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iPhone 12 sales for exceed demand expectations
"Checks in the supply chain show continuing strength for the iphone twelve line. Apple insider has had a peak at an investor note from cowan company after discounting claims of near-term trimming in builds. The peace says cowen has revised its iphone build estimate for the march twenty twenty one quarter upward for the fourth month in a row while commons estimate was fifty five million january that has risen by two million to fifty seven million units in the quarter. That represents a fifty four percent rise versus the same quarter a year ago. Then again we might want to take the year ago. Quarter and chuck it. Because that's when the planet started doing the covert way if you're wondering where the strength is it is straight down. The middle in cowan's estimation the firm says apple's added a million each to orders for iphone twelve and iphone twelve pro while things are expected to slow in the june quarter versus the current quarter. They'll still be last year. Count initial forecast of forty four million units in the quarter is up twenty six percent year on year. According to the peace counting company as a buy rating on apple shares the firm's price target on the shares is one hundred fifty three dollars
The iPhone sales trend is up
"In the supply chain show continuing strength for the iphone twelve line. Apple insider has had a peak at an investor note from cowan company after discounting claims of near-term trimming in builds. The peace says cowen has revised its iphone build estimate for the march twenty twenty one quarter upward for the fourth month in a row while commons estimate was fifty five million january that has risen by two million to fifty seven million units in the quarter. That represents a fifty four percent rise versus the same quarter a year ago. Then again we might want to take the year ago. Quarter and chuck it. Because that's when the planet started doing the covert way if you're wondering where the strength is it is straight down. The middle in cowan's estimation the firm says apple's added a million each to orders for iphone twelve and iphone twelve pro while things are expected to slow in the june quarter versus the current quarter. They'll still be last year. Count initial forecast of forty four million units in the quarter is up twenty six percent year on year. According to the peace counting company as a buy rating on apple shares the firm's price target on the shares is one hundred fifty three dollars
Zoom rides pandemic to another quarter of explosive growth
"We're going to begin with. I'll call this. I'll call the stock. The star of two thousand twenty zoomed video fourth quarter revenue was three hundred seventy percent higher than a year ago. And i suppose that next quarter is when the tough comps for zoom video will really start to kick in. But you know jim you look at the gross margins. I m video. They're going in the right directions and The stock was up ten eleven percent. Pre-market it's settled down from that but This is a great quarter. It's a great quarter in my notes. Here chris i not to be uncouth about it but i did say you know wrote basically down is there a bigger pandemic success story than zoom video in terms of markets. You know just taking taking an opportunity. And running with it i also love this little minor little factoid. But i love immensely on the conference call. Ceo eric one lead off the conference call by saying i am not a cat here. And that's a reference to the the lawyer with the unfortunate catch filter on him. So i thought that was pretty great. Yeah the quarter. What can you say q four revenues up like you said about three hundred. Seventy percent full year was up about three hundred. Twenty six percent to two point six five billion. They beat whatever expectations you want to assume the street which whatever they they are making a lot of cash they made a boat three hundred and seventy eight million of free cash flow cash. after all. You pay all your bills and all your cap backs the full year they were about one point. Four billion that's only twelvefold from the year before There's about four point two five four point. Three billion of cash on the balance sheet debt. Free balance sheet now. Two billion about is from capital raising in the quarter. The number of customers they added with more than ten employees was up. I think about four hundred and sixty five thousand four hundred fifty seven thousand for the quarter. That's nearly fivefold. There's more than sixteen hundred and forty customers contributing over one hundred thousand dollars per year in annual revenue. That's up about one hundred fifty percent the the dollar expansion rate for customers with more than ten employees. That's kind of the sweet spot. They're not interested in me individually talking to family over zoom but they're interested in institutions with more than ten employees. That's up more than one hundred thirty percent for the eleventh straight quarter so people who come onto zooms offerings come to zooms offerings. Stay and buy more. That's tremendously positive. All of this looks
Twitter Inc. stock rises Wednesday, outperforms market
"From the lego movie. Because we've got three stocks that are headed higher today and we're going to start with twitter. Shares of twitter up eight percents. Fourth quarter revenue was higher than expected. We can get into sort of guidance and where this company is going in two thousand twenty one and beyond but what did you think of the fourth quarter. What stood out to you. Yeah i mean. It was a really impressive fourth quarter. I'm sorry as always. There's some background noise. It's like the world when i'm recording. Something at to be loud behind me. So i'm sorry about that but like new york city that surprising that there would be back. There are always right next to my window but that the fourth quarter was really impressive. They're revenue was one point. Three billion up twenty twenty seven percent. It was actually Their highest ever in a quarter their global there was this broad-based recovery in advertising revenue their. Us revenue was up twenty four percent. They're international revenue was up thirty four percent. They're japan which is actually their second largest market. Their revenue was up twenty six percent to fourteen percent of total revenue and so that all kind of reminded the investors of twitter. How global this platform is jack. Dorsey made appointed statement without naming. Any names saying no. The platform is much larger than anyone topic or anyone account. Eighty percent of the audience is outside of the us. There are many accounts with over twenty five million followers so strengthen this quarter i think just reiterated to followers on twitter and people who are investors that such a global platform and that. It has a lot of room to grow in. It's going to keep growing hopefully and in terms of the stock performance. It's up it's up today. It's up over the past year about eighty percent. You and i were chatting Earlier today and when we were talking about twitter and one of the things i said was twitter just seems like one of those companies. That can't get on a hot streak. They really can't string together. Three or four or more Really great strong quarterly reports in a row. The performance over the past year sort of goes against you know what i just said. But how optimistic do you think. Shareholders should be about twenty twenty one. I think twitter is really interesting because we have seen you know a return with advertisers. You see that. Advertisers are choosing to spend money on ecommerce on social platforms. That's where they're going to get the best return on their advertising dollars and so. I think that we haven't really figured out where twitter is in how effective it is for advertisers and users. You know it's clear when you're on instagram. You could be shopping for clothes when you're on pinterest. You should could be shopping for home decor. I think it's hard for people to make a clear connection between people who are scrolling through politics twitter to know you know. What are you now buying. And so for an advertiser. What is the of being on this specific platform versus many other platforms. And i think you know that's what we need to keep looking for an understanding four when it comes to twitter as why do advertisers need to go to that platform and it's
Modern Oracles divination with Palmistry
"Welcome to kiss miss and mysteries. I'm your host kit chrome today as part of my month long investigation into modern oracle destination. I'm putting the art palm reading under the microscope for a closer look. Palm reading originated from ancient asia and is now popular fashionable worldwide as way of person's fate and personality by reading the lines shapes colors of a person's palm and fingers. Let's start with the question. Most often asked which hand you have read. It is believed that the right hand the dominant hand for most people represents now in the future and thus can be changed with time and experience while the left hand represents past and traits the person was born with thus it is more meaningful to take the right hand priority in palm reading though both hands for most people are pretty symmetrical few differences there but in respect to the right and left hand reading. Some say the right hand is for females while the left hand is for males for reading birth traits and then right hand for males and left hand for females for reading present and future. This is because the left hand side is associated with males and fatherhood and the right hand side of the body with females motherhood at least according to chinese traditions. But let's continue our examination palmistry with the current or most common practice. But exactly what does science have to say about palm brady. Americans continue to believe in spiritual phenomenon by the millions that according to a two thousand nine pew research center survey that found that twenty six percent of americans believe in spiritual energy and fifteen percent reports seeing a psychic in the past year but popularity doesn't equal validity. So what is the verdict from the scientific community. Cutting to the chase. They're is scientifically no evidence whatsoever to support the claims about palmistry. So says james. Herbert had psychology department interim provost at drexel university. The core claimed people make. Is that the patterns of the lines. So the palm relate to something about your personality and this can be useful as a way of assessing personality traits more useful in standard ways. Especially if we're lucky at introversion or extroversion alright. Why do people believe in palm reading. It's called the illusory correlation. The human brain is a pattern seeking oregon. We've all to look for patterns. The cost of seen a pattern. That isn't real as smaller than the cost of missing pattern. That is real. So false positives cost less than false negatives on a personal note during the mid nineteen seventies. I took a girlfriend to the renaissance fair held at the time in nevada. California near block forest. I was performing his sword fighting routine with life fencing master during one of my breaks. I escorted by gal to gypsy. Palm reader lay the twenty dollars on the table. Little round table in the middle of attempt. I sat in the corner. My girlfriend extended her right hand. Palm up across the table for the gypsy to read within moments the gypsy roll my girlfriend's fingers up and began to cry. She got up left returning the twenty dollars process three days later. My girlfriend was struck by a car and killed. Did the gypsy see this. Within days of the accident. I contacted the manager and planner of the fair and ask for the name of the palm reading gypsy. They said that she had folded her. Tent was no longer associated with the fair and that they have no information name address or phone number for her. I was told that many of the smaller booths paid one. Initial price didn't fill out any other information and that they often only stayed for a couple of days. It was odd that she had left after only half a day.
Morgan Stanley releases tech growth predictions
"Wednesday was a busy day for morgan stanley analyst. Katie huber hubert over at apple. Three dot oh philip. Elmer dewitt had two notes from the hugh land on his desk. The first predicts growth for the mac this quarter with an asterisk while the second and with a higher price target for apple shares. We'll start with the first one since she did. Computers are all rage right now in ways that surprise. Even huber d. She cites recent number from industry tracker. Id see that. Show-piece shipments ninety one point six million units last quarter that represents growth of twenty six percent year-over-year and beats her firm's own expectation by ten percent. While twenty six percent is significant it is not the phenomenal growth to which i was referring. According to her note hubert he predicts ninety percent p. c. growth for the current quarter. Though you kind of have to ball up such comparisons and toss them out for the march quarter of twenty twenty. We had just come off the holidays while they were starting to be concerned about corona virus the collective. We didn't actually stop going to the office until the middle of march even if we had all gone out and bought computers that day most of the quarter would have been spent not spending on laptops and desktops. And my saying you can ball up that ninety percent comparison and toss it out or put an asterisk beside it at the very least
The facial-recognition app Clearview sees a spike in use after Capitol attack.
"Facial recognition app clearview sees a spike in use after capital attack. The ceo of clearview on dat reported a twenty six percent increase in searches over. Its usual weekday volume. This is significant because unlike traditional facial recognition tools used by law enforcement that use databases containing government provided photos like driver's licenses and mugshots clearview relies instead on a database of more than three billion photos collected from social media networks and other public websites. The searches are being done largely by local police departments who are answering requests for assistance from the fbi. The usa facial recognition technologies remains contentious in many countries including the us.
Apple continues purging games from China App Store as it enforces new licensing requirements
"Cult of mac ran a piece last week. Saying apple kicks somewhere in the neighborhood of ninety. Four thousand games out of the app store in china in twenty twenty that is way over the twenty five thousand that kicked in two thousand nineteen according to a piece from the wall street journal cited by the cult quoting the report. The escalation comes as china. Works harder to clamp down on illegal content on mobile platforms. The journal says the larger number illustrates apples vulnerability to state pressure on its business. Sounds like a giant cluster. Thing to be honest earlier this month the p. says apple warned developers that it might delete other apps says well due to chinese regulations. That video games must be licensed prior to release that's reportedly top to do especially for foreign developers while the individual developers have been hit. Apple's bottom line has been as well according to estimates from the app intelligence firm center tower game revenue and china only grew fourteen percent this year. That's down from last year's growth. Twenty one percent and well below twenty twenty s global games revenue growth of twenty six percent that said fourteen percent growth still lead revenue of thirteen billion dollars according to the report
25k Christmas Bitcoin?
"I will get you back to the markets right now and we have say a bit of an interesting little progression when it comes to bitcoin. Of course we saw some pretty quick selling off. And i'll tell you what. I did find quite. I guess what is fascinating. This morning is also doing the scandal. Just before the scan sorry was that the market was down from its highs. Twelve hundred forty five dollars and it was like oh. I looked to where it was from the hamanaka jason. We've come with a thousand bucks but it didn't really look as a blip at all on the job it's not a big candy. Who really. it's not it wasn't wild. It was now to control So you have really really interesting to see how the market has changed much in such a short period of time. Of course what we've now got is last. Wakes cattle is a very big one. It's up twenty two point four seven percent. Now that's that's the biggest bullish candle that we have had Jays for a very long time. I'm enclosing up that far that i think that is the The largest single weekly candle grain a since backing limbs that Since back in one of the twenty twenty two point. Five three yeah. I really think that was the biggest candles since back. I'm trying to find them The twelfth of february two thousand eighteen the biggest closing margin there that was twenty eight point nine percent but this shot is looking something special. Now i'm truly through all time highs. We are well and truly through twenty thousand and we could well and truly go a lot higher and tight. That wrong downside. The that may saying she buy bitcoin. What i take it would. Would you take it as is that. I believe we will move higher in time. I also believe that. We'll get some vicious pullbacks This is up. This is a very very volatile market. So be prepared. It's those pullback settle for opportunity for us it is. of course the trendies up the trendy. Strong and i'm loving it. Twenty three thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. I want to say that again. Twenty three thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars for bitcoin. Now one point one four percent little candle on the day so fi easy extended could say pullback the next pool could lauren up to be absolutely wonderful trading opportunity and i will be keeping every close eye on that up two hundred and fifty dollars to die that cradles line on that sort of twelve and six day now. I'm just waiting to see what it does. I'd love to see a little bush candidate. But i'd love. I'd love tried on We currently at point seven percent six hundred and forty two dollars and ninety five cents loss. Wake look at did close up. Don't get me wrong but nothing. Bitcoin is percent on a theory. Yeah so it has had run prior. Obviously coming off of syrian data. You could board one dollar a start at one hundred dollars in a little bit lower. Didn't know what was ally they. Id four dollars thirty two. You could buy which just seems. I mean not i mean you very likely attacks within twelve months old Theory that's a deal so just just amazing to say it is still strong your own the weekly just not having that same gusto as bitcoin. Six hundred and forty three dollars. Rotten now ex up as fifty six point four cents up one point seven percent couple of big guys loss weight twenty percent and what currently. It's a bit of a dead dog machado. Unlock it really. That much loss wakes kennel declaw fight. Sent a pretty wild ryan range on exa play from the heart of the lilama. Just take you through what that is from the high to the low thirty three percent while very well die at one point five percents dight. Bitcoin cash right now is up. Six point eight percent and really has said goodbye to that To seven eight literally waiting for traits all of within this trend. There's been a couple of opportunities for which i did not manage to capture. I was busy fraud afternoon. Trying to get myself on a new flight and then saturday flying and yesterday while i was cropping nas moves going on We'll tell you that as far as training opportunities on bitcoin cash right now don't really see it. Last week was a very big wake for bitcoin. Cash up twenty six percent as well so it's starting to get his legs back site move quite well. Three hundred and seventy two dollars. Ninety five is what we are at right now. Like point cracking wake last week. Two hundred and a hundred and fourteen dollars forte down half a percent today. Lost weight closed up nearly forty percent. The biggest mover in the talk ten. I'm writing a pool bucks on whiting pullbacks on on the high timeframe looking at the elliott Looking at the twelve. That sort of thing. It's not there yet. There's nothing that four am want. Give us something later on but having to be patient. One hundred fourteen dollars end now. Twenty five cents ten point four percent af three dollars and twenty three cents still very slow Yesterday was up two point. Seven five percents that i currently up three percent all starting to get a little momentum with the now
Why accessibility is having its moment in tech and Hollywood
"You took a look at how the issue accessibility has advanced this year. Time companies individuals and communities really begun embracing the need to be more diverse. What did you find. let's start with entertainment world. what did you find there. Yeah so the world of entertainment has been lagging because people with disabilities make up twenty six percent of the us adult population but there are only on screen less than three percent of the time. So there's already a huge issue there but slowly. It seems that. Hollywood is kind of waking up to this issue and we saw shows like romney on hulu start to you know that show has incorporated a disabled character from the start. Even disney channel's big city. Greens had american sign language representation so slowly shows are kind of starting to realize that. This is not a niche thing. This is something you can tell stories about people with disabilities that everyone will be interested in it. And so you see kind of more companies in more Movies on tv shows characters and also creators hind the scenes with disabilities. And what was the catalyst behind this. This dr there's obviously been a lot of a lot more recognition for the need for for beverage vote in more diverse look at portrayal of the world. But i don't know if there's any particular catalysts who point to the that's helped really sparked this change yet there definitely has been a lot of advocacy for s their groups like respectability which essentially works to make sure that they are diverse. In accurate portrayals of people with disabilities on screen. So they've kind of been constantly pushing for this but there's also a financial aspect to this as well so there was a twenty six twenty sixteen report by nielsen which said that consumers with disabilities in addition to their families friends and associates they make up a trillion dollar market segment. Trillion with a t. And so. that's that's massive and when you're hollywood You take note of that as does every industry and so you know when you realize the financial gain as well as the fact that this is just the right thing to do and people are becoming more vocal about it People will start to take notice. It takes time. But i think we're we're finally starting to get there yet so it's always interesting. How businesses framed this as an altruistic thing but really in the end it really takes money in a financial incentive to drive this. Come change right. Yeah absolutely i mean it. It's it's of the truth of our world but if something has financial gain than they are more likely to listen and so it becomes not only. This is the right thing to do but this is what smart for us to do as a company right so in terms of the organizations leading the charge. Here i mean if you could who are the folks that you've talked to. That have been really proactive about making sure. Accessibility community has a voice. And what are they saying about the progress being made yes. The the first one that i had mentioned was respectability which which honestly does incredible work with you know. They have labs where they allow creators with disabilities to kind of build up skills directing skills writing skills. Whatever it may be And also connections with people in the industry because connections are everything And so they're they're also starting to see that. This is something that is slowly starting to dawn on people in hollywood that okay. This is something that is necessary. This is not just a nice to have. This is needed. If you're going to represent america if you're going to represent the population of the world you have to include people with disabilities that includes not just people in roles that are portraying someone with a disability but just like a normal rule where somebody is a character that is part of the story like that that is necessary to notch. This token is character And then we also have the blacklist which has something called the disability list which it highlights on produced scripts that have at least one lead character with a disability. And so that's great as well and then there's also on the tech side of things or something called the tech disability project which essentially works to make sure that supports Yes ceo's and people who work in tech inhabit disability in kind of shines a light on people there as well
Uber sells self-driving cars unit to Aurora Innovation
"Uber selling. Its self driving car. Unit took competitor called aurora innovation as part of the deal uber will invest four hundred million dollars in aurora in exchange for a twenty six percent stake in the company. Uber ceo. dara khosrowshahi will also join aurora's board. 'cause was shot. He has been working to make uber. Profitable by the end of next year and the deal with aurora is the latest in a series of moves to scale back non-core businesses including winding down the company's product incubator and artificial intelligence lab
The best podcasts of 2020: Apple Podcasts unveil their shows of the year
"For the first time apple. Podcast is recognized a set of shows of the year. We have a full set from all major territories public. Radio dominates the winners including npr. For code switch. The bbc for the joe wicks podcast and in australia. The abc for the eleventh. You'll find it all linked from our show notes in our newsletter today apple podcast of also curated list of the biggest shows. Biggest new shows and editorial favorites. We have a list of those to your. Local list is also in apple podcasts. The number of podcast listeners. In italy is on the increase as new research from hip sauce. Thirty percent of sixteen to sixty year olds in the country. Now listen up from twenty six percent a year before. The data also says that fifteen percent of podcast listeners. This smart speakers the buzzes. Eric johnson. Formerly vox media has launched his own independent podcasting company johnson produced. Kara swisher recode decode. His new company called bumble cast and it'll offer consulting and produce original shows for the month of november bound sprout report that thirty two percent of their downloads into apple podcasts. The twenty five percent of download to spotify google third with two point six percent. The company tells us that after some tweaks to their algorithm this is a more accurate reflection of total downloads. Towel podcasts than previous data from the company. If you're missing. Joe rogan an exclusive. Show on spotify step forward. New website called spotty feed clever piece of code in which turns an exclusive spotify show into that. Rss feed fuse. Listen to on your normal podcast player. Yes the audio still comes from. Spotify service acosta's reiterated firmly believes in the open podcasting ecosystem ross adams. The ceo of the company highlights the importance of an open industry in a blog. Post today and a slow hand clap for music. Artists drum coon. Who's the author of an album on spotify deliberately built to stop google assistant from working properly. You'll see what we mean. If you follow the link from shaina it's send our newsletter today cared entertainment and peccadillo pictures present. American cody the unbelievable tale of a legendary day named elton kid. American kotei tells the story of a legendary man unlikely hero who crossed over a thousand migrants from mexico into the us. It's new today from westwood. One pagel pictures and imperative entertainments podcast division. And it might seem crazy. What i'm about to say but ferrall is launching his own podcast network other tone media is podcast other tone starts next week. I should make you happy
Men’s Nail Polish Is Taking Off—Why Now?
"Is men's nail polish taking off the wall street journal just posted an article This past week and they've predicted that men's nail polishes taking off. And why now really. I've tried nail polish once. But i never. I've never thought to myself saying. Oh i you know. I i really need to put a nail polish. Yeah well they say. The trend is trickling down from celebrities. That are wearing nail polish. Of course men wearing nail polish is not new In the seventies many rockstars Wearing yale polish. As well. And i just you know i'm a little well. I'm not skeptical. I'm sure more and more men are wearing l. polish. I'm sure but i actually used to work for a men's makeup brand and we launched nail polish for men. Beautiful colors and people did wear them. People did buy them but sure to very very very small niche market. And i think no matter what's happening to sales. I think it's a little strong to say. Men's nail polish is taking off. Well i did a little. I did do a bit of a snarky comment on twitter about this. Said you know if they they. They sell a hundred bottles this year. They're going to improve it by thousand percent or something i'm sure they sell more than that And it has plenty of men who are going to like nail polish. I just don't personally think like it's it's really going to like. It's there's never going to be a time when men wear nail polishes much as women. No and i think. That's where i i feel like the articles. A little misleading. This isn't actually the first time. I've seen immense nail polish article are quite a bit a few of them and yes i think. Younger people are more open to wearing the l. polish for sure but when you look at the whole scope of the nail industry and how much revenue is generated from it male. Specific nail polishes still going to be a very small very small fraction of that. Yeah well it's very interesting. I you know. I just always see these articles about the men's cosmetics taking off and i've been seeing those the same articles since ninety five and you just never never seems to live up to the heights in the articles. Maybe i live long enough where that changes but boy i still don't i still don't see it. I suppose i just imagined. Most men have the same sort of Lasi faire attitude about cosmetics. As i have. And that's probably completely mistaken. Yeah it'll be interesting to see what market share actually gets taken from this trend will say i mean. I can't even myself to put on shaving cream. To shave. Just saw your. You won't be the polish consumer. I thank god. I mean mr cosmetic chemists certainly won't be but you know i don't even see my nephews wear so we'll see. Maybe maybe we're wrong. We've been wrong before. Not offense sometimes certainly about trends. Would you read this week. I stumbled on this article. Which is a review it was. It was published a survey published about ten years ago but it does not a subject that i'm interested in It's an old survey of toxicologists. Okay so just about ten years ago this survey of toxicologist who were members of the society of toxicology. I was just very surprised to learn that in this study of it was over. Like nine hundred toxicologists. Ten percent of the toxicologist said that they believe. Organic or natural products are inherently safer. I've never met a toxicologist that has not that. That's incredible i mean. Ten percent is pretty low. I mean so nine. Out of ten toxicologist say no. That's not true but there's really. There's that one toxic one out of ten toxicologists high. I i know exactly but you know it was even more was even more amazing to me. There was also a whopping twenty six percent who said they believed. Cosmetics pose a significant health risk.
The Latest: US sees new daily high for positive virus tests
"The number of people testing positive for Kopet nineteen has reached a new daily high in the U. S. data from Johns Hopkins University shows the number of confirmed cases soared to one hundred eighty four thousand five hundred fourteen on Friday and the seven day rolling average for a virus related deaths reported each day in the U. S. rose to one thousand forty seven on Friday that's up twenty six percent from what it had been two weeks earlier during that same two week period the positivity rate in the U. S. jumped from six point four two nine point six percent of fifty percent increase on my campus
DoorDash releases filing to go public
"Door dash has filed. Its s with the sec. Which of course is the first step in an ipo. They will be listing their shares on the new york stock exchange under the ticker symbol dash. Das h. and speaking of dash we're expecting there to be a dash of companies rushing to go public before the end of the year. We're expecting roadblocks wish affirm airbnb all to file within weeks but back to door dash. Ns one means we finally get to take a look at the underlying business in a debut in company. Jordache reported that they had one point nine billion dollars in revenue for the first nine months of twenty twenty on which they lost one hundred and forty nine million dollars compare that to revenue of only five hundred eighty seven million dollars a year ago and a loss of five hundred and thirty three million dollars. Coding alex willem in tech crunch door to ashes. A heavily backed company with crush base reporting that the food delivery giant has accessed around two point. Five billion dollars in capital during its life most recently in a four hundred million dollar around this june at the time doordash was valued at a towering sixteen billion dollars post money giving the company big valuation shoes to fill. When at prices it's ipo and begins to trade jordache has grown incredibly rapidly scaling. Its revenues from two hundred ninety one million dollars in two thousand eighteen to eight hundred eighty five million dollars in twenty thousand nine and more recently from five hundred eighty seven million dollars on the first nine months of twenty nine thousand nine to one point nine two billion dollars in the same period of twenty twenty that is two hundred and twenty six percent growth in two thousand twenty thus far these sort of expansion. That explains why door dash was able to attract so much capital at such high prices. How high quality is ashes revenue in the first. Three quarters of two thousand nineteen the company had gross margins of thirty nine point nine percent and in the same period of two thousand twenty the figure rose to fifty three point. One percent a huge improvement for the consumer consumable delivery confab. The result of door dashes epic growth and gross margin. Improvement has been radically improving profitability. The companies operating loss fell from four hundred. Seventy nine million dollars on the first nine months of twenty and nineteen to just one hundred and thirty one million dollars in the same period of twenty twenty door dashes net losses are slightly worse. Five hundred thirty three million and one hundred and forty nine million over the same timeframe respectively but again compared to the company's top line growth and revenue quality improvements are inconsequential. Jordache has around one point. Six billion dollars in cash and equivalents heading into the fourth quarter. Meaning that it has ample cash to fund itself sands an ipo. The company is there for going out because it thinks the time is ripe and quote. Yeah that's a bigger better business than. I certainly expected growing faster than i expected. But then maybe. I shouldn't be surprised because you know covid but also positively improving gross margins. Maybe they think they need to get out the door now before a vaccine actually shows up and maybe stalls their growth a bit
How Your Social Media Is Keeping You From Getting Hired
"So hiring managers are checking you out on social media. And I want to reveal to you some of the things that they are doing and things that they are looking at. So that you are aware. This is a great article from ladders. I contribute to ladder CY write a column from ladders on a monthly basis. Great. Great Great Resource for you the American worker survey of nearly a thousand people conducted by hosting website who is hosting this dot com found that nearly one in ten workers have already experienced their social media persona being used against them in the workplace. With more than half of the respondents reporting that they feared their online content. Could. Be. Used against them. Twenty two percent of respondents. Who are in a hiring position hiring others? Admitted to not hiring people based on their online content. Photos. Were at the top of employers concerned lists. Sixty six percent of managers admitting. That a photo. dissuaded. Them, from hiring. Someone. Followed by text posts sixty, five percent. Videos and audio recordings from the employees perspective. The most popular situation in which they've had online content you against them. was there discussion with peers such as friends forty, seven percent you said something to your friends Either in the workplace or somewhere else they do their homework and your friends is my kids like to say read it on me. Loose lips sink ships remember that old phrase. Anybody under the age of thirty s going, I have no idea what Kim's talk about. Thirty seven percent. A significant other. Their discussion with a significant other, and then with family members twenty, six percent. So. Again. I've hit that that trump pretty hard here. Careful what you say folks. Here's what people forgetting about. Just because a website becomes obsolete doesn't mean the content you've posted disappears. On personal devices such as laptops and cell phones sixty three percent of us. Reported never deleting photos the most popular spots. Here are some of yesterday's top social media sites that you still have inactive profiles on and maybe some stuff that doesn't put you in the best light my space sixty, nine percent photo bucket nine, percent blogger sixty, four, percent flicker sixty, three percents tumbler, fifty, nine percent. So. Here's the deal. The article goes on to say how to keep a clean I got news for you. Number One if you've done. said. And posted things you've done and said that are boneheaded or even just mildly questionable meaning your great grandmother. would she be slightly concerned about it? Would it bother her may current comfortable? That's a good rule of thumb. Remove it. And then don't do it again, remove it. And don't do it. Stop doing boneheaded things and posting things that if a potential employer saw, you would feel like. I don't want to see that. Don't explain it away stop doing clean it up.
Is NYC on its deathbed?
"Last month executives from more than one hundred and sixty of New York City's largest employers, banks, and law firms, sports, leagues, and Real Estate Developers sent a letter to the Mayor Bill De Blasio. They warned that his poor management of the pandemic was threatening long-term damage. There is widespread anxiety the wrote over public safety cleanliness and other quality of life issues that are contributing to deteriorating conditions in commercial districts and neighborhoods across the five boroughs. The five boroughs of New York. City to see you know are the Bronx Manhattan Brooklyn Queens and Staten Island. Also just so you know Bill de Blasio is Democrat who even before the pandemic was almost comically unpopular. We don't need to get into the details, but if you want to read up on him, just do a search for de Blasio that's DB L. A. S.. and. Then arrogant or hypocrite even schmuck. Considered this campaign ad from a fellow Democrat. The less bill de Blasio is the worst mayor in the history of new. York. City and that is. Rose. Congressman. You don't sound very happy about that. Blacks Rose Macau. Grossman now you and I happen to know each other a little bit through a family connection. My son, has worked on your campaign in in your office in DC. Do you saw me swear to not let that relationship influence this interview I solemnly swear rose represents new. York's eleventh district historically the only congressional district in the city, the votes Republican it includes all of Staten Island and parts of southern Brooklyn one of the highest rates of unionization of any district in America cops firemen. Teachers. Nurses. First. Responders Sanitation Workers, folks who we just recently started calling essential workers but quite frankly, they were always essential like every member of the House of Representatives rose is up for re election in. I don't care about politics my friend. Not Right now. On employment skyrocketing the economy in disarray people fearful further. Fearful. For their future of their families the time to be thinking about how to help people making government finally work again, people are so disgusted with their government that's on the left, the middle and the right. You recently said there is no reason that every single teacher in New York City should not be tested at least every other day as far as I know that's not even close to happening. It's not happening because a failure of leadership a failure of imagination nobody has confidence in this city right now there's no plan there's no solidarity. There's no resources with a system of pool testing with a system with New York City is acting almost as if it is a venture capitalist, it comes to figuring out the most innovative ways to beat the pandemic investing in them early on with private partnerships and then dramatically scaling them. There's no reason we couldn't be testing every single teacher every other day we asked Mayor de Blasio for an interview but he declined there are at least two reasons why in political circles de Blasio is considered particularly unskilled last year he spent a lot of time outside the city for president even though he had virtually no constituency. He's also managed to annoy the one person a New York City mayor can't afford to annoy the governor of New York Andrew Cuomo. New York mayors have a history of acting like the most powerful person in one of the most important cities in the world which to be honest it's not entirely inaccurate. A lot of the city's leverage runs through Albany the state capital what we need, and what this has not done is we need someone who's willing to exist in reality. Guess what if you want the city the prosper you need the governor. If you want the city to prosper, you shouldn't be at tagging housing them. You should be working with him but as Max rose season, the Basel Administration was failing New York long before covid hit in some ways the mayor and his administration took up a new form of laissez faire economics where they said well, we don't have to invest in the future of this city because people have to stay here, people will need to stay here. People will always come here and build their businesses. We don't have to do anything. Well, that's of course, not the case this is a competitive country and it is a competitive world. During the pandemic New York City's been competing with neighbors like New Jersey and Connecticut, and New York suburbs also Florida and Arizona in Nashville Austin those at least are a few of the places that some New Yorkers have fled to. But how many? The truth is no one really knows yet. Pre pandemic the city's population was eight point three million. The New York Times analyzing cell phone data from that four hundred, twenty thousand people had left the city between March and may most of them wealthier residents with a second home. But that measurement has an obvious limitation leaving the city with your cellphone doesn't mean you won't return especially if you own your home since right now is not the easiest time to sell a New York apartment. Here's another probably better metric since March, roughly two, hundred, fifty, thousand New Yorkers have filed with the post office to change their mailing address. That's about double the number from the same period last year. So that suggests roughly one hundred and twenty-five thousand higher than normal outflows that goes with a significant decline also hard to measure in the number of people moving into new. York. Still in a city of eight point, three million, this doesn't seem to qualify as a mass exodus. To. Get a slightly finer greened look at population outflow. We called up Nancy Wu I'm an economist at St Easy where I look at the trends about real estate and then create analyses to tell stories about the data street easy is listing service used by landlords and renters, buyers, and sellers and real estate agents. It manages a pretty impressive database. I have access to all of the market data on the sales and the rentals listings in the universe of real estate listings in New York, city and what has seen since the. So Manhattan rental inventory as of July there's been thirty seven thousand listings on the market that is a sixty five percent growth from last July and how about in say Queens and Queens you should now has two point, two, million people whereas Manhattan has only one point six, million in Queens there six, thousand, six, hundred listings on the market, and that's a twenty six percent increase from last July. So inventory grew everywhere when looking at the borough level but grew way more Manhattan. So that's some rental data. What about home sales in July? There's thirty seven percent fewer Manhattan. That went into contracts than in the same month last year there's largely been a fast forwarding of the natural attrition of the City so New Yorkers were planning on moving to the suburbs within one to two years are doing. So now instead so these New Yorkers are taking advantage of the low mortgage rates to move to the suburbs. So that's another hint that the outflow may not be as apocalyptic as some people think at least not yet that may be more of a one time acceleration of constant trend. Although of course, those outflows are usually countered by inflows will keep moving into New York. There are a lot of reasons to suspect not particularly in the short term, the city is diminished and it remains relatively expensive especially housing although that too is changing at least a bit in Manhattan rents fell by three percents year over year since last July that's the biggest decline we've seen since agree recession when rents fell ten percent but Wu says, we may be seeing only the beginning of this trend we do expect Manhattan rents could fall by more than ten percent because there's a lot of factors where the pandemic has more impact on rents than the great recession did. That may be especially true for two reasons. The first is that a recovery from pandemic is likely even more uncertain than recovery from a financial crash. The second is that the pandemic isn't done doing its damage on the economy just last week, we saw tens of thousands of new layoffs and furloughs announced by firms like Disney and united and American Airlines and even when jobs aren't based in New York City, there is a trickle down effect on the financial services and banking industries here on consulting and accounting firms on commercial real estate and the hospitality sector. A recent audit by the New York State Comptroller reported that over the next year between the third and a half of New York City's restaurants and bars may close permanently.
Bren Brown gets two Spotify exclusives
"Time everyone I'm Bernie Brown, and welcome to my new daily podcast on spotify spotify car cost has announced a new partnership with Brennan Brown. Current show unlocking also become a spotify exclusive from January to lead is another exclusive which launches next month. She's also collaborated on a yacht rock playlist. If you like Christopher Cross and Toto Africa that you'll love your brock NPR has released the NPR podcast reports containing data and case studies about the broadcasters PODCASTS podcast uses up twenty percent year on year downloads up twenty six percent can podcast from NPR public radio account for thirty two percent of time spent listening to podcast us. spotify testing listener polls. The features live on spot exclusive shows like the re watchable 's like video and sharing cards. It's another proprietary feature for spotify shows only had him. Curry's no agenda disappeared from spotify earlier this week I never submitted our feet Adam says last I checked it was not associated with my email or my account. After leaving spotify September nineteenth after to our rent on his show earlier, Joe Biden has announced the Joe but a network, the first non button show will be see the thing is hosted by Bridget Kelly. Mandy be Livia dope quote not what they'll say because I'm staying out a women's business lull says button. spotify has also launched your daily in the UK content in there from the time talksport in the evening standard, the BBC global and Bauer taking part later today the rain Digital Canada Twenty twenty summit is taking place. The event is online and free our editor James. Credentials. Moderating the opening session. Hey, that's me. It's at rain digital candidate twenty, twenty dot com if you want to go. The Australian podcast cost awards is giving you extra time to anti. You've now got until midday on. Monday. Blueberry has a fancy new website design, which is nice John. McTaggart's the president's and see of APM, is to step down. The company has been criticised recently for race and gender issues for target claims. His decision to step down is unrelated Pierre Remix of PODCAST radio station in the US is celebrating ten years on Air who knew during that time it said one thousand and eighteen audio creators. The first producer was Roman Mars and podcast movement virtual has announced Mark Cuban as a keynote speaker in conversation with the newsworthy is Erica Mandy. And Infocom News, the former host and producer of the ABC's in this podcast. Australia is now making at home with Brie away for kids across the country to connect. When life gives you. Parkinson's is back for a third season Larry gifts to his diagnosed three years ago hosts the show the season includes the collision of Covid nineteen and Parkinson's disease
"twenty six percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A revolution in how America operates even Democrats were not ready for that perhaps it was about stopping the trump revolution as CNN poll shows that sixty six percent of democratic voters thought Biden could best oppose trump twenty six percent for Sanders or maybe concerned over the corona virus revolution change things the same poll showed Biden could best handle a major crisis sixty five percent over Sanders at twenty three percent it turns out twenty twenty is not the year for a revolution I'm David Davenport the pepper dying graduate school of public policy preparing leaders in politics and policy learn more at public policy dot dot EDU the A. M. C. answer so what's your office understand what you'll hear from the president later on today just a few hours will be a declaration of a national emergency that should not make you panic anymore this is in fact the step you take so that your state has more resources available to and thing and that's the real point of this is is unleashing the full power of the federal government to help the states payer and deal with Kobe ninety this is not like because of it there are actually can be taken into this trap more travel restrictions and things like that so far the reporting about what the present one else has mostly been focused on the economic side of this yeah and I think the biggest thing that it does Jordan is it speeds up the delivery of the funding that is coming now some of the funding has already been appropriated the administration already has it more of it's coming through this bill that's gonna region in the house later today but by making this declaration Jordan what it does is it eliminates some of the bureaucratic hurdles that that funding has to go through so when you talk about sending testing to states you've you've got to have the funding to get the transportation there to to actually administered the testing this will speed up that process but I would just say this store and I I really do think it's important to mention this there needs to be pressure on Washington DC right now to stand together on this because look there was every bit as much justification for the national emergency declaration the president you are down at the southern border not that long ago that was viscerally opposed by large factions here in Washington DC Jordan that can't happen in this instance there can't be a delay and they they are they need to come together here in Washington DC and make this about combating the virus and not about playing politics we've already seen games Jordan those games need to end here yes I mean the fact that we're talking about abortion funding in the covert nineteen relief bill by the house of representatives just tells you the priorities of the Democrats let me just be clear Democrats blame them why Nancy Pelosi right now and remember that when you vote in November third member that when Joe Biden tries to cover for he's a guy who switched on the Hyde amendment but we don't need to be talking about the high limit right now we're talking the cove in nineteen yes it has nothing to do with the response to cove in nineteen and yet it's a close you want to make sure that there would be a billion dollars they could reimburse of these abortion providers in the labs where the clinics they pay for abortions I understand that so if you're looking for someone to blame about why there's been some delays by the the Congress Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats who worship at the altar of abortion they couldn't let a good disaster go to waste they had to try because they again abortion is their number one issue it is there it is a religion of the Democrat party as many of the candidates when they were asked is there room for them pro life Democrats the party most said no the one who said yes said sure I'll take their vote but I'm not gonna do anything about being you know pro life so I understand folks that they were willing to hold up the funding it's not just something clean through on what to do in response to cover nineteen because of abortion no they got caught by the administration they say they're going to take this out of the legislation but we haven't seen that draft yet and if it's come from Nancy Pelosi which will be the Democrats it'll have to be read that much more closely because she's tried to pull this now the house of delaying it yet again yeah you're gonna have to take the time to read it and that's why Frank Franklin Jordan even though I I'm I'm glad that the administration caught them I'm glad that secretary Mnuchin negotiated this I want to see the language and make sure that it's pulled out of there and again just to be crystal clear Jordan this was not an accident because if if they if this had been a regular supplemental bill it would have been subject to all the discretionary restrictions that always happen when money goes through other department of health and Human Services that includes the Hyde amendment Jordan they had to have specific language in there to make a billion dollars of this package circumvent that process and make it mandatory and I won't get into all the other problems that make it mandatory ugh comes with that music would probably never go away Jordan but the only reason you would do that is said that if he could be sent to the two boards are providers that were prohibited under hiding maybe she's gonna say Jordan that that's not the case today and that Republicans are actually trying to insert language there is no other reason that this provision would have been in there that that then then that she wanted to make this coronavirus a supplemental also about abortion folks we're gonna take your phone calls one hundred sixty four thirty one ten that's one eight hundred six eight four three one one zero again one hundred sixty four thirty one ten we're gonna update you too on what's going on with files as well because that is set to expire Sunday so again with the with Spicer the Ford telogen surveillance act provision set to expire on Sunday and the president who is not made a complete veto threat but is definitely given a nod to those that he might in fact veto if if if it comes to him in the form it is now because they're not enough safeguards in place to protect the civil liberties and the constitutional rights of Americans and when it comes to due process after the abuses that we've seen and the FISA court itself the Fiske has told us how the FBI DOJ have misused the so there's a again there's a it's it's interesting to me that you've got kind of widespread support for spying like this from Democrats we're supposed to be that you know the key on civil libertarians it's Republicans some of whom are saying the reforms just don't go far enough there are reforms here so we're just saying it's not enough and by the way the extension is pretty long extension we're going to twenty twenty three which means we can't predict who the present would be next time this comes around or who the Attorney General will be so you might like the current president the current attorney Joel trust them to do the right things but would you trust anyone else and that's how broadly you have to open this up because we have no idea who that interview will be come twenty twenty three we just don't know so again one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten now in the in the case that we're working on that actually involves abortion a victory no the sidewalk outside abortion clinic is not a pro life free speech so it's becoming more and more important pro life advocates understand their right to freedom of speech under the first amendment and the ACLJ was recently successful in securing the rights of our clients to engage women on the public property outside of abortion facilities in Charlotte North Carolina you know it's all about the willingness of our client and others like them to minister to women seeking an abortion and save lives and by the way this came through ACLJ dot org forward slash help the person emailed and said I think that out my rights are being violated and so they come to they were in contact with ACLJ attorney guess what their rights were being violated because over broad city got code and we have a victory parts of the city passed the subjective noise ordinance in June of twenty nineteen the ordinance created a hundred fifty foot noise buffer extending from healthcare facilities property lights make it unlawful to produce amplified sound or typically produce intensely because you produce or tipsy participate in producing any sound so unreasonably loud that because with volume obviously disturbs injures or endangers health or safety of patients of the so that there's no decibel gods to explain what levels that would be a reasonable they didn't tell you that and no other set standards for what the appropriate levels that would be so this would be again easy to enforce against anyone they felt like a fortune yes the lack of a clear standard for what constitutes quote unreasonably louder that what disturbs the patient that prevents individuals from going whether they're our speech which should be set free speech violates the ordinance well we took this to Charlotte and and we pointed out their flaws in their reason we can now report that after reaching out to the Charlotte city attorney we've gotten assurances and that any guarantee that our clients will not be in violation of the ordinance if they maintain a conversational tone inside the abortion clinic buffer zone they can retain that letter as the search the city will not prosecute him we ensured the rights of our clients and those like them to continue their can to follow their convictions as always the ACLJ will continue to fight for the constitutional rights of all U. S. this is including the abort that these these I get sneaky codes that are put in place it is our turkeys pointed out it came in three C. O. G. that affords less help we've got all the attorneys ray respond because people donate to the ACLJ support the work the ACLJ but it was a vague code doesn't tell you what is too loud doesn't tell you what's going to disturb someone and so now we've got the letter from the city attorney saying this is this is the case if you just do it like a conversational tone absolutely no problem and here's the letter you can you can keep with you so that you're not at any risk of being arrested and violated this code Jordan we see these a lot it's a good thing that this one was quickly resolved but here's the thing that always comes to mind we get these cases quickly wrapped up and that is how many of these codes are out there that we haven't been contacted about I mean we have to hear from people who are willing to fight against these when when clearly the law is on their side Jordan and we can help them bring about a quick resolution but it takes a partnership with the with the people whose rights are being violated so I would just encourage people out there if there's something like this do contact us I see if we can help but in this case Jordan I mean you know we were talking about a quick resolution we've had a couple of those this week it's always good to resolve them quickly rather than to have to go to court with over them and and litigate at length but Jordan then again when you have to do that we're ready to do that as well yeah we have the big victory Maryland this week again while we were on the air for life we had another victory for pro life speech seems to work on those life issues we're kind of from all angles this legislation cove in nineteen it was trying to put a provision to walk around the height of it we want you all remember who did that Nancy Pelosi Democrats remember that when you voted for that when you hear about Donald trump's been too slow to respond maybe it's because Democrats in these negotiations are trying to put funding to abortion in the Copa ninety response we have the victory Maryland so that their state constitution did not include the right to abortion now a big test get the book of worship seizure your victory for pro life speech support the work the ACLJ we've got a matching challenge right now at A. C. L. G. dot org double the impact your donation you were still a little behind in March we need your.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Declines of twenty six percent and higher officials say the largest decline, sulfur dioxide declined. By ninety six percent. They say it's due in large part to city and state heating oil regulations says turning partly sunny this afternoon, we'll reach a high of sixty two degrees for the city. And then the sun will start to go down. It'll be near seventy and parts of New Jersey, though, only fifty to fifty five in parts of Long Island and Connecticut. Low of forty nine tonight here in town, then tomorrow, cloudy, cooler with drizzle on occasion. A high of fifty six and Thursday, cloudy and mild with a couple of showers still a thunderstorm get up seventy one degrees here in town right now, fifty eight going down to forty nine in midtown wins. News time five seven well. Another phone scam making the rounds now. And this one has prompted a warning from the NYPD phone scam. Have been busy scaring people in ripping them off, according to community affairs teeth Nilda Hoffman, people calling falsely claiming that from the social security office. Oh from other local state federal agencies. There have been two hundred social security scam complaints since the beginning of the year up dramatically from three last year. Deputy inspector Jessica Corry says they'll tell you your social security number is been involved in fraud, and you need to pay to solve the problem. We've had wire transfers of over four hundred thousand dollars with one person another person forty nine thousand dollars. She says if anyone's asking you for money, hang up the phone. Juliet Papa tinted wins news save by the bell star Tiffany thesis. Stop by Kyle's corner today to give Kyle all.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is that because of democrats or republicans and the reason that's important if democrats are saying it's their number one thing to vote for then they're going to be motivated to vote against republicans right because they don't like what the republicans are if it's the number one issue for republicans and they're going to be motivated to vote for more republican so it might really impact the election so what did the poll show it showed this twenty six percent of registered republicans cited immigration as they are most important issue that's up fourteen percentage points from june wow only seven percent of democrats say immigration is their top concern thinking about that twenty six percent of republicans say their top concern and they like what trump is doing seven percent of democrats say it's their top concern and they don't like what trump is doing that this this may really end up hurting democrats remember how the media oh man never aggression issues really gonna hurt republicans it's it's really going to that's not what looks like right now especially if you have democrats coming out saying they want to abolish ice and they want to get rid of borders nobody's saying negra oh yeah they are there was a you know all these abolish ice and occupy movements around the country the one in new york there are people out there chanting no borders no nations this is what they want and the vast majority of america even a majority of democrats are not saying they want to abolish ice and of course what they really mean is abolish all the borders there's a great piece from the hill were they say you know the push to abolish ice is the growth of the growing belief in the left that no illegal aliens should ever be deported unless they've been convicted of a non immigration crime but this view actually predates the democrats latest socialist sweetheart represent representative nancy pelosi democrat california said back in two thousand thirteen quote our view of the lawyers if somebody is here without sufficient documentation that is not reason for deportation you hear that from nancy pelosi five years ago our view of the law is if somebody is here without sufficient documentation that is not reason for deportation so what she's really saying she doesn't want the law enforce i mean so of course that's what they've been saying for years now they just have people who are openly admitting they want no borders so you're telling me if somebody comes to this country legally with a visa overstays their visa never leaves they shouldn't be deported that's right if somebody sneaks crossed the border and doesn't get caught and they're here and they're hanging out here they should never be deported as right so if we ever catch somebody for whatever reason let's say they're working somewhere and they're not allowed to work you're legally because they're not supposed to be here legally they should not be deported that's right so basically you're saying don't enforce any of our immigration laws on no that's not what we mean yes it is and guess what the vast majority of the american people don't agree with that this is going to backfire on these democrats big time i mean i don't know how you can think it doesn't well it's a trap they're walking right into eight four four dig chad get you where the program eight four four dig chad and you are in did you see what hawaii is doing hawaii has now become the first state in the united states to ban sunscreen wait wait why why has lots of sun there are a lot of tourists they have people that need sunscreen well they're not banning all types of sunscreen i mean there are some you can still use but they're banning the kinda sunscreen that you use because the vast majority of all sunscreen has a couple of chemicals in it that hawaii says you shouldn't be able to use oxy ben zone and ogden knocks eight and i love how this is put by the accuweather staff writer amanda smit these chemicals are believed to harm coral reefs and other marine ecosystems they're believed.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Breakdown here but here's a second piece of data that maybe go helps me bolster my claim of what people could be talking about could be talking about twenty six percent of registered republicans cited immigration is the most important issue likely to determine their vote up a fourteen points from a similar poll at the beginning of june which means twelve percent said immigration was their most important issue and now it's twenty six does the democratic party really want republicans motivated on the idea of protecting the border a doubling a doubling i mean reuters didn't want to say it this way if it was twenty six twenty six now and it's fourteen points up that means it was twelve points before so it's more than double are now concerned about immigration is that gonna motivate republicans to the polls am i supposed to take from the polling i mean they didn't want to say it that way but that's what the numbers tell us i don't believe immigration is going to move people to the pulse but based on just this little bit of reuters if i were to extrapolate this out and i start with the basic question of how are people discussing this at their kitchen table trump's terrible we can't vote for him or we can't support him or trump might be wrong but we got to do something about illegal immigration because if it's the second i am bolstered by the fact that more republicans more than double the republicans now have this is their front and center issue what if that translates to man i wasn't feeling it in this midterm but i got you something about immigration i can't let democrats have this democrats believe in open borders i can't have any of this i mean they have these rallies these keep families together rallies and they say no family separation then no family detention and then no zero tolerance policy that's advocating for open borders just because you won't come out and say it doesn't mean that we can't understand it and i'm not gonna elect these people have open borders that's insane and i'll put my family at that kind of risk where do i vote some i gotta look online where's my polling place of doing it this midterm hot diggity let's get to work i think the numbers could say that i mean if you believe in pulse but i don't think people should look at this and say trump's in trouble now i'm looking at the numbers and if if we were to believe the poll i think that this is the worst a problem for for progressives who think that this is an election issue it's not taxes are they didn't vote for tax cuts hey ari castle in for brian baker what's been overheard overheard i'm ari castle this is what's been overheard july sixth on tony cats today the anticipation is wrapping up for president trump's expected monday announcement for his supreme court nominee yesterday he met with four of the potential candidates those four potentials are amy conybeare to the seventh circuit court of appeals judge brett cabot up of the dc circuit court of appeals judge raymond catholic of the six circuit and the par also of the six circuit we're all here yesterday in the oval office yesterday speaking with the dutch prime minister the president said he will meet with two or three more candidates before making his decision certainly he is moving at full speed to have his nominee in place for that monday evening announcement the thing that all four of those candidates have in common is that the democrats will refuse to confirm any of them chuck schumer is more concerned about upsetting his base than he is about doing his job maybe chuck schumer should come out and say listen all these dirty politics have gone far enough we're not going to obstruct this any further we're going to do our jobs confirm this person based on their qualifications not based on who nominated them up your dream oh sorry while i was dreaming of a time where politics was a nice place up next we're headed to maryland where there could be a tuberculosis outbreak asthma crews directly to an internal bridge between to cancer research buildings there was a small tube that contained a frozen sample and it was dropped and the lid came off while the sample was still frozen inside according to johns hopkins medicine officials the amount of frozen turkey lotus released was the.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on WWL
"Song for the eagles on the border and that's what we're talking about the southern border not the northern border and i think there's little doubt that there is this intense fear of mexican central american south american immigrants over many of the other immigrants that do come to this country also the the numbers are more massive from mexico and so maybe the size of that group coming in is is part of the fear which i understand i mean we look our country's broke i mean our country's broke but look there are a lot of people in washington in the white house and on the president's cabinet that are taking advantage of the system i mean it's it's pro but you've got millionaires and billionaires ripping off taxpayers by using this jet for this or doing this for that or buying this you know so i mean it's kind of a joke if they want to find the money for something they find the money for it but this is going to continue to be a very controversial issue in anytime you evolve kids in the equation it's going to be controversial but my main point has been this afternoon that this is about politics and to some degree the democrats are playing politics as well by focusing on the kids that are that seemed to be the most affected by being removed from their parents but i remember being a kid and i was a kid as long as anybody in this country's ever been a kid and i remember literally clinging to my excuse me clinging to my parents if we were in a place where the surroundings were strange to me and i can't imagine somebody pulling me away from my parents i would freak out now i get it the parents should not have come here and cross the border illegally with their kids and the message that if you come here with your kids and you're not going to be prosecuted that is absolutely the wrong message but in the interim while we get this new message out there which we should do it just seems like we could handle this differently who do you blame more for the immigration problem seventy four percent say democrats twenty six percent say republicans gives your opinion at wwl dot com for mary h j welcome to the show how you doing i'm good i like to make a comment about this i'm just reading something here on this on a computer about a program that since two thousand eight united states has had a policy known as they alien transfer exit program at p or lateral repatriation is broken post focus on detaining male migrants of mexican descent and sometimes the separate did separate the families as it's doing now and i just thought i would bring to your attention because you're commenting pretty extensively about the situation that this is something that maybe it's been going on similarly for quite some time well there are a lot of different loopholes with with different laws and and for some reason that doesn't apply to what's happening now because department of homeland security secretary cures to nielsen tweeted out yesterday that we do not have a policy of separating families at the border period so that's an update from a cabinet member of the trump administration that we don't have that policy so it's a new policy it doesn't mean that things haven't been done in the past but this is a new effort and i believe is politically motivated i just thought i'd mention you appreciate you mentioning it if you've got a comment to six oh.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To buy it as much as twenty six percent of ca immobile and up to five percent of imo finance for around a billion dollars the two companies own office and retail properties in germany austria and eastern europe now another big corporate story this morning title has agreed to buy nearly seventy five percent of the french utility direct energy for forty two euros a share a total of one point four billion years the move as it activity and natural gas to totals cool oil business energies board has unanimously approved that transaction the agreement demonstrates really the increasing efforts of big oil to expand into utilities to prepare for future obscenity where fossil fuels are no longer dominant in the energy mix now let's welcome into the conversation everything to do with these markets it is any glitch 'cause she joins us now with the very latest on one of the individuals stories that were talking about this she joins us from our moscow bureau in regards the toyota in regards to the total story so here we are toetown during the what's the driver so it's actually very surprising deal too many of the analysts because i've been talking you know serving analysts this morning in pretty much every one of them says that they were really surprised at how quickly this deal came through and some of them had expected to tell to prefer organic growth as opposed to making a pretty significant acquisition like this but obviously m the market doesn't seem that surprise because the shares are little changed well direct energy is rallying like crazy plus thirty percents in paris today yeah indeed i'm nineteen all bbc for example total diet energy the synergies are quotes on claire they say the headline acquisition multiple looks quite high versus utility peers yes it does seem to be some skepticism having said that we we talk there about the need for for the big oil companies or perceived need for them to pass branch out so is this an early play for that absolutely free sample and canaccord alex books says he expects more and more deals like that you says oil majors are increasingly becoming gas.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"It surprised me that he has been he is not really been posted up at all you think there'd be chances for him to get switches for firm to drive i close as an and it hasn't helped that he hasn't been hitting the three ball hopefully they'll come around easily at twenty six percent from downtown he also heads of communication defensive of misuse late against brooklyn especially at baseline out of bounds plays where it's you make the polls were just tripping all over each other to allow brooklyn to get lapsley that came out or how the helder at ended up winning that game uh but i too would like to see more versatility premier decision and we've seen in his career when he's had a chance to do more than just be a spotup shooter that he's been more effective i think that that you can even argue helps his shooting to be more in rhythm it in the game it's was just waiting for the ball on the shooting it one thing that was really interesting i can't remember the last time this happened donte cunningham whose traded on thursday actually than played against them the next night or agosto saturday was that saturday outright because i was thinking like oh man yo you can't just like oh i rashad vaughn is physically didn't pass it but i guess they could plausibly do that because they've already waived so there's that that they really would've at any kind of plausible deniability off there would have been nights if they could have done that just not hamza faith a guy that just treated in any any help any helps the nuts i will file a correction i and i think i miss something in the search terms that lineup you you mention drew more miller mere tension davis they have played together fourteen minutes plus four point one net rating fueled by actually being very successful defensively but 14 minutes is a nothing sample yyou such good that he played it yes so we'll get to work moore said here lincoln's has played eighty seven minutes before we were critical the fact that he was even signed to begin with not to mention the fact that he's played and even started put eighty seven minutes highly void but outscored by 53 points in his eighty seven minutes so far so i would say that saw knows that is that a regular is that had stretching uttara.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Jarrett time to turns dave wilson bloomberg stocks columnist blogger at mlive go on the bloomberg also you can follow dave on twitter at the one dave and his email addresses d wilson at bloomberg dot net so you can sign up for his daily free email news letter dave wilson tells about the russell two thousand small mid cap stocks we got a little bit of a bid the russell up a little bit more than six points little bit i guess is the key for the second day in a row smaller companies are rising and not as much as their larger peers the russel 2000 up fourtenths of a percent today while the s p 500's higher by nine tenth of a percent the russel's biggest gain belongs to track who's ticker is t r and see the former tribune combination up twenty six percent trunk agreed the civil war centralist times and san diego uniontribune two billionaire patrick soon xiang for five hundred million dollars model land ticker mod and has advanced twenty three sent the provider of revenue management software posted an unexpected profit for its fiscal first quarter their advance bile pharma ticker t b p h has risen about eighteen and a half percent the drug valberg redo work with the use of johnson johnson on a treatment for inflammatory diseases the russel steep was dropped by far belongs to may come tecnology solutions ticker m t s i it's down about thirty two and a half percent the chipmakers providence sales for the fiscal first quarter trail in lowest average estimates of a bloomberg survey and extreme networks ticker t e x t r has fallen thirteen and a half percent fiscal secondquarter revenue at the maker of networking software was lower than projections thank you so much dave wilson bloomberg stocks columnist and blogger at mlive go oh on the bloomberg.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Join with god in his work to restore all things in jesus now i'm not saying give up your cell phone of facebook especially if you read breakpoint on them but i am saying don't let them deprive you of god's gift of sweet and in turn all the personal interaction productivity creativity and especially spiritual vitality that make us fully human as god intended for breakpoint i'm johnstone through the home god the thirty four minutes after the hour on the michael medved show so glad to be endorsed by the american people here there is a brand new cnn poll just released in this is cnn right nobody's going to accuse them of being biased in a pro republican direction you think a question american people who olds responsibility for government shutdown twentyone percent say president trump twenty six percent say gop in congress thirty one percent say democrats in congress 10 percent say all of them okay okay this is nantes looked this is not a political winner for anybody because what it shows is people are first of all their tilting more to blame the democrats in congress than the republicans in congress and that is appropriate because the republicans in congress trying to fix it democrats are trying to break it and then asca another fundamental policy question and here i also agree with the american people which is more important avoiding a shutdown are continuing daca thirty four percent say continuing daca fifty six percent say avoiding a shutdown i don't know if they gave people the alternative say both are important and frankly the republicans wanted to do both let me let me pay off what i said right before the break i said that i've gotten a fairly persistent question last twothree days and i wanna give an answer here a number of people are asking okay.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"There are projected to finish it with forty seven wins in a tie with the thunder right now at much ahead of teams like the pelicans it and the blazers with whom you mentioned they are tied it at the moment uh so they've been able to tread water i mean this is a team that you looked like a big favorite to make the playoffs the times last year and just does not really able to follow through on what that statistical resume in theory predicted four them i'm very interested to see what happens with them over the next two or three weeks you'll really going into the all star break you even before paul millsap returned than his reintegration obviously will be an interesting story line it as well part of why they have been able to hold up without nickel yokich for part of this time recently and then uh without millsap is the improvement from jamal murray you remember that he was awful the first month or so the year shooting the through ball was like under thirty percent while in his last fifteen games he is thirty eight out of eighty from three it's like 47 percent and in his first twenty games twenty six percent and he is is at forty seven percent basically in the fifteen games since then also has started to hit the long two in general this season forty percent that the lot better than it was last year his floater has been going down to the term tuna 45 percent and at the rim he was shooting an incredible percentage early that is dropped slightly but still solid for a garda at sixty three percent so he he's starting he's really right on track with with what those of us who are high in him were hoping for a a an defensively he looked may be better earlier in the year and diet when might blown and the nuggets were in about a week ago i asked him what he thought of murray's evolution defensively and here's what he had to say on that were the jamal murray right now in in his evolution events when a lesser the nineteen year old rookie not a lot of those guys to be effective on that end a house you can rely on on it.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast
"The iphone six launched that model in select international marks in the spring and and so cost costa's acute factor in countries like those for many of the people there and that's why the iphone six market as the affordable option and that's why we're seeing increased activation is there now apple clinked 44 percent at samsung rose five points to that twenty six percent which kept the small rivals at bay samsung israel eating apples lunch as much as its eating vivo and aapo and people like that not googles pixel phones didn't really make a whole lot of dent in are they they're they're cool therefore models and they haven't captured a whole lot of consumer mindshare according to flurry and they're measuring these mark device activation through the million mobile apps that use the unwed exservices that company price so they're apps out there collecting activation data and that's where they're get in this from it's it's the best ado get sometimes you know the the day do you have is worth more than that speculation this is one that the near to my heart is the idea of archiving things now you know that mike worsley and i both have collections of old computing stuff and mike although he's gotten rid of lot of that has written articles in the past about his home storage network where he's archived storage and data from years and years and years from his family said he's got everything preservation its have extracted the source code and some of the launch software for the predecessor mcintosh the apple lisa and the computer history museum is intending to make available after apple examines and releases for publication this is a unique situation because apple has really been released very few pieces of source code across it's huge history.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Around a which generally it's time to worry but to these predictions of another for a while we've seen really good moves in obtaining twenty six percent of the nasdaq this year just amazing wasn't all i haven't yesterday about the flight your current today what i did doing the is it still flailing sell you don't ignore it oh it is a little with let's not much today the reason i have not much happening on rates today other we are a little bit flavor so you know we're done below sixty two basis points on the 210 spread 10 yields up a little bit are down a little bit whatever so there is a lie you know it's been the story obviously a new bring it up because i always bring a right but today lose just not a whole lot of macro stuff it feels a little bit like some people may be already checking out for the thanksgiving week there's not a lot of corporate news not allowed the echo news there's not a lot in dc this week i must say i did camp high on my nine yeah it fails to me looking at the news flow today the you are not the only one two hundred that you talked about the bullish sentiment that we are hearing that i feel like overwhelmingly from a lot of folks on wall street yeah so as you said it it's something that can kind of make you nervous i mean people are definitely hedging as well he's still have people buying options on espy y things like that but it's definitely something that um you know it seems like there's a lot of optimism out there and actually on the yield curve morgan stanley's matthew horne by came out uh i think over the weekend saying that a flattening yield curve is like surging bitcoin so is saying that the best option is just to by the dips so just joke heap the trade running basically it's like you get these days that we give these phrases with rage were like this time the year about to break got no no this time to point four percent of the ten year or finally about to have higher law aids trump's elected higher end it just keep you know we've been having a.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Ticker fam is getting twenty six percent in a medicines ticker a m e d has added seventeen and a half percent electra scientific industry sicker esi hours up twenty seven percent the chip maker's third quarter earnings and sales beat us live now the russel steep it's acquire belongs to another chipmaker impinge ticker pi fits down almost thirty four percent profit for the third quarter trout projections and one more chipmaker for your can ticker km it's down twenty seven percent fiscal secondquarter results show they lower profit margins analysts expected thank you so much dave wilson bloomberg stocks editor continents to end up blogger at mlive go on the bloomberg dave i am very curious to hear what you have to say in the days and weeks ahead as we parts through the gop at tax plan right now i want head to the other big news of the day the next fed chair is most likely to be to roma powell who goes by j carl riccadonna bloomberg chief us economist joins us now to talk about who jay powell is and what he means for the fed so based on the market reaction it seems like it's just more of the same do you think the market is not pricing in something that distinguishes jay powell from at janet yellen i think there's some sense in the market sit he'll be a later handed on financial ah regulatory reform then share yellen has been given his private sector experience but that in terms of monetary policy i think it's going to be very much at the same playbook as both chair yellen and also her predecessor uh been burning key but given the duration of fed chair terms i think it's not unreasonable given how four we are into this economic cycle to assume that may be powell we'll have to preside over the next recession and so we have to have a good understanding of what his tool kit that's going to be in terms of unconventional policy because there's not much interest rate buffer in place at present and i'm not saying that extra session is happening anytime soon but you know when the next four or five years that's probably not the.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Most for real i can't believe this app why no it's the first time it's at bay with a question in which we gave you four choices what are you talking about what will we have a time we talk about vikings saints each received twenty six percent of the votes there's never ever happen legitimately is never happened and the jaguars 25 percent almost what's the question who is the most real yup build jaguars vikings in saint well it's very tight and you know what you're all saying that none of the more you don't believe that any of them are you saying there it's bragman thank you welcome should the football be discussed like an embryo respect the football care for the for football rapid in fluid in protective fluid fifty three percent of the audience said no do you know the origins of the phrase at clap back seventy six percent of the audience said no what are the origins is it indeed nelly just john rule oh that's a vine because we started earlier in the show also an understandable mistake now note of now different rapper i know they are different now lies in say they were anything other than to differ rappers what the hell is wrong with the raiders football or they are not for real sixty five percent of the audience said they are now for real was that sex fifteen percent of the audience said yes what did dan sound like aid shoot you train and how will having sex the pillsbury doboy having cigarettes he's having is i remove with a scalpel seventy one percent said the pillsbury dobo the vote max kelemen telling you to see.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The server that came out over the weekend the recent survey from jd power which everybody was talking about and you had people defending colin kaepernick saying you can't pay attention to these polling numbers but jd power a pro a protested at a poll on nfl games last year the poll consisted of ninety two hundred people who attended a football basketball or hockey game and ask them if they turned into fewer games and why pearl the poll twenty six percent of viewers cited the protest as the reason coming in second 24 percent said it was because of the league saw play image issues such as domestic abuse and general game delays such as penalties that's really interesting amid i don't understand why you put that into one classification why would you put off image of look the league offfield image it issues such as domestic abuse and general gained delay such as penalties and less for expediency sake the article from cbs sports is actually doing that just adding the numbers together well and is it the game delays of the is that the nature of the penalty in relation to how a player acts on the field and now the fianna assuming it's the the the general game delays such as penalties and uh and video replay which really is ticked off a lotta people because when you have some of those video replays to take in all four or five six minutes assistant peopled does i must seen it takes you off his just the you get people to just say i'm i'm tune into something else because remember the end this is something that i'm still not clear on with the nfl last year when they talked about an eight percent reduction was at an eight percent reduction in the the.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The server that came out over the weekend the recent survey from jd power which everybody was talking about in you had people defending colin kaepernick saying you can't pay attention to these polling numbers but a jd power a pro a protested at a pole uh on nfl games last year the poll consisted of ninety two hundred people who attended a football basketball hockey game and ask them if they turned into fewer games and why pearl the poll twenty six percent of viewers cited the protest as the reason coming in second 24 percent said it was because of the league's offplay image issues such as domestic abuse end general game delays such as penalties that's really interesting mean i i don't understand why you put that into one classification why would you put off image of look the league offfield image it issues such as domestic abuse and general game delay such as penalties and less for expediency sake the article from cbs sports is actually doing that just adding the numbers together well and is it the game delays of the is that the nature of the penalty in relation to how a player acts on the field and we know the non assuming it's the the the general game delays such as penalties and uh and video replay which really is ticked off a lotta people because when you have some of those video replays to take in a 456 minutes assistant peopled does i must seen it takes you off it's just the you get people to just say i'm i'm tune into something else because remember the and this is something that i'm still not clear on with the nfl last year when they talked about an eight percent reduction was that an eight percent reduction in uh the the.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on WCTC
"The server that came out over the weekend the recent survey from jd power which everybody was talking about in you had people defending colic apponaug saying you can't pay attention to these polling numbers but jd power a pro a pro tested at a poll on nfl games last year the poll consisted of ninety two hundred people who attended a football basketball or hockey game and ask them if they turned into fewer games and why pearl the poll twenty six percent of viewers cited the protest as the reason coming in second 24 percent said it was because of the league's offplay image issues such as domestic abuse and general game delays such as penalties that's really interesting i mean i i don't understand why you put that into one classification why would you put op image of look the league offfield field image issues such as domestic abuse and general game delay such as penalties and less for expediency sake the article from cbs sports is actually doing that just adding the numbers together well and is it the game delays of the is that the nature of the penalty in relation to how a player acts on the field and enough the on assuming it's the the the general game delays such as penalties and uh and video replay which really is ticked off a lot of people because when you have some of those video replays had take in all four five six minutes has just peopled does i must seen it takes you off it's just the you get people to just say i'm i'm tuning to something else because remember the and this is something that i'm still not clear on with the nfl last year when they talked about an eight percent reduction was at an eight percent reduction in uh the the.