this charity is true that is happening. But he said he called Colin Kaepernick up, and they had a discussion on said, no, not I just know Lucifer's homegirl, go ahead and say that they probably won't say anything won't get back to you. Don't worry about it. You can say it was a misunderstanding. They're all out to get. By the way, the New Orleans jazz and heritage festival dropped its lineup. It's epic. Yeah. We're looking into tickets right now Rolling Stones. It's going to be. Sponsored Katy Perry. I mean, there's Gladys Knight. Shocker Kanban Reyat, Alanis Morissette. It's really some big rig. Name's Dave Matthews. Gone to that all the time in its by the same people who did the new Newport jazz festival that people have raised about as well. It'd be fun fun. All right. Well, something to think about April twenty fifth to twenty eighth and may second to fifth that's your concert lineup. When we come back. We're going to Hollywood theatre lineup. Week two
This Week in Nerd
"One com books. Everybody was buying September. Let's go through the top ten for September twenty. Eighteen top the list. We have return of wolverine number one for marvel. Comics number two heroes in crisis. Number one from DC doomsday clock number seven comes in at number three from DC. Number four is Batman. Number fifty, five DC number five is Batman damned. Number one from DC. I'm kinda surprised that one wasn't higher is sold out everywhere. People are still clamoring to get it in. It's going for high prices on EBay number six, Batman, number fifty. Four number seven, Daniels legacy number one number eight. Fantastic. Four number two. Number nine, amazing Spiderman. Number six, followed up by amazing Spiderman number five at the ten spot. So you can see his pretty evenly distributed between marvel and DC in the top ten, we don't see our first image. Comic until number fifty, eight oblivion song by Kirkman. So it's not even Walking Dead. Are you still in comics, the marvel character air by loves the hate, no, not cyclops. The other one name more. Yeah, name more is back. He's he's always been kind of a prick. Now he's tired of everybody invading the oceans. He's decided he's going instead of invading the land like he has in the past with invasion and flooding Manhattan. He's decided he's just going to kick everybody who doesn't live in the ocean Audi ocean. He has formed a little group called defenders of the deep named Moore's defenders. Deep are made up of characters like tiger shark, orca and drama is some other characters. In this picture. The I'm not quite sure who they are not been named yet. Name more begins his agenda in avengers number nine, he shows he's not above murderers you since his sharks out to eat Stingray. They more is pretty formidable by himself. He can take on the avengers with no help whatsoever. But now the. He has some allies with the vendors of the deep. The oceans are going to be a scarier place. Let's talk about the venom movie from Sony. I. I, it was a good movie. It just was not a venom movie. This character characterization of venom was not what I know from the comics completely changed. His personality demeanor didn't stop people from going to the theaters and watching it Benedict the top spot for the second week in a row, the box office, it beat out of stars born, which is no easy task since it is getting a lot of Oscar buzz. Venom is earned. Almost thirty two million dollars for second weekend, putting in at around two hundred forty, four million worldwide. That is pretty good for a movie that the critic said, pants saying that it was going to fell miserably. This is why I don't listen to critics, but as I said, it's a great movie. Just not a venom movie. Sony is also working on a movie for craven the hunter. This one though will have appearance, my spider man since it's going to be based on Craven's last hunt. If you've read that story line, it's great storyline. Craven has taken down. Every major thing that he can hunt except for Spiderman a, he sets his sights on the web Slinger. They're putting out the third installment to what I consider the greatest superhero trilogy. A lot of people at flies under the radar, the unbreakable or east row one, seven, seven series. This is the unbreakable series by m night Shyamalan starring Bruce Willis as David Dunn, where he finds out that he actually has superpowers, he finds this out because Mr. glass allies. Your price is on the opposite side of spectrum. He's very frail and you know, the wind will break his bones. The second series is split with James McEvoy mcevoy's character, Kevin Crump has multiple personalities, and one of those is the beast which is a super powered crazy primal being in glass. The third of that trilogy all three allies. Your price Kevin Cronin. David done are all on the same mental. Institution. Allies, your price being the mastermind Mr. glass. He convinces Kevin Crump to bring the beast forward and they use him to escape David done. Being the good guy breaks out in his trying to hunt him down.
California's firefighting agency says it's running out of money
"NewsRadio. California's firefighting agency say they need more money. It's not the worst case scenario nine out of. We are still responding fighting. Fires is the soonest point in the year that the department has ever asked the legislature for additional funding. It's already burned through four hundred thirty two million dollars fighting wildfires over the summer, and we're now just entering the traditional fire. Sees it. Cal fire deputy director, Mike Muller tells can't exceeding their budget is now common actually happened seven out of ten years. So not completely uncommon. But again, what we're seeing as the years progressed this year loan the largest fire in California history has happened already. And we haven't even come into what we consider the peak fire season. Cal fire says it has only eleven million dollars left on hand is asking for another two hundred thirty four
California's firefighting agency says it's running out of money
"California's firefighting agency say they need more money. It's not the worst case scenario nine out of money. We are still responding fighting fires. This is the soonest point in the year that the department has ever asked the legislature for additional funding. It's alright. Burn through four hundred thirty two million dollars fighting wildfires over the summer, and we're now just entering the traditional fire. Sees it. Cal fire deputy director, Mike Muller tells can't acts exceeding their budget is now common actually happened seven out of the last ten years so not completely uncommon. But again, what we're seeing as the years progressed this year loan the largest fire in California history has happened already. And we haven't even come into what we consider the peak season. Cal fire says it has only eleven million dollars left on hand at is asking for another two hundred thirty four
Term Sheet -- Wednesday, June 20
"The kcbs super micro intel money desk susan home sales slipped in may for the second straight month the national association of realtors says sales of previously owned homes dipped four tenths of a percent from the prior month and we're down three percent from year earlier borrowing from led zeppelin the song remains the same for the housing market with week supplies and rising prices cramping sales praises in may were up nearly five percent from earlier to nearly two hundred sixty five thousand dollars the association says that first time buyers made up thirty one percent of may sales down from april and well below the long term average of forty percent another bad day for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies after yet another hack of a digital coin exchange south korea based bit tham was hacked for about thirty two million dollars worth of ripple one of the bigger cryptos this comes on top of last week's hack of fellow south korean exchange coin rail totaling forty million dollars worth of smaller cryptos safety and potential regulations have dampened enthusiasm for cryptos.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Underpaid about one hundred thirty one almost one hundred thirty two million dollars to about nine thousand two hundred twenty four beneficiaries who were age seventy and older in addition the report estimates social security underpay an additional nineteen hundred beneficiaries who were underage seventy by about nine point eight million dollars beginning of the year they attained seventy so now here's the by the time they get to seventy it's not that they did social security didn't violate any rules by doing this they just apply the different one that was then was the most efficient for you they did not break a rule and you can't go back and say you know i'm gonna be they they broke a rule so i'm entitled to know here's the thing it's just that the people who were applying for these benefits did not know that another options didn't know their options which is why is making the point that it pays almost literally in some cases to watch and listen to this program because we'll tell you this stuff what don't we figure there at bay at its most basic there are three branches arms aspects to benefits with social security disability benefit they retire it benefit and it survivor benefit widow's benefit but within each one of those are you the surviving spouse age sixty or older are you a child under the age of eighteen up to nineteen th year in high school are you the parents of the child of east under the age of sixteen all of these things go into play and they come from all three of those different disciplines involved disability survivor retirement so just watch the show listen to the show you can find us on.
Trump addresses record-setting GOP fundraiser
"So far has not confirmed the details president trump telling an annual gop fundraising dinner on tuesday night the upcoming midterm elections are crucial republicans responding with their checkbooks the national republican congressional committees annual march fundraising dinner in washington tuesday bringing in an all time record of thirty two million dollars the featured speaker president trump who predicts the gop will keep the house majority after november's midterm election is this election we are fighting to win win and we are going to win but he warned that if democrats win they could block efforts to secure america's borders and try to raise taxes the latest writers poll for the two thousand eighteen generic congressional ballot has democrats ahead of republicans by a percent in washington joel nato fox news.
Trump addresses record-setting GOP fundraiser
"Injury earlier tuesday package exploded at a fedex facility about sixty miles south of austin spring nails and shrapnel but no one was injured it was the fifth blast in three weeks president trump telling an annual gop fundraiser tuesday night the upcoming midterm elections are crucial republicans responding with their checkbooks fox's you'll nato live in washington the national republican congressional committees annual march fundraising dinner in washington tuesday bringing in an all time record of thirty two million dollars the feed featured speaker president trump who predicts the gop will keep the house majority after november's midterm elections this election we are fighting to win and we are going to win but he warned that if democrats win they could block efforts to secure america's borders and try to raise taxes the latest reuters poll for the two thousand eighteen generic congressional ballot has democrats ahead of republicans by eight percent jack jill illinois republicans have nominated governor bruce runner to run for a second term he'll face billionaire businessman jv pritzker wins the democratic primary for governor republicans have also nominated eric herald to run for attorney general she was crowned miss america fifteen years ago the supreme court has blocked the execution of missouri death row inmate only hours before it was scheduled tuesday five justices ruling that a rare medical condition could've caused russell buckley unnecessary pain and suffering making his execution constitutional fox news fair and balanced.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Staff everyone in our schools are safer so um i'm reading from your your press release and i think it's genius i don't know why the attorney soon come out and say it himself he could have been a winwin forum but i've tried this whole uh the last few days the end of last week and a into this week i have asked his press person uh to get him on and he is just too busy and i don't know what his busy doing the attorney general but if he it has those google settlement funds which is thirty two million dollars you save the left about thirty two million dollars is left in the the intent of that money is quote to help rhode island's law enforcement community keep us safe why the heck would we not put it into the schools where exactly exactly at the hurt but or it they've been you know ending at on upgrading uh it co you know vehicle are propping up pension plan but there is about i think at thirty one point nine million dollars so almost thirty two million dollars that is readily available through tough uh you know i think we have to prioritise what's the most important thing to keep kid safe um and then and then move on from there and kill we we do all the best thing to keep kids and and apple key say a represent a petition morgan so you put out the statement now i don't know what your relationship is with the attorney general why were they not pick this up and run with this i don't know and every element i don't know is that your with ability to well over there any any parent or teacher uh or donen who are concerned about going to go mom you know faith in serves the go with the with the assurance didn't airmont if they are gonna go home at the end of the day they are bright there's nothing going to happen there's no intruder gonna come into their schools as and hurt them so the fact that we have this money i think it is it's very fortuitous let's let's face it is great that we have that amount of money and it's not an insignificant amount that we can use to make sure that we put the latest whether it's i don't know what is.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Trusted with credible but the tara granahan show on wpro our attorney general has about thirty two million dollars than those goebbels government fine what a perfect youth for that money back money is intended the house law enforcement people aren't community state ski plus all fate i think we should be using math money end of thirty two million and it's available right now we don't have to wait until is appropriated we do have you know we do have to our obviously have plans in place make sure that the money is spent wisely and well but this is the perfect opportunity to put that money to used to make sure that our students our teachers are school staff everyone in our schools are safer laura lee end they brilliant wpro award goes to we don't hand him out very often i don't think we've ever handed out we had that a lot of things finally i'm going to give a brilliant award if in fact the gogel settlement money is to be used in i am i believe it is four security for safety for balking up the community cetera you know i i give her a lot of credit i give her the award of the day representative patricia morgan why are we not using that money perfect opportunity google settlement funds to secure the schools or are we going to have five more rallies six more protest twenty seven thousand more speeches and a free t shirt and a lot of self he's and photo ops or we actually going to do something if the students are afraid if the teachers are afraid and senator josh miller who was on earlier said we're going to do anything we can until they feel good and they say an up you know we're all set now um can you go talk to the attorney general guys gals he's got thirty two million over there i believe that's what it could be used for what are they sitting on.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Now investigation is underway after an antique store in alexandria erupts into flames on freshness they're not going around 9 o'clock at the melbourne answering center there's no word yet on what caused the fire and no injuries reported and retain their world is warming the loss of an actress heather menzies girich menzies your urge his best known for playing louiseyvonne trapped in the sound of music she died of brain cancer on christmas eve at her home in canada she was sixty eight years old and the forces still strong with the last djeddai the eighth film in the star wars saga took the top spot raking an estimated thirty two million dollars on monday at this second highest christmas day at the box office it also now ranks of the twenty eight pious grossing film of all time remember you can get news anytime just download the agency seven lose get news 24 hours a day from the abc seven newsroom i'm sam sweeney ninety seven point one weinstock now the moon joan down good on phnom this tune god this then oh no no funeral len goodman madam though the monarchy is goes on the internal they amana
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Analyst or contributor i guess two after she made allegations of inappropriate behaviour on his party's tom think of the money you have to have in the bank to to shuttle with somebody for thirty two million dollars that's all a lot of money and of course that so all the so these other stores are coming out and now mark helprin his out at nbc after report a report at cnn so it's almost need a scorecard right now to keep up with a lot of the accusations the harvey weinstein case of course there are now i think over forty women forty women who have made allegations of sexual you know improprieties on the part of harvey weinstein so um kind of a a bizarre story the continues to unfold not only in hollywood all over the country sixteen and a half past the hour our number's eight hundred six five five mike i can't help but think what ronald reagan the president it would be saying if he could hear the remarks of his own son ronald reagan calling president trump some blob that was regurgitated by the electoral college on the carpet as if they're aren't millions and millions of people who voted for donald trump and support him this is that tone deaf epidemic that the people that many people on the far especially the farleft have they don't have a clue about how real americans feel or think or even.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"And now bill o'reilly is all angry that that this comes out and that we get to know about this and what gets me is that a his anger here's the thing whenever i see this type of thing when you see abusers especially when they get angry i believe that the anger is an attempt to turn off our minds on common sense like we're not supposed to have common sense now because he's angry we're not supposed to believe that you just give thirty two million dollars to somebody in you haven't done anything that's insane you guys what the fuck is he angry about either he's got a lot on her and i think there's a an account in there that there may have been some gay porn that he center or something like that that's what's being reported because right now there is confusion even with the journalists over whether he had an affair with this with the person involved in whether it was consensual or now they're saying it may have been nonconsensual but then supposedly she signed something so some of that stuff seems a little fuzzy thirty two million dollars is not fuzzy at all but this report about the gay porn of throws a whole different thing in there like to me it seems like like that's the that's what the thirty two million dollars is paying for is to not have that information out like apparently the no spin zone was allowing the juggling of balls in there like that was okay has no spinning their goes that go the nose zone but the juggling of balls of rarely reserve it in there and then all of that information to get a or.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Private practice for six years didn't do that kind of work but in my experience as a lawyer tells you tells me the athlete to have done a held a lot about stuff to sell for thirty two million dollars or is it a reflection of that he has very very deep pockets more than the severity of the act out i don't know anybody who in real life pays that much in a settle meant uh unless they think they're going to lose a lot more if you go to trial and have a lot more lose reputation lee and otherwise and again you know i i don't know what happened there but the three two million dollar amount is stunning large and signify something which the role of the court system and prosecutors around the country at any level an wiping out sexual harassment which you know all the mi2 stories it's not just about harvey weinstein or bill o'reilly the veil as being lifted uh on some of these situations i think it's up to everyone like any problem in society that goes on reporting them is a period of time when you know the domestic violence was under port it may still be under reported it takes men and women law enforcement politicians public figures um sometimes the medical profession depending on the issue to speak forcefully about it to to remove um you know stigma relating to it this happens the opioid crisis too and i think that the more people come forward the more people talk about it the more prosecutors take a stand up the more likely it is that we can actually have healthy good workplaces in the future prepere a former us attorney for the southern district of new york now host of the pods cast stay tuned with prepere off on cafe and wnyc studios thanks so much for coming on keep sounding good on the radio ecu brian appreciated brian lara's wnyc much more to come stay with us this is brooke gladstone you rely on wnyc for the fi there are important but to be really useful they need to be doublechecked analyzed understood it contact of course the conclusions we come king based on those facts can eat fiercely debated but as he yorkers that's what we give you listen argue and the hague could stand for what we believe him and we value the fat if you're one of the.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Well no commentator house bill o'reilly is condemning a new report of sexual harassment settlement he's telling the new york times that he has physical proof that there wasn't a thirty two million dollars settlement this is this is holy moley and we whoo shocking global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg doug all right at thirty nine past the hour will move into global sport stand schwartzman is with us we've got another another manager in the premier league sacked saturday so dog it's amazing this if we thought there is a lack of job security an american sports but my goodness poorly takes it to another level everton dismissing manager ronald koeman after sixteen months at the helm after the club fell into the relegation zone a five two lost slow on sunday the toffees have managed just eight points at nine matches in sit in the bottom three the league table this makes for the third manager to get sacked already were about nine games in our night matches into the season manchester united alleged ryan giggs expressing interest in both of ache at leicester city everton managerial positions that's according to skysports gigs is only been boss for a short interim period that man you after the sacking of david moyes in two thousand in fourteen christiana rinaldo being named the best fief of men's player for the second year in a row route madrid bandages in it ends a dan winning the best fee for coats gianluigi buffon was named the best fief a goalkeeper meanwhile both messy rinaldo being named that fief pro world eleven for recordtying eleventh year in a row they get seized match about muddy like football the three and to washington a visiting the five in one philadelphia eagles off in about an hour new york mets naming cleveland indians pitching coach micky callaway as their new manager calloway who has never been a manager before replaces terry collins who resigned.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KGO 810
"Reporter nashville control shoes and author and a crime bitter i had on the air i bet thirty times in the last ten years and she's smart and she's good sense of humor here that i can imagine what happened to her to get thirty two million dollars right we wooded he had at least i eat or just throw that money don't give that money to somebody and say i didn't do anything are we that really colville you go away you you that for your friends if they if ally obviously obviously but your edges too and then there's actually are there's somebody's trying to pass legislation in the state that says you can't have confidentiality on a on a settlement i disagree with that i mean why disagree with that too that's why you're settling as so that it can go away and nobody will ever settle no force six victims sex crime victims in did you into court in order to get compensation in a muslim they don't wanna be it wanna do that gyari yeah okay just rub in my knee man near empain there for second you are apparently but anyway so yeah so that's that's where that stands in its going to be one of the economy uh ultimately it's going to be one of these deals that um i think that if he i think he's just trying to land somewhere he scott enough money apparently in i think that they had some insurance that thirty two million dollars came from some insurance probably for any is like doing is online thing antibodies realizing that yeah no he saw the name right now but every month and then years that pass where he's actually on tell us then he he's just gonna be a washout brian williams like he did all but prime limbs and bradley back he's on eleven at night on msnbc i mean your lengthy nbc i think actually not even a ride here it's like that they took a letter away from him.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio
"The team of our tracker congratulations i know you've been working on a for a long time and i am really genuinely impressed with this latest version tracker pixel is amazing the tracker dakamseh i stressed the tracker dot such the tracker dot com slash twist okay let's get back to this amazing episode everybody welcome acted this week in startups i'm your host jason cal canas and my guest today is kathleen bright men and she is the ceo and cofounder of tazoe so you can see tells said t easy s scom and they have run the largest ico in history for two hundred thirty two million dollars raised in july for two weeks or was no cap on it and it say i guess a contemporary of bitcoin and a theory of and it uses smart contracts to allow for the updating of the software in a more intelligent manner which makes it more dynamic as a platform pledges rabbit correctly on we don't use more contracts should do the upgrades the areed part is actually needed to the bloc team but that's generally very close okay so the updating of the software as the key innovation here and some number of people thought this is a brilliant idea i want to buy check while them coins are tokens were i call them tokens tokens yeah which we equivalent of the bitcoin or a theory i'm calls them ether yet so they bought the tokens two hundred thirty two million dollars was raised and when we left our hero at you kathleen uh before the break i was wondering where did the two hundred thirty two million dollars go because i'm an investor when we give two million or two hundred thousand or two hundred thirty two men dollars for company goes into the company the company than deploys it to uh increase the products value in the world and hopefully raise the stock price so people bought these coins at how many coins were issued we're how many of the tokens rishard rather for two hundred thirty two million um i forget what the final rally calls the also gave a token zdislava contractors and things got so bad at one two one is it worth a dollar each one or they were one hundred dollars each send each so um basically the.
"thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Support of about thirty thirty two million dollars this goes on until the kids eighteen so that's or thirty two thousand dollars a month for eighteen years after paying off the model about three million oh let's not forget it cost him his marriage because his wife barbara walks out on him and so she's settles for about fifteen million dollars and the family home when they split so he described that encounter with the model you're mokhova and the financial damage as the most expensive five seconds of my life and if it was five seconds he's got bigger issues in the thirty million dollars eddie claims that it cost him which it did he's now married to his second wife lilley they have a son and acclaimed that's been made against him and all we know it so for quote a substantial denied was brought against him by private bankers said he had borrowed money from we don't know the amount and what we surely certainly know that he hasn't painted otherwise they don't bring lawsuit a suit or reclaim and so he had to edge declared bankruptcy i he previously received a suspended sentence in germany for tax offenses saying i'm going to pay up well never did and the judge said he gave the impression of a man with his head in the sand and she did when he declaring bankrupt are that was the german bankruptcy judge and he wrote on twitter i'm surprised and disappointed that uh the finance company or the.