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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Lot you're listening to Bloomberg businessweek well coming up later on this hour really check in with the president of written manpower group get her sense of where we go from here especially on the eve of the eve of the fed meeting yeah exactly I find it interesting strong jobs report on Friday here in Morgan Stanley cutting back to percent of its work for so I feel like you know job gains a job goes back you know we see job cuts we see this kind of getting you hang out there well and speaking of workers and workers at a bank as city it's got a new headquarters and you mention felt on the top shelf of the peloton to breakfast pizza it's the most read story in the book it is the most red China the blood work so we'll get to that in just a moment and sadly of course the passing of former fed chief Paul Volcker we'll talk with our Christine Harper who co wrote his memoir will get a sense really of the man behind the fed so looking for terms you're gonna want to listen to that conversation and if you haven't already you're gonna want to read her story it is trending and I predict it will be one of the most read stories today a really intimate look you really get to know someone when you're writing about fifteen did and it's a really touching tribute to Paul Volcker a large man physically but even bigger in the context of central bank policy politics Wall Street especially all right well let's set this week a gender now Joe weisenthal here as is Dave Wilson Joe of course is the market that for Bloomberg in the co host of what you miss that's coming up at four PM Wall Street time tables is our stock senator the author of the church in the stock of the day he'll be with us throughout the show Dave I want to start with you you were making coming as he sat down as I said the market seems to be like taking out like little leg lower what's underneath the trade here what it was the one thing people need to understand well that deal making isn't enough to push up stocks how bout that okay considering what we're seeing in the drug industry you have these three cancer drug developers that had just taken off after making deals with major drugmaker is since your ex is one of my mom a hundred and seventy percent after agreeing to a two and a half billion dollar takeover by Frances Sanofi and then you have are killed the most active stock in US trading and that it's up a hundred and four percent they're going to be bought out by Merck it's a two point seven billion dollar deal there and one more for you X. biotech up seventy two percent they agreed to sell a bow cancer treatment the Johnson Johnson again as much as one point three five billion dollars out of that deal seven fifty million up front so you know you have that going on yet the same time the market without much direction too many things to wait four or so it would seem with the fed policy meeting coming up with potentially higher tariffs of resolution on these issues right and maybe by the end of the week we'll have obviously some clarity because there will be some decisions right I mean there's so much focus on where we go in terms of trade do we get a deal do we not get a deal right and there has been sort of an underlying kind of speculation that something would happen to head off the next round of terrorists I mean because they were you put off with that anticipation then now maybe not so much yeah not so much still wasn't all come on in on the conversation markets that are blue yeah find him I'm liberty at four PM so what is the one thing you think investors need to know there's a lot of news on a lot of different fronts today yeah there is and it's only going to get bigger of course throughout the rest of the week trade is going to be huge of like five days away from that December fifteenth deadline our six days away to central bank decisions the U. K. election this is a massive leak into our starting the week a little bit in the red but it's quiet yeah yeah two two two tenths of a percent down of the S. and P. not that big could get some U. S. M. C. a news this week that would be pretty big but nothing is official there this is just like we're just getting started with this week so get ready everybody yeah I remember how how how strong it last week yeah so this is pretty much yeah and we were kind of all over the place you know concerns earlier in the week and and then not so much with the thing you're looking at I don't know what's the one thing I'm watching I don't know what you got you know I mean I'm sort of looking it Wall Street culture writ large in many ways see you take the Morgan Stanley job cuts you feather in this new city headquarters you think about how Wall Street works and then ill and that all that Paul Walker you know I mean we talk about this just a minute ago but I I I think we're going to be coming back to this again and again it's a moment in time in some ways and his book is a must read I think to understand the fed at a time when we're all trying you figure out the role that the fed plays I think in not just monetary policy but on Wall Street kind of timely considering a we're going to be at the bluebird fifty event this evening will do are a live red carpet on here but one of the honorees is that the individual who seventy Kelson Stephanie Helton who pushed MMT and the modern monetary theory and so what's interesting is you know this whole idea that governments in their own currencies can kind of keep pumping out money as long as inflation doesn't rear its ugly head in that was always something you you know you wanted your government to be in a physically restrain fiscally responsible and so I just think what a different era of late in terms Volker and inflation raining it in when it was off the charts to where we are today totally and one of the things that is extraordinary about Volker is the incredible influence he had over policy makers subsequent from him because he came into an extraordinarily difficult situation any may truly unpopular choices and now of course in two thousand nineteen people would look and central banks and say you guys raise rates at the first mention of inflation and to continually raise rates too early but it is a testament to how much use respected and how much to put his stamp on a generation rancher banker and there's something about being a leader of doing something very difficult a difficult times like he really was a man set apart from so many all right Joe weisenthal thank you so much market senator for Bloomberg check him out on which miss coming up at four PM mostly town be TV and they will soon we'll see you in just a little while for your chart and then your stock at the day let's see the Bloomberg markets by the dates whenever the tell the slot today's number Carol is thirty four seven there and thirty four is set to become the world's youngest sitting prime minister when she is sworn in this week in Finland after being elected to the position by a party late Sunday Jason Kelly about ten Bucks that she's going to be on the Bloomberg quiz this week I've actually well formally the country's transportation minister Merrin was voted in by fellow lawmakers inter Social Democratic Party after a turbulent week in which prime minister anti Renate resigned Evers handling a postal worker strike the country's coalition government consists of five parties for bridge our lead by women love that which marinero is at the helm yes I said her name correctly we'll check that out we'll check it out but anyway I bet it'll be on the quiz yeah exactly.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bank meetings to the looming American not China trade deadline you got to keep it locked in the Bloomberg radio all we complete coverage on all of these issues S. and P. five hundred index holding close to a record up points right now at thirty one forty seven that is a gain of less than one tenth of one percent nasdaq up eighteen higher by two tenths of one percent Dow Jones industrial average down twenty five a drop right now of just about percent ten you up for thirty seconds the yield one point eighty two percent Paul Volcker former fed chairman who broke the back of inflation during the eighties has died at age ninety two three decades later he led president Obama's bid to rein in the investment risk taking of commercial banks known as the Volcker rule moments ago we spoke about that rule with John at writing of already Q. economics the end of it on the page regulation so I think it was implemented in the way the necessarily wanted it to be implemented in the US we don't follow the spirit of the low we follow the letter of the law and the letter of the law tends to be very very long P. Jeannie shares are surging this morning on the strength of a Friday announcement it had secured a thirteen point five billion dollar settlement with victims of wild fires ignited by its power lines P. Jeannie up now by fourteen point eight percent gold up two tenths of one percent fourteen sixty two the also pull back from West Texas intermediate crude today down three tenths of one percent fifty nine again recapping here stocks mixed the Dow down twenty nine one tenth of one percent as of a point little change there nasdaq up nineteen up two tenths of one percent I'm Charlie culture vents Bloomberg business flat thank you so much labor markets is brought to buy venture link and N. J. I. T. a business accelerator offering the resources and support that tech companies need to thrive more NJ I. T. dot EDU slash entrepreneurship and joining us here table some labor socks that are in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studios like right now not a very exciting day in the markets make it more thrilling for us what should we be looking at right now does look what's going on the drug industry Lisa that's where all the excitement is you've got these big drug makers that are what you're basically saying turn to drugs for the interest here cancer drugs okay that's where it is because you've got these deals at major drug makers are making in the smaller companies focused on developing cancer treatments really front and center as far as that goes is our kewl who shares have more than doubled thanks to a two point seven billion dollar takeover offer for mark that's one piece of puzzle then you've got another company called sin thorax the Frances Sanofi's buying for two and a half billion dollars that stock is up on a hundred and sixty nine percent and I got one more three pharmaceuticals Kerry on third X. biotech is the third now they're not selling the entire company they're selling this balle cancer treatment to Johnson Johnson specifically the Janssen unit and that's potentially as much as one point three five billion dollars which was three times X. by a text market value then last week those shares are up about eighty three percent why is today biotech merger Monday just sort of worked out that way it seems to me because all these companies in one way or another are looking to build up their cancer businesses will focus on Sanofi in that regard because they have a relatively new CEO Paul Hudson he took over the company in September that's an area that they're choosing to focus on Merck is already big in cancer drugs with key Truda which is actually the biggest selling product it's so you can understand why they want to develop their indie Jane J. certainly targeting that type of treatment as well so you put it all together and you know as much as anything else I guess it's just get the deals done before the end of the year as much as anything you know what I find amazing on these deals today we seen it before these biotech hills is the huge premiums that the buyers are paying you report like two and a half to three times where the stock for trading it's almost like how do you generate a return on that kind of premium valuation I guess they sit back and he said why by the drug or do I spend the millions of dollars and years and years to develop it I guess there's that and if you think about how the stocks are valued it's all based on you know kind of speculative you know what does this company do on its own if these drugs get approved you know what you have the bigger companies they can throw their marketing budgets behind it they can sell to the same people that are are there current customers so you know they have an opportunity that these small or development stage kind of companies wouldn't have on their own meanwhile you've got a pretty active week ahead of us aside from the the consolidation the cancer industry his drug industry you were looking at a fed meeting on Wednesday ECB meeting also this week plus you've got the UK elections and it we get keep trade data at the end of the week I'm trying to figure out whether the fed at this point has become I want to stay relevant but basically there's going to be nothing to say other than their on hold there watching the data and that's it that sounds like it's pretty much it so we can move on all right well yeah you know this coming Sunday is when you know terraces rose ago October fifteenth the line in the sand yeah absolutely and we'll see if that line really is going to hold up or perhaps the people know to block it out it's San says so we have a rare good day today for Pacific gas and electric is stocked up about sixteen seventeen percent I guess the settlement that that they had announced last week is being well received yeah absolutely I mean you're talking about five different fires that you know they they reached settlements with the people affected by them notably the camp fire from last year when actually other fires going back to twenty fifteen so you know it's all about dealing with this legal liability and then being able to continue as a business I mean there's been a lot of back and forth I mean you had this report the other day about how some governments are looking to turn P. Jeannie and assets into a public cooperative so you know now that you get near the settlements perhaps this company is in a better position to continue as it is as opposed to ending up in in some other form of corporate organization you might say all right I mean I I save the best for last okay repo markets I will say that this is actually a a point of of great interest this morning to me because not only do you have to be a aspect international settlements putting out a report that was fascinating looking at what caused the repo crunch I am putting out some really interesting statistics but we had the fed's third repo action for a year and a crunch and it was also over subscribed to see this sort of ongoing hoarding of cash by banking firms by anyone in for any excuse me in finance and you have to wonder what's behind us and the V. I. as pointed to the fact that big banks are holding a much greater proportion of their liquid reserves in treasuries so they don't have the capacity to go out and buy treasuries or at least borrow them and give cash to firms as basically the repo function on overnight bases they don't have that kind of capacity the way they used to and so this could lead to crunch is regardless of the fed's temporary plant I find this really interesting heading into your and the potential for volatility disp right this is reporting of cash that we see nothing like the financial market plumbing getting clogged up is it well I mean this is important right I yeah Klay no doubt wondering whether people should close other positions now or wait a little bit longer and see perhaps if this cash hoarding will stave off any potential volatility I'm sorry to get on my I had to we still have the Hey we're glad you got it out of your system thank you I appreciate we still don't have a permanent solution to this I've been waiting for the fed for that I know so maybe they'll talk about that on Wednesday but we will talk about that more coming up on this show and next hour and I know it sounds like it's not an issue but it's really interesting right out of the.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

09:36 min | 2 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"We were which is a company that was scheduled to go public because they need cash badly badly needs cash the IPO was canceled and now they're in a situation where they need more cash and they have no access to hi everybody its Perry and Mike with you here on a Tuesday morning and you know. when I look at this story I was always skeptical about the we work I PO in the valuations I mean this company Michael was valued supposedly at forty six billion dollars in two companies it valued it at that level were Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan and I say shame on them because I mean where did they get this valuation I look at another company called I WG. which is a real business they make profit out of debt and their market cap is about three and a half four billion and they're bigger than we work. I mean maybe shame on them but I mean. if they wanted to go by the company forty seven billion if softbank decide to purchase their shares of forty seven did I mean yeah shame on them but they didn't do a disservice to the rest of us say I think yeah but it just shows that were just so yeah but it would it demonstrates is that you know big investors big educated influential investors can get fleeced just as badly as a little guy yes this is an example yeah the people that are losing their shirt on the site I mean back it's soft back well not all that but there's there's other companies that are in this thing as well yep and you know they were you know touting this thing as the greatest thing since sliced bread and most of us that are in the financial business for looking and saying well let's see they bought a building for a hundred million they've borrowed a hundred and fifty million on it how is that a good this is. in then you looked at the amount of money they were losing I mean they're just burning through cash they're burning through cash at a seven hundred level seven hundred million dollars a quarter that's a that's a good adjective there and they would be estimated to run out of money some time after the first quarter of twenty twenty they're dead so they have a bunch of junk bonds that are out there their debt is now was at least last week trading at close to twelve percent interest so that that what that tells me is that if you want all of your honor's chant yeah bond investors are basically saying this is a joke yeah this casual this this company could be going out of business they're taken some dramatic says they're the CEOs out the the new co CEOs are you know. firing people left right and center thing assets they were. behaving like drunken sailors I mean they they bought a sixty million dollar jet you're not even a public company to not be a profitable why the heck would you need a sixty million dollar jet near I look at the board and I say why would you approve a sixty million dollar private jet for your CEO I mean it's ridiculous well Hey I think we have a lot of these companies where the CEO slash founder has some issues and it is they control the majority voting shares and they have a heck of a lot of power here and that's that's now changing no with that we work companies but I think that that is a bit escape go quite frankly yes I I do agree that that is an indication of mismanagement and you know if they're bad spending but I think the problems with the CEO here were not the true problems with the company I mean it's true problems of the company is that it is vastly unprofitable and it doesn't have a path to become profitable not that their CEO they were like rolling around Reid and yeah and not let the CO like to smoke weed and buy private jets I mean that was a distraction and an issue but I don't think the CEO is what causes company to well he did because the company would be very unprofitable but just tell your I. P. L. I mean how long does it take to do it again I mean how many employees can you fire yeah the the other thing to keep in mind with a company like this is those leases because their short term leases eight like you can literally rent from we work on a week to week basis or on a month to month basis or on a day to day basis and. when the economy slows down guess what that goes you say Hey we're we're out there I don't I don't need a premium office space to attract new talent at that point in time because unemployment's running a percent sept I agree with you there some faults in the business model I think I think what you had with the you know the ousting of Adam Newman was softbank in the other investors trying to find a scapegoat here and trying to convince investors that Hey we got rid of the CEO and he was the problem you know the rest the company's fine I don't think people bought it no I don't I I sure didn't would like to see it was part of the issue but it wasn't the underlying problem big tech IPOs in general have had a rocky year too yeah yeah you look at they the ones that have gone. I think there's like four that have done decent and the rest of just hit the skids to me look at lift and I and over they just keep going down yeah if they do I mean I feel like some of the really big popular ones having done so well when you look at the numbers more than two thirds of the tech companies that have gone public this year are still above their IPO price now third yet now keep in mind above their IPO price not their first day of trading price so you can have a significant difference between that initial public offering price and where that first trade goes off once it enters the public market and I'm sure the returns don't look quite as good in that case I read a story about. IPOs in tech I. P. as in general and they did a study over the last ten fifteen years I believe it was Goldman Sachs they're just trying to figure out is there any common thread that links the successful IPO companies the companies that go public what leads to success down the road what does intend that the main driver they found was that the company doesn't really need to be profitable when they go public at that exact point in time but if they can't reach it within three years and there's no indicate you know if they don't reach Prof Billy within three years then they generally are too terribly successful stock after that. no one retailer. that I looked at quite skeptically was pets Mart now I never bought at least I haven't bought shares it recently we only years ago but then they went private pet smart then went out and bought choosy for what was generally expected to be a generally rave regarded as a very excessive price three point something billion right now and we point three five billion dollars back in seventeen yeah it but it turns out that maybe they're doing okay good deal well you know what they've done is like if you're a pet owner I remember right I used to dread going to petco or petsmart and picking up the forty pound bags of dog food right it's just a pain in the **** yeah so what consumers want is they want that stuff delivered yeah they they they want that stuff delivered but what pet smart and chew have done is they've combined that delivery like that Amazon type delivery service along with advice and along with the store presence that allows a consumer in a pet owner of dogs or cats but you can you know by your food where in the basic supplies through Chile but when you need to go away for a week and you need to put your dog somewhere if you need to get your dog hair cut and groomed that is because the pets I think that's what most analysts overlooked is that they just like the jury acquisition and said what would prevent Amazon from doing what you're doing because they just looked at your inside you just delivered dog food and cat food to the head Amazon's not gonna do that they they're not gonna Grumman precisely they're not gonna pay higher experts on animal health and not gonna hire vets to work in their office right choose doing those things they tell us they do yeah he'd be jet and not just with pets but it related to many aspects of life whether it you know it's medical treatment here you wanna look up your all the the the advice on WebMD right you you want you want advice and that's what truly and pet smart of done yeah so you know that investment everyone thought was a pretty bad deal they purchase of three point three five. billion dollars today worth about eleven billion not I'm not bench at pet smart still owns about seventy percent of that company and they have seventy eight percent of the voting rights so they control they did it yeah it's a publicly traded stock it's separate entity from pets Mart button pet smart on bribery of it they were taken private I'm gonna say ten years ago. do you think this follows with an IPO of pets Mart some point down the road well generally that's what happens because the investors and pet smart wanna get the cash out or they could just sell the remaining shares of Chile I guess yeah with the kind of the two companies are and point the success of Chile is really dependent upon that relationship with pets Mart and the success of pets Mart is very much dependent on chewing habit pretty hesitant to IPO a brick and mortar retailer right now even one that specializes in the pet industry which we know is a growing industry and highly profitable people spend a lot of money yeah yeah so I I don't know I I think remaining prime for the time being seems to make sense for pet smart but I agree at some point investors in the water out yeah I'm up next we're gonna talk about giving your children an allowance and how it to turn that into a learning experience this is all about you talk this segment is you know for you and and financial education for the little guy and trivia..

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Alibaba billionaire buying Brooklyn Nets for record U.S. pro sports price

New Yorker Radio Hour

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Alibaba billionaire buying Brooklyn Nets for record U.S. pro sports price

"The Brooklyn nets have a new owner Joseph side he is the co founder of the Chinese economists giant Alibaba he announced he's buying the nets for a record two point three five billion dollars as the highest price ever paid for a professional sports team Newsday reporter Jim bomb back says sports teams are increasingly lucrative investment professional sports teams are on a trajectory well off any other industry is like if you would do that hi charges going up and up and up and up and up sign already owns forty nine percent of the nets and will buy the remaining fifty one

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Afternoon Bloomberg's Jeff Ballenger has a preview the pace of right growth in the U. S. may have slowed modestly after the company increased its prices Bloomberg intelligence as contributions from the uber eats division will be key to sustaining bookings growth and while writer expansion is likely to taper it could be offset by a pickup in the number of shared rides booked by existing customers the consensus is that uber will post an adjusted loss of seventy nine cents a share on revenue of just over three billion dollars Jeff Ballenger Bloomberg daybreak ensures a booking rose five percent in extended trading the company formerly known as Priceline reported second quarter revenue and profit that topped analyst estimates shares of roku or up almost twelve percent in early trading the video streaming platform forecast revenue for the current quarter the topped estimates platform revenue surged eighty six percent in the second quarter up from seventy nine percent in the first quarter and sales force dot com says it will acquire software technologies for about one point three five billion dollars in cash and stock that move will and digital tools that help companies manage employees working in the field as of the futures right now up ten points this is Bloomberg as five oh seven on Wall Street was good news from around the world this morning a good morning the Bloomberg Michael bar thank you very much John president Donald Trump visited el Paso Texas and the Dayton Ohio the two cities that are the latest victims of mass shootings in the US Bloomberg said Baxter has the story the president set out with the mission of recovery the into the Z. as in the love of the respect and also the company let's see if we can get something done Republicans want to do and Democrats want to do it but he was met by resistance from people like congresswoman Veronica Escobar in el Paso meeting in the grace of every human being should not be a public or should be a human value and the way that the president we shall see if there's an appetite in Congress to do anything about gun control in San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak president trump endorsed an expansion of background checks for gun buyers but said there is no political appetite to renew a ban.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on The Tesla Show

The Tesla Show

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on The Tesla Show

"Hey Mike Hello Caleb. How are you I'm doing well? How about yourself? I am doing all right <hes> for now yes. It's GonNa get quite hot in this in this office in a moment so we're GonNa we're going to the environment is going to keep this episode relatively brief Yup. What are you drinking today so today I did know planning so I had no fresh fruits? Actually I did have a lime so I decided to make gin and tonic because it's hot but it turns out I had no tonic water. I went from like a month ago had all these different kinds of tonic water because experimenting with all the different flavors and apparently drank them all and had none so I decided to pivot into doing ginger ale instead and <hes> couldn't and find the only Ginger Ale I could find was candidate dry and you know I'm not an animal so I'm not going to drink that but luckily in the back of the fridge I found a fancy <hes> Ginger Ale bruce cost or something some sort of fancy Brooklyn Ginger Ale <hes> <hes> jump drinking that with the little bit of Lime and <hes> I'm actually drinking the neca Coffee Jin <hes> from the Nikko Whiskey Japanese whiskey place okay very very good gin and this is a drink we call <hes> don't hurt franny. It's essentially a gin and tonic with Ginger Ale instead of <hes> tonic water or you can think of it as a Moscow mule with <hes> gin vodka and yeah. It's really good. It's actually quite refreshing a little sweeter than a gin and tonic yeah and that is a very along with an answer. How about you? What are you drinking well? Mine's a lot simpler. <hes> I'm just drinking a little bit of Rosa reside in the day and <hes> the theme here is <hes>. I'm using some potentially rose colored glasses as we approached these some some you might say I'm using rose colored glasses view this quarter. Oh Wow okay but I'm not. I'm not so sure about that. I think these are pretty clear. Well rose colored glasses right exactly yes so there you go that could mean anything yep read into it what you will so today we are talking about Tesla's cue to earnings report their letter and the earnings call choosing twenty nineteen yeah okay for listening in the distant future yeah all those folks in twenty twenty-five they they know what happens to Tesla so they'll be able to judge quite easily when the recordings of the test show get put on the disc gets attached to the <unk> voyager three probe <hes> yeah there you go yeah exactly it'll go on one of the Elon Musk Mars missions so it's based on Earth Starman so let's let's jump right into it going over the numbers record deliveries vehicles at ninety five thousand three hundred fifty six which translated to six point three five billion dollars in revenue avenue which then drops down to nine hundred twenty one.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From ABC news Scott Goldberg the former drug lord known as el Chapo has been sentenced to life behind bars a chopper did not testify at trial but he spoke at sentencing to tell the judge he did not have a fair trial while the world was watching walking because mine question the verdict from the jury that was reported to have read accounts of the case despite the judge's instructions and he complained about his incarceration the lack of sunlight fresh air and clean water he called total torture in sentencing because mine to the mandatory life in prison the judge noted his overwhelming evil parent teacher ski ABC news federal court Brooklyn the first relative of the hundreds of people killed in the two Boeing seven thirty seven MAX crashes is appearing before Congress today Paul Jiro gay lost his wife his three children and mother in law in the crash in Ethiopia Boeing shifted focus from the root cause of the crash is which is the design for those in the seven three seven marks and am class and started talking about fourteen pilot error these distracted from correcting the real causes of the crisis and is an insult to you money to throw gays calling for Boeing to permanently ground the seven thirty seven MAX jets the house of representatives will take a procedural vote today to consider impeachment proceedings against president trump democratic congressman Al Green of taxes introduced the master as he did on successfully when Republicans controlled the chamber the president is looking ahead to twenty twenty with a rally tonight in North Carolina the rally was supposed to be an opportunity to give the president the last word on the day when former special counsel Robert Muller was scheduled to testify on Capitol Hill that testimony was delayed until next Wednesday look for the president to continue with the tax on those for democratic Congress woman at the center of this latest firestorm as he defends his tweets says not racist and slams the women lawmakers for their own past statements Karen Travers ABC news the White House on wallstreet the Dow is down thirty points you're listening to ABC news there is only T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic good morning it's nine oh two I'm Bob Maclay here's our top story more than one hundred firefighters are battling it eight thousand acre fire south of Prescott and more manpower is on the way K. T. A. ours Jim crosses live in the news center yeah bother expecting hot temperatures windy conditions up there for the next several days Gabriel can't with the Forest Service says the fire now sixteen miles from Prescott isn't a threat to any homes at this time written in the Prescott area and it's not headed in the direction of Prescott is the going a little bit more to the east now she says people on the tiny pine flatter that several miles southwest of do in America I've been told to be ready to evacuate roads that are have been closed the so far no evacuations whatsoever one of the new center jump prostate TA our news there was only cardinals offense of tackle Desmond Harrison has been charged with strangulation and assault a felony warrant has been issued by police in Greensboro North Carolina who confirm the details to ninety eight seven FM Arizona sports station no specific details about the into the hand of have been released by the police report was filed yesterday Arizona Republican senator bark to make Sally as we continue our coverage on Arizona's immigration crisis she's drafted legislation to seal off the asylum law loopholes that helped fuel the flood of central American migrants across the southern border she hopes it will move forward before Congress recesses next month I have legislation with Lindsey Graham that closes the legal loophole that will stop the incentive for people to be traffic on the dangerous journey she says the vast majority of central American migrants arriving at the US border with Mexico are making false asylum claims at the direction of the cartels one in six weeks voters in Phoenix are heading to the polls one initiative deals with the expansion of the light rail in the south Phoenix the group building a better Phoenix is behind yes on proposition one oh five which would stop the light rail expansion the group's Larry Cohen me about the late well fifteen years ago all hail resistance and sliced bread but now it's it's the antiquated system it's not a practical system he says the news of the light rail expansion is now projected to cost one point three five billion dollars the shocking he says it only makes his group's case against the light rail stronger time for a check on traffic here's Danny Sullivan live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well we've got delays that remain on your free ways it looks like I tend it is getting better still pretty heavy eastbound between I seventeen and about seven street he got an accident that just cleared I. ten eastbound approaching Seventh Avenue there was one at sixteen three but looks like that one cleared as well so freeway still heavy but no accidents right now I. ten west bound delays it's going to be approaching baseline on over to fortieth street and you've got an injury accident over on olive at about ninety Fifth Avenue this report it's brought to you by crossroads of the west America's largest producer of gun shows crossroads returns this weekend to the air conditioned Coliseum at the fair grounds great deals on guns ammo accessories and you can.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Body camera is currently being used by Phoenix police officers yesterday the central city precincts near sixteenth street mall hobby receive the latest round of body cameras Phoenix police sergeant Tommy Thompson says that she quit meant that the community I expect this to happen we as an organization want to have just to pre things remain in the department body camera roll out all Phoenix police first responder should be equipped with the cameras by August twelfth Taylor can up KTA our news story you heard first on Arizona's morning news the south Phoenix light rail extension could cost nearly triple what voters approved in twenty fifteen in new documents obtained by Katie a are the price tag is now an estimated one point three five billion dollars valley metros CEO Scott Smith says Phoenix will get two expansion south and west from downtown for that money but he knows voters could stop both next month through prop one oh five they understand that the project that they would be getting is a different more inclusive of a larger project that will improve the system and I'll just have to decide whether that's an investment they wanna make voters approved another proposition four years ago with five hundred fifty million dollars and the feds a pledge that same amount for the bigger project Smith does not believe all the money will be spent Arizona is getting some cash years after a data breach involving a health insurance company Arizona will get one hundred fifty thousand dollars from Primera Blue Cross after a hacker stole private information social security numbers bank account information and email addresses the money will go to the attorney general's consumer protection revolving fund his announcement said Primera knew about multiple weaknesses in its data security practices as found by its own auditors Peter say more K. T. A. R. news E. D. A. R. eyes on the economy good here is adding three new data centers the compass Davis center is just the latest in technology campuses coming to the city Laurie Gary with the city of Goodyear says there's a reason technology companies are building their demand all over the US for data center space is increasing and that is because of the increase in the usage of technology vantage and stream it data centers of also both announced plans to building good year the cost of building up your gas tank is inching back up in some places the energy department reporting nationwide the average price of regular unleaded is gone up four cents in the past week to two seventy eight a gallon the Midwest is seen a ten cent rise in the past week but the west coast has seen prices go down a few pennies that like stone you be seated triple a are as honest as we're paying an average of two eighty three this morning down to cents from a week ago and fifteen cents lower than a month ago a hot Cup of Joe to start your day or cold brew a new study looks at which is better for you and we will get back to that story out here we go doctors at the Cleveland Clinic say cold brew does not have as many anti oxidants than coffee that is brewed with hot water about fifty percent less anti oxidants help cut down on the risk of some diseases the doctors say out for arched coffee if you like it cold and if you love your cover with cream and sugar you're likely wiping out the health benefits the healthiest way is to have a black day driver ABC news and I know it's really popular right now you can buy the cold brews on you know a refrigerated or even on the shelves in the stores but I just like my hot coffee even you know it is a hundred fifteen degrees outside yeah is so many people know one of my little jobs's side but I would not side I'm the stadium announcer for Phoenix rising yes online and it's outdoors and I get the strangest looks when I go up they have a I coffee sponsor I I don't know if I can give out the whole name but it starts with Dutch and kinda hot I'll go up there before match and ask for a hot Americano in you think I had landed from Pluto I get the same reaction and yeah I mean they get it for me they're very nice about it that they're like wow you're the only guy in this place at once a hot beverage well yeah I'm working so there you go well we'll have to go to coffee together some afternoon the have to make to make a whole pot absolutely and we'll have all the room we want because that's what I also be there I well I'm wearing hot beverage anyway K. D. A. R. D.'s drive.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And Becky Lynn here's our top story a big price tag jump to the south Phoenix light rail expansion you documents filed with the department of transportation show the updated estimates of the construction for the light rail went from five hundred fifty million dollars to now one point three five billion dollars valley metro CEO Scott Smith tells KTA are one of the reasons is because it now includes metro line expansion from downtown Phoenix to the state capitol all the workers expected be done as a separate project and now is included as a single projects when you add all that up it's about a billion dollars Smith says the rest of the estimated cost is forty percent contingency is required by the federal transit administration which is kicking in a hundred million dollars meanwhile in Phoenix residents go to the polls next month they'll have proposition one of five on the ballot which could stop the light rail expansion altogether a retired corrections officer accuses Maricopa county sheriff's deputies of racism blaming her for crash almost two years ago near eighty Third Avenue in lower back I rode doors bold and claims deputy switched and manipulated videos from the crash scene and I laughed when I saw the video because it was a woman on a Gurney with a very petite body with my head on it and I told them this is discussing weld in a black woman in her seventies is filing a justice department complaint and possibly suing MCSO share Paul pens own denies the allegations and his deputies were more than professional and his body camera video he has will prove it the tax the rich national bus tour made a stop in Phoenix today the bus is visiting about thirty cities today is stopped in Phoenix working people are waking up daily to an economy that prioritizes the wealthy few instead of them CG warranty is one of the bus tour organizers but this is also a system that can change if the rich in corporations pay their fair share he says the twenty seventeen tax cuts and jobs act president trump signed into law was meant to benefit the middle class but instead he says some of the wealthiest Arizona's got thousands in tax cuts result the city no okay TA our news yeah trappings looking now with Larry Lewis in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well thank you and we've got a crash reported on the two oh two red mountain this is going to be eastbound watch for about right around Val Vista slowing things down in that area in fact delays a stretchy knit back nearly to McClintock you're also going to find two crashes on the move one a one both of those in the eastbound direction one of them is approaching state route fifty one it's off right the other ones approaching sixty fourth street it's also off right seven street and Buckeye you're going to find an accident there in a wreck on Scott still wrote it Thomas that one involving a motorcyclist this report sponsored by Airco transmissions and total car care it's not their result and are one hundred degree temps will take its toll on your vehicle if you're traveling this summer make a pit stop at any M. go to make sure your vehicle is ready for the trip.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Next breaking news, no deal. The White House failing to strike a deal with Mexico is Trump threatens to slap the country with crippling tariffs is the president. Bluffing. Plus, President Trump trashes the Vietnam war, the same war. Trump wants told Howard Stern was like his dating life, and three Americans turning up dead at the same Rabin resort an urgent investigation under way tonight. What is behind the deaths? Let's go out front. Good evening. I'm erin. Burnett out front tonight. The breaking us no deal. The White House just wrapping up a high stakes stakes meeting with Mexico for the day, so far. No deal to stop the president's threat to slap tariffs on all goods imported to the United States from Mexico. Go to step up. And if they don't terrorist will go on. And if they go high the companies are going to move back into the United States. And so it's very simple. Well, it is very simple. You know companies aren't just going to move back to the United States. They can't and will make decisions that quickly right? The weight because this is hundreds of millions of dollars at stake. They'll instead just pass on the tariff in the form of higher prices to Americans for everything from cars to food Republican. Senator John Cornyn lays it out. Pretty clearly today. Tariffs on the other hand would be a mass axe, the US chamber estimates that Texas alone would face five point three five billion dollars in increased costs as result of a five percent, tariffs to take effect as early as Monday this translates into about a thousand dollars more on a car thousand dollars more per car deutchebanks, says, in fact, it'll be thirteen hundred dollars a car, and that's just as the tariffs begin, and the new nonpartisan analysis estimates tariffs on Mexico could wipe out more than four hundred thousand jobs in the United States, four hundred thousand jobs. Look, that's what happens when tariffs. Stay on. So here's the facts. The president is not going to risk four hundred thousand jobs, over of patently impossible demand because let's be clear. He has a clear demand tariffs are going to go on Mexico, intil, illegal immigration via Mexico stops. Here's the tweet from the president of the United States. He tweeted on. Ten the United States will impose a five percent tariff on all goods coming into our country from Mexico until such time as illegal migrants, coming through Mexico and into our country. Stop all caps, and then he says the tariff will increase, right all the way up to twenty five percent. So let's be clear illegal immigrants and migrants coming through Mexico to the southern border is not going to stop by June tenth. It's just not going to happen. In fact, the latest numbers show a surgeon border crossings more than one hundred forty four thousand encountered are arrested in may alone. That is a thirty percent surge in just one month. The surgeon illegal migrants may be why the one Trump inner circle member, who supports using tariffs for non economic warfare, is trying to move the goalpost. Here's Peter Navarro with our Jim Shudo earlier today. Louis that these terrorists may not have to go into effect precisely because we have the Mexicans attention. Oh, so now all we needed was their attention. Well already had that look that is not bringing illegal immigration to a stop. Right. That's getting their tension. It's a totally different thing than the president said, and that's the fact, the president has to do something to back out of his threat that it has to stop completely by June, tenth or else, the tariffs go on, because his tweet will be outed as yet another empty threat like these. Mexico is going to have to do something.

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Futures extend gains in choppy trading after jobs data

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Futures extend gains in choppy trading after jobs data

"It is jobs day and US stock index futures are rising a head of the US jobs report. Treasuries are moving lower. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg s and p futures are up nine points. Dow futures up seventy two NASDAQ futures up forty four the Dax in Germany's up four tenths of a percent ten year treasury down for thirty seconds yield two point five percent yield on the two year two point three five percents. Nymex crude oil up a tenth of a percent or success is sixty one eighty seven a barrel. Comex gold little change at twelve seventy one seventy an ounce. The euro at one point one one five one against the dollar. The yen one eleven point five, Hugh, SoftBank group mulling fundraising plans, including a listing of its investment fund. That's according to a report by the Wall Street Journal, which cited people with the matter and tesla to raise two point three five billion dollars through debt and stock offerings that were boosted from the company's

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Uber unveils IPO terms that are well below expectations

Techmeme Ride Home

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Uber unveils IPO terms that are well below expectations

"Hooper has set its IPO terms, and it looks like Uber's not gonna hit that magic one hundred billion dollar market cap Mark that it was hoping for by setting a price range of forty four to fifty dollars per share. Uber would raise ten point three five billion dollars at the top end of that range, which would represent a valuation of around eighty four billion dollars. Now, this would still be one of the biggest IPO's of all time, the eighth largest IPO, in fact, and it would instantly make Uber the thirtieth most valuable company listed on a US stock exchange, but again Hoover was hoping for more. There were times in recent months when a one hundred and twenty billion dollar market cap was being touted and the last private valuation during the most recent round of funding for over was seventy six billion dollars. So at the low end of that range Hoover would risk IPO ING. As an under corn one wonders if lifts recent underwhelming stock performance since its own IPO has had an

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Apparently, there are also special chat options where you can chat and engage with other viewers or other members of the show without the trolls involved, so all these little custom perks, including the YouTube super chat is included in YouTube membership. So if you are interested, you will see a join button at the very bottom of our videos, all you have to do is click on that join button and just go through the process, and you can sign up as a YouTube member. Again, these are just specifically perks on the YouTube platform, and if you do decide to join it does help the show as well. So if you do do it, thank you so much and just check it out. It's down confirmed. Tolsey Gabbard will be on the program on Friday. She's going to join us at eight thirty eastern five thirty Pacific. So that'll be a live interview. And it should be very interesting. So everybody check that out. All right. And it was thanks. Betsy DeVos, and the Trump administration have proposed massive cuts to certain programs and organizations that need the money. One of those programs is the Special Olympics. In fact, Betsy DeVos has been grilled by representatives in congress over her decision to cut funding now the amount of money potentially saved by the government if it eliminated support for the Special Olympics would be seventeen point six million dollars. But the Trump administration is looking to cut more than eight point five billion or approximately twelve percent from the education department budget. Now, keep in mind that Donald Trump is the person who was just fighting aggressively for five billion dollars for the border wall, which would do absolutely nothing in stopping people from smuggling drugs into the country. He also aggressively pushed for and successfully pushed for massive tax cuts for the wealthy which will cost this. Country two trillion dollars over the next decade, but they got to save money somewhere. So of course, they're gonna go after things like the Special Olympics and Betsy DeVos did get grilled on. This here is Representative Mark PO can asking Betsy DeVos what fueled this decision, June home. The kids are going to be affected by that cut. Madam secretary. Miss Mr. pro can let me just say again, we had we had to make some decisions with this budget. And this is a question of how many kids not a the budget? One hundred seventy thousand kids that's for you. That's okay. No problem. It's two thousand kids. Yeah. So she's never prepared. If you're gonna cut the program, you should know how many people that it affects. Why would she need to be prepared? Jank who's gonna hold her accountable. Yeah. So if you say, hey, look, you know, he looked at. She didn't. Gotcha question. I don't care what I what I care most about is that they're cutting the program. So they say well, look Special Olympics has also also funded by private donations and then devices. No, I'm actually now donating to Special Olympics. Well, okay, great. I actually have a suggestion for you. What donate all the money that your family saved from tax cuts the Trump tax cuts to the Special Olympics? No, they can't do that. They need to buy more yachts. What are you talking about to be fair shoe? She's down to nine because one tenth. Yeah. I got a little damaged. It was. It was vandalized very upset really a tragedy. Nobody I'm not kidding. She's ten yards and the tenth one was slightly damaged. So they're very very upset about them dying without healthcare access in America. Right. Okay. She needs to have her extra yacht anyway. So they seventeen point six billion dollars actually nothing for the DeVos family. Her. Father Edward prints. Also, of course, the father of Eric prince who started blackwater does secret deals with Trump and say shells island with Middle Eastern countries and the Russians anyway, he's worth was worth one point three five billion dollars back in ninety six when they sold their company now probably worth many more. Billions and devices themselves are worth apparently Richard devices five point four billion dollars..

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"But I always advocate only at least a little as insurance against the unknown. We don't go to winner and ties a cast uncertainty. So if you're feeling a little bit worried about your portfolio, you might went to buy the G L D or one of the gold mining TF's or the new Barrick Gold for the proven. I recommend waiting until Barrick reports its first quarter as a combined company, even though I like the merger very much now that Mark Bristow is in charge. Let's take some calls. Let's go to Chris in Michigan. Chris. Hi, jim. Thanks for having me on your show. Oh, you're quite thank you for being on. I know you've been a big supporter of Nucor, ticker, and you E, right? Just announced that they'll be building a one point three five billion dollars plant somewhere in the mid west that a healthy dividend. A forward p e of eight point nine eight and their CEO John Sarasola has lobbied heavily in favor of the tariffs on China, including on your program. How our they've lost fourteen percent of value in December bound bounced off its low, but it's still well below the fifty two week high of seventy dollars. I was under the impression that steel demand will be going down not up due to the slowing global economy. The new plant mean they expect a man to stay steady. And should I buy more new courts? See? Let's see very disciplined manager. He wouldn't be the plant it feeble. You get a great return on investment. It's a best steel stock by far if you wanna own a steel stock, you Nucor, and you we Raanana annoy Ray. Yes. All right. How are you? Good say, thanks, it advanced for the comments are going to give me. So we course that you. My my question of Lindy's recently completed merger with Praxair prior to the merger Praxair thing to be solid company. And with this merger will Lindy be additive to their future prospects for earnings and other financial measures and market share of a Dusko gases. Rag. Gotta tell you. I think the merchants unbelievably be profiled as a terrific way to be able to play a great industry industrial gases. This combination is just dynamite. You should buy the stock. Okay, right now, it's not the perfect time to buy goal. But that doesn't mean you don't need it in your portfolio. Everyone needs a little insurance been saying that since the show began much money at every wondered eighteen wheelers could travel at speed I'm telling you how Uber hopes to help. Then I may be leaving my order San Francisco, but I'm coming back with some investment ideas. And a what's pull out all the stops for hop for the red? I'm back home and Titian of the lightning round. So stay with. Kramer..

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Then the January old is coming back starting later tonight. So a lot of those times when you have a big transition like that you get the gusty winds. And so that's what we're gonna have to deal with later. And the follow up is are you a born and bred. Hoosier. I sure am. Do you know? Indiana, where are you from Muncie your Muncie guy? I am a Muncie guy. What was it called the swan? The swan this one, man. Yeah, man. Yeah. I don't know. This man is. No, no. I thought I thought that was making it wasn't making it up real stuff. Tony I thought he was talking about somebody met on Tinder what is the what is what is the swan man, delivering like some dairy products and stuff like that chicken strips. Yeah. I mean, it's not just dairy. But they do have like other food products to good. I'm glad we know that that chicken strips aren't dairy products. I remember getting like ice cream and stuff from that someone called in talk about root beer pops. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Those, but that sounds awesome. I have never heard of the Schwann, man. I remember that when we were kid though, when I get this message description to swan. Tony for next year. All right. I'm on it. I'm on. I'm looking it up that description, Mark a if I can get root beer pops. All totally ordered. Do it right now? That's right. That's right. There is Marcus Bailey was TV meteorologist is fifty four degrees right now in the American standard heating weather center. The time is seven or nine this hour on ninety three WIBC is powered by a comfortable climate. You're American standard air dealer in Indianapolis. heard of the surroundings. I feel bad about. Maybe I've seen the trucks. I'm not sure attorney cats Ninety-three WIBC. Good morning. So good to be with you one point three five billion dollars. That's what's coming to the mid west. The question is. Can you get it? Can we bid for it? Indiana, even aware of according to FOX business, the US steelmaker called Nucor. They have said that they are going to put one point three five billion dollars into a steel production facility in the mid west. This is gonna create four hundred approximately four hundred full time jobs. It's a it's a plate. Mill. It will begin production in two thousand twenty.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Don't know we've talked about it on the show in past years. It started back in the nineteen nineties in China as a day to celebrate bachelorhood, then it sort of involved into celebrating relationships. And now it has been used as a promotion by Alibaba is team mall for ten years as a way to promote buying things for each other. And in fact, all of Alibaba's properties use it last year Alibaba sold more than twenty five billion dollars in goods on singles day, they expect to top thirty five billion dollars in sales. This year, it has grown beyond. Alibaba as well other ecommerce companies like JD dot com and pinned to do a China also have sales on singles day, and it's expanded outside of China across southeast Asia. I know in the US we hear get all focused on black Friday, but black Friday eight nothing compared to singles day. Also. I mean, okay, I understand the concept of singles day, great fine goods. I'm a single person as well. I know how what it means to a lot of your own stuff. However, how much of this really has to do with the lifestyle, and how much of it really has to do with sort of that black Friday thing where it said Bates. Yeah, exactly. I mean, again, it started back in the day as a way to celebrate relationships or the beginning of relationships or even a lot of weddings would happen. If people would stop being single, I'm sure that still happens, but these sales they're all about deals just as if just as not everyone's buying gifts on black Friday in the US, not not everybody's celebrating relationships on singles day in China. Tim O getting me for singles day. Yeah. I gotta admit I wasn't really familiar with how in curly mastered. This was, but as you mentioned that dwarfs black Friday, I think three five billion dollars expected to this year, which compares for like six or seven billion dollars, the US, maybe for blackout Arniston, absolutely massively huge. And. Yeah, it's it's really interesting phenomenon. And it's amazing how a little trend like that can kind of balloon in this big big big things like cyber Monday. Ultimately was kind of the same sort of thing. And now. Avoided the question. What are you buy every single buying? As somebody with dogs and children time to marry Get enough enough hours. hours to give on the question. Now. Research from Ed team at the university of Pennsylvania show that the first evidence of a causal link between time spent on Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat, and decreased being is a thing. The study divided one hundred forty three undergraduate students in a control group that behaved as normal. And then a second group that limited their time.

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Apple is killing its App Store affiliate program

Daily Tech News Show

03:30 min | 3 years ago

Apple is killing its App Store affiliate program

"Uh-huh. The daily tech headlines for Thursday, August second, twenty eighteen. I'm Sarah lane. Apple announced an Email to publishers that apps for us and MAC OS will no longer be included in its affiliate program. Apple says, it's new apps store interfaces for us and MacOS have new methods of discovery for out all other content types, including music movies, books, and TV will remain in the affiliate program. Last year, apple dropped the affiliate rate for in-app purchases from seven percent to two point, five percents, speaking of revenue. Apple became the world only trillion dollar publicly traded company on Thursday in terms of Merck cap. When stock price hit two hundred seven dollars and five cents before dipping below two hundred seven again and going back to very high billion dollar status. Apple stock has appreciated over eight percent since apple announced its latest earnings results on Tuesday, the companies that are new fiscal third quarter record with fifty three point, three billion dollars in revenue and strong iphone. Ten sales, Cisco announced it's buying security firm duo security for two point, three, five billion dollars. If the deal goes through co, founder and CEO, Doug song will continue as general manager and will join CISCO's networking and security business do a security platform. Let's employs use their own device for adaptive authentication. Instead of using separate key-fobs with security codes, Twitter announced Wednesday that users will no longer be able to automatically cross post their tweets to Facebook due to Facebook, changing its API platform. Facebook log in which granted permission to publish post to Facebook. Abby logged in user will no longer have that permission read at c. t. o. crisslow posted announcement, Wednesday that an attacker compromise some employees accounts with red. It's cloud and source code hosting providers and managed to get a read, only access to some current Email addresses of users as well as a two thousand seven database backup with salted and hashed passwords. The employees accounts access were protected with SMS bay two factor authentication where. The attacker intercepted. The SMS slow recommends everyone moved to token based to a last year. Durga launched a one point, five billion dollar five year program known as the electron resurgence initiative or e. r. I to support work on advances and chip technology. Now, DARPA sharing the first set of research teams that it's elected to explore new approaches to US shift development and manufacturing through design architecture materials and integration. The is budget represents around a four fold increase in DARPA typical annual spending on hardware. Google added a new feature inside. It's maps app, sharing your location. Also shares your battery level, Android police notes that in an AP k. tear down earlier this year it appeared that Google was giving approximate battery levels, but that the numbers now seem to precisely be tied to users when checking context location. There's now a battery icon next to the distance along with a percentage and charging status. And finally, Facebook is launching its own version of playable ads across its. Platforms advertisers would now be able to promote games using playable ads. So a player can try it again before downloading playbill ads drive higher ten installs from people because they probably already liked the game and are more likely to play after the install. Facebook's playable ads. I launch video of the game and then shift to interactively. The effort wasn't beta for more than a year for more discussion of the technique of the day subscribed to daily tech new show dot com. I'm Sarah lane. Thanks so much for listening Taty next time.

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Google Maps’ location sharing will now share your phone’s battery status, too

Daily Tech Headlines

03:30 min | 3 years ago

Google Maps’ location sharing will now share your phone’s battery status, too

"Uh-huh. The daily tech headlines for Thursday, August second, twenty eighteen. I'm Sarah lane. Apple announced an Email to publishers that apps for us and MAC OS will no longer be included in its affiliate program. Apple says, it's new apps store interfaces for us and MacOS have new methods of discovery for out all other content types, including music movies, books, and TV will remain in the affiliate program. Last year, apple dropped the affiliate rate for in-app purchases from seven percent to two point, five percents, speaking of revenue. Apple became the world only trillion dollar publicly traded company on Thursday in terms of Merck cap. When stock price hit two hundred seven dollars and five cents before dipping below two hundred seven again and going back to very high billion dollar status. Apple stock has appreciated over eight percent since apple announced its latest earnings results on Tuesday, the companies that are new fiscal third quarter record with fifty three point, three billion dollars in revenue and strong iphone. Ten sales, Cisco announced it's buying security firm duo security for two point, three, five billion dollars. If the deal goes through co, founder and CEO, Doug song will continue as general manager and will join CISCO's networking and security business do a security platform. Let's employs use their own device for adaptive authentication. Instead of using separate key-fobs with security codes, Twitter announced Wednesday that users will no longer be able to automatically cross post their tweets to Facebook due to Facebook, changing its API platform. Facebook log in which granted permission to publish post to Facebook. Abby logged in user will no longer have that permission read at c. t. o. crisslow posted announcement, Wednesday that an attacker compromise some employees accounts with red. It's cloud and source code hosting providers and managed to get a read, only access to some current Email addresses of users as well as a two thousand seven database backup with salted and hashed passwords. The employees accounts access were protected with SMS bay two factor authentication where. The attacker intercepted. The SMS slow recommends everyone moved to token based to a last year. Durga launched a one point, five billion dollar five year program known as the electron resurgence initiative or e. r. I to support work on advances and chip technology. Now, DARPA sharing the first set of research teams that it's elected to explore new approaches to US shift development and manufacturing through design architecture materials and integration. The is budget represents around a four fold increase in DARPA typical annual spending on hardware. Google added a new feature inside. It's maps app, sharing your location. Also shares your battery level, Android police notes that in an AP k. tear down earlier this year it appeared that Google was giving approximate battery levels, but that the numbers now seem to precisely be tied to users when checking context location. There's now a battery icon next to the distance along with a percentage and charging status. And finally, Facebook is launching its own version of playable ads across its. Platforms advertisers would now be able to promote games using playable ads. So a player can try it again before downloading playbill ads drive higher ten installs from people because they probably already liked the game and are more likely to play after the install. Facebook's playable ads. I launch video of the game and then shift to interactively. The effort wasn't beta for more than a year for more discussion of the technique of the day subscribed to daily tech new show dot com. I'm Sarah lane. Thanks so much for listening Taty next time.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Equity

Equity

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Equity

"So transition time always looking for a segue podcast so you just grab anything that floats by mine so speaking of softbank on that topic so crews which gm bought couple of years ago now is going to get a two point two five billion dollar dual trash injection from szott things vision fund now it's a little bit weird so explain this so softbank is going to put in nine hundred million dollars and then win according to you dot com certain benchmarks are met by cruise itself they'll put it another one point three five billion dollars and component to this gm the owners gonna put in one point one billion so it is an enormous multiparty transaction into cruise which does automation now working on the kind of full stack selfdriving cars exactly so not automation of say toast or strawberries or back to scares you i'm gonna scooters if you don't live in silicon valley you don't realize that literally every single present talks about scooters it's become barring thing okay so so this is a weird weird deal so like what is what is going on the way that the way that i think about this as there's essentially unlimited money out there right now for people to try to go ahead and win the autonomous car race because whoever gets there first is going to have a huge market advantage and hers of not just selling technology but the cars themselves and that's by gm's purchase of cruise or some interesting they are they make ten million cars a year something crazy like that so they don't have to go to billy barbara jacket jane down the street to get their tech they have a built in house they can sell not only more cars but i'm more of active profit margin and so i did some math which may be wrong but i think the way it's going to work out softbank we'll get nineteen point six percent interest in cruise for two point two five billion over to stakes which works out to if you if well it's a lot of it's a lot of billions of dollars essentially curses now with a lot more than gm paid for it which was mine belly.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Six year period in violation of senate rules here's npr's susan davis the ethics panel unanimously found that menendez violated senate standards and brought discredit to the chamber the committee's ordering menendez to repay the fair market value of all gifts that violated senate rules and update his financial disclosures to reflect repayment menendez accepted numerous guests from doctor salomon melgren along time friend and supporter who was sentenced to seventeen years in prison for medicare fraud back in february the senator faced a criminal trial last year related to his ties to the doctor but it ended in a mistrial and menendez was never charged with any wrongdoing the ethics committee however concluded that his behavior did not meet the standards of the us senate susan davis npr news washington could trip or ups has more deliveries coupled with high revenue per package led to a boost in fourth first quarter growth ups says its earnings one point three five billion dollars for the quarter on wall street today the dow was up two hundred and thirty eight points you're listening to npr authorities in rwanda say they've discovered what they say is a mass grave that could contain more than two thousand bodies discovery of the sites comes nearly a quarter century after genocide the killed hundreds of thousands in east africa nation summer ones expressed shock residents in the community outside the capitol where the mass graves were found kept quiet for so long many rwandans believe their missing relatives could be located in some of the mass grave sites and who study of test optional admissions policies is questioning the value of standardized testing as predictors of college success more from npr's claudio sanchez study defining access how test optional works confronts with the research has been indicating for years the value of sat and act scores in predicting students academic performance in college is minimal researchers studied twenty eight public and private institutions that no longer require test scores and found that students who did not submit their test scores performed as well or better than those who.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Equity

Equity

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Equity

"And for those of you who weren't alive twenty years ago or sentient but that was the kind of the symbol of the dot com bust that company that delivered groceries and got overvalued and things to send turn out very well but we are in a new era and insta car it's delivering groceries i ordered from instagram it last night so i like it because i'm lazy and i it helps me be lazy want onto carry grocery bags so that's that's nice but go one step further instagram requires works at i just go do eat so i'm like just bring the ingredients already made into food alex you are the cliche of san francisco male right now cooking for one is not great cooking for two is a blast and i live alone but four point three five billion dollars personally evaluation which is of course a little more from their earlier four point two it's a lot of money for scar there's a lot of pressure on this company how do we think that the bulk ace looks for instance moving forward and so i've recently been summoned some talk to me about the bulk as for insecure car and i guess you know for awhile looked bleak because look amazon bought whole foods and amazon basically seems like it's taken over the world but now there's this anti amazon coalition going on or all the grocery stores are incentivized to keep insta car in business and so you have a whole bunch of a bunch of grocery stores they want to work with insta car so that is why they're able to do this here because i mean amazon technically can't have the monopoly and not ever in shops from whole foods so there are other options there's other options trader joe's i guess what do this.

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"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"three five billion dollars" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Okay well that is dead billiondollar question so everybody for years has been saying others way too much money going into venture capital but then you keep hearing these astounding stories of success in this area there is a pet food company in florida called chewy people love chilly it had some venture money at raised about the same amount as stance and its altus petsmart this year from three point three five billion dollars these pcs are trying to tell do we have the next g sterile on our hands sorry new do we had the next chilean her hands uh it's interesting what this company has done just in terms of of building it's uh it's business i suppose they've got a chief technology officer for socks that they hired away from an israeli saw company they are they're gone all lynn oh sure so even though they say we're not a tech company they're making it as a technologically forward to think it's possible to make a sock company i saw so many contraptions and testers at their headquarters in san clemente it began to wonder if they even needed all of them but they can do these incredible things stretch stocks to chant sized says make sure their socks their cooling faster than competitors socks how he incredible how much is going to cost me if i want to buy a pair of stance sucks that's the cia had cast you like thirty dollars over one paradox yep yeah it could also cast you ten dollars tracy considering yeah exactly clear sarah mcbride at bloomberg writing about socks and venture capital sarah thanks alah thank you.

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