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Time now for hits and misses of the week -- here.
Call a clean hit to the national football league for the huge fines and suspensions they gave to the New Orleans Saints for paying players to injure.
The players on the opposing teams.
Now yes we all know that it's a tough game we also know that perhaps the NFL's trying to avoid lawsuits here.
And maybe the saints coach Sean Payton is the fall guy in this case.
But the NFL has really over the years been moving -- with -- violence to the edge of criminal thuggery and I think this ruling -- football back from the edge of that cliff good.
Here here -- I have a hit and -- this this week at a fitness to apple CEO Tim Cook.
Is it needs take a chunk out of the company's 98 billion dollar cash file yes that's billion.
It give it back to shareholders in the form of -- dividends and share buybacks.
The -- to Washington it's still imposes taxes on companies like apple that want to bring.
Revenue earned overseas.
Back home now apple I 64 billion dollars sitting in overseas subsidiaries and guess what guys it's gonna stay there until the tax -- us today.
Paul I have a hit for the Manhattan district attorney's office for its innovative use of social media.
Prosecutors are conducting our so called Occupy Wall Street protesters.
By subpoena in their Twitter accounts showing that they intended to break the law and -- were aware that they were doing so one of them -- quote I will twit too on top smiley face.
Part one occupy ringleader says this will have a chilling effect on free speech let's hope instead it has -- -- -- on criminal behavior spoke.
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