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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To ask you about that Alexander the you said incredibly fast to me though is there anything you can sort of compared to in terms of how quickly it went up a should there be a concern about quality given how festive mood I don't know I mean the fired out over months and months and months any production issues they have with the Tesla model three in California which is our first of all you model and they're starting with the model three insuring high and then eventually would they will add the model why cross over they're starting relatively tamely as well and they've only seven target of a few thousand cars monthly into demand ramps up as well as the rest of the factors the factors still being built out and that's what that one point two nine billion dollar loan that they secured today from China and Chinese banks will help facilitate that audio courtesy of CNBC at Shanghai built model three that as a starting price of about fifty one thousand American dollars that in China is about two percent cheaper than an import at Tesla hopes to slowly bring down the cost and authorities have confirmed reports of drones sightings in three more counties in northeast Colorado and at least one in Nebraska this after night time drone flights in the region because the national store earlier this week remember we told you about the Denver post reports on Friday to clusters of drones flying at night it remained a mystery to local law enforcement officials residents are looking to learn the identities of the operators they say the drones have a six foot wing span and a flying grade like patterns in groups of six to ten federal aviation law enforcement officials even military officials say they do not have information about the.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:13 min | 1 year ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on KTRH

"Clicking on find a station there is I think is funded station that that just opens up your email account you sent me an email give me your zip code or whatever I'll tell you if you've got a station there we we do of of many show over many stations in many states that those of you'll see the weekend might not know about because the weekend runs at a different time Monday through Friday three six PM Pacific at six to nine PM eastern time and some station run around the label were a lot of stations that you might not know about probably near you some of you really want to show when I'm not there but I'll let you know that as well just let me be able to stop by Joe packs dot com last Saturday we can go as we do this program right now Colin capp pretty got an opportunity I don't think he deserved and that is to together try out with with the NFL Colin Kaepernick you know the one who loves to tell Castro doesn't quite understand are really how this country works and decided he would denigrate the flag military veterans and our anthem when he came on because he was riding the bench if I would do that and he hasn't had an opportunity because Hey probably not good enough anymore N. B. why would you want an attitude problem like other your team the others are still kneeling are in the NFL you're allowed to have your peaceful protest whatever but the way capric was doing it was beyond just took a peaceful protest an NFL team said no would want to have you on here well I got with Burgess always he's a former NFL star former NFL Superbowl winner I had a mug so want to talk about talk about about cabaret did he deserve that chance what is that a good afterwards Burgess how are you from freedom to the killing fields of socialism plus he's running for Congress at of Utah Burgess and the number four Utah dot com go there and go support his candidacy this is ME love's former see that she was she was the seeded or unseeded they'll last election right that's exactly right is a Democrat in seat now that how did how did Utah I mean a meal of first of all I think has her head on straight I'm surprised that happened to get a little soft gargle source became an ever Trumper and and it is an issue yeah yeah yeah it's so and I got a little disappointed grass with you but that's okay we're gonna wanna backseat back and get out Barry's back into the sea and let's get this thing done right but let's talk at length about that next time we'll get John video do the weather we normally do I I did want to get with you're putting me into your tight schedule but I had to talk to you about Colin cap because I'm confused here's a guide you and I talked about him before here's a guy that was turned down fourteen million dollars for the last year was contract he decided that he was gonna go to greener pastures he thought he would get more money nobody wanted him Denver offered a contract some would say it was about nine hundred thousand a year he said no they always complain that he can't get a job you know no Denver did offer him a job he turned it down so the NFL finally gives in JZ push for this so many people who were supported capric push for this let's get the guy and I got to try out and he decided Burgess he wouldn't show up on time he would show up to the facility where they want to do what they want to hold it he wanted to bring his own people as own videographers and at the end of it he acted like entitled entitled baby tell me as you're watching the whole thing on hold last Saturday an opportunity that most would never get he got at how he handled it and what you thought about it as you saw well of course well what you see in your company is this too is two things no one is really what we need to make sure we do some of these liberal colleges that is pushing out these out got no common sense elitist people that's that's what's happening now the other part of it is that this represents the worst of my my race they're black elitist is a people could care less about anything but themselves the other guy young man here who has not played three years which is the current NFL he gets a chance to make millions of dollars in Tampa six six months out of the year sure the right location because he believes that for some reason the potential employers should be listening to his dictates I didn't quite get it and that's the problem with the latest is that they don't they're not part of this real world so and is another part of this that a joke you know Colin is a Marxist number one now the face of Nike understand that Nike and the NFL this is Laurie are also colluding in this process and we use that word because it in a day they don't care about a little bit longer last three years they're trying to build that market in China so he is a perfect face as he continues to be anti American what is going to try to as as a as a base of America today if they think the NFL case of Nike so just know that there's a there's a bigger picture here I would just calling doesn't know is that that he's a cool and and I'm just I'm just happy that Americans help but realize we don't want this way it would work how to division one in the hallway going back to try to do this thing let's go and watch the game and and and and enjoy it as as teammates as opposed to post a good divided by by these markers and socialist hero courses Superbowl champions purges always and always appreciate the knowledge you know it's a very important thing but but from a football players up point of view from from the vision you have that I could never have most of us will never have it did calling cap look like he was out of shape to you to me he looks all I remember seeing that ripped a and and and be in a meeting like the prototypical quarterback he looked like he was ready to me now we'll take a couple things we need to keep mine all of us who have had a vision of passion for anything we want to make happen we do anything it takes to get there that's right makes a great athlete that's what makes you do what you do tell because you have a pass to do whatever it takes they are guided national when given opportunity so he doesn't it's not about the game that's the first thing the other part of it is that no team who wants to win is not being a good listener cancer into their organization it's all about the old al Davis is they just win baby he care less about all the difference is always open on the game and they see when the games and and call in yes right now focus on his own eyes is post millionaire us that as being a spokesman in China for Nike and the NFL that's crazy it's a birders old go go and check out his candidacy page it's Burges the number for Utah dot com and get his book why I stand for freedom to the killing fields of socialism Hey I got a couple more things on on capric had put his tail between his legs had he just showed up and said man thanks for the opportunity to go to an actual NFL stadium in Atlanta which is where they're gonna hold it instead of some high school if you if you if you take the receivers that are really good NFL receivers that they're offering and not your own guys if you see but suddenly he wanted the media there if you just let the Atlanta Falcons video team video does this work out and then send it out to the teams I think you probably would have a really good chance of of talking to some teams we'll call this guy knowing when he pulled on Saturday I hope not I hope he does that mean that the ankle pants worked out with the wood to really show out distasteful this this league has become no he's he's not he's not about that the game is not about the up coming together it's all about his anti Americanism is trying to get us up to be a national marker he made a comment about how three years out he's been he's been put down and not allowed to do anything with three years is that nothing for the people it's supposed to support the nothing for the poor kids the nets put an educated guess instead he is now in China you know that's with weight was still alive and well so many people try to because they believe definitely here is running over there being a spokesman so understand this would lead us all about it but I'm still not a country got about a minute now but this is basically what what you're right I mean Burji you nailed it what he said was I've been ready for three years that I've been denied for three years and and in fact Colin Kaepernick no I've heard interviews with him when he was a quarterback for San Francisco when they went to the Superbowl he suddenly had some different sort of Obama cadence and told me what he was thinking it's almost as if he's been schooled on how to speak so that you sound more militant have you did you did you hear that too or is it just me well what what I what I heard is that is the lack of common sense and that's what I'm what I'm what I'm understanding it we have a college system so that's a mess so now he's they start talking like you back bill got to clean this up real well and that's why don't you a lot from him this you guys this place is the the the the the the the brand was not did not hear a sports bra let's talk about its merger so it's got his book it is why I stand for freedom to the killing fields of socialism and he's running for me loves old seat in Utah we'll talk more about that as we go but let's talk about the about the China connection because the NBA in China not just yesterday in Hong Kong there are people from mainland China shooting protesters in Hong Kong the economy there is suffering the people of Hong Kong they want freedom they want lip reader they're flying our flag Burgess and they're singing our info yes so calling Cappy goes there just like the NBA players went there and they kiss up to the Chinese because they're treated like their their gods but China is only doing this for its own benefit and as you said people I capita don't know that their tools do you think lebron James knows that he's a toll or early let me see the dumping Alexei no no yeah this is another thing about releases greatest present to the rest of us you know is their presence that's what they're all about in their own minds yeah yeah yeah and in the is manual miles exactly no no it's it's it's it's sad to see what's going on in with dealing with an organization to the NFL's that globalism remember it's call Cordell whose maze decided to hundred forty million dollar contract nine percent of it was based on the growth of Kentucky United States but expects to another twenty maps and growth you know a two nine billion dollars of sorry in in in China so they're looking at the the the big market place and and they don't mind use these players who have not been raised a family that that's too close a little black never said a prayer in their use these kids to to to push this this narrative this propaganda that America is a bad place so no it is it is sad to see because they could be such components for American way yes the people living and dying in Hong Kong to try to keep their freedom they these guys here complaining one last thing we can either as you know we can either go to step out for spent or PT we cannot have both in real men respect and we're not seeing a real man and I know that with the globe list but exactly to go over there and cal cal to the Chinese that's a great point his book is why I stand for freedom to the killing fields of socialism in my lifetime certainly that you could argue about you know before my lifetime but Michael Jordan is the best NBA player ever see the best basketball player we've ever seen he was interviewed recently he's now worth one point six billion dollars something like that and it's a brand that he built and did say he'd be building because he was just that good and he was asked by the interviewer what do you think about those who are doing the social justice things of the protest said I'm fine with it the guy said well would you go back and do the same thing as a player you didn't do that as a player he said now I wouldn't change anything he said I when I played basketball I took it that I was a professional basketball player it was my job to be professional basketball player not to be anything else now he he made sharper just to say I don't denigrate those were doing it now and good for them they should know what whatever but he made it very clear that he knew the job the job was to be a perfect for you as a professional football player for him it was a professional basketball player and what you do off the court and after your after your season is done then maybe you can go in protest at city hall if you want but not while you're playing the game does that make sense to you yeah well he's he is.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on AP News

"X. T. after a string of cancel concert country band Alabama says its postponing the remainder of its fiftieth anniversary tore lead singer Randy Owen who's sixty nine has been dealing with health complications from migraines and vertigo and doctors say he needs more time to recover bass player and vocalist teddy gentry wrote the statement that though he and the rest of the band are disappointed always recovery is the priority the fifty city tour was scheduled through November twenty third where would have ended in Salisbury Maryland reschedule dates are expected to be announced in the coming weeks the impact of the federal budget passed earlier this summer will be realized much sooner than expected A. P. isn't typical wire reports initial projections show the deficit for fiscal year twenty twenty will be more than a trillion dollars the Congressional Budget Office says the recent budget deal between the White House a website by October that would act as a digital verifier of news that people suspect of being fake the issue of fake news has been a major concern in several southeast Asian nations critics say misinformation circulated on social media help stir up communal violence in Myanmar especially toward the Muslim minority it also plagued recent elections in Indonesia and the Philippines one of the world's largest shipping port operates is the Dubai based in state owned DP world is reporting strong financials for the first half of the year is reporting revenue is up nearly thirty two percent of profits up almost twenty seven percent from the same period last year revenue reached three point one billion euros with profits reaching six hundred and seventy nine million euros the company appears to be on course to surpass last year's profits of one point two nine billion dollars he's chairman and CEO Salton act made been sued I am said despite global trade disputes and regional geopolitics causing uncertainty the company should deliver full year results slightly ahead of market expectations eight.

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 Mexico seizes more than 1,300 pounds of cocaine at sea

Barsky Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Mexico seizes more than 1,300 pounds of cocaine at sea

"Really sure anyway. So you're two hundred pounds of coke was seized actually two hundred twenty one pounds totally two hundred twenty one pounds the largest seizure of cocaine in twenty five years. This is around sixty miles northwest of Los Angeles. So this wasn't even like this. We're talking about the Mexico area this came. So you tell me drugs are coming into this country other than over the border other than being smuggled into baby strollers seriously mentioned that basically wait until somebody tells him about the opioid crisis. My Lord anyway, so six days later after this happened on the twenty second of January seven more bundles totally seventeen point five pounds discovered on a ship from Guatemala. So they're coming into these ports of entry. Or is it? He's ports and the street value, by the way. Let's see there was, but it was also thirty eight hundred pounds of meth. Cheeky fifty five point nine pounds of coke and Levin point five pounds of heroin. That's a nice backpack right there. Snack back. That's a good old fashioned snack better trail mix of drugs. Yeah. Yeah. The officials are saying that was total street value altogether. Everything one point two nine billion dollars. So you tell me that El Chapo was doing this for thirty years, and he didn't he didn't abscond with. Ten to fifteen billion dollars over the years when this thing is like a one billion dollar hall over like, just one one particular situation. So anyway. That's a lot of coke, man. That's

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Three. In the air two problems actually to warn you about. Zanger's I the west on the ground tears, walks through parks looked in cars tenths, and basically, we'll keep love your neighbor, west LA. Monica Rix, KFI News Radio station. With dan. Six forty. And got some bad speakers, man, bad speakers. And I'm not talking about. Guys. You know, speak and open up for a lunch or dinner is something I'm talking about speaker's that could kill you filled with methamphetamine, we are talking about one point seven tonnes data mean that is the biggest seizure and US history happened over here. This is the port of Los Angeles happened on January eleven now during an inspection. The contraband was found hidden inside of a shipment of speakers bound for Australia. The drugs were found in two containers concealed inside dozens of metal boxes declared single out. Speakers inspectors found three thousand eight hundred ten I think that was the tip says declared single loudspeakers I've never heard of something like. What do you got in there? I got baby clothes. What are you got up and Anna's about their single loudspeakers? Hey, how come this? So loud. I don't know. They're just louder another speakers. There's some speakers at aren't loud. Really? There's some speakers that are really that loud. Yeah. These are single loud. One's single loudspeakers. Oh, yeah. Let's open those suckers. Oh, inspectors found three thousand eight hundred ten pounds. That's about one point seven tonnes one point seven tons of meth of methamphetamine, fifty five point nine pounds of cocaine and eleven point five pounds of heroin. That's an estimated street value of one point two nine billion dollars. Why would you put it all in one or two containers? Why wouldn't you divvy that up amongst, you know, three hundred containers? You're talking about a billion dollars. Right. A billion dollars nine billion point two nine billion dollars one point three billion dollars worth of drugs. Okay. One point three billion dollars divide that up into fifty containers. And that side twenty million dollars per container little over twenty million dollars per container. That's the way to go. You know, what I think I gotta get the drug business in a heavy way. I think I got to be the mastermind Intel these guys, hey, don't put a billion and a half dollars where the drugs and two containers divided up into fifty we've got a much better shot of getting it out of the country. I don't care it's loudspeakers or not getting into Australia. Come on guys. What's wrong with you? With the hell does it. What's going on with these guys one point two nine billion dollars? Investigators say the big bust was the result of a collaborative effort between ice and Australian federal authorities. Oh is they wanna get rid of ice? Right..

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Picked up since since they've been winning. Would you say that it's been especially heavy in the last week? We can have most everybody signed a gift that bears stuff for Christmas. And so I went in perfect time Gardner says he should have new supplies before the first playoff game in January paying for elementary and secondary education. In Illinois remains a work in progress. Wolf chief financial officer for the state board of education says evidence based funding requires a lot of money going back to the September board retreat, we were tasked with coming up with an estimated amount of what it would take to ensure that every school district is it ninety percent of capacity to meet expectations. That estimate is four point nine two nine billion dollars to get every school district to at least ninety percent of adequacy that almost five billion dollars. Is on top of the almost seven billion appropriated for the current fiscal year at the Eleanor capital. Dave doll, News Radio on one zero five point nine FM, the most famous resident at the field museum is back and ready to move into her new home. Sue, the t Rex now has a private suite complete with sound lighting and video screens. There's also a narrated story about how sue lived in might have died. Millions of years ago collections manager Bill Simpson I've been in on the project since the very beginning. So I knew that this was the original plan, and it's really satisfying to finally see it come to fruition after eighteen years. Sue is the biggest and best preserved T Rex a man who served twenty years of a life sentence for double murders was released from prison yesterday after Cook County prosecutors dropped their case against him. After multiple witnesses admitted to lying on the stand during his trial. Matthew, soap, Ron was convicted for a one thousand nine hundred five gang shooting that killed a pair of eighth grade girls. WBZ news time one twenty three. Remember when a Cup of coffee at home put you back about Nick. That was a long time ago. Sure. But at hills brothers coffee, we still believe that a great Cup of coffee shouldn't cost an arm and a leg it shouldn't take six words to describe ten minutes to make or acquire amount of whipped cream..

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Business News Roundup

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Business News Roundup

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Business. News roundup by chronicle news services from business agile agile int- AGI Elian T technologies on Monday reported fiscal fourth quarter profit of one hundred ninety five million dollars. The Santa Clara company said that its earnings suggested for one time gains and costs came to eighty one cents per share. The results beat Wall Street expectations of seventy three cents per share. The scientific instrument maker posted revenue of one point two nine billion dollars in the period, which also beat street forecasts for the year Angela reported profit of three hundred sixteen million dollars or ninety seven cents per share revenue was reported as four point nine one billion dollars for the current quarter ending in February agile, it expects its per share earnings to range from seventy one cents to seventy three cents. The company said it expects revenue in the range of one point two six billion dollars. To one point two eight billion dollars for the fiscal first quarter. Analysts surveyed by Zacks had expected revenue up one point two eight billion dollars agile and expects full year earnings in the range of three dollars to three dollars five cents per share with revenue ranging from five point one three billion dollars to five point one seven billion dollars into it into it said Monday that it had a fiscal first quarter net income of thirty four million dollars after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier, the Mountain View companies earnings suggested for one time gains and costs were twenty nine cents per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations which were for earnings of eleven cents per share, the maker of turbo tax QuickBooks and other accounting software posted revenue of one point zero two billion dollars also topping forecasts for the current quarter ending in February into it expects its per share earnings to range from eighty five to eighty eight cents. The company said it expects revenue in the rain. Range of one point four seven billion dollars to one point four nine billion dollars for the fiscal second quarter.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Pulled within two games won the World Series by winning a record setting game against the Red Sox in the wee hours of the morning and the longest World Series game ever played max Muncie homered off Nathan evolved in the bottom of the eighteenth inning giving the dodgers a three to two walk off win. Over the Red Sox Boston still leads two games to one the Red Sox. Nearly ended it in the thirteenth but second baseman in Kinsley to out throwing error allowed Los Angeles to score the tying run rookie Walker. Bueller? Dazzled over seven shutout innings for the dodgers. Alex. Would Elliot's ninth pitcher of the night picked up the victory. That's Mark Myers reporting. A rare one thousand dollar Bill nicknamed the grand watermelon for its ornate green zeros is all Knox. And for just over two million dollars. Only three of eighteen thousand put notes remain in private collections. One note sold for Dallas for years ago for three point two nine billion dollars. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. The academy said to be growing. But there are clouds on the horizon three point five percent growth from July through September. A really good number say experts who predict we'll see three percent growth for the whole year. That would be the best yearly number in thirteen years. But it's not all good news, economists eyeing rising interest rates and the trade war with China worry, the growth next year will be slower corresponded Rita Foley on Wall Street. Thanks were slow yesterday. The Dow was two hundred ninety six effectively erasing all of its profits. Now for the entire year. Recapping our top story this hour a gunman today. Burst into a synagogue in. Pittsburgh reportedly shouting all Jews must die before opening fire killing as many as eight people to figure still being finalized by police. Three police officers said to have been wounded as responded to the breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Nvidia.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

"Which is nick sabin gets paid seven point zero nine million dollars a year plus he got a seven hundred thousand dollar bonus less last year in alabama boosters paid for all of his three million dollar house i mean i'm gonna keep going the conference commissioner salaries of the pack twelve is three point three point four million of the big ten is three point one million of which he gets twenty million dollar bonus on the back end the big twelve is two point three million to sec is two point one million in the acc is two million in i guess you would call it athletic apparel each year ucla who sponsored by under armour gets paid twelve point six million dollars a year louisville who sponsored by ten point nine six million dollars a year texas sponsored by nike gets nine point seven six million dollars a year in michigan who's now sponsored by jordan it gets paid seven point seven nine million dollars a year of those four deals i just said the one ending the soonest is louisville in twenty twenty eight and they signed it in two thousand eighteen just to give you a case study so louisville who is the highest grossing athletic department their yearly revenue was forty five point one million their donations every years thirty point three million their athletic and licensing rights fees are thirty eight point one million their expenses are two point two million so they're net profit every year nath athletic department or at least the last year was forty one million six hundred and seventy thousand dollars six hundred seventy thousand six hundred eighty three dollars sorry that's hard to say is that a lot of money i don't know forty one million dollars i mean that's what roger goodell makes every year but he makes more than that i think is that just off a basketball or is that off of all their sports sports that's an astronomical amount of fucking money and here's where it gets even more interesting so advertising is obviously a huge thing in college board specifically march madness in the ad revenue from the march madness alone last year was one point two nine billion dollars.

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

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 2 years ago

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

"That's right yeah warren buffett previously warned about a nightmare on its way he said that this would come about thanks to new accounting rules and absolutely that came through in the first quarter berkshirehathaway reported at one point one four billion dollar loss in that first three months of the year that's the company's first quarterly loss since two thousand nine now this this is off the new repulsing rules mean that companies basically have to report unrealized gains or losses in the equity investments and they must declare that in their net income now buffet said the rule will mean truly wild and capricious he said swings in gaap earnings he did say the operating results were better barometer of performance because they don't include stocks that are held regarding operating prophet boxer hathaway's jumped forty nine percent in the first quarter to five point two nine billion dollars okay yeah warren buffett's being quite concerned i it was also worth noting about that meeting with berkshire hathaway's investors i mean thousands turned up of course as ever for this annual shinde but the basically a lot of the political issues around president donald trump around policy and so on warren buffett managed to size that even though he's a man of course he was in the public high so regularly in the us and around the world he did say however trade issue between the united states and china he saw that as being potentially possible to resolve essentially he really see much risk going forward from those trading issues between china and the united states so we're going to wrap it up there thank you very much indeed.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Wall street got swapped with a double ganger from bizarro world where everything's backwards preps today is opposite day what about conspiracy masterminded by the variant alumina i know they've been told operate on stocks periodically honestly i wish it were that simple reality even as the company has more than a hundred billion dollars in the bank yet hundred investors got freaked out by the fact that alphabet is spending a lot of money that's what it comes down to now amazon netflix they can get away with spending much more they're hyper growth stocks growthoriented money managers you're perfectly happy with these companies spending money like drunken sailors but incredibly alphabet has become more of a value oriented tech stock now and the value guys tend to care about the bottom line uber alles now this spending comes in different baskets added your day to day operating causing your capital expenditures which investments in the long term success of the business on the operational side people worry about alphabets traffic acquisition costs were tack what the company pays its online partner support it's advertisements company spent six point two nine billion dollars on traffic acquisition this quarter and that sequel twenty four percent of its address news and this is what freaked people out it's up twenty two percent that translate into weaker margins and i never want to be glib about margin erosion that was the absolute most negative thing about this quarter and i don't think it's that negative see i think it's crazy to stock sold off on this one line first of all of its management's been telling us it's traffic acquisition costs would rise for some time it's not like this came out of nowhere on it was totally telegraphed second these higher costs are the product of a deliberate decision valvo wants to put up the kind of incredible growth it just gave us it needs to double danell fast growing markets like mobile searching youtube advertising but those areas have higher traffic acquisition costs and lower martin's than alphabets traditional desktop search biz you have to ask yourself why are we fretting about.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Wall street got swapped with a double ganger from bizarro world where everything's backwards preps today is opposite day what about conspiracy masterminded by the variant alumina i know they've been told operate on stocks periodically honestly i wish it were that simple reality even as the company has more than a hundred billion dollars in the bank yet hundred investors got freaked out by the fact that alphabet is spending a lot of money that's what it comes down to now amazon netflix they can get away with spending much more they're hyper growth stocks growthoriented money managers you're perfectly happy with these companies spending money like drunken sailors but incredibly alphabet has become more of a value oriented tech stock now and the value guys tend to care about the bottom line uber alles now this spending comes in different baskets added your day to day operating causing your capital expenditures which investments in the long term success of the business on the operational side people worry about alphabets traffic acquisition costs were tack what the company pays its online partner support it's advertisements company spent six point two nine billion dollars on traffic acquisition this quarter and that sequel twenty four percent of its address news and this is what freaked people out it's up twenty two percent that translate into weaker margins and i never want to be glib about margin erosion that was the absolute most negative thing about this quarter and i don't think it's that negative see i think it's crazy to stock sold off on this one line first of all of its management's been telling us it's traffic acquisition costs would rise for some time it's not like this came out of nowhere on it was totally telegraphed second these higher costs are the product of a deliberate decision valvo wants to put up the kind of incredible growth it just gave us it needs to double danell fast growing markets like mobile searching youtube advertising but those areas have higher traffic acquisition costs and lower martin's than alphabets traditional desktop search biz you have to ask yourself why are we fretting about.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on PRI's The World

"That night i could not sleep because of the airstrikes yes it was really bad i remember those look really shaking shake him because of how strong the earth was shaking because of the rockets hitting and you know my mom would call every ten minutes you'll k and like are you okay son is a city under siege strikes day in day out the campaign is led by saudi arabia and backed by the west in may two thousand fifteen president obama met with arab leaders at camp david you might remember this and later the obama administration fasttrack the sale of major weapons to coalition countries saudi arabia alone one point two nine billion dollars worth of bombs one point one five billion dollars worth of tanks and half a billion dollars amunition back in yemen summer inman are still living under bombs the war showed no signs of ending and they're thinking about fleeing to the united states and right then we talked with summer on the show again summer nassir went to yemen this sprang to visit her family and got stuck in the war right now there it's about five thirty there's just over us as you can hear the antiaircraft missiles and guns than shootings from what i know that hitting the airport listen closely.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"To me this is a multiple that is way too excited i think that if you also think about in terms of of if walmart goes to highs it would go to highs not seen since 2013 are we at the point where walmart today is in a better position versus now any fifteen i don't think we say now i think he's looking in 18 bill us business eighteen billion ecommerce going to twenty four billion dollars that's what they suggested that's great that's sales let's put in perspective compared to an amazon you know they're they're going to do what two hundred two nine billion dollars next year in us sales right so you look at eu said you you question yourself the expense it's going to take walmart to catch up to play catchup position defense if he asked marc lory marc morial tell you he wants his company be viewed as a technology company the reality is they're not even close in the play catchup was going to cost them an absolute they've already said there is a percent of sales they're spending a 21percent journal's to catch up business so i want to check it out but we'll talk about the latest the latest conversation has been groceries grocery walmart owns groceries 50 percent cheer in groceries but were be abbas amazon's perceptive dow was the latest craze when amazon's got whole foods the couldn't compete with that but they own that spot right exactly and guess what that couldn't be more competitive amazon shares that quite here's a thought maybe we are making the wrong comparison maybe it's not walmart necessarily versus amazon.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"No i i don't see it that way and i will fit it for me there is great value in the basic nuts and bolts of journalism whether it's baseball government any area that it in the public interest now obviously baseball not importance government we all know that but if not simply steering out information their step to supporting and i'm not gonna say every story i do at at it doesn't but there's a lot of value back into finding out things and i'll give you an example in the sturdier we all acknowledge that we didn't covered as well as we should have but what some great worked on i'm nightingale had a story in 1997 i believe basically saying everything that was going on couldn't named players pretty said this was an issue harvard uci with the kennedy story these were things that were of great value and pushed the story along and at can the is always going to be there and i know fans get upset when i write a report negatively about their teams but to that because the big league folks hesitant these three two nine billion dollar industry and it needs to be reported on that that kind of what where i come from that's what i do and transactional tough sure that part of it but i don't see that as the bigger parties constantly working on stories beyond if i always gonna lift usually like three or four i'm working on now some of them are not hard news maybe it might be a feature but it will be a feature that uncovers some interesting things that many people didn't know before i think there's tremendous value that always and i don't worry about that ever being less invoke people always want information and they also not just wanted to commission they want caught x increasingly they weren't context and that is what people like me are supposed to provide do you talk shop at all with the can rosenthal analogues in other sports the roaches in and schefter zain do you have any sense of how the job differs in those sports whether it's easier in some ways harder and others i don't talk shop of that however i met them i will woge a little bit i'd running in a couple of times at one point use even working for fox.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The land of fruits and nuts it is the way into fruits and nuts literally we supply twothirds of this country's fruits and nuts and about 25 percent of what we grow here get's exported all over the world where the leading state in farm receipts what is interesting is some of these crops have changed some of these commodities that are farm have changed over the years and so for example orange county orange county isn't really known for citrus anymore in fact the largest thing that was produced in orange county the largest commodity was you'll never guess it so i'm not going to play that game with you a thing that they call woody ornamental s stuff to put in i guess to putting wreaths the put on your front door to put his part of arrangements that's the number one farm thing in orange county in riverside its milk in san bernardino county its milk milk is a huge part of the california economy six point two nine billion dollars worth of milk in cream we produced in 2015 twenty percent of this country's milk here's another thing california produces ninety nine percent or more in this country of the following crops almonds i knew that one already figs olives ninety nine percent of this country's peaches come from california so you can go right to health georgia kiwi fruit dates pomegranates raisins walnuts plumps pistachios and uh the variety of rice known as sweet rice which by the way isn't isn't that sweet and finally when it comes to food i love this little story and because this was from a world that i worked in for twenty eight years you remember all the the guys who were occupying the national wildlife refuge up in oregon the almond bundy and assorted people okay well a lot of them are facing charges and a pending trial over that flap and one of the guys is a guy was there named jason blomgren jason blonde graham has already pleaded guilty to conspiring to impede federal employees and he's out on bail and he has been subpoenaed to testify at the trial against almond bundy and those other people while he has been out he has tested twice for drugs specifically opiates so they go to court and the government says well he tested for morphine and now he's test it again for morphine and oxycodone and.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Igor up and cleveland wisconsin which is located in manatee county and not too far away from here and vicks generation families dairy and crap farm now from a young age allies had a strong agriculture background in contrast now we always hear how tough it is via dairy farmer because those cows they need to be milked what twice a day every day early in the morning what's the toughest part of grown up at a dairy farm our therapies tough as part about growing up is picking rocks picking rise again fell farmers in order to you plant some of their fields there's racks that come up every year so that was one of my torrance growing up it's going into the field and picking weight so even if you picked the rockets one year the next year more rocks appear yes how marla i'll start accidents every year every year i never knew that some fields were better than others but yeah so that was my favorite chore fire we are glad that you're here in its grilling season it's such a great time to really talk a little bit about some of wisconsin's great products especially stuff you can put on the grill exactly wisconsin's meat and poultry industry as something really remarkable here in our state and in fact in two thousand sixteen miscanthus meat and poultry industry generated twenty seven point two nine billion dollars jonomic activities billion while that my the unless hanson so what are some of the biggest products that have as an impact on our economy when we talk about stuff for the grill what do we do a lot of sell wisconsin is definitely known for a sausage and bratwurst tear us i brought in some of the bassin greedy and said i could find to make a classic wisconsin bratwurst tell us what that would consist of because you can basically the whole thing without having to venture far from wisconsin and stuff exactly and the first thing that i brought in that a lotta people forget about the buying by i think a quality brought you have to have a cloudy time that good exactly the ones that i've read in today akram classens european bakery classic rawls a really great bannon just really enhances that favour and then of course going into the.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Nintendo released its switch app for android and iowa's ahead of the launch of split tune to friday the apple allow features like voice chat and game invites starting with platoon to foxconn wistron comb paul and peggy tron have all filed antitrust accusations against qualcomm in the us district court for the southern district of california the filings are counterclaims against qualcomm lawsuit filed in may seeking to force the contractors to pay licence fees that apple had asked the contractors not to pay apple and qualcom are in court over license fee payment disputes bluetooth sing released the for bluetooth mesh tuesday the spec will help small devices like smart home devices create a mesh network over bluetooth so they can transfer signals saving power by not having to boost signal strength the standard requires all communications to be encrypted bluetooth mesh can be added to any device that supports bluetooth four or five whatsapp users in china have reported an inability to use the messaging app without vpns for sending photos and videos simple text messages still seem to get through bloomberg reports what's app is not responsible for the outage ibm reported its twentyfirst consecutive quarter of revenue declined down four percent to nineteen point two nine billion dollars against expectations of nineteen point four six billion dollars earnings per share were two dollars ninety seven cents versus an expected to dollars and 74 cents cloud revenue was up fifteen percent yearoveryear and analytics revenue up four percent all other divisions were down.

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"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"two nine billion dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Nintendo released its switch app for android and iowa's ahead of the launch of split tune to friday the apple allow features like voice chat and game invites starting with platoon to foxconn wistron comb paul and peggy tron have all filed antitrust accusations against qualcomm in the us district court for the southern district of california the filings are counterclaims against qualcomm lawsuit filed in may seeking to force the contractors to pay licence fees that apple had asked the contractors not to pay apple and qualcom are in court over license fee payment disputes bluetooth sing released the for bluetooth mesh tuesday the spec will help small devices like smart home devices create a mesh network over bluetooth so they can transfer signals saving power by not having to boost signal strength the standard requires all communications to be encrypted bluetooth mesh can be added to any device that supports bluetooth four or five whatsapp users in china have reported an inability to use the messaging app without vpns for sending photos and videos simple text messages still seem to get through bloomberg reports what's app is not responsible for the outage ibm reported its twentyfirst consecutive quarter of revenue declined down four percent to nineteen point two nine billion dollars against expectations of nineteen point four six billion dollars earnings per share were two dollars ninety seven cents versus an expected to dollars and 74 cents cloud revenue was up fifteen percent yearoveryear and analytics revenue up four percent all other divisions were down.

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