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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"There are twelve hours and twenty minutes left, and then we're taking down, no more. It is. No more at that point. Also, no more is Dell's revenue growth is slowing. And so what you've seen here revenue for Dell rising three percent from year earlier to twenty one point nine one billion dollars. And they actually saw a decline in one segment, their revenue, which was really the data infrastructure, data storage, and servers that was down about five percent. Actually do look at a lot of this being directly attributed attributable to China and the potential trade issues going on there del stock right now down ten point three percent on this morning's report. So a fairly big deal for, you know, one of the traditionally largest computing firms out there. Yes. Adele, obviously a little bit of a struggle there at this point. Let's actually hop head, we'll do the storage because I do think it's, it's worth covering here. Gannon in gatehouse media. These are two biggest newspaper groups in the country at this point gate house. You probably are not aware of them. They mainly operate, very small newspapers. One hundred fifty six daily papers for hundred sixty four weeklies most of which are in the smaller markets gannet on the other hand, though, owns USA, or is the publisher of USA today. So obviously a pretty big distribution there. They've got USA today. They also have the Indianapolis star Cincinnati inquirer Tennessean, which is a big paper in Nashville. The Moines Register whole bunch of, you know, pretty big names that are out there. And so these companies are talking about merging now. And I'm not really surprised. We've, we've seen you know how the newspaper industry has been decimated over the last really two decades, I think, probably since right around two thousand do the last time that we saw this much. Consolidation and bankruptcy in the newspaper sector. Great depression, nineteen twenties. Not because the depression radio. Yeah. The advent of us brought newspapers down the first time now the internet's doing it a second time. So I mean so it's not surprising. It makes sense from a cost consolidation standpoint. I go back to the fact that we have so few news sources these days. And this just, you know, this narrows it down even further you're going to have a lot of the same content pushed out to all these different papers, that's how they're gonna cost cut is. You know, one person's gonna rice story. It's going to go out to six hundred different papers in. That's kind of what you see already. It's the worst part about that. In my opinion, is that in doing so it gives less of an incentive to actually pick up and read any of these newspapers. Yeah. So they give you a readership, readerships declined further. If you don't have original content, that's unique to your paper, does not really any reason for anyone to pick it up. And so I get that, it's the short term way where it's. Hey, we can cut costs and that'll help us stay profitable. It's not a long-term solution. No, you know. So that's something that I think is going to go into printing in the long run Wall Street Journal reporting that the Trump administration is nearing a plan to return. Fannie Mae and Freddie, MAC back to private shareholder ownership. It's a plan that's being developed by the treasury department also working with the Federal Housing finance agency and potentially could make its way to the president for approval soon as next month, it could mean actually, so the back in two thousand two thousand eight or two thousand nine the US government basically bought these pretty much. So they're largely government owns the, the ideas to re privatize them. But in order to do that you're looking at potentially raising over one hundred twenty five billion dollars to give that some scale the largest initial public offering. So if you did this, you would look. Potentially be looking at an IPO of Fannie, and Freddie Fannie and Freddie, the largest IPO ever was for Alibaba twenty five billion you're looking at trying to raise one hundred twenty five billion now. Maybe you don't do all of that, through an IPO there's other ways to raise capital, but I mean this could be a very, very substantial list. It's a tricky one to be able to pull off the right way. And I also wonder if there's really the demand for this they don't have. When I think, of what's the first thing you think of when you think of Fannie, and Freddie. Financial crisis. Yeah, I would agree. But the people who I think, would be interested in this, I it's not going to be, you won't get the roadshow that's catering to individual investors. Yeah. I think you're roadshow is going to be catering to pension funds. Hedge funds those, those types of investor saying, hey, you're pretty much buying mortgage backed securities just wrapped up differently. Agreed still which to raise one hundred twenty five billion dollars. I would agree with that, I would agree. So it's, it's going to be. It's gonna be fascinating to see how they try to go about raising these funds, if they do want to take public. So let's take a break. And when we come back Paula Monica from CNN business is gonna join us talk about the hottest stock in the entire market beyond meat.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"Please don't reporters a quick thing. We were gonna talk about bit more. But I think there's enough Facebook for everyone. It was Facebook's quarter four twenty eighteen results this week. It'd be all expectations revenue sorta sixteen point nine one billion dollars. You're on your growth of thirty point four percent net income of six point eight billion dollars for the quarter. Which was Facebook's best result. Ever. You could say crisis what crisis? But there was an interesting thing that Mark Zuckerberg bought up on his earnings, call not this time but last quarter in October way said that Facebook's biggest competitor was I message which is apple messages on your phone, which is a really interesting point in amongst this people sharing less slight change in behavior. So I just wanted to get a quick straw poll from all of you. If Zuckerberg says the the biggest challenge to Facebook is a private messaging app and Facebook is reported. While it's confirmed it now merging the technology behind Instagram Facebook messenger, and what's up? How do you use Facebook? The public Facebook. I don't really. But I think even though I don't post that much anymore. There's still plenty of activity in things. And the as we say the platform has got many people using it as ever before. But I think the I'd probably say offer four of us in this room. Probably don't use it in a really public way in terms of like posting lots of updates statuses probably use the back inside of it with the back inside the the messaging side of Facebook business more. Yes. Which is really really interesting in terms of mouth superbug identifying apple as a competitor and amongst all of this beef between Facebook and apple as people change how they share Facebook more becomes law really knows Facebook's. I didn't new features marketplace in watching and scream stories and all these kind of things people want to share their lives more directly with people. So I have friends I have I have friends friends at least six friends. I have what's groups for friends from university friends who are journalists friends who are this that and the other and it allows you to directly talk to them and quite common now. Right. I'm not like blazing trail for. But that's a real problem because you're still interacting on its platforms. But you're doing it in private and if you're doing improve, but why do you need to be on Facebook in the first place the danger for Facebook? And the reason that Zuckerberg is identified apple and messages its biggest challenge is the if you're not sharing publicly why are you on Facebook? Anyway, you might as well just use another service. Yeah. I think the problem is that face become more of a media sharing tool. Right. I mean, I do still go on Facebook every day. But it's more almost my whole feed is filled with media stories, a little videos, whatever, you know, I'm interested in some of them. It's one way I keep on top of some of the new sites. I enjoy. But yeah, it's definitely kind of loss personal touch me. And I'm the same. I use Instagram us what's up for private messaging, should obviously both owned by Facebook. I can envisage would be quite easy for me to stop using Facebook. If I chose to but migrating from what's up when I've got all of my friends and family groups on there. That would be a real difficulty. Which is why we still reports last week from the New York Times about Facebook trying to work out some kind of way of merging those platforms together. So think about it is it's not a battle of the social networks. More battle at the private networks, but for Facebook to keep making all of that huge huge amount of advertising revenue it's still needs people to be communicating publicly says can be really interesting to see how it ends up doing that second story how to train your dragon Vicky tower. There's a new one out, and it's very good. Yes. Something bit more light hearted for the weekend. So housetrained dragon. The hidden world is out today. Friday, sorry. I imagine quite fearlessness might be going to see it this weekend..

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"And. With what's news from the Wall Street Journal. I'm Ameri for totally in New York. Howard Schultz is presidential bid could mean trouble for Starbucks. Even though he stepped down as chairman of the company over the summer. He is probably always going to be forever linked with Starbucks. He was the one who didn't found it. But he he got involved when there were only four stores, and he expanded the Starbucks brand across the globe. The Wall Street Journal's Julie jargon has the details. But first here are some other top stories, we're following the Federal Reserve sent it strongest signal to date that three years of interest rate hikes may be at an end. The Wall Street Journal's Nick Tim rose says more on the Fed's meeting this week Jay Powell said the case for raising interest rates as we can somewhat asked. If the next move would be a rate increase or rate cut. He said it would depend on the incoming data. It all adds up to a picture that the fed is on hold right now. The fed has signaled it'll take more patie-. And approach to rate hikes this year. It's been a big week for tech earnings despite a tumultuous year Facebook reported a record profit in the fourth quarter, which is typically the heaviest spending period for advertisers revenue rose thirty percent to sixteen point nine one billion dollars exceeding expectations in recent months. Facebook has struggled with violations of user trust and is facing renewed scrutiny over its handling of user data and other privacy concerns despite falling short of expectations. Tesla posted its first ever consecutive quarterly profit that's raising questions over whether.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Fourth quarter sales of sixteen point nine one billion dollars beating the highest estimates. Speaking to Bloomberg's Emily Chang. Ceo, Sheryl Sandberg said that Facebook is determined to earn back trust. So I want to be really clear what this was this is an app called the Facebook research up despite some. The early reports there is nothing secret about it is completely optin. Participants knew they were in great majority of people were adults teens and people were compensated for being part of market research. But even apple has punished you. Well, apple has we've taken it out of the app store. They took it down. It was violating their terms and not something we obviously never wanna do and we're working with them on the employees certificates. But I think it's been a pretty productive day at Facebook. Where people are continuing to do good work that sad for a lot of people. This is a sort of not again moment. And so what do you have to say in terms of why should people trust you? Why should trust Facebook? Well, again, I want to be clear what this is. Because what matters is that people know how their information is being used, and in this particular case, the people using the research in the study knew they were in it and knew how their information is being used. But you are right that it has been challenging time for Facebook. And we need to earn back people's trust. With the steps we take. I think one of the things you saw in our quarter is how mature investing in safety and security, and, you know, this if you wanna look at what a company cares about look where it spends its money, and our expenses are massively up. We've changed our profitability because we want to take the hard steps to protect people on the platform. And you see us doing that? You see what happens with elections the US midterms and around the world fake accounts. Decreasing the distribution of fake news. These are hard and ongoing problems. But we are determined to do the hard work and keep doing it. The FTC has been investigating Facebook's privacy practices and we've reported they're preparing for a record fine. What are you preparing for what we're working closely with the FTC and regulators around the world. I think what we're preparing for is to continue to make the investments in safety and security on our earnings. Call just an hour ago. Mark said it was the top priority for the company. We're to continue. We have a lot of work to do. But we are making really good progress in a lot of areas, and we're. Continue to work hard. We're also continuing to build great products. I think what this quarter shows is that people are continuing to use Facebook are different products around the world, and we're also going to continue to make important investments. One of the things. I'm proud of is we are making massive investments in Catholics and also in renewable energy by next year. We will be one hundred percent renewable in all of our operations, including all of our data centers. So we're going to continue to make investments across the board. That was Facebook's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg speaking to Bloomberg technologies. Emily chang. Let's get your world national news.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Our KOMO forecast is rainy for tomorrow evening and rain through most of Friday for the rest of today and early tomorrow, though, mostly clear skies couple of clouds flowing through here and there right now, it's forty nine degrees. And. Mostly clear at KOMO news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle supposedly twenty four hour news station. Komo news Bill O'neil at the editor's desk. Taylor van Cise. Among the headline today fed chair Drome Powell calling the US economy in a good place and said they will be patient with future rate hikes at the bed. He projected solid ongoing economic growth this year though, somewhat slower than last year's pace Powell also said inflationary pressures are relatively low and President Trump disagreeing with his top intelligence officials in their testimony before the Senate intelligence committee yesterday, they made statements that were ads with some of the president's recent remarks on Iran, North Korea, China and Russia, and then in a tweet today, the president called the intelligence officials extremely passive and naive when it comes to Iran. Even in the middle of winter, it's downright and dangerously cold in parts of the United States right now people in fact are dying because of it Christopher Ingram is covering the big winter blast for the Washington Post, and he spoke with. Almost Bill O'neil Christopher we saw this polar vortex spinning toward the us. A few days ahead of time. Yet, it seems as though a lot of places are still scrambling and trying to deal with a lot of them places. That are typically experts when it comes to winter. You're absolutely right. And the thing is when it's negative thirty or negative forty below zero. There's really not enough in terms of preparation that you can do to actual actually feel ready for the cold. There's there's nothing quite like stepping outside your door going from the seventy plus degrees in your building to the negative forty degrees outside and feeling that blast. I would just pure Arctic skin biting cold for the first time. There's there's nothing like it. And so, yeah, it's just it's just a kind of a huge all-encompassing events for the folks who are caught up in it. Yeah. There definitely are people who are really suffering out there. And it's Stover a wide Patrick territory, isn't it? Yeah. It's just this huge plume of Arctic air that's coming down and into the middle of the United States. I guess it's working its way slowly eastward here in northwest. Minnesota. I was not exactly sure of how cold it got this morning because our only goes down to negative forty. So it was something below that. But how far below I don't know. All I can say that it was very very cold. Now, of course on one hand a lot of people are hunkering down. They're just trying to stay out of this cold. But there are some including Kentucky's governor who say the reactions to the cold don't really show our best side. You know, that's interesting. I talked to a lot of folks up here in northern Minnesota. And you know for a lot of folks up here. They're just kind of taking this like business as usual. I talked to a group that does ice fishing tours up on lake of the woods, the northernmost lake in the continental US. And they said they were packed. They were busy. They had people out there out on the ice that negative forty. So, you know, I think you'll get a really a a mix of reactions, but certainly here in the upper midwest where temperatures similar to this are common. Not quite this cold that people are trying to make the best of it. And they're certainly not gonna let it get them down in any way. Now, it's certainly not the government shutdown by any stretch. But is there a sense that? This continuing cold weather might have an economic impact should continue on for a while. You know, that's a really good question. We certainly know that scare cold spells like this. They do depressed retail trade people just are staying at home. They're not going out to the stores. They're not doing the things they would otherwise, do, you know, I will say in this case particular where we are in northwest, Minnesota, we're looking back at normal and even slightly above normal temperatures for the weekend. So I wouldn't expect there to be too big of an economic hit from this one thing the biggest impact here has been the schools. The schools have been shut down for two three sometimes four days in a row. So that's kind of the biggest impact that I think most people are feeling on the ground in terms of retail on the overall economy, I wouldn't expect it to be huge. But I guess that depends in part on how things look for DC in New York and the the I ninety five corridor. Christopher Ingram in the very chilly. Upper midwest you could read more online at Washington Post dot com. And that's komo's Bill O'neil. Komo news time to twenty and time for our propel insurance money news with Jim Jessica. Go. A couple of tech titans are out with quarterly results. Microsoft reported fiscal second quarter profits of a dollar ten share with revenue up twelve percent year over year to thirty two point four seven billion dollars. Shares of the software giant are little changed in after hours trading. Meanwhile, Facebook's fourth quarter results earnings of two dollars thirty eight cents a share revenue of sixteen point nine one billion dollars handily beat forecasts sending the social media giant's shares up thirteen percent in after hours trades Wall Street to finish the regular Wednesday session with him sharp gains. The Dow is up four hundred thirty five points. The NASDAQ gained one fifty four the s&p added forty one that's your money. Now also worth noting today. The strong showing from both Boeing and Amazon Amazon stock up by four point eight percent. Pretty huge quarterly earnings report for Boeing sent stock prices up by six and a quarter percent. Your next money update at two fifty traffic is next with marina Rockinger. There's some heavy traffic on the west Seattle bridge still there.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"nine one 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.

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Business News Roundup

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Business News Roundup

"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.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Trump and Putin. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute President. Trump denies Russia is still targeting the United States Washington You couldn't hear it. There but the president, said, no as his cabinet meeting was wrapping up the White. House the president says he has been tough on. Russia I think president knows that better than. Anybody certainly a lot better than the media understands, it and he's not happy about it and you shouldn't be happy about it because there's never been a president as tough on Russia as Senate minority, leader Chuck Schumer on the Senate floor talked about the president's correction yesterday that, said Russia did interfere in two thousand sixteen. Election the president is back to celebrating his meeting with, Putin He's walking back the walk back that's what he did, this morning the president took to Twitter today. To defend the meeting promising big results I'm Ed Donahue Netflix flopped on Wall Street with earnings coming up short and subscriber growth sputtering is it. Tries to fend off fiercer competition the company gained five point one million subscribers worldwide during the April through June period more than a, million customers below, target and it ended the. Second quarter with one hundred thirty million subscribers with fifty seven point four million of them in, the, United States, despite that stumbled Netflix earnings still exceeded. Analysts estimates reporting profits of three, hundred eighty four point three million or eighty five cents per. Share Zach investment research estimated earnings of eighty cents per share Netflix posted revenue of, three point nine one billion dollars in the period falling short. Of, forecast the streamer stock is always fluctuated with the ebbs and flows of its subscriber growth but, this news wiped out a lot of the years games. Meanwhile Netflix already has been battling. Challenges from Amazon Google YouTube and. Hulu in the video streaming market and it's likely to face even stiffer. Competition is eighteen Gears up to produce more programs.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Meat to restaurants in three years most of meat has raised eight point eight million dollars toward their. Plan to start industrial scale production of a hamburger Patty that would cost about one dollar environmentalists have warned that the. World's, growing appetite for, meat isn't sustainable So the big challenge is making meet that looks feels and tastes like the real thing most of meat uses a. Small sample of cells taken from a live animal the cells are fed with nutrients so that they grow into strands of muscle tissue the company claims it could make up to eighty thousand quarter pounders from a single sample Then clicks flopped on Wall Street with, earnings coming up, short and subscriber growth sputtering. Is it tries to fend off fiercer competition the company gained five point one million subscribers worldwide, during, the April, through June period more than a million customers below target and ended the second. Quarter with one hundred thirty million subscribers with fifty seven. Point four million of them in the United States despite that stumble Netflix earnings still, exceeded analysts estimates reporting profits of three hundred eighty four point. Three, million or eighty five cents per share Zach investment research estimated earnings of eighty cents per share, net flicks posted revenue of three point nine one billion dollars in the period falling short forecast. The streamers stock is always fluctuated with the ebbs and flows of its subscriber growth but. This news wiped out a lot of the years games meanwhile Netflix already has. Been battling challenges from Amazon Google YouTube and Hulu in the video streaming market and, it's likely to face even stiffer competition is AT and t. gears up to produce more Programs for HBO also the Walt Disney company is preparing to launch its own digital video service Tesla and SpaceX, CEO Elon Musk, has apologized. For calling a British diver involved in Thailand. Cave rescue a pedophile AP correspondent Syria shaklee reports there's been no public reaction from the, diver Vern Unsworth musk, says his words were spoken in anger after Unsworth in TV into you had accused. At tesla founder and SpaceX engineers of orchestrating appear stunt by sending a small. Submarine to hell divers rescue the twelfth ties soccer players and, their coach from a flooded cave, Musk's Sunday tweet later. Deleted sent investors away from Tesla's stock which fell nearly three percent Monday but recovered four. Point one percent on Tuesday Unsworth. Told CNN earlier this week that he was considering legal action I'm Zaria shaklee Hi I'm Ralph. Rousseau AP college football writer and host of the AP top, twenty five college football podcast available, on apple podcasts and. Podcast one while.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Subscriber growth sputtering is it tries to fend off fiercer. Competition the company gained a five, point one million subscribers worldwide during the April through June period more than a million customers below. Target and it ended the second quarter with one hundred thirty million subscribers with fifty seven point four million of them in the United, States despite that, stumbled Netflix earnings still exceeded. Analysts estimates reporting profits of three hundred eighty four point three million or eighty five cents per, share, Zach investment, research estimated earnings of eighty cents per share net flicks posted revenue of three. Point nine one billion dollars in the period falling short of. Forecast the streamer stock is always fluctuated with the ebbs and flows of its subscriber, growth but this news wiped out a lot of the years. Gains, meanwhile Netflix already has been battling challenges from. Amazon John Google YouTube and Hulu in the video streaming. Market and it's likely to face even stiffer competition is AT and t. gears up. To produce more programs for HBO also the Walt Disney company. Is, preparing to launch its own digital video service State media says North. Korean leader Kim Jong UN has harshly reprimanded local officials over a delayed construction project the Korean Central News agency says Kim. Expressed anger over, failure to complete the construction of a, hydroelectric power plant in, the northeast during a visit to. The site the report said Kim was extremely enraged and criticized relevant officials for not having sent a letter to him over this situation earlier this month. Kim visited two factories and criticised officials therefore poor building, maintenance lack of expertise and other problems and the second public rebuke indicates he's struggling to improve the economy while. Engaging in talks with the United States over the fate of his nuclear arsenal A federal judge is. Taking, a swipe at the Trump administration's zero tolerance immigration policy AP's Jackie Quinn reports deportations of migrant families who have just been reunited. With their children have been halted for now hearing, rumors about mass deportations of those immigrant families that are just getting back. Together after separations at the border, the American Civil Liberties union asked a federal judge in San Diego to intervene AC l. u. attorney legal learnt says the families. Need a few, days to figure out their legal options which could include seeking asylum lately unacceptable that these were apparently being. Contemplated would occur, immediately with the child getting off the, bus, the judges giving, the government one week to respond. Meanwhile the Trump administration says it's completed the reunifications of all eligible children under five and is now begun working with the older kids I'm Jacky Quin Hi I'm Ralph Rousseau AP college, football writer and host of the AP top twenty. Five, college football podcast available on apple podcast and podcast one while there be sure to subscribe rating review.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Trump Putin, and the Senate I'm Tim Maguire within a Pete newsman that President Trump backtracks on what he. Said during his joint news conference yesterday in Helsinki when he cast out on US intelligence, assessments of, Russian meddling in the two thousand. Sixteen election he tells reporters rather than saying Woody should have said something else to sentence should have, been I don't see any reason why wouldn't why it wouldn't be rushing Semid Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer welcome to the club President Trump we've known since the middle of the twenty sixteen election that, they've metal Tennessee Republican Senator Bob corker chairman of the, Senate Foreign Relations committee says Trump's threats against the European Union and the NATO alliance. Damage, key, players in the effort to block Russia aggression help keep order to keep their from Maine the kind of things that Putin dead with. With Ukraine eastern Ukraine and Crimea corker committee is. Expected to hear next week from secretary state Mike Palm pale I'm Tim, Maguire Then clicks flopped, on Wall Street with earnings coming up short and subscriber growth sputtering is it tries. To fend off fiercer competition, the company gained five point one million subscribers worldwide during the April through June period more than. A million customers below target and it ended the second quarter with one hundred thirty million subscribers with fifty seven point four million of, them in the, United States despite that stumbled. Netflix earnings still exceeded analysts estimates reporting profits of three hundred eighty four point three million or, eighty, five cents, per share Zach investment research estimated earnings of eighty cents per share net Netflix. Posted revenue of three point nine one billion dollars in the. Period falling short of forecast the streamer stock is always fluctuated with the ebbs and, flows of its subscriber growth but this news wiped out a. Lot, of the years games meanwhile Netflix already has been battling challenges from Amazon Google YouTube and Hulu, in the video streaming market and it's likely to face even stiffer competition is AT and t. gears up to produce more. Programs for eight HBO also the Walt Disney company is preparing to launch its own digital video service Investigators are looking into the suicide of a Broadway actor AP's Julie Walker reports it happened about a week after his friends say he. Was subjected to a grueling demoralizing rehearsal producers of the musical Chicago with its iconic all that jazz number have hired a lawyer. To investigate the suicide death of Jeff lawful holes as has the actors equity union the fifty, seven year old actor was the understudy for the role, of Mary sunshine in Chicago since the show's Broadway return in nineteen. Ninety-six level, holes left notes. And text messages describing how he felt bullied and mistreated Julie Walker New York A long list of popular video games and now banned in Saudi Arabia after claims surfaced that two children. Killed themselves after being pushed to do it in an online game the Saudi general commission for audio visual. Media said Monday it. Was banning forty seven games the list includes grand theft auto five assassin's creed to an Witcher unspecified violations of rules and regulations the ban. Was in response to the deaths of the thirteen year old girl and a twelve zero boy who reportedly killed themselves after playing. The so called blue whale social media game also known as the blue whale challenge participants is, said to be given a series of tasks to complete, capped with killing themselves at the end the agency did not say. What.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Trump, Putin and the Senate I'd Tim McGuire within a Pete newsmen at President Trump backtracks on what. He said during his joint news conference? Yesterday in Helsinki when he cast out on, US intelligence, assessments of Russian meddling in the. Two thousand sixteen election he tells reporters rather than saying Woody should have said something else to sentence should have been I don't see any reason why wouldn't why wouldn't be Russia Semid Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer welcome to the club President Trump we've. Known since the middle of the twenty sixteen election, that they've metal Tennessee Republican Senator Bob corker chairman of, the Senate Foreign Relations committee says Trump's threats against the European Union and the NATO. Alliance, damage key players in the effort to block Russia Braxton help keep order to keep their from Maine the kind of things that Putin. Dead with with Ukraine eastern Ukraine and Crimea corker committee. Is expected to here next week from secretary state Mike Pompeo I'm Tim Maguire Netflix flopped on Wall Street with earnings coming up short and subscriber growth sputtering is it tries. To fend off fiercer competition the, company gained of five point one million subscribers worldwide during the April through June period more than. A million customers below target and it ended the second quarter with one hundred thirty million subscribers with fifty seven point four million of, them in the United States despite that. Stumbled earnings still exceeded analysts estimates reporting profits of three hundred eighty four point three million or, eighty, five cents, per share Zach investment research estimated earnings of eighty cents per share net flicks. Posted revenue of three point nine one billion dollars in the. Period falling short of forecast the streamer stock is always fluctuated with the ebbs and, flows of its subscriber growth but this news wiped out a. Lot, of the years games meanwhile Netflix already has been battling challenges from Amazon Google YouTube and Hulu, in the video streaming market and it's likely to face even stiffer competition is AT and t. gears up to produce. More programs for HBO also the Walt Disney company is preparing to launch its own digital video service A long list of popular video games and now banned in Saudi Arabia after claims surfaced, that two children killed themselves after being pushed to, do it in an online. Game the Saudi general commission, for, audiovisual media said Monday it was banning forty-seven games the list includes grand. Theft auto five assassin's creed to and Witcher the unspecified violations of rules and regulations the ban was in response to the deaths of a thirteen year old girl and a. Twelve year old boy who reportedly killed themselves. After playing the so called blue whales social media game also known as the blue whale challenge participants who said to. Be given a series of tasks to complete capped. With killing themselves at the end the agency did not say what the connection was it's hard to find a, lawmaker who's willing, to say he's pleased with President Trump's news. Conference with Russia's leader AP correspondent Shelly atler reports Senator John McCain calls president Trump's press conference quote. One of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory the Arizona Republican says the summit. With Russian President Putin was a quote tragic mistake. From Republican Bob corker President. Trump's refusal to condemn Russian, interference, in the twenty sixteen election makes the US look quote like a pushover. And from house speaker Paul Ryan there's no question that Russia interfered in the two thousand sixteen election and the ads the president must appreciate that Russia is not our ally. Showing after Washington something's not kosher at Starbucks. And as a Ps Jackie Quinn reports customers are hoping to change that a major company in kosher certification says it's. Drop some of Starbucks drinks from its list of. Acceptable items star Kay told the Baltimore Sun it's no longer certifying is kosher drinks with syrup sauces toppings powders, soy or almond, milk the rabbi who oversees star case Certification of Starbucks is he thinks the program was. Reduced because it's hard for them. To stick to thousands of coffee lovers have started an, online, petition, drive to reinstate the..

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Two thousand four focusing on the imaginative lives of toddlers Tommy Chuckie twins Phil and Lil and Anjelica Nickelodeon, interim president Sarah, Levy, said what was true in nineteen ninety one when. The. Original show premiered is still true today get their fascinated with the world of babies Netflix flopped on Wall Street with earnings coming up short and subscriber growth, sputtering is it tries to fend off fiercer competition the company. Gained, a five point one million subscribers worldwide during the April through June period more than a million, customers below target and it ended the second quarter with one hundred thirty million subscribers with fifty seven. Point four million of them in the United States despite that stumble Netflix earnings still exceeded analysts estimates reporting profits of three hundred eighty four point three million or eighty five cents per share Zach investment. Research estimated earnings of eighty cents per share net, flicks posted revenue of three point nine one billion dollars in the period falling short forecast the streamer stock is always fluctuated with the ebbs and flows of its subscriber growth but this news wiped out a lot of the. Years gains meanwhile, Netflix already has been battling challenges, from Amazon, Google YouTube and, Hulu in the video streaming market and it's likely to face even stiffer competition is AT, and t. gears up to produce more programs For HBO also the Walt Disney company is preparing to launch its own digital video service An. Anti dancing laws been lifted in a western Arkansas city people in Fort Smith, called it the footloose ordinance after. The nineteen Eighty-four movie starring Kevin bacon about a town the band dancing and rock music the, city recently repealed. A nineteen Fifty-three ordinance that essentially outlawed public dancing on Sundays city director Andrei good introduced the repeal after a resident told them about the old. Law which barred the operation of public dance halls or any place with dancing on Sundays the laws. Emergency clause that public dancing on the day greatly endangers the public health safety and welfare a city spokeswoman says. No one's been arrested or ticketed in two decades for cutting loose on Sundays I am Ralph Rousseau AP college football. Writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football podcast available on apple podcasts and podcast. One while there be sure to subscribe and review that's.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Trump, Putin and the Senate I'm Tim Maguire within a Pete minute President Trump backtracks on what he. Said during his joint news conference yesterday in Helsinki when he cast out on US intelligence, assessments of, Russian meddling in the two thousand. Sixteen election he tells reporters rather than saying he should have said something else to sentence should have, been I don't see any reason why wouldn't why it wouldn't be rushing Semid Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer welcome to the club President Trump we've known since the middle of the twenty sixteen election that, they've metal Tennessee Republican Senator Bob corker chairman of the, Senate Foreign Relations committee says Trump's threats against the European Union and the NATO alliance. Damage, key players in the effort to block Russia aggression help keep order to keep their from Maine the kind of things that Putin dead. With with Ukraine eastern Ukraine and Crimea caucus committee. Is expected to hear next week from secretary state Mike Pompeo I'm Tim Maguire Netflix flopped on Wall Street with earnings coming up short in subscriber growth sputtering is it tries. To fend off fiercer competition the, company gained a five point one million subscribers worldwide during the April through June period more than. A million customers below target and it ended the second quarter with a hundred thirty million subscribers with fifty seven point four million of them in the, United States despite that fumble. Netflix earnings still exceeded analysts estimates reporting profits of three hundred eighty four point three million or, eighty, five cents, per share Zach investment research estimated earnings. Of eighty cents per share that looks. Posted revenue of three point nine one billion dollars in the. Period falling short of forecast the streamers stock is always fluctuated with the ebbs and, flows of its subscriber growth but this news wiped out a. Lot, of the years games meanwhile Netflix already has been battling challenges from Amazon Google YouTube and Hulu, in the video streaming market and it's likely to face even stiffer competition is AT and t. gears up to produce. More programs for HBO also the Walt Disney company is preparing to launch its own digital video service The Trump administration's filed complaints against five, trading. Partners including China. AP's Jackie Quinn reports the move comes for retaliating, against US tariffs, I'm, stealing, aluminum the, US is bringing trade violation cases against China the European Union Canada Mexico and Turkey, which punched back. With new taxes after Washington, imposed new tariffs on the imported metals US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer says they're retaliation violates. The rules of the World Trade Organization instead of working to address. A common problem the World Trade Organization could order, retaliatory duties because of..

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Trump backs off I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news, minute President Trump reverses a, statement he, made in Helsinki yesterday now saying he does believe Russia. Meddled, in the two thousand sixteen election the Senate should have been I don't see any reason why wouldn't why it wouldn't be rush Senate. Minority leader Chuck Schumer dismisses Trump's change of course like. A coward tries to squeeze squeal away from it Several thousand miles. Away Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says he's dismayed by Trump's criticism. Of Europe has embraced the Putin and is, slamming of, NATO spend the most significant military alliance in world history We believe the European Union countries are our friends And The Russians are not members of the Senate Foreign Relations committee expect to hear from secretary of state Mike. Pompeo next week I'm Tim Maguire the Trump, administration spouse complaints against five trading, partners including, China, AP's Jackie Quinn. Reports the move comes for retaliating against, US tariffs on steel and. Aluminum the US is bringing trade violation cases against, China the European, Union, Canada, Mexico and, Turkey which punched back with new taxes after Washington imposed new tariffs on the imported, metals US Trade. Representative Robert lighthizer says they're. Retaliation violates the rules of the World Trade Organization instead of working to address a common. Problem the World Trade Organization could order retaliatory duties because of the. Retaliation but these proceedings can drag on for many, years Jackie Quinn Washington Netflix flopped on Wall Street, with earnings coming up short and subscriber growth sputtering is it. Tries, to fend off fiercer competition the company gained a five point one million subscribers worldwide during the, April through June period more than a million customers below target and it ended the second quarter with one hundred thirty million subscribers with fifty seven point four million of them in the United States. Despite that, stumble Netflix earnings still exceeded analysts, estimates reporting profits of three hundred, eighty four, point, three million or. Eighty five cents per share investment research, estimated earnings of eighty cents. Per share net flicks posted revenue of three point, nine one billion, dollars, in, the period, falling short of forecast the streamer stock is always fluctuated with the ebbs and flows, of its subscriber. Growth but this news wiped. Out a lot of the years gains meanwhile Netflix already has been battling challenges from Amazon. Google YouTube and Hulu in the video streaming market and it's likely. To face even stiffer competition is AT and t., gears up to Produce more programs.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Thank you. For all the text messages coming, in even the ones that don't wanna call in I. Get it so here's one from. Net flicks man I'm looking at a graph of their stock price. In show us dept and this is what I don't, understand it still. One of the most promising tech companies. They have a ton of subscribers but it's amazing, that, their, stock price drops so quickly So Netflix plummeted in, late trading. After posting disappointed subscriber growth in the latest quarter threatening to run one of Wall Street's hottest. Stocks so Netflix. Added five point two million users in, the second quarter about a million fewer than the company predicted who in their right mind would save five point. Two million paid subscribers is a bad thing and. For whatever reason the stock market, in the people dead so the stocks fell fifteen percent They were over, four hundred bucks a share dropped to. Three forty two and extended trading Investors in analytics analyst now have a. Job of Wayne weather to slow down is just a. Blip in the longer term. Problem Netflix stock has surged to record highs in recent months they don't exactly know make they think there might be a. Slump because there's not a lot of big programs that have come out as of late like when there's another season a stranger things, around which they started teasing season three's going to be coming out. Revolving around this mall like all they built the mall in their small town in Indiana If you have a season three up that's gonna get, a ton of people on, to net flix to watch him they did. Release some new seasons. Of thirteen reasons why Luke cage and net I don't know what that one is I know what, the, other, two are. No the Luke cage is. A superhero in thirteen reasons why was controversial one, because of the topic. That's on it I think that covers suicide. But ever. Since. Netflix released house of cards the company says that new seasons is what. Drives customers they thought, there'd, be about six million, plus, new ones in the quarter but only. Five point two I would look at that as a victory I would love it if all of a. Sudden we had five and a half million extra people. Listening to this podcast rain. Man I would I would just go crazy I think that's the greatest victory in the world but not for Netflix they. Posted three point nine one billion dollars three point nine one billion in that is looked at as a failure for that company that's, the average estimate though is about three point nine four billion dollars So even even though they can put up nearly. Four billion it's still not enough net, flicks rises pushed other technology and entertainment companies to invest.

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Paul has to say. About the, economy and rates Willie walk back from the I. Suppose the view that four hikes are on. The table, so again a? Little bit of risk there. In Donna trade. Let's get to Deborah my she has, you, I would Several top, Republicans have criticized President Trump's comments after his. Meeting with, Ladimir Putin house speaker. Paul Ryan said Russia. Must be held, accountable for election. Meddling and Senator John. McCain called the Helsinki summit a tragic mistake Trump question whether Russia interfered in, the two thousand sixteen election he also suggested he trusts Putin as much as his own national. Intelligence director all I can do is ask the question my people came to me. Dan coach came to me, and some others they said they think it's Russia I have. President Putin, he just said it's not Russia I will say. This I don't see any reason why it. Would be The Trump administration is hitting back at what it considers unjustified retaliatory tariffs imposed. In response to you as steel and aluminum. Duties it's launched formal WTO, challenges against China the EU Canada Mexico and. Turkey the, White House and post. Ten percent tariffs on. Aluminum and twenty, five percent on. Still after finding imports. Of the metals pose a risk to national security Netflix was hammered and extended trade after missing earnings. And subscriber expectations and warning of potential disappointment in the third quarter. Revenue was three point nine one billion, dollars against estimates, of, three point. Nine four billion five point one million new users signed up compared with forecasts of six point three million subscriber growth may miss again in the current period People are. Looks around the world increasingly more in our markets as well I, think we're we're still on track for a strong growth year this year. And maybe it's gonna come in a little bit differently than we expected another suspected Global news twenty. Four hours a. Day on air. And ad tech talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven, hundred, journalists, and analysts. In more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Deborah Mao this. Is Bloomberg let's get over to David now for a look at the markets David Debra thank, you this is the picture across cross assets..

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"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"nine one billion dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Paul has to say about the economy and rates Willie walk, back from the I suppose the view that four hikes are. On the, table so again a little bit, of risk there. Any dollar trade let's. Get to Deborah she has you. First word headlines Several top Republicans have criticized President Trump's. Comments after his meeting with Amir Putin house speaker Paul Ryan said Russia must be held accountable for election meddling and Senator John McCain called, the Helsinki summit a tragic mistake Trump question whether Russia interfered. In the, two thousand sixteen election he also, suggests that he. Trusts Putin as much. As his own national intelligence director All, I, can do is ask the question people came to me Dan Coats came to me and some others. They said they think it's, Russia I have President Putin he just said it's. Not Russia I will say this I don't see any reason why it would be The Trump administration is hitting back at what it considers unjustified retaliatory tariffs. Imposed in response to you as an aluminum. Duties it's launched formal. WTO challenges against China the EU Canada Mexico. And Turkey, the White House host. Ten percent tariffs on. Aluminum and twenty five percent on. Sale after finding imports. Of the medals pose a risk to national security Napoli was hammered an extended trade after missing earnings and. Subscriber expectations and warning potential disappointment in the third quarter revenue. Was three point nine one billion dollars, against estimates of, three, point nine. Four billion five point, one million new users signed up compared with forecasts of six point three million subscriber growth may miss again in the current period People are daunting athletes. Around the world increasingly more in our newer markets as well We're still on track for a strong growth year this year. And maybe it's going to come in and a little bit differently than he expected another suspected Global news. Twenty four hours. A day on. Air and talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists. And, analysts, in more. Than one hundred twenty countries I'm Deborah Mao this is Bloomberg let's get over to David English now for a look at the markets David Debra thank you, this is the picture across cross assets across the..

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