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"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Said you sinus snoring ENT dot com or call five one two six oh one oh three oh three the trump administration again criticizing China for not being up front about the outbreak of the coronavirus president trump confirming he has asked for intelligence reports on whether China and the WHL heat information about corona virus in the early days of the pandemic it's coming in and I'm getting pieces already and we're not happy about it president trump is talked about China paying some sort of price for letting the virus out threats chided scoffed at president trump also threatening to permanently withdraw funding for the World Health Organization pointing out the United States is its biggest contributor but the president charging the WHL was acting as a mouthpiece for China fox's John Roberts of the White House two guards at an immigration detention center in Louisiana have died after correct a contracting coronavirus the relatives of Carl Leonard's instanton Johnson say the Richwood correctional center in Monroe losing weight Louisiana added one point prevented them from wearing masks as the virus spread through the facility the Federal Aviation Administration is investigating actor Harrison Ford after a plane he was piloting crossed the runway where another plane was in the process of landing last Friday in Hawthorne California Ford's publicist says the actor mis heard the tower's instructions with rotavirus so sidelined another big baseball tradition the national baseball hall of fame museum confirming Wednesday that they're canceling this year's induction weekend at Cooperstown set to take place July twenty fourth through the twenty sixth the cancellation as a result of this corona virus pandemic is a huge economic hit to the upstate New York community which sees thousands from across the globe pour in the ceremonies and festivities as a result the class of twenty twenty Derek Jeter Larry Walker Marvin Miller and Ted Simmons will now be celebrated next year when the baseball hall of fame welcomes in the members of the twenty twenty one class Cooperstown as well man Apollo Tano fox news Jack Callahan this is fox news newsradio kale BJ hi John police now for what's stopping Austin's news the city of Pflugerville says roughly fifteen percent of its businesses may never re open because the impact coronaviruses hat the Austin school district is assessing its finances heading into new budget talks A. I. S. T. says there will be a quote major financial upheaval for the next school year squarely on our laps we're trying to understand something that is really overtaking us not only sort of behavior early but financially as chief of business operations Nicole Conley Johnson she says a preliminary look at the next year's budget shows a gap of forty nine point three million dollars already A. I. C.'s lost nearly eight million directly because of corona virus and all this comes as a ISD's expenditures will increase to about one point four seven billion dollars for the next budget cycle Patrick Osborne newsradio kill the J. and Hays county is asking the appraisal district to put a temporary halt on penalties and late fees for.
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Average about thirty thousand tests per day which is a dramatic increase New York has been the epicenter of virus in the U. S. with over twenty two thousand deaths South Korea reporting no new domestic virus cases for the first time since its peak there February twenty ninth America is listening to fox news newsradio pale BJ I'm John Cooley's number what's stopping Austin's news the city of Pflugerville says roughly fifteen percent of its businesses may never re open because of the impact coronaviruses handed the Austin school district is assessing its finances heading into new budget talks A. I. S. T. says there will be a quote major financial upheaval for the next school year squarely on our laps we're trying to understand something that is really overtaking us not only sort of behavior early but financially as chief of business operations Nicole Conley Johnson she says a preliminary look at the next year's budget shows a gap of forty nine point three million dollars already A. I. C.'s lost nearly eight million directly because of corona virus and all this comes as a ISD's expenditures will increase to about one point four seven billion dollars for the next budget cycle Patrick Osborne newsradio kill the Jack and Hays county is asking the appraisal district to put a temporary halt on penalties and late fees for property taxes your kale BJ radar weather watch low fifty four with high eighty six get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot com.
Netflix Posted a Huge Earnings Beat
"Onto some net flicks earnings net flicks beat expectations overall in Q.. Four but fell short and the US due to increased competition titian worldwide. Netflix added eight point. Seven six million subscribers for total of one hundred sixty seven point one million subscribers. It's fastest growing. Region was Asia Pacific where it added one point seven five million users. Netflix added five hundred twenty thousand subscribers in the US that was short though of expected. Six hundred thousand financially. It reported stronger than expected revenue at five point. Four seven billion dollars and earnings per share of one dollar and thirty cents analysts had expected earnings of fifty three cents per share so they did do good on revenue. Nuts looks expects to add seven million subscribers worldwide below the eight point two million projection from analysts. So it's a little bit of a mixed bag here when you look at these these numbers the company and this is very interesting also has started citing viewers statistics based on a shorter amount. Round of you in time. So if I watched a show and I was counted as watching a show previously that would be completing seventy percent or more of an episode of a TV show or movie. Now netflix is reporting seventy. Six million households chose to watch the WITCHER and eighty three million chose to watch Michael. Bay's six underground but choosing to watch is now defined as starting a film or episode and watching at least two minutes so this is this last is most interesting interesting to me like netflix grew a little slower than possible. Everybody's making hey of like. Oh it's Disney plus an apple. TV plus okay. Maybe maybe it is. It probably is but the the fact that they are moving from. We never report subscriber. Numbers are never report viewership numbers to we're going to report some big viewership numbers that are seventy percent watch too two. We want to report big numbers but they only need two minutes. Watch to make those big numbers that tells me that they're feeling a little pressure to put out some. Even this is like this is like auto play at numbers. You know where you're like. Oh somebody plays two minutes. Two minutes is better than the auto play where he gets. Shut off really fast. It wouldn't be fair if if I after. Two minutes of a feature length film. I did not like that film. Yeah no that is not a watch that is me saying it's not an accidental start. But it's not an I liked it. If you've only seen two minutes of Michael Basics underground they should read Michael Base Lodge it. Yeah if you WANNA early watch two minutes of six underground watching these two minutes. I mean I it's it's interesting. I also think they have to kind of change these numbers not just because I think those are good the reasons you guys state but I think that there may be another thing a play here which is there is now so much new content happening on Netflix. Every day or every week new content being added that. You're starting to have a you kind of crowded content problem and a lot of that content I refer to not leaving. It's there permanently and so a shorter view of a thing. Might actually be a valuables statistic because a lot of us are doing shorter checks on a thing whether I wanna see it or not where it used to be. Well I've got this choice between movies already know in love and this new thing they made. Now it's got twenty new things. They made plus eight movies routed. I don't even know if I'm GonNa like this. I'm going to give it a couple of minutes. It helped me. I'll stay or open. I'm out of here like I can kind of see why that that that that would be a strategy that that goes along with just content overage in there if you know what I'm saying I'm calling it now Netflix. This is long term thinking and what they want is a few years down the road when Disney plus is still reeling from people like wait. You had all the marvel movies but now you lost him because of these deals that we're done before Disney plus. Why can I count on the fact that Harry Potter was on Peacock? Now it left in its an HBO. Max Netflix will start pointing to their library and say we own ours. All of our stuff you still there stranger things still there. You could still rewatch it. It'll flip it'll it'll try to flip it but yeah. The international story is one to watch Netflix. The fact that they're international numbers. Latin America Asia asia-pacific are skyrocketing. They're doing great international content. That is the future of Netflix. And the slowing down in the US. Maybe it's because of Disney plus or maybe it's just you know the US us is behind for a while for Netflix. So I don't know that it necessarily is. Yeah I mean number one market for some time. The numbers have been had. You know it's this is this. This is a this is a familiar familiar quarterly earnings report for no looks like Hey. International numbers are skyrocketing in particular markets Specifically but not so much in the US. It's like well you know you reach. Saturation what I wonder is especially with original content and how that's working so Well for streaming services. If you've got a head you know that that that that makes more sense at least to a subscriber like me than back catalogue because how many times I'm really really GonNa Watch even my favorite movie type thing. I WANNA see new stuff. How is that going to change the kind of original content that people see knowing what the strong markets
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Flu thank you Mister senator make mine thank you madam deputy president my question is to the minister for agriculture center to McKinsey can the minister please tell us what are the benefits to was tried in pharmacy and the wider community of having a strong by a security system thank you very much madam deputy president and I thank sentiment mon as events for her question and now she has a strong interest in right prosecuting underpins sixty billion dollars worth of agricultural production and forty nine billion dollars worth of agricultural exports each bottle contributed to jobs and growth particularly in regional and rural Australia Chas when we get by security breaches such as the cop would be to that could cost as strongly one point four seven billion dollars per year over twenty eight or the dreaded foot and mouth disease which could absolutely devastated as sixteen billion dollar loss okay mystery for those of us to care about the profitability and resilience of ruling racial strife and date the national economy having a wrong twenty first century by security system is absolutely paramount but it's not just protecting our agricultural industries it's all sorry S. six trillion dollars worth of environmental assets out animal and hello one in five jobs you destroy your actually related tried and a tough prosecutor system actually protects our reputation as a trading nation on the global sites outpacing disease free status is not chronic and unique and it really underpins the value assignment to the products that we export to the world that we will not tight about could get when it comes to keeping our borders size from his distaste whether be the brown mom right a stink bug of last year the things I didn't know I'm a hundred and forty does a guy brown mom right in fact almost in Kerr's and last year that small ships why to the outbreak of African swine phase out that we've watched much of you know across Europe and three Southeast Asia and being you know at the moment email.
Why WeWork and Uber are proof valuations are meaningless
"Let's dig into the show and we're starting off with my favorite topic I think of all time and not just vc but also just kind of the world working we work and its ensuing. I duNNo. IPO trails for lack of a better term. I know you guys talked a little bit about the pricing issues last week. We'll put that it to one side but the biggest kind of news items are that it is said reported that Softbank May want the IPO to be held which would be fascinating. There's also been reported by CNBC that Adam Newman the CO founder and CEO wants to push ahead with the IPO and this has led us to a question about how much money they need to operate the business doesn't happen. What's next okay? Where do you kind of turn so not terribly surprising given what we've been hearing the last few weeks but I just WanNa take a step back and say like the reason why Softbank is encouraging? We worked to potentially shelve its IPO this was at this point Wall Street's response to the IPO has been so I mean terrible that softens at risk of losing so much money because often invested late-stage Uber Uber and we were billions of dollars and we were indeed goes out at say eighteen billion dollar valuation or whatever we're kind of thinking is going to be the case at this point stopping is in a really bad position and this has already happened with Uber which had a very disappointing debut just a few months ago and they were also heavily backed by Softbank so stopping is in a really really really precarious position right now and I can see why they being urging we we worked perhaps weight although the markets everyone's been saying all year long are frothy there. It's a great time to go out. So do you think Alex waiting say six months. you know we'll benefit. We work at all. I wish I had one of those like folksy colloquialisms like you can't put lipstick on a pig backwards. I don't have one but my general impression is that the the structure of the company will not materially change over a six month or two quarter periods so oddly enough if I was giving advice which does not my job but if I was I would say go forward. Now your lumps go for it if you believe in your model this much raise as much and get all the debt invest in the business because you claim it's going to be great so then let's see how it plays is out. I don't know if they can actually raise three billion in the IP which is the requirement for the billion in debt which means we don't even know if they can trigger that option from bankers and on this point I just WanNa throw in a little bit of a nuance to that. I'm presuming. They isn't down protection on their investments into we work so so there's IT. It isn't quite as simple as people are saying like if it's fifteen they're down by twenty five percent on their investment. There's some nuance in there but they did put their last billionaire alienated company at a forty seven billion valuation which I'm sure marked up there prior investments so on paper. It looked like a very good set of deals. If this goes public could eighteen or twenty which is roughly than others put money into before a lot of that paper accretion of value goes to zero as they're raising the Vision Fund to and I think that's part of the problems received yes you're right and I think there are many many moving parts to this entire situation but I think one of the key takeaways here for people listening to this podcast asked just that valuations can be very meaningless so the forty seven billion dollar valuation that we work raised at the company's not worth that much money and I think everyone at the time thought that but now we're really seeing the impacts of hyper exaggerate evaluation so one of the things I wanted to bring up was you know months ago and Pinterest went public. We had a long conversation on equity about what it means to be under corn. Correct me if I'm wrong but I guess just to comey that. IPO's evaluation less than what their most recent private haven't market valuation was yeah and the idea was that because most companies going public these days are Unicorns just kind of a standard term but it would apply if you're worth nine hundred on paper and went out seven hundred hundred millions well yeah and I mean it happens a lot because like I just said that all Americans are not often correct and sometimes they are so inflated. That company has really no. There's no way they can match it so in Pinterest case it did end up. Actually I think it I think it ended up being okay when it when it did go out but for weeks and weeks weeks weeks people were were suspecting you know it was going to be an underground. It was going to be worth billions billions last when it when it went out and I think it ended up kind of floating right around where people expected which you know kind of anticlimactic but that's certainly not what we're saying with. We work no not at all. I mean I mean we've seen a couple of companies be reprised that we're GonNa Cori- recently. I'm not just talking about public companies like box and dropbox had their vibrations kind of cut their growth you you know Uber's now worth a what by ten fifteen twenty nine less than an IPO date we're GonNa see we work. Give up a large chunk of valuation in a lift has struggled and even just you know today. We're not GONNA hit on the stakes really care about too much but smiled direct club yeah good pricing Ron I and actually went public above its IPO price range got wrecked today and was just told by the market that it was not worth eight point nine billion dollars worth quite a lot unless maybe seven hundred matthew my head so we're seeing some private market enthusiasm even get to the IPO pricing process then went into reality so there is a disconnect here between how looking valuing things and I wrote a piece might months ago like no one knows what anything's worth and I was Kinda tongue-in-cheek about it but maybe I was accidentally it's true though VC's can value value a company in a certain way but because competition in venture capital right now as a whole VC's are pricing up around in a way. I think I guess to levels not seen before and I don't WanNa go down the tangent. 'cause I WANNA want to change the topic still on the subject of we work but you wrote a piece today that was how much money does it need or sorry this week. How much money does we work need to reach independent viability and I think there are questions around? At what point does it stop like. How much money does we work need to survive because it does burn through cash so rapidly and continues to need massive infusions as large as three billion aliens six billion dollars from investors? Yes so let me just quick numbers about that and I promise I'll be brief that number trying to keep things moving but like at the end of the June quarter this year we work at two point four seven billion dollars of cash equivalents on hand in the first half of this year. They're operating cash burn was just under two hundred million and they're investing cast burn two point three six billion so if they invested in spend cash at the same rate they did in the first half of this year in the second and raise no money unless else. I'm missing something they had negative cash which means they're dead so either. They're able to raise more money in some capacity or if dramatically curtail their cash burn on operate operate any vesting functions to make this kind of work and I'm not the only person who was thinking this some folks that are reading over at. I'm going to butcher this the House has. WG made a bunch of kind of interesting calculations and they found that even if we were raised all the money trying to now it would still need a bunch more money money to get to kind of cash flow break even in time so it's an incredibly cash company and I don't know what is going to do and this is fascinating because it could be a train wreck. I think it's already been a train wreck. It could be an even worse trained training wreck or your
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Number of people killed in red light running crashes between two thousand seven and two thousand seventeen the foundations Jake Nelson says the reasons for the ten year spike are unclear but surely impatience rushing in time countries are all factors a survey finds that eighty five percent of drivers see red light running is very dangerous yet one in three say they've done it in the last thirty days Jim Ryan ABC news at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on is well insurance money talks finished with sharp gains for a second straight session the Dow industrials rallied three hundred twenty six points the nasdaq leapt one hundred sixteen in the S. and P. five hundred rose thirty six after the close del technologies reported better than expected profits and revenue lifted by solid demand for its desktop computers and cloud services sending shares sharply higher in after hours trading the defense department has made a decision it's a warning it's ten years seven point six billion dollar defense enterprise office solutions contract to provide Microsoft Office software for the Pentagon to vendors led by General Dynamics and dell Amazon is part of an investor group along with Sinclair broadcast and the Yankees that's buying Walt Disney's eighty percent equity interest in the yes network the value that deal reportedly three point four seven billion dollars that's your money now I'm Jim just go como news the trump administration is sounding a national alarm over increased marijuana use the surgeon general's warning that today's marijuana has three times the THC content than pot smoke decades ago doctor Jerome Adams says it's never safe for pregnant women to use marijuana and says it's also dangerous for young people whose brains are still developing doctor Adams also warns that one in five people who use marijuana.
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Open here in flushing meadows queens coming up more from here at the open so many interesting people around going to catch up on the scene also meant when Clark the I. C. E. he's a big tennis player he's gonna be by with his coat but first let's get back to Charlie Pellett within update on the trades lots of breaking news after the bell we begin with dell technologies of reported sales and profits that topped Wall Street estimates boosted by strong corporate demand for computers and software shares right now they are applied six percent heading the other direction all to cut its earnings per share forecast for the full year missing the lowest analysts estimate shares of plunging now by twenty percent a deal we were talking about an ounce after hours Yankee global enterprises with partner Sinclair broadcasting announced the purchase of the yes network from the Walt Disney company acquiring the eighty percent of the yes network not already held by Yankee global enterprises but a total enterprise value of three point four seven billion dollars the down the S. and P. and nasdaq called advancing us up for a second day today are by thirty six points one point three percent the Dow higher today by three hundred and twenty six points up was a gain of one point three percent nasdaq rally one hundred sixteen points up by one and a half percent tenured on for thirty seconds yields one point four nine percent gold lower by eight tenths of one percent fifteen twenty seven the ounce and West Texas intermediate crude up today by one half percent fifty six sixty two apparel repeating our top story from Washington president trump says he has canceled a trip to Poland this weekend because hurricane Dorian is poised to strike Florida and instead he will be sending vice president Mike pence signed Charlie Pellett that's a Bloomberg business flash Charlie.
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Legislators approved a Bill to protect pre-born infants when a heartbeat can be detected. Correspondent Jennifer king. As more the Bill now goes to Republican governor Brian camp who's expected to sign it. Several Republican controlled states have moved to enact strict abortion laws. Recently proponents are hoping to get one of the cases in front of the US supreme court to challenge the Roe versus Wade ruling that legalized abortion nationwide in nineteen seventy three. Meanwhile, the measure would effectively prohibit most abortions after six weeks once signed and not blocked in court. The Georgia law would take effect January first twenty twenty states been threatened with boycotts by Hollywood. And with a lawsuit by the ACLU, Maryland general assembly voting to override governor. Larry Hogan's veto of a Bill that lets local school boards decide whether school begins before or after Labor Day HOGAN issued a an executive order in two thousand sixteen requiring schools to open after the holiday more at townhall dot com. US navy awarding a one point four seven billion dollar contract. With Mississippi shipyard to build a new amphibious worship, the navy has announced the award will go to Ingalls shipbuilding in pascagoula to design and build the fourteenth in the San Antonio class of fibia transport dock the ship will be the first with a modified design following thirteen. Earlier ships the visit will be used to carry marines and their equipment around the world. Putting them shore with landing craft or Viviers assault. Vehicles whose ship will also be able to host helicopters or tilt rotor aircraft. Correspondent Jeremy house reports that Ingles. President Bill cookies says continuing production without stopping will make it easier to build the ship Ingles is a unit of Virginia based Huntington Ingalls industries and has eleven thousand five hundred employees on the payroll more on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rockstar. Oh, did you know that Eric wears dentures and a bit in his family for generations is true? Discolored and disgusting, but they have deep personal meaning Eric. So we ask that you respect. And now your host Eric Metaxas. Thanks, john. I really didn't want everybody to know about that. But it's it's true. They're they're.
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"High seas African migrants who hijacked an oil tanker after it rescued them in the Mediterranean Sea seized metal objects and began smashing their ship and threatening crew members after they realized they were being returned to Libya, not L he blew the forty two year old Libyan captain of the L Hebrew one ship said he and five other crew members feared they could be killed during the horror that played out at sea this week. He said the threats by rioting migrants force them to agree to their demand that he'd take them to Europe not back to Libya now, there are fears that some merchant ship captains might become reluctant to save migrants from sinking boats in the future, if they fear they could lose control of their ships. Keith Peters reporting. Boeing engineers, test pilots are working to fix a flight control system. Suspected of playing a role in two deadly crashes. The seven thirty seven max remains grounded and carriers are losing money from a number flight cancellations breaking news enter analysis at townhall dot com. The us navy is warning at one point four seven billion dollar contract. To a Mississippi shipyard to build a new amphibious worship, the navy has announced the award will go to Ingalls shipbuilding in pascagoula to design and build the fourteenth in the San Antonio class of m Fabius transport dock. The ship will be the first with a modified design following thirteen. Earlier ships the vessel will be used to carry marines and their equipment around the world, putting them ashore with landing craft assault vehicles that Jeremy house reporting another driver died after being injured by exploding Takata airbag inflator. Raising. The worldwide death toll now to twenty four fifty five year old Armando Ortega of Yuma died June eleventh in two thousand eighteen three days after the crash of two thousand two Honda Civic near Buckeye. Got us inflators. Can't explode with too much force hurling shrapnel in some cases into drivers. And passengers inside the vehicle more of these stories from townhall dot com. This is John McCullough talking about my pillow. All this time really has remained fun after all where else would you get share the wonders of being rid of a neck problem? You've had for sixteen years..
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"And Disney values. Yes. At three point four seven billion dollars. But that's nearly five hundred million less than one twenty first Century Fox acquired a majority stake in twenty fourteen. Dole is a lot of money in the game. He's big markets. New York, Boston, Chicago, LA, even Philly. They're able to shell out the big big bucks. They're little football. News person familiar with the deal says the Browns traded guard Kevin Zeitler to the giants for defensive end. Oliver vernon. Receiver. Danny amendola has been released by Miami creating six million dollars in salary cap space for the team. Fifty nine catches and five hundred seventy five yards receiving last year lead the team, but he's thirty three years old. And this has been said over and over and over again of all the big time sports. The NFL. Very rarely gives out guaranteed deals. Kirk cousins of the Vikings has at big three year guaranteed contract. But there are many there aren't many and to me. That the NFL players association has never gone to the man. For themselves for future players. To guarantee contracts because let's face it. They're not worth the paper. They're printed on less. The money's guaranteed, and he's guys go out there and risk life and limb. On every play in every game in the NFL. You see it on TV? And there's big hits go to a game and sit close. Really pay attention on the beating these guys play or take game in and game out. There's a lot of big collisions in the NHL. Don't get me wrong. Bhagat guaranteed deals in the NHL sacked Parisi and Ryan Suter. I'm not going to not the guys they got their money just shy of one hundred million dollars over thirteen years. All guaranteed. The wild got pay him. They show up. They limp. In the training camp. They can't play anymore. They get paid same with the major leagues look at the NBA. Some of these guaranteed contracts. The timber wolves right now have a guaranteed contract with Andrew Wiggins that doesn't look very good. And it's big big money. And here you go in the NFL, Danny amendola gone over the middle risking life and limb on that.
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on Nerdificent
"And we are back, and yet, let's just let's just talk a little bit more about the film because something I don't know. These are some actual numbers to the budget was two hundred two to two hundred ten million and it made one point three or four seven billion dollars. That's very exciting. If you're if you haven't seen it, I can't imagine you being a subscriber of this podcast or. But I knew that it did. And I mean, I think that it has influenced show as well, actually. It hasn't only in a couple of minor minor ways. And not for any particular reason except that while they were in when they were wrapping up principal photography. Okay. They were still shooting when we started making our show. Okay. And quite as it's kept marvel is like working for the CIA. Right. People laugh. You just laughed. Yeah. I'm not exaggerating. Projects do not cross pollinate. There's no unless somebody at the top says we want the Black Panther cartoon to be exactly like the movie therefore, you need to sign all these nondisclosure agreements and read the script. So that it can be exact it's not going to be right. I forgot to mention that you were working on the comics, right? No, no, no. I thought you did write a black well year, we they put me in after like a weird fish. Should we add it? No, you decide. Okay. I saw a Black Panther. That was Alexis thing that they did as part of the promos for the movie when it came out. I approached me because I was the guy who was on the. Yeah. And I created this other character for marvel mosaic. Yeah. It was in the mix. Oh, Jeff you. He's always running this. Oh, he might want to do. What is right? And it was kind of fun. It was kind of weird because it was Alexis, Diana. By the way, it's free. Go read it. I had a ball looking at the cover art for you. It's yeah. But yes, so the time line, even if we'd wished to really wasn't a way to do it. Also, everyone's crazy secretive about these movies. So unless it's everything's need to know and animation as much as we love it we geeks. It we were not on the need to know list. What we learned about the movie was basically from whatever the public news. So we saw the big kill monger mask when it came out. That's when we saw the kill monger, man. We didn't know any of the actors until they announced who the actors were. So that's I would say that's partly. Why the designs for our show don't match like the movie, exactly? So I mean, there some of them are closer than others. But on the whole like everybody knew claw was because he'd already been introduced so soon as I mentioned, Andy circus is going to reprise claw. Or to know what he looks like as we saw him in age of ultra right? So that's an easy. He designed to do but the rest were just designed. So you gotta give it up to the designers for. I'm pretty sure once they knew that homeboy plays kill monger, ladies love him. And I can't Michael Jordan. Ironically was in the first episode of TV, I wrote him and Jeff Goldblum were in the same episodes. I wrote for kill monger and the grandma. But. I guess they got wind of who that was going to be. So they designed the character sort of resemble the kill monger characters him. But the rest of it was just us like, and it's probably probably not the best advertising tool to say, we're not like the movie, but on another hand if freed up, right? So now you have three versions you have the movie version, you have the comic book version two which is wildly different than the movie like wildly different. Yeah. Before. I see coats who shouldn't people will write us. I mean, just wanna even starting to write something thinking that you knew about ten..
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on WWL
"As news update. I'm Jim shanavie. A committee comprised of members of both houses of congress meeting today. Trying to reach a bipartisan deal on border security CBS's Bill Rakoff house Senate conferees trying to negotiate a border deal of open their first formal meeting, but a compromise still seems uncertain Representative Nita Lowey of New York is the house co-chair every dollar spent on ineffective. Proposal means one less dollar invested in measures that actually keep us safe. She is of course, referring to the president's border wall proposal the co-chair from the Senate is Republican Richard Shelby. Smart technology alone. Does not actually stop anyone from crossing into the US illegally. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. Now the latest from Wall Street, I'm Jim Cesco with wwl. First business news brought to you by home Bank as widely expected. The Federal Reserve today remained on hold with regard to interest rate policy. Reaffirming its recent patient stance. The news helped stocks notch broadened sharp gains. The Dow Jones industrial average soared four hundred thirty five points, and the NASDAQ composite leapt one fifty four a couple of tech titans are out with quarterly results. Microsoft reported fiscal second quarter profits of a dollar tennis share with revenue up twelve percent. Your year to thirty two point four seven billion dollars. Shares of the software giant are up. One percent in after hours trading. Meanwhile. Facebook's fourth quarter results are ings of two thirty eight a share and revenue of sixteen point nine one billion dollars handily beat forecasts sending the social media giant's shares up twelve percent in after hours trades oil futures posted solid gains again, March crude rose ninety two cents or one point seven percent to settle at fifty four twenty three a barrel. That's w wwl. First business news brought to you by home Bank invested in business focused on you, weather, traffic and sports flash. Next. WWL news time four oh five. Savings. Come to JC.
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"I would like to just return back to the executive budget. Because I think it's important that our friends know what the levels of funding and budgeting is the total operating biennium budget for the fiscal year. Twenty twenty is fifteen point four seven billion dollars, and it goes up for fiscal year twenty one to fifteen point seven billion dollars. And I hope that we don't fall into the desensitization of that amount. Of cash when we have a state population of about one point three million of those you have approximately seven hundred eighty thousand people who are aged twelve plus so when we have a multiple billion dollar budget with a fairly small tax base. There's a lot of money floating around out there. Josh, can you help us understand why it's necessary to have this level of spending and incremental increases consistently every year. That is the billion dollar question are the fifteen billion dollar question. If you will Rick. A lot of these services are because we don't get help. Elsewhere, our Medicaid budgets, pretty big. It's a three billion dollar budget. And I'm not saying it's right or wrong. I I do support a lot of these programs, but we we have three hundred sixty two thousand people on Medicaid because people live near poverty, and that's one out of four, and it's a big hunk of money. So it has to be spent well, and that's why I'm focused in that area. I have some expertise. It's wire we have a chance to do better. And to keep costs contained, for instance. I don't think that increase should ever exceed three percent because we can't keep up with it. Otherwise, that's just a personal belief. I have right. And maybe it should even be flattered decreases. We do better you talk with me about that a lot. Sure. We don't have the luxuries that some other states do of going across the state line and finding other options we're here by ourselves. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't be efficient and sensitive to the taxpayers and people I know they're already living as actually speaker psyche said very eloquently, he referred to the Alice population. I can't recall what the acronym meant. But basically, it's how many people are living at or near a place that they can't afford to really pay for housing food and health care, and that's because it's expensive to live here. And because wages aren't always gonna match with how much our costs are. So we just have to do a lot better. And I think everyone in government needs to know that we'll have to be somewhat frugal. My office is trying to lead. By example. We didn't we didn't ask for any extra resources or any increases. Of course, we'll do with what we got. And I think that's in general the tax a lot of people are gonna. Take and every time that the legislature works with the fifth floor, and we can somehow make our probably our progress. More seamless inefficient. Hopefully, we won't see big increases in the budget and budgeting is so important because it affects everybody in our community. So when those allocations move forward. Those who are responsible for pain kind of question. Well, how how're those funds being used and just as a sidebar the not with you specifically Josh, but it has to do with the ongoing audit of the rail project. And yeah, folks are being privy to some of the concerns about expenditures, budgeting, etc. But if we take two areas where you responsible for affordable housing and homelessness over the next two years. The budget has approximately about three hundred and fifteen million dollars for forcible housing and thirty five million dollars in state funds for homelessness programs. Interestingly there is a parallel budgeting and allocation at the city level, so there's a on the single taxpayer even though local and then state there's a tremendous amount of investment in just the state. We're looking at about three hundred and forty three hundred and fifty million dollars over the next two years. Josh help us understand. Stand that level of investment, what will be the anticipated hand determined result. Well, we were playing super catch up now because this thing got away from us for a decade, which is unfortunate. Whether it's I growth, which you saw just now is credentialing actually lost twelve thousand resonance because they couldn't afford to live in Hawaii anymore. And that's the thing. Right. But because of the surgeon in costs that just couldn't keep up with them wages. We start so many more people unable to afford housing. So now, we're playing catch up revolving housing. Trust fund is a good example where we have to intent developers to build and build on pretty much the transient hoarded oriented corridor has to happen. We have to put those incentives in we have to solve our homeless problem because the cost of catastrophic for that population who's struggling otherwise, which that's just a straight up investment. And that's a very good return on our money for. For that work. So it is catch up that we didn't do in the years past. And now we're paying for it. So that's what I would say about that Rick, but it's an it's partially opportunity to because we have a very good bond rating, and we also are in -ticipant, although I'm not a doom and gloom guy. But we're anticipating a slowdown in the global economy in the coming years. And so we do have that. But we're we're bonding out at very low rates and having a lot of building jobs could very well be good for us. So we're anticipating that that's part of the strategy. And I've heard that expressed very eloquently by the governor and the leadership at the legislative level. So I think that's why you're seeing some of those big spends, but that will be translated into many jobs, and we we're chasing sixty five thousand housing units. Government can't be responsible for all of that talking with Lieutenant governor, Josh green. I first of all always wanna thank you, John. You're always so very generous with your time and. And I hope that we can continue this as we move forward of what headline will we see regarding the Lieutenant governor's office efforts information. What what will we see? I do you think? Kinda governor refuses to take naps works twenty four seven on homelessness addiction and our healthcare shortage understand I thought I thought we had a rod Tam moment there with naps and snacks for a moment. No. But I will not nap. Next time, my friend. I would love for you. And we can of course, talk about the state, but I really want to get your take on our opioid situation nationally in here at home. And maybe the next time we get together that can be a focus. I would love that. You you call me when you need me. That's a deal. Josh. Thank you. So very much. Always appreciate it. We'll see very soon. Sounds great. Thanks again. Take care. Bye. Now. You too Bye-bye Lieutenant governor Josh green. Joining us went over on our time. But I will get us caught up seems to be a catch up day. If you have any thoughts or comments regarding our conversation feel free to join us when we come back after the bottom of the hour. News today is the one hundred and twenty six at diversity of the overthrow. And we will have thoughtful conversation there, and I opened it to you at five to one eighty three eighty three eight twenty six..
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"Mayor Stony says this will generate one point seven billion dollars in new tax revenue for the city, which will leave one point two billion dollars leftover to go to the city general fund. The handpicked firm projects that it will generates nine hundred and three points four seven billion dollars. So even the firm that he picked says that his numbers are off by quite a bit. And according to them that only leaves two hundred and eighty three point four seven million dollars or nine point four million dollars a year for the city general fund in other words about one billion dollars less than lavar Stony is saying, wow. Here's the thing. The mayor's handpicked firm projects it will be at least five years before the city of Richmond begins to see any revenue at all from this project. In the meantime, revenue to the city is locked at current levels. Wow. And then as I said, the the jobs numbers, lavar Stony claims it will generate twenty one thousand eight hundred jobs and nine thousand new jobs will be permanent, but the very the very firm that is his handpicked firm. They say it's only gonna create seven thousand seven hundred jobs and that only about six thousand six hundred of them will be permanent. There's a lot from this. And we'll we'll get these folks on in the future. So that we can actually talk about all of it. It just look I love the idea of supporting the city, you know, that nine of that. And I think we all would like to. But here's a couple of problems number one. Nobody trusts lavar Stony. Nobody inside the city nobody outside the city trusts, lavar Stony, and frankly, we've heard all of this before haven't we? Sixth street. Marketplace. How many minor league indoor football teams hockey teams have gone away? It just. It really is lavar is folly. Now, I understand that lavar Stony he's not thinking about the city of Richmond. The city of Richmond is is someplace that. He has to deal with for the time being. Right. As he builds his national footprints. He is thinking big picture big big picture. He wants to be president or vice president or secretary of something or other. But to get there. He's gotta start as the MIR mayor of the city of Richmond. And to make that mayor ship mean anything he can't he can't sully. His hands. He can't dirty his hands by handling things like snow removal or trash removal or filling the potholes or getting the schools to work right now, those are time consuming, and they're not gonna mean much on the big stage the national stage. So what he has to do is go big, even if it's of no great consequence or substance keeping example his efforts to remove the monuments on monument avenue huge issue for him. The idea that he's going to build this giant Coliseum. That. Already is going to be upside down as far as money goes. But that's a big picture thing. And that can help him as he runs for whatever the higher office is going to be. So anyway, if you want to check it out, no Coliseum dot org is the is the website or no, I'm sorry. No, calcium dot com. No, Coliseum dot com. And you can really read through.
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"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Business. News roundup by chronicle news services from business agile agile int- AGI Elian T technologies on Monday reported fiscal fourth quarter profit of one hundred ninety five million dollars. The Santa Clara company said that its earnings suggested for one time gains and costs came to eighty one cents per share. The results beat Wall Street expectations of seventy three cents per share. The scientific instrument maker posted revenue of one point two nine billion dollars in the period, which also beat street forecasts for the year Angela reported profit of three hundred sixteen million dollars or ninety seven cents per share revenue was reported as four point nine one billion dollars for the current quarter ending in February agile, it expects its per share earnings to range from seventy one cents to seventy three cents. The company said it expects revenue in the range of one point two six billion dollars. To one point two eight billion dollars for the fiscal first quarter. Analysts surveyed by Zacks had expected revenue up one point two eight billion dollars agile and expects full year earnings in the range of three dollars to three dollars five cents per share with revenue ranging from five point one three billion dollars to five point one seven billion dollars into it into it said Monday that it had a fiscal first quarter net income of thirty four million dollars after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier, the Mountain View companies earnings suggested for one time gains and costs were twenty nine cents per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations which were for earnings of eleven cents per share, the maker of turbo tax QuickBooks and other accounting software posted revenue of one point zero two billion dollars also topping forecasts for the current quarter ending in February into it expects its per share earnings to range from eighty five to eighty eight cents. The company said it expects revenue in the rain. Range of one point four seven billion dollars to one point four nine billion dollars for the fiscal second quarter.
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Only help position them better for the future The targets been focused on reinvesting its business Laying out, a, strategy the start of the year two four. Seven billion dollars into expanding its, ecommerce platform Also bulking up the lineup of in-house brands opening. New small format stores you know this is a lot like, WalMart what they've done. With those neighborhood stores I think, target, is about to do the same thing remodeling And they. Believe this is one of the reasons things are paying off And. At this point, this is a pretty good figure on any given day, the CEO says ninety percent of retail sales are done in physical stores so they're still going strong in that area Certainly a praiseworthy item don't you think This one May have, its detractors but I think this is a clever expression. Of federalism And constitutional values The education department's considering whether allow states to use federal funding to purchase guns for educators Wow this is pretty radical isn't it This would reverse a long standing position taken by the federal government that it should. Not. Pay to outfit schools, with weapons It would also undermine efforts by congress to restrict the use of federal funds on guns As recently as March congress passed, the school safety Bill that allocated fifty million dollars a. Year or two local school districts but expressly prohibited the use of the money for firearms By the way can you remind me again, who's in charge of the house which party just curious The departments eyeing a program in federal education law students support neck and enrichment grants that makes no mention of prohibiting weapons purchases that emission would allow the education secretary Betsy DeVos to use. Her discretion to approve any state or district plans to use. Grant funding for firearms and, firearms training unless congress clarifies the, law bans such funding Through legislative action so if congress comes in and says hey you can't do this row, we'll have to do something different but right now she's, saying hey I can use discretion to? Say you know individual school districts states if you want, to use some of the money that comes your. Way that is supplied by the federal government, if you want to use some of that to set up some sort of security apparatus including weapons in your local school districts go for it what do you think about this plan I would absolutely love to get your thoughts on this but. I.
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That was the iranian foreign minister muhamed is of course caroline the one thing that is coming through from the conversations i'm having here on the grind dubai with my colleagues around the area is that the protagonists within iran for the they're losing market share voice they're losing the voice because the economic benefits that were so much tighter than promised simply haven't resulted this rahman dollars so you're seeing real voices of dissent internally in iran in terms of the benefits that they were promised yeah interesting comments meanwhile in top corporate news this morning a credit suisse's reported net income for the first quarter that beat analysts estimates net income for the quarter came in at six hundred ninety four million swiss francs revenue a five point six four billion swiss francs that also topped forecasts and i mentioned to guarantee i'm critics we see oh he speaks was after ten am london time this morning currently credit suisse her four point six percent in terms of their stock price okay and to the oil markets now carolina we're talking about stars prophet having risen to the highest episodes twenty four team in fact star petroleum prices and production in the first quarter adjusted net profit rose one point four seven billion dollars in q one that narrowly missed the analysts estimates the forecast from our pool it is the first indication that investors have in store for the world's biggest oil and gas companies as they prepared to present the earnings and expected to be the strongest free cash flow for the industry in nearly twelve years meanwhile whispered has said that it is committed to splitting off its cost of coffee chain the company which will premiere in cases that it will pursue the demerger as fast as is practical and appropriate to optimize value for shareholders weed.
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Such a setup in top corporate news credit suisse has reported net income for the first quarter that beat analysts estimates net income for the quarter came in at six hundred ninety four million swiss francs while revenue five point six four billion swiss francs also topped forecasts and we'll bring you our live interview with the credit suisse ceo john tom after ten am uk time and also you can follow all the latest commentary on of the earnings on t l i v go meanwhile startles prophets has risen to the highest level since two thousand fourteen thanks to higher petroleum prices and production in the first quarter adjusted net profit rose to one point four seven billion dollars in the first quarter just narrowly missing the average forecast of a bloomberg survey of analysts it's the first indication of what investors have in store as the world's biggest oil and gas companies prepared to present earnings this week takeda fell the most in almost five years in tokyo after the japanese company increased its bid for shire to about forty six billion pounds schayes said in a statement that its board is willing to recommend takeda's fifth proposal to its shareholders shire also agreed to extend a deadline under uk takeover rules to the eighth for the companies to continue talks let's get you some more headlines from around the world here's bloomberg's leon gallons good morning markus president trump has radically changed his tune on north korea just months after calling kim jon own little rocket man he's now complimenting him is very honorable and saying he hopes they can meet very soon such praise as a dramatic uturn for the us which has long contempt the kim dynasty for brutality and human rights violations despite his warmer tone the president still had a strong message versus they get rid of their nukes and nobody else would say be very easy for me to make a simple deal and claim victory i don't wanna do that i want them to get rid of the knicks meanwhile japan praise north korea suspension of nuclear testing but foreign minister taroko no says kim journal needs to start dismantling the program we welcome the announcement as a positive development and hope that it will lead to north korea's concrete action to dismantle its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles that was the japanese foreign minister speaking at a un gathering in switzerland in italy leaders of.
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Group in the securities america companies are unaffiliated representatives of securities america do not offer legal or tax advice always seek the advice of a professional familiar with the laws in your state michael dell founder of dealt technologies paying one hundred point four seven billion dollars for the penthouse at manhattan's one fifty seven apartment building as such a lovely solution to the airbnb issue if you don't want to pay for a hotel room in new york you've got your hundred milliondollar patasse you know i don't know how many people how many listeners know this but by cadel's also done kind of the boston version of the same thing he's got a forty billion dollar condos got one in is in the millennium towers that right and then he's got an eleven million dollar condo at the money and power but but he's got to condos one at at one dalton street all his right wendell a which will be the uh the super duper 57 story deluxe condo tower gone up behind the prudential center and he's got that eleven million dollar condo at the money i'm tara franklin washington streets so any place michael dell goes he goes first class so it's a him to condos one hundred forty one million dollars is that what it is hundred and fifty one million dollars of rekondo's talk you got to think of it this way some people collect stamps other don't people caught condoms luxury toppeta lime condos truck well look i mean it it if you're paying a hundred bill what what are you get for a hundred million dollars is like everything platinum plated when you walk in there i don't i don't know i mean this is anything but the square footage or anything like that ten thousand nine hundred and twenty three square feet zulle's bedrooms six bathrooms hang on i've i've got pictures i think you do okay always good i'm radio thousand foot glass tower i'm west 57th street so 10000 this is like imagine a super deluxe house in west hartford or wellesley hill this is like a super deluxe house like that up in the.
"four seven billion dollars" Discussed on The Masked Man Show
"Yeah according to the wrestling observer wbz's stock price has gone up five hundred eighty million dollars in forty days all share prices increased by seven dollars and fifty five cents resulting in a valuation of five hundred eighty two million uh i'll relates that's weird nothing's mathematically little bit off it anyway so he's insert man's personal fortune is now at is now one point four seven billion dollars how much is he saving on his tax cuts from trump uh that's a great question it'd be that will ilo w liquor villanova can tax program will be entered in the wsb hall of fame this this resume astle them is what is going on there 'cause like the clearly attendances down like attendance is down i would love to pretend like it's not but it is we saw like upper deck was closed at staples like attendance is down one side yeah yeah and as i was i was i normally don't pay attention i was kind of looking at smack down and like the room out of darkness enveloped everything over at like everything in the upper done an arena is not big enough valley view arena in san diego is not big at all so what are we so what are they how they making their money are the with this is off of light licensing licensing products like a what about like total divas is that under the brand like the link i mean they they had a star call now that longo where i think everybody was sinoe everybody's sort of always expecting wb to sort of several tank quarters and then like that and they didn't like do a bunch of cuts they didn't do a month i mean there's not a lot of like visible costsaving going on other the pyroma in the some of the talent thing craxi have so much i did of that's your new nickname of spyro the unc.