35 Burst results for "Twenty Six Billion Dollars"

J&J, distributors finalize $26B landmark opioid settlement

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

J&J, distributors finalize $26B landmark opioid settlement

"Drug maker Johnson and Johnson in three major distributors have finalized a nationwide settlement over their role in the opioid addiction crisis I'm Ben Thomas with details the twenty six billion dollars settlement is the largest to date among the many opioid related cases had been playing out across the country Johnson and Johnson AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and McKesson announced the settlement plan last year contingent on getting participation from a critical mass of state and local governments none of the twenty six billion will go to victims of opioid addiction or their survivors rather it'll go to nearly every state and local government and the U. S. to boost programs aimed at reversing the crisis especially in devastated low counts that include many parts of rural America I'm Ben Thomas

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Treasury Announces Auctions to Raise $126 Billion Next Week

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Treasury Announces Auctions to Raise $126 Billion Next Week

"The treasury department is taking emergency measures to keep from broaching the newly imposed debt limit the treasury says it will raise one hundred and twenty six billion dollars by auctioning three and ten year treasury notes and the thirty year bond that'll happen Tuesday through Wednesday of next week the money raised will allow the treasury to meet the debt servicing requirements on fifty eight point six billion dollars in treasury notes and bonds that are coming due plus raise about sixty seven point four billion dollars in new cash to keep the government operating the government's debt ceiling went back into effect on August first after having been suspended for two years it stands at twenty eight point four trillion dollars treasury secretary Janet Yellen has called on Congress to quickly lift or suspend the borrowing limit Ben Thomas Washington

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US Opioid Lawsuits on Verge of Settlements With 4 Companies

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

US Opioid Lawsuits on Verge of Settlements With 4 Companies

"Opioid lawsuits in the US are on the verge of settlements with four companies a proposed to twenty six billion dollar settlement between state and local governments and the three biggest drug distribution companies in the United States plus drug maker Johnson and Johnson appears close at hand lawyers for local governments announced Tuesday they are on the verge of a deal under which Johnson and Johnson would not produce any opioids for at least ten years additionally AmerisourceBergen cardinal health and McKesson would share information on prescriptions in an effort to stop the flood of pills if approved the settlement will likely be the biggest so far in litigation involving the opioids epidemic hi Mike Rossio

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Microsoft Bulks Up With $16 Billion Deal for Nuance Communications

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft Bulks Up With $16 Billion Deal for Nuance Communications

"Microsoft agreed to acquire the speech recognition company nuance communications for sixteen billion dollars. Nuance was a pioneer in speech recognition and artificial intelligence technology it software formed the basis for apple's siri voice assistant before apple switched to an house. Version the deal is microsoft second largest acquisition under ceo. Saw tina dowa after it bought linked in for twenty six billion dollars in two thousand sixteen. An our reporter. Aaron says it's actually part of microsoft's push into healthcare nuance has a lot of different types of users but one big growth area for the company is healthcare. This is a big area where sort of clinical documentation can be done using nuances technology. So it can go to a doctor's office dr can speak to nuance and nuance will be able to understand and interpret their doctor lingo their healthcare lingo and it's very specialized in that way and so that is a very key area of growth from microsoft in its cloud and it's just a huge area for just technology consumption. In general as as a lot of healthcare moves to more digital cloud kind of

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Microsoft Is Acquiring Nuance Communications

Techmeme Ride Home

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft Is Acquiring Nuance Communications

"Microsoft has acquired speech tech company nuance for nineteen point. Seven billion dollars in cash a twenty three percent premium on its friday closing price on the stock market quoting cnbc the nuance acquisition represents microsoft's largest acquisition since it bought linked in for more than twenty six billion dollars in two thousand sixteen. It's the latest sign. Microsoft is hunting for more growth through acquisitions. The company is also reportedly in talks to buy the chat app. Discord for about ten billion dollars on top of that microsoft made an effort to bhai tick tock. Us business last year for about thirty billion dollars before the deal was derailed. Last month microsoft completed its seven point six billion dollar acquisition of gaming company zan amax nuance would be aligned. With the part of microsoft's business that serves businesses and governments nuance derives revenue by selling tools. For recognizing and transcribing speech in dr office visits customer service calls and voicemails in its announcement microsoft said nuances. Technology will be used to augment microsoft's cloud products for health care which were launched last year in an interview on cnbc squawk on the street. Monday microsoft ceo such an adela highlighted nuances healthcare tools as the key driver behind the acquisition quote. We've seen a massive acceleration of digital transformation healthcare in particular nonetheless said when you think about the provider market digital tech is going to be the

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Johnson & Johnson and other drug companies plan tax breaks to offset $26 billion opioid settlement

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:23 min | 1 year ago

Johnson & Johnson and other drug companies plan tax breaks to offset $26 billion opioid settlement

"Johnson and johnson has gotten a lot of praise for its single dose covid nineteen vaccine approved by the fda last weekend but as it works to end the pandemic. johnson and johnson is also among four of america's biggest healthcare companies that are negotiating a settlement for their role in the nation's deadly opioid crisis. Tens of billions of dollars are at stake but the companies are also planning to use corporate tax breaks including a new one created during the pandemic to offset those opioid payouts. Some members of congress are furious about this. Npr addiction correspondent. Brian man joins us now. Brian So we mentioned johnson and johnson but there are other companies in this situation rate. Rachel johnson and johnson's obviously the name brand company here. These other three cardinal health amirah source baragan and mckesson work more behind the scenes or these really big corporations that earned huge profits distributing highly addictive opioid medications and now they face this wave of lawsuits tied to that business we know from financial filings at the companies are close to a settlement. That would resolve all that. Here's a cardinal health. Ceo michael kaufmann speaking to investors last month of cover the opioid quickly. You know as i've said in the path that continues to be as you know complex the go a lot of moving parts but were continuing to make progress there under the tentative terms of this deal. Cardinal health and these other companies aren't expected to admit any wrongdoing but as much as twenty six billion dollars would be paid out to help communities slammed by the opioid crisis but now these companies have revealed plans to write off a portion of those opioid payments on their taxes. House that's is that supposed to work. Yeah this is really controversial. In financial filings. The firm say they plan to declare these opioid payments as losses which is a deduction right. It's similar to one. Anybody might use to pay less than federal taxes. So if they pay twenty six billion dollars in opioid settlements they could recoup as much as four billion in tax benefits and that really anger some lawmakers including congressman jimmy gomez. He's a democrat from california. He says these communities need that money they get away with it detonates. Less money going into into the treasury that means less money for programs that will help get with the fallout of the crystals the companies. Meanwhile say they're just following federal tax law and that appears to be the case. One of the companies cardinal health says it plans to use a new tax break created last year under the cares act. This was a law. Signed by former president trump meant to help companies that were struggling because of the pandemic is cardinal health. A struggling company. No and this again is why this is so controversial. These health care and drug companies have done really well financially over the last year but cardinal health has confirmed it still plans to use that pandemic tax benefit to recoup as much as four hundred and twenty million dollars in taxes. Already paid out. The company sent a statement. Npr saying their tax plan is quote permissible under federal law but congressman gomez described. This use of the cares act is outrageous and wrong. His committee the house oversight and reform committee sent letters to all of these companies asking for more information about their tax strategies. We expect to hear some answers to those questions by next

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New York’s $226 Billion Pension Fund Is Dropping Fossil Fuel Stocks

Democracy Now! Audio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

New York’s $226 Billion Pension Fund Is Dropping Fossil Fuel Stocks

"The state of new york has announced plans to divest. Its two hundred twenty. Six billion dollar retirement fund from most fossil fuel companies. The new york state common retirement fund is the third largest public pension fund in the united states. New york state controller. Tom donna police said the fund would divest from the riskiest oil and gas companies by twenty twenty five and decarbonised by twenty forty. The decision follows years of organizing by the divest new york campaign which was launched after hurricane. Sandy bill mckibben co-founder of three fifty dot. Org hailed the decision. This is one of the really great. In a moment. This is the biggest pension fund to divaesque. It comes from the state that is at the heart of the global financial system. That is it is smart money and it comes after the lawyer for of the controller to engage with these oil companies and try to knock some sense into

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Criminals stealing unemployment benefits as claims surge

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Criminals stealing unemployment benefits as claims surge

"Honda models are taking advantage of the unemployment surge and stealing jobless benefits U. S. labor department official testifying this past week at least twenty six billion dollars will have been wasted going mostly to fraudsters instead of the millions of Americans in need security experts say most of the fraud appears to be criminals using stolen data to make claims under someone else's identity Yuni Han ABC

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South African President Unveils Historic Coronavirus Economic Stimulus

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

South African President Unveils Historic Coronavirus Economic Stimulus

"And south Africa's put together a twenty six billion dollar package to offset the fallout from the pandemic impacts might come in says the country plans to finance it through existing budgets and funding from multilateral institutions minimal funds are likely to be kept from private galas the V. to keeping costs down according to Trudi Makhaya president Cyril Ramaphosa's economic adviser the support measures include ten point five billion dollars with guarantees for banks to encourage them to lend that would require immediate financing in Cape Town my code Bloomberg

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"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Twenty six billion dollars and all these facilities they need cash flow on these things they were going to have about six hundred thousand visitors during those two weeks of the games and the eleven thousand athletes plus you know it's just going to be a delay of a year it's going to be challenging sure but not nearly the challenge that the four hundred and twenty one thousand people and counting around the world are coping with their infections with the corona virus and the sign of relief is Japan doesn't have to host the games and make all those answers answer all those questions about why are you holding a games at a time when the world is either still suffering from this epidemic or just coming out of it so it's it's actually a good thing the only be an economic cost not nearly as much to Japan as a cancellation but an economic cost that Goldman Sachs puts in about six billion dollars not the sixty billion in direct and indirect costs that could have come down the pike to Japan and its economy if the games have been already canceled what else would you point to Steven when you talk about the economic fallout that may just give us a bit of a better sense of where policy makers are at in terms of trying to protect the Japanese economy well I mean the Japanese economy was already in trouble ahead of this crown of virus outbreak because of the global trade situation and the issues of South Korea and and of course the global trade war but you know the games were expected to give up a boost of course to the Japanese economy it that's going to be delayed okay I think the baseline best case scenario perhaps would be the beginning of a recovery by the third quarter but the it's it's still pretty much an unforeseen outlook right now because we don't know when this epidemic is going to hit its apex and start improving we didn't get it in the last hour or two Hey I got an email from moody's and they put out a statement saying although the direct economic and fiscal impact of the postponement of the Olympics is dwarfed by the wider fallout from the global corona virus outbreak the postponement will hit business and consumer sentiment further straining investment and consumption through the first half of twenty twenty so that's where we need to go through the first half of twenty twenty get this pain out of the way and then we examine the whole issue fave greatest fear thanks for that that's our chief north Asia correspondent Stephen Engle of X. three M. say they are accelerating production.

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Tokyo Olympics postponed until 2021 due to coronavirus

BTV Simulcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Tokyo Olympics postponed until 2021 due to coronavirus

"The Olympics has finally been postponed the IOC and Tokyo organizers have agreed to delay the games for a year although they insist it is not a cancellation also the coronavirus sees India heading into a locked down for the next three weeks let's have the very latest now from our chief north Asia correspondent even angle and see the start with the Olympics they seem to be a no choice decision I guess for the IOC in Japan growing momentum and calls from around the world that the games they just would not be appropriate I just four months down the road from now from yesterday would be four months ago and to this July twenty fourth opening ceremonies it just wouldn't be right given the death toll given the escalating number of cases around the world there are more than fifty four thousand cases now in the United States and by most epidemiologists estimates they have not reached a peak yet we all know the situation in Italy of course in other areas of Europe and then the emerging areas of of the the Asia which I'm to talk about in just a second India weather's Thailand Singapore they're escalating number of new cases every single day so to hold the games at this time or to even have any semblance of normalcy that it's going to go ahead in four months was just not appropriate and that they're going to keep it as the Tokyo twenty twenty game in name but it'll be delayed by at least a year most likely next summer the economic impact that's the big question Goldman Sachs earlier this month said if it was canceled it could have direct and indirect consequences upwards of sixty billion dollars this is a sunk cost for the Tokyo municipal government as well as the IOC twenty six billion dollars spent by the local municipality to build out all the facilities but to delay it by a year Goldman now saying the economic impact could be about six billion dollars I think it's still a little bit too early but it's also going to take a hit on some of those Olympic sponsorship deals in a Toyota for one has spent one point eight billion dollars for a ten year agreement to sponsor the Olympics and I guess somewhat prophetically their slogan their tagline for the games was start your impossible well it's gonna be a year later to start that impossible

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California AG drops challenge to T-Mobile-Sprint merger

John McGinness

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

California AG drops challenge to T-Mobile-Sprint merger

"California is dropping its fight against team mobiles merger with sprint the state was the last big hold out in getting the twenty six billion dollar merger finalized Attorney General Havea Serra had argued that combining the companies would dramatically reduce competition and push up prices but he reached a settlement with T. mobile and will no longer appeal the court's decision this means the deal could close by

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T-Mobile-Sprint Deal, Affecting 100 Million Customers, Approved by Judge

MarketFoolery

04:57 min | 2 years ago

T-Mobile-Sprint Deal, Affecting 100 Million Customers, Approved by Judge

"Got the bane of my investing existence assistance with its latest quarterly report. We're going to dip into the full mailbag but we're going to start with the business story of the day and that is the fact that nearly two years after the merger drove T. Mobile and sprint was announced we are. We're not at the finish line but we are one big step closer to this deal being finished. US District Judge ruled in favor of sprints twenty six billion dollar deal to merge with T. mobile and in terms of the stocks shares a T. mobile mobile up about ten percent shares of sprint up. Seventy two percent. Yeah well in seventy two percent from a really low number yes absolutely is the T.. Mobile pop was yeah. That's that's pretty significant and I like it because it shows the market's expectation that this is going to be actually a good thing for both from both companies to merge into one One one of the things. I've found that Kind of unusual is that The claim is that this is going to me job creating from the get-go most mergers like this Our job destroying because you Overlap on a whole bunch of Back Back Office office things for instance and But these guys are saying yeah. We're going to create something like thirty five hundred dollars. I think is the number for the first year and eleven thousand over the next five years. That's pretty cool. Yes absolutely if they can pull that off and it's interesting because it to your point they're trying to strike a balance they're trying to say. Hey we're going to create jobs but they're also saying to Wall Street. We think about six billion dollars in synergies right. It'd be because yes absolutely some of the HR Dr Finance legal some of those jobs. Go Away I I should mention were again. We're not we're not at the final step here. It's still needs to be approved by the California Public Utilities Commission. But as you said I mean you look at the market reaction it seems teams like maybe not. I don't want to jinx it but it seems like this is going to happen I think it will. The states The thirteenth states that were challenging it led by California for New York New York Attorney General said that she still wants to really think about this as she still believes. The judge was wrong but I think and and reading the the Excerpts from the judge's decision it seems that he was pretty on board saying that this is going to be actually better for the industry T mobile He he called him out T.. Mobile has really challenged the comments. At and T. and verizon The companies that CEO John Legere Ledger Ledger ca routinely called dumb and dumber in his notes but He says the judge that has says that In an should be good for the business and we're having a fourth company stood up in in the form of dish network They're being stood up a with a With the use of a T. mobile and sprint's networks for I believe seven years and a whole whole bunch of customers that are going to be transferred over to them to get them up and running a fourth a cell provider competitor. He mentioned John Ledger. Adjourn and one of my favorite. CEO's never fails to entertain. But I think it's you know ledger because of his antics because because of the way he would go after in particular verizon an at and T. and very public ways. I should also mention both stocks down ever so slightly if you're at GMT and your verizon. You're you're not thrilled about this but maybe it it helps a little bit. John Ledger is not going to be the. CEO of the resulting company. Mike seaver is going to get the corner office on this so that was announced. November is not a new thing with this right and if if you like colorful. CEO's while there's a little bit of sadness with this but it's point out that ledger wasn't just amusing and colorful he. He was also a very effective business. Leader did a great job of adding subscribers to the bottom line for T. Mobile. If he wasn't able to do that then he would have. Just been a mouthy. CEO who wasn't backing it up. No he backed it up. No it did and One of the things he did was he got I think he got the company more more energized in in both getting its customers satisfied which for this industry is big hurdle and And getting the employee is more engaged in happy employees happy customers and that leads to better business and the revenue numbers that this company had been growing like crazy. So yeah they've been they've been doing pretty well bill under ledger and hope they continue under a

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T-Mobile's $26.5 billion Sprint merger approved by judge

Steve Scaffidi

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

T-Mobile's $26.5 billion Sprint merger approved by judge

"News it appears the government's going to approve the merger between sprint and T. mobile the nation's third and fourth largest wireless carriers after a federal judge now has approved team mobiles twenty six billion dollar takeover of spring CVS just lesson today US district judge ruled in favor of the merger between T. mobile and sprint and the stock was a pretty big in premarket trading it looks like this deal is going to happen there are few more hurdles to close the deal the California public utilities commission has to approve it and so until that happens it's not a definite but it looks more likely

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T-Mobile-Sprint merger wins approval from U.S. judge

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

T-Mobile-Sprint merger wins approval from U.S. judge

"This morning looks like sprint is about finished off is a brand of the twenty six billion dollar merger deal with team mobile was okayed by a federal judge only California needs to approve the deal for the new company to happen which will be called T. mobile if you own shares and sprint all good for you either up about seventy percent

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Telecoms Mega-Merger

Squawk Pod

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Telecoms Mega-Merger

"And T. mobile the long-awaited merger of the number. Three and number four wireless providers is closer to happening nearly two years after I being announced announced a US district judge ruled in favor of the twenty six billion dollar deal rejecting an unusual suit filed in June by attorneys general from thirteen states and DC. In that suit the states argued a combined sprint T.. Mobile would reduce competition in the industry and lead to higher cell phone bills for consumers yesterday on the pod. We brought you Andrew Ross. Sorkin exclusive exclusive discussion with Marcello Flora the former sprint CEO who is now executive chairman of we work and CEO of Softbank a sprint investor. We're going to have a decision. I'm based on the merits of the merger. Nothing has changed. We believe that is the best for. US consumer central repetition. The judge's decision was announced today while Squawk box was on the air. Sending the stock price of both companies straight up. It is now official a federal judge approving

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"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot com money news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP and at six fifty five what's going to Jeff claim on after we go on records none today the Dow finished the session down two hundred seventy seven points one percent the S. and P. five hundred index lost a half percent today but it rallied three and a quarter percent for the week construction health care and hospitality lead job growth last month two hundred twenty five thousand jobs added more than expected the under employment rates part time workers looking for full time work was a record low six point seven percent T. mobile landed a million subscribers last quarter and expects to add another three and a half million this year still no updates on its plan twenty six billion dollar merger with sprint a deal sprint has said it needs to survive best big tech company pay that would be snap chat the median pay at Snapchat last year was three hundred six thousand dollars the median pay at Google was two forty seven Jeff label WTOP news thank you so much Jeff keep it here we'll talk about the descending temperatures overnight and then what White House official was escorted out today it's six fifty six if you're a woman over fifty we have a message for you it's never too late to change your life and your body and health back you've come this far and you are worth it hi I'm Beverly fox this is my friend Cathy to share her EMP when eighty story I had fifty started in a way to fight left our Jack had no energy and my joints ache so we started working out harder but nothing changed then I went to EMC one eighty and found out everything I've been doing my entire life was basically wrong the M. P. one eighty program is easy to follow and in just six weeks I've changed my health.

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Testimony ends in T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial in New York

Masters in Business

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Testimony ends in T-Mobile-Sprint merger trial in New York

"In the canyon reports the FCC and justice department argued in favor of a planned merger of T. mobile and sprint in a legal filing the department of justice and the FCC claim they have worked out of twenty six billion dollar merger deal that allows T. mobile and sprint to merge while it ensures adequate competition in the telecommunications market place a coalition of fourteen state attorneys general has argued that the merger would drive up prices for consumers and would lead to a lack of competition testimony ended today moving the trial closer to having a judge ruled on whether the deal violates federal anti trust

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IFF to merge with DuPont's $26 billion nutrition unit

Fox News Sunday

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

IFF to merge with DuPont's $26 billion nutrition unit

"Learned international flavors and fragrances is now running a twenty six billion dollar agreement for du Pont's nutrition division the transaction is said to create a new company comprised of the bidders assets and dupont's nutrition business that will be spun off to existing investors an agreement could be announced as soon as today I. F. F. instead of beat out Ireland's Kerry group for dupont's nutrition

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"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You can score passes there you know mark as we said treating in the market isn't rocket science but you need to understand how to do it you know ultimately the education is a separation and even understanding how to have a better conversation with your own money manager the very basics when they say Hey we should get you into this program you're really going on a whim in most cases because you don't know you don't know you know most investors have no clue as to what they own they have no idea what the fees are that are involved so let's go ahead share that with you on average if you're allowing somebody mad your money for you you're paying about two percent on average specially if your mutual funds most investors don't realize at an average is about six different hidden fees with any mutual fund and you only know what they are yeah and I mean that's the thing about that is so many students that we we talk with you know where the local guys so we get to sit speak with so many students here in the segment area and they come in and say well I've got a no load feet and I don't have any I don't have any fees and now he even the large brokerages are offering zero commissions on being able to trade the market I'm here to tell you nobody works for free it doesn't work that way it's just to get you in a different way that's part of the education that we provide people the very basics of how the financial markets work I I think you're being very polite they're great when you say they're getting you in a different way they're basically sticking it to you I mean when we look at it and Charles Schwab is just taken over TD Ameritrade for twenty six billion dollars there is a reason why they want assets under management they want their trillions of dollars that they are holding on to on behalf of their clients and they want to utilize those assets to make money in the market so look at brokerage firms like you would a bank you put your money in a bank account but it's not sitting there they're using it to make money in other ways what they're doing the same thing with your portfolio so you need to learn more and come see us for a couple hours and and that's it people have to take action you have to be educated even if you just want to understand what someone's trying to sell you from a financial product that out there or how you can take control of your financial future mark again we need to get more people out there given the opportunity I say we give aways more free passes we say let's give some passes away let's do it now awesome so if you're driving this to be a great time to pull over get ready to pick up your phone and when a pair of passes and more right now we have a workshop coming up in the greater xexmenu area as well as our beautiful campus in Roseville these three are workshops or were we top thousands of.

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"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The right to learn which of their personal data companies hold democratic senator Maria Cantwell off of the bill and is on the line this morning from our hometown of Edmonds Washington senator good morning good morning if this were to become law what right but I have that I didn't before you in a digital age should have the right to control your data that is what information is collected about you what information might be passed on or sold to a third party the ability to have your information deleted once it might be collected you decide you don't like that organization or that entity and to make sure that no discriminatory practices are used against you we live in an era now where lots of data is being collected and we believe consumers should have right I like the idea of telling company delete my data but I'm thinking about the complexities of this in practice for example I believe the legislation says the companies have to get permission before they collect biometric information from me like an I. scanner something that sounds really good but we've seen recently this change where websites have to ask permission to track our activity and essentially you just have to constantly click yes yes yes in the exact same thing happens is is it really that much better well first of all we need to have strong analgesics and the way the law currently works is the FTC the Federal Trade Commission does investigate what are harmful I mean practices that companies are pursuing but it's it's not a bright line it is basically amounts to the warning the first time and then penalties for not disclosing to consumers we want my point is they just end up doing what they want to do I mean that that is why you need a strong federal law okay and the strong federal law has to have severe penalties and a bright line were also saying that consumers should up the right to sue if companies either breach their data or disclose information to third parties when they have not given permission and the consumer has been harmed so by creating a strong federal framework where you declare that consumers have privacy rights that they should be able to control their data you create a harmful and deceptive practice law and you give the FTC and the citizens the right to take action against these companies we think that creates a bright federal line I wonder if there's another challenge here because you have to ask what fine or even civil penalty is large enough to to turn a company that may be worth hundreds of billions of dollars or even a trillion dollars well Steve you ask the right questions it's a hundred and twenty six billion dollars just for online advertising in distorting to to work on other aspects of advertising and now when people can derive information about you and use it in ways to almost a profile or track you it is become a real threat to people's personal privacy we already knew that identity theft with the problem now digital identity theft in the context of taking people dated information and tying it is become very threatening and so one of the right we believe you should have is the same right you have on anti.

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"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on KCRW

"The classics it's seven forty five on KCRW it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep Senate Democrats have offered a plan to punish tech firms that miss handle people's private information the legislation proposes fines for companies and offers consumers the right to learn which of their personal data companies hold democratic senator Maria Cantwell off of the bill and is on the line this morning from our hometown of Edmonds Washington senator good morning good morning if this were to become law what right but I have that I didn't before you in a digital age should have the right to control your data that is what information is collected about you what information might be passed on or sold to a third party the ability to have your information deleted once it might be collected you decide you don't like that organization or that entity and to make sure that no discriminatory practices are used against you we live in an era now where lots of data is being collected and we believe consumers should have right now I like the idea of telling company delete my data but I'm thinking about the complexities of this in practice for example I believe the legislation says the companies have to get permission before they collect biometric information from me like an ice scanner something that sounds really good but we've seen recently this change where websites have to ask permission to track our activity and essentially you just have to constantly click yes yes yes in the exact same thing happens is is it really that much better well first of all we need to have strong penalties and the way the law currently works is the FTC the Federal Trade Commission does investigate what are harmful I mean practices that companies are pursuing but it's it's not a bright line it is basically amounts to the warning the first time and then penalties for not disclosing to consumers we want that my my point is they just end up doing what they want to do I mean that is why you need a strong federal law okay and the strong federal law has to have severe penalties and a bright line were also saying that consumers should up the right to sue if companies either breach their data or disclose information to third parties when they have not given permission and the consumer has been harmed so by creating a strong federal framework where you declare that consumers have privacy rights that they should be able to control their data you create a harmful and deceptive practice law and you give the FTC and the citizens the right to take action against these companies we think that creates a bright federal line I wonder if there's another challenge here because you have to ask what fine or even civil penalty is large enough to to turn a company that may be worth hundreds of billions of dollars or even a trillion dollars well Steve you ask the right questions it's a hundred and twenty six billion dollars just for online advertising in the Storting to dwarf all other aspects of advertising and now when people can derive information about you and use it in ways to almost a profile or track you it is become a real threat to people's personal privacy we already knew that identity theft with the problem now digital identity theft in the context of taking people dated information and tying it is become very threatening and so one of the right we believe you should have is the same right you have on anti discrimination.

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KQED Radio

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eighty eight point five FM in San Francisco and eighty nine point three FM in Sacramento it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep Senate Democrats have offered a plan to punish tech firms that miss handle people's private information the legislation proposes fines for companies and offers consumers the right to learn which of their personal data companies hold democratic senator Maria Cantwell off of the bill and is on the line this morning from our hometown of Edmonds Washington senator good morning good morning if this were to become law what right but I have that I didn't before you in a digital age should have the right to control your data that is what information is collected about you what information might be passed on or sold to a third party the ability to have your information deleted once it might be collected you decide you don't like that organization or that entity and to make sure that no discriminatory practices are used against you we live in an era now where lots of data is being collected and we believe consumers should have right I like the idea of telling company delete my data but I'm thinking about the complexities of this in practice for example I believe the legislation says the companies have to get permission before they collect biometric information from me like an ice scanner something that sounds really good but we've seen recently this change where websites have to ask permission to track our activity and essentially you just have to constantly click yes yes yes the exact same thing happens is is it really that much better well first of all we need to have strong analgesics and the way the law currently works is the FTC the Federal Trade Commission does investigate what are harmful I mean practices that companies are pursuing but it's it's not a bright line it is basically amounts to the warning the first time and then penalties for not disclosing to consumers we want my point is they just end up doing what they want to do I mean that it is that one that's why you need a strong federal law okay and the strong federal law has to have severe penalties and a bright line were also saying that consumers should up the right to sue if companies either breach their data or disclose information to third parties when they have not given permission and the consumer has been harmed so by creating a strong federal framework where you declare that consumers have privacy rights that they should be able to control their data you create a harmful and deceptive practice law and you give the FTC and the citizens the right to take action against these companies we think that creates a bright federal line I wonder if there's another challenge here because you have to ask what fine or even civil penalty is large enough to to turn a company that may be worth hundreds of billions of dollars or even a trillion dollars well Steve you ask the right questions it's a hundred and twenty six billion dollars just for online advertising in the Storting to to work on other aspects of advertising and now when people can derive information about you and use it in ways to almost a profile or track you it is the calm a real threat to people's personal privacy we already knew that identity theft was the problem now digital identity theft in the context of taking people dated information and tying it is become very threatening and so one of the rights we believe you should have is the same right you have on anti discrimination is to say you so a company could be fined or sued for taking your identity and and discriminating against you democratic senator Maria Cantwell of Washington state thank you so much thank you this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin traffic.

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"Trading we have got the down the S. and P. and nasdaq called advancing S. and P. and nasdaq they are it records right now the US be up nineteen a gain of six tenths of one percent nasdaq up one hundred points up one point two percent the Dow up one hundred and forty two points are by five tenths of one percent stocks climbed records on optimism over China trade relations and a fresh wave of merger and acquisition activity it is been a busy day over a day for the deal makers Schwall buying TD Ameritrade for twenty six billion dollars Schwab up one point three percent TD Ameritrade up six point seven

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Bloomberg Radio New York

10:18 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Makers Schwab makes it official it is buying TD Ameritrade for twenty six billion dollars Schwab shares up one point three percent TD Ameritrade up six point four percent French luxury goods maker LVMH buying Tiffany for sixteen billion dollars hundred and thirty five dollars a share in cash we do have a Tiffany shares of they are advancing right now by six point three percent eBay selling ticket marketplace StubHub to European rival go go for four point oh five billion dollars in cash and Novartis's buying medicines company and it's promising heart drug for nine point seven billion dollars over technologies has lost its license in London for the second time in less than three years putting one of its biggest markets outside of the U. S. of risk after the transport regulator there tia fell seven failed to address safety concerns over shares they are moving lower today down now by seven tenths of one percent tenure of three thirty seconds of the old one point seven six percent gold down four tenths of one percent fourteen fifty sixty on Sam West Texas intermediate crude fifty seven seventy seven apparel so again recapping stocks are pushing hard the Dow up a hundred and forty one of five ten one percent S. and P. up twenty up seven tenths nasdaq up one point two percent one oh two on Wall Street time now for the market drivers report with a focus on American depositary receipts and here is Dave Wilson thanks Charlie ADRs are higher along with U. S. shares the S. and P. eighty are index is up about seven tenths of a percent financing P. five hundred also up about seven tenths of a percent China's Ali Baba group holding is risen one point seven percent and U. S. training the online retailer disclose that retail investors in Hong Kong we received four times as many shares as planned eleven billion dollar initial stock sale Ali Baba is due to begin trading in Hong Kong tomorrow Israel's temple pharmaceuticals advance four point six percent people familiar with the matter said the generic drug maker is held settlement talks with the US justice department during the past six months in a price fixing case Denmark AP Moller Maersk has lost one point eight percent chief financial officer Carolyn a debate caba is leaving the shipping company to become General Electric CFO so succeed G. ease currency about Jamie Miller early next year and Germany's tison corpus phone four point eight percent the still make was lowered to neutral from the quick one to buy an ex St BMP prior by analysts at Citigroup and Jaffray's cut share price projections on the company as well Charlie for him we thank you very much Dave Wilson tracking those American depositary receipts again recapping here stocks trading at records S. and P. five hundred index now at thirty one thirty up twenty points a gain of seven tenths of one percent I'm Charlie palette and that is a Bloomberg business flash this the world trade relationship the world of politics save the money they need to run for a few days for we want history is five in the world Allen's of Bloomberg radio record turnout for Hong Kong elections support the pro democracy movement Hoover loses its license in London and Charles Schwab makes its deal for TD Ameritrade official from the blue work interactive brokers studio we welcome to the you now to the second hour of balance of power Charles Schwab formally announced today that it is buying TD Ameritrade in a deal worth twenty six billion dollars a move that would create a massive new brokerage firm and the question is whether it just could be too massive for regulators we welcome now Jennifer re Bloomberg intelligence senior analyst for an interest location Jen thank you so much for being here I've heard from a lot of people on this but there's only one I care about that yeah so thank you how do you analyze this deal well you know to start at first blush it really does look problematic you say look you know this is a discount broker and really there for Biggie's that you think up you know Ameritrade fidelity Schwab and person so you ask how can they do this and and you see the shares and and people talk about the shares in a lot of different kinds of market I think what will probably happen here is that these companies will try to argue to the regulators likely the department of justice because that is the agency that tends to look at financial services deals we'll try to argue that that the market is smaller than let's say just discount brokerage for you know brokerage will brokerage in bank deposit would be very broad market then they might be fine there that isn't the way the DOJ look at this and they will likely divide out there the retail services to people like you and me individuals from the investment adviser services right so we're looking at the registered investment adviser services probably separately from retail and I think with the companies will try to do is argue that the markets are even narrower than that because when you really start to do again they do tend to target slightly different customers well that's it you can typically when you're trying to get one these mergers and you want to expand at the broadest possible but what you're saying is maybe it's better to actually segment up a little bit and just to keep it from the bluebird peace there it says that the way they estimate we some people estimate for retro Schwab of the registered investment adviser because the SS which is our fifty percent TD Ameritrade as twenty percent so if you got seventy percent market that doesn't sound too good no not at all I mean that is problematic and it really looks like a one two combination or maybe one to three depending on the shares its a little murky there as to where they all sit other than shopping number one but like you said a very broad market would be great for them here but it's really unlikely so so they have to turn and look at where they participate in this sorry a market and and knew I noticed something very interesting in a document that sh well publicized in the first quarter of this year where they kind of segmented out their position in this are I a market based on the value of the assets that they have over which they have custody and asset those value Bassett's go higher and higher you see the TD Ameritrade sure comes to down much lower and shops is sort of it gets higher and then comes down much lower when you get to the really big players the one billion up and in the one billion and up category in the category that you see others other competitors that offer services expands exponentially in it suggests to me that there's sort of a different group of competitors for asset management for the really big asset me at it you know asset portfolios and it suggests to me that they may be better off arguing for these very narrow markets and showing where they're not really competing too much in the market for the very small accounts and for the very big accounts okay you're in charge of the FTC justice but I'm not sure which one has jurisdiction to now I don't know I think it would be the department of justice it's not clear I think it would make your make a dollar and you have to look at it and you get the party's gonna make there you just made right said no you can't just look at that over all you've got to get the big guys by the smog how do you decide whether they're right or not what things do you look at to say it is one market for some different markets you know that big practically year long investigation that they tend to do that's going to happen here right because what you really need to do is ask are are the arguments these companies making just lawyer arguments crafted to get this defend this deal and get it through or is it truly the way they envision their businesses it's really their strategy as reflected in their normal course documents created to run the business and not created to defend a merger so what they do is they start collecting documents and they want to see who these companies view as their competitors who they're going after and who they price compete with and if in fact they see that Schwab is really targeting entities other than him TD Ameritrade and TD Ameritrade really views as some other set as its primary competitors then maybe that argument could have some traction how long does something like this typically take the review well I think it's going to take long with the parties think here I mean they're talking about six to eight months and when you have a deal that gets investigated and may need a remedy we're really looking at average about nine months from announcement to when they can get clearance and so I think and I think this will get investigated and I think it very well might need a remedy in in that case I think eight months is really optimistic it's possible they could do it but I would expect it to stretch longer than that okay twelve months from now we have an election right it we're seeing an awful lot of mergers announced just today I mean really big mergers here are people taking into account thinking you know what I want to protect myself if I want to do a deal I better get going so I can get it done in that six eight nine ten months before there might be a new administration I think you're exactly right about that and we've seen this before during election periods when there could be a change in in an administration a lot of mergers trying to sneak in under the finish line there it very well may be you know it's not that this department of justice has necessarily been just letting mergers like through one after another they've actually been tougher I think that a lot of analysts anticipated the beat but the idea of let's say in was with Warner Bernie Sanders for many of the other democratic conduct contenders as president I think would make this deal more challenging to get through it's interesting that you make a very stupid because when president trump was elected it was generally thought that would be pro business in the sense that it would be a lot easier that verges through that's not been the experience compared to you by Mr shin thus far it's been unusual David because we've seen mergers get through that nobody would expect to get through such a sprint T. mobile but then you see mergers where most interest analysts would say this mergers find this merger will get through especially vertical deals such as eighteen T. Time Warner and the department of justice went to court to try to block the deal so it's been odd but I think over all if you look at the big picture this department of justice has been tougher than I expected it to be it's hard without being in the room to know what is going on the thinking of the interest but when you talk about T. mobile sprint how much that could be informed by president trump's deep commitment to five G. because the argument for that merger was we need the capital going to five G. it very well could be in there could be part of the equation and deciding to push that deal through to be honest it really isn't supposed to be but it doesn't mean that it wasn't part of the consideration and you know it can be part of the consideration in that department of justice is meant to ask how is this deal pro competitive how was it good.

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WHAS 840 AM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Top story low evil bizrate member and Bobby Ellis this week it's been fifty years since the nine year old boy died of hunger on thanksgiving eve his sister Nicky attended a vigil for Bobbi last night and is really touch that so many people come out and out yeah Iggy look choked up but I just want to thank everybody for their kind words that poems or songs Bobby's death led to the creation of the dare to care food bank the Pentagon cheapest firing the Davey secretary over a controversy involving a navy seal and a war crime navy secretary Richard Spencer is out of a job forced out over the handling of the war crimes case involving navy seal Eddie Gallagher Gallagher was acquitted by a military court of war crimes in the killing of a teenage ISIS prisoner in a rock but was convicted for illegally posing with the team's course he was then promoted in rank the president intervene in the case last week ordering the navy to promote Gallagher back to his rank the president then publicly slammed the navy for launching a review that could have stripped the decorated veteran of his status as a navy seal that's Adrian banker reporting I helps explosion and fire kill two people in eastern Kentucky it happened in wolf county state police say there were six people in the home for escape with burns investigators are trying to determine what caused the explosion a man pushing a shopping cart across Preston highway was hit and killed by a car last night it happened near Indian trail square police say the man was not using a crosswalk the driver of the car business not facing any charges good news for people driving to grandma's house this week the average price of gasoline is dropping I'm from fourteen just ahead of the heavy travel of thanksgiving weekend gasoline prices are heading down we have a three cent drop in the past two weeks to an average two sixty six Gosselin industry analyst and publisher trilby Lundberg with some of the specific San Francisco Bay Area is the highest three sixty nine and the lowest baton Rouge at two ten in the middle we have Miami at two forty one Denver to seventy one and Honolulu three fifty eight Tom Foley reporting Charles Schwab is buying rival TD Ameritrade for twenty six billion dollars a blockbuster deal xcelerated by massive disruption in the online brokerage industry I do your grandmother teaches a would be burglar alasan David Schreiber explains eighty two year old really Murphy and award winning female body builders says she was getting ready for bed Thursday night when a man came to a Rochester New York door asking for an ambulance Murphy says he then broke again I'm alone at all but I guess what I'm tough anyway I don't know what happens he picked the wrong house to break into Murphy scored shampoo in the man's face and started hitting him with a broom until police showed up and took him into custody Dave Schreiber ABC news New York millions of Americans.

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Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Safety program is relying on a suspicious activity reporting network at the dental file all potential mass shooting victims of the future but what is suspicious activity well retire DPS official mark hold told a news conference at first responders teachers were there even event organizers that sometimes the best practices to identify who is not a danger among students real active there in sport player in the band there in the clubs in there they do their homework and they're trying to make good grades and they're real. and. to the teachers and. he says mass shooters don't have any one thing in common but many like last week and so does so shooter have just gone through what he calls a dramatic moment in their life the desert shooter at just been fired that morning but he also says that it could include a marital problem a repossession of something or even a family sat back Chinese banks getting ready to help pump more money into the nation's economy with the China versus US trade war going on China's economic growth has been sluggish at best on Friday the people's bank of China changed the rules regarding how much cash Chinese banks have to keep on hand meaning there's an additional hundred and twenty six billion dollars now available for businesses and local governments to borrow the hope is if banks lend more money that cast will flow into the economy and spur growth. health officials are now singling out vitamin E. oil as a component invade products that is leading to serious hospitalizations apparently the oil in the vapor cartridges maybe gumming up people's longs to deaths have been attributed to both vaping and both involve those devices quick check of your money on Wall Street the Dow was up eighty points breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W. O. A. I. dot com brought to you by first mark credit union and it's time now for the Rush Limbaugh show on newsradio twelve hundred W. away I..

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760 KFMB Radio

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"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Rather be dead in a ditch. there you go but if they pass a law that says he has to then what what does he do does he resigned. going to be interesting to see what happens next start spouting **** I supposedly hate or do they have an actual constitutional crisis even though they don't have a written constitution unlike the phony constitutional crisis we've talked about an actual one where he goes to Brussels and does something that he was not there thanks to do that would be a problem I don't know but also be fun to watch I bald unable Chinese banks are getting ready to help pump more money into the nation's economy with the China versus US trade war going on China's economic growth has been sluggish at best good on Friday the people's bank of China change the rules regarding how much cash Chinese banks have to keep on hand meaning there is now an additional hundred twenty six billion dollars available for businesses and local governments to go ahead and borrow that's got to be a good sign right yep the Chinese saying now you don't have to keep as much cash around good news that or spend that or something hope is a bank god that be something to see a giant crash in China it runs on banks like it's a the U. S. in the early thirties the hope is that if the banks lend more money the cash will flow into the economy and spur growth this is a chaurus lost half our way to my whole truck doesn't cave yeah I know there was a fair number of the senators from both sides of the aisle yesterday came forward on Chuck Schumer's been a supporter of this whole a trade war with China from the beginning right need Democrats to be on board too so that so that trump has a little bit of cover this is one we actually need to come together on and not let the the partisanship ruin it because we can meet these **** they are **** the Communist Party of China they are bad bad bad bad bad people..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ninety three north bound all stopping over the second bridge up through Medford and getting up towards one twenty eight my king WBZ's traffic on the three okay Mike thank you and again looking at some thunderstorms popping up here there green fields been getting some activity Worcester counter Callie had penny sized hail last hour that's moved on and looks like outside in Nashua New Hampshire and keen right smack dab in the middle New Hampshire right online a Massachusetts you're seeing some thunderstorm activity this hour it's six oh six and the stage is set in Detroit wait for tonight's democratic presidential debate ABC's Erica Turkey is there to set the scene there you're a Detroit Laurie at it the state that it's safe with an audience any candidate tonight another and tomorrow in there about walk on that stage or what should be about a two hour debate of the candidates are going to be allowed to make opening and closing remarks so it may be a bit before we actually get the questions but once we do look for the Democrats ideological split you emerge and to see whether the two progresses on stage I was born from Massachusetts and and her longtime ally Bernie Sanders hold up against the actor moderate people like John Hickenlooper and John the lady and why and then we'll look at any club which are included let's say that you know appealing to progressive in the primary maybe one thing but be a different approach come the general election Erin to Turkey a lot more of my conversation with Aaron coming up at seven forty five this evening in the news with John tough again that debate getting under way at eight o'clock sharp tomorrow night round two full coverage analysis with don half this evening and tomorrow morning with Jeff brown a double Lawler here on WBZ newsradio and the I heart radio app tonight it's all about Bloomberg business news at six away with Tracy jockey apple sold twenty six billion dollars worth of iPhones last quarter which is a lot but not the kind of business it was doing before but apple's forecast is strong CEO Tim cook says the rest of this year will bring major launches of products and services it doesn't matter how you eat an oreo just that people were buying a lot of them in the last few months monthly sold more or you go and better better cookies and it is raising its sales forecast for this year Dow's down twenty three points nasdaq down nineteen SMBs down eight points I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio next time Cody with sports and science internships internship sending kids to the moon and beyond certified Ford's think Framingham Ford F. one fifties explorers escapes the entire board line up over a hundred to choose from incredible savings I nearly new Ford up to fifty percent off I promise you will about Ford certified program the board think framing him Ford do you ever suffer from red itchy and watery eyes do you frequently sneeze or experience nasal congestion if so you may be one of the millions of people who suffer from allergies across the United States here in Raynham Dr Kenneth canyon is working to find new treatments for allergies if you experience allergy symptoms you may qualify to participate in an upcoming allergy research study the study requires thirteen visits over five to eleven weeks and you may be compensated up to twelve hundred fifty dollars for your time to find out if you qualify for this allergy research study please call eight six six I drop that's eight six six three nine three thirty seven sixty seven or visit my I study dot com if you experience allergy symptoms and participate in this study you'll be able to discuss your condition with the study staff and will be compensated for your time le earn more today by calling eight six six three nine three thirty seven sixty seven or visit my I study dot com two thousand two cops for kids with cancer has been helping ease the financial burden of families dealing with a cancer diagnosis of their child to donate visit cops for kids with cancer dot org or W. B. C. ten thirty dot com.

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Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The guy can flat out play he's tough and his ABS to amaze and you just want to play ball and and for me deny that I have nothing but praise is farm I've I think it's it's it's almost unfair that he's such a good player and doesn't have you know play all or or or a ring to show for it and that's you know I kinda hurts my heart that I was able to you know help change that but yeah I I think over the last his over his career if you put a man another organization maybe things are different Kate of course played four seasons in Seattle with Russell Wilson in addition to four seasons in Detroit with Stafford in Stafford's career he has an eighty eight point four quarterback rating has run for over four thousand yards in seven of its last eight seasons and is led the lines to a sixty six and seventy five record with three playoff appearances meanwhile Wilson has a one hundred point three quarterback rating has thrown for four thousand yards just twice but as a seventy five thirty six and one record and has an eight and five post season record including a Superbowl victory I can I just numb obviously obviously and to walk us through some of the the staff there obviously Russell Wilson is the better quarterback so let me just speculate on what I know now here's my speculation there's like yes my educated guess I just think guys don't like Brussels they don't they I think they know he tilted in there was a time I might have pushed back on they have a man the whole like new contract announcement in bed in the pajamas with yeah I just I don't know man put on some clothes like talking my six year my now my several plaza closer yeah I do the job was when you were going to get ice cream but he has several to get all your job was going to make a public declaration anyway Housel aggressive I just think guys alike we've seen that in the defensive end and that is that is not real praise met forced ever that is a shot meant for us wells number five last whenever when or what whatever number five number five I know I like it last week clubbers executive Jerry west spoke publicly for the first time since the team acquired Kawhi Leonard and Paul George this summer was told the Dan Patrick show quote Steve bombers willing to spend on players he's willing to spend on personnel within the front office I've never been around any organization that is better than this one that's for sure and quote west of course play for the Lakers in the sixties and seventies coached the Lakers in the late seventies was their general manager for over a decade and had a recent stay with the warriors with their front office yeah I mean Jerry west is the great I think is the greatest GM of all time and I know isn't on this yet but you you take that you pair with an owner in C. Palmer who is engaging has twenty six billion dollars in the bank in cash to imagine I can too the basic where is the party I would throw for all of us it would be a nice to kick up it would be him Hey name comes to it would be an amazing party yeah I think I like the clippers are going to be a force in the years ahead of the Lakers don't get their act together from a competency perspective the move they may not withstanding the clippers could be the dominant team here for very very long time.

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710 WOR

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The best part is actually free here's a suggestion catch up on our show we know you have time for the entire four hours we have lots of great stuff the you might have missed online Berman and Michael read on the morning that I tell you three just check it out on the I heart radio out the number one give it a try W. O. R. two night we throw and my guest co host Cooper Lawrence hello who purchased a let's talk about what we're gonna be spending some money on in the coming days months weeks and so on yes as Americans we are expected to spend twenty six billion dollars on streaming services the internet was first taking off and they were like illegal torrents of everything and it seemed like a matter of time before all that stuff was going to be free funny story we pay for all that we pay for our music so between Spotify and apple music and you know whatever platform you use title and Netflix and Hulu and and all that stuff we spend as Americans twenty six billion dollars that is up from twenty billion dollars last year and the twenty twenty were expected to spend thirty two point three billion I believe it yeah right I mean the animal anybody who doesn't have Netflix at this point who Lou right or all these other different things there that's the just a different way to watch television and quite frankly Netflix can push an envelope the way that regular TV can't exactly maybe HBO can and that's all well and good but they feel you gotta pay for as well sure and then even a lot of people will just watch HBO go which is on their phones they less less people are in a living room watching television you're watching it wherever you want yeah yeah right so the twenty six billion I'm I'm not remote and then music as well how you get your music think about you pay nine ninety nine a month and you can download whatever you want as much as you want I get that the Ramazan where I can say to Alexis and it will play any song I want any song is that weird any so even new stuff is on there I don't know I really don't care I don't know what he's done I can identify new song the last new song I can identify was shot to the heart in anything from Carty be yeah I think so so anyway I just want to share this houseboat real quick by the way the house on Tuesday voted to formally admonished president trump approving a resolution condemning as racists his tweets targeting for minority congresswomen to forty to one eighty seven I believe that's along party lines Jeff became he's going to have more on this at the top of the hour but this is no shock and Justin Thomas for instance voted with Democrats could ask you who the four Republicans have voted with the Democrats are so interested Amish let's see Malinovsky from New Jersey he's a freshman congressman from their herd yeah and than to others that I am not no thank you for that Jeff I appreciate it yeah so not no surprise in it means absolutely nothing nothing's gonna happen this something there right there the game is not always on blast yeah good point anyway when we come back Emmy nominations announced we have the details hidden game of thrones is big that's next seven.

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"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Listening to the AP digital news network prince Harry and his wife Meghan the Duchess of suspects were among those to attend the lion king premiere in London the royal couple was met with cheers when they arrived and walked in to the tune of Elton John's can you feel the love tonight John says it's astonishing to see The Lion King born again saying it thought it would never happen but because the jungle book was so wonderfully done and reinvented this one's been done the same way and they'll give a more realistic view other stars were on hand including Donald Glover and Seth Rogan an alarm is being sounded by a leading advocacy group A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma report it says it's worried only twenty seven percent of funds for twenty nineteen have been provided so far the Norwegian refugee council says the with only hall of of twenty nineteen gone humanitarian organizations who receive just twenty seven percent of the money needed to provide relief to people affected by crises worldwide this year its general secretary John Eklund says the card lack of funding is alarming he adds a total of twenty six billion dollars is required this year to provide relief for around ninety four million people in the house of a gun to countries have contracted a V. seven billion so far the NRC singled out the crises in Cameroon and Congo as examples of regions in the heat I'm Charles de Ledesma a robot system could one day change the way corn is grown and monitored a team of scientists and engineers at university of Nebraska Lincoln have built an automated system capable of detecting an individual corn leaf and grasping it with robotic precision to screen its temperature chlorophyll and water content in less than a minute the plants phenotyping robot system is the latest example of precision agriculture you an al has trained aspiring plant scientists in labs and research fields to phenotype various corn hybrids in the search for breeds with higher heat and drought tolerance that produce a better yields truck draws intense criticism I'm to acquire than AP news been if for democratic Congress woman of color say president trump doesn't deserve to be president Minnesota's you along Omar it's time for us to impeach this president trump over the weekend tweeted that the four known as the squad two should go back to their own countries through the foreign born in the United States one Omar was born in small you came to the U. S. as a refugee when she was a child drums postings have drawn an outcry from Democrats and some Republicans trump for his part double down today on the attack that's what I said in a tweet which I guess some people think is controversial a lot of people love it by the way lot of people love it meanwhile the trump administration wants to reverse decades of US policy ending all asylum protection from most migrants to arrive at the U. S. Mexico border plan calls for migrants who passed through another country on the way to the United States to be in eligible rule also applies to children who cross the border loan I'm to acquire AP digital news back in a moment.

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"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

"The Carty and the bad device are trademarks pretty limited the card cable Florida run forty percent alcohol by volume wife Meghan the Duchess of suspects were among those to attend the lion king premiere in London the royal couple was met with cheers when they arrived and walked in to the tune of Elton John's can you feel the love tonight John says it's astonishing to see The Lion King born again saying he thought it would never happen but because the jungle book was so wonderfully done and reinvented this one's been done the same way and they'll give a more realistic view other stars were on hand including Donald Glover and Seth Rogan actor will Ferrell help breathe new life into some classic TV earlier this year he leads today's birthday roundup recently starring as the pompous but poignant Tom Willis on the live broadcast of the Jeffersons in may on ABC what matters is not what passes across our minds but how we live our lives together and baby we've been doing that pretty good will Ferrell fifty two singer musician and fear the walking dead cast member Ruben blades wants to clear up any misunderstandings on how to say his name the name is Ruben blades but people call me biased because I'm from my mama right and the we pronounce it black ice blades pour blood on talking dead he sixty one and the TV series Downton abbey will continue as a theatrical movie star Laura Carmichael was working as a receptionist at a doctor's office when she first got the call to be on the original show as I excuse me when I was gonna is going to take this court like knowing it was coming in and said you mean the the whether or not you got the role yeah and so at that point you know just get up and leave yeah kinda Carmichael on live with Kelly and Ryan she's thirty three and that's our birthday round up for July sixteenth I'm Bob Kessler alarms being sounded by a leading advocacy group A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma reports it says it's worried only twenty seven percent of funds for twenty nineteen have been provided so far the Norwegian refugee council says that with only hall of of twenty nineteen gone humanitarian organizations who receive just twenty seven percent of the money needed to provide relief to people affected by crises worldwide this year its general secretary John Eklund says the card to lack of funding is alarming he adds a total of twenty six billion dollars is required this year to provide relief for around ninety four million people in need however don't countries have contracted a V. seven billion so far the NRC singled out the crises in Cameroon and Congo as examples of regions in the heat I'm Charles so that's my radio news I'm typical are the four freshmen Democrats president trump tweeted should go back to where they came from are fighting back Michigan congressman rishi to to leave says trumps attack as an effort to distract from.

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"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"Health records on the iphone feature is set to roll out in a few months. And if you are looking for some other information about Apple's health initiatives like apple watch promotions through health insurance providers. I don't know if you may not know that you actually get a discounted. I watch through some health providers, you can learn more about all of that. Over at commando dot com. Moments way from our money tip. It's all about real estate. And before we get to all of that Dan in Tempe. Arizona either, Dan. Over the internet to sell something that's been sitting on my shelf for twenty five years. I love that free money. Yeah. Using Ren MO. I never heard of it before. But I did find it the store play store. Okay. It seems to work. My my Email address and password didn't seem right and the other will follow on question. Of course. Little areas or anything better. Then MO is actually owned by pay pal? Have you ever used been mo-? Andrew you have. No, I do not. We I strictly do pay pal. Issues painting the cash app, then MO process twenty six billion dollars in the first half of this year of last year round. So it's a big company is so is the is the buyer asking via van MO? That's what they want to pay more. Yes. I would probably you like doing pay pal on these transactions because of goods and services side of pay pal. I mean, there's going to be a fee involved, but you can have the purchaser cover those fees, and then they're protected and you're protected so you know, that it's a little better than just handing someone friends and family, which is no fees on pay pal. But it's gone once the money sent it sent see I think if it was just a if it was just a private transaction, Dan. I'd say, you know, what I mean, a private between somebody that, you know. Okay. Okay. Somebody already have history with you may go have a beer with them. Every once in a while. I would I would say, you know, what Ben MOS? Okay. I mean, you download the app you sign in they want your Bank account, number and your Email address. And basically, it's a way to take money in exchange money without necessarily having to write checks anymore because nobody writes checks anymore. There are some. Downsides to Bimbo is that if you do sign up is that you wanna make sure they have they have some options in there that you really want to take a look at is. For example, overdraft protection, you're gonna make sure that you turn that off route you start accumulating fees. If you can you know, if if the money sent in a can't, and you don't have the money to pay, but because it is a private transaction dealing with. What is it that you're selling? European radio. Okay. So on an airplane. Good for you. I have a I have a glider for sale. Don't you need them? Don't you need a motor glider? Oh, really? You know, what you need a Lombardo have you ever seen a Lombardo have you? Okay. You need to talk. We need to I have to Lombardo's to not one to bury gets to keep way. But we need to get rid of another one for Dan, no idea you just brought a plane. To a say ours are at falcon field is that close to you. Yes. Self therapy. Okay. So this is all working out. This is all karma, Dan. This is this is when you buy the Lombardo even comes with berry. Young flight instruction. And you know, and he may even need some airplane radio. She never know because I'm sure you have other news. So I know we're joking around. But I am if you do want to know about the Lombardo do let me know, but but here. We're here north there. I would definitely I wouldn't use. I wouldn't use van MO for a transaction. Like this. I would use PayPal. Then what what is what are some options that he needs to make sure that he checks is make sure you do goods and services when you're doing pay pal? There's gonna be a percentage charge. But that is pay pals protection for you, just make sure whoever's buying it pays those fees. And then you're all good to go and Lombardo. It's what are you shaking your head for the famous to Kim commando line? I know we're just joking around. But call me if you Sarah. I know we're just just funding giggles. But we'll talk a motor glider you go up. You turn off the engine you go down seeds to people. It's very nice. This.

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"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

07:11 min | 3 years ago

"twenty six billion dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Home over twenty six billion dollars. Just take a little bit of them. We build the wall. Billion? That's right with a b like Carl Sagan twenty six point one billion dollars. That's the most ever recorded and better than the twenty four point one billion in two thousand sixteen over the same period. Twenty six billion dollars barring a major setback in December the total annual figure for two thousand seventeen is on pace. To hit another record high remits, I guess aiming to well. This is they're confused because I guess they said twenty that is from two thousand seventeen but I think they're mean, we're on record for two thousand eighteen but I'll tell you why I think they're confused because the story is dated January third two thousand eighteen so. Who knows whether this is, you know, whether it's now nineteen year old, but whatever it is. If this is from a year ago so from last year. Twenty six billion dollars twenty six billion dollars. They sent home in two thousand seventeen and we're asking for five billion to build a wall. My solution. The most of these people I would suggest or legal aliens of sending the money back home. Really, do I would require you to have a birth certificate, or at least a proof of citizenship before you can wire any money out of the US anywhere that would cut it. If you could see this is what I talked about for many years about de magnetising America. If you demagnetize a bit one of the ways to do it one of the magnets is they get to come over here and work, and then they get to send money back home. If they weren't able to send the money back home. Then they probably wouldn't come because what's the point unless they start a smuggling ring going back over. And then of course, if you do that, you got a wall to go through if we had a wall. So last year this story from from January third of two thousand eighteen shows than in the year prior twenty six and so we're on pace. Now, it's getting worse and worse every year twenty six billion dollars. So that's twenty six billion dollars. This is not in our economy. That's going home and people talking about all they're just so good for the economy. Then really they're taking jobs from Americans. What is it by the way, what is the contribution from a legal aliens other than they worked cheap? That's basically it. And look I don't have any problem with legal immigration with people want to come here the right way. And if there are jobs that need to be filled, and we don't have enough miracles to fill them. I get that. I understand that where there's a proper way to come to the United States, and this ain't the way to do it. So that's what they're doing. That is twenty six billion dollars. And if it's just another reason that we should build the wall. But you got to have people that are out there out front. Talking about this. And and the president's doing a great job in trying to get a wall. But he's he's not. He doesn't articulated at all times. Like, I think he should now far be from me to tell the president had to do his job. But you know, what happens with gets hung up on some of the inner fighting and mad dog Mattis and things like this had really don't have anything to do with anything if he would stay constantly. That's if there's one thing that he could improve on in two thousand nineteen. And that would be focus, focus, focus, focus. My wife asked me what what are you going to work on in twenty ninety? I said nothing really I'm pretty much perfect already. So I don't think that there's any room for Brin. We all have room for improvement. But I've never done this whole thing with New Year's resolutions. For one thing you just set yourself up to fail. I got long term goals of things that I wanna do. But if I start writing them down to do this. Now, there's one thing the right stuff down. That's that's a long term goal. But you put here's what happens with the resolution nominees beat be honest with you. People set New Year's resolutions. And then what do they do they break them? And then they get discouraged and then they get discouraged, and then they don't follow through. I was having a conversation with my kids today about that. Because that's one of the things I'm trying to teach them still and thereby grown. Well. Well, they all they're all grown. But it's about follow-through anybody can dream. But it takes it takes somebody. With some tenacity to follow through on the dream dreamers were dime. A dozen everybody dreams everybody all I should do. This is the person that puts that into play. And this is something that took me a long time to figure out because here, I am a guy with limited talent. But I got to nasty like crazy. I I mean, I'm I'm like a bulldog. And so if I want to do something I'm going to make sure I do want to write books. I write books being radio when we work your way up and you, but it takes follow through. And I think that's what this presence can have to do. He sort of gets distracted by different things. Now, he's followed through on some things. Absolutely. I mean, we got the tax cuts that was. That was tremendous. But then he seems to move from other things and gets distracted by the whole thing with Russia and the Muller investigation, by way, we haven't heard a whole lot. Do they shut that down because the government shutdown? I dunno. You says the department of Justice? I can't imagine that the Muller folks are getting the work there, certainly not essential employees. And so that's what we have. We have a situation here where we are again. He is he's focused now with the government shutdown. My question is is he going to get distracted by something has to say, oh, you're Nancy Pelosi today said that she will I'll play you can say Nancy Pelosi said or I can just leave here. Nancy Pelosi said if I can find it below. Oh, yeah. I think this is the one right here check, this this this is this is what she one this is the old banana and the tailpipe if you're not familiar with I use that all the time. But it's from Beverly Hills cop the first one, and this is what? Axel foley. Who was played by Eddie Murphy. He's trying to get away from these two detectives that are have have his hotel steak now. And so he goes and puts a banana and their tailpipe, and it makes the car. So there won't it won't move. And then he gets away from him. And he goes to investigate what he's investigating investigate a murder. And then these guys come up, and it's a white guy black guy if you Google this. It's got some, you know, some bad words in it. But it's hilarious. He's out in front of the gate of this guy that he's thinks is behind this murder and these guys finally find them income driving up and the black guy says we're not gonna fall for the banana on the table. And any Murphy says you're not gonna fall for the banana tailpipe no anger over no banana until by so hand, schools them on how to talk black. It was hilarious anyway. So I am falling for the banana the tailpipe and Trump shouldn't fall for the banana, the tailpipe either this what name this is the banana the tailpipe with Nancy Pelosi today at question to the president..

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