26 Burst results for "Tim Draper"

"tim draper" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on Unchained

"And the early days we were all eager to help accelerate the adoption, the usage of bitcoin. So we were using it everywhere we could. And so I have not gone back to calculate how expensive those diapers actually. But, but it was, I was I was, I was the price went up and I was the point where anytime you make five ten x on an investment in a short period of time, you know, it's smart, take money off the table, but I was still very, very excited about the potential for for bitcoin. I think that one time I started to appreciate the potential for. Matches cross border payments. You know. Leger use cases of blockchain, and it was around the time that the initial kind of class or cohort of companies started getting forms by entrepreneurs that were actually back because prior to that, a lot of people running around not even forming entities, just kind of rolling out products. And I decided that it's selling the bitcoin. I would actually use the bitcoin to invest in these companies and so at the time. So my first investment was in coin lab, which was Peter vestments company and was the was the first company that Tim Draper invested into. And I was very worried about reputational risk, and I was running second market, and I knew that having Tim Draper being the the first guy to write a check into the company of the whole bitcoin thing imploded it would be Tim, Tim's name that got solid, not mind. So that was the first check I wrote. And then the next one was probably pay Tony, Stephen, they were living in separate cities. They. Had not yet quit their day jobs to go full time a bit pay. So put some money into bit pay, and then probably coin base was next. That was one, Brian was coming out of out of Wiessee, and so that was kind of the next phase. It was okay moving from bitcoin into investing into the companies. And the idea was one, this really important in order for big going to be successful. You have to have the wallets exchanges and you have to have the Mercer processors. But also it was a way for me to diversify out of bitcoin, but stay exposed. And the thinking of the time was bitcoin is not being the winner. And at the time I don't think there was really anything else pick when I'm not being the winter..

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"tim draper" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on KOMO

"Van Cise our editor Bill o.'neil headlines there's a delay in the Bank, and. Tax fraud trial of President Trump's former campaign chairman prosecutors were expected to rest their. Case against Paul Manafort today but the judge and lawyers from both sides have been meeting and so far that's been delayed the key backer of a measure to divide California into three states is giving up the fight venture capitalist Tim Draper says he's dropping the push to split the Golden State to state supreme court knocked the measure out of the November ballot. Why there are still so few minority women CEO's a question that continues to be asked in the year two thousand. Eighteen with a closer look we turn. To the Washington Post Jenna McGregor spoke with komo's Bill o.'neil Jenna, PepsiCo's coming change at the top is really shed some new light on this topic and the, company's outgoing CEO has some really interesting insights into all of. This injure knee DC oh at PepsiCo company. Announced this week that she will be stepping down there will be a changing of the, guard in October and surprise surprise is going, to replace her that seems to happen very often and so I think it caused a lot of people pick closer rock at how few female. E. ers and even fewer minority females CEO's there are running large companies, today. In America there was there a particular reason or a thread when it comes to. Minority women in particular having a tougher time getting into the big chair so to speak Complicated there aren't. A lottery and the first one. That people point to is just the lack of of women coming up and staying at the company era phrase it's often. Described as the leaky pipeline but I think it's a. Lot more complicated, than that and there there are many other? Tractors play one for example, is there some really good research. Has been done about the need at the very top of, companies, for people to not just have a mentor basically somebody who's helping. You with advice but a sponsor somebody who really advocate on your. Behalf and no surprise people tend. To pick sponsors people they're willing. To go to bat for who look like them and so tell there are four minority women at the top the feeling is that. That key sponsorship relationship is missing now that's said are there any signs of progress at all any hopeful signs as we we kind of look, at this it's hard to tell because while there are more women That and. More minority women coming into business and reading certain point once you get to that pentacle. Once you get to the really top, the numbers don't look that different. They're fairly steady and. In fact depending on how you look at it some say there are actually fewer women years at the top when you're looking at the fortune five hundred. But there's there's not a lot of, movement unfortunately so of course what if anything can minority women in particular do as they climb the. Corporate, ladder to, improve those chances of landing the big job it's a good question there's also some research we talk about in a story where one of the, issues that people have when they're trying, to get that top job is it's not just about performance it's not. Just about that's table stakes you. Have to be good at your job you have to be a good leader but you also have to build those relationships. And people have to trust you and people have can. No you and, understandably minority women minority men and women themselves? Often feel a little bit, if I share too much of. Myself I've actually go to reinforce that I'm a little Different than. The white male, dominant culture that's in the company and, so being, willing to open yourself up a little bit but really you know this is a problem that, falls to, everyone and particularly the white men, who. Are in power, it's more about what can they do that's Jennifer Gregor read more online at Washington Post dot com and the interview with komo's Bill? O.'neil keeping tabs on. Work emails after hours is having a costly effect ABC's Dave Schreiber on the story research done by Virginia Tech show's checking work E mail after hours can make you and your. Significant other anxious more than one hundred. Employees who worked at least thirty hours a. Week their significant others and their managers, were monitored in the study workers knowing that they were expected to be available on Email all the. Time caused increased anxiety and also cut down on their significant others relationship satisfaction and had. Negative health consequences on both partners Dave, Schreiber ABC news still coming up. On KOMO doesn't Make sense to pay. Off your student loan debt using your credit card I'm herb Weisbaum with the answer we'll have that in six minutes right now. Update on KOMO AAA traffic and we'll do that for you. In just, a moment, but we need to talk money news the propel insurance money update because it's been a negative, territory all day long the Dow down. Two hundred one points now nearing the clothes and the NASDAQ. Fifty three points lower with the s., and p. five hundred down twenty one four women who used to. Work, for Nike filed a federal lawsuit against the company alleging at violated state, and US equal pay laws and foster work environment that allowed sexual harassment the Oregonian reporting the suit filed in Portland is among the first, to hit Nike, following complaints earlier this year of pay disparities and, bad managers Nike responded by getting rid of at least eleven executives eight former supervisors and safety officers at a Kentucky coal company have pleaded not guilty in federal court to charges they rigged. Dust monitoring and underground mines an indictment alleges the Armstrong Kohl officials ordered workers to. Remove dust sampling equipment and place it in clean. Air portions of the mind to get more desirable readings, money news at twenty and fifty past every hour here on KOMO news by for traffic.

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New Mexico, Mike Pence and Tim Draper discussed on Brett Winterble

Brett Winterble

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

New Mexico, Mike Pence and Tim Draper discussed on Brett Winterble

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"tim draper" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Brings up her own party including taking on President Trump over immigration. He asked Santa sauce county supervisor. Kristin Olsen lead the assembly Republicans for about a year and until last fall was vice chair of the state GOP party until stepping down. Amid some criticism from conservative activists. We will talk to her about that and where the state GOP is headed. Why she thinks maybe the party leaders need to take a more measured approach on issues ranging from immigration, maybe even taxes. We'll talk to her about that. Maybe we'll say, maybe we'll see. Well, I, of course it's been a busy week. I am back from vacation, gallivanting bordering, and I want to say guy and should have a gallivanting drinking game every time. One of us, you know, gallivanting we have to drink. Okay well I. Just want to, say I guy. Marzorati, Katie, or did a great job filling in. For me while I was, gone and, again can't come back in the news just doesn't it doesn't stop we're waiting for. That lull that's, summer law, it's never going to happen But I. Guess the depending on where you sit the good or bad news is that California at least for the time being, is going to stay as one St. breaking up his. Heart to do yes indeed the three California's ballot measure, which, was sort of the brainchild of Tim Draper the venture. Capitalist who originally thought of splitting the state into six parts that didn't make the ballot and twenty, sixteen but this one did the break it up into three and there were some problems because they're a critic said, hey you can't do that by initiatives simply by collecting, signatures? The constitution requires two. Thirds of the legislature to weigh in on that before. And lo, and behold the state supreme court today by, this week by six to nothing. Boat agreed that there were some, big questions there and so they took it off, the ballot. Four. Now, right so this could return it's sort of an interesting one because it doesn't seem I mean clearly he got hundreds of thousands of, signatures so some folks may support it I. Think within the. Political class there's a lot. Of opposition and. But there's not you know I, think a big appetite to spend a bunch of, money on Going going to battle, right well right I think he might have spent more than happy but there was a very, tiny little campaign against, it and they filed this lawsuit against it and lo and. Behold they gotta toss off the ballot and it does to me it. Raises questions mean California has such a robust initiative direct democracy system Robust. Yeah it's powerful and it seems like there ought, to be some automatic kind of mechanism to really scrutinize ballot measures for the legality of the, constitutionality before we go, through all this process of putting it on the ballot and. Having a fight over it I mean sometimes you see these things get Thrown out after their past which is really kind of annoying I think both, sides heated debate in this case that's what Draper. Wanted, to, see, right he said let the voters way and then we can talk about the legal questions I mean I'm not a lawyer but it seems like it's a pretty significant change to the state if you were to split it up into three that would. Be a, revision to abolish the constitution yeah So that's been I I would say big news a big talker but on substance yeah I, think everyone agreed the chances of the hurdles that. Legal Past even if it had passed congress would have had to approve it, and of? Course, that, would, have meant three states four new US senators from this part of the country which is kind of a, roll the dice you know yeah I I I have a hard time politically..

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California high court orders proposal to split up state removed from November ballot

Programming

03:58 min | 2 years ago

California high court orders proposal to split up state removed from November ballot

"Past the hour press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the White House is. Still weighing an offer from Russian President Vladimir Putin to. Allow US the US access to Russians accused of election meddling in exchange Putin wants Russian interviews of Americans accused, by the, Kremlin of unspecified crimes President Donald Trump called. The proposal on incredible offer on Monday Sanders says. Trump's still, weighing it with this team adding quote we've committed to nothing lawmakers have. Urged, President, Trump to reject, that deal Meanwhile President Donald Trump's claiming no American president has been as. Tough on Russia as he has been amid ongoing criticism of that Helsinki summit Trump asserted it at. The end of cabinet. Meeting on. Wednesday thank. You very much appreciate, it thank you Is. Russia's still. Targeting president Thank you very much Doing very. Well doing very well we're doing very well probably as well as anybody has. Ever done with Russia and there's been no president ever as tough as I. Have been on Russia all you have to do is. Look at the numbers look. At what we've, done look at, sanctions look at ambassador's, not there look unfortunately at what. Happened in Syria recently I think President Putin. Knows that better than anybody. Certainly a lot, better than the, media he understands, it, and he's not happy about it He shouldn't be happy about it because there's never been a president as tough. On, Russia as special counsel Robert Muller's indicted twelve Russian intelligence officers accusing them of hacking into, the Clinton presidential campaign and the Democratic. Party Meanwhile Russian, embassy officials are set to me with the Siberian gun rights activists jailed in Washington on. Charges of spying on the US the embassy. Says officials will meet with Maria Bettina today for, the first time since her arrest on Sunday the, twenty nine year old denies wrongdoing Beryl prosecutors have accused. Of, being a covert Russian agent having contacts with the KGB successor agency FC FSB and using. Sex, and deception to forge influential US connections, now measure that would divide California into three parts, will not go, before voters on the. November. Ballot this after, a state supreme court decision it marks the. Latest defeat for a long shot pushed the reimagined the nation's most populous state the justices. Said significant questions have been raised about its validity Venture. Capitalist Tim Draper who spent more than one point seven million dollars on the Cal free initiative has tried for. Years, to split the state arguing it's become ungovernable because of its size wealth disparities and geographic, diversity speaking of well anyway Facebook CEO. Mark Zuckerberg he's, backtracking after saying he finds holocaust denial deeply offensive he's backtracking after seeing it finds offensive. But he doesn't believe that such content should. Be banned from Facebook sucker who's Jewish set in, an interview published Wednesday things are things that people, get wrong adding he doesn't think they're intentionally getting it. Wrong, he's talking about holocaust deniers here of course the remarks sparked criticism including from the Anti-Defamation. League, which said in a statement that Facebook, has a moral and ethical obligation not to allow, people to disseminate, holocaust denial on its. Platform. Within hours of, that interview and following the criticism Zuckerberg said He got it wrong speaking attack Jeff Bezos, is blue origin rocket company is shot a. Capsule higher into space than it's ever done. Before the new shepherd rocket blasted. Off Wednesday, from wax west Texas, on the company's latest test, flight once the booster separated the capsule's escape motor fired lifting the spacecraft to an altitude of more than three hundred eighty nine thousand feet or seventy four miles and I understand we were out.

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"tim draper" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The three California's measure from appearing on November's balanced supreme court said, significant questions were raised about the initiatives. Validity that the potential harm in this being on the ballot outweighs the harm. In putting this off to a future election they sided with. An environmental group the, planning and conservation, league said dividing California into three parts would change the structure of government to dramatically venture capitalist Tim Draper, got enough signatures to qualify the measure for the ballot. And he said it. Was inappropriate. To keep the decision from? The voters the court said it would rule at a later time on whether or not the measure is even constitutional, Jessica Rosenthal Fox News they'll Delfi has tax on soda and. Other sugary drinks upheld today. As the state's highest court rejected a challenge by merchants and the beverage industry the court ruled the one point five cent per ounce. Tax is aimed at distributors and dealers and does not illegally. Duplicate another tax Phillies taxes spur Several other cities to implement similar taxes and Omar's. To Jeff Goldblum, in London a giant Jeff Goldblum inflatable now graces the field next to London's iconic tower bridge and. Astounding and, confusing the visitors and locals alike not only the inflatable a replica of his drastic park character Dr Malcolm the larger than life inflatable measures twenty. Five feet in, height it also, depicts the actor lounging. On the grass leaning on his elbow shirt open to show is rather large bare chest yeah But you're scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they, could start to think of the shot it was arrested by sky's subscription service now TV which, is marking twenty five years since Spielberg's. Hit first graced the big screen Nobel white Goldblum and not dinosaur Michelle Pollino Fox News children have been bitten in the waters off. New York's fire island and what appears to be, shark attacks the beaches closed as the police investigate Lisa lacerra FOX News. Radio.

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Papa John's founder accuses media agency of trying to extort him for $6 million

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Papa John's founder accuses media agency of trying to extort him for $6 million

"Blitz after the news break about American talk to Tim Draper venture capital investor regarding the California split, California. Three it's on the ballot with he'll tell you the status of all that learn what's next The company we work which basically rents out office. Space but it's a massive company, all over the country they have banned meet at company events and, they. Won't let employees expense meals that include meat because they want to minimize their carbon footprint Employees who need medical or religious. Allowances, are being referred to? The company's policy team but basically the twenty. Billion dollar office rental company announced that it will no. Longer. Reimburse employees for meals that include red meat poultry or, pork and we'll stop serving meat at all company. Events well what will I do you will not be able to work there that is absolutely true to look for a new job yes How's that going to work now. What, if somebody comes in and goes. Look, hey I've diabetes I'm only employees that need medical or religious allowances are being considered by their, you know so then you will policies going to large-scale large-scale that's a look if you want to reduce your carbon footprint that's, the best way, to do it did it become vegan I've been. Proven, way to do it? That is true better than getting an electric. Car well let's still leaves a huge carbon yeah I. Know So the companies forward thinking in. That, all right Apparently and. You've been Complaining about this as long. As I've known you urgent care centers are. Over? Prescribing antibiotics study why because people come to urge and care centre and they don't care. What they're diagnosed with they don't care. What the doctor says. They, want an antibiotic okay so. That's every patient visit but what's unique about urgent care is. They have large volumes they have to get through these patients and get to, the more urgent cases urgent care and nothing ends a visit quicker than pulling. Out your prescription pad. That's how you visit so then that is about them not being able to have the time to sit down with the patient and argue explain this is, what this is then, and by the way huge. Liability associated with that let's say they go home and have something. Adverse happens to them, they, turn his, go? See should've prescribed right you have. To document like crazy if you make that choice, is a is a I. Cannot blame. These people, I can't it's a it's a. Problem in the system if we just, get rid of that the tort issue that would go eighty percent. Of the way there, and if we would you know if the doctors Sort, of sort of a judgment had. Meaning in a medical record we would, be really all the way there but we are are means nothing. Anymore just ridiculous I'm, sorry just as bad yeah You heard about. The whole brouhaha over Papa John's founder, saying word well now he says a media agency tried to extort six million dollars, to keep that, inward call quiet, that's crazy it's now clear why Papa John's board of directors asked former chairman John schnatter schnatter to stop talking to the press schnatter. An interview Friday with Louisville. Kentucky CBS station accused media agency. Laundry service of trying to blackmail Papa John's for six million to keep quiet about a made conference. Call in which a founder? Admitted he used the n. word he also told the TV station he was provoked.

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"tim draper" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on No Agenda

"Street journal reporter john kerry rupe isn't surprised theranos founder elizabeth homes now facing federal fraud charges all right now i got before we finish i do have the one thing that is the funniest clip okay this one guy who has refused he still stands by her side tim draper's course our buddy tim draper over here but we know it was kind of a funny jolly wacky i liked him like he's like he's like anthony robbins with some goofy but also goofball he does when he gives us speed gives a little species than he has a rap tune now he's a let's get social kind of guy yeah so here he is on cnbc everybody's jaw has dropped by se starts talking by the way when he starts going into this this is a this is a integrates two minutes but it's tim defending her and defending the silicon valley ethos claiming the government's out to get the entrepreneurs and although he's a democrat and you know it's a lot of this make a lot of sense what he's saying but he's saying it anyway here we go all right tim the last time we spoke with you a couple of years ago you roundly defended elizabeth holmes the founder of theranos the sec has now accused that company of massive fraud you said people were just going after her shoes woman she was the victim of a witchhunt suggested the wall street journal guy who uncovered all this was incompetent are are you willing to admit that you're wrong about this one absolutely not i feel that we have taken down another great icon this woman was claimed to be when she was nineteen years old and she said i'm going to transform healthcare as we know it and she got bullied into submission and i think this has been a real this is not what i'm here because america's made mary thing are you talking i'm trying million dollars went into theranos investment in the league look what you bitch created as ing and now it's worthless amazing opportunity now to have invented degrees why is it worthless it's worthless because this this writer was like a badger going after like a hyena going after and and then it became a bigger and bigger thing i mean this was this sort of thing it was great vision and it was a great team knowledge tim the sec i think if i think you missed the entire point i think you missed the entire point this was if all she had to do was say this was a a beta or whatever and all of us would be using it we'd be loving it but it was i mean he's going up against some very powerful people in the drug companies the ama the the fda all these people she's transforming healthcare somebody goes in and tries to transform healthcare they're going to get attacked in a lot of different directions and she was and this is one of the cases where the entrepreneur was was defeated interesting now here's how i bet that is an interesting statement by draper and i think that the way most investors and that's what i want to focus on what most investors saw is a great idea because you know it's it's creating a better mouse trap because you know giving blood is certainly for people like me i get a woozy i don't want to do a hold my hand press my head down i'm not i don't feel good it'd be fantastic all you need to do in typical silicon valley draper think it's just throwing money at it to miniaturize this shit in a work and you've already got the brand you've got this and i think that they were rushing to make that happen and this is where i i look at this a little differently and remember i started with these assholes you know filling up our streets with these bullcrap bikes and scooters first of all homes are self comes from a very what used to be one of the big rich families in america and this is one of the families that kind of squandered that wealth and that started really with her her great grandfather win the wealth start to go away and they if you look at our history they just did dumb things and you know lost their money but there was always this hope this family hope that you know the venturi we'll we'll bring it back and then we had elizabeth who dropped out of stanford at nineteen what does that freshman freshman freshman freshman her first investor do you know her first investor was.

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Protective order obtained for Marvel magnate Stan Lee

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Protective order obtained for Marvel magnate Stan Lee

"Kabc news live and local at four thirty i'm john wolf the initiative to split california into three separate say has qualified enough signatures member ballot however opponents aren't that worried james ross tells i think it's like shooting fish barrel thanks wrong with this measure that steve vaguely oh longtime democratic party consultant and spokesman for one california even know that small states like rhode island have massive problems massive budget deficits corruption so being a smaller state doesn't make your government any more efficient tim draper wrote the initiative and says citizens of the whole estate would be better served by three smaller state governments while preserving the historical boundaries of counties cities and towns james rowe haas kabc news secretary of state mike pompeo says he's confident that us talks with north korea will resume sometime in the next week us senator james langford republican from oklahoma speaks about president trump's tweet the north korea's not a threat anymore prisoners being optimistic and i think it just is nature that he walks in hasn't an expect everyone is gonna live up to their part of the deal he's been pretty clear in previous negotiations whether it be trade or other things he walks in optimistic he assumes everyone keeps their word if they change then he responds pretty rapidly to say hey you broke the deal and flips everything back over and it almost sounds reminiscent of the last days of casey kasem questions surrounding the business affairs of comic book legend stan lee escalated today when he obtained a temporary restraining order against the man he insisted just days ago was his sole partner and business manager the ninety five year old lead man behind characters such as spider man tastic for iron man black panther requested the order against k of morgan the court documents alleging that morgan is isolated leave from his family and other associates moving him out of his home earlier this month and into a condominium and just when it looked like disney was going to buy twenty first century fox for a mere fifty two billion comcast is offering to ante up sixty.

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3 Californias? Radical proposal to split state clears hurdle

24 Hour News

01:04 min | 2 years ago

3 Californias? Radical proposal to split state clears hurdle

"Korean peninsula military people president are trump not happy also caught that allies the war off games guard by are suspended saying he there would stop obviously the us south korean considerably war more games conservative here's than don is the kirk in liberal singapore government of president moon military people us military are not happy people that are the war games shocked and surprised are suspended the president there said another obviously summit maybe needed considerably voters more in california conservative than in november the liberal will decide government whether of president the giants moon state us should military be split people up the are cow three shocked initiative and surprised calls the president for splitting said another california summit into maybe three needed states voters in southern california california in november northern will decide california whether the and giants just plain state california should according be split to cal yup three spokeswoman the cow petty three granted initiative nothing calls has been for splitting done as california far as breaking into it up three by states partisan southern lines we california know that california northern has california great diversity of and political just plain california thought and that would according be a to each cal of three those spokeswoman new states petty granted to form nothing their own has state been government done as the far proposal as breaking is it being up by pushed by partisan silicon lines valley we billionaire know that california tim draper has great and diversity has just received of political the required thought signatures and to that put would it be on the a ballot each of you those may have seen new this states on your favorite social to media form their a raccoon own state government capturing the proposal the attention is of being pushed the by people silicon of saint valley paul minnesota billionaire tim after draper scaling and a just skyscraper received the required twenty signatures two stories to put it and on the ballot taking a nap see this on on a narrow your favorite social window media ledge a.

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"tim draper" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Venture capitalist tim draper radical plan would establish one st around los angeles and split the rest up north and south it would take a lot of hurdle jumping at the judicial state and federal levels agar darris love known for his roles on csi and straight outta compton says he is suing the sheriff's department he says he was racially profiled and taken into custody after a highspeed chase the actor says he was running from his car to get parking validation at the galleria that happened to be at the very moment cops were swarming the parking structure looking for burglary suspects this was last week after a chase by l a sheriff's deputies and the split second did that the police were already behind me say freeze extra jaroslav says he was handcuffed and detained over five hours because he's the same race as the suspects and i'm like i know my guilty you know i know robin i know what i've been doing and i'm telling them and i'm explaining but now they say no he's our guide book love says he insisted he had a solid alibi told the deputies to check security video where he'd been shopping at the galleria says the deputies refused but that lapd cops did check video and that it cleared him day basically went against the word of the share his attorney says they're suing the la sheriff's department for racial profiling craig figure knx ten seventy newsradio we've reached out to the la county sheriff's department they tell us they expect to comment later a nine one one call details the frantic effort to save a life of bodey miller's youngest child it's gut wrenching audio that was released today a woman shouts hurry hurry to an emergency dispatcher a she and others desperately tried to save the life of miller's nineteen month old toddler daughter emmy who fell into a neighbor's pool okay okay okay he breathing a little the dispatcher asks the woman if she's doing cpr or she needs him to coach her through it she says coach me through it plays but then a man says urgently i have a small pulse come on baby girl you got this keishi breeding yet coming out on perry come on paramedics arrived within minutes and continued trying to revive the girl on the way to the.

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"tim draper" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You founded wired magazine has called you the messiah of bitcoin you have also been called the scourge of wall street messiah and scourged you embrace these terms this strong language i'm reminded of a line of oscar wilde's wanna play opened at the abbey theatre got this rousing ovation one man stood up and said you're fraud while stood up and said frankly sir i'm inclined to think you're right but in the face of so much acclaim who are we to disagree thank you patrick byrne and your partner here today is tim draper ladies and gentlemen tim draper and welcome to intelligence squared us your venture capitalist you're the founder of draper associates and and draper university you were an early investor in companies some people may have heard of tesla hotmail skype how does bitcoin compare oh this is bigger than all of those combined this is bigger than the iron age the renaissance it's bigger than the industrial revolution this affects the entire world and it's going to be affected in a faster and more prevalent way than you ever imagine i wish we knew what you really thoughts thank you tim draper and again the team arguing for the motion and with the motion bitcoin is more than a bubble in here to stay we have two great debaters arguing against please i welcome eric posner eric you're an intelligence squared veteran welcome back you're a.

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"tim draper" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To accept bitcoin is a payment method you're also ceo of t zero that's an issue trading platform that you founded wired magazine has called you the messiah of bitcoin you have also been called the scourge of wall street messiah and scourged you embrace these terms this strong language i reminded of a line of oscar wilde's wanna play opened at the abbey theatre got this rousing ovation one man stood up and said you're a fraud while stood up and said frankly sir i'm inclined to think you're right but in the face of so much acclaim who are we to disagree thank you patrick barron and your partner here today is tim draper ladies and gentlemen tim draper and welcome to intelligence squared us your venture capitalist you're the founder of draper associates and andrey per university you were an early investor in companies some people may have heard of tesla hotmail skype how does bitcoin compare oh this is bigger than all of those combined this is bigger than the iron age the renaissance it's bigger than the industrial revolution this affects the entire world and it's going to be affected in a faster and more prevalent way than you ever imagined i wish we knew what you really thoughts thank you tim draper and again the team arguing for the motion and with the motion bitcoin is more than double in here to stay we have two great debaters arguing against please i welcome eric you're an intelligence squared veteran welcome back.

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"tim draper" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on WLOB

"The national geographic the bmw group crown jewel has been tested to destruction all over the planet it has been expected to be among the bigger more stately luxury suv's to arrive the automaker has released few details since announcing the three the vehicle three years ago does anybody really think that somebody's going to spend three hundred twenty five thousand dollars on on a rolls royce you being actually take it off the road who would do such a thing i can't imagine rich redneck yes no kidding it's like when cadillac came out with a pickup truck and i'm going are you serious i mean it's beautiful but who in the heck is gonna take this thing off on the range you know and of course nobody really does we have a crypto currency billionaire who's trying to split california into three states his name is tim draper this is from bloomberg too there are at least five reasons why this ib is doomed from the start they say but the first here's this case the way draper sees it smaller states would be run by more efficient and less bureaucratic governments as they compete for residents and business education safety infrastructure and health care would improve taxes would be lower the investor who made a name from selffunding tech giants like hotmail skype and tesla says he won't have to think anymore about moving myself draper associates the dre provincial network and draper university out of california hey scored a huge windfall a few years back when he bought a load of bitcoin that had been seized by the us government has gone from being a democrat to republican libertarian too well his own party that believes california's government's problem is that it lacks competition the party platform platform is simple breakup california he says he's already gathered about six hundred thousand signatures for his initiative almost double.

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"tim draper" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Hey how are you good thanks reading through this oped it's sort of the the bear case the critics case that has been put forth for a long time not accepted as a means of payment there's no store value because the volatility and price it has no intrinsic value is it possible though bill that perhaps bitcoin has not yet found its use as a cryptocurrency yet and that we're looking at the united states where they're numerous ways of digital payment and the use of dollars is reliable in good and we're not looking at other markets at need an alternative currencies such as the emerging markets we'll sure but even in emerging markets might as well used dollars euros existing currencies if the local currency is subject to hyperinflation you are out there in silicon valley and you probably hear a lot of the venture capitalists expound on the virtues of bitcoin and blockchain etcetera is there anything about this that you think is not as scam or do you think that everybody just sort of drinking the kool aid well yeah so there's a lot that's not a scam but yes everyone's drinking the kool aid i think just a couple of days ago somebody relatively prominent said bitcoin is bigger than the internet bigger than the industrial revolution tim draper well i didn't wanna mention his name but yet i bill it's his also he's also saying that in four years it'll appreciate to the point where the bitcoin or all well bitcoin and all cyber cryptocurrencies she'll be worth about half of the entire s and p five hundred.

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"tim draper" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"Consolidation obviously also what you guys well i'm back and say you guys specifically but what a lot of new traders that are just entering the scene are failing to take into account is that they're forgetting motherfuckers like may have been buying bitcoin way way under thousand dollars for a venturi log time so even if bitcoin crashes two thousand yes it would suck i would not be happy at all however unbeaten no who who the hell would like you know all of a sudden take an eighth of that worth oh yeah here's an eighth of what you're currently worth ego that would suck don't get it twisted i would not be happy bitcoin under thousand however i wouldn't discount i'm not saying it's probable but i'm saying that it's definitely possible because there's a lot of big money i mean look tim draper you know that there's been a lot of wall street big money motherfuckers in bitcoin for years gathering at under a thousand dollars so i would not automatically discount a return to one to two thousand right off the top of my head i i wouldn't i wouldn't disregard it i wouldn't bank on it either but i am saying you know i i know this is a lot of the traitor doublespeak this habit to know i feel that bitcoin willnot return to two one two three thousand either i do not believe that either however i have taken steps had against that just in k so that's having stuff another thing we gotta watch is like a even profitability for the miners.

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Voters could decide whether to split California into three smaller states

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Voters could decide whether to split California into three smaller states

"Dow dropped one hundred twenty two points you're listening to to npr from k q e d news i'm tara siler the california highway patrol says a woman who drove off highway one in mendocino last month killing her wife and children was drunk the chp says toxicology tests found jennifer heart had an alcohol level of point one zero to california drivers are considered drunk with a level of point eight or higher chp officer chad ramsey's has hart's wife and two of the children also had significant amounts of an ingredient commonly used in an allergy drug that causes drowsiness that the driver jennifer was over the legal limit alcohol and sarah and two kids they found benadryl system the hearts and three of their children were found dead after their suv plunged off the cliff three other children are still missing come november voters might decide whether to split california into three different states k these politics editor scott shafer has more the three california's ballot measure is backed by venture capitalist tim draper who says he's collected more than enough signatures to place the question before voters this fall under the initiative each of the three states would have their own constitutions legislatures and systems of education and taxation draper is pushing the measure because he says state government right now is too big and inefficient he also thinks breaking it up would help weaken teachers unions and lower taxes a few years ago draper spent millions in a failed bid this book the state into six parts even a photo past this latest measure the courts and congress would still need to approve it that's a very high hurdle to clear i'm scott shafer k qa dino's more news dot org i'm tara siler support comes from cal performances presenting boston pops performing john williams hollywood film music at the greek april twenty first calperformances dot org support for npr comes from log me in makers of gotomeeting a collaborative meeting platform with over eighteen million monthly users designed to connect people from anywhere in the world on any device learn more at gotomeeting dot com and the listeners of k q e d support for kqed acuity comes from vitas healthcare providing certified hospice clinicians and care team that's always on call vitas provides hospice evaluations accepts patient referrals and answers questions more at vitas dot com.

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Voters could decide whether to split California into three smaller states

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Voters could decide whether to split California into three smaller states

"Obstruction of justice in two thousand seven in connection with the leak of a cia officers identity in pardoning libby trump who complains almost daily about leaks is in the peculiar position of pardoning a man convicted of involvement in the national security leak conservatives allied with cheney have long championed libya's caused but president bush while commuting libya's two and a half year sentence the saving him from prison refused to pardon even when lobbied repeatedly to do so by vice president cheney trump's pardon may send another message that he is willing to use his pardon power to reward loyalists into punish prosecutors he sees as running amok nina totenberg npr news washington president trump's personal attorney michael cohen is the subject of a monthslong long criminal investigation into his personal business dealings that according to court documents that appeared today in new york the details of potential charges he could face are redacted you're listening to npr news it's cutie news i'm tara siler come november voters might decide whether to split california into three different states k kunis politics editor scott shafer reports the three california's ballot measure is backed by venture capitalist tim draper who says he's collected more than enough signatures to place the question before voters this fall under the initiative each of the three states would have their own constitutions legislatures and systems of education and taxation draper is pushing the measure because he says state government right now is too big and inefficient he also thinks breaking it up would help weaken teachers unions and lower taxes a few years ago draper spent millions in a failed bid the split the state into six parts even if odors past this latest measure the courts and congress would still need to approve it that's a very high hurdle to clear i'm scott shafer k qa de news all fairies tour boats in the.

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"tim draper" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The is to protect renters who face evictions because their landlords want to list their units on airbnb the california coastal commission had to approve the plan because this lafayette the price and affordability of rentals in the area and by extension the ability of the public to visit and enjoy the coast a billionaire venture capitalist who wants to split california into three states says he has enough signatures put the issue to the voters tim draper plans to deliver what he says are over six hundred thousand signatures next week for vacation by california secretary of state even if voters approve the cal three initiative congress would have the final say draper's idea drivers idea pardon me involves dividing the state into california northern california and southern california and then have the residents of those regions decide on their names let's hit the road see how the traffic's moving with george rest sweepers picked up again on six eighty in the northbound direction leading up to valla sita's road in calaveras road that from sama the kcbs phone force are accident in castro valley eastbound on to thirty eight right at five eighty has traffic backed up onto the nimitz northbound coming up through san lorenzo out of hayward through oakland the nimitz northbound still pretty badly backed up due to earlier recurring problems up at high street and there may be a second accident in the backup a solid backup to ninety eighth avenue are other major slow spot has been the ride through the north bay this report brought to you by credit karma one zero one southbound is still quite slow out of rohnert park heading down to petaluma but not the hard backup all the way into luma that it had been before south bay freeways doing pretty well get your truly free credit score and free credit monitoring from credit karma download the credit karma app today credit karma get knowing your next update eleven eighteen on the traffic leader kcbs lovely day lots.

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Tech billionaire says his plan to break up California ready for voters

Ethan Bearman

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Tech billionaire says his plan to break up California ready for voters

"A cumulus station reuben foster will be arraigned this afternoon on felony domestic violence and other charges he was arrested two months ago following a domestic dispute involving his girlfriend he allegedly left her bruised with a ruptured eardrum if convicted foster will face eleven years in prison the effort to split california has qualified for the ballot in november as we hear from jim roope cal three as the initiative is dubbed would split california into california southern california and northern california or any or all three can pick new names it's a scaled back version of tech billionaire tim draper's plan to split the state six ways he says right now one california is mismanaged stu big to diverse in population economics and resources to he says have one disconnected governor bill there has to be something fundamental that change initiative he says has gathered nearly twice the required number of signatures signaling wide support still however if voters pass it congress will have to approve the split jim roope los angeles car break ins are as communist starbucks san francisco but leaders are now trying to curb the problem san francisco mayor mark farrell and police chief bill scott say they are boosting efforts to collect fingerprints at crime scenes the are also rolling out in awareness campaign with the phrase if you love it don't leave it san francisco averaged more than eighty car break ins every day last year however the percentage of break ins drop by double digits the first part of this year thanks to added foot patrols and the creation of a centralized investigative team airbnb is stepping up to help out a wheel of fortune contestant who lost seventy one hundred dollars a trip to spain with a simple mispronunciation north carolina resident johnny knowles mispronounced flamenco airbnb is giving knowles.

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Proposition to divide California into 3 states has gained traction

Frank Beckmann

00:59 min | 3 years ago

Proposition to divide California into 3 states has gained traction

"On i six ninety six at i seventy five state police are warning that they're cracking down on speeding and distracted driving on i ninety six today dana bronze was the trainer for the humboldt broncos youth hockey team she was the only woman on board the team's bus when it crashed with a cracker trade last week in cisco on she has died from her injuries the sixteenth person to die from that crash california is the largest state in the us by population an initiative to split california three ways has gathered enough signatures that this will be on the november ballot it's called cal three a scaled back version of tech billionaire tim draper's idea to split california into six states california has failed us says california the largest state that pays the most for the worst services for example he says we pay the most for education yet we're forty six out of fifty in quality education he says we pay the most for prisons but have the highest recidivism rate california he says is too big to manage if this was passed congress would still have.

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"tim draper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You indepth coverage of this week's issue a bloomberg business week in this week's podcast or hear how the philippines became the tesla lab for fake news it is this week's cover story plus a profile of harvey weinstein former personal lawyer david boys but first let's speak to the editor in chief a bloomberg business week meghan murphy to hear about some of her favorite stories this week so megan the leader in the finance section is on bitcoin it's all we've really been talking about over the past couple of weeks know other than politics i think we say exactly and you know over the past year let alone m several years we've seen such volatile movements in price and one of the things we really want to capture is what we're seeing now is one this is a staggering statistic less than a thousand people hold about forty percent of the world's bitcoin and with the market now being as volatile it it isn't the price going up so much some of these people in other the vaas twins tim draper who had happens is when one of these big owners we're calling them bitcoin wales cells it can cause extreme drop in the price very quickly just because of this concentration of owner ownership in the hands of relatively few what we're looking at with this cryptocurrency is forget the broader debate about bitcoin this is a real problem for the market for pricing for transparency just given everything is going at mean this is a situation where people are even know who the owners of clean are so it's not similar to win a big shareholders els off so it's causing it's exacerbating that volatility and price it's already there in the next few weeks reagan to see exchanges like the cme introducing features on bitcoin is going to change is this going to increase transparency liquidity and perhaps reduce the impact that the wells have you that's the whole huge danger that that's the hope road that we we sort of move it on exchange and it becomes a more normalize market but here's the.

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"tim draper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Plus a profile of harvey weinstein former personal lawyer david boys but first let speak to the editor in chief of bloomberg business week meghan murphy to hear about some of her favorite stories this week so megan the lead in the finance section is on bitcoin it's all we've really been talking about over the past couple of weeks other than politics i think we should exactly and you know over the past year let alone m several years we've seen such volatile movements in price and one of the things we really wanted to capture is what we're seeing now is one this is a staggering statistic less than a thousand people hold about forty percent of the world's bitcoin and with the market now being is volatile it it isn't the price going up so much some of these people you know the waco vaas twins tim draper what happens is when one of these big owners we're calling them bitcoin wales cells it can cause extreme drop in the price very quickly just because of this concentration of owner ownership in the hands of relatively few and what we're looking at with this cryptocurrency as forget the broader debate about bitcoin this is a real problem for the market for pricing for transparency just given everything is going i mean this is a situation where people are gonna know who the owners of their are so it's not similar to win a big shareholders sells off so it's causing it's exacerbating that volatility in price it's already there in the next few weeks waiting to see exchanges like the cme introducing futures on bitcoin it's going to change is this going to increase transparency liquidity and perhaps reduce the impact that the wells having that's the whole moved danger that that's the hope road that we we sort of move on exchange and it becomes more normalize market but here's the thing i think is so interesting is when you go out and talk to people one of the things about bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general is just and block chain is just the amount of mines that are moving into a so yes there is the debate over whether or not bitcoin is the thing in terms of our cryptocurrency solution monitor solution the future okay fine there's no question that the smartest brightest minds and finance are increasingly moving towards cryptocurrency much broader so so the.

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"tim draper" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760

Wall Street Business Network AM 760

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760

"Of harvey weinstein four personal lawyer david boys but first let's speak to the editor in chief a bloomberg business week meghan murphy to hear about some of her favorite stories this week so megan the lead in the finance section is on bitcoin it's all we've rarely been talking about over the past couple of weeks no other than politics i think we talking about exactly and over the past year let alone m several years we've seen such volatile movements in price and one of the things we really wanted to capture is what we're seeing now is one this is a staggering statistic less than a thousand people hold about forty percent of the world's bitcoin and with the market now being is volatility this and the price going up so much some of these people we know the waco us twins tim draper who what happens is when one of these big owners we're calling them bitcoin wales cells it can cause of extreme drop in the price very quickly just because of this concentration of owner ownership in the hands of relatively few and what we're looking at with this cryptocurrency as forget the broader debate about bitcoin this is a real problem for the market for pricing for transparency just given everything is going it i mean this is a situation where people really know who the owners if they clean are so it's not similar to win a big shareholder sells off so it's causing it's exacerbating that volatility in price it's already there in the next few weeks we are going to see exchanges like the cme introducing features palm bitcoin changes is this going to increase transparency liquidity and perhaps reduce the impact that the wells have you that's the danger that that's the hope that we we sort of move on exchange and it becomes a more normal market but here's the thing i think is so interesting is when you go out and talk to people one of the things about bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general is just and blocking is just the amount of mines that are moving into it so yes there is the debate over whether or not bitcoin is the thing in terms of our cryptocurrency solution montage in the future okay fine there's no question that the smartest brightest minds and finance are increasingly moving towards cryptocurrency much broader so so the.

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"tim draper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Issue a bloomberg business week in this week's broadcast will hear how the philippines became the tesla for fake news it is this week's cover story plus a profile of harvey weinstein former personal lawyer david boys but first let's speak to the editor in chief a bloomberg business week meghan murphy to hear about some of her favorite stories this week so megan the lead in the finance section is on bitcoin it's all we've really been talking about over the past couple of weeks other than politics i think we style exactly and you know over the past year let alone m several years we've seen such volatile movements in price and one of the things we really wanted to capture is what we're seeing now is one this is a staggering statistic less than a thousand people hold about forty percent of the world's bitcoin and with the market now being as volatile it it is the price going up so much some of these people you know the waco vaas twins tim draper who what happens is when one of these big owners were calling them bitcoin wales cells it can cause extreme drop in the price very quickly just because of this concentration of owner ownership in the hands of relatively few and what we're looking at with this cryptocurrency as forget the broader debate about bitcoin this is a real problem for the market for pricing for transparency just given everything is going it i mean this is a situation where people are gonna know who the owners if they clean are so it's not similar to win a big shareholder els off so it's causing it's exacerbating that volatility in prices already there in the next few weeks waiting to see exchanges like the cme introducing features on bitcoin is going to change is this going to increase transparency liquidity and perhaps reduce the impact that the wells having that's the whole moved danger that that's the hope road that we we sort of move on exchange.

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"tim draper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"tim draper" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A profile of harvey weinstein former personal lawyer david boys but first let speak to the editor in chief a bloomberg business week meghan murphy to hear about some of her favorite stories this week so megan the lead in the finance section is on bitcoin it's all we've really been talking about over the past couple of weeks you know other than politics i think we secretary exactly and you know over the past year let alone m several years we've seen such volatile movements in price and one of the things we really wanted to capture is what we're seeing now is one this is a staggering statistic less than a thousand people hold about forty percent of the world's bitcoin and with the market now being as volatile it it isn't a price going up so much some of these people you know the waco vaas twins tim draper what happens is when one of these big owners we're calling them bitcoin wales cells it can cause of extreme drop in the price very quickly just because of this concentration of owner ownership in the hands of relatively few what we're looking at with this cryptocurrency as forget the broader debate about bitcoin this is a real problem for the market for pricing for transparency just given everything is going it i mean this is a situation where people are know who the owners of bitcoin are so it's not similar to win a big shareholder cell aww so it's causing it's exacerbating that volatility in price prices already there in the next few weeks waiting to see exchanges like the cme introducing features on bitcoin is going to change it is this going to increase transparency liquidity and perhaps reduce the impact that the wells having that's the whole moved danger that that's the hope road that we we sort of moving on exchange and it becomes a more normalize market but here's the.

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