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"three million" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"So I really think that really is what we key in on and we've seen a lot of that on the showroom floor, John, you might expand on that. Yeah, and I just say a couple of things is that I can tell you that almost none of our new partners that come to us are now offering a voice solution for the first time. Many of them have tried other platforms. They've done deployments, but they've gotten to the point where they are wanting scale. They need a platform that's easy to manage, that scales with them are the largest provider has about a half million users on our platform. So something that can go from a small offer to very large. And they also want to know that they're working with the company that's got to kind of grown in the cloud technology and platform. And so we just celebrated a few months ago. The 20th anniversary of kind of the birth of our technology, our UK has platform. So if you think about having a born in the cloud platform that is that old that in maturity, from a maturity perspective, not from an age perspective, but maturity and capabilities. And then a company that's really focused around independent partners in an independent channel community and that's been true to that commitment. That's very appealing to a lot of the potential licensees that we talk to. So it seems like this conversation is running on two tracks, right? That if I'm an MSP, I need a partner that is financially secure and reliable. But I also need a partner that is going to help me continue to keep my portfolio fresh. Yes, and we give them great APIs to where if they want to do their own unique development or build tools or other things to help manage themselves or just use a lot of off the shelf, the specialization tools that allows them to we have one capability that allows our partners to integrate into over 300 different business applications.
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"And that's what, you know, what's great is we have very large providers that are on our platform and we have entrepreneurial MSPs like you just mentioned that have power in their ucas based on our offer and I always say our platform is powerful. But it's simple to manage and it's easy to use, and that's what helps them be very successful. Now, you also have an omnichannel sea cast offering. Yes. Yeah, we've released, you know, if you look at the two things to challenges that most companies are dealing with, it's employee experience, how do I keep my employees, whether they're in the office or remote engaged, right? Give them the tools they need to do their business well, and that's where in the UK's area we do things like integrating into teams, integrating into a lot of vertical specific CRMs. But then the second thing is customer experience. Younger consumers, if you look at surveys, their experience with the brand is many times more important than the product itself. So we have released an omnichannel contact center as a service offer late last year. It's going great. People love it. And so what it allows is really, however, my customer wants to reach out to me through whatever, whether it's through social media, SMS, email, whatever it is, it gives an agent, incredible tools that they can use to be able to deliver that great customer experience to companies. And so we're excited to be layering that now on top of our ucas platforms. So it's an integrated UK and seacat solution. Now, has that resonated here this week at this conference with the MSPs and channel partners and whatnot. It really has. And I think it's one of our differentiators because you can see cast have typically been two separate offerings. And so we're one of the few out there on the floor today that has one offering that has you pass and see cast and on the general capabilities all built into the same platform. So our go to market strategy is really different from a lot of our competitors and the fact that you don't have to keep other pieces together now. It's all inclusive with crescendos offering. So that's really attractive, right? They just become there and it's all there. It's all there. Now, let's go a little bit. Let's dive a little bit deeper into that. If you partner up with crescendo, in addition to the technology, are there other support systems there for you? Yeah, we have one in our go to market strategy, companies can choose various ways to partner with us. So we have an agent type of program. We have quite a few of our partners that have white label programs, so they provide a whole support rapper around helping companies that are smaller and can't make the investment in their own platform, kind of build a white label offer under their brand. And then when companies are big enough or when they're ready to make a little bit commitment, they can make an investment in our platform and either there's two ways we do it.
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"This is dark green on the publisher of telecom reseller, and we are at MSP expo IT expo in Fort Lauderdale, and I have with me John Britain, who is the chief revenue officer for crescendo Jonathan thank you for joining me today. Great to be here, Doug. And also with me, Ted gambler, who's the president and COO of crescendo. Thank you for joining me today. Thanks, Ed. And join me here. Well, thank you for taking some time out for a very busy afternoon here at ITX boat. Tip of the hall and all the sessions that are going on. We're going to be talking about some really interesting developments since last year with crescendo. But first, what is crescendo? Yes, a Crescent that was a true unified communication provider of not only a platform but a direct solution that really encompasses a lot of different as a service type offering. So in fact, communications as a service cloud communication to the service and contact center as a service. And we have customer experience and we have infrastructure as a service. So we're offering our platform, not only for licenses to be able to resell it, but we can also offer it on an infrastructure as a service offering as well. So if you remember Doug, we merged about a year and a half ago with savings and a lot of people know the net sapiens platform. The great thing I love and about an event like this is we have over 200 companies that have built their own UK on our offer in a lot of them are here as exhibitors that IT expo with their own spin or specific go to market or the strategies they use to deploy our technology. So we're kind of the Intel inside for ucas. And then we do have an offer that's our own that's available to customers as well. And that platform grew 50%. And one year, we're growing a lot. Yeah, we've run from 1.7 million users on our platform when we acquired it safely until it required its sapiens in July of 2021, and we just announced last week that we have eclipsed the 3 million user marks. So that's almost double angle 1.7 to 3 million. So almost double in a little bit over a year and a half. Why the success? Yeah, I think it's a couple of things. One, our platform is fantastic. Supporting that many end users, you've got to have a very reliable, very feature rich platform. I think our go to market model of Sessions, not seats, is a very affordable model compared to most of the other competitors that are charging a pursuit license base. So when we look at how we position the product, great product, great margins for our licensees out there, and very feature rich offerings so they can take this and turn it up tomorrow. So when we talk about our infrastructure as a service, the barriers to entry for having your own platform have really gone away because with infrastructure as a service, so we can turn up an instance on our platform tomorrow and start working as their own. So that's a huge opportunity for MSB. Yeah, absolutely. And that's what I was going to add to that is that what I love is when you look at how our technology, our partners take it and they all have a passion. They've got their unique use cases. They've got the verticals, maybe they go after and by them taking us as kind of the ingredient brand in their unified communications offer. And then putting, taking our APIs, building their own custom type of things for different verticals and things that they do. They're growing at more than double the rate of the market.
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"three million" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast
"Et cetera, don't ship things that they don't need or don't take too long doing it or don't go off track and there's a whole load of anti patterns probably in how you would want to run a project. Project being counseled or big epic rest here in the middle, all those types of things. And so we over the years reflect a lot as I'm sure many teams do, like do not kind of retrospective as well. So I was part of it. Yeah, exactly what the writer all day. These are things that work well, the student at the end of any project, or even sometimes part way through a project. And just over the course of years of doing this, patterns repeated repeated repeated. And we said, okay, let's not do this again. And then have a retro to learn the same thing. We've already learned 5 times. Let's actually try and write it down. And then we kind of stumble upon principles, I think, as the best way to do that. Let's maybe so that we can ground our listeners. Let's talk through a couple of principles and we'll kind of go back to the kind of the worthwhile, et cetera. What are our principles for how we build product? Yeah, so we have three top level product principles. We actually have a bit of a system with three top level product principles. There are things that we care about the most, I think. The R and D team is actually added a fourth principle since this was recorded. We're constantly evolving and reevaluating our principles. Anyway, back to Paul. Then we have 5 design principles that are specific to the design team and the discipline of design. And then we 5 engineering principles and specific to the discipline of engineering. So we have 13 in effect in practice, any individual only has to observe 8. Everyone inherits the top tree, and then if you're an engineer, you've got 5 engineering principles on top. Yeah, okay. Yeah. And that's true. And 13 to 7 at the bottom. But you hope that any team in the company is familiar with all the principles. I mean, 13, you don't have to remember recite 13 principles. But in practice, you should actually get into that particular behavior. In practice, you should see people and acting these principles. So for example, let me go through some of our product principles, like three at the top level. One of them is start with the problem. So this is, again, a principle that came from us realizing that we oftentimes weren't starting with a problem. Instead, we were starting with some cool idea we had or some kind of fictionalized hypothetical customer wouldn't it be cool if I talked to one customer and I think and I think everyone certainly extrapolate out to thousands of people. And the kind of reasons principle exists is because we believe that any solution that we ship is only ever as good as the problem understanding. Yeah. So it's a bad idea to understand the problem, the better thing you'll desire. Is that Einstein isn't a problem like well state is bomb household. Exactly. So we spent a ton of ton of time on problem definition. Problem prioritization, first of all, is this an important problem? Do we understand this problem? Okay, now we even saw this problem a bit better. That's like restock it against the other problems that we think people could understanding of. I like to speak to her so a problem like a shit version of this would be like the problem is we need ticketing. At this point, or we didn't have these principles would be, you know, there might be a design review or product review in a project. And a leader typically would come in some leading leading the team. And you and me, we've both experienced this different times coming in and I've seen work and we started asking questions like if we show customers what did they say? Did they react well to they just can they articulate what problem this is solving for them as solving a real problem or is it like hypothesized or and then it was really specific examples of how this would actually change how they work, et cetera, et cetera and oftentimes what we find is understanding of the customer problem or trying to solve is really ambiguous and vague and loose when as a result and the project is like the biggest vague and loose and it gets pulled in all different directions. What you end up with is people disagreeing with each other very opinion driven rather than kind of evidence driven. As opposed to a project where we spent a ton of time with phones understanding the problem and then downstream from that when you come into a design review or product review and start asking these questions, you also have a way richer better answers because we actually spent the time talking about my brother. Our order to our think big start small and shipped to learn rather than kind of walk through both of those as well. I think one important point we should stop on reflect on here is something I really believed all the time. Most of the time when I see companies decide they want to build out some principles or they end up basically saying stuff that is just generally true. Ship puts off our ship goods offer design matters or focus on the user or whatever. And what they don't really do in my opinion is come up with a principle that's pointy enough such doctors and equal and counter principle in a sense. I think that's an asset test that we've always had for principles. So if we take, say, well, you can pay ten picks at smaller ship to learn. What's the opposite principle and when would that be good? Yeah. Yeah, this is actually really important points because like you said, I've often talked to people about principles and other companies and their principles and values do by extension. We should talk with the destination there, potentially, but ten feet truisms. You never disagree with that. So think big starts well, it's a great example where the kind of basic citizen principle is kind of self explanatory. When people start working on a project. And by the way, these principles are in order. So let's start with the problem. Then think big start small, then shift to learn, right, gotcha. So you've started with the problem. You have a deeper understanding of the problem. And then the next stage is, okay, think big. What's that big dream, the vision? What's the concept design for this solving this problem? So think big and don't be limited by any kind of constraints. And then start small. And take the big idea, take that bigger vision, the longer term plan, or dream, and then start small, break it down into smaller, smaller pieces, and keep scoping back, back, back, back, back, until you have kind of smaller coherent solution. And so that's how we want people to work. And the biggest piece of feedback we get within this principle is how small or small and we push for very, very small. So the opposite of this, principle, is also valid, which will be like, thanks mall, start big. That is a valid principle, too. What would that look like? For things small start big, like I imagine any company who's working on infrastructure, for example. So imagine you're an electricity company, or even renewable energy company, that
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"three million" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast
"Going back to the Dropbox example, where you look at slack, you look at a bunch of these, you know, the thing that's really nice is that you have a natural network formation that sort of happens. And then every user has the opportunity to then acquire one of their coworkers, and you can analyze it even more. The products that, for example, are like DocuSign, where folks that are collaborating within a workflow, you involve people from across companies. That's going to be naturally even more viral than something that just exists within a company. How many folks have discovered intercom because they see the little thing on the bottom right and have a conversation with someone and they happen to have a business that encounters a lot of this stuff. Exactly. And they're like, oh, I want that too, right? And so you get all this free, really interesting acquisition that comes from that. I think when I look at some of the high profile cases, that didn't work, there's a couple things that I think work in concert to make them more difficult. The first is you have an acquisition model that is kind of a single channel, right? Maybe that's Facebook ads, maybe that's the Google ads, maybe it's SEO, maybe it's one of these things. But you especially don't have any natural virality, natural kind of network, kind of thing in there. So I think that's one thing. The second is that, especially when we're talking about keep beating up on ecommerce, I think one of the things that ecommerce is that oftentimes if you're buying something like a mattress or you're buying something that's like a car, this is something that only happens. If it's a one decade purchase, exactly. And so because of that, you end up in this whole acquisition treadmill where you got to run really, really, really fast. While this whole thing is going, and then by the way, if you're on a single point of failure on your acquisition channel, then a lot of times these acquisition channels are a little bit like this arbitrage that kind of exists for a period of time. And if you hit it at exactly the right period of time, you can build a pretty decent company, but then eventually you should just plan on losing it. This whole thing is also another reason why a lot of games companies are hard to fund from a venture perspective because there's built in natural churn, right? Dating apps are also like this built in natural turn. If you do. Then you don't like your user. Exactly. That's right. So you have that combined with, again, this desire that you have to actually buy the traffic because it's very hard in a dating app to be like, oh, you should download this too, like that kind of doesn't make sense. So I think this is the kind of thing to watch out for, especially if you're building something that is in FinTech, in particular, like personal finance, right? Things like healthcare, right? These are all things that you have to be very careful about and make sure that you understand how those dynamics are going to play out long term. Andrew Chan there. Andrew has been on the show twice, so you can continue listening to that conversation or a more recent chat he had with Dez trainer last year. Both episodes are linked in the show notes. So now we come to our final part of today's special 3 million downloads episode. We end with the voice the show started with all those years ago, intercom cofounder Dez trainer. He was joined now by chief product officer, Paul Adams, to talk about our product principles. We use product principles a lot in intercom to guide us in terms of how we build what we build and how we make decisions. And this conversation really struck a chord with listeners. Here's Dez. Paul, let's start at the top. What the hell do we mean when we say principal? Yep, that's a good place to start. So a principle is a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for behavior that gets you the results you want. That's red straight out of websites I guess. Can you give me some to the dictionary definition? Give me a bit more grounded there. So what that means is it's about predictable behavior and future basically. So we're big into principles as you know. And the reason we got big and principles is because they're a way of encoding your mistakes and successes. Right. So any business anywhere obviously wants to repeat their successes and avoid repeating their mistakes, which is easy to say and hard to do. But how to do institutionally and organizationally for sure. So principles is our way or the best way we've found in which to hold file the mistakes. Codifying what's next sounds like we're going to guarantee that we locked him in. Can you explain a bit on so let's say we found, hey, tree project all went off course because of blah. Do we then is there a principle to be found enough or is it like, hey, if this is a consistent pattern that we need to make sure no one ever repeats would have a principle about the positive behavior that we want. Is that what you mean? Basically, there's lots of maybe it's useful to actually share some examples of talking about this in the abstract, but it's basically about having a predictable system. Obviously our goal, like any product team, any product engineering team is ship great software that customers love, value use,
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UN: Record number of people without enough to eat in 2021
"The the the the number number number number of of of of people people people people going going going going hungry hungry hungry hungry hit hit hit hit an an an an all all all all time time time time high high high high in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one and and and and is is is is poised poised poised poised to to to to reach reach reach reach up up up up falling falling falling falling to to to to levels levels levels levels as as as as the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine war war war war affects affects affects affects global global global global food food food food production production production production the the the the U. U. U. U. N. N. N. N. says says says says almost almost almost almost a a a a hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and ninety ninety ninety ninety three three three three million million million million people people people people in in in in fifty fifty fifty fifty three three three three countries countries countries countries suffered suffered suffered suffered acute acute acute acute food food food food insecurity insecurity insecurity insecurity last last last last year year year year due due due due to to to to a a a a toxic toxic toxic toxic triple triple triple triple combination combination combination combination of of of of conflict conflict conflict conflict weather weather weather weather extremes extremes extremes extremes and and and and the the the the economic economic economic economic effects effects effects effects of of of of the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic Luca Luca Luca Luca Russo Russo Russo Russo with with with with the the the the U. U. U. U. N. N. N. N. food food food food and and and and agriculture agriculture agriculture agriculture organization organization organization organization says says says says there's there's there's there's another another another another factor factor factor factor making making making making it it it it likely likely likely likely hunger hunger hunger hunger will will will will rise rise rise rise even even even even more more more more this this this this year year year year it's it's it's it's like like like like putting putting putting putting the the the the U. U. U. U. crying crying crying crying crises crises crises crises the the the the global global global global report report report report on on on on food food food food crisis crisis crisis crisis forecast forecast forecast forecast Amalie Amalie Amalie Amalie will will will will face face face face one one one one of of of of the the the the world's world's world's world's worst worst worst worst food food food food crisis crisis crisis crisis in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
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Inflation drives up Passover food prices for US Jews
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Taxes 2022: Here's how to get an extension from the IRS
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For ‘Fantastic Beasts’ series, a case of diminishing returns
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Tax Day laggards: Consider filing for extension if in a rush
"Millions millions millions millions of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans wait wait wait wait until until until until the the the the last last last last minute minute minute minute to to to to file file file file their their their their taxes taxes taxes taxes and and and and this this this this year year year year is is is is no no no no exception exception exception exception Monday Monday Monday Monday is is is is tax tax tax tax day day day day the the the the federal federal federal federal deadline deadline deadline deadline for for for for individual individual individual individual tax tax tax tax filings filings filings filings and and and and payments payments payments payments and and and and the the the the IRS IRS IRS IRS will will will will receive receive receive receive tens tens tens tens of of of of millions millions millions millions of of of of last last last last minute minute minute minute filings filings filings filings as as as as of of of of April April April April eighth eighth eighth eighth the the the the IRS IRS IRS IRS had had had had received received received received more more more more than than than than a a a a hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and three three three three million million million million returns returns returns returns for for for for this this this this tax tax tax tax season season season season and and and and it it it it issued issued issued issued more more more more than than than than sixty sixty sixty sixty three three three three million million million million refunds refunds refunds refunds worth worth worth worth more more more more than than than than two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and four four four four billion billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars dollars for for for for comparison comparison comparison comparison last last last last year year year year more more more more than than than than a a a a hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and sixty sixty sixty sixty nine nine nine nine million million million million people people people people completed completed completed completed an an an an income income income income tax tax tax tax return return return return by by by by the the the the end end end end of of of of the the the the year year year year that that that that probably probably probably probably leaves leaves leaves leaves nearly nearly nearly nearly forty forty forty forty percent percent percent percent of of of of this this this this year's year's year's year's taxpayers taxpayers taxpayers taxpayers still still still still unaccounted unaccounted unaccounted unaccounted for for for for with with with with many many many many scrambling scrambling scrambling scrambling to to to to submit submit submit submit their their their their documents documents documents documents by by by by the the the the Monday Monday Monday Monday deadline deadline deadline deadline I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
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Refugees reach Poland, talk about Ukraine situation
"Refugees refugees refugees refugees from from from from Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine continue continue continue continue to to to to arrive arrive arrive arrive in in in in Poland Poland Poland Poland as as as as Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's president president president president warns warns warns warns that that that that his his his his country country country country faces faces faces faces a a a a major major major major challenge challenge challenge challenge as as as as Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops step step step step up up up up operations operations operations operations in in in in the the the the east east east east as as as as they they they they cross cross cross cross Adama Adama Adama Adama di di di di call call call call on on on on the the the the police police police police side side side side some some some some refugees refugees refugees refugees mainly mainly mainly mainly women women women women and and and and children children children children speak speak speak speak of of of of the the the the brutality brutality brutality brutality of of of of the the the the conflict conflict conflict conflict you you you you should should should should update update update update your your your your blog blog blog blog is is is is about about about about a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty dollar dollar dollar dollar twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six year year year year old old old old Sharapova Sharapova Sharapova says says says friends friends friends in in in occupied occupied occupied villages villages villages had had had told told told her her her Russian Russian Russian soldiers soldiers soldiers could could could being being being quiet quiet quiet initially initially initially with with with it it it become become become more more more violent violent violent tools tools tools citizens citizens citizens later later later bought bought bought a a a refugee refugee refugee from from from the the the the the the next next next region region region says says says a a a lot lot lot of of of local local local citizens citizens citizens are are are evacuating evacuating evacuating everybody everybody everybody is is is waiting waiting waiting for for for the the the worst worst worst the the the refugee refugee refugee agency agency agency U. U. U. N. N. N. H. H. H. C. C. C. R. R. R. says says says around around around four four four point point point three three three million million million people people people have have have left left left Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine since since since Russia Russia Russia launched launched launched its its its invasion invasion invasion on on on Feb Feb Feb twenty twenty twenty four four four more more more than than than half half half have have have gone gone gone to to to potent potent potent I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma
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Nations to release millions of barrels of oil amid war
"Nations nations nations nations from from from from around around around around the the the the world world world world have have have have agreed agreed agreed agreed to to to to release release release release oil oil oil oil from from from from there there there there a a a a merchant merchant merchant merchant see see see see reserves reserves reserves reserves to to to to take take take take aim aim aim aim at at at at rising rising rising rising energy energy energy energy prices prices prices prices the the the the international international international international energy energy energy energy agency agency agency agency says says says says it's it's it's it's thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one member member member member nations nations nations nations have have have have agreed agreed agreed agreed to to to to release release release release a a a a total total total total of of of of one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels over over over over six six six six months months months months that's that's that's that's the the the the largest largest largest largest release release release release in in in in the the the the history history history history of of of of the the the the group group group group half half half half will will will will come come come come from from from from the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. as as as as part part part part of of of of the the the the larger larger larger larger release release release release from from from from its its its its strategic strategic strategic strategic petroleum petroleum petroleum petroleum reserve reserve reserve reserve that that that that president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden announced announced announced announced last last last last week week week week the the the the latest latest latest latest releases releases releases releases from from from from I. I. I. I. EA EA EA EA members members members members or or or or in in in in addition addition addition addition to to to to the the the the nearly nearly nearly nearly sixty sixty sixty sixty three three three three million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels they they they they said said said said they they they they would would would would release release release release last last last last month month month month to to to to ease ease ease ease shortages shortages shortages shortages energy energy energy energy prices prices prices prices which which which which have have have have soared soared soared soared since since since since Russia Russia Russia Russia invaded invaded invaded invaded Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine have have have have fueled fueled fueled fueled inflation inflation inflation inflation worldwide worldwide worldwide worldwide I'm I'm I'm I'm Mike Mike Mike Mike Kempen Kempen Kempen Kempen
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More Americans apply for jobless benefits; layoffs still low
"Unemployment unemployment benefit benefit claims claims rose rose last last week week after after hitting hitting a a half half century century low low some some two two hundred hundred two two thousand thousand Americans Americans file file jobless jobless claims claims last last week week up up fourteen fourteen thousand thousand from from the the week week prior prior which which saw saw the the fewest fewest applications applications since since nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine the the applications applications generally generally tracked tracked the the pace pace of of layoffs layoffs which which remain remain at at historic historic lows lows roughly roughly one one point point three three million million Americans Americans were were collecting collecting jobless jobless aid aid as as of of a a dozen dozen days days ago ago also also the the fewest fewest since since nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine employers employers added added six six hundred hundred seventy seventy eight eight thousand thousand jobs jobs last last month month with with the the unemployment unemployment rate rate falling falling to to three three point point eight eight percent percent this this month's month's data data will will come come out out tomorrow tomorrow Sager Sager made made Ghani Ghani Washington Washington
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UN says over 4 million have fled Ukraine
"The United Nations says over four million people have fled to Ukraine the U. N. refugee agency says more than four million have now fled Ukraine following Russia's invasion a new milestone in the largest refugee crisis in Europe since World War two of those two point three million of antipode and aid workers say the flow has eased in recent days as many people awaited developments in the war an estimated six point five million people have also been displaced from their homes within Ukraine I'm Charles the last month
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Big new California reservoir on track for large federal loan
"A long delayed plan to build a giant lake in northern California it's getting a big boost from the federal government I'm Ben Thomas with the latest the plan is for the reservoir to hold enough water to supply about three million households for a year nearly twice the size of the most recent reservoir built in California so much smaller than some of the state's better known lakes project aims to help the region withstand the west's notorious droughts environmental protection agency says it intends to loan the project nearly two point two billion dollars about half its total cost the project still must clear regulatory steps including an environmental review that's where it's likely to face strong opposition from environmental groups say the project will divert too much water from the Sacramento River reservoir would flood what's left of the town of science which now has just a handful of residents it's nestled in a valley of the coastal range mountains in rural Colusa county I'm Ben Thomas
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U.S. first-time and continuing jobless claims decline in latest week
"Latest numbers fewer Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week the labor department reports jobless claims fell by fifteen thousand to two hundred and fourteen thousand first time applications for jobless aid generally tracked the pace of layoffs the four week average of claims which smooths out weekly volatility also continues downward in total a little more than one point four million Americans for collecting jobless aid the week that ended March fifth that's a fifty year low earlier this month the government reported employers added six hundred and seventy eight thousand jobs in February as the unemployment rate dropped to three point eight percent U. S. businesses posted a near record eleven point three million job openings in January Ben
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Ukraine's child refugees a huge challenge for host countries
"According to figures released by UNICEF children account for about half of the more than three million Ukrainians who fled the country trees bordering Ukraine Poland Hungary Slovakia Romania and Moldova body century to seemingly unending flow of refugees and the authorities of facing the additional monumental task of providing long term mental cat to traumatize Ukrainian children over the past twenty days an average of fifty five children have been fleeing every minute a friend unlikely to change as Russian forces continue their advance new arrivals are expected to overwhelm underfunded and poorly managed schools in tiny Moldova but also incredibly affluent Poland I'm Charles Taylor that's my
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US job openings at near record, adding to price pressures
"U. S. businesses posted a near record level of open jobs in January the labor department says employers posted eleven point three million jobs at the end of January that's down slightly from the record of eleven point four million in December the trend is help push up workers pay and added to inflationary pressures in the country average hourly pay increase just over five percent last month compared to a year ago a rapid gain that forces companies to either become more efficient or raise prices to offset their higher labor costs in some industries like restaurants large pay gains for workers have driven up menu prices I'm surely after
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Sandy Hook families settle for $73 million with gunmaker Remington
"Some families of the sandy hook elementary school shooting agreed to a seventy three million dollar lawsuit settlement with gun maker Remington twenty first graders and six educators were killed in twenty twelve when Adam Lanza opened fire with a Bushmaster A. R. fifteen style rifle at the Connecticut school the families of nine victims and one survivor announced the multi million dollar settlement Tuesday with lawyer Josh will cost cough what is more dangerous than any industry believing that they can do whatever they want if profit is the only motive but they have no skin in the game no responsibility to families of people injured Nicole Hockley who lost her six year old son Dylan says she hopes this makes gun manufacturers more accountable by facing and finally being penalized for the impact of their work gun companies along with the insurance and banking industries that enable them will
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This year's Super Bowl attracted more than 112 million viewers, up 14% from last year
"The TV ratings for the Super Bowl are up from last year I marches are a letter with the latest an estimated one hundred twelve point three million people saw the Los Angeles rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday according to the Nielsen company that breaks down to ninety nine point two million from NBC viewers one point nine million on Telemundo and eleven point two million streaming last year's Superbowl had an audience of ninety six point four million from the CBS broadcast and streaming which was the lowest for a Super Bowl in fifteen years
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NFL divisional round averages record 38.2 million viewers
"Football football football football scored scored scored scored big big big big with with with with TV TV TV TV viewers viewers viewers viewers over over over over the the the the weekend weekend weekend weekend and and and and that that that that meant meant meant meant a a a a big big big big ratings ratings ratings ratings spike spike spike spike Sunday's Sunday's Sunday's clash clash clash between between between the the the Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Bills Bills Bills and and and Kansas Kansas Kansas City City City Chiefs Chiefs Chiefs had had had more more more drama drama drama than than than many many many Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl matchups matchups matchups and and and the the the ratings ratings ratings reflected reflected reflected that that that Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen reports reports reports the the the game game game drew drew drew nearly nearly nearly forty forty forty three three three million million million TV TV TV viewers viewers viewers most most most for for for any any any events events events since since since the the the last last last Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl that that that game game game capped capped capped a a a big big big NFL NFL NFL weekend weekend weekend with with with all all all four four four playoff playoff playoff games games games averaging averaging averaging just just just over over over thirty thirty thirty eight eight eight million million million viewers viewers viewers on on on TV TV TV and and and digital digital digital viewing viewing viewing that that that it's it's it's up up up twenty twenty twenty percent percent percent over over over last last last year's year's year's numbers numbers numbers and and and Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen says says says it's it's it's the the the best best best ever ever ever for for for the the the NFL's NFL's NFL's divisional divisional divisional round round round of of of playoffs playoffs playoffs I'm I'm I'm Oscar Oscar Oscar wells wells wells Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel
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Taliban talks in Oslo enter last day with bilateral format
"Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama and and and and western western western western diplomats diplomats diplomats diplomats are are are are holding holding holding holding a a a a bilateral bilateral bilateral bilateral meeting meeting meeting meeting with with with with Norwegian Norwegian Norwegian Norwegian government government government government officials officials officials officials focused focused focused focused largely largely largely largely on on on on the the the the humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian situation situation situation situation in in in in Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanistan the the the the three three three three days days days days of of of of north north north north of of of of Geneva Geneva Geneva Geneva have have have have included included included included multi multi multi multi lateral lateral lateral lateral talks talks talks talks with with with with western western western western diplomats diplomats diplomats diplomats the the the the E. E. E. E. U. U. U. U. the the the the US US US US Britain Britain Britain Britain France France France France Italy Italy Italy Italy and and and and hosts hosts hosts hosts No No No No Way Way Way Way now now now now bilateral bilateral bilateral bilateral talks talks talks talks with with with with all all all all parties parties parties parties including including including including independent independent independent independent humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian organizations organizations organizations organizations are are are are taking taking taking taking place place place place aid aid aid aid groups groups groups groups and and and and international international international international agencies agencies agencies agencies estimate estimate estimate estimate about about about about twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three million million million million people people people people more more more more than than than than half half half half the the the the country country country country face face face face severe severe severe severe hunger hunger hunger hunger and and and and nearly nearly nearly nearly nine nine nine nine million million million million are are are are on on on on the the the the brink brink brink brink of of of of starvation starvation starvation starvation the the the the U. U. U. U. N. N. N. N. has has has has managed managed managed managed to to to to provide provide provide provide some some some some liquidity liquidity liquidity liquidity and and and and allowed allowed allowed allowed the the the the Taliban Taliban Taliban Taliban administration administration administration administration to to to to pay pay pay pay for for for for imports imports imports imports including including including including electricity electricity electricity electricity I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles the the the the last last last last month month month month
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Showdown over masks in schools
"The the the the debate debate debate debate over over over over masking masking masking masking children children children children in in in in schools schools schools schools is is is is heating heating heating heating up up up up across across across across the the the the country country country country Arizona's Arizona's Arizona's Arizona's Republican Republican Republican Republican governor governor governor governor Doug Doug Doug Doug Ducey Ducey Ducey Ducey suing suing suing suing the the the the by by by by did did did did administration administration administration administration over over over over its its its its demand demand demand demand the the the the state state state state stop stop stop stop sending sending sending sending millions millions millions millions in in in in federal federal federal federal code code code code relief relief relief relief money money money money to to to to schools schools schools schools that that that that don't don't don't don't have have have have mass mass mass mass apartments apartments apartments apartments or or or or that that that that close close close close due due due due to to to to outbreaks outbreaks outbreaks outbreaks this this this this comes comes comes comes after after after after the the the the treasury treasury treasury treasury department department department department demanded demanded demanded demanded to to to to see see see see either either either either restructure restructure restructure restructure the the the the one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and sixty sixty sixty sixty three three three three million million million million dollar dollar dollar dollar program program program program or or or or face face face face a a a a repayment repayment repayment repayment demand demand demand demand in in in in Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Republican Republican Republican Republican governor governor governor governor Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn young young young young kids kids kids kids says says says says he's he's he's he's confident confident confident confident his his his his administration administration administration administration will will will will win win win win a a a a court court court court battle battle battle battle over over over over his his his his executive executive executive executive order order order order allowing allowing allowing allowing parents parents parents parents to to to to opt opt opt opt out out out out of of of of school school school school mask mask mask mask mandates mandates mandates mandates for for for for their their their their children children children children but but but but he he he he advised advised advised advised parents parents parents parents to to to to listen listen listen listen to to to to their their their their principal principal principal principal until until until until the the the the court court court court issues issues issues issues its its its its ruling ruling ruling ruling meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile experts experts experts experts still still still still stressed stressed stressed stressed mask mask mask mask wearing wearing wearing wearing CDC CDC CDC CDC director director director director Rochelle Rochelle Rochelle Rochelle Wolinsky Wolinsky Wolinsky Wolinsky we we we we are are are are still still still still recommending recommending recommending recommending public public public public indoor indoor indoor indoor masking masking masking masking the the the the again again again again cases cases cases cases are are are are still still still still well well well well higher higher higher higher than than than than the the the the threshold threshold threshold threshold to to to to start start start start thinking thinking thinking thinking about about about about taking taking taking taking out out out out some some some some of of of of those those those those measures measures measures measures I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
"three million" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The finger. What? They're calling the wrong way. He says we're going to wrong way. Thank you. Thanks a lot. Terrific. Thank you Get going in the wrong direction. Going to kill somebody. You're going the wrong way. As you know where we're going on. I just need to replace that. What? You're going to kill everyone? Yes. I was looking for it under that. What I used to call it. Oh, yeah. Well, see Shawn Shawn's revenge for booby trap like Montezuma's revenge. Uh, But here the latest Joey I just Again as we were saying, if we didn't think this would be the top story every day, the 1500 Americans are dying, and it is almost one party exclusively. That is killing them. You just wouldn't believe it, but they jumped on the jobs numbers, right? And daily edge tweets. Trump lost three million jobs in four years, Biden has created 4.3 million jobs in seven months. Biden has already created 7.3 million more jobs than Trump ever did. I mean, clearly it's this Delta variant and exclusively to become the statistics. It's trump voters aren't getting vaccinated, causing not just this next surge, but the obviously the economic impact that goes with it all of it, and in any way, say both sides do it or this is in any way. Biden's fault is just insane. Okay, I I have mentioned that Children are the future and basically not just Children, immature people that are spamming the Texas abortion tip line on Twitter people posted screenshots of other fake tips. One user sarcastically reported he wanted to retroactively abort his 30 year old son, who apparently won't leave the house. Well, Oh,.
"three million" Discussed on KCRW
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"three million" Discussed on KTOK
"That, he says. The Pancetta County Sheriff's Office got a call about 3 30 Friday morning about a possible missing aircraft. The wreckage was found about an hour later. The crash victims have been identified as 35 year old Derek Sutherland of ADA, who was the pilot and 30 year Old Dakota abbot of ADA, the State Health Department today reporting another 300 new Covid 19 cases in Oklahoma and another 10 deaths. Dr David Chancel at Integris Health says Not enough people are vaccinated. The numbers are starting to go up in the state. Oklahoma is second in the country in new cases, and it's going to become part of our lexicon here moving forward, he says. The best way to prevent variance from spreading is to increase vaccination rates, he says. Fewer people getting sick means fewer chances. The virus can replicate. The Johnston County Sheriff's office has shut down a massive illegal marijuana grow operations south of Coleman. Sheriff Gary Dodd says Deputy seized 20,000 marijuana plants worth up to $60 million He says the grow operation was Chinese owned and operated and at the proceeds were likely being funneled to the Asian Mafia. The White House cheering the latest jobs numbers for the month of June. Brian Dese is the White House economic adviser. Obviously a strong and encouraging jobs report today. 850,000 jobs created last month that takes us to more than three million jobs. Created since the president took office, he says employers are paying higher wages with average Our late earnings up by 3.6% Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Basara came to Oklahoma yesterday to mark the first day of Medicaid expansion. Tulsa World, says he met with health care.
"three million" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions
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"three million" Discussed on Tessa and Elliot Argue
"Christmas in july marathon with a brand new holiday movie. And i feel like we've just fucking talked about this like two weeks ago but i know it was a year ago but cut damn i guess. July comes around every. don't usually they. They say the wagon usually they say how many christmas movies they premier. Oh i wonder if they're going to have cova. Christmas stories probably is kinda crazy. How quickly we just like now like once. We started going back to normal. It's like we're done. We're done like in ohio. Where it's totally like max masks off dick's l. Matt mask a matt. Max capacity at restaurants. At least oh yeah. Oh everything's back to normal and we have really low cases now too so yeah. I'm fine with it. Still no vaccine million for us though not shocked fordham in arrested for shooting target truck as in like the department store claims. Well there was a target on it. Yeah i was confused. Thought was deer also. The mayor has several face tattoos in his picture. So math teeth math. No i don't can't tell he's not smiling not smiling but a lot of face tattoos. How what would it take to get a face tattoo. Nothing now there's nothing i can do. I guess there's nothing anybody could do to convince you to get a face to doesn't could do it for you. Want anything on my face. I don't want to face that to either. But if someone's like i'll give you five million dollars to get a face to okay. Fine money money i would do it for five million. Yeah for high million. Probably do it. For what's the lowest oughta money would do it for two million. I don't see it two million. I think you still have to work a little. Three million. Yeah i think that's about the sweet spot. Tax-free three million and untaxed thrilling untaxed. two million. I might take your dollars. Plus taxes paid for if five million taxed two million if untaxed.
"three million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The Republican counter offer totals around $1 Trillion, with an emphasis on what West Virginia Republican Shelley Moore Capito calls visible infrastructure. The frustration for me is the way still a bit narrative stuff. President Biden has lowered his proposal to $1.7 trillion, but the top line figure is not the only sticking point. Republicans want to repurpose unspent covert relief funding to cover much of the cost. The White House challenges the amount of relief dollars actually available. Jared Halpern Fox News. The winners have a massive Powerball jackpot in a small western Maryland town of finally claim their prize. A $731 million jackpots been won by a group calling themselves the power pack. They picked the winning numbers back on January. 20th. The group who wants to remain anonymous, has claimed the lump sum of $546.8 million, which, after taxes drops to roughly 367 million. They plan to use the money to take care of their families and the community. The prize is the largest in Maryland lottery's history. Really fun. Double drama l and double from a l dot com Howard University is announced It will name its newly reestablished College of Fine Arts after famed alum Chadwick Boseman, the Black Panther's star who died of cancer last year at 43 graduated from Howard in 2000. He rose to prominence playing a succession of black icons and biographical films, including Jackie Robinson, James Brown and Thurgood Marshall. Checking your money. The Dow futures are up 135 points at this hour. The NASDAQ futures down 44 up next Graphic and weather on w m. A L UNDERSTANDING Washington More than three million next.
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"three million" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Kirk backdoor one up approaching the house now lady coming up to the door suspect stretched out on onto van. The radio young fellow is looking in the corner. Young girls off from this local here is identifying alex of in culver city. I i like to express for him off funny. He's him and even curious why we're picking him up. You know why. We're here. But if i were being arrested at least ask why that's important piece of evidence. He knows he's committed crimes. Not even ask him young lady his wife. No i was just talking to her. That's his sister-in-law seems his wife works talk later about the two youngsters over here. Hey belong to him. Now he's the father of two children holding. Somehow he doesn't fit the crime. Nice looking well-dressed could be the young fellow the live next door here. He is for house ready to go. If i don't seem right. We had the suspect in custody having backed up for our car right up in front surgeon perkins detective. Walter will sit in the back with a prisoner. Appreciate very much for your cooperation. Your ring on that deal would make you sir my pleasure. Thank you lieutenant. We can help anytime this okay conversation on. Why don't you think about what's happened sparking. You know why we're down here just as well as we. We wouldn't have that pick you out of three million people the county of los angeles. We didn't know what we were doing. You know then. Why don't you tell us i can. Well imagine there's only. There's only one thing that i could possibly imagine what it would be. A can't imagine it could be that. What is it that you imagine. Why don't you tell me if you know why we're down here. Why don't you tell us we've heard.
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"three million" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
"When you're listening to the podcast the ads. You here are dynamically placed into the podcast breaking illusion right now. Joey yes definitely but they can figure this out of their own after all right. So what about these current events to all right so there's been a big facebook leak personal data from five hundred thirty three million facebook accounts including mark zuckerberg's on account was leaked recently. This data set was scraped by exploiting of vulnerability which had already been fixed and twenty nineteen and formation such as phone.
"three million" Discussed on KTRH
"Recently and was quite startled. The CEO, too. Concentration in the atmosphere is higher than it's been in three million years. Okay, it's 400. Although 15 past familiar measure for you know they've been able to deduce the numbers way back then, and I wondered about the temperature the temperature is going up. And so, um, um and I looked at Looked at Some of the predictions. It's not higher than three million years right now. But it's going up rapidly and Um, the models. Climate change models can make predictions of what the temperature will be in 2100, okay? And I found that its 4.5 degrees C higher than then. Now, okay, that if if, if The greenhouse gasses are unabated if we don't if we don't do anything to control them. It's that much of a rise in temperature. Consist higher than we've ever been in. In a million years. Okay, so that means that If the models right and that's the question Then by 2180. The Earth will be entering a period It hasn't been in one million years. And that was a bit of a stop when I when I figured that out, Okay, so okay, we can say that. Um Okay. Well, we don't think that, um Climate changes.
Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"three million" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Brady will be under center first intend from his Buccaneer 24 point him in the back field. Now, Brady stand straight up, looks over three million Green Bay Defensive line gets the snap hands often run by forehead over the left tackle past 25. He's up near the 28, with a gain of five will say, Kurt on first. Down for the Bucks. Just keep talking about. I need to see something from the Packers defensive line. We need somebody to win quickly up there. Zero Za'darius Smith to make one of his impact plays in the backfield for this Packer's defense it if they're gonna get back into this football game as of now, the attempted the Buccaneers a really having their way up front and winning that battle most of the time. 32nd down five under center from his 20 against the snap. Hands off. It's for net breaks a tackle in the backfield running laterally in the 30 high steps it over to the far side. 35 runs into his own sideline into the bench to the 38 Yard line of the Buccaneers. A good looking run by Leonard for Net picks up nine curtain first down for Tampa Bay. That was almost one of those opportunities Kenny Carter got in there. Had his hands on the jersey of Leonard four net, but just not enough to pull them down. Born. It turns on the speed gets outside picks up the first down clunkers in 8 14. 3rd quarter I'm bring you will be under center white jerseys, charcoal colored pants snap spin on 1st and 10 from his own 38 winds up long watching spiral passed down the far sideline in completed the green Bay 25 down the far sideline. Right in front of Bruce Arians, right in front of that bucket here bench across the way in complete, it'll be second down in 10 bases has the active here you want from the top brands you love whether you're placing all.
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"Kind of hell to both sides of the aisle. Police a Brady Fox News. The battle for control of the U. S. Senate hinges on to run off elections tomorrow in Georgia over three million early voted, But the state's election manager, Gabriel Sterling, is concerned that President Trump's claims of voter fraud will prevent others from turning out. You care about You know the values and directions Nation you want to see it is your Obligation to turn out and vote tomorrow. BU Democrat or Republican. He also defends the state's election integrity after the president's weekend phone call with the Georgia secretary of state who rejected his suggestion that more than enough fraudulent votes could be found to overturn the November results. Both the president and president elect a rallying in Georgia today. For the Senate candidates. Meantime, another election related lawsuit is tossed out by a federal judge. The lawsuit filed by two Republican Wisconsin lawmakers and other groups sought to nullify election results in Wisconsin, Arizona, Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania. President elect Biden flipped all five states after President Trump carried them in 2016. The lawsuit alleged a Kabbalah public private partnerships illegally conspired to prevent the president from winning those battleground states. It also sought to have state legislatures approved the certification of election result. It's the judge ruling. The plaintiff's argument rests on a fundamental and obvious misreading of the constitution, adding, It is not a stretch to find a serious lack of good faith here. Steve Rap ACCORD Fox News election anxiety getting part of the blame for a sell off on Wall Street's first trading day of the year. The Dow down 382 points, though it had been even worse during the session, the S and P and the NASDAQ also sliding more than 1%. As covert cases keep rising over 85 a half million worldwide in the U. S. Now nearly 353,000 Deaths. Britain's prime minister announcing a new national lockdown through at least mid February as.