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Is Your 401k Working for You?

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Is Your 401k Working for You?

"401k as a retirement account established by employers for employees. That's tied to the stock market if you're out of company that offers a 401k. You can make contributions before the money hits your paycheck and then your contribution is invested in an account with your name on it. They will get super excited about 401k's because sometimes the employer can make a matching contribution to your account which is like getting free money and any money. You contribute goes in before taxes. However don't think this money is tax free because you do have to pay tax when you take the money out if you take it out before your fifty nine and a half yes. That's really the number of the. Irs up with you have to pay penalty fees. 401k's do tend to be the most popular retirement plan. But that doesn't necessarily mean it's the best one for you. Remember trusting your employer with your money is trusting your employer with your money. Why not trust yourself instead. Most people don't even realize that 401k's aren't actually meant to be retirement accounts for your entire retirement. They're technically profit sharing accounts because they allow you to have one hundred percent of your money in your company's stock which you should never do hello worldcom tyco and ron lehman brothers folks. Maybe it's just me but the basic idea of having your retirement and your job. So closely linked seems wrong after all familiarity might breed contempt in family but it breeds blindness in business. If you put all your money in your company's stock and the company goes out of business your livelihood is doubly screwed now with losing your job and later with losing your retirement savings. Let me repeat 401k's aren't and were never intended to replace your entire income when you retire. It's just how we started using them once traditional pensions which are meant to replace your income when you retire started becoming less

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"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:41 min | 4 months ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The third company was WorldCom, which is another company. I'm going to have to cover at some future point. WorldCom had an offer for both H and R block. And a O. L world come offered to buy copy served from H and R. In exchange, WorldCom would give up some of its stock. That stock was seen as being more stable and more valuable than AOL stock. And H and R thought. Well, we can turn that around and sell it right away and Get the money we want. So the H and R Block board agreed to that term and copy serve was sold to WorldCom for $1.2 billion worth of WorldCom shares. Which H and R Block, then sold the very next day after this exchange between world combination our World Cup sold part of copy served to AOL. Specifically, it sold the information services, part of copies serve and it retained copy serves Network services business because that's the business that WorldCom isn't as a network technologies. In addition, AOL L sold to WorldCom its own Advanced network Services division. So WorldCom gets the network parts of copy. Serve at AOL. AOL gets copy Serves information systems divisions. World Cup gets a lot more of the market share for its business. AOL gets more dominant position for its business and H and R block can count a whole lot of money. Which is what I understand they're quite good at doing So pretty interesting. Plus, I mean, if you look at H and R block, they made a heck of a deal. They had paid $20 million for copy. Serve in 1980. Then, two decades later, they sell it for $1.2 billion and copy serve have been making profits in those years in between so incredible deal for H and R Block. They all had secured its place or so it seemed. It had eclipsed a former competitor, and it it even brought that company to hell. Sure, there were some copies serve customers who weren't crazy about the whole thing. But the future was bright. The rapid rise of the company was guaranteed to continue. Wasn't it? We'll find out in our next episode. If you guys have any suggestions for future episodes of tech stuff, whether it's a company, a technology person in Tech, Maybe there's just a moment in tech history. You would really like me to focus on Let me know. Send me an email..

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"worldcom" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

05:37 min | 10 months ago

"worldcom" Discussed on 7 Layers

"What are some security best practices that everyone should be utilizing so the answer. That question i think begins with where an organization thinks that it's threat. Surface is that is to say what are the things that we are most likely going to see. A result in a security breach and people are almost always the weakest link but unfortunately as vendors the security markets. Don't really poor job of handling that. Because we say that like. It's a statement implies. Some kind of punitive action. Your people are the weakest link so and then you beat them up with training or name and shame people who fail tasks so certain kinds Instead i think what you have to look at their say all right that that's probably just a given right make. Humans are susceptible to psychological pressure and an attackers know that and the pressure that they apply are fairly common things They're usually a urgent requests right so urgency in the business worldcom's because it's your boss saying they need to do something or something terrible is about to happen or something great is about to happen and you've got a bunch of stressed out people because of the way this year's gone and somebody says the metro boston angry. There think my god can't lose my job. What would happen in this economy. So they're going to suddenly stop thinking carefully about their next step and the the final piece of the puzzle the actual attack the malware. You download the fishing link. Click the important document. You open that. Religious gave reason password tune an attacker. The answer is not from a best practices perspective to try to re implement perimeter security controls in hardened against that attack is to say. Why was that attack possible. And regardless what you're talking about my lens is out of email security so i think about how you address email risk the thing that you need to recognize that none of the precursory steps the delivery of the phishing email the the potential down our does anything unless a human being false for it..

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"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Yeah, well expressed interest right away, saying we would very much like to take that off your hands and we'll make an offer, and they offered to purchase the company with shares of a ol stock. But the board rejected this offer. They didn't feel that a ol stock was valuable enough for this. To make sense. They would prefer tow either have Stocks that worm or Stable. More established, I guess is a good way of putting it then, eh? Oh, well, or they wanted to do it in cash A low could do it in cash. Then a third company came into the picture. The third company was WorldCom, which is another company. I'm gonna have to cover at some future point. WorldCom had an offer for both H and R block. And Jol WorldCom offered to buy copy. Serve from agent are in exchange, WorldCom would give up some of its stock. That stock was seen as being more stable and more valuable than a ol stock and agent are thought. Well, we can turn that around and sell it right away and Get the money we want. So the HR Block board agreed to that term and CompuServe was sold to world Cobb for $1.2 billion worth of WorldCom shares. J. H and R Block, then sold the very next day after this exchange between world Common age in our world comes sold part of CompuServe tol Specifically, it sold the information services part of CompuServe, and it retained copy serves Network services business because that's the business that WorldCom is in is a network technologies. In addition, a well sold to WorldCom, its own advanced network Services division, so WorldCom gets the network parts of copy serve and a O L. Yeah, well gets copy Serves information systems divisions. WorldCom gets a lot more of the market share for its business. A oil gets more dominant position for its business and agent R Block can count. Ah, whole lot of money. Which is what I understand they're quite good at doing So pretty interesting. Plus, I mean, if you look at Agent R block, they made a heck of a deal. They had paid $20 million for copy serving 1980. Then, two decades later, they sell it for $1.2 billion, and CompuServe had been making profits in those years in between so incredible deal for H and R Block. L will had secured its place or so it seemed. It had eclipsed a former competitors, and it'd even brought that company to hell. Sure, there were some CompuServe customers who weren't crazy about the whole thing. But the future was bright. The rapid rise of the company was guaranteed to continue. Wasn't it? We'll find out in our next episode. If you guys have any suggestions for future episodes of tech stuff, whether it's a company, a technology person in Tech, Maybe there's just a moment in tech history. You would really like me to focus.

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"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"In 1997, bolstered by a growing customer base and a solid performance in the stock market, A O L began to stretch out a bit and made a move on one of its major competitors, A company that had been around much longer than a o. L had it moved to acquire CompuServe. The two companies have been competing fiercely over customers for years. Sometimes one would offer special deals to lure people away from the other service than the other service would do the same, and I went back and forth, year over year over year. Between the two companies. Ale had the larger number of customers by far by 1998, which is when this acquisition would become final ale had around 11 Million subscribers and CompuServe was closer to 2.5 million. The acquisition was a little bit on the long and winding side. In other words, it got complicated, so let's explain, because it's one of those fascinating. Corporate maneuvers that as a person who loves tech and has a history in liberal arts education. This was new to me. So before the acquisition copy serve was part of a gin our block. The tax preparation company agent. Our block purchased CompuServe back in 1980 for like $20 million. By 1997 H and R Block was going through some major changes at the executive level. They were having realists use, which is a fascinating story in itself, and I can't really tell it on tech stuff because it doesn't really tie into tech. Maybe I'll tell it on the brink one day because I think it's a fascinating story anyway. They were going through some stuff. But it got complicated Facebook style. And so the board of directors for HR Block decided one of the things the company needed to dio in order to streamline stuff was divest itself of CompuServe. Jool expressed interest right away, saying We would very much like to take that off your hands and we'll make an offer and they offered to purchase the company with shares of oil stock. But the board rejected this offer. They didn't feel that l stock was valuable enough for this. To make sense. They would prefer toe either have Stocks that were Mohr Of stable more established, I guess is a good way of putting it then, eh? Well or they wanted to do it in cash. A lot could do it in cash. Then a third company came into the picture. The third company was WorldCom, which is another company. I'm going to have to cover at some future point. WorldCom had an offer for both agent our block. And Jool WorldCom offered to buy copy served from a Djinn are in exchange. WorldCom would give up some of its stock. That stock was seen as being more stable and more valuable than oil. Stock and agent are thought. Well, we could turn that around and sell it right away and Get the money we want. So the HR Block board agreed to that term and CompuServe was sold to WorldCom for $1.2 billion worth of WorldCom shares. Ohh in our block, then sold the very next day after this exchange between world common agent are WorldCom's sold part of CompuServe, tol Specifically, it sold the information services part of CompuServe, and it retained copy serves Network services business because that's the business that WorldCom isn't is a network technologies. In addition, a well sold toe WorldCom, its own advanced network Services division, so WorldCom gets the network parts of CompuServe and well L. L gets copy Serves information systems divisions. WorldCom gets a lot more of the market share for its business, eh? Well, gets more dominant position for its business and age in our block can count. Ah, whole lot of money. Which is what I understand they're quite good at doing So pretty interesting. Plus, I mean, if you look at agent our block, they made a heck of a deal. They had paid $20 million for CompuServe in 1980. Then, two decades later, they sell it for $1.2 billion, and CompuServe had been making profits in those years in between, so incredible deal for age in our block. Jool had secured its place or so it seemed. It had eclipsed a former competitors, and it even brought that company to hell. Sure, there were some CompuServe customers who weren't crazy about the whole thing. But the future was bright. The rapid rise of the company was guaranteed to continue. Wasn't it? We'll find out in our next episode. If you guys have any suggestions for future episodes of tech stuff, whether it's a company, a technology person in Tech, Maybe there's just a moment in tech history. You would really like me to focus on Let.

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"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And we'll make an offer and they offered to purchase the company with shares of oil stock. But the board rejected this offer. They didn't feel that oil stock was valuable enough for this. To make sense. They prefer toe either have Stocks that worm or Stable. More established, I guess is a good way of putting it then, eh, well, or they wanted to do it in cash A low could do it in cash. Then a third company came into the picture. The third company was WorldCom, which is another company. I'm going to have to cover at some future point. WorldCom had an offer for both agent our block. And Jool WorldCom offered to buy copy served from a Djinn are in exchange. WorldCom would give up some of its stock. That stock was seen as being more stable and more valuable than oil. Stock and agent are thought. Well, we could turn that around and sell it right away and Get the money we want. So the HR Block board agreed to that term and CompuServe was sold to WorldCom for $1.2 billion worth of WorldCom shares. Ohh in our block, then sold the very next day after this exchange between world common agent are WorldCom's sold part of copy Serve Tol. Specifically, it sold the information services part of CompuServe, and it retained copy serves Network services business because that's the business that WorldCom isn't is a network technologies. In addition, a well sold toe WorldCom, its own advanced network Services division, the WorldCom gets the network parts of CompuServe and Jool. Jll gets copy Serves information systems divisions. WorldCom gets a lot more of the market share for its business, eh? Well, gets more dominant position for its business and age in our block can count. Ah, whole lot of money. Which is what I understand they're quite good at doing So pretty interesting. Plus, I mean, if you look at agent our block, they made a heck of a deal. They had paid $20 million for CompuServe in 1980. Then, two decades later, they sell it for $1.2 billion, and CompuServe had been making profits in those years in between, so incredible deal for HR Block. Doyle had secured its place or so it seemed it had eclipsed a former competitors, and it even brought that company to hell. Sure, there were some CompuServe customers who weren't crazy about the whole thing. The future was bright. The rapid rise of the company was guaranteed to continue. Wasn't it? We'll find out in our next episode. If you guys have any suggestions for future episodes of tech stuff, whether it's a company, a technology person in Tech, Maybe there's just a moment in tech history. You would really like me to focus on Let me know. So.

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"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And we'll make an offer and they offered to purchase the company with shares of oil stock. But the board rejected this offer. They didn't feel that l stock was valuable enough for this. To make sense. They would prefer toe either have Stocks that worm or Stable. More established, I guess is a good way of putting it then, eh? Well, or they wanted to do it in cash A low, do it in cash. Then 1/3 company came into the picture. The third company was WorldCom, which is another company. I'm going to have to cover at some future point. WorldCom had an offer for both agent our block. And Jool WorldCom offered to buy copy served from agent are in exchange, WorldCom would give up some of its stock. That stock was seen as being more stable and more valuable than oil. Stock and agent are thought. Well, we could turn that around and sell it right away and Get the money we want. So the HR Block board agreed to that term and CompuServe was sold to WorldCom for $1.2 billion worth of WorldCom shares. Ohh in our block, then sold the very next day after this exchange between world common agent are WorldCom's sold part of CompuServe, tol Specifically, it's sold the information services part of CompuServe, and it retained copy serves Network services business because that's the business that WorldCom isn't is a network technologies. In addition, a well sold toe WorldCom, its own advanced network Services division, so WorldCom gets the network parts of CompuServe and L. Jll gets copy Serves information systems divisions. WorldCom gets a lot more of the market share for its business, eh? Well, gets more dominant position for its business and age in our block can count. Ah, whole lot of money. Which is what I understand they're quite good at doing So pretty interesting. Plus, I mean, if you look at agent our block, they made a heck of a deal. They had paid $20 million for CompuServe in 1980. Then, two decades later, they sell it for $1.2 billion CompuServe had been making profits in those years in between, so incredible deal for HR Block. Jool had secured its place or so it seemed. It had eclipsed a former competitors, and it even brought that company to hell. Sure, there were some CompuServe customers who weren't crazy about the whole thing. But the future was bright. The rapid rise of the company was guaranteed to continue. Wasn't it? We'll find out in our next episode. If you guys have any suggestions for future episodes of tech stuff, whether it's a company, a technology person in Tech, Maybe there's just a moment in tech history. You would really like me to focus on Let.

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"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And we'll make an offer and they offered to purchase the company with shares of oil stock. But the board rejected this offer. They didn't feel that l stock was valuable enough for this. To make sense. They would prefer toe either have Stocks that were Mohr Stable. More established, I guess is a good way of putting it then, eh? Well or they wanted to do it in cash. A lot could do it in cash. Then 1/3 company came into the picture. The third company was WorldCom, which is another company. I'm going to have to cover at some future point. WorldCom had an offer for both agent our block. And Jool WorldCom offered to buy copy served from a Djinn are in exchange. WorldCom would give up some of its stock. That stock was seen as being more stable and more valuable than oil. Stock and agent are thought. Well, we could turn that around and sell it right away and Get the money we want. So the HR Block board agreed to that term and CompuServe was sold to WorldCom for $1.2 billion worth of WorldCom shares. Ohh in our block, then sold the very next day after this exchange between world common agent are WorldCom's sold part of CompuServe, tol Specifically, it sold the information services part of CompuServe, and it retained copy serves Network services business because that's the business that WorldCom isn't is a network technologies..

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How to Stand Strong in Every Season of Life

Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

How to Stand Strong in Every Season of Life

"A baby when they first start walking. They prefer to hold onto something. And we're like that too, and that's okay in the beginning. You want props. You want people to help you and so every time you get in trouble you, you call somebody you know you need to be encouraged into. People always have to keep you propped up, but the time comes when God's GonNa. Kick all those props out from under you and you'RE GONNA have to face the enemy yourself and learn how to stand strong. And then be strong for other people. Well this man was still laying there, depending on everybody else. Everybody else always gets ahead of me well. You know what I think I think in thirty eight years. Even if I couldn't walk, I think I could have wiggled. Thirty eight years come on. Surely, he could've wiggled over to the edge of that pool in thirty eight years. And had this attitude next year. When that angel comes I'm going to be the first in this pool or I'm going to drown trying. You know what Jesus said to him. He didn't say oh. You poor guy. Oh Wow thirty eight years and nobody. Puts you in. And everybody always gets ahead of you. No wonder you're down in life. Why Jesus get up. Get up. In the Bible there's a big exclamation mark. And then he said clean up your bed and take it with you. I like that not only does God. Want us to get up wants to clean up our mess that we've made all those years that we were lying around the Muffin. Six. Says that versus twelve and thirteen our struggle is not against flesh and blood. But. It's against the rulers, the authorities the powers. Of this dark world, and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realm. So we're fighting a war where we're in a war, but it's spiritual war. It's not a natural war. How are how are you going? beat the devil up. You can't double up your fist and hit him. You can't choke him. You can't knock him down. We have to fight him spiritually. Bursts rt says therefore put on the full armor of God. So that win, the day of evil comes you. Don't wait until you're in trouble to put on the armor of God. You wear it all the time. And the armor that God gives us. It's spiritual on her. It's not like a suit of armor like a night would have worn. It is truth the Bible says. Tightened the belt of truth. When you're standing your ground, tighten the belt of truth that means hang onto the word of God like never before. When it seems like none of it's working for you. Hang onto it like never before. Don't let the enemy steal it from you. I love Romans Eight. where it says sometimes we looked like sheep being led to the slaughter, but right in the midst of all of these things we are more than conquerors. Got To remember that when you look like a sheep being led to the slaughter. Come on somebody in that place right now. You tell somebody you know. There's not a believer that you've got victory and they think he's lost your mind. Cause Today on. You looked like none of this is working. A man, and that's what the devil wants you to believe. None of those work and you're wasting your time. But that's when you tighten that belt of truth, and you say my breakthrough WorldCom God is faithful. It's righteousness. It's knowing who you are in Christ. The breastplate of righteousness it covers your heart. The shoes of peace. The helmet of salvation. If you're going to be a Christian learned, think like a Christian. Lifting up the shield of faith. Not Good enough just to drag it around with you when those fiery darts come you lift it up. That's what I did this morning. When the Devil said you're done, you're preaching. House is good as it used to be. In the spirit. Lifted up my shield of faith. Wire went right on studying. I tell you those things because I want you to know that. No matter how long you're welcome with God. The enemy is still going to try to lie to you. It may be fewer and further between but. I think about that and I think how amazing. After all these years, and all the thousands and thousands of sermons, that I'm preached, why in the world in the middle of my studying? What I hear something like that because Satan is a liar, and he always wants to make you now here this doubt yourself.

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"worldcom" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"A few probably more than a few this year, but I plan to be at know WorldCom in August and you know I tend to go to reader con in July up. Up in mass. Yeah, so, and that's one of my favorites, and then cap claves in October. are sort of like the ones that are on my standard rotation, and then there's the local ones like silicon, sure and others right now exchanging email with a couple of other conventions because I would like to go to some places I haven't been sure Get Out and know now that I am fulltime having that flexibility in my schedule. I, it would be nice to to get out and be different parts of the country. Has the audience changed since you've been going to conventions at the convention, each convention sort of has its own flavor. Yeah, some skew different directions than others and it, but it's one of the things I guess that has a lot of people. Concerned is not seeing enough younger fan, a lot of these and I do share that 'cause. There's occasions where you know I'm I'm fifty. Fifty so yeah when I feel like I'm one of the younger ones that that's a problem. Yeah, there there are are places that are doing better at that than others and and It's great to see that happening I'll do things as well to you know. Last year I went and spoke at a university. Their Science Fiction Club asked me to come and talk. That's. Another way for me to reach. Reach that audience or see and hear what what they have to say. Plus a lot of the authors I work with tend to be on the younger side of the spectrum. I think short fiction tends to favour newer authors in some ways especially when they start writing novels, the older authors move off right now. They have much less time for for the short story so. So it's a great place to see the churn in the industry, and to pick up on who the bright new talents are. Yeah, well I you know I have to say that would. Clark squirrelled and everything you're doing your you certainly are keeping the short fiction science fiction format live and promoting it and hopefully inspiring some new writers to to go in that direction so. I I mean there's not enough awards to give you for something like that. That's something that will impact a lot of people for years to come. Well. Thank you, it's. It's something I love doing and I feel very fortunate to be able to. To be still doing it now after all these years I mean when when I started doing this. People didn't give us a year and to be still going eleven years later. It's it's personally rewarding to to to to prove prove the wrong, but it's also great to be working with such an amazing and talented group of authors. From across the spectrum of you know international or young or older, or whatever way we worked with a wide variety of others, and and you know it's just a pleasure to be part of this field. That I started reading when I was ten years old I never thought I'd be making a living doing this. At the best part, isn't it? Had great well. Thank you so much your time and really congratulations on another volume and. We'll look for the next one to. All.

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"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Block decided one of the things the company needed to do in order to streamline stuff was divested itself of compu serve AOL expressed interest right away saying we would very much like to take that off your hands and we'll make an offer and they offered to purchase the company with shares of AOL stock but the board rejected this offer they didn't feel that AOL stock was valuable enough for this to make sense they would prefer to either have stocks that were more stable Maurer established I guess is a good way of putting it then AOL or they wanted to do it in cash a look do it cash but then a third company came into the picture the third company was worldcom which is another company I'm gonna have to cover at some future point Broadcom had an offer for both H. and R. block and AOL world com offered to buy copies Sir from H. and R. in exchange worldcom would give up some of its stock that stock was seen as being more stable and more valuable than AOL stock and H. and R. thought well we can turn that around and sell it right away and get the money we want so the H. and R. block board agreed to that term and compu serve was sold to worldcom for one point two billion dollars worth of worldcom shares which H. and R. block then sold the very next day after this exchange between world combination our world com sold part of compu serve to AOL specifically it's all.

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"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Block decided one of the things the company needed to do in order to streamline stuff was divested itself of compu serve AOL expressed interest right away saying we would very much like to take that off your hands and we'll make an offer and they offered to purchase the company with shares of AOL stock but the board rejected this offer they didn't feel that AOL stock was valuable enough for this to make sense they would prefer to either have stocks that were more stable Maurer established I guess is a good way of putting it then AOL or they wanted to do it in cash a look do it cash but then a third company came into the picture the third company was world com which is another company I'm gonna have to cover at some future point Broadcom had an offer for both H. and R. block and AOL world com offered to buy copies Sir from H. and R. in exchange worldcom would give up some of its stock that stock was seen as being more stable and more valuable than AOL stock and aged are thought well we can turn that around and sell it right away and get the money we want so the H. and R. block board agreed to that term and the compu serve was sold to worldcom for one point two billion dollars worth of worldcom shares which H. and R. block then sold the very next day after this exchange between world combination our world com sold.

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"worldcom" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"worldcom" Discussed on AP News

"The former worldcom CEO has been ordered freed from prison A. P.'s Mike roster reports he's dealing with some major medical issues on art ever is the former worldcom CEO who was convicted in one of the biggest corporate accounting scandals in US history has been ordered freed from prison for medical reasons U. S. district judge Valerie ECA prone he ordered the release a lawyer told the judge the seventy eight year old Evers weight had dropped from above two hundred pounds to one hundred forty seven pounds last week world com collapsed and went into bankruptcy in two thousand two following revelations of an eleven billion dollar accounting fraud Evers was sentenced to twenty five years in prison after being convicted on securities fraud and other charges I might cross the the affordable Care Act suffers a blow from a federal appeals court but I think he's my grass you reports for now the law will remain in place a panel of the fifty U. S. circuit court of appeals in New Orleans has upheld a lower court ruling that found the individual mandate part of obamacare unconstitutional in a two to one ruling the panel agreed with Texas based U. S. district judge Reid o'connor's twenty eighteen finding o'connor found the mandate requiring health insurance was rendered unconstitutional when Congress in twenty seventeen reduced attacks on people without insurance to zero the fifth circuit panel did not reach a decision all the rest of the Obama health care law I might cross yep the major networks all covered the impeachment vote but is the peer table at our our schools give real reports the way they covered it depended on how they view the historic proceedings the networks began coverage early in the day with the debates on the house floor even the lawmakers on both sides were simply rehashing the now familiar talking points Democrats saying that president trump's dealings with Ukraine merited impeachment while Republicans called at all a sham when the vote finally came C. N. N.'s Jake tapper appeared emotional saying that he felt the weight of the moment even though the outcome was all but certain meanwhile Tucker Carlson on fox's suggested that it was all part of what he called the democratic propaganda narrative Oscar wells Gabriel Washington submit wire seven Democrats running for president are debating in Los Angeles in.

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"worldcom" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"worldcom" Discussed on AP News

"The former worldcom CEO has been ordered freed from prison A. P.'s Mike roster reports he's dealing with some major medical issues on art ever is the former worldcom CEO who was convicted in one of the biggest corporate accounting scandals in US history has been ordered freed from prison for medical reasons U. S. district judge Valerie ECA prone he ordered the release a lawyer told the judge the seventy eight year old Evers weight had dropped from above two hundred pounds to one hundred forty seven pounds last week world com collapsed and went into bankruptcy in two thousand two following revelations of an eleven billion dollar accounting fraud Evers was sentenced to twenty five years in prison after being convicted on securities fraud and other charges I might cross the the Senate has passed a bill that cracks down on robo calls sending it to president trump desk for signature the AP's that Donnie reports passage comes just in time for Christmas the United States Senate is sending Americans a holiday gift Massachusetts Democrat ed Markey says these calls impact just about everyone we are calling you from investigation team of IRS in November alone an estimated five billion robo calls were made to Americans main points in this bill number one but that to cation phone companies would offer free call blocking apps and verify that the number calling you Israel to blocking more call blocking apps three enforcement the Federal Communications Commission would have more opportunities to find robo callers to stop the unwanted calls and Donahue Washington a seven day state of emergency is in effect for Australia's New South Wales because oppressive conditions have fanned around one hundred wild fires around two thousand firefighters are battling the blazes in.

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"worldcom" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"worldcom" Discussed on AP News

"With any journal mark of shame insisting there's no crime the president says he's confident the GOP led Senate will do the right thing get a quick him so close these leaving some doubt about the next steps Sager make ani wash gunman opened fire outside a mall in San Antonio Texas last night wounding four people witnesses say the three shooters then jumped into a car and took off we don't know yet what led to the shooting outside the South Park mall and there's no word yet from police on whether anybody's been arrested where is household income growing the most new data from the census bureau shows it's in tank and entertainment cities like Nashville Austin Texas and large chunks of the west coast today the house is expected to pass a bill that would implement terms of the United States Mexico Canada trade agreement this is ABC news the ailing former worldcom CEO is getting out of prison Bernard Ebbers the former worldcom CEO who was convicted in one of the biggest corporate accounting scandals in US history has been ordered freed from prison for medical reasons U. S. district judge Valerie ECA prone he ordered the release a lawyer told the judge the seventy eight year old Evers weight had dropped from above two hundred pounds to one hundred forty seven pounds last week world com collapsed and went into bankruptcy in two thousand two following revelations of an eleven billion dollar accounting fraud Evers was sentenced to twenty five years in prison after being convicted on securities fraud and other charges I Mike Rossio Toyotas got a new faster human shaped robot T. H. R. three it now has faster and smoother finger movement says Toyota it's as developing a robot that mirrors human movements may in the future I mean it would be able to for instance perform surgery read a folly AP news more news right after this.

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Ailing former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers freed from prison for medical reasons

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Ailing former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers freed from prison for medical reasons

"The ailing former worldcom CEO is getting out of prison Bernard Ebbers the former worldcom CEO who was convicted in one of the biggest corporate accounting scandals in US history has been ordered freed from prison for medical reasons U. S. district judge Valerie ECA prone he ordered the release a lawyer told the judge the seventy eight year old Evers weight had dropped from above two hundred pounds to one hundred forty seven pounds last week world com collapsed and went into bankruptcy in two thousand two following revelations of an eleven billion dollar accounting fraud Evers was sentenced to twenty five years in prison after being convicted on securities fraud and other

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"worldcom" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:28 min | 1 year ago

"worldcom" Discussed on AP News

"Bernard Ebbers the former worldcom CEO who was convicted in one of the biggest corporate accounting scandals in US history has been ordered freed from prison for medical reasons U. S. district judge Valerie ECA prone he ordered the release a lawyer told the judge the 78 year old Evers weight had dropped from above 200 pounds to 147 pounds last week world com collapsed and went into bankruptcy in 2002 following revelations of an $11000000000 accounting fraud Evers was sentenced to 25 years in prison after being convicted on securities fraud and other charges I might cross the

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Ailing former WorldCom CEO ordered freed from prison

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Ailing former WorldCom CEO ordered freed from prison

"Bernard Ebbers the former worldcom CEO who was convicted in one of the biggest corporate accounting scandals in US history has been ordered freed from prison for medical reasons U. S. district judge Valerie ECA prone he ordered the release a lawyer told the judge the seventy eight year old Evers weight had dropped from above two hundred pounds to one hundred forty seven pounds last week world com collapsed and went into bankruptcy in two thousand two following revelations of an eleven billion dollar accounting fraud Evers was sentenced to twenty five years in prison after being convicted on securities fraud and other charges I might cross the

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"worldcom" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Track. Really good is for Mario WorldCom gooky in at Vic the I like that. Condo before. He did those crap tracks from all the news Marlboros do not. So clarify that real quick. I liked the new survivor this gapes. The games are great yet odyssey. Not. No, no, no. Specifically new super Marlboro other news. They were trying to get the retro style back. That's right. New games. But at the same time there Claire weren't the. That's good. What the downside to those games? Was that for some reason Koji Kondo got to this vibe where he's? Okay. Meant to show for all the like. K? Everything's gotta go weird while. Could the first or second stage. And then I got very tired of it. And then I bought so rather too. And this is one of those kids where a game is really well designed didn't play through it because I didn't like the music enough to care. Okay. But so okay. This is also something strange. I was not expecting you to pick. Like a euro beat version of a song fry bonus round here to surprise usually here with the heavy metal. That's right tweak it up a bit. You're gonna like this one. Then is a heavy metal version mortgage car. Okay. This is from I can't believe I have not played this on the show. But I did I picked it for the jukebox because I this music is incredible. This is from the game tower of heaven, which is a flash game. It's a really really good flash. Capable. I can't believe this is a flash game and not butter. Cannot believe it's not butter. I can't not not believe is not. Now is this tower of heaven the game is composed by the artist flashy. Goodness. Believe is a Japanese composer. I'm not really sure really familiar. So this is an amazing. It's a fantastic game. It's really short. It's done in like, a GameBoy style. So it's it's really kinda old school looking. This is the I think the theme of the first states called the full moon, and this is the full moon remix. Luna ascension also remixed by flashy goodness. This is an as favorites. I hope you like it. Was

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Women to close out WrestleMania for first time

CBS Sports Radio

07:37 min | 2 years ago

Women to close out WrestleMania for first time

"WWE is going to make a little history with wrestlemainia this go around at outta MetLife. Big. It's a big deal. It's a huge deal for the first time ever. It's an all woman main event, it's a three way match, you know, with Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey, whose champion were raw women's champions around the rousing shallow flair and Becky Lynch does the freeway match. It would be the main event. Some would call it the final match while from us. Call the main event Seles match. Yeah. So. You know, some folks thought maybe Brock listener. And Seth Rollins will be the main event, it's not universal title. This is for the raw women's championship. And you know. It says a huge deal. This is great not just for the business. It's just for the restaurant business, but it's great for women's wrestling because women's wrestling over the past several years has come such a long way, not just from WWE other companies to and the women aren't just looked at as as it used to be years ago. When it just I candy, he's a legitimate athletes. These are legitimate performance legitimate WB superstars, and these three ladies Shala flare rows and Becky alleged. They're gonna tear it down. It's going to be great. It's going to be great. And to do it at MetLife. Another just we're wrestlemanias. Always at these big big stadiums. Just like the SuperBowl, isn't pack them. Okay. You're gonna have close to eighty thousand people. Okay. At wrestlemainia people from all over WorldCom. And that just makes me so proud like as a former wrestler, a former wrestling broadcaster. You know, how many years it's taken? But it's finally like I was saying during the break to you and Andrew bogusch. Not really awesome. How so many worldwide mainstream sports verticals in sports, broadcasts companies, and and worldwide entertainment companies supporting with w w pro wrestling does on their websites on TV just a little while move says, you know, you're going to have Roman reigns. And all ladies the ladies in the main advantages named ought to be a sports center on ESPN on TV. I mean, so and and they're going to be doing suffered ESPN they did stuff last year too. So I'm just saying I just so it's just so refreshing that it's the the entertainment value is respected by the sports world. And the athleticism is is respected by the bulk of the sports world. So, but this is a huge thing. I mean, this is huge. And it's it's happy for I don't be rude. I'm happy for Charlotte flair and Becky Lynch of these ladies they paid their dues a lot of years. Lot of skin in the game. A lot of. A years. Lots of years, okay before WWE, Rhonda Rousey, she's new to the game. She'd been paid dues and the wrestling business. Great great MMA. She's a UFC hall of Famer. She's a amazing grand champion judoka. Which is a a junior champion. So amazing athlete and she brings massive stop power. But I'm old school wrestling traditionalists, and those two other ladies paid a lot of dues flair and Lynch, but Ronda Rousey is helping draw draw the helps draw the main event, obviously because I'm a stop out. Yes, she does. But not as popular as the other two amongst wrestling fans. No rescue domino. You said and you're right. And the reason is because bring name power put the wrestling fan or fans of Becky Lynn me the reason is because of respect. Yeah. Because they know like I just said the wrestling fan knows that those ladies paid a lot of deuce and Rhonda hasn't. But that's not the main reason she she's her character, which is good. They have for doing this more out of health the fans and a bunch of nerds in their basement. She's going that route which is called cheap. It's easy to do that works. It's fine. So that's helping hurt that helps her as a heel as a bad guy dead girl, get that heat. But the fans also know when she talks on a Mike is just terrible is no juicy. There's no other way to put. She's yes. I'm sorry. She's great, and my disrespecting handing she's done athletically, or what she means in for the WWE attached. But I mean, I just look at I look at the other two is just better overall. When you put everything in place. I, you know, I look at them as better overall women rested. And I just want to say this to like anybody who thinks wrassling. I listen, you watch any stuff leading up to the smack just for example, what Shala flare Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey, go on YouTube goal. WBZ's website watch the physicality that's happening with these ladies. Yeah. Okay. Watchhouse fifties kicks and punches are that will watch. And so anybody who thinks any different is a dumb ass. It just doesn't stand and they have this archaic thinking, and it's it's sad because that's kind of like uncalled Alec. It's like wrestling's embraced now. It's it's sitting here on a national sports radio show. And we're talking about this. You'll have you'll have broadcasters here on CBS sports radio. Talk about wrestlemanias that leads to on WFAN here. Locally to know wherever you might anywhere anywhere. You live right, right. Talking about this. Because it like I said they're fixing to be on ESPN. Right. It's it's clearly it's clearly more mainstream and has got more mainstream as we've gone along here. And I, you know, put all that, you know, everything you said is true TASR. I just think you look at the growth of the women are the women's wrestler. The woman wrestler in professional wrestling is just remarkable. Because you mentioned in terms of now, I remember the days of sable, right? And not even not even go back where you know, you mentioned candy and everything was calling that stuff. You know that birthday. We'll see. So. So it's so significantly different the way that they're treated and appreciated now much significant. Yeah. And they've earned it. I mean, and they do a great job. I mean, we've interviewed you know, we interviewed Charlotte all week. That's right special winter, she was doing stuff a special, which is which the WWE designate job their outreach into the communities, and helping those that need it, and she talked about that. And and we know how big of a star Becky Lynch's and Ronda Rousey, she's got some work to do in terms of. I don't know if it's ever gonna get there with her on the Mike, but we know how great of a of a physical specimen. Well, then the thing is I do think like just a my opinion that I think they if if if if something McConnell McGregor happens would w w at wrestlemania guy the table set here, you get this main event here like we said earlier, I talked about this earlier. And I'll talk about more on my podcasts on the tashaun get deeper in the woods on the wrestling. But the thing is like you got you got one of the girls listing Becky Lynch and who's probably gonna win the championship. At wrestlemainia, and for those that don't know harmonica. Her name is she's the man so speculates as you know, Muslim. She's the man that's like the gimmick. And 'cause she's the man, but she's a woman. But it's it's just a gimmick. Right. But anyway, she's from Ireland. Okay. We know Conor McGregor is from Ireland. We know Rhonda rows economy McGregor offer ends. I could see something happened where I would strongly predict if f Conor McGregor gets involved. You know, and everybody's gonna hack this for me on this radio station. Just throw some credit over here to task. I would think that Conor McGregor helps Becky somehow some way maybe if he's involved win the match that'd be cool and win the championship. Because then they could go down the road where Rhonda's pissed at McGregor, and they could do something potentially further down the

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Alice Johnson embracing newfound freedom after two decades behind bars

24 Hour News

02:25 min | 3 years ago

Alice Johnson embracing newfound freedom after two decades behind bars

"Have to tell jet blue forty eight hours in advance if they'll be traveling with a support animal and they must accept liability if the animal hurts someone or damages property the liability clauses similar to one at united airlines and tougher than wording on american and delta forums unlike service animals such as guide dogs support animals need no special training israel isn't happy about argentina's decision to cancel worldcom's warmer maj israel was eagerly awaiting the sold out international friendly and the arrival of some of the world's best players argentina is one of the most popular national teams among israelis and fans had been scrambling to get a chance to see star lino messy in person but now some of the country's leaders accused messy and his teammates of caving to terrorism following pro palestinian protests the protest included images of argentina's white and sky blue stripe jesse stained with red paint resembling blood and threats to burn massey posters after that argentina's football federation announced it was skipping the event prime minister benjamin netanyahu code argentina's president and urged him to intervene but he didn't have any luck on wednesday israel sports ministry said a negotiation about the match was underway perhaps in hopes of salvaging it but gave no further details after her life sentence was commuted by president trump and she was released from federal prison alice marie johnson appeared on national tv johnson who sixty three and spent more than two decades behind bars in alabama on a drug conviction had her 'cause taken up by reality tv star kim kardashian johnson appeared thursday on nbc's today show we have connected she said that she felt something was she saw and hurt my story and i'm just so thankful for i can't explain it it's a miracle johnson says she'll now help others to get a second chance to try to magnify what has happened with me so that people will remember that there other people just like me who are non valid first time nonviolent offenders who pose no safety risk to their communities and having spent two decades behind bars she says she'll now truly appreciate her freedom i say that is going to be better because we are are going to appreciate every single moment that.

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"worldcom" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"I love to do when there's good news you know company reports great earnings or something the stock rallies for the first two hours of trading because people are reacting to the news and all the sudden reverses an ends the day down five percent it's like whoa something the market is not acting like it should have in the case of that stock there is something there that i don't understand and i can't tell you how many times i saw people give a great example a an investor stephen i both know very well with several selling covered calls on on enron or was it was worldcom it was worldcom and every quarter worldcom come out with great earnings man things are going great every other telecom companies hurting worldcom's br producing blockbuster earnings and every time it happens the stock falls and the guy sells more covered calls and more covered calls and more covered calls and of course you know what happens you know the end of the story worldcom goes bankrupt and all those earnings reports were bogus it was total bullshit a fraud and so you know stephen i would've been like are trailing sophists hit we're out of the story and we know cover calls aren't going to save us from stock declined fifty percent but sometimes the the the investors who are simply re only only looking at one thing the earnings reports they're not gonna get the whole story and somehow the market gets the whole story you know how that happens there's all kinds of ways but it's just very interesting and i think that it's hard for readers to sometimes except that steve has a theory that interest rates should fall bosch should rally because that's how it's always happened that's what the market should do and if the market doesn't do it you're gonna get stopped out or you're gonna call the trade at a loss and then you might immediately reverse you might amelie go you might go from me long bonds to be insured bonds to being as short bonds as you've ever been before right and your readers are gonna go i can't do that motionlessly on still along bonds and i think that's.

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"worldcom" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"worldcom" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"So so we were having this conversation today as we were commuting to another one of those means that we can talk about on tuesday pretty much the older i mean when you say just one more thought just one were circus they thought now you wake up in the morning you commute to the office or to school or the campus and uber forget your phone back at home heaven forbid you're not tractable by certain people but yes watear your track 'able kutre australia so all bore the other day sponsored message correct look to him for the club dorgan were to begin general who form weekly podcast where who will development advocates noah muroff bartman no answer questions in the leaves at taunton gcp teams customers and partners about best practices from security to machine learning and more europe technologists all across google about trends and colors happening with technology you can learn more scratching podcast pack g darko slash gcp pockets were back sylla were if you or a relay for life where this thing called little worldcom yes it's a victory who can add to fly lots of miles is together enjoy thinking it continues be my favorite show i the continues being that's asteroid hadn't been study that he has to come near three year after year after year after year all the b which of porto pointedly in your home country of romania the beef is pretty much rubber is not a culture let's leave it at that.

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