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Fresh update on " million dollars" discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
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Texans agree to 3-year extension with Tunsil
"Around the NFL the Texans have signed left tackle Laremy Tunsil to a three year extension worth twenty two million dollars per year that makes him the highest paid tackle and offense of linemen in football eagles tackle lane Johnson was the previous height eighteen million per year Stossel clears that by
Coronavirus accelerates decline of slumping coal industry
"The coal industry was already hurting before the corona virus and the pandemic has made things much worse lockdowns have shut off lights in schools and offices sapping demand for electricity provided by coal fired power plants coal production in the U. S. is now expected to drop twenty five percent in twenty twenty the federal government hasn't acted on the industry's request for eight hundred and twenty two million dollars in relief or unions concerns about the safety of minors at risk of catching the virus the worldwide decline in electricity consumption has resulted in at least one benefit clear skies and lower
Free agent deals aren't yet official as NFL year begins
"We'll get a billion year is officially under way the deals that were agreed to earlier in the week will not become official until the player takes a physical and signed the bottom line the NFL is barred travel to team facilities by free agents it is also banned team personnel for traveling to meet players as a safeguard against corona virus Carolina Panthers today released safety Eric Reid just thirteen months after signing a three year twenty two million dollar contract it is also expected to release quarterback cam Newton if the team is unable to work out a trade the Panthers quarterback teddy Bridgewater have a deal in place for three years sixty million
How Blue Apron Became a Massive $2 Billion Disaster
"Squawk pod president. Trump's Day of pardons and commutations clemency for former Illinois Governor Blagojevich. And if you're asking me what my party affiliation is. I'm a trump credit and junk bond king. Mike Milkin we hear from Jim. Stewart the journalist who wrote the book on the nineteen eighties insider trading scandals. These particular Crohn's did create tremendous amount of collateral damage. The nation's top antitrust enforcer making delver hime on the controversial sprint t mobile merger. This is serious stuff. This affects the economy. It affects millions of jobs and the corona virus outbreak hitting small business one Amazon seller with factories in China. We really expect the disruption to Be hitting US hardest actually next month in March and April. Those stories plus some birthday celebrations. Where are the fireworks and balloons? They got nothing I asked for those. I'm CNBC producer. Katie creamer it's Wednesday. February nineteenth twenty twenty. Squawk pod begins right now standbys. Joe In three she one of my good morning and welcome the squawk box here and I live from stage in the star of stage and screen. Kelly is with us this morning. We are live from the Nasdaq market site in Times Square. You still on the exchange later. Are you still doing? I have done the exchange and we tried to keep the warm. I'm Joe Kernan. That's interesting we both done. The Exchange Kelly Evans is the star of the essential here today. Because Becky is off But just for today and then you got a long day not that not that long and join us for the next two hours. Liz Young probably has a long day. You have to go to work if there's going down. And you're directing all markets really and you're directing all market strategy. Advan y Mellon that takes time dow down. That's traveling salesperson. Okay that's all right too big client or something a few of them. Yeah who'll be there till Friday so you'll be there you can close the deal. Is that what you do you know how to do that? I guess I'm GonNa try stockbroker you know how you got to ask alternative choice questions. You'd like to buy this better for you and I like that. I can answer alternative of choice. Quite you do show. She doesn't get on a plane unless there's money to be new but you do everything you do should be closing though you should close more. You should be closing. I'm close did you see. What is it close? Gary you are. You couldn't stay away yesterday. Called in you had to go to news it was. It was actually did that work but I appeal for your vacation. Day since you essentially worked yesterday and you did not have the day off on the same emails that was you didn't get it. Thank you for your half day. I hadn't even thought about very good idea. Who's a very good idea to comfortable with this calling in? Yeah Yeah our colleagues at some other places as is it. One hundred and eighty. Well you gotTA stand at the end of city one hundred eighty days. If you're going to have. Could you eighteen the tax rate? Would you come clean or would you pretend that you're here? Would you let him pretend Bingo? I WanNa tell you about chairs of Blue Apron because they are swinging wildly after yesterday's close. Here's tapping here's what happened. Rather the company said it is exploring strategic options. That's usually euphemism for yet. Just putting itself on the Block. Basically the company coming up that announcement coming after its fourth quarter. Report showed ninety four million dollars in sales and a net loss of nearly twenty two million dollars. Customers fell from five hundred fifty seven thousand twenty eighteen to three hundred fifty one thousand by the end of two thousand. Nineteen the meal kit to deliver service. That it's considering merging with other companies and raising more money stock initially surged twelve percent. But now I can see that stock is now off eight percent. And that's what happens when you push up your sales through marketing. They were spending spending. But here's what blows me away. I get advertisements for new meal kit companies. I don't know about all the time ones. I've never even heard of anybody getting into this business. I don't know I've never used it and use it here and there but basically what I get a free week or something in and those big cards in the mail. There's a new one every week. I don't know who thinks that they're gonNA be able to make money if the biggest one in the industry could make your point Andrew unless they were constantly marketing from direct to consumer come. They're all realizing. Oh my gosh. If we don't plaster the entire world with ads constantly on every podcast any maybe we should get him on the spot. If some more if I do a meal kit it's going to be neutra systems can just. That's a different different kinds of things. The Diet Kim died Kim. But I'm saying if I ever were for men right. 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McConnell, Romney vie for influence over Trump's trial
"Just yesterday. Yesterday we talked about how Pam Bondi one of Donald Trump's defense lawyers is corrupt herself and she goes out there on the Senate floor and goes after after the Biden's for corruption when she took twenty five thousand dollars from the trump foundation and is now representing trump but more importantly dropped the investigation instigation into trump university Luckily they didn't drop that investigation in New York and trump ended up having to pay twenty two million dollar settlement because he defrauded students But this is this is what we're dealing with right. So whenever the media pretends like both sides are equal. It's infuriating because you have one side. That is not family lying to the American people but helping cover up Donald Trump's criminal activity in the White House so let's move on to some real corruption when it comes to this impeachment process new reporting indicates that Donald Trump's lawyers have given thousands of of dollars to Mitch McConnell who is obviously overseeing the Senate impeachment trial now. It seems as though there might be a conflict of interest there but we live in a country where I heard this type of bribery is legal. And so you end up with senators who don't serve the best interests of the country. They will sell the country out in order to maintain their your cozy little relationship with their donors. So let me give you the details of what's going on former independent counsel Ken Starr and Robert Ray who both investigated former president. The Bill Clinton ahead of his impeachment contributed thousands of dollars to Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell last year before they joined the president's team so Star Star actually gave him twenty eight hundred dollars in July of last year and Ray gave him a fifty six hundred dollars in September of last year and and that's according to the Center for Responsive Politics which is trying to shed some light on what's going on some of the corrupt influences in the Senate impeachment trial in fact Senator Mitch McConnell was notoriously. Said this and he was very open and honest about it during a cable news appearance. Let's take a look everything I do during this yes I'm coordinating. With White House counsel there will be no difference between the president's position our position as to how to handle this. But we'll be working through through this process. Hopefully a fairly short period of time in total coordination with the White House counsel's office and the people who are representing the president in the Oil Senegal Exactly how we go forward. I'm going to coordinate with the president's lawyers so they won't be any difference between us on how to do this again. I'M GONNA take my cues from the from the presence lawyers. I'M GONNA take my cues from the president's lawyers because the president's lawyers have donated to my campaign and GotTa look out for their best insurance. Go Go ahead and sell the country out. It's this is this is this is our democracy.
Expelled Recording Academy CEO Says Grammy Voting Process Is Corrupt
"Just days before the Grammy awards are set to air up right here on CBS the recently suspended CEO of the recording academy is making some very explosive claims in a forty six page discrimination complaint Debra Dylan says she's being retaliated against for reporting misconduct including what she calls corrupt voting practices and a rape allegation very serious stuff Dugan started the job just six months ago Jamie you causes in Los Angeles with more on the story Jamie this is a big bombshell how's the economy responding it absolutely is scale in a statement the academy is going after their CEOs credibility calling it quote curious that miss do get never raise these grave allegations until a week after legal claims were made against her personally hi everyone I'm never do again two months after Dever Dugan help unveiled this year's Grammy nominations she's pulling back the curtain on what she calls a boys club that puts their financial interests above the academy's mission in the X. Huang is Rolling Stone senior music business editor says a lot basically that says the economy this represented itself to the public to its voting members and also to her when she came in some of Dugan's most damning claims involve former CEO Neil Portnow who was criticized for comments he made in twenty eighteen about the lack of female winners saying women who want a bigger role in the music industry need to do one thing to step up he later apologized in the complaint Dugan says she learned of foreign recording artist Hey cues Mr Portnow of raping her following a performance that you gave at Carnegie Hall this is the first time that anyone in the in the media has read or seen any allegations about this particular incident you can bet that that's going to cast a pretty big shadow over the recording academy for days if not weeks or months to come the complaint also includes an email do you consent to human resources and what she alleges she was sexually harassed by the academy's general counsel Joel Katz in a statement his attorney tells deadline Mr can't categorically and emphatically denies her version of that evening the academy also put out a statement saying Dugan's claims come only after a female employee alleged ms Dugan had created a toxic and intolerable work environment and engaged in abusive and bowling conduct it says it immediately launched investigations into both her allegations and her alleged misconduct and that she was placed on administrative leave only after offering to step down and demanding twenty two million dollars Dugan's lawyers refuted that claim Tuesday saying it was the academy that offer Dugan millions of dollars to drop her allegations and leave it seems pretty clear that the relationship between Deborah do again and the recording academy is fraying right now and there's no putting it back together in an easy way Dugan further alleges the Grammy voting process is white with corruption saying that the board uses secret committees to push forward artists with whom they have relationships she says this year thirty artists that were not selected by the twelve thousand voting members were added to the possible nomination list and if she's right about that then that's something I'll have resonance far beyond just this year's Grammys alone now for now has not returned a request for comment in its statement the academy says its loyalty belongs to its members and regrets that music's biggest night is being stolen from them by miss Dugan's actions they say they're working to resolve the matter as quickly as
Grammys chief hits Recording Academy with discrimination complaint
"Four there is more fallout from the recent resignation of the head of the Grammy awards the recording academy and lawyers for its suspended chief executive are trading accusations in an increasingly public spat that threatens to overshadow the Grammy ceremony on Sunday lawyers for Deborah Dugan filed a discrimination lawsuit against the academy today and a memo from the academy's board chairman said she demanded no ians of dollars to resign your case your W. sterile saxman Dugan was placed on leave last week after a misconduct complaint that recording academy board president Harvey Mason junior says contained allegations of a toxic work environment marked by abuse in bowling he didn't say how much do again demanded to exit but Billboard reports the figure was twenty two million dollars the recording academy reportedly countered with a lower amount and no deal was struck before her suspension Dugan is said to have submitted a memo describing financial mismanagement and voting irregularities the academy says do can offer to drop her complaint in exchange for a big payout Dugan's lawyers issued a statement promising a response soon and saying that what has been reported is not nearly the story that needs to be told do good by the way only on the job for about five months before she was placed on
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Ad revenue product placements and also sponsorships for example take brown a south Korean YouTube star was too popular counts a video blog with over seventy million subscribers I toy review channel thirteen million to put into perspective just how popular her channels are whenever clips just got three hundred and seventy five million views she makes enough money through our YouTube account that you just purchased a five story property in Seoul South Korea for about eight million dollars did I mention she's six years old okay the child or the most money are you two in twenty eighteen though was Ryan Kaji a seven year old who's channel Ryan's toy review has about twenty one million subscribers it's crazy according to Forbes little Ryan made about twenty two million dollars last year twenty two million dollars Kidder does toy reviews on the YouTube channel all right finally people were being other people off is definitely not a new thing but as far as scams go this one's pretty wild let's set the scene the CEO of an Alaskan to fiber optic cable company by the name of quintillion well I had big plans to lay this massive transatlantic undersea cable gall it sounded really great better cheaper internet access for Alaskans individual people in other parts of the world not to get it off the ground the CEO Elizabeth peers had to convince all these investors joiner that means she had to show signs sales contracts that were backing the project in the problem was well she didn't have any so she faked the contracts and forge the signatures are real business executives and these phony agree was total to be about a billion dollars which was enough to get the money train rolling so over the course of two years she raised about two hundred fifty million dollars in real money from New York based investment companies before her scheme was discovered and that means it was time to get rid of the evidence you have to listen to this I mean where else would you keep fake sign contracts other than in your Google drive account so when she gets busted what she does is she moves all of her files there to the Google drive trash which doesn't mean that their god so Pierce was charging they did of wire fraud aggravated identity theft for signature faking skills and was sentenced to five years in prison certainly takes the expression fake it till you make it to a whole new level a billion dollars wow now that's nerve I really talk about one of our great sponsors here on the Kim commando shall I drive dot com and you've heard me talk about them for years and if you rely on a computer for any reason you just have to take special precautions because you have to protect what's on it's all your stuff for your dad and your email the files that you create they need to be backed up because it's not like the hard drive will come to you and say Hey just want to let you know that I'm gonna be dying soon that doesn't happen that's why you need I drive at the moment in time when your computer crashes and you need all the work on your computer I drive well they're there for you backing up your data or re obtaining it from ride drive is super easy when you have a fast internet connection.
"But increasingly read comment while ago posted about the sustainable futures report. The correspondent was concerned that i was trying into politics. The truth is everything is political while we can all do something toward solving the climate crisis. It is only governments and politicians who can make the changes of the magnitude that will make a difference. We are talking about system change after all. I know that many of you listening thing to the sustainable futures report are not in the u._k. I think that even you would have noticed that you k- politics are in some turmoil at the moment in fact this has been going on for three years but it's finally approaching day new mall. I say finally but everything may well have changed by the time you hear this anyway. They situation is the new prime minister has sought and received the authority of the queen to prorogue or suspend parliament of course she couldn't refuse but that's another story. The point at issue is that this would allow the prime minister to govern without parliament and allow how him to complete brexit the u._k.'s departure from the e._u. As he chooses i happen to believe that leaving the ear would be a disaster. Komo concerned if this prime minister can sideline parliament than any prime minister can do it on any issue. That's the reason i spent tuesday in london with your for europe and the yorker remain voice clap. I hope you saw us and hurt us on the evening news on bbc you see i tv and channel. Brexit is a sideshow by comparison with the climate crisis while breaks. It dominates u._k. Politics antics little of significance will be done on climate change all on many other issues that we've been neglecting over the last three years worrying agreeing also is the fact that many permanent brexit tears pacifica's climate deniers if i'm being political in opposing them and so be it in the climate crisis news this week the amazon fires why they're not the only fires why they he may not be as bad as you think a why they may be much more serious in ways you don't expect the future of the consumer society professor ian boyd retiring chief scientific advisor defa has set out his thoughts which looked very much like system change to me and the flying prince. I'll all common offsets making his travel common neutral the fun as in the amazon have been making big news news over the last couple of weeks that destroying the rainforest sante threatening an area which produces twenty percent of the world's oxygen on the amazon amazon rainforest is the lungs of the earth. Isn't it well. Yes no i strongly recommend that you listen to more or less a statistics sticks programme on bbc radio four which is available online and has carried out a detailed analysis of the situation they spoke to daniel net stunt of the earth innovation institute who explained that the fire houses have been identified by satellites are not burning rainforest generally the rainforest doesn't burn because it's so damp and humid what can happen is that low level fis can burn the leaf litter on the forest i flow and this can scorch the trunks of the trees and callum off these files are not visible from space and their effects are only evident once the trees have died off which may take a euro reversed point then is that the fires may be more extensive than we know at present. The fires that we can see from space are carrying on land which is being cleared. It's common practice for farmers to burn off weeds. Where land has been recently cleared. The trees are left to dry out and then abundant. One of the major consequences of these files is smoke soot in the atmosphere leading millions of people to seek treatment for respiratory diseases smoke from the falls code sao paulo which is mulling one thousand miles away from the amazon to be plunged into an apocalyptic darkness in the nineteenth of august the new president of brazil k. A. bowl sonata has taken a very hard line on the amazon weakening the brazilian environment ministry and turning a blind eye to illegal logging and deforestation he the amazon as a resource to be exploited by minus farmers and loggers as reported recently when the brazilian satellite satellite monitoring agency revealed significant increases in the rate of deforestation. The president denied that it was true on the director of the agency was dismissed. Does the amazon produce twenty percent of the world oxygen. It depends how you calculate but according to daniel napster it consumes a lot as as well and the net effect is more or less neutral. He sees the most important function of the forest as cooling effect as every every drop of water transpired by the trees evaporates. It cools the atmosphere you the effect of this across the whole forest is enough to have an effect on the climate of the whole world. Let's not forget the consequences of the fires and the deforestation policies for the indigenous peoples of the amazon amazon basin. They see the homes that food sources their way of life destroyed tribes that have been wolf generations a coming together against a common enemy enemy. Surely the global community should take that pont in our own interest as well as this president bolsonaro initially initially suggested the ngos had deliberately set the forest on fire in order to embarrass the government rejected the twenty two million dollars that politicians titians attending the reason g seven summit in biarritz pledged to help fight the fis. Can the world afford to stand by and let this destruction attraction continue. It's claimed that attention to the amazon leads the world over the fact that there are far more fis in africa but it's not the same thing writing in courts africa kolin bill senior lecturer in ecology university of york says fire is an essential part of the savannah savannah. The first to know is that the impact of a wildfire depends more on wet and what it is burning than how big it is or indeed how many fines there are the vast majority of the african fires currently earning seemed to be in grasslands and exactly the places we expect to see fires of this time of these files are usually by cattle famous as part of their traditional management of the savannahs where the animals graze some files are started to to stimulate new growth of nutritious cross for their animals others are used to control the numbers of parasitic takes own manage the growth of thorny we scrub without fuzz many savannahs and the animals they support wouldn't exist and lighting them as a key management activity in many any of the iconic protected areas of africa for instance. The sarah getty in tanzania is known worldwide for safari animals and all inspiring hiring builder beasts migration and i'll work shows that around half of its grasslands each year most foss both in the amazon was an ad in africa therefore deliberately started by humans as part of land-management b._b._c. news reports wildfires ravaging parts of the anti with areas of siberia alaska greenland and canada engulfed in flames and smoke satellite images
Brazil's Bolsonaro open to G7 aid if Macron 'withdraws insults'
"To in Brazil's president share Balsan RO says he will only accept G. seven aid to help fight fires in the Amazon French president Emmanuel MacColl apologizes for calling him a liar the G. seven pledge twenty two million dollars the U. K. and Canada an additional twenty
Brazil rejected millions in Amazon aid
"Six Brazil's rejecting more than twenty two million dollars pledged worldwide at the G. seven summit to help fight the raging wildfires in the Amazon rainforest ABC's Matt Gutman is on the fire line it's shocking how fast this fire markets moved about two hundred yards in the past five minutes alone the heat in the embers whipping by beating us back we arrived there
Brazil's president says G7 treats his country 'like colony'
"Leaders at the g seven summit in biarritz have agreed to provide logistical and financial support to help brazil fight the fires in its amazon rainforest the french president emmanuel macron said g seven countries would release twenty two million dollars of funds which would also involve a program of reforestation station brazil's president disabled sonora who described the fires as an internal issue said the announcement treated his country as if we are a colony on no man's is land so he's joined international pressure the most effective way of approaching this issue and will mr bolsonaro except the g seven's offer
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"From the come out twenty four hour news center I'm Jeff foe Julie here's what we're following for it this Saturday the twentieth of July two thousand and nineteen multiple beaches and king and kids app counties closed after four and a half million gallons of sewage was dumped into Puget Sound and that may be changing your weekend plans Christy Neil is upset about it so I have three small children and it's hard to keep them away from the water so that's extremely alarming to me the department of ecology says there were two separate spells one at the Renton treatment plant that spilled one and a half million gallons Thursday afternoon and another at the west point treatment plant near discovery park the dump three million gallons of raw untreated sewage early Friday morning we're told that a system failure at west point prevented them from switching to back up power so that raw sewage was diverted into the sound for twenty seven minutes we have a complete listing of all the beaches that are affected just go to our website komo news dot com a squabble has developed over how all that money that's been collected in Seattle's sugary beverage tax should be spent it generated nearly twenty two million dollars far more than expected the tax money is for health and nutrition programs for low income families but now some city council members of told mayor Jenny Durkin that some of those programs that she the council agreed to fund with the money don't follow the intent of the law so council wants to cut that money they want to use a six point three million dollars for something they won't say what and they have no way to cover the this difference unless they've got a magic calculator somewhere there's no solution to this and these programs are in jeopardy there's been no significant drop in the sales of sugary drinks the council will debate the issue on Monday and it's hall of fame weekend in Cooperstown Edgar Martinez will become only the second player to go into the hall as a mariner fan Karen green says it's an honor that's well deserved for a player that define the DH position and spent his entire career in the Emerald City he's a tremendous tremendous man is an example for everyone of us not only the work ethic but being humble and being thankful for everything that he's got the mariners are planning their own hall of fame celebration.
Should the Saints re-sign Michael Thomas?
"So we told you yesterday couple of days ago that michael thomas it was reported is now seeking twenty two million dollars from the saints twenty two million dollars a year that would shatter the previous high for receiver in the n._f._l. set by oto beckham junior last year who's making eighteen and a half million dollars sixty million dollars guaranteed now i've said it many times before and i maintain that michael thomas deserves from his perspective from michael thomas perspective and those around him he deserves to be the highest paid receiver in the game when he sees guys like odell beckham junior getting paid that much julio jones right behind him what michael thomas has been out producing them on the field the last few seasons and frankly it's not even close another is this debate about who the best receiver in the game is well if you just look at the numbers the best receiver in the games michael thomas maybe andre hopkins so too and i don't really think you can argue otherwise talent wise michael thomas is there and i guess the projected you had the n._f._l. network best wide receiver poll that they pitched to the fans last week and michael thomas didn't even make the top four that there's a little a little bizarre so the fan perspective on the reality what michael thomas is on the field don't match now they do here new orleans i don't think they match nationally so i wanted to get that out of the way i because when i get into this conversation and i think a lot of you are going to disagree with me on this i don't want to be confused that i think michael thomas doesn't deserve the money that he wants i do think that he should try to get as much money as he can extract a new contract considering how well he's played on the field i mean that's just the reality of this however from a saints perspective from a business perspective i gotta tell you i don't think it's a shrewd business decision for the saints to put ten eleven twelve percent of their salary cap into one wide receiver it just has never worked before in the n._f._l. and in fact when teams have done that before we've seen things come crashing down pretty darn quickly It's just as happened. no highest paid receiver in league history since the salary cap bear is everyone a super bowl only one only one ever has even made the super bowl that was julio jones a couple of years ago it's not like there's this long track record while you just pay these guys what you want and then you're going to have big time success on the field this position is highly dependent on everybody around them in the offense again i'm not diminishing what michael thomas is done and i don't think michael thomas production is just a product of drew brees for his fantastic as he is we've never seen wide receiver this productive in new orleans michael thomas's men and drew brees has had some really good receivers but if you're any organization whether that's an n._f._l. team whether that's a radio station whether that's a salesforce whether that's a fast food restaurant whether that's restaurant down here in the quarter a club Throwing those kind of resources. at one person who is highly highly dependent on everybody around him to be good doesn't really make a lot of sense i'm just telling you it doesn't make a lot of sense now from safes perspective again this is also a lose lose why use the term yesterday I don't really see a win coming out of this for them. because if they don't recycle thomas again t. what's going to happen we're gonna have these call screens all it up we'll have eight collars for for two weeks on this program saying what a terrible decision by the saints how can they let this guy get away this is the best receiver in franchise history a guy that's beloved by the fans a guy who seems like he really loves the city in new orleans But I know Mickey Loomis knows this. i know sean payton knows this that the history of paying wide receivers that kind of money it just hasn't worked it just hasn't worked maybe michael thomas and the saints will be the first one to disprove this notion perhaps that'll happen but i gotta think it won't especially when you consider drew brees is on his way off into the sunset will that's this year next year couple years down the road you could have a twenty million dollar receiver catching passes from quarterback who hasn't started a game a meaningful game in the n._f._l. either ever or in multiple years ever in the case of tastes and hill multiple years if it's teddy bridgewater i like teddy bridgewater i've said that before but he's not drew brees you think michael thomas is going to get one hundred passes a year From teddy Bridgewater. Day one seamless transition. I don't think so. the writing's on the wall here i'm not debating what the saints are going to do the saints from all indications sean payton said in that press conference What Mickey Loomis is said, on Sirius XM radio last week. this deal's going to get done it just a matter of is it twenty million dollars to twenty one is nineteen how much guaranteed money what's the link that's what's being debated right now the steals gonna get done but for the saints to continue success after this drew brees area which is quickly approaching its end they've got to have extremely extremely shrewd salary cap management which in the last three years they have been remember all the the trouble salary cap trouble the big odd in Four or five years ago. there's a lot of it they led the league in dead money because they had to cut these guys thanks for four straight years you don't want to go back to those days you don't want to go back to those days in fact they've never really paid a receiver that kind of money whether it was marcus colston or brandin cooks they traded him before he was up for a contractor whoever it was in the sean payton mickey lima sarah i hope they don't regret this decision and i understand why it looks like they're going to do it like i said it's a lose lose for them but in my mind i'm telling you if i was running any n._f._l. franchise and this is just the the brutal reality of this industry i don't care if it's the saints the patriots the falcons the cowboys whoever it is across the league if i'm running any n._f._l. franchise i'm not paying a receiver that much this position and it's unfortunate it's unfortunate for the guys who play the position just like it was unfortunate for the guys who played the running back position for so long the running back position has become so devalued it's a surprise when running backs or even drafted in the first round anymore specially in the top after the first round and it's shocking if a running back gets anywhere over ten million dollars a year i mean people still think this levian contract and i'm one of them it's a huge mistake what they're paying levian bells especially since he sat out a year we'll see what happens
U.S. lawmakers criticize potential Facebook settlement with FTC
"Reportedly is nearing a landmark settlement with US Federal Trade Commission over its many privacy failures expect the headlines to be all about the dollar amount which is expected to be between three and five billion dollars easily dwarfing the current FTC fine record of just twenty two million dollars. But as access Dave McCabe rights today. There are several. Other things to watch for I will Facebook be forced to fundamentally change its business model, which is basically to collect user data, and then let advertisers target those users second how will the FTC track and analyze Facebook going forward, and as part of that who make sure the company remains in compliance and three and finally will the settlement include a personal penalty for Mark Zuckerberg, which arguably could have as much impact on Facebook's future direction as the larger company level fine. Because as we all know Zach isn't giving up that CEO spot anytime soon,
GDPR One Year Later: Can EU Enforce Digital-Privacy?
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. This is tech news briefing im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York and a year after the EU passed its sweeping digital privacy law countries aren't exactly hitting offenders with fines that anywhere near the levels that people feared checking in on where things stand in regards to legislation and your privacy after these tech headlines. Late last week Uber clinched a one billion dollar investment in its self driving car unit as it prepares for an initial public offering the investment, which includes money from Toyota and auto parts maker Denzo values. The driverless car division at seven point two five billion dollars. Checking in on sprinted as long touted adding new wireless connections for six straight years. However, the journal learns that what they didn't say until now is that many of those gains were free lines or existing customers that switched services with its proposed merger with t mobile under pressure. The wireless carrier told regulators late last week that its performance isn't as strong as it appears and it will struggle to operate as a standalone company, and as the Wall Street Journal reported antitrust enforcement, staff members recently told T mobile and sprint execs. They're unlikely to bless the deal as it's currently structured so van MOS latest effort to gain a profit off its massive, but still not lucrative user base. Involves a decidedly old school idea credit cards. The journal learned that van is close to selecting synchrony financial as its credit card issuer and is hoping to announce the car this year coming up the general data protection regulation e u law was passed last year. Where your privacy and law stands today? Support for this podcast and the following message come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. Last year, the general data protection regulation law. We know it has GDP are went into effect in the EU the legislation cracks down on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union. And if you need a quick primer. The Wall Street Journal's Catherine at stop has more. This is Europe's landmark data protection regulation. It's years in the making, and there there was a lot of alarm before it came into effect and really in the early days after it took effect about the very strict safeguards privacy safeguards that it forces companies to take if forces them to be transparent with people about how their data is used forces companies to disclose to regulators within seventy two hours if they've had a breach of anybody's personal data. So a lot of totally new things for companies that had the really consulting lawyers like crazy and changing their business models and on top of all those new. Do restrictions in that law. It also came with really high fines of up to four percent of a company's global turnover or twenty million euros around twenty two million dollars, whichever is higher. So not only did companies really need to scramble to make sure that they could comply with the law. They are also scared that they could be hit with very high fines if they violated it. There was a lot of kind of confusion in the early days. What what provisions apply here too? What kinds of companies, you know, I think the Lisbon great for lawyers because they had a lot of work helping companies figure out how to actually comply with us a lot because it's very long and complex. If you remember many companies were concerned about the high ceiling for fines. I contacted regulators in every single EU country and in Germany, there are sixteen regulators that can actually impose finds under this law. So I contacted all of them to and I asked them have you imposed fines so far. And if so how many? How higher the fines and a lot of regulators. Haven't announced this kind of information publicly at some of them have. And what I found is that despite all of this concern that we heard and have been hearing over the last year from companies about these potentially very high fines of up to four percent of global turnover. There really haven't been any funds that come even close to that the highest fine. We've we've heard of under this law. So far was in January. It was the French regulator imposed a fine against Google for fifty million euros, which sounds really high. It is less than one percent of Google's global turnover though. And after that the second highest penalty was for around four hundred thousand euros. They're actually been sixteen a European countries that haven't issued any finds it at all. And then there are some that have issued quite a few. So in Germany, there's there have been more than fifty fines under this largest in the last several months so with a year behind us where does that legislation stand? It could really. Pick up especially because we see some some regulators that haven't issued any finds yet. So far are still investigating really big data breaches that we know about for example, the UK regulator is investigating Marriott's data breach. That they reported last year that exposed personal data from over three hundred million people or up to that amount. So it's possible. We will see some some more big fines. It's also possible that they're just cultural differences between these regulators in different countries. And that some think fines are the way to go to send a message to companies that this is not what you do with with people's personal data. Whereas other regulators may not issue, you know, financial penalties. But they might ask a company to stop certain practice. You're probably still wondering about those fines, even though it seems that companies worst fear of you know, being hit with these really high fines of up to four percent of their global turnover hasn't really turned out to. True so far. At least what we are seeing is companies are concerned about the huge disparity between some of these fines because the lowest fine was for one hundred and one dollars against private person. So companies are saying we just don't understand how these fines are calculated. We can't really predict how a regulator decides. Whether to find us at all, you can read more about the general data protection regulation, and where it stands at wsJcom had to WSJ pro cyber security for more reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does thanks for listening.
Nike, Tiger Woods & the Long Game
"Woods has just won his fifteenth. Major. And I think it's the fifth time. Now, he's one the US masters and to me what is interesting about. This is not the Gulf because quite frankly, I don't really follow the golf. But to me, it's interesting story in branding because Nike who have stuck with him since he went pro back in ninety six through two thousand nine when he had he's big six scandal. I think it was two thousand seventeen he had a big drink-driving issue, which became big news. They stuck with him. All the way through out saying, listen, the guys got some issues. He's working through them. We're gonna be there with him. And today this aying that the coverage of just the fun around of the masters the brand exposure that Nike just purely by the Nike Swoosh all over his uniform all over his his clothes was worth that exposure was worth in the final round alone. My Jew was within excessive twenty two million dollars. And that doesn't count. All of the clothes that they sold out of all of the Tiga branded clothes in peril base old out of in the store, and to me, the interesting story about that is that it kind of exemplifies that branding is really alone guy. It's for the long term. It's not a short term play. And for whatever reason Nike have decided, not whatever reason, I think, we know the reason Tiga clearly has identified himself as a champion of Gulf. They identified that early. They said listen, he's personally shoes way on a drawer line. We're going to separate the personally shoes from the professional Gulf because from out brand perspective. That's what we stand for. Now. We can argue all day long with that's a right or wrong moral stance. But I think the funny thing about sports that I think people tend to forgive those kind of personal failures if you like as long as you perform a professional scale and go and kill somebody infidelities and things like that. Frankly, don't seem to matter a great deal when it comes to sports, certainly from a brand value perspective. At least not in the long term. And again, that's where branding goes. I think it's also an interesting story about the brand of Tiger Woods himself. He's started off as a champion. And he got went through some issues got through those issues come out the other side, and in many ways, I think he probably wins a few more fans out of something like this as well. And again going back to that issue of what works, and what doesn't work for this particular type of Saguenay if you like the sports athletes segment of branding. If we want to look at that for whatever those reasons are, right, wrong, or indifferent. It seems that the market consumers of decided, well, we actually don't care so much. If these guys do the wrong thing, we understand the human. We understanding to make mistakes we only really care about them as professional athletes as long as do anything to dressed. So I think from a brand perspective again, the other listen to learn is that what seems to be black. White maybe in any other sigma the world any other facet of your life. Doesn't necessarily hold true when it comes to the brand if the market for your particular brand has decided and declared we'll those things not important is not suggesting that we should all go off and try the Tiger Woods apprised brandy. But I do think it's an interesting observation that the the consumers seem to have forgiven him the market seems to have forgiven him for his failures that acknowledged that. He's might mistake. He's acknowledges made a mistake. He's come up. He's got through it. And now everyone is back on the train. So again, not from a brand. Sorry, not from sporting perspective, not from a personal perspective. But I think purely from a brand perspective. It's a really interesting case study what's going on with Tiger Woods over the last few years. And where it's ended up today already.
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on The Money Guy Show
"This is his quote, this is the part that was so valuable. He says it's a Russian roulette equation, usually win occasionally die make financial sense for someone who gets a piece of the company's upside, but does not share in its outside. But this strategy would be madness for Berkshire rational people. This is bold face this rational, people don't risk what they have and need for what they do. Don't have. And don't need that's worth repeating rational. People. Don't risk what they have in need for what they don't have. And don't need. That's the dudes poet. It's unbelievable. How simple that is. In often. We in our own lives kind of screw that up the Russian roulette equation works out most of the time. But occasionally that is I mean that is a gives you a perfect narrative understanding, here's Warren's take equity our level of equity capital is a different story berkshires re forty nine billion is unmatched in corporate America. But you know, when you I hear number three hundred forty nine billion, do you know what Warren sorted with nineteen sixty five. It was twenty two million dollars. That was his initial investment. Berkshire Hathaway so unbelievable now we're three hundred and forty nine billion. He's talking about how this compound interest is magical just happened equity. If especially keeping the retained earnings can have tremendous value. Now, how do we relate this personal finance because there's definitely a correlation? One of the things I thought it was beautiful is questionable one are you using debt wisely? Do you operate under the same assumption that when you utilize debt you're playing Russian roulette is it something where you want to win most of the time, but occasionally you're dead. Or is it something you ought to handle a little more care? And then Secondly, are you taking advantage of advanced strategies that might make sense for your situation. He talks about how the deferred income tax is built into the unrealized gains in his equity holdings, and how because of that he's been able to grow tax free until he realizes that a lot of the equity capital inside a Berkshire Hathaway. Well, that's no different than you recognizing. Maybe you're someone who has a four one K plan that has really cool things like self directed brokerage options or after tax contributions are in service withdrawals. If you're someone who lives in that world where there are some advanced benefits you might want. To think about taking advantage of those. Because those are how you go from just a really good financial situation to a great highly optimized highly efficient financial situation, I was thinking about the fact these talking about how also the tax efficiency because he uses as interest free loan yet. Because if you have a lot of trading and turnover yet, the government makes you pay taxes on any gains and other things like that think about with mutual fund companies with active management that are constantly issuing out those capital gains. If you bond index fund this so much more tax efficient. It just allows you to let your money keep working and keep strong rowing instead of being distributed out and paying taxes on it. Like Warren would do it lesson number six, and this this isn't really my bucket list. But Warren has a handful of human beings that when they read this letter, you gotta just blonde. Joe this, you know, how badly I'll want warranted dote on me the way that he doubts on the handful Agasi talks broad this could be my letter to you know. Retiring you write this letter to me, that's probably what it would be lesson. Number six, surround yourself with good people. This is under the section of gyco and Tony nicely. What an awesome appropriate name. And here's what I thought was interesting is that Tony join gyco in nineteen sixty one at the age of eighteen that's crazy. Listen this career journey because this is this is exceptional and unusual at the same time. So and then so warrant in them didn't even start buying gyco. We all know that. Berkshire Hathaway owns gyco insurance. It all started in nineteen seventy six Warren liked the currency. Oh at that time..
The Story of GE's $22 Billion Writedown
"Electric is scheduled to update its financial outlook on Thursday and the struggling conglomerate might be asked to explain the massive amounts of goodwill that it's recorded then written down. The Wall Street Journal's Michael Rapaport has written a piece about how GE built up then wrote down twenty two billion dollars in goodwill. Michael joins us in our studio. Michael first of all tell us what goodwill is and how GE has employed over the past few years. Goodwill is an asset that a company recognizes when it buys another company it basically reflects the difference between the costs it paid require the of the company and the value of the assets as it acquire like its properties in real estate. And the difference essentially goes on a company's balance sheet is goodwill, but gee, made some fairly unusual decisions. When it bought the French company Alstom MAC in twenty fifteen and recorded thirteen point five billion dollars in goodwill. Even though it had only paid him at ten billion dollars for the company, and that was followed by smother unusual decisions in they. Boosted that amount of goodwill more than seventeen billion. They kept all that good role in their Brooks. Even when they arguably should should have taken a right down right down in value when their business started going sour until he finally took that big twenty two million dollar right down to the fall of twenty eighteen you, quote, a Penn State university associate professor of accounting ever cats as saying that while GE's accounting follows the rules. He couldn't recall another case in which the goodwill accompany recognized from a deal exceeded his costs, and you quote him saying the justification is on the aggressive side. That's right. He's a candidate with when accounting rules, which are very elaborate and very complex in terms of how come to calculates the amount of goodwill. It puts on its books, but as in some other areas to the Wall Street Journal reporter on the past jeez. Accounting was seen as aggressive by. But pushing the boundaries by by number of accounting experts, and these maneuvers that you tell us about is this how GE ended up totaling twenty two billion dollars in goodwill. As does it add up to that? Well, the good-will. Geez. Books comes from from a bunch. Of past acquisitions, and then also was only the biggest most recent of them a lot of goodwill went into their at their power unit. That started having such problems. What happens is that a company has to test its goodwill every year, it has to that the value of the reporting unit that contains a good role is still high enough to justify carrying if you'll be reporting. You're the Tony worth five billion dollars. But his ten billion dollars worth of goodwill. That doesn't make sense that that means that value has to be written down. Gene kept testing that goodwill as as was required until it finally in the fall of two thousand eighteen reach a conclusion that the value of of some of its power reporting units could no longer support Terry men of goodwill. And that's when I took the right down, right? Isn't it questionable because the right down has the effective shielding and assets problems from investors aren't they titled to now. Yes, they are. And what happens is that keeping all that goodwill and jeeze books that contributes towards shareholder equity its book value there that the value actually in the company actually owned by investors having that on there. Kind of mask the fact that when you take out that goodwill which afterwards intangible did it doesn't produce anything for the company. Geez. Book value was actually sharply negative since about mid twenty sixteen having all that goodwill, essentially, what g did import was recognized al-shams acid says goodwill as opposed to some of the more tangible assets, they lowered the value of some of the tangible assets, while increasing the value of the goodwill that benefit g because mo- many types of assets you have to they lose valuable for a period of time.
Lawmakers grill pharmaceutical executives over drug prices, but CEOs avoid big pledges
"Johnson invested eight point four billion dollars in research and development last year in the search for medical breakthroughs democrat Maria Cantwell of Washington state press, the executives to acknowledge that the government could help bring prices down. I'm asking a really basic question like the VA's ability to negotiate on drug prices. Do you think that states having that same ability drives down price? I would say that the VA would get a lower price in the states. We get a lower price. If you're willing to go into an environment where that could be imposed by states were the federal government. The here he comes as President Trump targets drug costs. He's proposed ending Medicare and Medicaid rebates to middlemen. And cutting the price Medicare pays for some drugs at long last, the drug companies in foreign countries will be held accountable for how they rigged the system against American consumers today. Senators threatened congressional action several zeroed in on Richard Gonzales CEO of abbey. The maker of Humira it's the best selling drug in the world used for rheumatoid arthritis and other diseases yearly sales nearly twenty billion dollars over the last six years the drugs prices doubled to thirty eight thousand dollars a year more than one hundred Abby patents and deals with other drugmakers mean that lower price competitive. Hitters will not hit the US market before twenty twenty three how many patents one hundred and thirty six patent one hundred and thirty six patents on one drug. But well, remember Humira is like nine different drugs or ten different drugs. So I just sit stabbing. Now's the same molecule it is the same molecule, but it treats different conditions. And if you look at that that portfolio. So you use the molecule to treat different conditions. You can get a patent on that that treatment. Certainly, I know this gorgeous topic is the subject of within the jurisdiction of the finance committee. But those of us like you and me, and who are also on the judiciary committee that has jurisdiction over the patent system. I think this is an area that we need to look in through our judiciary committee Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon the panel's top democrat asking solace. If his compensation which was twenty two million dollars in two thousand seventeen is tied to Humira sales. Would you make a smaller bonus? If you drop the price of Humira Humira was one element of a set of financial factors that were evaluated as part of my compensation. It's obviously a very significant product for us. So it's clear that would be part of that evaluation. I'd like that with in writing within ten days medicine, some CEOs like Merck's, Ken Frazier. Said they were willing to do things like eliminating discounts that help protect their market shares overall companies defended their practices. No, one company can unilaterally lower prices without running into financial and operating disadvantages by the hearings N widen. And other lawmakers said they were far from satisfied. I've heard a lot of happy talk this morning. Today's hearing featured more bipartisan criticism than in the past. But it's far from clear what action congress will take as drug prices continue to
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"This tax cut would reach approximately eighty six percent of tax filers. Wow, Everts proposal would devote three hundred forty million dollars in state income tax revenue to middle class tax relief under income tax policy implemented in the past eight years in Wisconsin just last year eleven filers in Wisconsin making more than thirty million dollars a year. We're projected to be eligible for twenty two million dollars in tax breaks. Nearly eighty percent of Scott Walker's giveaway goes to filers making more than a million dollars a year while the average tax cut for filers making under three hundred thousand dollars a year. Is just five dollars. So we need to make that a little more fair. So the Republican legislature got to work for Tony Iverson got to work crafting that middle class tax cut. We will get into this in more depth. But I want to go to some breaking news producer, Dave. This is Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson providing an update on the arrest and criminal charging against empire. Actor jussie smollet. Let's go to the chief look at the hatred and suffering associated with that symbol and see an opportunity to manipulate the symbol to further his own public profile. How can an individual who's been embraced by the city of Chicago turnaround and slap everyone in this city in the face by making these false claims. Bogus. Police reports. Calls real harm. They do harm to every legitimate victim. Who's in need of support by police and investigators as well as the citizens of the city? Chicago host one of the largest pride parades in the world. And we're proud of that as a police department and also has a city. We do not know will we ever tolerate hate in our city whether that hate is based on an individual's sexual orientation race or anything else. I'm offended by what's happened. And I'm also angry. I love the city of Chicago. And the Chicago police department warts and all this publicity. Stunt was a Scottish Kogyo didn't earn and certainly didn't deserve make things worse. Accusations within this phony attack received national attention for weeks. Celebrities, news commentators and even presidential candidates weighed in on something that was choreographed by an actor. I smell it attempted to gain attention by sending a false letter that relied on racial, homophobic, and political language. When that didn't work. Malate pay thirty five hundred dollars to stage this attack and draft Chicago's reputation through the mud and the process, and why this stunt was orchestrated by Smolin because he was dissatisfied with his salary. So he concocted a story about being attacked. Dr city has problems. We know that. We have problems that have effective people from all walks of life. And we know that. But to put the national spotlight on Chicago for something that is both egregious and untrue is simply shameful. I'm also concerned about what this means moving forward for hate crimes. Now, of course, the Chicago police department will continue to investigate all reports of these types of incidents with the same amount of vigor that we did with this one. My concern is that hate crimes would now publicly be met with a level of skepticism that previously. Didn't it didn't happen. Smolin was treated as a victim throughout this investigation until we receive evidence that led detectives in another direction. I couldn't be more proud of the relenting detective work that went into this investigation. I couldn't be more proud of every investigated. Played a part in it. Detective work that we saw in. This case is indicative of the work that our detectives do every day in this city. This case in particular. Involved hours of video evidence, which when combined with old fashioned police work uncovered the truth. These detectors deserve all the credit in the world for carefully analyzing the leads and the evidence for weeks before coming to their conclusion I'd also like to thank the FBI for their helping this investigation. The FBI is partnership with CPI has been pivotal in this particular case, I only hope that the truth about what happened receives the same amount of attention that the host did continue to pray but his troubled young man who resorted to both drastic in legal tactics to gain attention. I'll also continue to pray for our city asking that we can move forward from this and began to heal. Now, I'd like to call up commander Edward wide. Nikki who personally led this patient and deliberate investigation to walk everyone through how the Chicago police department arrived at this point that was Chicago police superintendent, Eddie Johnson. I apologize for the rapid. Switch from governor Everts tax cuts. But I want to get some more details on this. Let's go back to this news conference. You're listening to the Dan O'Donnell show. Okay. The.
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Advocates also say the change would allow first responders to focus on the most. Serious emergencies. Mike rossier? Washington northwest Indiana hospital is charged with overbilling Medicare the health and human services department says community hospital in monster overbuilt by at least twenty two million dollars during a recent to year period complying with billing requirements and fewer than half the reviewed claims and audit blamed the situation on the hospitals lack of adequate control recommends the hospital be required to pay back. The money spokesman says the hospital vehemently denies the findings says the audit was flawed a north Michigan avenue office worker says she is now officially a believer in guardian. Angels. After what happened in her office yesterday WBZ 'em. Steve Miller explains. This was the day that Susan McDonald decided not to come into work at four forty four north Michigan and about eight she got a call from a worker who said a bowling ball sized piece of ice. Nice had crashed through McDonald's. Thirtieth floor office went out, then she got photos really looks like. Wow. Came in the office, shards of glass everywhere. Get rid of the chair they through the keyboard out and monitors are being pitched and her desk is right in front of the west facing window. Her co worker told her few was reluctant to send her the photos. She I don't want to send you the picture because I think you'll be really frightening, and you're never gonna wanna. So with the amount of glass in your office. You may not want to come back til spring anyway. Mcdonald's says she is now officially a believer. In guardian. Angels. Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM. Louisiana state university says nine members of a fraternity have been arrested on hazing charges. The allegation stemmed from the fall of two thousand eighteen the frat members or accused of among other things urinating on pledges while they were laying face down in broken glass. This will be the first case to be tried after a new law passed by the Louisiana legislature there groover act flew through the legislature last year and was publicly championed by a number of state leaders like governor John Bel Edwards. Who said they wanted to send a message with tougher hazing densities. Max groover died in two thousand seventeen of alcohol poisoning at an LSU fraternity house legal analyst Tim mesh says that puts the students defense at notable disadvantage right from the start. This is the first high-profile arrest under the max Gruber at suspect that they're going to be treated extra harshly. Jim hanso for CBS news, New Orleans. WBZ news time three thirty six. Hi, I'm.
What might help Apple sell more iPhones? Cheaper iPhones
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. And by Lenovo for small business when it comes to IT Lenovo dedicated to offering solutions that can make a difference for you and your company from devices to technology services to learn more. Visit WWW dot Lenovo dot com slash S M B powered by Intel. Hey, you know, what might help apple sell more phones cheaper iphones from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Apple released its earnings yesterday afternoon. And although it met its lowered expectations revenue from phones was down. Fifteen percent over the same quarter last year and the future trend is also down for years. Apple smartphone strategy has been to make premium devices with a premium price tag, a thousand bucks is basically the starting price for a new flagship iphone, but those prices are hard to swallow in China and India markets apple is depending on to grow. It's global market share. And even here in the US consumers just aren't upgrading their phones as much as they used to duly. Ask is principal analyst at Forrester research. I asked her if apple can keep commanding such high prices, they've relied on a very fluid base of consumers in the past that could afford to buy not only devices, but services and subscriptions within the ecosystem. And I think one of the things it's hard to tell. I think one of the things they're not gonna tell us is it inhibiting their ability to attract new consumers into the ecosystem. Yeah. It's interesting because it feels like. It was a strategy based on sort of an old economic model of ongoing recovery where you know, if you tie it to the broader economy, it was based on the idea that there'd be an economic recovery in wages would continue to go up and there'd be lots of consumer spending. And we're kind of not seeing that. Yeah. So we're not seeing that. And I think if you look at the opportunities for growth, it's either get the same people to upgrade faster or it's attract new consumers into your market. And you look at who those new consumers are and they're simply not as a flu inter as wealthy as the existing base there. Either young or they're living in markets where there's lower wages overall. I think the trouble with these large. Consumer electronics companies is is the smartphone came along at this time. And it's been like an amazing amazing ten to fifteen year right at this point. But there isn't like another it devices that's coming after it. That's going to make up for the revenue with the slower replacement cycles and the slower uptake from consumers in the market today. So what do you think comes next? I mean, some manufacturers are sort of bucking this trend. Oneplus is going with a cheaper phone is that overly simplistic as an answer or would cheaper phones. Help sell more phones if I were smartphone manufacturer, I would test the market with less expensive devices. And Molly I say that based on someone who studies consumer behavior the devices that are selling now in the market for a thousand dollars eleven hundred twelve hundred dollars are amazing for photography and playing video games and watching TV and when we see five G come out. It's going to be awesome. That said the vast majority of the activity that consumers are doing on these phones, it's still around communication instant messaging, texting my friends triaging, Email for work. And I don't need the latest greatest device to do that. And so I think it is reasonable to expect the consumers will say, hey, how do I really use this device, and do I really need something that caused the thousand twelve hundred dollars to triage, my Email, duly ask is principal analyst at poster research. Ch- according to the motley fool apple shipments were down ten percent in China in the third quarter of last year and down fifty percent in India over twenty eighteen. And now for some related links. We talk a lot about the Chinese market. But India is huge for smartphone makers shipments almost doubled between two thousand fourteen and twenty eighteen to one hundred and fifty million phones according to analysts and ZD net report out of New Delhi says that for a few years apple was selling its older models in India for low prices, which wasn't that thrilling because we're talking about the iphone five c here people. But then apple started pushing more expensive bones sometimes even selling models for more than they were selling for in the US that didn't fly either. And it happened just as Chinese manufacturers like Xiaomi and one plus came into India with super cool tricked out smartphones that were half the price of the iphone. So you could have a heck of old iphone for the same price as brand new flagship smartphone from one plus easy choice. The one plastics was released in India in twenty. Eighteen ziti net. Says its old a million units in twenty two days for comparison apple sold one point seven million units in India in all of twenty eighteen combined and on a completely different note. I totally missed that earlier this month the department of defense released a document about a twenty two million dollar program by the Defense Intelligence Agency. That was researching warp drives invisibility cloaks wormholes star gates an alien tracking. I mean say what you want about government spending. But this is how we got the internet. Also, apparently, according to an old blog post, I found about secret military projects the CIA once tried putting listening devices on house cats, not every idea is a hit you guys. But I'm holding out hope for the wormholes. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM Carolina in Brooklyn New York wrote to tell us she's a longtime fan of marketplace, tech and appreciates the content and the mission thinks Caroline to join her and keeping marketplace tech going strong donate online today. Marketplace dot org, and thanks to Caroline and all the marketplace investors who make our work possible. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Cronos FM L A F L essay ACA EEOC it's harder than ever for businesses to keep up with today's evolving, alphabet soup of regulations. 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"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
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"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And is in fact the money that was spent the twenty two million dollars was that all sap the bass the private contractor or was that a tip the program that you were directly involved with or how did it fit together and you say well a lot of folks have come to me and said well why don't you just tell people it was originally called all sap and the the truth matter is from two thousand seven to two thousand eight of the program was initially called advanced aerospace weapon systems application program but i wasn't really part of that program in two thousand eight the name was formally changed to advance aerospace threat identification program and the decision was made to refine and free focus the effort only on the if you will the ua p phenomena on what it is and how it works and frankly with a hell of a lot of help from the great folks over at bigelow aerospace of scientists and researchers over there we were able to successfully do that all sap was a slightly larger focus program and we really quickly realized it's it was basically taking a shotgun approach to the problem and what we needed was a sniper rifle so basically what we decided to do was was focus at the aperture on what it is we're trying to achieve and even then we had just countless numbers have reports and studies coming in enough to keep us busy frankly for the next twenty thirty years so the program was called awsat from two thousand seven to two thousand eight i came in in two thousand eight as a name was changing and quite frankly it was under a another person's leadership and i didn't feel that i have the the right to talk about it it wasn't my program so a lot of folks well why didn't you say it was called that or you're part of that truth be told i wasn't part of it i was part of tip as a name was transitioning and if you wanna know about all saffir not you but let anybody out there wants to know about all shop they would have to ask that question to to the person who was running the program at the time i just don't feel i have the right to do it and i certainly out of out of respect for that person's privacy i haven't mentioned the name i suspect when that person's ready to have the conversation then that person will have it but until then i don't feel i have the right to really discuss what happened in a program that i wasn't really part of her very long in the story that we produced and aired here las vegas at the letter written by senator reid talking about the the study the east talking about what had been conducted under the auspices of this private contractor defending it as being very valuable and he wanted it to qualify as.
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And is in fact the money that was spent the twenty two million dollars was that all sap the bass the private contractor or was that eight tip the program that you were directly involved with or how did it fit together and you say well a lot of folks have come to me and said well why don't you just tell people it was originally called off app and the the truth matter is from two thousand seven to two thousand eight of the program was initially called advanced aerospace weapon systems application program but i wasn't really part of that program been two thousand eight the name was formally changed to advance aerospace threat identification program and the decision was made to refine and free focused the effort only on the if you will the ua phenomenon on what it is and how it works and and frankly with a hell of a lot of help from the great folks over at bigelow aerospace a scientist and the researchers over there we were able to successfully do that all sap was a slightly larger focus program and we we quickly realized it it was basically taking a shotgun approach to the problem and what we needed was a sniper rifle so basically what we decided to do was was focus the aperture on what it is we're trying to achieve and even then we had just countless numbers have report and and studies coming in enough to keep us busy frankly for the next twenty thirty years so the program was called off sap from two thousand seven to two thousand eight i came in in two thousand eight as name was changing and quite frankly it was under another person's leadership and i didn't feel that i have the the right to talk about it it wasn't my program so a lot of folks say well why didn't you say it was called that are part of that truth be told i wasn't part of it i was part of a tip as a name was transitioning and if you wanna know about all sap or not you but let anybody out there wants to know about all shop they would have to ask that question to to the person who was running the program at the time i just i don't feel i have the the right to do it and i certainly out of out of respect for that person's privacy i haven't mentioned the name i suspect when that person's ready to have a conversation then that person will have it but until then i don't feel i have the right to really discuss what happened in a program that i wasn't really part of for very long in the story that we produced an aired here in las vegas the letter written by senator reid talking about the the study the east talking about what had been conducted under the auspices of this private contractor defending it as being very valuable and he wanted it to qualify as.
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on WRVA
"And is in fact the money that was spent the twenty two million dollars was that all sap the bass the private contractor or was that a tip the program that you were directly involved with or how did it fit together and you say well a lot of folks have come to me and said well why don't you just tell people what was originally called us app and the the truth matter is from two thousand seven to two thousand eight of the program was initially called advanced aerospace weapon systems application program but i wasn't really part of that program been two thousand eight the name was formally changed to advance aerospace threat identification program and the decision was made to refine and refocus the effort only on the if you will the ua p phenomena on what it is and how it works and and frankly with a hell of a lot of help from the great folks over at bigelow aerospace a scientist and the researchers over there we were able to successfully do that alsop was a slightly larger focus program and we quickly realized it was basically taking a shotgun approach to the problem and what we needed was a sniper rifle so basically what we decided to do was was focus at the aperture on what it is we're trying to achieve and even then we had just countless numbers have reports and studies coming in enough to keep us busy frankly for the next twenty thirty years so the program was called off sap from two thousand seven to two thousand eight i came in in two thousand eight as a name was changing and quite frankly it was under a another person's leadership and i didn't feel that i have the the right to talk about it wasn't my program so a lot of folks say well why did you say it was called that or you were part of that truth be told i wasn't part of it i was part of a tip has a name was transitioning and if you wanna know about all sapper not you but let anybody out there wants to know about all sap they would have to ask that question to to the person who was running the program at the time i just don't feel i have the the right to do it and i certainly out of out of respect for that person's privacy i haven't mentioned the name i suspect when that person's ready to have a conversation then that person will have it but until then i don't feel i have the right to really discuss what happened in a program that i wasn't really part of her very long in the story that we produced and aired here las vegas at the letter written by senator reid talking about the the study the east talk about what had been conducted under the auspices of this private contractor defending it as being very valuable and.
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Twenty two million dollars two hundred plus businesses in our neighborhoods that are struggling neighborhoods will get an infusion of about one hundred thousand dollars so they can knock down a wall expand to a new neighborhood and that area total cost of the project six hundred million dollars in its expected to open in twenty twenty at city hall craig delamore newsradio on one zero five point nine fm no response yet from executives are deerfield based walgreens over new lawsuit from the state of kentucky grains has been sued by kentucky attorney general andy bushier for quote excessively distributing and dispensing opioids in the state helping to fuel kentucky's drug epidemic but she said that while walgreen slogan was at the corner of happy and healthy that company has significantly harmed the health of many kentucky families jim krasula cbs news greensboro north carolina researchers had ohio state university conclude that people who believe in god tend to live longer study finds that people with religious beliefs tend to live about four years longer on average than those not identified with a specific faith key reason according to ohio state psychologist laura wallace jen's afford people opportunities to connect with others lifestyle practices and guidelines also were factors in jeopardy the research included analysis of newspaper obituaries and several dozen major us cities gary nunn cbs news no arrests far carjacking this morning in the austin neighborhood in chicago woman says a man a masked man pulled out a gun in order who out of her vehicle just before two am on the cross avenue south of lake st he was not hurt and attorney says environmental groups have asked the state of court to reconsider its ruling shooting down a lawsuit over the proposed on a toll road governor rauner show that controversial forty seven mile toll road proposal three years ago but opponents have gone to court to stop the project for good wbz news time six fifty three market news flow here with a.
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"So the question becomes i when i see that i say well if the turnpike and bridget thority if ron how the student loan authority rhode island housing all these other organizations have this much money sitting there to be scoop at the general assembly what are they doing that has them running these kinds of surpluses and what does that money for it what would you say that while in in the turnpike and bridges case we have a ten year capital plan that is two hundred twenty five million dollars to work on four bridges and the roads and and the the water system that were involved with with that being said currently this year we're spending twenty two million dollars on four bridges so we're dealing in real numbers big projects and one of the things that we've done our very best to do when you look at our toll rate we get monies from toll revenues and we get it from gas tax what were these attempted to do is do more pay as you go as opposed the more borrowing we think it's fiscally more prudent to get down that path and when we borrow money so we do we have a ten year plan then we go to our consultant tolling consultant we crunch the numbers we look at where our toll revenue is where toll increases might be based on the projects in front of us and we factor into revenue into that formula as well as we look at other funds such as reserves into that formula so when we then end up borrowing and we float the bonds it's a pretty complicated formula so to that end we pay for our bonds and we've got i think it's one hundred and sixty something million out in bonds in two different tranches was paid off in twenty forty the more we borrow the more interest there is the more we use pay go the less interest in the more we think is fiscally prudent so when you when you're when you're creating this the con the the actual amount of tolls planning for that you're planning a mix and you're saying you're trying to lean towards paying as you go where we're gonna we're gonna raises money we're gonna save it up over a year or whatever it is and or just and pay for the project as come up rather than borrowing borrowing against ready to do it.
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on WCHS
"You under twenty two million dollars now let's go to a christian campbell president of aft west virginia daily president of the west virginia education association good morning to you both appreciate criminal thanks for waiting i know it's kind of hectic now appreciate your hate waiting while we interview the governor dale let me start with you uh they're west on meeting this morning i think you were in with the house leadership and may be the senate leadership came over as well i can you tell us if there was any progress in that meeting dale actually dale is calling bank in because he lost service always good to talk to you was running progress soon there was progress in the sense that we've met with the speaker a couple of times in the last few days and we actually had the senate president and majority leader with us today so that was uh step in the right direction we did have a good discussion we know that there's some uh differences of opinions between uh the house the senate and of course the governor's office as we saw in just heard him talking about calling for a special session and even though that has to do with gas i mean are folks have been saying lake we need severance on gas because we have been giving away our natural resources for uh years but they did that kinda of revenue there are still is new commitment to dedicate uh anything specific to what uh the problems are with pia i think the task force as they have for him to say yes we're going to have a task force uh that we'll have different people on it and we would want to ensure that there is equal representation on that task force that if you're talking about elected representatives and that and stakeholders then we wanna make sure that all the seats uh uh the table have a true balance and representation of the people that are directly affected by jail than me i think we have deal on al deal give us your reaction.
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on First Take
"To my team loyal that might be subtraction by addition so i'm not i'm just not sure that's the right move to make here's what i would do kevin love making about twenty two million dollars this year kevin love i don't care what anybody says he does a he does the excited about the situation that exist in cleveland i think it's one of those situations where kevin love has incredible value he's big he could shoot he can spread the floor he complained today system he's a character guy as well regardless of what anybody tries to depict him as he tried to be a distraction are trying to bring a team down and then and not only that he's in the nba and if you're white you can play trust me that works for you from a marketing perspective don't doubt it will once second if i am the cleveland cavaliers are probably need another team to do it max i don't know how they would pull it off but i would package kevin love what whatever else you could to do everything you care to get your hands on anthony davis the pelican hormone anywhere or or listen to me listen what i'm saying you can get anthony made as they go do it i let you speak let me hit let me just break decide you had to change you should admitted her off the top match what it's okay nonavailability canada walesa who is available nobody's available right now to other available that's where the trade deadline is all about the situation a sip widow anthony davis in all likelihood is believed to be an individual that is not going to want to stay in new orleans you are worried about look braun at what his future holds if you look at the broader stay with me on this max okay there were houston already took it houston are ready to get james harden they've got to re up cp three they're ready made that commitment to him okay off off the book they know what they're trying to do okay you got so you've got that situation and new many teams if you want the braun five years two hundred plus million take a less than a max that's just the message that he has set to every body it may very well be the easiest thing for him to do would be to stay in cleveland put there's no incentive to do.
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Work the minute you hear his voice you'll go oh that's going to be next hour serious question here with the super bowl being where we are right now and we think about you know tom brady and you think about the patriots at how how anyone could ever replicate this tom brady makes twenty two million dollars next year which puts him in the top ten ish if blake bordeaux's is is value priced at nineteen million in that is appropriate i mean if that is the appropriate value form and it might be when you look at this list at nineteen million dollars what is brady actually i mean seriously if the cap is near one hundred eighty comey and that that's the biggest piece of this that stones me when you think about quarterback valuations because on brady off the patriots john well i mean not at all in but the meal that defence gave up oil tony yards i know i know there were fifth in scoring but they gave up a ton of yards dow tom brady i have to look at this the worth everything you can pay the maybe as we dig into the numbers though it starts to make sense of what the jacks are thinking with blake bully again to your point they knew about the wrist injury the wrist injury is not new uh they they he gets the surgery now at the end of the season and when they authorized that surgery there essentially say hey we know you may not be ready to pass a physical at the beginning of the year which means we are locked into guaranteed to pay eur ninety million dollars makuta like cokie kuku i that tells you wear the jags are i'm blake which means something does it mean that they won't be in the market this year now the mean that they won't go look at the draft no zip to your point maybe they still a with with available capspace maybe they still decide they're going to go after it also means a model of to and and decided hey with the amount of money that the browns have keep in mind the browns have more money than anybody in it's not even close going into it maybe maybe they just figure hey we don't wanna get into a bidding war for cousins because whatever anybody iras.
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And you have three kids that's fourteen 100 times three that goes off the five thousand dollar income tax liability that you had that is a winwin for young families and families in general that have children so that that money can be used on education and furthering the economic growth of the country people do better with their own money and making their own decisions was their own money then the government can ever make with their money period now one of the other provisions in the bills that you can pass airs up to twenty two million dollars taxfree and some saying you see you see this is for the rich friends let me share something with you a my dad died a year ago we just sold his big ranch in california about a month ago and at the end of the day i know a lot of ranchers in the california area because i grew up in california in the bible belt of california which is the central valley and i have friends that have dareez and big cattle ranches and big allman ranches in grape branches you know california the central valley is the breadbasket of the world many of these dareez have been in the generation of the families for years and years and years and they've built up wealth unfortunately today the way the tax code reads is that if in fact you're a state is over a certain multimillion dollar capacity and if you don't have the liquidity then you have to sell the family dairy break reagan apart to pay the taxes that's not america so i'm glad that you can pass twenty two million dollars taxfree because that is going to save family farms period and a story that's what i like friends there's so much more about this in fact which you can do is go to the steve sanchez showed dot com website producer nate is going to put up tonight at the end of the show this articles so that you can see exactly what this tax bill is and what it isn't so that basically you don't get the wrong information all right on opening up the phone lines again and i want you to weigh in on the conversation what and how do you feel about this tax bill is going to benefit you do you need a tax cut are you happy with this.
"twenty two million dollars" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"In the world and they knew who was going to win because more at all this the support so what what was that all about food fis trump they're good support strange wealth whether care both humbly devised by his son in law jared kushner and do at all others not to mention mcconnell i mean mcconnell the strongly back you've i think with twenty two million dollars strange reelection and failed by ten points i mean the dismal failure but the important thing is trump went to alabama and what an he's in his speech he said these are both good man i'm supporting strange but if the other one the win i will be campaigning like hell he said for him in other words he endorsed both of the right the vote the other strange thing that happened strange there the alabama election was that the poles were dead on they were absolutely accurate the reason you didn't have an overabundance of democrats there's just a republican primary they weren't april the skew the polls because they all were republican the word april one side versus the other the other polls during the general election rolls feud because they took a disproportionate amount of democrats on their polls of course but the democrats had no dog in this fight particularly they they in fact figured more would be easier to defeat because he is controversial quote unquote they will find out differently in the election the you'll clearly win an alabama over the democrat but he will be someone may can stick pins the end they can say oh he wants it did and he said tad and he pulled out a gun at a meeting until on how terrible how terrible meanwhile the essential point to remember we got an example of germany uh undergo in exactly the same kind of antiglobalist rebellion in their election this last week that we saw in uh in the american the election and for the same recent largely uh bangla miracle invited more than a million muslim immigrants into germany put demand into all of europe because one here in one eu country or free to go to other eu countries uh we saw.