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US Nears Plan for Widescale Expulsions of Haitian Migrants
"The Biden administration is working on plans this weekend to send many of the thousands of Haitian immigrants who have gathered in a Texas border city back to their homeland it's a swift response to a huge influx of patients across the border from Mexico and our camping out around a bridge in del Rio and bathing in the river some there for as long as a week details of the plan to fly them back to Haiti were yet to be finalized but would likely involves several flights per day starting as early as Sunday according to officials who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity meanwhile Republican Texas governor Greg Abbott signed legislation Friday committing nearly two billion dollars to secure the state's borders these phones are needed because the bonds of ministrations open border policies have opened the floodgates I'm Julie Walker
With foreign funds frozen, Afghan aid groups stuck in limbo
"With the Afghan government severed from the international banking system aid groups both inside the country and abroad say they're struggling to get emergency relief basic services and funds to a population at risk of starvation among the groups struggling to function is a public health non profit the paid salaries on purchase food and fuel for hospitals the six hundred million dollars in funds which had been funneled through the Afghan health ministry that dried up overnight after the Taliban took over the capital done the countries have pledged to open the purse strings to the tune of one point two billion dollars in humanitarian aid but attempts by western governments and international finance institutions to deprive the Taliban controlled government the other funding sources until his intentions are clearer as Afghans most vulnerable citizens hurting I'm Charles Taylor that's not
Donors Pledge $1.2 Billion in Emergency Funds for Afghans
"The United Nations announced on Monday it's drummed up more than one point two billion dollars in emergency pledges for helping eleven million Afghans ahead up the first high level conference on Afghanistan since the Taliban took power a month ago western governments big traditional donors and others announced pledges the wood beyond the six hundred six million dollars that the U. N. was seeking to cover costs through the end of the year Afghans face an escalating humanitarian crisis in the homeland and millions more elsewhere in the region as the U. N. human rights chief Martin Griffiths voiced concerns about the Taliban's first steps in establishing power I'm Charles de Ledesma
Biden Orders Sweeping Vaccine or Testing Requirements for Millions of Workers
"President biden unveiled a plan to combat the delta variant of cova nineteen. That will require employers with one hundred more workers those in the medical field and federal workers to be vaccinated or undergo at least weekly kovic nineteen testing. The president is also ordering vaccination for executive branch employees as well as federal contractors with no test alternative. The new mandates will cover about one hundred million workers or two thirds of all workers in the united states. The plan calls for using the defense production act to accelerate the production of rapid at home tests for covert nineteen. The administration is procuring about two billion dollars worth in the rapid point of care and over the counter at home. Kobe tests all of the almost three hundred thousand educators who work in the federal head start program that provides early childhood education and other services will have to be vaccinated under the plan. The labor department's occupational safety and health administration plans to issue an emergency temporary standard implementing the new requirements for businesses which will cover about eighty million private sector workers businesses. That don't comply can face fines of up to fourteen thousand dollars per violation. The employers will also have to give workers paid time off to get vaccinated or to recover from any side effects of getting vaccinated. The country is now averaging more than one hundred and fifty thousand new cases a day with about fifteen hundred deaths reported daily. That's according to a new york times tracker biden's moves come with just over. Fifty percent of the overall. Us population fully vaccinated. That's according to the centers for disease control and prevention tracker. The president's plan would also double fines for those airline passengers who refused to wear a mask.
Manchin Backs as Little as $1 Trillion of Biden's $3.5 Trillion Plan
"It started off with a six trillion dollar price. Tag ben is lower to three point five trillion. Now there's reporting suggesting that. Senator joe manchin wants the total for the democrats reconciliation bill to drop as low as one to one point five trillion dollars though for what it's worth. Some people close to him say that his comfort zone is something closer to around two trillion. But here's the question. What exactly will the democrats top line number. Be the process of crafting. The bill will kick off in earnest today as the house ways and means committee. The education comedian labor committee began marking up their proposals and already there are tensions over the issues being voted on for example. We're told that the seven hundred sixty two billion dollars vision for education which includes more than four hundred fifty billion dollars for childcare at universal pre-k and hundreds of billions more for school infrastructure and free community. College won't likely make it to the white house intact. Likewise a battlefield limited resources is driving the fight over which healthcare proposals include pit into house against the senate and the white house. Now the dollar totally dictated by how much democrats can generate puts tax hikes and other revenue raisers. Which by the way is a huge area of contention itself. Democrats could find themselves with about one to two trillion dollars in revenue depending on how much they scaled back. The trump tax cuts. they'll also net a large chunk of change from the prescription drug overhaul though their sparring over details of that plan as well after the real fight will commence how to spend the money at feel like we're in like fight inception. There's a fight within a fight but then a fight anyway house speaker. Nancy pelosi acknowledged the coming battles over limited dollars. Where would you cut childcare. family medical. Leave universal pre-k both care right now. Most negotiations are taking place between house and senate leadership and the white house. But the real veto power lights with senator joe manchin and kirstin cinema so the more they communicate about what they will or won't accept the better. That's according to two senior democratic
OnlyFans Pulls a Tumblr
"Only fans announced late yesterday that it will be prohibiting users from posting any quote sexually explicit conduct unquote starting in october but will continue to allow nude photos and videos on the platform. So i guess that conduct word is key there now number one if the reaction on twitter is indicative of anything only fans is way more popular than i thought because everyone was freaking out about this last night number two. Remember when tumbler band porn. How did that work out for them. Number three. I didn't mention it this week but there were rumors floating around earlier this week. That only fans was struggling to find investors possibly due to hosting adult content a pitch deck that was circulating for only fans to attempt to raise money showed that the company was predicting five point. Nine billion dollars in gross merchandise value in twenty twenty one and one point two billion dollars in net revenue so they were looking for some financing that would value them above a billion dollars in aid of probably going public sometime in the near future. Quoting axios the rain group. A merchant bank focused on tech and telecom. This past spring began helping only fans to solicit investors several deep-pocketed firms quickly past not even engaging in serious due diligence. The money it's hoping to raise with partially cash out majority owner and porn. Mogul leo radinsky. While providing management with what one venture capitalist calls more legitimacy by the numbers any other company with growth like only fans would be able to raise big money in a matter of minutes in short only fans has a porn problem even though it never once mentions porn in it's pitch deck something that multiple investors called disingenuous some. Vc funds are prohibited from investing in content per limited partnership agreements. Several investors are concerned about minors creating subscription accounts. Although the company says it has controls in place to prevent that some investors say they could get past the porn but worry that the company's reputation would prevent it from attracting brand partners despite this week announcing a safer work product that features it's growing number of clothed
Lionel Messi's Paris Saint-Germain Deal Includes Cryptocurrency Payment
"Apologies to the sporting savvy out there bear with us. But for those who don't follow football. You should know its biggest star argentinian. Lionel messi just left the club. He's been with for most of his career barcelona to sign a two year contract with paris. Saint germain often referred to as ps g. And that's how we'll continue to refer to them here why you may ask. Are we telling you this. No it's not an attempt after our previous victory and interesting nate and sport during his last appearance to make him love the beautiful game it has to do with. Nfc's you see big. Sports stars get paid big money and just the welcome package that gave messy was worth twenty five to thirty million euros. I would like a welcome back like that. It included some. Ps g crypto currency. Fan tokens from socio dot com. These tokens let fans hold them. Vote on some minor decisions regarding the club. Like what song is played in the stadium during warm ups or the message. That will be on the captain's armband for example. So ceo's dot com says. The sale of the tokens has generated close to two hundred million dollars for its partner clubs this year. They've got a good half dozen or so Partner clubs and of course fans who buy them and then try to sell them for more than they paid them for them. And there's a brisk business in that trading volumes before messy signed with. Pse reached one point two billion dollars so giving messy a bunch of them gives him a volatile asset that he could potentially sell for millions. And these things are benefiting. Ps as well the ps fan token generated thirty million euros in sales this past week and it's estimated. Ps g keeps about half of that. If not more
"My Son Hunter" Will Be a Comedy - Because Hunter Biden Is so Ludicrous
"One thing we didn't. We didn't brian the guy. Sorry another movie called the war and all wars no. I just wanted to give him his. We definitely helped with. He is the prince. Find the writing on one thing. We did save. You know county preachy. Account be Telling people think it has to just tell the truth has to be funny because as you say it's so tragic will be funny. Oh it's just gonna be awesome The situation is ludicrous right. The situation is a joke. That drug addicted crack smoking at some of the vice president gets an eighty three eighty thousand dollars a month contract with ukrainian and gas company. He has no experience in oil and gas. By the way. I thought were also be going green now. Also as a guy who was part of one point two billion dollar chinese investment fund. This guy who who even got a gift of one hundred thousands of a chinese business eighty five thousand dollars damage breaks. It's a joke right so we have to make a joke and so and so. That's that's what we're we're gonna. It's gonna be
DOJ Reportedly Probes Crypto Company Tether
"To sources the us department of justice is probing weather executives at tether committed bank fraud in the early stages of that product. This is a big deal. Not just because tethers circulation are worth around sixty two billion dollars but also because and you read this right for various reasons tether underpins around fifty percent of all existing. Bitcoin trades at the moment quoting bloomberg tethers pivotal role in the crypto ecosystem is now well known because the token is widely used to trade bitcoin but the justice department investigation is focused on conduct. That occurred years ago win tether was in its more nascent stages specifically federal prosecutors are scrutinizing weather tether concealed from banks that transactions were linked to crypto said three people with direct knowledge of the matter who asked not to be named because the probe is confidential. Criminal charges would mark one of the most significant developments in the us government's crackdown on virtual currencies. That's because tether is by far. The most popular stable coin tokens designed to be immune to wild price swings making them ideal for buying and selling more volatile coins federal prosecutors have been circling tethers since at least twenty eighteen in recent months they sent letters to individuals alerting them that their targets of the investigation. One of the people said the notices signal that a decision on whether to bring a case could be made soon. With senior justice department officials ultimately determining whether charges are warranted the probe is reaching a tipping point as stable coins attract intense scrutiny from regulators. The us treasury department and federal reserve are among agencies concerned. That the tokens could threaten financial stability and our obscuring transactions tied to money laundering and other misconduct because they allow criminals to make payments without going through the regulated banking system
How Could Lab-Grown Meat Change the Pet Food World?
"Do we ensure that what we feed our pets is not only good for them a rich in protein and all the nutrients new to keep them healthy but good for our planet to ask many of us reduce our meat intake or opt for more sustainable animal proteins. Could we do the same for pets for the article. This episode is based on how stuff works. Spoke with greg aldrich a research associate professor in the coordinator of the pet food program the department of grain science and industry at kansas state university. He said it's all doable. I can formulate a vegetarian diet for a dog. I can make a vegan diet for a dog. it's just a lot harder to get it all balanced and then to get them to like it. The pet food institute estimates that more than one hundred and eighty million dogs and cats are living in. us households and the american pet products association reports that americans spent more than forty two billion dollars on pet foods and treats in twenty twenty alone and all of that is rough on the planet a twenty seventeen paper written by ucla researcher. Gregory oaken found that american dogs and cats are responsible through the food. They eat for the release of up to sixty four million tons of harmful greenhouse gases year. But it's not as if we're feeding our pets big slabs of brontosaurus sorace ribs and live chickens pet foods in the. Us generally have plenty of grains included. Corn is in fact. The number one ingredient used overall in cat and dog foods. According to the north american renderers relation but most pet foods do have a huge animal component. The reason for that is simple dogs and cats and you and i need protein and eating meat or meat by products is often the best. I and cheapest source of protein.
EA Acquires Another Studio
"Ea has acquired played democ for one point. Four billion dollars renan's sinclair at games industry biz. Electronic arts has agreed to purchase play dynamic from warnermedia for point. Four billion dollars in an all cash deal. The companies announced today founded in two thousand ten the manchester uk based play. Democ is best known as the developer of the mobile in facebook. Game golf clash. Well we've enjoyed working with the talented team play. Democ as they've grown golf clash beyond all expectations into a hit. Mobile game was tremendous longevity. Wb games president david haddad. Said he continues. Well we have great respect for the play. Democ team artists divest is part of our overall strategy to build games based on warner brothers. Storied franchises and quote last month. Wb games parents warnermedia announced that it would be it would be spun off of parent company. At and t. And merged with discovery in a forty three billion dollar deal but it was reported that not all of the publishers operations would be going along raising questions about the fate of the remaining studios the play democ acquisition announcement specified that the rest of the wb games portfolio is included in the deal with discovery. Play democ becomes the fourth significant for ea since december when it reached an agreement to purchase racing game specialist code masters for one point. Two billion dollars thwarting take two's interactive's take you interactive's own attempt to add the company to its portfolio if all that up with a two point one billion dollar acquisition of glue mobile in february and the addition of super supromega baseball developer metalhead software in may
Fauci: US to spend $3.2B for antiviral pills for COVID-19
"The U. S. will invest three point two billion dollars in a program to boost development of antiviral pills for cope with nineteen and other dangerous viruses that could turn into pandemics the cope with nineteen kills would be used to minimize symptoms after infection they're already being developed and Dr Anthony Fauci says the money will help speed clinical trials and give more support for research the program also aims to find new therapies for other viruses there are a few treatments that exists for many of the viruses that have what we call pandemic potential meantime the CDC says average daily new covert nineteen cases of the U. S. have hit their lowest point since the pandemic's early days and are down ninety five percent over five months Sager mag ani Washington
Biden to Return Diverted Border Wall Money, Spend Down Rest
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the bite administration plans to strip away much of the funding for wall construction on the southern border the bike that ministration plans to cut off much of the funding former president Donald Trump was using for his border wall project while also taking away the fast track status that allowed the wall project to bypass environmental regulations the Biden plan calls for returning more than two billion dollars diverted by the trump administration back to the Pentagon also the buy did ministration will not request new money for wall construction in the department of homeland security's twenty twenty two budget trump vowed to build a virtually impenetrable wall that would be paid for by Mexico but his administration put up only about four hundred fifty miles of wall including fifty two miles of new construction Mike Rossio Washington
Study: US Ski Areas Rebound Despite COVID-19 Restrictions
"The national ski areas association is reporting a strong rebound this winter despite the corona virus pandemic visits by skiers to U. S. resorts total fifty nine million for the season the national ski areas association says that's the fifth best on record Americans were looking for safe outdoor recreation CEO Kelly Pollock says from under uncertainty to a top ten season what a year many resorts were forced to close in the spring of twenty twenty in the U. S. ski industry lost at least two billion dollars that winner but about seven months later the chairlift started running again with guest embracing a new normal wearing masks standing apart in lines and writing lives only with their own group the average U. S. ski area was open thirteen days longer than last year and many small and medium sized ski areas performed well because more guests chose to stay close to home for their ski trips I'm Jennifer king
WWE Releases Braun Strowman, Aleister Black and More in Surprising Decision
"Buddy murphy. Santana garrett lana ruby riott alastair black and braun strowman all released from their. Wwe contracts are all Free agents now in the world well if professional wrestling is free agent so to speak. You know. I'm assuming that there's a ninety day non competes. Obviously i have no idea. I'm not. I don't know anything about law. I don't know anything about their contracts. I don't know anything about business. I watch a lot of wrestling but those one two three four five six superstars getting released. Come hot off the heels of last month's annex t releases velveteen dream. Jesmyn do vanessa born Schuyler story alexander wolf and those came right off the heels of april's releases from the main roster which shook the world. samoa. Joe bill kate. Peyton royce mickie. James chelsea green tucker policto beau dallas. Wesley blake and mojo rawley. And then of course. There were a handful of releases before that earlier this year. But i mean everybody's becoming a every went to business school today. You know i i. I don't think that it's levi. Came on. Here's that you know what i think you know what i think as i start to add up all the facts. I'm starting to think maybe. Wwe is preparing themselves for a sale. Like all of a sudden we all know about corporate business. Because it's the only way. I love it. That's what i love about wrestling. And i'm not saying it's not true by the way i'm not saying those. Those those thoughts are not good thoughts. I didn't great thoughts. I think that that's actually a pretty astute of sort of Analysis and a smart way of looking at what's going on. I don't think that that's there's plenty of of spots where you could see could. Wwe being sold to nbc universal. You know they're already paying two billion dollars for the network plus whatever money. They're paying for television.
Emergency program to give people $50 off internet bill
"A new emergency loan program beginning today will provide some Americans with fifty dollars off their monthly internet bill the goal of the three point two billion dollar program is to keep people online during the pandemic millions of Americans haven't had access to or can't afford broadband at a time when jobs schools and health care event online tens of millions of people are eligible you could check your eligibility by going to get emergency broadband dot org you can get a discount even if you owe your phone or cable company money more than eight hundred cell phone and home internet companies are participating I'm Mike Hampton
Texas Files to Join Florida Lawsuit Against CDC Over Cruise Order
"The state of texas has joined florida in alaska and a lawsuit against the cdc with the goal of allowing cruises to resume the state said that the agencies no sale order and conditional sailing order have cost the state one point two billion dollars in direct spending and twenty three thousand people to lose their job the filing came just one day after the port of galveston hosted a rally in support of the cruise resumption with guests including carnival cruise lines president christine duffy
Are Banks Getting Nervous About Competition From DeFi?
"What's going on guys. It is thursday may sixth and today we are asking whether banks are getting nervous about competition from defy first step however. Let's do the brief. I on the brief today makoto. Lebron is the latest company to add bitcoin to its balance sheet. This is a massive latin-american e commerce and fintech company. You may remember them for being one of the founding members of the libra association and then leaving that association a few months later. It's a company that is based in argentina but listed on nasdaq they announce as part of their q one reporting the they had added seven point. Eight million dollars worth of bitcoin to their balance sheet now in some ways. This isn't that surprising. Ricardo libra has a long history of interaction with bitcoin. In two thousand fifteen the integrated. Bitcoin is a payment option on their makoto. Pago platform just last week. The company announced a real estate platform exclusively for properties available for sale and bitcoin launching with seventy five initial properties. Some on twitter pointed out that a latin american company investing in bitcoin to protect itself from currency devaluation was even more poignant than some of its american counterparts given how frequently bouts of inflation have destroyed savers in places like mocatta libraries home of argentina and speaking of latin american unicorns. The mexico based crypto exchange. Bit so has just raised a new round of funding that values at two point. Two billion dollars making it. The first latin american crypto unicorn. Next up on the brief today a digital has bought bit go for one point two billion dollars one of the key things. We've been watching here at the break. Down is crypto emanate. Emanate can tell us a lot about wearing. Industry is when times are tough as a survival strategy for companies that might otherwise go under when times are good as often. Something very different. This time around. There are two broad categories. I'm seeing. I is a joining of forces not because one party is at risk of dying but because together they see more chance to win important category
"two billion dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Two billion dollars in crucial small business support to keep workers on the payroll seventy five billion dollars to aid hospitals which really need the aid and very badly very proud of that and twenty five billion dollars to support corona virus testing efforts president trump with a corona virus task force briefing Tuesday the house is expected to take up the bill and a slim build session on Thursday we're also learning more about the president's plan to temporarily suspend immigration here's what we know so far a temporary halt on immigration it would last sixty days and apply to those seeking green cards for permanent residency it would not apply to individuals entering the U. S. on a temporary basis and this will course will be re evaluated once that sixty day period has passed this is Kevin Corke the president meeting with New York governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday afternoon the two reaching a consensus on testing states will manage their own corona virus tests the government will work to get the materials needed for them it ends the whole back and forth in the finger pointing in a very fair and smart way it's a smart resolution the president called the meeting with governor Cuomo very productive more than a quarter of the forty five thousand U. S. deaths blamed on the virus right now in New York state southern California hospital is reinstated nurses who were suspended last week after refusing to care for patients infected with the virus because they lacked protective respirator masks Wall Street Tuesday the Dow lost another six hundred thirty one points nasdaq down nearly two hundred ninety eight the S. and P. five hundred dropped eighty six points America is listening to fox news what is what's new today's topic who's the greatest of all time for my money it's progressive home and auto bundle it literally saves you money gentleman your thoughts look at what I'm saying she had a full it was amazing and I was told you so I disagree thanks fellas took the words right out of my.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Has slashed the amount of money a jury ordered Monsanto to pay a couple who got cancer after years of using the weed killer roundup this was the third trial against Monsanto over the carcinogenic a fax of the weed killer called roundup a jury in Oakland ordered that their own company to pay I'll the Alberta Pelley on two billion dollars their cases of non Hodgkins lymphoma are in remission the state judge in the case lower the amount to just under eighty seven million dollars like a federal judge before her she found the initial ward unconstitutionally high federal judgments and chop rate lowered the amount awarded in the trials of doing Johnson and and would heart of and Monsanto and the US EPA state roundup is not carcinogenic the World Health Organization says it probably is just get Rosenthal fox news some places are using green squash instead of avocados and guacamole and some people have no idea the truth is it when you boil and when these kind of a C. does which is kinda like a small squash and then you mix it with spices and peppers it can certainly passes guacamole then again you put enough jalapenos and shaving cream you might be pure chips in that as well last year at this time the department of agriculture says a medium Hass avocado from California was a dollar seventeen today it's two dollars and ten cents a ninety one percent increase primarily because of the extreme heat in California over the past several months it greatly reduced the crop and that's just California Mexico provides ninety percent of the avocados in the U. S. in the prices down south even higher boxes trace Gallagher authorities in Sweden have released court documents in the assault case against American rapper a sap rocky into whether men prosecutors.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Crossed the two billion dollar Mark at the global box office in record time leaving newcomers in the dust. The Walt Disney company estimates endgame about four hundred twenty eight million dollars just this weekend. Becoming one of only five movies ever to reach the two billion, Mark. I'm Evan Haning. Bryan curtis. In Hong Kong. Let's get you. This hour's top business stories and the markets. Asian stocks are seeing a major sell off today. Details coming up China is considering delaying a trip to Washington by its top trade negotiators. That's after President Trump threatened to impose steeper tariffs on China because talks were moving too slowly in a tweet Trump said that he would increase tariffs on two hundred billion of Chinese imports from ten percent to twenty five percent by this Friday. Bloomberg's Mark Nick can't says it's hard to tell exactly what the president has in mind. The Chinese in a box. And you know, if they do respond to Trump's demands, it could look like they're caving to you know, in this case, a tweet. Meantime, China's central Bank will lower reserve requirement ratios for mid and small sized banks and effective may fifteenth. And also the PBS's says that two hundred eighty billion Yuan of long-term funds will be released into the markets in one other note little-noticed, given the trade news tycoon services index for April was at fifty four point five better than the estimate and stronger than the reading in March. In other news, Occidental Petroleum has moved to step closer to sealing its acquisition of Anadarko petroleum. It's sweetened its offer. And agreed to sell assets owned by the target company Occidental increase the cash portion of its bid to seventy eight percent from fifty percent, and it also pledged to cover the one billion dollar break-up fee that Anadarko would have to pay for abandoning deal with Chevron now to the markets. Thanks. Index is down three point three percent. The CSI three hundred in China is down four point six percent. Also looking at SNP Many's now down about one point nine percent. The Straits Times index in Singapore down more than three percent. Global news twenty four hours a day live and tick talk on Twitter and powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in on Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis. This is Bloomberg is Bloomberg.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"The app subscriptions had very few problems with pay pal over the years. Marriott beats by a nickel. And they beat on revenue Marianne has been a pretty dicey. Stock. However, recently, you know, over the years, it's been a great stock. But over the last twelve to twenty four months, let's just take a look and see where Marriott is ranked right now. I like Marianne we try to stay at Marriott's. We're Marriott rewards members. Always like a deal on a nice room. Let's see here. Marriott is currently ranked number three thirty one bad out of five thousand and sixty six at has delivered quite a bit of alpha over the years. But the last twelve months have been rough for Marriott. That's what keeps me out of the stock over the last ten years M A are headquartered in Washington DC. If I'm not mistaken, the company started with the root beer stand in Washington DC is now four. Two billion dollar company. Dividend yield of one point three percent Marriott over the last. Ten years is delivered to investors twenty seven percent per year. And of course, warm cookies upon Jackie on over the last five years Marietta has delivered twenty percent per year to investors and clean sheets. And over the last three years twenty four percent per year against the markets. Eleven percent performance grade is a minus. The valuation that I have five year target price. Boy, this is valuable stuff on this app. Who invented this best stocks now Marietta's grading at one twenty five right now, I have a two hundred and five dollar target price. Just a so-so earnings report. However, splutter one of my favorite names in the market. Spunk. Beats earnings. No. The stock is basically flat right now. Spunk is a I want to say, it's a cloud stock. They make software that enables organizations to search correlate analyze monitor and report on data in real time. Get this Blunck's growth rate their earnings growth rate over the last five years has been one hundred and thirty nine percent per year. Now, how is that translated into stock performance over the last three years? Spunk has delivered to investors fifty seven percent per year market eleven and over the last twelve months Blunk is up forty five percent while the market is down six percent. That's some serious alpha. Spunk is currently ranked number seventy four out of five thousand and sixty six and my best stocks now app dot com. Database one year ago was ranked number sixty one and during that one year period of time the stock is up forty five percent not bad stock hitting right now. A new almost it was at a new all-time high this morning now it's backing off somewhat. Okay. One that I own here. So we make this are featured stock of the day. It's down three point seven percent was up this morning. Let me check another one here. I have to in the news today. It's also down a little bit. Both of them were way up this morning. What is going on who who who switched the wind direction here in the market here today? Getting a little bit of a pullback right now. The NASDAQ still up thirty six points, but I see some of these stocks that were up spiking this morning. Gleaning spunk. Have all come back to earth a little bit. Okay. I continued to own workday. Workday is a cloud. Stock. Workday is headquartered in Pleasanton, California workday is a forty two billion dollar company workday went public in two thousand and twelve at a price of about fifty dollars per share today the stock is one hundred and ninety dollars per share their most recent quarter that they reported after the close of the market yesterday. Their earnings were up forty six percent and their sales were up thirty five percent. Workday has been good to investors. Take a look over the last three years w d a y has delivered to investors fifty percent per year. That's what the three year compound annual return without any dividend yield has been that's what it works out to forty nine point four percent per year. Average over the last three years with no guarantees going forward. During that same period of time work the market has delivered eleven point one percent per year. So there's some serious alpha there and the beat goes on over the last twelve months workdays up fifty four percent while the market's down five point seven percent valuation is it nose bleed who'll it's not cheap. That's for sure if you want cheap JC Penney single digit PE ratio craft Hines is a single digit PE ratio right now. I saw that workday currently trading at eighty six times forward earnings. No, it's rich. It's rich. But the stock is hitting new highs. I have three hundred and fifty dollar target price. Five years down the road is currently at one eighty nine. In my best stocks now app dot com database is currently ranked number twenty seven. Out of five thousand and sixty six and I do own workday in in my growth portfolios here at Gunderson capital management, lobby working on the newsletter. Today, I have a big chunk of it done. A lot of the articles. I've updated the charts on the leading asset classes in the market right now. How valuable is that to allocating your portfolio right now? I updated the leading indexes in the world as of now how important is that? And it's not just you know, we'll who's up the most. No, I have my own proprietary formulas built in there. That looks at valuation and performance and safety. I also have updated my leading sectors in the market right now that helps narrow down the sectors to search in of the market, and I have listed in my newsletter. As I do every week, Mike top ranked one hundred two hundred and fifty stocks. 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"two billion dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Earns compensation based on a fee, not the commission for selling a product. That's the advantage. You have with Financial Engines. So that we can help you evaluate now. Look if you want to try to beat the market, okay? I guess you know, we can help you do that we can show you investments that have a structure focused on beating the market. Do. I personally believe that you're going to be likely to achieve that goal. History tells us probably not so it would suggest to me that you should reconsider. Why you're taking the approach you're taking whether there are commissions or not so. Associated with the product. You should reevaluate. Why you're taking the approach you're taking all by the way. Here's another quick statistic for you in the world of investing. According to the limra secure retirement institute in two thousand eighteen investors bought two hundred thirty two billion dollars worth of annuities. Fourteen percent more than in two thousand seventeen and check this out in the fourth quarter of last year. The last three months of the year investors, put in sixty two billion dollars into annuity products. A twenty two percent increase from a year earlier the most money in any three months period since two thousand nine why did so many investors put so much money into annuity products in the last three months of last year? On case you forgotten the last three months of last year. The stock market was down fourteen percent and people were looking at what was going on at the moment. They saw the market was down at the moment. And they're saying to themselves. I have money to invest. I don't want to put it into the stock market of the stock market's falling in value. Of course, what's happened in the stock market sense. So far this year the stock market's up twelve percent, do you think you're earning twelve percent? In your fixed annuity product. I don't think. So my point is investing is not about what's happening at the moment. Investing isn't about what's happened. Recently. Investing is about what's going to happen over the life of the investment that you plan to hold. If you're buying an investment today that you think you're going to keep for the next ten years than what's happened in the past three months is utterly irrelevant. What's happening now is utterly irrelevant. What do you expect to happen over the next ten months? That's the only thing that matters and final point Kraft Heinz stock. You heard the news the company took a fifteen billion dollar writedown. They've got a subpoena from the SEC the stock fell twenty seven percent in a single day in buffet loss. Four billion dollars that day. This is why we don't want you to buy individual stocks because anything can happen at any moment. Any individual stock?.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Fledgling start up with just under three million in annual revenues last year after creating a global company with nearly three hundred million dollars in revenue was acquired by Zohreh DAS, the largest producer of medicine and vaccinations for pets livestocks for it was acquired for two billion dollars. Clint welcome and congratulations on a successful exit for your team and your investors. You're welcome. And it's a pleasure to be here. Let's start with your overnight success describe your journey at a backs when you joined what you went through to bring it to this. Great conclusion. Yeah. So when I joined the company it was about two point nine million in revenue. We had a six point seven million in losses. About half the products have been developed, and we had a going concern and our annual report, and this is after investing about fifty five million dollars in the company. So he had less than a year's cash left, and we were a public company so everything that went on was public and that was my challenge. So in looking around at shoe, how do you change this? How do you change this direction? It was clear that one of the big issues was people didn't seem to care and in finding out. Why don't the employee's? Here seemed to care about what's going on as far as the performance of the company. It was that their interests were not aligned with the interests of the company that was that was the fundamental problem, and they got paid the same. Whether the company did well or whether the company didn't do well, and they figured well. It's management's job to raise money. So if the company runs out of money, it's up to management to figure out how to get more money into the company. And so folks, we're not pulling in a in a direction that would lead any kind of success. So once I figured this out. I decided I need to align. The interests of the employees with the interests of the company and the shareholders and the customers, and so fundamentally what I did is I cut everybody's base pay significantly put in a bonus programme. Okay. That if we hit our objectives. Everybody would get twice what I took away back. And then we I let some folks even set their own pay combination of base and bonus. Got to set their own pay. If we hit the objectives. That's what they would get. And so went from nobody pulling in any direction to all of a sudden everybody pulling in the same direction because in order to hit their objectives their personal objectives. The company would have to hit its objectives. And of course, it changed the whole culture of the organization, and that was really the key to making all this happened. And did you lose any people in the process? Yeah. So in the beginning, I lost about half the company when I cut the pay I lost about half the company, but you know, what that was okay with me because those people really didn't believe and they walked with their with their feet. They didn't believe that we would ever hit the objectives. And they didn't think they'd ever get their money back and the ones that stayed were the ones that believed. And so yeah. So I ended up. Yeah. Kind of cleansing the company and keeping only the people that believed in what we were doing, and then we rebuilt from that point. And how did your I hadn't realized that was a public company at the time because you're really young company for being public. How did the board? How did you the board interact on all this kind of a change from what people are used to doing right? Yeah. So it was the board considered a very high risk strategy very high risk. And there was a lot of debate on the board about this approach. But in the end, they agreed that the old way certainly didn't work and that probably the only way to get the company into a position where it was self sustaining was to do some high risk stuff. And so yes, so eventually everybody came around, and we all pulled together now in doing that and one of the things that's also another picky area for me is the setting of objectives. So a lot of people are listening. This is the beginning of the year. They usually do it at the end of the year as you well now, and I'm nejra go into the year. You've got your objective set. But this is something that is timeless and how you set objectives. And as a company or as an organization how how did your planning your? Directive planning when did it begin? And how did you go about doing it? Yeah. So so it began so I joined in June and this whole process where I changed the pay structure and everything was completed in September October. And and so the fiscal year for a backs a bad time was ended March thirty first so April, I was aren't new fiscal here. And so as we got into the planning process for the new fiscal year, I asked all the department heads. What would you like to get out of this company over the next twelve months? What is your objective personally over the next twelve months, and I let them fundamentally set their pay. I said how much money do y'all wanna make how do you want your career to grow? What is it that you personally want and then everybody set what they wanted? And then I said okay now in order to achieve that this is. The performance the company would have to achieve to be able to afford to pay that. So then let's talk about what the what has to happen. In order for you to achieve what you want to achieve and that's how the planning started. And then the objectives rolled out of those discussions. Yeah. Once everybody knew what had to happen to be able to meet their personal objectives. We had everybody pulling in the same direction. Now, John Dore who's formerly the managing partner for Kleiner. Perkins has a book out now called okay, ours, objectives and key results. That's a program that he learned from Andy grove when he worked at Intel, and it's been used by Google number of other people now, and I haven't gotten through all of it yet. But I I grew up in the old Ambyo system. I like what I've heard about what you were doing in terms of starting with talking to people about what they want to get out of all of this. I think that's a great place to start and Dora Dora some of that as well apparently from the program that he's implemented. But he he disengages the objectives from compensation. Which I'm trying to myself figure out how you do that. You have any thoughts on that. Yeah. So the first question that came to me as we did our first planning meeting is the question was what has to happen in order for us to achieve what what we all want to achieve personally. And at that particular point in time, our gross margins were minus fifty percent. So I said guys the gross margins after at least break even over the next twelve months for you guys to achieve any of the things that you want to achieve. So that became the company goal in. I five minutes a company goal became break, the margins even so then the question was how do you do it? What part does the factory play? What part does the sales and marketing play what part is finance play. What part does HR play. And so we identified all the functions. Okay. That have to work together to make this happen. And then I asked my CFO at the time, you know, how long do you think it'll take? To break the margins. Even she said, oh, man. It's minus fifty percent. It's gonna take more than a year. Hold that thought we're gonna come back at him that you can tell us what how we're going to go to a break when we return we will continue with him and the secrets he learned along the way and growing the value of a healthcare start up to two billion dollars. This is Tom Lori. And this is the mentors radio. Hello. I'm Mike Lindell, the inventor of my pillow, and like all of you out there. I promise sleeping pillows would go flat. I would flip flop all night long. I would wake up with a sore neck, maybe a headache or feel like I needed a nap. Even though I slept eight hours when I invented my pillow. I wanted it to where you can move the patented fill to give you the exact support you need as an individual regardless of sleep position. My pillow will get you into that deep sleep faster, and you will stay there longer. It's not about how much time we spend it bad. It's about how much of that quality sleep. We get I do all of my own manufacturing right here in the United States..
"two billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thirty two billion dollars here to explain why is Bloomberg cross asset markets reporter, Eric lamb, thirty two billion, Eric what does it? So today, we're coming up on the ten year anniversary of the tainted milk scandal in China and thirty billion dollars figure is actually an estimate from Euromonitor for the size of the infant baby formula market in China. It could grow to thirty two billion over the next five years by twenty twenty three which really gives you a sense of the stakes that are involved in that market now at current currently, we're dealing with foreign producers versus domestic producers real battle right now for the hearts and minds of consumers in young parents. So what are foreign producers doing to build market share Howard, domestic producers fighting back? Yeah. The foreign producers certainly have an advantage because they're perceived to have higher quality products that are less risky for parents. And for companies like Nestle, which has seen their market shared quadruple since two thousand and eight in China. They're actually starting now to focus down on lower tier cities. So the smaller cities outside of the main regions, whereas a little more rural? There's a little more opportunity for growth, so looking at ways to for instance, develop ecommerce or better better supply their products to consumers, their meanwhile, the domestic producers are realizing that actually if they have some kind of brand association with foreign cows or production from outside of China that gives them a leg up and makes them a little more competitive. Yeah. So we saw one Chinese producer, for instance, brand itself as American dairy, right? What will it take to change the situation at what point do Chinese consumers come to believe in domestic producers again? The problem is for some memories are still still fairly fairly recent that they're just not to the point where they're willing to accept it. But over time that might change, right. Bloomberg cross asset markets reporter, Eric lamb. Thank you so much for.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So let's ask him. Kevin. How are you? Great, george. Thanks. Yeah. In two thousand and two silver was four dollars an ounce near its cost of production. We predicted civil would rise to thirty dollars an ounce within ten years. People thought we were absolutely nuts. Nine years later, silver, hit forty eight dollars an ounce. We weren't so nuts anymore. No, not at all. So what made you so sure that the price was going to make such a big move. Well, let the time silver was trading near its production cost and industrial demand was absolutely skyrocketing. And why do you think one hundred dollar silver is possible now solar? In fact, China alone is expected to need an amount of silver equal to half of the global annual mining production. That's just China. The whole world is moving to China. Just recently California's now requiring all new homes to have solar panels. There's just not enough silver supply that kind of demand. So we're going to see a shortage. Kevin all I can say is that some smart people like J P Morgan has accumulated, the largest private stockpile of physical silver in the world more than one hundred and thirty million ounces that's over two billion dollars worth of silver. I'm sure they're not doing it. Because they expect the price to go down. No, I guess not but could silver reach higher than one hundred dollars an ounce. Well, if you just it for inflation, George silver would have to be about one hundred and thirty dollars an ounce to reach its all time. Time high. So we think one hundred dollars is well within reach one could that happen over the next seven to ten years. But we believe most of the games will happen over the next three to five years just hard to ignore the potential and silver right now. Kevin our listeners are passionate the of anything that you can set out to.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"So we estimated you need about two billion dollars, the the the Kobo funds. We were also campaigning with are saying it's about five point eight billion dollars, and to be quite honest. I'm not quite sure. Which of these two numbers is the right number. I think the compared to just to give you a sense a portion of the the amount of subsidies. We give to solar win as about one hundred and twenty billion dollars right now. So we're talking about a very very small amount, and certainly very small mountain. You know, it's it's about what three four percent of global development spending of the amount of spending that we that we spend every year to try and help improve the world and probably one of the very very best things that we could do. So again, very rich believing. We need to know reasons, they did know would start to care if they actually knew so okay. I got to. Final questions for you think. And then Alaska if there's anything else you wanted to that bring to people's attention that that you thought was particularly necessary. Okay. So the first one is. To what degree do you think all ask all three quest to what degree do you think you've been making headway like, obviously, you're you've been successful in putting together your institutes and your work garnered a substantial amount of attention published in otherwise. And so it's not like you've been silenced, and and imprisoned or anything like that. And so are the reasons for optimism is far as you're concerned. And then the next thing that I'd like to ask you about is what's happening in France. Because one of the things that the people who are pushing for radical current interventions with regards to long-term climate change haven't factored in is the reverse apocalyptic issue, which is that there's going to be substantial resistance to the short term costs that will cause spin off disasters of their own. And so the French example seems to be very interesting case in point. So so the first question was how do you feel? About the impact that you're having in the second is what he say about what's happening in France. Can can I I'm going to answer my reverse Bill. The France point is is really a good a good argument. If you ask people around the world do care globe warm almost everyone will say, yes. Do you want to do something for global warming? Both say, yes, then when you ask them how much are you willing to pay the typical answer both rich and poor countries is one hundred dollars per year. So goes from one hundred two hundred dollars so fundamentally people are saying is yes, I do worry about this issue. I'm willing to spend a little bit of money, but not very much. And I think this is the fundamental thing that we just have not been able to get to the attention. A lot of people who are pushing for really really radical solutions. You're never going to succeed in a democratic situation. If you know if you keep ramping up the taxes on fossil fuels if you keep making energy. Two or more expensive. It's going to harm Percival poor the MOS yet, very very regressive and that obviously. Maine's a lot of heartache for a lot of poor people. These are typically also the people who lease able to defend themselves because they're just so busy just surviving of the day today. So it typically has to hit the middle class when you really get sort of eruption as what you've seen in France. And elsewhere, let's remember there's also a lot of other issues and Francis not just because they put you know, three three cents on a on a Lear diesel. But it is an issue saying if you push people too far you'll actually not be able to do the solution for climate. And so you're very very expensive solutions are never going to be long term viable when you predict these is of saying if we had and if he would actually have managed to put a carbon tax on on on c- to remember actually had it Emma critic congress the first two years of this presidency, and they were still not able to get a carbon tax implemented. Of course, when you have a Republican congress. Comes really when you have a Republican president. Also, if also part you just can't do this for hundred years, it's just not going to work out..
"two billion dollars" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS
"The total outflow is nearly two billion dollars a year. But by twenty thirteen the K R S board and Kentucky legislators worried that in the future. They would not have enough money to meet their obligations state Senator Morgan mcgarvy in twenty thirteen pensions had moved to the forefront. I think people started to realize we let this debt get out of control. Lawmakers decided it was time to make some drastic changes. We changed the system. So that you no longer get a defined benefit plan. If you're a state employee, and you've got this hybrid cash balance plan, basically 4._0._1._K type plan, basically, a four one K type plan better than a 4._0._1._K but not as good as defined benefit plan. Now where? The first to be affected. Police firefighters that are of other public servants as public school. Teachers were spared. Existing workers would keep their defined benefit pension. But all new hires would be moved to a 4._0._1._K style plan. Opted, not your swerving. The move in two four one Cape style plans this widely seen as a compromise. But it's a big difference. And it's a lot more uncertain with a 4._0._1._K plan. Tom Loftus is a local reporter who covers pensions. But how did it go down with the policeman in the firemen? I don't think it went down. Well with anybody. There is no way that we can continue because of demographics to offer the same plan to people who are not currently state employees one year later after reforms went into effect the pension crisis resurfaced as an issue in. The gubernatorial race this time for state teachers and school were important thing to do is stop digging. The longshot candidate was Matt Bevin. A former hedge fund manager and tea party favorite trustee Betty Pendergrast to make him pain. From was if the pension system is bankrupt. The inviolable contract is moot. Because if you don't have those dollars to pay those benefits, then okay, you don't pay those benefits. Reality is the money's not there than we have to think about how do we tighten our budget, big issues shrink government trustee. Chris Toby, make it smaller. He believes in private sector does not believe in government. Knows is in game his to shrink tensions are why we indeed will be the next governor and Lieutenant governor of common. Governor Pathan the we had at that time and continue to have the worst funded pension system in the United States a fresh start. We truly do we made a fresh start is tells us that we as a state are in dire risk of becoming financially insolvent, and that if we are unable to meet the pension obligations that we have people. This comes at the expense of everything else that we care about everything else that we would fund. Our state workers who have been promised pension should be given that tension once an office Bevan decided to stop shorting the pension system and to make water called actuary required contributions or annual arc payments..
"two billion dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Stugatz pepperoni pizza then you promised oh the health benefits of pizza bcc donlevatar show with stugatz on espn radio happy seventy fourth birthday danny trail abby birthday to him i don't care lock my dick yes sexism and sexual harassment and racism pay jerry richardson two point two billion dollars donald sterling two billion dollars like i gotta get out i'm ashamed i've misbehave give me two billion dollars so we little parachutes they have on their way right i didn't the guy who purchased the panthers it wasn't the highest offer but he you know to to get the team he said listen no debt nothing straight cash your home in straight cash jerry i will why are you this amount right now when we are done really just like that just like that who the hell has two point two billion dollars in cash has got there was like an article on deadspin that said he used to have a pair of brass decimals on his desk love of guy he's a wall street of course what was that offer jerry do point six here's two point four cash and he just handed to wait a minute give me more information on the new person i mean first of all go ahead and google search jerry richardson and that statue that he has outside of the stadium which is i don't know whether it's greek mythology i don't know even know what he's going for other than like hero it's really unnecessary to have the panthers so anatomically correct that that statue what's the most ridiculous statue you've ever seen i know people make fun of that bus with rinaldo in an airport that doesn't look anything like rinaldo but in terms of ridiculous sports statues is there anything more ridiculous jerry richardson in a suit holding back of course there's how many panthers are in that stature a two panthers one is like you know jumping one djing at you the other one's kind of tame what's his look how would you describe his look he's holding out a football between the two panther of course isn't so the new owner comes in and he's just gonna hold out brass balls.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"Which has happened to me before not not by a cyclist by girlfriend buddy of mine we really elementary school in the woods fucking around you're just like cowboy oh the woods and have glad buddies yeah nobody deal idiot my man elon musk fucking this this overrated do nothing bum tesla has lost two billion dollars in valuation because he was on a sales call earnings call and he called someone a board he's in this boring and called someone a bonehead two things one i don't know how you lose two billion dollars for that something else is going on you don't lose two billion dollars in valuation because you call someone a bonehead how much is tesla worth i don't know they don't even sell any fucking cars right every every every quarter i see a report that's like they didn't actually sell that many unit so that's what everyone's on lawns dick i was like they can just be down two billion dollars are they enter the negatives that they didn't think they were worth i mean they make spaceships so they tesla makes spacex x tesla i know it was must but yeah i thought like tesla was just the place that's supposed to make the electric cars just doesn't do don't settle but my second point is like even law and musk is sitting on a conference call just like fuck this that was something i've like simply moved to new york something we've had to do a lot more the obsolete sit on meetings and conference calls that is the biggest waste of time ever in this history history meetings meetings it isn't like everyone everyone involved the call is just sitting there like heads in there fucking hands like this needs to end right now we're literally doing nothing we're just saying the same all we had with a call david for like merch third time in a row we've had the same exact fucking phone call i mean we i used to do with the podcast before we had a sales team i was the one on those calls we're like we're going to let you know about our products and it was like fucking underwear get it i need all thirty minute call.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on Remso Republic
"Even around the awkward little glowing globe thing i'll go ahead and post a picture about on the show notes but we saw president has overall just completely decapitated isis were strengthening our military power but overall what no one really understands that diplomatically trump has been able to bring down tensions in syria with putin i know russian collusion but you know he he almo he basically avoided world war three overnight and no one gave him credit for that he's gone in front of socialist communist maoist marxist progressives and essentially said that it's a failed ideology and that we need to go ahead and pursue free markets and idea of liberty not the exact words but that's basically in a nutshell when it comes to putting america first he's done that and you know i'm i'm pleasantly surprised so for foreign policy and diplomacy i'll go ahead and give this overton window shot upwards momentum yeah i'm gonna have to be likewise definitely upwards i mean one of the things that that comes to mind with north korea that in two thousand three of the we had a kind of an offer on the books to saddam hussein that we would quietly ship him to egypt for two billion dollars and there are some folks state department that balk there certainly the iraqis balked at as well but they were listening and eventually it didn't turn out that way literally trillions of dollars later we have sung so much money into the iraq war we've received very little for it of the change of regimes and now we have a a mass not just in iraq and syria as well wouldn't it be interesting if the trump administration just turn to the kim jongil you know what we just want to buy your nuke we'll we'll give you a billion dollars if for for your nuclear weapons it's it's funny you say that and i'm not joking i've actually told people whether we just offer a by north korea.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on Unfilter
"I haven't really needed cash to be honest it's either my credit card or if i'm out with friends i'll use then mile then mo the mobile app where people can page other on a smartphone nonnative advertising new now processes two billion dollars a month this year apple added similar payment capabilities in i message these free services are so popular thirty major banks recently launched a competing products called zell doing away with paper money has been a big boom for small businesses to like the restaurant sunday in brooklyn the tribeca at the table was quicker guests or looking for the cleaner safer easier transaction in having a wad of cash in your pocket just isn't convenient but seven percent of americans do not have access to banking or credit cards that adds up to nine million households that operate with cash only when a business says we will not be accepting cashier it also is saying we will not be accepting people who don't have smart phones here can't afford them and people who don't have bank accounts here there's a reason of cash you need a line of credit you need some technology to be able to live in a cashless society at or would if you're just a tourist and that leaves out a large portion of our population or perhaps potential business i'm a fan of cash i'm a fan of pain with my phone and i'm a fan of cash i could give it a credit cards altogether if they'd like that'd be fine with with would that would that would be what they prefer everybody everybody here's a little rod trump to wrap up in the overtime we're doing a compact over time this week and we just to going to wrap it was him rod donald flew president trump left the white house this morning for utah where hell address this state legislature there spoke with reporters before boarding marine one.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on The Narrative
"How do you guys decide yes i want that team or no i don't uh what what goes into acquiring any franchise you've probably noticed you know the the rockets just went for over two billion dollars the clippers went for over two billion dollars img not a sports franchise but a sports conglomerate went for over two million dollars than ufc was just so for four billion dollars and so the the value of sports contin continues to increase at a pretty incredible ray which would certainly gives us comfort in our our properties now that they'll continue to grow in value which is wonderful but also puts uh quite a bit of pressure on us if we were to be working towards declaring another one we look at things like market is the market attractive we look at the current operation is it being optimize that would be ideal for us you know if you had just come off a world series and you so that all your tickets he got this incredible media deal and you sponsor off the charts in all your sweets are sold in your food and beverage deals incredible and the stadium arena is run a worldclass level that's probably now for us you know we're we're fixers we'd like value and we'd like opportunities for growth each bse also works within you with the chargers with the rams with the oakland raiders we've seen that venue is incredibly important in getting teams to stay where they are i know that you guys a owned the prudential center which is where the the devil's play how does owning your stadium that your team plays in how it is that help how does it give you more freedom to maneuver your team the gives us more freedom and more joy over you have the opportunity to control the experience i mean think about what at that what is at the heart of every decision we make is the fan and so to be able to control the entertainment experience outside the arena and then how your ushers in ticket takers greet your bureau fans when they come in and what the food and beverage experienced looks like him and what your premium experience looks like and it i i think having control of everything in the environment gives you a sense of of of freedom joy an opportunity.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on The Morning Breath
"When you go an interview like like a big star and the way the writer's like she with skin with a spectacle of makeup a pair of flats scarf she was very polite to the weight or what help you be what does they want to be asked what to the waiter t like realize i nicest guy in the world was very polite to await of just like or should we all yeah and that it's always like she got a a green tea and if a quiet um late it's like you know they didn't get a job at like new yorker incinerating for people okay carrie fisher's donor billy lord is going to inherit seven million dollars from her whole thing i don't even think that much more oh it's like not that much it's not that much is she grossed over two billion dollars with movie grossing movie gross over two billion dollars and well she didn't write it though i needed your she did or deal what are you talking about star were now that she did or deal like thirty five years ago thing you know that's so right the movie be the steven spielberg but if you're just cast in it that's life it's too she did just fine on that she was still going to those things you know carrie fisher sylvie 5 of 7 billion please i'll be back number million in my life 700000 in my life so just yeah billy you're you're time yeah daily mail divorces off angela energy jolie stalls legal split for my pit after he quit drinking in an effort to winter about what are your thoughts on the development of heroin from a friend to us weekly.
"two billion dollars" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money
"That part of the business has built the lot of value and then there's a lot of enabling companies we're big investors at revolution in draft kings with big investors and sport radar i just made a personal investment with my son in win view i i just believed that sports entertainment enabling companies will be great investments and then being able owned the building the networks the team's the technology of some of the technology rounded that both of those some business plays will be very very valuable a guy who likes the value teams at at forbes alatas been driving me nuts because i look at some of the recent deal so for example steve palmer pay two billion dollars for the clippers seems to a firm you know everything in a nutshell that you just talked about i mean it's a technology company he's by his pain ten times revenue or something like that peter guber several years ago tremendous success obviously with the warriors paid at that time what was the highest price for a team high multiple those seemed to be like entertainment intact guys then there seems to be another crowd that's come in and i went up them more wall street guys they seem to be going more the low end so like for the atlanta hawks for example not long after the clippers about seven hundred thirty five million or something like that they were bought for the milwaukee bucks another wall street guy came in bought for a low is uh is this a function the prices a function of.