35 Burst results for "Twenty Six Million"

"twenty six million" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

04:43 min | 6 months ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"I wrote at the time. They won the trade. They lost negotiation and give so many assets in that deal when they should have had all the levers in the world that they just don't have much left. So if you're rob pelinka and you're trying to get creative and you're trying to find like they're not gonna find a third star. They're not gonna get a bradley beal sweepstakes to be had. I don't think it involves them. I don't know where else they go in terms of more around the edges but is there a plausible path forward if we agree that at a minimum lebron getting another year older. You need a little bit more room for error. You need another shot creator score type when he's on the bench or if he's going to be on time. I mean in house like the best option is sort of betting on the continued development of talent oregon tucker which will be bet that they will make as a restricted agent. So i side. They're gonna yeah. And look and i think Again we mentioned bird rights and all that stuff like he's a player. They have bird right students so they can go over the cap to resign him and because they had virtually no room under the cap like they will they will fight to keep him They have made it clear that they will fight to keep him. He was part of the reason. Why you know. They didn't actually pull the trigger ideal. Toronto to add calorie right was how much they value in. How much. Lebron and anthony davis think of norton who Just totally coincidentally has nothing to do with anything is also represented by such total lean relevant. But so i think but like we saw flashes of it definitely late in the preseason and then kind of throughout the course of this i think when they kind of gave him the keys to a rotation spot It was very inconsistent. And but you do watch him and you saw it in the playoffs. A little bit Aggressively getting downhill aggressively getting into the paint. He's got a really funky game as a get your own basket type of shot creator If you can be a good ball handler For a player his size. He's got really really long arms which make him kind of interesting sort of potential defender. is very green You know he has value around as a trade piece but again like all this stuff howard lake not to get all super like larry koon on everybody like this stuff all like the math like even if you wanted to trade Bradley be like getting the thirty. Some odd million dollars for them is tricky. Like it's it's just not so. It's not an easy thing to do that. Trade starts with casey p. and kyle kuzma twenty six million dollars. That is the foundation of that trick..

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India COVID-19 Grip Remains, With Over 4000 Deaths

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

India COVID-19 Grip Remains, With Over 4000 Deaths

"India's buckling on novel listening national disease escalated nineteen script hopefully eases up India has recorded four thousand two hundred nine fatalities from corona virus in the past twenty full appeared with the government battling to contain the spread of infections involves rural areas we have a twenty six million cases since the pandemic but down in just confirmed infections the second only to the U. S. total fatalities and now the two ninety thousand and experts say the numbers were almost certainly an undercount another growing concern is a surgeon recall mycosis or black fungus infection the tax people with weak immune systems talk to suspect it may be linked to the use of steroids to treat with nineteen I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Vax Live Concert Raises $302 Million, Exceeds Vaccine Goal

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 7 months ago

Vax Live Concert Raises $302 Million, Exceeds Vaccine Goal

"The backside fundraising concert advocating the importance of vaccine equity has pulled in three hundred and two million dollars exceeding its goal Jennifer Lopez was one of many that wowed the crowd of vaccinated frontline workers global citizen which put on the concert since bonds raised help appear more than twenty six million doses prince Harry and wife Megan were co chairs the pregnant royal taped her message if we work together to bring vaccines to every country and continent insists that vaccines are equitably distributed and fairly priced and ensure that governments around the world are donating their additional vaccines to countries in need then we can begin to fully rebuild we must tackle each of these issues head on Boxing accuracy and misinformation how to faxing distribution moved off as quickly as misinformation just imagine how many lives could be saved the prince appearing in person and thanking the frontline workers I'm Julie Walker

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Top 10 players signed by Patriots

Strong Opinion Sports

05:48 min | 9 months ago

Top 10 players signed by Patriots

"Talk about the Patriots. The the Patriots grabbed everybody's attention by making move after move after move after move. Like we're watching it over agency going off. How many people are going to bring in its kind of unbelievable how many starters they've added? And so I count they added ten players that I think are very very significant to their team next year. In fact, I would say pretty clearly the Patriots are back and a lot of people saw this coming, you know, but they are going to be a force in the NFL next year here is my list my nerdy list of the ten players the top players. They added that are very significant to their roster next year. The first two are massive. It will reshape the entire Patriots offense. They added two tight ends Johnny Smith and Ed Hunter Henry. To Johnny Smith signed from Tennessee. He signed a four year deal worth up to fifty million dollars. That's Thirty one point two five million dollars guaranteed and he's only twenty-four years old. So that's Monday. That's a really gigantic Marquis franchise player. He cited the reason why it came to New England is cuz he loves Bill Belichick. He's got great respect for him. And I want to point out of all the everybody I'm about to talk about these shows to be in New England Bill Belichick got his kind of guys who sought out New England wanted to be there and wanted to work hard and win a Superbowl. I think it matters. It's very very exciting. These are not with Josh Gordon's or what's the other example Phillip Dorsett who they made a move for and they're not really like that. You think they fit they don't work out know. These are guys who all chose to be in New England who wanted to win a Superbowl. I really want to win a Superbowl. These guys went out of their way to be New England now the other tight and they brought in With twenty-six-year-old tight end Hunter Henry from the LA Chargers got a three-year deal twenty-five million dollars guaranteed. It's worth up to thirty seven point five million dollars total if he meets all those incentives. They also added two wide receivers the Patriots brought in Nelson agholor to a you got a two year twenty six million dollar contract East twelve years old. Now a lot of people do not like this move and I I get it Nelson agholor is not the most flashy player in the NFL but I think if it's very well with Cam Newton, he's good at he's not going up and getting the ball. He's got good hands did some stuff of the Raiders that I think deserves your attention go watch what he did with the Raiders and I just I'm like, huh a lot of good plays. Okay. I understand. I see the potential Bill Belichick and the Patriots would see and Nelson agholor go will give the guy a good contract, especially considering the Patriots have like our desolate at wide receiver. They need help. They got home. Who is awesome but he can't do everything by himself from the slot. They have n'keal Harry who n'keal Harry. I I think he's going to pop. I think he's going to progress and keep getting better. But she's not a number one right now. So on top of the page where it's also added Kendrick Bourne guy from my local area actually went to Eastern Washington University 25 years old. He's coming from the San Francisco 49ers. He got a three year deal worth twenty two point five million dollars. Now another thing the Patriots did they also added they signed Center Ted carriages and they traded for tackle Trent Brown. So this is the new Patriots offense right now. They've receivers Nelson agholor, Julian Edelman Kendrick born and kill hair is its own nuclear Aguilera. I'm doing my best. It's a hard game to say. They also have Sony Michelle running backs for any receivers Sony Michelle at running back and improved offensive line. Cam Newton at quarterback who I get why people doubt Cam? He's a former NFL MVP and with when you put cams Talent with a lot of weapons including two outstanding tight ends Hunter Henry Smith, right man. I'll tell you what I look at the Patriots offense and think two things immediately number one. Everything is going to run through their brand new Titans. Their entire offense now is probably going to drive down the seams of the field right up the middle. They're going to use our tents heavily lot of play-action again. I am scheme wise things will look a lot like the page words did back in the day when they had drunk and Aaron Hernandez together to start tight ends. Now number two. I feel very very confident with Cam Newton as the Patriots quarterback and it surprised me but I want to remind you that two years ago. Tom Brady was the page word starting quarterback and did basically nothing and the reason was there were no weapons there. He kept running into the same brick wall. His receivers weren't good enough. So, how can I think you and I would both agree. I like Cam Newton Tom Brady's a better quarterback than Cam Newton. So my point is if Tom Brady couldn't make it work with New England's roster. How was Cam Newton supposed to succeed? He was set up to fail will now Cam Newton's being given weapons is being set up to do. Well, I'm excited man. He's a former NFL MVP, he's hungry. I I personally believe Cam Newton's going to have an awesome year and it really is going to make extended one-year deal with like it was like three and a half million dollars with a bunch of incentives. I honestly think we're gonna look back at his contract at the end of next year and go. Can you believe the deal they got on Camden he played so well for no money. I really think he's he's a guy who can didn't play well enough wage. Last year to earn a new gigantic contract. So he's going to have to show what he can do this year and maybe earn more money next year but I think cam is poised to do very very well and make a lot of money and win a lot of games in New England

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NFL Franchise Tag: What it is and how it works

GSMC Football Podcast

05:26 min | 9 months ago

NFL Franchise Tag: What it is and how it works

"What is a franchise tax. So you hear this word a lot. I always used to think franchise tag means. We're just gonna see that player on that specific team for the remaining of the season but there or for the next year but they're a little more complicated in that so every offseason teams have a two week window to plot to a one year franchise tag so once the player gets tagged they can either sign that contract or a long term extension. Which is the more i think. That's the more popular use of the franchise tag because a of teams don't want their their coveted players to hit free agency and they don't want another to swoop them without getting being able to offer them. I so these salaries for for each tag varies by position and the price is set by either adding the top five paid players from each position or it can be one hundred percent of a player's previous year's salary so twenty percent Increase in that salary so by position quarterback at least twenty six million a year with the franchise tag water. She was get seventeen million defensive ends get around seventeen million but less than receivers linebackers get fifteen million and so on and so forth. I think running backs get around ten million so it all depends on how guys are being being paid at that specific position so teams only can use this once a year and they can only use it on one player you can use it on the same player different years but yeah you can only had us one tag per year. There's different types of tags. There's an exclusive franchise tag which means players can't negotiate it all with other teams. There's a non exclusive franchise tag where other teams can make an offer and then The the team that has that player can match that offered and take the player And then there's a tradition. Tax tradition tags are similar to non-exclusive but players get an average of top ten position salaries instead of top five. So there's a little bit of a my discrepancy there and once the tag is applied teams have until mid july to renegotiate the contract. So like i said most common use for these franchise tag is not let a player. They want hit free agency. They wanna keep them around and then negotiate a more long-term deal to save some money and get under the cap for the foreseeable future so these somewhat can be slightly unfair A lot of players disliked the franchise tag for example on robinson is voiced his opinions against the franchise tag because it plays a lot of restrictions on upper-echelon players. So when a player like allen robinson gets franchise tagged they can't really find the real market value because they have that set price on them and if they wanted to go explore free agency then they could go interview with a bunch of teams test the waters and see what their actual worth is rather than getting a set number Just put on them so that's somewhat unfair This makes them have no financial security past one season. So if there's an injury then you know they just their value could just completely plummet. Under the franchise tag now players can hold out. That's really the only leverage they have in the su- situation but you know that's asking a lot of a player to put their public. Perception line put their reputation with the fans on the line and so most players don't do that but it has gotten to that point before so most cases players work at a deal for the tag comes into place in july which is the deadline for them to restructure. Or make that deal. So now i'm gonna get into what players have got tagged so far and What does that mean for. These teams moving forward. I player i wanted to discuss. Is alan robinson so. This one was obvious when it had to be done. Bears have a lot of uncertainty at the at the quarterback situation. So i don't think they wanted to make a long term deal without knowing where what direction they were gonna go with the quarterback. But you couldn't let player of this caliber and a player. This talented gopher nothing in return so in twenty twenty roms a career. High one hundred two passes for twelve hundred fifty yards. And he's only twenty seven which is pretty remarkable considering everything he's been through he had a tornado in two thousand seventeen with jacksonville. And he's really played with really bad quarterbacks over the years he's had blake bortles who's a backup slash bouncing around the league and he's played with mitch trubisky. Who's a failed first round pick for the chicago bears. And he's still been that he's had that production there no matter what. So i really wanna see robinson play with upper echelon quarterback and i just think if you give him a russell wilson someone who's above slightly above average maybe even just average than his numbers will go up. Even more is ridiculous so like i said he's a true number one receiver. I would argue top five in the league. He's either gonna play for seventeen million in two thousand twenty which is what his franchise tag number. I think he's looking for more around twenty million and easier gonna play under that contract or he can hold out. Which i think is definitely a possibility with this player just because of the displeasure. He's voiced on social media and kind of how players of rallied. His teammates have rallied rallied around him and they really want to see him get paid but when you look at the market value so he's gonna get paid seventeen million the tag next year.

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Dallas Cowboys Reach Multi-Year Deal With Star Quarterback Dak Prescott

Blogging the Boys

05:22 min | 9 months ago

Dallas Cowboys Reach Multi-Year Deal With Star Quarterback Dak Prescott

"Salary cabin number for two thousand and twenty one is going to be twenty two point two million dollars all right now. Head dak prescott. In franchise tag again this will happen in a procedural sense but had to cow tried to go at this with dak prescott on the franchise tag for the two thousand and twenty one season. We've talked about this a number of times. That value would have been thirty. Seven point seven million dollars so the fact that the cow is now have him onto the books. We're talking about the value that is on the books in the books. However you want to look at the books whether they're e books or physical books whatever the case may be that value is now twenty two point two million dollars now. I know that we have all said some things about the dallas cowboys but they are not complete dummies. They surely budgeted for the franchise tag value. Because let's be honest. They came about twenty four hours. We think you know. Close to having the actually placed the franchise tag and maybe carried out with that prescott. So the cowboys have room for the franchise tag at the very least so you look at that quake matt that adam schefter was kind enough to do for you. That is fifteen point. Five million dollars that the dallas cowboys suddenly have because they've got this long term deal with that prescott. This is something that we've been saying for two years now. If you do this you can. You can kick this down the road. You can prorate it you can extended you can whatever term you want to put on it. You can spread the impact of the deal out of the signing bonus of the overall guaranteed money out over the lives of the contract so it doesn't hit you all at once. That's the one killer about the franchise tag is that it is fully and completely guaranteed in franchise tag is a one year deal so the value of it last year and dak prescott was on the tag for thirty one point. Four million dollars. The two thousand twenty dallas cowboys had to absorb that value all at once and they would have had to have done it again. Here in two thousand and twenty one but because they have adjusted that they now have fifteen and a half million dollars that they were seemingly budgeting for dak prescott that now they can apply to different areas. Maybe it is a safety. Maybe it's a defensive end. Maybe it's a defensive tackle. Maybe it's you know an offensive tackle. But they want swing tackled death whatever the case may be. We know that the cowboys obviously hold the tenth overall. Pick in the draft. They could go a number of different directions there. They wanna cornerback kayla farther patrick's retain do wanna take one of the tackles and rashawn slater as all this is. This is setting up and this is an important thing. I want you to hear me here and watch me here. You cannot waste this money. If dallas cowboys the whole point and getting this done with thac prescott besides obviously establishing having the best player on your team for the foreseeable future the point in doing this is to alleviate the salary cap space now. And i don't like the term when now if you watch us often you know that but you look state of the nfc east. It is by sudha. I mean the philadelphia. Eagles are a disaster. The new york giants doping daniel jones is legitimate. The washington football team has a great team but is void of the most important position of the game and a quarterback. Maybe they'd get somebody this cycle as we all expect quarterbacks to change teams at a higher rate than usual but the case in point is at the dallas cowboys are now. We're going to see this all day on tuesday by the way and we'll talk about it of course but they're going to be overwhelming favorites to win the nfc streit and you think about the conference that they plan is really a contender in the nfc. And i mean that with all due respect to the reigning champion tampa bay buccaneers. But you've got the bucks you've got the green bay packers and then who scares you. May maybe the rams you believe in matthew stafford but the point is thinking about the afc. I mean the. Afc has the bills and the ravens and the chiefs and the titans and the steelers and the browns. I mean you could go. A number of different ways. Did the colts have carson. Wentz ends up getting his act together and so the cowboys play in the weakest division in the weaker conference and so now they have this opportunity to really kind of take their future in the here and now they have fifteen and a half million dollars that they weren't necessarily planning on having use it and if they don't use it it is all for not so i mean we are all imploring the dallas cowboys to ultimately use this salary cap space. This is a very very very luxurious gift. That they now have been afforded that they didn't previously have so shattered of course to the dallas cowboys. Let's see here let's move. I'm i wanna talk of course about the bonus the dak prescott because well. It's stupid large. I mean it's amazing. Dak prescott has now the largest signing bonus in the nfl. You look at joe flacco. Once upon a time. Got forty million. Dollars matt ryan forty six and a half. Remember if you're on the fence about this value. We've talked about this before as well. Matt ryan became the first quarterback in nfl history to average over. He had thirty but to average at least thirty million dollars per year with his new contract that he signed with the atlanta falcons in two thousand and eighteen. That was three years ago. Dak prescott signed a four six year. Deal whatever you wanna call it. That was three years ago. They matt ryan signed that he was the first quarterback to hit the thirty million dollars a year. Mark prescott just hit forty but the reality and we've been saying this forever is that there are so many deals coming around the bend. Josh allens gotta get paid. Lamar jackson's gotta get paid. Baker mayfield's got to get paid extra calories. He's going to get paid the year after that. It's going to be time for joe burrow to finally get paid and when all of those players get paid this forty million dollars a year. Mark the dak prescott got this one hundred twenty six million dollar. Total guaranteed is sixty six million dollar signing bonus all these things that are currently the top of the nfl. The most in nfl history. That's the verbiage in determining that you're hearing associated with this and it's all literally true but it's all going to get pushed down because all of these players on this list. Joe flacco matt ryan matthew stafford at fifty million signing bonus. Aaron rodgers fifty. Seven and a half russell wilson not going to be a dallas cowboy now by the way sixty five million dollars. Dak prescott topped that all of these quarterbacks in all likelihood we'll top that that's the reality of the nfl things are always moving in one direction. It is up

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"twenty six million" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

The Road To A Billion

05:28 min | 10 months ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

"That's can go away. And i'm fine like i don't i don't i don't need that stuff i like. It is great But what. I like even more is is generally helping people when they do that and see results that that brings me more confidence than just about anything else. I think so. Yeah i think that's. That's my mindset and then just realizing been aware of checking yourself. I mean i was telling at dinner last night with an nfl. Running back austin ekeler. He's he's an agent or a client of sports agency. They on five percents. So i was with him and my friend Who is the majority owner and it was super cool because a We talked about mindset in the austin. Is this like you know. Kind of like tiny guy. Not all prototypical running back. There's like you look at him like you know. I don't know what he is like. Five nine five ten you guys just starting running back in the nfl. I mean he's arms jacked. We're playing roulette looking back from the bathroom. We'll get his arms like guys jacked. But he's like you know five nine five foot ten twenty five from a good not a division one school starting a practice squad and then got like a twenty six million dollar contract. The la chargers in through the starting running back for la chargers And like just seen his mindset was so tremendous bio telling him and my friend about how like..

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"twenty six million" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

Serving and Uniting America

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on Serving and Uniting America

"That is more possible today than it was even five years ago when you when i first wrote them. He's saying your proposal to invite mr eisenhower to state dinner during the nineteen ninety summit. It's an intriguing one as you might imagine. We're still in the very early planning stages for the event itself and the activities surrounding however as we progress with arrangements. Who will certainly keep your suggestion in mind so in this was signed sincerely alexander vershbow v. e. r. s. h. b. o. w. alexander vershbow director office of soviet union affairs from that first contact with the white house. June fourth nineteen eighty four to december fourteenth. Nineteen thousand nine. I had some hope but then things apart and that was never served in as i said john eisenhower. A great great man. General eisenhower like his father entitled but he passed away Several years ago my strong strong hope is that this time the roman catholic church but especially the holy russian orthodox church and even the eastern orthodox church as a whole will somehow get involved to see if we can have if we can have a repeat of what happened and my thought is this. I sent a copy of john. Eisenhower's letter to his daughter through the eisenhower library. And when i say remembering the eisenhower's trip to russia and new reasons to repeat it the original trip as you followed is dwight eisenhower and his son to eisenhower's that's why it's the eisenhower's trip plural. Now my suggestion is the churches themselves. And maybe the state department's invite the grand son and granddaughter of dwight eisenhower. These are the children of john. Eisenhower himself to invite them to make that trip in to russia and make a public redoing of that of that marvelous toast to the russian people of those who were in the war. Most of the participants most of the soldiers have passed on. But there'd be some who who are live. Millions died of course the soviets Suffered the most casualties of any of our allies by far in the millions. And when you add in the Civilian population you're talking in the neighborhood of twenty six million russians died And it was brutal. Fighting was brutal on all sides and they could make both. susan eisenhower. the daughter and david eisenhower. They could especially make an appeal to those who were youngsters and had to say goodbye to brothers and fathers who never returned cousins. Who never came back. Maybe they had four brothers who left for the war. Maybe two came back. Maybe one came back. Maybe none of them came back. Sir like our sullivan brothers. Five brothers died all all at once from a japanese torpedo. But anyhow if that could happen if our state department if mr putin's a state department if holy russian orthodox church if our roman catholic church even involvement from perhaps the vatican pope francis if they could reach out in an honest way and say look. We're not friends but we were once. Allies ought to necessity and it was stated that to your leadership in one thousand nine hundred forty five and it was stated again to your leadership by president reagan in november the nineteenth one thousand nine hundred eighty five..

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Immortals Gaming Club Are Getting Out of the Esports Team Space

The Business of Esports

05:55 min | 1 year ago

Immortals Gaming Club Are Getting Out of the Esports Team Space

"Start with a big story. Is you know it's impossible to ignore big numbers. And i'll just give you the headlines of three stories. But they're all the same story. Basically i just i like the three headlines because they all tell a little bit different side of it. The first year was immortals club raises additional twenty six million dollars. The second year was from bloomberg says meg. Whitman backed firm to way sale of overwatch team again talking about immortals gaming club and then the third immortals gaming club raises twenty. Six million led by ex quickly. Exact meg whitman. So if you put all these three together you sort of have all the information. You need witches with immortals calling her ex quickly exact. I mean could she is that that has got to be the most subtle you tag career up until on his business like her. Oh the ebay right yeah. That's better than leading quickly. Wow you're only as good as your last gig. You're only as good as your last exum be. Feels like something. Like as a as a term. Like i would order an like an exotic restaurant like well. I will start with the vegetable three way. Medley have the x. Qube for my main interest rate and goes just leaving puzzled. Sometimes i am puzzled. William by how your brain works that brain that it's such a funny term. So so here's here's what we know from the just the three headlines. Immortals gaming is raising a raised twenty six million dollars. It's being led by meg whitman. Who used to be equipped he also ebay footmen footnote and they're looking to sell their overwatch team. Believe it or not so. They've already got rid of their like previously. Got rid of their Call of duty league team And now the overwatch league team. They're looking to to get rid of it and i'll just read. I'm going to present you all the information guys. And then you can discuss. But it says immortals gaming intends to focus less on city specific teams and more on businesses related to online gaming such as gamers club a subscription service in latin america which connects video game players. The company said last week. It's selling a team playing and activists call of duty league to one hundred thieves And now so. They've sold off their call of duty league team now. They're saying they want to sell their los angeles valley and overwatch team. In the meantime the raid they raised twenty. Six million led by meg whitman. What do you guys make this news. There's a lot of. there's a lot to unpack. You're right the amount. They've raised be That they're divesting of assets sort of as part of this razor almost next to it which you don't usually hear about You guys think jeff. Lindsay william whoever wants to start here. What do you guys think of of mortals gaming club. And the way they're going. Let me go last. I have some some hot takes. Let me last go first. Then let's let's open with some hot takes you're all my take on. This is a little is a little more nuanced. But i think what's really interesting about this announce those two things to read into this. One is a mortals has just not done well as in east sports work right. They haven't won anything. They haven't really built a differentiated brand. They've been blown. Apart in the lifestyle category versus other orbs about the best thing they did back in late two thousand eighteen by gamers club right and make a move into south american marquette. This reads like a real strategic shift into you know gaming services and service provision right. Because you don't. You don't sell off both gated franchises and in particular. You don't sell off call of duty called duties actually starting to perform now like it's unusual to sell that asset unless you are If you're still committed to really making the team piece work so i think an underscore here as immortals you know is going to be getting out of the team space. I think a second thing i would add to this though in the morrison is the fact that they are announcing looking for a sale of overwatch without the buyer. List william razi to me because that is a direct that first of all signals a little bit of urgency right like we're trying to get rid of this asset gimme buyers right because like to be honest with you like like you don't need for an asset like that you know you don't you don't really need to do this sort of thing right like you don't know who the people are who are in the market for this The the second thing is. I think this is like a forcing mechanism with activision blizzard. It seems like they want out of that league and announcing they're going to sell is a really good piece of lever to communicate activision blizzard. Hey it's not working right and also to kind of tip their hat about the seriousness of their frustrations with with that business right now. So that's my read on. This is the announcement of sale is a little tactical. It's partly strategically. They want to divest. And it's partly. They're trying to communicate something to activision blizzard because they didn't announce again these. These are sort of deals. Where like you read about in favor of like. Oh i too could go by that. You know what i mean. There's a limited set of groups and these guys ono each other right like you. Don't you're not going to be surprised by who's coming out by this org slot like it wasn't like come on hundred. Thieves did call of duty right. It wasn't like josie sports club.

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Is Etsy Stock a Buy?

MarketFoolery

03:56 min | 1 year ago

Is Etsy Stock a Buy?

"So. For dozens of listeners, let me just say up front. We are recording this early because I'm taking Tuesday's a personal day. So hopefully, the market is not doing Tuesday morning what it did late in the day, Sunday. And with so many companies reporting this week we thought we would do a a more detailed preview on three companies that are reporting later this week, and let's start with Oetzi. He's going to report after the bell on Wednesday. It's their third quarter report. This is a stock that was in the low thirties in March it's now around one hundred, forty dollars a share. What should folks be watching when it comes to? Yeah. You know it's really funny. I didn't realize that he had been on quite such tear. I guess just had really been paying that close attention to my portfolio and then one day open it up and I saw hey, wow, that's a nice little surprise. That's the best kind of surprise you guys have been doing. Okay. So I will say like first and foremost the dip when it comes to earning season in tweeted this out earlier and I think it's just something that I always want to remind myself. Because we get very hung up in the expectations game in for me. It's always. More beneficial to pay attention to to management and management hitting the marks that they said, not what the streets expecting right I mean management's should in theory the business better than anyone. So I think they're going to provide a little bit more of a realistic outlook and I think it's going to be a little bit more line with the way we invest. And so typically I go through for the companies that do sit guidance and offer guidance I I, look for the things that they say so. Evoke back to just a quarter ago. I mean the language in the call was. Was One of optimism yet caution, and they were really taking things one quarter time. So they did offer you know estimates for four some of the metrics that matter this quarter that gross merchandise sales, which is the the amount of money that's going through that network in the range of two point two to two point five billion that would be anywhere from eighty two to one hundred, percent one, hundred, ten percent up from from the same year ago looking for revenue of three, hundred, sixty, six, million to four, hundred, twenty, six, million would represent a range of growth between eighty five percent in one hundred and fifteen percent. and. So those are the things you know I look at first and foremost similar to just the sheer numbers. Now I think with that see another metric that really matters I mean this is this the Nice thing about the network it's a two sided network with buyers and sellers and they benefit from both. But if you look back. From. Just, Corrigo I mean they reported three point one, four, million active sellers sixty point three, million active. Now that represented growth from two point, eight, million and forty, seven, point seven, million respectively from the previous quarter. So you can see as the corridors go along. This is a business that continues to really benefit from the move towards ECOMMERCE right? I mean e commerce, it's not just an Amazon world anymore in in certainly been proving itself to be not only a great place for people to buy things but a great place for people to sell things and I've been really impressed with. The metrics the past couple of quarters in what they're selling in masks I mean it is just amazing. This is like the place to get a mask and all sorts of different kinds and like you know. All. Sorts of different types of our work involved with these just really interesting to see. This has been such a such a place. For people to go out there in really really sell something that clearly everybody needs in some capacity right now. But Yeah I think that those are the first things that I pay attention to when it to and. Just kind of get an idea of how they see this holiday season the shaping up as

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Willy Woo on Why It's 'an Extremely Great Time to Buy Bitcoin'

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

06:25 min | 1 year ago

Willy Woo on Why It's 'an Extremely Great Time to Buy Bitcoin'

"This was quite weak for Bitcoin and crypto in general with pave announcing that it will allow it's three hundred and forty-six million customers to hold bitcoin ether and other cryptocurrencies as well as use them to pay pay. Pals Twenty six million merchants. Avenues the price of Bitcoin shot up briefly flirting with thirteen thousand dollars. What do you make of PAYPAL's news? yeah. Well. It's very much significant if you were to look it on chain, exactly how many people actually holding the coins in the Wallet? Well it currently is only twenty three point four million holds on shade and if you count the exchanges, these one, hundred and one million. Active unique accounts so if you look at cal, it's all mice five times it's four, hundred, eighty million. So you know this the absolute unlock to the mainstream Mac here to excess bitcoin. Way In excess of what we currently have in numbers. Before that news broke, you had been tweeting a bit about how bitcoins price behaviors have been changing. One of your tweets showed a chart of coin dormancy against the bitcoin price and you tweeted dormancy is a measure of old hands selling out as interesting to see old hands reliably sold tops. Until this present cycle, they sold the bitcoin bottom at three, three, thousand, four, thousand dollars they are selling right now. So when you say this this present cycle, what time period are you talking about and why do you think the Behavioral Behavior Fall Chances. Changing. This this is the current cycle of the coin cycles. Every four years because the happening that's kind of impulse of. Of supply reduction, and so we get into these four year macro cycles in this particular cycle is interesting in the we had the fist. Through of exchanges with the lights, of bit mix. Introduced in the telling twenty seventeen and with the crazy leverage is these guys can do on these exchanges they. They have dominated the volume on. Against you know the the organic sputnik people would normally come in and by the coins move muffins the wallets. So when you've got this out live, Oh, you on derivative markets where traders cabin and trade against each other. They play a whole lot of strategic games. You Know Defensive Lines I. It to playing a game of gridiron where you going yards and you're trying to push the other side over the they back trace in. So we're in this era of derivative dominance where it's trade a game. So you see if you look at the chat of Bitcoin, we had this very nice organic. Movements and price. It was very effective fundamentals of visas coming in, and since twenty seventeen, the telling twenty seen really coming into twenty eighteen and into now we've had a crazy whip sore in the price action. It's like you can see the six thousand sort of band that we head and twenty. Eighteen in it plummeted down to three thousand. That was all trade against. On. Exchanges and so what I think's happening is that the old hand Wales, the Oggi's that voted to Bitcoin, wipe win, and the obviously highly capitalize in the boys being out of cell tops the not currently equipped to play the very sophisticated trade games that helped him unto exchanges. So that not selling the top selling the bottoms right now. and. So I don't fully understand. You know when you talk about this kind of game. What is it? You know just from? hodler perspective, it should be. You know something straightforward. You buy low you sell when it's high. So what is going on? Exactly that's keeping them from being able to do that. You know this obviously is a hotly you'll going to organically by and hold for long term sort of held that if you these terrific of exchanges. All you're doing is making bids long shore the prices, go one way or the other, and if I'm correct I make a lot of money in. So what actually happens is there if you see, for example, the gene rural market, the general traders which of unsophisticated traders they may be going long. So if your though the winner. you'll the whale onto exchanges and the winners team to be one to the Mac out according to picnics ninety nine seat lose. you're the guy with. Tens of millions of dollars of what we call Ammo. To bad to push the MAC at one way. So for example, if you've one's going long. And I'm the one percent. Well, I'm going to choice it and I'm going to sell and I'm going to sell in the NFL I may even sell on spot exchanges to to push the price down and I'm trying to push the price down below the defensive line of people going long because if you going long you bidding on a going out, but you do have this. Line in the sand where if you're wrong, you're either liquidated will you have a stop loss where you can a sell out both both cases you're going to sell out? So what the whales do is they they counted trade you they pushed the price below your offensive line, and at that point you have to sell in and then suddenly the price plummets and then thou- group at the bottom and they win and so you know that happens with your long assured the the ninety nine percent lose, and this is a derivative. Casino game. With with they're very smart sophisticated players. That have now entered bitcoin is completely breaking headache

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Social Media Influenced or Influencers?

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

Social Media Influenced or Influencers?

"The highest paid earner on Youtube is not old enough to get a driver's license. In fact, he's nine his name is Ryan. His channel May twenty, six, million dollars last year and fact two of the top three global earners on Youtube are under ten years old. The third highest earner is a six year old Russian girl who brought in eighteen million dollars recently, lawmakers in France passed a bill that contained similar labor protections for child social, media stars as for child actors models while protecting kids is a laudable thing to do. It feels A. Bit Strange calling this new law a win several months ago in a breakpoint commentary, we discussed teenage pop music, Star Name Billy Irish who swept the two thousand twenty grammy awards are concerns about how island had been exploited to make money apply here too when childhoods are directed toward building media, empires, Young Youtube Stars in elementary age social media influencers earn money by broadcasting their lives online and then charging money for ad placements. All of this enabled, of course, by their parents and our society and especially weird but largely unquestioned societal norm is revealed in. All of this, our culture idolizes the concept of agency justifying almost anything by the capacity to act according to One's granted wishes all of our postmodern moral claims about sexuality hinge on agency. If an encounter was consensual, it was okay. If a baby is wanted, then it's really baby if a couple wants to stay married, they should if they don't, they shouldn't no other questions to be asked however does anyone actually believed that a six year old girl who thinks she's just playing at the park with her dad but his actually being broadcast and millions. Of Subscribers Online has agency isn't even possible for her to understand realize that she's the star of kindergarten version of the Truman show of course, not kids have no concept of the dangers that kind of publicity not to mention that kind of money can pose for her personal and relational wellbeing. In fact, we only need check in on Corey Feldman or Britney Spears to see just what should be obvious that people meant to protect. THEM AREN'T French lawmakers concerned about how hard they work as noble was at intention may be the people meant to protect. Children are their parents. Still the problem created here is two pronged on the other side of the camera. That's pointed directly in the faces of celebrity kids are other kids who are obsessively consuming their content and are sold on a wrong idea of what life is ultimately all about even more new netflix documentary reveals just how much the success of social media companies hinges on our loss of agency and the social dilemma. A handful of Silicon Valley engineers and former social media executives describe how successfully algorithms keep users on their sites for as long as. Possible the five videos that pop up in the up next column on Youtube are generated by an algorithm built by people who are trained in human psychology and determine what will interest you. The next video then plays automatically after intending to watch just one, we end up watching dozens and algorithms custom sell videos. Artificial intelligence can even create them writing in medium. John. Bridled scribes the infiltration of bought created videos for children on Youtube botts determine what videos kids are watching, and then create mashups of images, songs, and Buzzword Hashtags in order to keep them. Watching and no amount of gatekeepers or regulators can keep out those with nefarious intent including those who create videos of lovable cartoon characters doing horrifying things the new. York Times covered this dangerous phenomenon a few years ago in a peace with this headline on Youtube kids startling video slipped past filters. One tampered with video featured kids, cartoon character, pepe pig being literally tortured by her dentist. It showed up on Youtube S- front page when users type in just a few basic search terms thankfully youtube caught it and eventually removed it look at the very least. Parents must diligently monitor what their kids are watching online. However, we must diligently push back on those parts of our digital culture that are now going largely unquestioned cultures most powerful, not where it is the loudest. But in what it normalizes screen time worldview messages, the inept concept of consent and yes child celebrity isn't children bear the image of God they exist because he loves them not so that they could fulfill the

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Netflix Misses Q3 Subscriber Forecast, Stock Falls

MarketFoolery

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Netflix Misses Q3 Subscriber Forecast, Stock Falls

"In the past twelve months shares of Netflix are up more than two hundred percent so. Forgive me for not wringing my hands over the fact that shares of Netflix are down about six percent. This morning third quarter profits came in lower than expected. That said. Weakest. Subscriber growth in four years. That's I don't know. It doesn't seem like something to worry a lot about, but it certainly is noteworthy. Actually, think it's something that's kind of to be expected. So there's something called the pull forward effect, which is there's rapid growth in the first half of the year. So then the dot com steals, the subscribers would have happened in the back half of the year. So they added two point, two, million new subscribers, which is less than the three point three, million predicted. By. In total for the year, they added over twenty six million customers, which is more than they did of all of last year. So through the first nine months of twenty, twenty they've. got a point, one million members and they're on pace to add thirty, four, million users in two, thousand twenty, which will be their strongest year of growth. Aber so even though this quarter is the lowest number. Since two thousand fifteen if you kind of zoom out look at the big picture, they're going to to almost two hundred million customers in total, which if you're going to compare it to Disney sixty point, five, million subscribers who has about thirty million. So it's still by and large the most popular. Streaming site. Did Not get a chance to listen to the conference call. Do you know the extent to which management game guidance on production schedule because that's certainly we certainly seen that in the traditional movie? Industry, of Television as well to a lesser degree, but we've seen a lot of movies just stopped production altogether. Did they give any guidance on their own pipeline? They did. So they finish fifty projects since the initial shutdown and they will release more programs next year in twenty twenty, one minute didn't twenty twenty. They are returning to production mainly in Europe and in Asia not as much. So in the US, they're currently filming season for of Stranger things they're filming red notice which I don't know if that's based on the book by Bill. Browder. But if it is, I'm excited to watch it. They're filming season two of the witcher. So they seem that they are both finishing filming finishing production and filming and re ramping filming outside of the US. One of the things I did know Yeah. The headline is a subscriber growth in four years their subscriber growth in the Asia Pacific region was really strong this last quarter. Yeah, it was the largest contributor to paid membership growth. So it was forty six percent of the global paid net ads. So I think that that's an interesting kind of problem or gift that they have is they now have such a global subscriber base. So you have to see shows that are in English, and then you have to see shows that are in different languages and you have to see show that widely appeal like I don't know if you watched Indian matchmaking but that was an interesting show that appealed to. I think you know I'm not watching a match making show I heard a plus reviews my sister really liked it. But I think that that's an interesting kind of experiment and you see that it was very popular in India but it was also super popular in the US trying to figure out how they can get shows and movies that have that wide appeal while also focusing on those knee shows as well that do really well like the umbrella academy or the Social Dilemma the documentary that came out.

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For television executives, return of football is good news

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

For television executives, return of football is good news

"Are you ready for some football so far the answer for TV viewers is well kind of so much for all the chatter online about people boycotting the NFL because teams and players are taking stands for social justice while few fans were in the stands there were plenty in front of the flat screens for one particular marquee matchup Nielsen reports Sunday's game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in New Orleans Saints was seen by nearly twenty six million people it was Tom Brady's first game with the box and help folks get its best opening weekend since twenty sixteen meanwhile ratings for games on NBC on Thursday and Sunday were down from last year's opener as well as the Sunday slate for CBS there was an even steeper decline for Monday Night Football on ESPN I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Netflix adds 26 million new users

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:23 min | 1 year ago

Netflix adds 26 million new users

"Dot com slash NPR to learn more. Now, as the fight against the coronavirus continues, many people are spending a lot more time at home and that means big business for Netflix. The video streaming giant added twenty six, million new users so far this year pushing it subscriber base to near two, hundred million. CEO Credits the company's Unorthodox. For its rise NPR's bobby. Allen. has a closer look. Unlimited, vacation submitting expenses without approval being promoted for criticizing your company. These are the perks of working for net Netflix says CEO Reed. Hastings it's risky trusting employees as much as we do giving them as much freedom as we do. But it's essential in creative companies where you have much greater risk of from lack of innovation in his new book. No rules rules he's things discusses his guiding principle the keeper test the idea is to ask your boss if I wanted to leave how hard would you fight to keep me if the answer is not very hard, maybe it's time for you to go our culture memos says things like adequate performance gets A. Generous. Severance package but the ruthless culture has some employees constantly looking over their shoulder. One former Netflix's employee told me he lived in constant fear of losing his job and that people of Color didn't feel as empowered to offer frank feedback as his white colleagues. He eventually quit hastings says people of all backgrounds rise in the company. But NETFLIX's isn't for everyone those who feel fear tend to check out because it's an unpleasant feeling. And really it's best suited for people who can acknowledge intellectually the risks. But in fact, they're so joyful about playing with great teammates. There are certainly versions of this that would clearly be completely destructive. Right Jonathan. Knee is a Columbia business school professor and former investment banker. He likes Netflix's culture. He says, it's actually better than what happens in most American offices people are not rewarded forgiving feedback. There's going to be emotions human beings somebody's gonNa cry you know something you just don't want like you know what? Let's just wait this mercilus approach is also applied to shows netflix's produces. Mom, what are we doing here? Your father's laundering money for a Mexican drug cartel where you gonNA wake up to your white privilege man, and then maybe later you can show me how to turn into a bat Yam's kind of Maine I'm obsessed with her. Those were the trailers for Ozark dear, white people and one day at a time all acclaimed shows and all ended by Netflix's in the last two years. However, polarizing Netflix's has taken off like a rocket ship. NETFLIX's big push into original programming with award winning movies and Buzzy shows like Tiger King have made Netflix's prophets speed pass traditional Hollywood studios. We do attribute that to the culture, but hastings admits the culture can be tough even on him. Hastings leadership style was once described as being quote unencumbered by emotion and he told me a vice president at the company wants. told him. He isn't a good listener and he's empathetic which I have say even you know at my level of success, it

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Biden raises $26M in 24 hours after VP announcement

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Biden raises $26M in 24 hours after VP announcement

"The announcement of Joe Biden's running mate appears to be stirring excitement among democratic donors Joe Biden raised twenty six million dollars for his presidential campaign in the twenty four hours that followed his announcement the senator Kamel Harris of California would be his running mate the campaign says that some more than doubled their previous record ActBlue an online fundraising arm for the left reported taking in almost eleven million dollars in the hours after the Harrison announcement Harris joined Biden in Delaware on Wednesday for their first fundraiser together as running mates I know that we're going to get this thing done but we're gonna have to fight for buying campaign hopes that hall is the beginning of a prolific fundraising push in the final stretch before election day Jennifer king Washington

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Fyre Festival merchandise up for auction

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Fyre Festival merchandise up for auction

"Merchandise from the infamous fire festival is being auctioned off the US marshals, listing hats, shirts, jackets, and other items in hopes of refunding some of the victims after festival organizers, Billy McFarland's twenty, six, million dollar fraud scheme. The one hundred, twenty, six items are up for auction. Now through thirteenth the Fire Festival was advertised and we've talked about it. Quite a bit on the show there are at least two documentaries. Is that right about this fire festival? was billed as a luxurious getaway in the Caribbean and was supposed to have performances by blink one, eighty two and a bunch of other big artists. But upon arrival people found out that it was like. I don't know it was like A. Work camp or something they were getting peanut butter sandwiches and. Yeah so not all it was cracked up to be McFarland was sentenced to six years in prison.

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Warren Buffett and the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting

Stansberry Investor Hour

12:16 min | 1 year ago

Warren Buffett and the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting

"Okay. Let's talk about Warren Buffett and his comments at the Berkshire hathaway meeting. He talked for over four hours so I might not be able to get to everything in fact. I'm just going to get to a few topics that really stood out. And this is by the way. If you haven't listened to it you can go listen to it just Google Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting yacht. Yahoo Finance has it and you can find it on Youtube. And it's worth it. It's worth listening to Warren Buffett. Talk for four hours. Once a year it really is even if you disagree with every syllable that comes out of his mouth. It's still worth listening to. So I think one of the really big perhaps the biggest topic that he covered couple of weeks ago he became public that he started selling his position in the Airlines. And he put one slide up the beating that showed the first quarter purchases of equity securities by Berkshire hathaway including buying back their own stock but they made investments in equities of fourbillion. They sold two point two billion of equities and they bought back a billion seven of their own stock not really huge numbers for Berkshire but then he put up a slide. That showed in the month of April because the first quarter ends March thirty first right month of April purchases of equity securities. Four hundred twenty six million peanuts nothing for Berkshire. He was asked about it. He couldn't even remember what it was and he said I might not have done. It might have been you know. His his top capital allocation lieutenants. Ted In todd. He bought bags zero stock. We'll talk about that in a little bit and sold in the month of April alone. Six and a half billion including all the rest of the airline stocks okay. Why did he do this? Well he he put up a slide and he said you know it was not one hundred percent that's six and a half billion was not one hundred percent of what we sold in April. But you knows mostly mostly airlines said. I made a mistake and he went through the history of the position and if you look at the filings. He started buying these things in late. Two Thousand Sixteen. He said we paid. Oh I don't know seven or eight. Billion couldn't even remember how much to own ten percent of the four largest airlines starting at that time and then into two thousand seventeen you kept by and he figured that for seven or eight billion. He was getting a billion dollars worth of earnings that he thought was likely to go up over time and at that time he did an interview with. Becky quick of CNBC. And he said the airlines have had a bad century and they've had like over one hundred bankruptcies and it's been terrible and they've consolidated into four big ones. That are doing pretty well etcetera etcetera. And you know we want a piece of it and those four those top four American United Delta and southwest accounted for like eighty percent of the domestic airline capacity. So right there. It sort of felt to him. It seems like when he bought the railroads who had been through. I don't know about a difficult century. But yeah pretty pretty tough time over the past decades before he bought and then turned into a pretty good bet because they had consolidated down they had been through restructurings same type of a situation and they had some pricing power to and I remember hearing about that idea from the guys at allegany well run insurance company PUBLICLY COMPANY TICKER SYMBOL. Why the letter? Y and was by when Burlington northern was like I don't know twelve bucks a share or share or something like that maybe even cheaper and Buffett bought the whole thing of Burlington northern for one hundred dollars a share so late to the party but still thought it was a good bet and same thing he said we treated it mentally as if we were buying a business meaning as we were buying one hundred percent of a whole business and if you've heard him talk over the years they liked to buy one hundred percent of the business they liked by as much as they can once they liked to sing and like the hold it forever. That's their favorite thing to do. And you know this look like an equity position that he might hold effectively forever and he said you know the companies were well managed and all that stuff but now he blew out the whole position when the whole world he sold into weakness right. This is the guy who says be greedy when others are fearful while he's fearful when others are fearful because he's not buying anything and he sold this massive position and is not spending any of his giant hundred and thirty billion dollar pile of cash. So that's kind of unusual. And he said the airline business. I'll just quote a few little things he says. The airline Business Blah Blah Blah. I think it changed in a very major way is obviously changed. And he said these four companies are going to borrow tenor. Twelve billion. Each in some cases they're having to sell stock or the right to buy stock that takes away from the upside then a little bit after that he said. I don't know the two three years from now. That people will fly as many passenger miles as they did last year. In Twenty nineteen so in other words this business has changed so much and these companies are so deeply impaired that it makes no sense for him to continue to hold the equities. He's held things through bet. He's a publicly traded companies through bankruptcy. At least one right. Us G it was an unusual bankruptcy situation. So this really tells you. The buffet thinks that people have changed their their travel. Habits have changed and they're not gonna fly as much even when things are all opened up and who knows one would think over this time period. He's talking about two three years. Whatever that the corona virus will be a thing of the past? Nobody's worrying about it anymore. You know we'll see but I just thought it was really interesting that you know we find buffet just being really fearful not deploying capital and blowing out this position into weakness having bought it in the first place. I've never recommended an airline stock in extreme value. And I never will and I was shocked when he did it and I always wonder like how how going to work out but you know obviously not too well so the airlines and I here where he's coming from because the airlines I read today. One article said they're burning ten billion monthly as as an industry. And you know they've already gotten something like fifty billion and bail out. There's another there's more money that they're going after under this. Cares Act Law. That was passed but united like they got five billion bucks and only one and a half billion. That was alone. The other three and a half billion was a grant grant. Yeah you've heard me money. Just taxpayer money just given to the airlines. And of course they put stipulations on this thing but they've already found the loophole and the stipulation was. You can't fire anybody you gotTa keep all your employees and you can't reduce anybody's hourly pay or you can't reduce anybody salary right and I think you can't even buy back stock and other things. But they found a loophole. And you might have heard it already. And they're reducing people's hours. They don't pay them less per hour but they pay them less by reducing their hours which you know as a business move makes sense with dramatically reduced demand for this service but I can understand how nobody would want to get involved with the airlines. Who knows if the equity value is going to be anything like what it is right now impaired as it is. Let's talk about buybacks? Buffet talked about buybacks. He didn't buy back any shares in April at all they bought back a billion seven in the first quarter which is really nothing for them and basically the important tidbit here. Is that the stock to him. He says was no more compelling around two hundred and fifty thousand share than it was when he was buying it back at three hundred thousand share. What does that mean? Well it means exactly what you think. It means. It means the intrinsic value of Berkshire Hathaway's impaired at least that amount like roughly seventeen percent. I believe that is so or more bright. If it's not compelling at either a at two hundred fifty thousand no more so than than it was thirty or three hundred thousand. That's a big deal. And he also mentioned in the same breath telling you why he wasn't buying the shares back in the same breath. He mentioned the option value of cash. Right I it other words. I'd rather hold onto my cash than by back my stock seventeen percent off where I was buying back before. Wow so he did this whole thing. He started out with this whole long thing about never bet against America and he went all through history and all this stuff and he's got a great knowledge of history. It was fun to listen to it but he says all this stuff about don't bet against America in the long term and that was another thing he kept doing. Saint don't bet against long-term but he constantly throughout his talk and answering questions. He was constantly differentiating from the long term. Bet and the nearer term couple years to three years. What does that tell you that tells you that? He thinks that we are not out of the woods yet. And you can't call him barish but he's nothing like bullish. Some investors Whitney Tilson commented. He was part of the presentation and he commented said you know he went and he thought it was raining. Gold in March when the market was getting absolutely obliterated buffet obviously did not think it was raining. Gold Okay. That's really interesting. So they bought by zero in April. You know. That's that's the evidence there he said I would rather be holding my cash. And he also talked about the general idea of buying back stock because he was asked about it one of the shareholders sentence a question about it and he framed it in a really good way that. I think I think you need to hear about. He said imagine that we were just partners. In a business you know fuel vessel. Each put in a certain amount of money in the business does well over time and goes up in value and you know after many years of success one of us wants to take money out of the business. Well if your partner came to send that you say well. That's perfectly reasonable and a way to do that would be for the other partners to buy a little bit of stake and so you know. Maybe he owns thirty three percent. Let's say there are three of you and and he sells a little bit and after that hill own thirty percent or something and you you know then you'll each own a little bit more right. So that's the way he looks at share repurchases as an individual partner can choose. An individual shareholder can choose. Whether or not they WANNA participate and sell the shares whereas if he issued a dividend. It's you're forcing cash down everyone's throat and they get hit with taxes and you're taking money out of the business off the table right. I thought that was pretty interesting. And he's like he doesn't buy any of the political what he calls political correctness about share repurchases. He's a most people do them wrong. He said that consistently for a long time. You have to do them right and the right way to do it is the buy it back in a discount to the intrinsic value and he even said. You won't always be right when you're doing that. You'll make mistakes and doing that but you should still do it that way. And the steak is probably you know. He bought it back at a higher price. A billion seven worst and then he refused buy back in a lower price so he might have even talk about his own mistake and buying shares back but over time the right thing to do is buy it back at a discount. And you know you'll be right enough. If you do it over a period of many years I found all that really intriguing. Him telling US why he didn't buy back the stock and he mentioned specifically that he said you know for example.

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As Unemployment Skyrockets, So Too Do LinkedIn Learning, Coursera Enrollments

Business Wars Daily

04:47 min | 1 year ago

As Unemployment Skyrockets, So Too Do LinkedIn Learning, Coursera Enrollments

"From one day I'm David Brown and this is business awards daily on this Thursday April thirtieth. Have you learned something new over the last few weeks signed up for an online course on work related skills or maybe decided to take up a new hobby. You are in good company. My friend during the first week of January Lincoln reported that its users watched more than a half million hours of linked and learning. That sounds like a lot but the first week in April learners watched one point seven million hours of classes three times as many same transit true of other online learning platforms to among the heavy hitters in this category is core. Sarah launched in two thousand twelve. The platform offers virtual classes taught by university professors for a fraction of university prices. Since stay at home orders began. The company. Says there's been eightfold increase in enrollment in social science personal development and arts and humanities courses according to The Guardian? That's an unprecedented increase core. Sarah Chief Product Officer Shrub on Goalie told newspaper. So what's happening? Well like so. Many Corona virus related phenomena. A lot of things are happening at once. I of course it's simply that millions of people have been home and while parents are busier than ever trying to help their children learn online. Many people without kids at home have time on their hands. And there's only so much netflix you can watch can hear it amen. In addition millions of us are searching for ways to tame pandemic inspired anxiety both linked in learning and core Sarah have seen enormous enrollment jumps in classes designed to help us manage stress for instance core. Sarah serves up the yield course. The science of wellbeing last year. Half a million students took the course encore Sarah's online platform making it the company's bestseller but that's nothing compared to this year so far in twenty twenty one point. Six million people have signed up for the class and on linked in learning over the last few weeks. People have been gravitating toward classes on mindfulness stress reduction and resilience. And then there's the elephant in the room layoffs as of last week. More than twenty six million. Americans had filed for unemployment. Some people are using. This moment is an opportunity to learn skills. Intended to make them more employable to prepare for job-hunting students are signing up to learn everything from data science and computer to personal branding both core Sarah and linked in are also trying to help solve pandemic related problems. Normally Corsair sells a version of its platform to schools and universities but when schools closed the company offered it to them for free in February fifty campuses were paying for the service today. Sixty eight hundred. Schools and universities are using the platform. The company says course era has also just started to make its courses free to the unemployed through partnerships with state local and international government. The company launched the program last week in Illinois Oklahoma and Arizona linked in to is offering classes in everything from small business management sales skills leadership for free to anyone who wants them unemployed or not normally linked in courses come with premium memberships. Which cost thirty dollars to a hundred dollars? A month courses from these platforms are useful but also quite serious. So what if you're just looking to learn something new for fun? Will you could turn to masterclass which offers eighty courses taught by celebrity? Instructors consider for instance a class self expression from Dragonstar Rupaul. Tennis from Serena Williams were screenwriting from Shonda rhimes. One class costs ninety dollars. In annual all access pass is just twice that much masterclass which is privately held. Says it's enrollments are growing but it's tight lipped and won't give any numbers away. Clearly though masterclasses leaders know how to grab eyeballs with so many of its ideal customers at home. It seems to be advertising more than ever video trailers seem to be all over facebook and instagram streams. The company claims it has an increased. Its advertising budget is just targeting its prospects precisely still. The ads are so ubiquitous that Saturday. Night Live spoofed. M. S. and L.'s. Version parodies actor Timothy. Shell may teaching students. How to wear a Hoodie? And Josie with the teenage former dance MOMS star teaching tick tock skills. Satire is rarely far from the truth. Of course masterclass has such diverse

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U.S. Economy Slumped in First Quarter: Live Updates

Morning Edition

06:16 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Economy Slumped in First Quarter: Live Updates

"And the economic toll has hit so suddenly that it is hard to compare directly with anything in memory this morning the commerce department shows how quickly the economy has crashed and the new NPR poll shows how widely the painting is sprint NPR chief economics correspondent Scott Horsley is with us along with NPR senior political editor and correspondent to medical Montanaro gentleman good morning to you both good morning morning Steve and we are all properly distant in our own homes Scott how bad is the GDP number likely to be for the first quarter what we learned today forecasters expect the GDP report this one will show the US economy shrank during the first three months of the year for the first time in six years and worse that's all because of the corona virus for the first two and a half months of the year the economy is actually chugging along at a steady if not spectacular pace but then we got to the middle of March and there was a sharp and sudden downturn that's of course when restaurants and retail shops all over the country store to close their doors tens of millions of Americans were ordered to stay home been hers on who is an economist with IHS Markit says that triggered a sharp decline in consumer spending and that alone was enough to erase whatever gross income before whenever you have the entire country changing behavior at one time in a way that would be suspending it certainly enough to wipe out any gains that we saw earlier in the year her son is expecting that the first quarter growth declined at an annual pace of almost five percent and some forecasters expect even bigger number I'm just trying to think through the math two months two and a half months of pretty good growth and then just two weeks everything being stopped and the stoppage is so bad that the total is down sharply that makes me worry about the second quarter that we're in now where things are going to be stopped for a whole lot longer yeah that's what's kind of scary just half a month of hunkering down sent the economy into reverse what happened this quarter when we're looking at you know a full month in some parts the quarter of more than that in other parts of the country economists expect to see a really deep contraction in the second quarter when those numbers come out in the summer her is not expected to show the economy shrinking at an annual pace of thirty seven percent between April and June you know in just the last five weeks we've seen some twenty six million people are joining the unemployment rolls millions more could be added to that list before we're done this is all shaping up to be the deepest recession in the US since the nineteen thirties okay so those are the overall numbers what do they mean for individuals we have some clues about that from an NPR PBS newshour Marist poll and Domenico what does it say on sticking a pretty harsh toll on most people fifty percent of Americans say they've either been laid off or lost hours at their job because of it that's up from just eighteen percent a month ago and the pandemic is having a harsher financial impact on people of color people without a college degree younger people and those making less than fifty thousand dollars a year Steve let me stop there for a second because you just said fifty percent which is a mind blowing figure half of Americans have you lost a job or lost some kind of pay lost part of their paycheck and you're telling me in certain groups it's even worse than that worse than fifty percent absolutely we're talking about household here so at least fifty percent of Americans or fifty percent Americans have been touched by this and you know Americans are large largely pretty cautious also though about re opening too quickly you would think people would want to you know open much faster if they're being affected economically but eighty percent or more of Americans are saying that they do not want schools restaurants are large sporting events to start taking place again as normal until there is further testing two thirds say they don't want us to physically go back to work without widespread testing but a majority of Republicans say it's time to get back to work so there is a partisan difference here and some of these findings in the way people view your vents up to now as always there are some partisan findings in in a lot of these numbers well what do voters think of the president's handling of the economy in this election year well about forty four percent of trump's approve of trump's handling of the pandemic is pretty similar to what his overall approval has been we talk about this partisan splits you've got Democrats and independents disapproving and Republicans largely very strongly approving of the job the president's been doing on current virus most people think the other governors are doing a far better jobs in the present and handling corona virus by two to one margin and overall they're huge gender and educational divides on how trump's handling it men approve of how trump is dealing with it women overwhelmingly disapprove if you have a college degree you overwhelmingly disapprove if you don't you do approve of the job he's doing I think it's slightly higher marks for his handling of the economy half still approving of the job he's doing on that but I have to say it's interesting when you look at the twenty twenty election the presidential election more Americans think Joe Biden the democratic the presumptive democratic nominee would do a better job handling both of those things I just have to observe also after nine eleven George W. bush also polarizing president had something like a ninety percent approval rating for a little while because of his handling of the crisis in here the president has forty four percent but we are now moving toward a new phase where academies might begin to re open at least a little bit in certain states what might that recovery look like Scott Horsley you know the commerce department numbers look backwards not forwards but the kind of Mr certainly trying to figure out what's ahead economist her son's been looking at industries like airlines and restaurants which have been hit so hard by this pandemic there's really nowhere to go but up traffic is down ninety five percent from year ago levels seated diners from OpenTable is down a hundred percent you can't go lower than that you know all these indicators are a really bad right now at some point they'll turn we'll just have to keep an eye on on when that happens best case scenario if the economy starts to stabilize this summer and then we begin to see a rebound later in the year but it depends you know if there's a big danger but the second wave of infections that requires another round of lockdowns then I guess we have to ask if by then we've found measures to get businesses open and keep them open safely and safely enough that consumers would think that it's safe to go out and shop or go to the restaurant or anything else that's

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President Trump meets with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump meets with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis

"Trump is meeting at the White House for a governor Ron DeSantis this our Florida among the states that's loosening restrictions and opening some beaches the economic shockwaves continue from the coronavirus slowdown in lock down more than twenty six million people filing for unemployment assistance so far enough to worry some of the president's economic advisers including Kevin Hassett he said recently that the economic impact of covert nineteen could mirror that of the Great Depression today has been at the White House clarifying those comments stressing Congress is working on fixes an eight

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"twenty six million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on AP News

"AP news I'm Jim white house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress isn't finished with aid packages to offset the impact of the corona virus pandemic she was additional funding to help essential workers from police and fire to nurses and other health care workers and those working in grocery stores and other retail outlets she is also sharply critical of president trump and Senate leader Mitch McConnell as well as other GOP leaders present is asking people to inject Lysol into their lungs and nature saying that Joan of stage to go bankrupt it's a clear visible within twenty four hours of house Republicans reject science and reject governance yesterday the house passed a nearly five hundred billion dollar funding bill that includes hundreds of billions more for small business loans seventy five billion dollars for hospitals and twenty five billion dollars to pay for increased testing president trump is expected to sign it today Johns Hopkins University says its tally of coronavirus deaths from official government figures as reach fifty thousand in this country the EPA is telling people to only use disinfectants on surfaces and the food and drug administration is warning doctors against prescribing a malaria drug widely touted by the president the U. N. World Health Organization and national leaders from around the world all back a global effort to funded find a vaccine against the corona virus U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres excellent treatment about affordable safe effectively easy me administers and universally available for everyone everywhere missing from the mix the U. S. and China French president Emmanuel micronuclei were of that initiative says he hopes the fight against covert nineteen will help reconcile the world's top economies because no division takes place but it's about winning the battle this is a P. news the organizers of a year long science expedition to the arctic find a way to keep it going a leading institute proposal on the ocean research in Germany says the expedition ship all the potus stone will leave his position in the high arctic for three weeks next month the rendezvous with two vessels bringing fresh supplies and crew the move is necessary because travel restrictions imposed to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus make a plan we supplied by plane and ship from Norway impossible the one hundred fifty eight million dollar expedition set out last September to study the impact of global warming only arctic and improve the scientific models used to forecast climate change I'm Charles the last month after Yale and Harvard and other Ivy League schools turned down federal relief funds Duke University follow suit saying the funds could pose liabilities even if the money is passed on to its students I'm timid wire AP news corona virus update I'm Tim acquired with an A. P. news minute house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's pleased the house passed a nearly five hundred billion dollar aid package that includes hundreds of billions of dollars for small business loans she notes at the Johns Hopkins University tally of government figures from around the country has reached a somber milestone of fifty thousand deaths approaching nine hundred thousand diagnosed and also what twenty six million having lost their jobs staggering numbers in Geneva U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres calls for a global effort to find a vaccine for the corona virus I mean nineteen requires the most massive public health effort in history so far the effort includes the U. S. the World Health Organization a number of nations including France and various non governmental organizations including the bill and Melinda gates foundation I had to acquire thank.

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"twenty six million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on AP News

"Twenty six million Americans now out of work because of the coronavirus shut downs Congress has passed another relief package this one half a trillion dollars the size of the bill itself is notable a half trillion dollars but nearly overshadowing that reminders of the need lawmakers wearing masks and bandannas lending an eerie tone to the house chamber amid debate on helping businesses and hospitals cope with the viruses devastation we come to the floor with nearly fifty thousand deaths house speaker Nancy Pelosi lowered a white mask before speaking drawing praise from Oklahoma Republican Tom Cole thank you for setting that example madam speaker some GOP members blasted Democrats for holding up an initial version of small business aid Sager make ani Washington sources tell the Associated Press president trump and pres Georgia governor Bryan camp's aggressive plan to allow businesses to reopen Friday at least in private because in Thursday's briefing the president bashed the idea and called for more social distancing that's the order to in California where governor Gavin Newsom says a hundred fifteen people died Wednesday social distancing must continue let's not dream for grading and I just want to get encourage people to be safe stay home extent possible and practice physical distance New York governor Andrew Cuomo outrage that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would suggest that hard hit coronavirus states filed for bankruptcy rather than get federal aid to fifteen thousand people died in New York but they were predominantly Democrats at least seven people have died across the south with severe weather including tornadoes in parts of Louisiana Oklahoma and Texas a federal judge has blocked a California law requiring background checks to buy ammunition this is a APNews country singers died from covert nineteen but his windows facing conspiracy theories that the virus didn't kill Joe Diffie some social media users are claiming the Joe Divis death on March twenty ninth was due to lung cancer and that health and government officials are blaming it on covert nineteen to exaggerate the viruses threats Diffey had announced days before he had tested positive for the virus his wife tera says in a statement if he did not have long cancer and the conspiracy theories are false and hurtful the confusion appears to have come from an obituary for diffuse father also named Joe Diffie who died of cancer in twenty eighteen marches are a lot of this incident the Bengals have picked Joe burrow of LSU in their first pick in the NFL draft Wall Street closed virtually flat on Thursday after an early rally vanished I'm Jackie Quinn APNews news.

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"twenty six million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on AP News

"Twenty six million Americans now out of work because of the coronavirus shut downs Congress has passed another relief package this one half a trillion dollars the size of the bill itself is notable a half trillion dollars but nearly overshadowing that reminders of the need lawmakers wearing masks and bandannas lending an eerie tone to the house chamber amid debate on helping businesses and hospitals cope with the viruses devastation we come to the floor with nearly fifty thousand deaths house speaker Nancy Pelosi lowered a white mask before speaking drawing praise from Oklahoma Republican Tom Cole thank you for setting that example madam speaker some GOP members blasted Democrats for holding up an initial version of small business aid Sager make ani Washington sources tell the Associated Press president trump and pres Georgia governor Bryan camp's aggressive plan to allow businesses to reopen Friday at least in private because in Thursday's briefing the president bashed the idea and called for more social distancing that's the order to in California where governor Gavin Newsom says a hundred fifteen people died Wednesday social distancing must continue let's not dream for grading and I just want to get encourage people to be safe stay home extent possible and practice physical distance New York governor Andrew Cuomo outrage that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would suggest that hard hit coronavirus states filed for bankruptcy rather than get federal aid to fifteen thousand people died in New York but they were predominantly Democrats at least seven people have died across the south with severe weather including tornadoes in parts of Louisiana Oklahoma and Texas a federal judge has blocked a California law requiring background checks to buy ammunition this is a APNews country singers died from covert nineteen but his windows facing conspiracy theories that the virus didn't kill Joe Diffie some social media users are claiming the Joe devries death on March twenty ninth was due to lung cancer and that health and government officials are blaming it on covert nineteen to exaggerate the viruses threats Diffey had announced days before he had tested positive for the virus his wife tera says in a statement if he did not have long cancer and the conspiracy theories are false and hurtful the confusion appears to have come from an obituary for diffuse father also named Joe Diffie who died of cancer in twenty eighteen marches are a lot of this is that the Bengals have picked Joe burrow of LSU in their first pick in the NFL draft Wall Street closed virtually flat on Thursday after an early rally vanished I'm Jackie Quinn APNews news.

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"twenty six million" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Fox news on million will a record twenty six million Americans are now asking for jobless help after the most recent additions claims from last week four point four two seven million the estimate four point two million initial jobless claims I was looking at it from the economist Albert Morgan Stanley they believe now we are going to start to see gradual decline because only one in six Americans are have lost their jobs since mid March a massive corona virus relief bill up for an in person vote in the house small groups of lawmakers will go into the house chamber Massillon to vote on a four hundred eighty four billion dollar relief package Republican congressman Doug Collins is optimistic the bill which tops off the paycheck protection program will pass telling fox and friends will voted out today house speaker Nancy Pelosi tabled the measure allowing proxy voting after Republicans pushed back on the idea fox regional Sunderland America is listening to tell me sharing the criteria that will be used to decide how social distancing restrictions will be eased they include such things as having a decrease in new coronavirus cases over fourteen days and having sufficient personal protective equipment for health care workers and emergency responders once there met some restrictions will be lifted allowing restaurants and gyms to re open and letting some workers returned to their jobs a state senator is confirming that he his wife and four other members of his family of tested positive for covert nineteen Lupe contrary says he and his wife were now holed up in their bedroom and can only talk to their children through the door as a precaution I'm Donny G. K. N. S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk this report is sponsored by unbound dot org from the casino del sol the soul to sun traffic.

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"twenty six million" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Getting some additional ones with up to one hundred ninety more to follow at different locations today FEMA has obligated more than one point three million dollars billion dollars in federal support to the state of New York so we're spending a lot of money in New York it's a hot it's a hot bed there's no question about it and we're spending a lot of time ever to New York New Jersey spoke with governor Cuomo a lot spoke with governor Murphy how lot in New Jersey and wear a we're really getting the job done people are very impressed and I'm very impressed by the people and see what the people in the army corps of engineers because what they've done I've never seen anybody do anything like it in addition to the eight thousand one hundred ventilators that we've already delivered over the next forty eight hours we're delivering more than one thousand we're going four hundred ventilators going to Michigan very shortly three hundred going to New Jersey one hundred and fifty ventilators to Illinois one hundred fifty to Louisiana at fifty two Connecticut three men JJ's yes already delivered eleven point six million and ninety five respirators twenty six million surgical masks five point three million face shields four point four million surgical gowns and twenty two million to loves and I don't know if you just saw just came over the wires at four just announced just a little while ago that they will produce along with General Electric healthcare fifty thousand ventilators and they're gonna be doing it in less than one Hundred Days and top of that we have other companies that are doing ventilators including General Motors but we have nine other companies doing ventilators as we outpace what we need we're going to be sending up to Italy we're gonna be sending them to France we're gonna be sending them to Spain where they have tremendous problems and to other countries as we as we can but the fact that we're doing so many so quickly is a tribute to our great companies more than fourteen thousand National Guard members have been activated I can help supplement state and local efforts to distribute personal protective equipment where we're sending a lot we have plane loads coming in we have fifty one loads from various locations all around the world and they landing we had our first big cargo plane land this morning and we're getting it from all over the world and we're also sending things that we don't need to other parts I just spoke to the prime minister of Italy and we have additional capacity we have additional product that we don't need we're going to be sending approximately a hundred million dollars worth of of things of surgical and medical and hospital things to Italy and just separate was very very happy I will tell you that they have a very hard time joining us this afternoon are CEOs of the great American companies that are fulfilling their patriotic duty by producing or donating medical equipment to help meet our most urgent needs what they're doing is incredible enjoy great companies Darious dom Scheck of Honeywell you know that and Darius has been somebody that I've dealt with in the past and he's a great leader of a great company Debra Waller of jockey international a friend of mine Mike Lindell of MyPillow boy do you sell those pillows it's unbelievable what you do David Taylor of Procter and gamble and Greg Hayes of United technologies corporation and I just want to tell all of you that America is very grateful do you and what you've done an amazing job you've done and we thank you very much I'd like you to come up and say a couple words if you might about you companies might come on up come on up sell this place come on up you have to say what you're doing because it's been really incredible okay well my bill is a U. S. vertically integrated company which has been forced to adjust to the changing business environment as a result of a pandemic my bill is uniquely positioned as a U. S. company the function doesn't manufacture logistics management distributor and direct to consumer given our current business lines we are experiencing a fax of this pandemic first hand but my pillows down with your stab was an internal task force which is monitoring future needs of companies across the country as a result of this pandemic and given our position we began to research and develop new protocols to address the current and future needs of U. S. businesses across multiple sectors how companies are going to prepare themselves when they once again opened up and and changes to the current operations in order just to future threats and pandemics my bill is designated some of its call centre to help US companies navigate the many issues that resulted from this pandemic we've done it we've dedicated seventy five percent of my manufacturing to produce cotton face battles up to tell in three days I was up to ten thousand a day by Friday I want to.

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"twenty six million" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Within twenty six million miles of the sun using ten different instruments to create a comprehensive picture of our stars inner workings K. A. B. C. so cal weather partly cloudy this evening and tonight with lows in the upper forties to mid fifties tomorrow mostly cloudy with a chance of showers in the morning then showers likely in the afternoon with highs in the mid fifties to around sixty I'm Steve coming were on the news watch twenty four seven for you on a on seven ninety K. ABC Diaby when running a business H. R. issues can kill you wrongful termination suit minimum wage requirements labor regulations and HR manager salaries are not too cheap there seventy thousand dollars a year I'm Alan Jones founder and CEO of Bambi I created Bambi specifically for small business get a dedicated HR manager craft HR policy and maintain your compliance all for just ninety nine dollars a month seriously let's change HR from your biggest liability your biggest strength with Bambi dedicated HR manager is available by phone email or real time chat from onboarding determination we customize your policies to fit your business and help you manage your employees day today all for just ninety nine dollars a month period month to month no hidden fees cancel anytime go to Bambi dot com slash W. W. O. right now to schedule your free H. our audit that's B. and B. dot com slash W. W. O. spell bam to the V. E. dot com slash W. W. O. trading and investing with Ryan and Larry welcome back if you're just tuning in you miss Gregory that's right I said Gregory coastal areas out of last week as well got a man with me this week helping to carry.

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"twenty six million" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Organized teams of doctors nurses firefighters dog teams drone pilot you go into urgent impacted by war or natural disaster and they're working in in the Congo now dealing with the gender based violence basically rape and and maybe worse I don't know of a of women and girls in the Congo in a horrific long term conflict area in Africa all right so that I state that yeah pretty accurately so how big is the problem you said that there Congo's a a country fifty two million and fifty percent of the of the population is impacted you know we we produce a report after our assessment mission some thirty or forty pages and and in our small sampling and from what we gather there aren't a lot of statistics much more than half of the population of fifty two million are affected by gender based violence so that's twenty six million people to what extreme to every extreme from rape and so on to bias I mean it's it's a mutilation it's a pay it up FGM is not as big a tool for for controlling women in this country it is in other countries we travel but in this particular country the tool it is rape okay yeah so kidnapping kidnapping of high ransom targets like like western doctor sure not so much I mean it does happen but not so much you know it it against the Congolese yeah I mean for pretty much you know a woman's body should not be the battleground but that is part of the battleground in in the Congo and so it's dispensable it's not looked at it as a big deal but doctor I mean you're dealing dealing with the issue dealing with what you're going to a country to deal with and you just brought up you also have to deal with the security of of the people you're sending their absolutely I mean that's that's you know part of the course of of of mapping out what you're gonna do how you're going to do it if you had doctors kidnapped we have not you know we've worked in in war zones and we've unfortunately been in situations where our security was killed but we've been very fortunate knock wood that none of our team has been injured or a okay yeah you said one of the first things you have to do when you go into his own like this is to score it tell us about that well what I was speaking about Richard is that it to analyze and to sort of diagnose a mental health issue that relates to trauma there is a scoring system that that medical doctors use from the National Institute of health CD's right right so basically what it is is that there's a series of very extensive series of questions that are asked of the the victim of the gender based violence and it's you know it's quite specific how many times where in your body you know you know all of that and and the scoring system is assigned and then used to come up with a treatment plan and what we found was that many of the doctors in DRC we're dealing with you know health issues that were some out of size which that means is the women had stomach aches or headaches or migraines and actually they were treating those symptoms when actually those symptoms were caused by the gender based violence the women experience and so we work with the doctors to offer best practices and say well actually it's fine if you're treating the symptoms but let's get to the root cause and then help them look at the root cause and and score this square the problem in a way that can be then treated but you're talking about psychological exactly yeah causes the death because it caused any of yes I'm out of sight so that means that the stomachache isn't actually due to something else so you deal with that with wood I mean not therapy but anti depressants well now they've been there yet there's a number of ways you can deal with that right so you can you work in a holistic you know integrative health matter which includes trauma acupuncture very effective approved by the WHL I mean you know acupuncture is used for smoke sensation and you know here in the states but trom acupuncture you can certainly use pharmaceuticals you can create groups solidarity groups for women to talk about it the let it come out of their body and speak about and you know sure sure therapy are you there long enough to actually you know gauge results so this is it this is a very good question our organization is not yet well resource to place doctors full time or to train doctors what we've just done is built eight thirty person professional mental health team from some of the top universities the United States to provide telemedicine that is work remotely to train other mental health professionals but to be honest with you there's something like you know three three psychiatrists for every you know twenty thousand people there there is just not a focus on mental health so can you with the base population you're trying to deal with the twenty six million yes very low priority lately daunting yes very low so our goal is it is if it takes a village what we can do what we can do we can bring attention we can I can do a radio show and tell people Hey this is what's going on and we need resources we need your help in order to provide more western doctors to help train some of the Congolese doctors on how to find what's going on to create the solidarity workshops to have an ongoing program and to remotely monitor it with and teach with using telemedicine so okay I I would imagine your time is valuable talk to but can you stay for one more segment yeah for another ten twelve minutes yeah sure right there's a lot to talk about I mean this is these are big issues and I don't I don't want to short the doctor because you know he's trying to do is best but he needs resources and maybe some of you can help with the resources it'll come back with Dr Andrew let's take from global out reach doctors is twenty nine minutes.

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"twenty six million" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on KQED Radio

"South Korea has lodged a complaint with North Korea over recent military trails the move comes after the US military suspended joint exercises as a way to kickstart stole talks with Pyongyang Jason Strother in Seoul reports that the north has set a deadline for the resumption of dialogue south Korea's defense ministry says it's sent a protest message to Pyongyang via a military communication line spokeswoman choice on sue says the north violated an agreement not to hold exercises near the border north Korean media say ruler Kim Jong moon over Saul military firing maneuvers on a yellow sea island during the weekend and ordered soldiers to be prepared for combat can young has refused to return to denuclearization talks with the US even after Washington tried to calm tensions by canceling its own exercises with South Korea the camera GM has given the US until the end of the year to come up with a new offer and has implied that it could resume nuclear tests for NPR news I'm Jason Strother in Seoul I think Donald has agreed to pay a twenty six million dollar settlement over a years long legal battle with company cooks and cashiers in California and here's Serena cellucor pours the workers accused the company of underpaying them the class action lawsuit represents tens of thousands of McDonald's workers in California and dates back to twenty thirteen the lawsuit accused the company of structuring shifts in a way that denied workers overtime pay it also said McDonald's night workers timely breaks allowing them only at the start and the end of a shift workers also said the company required them to keep their uniforms clean and ironed in the smoking greasy work conditions but did not pay for it as part of the twenty six million dollars settlement McDonald's denied any wrongdoing in a statement the company said it was deeply committed to the fair treatment of all employees and continues to roll out additional training and resources on compliance with the wage and hour laws Lena so you NPR news on stock markets in Asia shares are mostly higher follow gains on Wall Street the Dow and at a hundred and ninety points this is NPR news from KQED news I mean a force in San Francisco is losing another corporate headquarters the online brokerage Charles Schwab which was founded in the city is buying its competitor Omaha based TD Ameritrade and moving the combined head office to Texas but twelve says most of the twelve hundred employees who are in San Francisco now we'll stay here Bloomberg news reporter John Gilson says that makes sense because many of them are intact jobs one of the reasons that Schwab has been able to fare so well in this industry is because they've always been on the leading edge of technology for financial services a lot of what Schwab is trying to do is streamline and make more efficient their consumer fronting applications and a lot of that is being done out of San Francisco the deal will create a company with about five trillion dollars in assets San Francisco court issued a decision today that clears the way for a new navigation center for the homeless to open on the Embarcadero the city had its plans to build the two hundred bed shelter on the waterfront held up for months by litigation from the group safe Embarcadero for all which was concerned about negative impact on the neighborhood an attorney for the group says they're disappointed in the judge's decision and will evaluate their legal options near London breed said in a.

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"twenty six million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Out one of the good very on the show that damned one of them on the Friday the concert he could make it he was flying in late whatever we put it off and then you know she set me off dollars Chandler's and I don't even know he was writing a book but they fed ex made a book way before he came out with us last week I read the book because I I know very I know what the age I know what the giants so I and I knew was mom and dad. and believe me you read this book. I did that as like the the ninety nine thing that I came away from he told the story how his dad was born his grandfather committed a ancestral rape. dear lord it was like reading Jerry west book about the physical abuse of his father and I'd interview Jerry for an hour and a half one night it wreckage in performance center that was really uncomfortable but they were very they're very was baring his soul here and there were a lot of things he talked about. any the right away in the early part of the book he talks about when Boetsch told image wanna chat he was not going to be on the playoff roster and you know Michael Irvin he it was one of our host years ago he got the place used to rotate Michael and been very very good friends and I heard all the stories of what was going on at that time with very in the twenty ten when the giants won. so but Barry Zito showed up he did not go away like other players and I mention it on help a gun and an angel had an injury and he said he couldn't fly but nobody saw him again he never came around to root for his team he wasn't there so privately and berries mind yes he was going through a personal hell and he described in the book and when we asked about it on Friday the juxtaposition of the ten championship verses the twelve ten was the lowest moment of his professional life he got this big contract he was the highest paid pitcher in baseball history when he got it and yet now he's not even good enough to make the playoffs rotation of the World Series in the playoffs you know it all he was completely off the roster net you Millie aiding could you imagine I Emily it he was so to have a thought where we are you know you got hope you guys don't win that is not uncommon it is not uncommon that's a common yes saying it and writing it so if Mike and Mike is the ultimate competitor and I heard him come out of him today but if I could I may even send this book to Mike if Mike read this book cover to cover. he would have a different opinion so do not judge Barry Zito on that one line in a two hundred forty three page autobiography where he opened up and exposed himself in a way few people would be ever comfortable doing based on just one idle thought that he had he did show up in ten he did not drop he walked in there every day and was humiliated that he wasn't on the playoff roster the hundred twenty six million dollar man he could have gone away and hid he didn't do that and I know we went through a personal hell and that was rock bottom in his life so I just and I I love and Kelly and we're friends I I'm sure she read the book but honestly John I read the book and I I'd be interviewed on the other day that was not significant to me to it the whole book is about where he was in that dark early stages of his career he talks about the relationship with his father how toxic it was I mean he really opened up in his way there was way more than a an athlete performing in professional sports he he opened up his soul soul again if you're gonna judge Barry Zito read the book if you still don't like read the book if you if you've not read the book I think it's unfair to ask anybody have a comment about one line in the book in the early chapters elicited bomb in London cambiar came BR FM severance Cisco these sports later just to reset it here is a my group of this morning a very zero saying that the look he was he was not openly but he was inside running against the giants in two thousand ten which by the way was on our show last Friday and said it's now become his most cherished rings of his rings because of the way he got through it what he's learned here's Mike this morning. well I do believe it's human nature. he makes these guys. we're driving in a wall for you when you were patient. were that were right there for you you know how can you root against him I don't care how. you are you get out there you want for your team and I think that's what is being ignored here I I I like so you know you cannot be such a likeable guy but I do still see what was the mayor of even saying that even if you sold out for one inning because your feelings were I don't understand I I don't get it I mean that's something you need to just kind of keep yourself it.

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"twenty six million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Country and in your state mark Mike last question what would you consider that a year this program if what would you consider to have to happen to be successful to call it a success well just getting the word out and getting people aware or K. I mean I think there's already been able to give back some money is is successful but we need to sign up as many people as possible because of the fact that you know there's probably I'd say eighteen to twenty six million people families they can use this card or one of our core we are one of our cards okay but with the golfing community this is no all almost everybody can use the card but you save some money or if they're if our price is the same as somebody else's if they use our card during your call so it's really hard to say no I don't put a quantitative dollar amount okay I've got to get this number in order to do this it's not going to be a long process you need people like you the promoter on a regular basis and I'll be more than happy to work with you folks in the young yeah I'm actually from the future to discuss that really more in depth stuff what is really going to take to make this work okay junior golf wins that's the key phrase right there W. W. W. dot R. X. dot golf to download the card or the app and then use it at your local pharmacy great idea might continued success.

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"twenty six million" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Power begets on base he's got an OPS above the fifty parts due to all the way check swing and it's spelled out into the pasas third base dugout let's say if I were pasas player right now instead of sitting in the dugout I would probably be spending the first few minutes of this game still in the clubhouse I'm right there with you they are blasting AC in there and it feels very good two to one on and rolled the second Chad daily Gera squats down gobbles it up there is out till Senate first and there's one out for Kyle hard to start the ball game well we had a minute let's set the defense for Pataki you just heard chatty like Arabic the plate second Mitch Moreland said first cheats and woody placed third through a lan is the shortstop left to right across the outfield Chris only making the started land Ortiz Hernandez and Casio isn't right field points and ten doing the catching for tile hearts earlier this week and that start you mention against local arts first pistol Louise Robert has swung on and found right at home plate no score top of the first Roberts the right hand hitting centerfielder a top ten prospect in the sport this is just his nineteen at the triple A. level and of course he's already homered five times a one swung on a note found again right at home plate I've only seen him now in five plate appearances a boy he comes up aggressively at the plate I think you might have found this one on his right knee was hobbled a little bad knees shaking and right leg out but he's gonna stick in there can imagine that's a pretty good he waits on the to here it is Jonas downstairs south of the knees Plano Roberts says that health is the primary reason he's had such an outstanding season becomes a one two excel pine it's battled injuries each of the previous two seasons since the white Sox signed Amanda Cuba at a twenty six million dollars signing bonus two two going on in this but it gets bicentennial toward the backstop centennial gets to it throws to first but not in time and Robert reaches on a dropped third strike so a punch out for heart but now baserunner with one out in a scoreless top of the first we saw that last night as well be it on the other side where Chad daily Gera struck out but reached got away this time Santana just couldn't hold on to it I was a bit slow in the zone and then it squirted Bicentenario to the backstop Santana just went out for a visit with hard so it brings up Daniel polka left hand heading right fielder we struggled so mightily up in the major leagues this year but has good numbers down a tripling looting sixteen home runs and an OPS of nine hundred left on left matcha card looks at first first pitch in for strike one with a cutter now Robert is a big threat to run he is three for three stealing bags at the triple a level but all combined at the three levels he's played at this year's got thirty two steals now time call no score top of the first inning hot night on the Saturday fans still filing into the ball park man it first part sat shoulder high the old one is up in a way boy how are totally cool though is Robert there with his leg kick came to the plate Robert thought he was coming to first so he lunch back to the base our town set Moroccan one one Robert takes out the pit swung on it popped up left side of the infield the third baseman Jansen whities under it he makes the catch shoulder high and there's two down product back the first as you mentioned Mike was off with the pitching you gotta figure a guy who was stolen as many bags as the season it with his speed he's gonna figure to go by that time Alka stopping it picks up the left side of the time it I think the night to try to put the pressure on here really to try to grab a lead game last night where neither team scored a run until the pasta acts got to in the bottom of the fifth inning pasas held on to win it for three brings up Matt school another left hand power back park throws to first and Roberts bank and added on no score we're in the top of the first two ounce Robert aboard for the clean up in school it's got twenty home runs this year first batch is going on a pop now behind the plate and Robert started a motion toward second base and then stayed put not sure if that was a bluff for again some indecision on how he's reading a left hand pitcher and heart so I will defer all be stealing questions to you Jim I think it better wheels and me probably cheese you still bags in your day a few one song on a grounded weekly pass them out toward second the shortstop to a land in the shift to picks it up cars out stolen first inning over get some peace running inside later on tonight from Jimbo scoreless stop the first for Kyle heart no score between a pasar Charlie with protected coming up for the first time with Mitch Moreland when we come back on the pasta acts radio network let me tell you a thing or two about the people who don't compromise they look at the zero Sir why because it's got all the flavor and 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"twenty six million" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"twenty six million" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Of stroke and heart attack on cognitive dysfunction before I was thirty. And I just said enough enough. I had worked out in our Nafeh days. Six days a week and cut back on my calories. Eight a low fat diet and still three hundred pounds at the end of eighteen months of that. And I felt out of control a little bit little bit hopeless and a moral failing may too much lettuce. And I just I'd simply in Silicon Valley in twenty six six million dollars co founder of a part of the company that held Google's first servers like my careers taken off. But my brain is not working and like, I'm good on some fronts complete train wreck on others. And I said, you know, I don't ever want it. I this is unacceptable. I'm not doing this. Again, I'm not going back to that. And I'm going to have this. And when my doctor told me vitamin c would kill me. I fired said, you're fired. You don't know who Linus Pauling who went to Nobel prizes in medicine studying vitamin C. And I walked out the door in the summer become a professional just like I am at making the Internetwork is that what is that would spark the launch of bulletproof coffee. Well, what sparked the watchable coffee was the beginning of that? I'd start running an anti-aging nonprofit group. But after I tapped out on all the western technologies said, you know, I'm still happy and healthier than I was awesome. Wait. But I'm gonna go learn meditation from the masters into bed. I'm gonna do the stuff that's not supposed to work like meditation. Like smart drugs things that actually improve your intelligence acupuncture, which was pretty crazy. If you go back twenty years ago known believed that worked in the west. And I said, you know, the worst happens it won't work, and I'll be out if you bucks, but maybe it's going to work. So I went to bed to learn meditation for the masters to remote, western Tibet, implicit Kailash, which is very famous in Buddhism Hinduism, and there's ten people in this whole mountain because it's way late in the winter ten degrees below zero eighteen thousand feet elevation a little bit. Bentley gives me a bowl yak butter tea, and in my brain feel better than had a long time. You've not has altered and I just remember that I came back to Silicon Valley. They started testing tease indifferent butters different coffees. And understanding why that affect was there just observation the first of the scientific method and then curiosity and then testing figuring out bulletproof coffee. We've raised sixty million dollars. We've done almost two hundred million cups of coffee, top-selling, a cold brew and whole foods. And it's pretty amazing. No, no. I I love it. I actually I've been to the I was a fan of bulletproof coffee before I came to Los Angeles. And I've actually been to your your shop down in and Santa Monica, and yeah, it's it's it's just incredible. How did you? I'm curious from a business perspective how you marketed and sold that. Because at the time, it was I I mean, even today a lot of people say, you're gonna put huge chunks of butter in your coffee. Are you a more on? And when I started doing it a couple of years ago. That's what people told me, how do you? How did you market that in a way that allowed you guys to have the kind of growth in the success that you've seen out of that brand? It says out it wasn't about marketing is efficacy. I went to business school at Wharton. One of the top business goes out there and wished to have a class where they taught us. It's cheaper to spend a dollar telling people that your stuff is good than it is making. Good and you should approve it with excel..

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"twenty six million" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"twenty six million" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Bolan is battling Alzheimer's disease safety Steve atwater, and John Lynch were also on the ballot. But did not get elected. Denver voters will decide in may whether to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms, a group has gathered enough signatures to put the question on. The ballot. Opponents of the idea include Geoff Hunt of the conservative think tank centennial institute. This is a serious problem Denver's quickly becoming the elicit drug capital of the world. I'm telling CBS four that if mushrooms are decriminalized proponents next step will be commercialization Rockies owner dick Montfort says he's glad to get star third baseman Nolan arenando under contract for the coming season. Montfort says negotiations were tough. But that it worked out we surmise what's going on in there. And they surmise what's going on on our sodas sit down man on man and go through it. Yeah. I think everybody when we left it was I think everybody's in good place, the Rockies and Nado agreeing to a twenty six million dollar deal for this season. If they don't agree on an extension are not a would become a free agent after the season next update at five thirty David KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety. Four one FM. Trust the metro looking extra delightful rights now, I twenty five I seventy two to five and two seventy wonderful in wide open and off highway federal Wadsworth, Sheridan and sixth. All at posted speeds couple of things that might slow.

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