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ReKTGlobal Secures $35M Financing Round to Support Its Growth
"Wreck global defunding around a thirty five million dollars wrecked has quickly become. One of the largest eastwards operators in the world has been acquiring companies all over. He's for over the last few years on the team side. Wreck is the parent company of Rogue Atop Eastwards Organization best known for its League of Legends Europe team who qualified for worlds this year, they also have good rocket league apex rousers as well. They also have Dr Lupo incredibly Popular Streamer Roster for content creators. In addition to those teams and Lupo wrecked also owns the London Royal Ravens in the call of duty league outside of just those competitive teams though his also acquired green lit content, it content studio, full cube of Fan engagement platform, and fearless media a media agency. It's one of the most expansive companies, all of these sports at this point they also have a wide variety of celebrity investors. Those include musical artists like imagine, dragons, Steve, Aoki's Nicky, Romero as. well as athletes, Rudy Gobert Landon Collins and Taylor Fritz. They also brought on the founder of top dog, the rap group top artists like Kendrick Lamar schoolboy q Jay Rock Ciza, and I was shot personally my favorite label out there. So how'd had to give him a shout-out according to wreck CEO? They are also profitable. One of very few eastwards teams who can say that that's likely thanks to the wide variety of other companies they have under their belt. Investment was a debt capital raise meaning the money more. So alone than it is equity in the company and it came from summit partners. Summit is leaving private equity firm overseeing about twenty one billion dollars in total assets. It'll be interesting to see what rex intentions are with this debt capital raise. If I had to guess I would assume they're gonNA use it to acquire more companies in and around. East sports not necessarily to expand more games they already have a big president quite a few of the top games as it stands right now.
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on KGO 810
"A chilly one for the upper Midwest central and portions of the southern plains let's get an update from accu weather dot com meteorologist Mike Luciani an area of cold high pressure has settled over the northern plains and upper Midwest that will prevent plenty of sunshine but abnormally chilly weather conditions from the Dakotas down into Oklahoma today this cold air will undercut warmer air flowing northward from Texas resulting in a chilly rainfall across Kansas into western Missouri today will be cloudy breezy and cool across much of the northeast today as a storm system trigger showers and thunderstorms over the region some of the thunderstorms across southern New England may become rather feisty during the afternoon capable of locally heavy rainfall and damaging wind gusts another storm system slowly turning across the four corners today will spark a few showers and thunderstorms in parts of Arizona Utah New Mexico this storm will initiate a line of strong perhaps severe thunderstorms across West Texas late this afternoon into tonight these thunderstorms may produce downpours of rain large hail and damaging winds rain across southern most Florida this morning will come to an end early then clouds may even break for some sunshine in the afternoon otherwise high pressure will dominate the weather across the Deep South into the southeast today providing plenty of sunshine and comfortable levels of humidity finally a storm system approaching the west coast will bring clouds and rain to northern California western Oregon and western Washington today otherwise they'll be a mix of clouds and sunshine across the rest of the Pacific Northwest and a full day of sunshine across southern California and that's the nation's whether I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist Mike listening chip maker Intel is talking to the trump administration about building a new semiconductor plant in the United States this comes as U. S. officials grow more worried about relying on suppliers in Asia for those components twenty three before the hour coming up over twenty million Americans out of work Jim Bohannon takes a closer look first this is America in the morning I'm John trout California is the world's fifth largest economy in its been thrust into an economic hole the likes of which they've never seen gym group has more it was a year ago this week California was enjoying a twenty one billion dollar surplus in its operating budget and governor Gavin Newsom says things were looking pretty good this year to just ninety days ago we introduced a budget projecting another six billion dollar budget surplus we were referencing a few weeks later that we had hit I milestone a hundred and twenty consecutive months of net job growth we had the lowest unemployment.
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Of cold high pressure has settled over the northern plains and upper Midwest that will prevent plenty of sunshine but abnormally chilly weather conditions from the Dakotas down into Oklahoma today this cold air will undercut warmer air flowing northward from Texas resulting in a chilly rainfall across Kansas into western Missouri today will be cloudy breezy and cool across much of the northeast today as a storm system trigger showers and thunderstorms over the region some of the thunderstorms across southern New England may become rather feisty during the afternoon capable of locally heavy rainfall and damaging wind gusts another storm system slowly turning across four corners today will spark a few showers and thunderstorms in parts of Arizona Utah New Mexico this storm will initiate a line of strong perhaps severe thunderstorms across West Texas late this afternoon into tonight these thunderstorms may produce downpours of rain large hail and damaging winds rain across southern most Florida this morning will come to an end early then clouds may even break for some sunshine in the afternoon otherwise high pressure will dominate the weather across the Deep South into the southeast today providing plenty of sunshine and comfortable levels of humidity finally a storm system approaching the west coast will bring clouds and rain to northern California western Oregon and western Washington today otherwise they'll be a mix of clouds and sunshine across the rest of the Pacific Northwest and a full day of sunshine across southern California and that's the nation's whether I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist Mike listening chip maker Intel is talking to the trump administration about building a new semiconductor plant in the United States this comes as U. S. officials grow more worried about relying on suppliers in Asia for those components twenty three before the hour coming up over twenty million Americans out of work Jim Bohannon takes a closer look first this is America in the morning I'm John trout California is the world's fifth largest economy in its been thrust into an economic hole the likes of which they've never seen gym group has more it was a year ago this week California was enjoying a twenty one billion dollar surplus in its operating budget and governor Gavin Newsom says things were looking pretty good this year to just ninety days ago we introduced a budget project in another six billion dollar budget surplus we were referencing a few weeks later that we had hit a milestone a hundred and twenty consecutive months of net job growth we had the lowest unemployment.
US weekly jobless claims hit 3.2 million, bringing the 7-week total to more than 33 million
"Another three point two million people applied for unemployment benefits last week in this country bringing the total applications over the past seven weeks to thirty three and a half million people PNC bank economist Gus poche says the unprecedented job losses are being softened ever so slightly with help from the government fortunately there is substantial aid from the federal government we have extended extended unemployment insurance benefits and in additional payments we have those tax payments that are coming in so hopefully that will help offset some of those the income losses from all those lost jobs all the help comes with a huge price California governor Gavin Newsom says his state's budget is more than fifty four billion dollars in the red after posting a twenty one billion dollars surplus just last year he also fears of the jobless rate will hit eighteen percent after being less than four percent at the start of the year in the state the virus induced business closures unemployed workers and the cratering of restaurant tourism and entertainment industries have resulted in staggering stated personal losses in California the Newsome administration projects personal income will fall close to nine percent for the state's nearly forty million
California predicts $54.3 billion budget deficit due to coronavirus
"New estimates from governor Newsom's administration predict a staggering budget shortfall of fifty four point three billion dollars this of course because of the corona virus the projections released today estimated deficit of nearly three and a half times more than what the stated saved for an economic downturn this was the rainy day fund California had been under a mandatory stay at home order since March nineteenth the order close nonessential businesses and prompted more than four million people to file for unemployment benefits a year ago as the economy harm to the state had a twenty one billion dollars surplus now there will be dramatically less money to spend on education social programs and other programs the governor plans to release a new budget proposal
Boston: Revenues Drop At Encore, Increase At State’s Other 2 Casinos
"Revenues drop it on court Boston Harbor even as they rebounded Massachusetts to other casinos the gaming commission says the resorted ever took in less than thirty nine million dollars in gross revenue last month down six billion from December MGM Springfield generated twenty one billion dollars in January that's up to million for the month previous and plain ridge park in Plainville took an eleven million dollars up a million dollars from
Facebook to Pay $550 Million to Settle Facial Recognition Suit
"About a decade ago. FACEBOOK started automatically tagging people whose faces its algorithms had recognized in our load photos at the time. It seemed like magic but this week facebook has agreed to pay five hundred fifty million dollars over claims that tool violated privacy rights the settlement is in Illinois which has strict laws protecting biometric data facebook revealed the settlement agreement at the same time as its quarterly financial central results. This week and they by the way showed that revenue was up twenty five percent to twenty one billion dollars at the end of last year for today's quality assurance. We have have Natasha Singh a tech reporter for the New York Times to explain what this settlement means so Illinois has the toughest biometric privacy law in the united. It states there are only three states. That have these kind of laws. And so by metric privacy pertains to your fingerprints or facial scans for facial recognition and and so in Illinois. The law says that companies can't collect that kind of information like facial data for facial recognition without getting written permission from someone and also they can't collect the data without telling somebody how long they're gonNA keep it and so facebook users in Illinois sued facebook facebook saying that it had collected their facial information and had not obtained there kind of affirmative optin permission and had not told them how long that facebook it was gonNA keep it Facebook says that these claims are not true but facebook said that it's settled this lawsuit because it was going to drag on and take up too much resources and it was better for everybody in the stockholders if they settled a lawsuit. Do you think the size of this facebook settlement might serve as a warning to other companies denise who considering this sort of technology it feels like maybe when facebook introduce things like facial recognition they were just looking at fun ways of using it and maybe some of the other implications are now coming to the lights if you think about a face print right it's like the facial equivalent of your fingerprints and you might wanNA use your fingerprint for fun ways but we kind of viscerally know Oh that your fingerprint has all kinds of implications in its unique so even the notion of facebook turning on facial recognition by default for fun things. This is problematic first of all Illinois but also to a lot of people who are concerned that the problem with facial recognition is that it can be used to identify people without their knowledge college at a distance and so it implicates your ability to be anonymous both online and in public. Do you think this will see companies. Basically defaulting to just not collecting acting any data like this the risk of it somehow being regulated in the future. Certainly I think companies that are having similar technology and they have Illinois when users must be thinking about it right because if you think about like doorbell camps which are spreading everywhere. Will Your Doorbell camera is GonNa Take images of people people and it's used for facial recognition right so that like it can recognize your babysitter so that they can come in in Illinois. You need consent for stuff like that. And so what does that mean for all kinds of vices that collect ambient biometric data I think we don't have the answer to that. I think that companies now because of the size is of the facebook settlement are going to have to think about what they're Illinois plan is. I can't imagine that they WANNA have one set of software for Illinois and another for the rest of the country. First of all you know that's just from a business perspective inefficient but second of all you know you don't want people in other parts of the country. Say Will you turn turned that offer Illiinois why you turned it off for us. And so we're seeing for example with the California Privacy Law that our number of companies Microsoft apple have said we're going to honor the rights under the California Privacy Law for everybody in United States. It feels like when we talk about these privacy stories we talk about you. Know the value of your privacy or the value of your day turn. It's always very hard to put a number on that. Do you think things like this Illinois settlement a starting to move in that direction and putting a dollar value on these things. So Oh I think the notion that there's a trade and you're trading your data for you know services and so you're giving up some of your privacy is the Silicon Valley framing that you're getting value for data but when we think of a trade you know what you're giving up and what you're getting but when you give up your data you have no idea how it's GonNa be used. It can be used perennially for all time for all kinds of purposes which you didn't give it and I would argue that it's not a trade. It's not fair trade and I would also argue that Data is not property in Europe. Security and privacy your fundamental human rights and we think of other fundamental human rights like the right of free speech. She wouldn't say I'm trading my free speech for facebook services so this notion that we're treating our right to privacy for services I think is just a problematic framing. That's Natasha Singh Tech reporter reporter for the New York Times. According to the Chicago Tribune a Federal Court judge must approved facebook settlement and then members of the class action filed claims for part of the money.
California governor urges judge to reject PG&E bankruptcy
"Eleven governor Newsome says P. genies bankruptcy Platt is inadequate he's asking the bankruptcy judge to reject it meantime as KCBS as market share for reports of San Francisco plants are the works for a state run utility as he Jeannie tries to emerge from bankruptcy by June governor Newsome has sent a letter to the bankruptcy judge asking him to reject the utilities planned for governance transparency oversight and safety they're not where they need to be we laid out a detailed plan ten fifty four and currently their proposal is not adequate ten fifty four is the legislation that creates the twenty one billion dollar wildfire fund for California companies he Jenny is working to reshape the utility to be reliable safe and affordable we are advancing a
California governor urges judge to reject PG&E bankruptcy
"Governor nuisances P. Ginny's bankruptcy plan is inadequate and he's asking the bankruptcy judge rejected the Wallace KCBS is Margie Shafer reports from San Francisco plans are in the works for a state run utility as P. Jeannie tries to emerge from bankruptcy by June governor Newsome has sent a letter to the bankruptcy judge asking him to reject the utilities plan from governance transparency oversight and safety they're not where they need to be we laid out a detailed plan ten fifty four and currently their proposal is not adequate ten fifty four is the legislation that creates the twenty one billion dollar wildfire fund for California companies he Jenny is working to reshape the utility to be reliable safe and affordable we are advancing a
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"State approved a new pipeline would stretch from Pennsylvania to the Rockaways number two the Supreme Court is allowing a survivor and families of the sandy hook elementary school shooting to go forward with their lawsuit against Remington arms Remington argues federal law protects it from liability when its guns are used in crimes and three the Supreme Court heard arguments today on whether the trump administration can end Dhaka the program that allows young immigrants or dreamers to stay in the U. S. the court's conservative majority seems to be siding with the administration a metro north committee today set aside a proposal to raise parking fees a commuter rail stations W. CBS's Christy collision has details it was a plan that was aimed at raising parking rates at all twenty five metro north stations anywhere from ten to almost fourteen percent at the MTA's board meeting assemblywoman Amy Paulin agreed that it would have been too soon to move forward with that plan if you would take an action at this meeting the only opportunity for the public and elected officials to comment would have been right now eight thirty in the morning Tuesday after a long holiday weekend she says there was no transparency behind the idea to raise parking rates and no research behind its future benefit it was aimed at boosting railroad revenue by almost one hundred thousand dollars annually the MTA could not comment on the issue at this time what does confirm that the issue is being postponed to next month's board meeting critically Shian WCBS newsradio eight eighty governor Lamont announced today that he will hold town hall style forms on his twenty one billion dollar transportation improvement plan that plan includes new tolls on fourteen bridges in need of repair some of Connecticut's business leaders including the CEOs of that now the Hartford and Stanley black and decker say they support the plan there's a new effort in Brooklyn to respond to the recent increase in anti semitic hate crimes they're rich land has more the anti defamation league is no place for hate peer to peer program will teach tolerance in twice as many Brooklyn schools next year as this year focusing on students in Williamsburg crown heights and borrow par the ADL is John green black we chat acts of harassment and vandalism and violence and what's so alarming is that the situation has not improved this year the severity of the incidents seems to be increasing.
California governor proposes a $21 billion wildfire fund
"Governor Newsom proposes a new wildfire insurance plan help e genie and other utility companies cover the cost of future. Fires KCBS. Doug, sovereign says lawmakers have only three. Weeks to fine. Tune the details out of San Francisco news conference governor Newsom laid out the framework, twenty one billion dollar state wildfire fund with half the money chipped in by the big utilities and the rest paid by two dollars and fifty cents a month surcharge on your Bill, but PG and E. So Cal Edison, and San Diego gas and electric would have to commit another three billion dollars to fire prevention and safety measures and Jeannie would have to emerge from bankruptcy by the end of next June. There's a lot of moving parts. We're talking about PC reformer talking about fundamental structure reform at PC, and we're talking about a fund, and all those pieces have to come together, and I've confident legislature if they're committed to this issue, they'll get it done if they're just interested, we'll probably fall short. But the leadership is committed the legislature would have to approve this plan by July twelfth Newsome says the plan would stabilize PG and create a reserve to cover future fires without raising the rates of customers or requiring a state, bailout. The approach, we laid out is the best approach to protect. Payers, tax payers, Wall Street is not protected comparatively, this is the best approach. The governor also revealed he's chosen a new president for the California Public utilities commission a nine hole amounts in the next few
Nasa, Mark Strassmann And Trump Administration discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News
"Surprise announcement. Nasa revealed a new name for its moon program artists. She is a Greek goddess of the moon and twin sister of Apollo NASA pick the name in hopes of having the first woman land on the moon by twenty twenty four in order to meet that deadline. The Trump administration wants congress to approve an additional one point six billion dollars for NASA on top of its twenty one billion dollar budget for next year. CBS news correspondent Mark Strassmann has more Nasr's mission popped by fits and starts. For decades. Now has a new name and new urgency the artist program intends to land astronauts on the south pole of the moon in five years four years earlier than originally planned
Whistleblower reveals info on companies buying and selling your location data
"Is power and for ABC companies location information is big business. CBS news is that with the new report looking at the estimated twenty one billion dollar business of apps selling their users location data. Here's Vicki Barker as a big house CBS news correspondent, Tony Jacobo and criminologist Adam Scott want cruising through mega-rich Greenwich. Connecticut, who's wealthy residents spent a packet burglar proofing their mansions, all while apps inside their phones are selling their location data to well anyone at some of these larger homes, we could even track as people moved from room to room the data's supposed to be anonymous, but Dakota found it was easy to see row in on individuals yet when he asked interview one such resident why would I care he said? Criminologist want on why he and we should care if you're able to monitor your target, your Mark, and you're able to tell when they're driving when they're not perhaps when they're having an affair with their mistress. It becomes much easier to take advantage of them and extort and the practice is perfectly legal. Vicki
Huawei's Lawsuit Marks Shift to War Footing
"Abbots John wells, vice president for diagnostics, research and development discusses how the company's innovations are changing health technology around the world, we close holes in people's hearts. We eliminate finger sticks for people with diabetes, we identify viruses that could threaten the next pandemic. I've got a front row seat into the innovation. That's going on. In is a very exciting time to be here. See how Abbott innovations are reimagining what's possible at WWW dot health. Tech dot added. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York coming up for years while way technologies bided its time as the US gradually escalated its campaign to rein in the Chinese telecom giant now while way has shifted to a war footing suing the US government as the company looks to defend its global business. We're looking into it after these tech headlines. Companies across the US economy last month hired information technology workers at the sharpest pace in more than four years. Bucking a slowdown in job growth for the positions outside of technology. The number of new IT jobs at firms and all industries expanded by an estimated two hundred fifty three thousand positions in February. According to analysis of employment data it marks the largest one month gain since November. Twenty fifteen NASA is expected to request a budget increase of more than five hundred million dollars for moon exploration and related programs in twenty twenty partly to escalate collaboration between the government and industry on proposed lunar Landers the agency's overall twenty one billion dollars spending blueprint for the fiscal year starting in October projects a two percent decline from current expenditures. The numbers are set to become public Monday as part of a government wide budget release. And amid the recent Facebook talk the journal writes that many Mark. Hitters will need it. New strategies. If consumers, adopt Facebook's promised platform for private encrypted disappearing messages. New analysis says Facebook could make new money from its shift to private messaging, including potentially charging a cut of revenue on transactions completed through its messaging apps. It could also begin charging brands to maintain a presence on the messaging app or to send notifications to customers who have chatted with them coming up while ways lawsuit marks a shift to war footing. Would it means for troubled US relations after this? Abbots John wells, vice president for diagnostics, research and development discusses how the company's innovations are changing health technology around the world, we close holes in people's hearts. We eliminate finger sticks for people with diabetes, we identify viruses that could threaten the next pandemic. I've got a front row seat into the innovation. That's going on. In is a very exciting time to be here. See how Abbott innovations reimagining what's possible at WWW dot health. Tech dot added. Last week while ways lawsuit filed late Wednesday in Texas federal court names, the US government and seven administration officials it alleges congress violated the US constitution when passing a law last year that bans federal agencies from buying while way gear and from doing business with contractors that by from the Chinese tech company. The Wall Street Journal's Dan stump has more as filed a major lawsuit against the US government over a law signed by President Trump last year known as the national defense authorization act the law with it's not just while wave from doing business with US government, which is almost none right now. But it also prohibits followed from doing business with any contractor Guoping one of Weiwei's rotating, chairman addresses, the US directly at a Chinese press conference. Contagious legal actions. I said, proper and must've today US congress has failed to produce any evidence to support its restrictions on Ave for that and dance. Trump says it is a long road ahead. The lawsuit is significant because the US has been pushing back recipe against wow away and trying to convince it allies to block wow away from its five. Gene network rollouts around the world, while way has instantly denied that it would conduct espionage on behalf of any government and says that it will use any order to do. So this lawsuit is definitely assigned by y y that they're no longer willing to sit still while the US government wages its campaign against the company wants to fight back against the US and is willing to do so on its own home turf. So it's a long legal battle ahead for wildlife. The sport by this case is definitely a sign that while way is now showing willingness to buy back. Against the US. But there's a long road ahead for both sides for they new details had to wsJcom to stay up to date with the very latest that does it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does thanks for listening.
U.S. trade deficit hits 10-year high in 2018 on record imports
"Is an observation to be made here as we get going with the big picture economic news of the day. Which is of course, this morning's report from the good people at the Commerce Department that our trade deficit, President Trump's favorite economic indicator. You might remember. Anyway, it grew last year to a record six hundred twenty one billion dollars. That is we imported six hundred twenty one billion dollars more stuff goods and services than we sold abroad. Here. Then is the observation that for all of those hard earned American dollars. We send overseas we get stuff in return their goods and services other countries make that we want so we buy them global trade, the often overlooked point, though, is that the trade deficit isn't some kind of profit and loss statement for the American economy report card, and it's not in and of itself a cause for concern. In fact, the trade gap last year was largely. Driven by a strong domestic economy. Marketplace's Tracey Samuelson gets us going. President Trump talks about the trade deficit kind of a lot. We have a trade deficit with almost every country in the we have a massive trade deficit with everybody. But which aging we racked up trillions of dollars in trade deficits, also known as loss we are going to start whittling that down and as fast as possible. So the fact that the trade deficit grew nearly thirteen percent just last year by his own standard. The higher deficit means he's failing. And that we're losing that other countries are taking advantage of us, but Doug Irwin economists. And trade historian at Dartmouth College doesn't actually see it that way, he says it's natural expected even at the trade deficit increased last year in general what we've seen US history is that when we have a booming economy or a growing economy trade deficit tends to either stay the same or grow. Oh, and they tend to strengthen recessions from two thousand eight to two thousand nine the trade deficit fell by nearly half counterintuitive as it may seem the growing trade deficit last year was driven by how strong the US economy was especially relative to big trading partners, like the European Union and China, Catherine man is the global chief economist at Citi group consumers are buying more because they are have higher income because they're strong labor markets, and because they got a little bit of a tax cut that makes them able to consume more. And some of it falls on imports seem thing with business businesses producing because labor markets are tight they got a little bit of a tax cut. So they import intermediate product so that they can produce goods to meet the demand in the domestic economy, and for a communist, this is all very very predictable. They saw this coming a mile away. If the US really wants to reduce the trade deficit it should. Save more says Carl Tannenbaum chief economist at Northern Trust. One of the reasons we have a trade deficit is that on average our consumers spend a lot more of their income than foreigners to saving not as fun as spending. But ten imams says it make households more stable in the long run and reduce the trade deficit. I'm Tracey Samuelson for marketplace. Well, let's put a context on this morning's trade gap. Number reminder that it's the total value of goods and services that we buy and sell overseas, Tracy was talking about goods that has actual tangible stuff that blew out our trade deficit. Well, here's the deal. The interesting part is that we've got a trade surplus in services have for decades now actually of which we sell a bunch overseas
Trade Deficit Soars to Record Level
"Street now stocks were mostly lower in early trading. Esters digested the latest trade deficit and job creation numbers and we're keeping tabs on U S. China trade talks the US trade deficit shot up. Nearly nineteen percent in December the highest monthly trade deficit in a decade and setting a record high annual trade gap of six hundred and twenty one billion dollars trade deficit with China Mexico and the European Union all surged to record
U.S. trade deficit reached record high last year
"The US trade deficit jumped in December pushing the trade imbalance for all of two thousand eighteen to a decade long high of six hundred twenty one billion dollars. Scott Carr reports the plan was to make the numbers go the other way December's trade imbalance worsened into because you as imports rose two point one percent. While exports to other countries fell by one point nine percent. They report the gap between what the US cells, and what it buys from other countries rose to fifty nine point eight billion dollars in December from fifty point three billion in November, President Trump impose tariffs last year on foreign steel aluminum Chinese products on the belief the import taxes would ultimately reduce the trade imbalance, but the trade gap on good surged to record highs last year with China, Mexico and the European
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Jack Callaghan. Fox news. President Trump returning to his hotel in Hanoi to prepare for what he hopes will be a productive dinner meeting tonight with the leader of North Korea. Fox's Simon Owen is live and annoy Jack President Trump voicing cautious optimism ahead of his talks with North Korea's Kim Jong UN, hopefully, it's going to be successful. We'll see what happens, but he wants to do something. Great. Also, the president has been meeting with Vietnamese leaders calling Vietnam and example for North Korea with a fast growing economy and friendly relations with the US, but to get that came with likely have to give up his nuclear weapons, Jack Simon earlier the president had via bumps prime minister watched as Viet jets signed an order with bowling Bill by one hundred seven thirty-seven max, max airliners at sticker price and bamboo airliners buying another ten those deals worth more than twenty one billion dollars for a second straight day tension. Are flaring between India and Pakistan, India launching more air strikes against what it says are terrorist training camps in the disputed Kashmir region Pakistan says it has shot down to Indian fighter jets that crossed into Pakistani airspace earlier this month, there was a suicide bombing attack against it'd be ab- troops in Kashmir outside Los Angeles, a family tragedy. Police responding to a nine one one call in Upton California of a child screaming as they arrived at twenty four year old mother dropped her young son from the second story of an apartment building. Then jumped herself inside the apartment police found the woman's seven month old daughter, dead, a mother and the one one year old son are recovering from their falls. She is likely to face murder charges. Three people are dead. Several others injured in a crash on the Long Island railroad that police say a truck could tried to beat a train to the crossing. The truck was struck by two trains travelling in opposite directions..
Danaher agrees to buy GE's biopharma business for $21.4 billion
"There's another entry today in the what is going on. With General Electric file GE announced deal this morning to sell bio pharma business for more than twenty one billion dollars. The buyer is Danaher which just so happens to be the company that GE's newish CEO Larry Culp rand before coming to General Electric, so all part of a bigger restructuring plan ended paying down GE's massive debt load the company also, by the way closed a different deal today. Merging its transportation division with railway equipment maker wab tech bringing in another two point nine billion dollars. Marketplace's Amy Scott has more now on the original American industrial conglomerates efforts to become less conglomerate, it GE has been trying to recover from deals that went bad questionable accounting and leadership turmoil. Today's deal helps pay down the more
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"I think it was a very good opening weekend for the af I don't know if this will be something that will these ratings will continue, but know as. As I've mentioned before the NFL is like a twenty one billion dollar industry. The NFL if the af can get a fraction a sliver a small piece of the pizza like just a little tiny slice. They will be super successful in that legal be longstanding. So if they can make a couple hundred million dollars off of this year, I think that'd be a slam dunk. There's a way that this leaks maintain itself as being a product that the NFL doesn't compete with the actually uses we talked about this earlier like what if this ends up being a partnership with the NFL where the NFL teams use this developmental league for some of their practice squad players things like that. I like I said that during the sports podcast like what if they use like like, you know, how Emily uses the minor league system one. If they did ever the NFL, and where everyone hasn't -ffiliated with certain team in the NFL, and you could bring guy. Down. You could bring them up. You can test them out that goes because that also gives like you were talking about practically without those. They're not gonna have thirty two teams in this league. There's not the if if your idea is every team has a developmental league team in this league will not the will not succeed. It'll be like AAA baseball. Nobody will watch on TV. It might be something that people a couple of hundred people attend or a couple thousand people attend. But it won't be like that. If it's a smaller league with multiple teams, which I think is better anyways. Right. How many practice squad players on each NFL team like five to ten? So if every team maybe is affiliated with one like maybe make multiple. Yeah. Maybe four or five teams affiliated with one team. There's eight teams put four teams affiliated. We could put a whole division Viliame with one team. I think that would make way more sense. Yeah. I'll just honesty's shooting at like, just ideas. And obviously gonna watch it thirty two team developmentally, you know, now, there's eight teams, you know, these teams. Will. But I think like they had two point nine million viewers on the Saturday opening games. And I get that. And the thing is with that is I don't see that being the ratings for very long. I can see this these games going under a million very quickly. I think it's one of those things. So when it comes to like developmental and stuff, you're not gonna expect a ton of revenue. So maybe you should have invested teams within a comes to. Affiliates. And that's how you get good players. Because those practice squad players don't really get a chance to play obviously. So if you give them a. A stage to play at to get better at then maybe they can be better than you expect. So that's what I think about the this. Af I think it'd be a great developmental league. I think a lot of practice guys will get a lot opportunities and. And we can't forget like there's a Canadian Football League. That's very popular in Canada, very popular around for over one hundred years. So I mean Canadian Football League is popular in Canada. That's, you know, another league, we we really only think about the NFL and college football, but you know, Canada up there, maybe we don't care about too much here in the states. People watch it up there legendary players played up there. I don't like. Oh, yeah. Warren, Moon sound familiar to you. Doug, Flutie, even the rock played in the in the CFL, Trent Richardson was cut from a Canadian football team. Isn't gentleman, sell stolen? Johnny Manziel just had a season where he threw more picks into show is he's on that team. I'm not sure I gotta look at a remember that was a big deal in his first game. He threw like nothing. Through like six pictures. Oh, he plays. Okay. He plays for the Montreal L Alawites at the moment. Yes..
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I'm speaking truth to partner, you're not you're whining. You're whining and having a tantrum I saw some kid in the Kroger doing that the other day swear to you. I did I saw some kid doing what she did accept the kid was in like the snack. But whatever. It doesn't make any sense. I'm speaking truth to power. Okay, is so and the reason that I'm bringing this up is because they've already filed the first day these people control of the house. Let me tell you what they did. This is what I've been waiting for first day. They they introduced a Bill to give themselves a day off as one of the first things, they did they well, they voted to give themselves a day off that was one of the first things that they did you didn't know that because they did working for the country or what are they doing? Are. They working for the country of themselves. Their day one. They wanted to take they wanted to take time off we need to we need a day off says the first thing that they did vote to give themselves time off sweet Secondly, they voted they they because they didn't want to stay in DC and opened the government or fun border security. So that's why they they decided to block that vote and gave themselves some time off because you know, it's hard out there for them for whatever reason they passed a Bill that includes more than twenty one billion dollars in new spending that Trump didn't even ask for. Do all he asked was five point six billion for the wall. All he asked. Now, it's not even just the wall. That's the wall and and some other border security issues. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So they passed a Bill that included a twenty one billion increase in things. He didn't even ask for then even clue doesn't include a dime in any kind of border security. And then they wanted to Steve Scalise said they voted to change the rules to blow your taxi raised for their entitlement programs, and then in that one twenty one billion dollars. That's when they snuck in taxpayer funding to go to that UN program. I told you about yesterday paying for abortions then because we're not done. Eleanor Norton introduced a Bill to make DC the fifty first state, which is stupid, then we had. That's a true story. Then we had. Let's see they introduced a Bill to eliminate the electoral college. This is the literally all what they did yesterday. You know, what it said hold up? Hey, they introduced a Bill to eliminate the electoral college. We're going to look at this like bit by bit here. Coming up. Oh, I'm not even done like, I still have more. But wait, there's more. How is there more because there is then they also see here they claim that they're going to restore transparency by basically, not they also had a new Bill requiring the introduced a new Bill requiring ten years of presidential tax returns. This is all the stuff that they did yesterday. I just man. America voted forum. That tells you the state of America right now, they want to eliminate the electoral college. Okay. Well, basically, they want to change America. So this is where this is all what they did on day one. This is going to be a long annoying near this is going to be a long and annoying period. Because this is not Representative. I hope the shutdown lasts until two thousand twenty. I'm totally fine with that this let it go on what it lasts just keep that shutdown going. I'm so I'm totally fine with it being shut down. And I think that Trump because seeing everything that they're doing I think that he needs to stick to his guns even more on this..
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Company, but twenty one billion dollars is the industry like to put that in perspective like billboards and outdoor marketing is a seven point one billion dollar industry, and that's the highest it's ever been. So it's. Like full that it's triple that. And that's a thing that we all know, we all know were under the influence of billboards when we see them because they're just fucking right there. Yeah. That's why altered carbon right on net flicks. Yeah. Exclusively and. Joke. Oh, wait, wrong joy. But yeah, there's this completely invisible. Industry that I know some of that I I don't know them while, but it was like in a social gathering in this person was talking about how she worked briefly for Google, and it's probably against illegal for her to tell me this story. So no one will know who I am talking. Great bread. She said that her job was simply to put this device in her purse and find a reason to go into local business and stay in there long enough until she felt it vibrate. And then she would get to leave. And she never knew what it was for what the, but she quit after a short while 'cause it was making her so uncomfortable because she was like she'd have to like an optometrist. Go in like, oh, I'm just looking at glasses. You just have to like make up a reason to be in there and the mid-sentence it beef. She's just like. No, I don't I change your mind is worth it. Yeah. And she said she thinks that it was like surveying the space that it was like measuring like sending out little signals in like creating sort of like a map of the store, and then that data was going to be sold. So Google is going to sell that data back to the businesses and go we can track it. She's like it was something to do with what you're talking about. Brit were they were mapping the store, and then that data could be used in conjunction with people's phones. So they could find out how long does someone stay at the front of the store, bro. How long do they stay in the back of this? I mean, we're talking like where's down? That's what this. That's what this. Iraq for five minutes. So that rack is very successful. Whereas that that display was was a third and get high engagement in the left quad, lower left. Quadrant companies are buying this stuff. I mean, it's crazy personally. I'm just pissed that I don't have access to that information because I bet it's fascinating all sorts of interesting should about like how humans move in groups like away they laugh grocery stores, like they laid out this way because that's like this direction that human circle and also Cal circle in that direction. Like, we all we prefer to go counter clock was, but then there was a change because whole foods to like make themselves seem different change it up. So that their direction was in a different direction. And now everybody wants to be like whole foods. So they changed it to the opposite direction. We're McDonald's they design. There's a million examples of this in McDonald's, but they designed their their booths to become uncomfortable after twenty minutes, bright. Let's get right. They don't want you to stay in there. Long enough to go. This is disgusting. True. In yellow are the proven colors that like make you uncomfortable, and you wanna get out right area, and they're stressors. So like, it's like they think researched everything red is also a stimulant so like causes it makes you more likely to make impulse decisions. Yeah. But then after twenty minutes, you're like, wait. Why are the floors? So slippery fat. Just the air. Is it? We're going to take a quick break. We'll be right back..
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Location marketing company, but twenty one billion dollars the industry like to put that in perspective like billboards and outdoor marketing is a seven point one billion dollar industry, and that's the highest it's ever been. So it's like full that it's triple that. And that's a thing that we all know, we all know were under the influence of billboards when we see them because they're just fucking right there. Yeah. That's why altered carbon right on Netflix. Yeah. Exclusively and. Joke wrong. But yeah, there's this completely invisible. Industry that I know of that. I don't know them while, but it was like in a social gathering in this person was talking about how she worked briefly for Google, and it's probably against illegal for her to tell me this story. So no one will know who I am talking. Great bread. She said that her job was simply to put this device in her purse and find a reason to go into local business and staying there long enough until she felt it by bright. And then she get to leave. And she never knew what it was for what the hub, but she quit after a short while 'cause it was making her so uncomfortable 'cause she was like she'd have to like an optometrist. Go in right. I'm just looking at glasses. You just have to like make up a reason to be in there, and then mid-sentence it beef. So she's just like, I don't I change your mind. And she said she thinks that it was like. Serving the space that it was like measuring like sending out little signals in like creating sort of like a map of the store and that data was going to be sold. So Google is going to sell that data back to the businesses and go we can track. She's like, it was something to do with what you're talking about where they were mapping the store, and then that data could be used in conjunction with people's phones. So they could find out how long does someone stay at the front of the store. How long do they stay in the back of? I mean, we're talking like. Where's down? That's what this. That's what this as Iran looking at this rack for five minutes. So that rack is very successful. Whereas that that display was was a threat and get high engagement in the left quad, lower left. Quadrant companies are buying this stuff. I mean, it's crazy personally. I'm just pissed that I don't have access to that information because I bet it's fascinating all sorts of interesting should about like how humans move in groups like right way. They latte grocery stores, like they laid out this way because that's like the direction that human circle. And also Cal circle in that direction leg we we prefer to go counterclockwise. But then there was a change because whole foods to like make themselves seem different changed it up. So that their direction was in a different direction. And now everybody wants to be like whole foods. So they changed it to the opposite direction. Mcdonald's they design there's a million examples of this at McDonald's, but they design their their booths to become uncomfortable after twenty minutes. Let's get the fuck. They don't want you to stay in there long enough to go. This is disgusting. Like bad in yellow are the proven colors that like make you uncomfortable, and you wanna get out right area, and they're stressors. So like, yeah. It's like they researched everything red is also stimulant so like causes it makes you more likely to make impulse decisions. Yes. But then after twenty minutes, you're like, wait. Why are the floors? So slippery fat just air. Eight. All right. Let's talk about the president and his wall. He's back at it. We love all because it's still doing well in the only polling that matters. Which is when he yells it at a rally people will chant it back at him. One of the ways the story is getting picked up is that there are several outlets saying the fact that he's saying that he's just going to make the military. Do it. If congress won't give him the permission to dedicate five billion dollars to building the wall that a democratic leaders plan to offer Trump one point three billion which mathematically is less than five billion. I believe what masters negotiator. So he's like fine. I'll just make the military do it. But that is illegal unless you get approval from congress saying isn't that like we take declaring war something like that?.
Japan's SoftBank steps closer to transformation with mammoth mobile IPO
"Year. Southbank is seeking to raise twenty one billion dollars with an initial public offering of its Japanese telecom operations, it would be Japan's largest IPO yet which shares expected to start trading on December nineteenth SoftBank founder Masayoshi. Sun is listing the company's cash cow as he transformed. Softbank from telecom operator into a global
How Did a Family Feud Spawn Adidas and Puma?
"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m l s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, Ren stuff. I'm Lauren vocal bomb. And I'm here today to talk about how family feuds can change the world. For example, if only two brothers named and Rudy dos. Ler had learned to get along Germany's kgab route or dos. Ler might have bested Nike is the world's top sports footwear company today. Instead, the brothers bitter feuding resulted in the brood Ostler brand that's German for dos. Ler brothers being split in half and reborn as a Dita's and Puma which today are the world's second and third top sports shoe businesses eight off or Audie dos. Ler began making shoes and his mother's laundry room shortly after returning home to the Bavarian village of heads Coon oka- following World War One his business did well and his older brother Rudolph or Rudy dos. Ler joined him a few years later to help shy. Audie was the creative force and brains behind the business while extroverted Rudy was these salesmen, the brothers Dassler soon gained a claim for rolling out the first track spikes, but the company really took off after the break. Others persuaded American Olympic athlete Jesse Owens to wear their shoes in the nineteen thirty six Berlin Olympics. He did and he won four gold medals while doing so yet it wasn't quite the triumph. It should have been for the brothers. As things were beginning to sour between the two the bad blooded started a few years earlier in nineteen thirty three when Addy's sixteen year old wife tried to interfere in the business Rudy was not pleased. It didn't help that audience and Rudy's families live together in the same town, home and their wives didn't really get along. But the breaking point came during a World War Two air raid Rudy and his family were tucked into a bomb shelter and as audience family entered Audi said, the dirty bastards are back again. He was purportedly commenting on the Royal airforce planes roaring overhead but Rudy was positive. Audie was referring to his family from there things quickly unraveled when Rudy was called up to serve in the Nazi military in nineteen forty three. He was sure that Audie had arranged it to have him sent away from the factory. Anxious to get back Rudy deserted his post in nineteen Forty-five later when arrested for desertion. He again, blamed ATI who it appears did snitch on him after a few more scuffles. The to split up the company in nineteen forty eight moving assets and employees into one of two competing operations located on opposite sides of the off river that flowed through the town ATI renamed his business. Adidas combining his first and last names Rudy did the same dubbing his Rueda though. He later changed it to Puma soon. Most of the town's citizens were employed by either Adidas or Puma in these siblings, intense rivalry spread throughout the town. If you worked for one company, you did not socialize with employees of the other marrying across enemy lines was strictly forbidden. You only shopped in the stores on the same side as the river as the factory in which you were employed overtime. Adidas far surpassed Puma in sales, thanks to audience creativity and technical acumen, though Puma also did quite well. But while the two were hard at work competing against one another they. Paid no attention to another shoe company Nike that was quietly gaining market. Share today Nike is king of the sports shoe business with thousand seventeen sales of twenty one billion dollars compared to Adidas as ten billion dollars and 'Pumas two billion the brothers did speak to one another a few times later in life. But they never reconciled. Both died in the nineteen seventies and were buried at opposite ends of the local cemetery their feud finally ended in two thousand nine when employees of both companies played together in a friendly soccer match. Nonetheless, the dos liberal epic fight was named by time magazine as one of history's top ten family feuds alongside such notables as Cain and Abel and the hatfields and mccoys. Today's episode was written by Melanie, red Zeki McManus and produced by Tyler plan for more on this topic. Check out our sibling podcast ridiculous history. They have a whole episode audit. Call Adidas versus Puma a tale of two brothers. And of course for lots of other contentious, topics. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com. Hello. It's me Academy Award winning film, actor Christopher Walken of stopped by today to tell you about a friend of mine who is a new comedy podcast coming to this network. His name is Kevin Pollack. You know, you may even claim to you POWs. He's your favorite never mind. Favored what the point is. You like them. He makes you laugh while his new comedy podcast is called alchemy vis each episode. He's like a puppet master he sets the scene and then five of his favorite funny, friends, and he improvised, all of it. Wow. The sound effects and music is crazy. Do yourself a solid sample. Kevin Pollack's new comedy podcasts. Alchemy. This starting October eighteen exclusively from how stuff works celebrity voices impersonated by Kevin Pollack that guy who's talking right now.
National Geographic admits much of its past coverage was racist
"By reborn as city attorney's office is focused on keeping guns away from the teens who might use them in schools elliott school police chief steve zipper men says that the shooting in parkland florida has changed how people react to threats steve mnuchin tried to make light of the constant information that continues to come regarding information on weapons and social media threats we're getting a huge increase of the information from students the city attorney charged two dads in the valley for failing to properly lock up their guns the charges come up within six months in jail and a thousand dollar fine well it sounds like video of the treasury secretary at ucla has been leaked steve mnuchin tried to make light of the constant hissing from people in the crowd well let me first say that the only part of this that i understand that you wanted to his was by going to yell that is completely understandable but he was apparently bothered enough by the appearance last month that he withdrew his agreement to post the event online you guys get to hiss at me i don't get to you you complaints came from students and free speech advocates and ucla released it friday only saying mnuchin gave his okay michael krozier kfi news near retirees have pushed california's pension costs up another billion dollars a year robert fellner with the transparent california says that more than twenty five thousand government workers joined calpers in the last fiscal year personnel paying out nearly twenty one billion dollars a year represents a forty three percent increase over just the past five years while he says cushier benefits passed in nineteen ninety nine and two thousand one have led to the pension costs going way up with new retirements and national geographic says it's past coverage of the world was racist editorinchief susan goldberg says the publication which is devoting its april issued to race head do own it story to move beyond it an internal investigation showed that until the nineteen seventies national geographic pretty much ignored people of color in the united states who were not domestics or laborers it also reinforced people of color from foreign lands as exotics famously infrequently unclothed happy hunters noble savages every type of cliche aaron bender kfi news traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center now let's take a look.
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"In the cousins in the in the uncles and in the in laws i think it becomes a little bit too cumbersome and that's not where we should take this but i do understand the parents and the child so what do you say to the push back in another country whose weed is the term turn to come in and these are people who is coming to oversee the visa or under the fence and they're here that's nazeer either no and i think people need to get in line i don't think we should be giving those people who came in in this country illegally putting them at the front of the line i think we need to take those people who are going through the process give them the opportunity go through the process this and everybody needs to get line i think the president i think the president's on proposal is a very good first step um i think there's gonna be some negotiations because it's gonna take sixty votes out of the senate to pass anything and the republicans only have fifty one so for serious about getting immigration reform and making sure we take care of these daca kids we're gonna have to give a little bit in order to get something to the president's desk what about the wall because of all sorts of off the walls has to be there does it well i can quit the wall i think there are certain parts of the border you need to have a wall and i believe there's other parts of the border that you can use other methods of enforcement like drones are uh uh you know other techno technology that we can use for enforcement i'm not sure you have to have you know a a wall across the whole border but certain places he definitely well once more but he's asking for he t to twenty one billion dollars of our money to do it more you're in any to we are going to have to finance the fall and i think that's part of the negotiations and they said the president in his proposal he's willing to take care of these daca kentucky's being a lot more generous than the previous administration was with the daca kids giving one point eight million daca kids the opportunity to stay here versus eight hundred thousand but in exchange for that we have got to have border security we have got.
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6
"Sexual assault which i miss the no tolerance where any also has history with him because they represent the league if the hundred that got the also with memories of the competition committee all compensation committee excuse me they just kicked him to the kurds he's mad about that but one last thing on the anthem demonstrations a net being an issue in logically the are not handling it the right way the president the vice president jerry joel's imbaba khmer have done exponentially more to gas like that issue than the players and say okay forget about him which he owns one hundred of bills right art art are the packers armor tell us been its three year twenty one billion dollar contract in march he gave him forty four catches and no touchdowns this season it's a day green bay gave bennett is walking tape it'll be looking at that camera cutting tight and failed to disposing medical commission according to feel gates by cutting bennett with that as a nation steps up the packers case for a grievance to reclaim the 442 too many remaining paraded signing bonus money so bennett who announced shamail during the packers body it was pretty showed us will be his last season is already been ruled out of a second gave because of a shoulder injury now subject to waivers put should he just calling it a career it it it seems like it because they after save me thinking about retiring need already mitchell retired he not only just thinking about it he announced it so this has i feel like i know there's been a lot of chatter especially among patriots fans that maybe somehow some way he can wind up coming back there but this feels like somebody who has reached a point in their career were their comfortable with being done ten years in thirty years old especially known we know now about player helping you talking about somebody who was an entrepreneur he's got to imagine asian agency.
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on WDRC
"The gut practices so it's a good way do enough i understand was one hundred twenty one billion dollars spent for obamacare in 2016 so if i mean wisconsin or if i'm in texas i go by their philosophy so where does that money go if i get it through my employer i really don't need me help if i'm on my own that's what i want to get a plan that i can afford especially if i'm not doing that well yet is that were that so that would make by state option more plausible it takes all the obamacare spammy y'all decaf credit card turn reduction y'all murky expansion in the hague turned it over the gate and allow game could manage their healthcare spreading yet it the other thing it goes grind to could make a pair of ill health care dollars from federal government right now three states california new york massachusetts erupts going a little bit more than twenty percent of the population getting i think thirty seven percent of all bomb occur on grossly unfair so think like wisconsin completely getting your lifted ganic doll you that were me completely unfair so you're up after the your tenure time period ben quickly every american you can get about the same level of funding per capita from the federal government curbs help your but it it it allowed state human thing cleancut high risk pools he take care people looking hot hype hot barbara and the federal government ever came with a one size fits all model what is it due to the medical device tax what is it due to the individual mandate who about the employer mandate when it comes to if you have a certain amount of employees you have to all offer them a you have to offer them healthcare it repeals them so it get rid of the individual mandate in the penalty would you they nasty penalty get the employer mandate which william limiting bill who from growing beyond yet e because people don't want to have to put up with all the mandate of obamacare and we give to the medical device packed with drug crop to help year it really group would tap so he get krugel thing again take the money distributed far more fairly between the date you're in my food i've got a democrat union federal pammy baldwin.
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Is the best way to do enough i understand it was one hundred twenty one billion dollars spent for obamacare in 2016 so if i mean wisconsin or if i'm in texas i go by their philosophy so where does that money go if i get it through my employer i really don't need any help if i'm on my own that's what i want to get a plan that i can afford especially if i'm not doing that well yet is that were that so that would make by state option more plausible yeah yeah it takes all the obamacare spammy yelled the task credits the car cern reductions now the medicaid expansion in a uturn don't do state in allows game could manage their healthcare betty yet it the other thing it goes by and could just make the air healthcare dow's from better government right now three states california new york massachusetts ilep's loves getting a little bit more than twenty percent of the population you're getting i think thirty seven percent of obamacare finding grossly unfair sofi figthback wisconsin completely getting your disadvantaged all you got word accused completely unfair so up after the your tenure time period basically every american is going to get about the same level of funding per capita from the federal government turks healthcare but it it allows state demands thing saying things like high risk pools could keep care people resist hot high costs condition by read the federal government ever came with a onesizefitsall model what is it due to the medical device tax what does it do to the individual mandate what about the employer mandate when it comes to if you have a certain amount of employees you have to offer them you have to offer them healthcare repeal repeals them so get rid of the individual mandate in the penalty which is a nasty penalty gets the employer mandate which really is limiting deuces from going beyond fifty because people don't want to have to put up with all the mandates of of obamacare and he get rid of medical device tax which drives up the cost healthcare it really stupid tax so you'd get through those thing again take the money distributed far more fairly between the state in my feet i got a democrat union.
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on KELO
"To get to a real free market and we don't want to frankly because you do need to do something to protect those people who otherwise could not afford insurance in the individual market and can we understand that also we are not talking about end of the world debates here most people get their insurance at work and most people are pretty content with that are you if you get your insurance at work chances are you are but moving in the right right direction involves giving people more choice getting them more involved in their own healthcare decision making and allowing market to work the key thing to keep in mind as even if you look at the scoring by the cbo the congressional budget office the cbo stipulated that there would be a real reduction in in premiums for most people particularly for young and healthy people that makes insurance more attracted the cbo also projected that this reform even as it's written right now even with that unworkable language that this reform would actually mean a reduction in deficit spending of three hundred and twenty one billion dollars so where do we go from here and what are the chances that republicans can go back regroup get this right and yet the votes that we need we'll speak with lonnie chen who has been working on these issues for a long time and has some very solid thinking on the issue.
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"I they say that it will reduce the deficit so according to the cbo the senate bill would reduce the federal deficit from two thousand seventeen to two thousand twenty six by three hundred twenty one billion dollars two hundred and two billion dollars more than the savings from the house version of the bill so overall that means the bill would reduce spending by over trillion dollars over the next ten years and thanks to tax cuts reduced government funding intake by seven hundred one billions they're getting rid of a bunch of the taxes that paid for obamacare and so what you have is reduction of spending but also reduction of government intake in terms of revenue so the net is at the senate bill would save the federal government three hundred and twenty one billion dollars no problem is a lot of these cuts are never going to materialize to medicaid because obamacare will be in the death spiral and more and more people are going to be joining medicaid and it'll be calls for the federal government to continue sponsoring all of that the second thing the cbo says that it will increase the uninsured so as i say cbo has always had this bizarrely rosy view of obamacare they're always saying the same number of people who are uninsured now will be uninsured by twenty twenty six under obamacare but that's not remotely true and then they used that baseline obamacare nancy obamacare's gonna keep this many people uninsured and trumpcare is going to make this many people on in short that's neglecting a couple of things one the vast majority of people who are going to lose their insurance are not going to lose it they're going to drop out of it because they don't feel like paying for their crappy obamacare insurance without the mandate they're going to drop out so if you voluntarily drop your insurance that is not the same thing as you quote unquote losing your insurance.
"twenty one billion dollars" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Well uh on mean fm kuwait you're talking about hitting you're talking about a well among to thank that phasing out the expansion of medicaid they covered about twelve million a additional a goal under the affordable care act um which clearly takes away insurance from a lot of people you're talking about changing the system of funding federal funding for medicaid and making it what's called a per capita cap system fill a limited amount of funding per person instead of an openended fundingarrangement and you're also talking about changing is subsidy subsidies um and the way that the individual private insurance market works for people um and the combination of those things the cbo saying mean fewer people with coverage read a number of years the cbo doses and over the next ten years the federal deficit would be reduced by three hundred twenty one billion dollars nothing to sneeze right year um eliminating bunch of taxes that were put in place to help fund the aca and donald yes nothing to seniors at but at the same time um it means coverage loss for a whole lot of people including many who has game coverage for the first time t million if i read this right would lose coverage by next year is that true or the fifty pure would have it by mixture uh i haven't read the specifics of that really carefully but um that sounds right to me um because i'm a big part of this is people no longer have to pay the penalty if they go without insurance and i think the cbo is thinking in part that a lot of people will think crew i don't have to pay a penalty anymore so i don't have to have insurance if they're healthy and don't want to pay for it also the case that wild some especially secure an older would see suisses older would see significant uh hikes in what their spending zinc average premiums would decrease by twenty percent is in twenty twenty six so if you're patient there's some savings here uh for some on average abby write a lot of younger people may be paying somewhat less you also have to consider that the insurance you may well not be nearly as comprehensive is what is required under the affordable care act that oh a higher deductibles um and.
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"That's what the white house is warning syria putting out a last night that the us has potential evidence the syrian military maybe prepping another chemical attack like one and april the triggered an american response and there's response from russia fox's alastair wang quinlivan are a european bureau david influential russian legislators snubbing the white house his warning cooling at a quote provocation he said the us is preparing to attack syrian government forces and according to russian upper house lawmaker franz klintsevitch he accused the us of cynicism the white house on monday warning syria against another chemicals strikes such as the one in ah april that led to dozens of tomahawk missiles hitting anafi field that debate that the us said was used to store chemical weapons safe alastair democrat stages sit in outside the capitol last night protesting the senate republican plan to replace obamacare who question must be what will we do we put forward our lives we sacrifice thumb of fortune said interkoream mogre hours of your new analysis of the plan came out the cbo congressional budget office release its report on the set at healthcare bill monday it predicts it will cut the deficit by three hundred twenty one billion dollars within the next decade but it estimates the new health care will increase the number of uninsured twenty two million people over the next ten years oxes kelly rights the white house takes issue with the cbo issuing this statement the cbo as consistently prove it it cannot accurately predict how healthcare legislation will impact insurance coverage republican leaders is still trying to convince five gop senators who opposed the bill to switch to a yes bill.
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"In the business you know coming from the institutional side and that's that's one of the things that we always make sure that when when we're working with students that that they really understand is is there's two sides of the market there's the institutional side and there's the retail side and the institutions just do things very differently and that's why we've really state our whole educational process around the institutional side and and in the end when you look at who makes all the money in the markets it's usually not the retail public and you it's the institutions that are generating billions of dollars whether the markets going up or down it was what jp morgan chase last year was around twenty one billion and they didn't have a single losing day and i don't know how many people have friends who who made twenty one billion dollars or let's just say didn't have a single down day in the markets the institutions are just very there are very well oiled machine and they have that set business plan in place that they go in operate under and that's exactly what we teach the students when they come out to one of our halfday classes when they come out to one of our our brick and mortar i love you said that are brick and mortar facilities and they are beautiful facilities but that's what we teach is how to build that business plan that fits inside of your life for trading you call it a trading plan you can call it a business plan by having that order of operations that you go through over and over to make sure that you're in a situation where you could generate not just some money but generate consistent money because in the end i will joke every now and then but it's reality we all have money always going out rai you're buying food you're paying your mortgage paying your utilities whatever it is now i've got to help kids prepare him for school paid for all sorts of different things monies consistently going out no matter what phase of our life warren it's very important that we have it consistently coming in and that's what that business plan does for a business and that's what.