Results for: picard Search Results
Family Filter:
Ryan Thomason is Jean-Luc Picard.
9 Sep 2007
Share Video

Moii qui chante Thinking of it, de Pascale Picard
29 Feb 2008
Share Video

This is a Fan made (by me) Star Trek music video. Dedicated to Captain Picard and Commander Data Miss you data... -Abhishek
23 Jun 2008
Share Video

Picard's Peanuts - ******* Sat, Jan 3 2009 *******www.inventingaplanet**** Meetup Trying to get to Detroit, gotta meetup with Paul R Potts *******thepottshouse****/
2 Jan 2009
Share Video

A Trip to Alberta Canada in March 2008 For Claire And Her Friend Ron With A Spoof Star Trek Theme As He Sorta Looked Like Jean Luc Picard LoL
30 May 2009
Share Video

John Picard addresses the challenges of striving for a sustainable model of production and consumption.
5 Jun 2010
Share Video

John Picard predicts that we will make strides in sustainable engineering through bio-mimickry. But the reason we will be able to become more sustainable is that the economic engine we rely on in the U.S. will make doing the right thing more profitable.
6 Jun 2010
Share Video

John Picard talks about how new tools have become available that help us understand our effects on the environment. He asserts that today's students have the technology and the desire to make our products sustainable.
5 Jun 2010
Share Video

*******OctaneReport**** for more info. Be sure to subscribe to our channel here for more videos! Prior to X-Games 16 in Los Angeles, we catch up with Team BF Goodrich as they setup and demo their rally cars. Drivers Sam Hubinette and Andrew Comrie Picard ACP, both in a Lancer Evolution. Onboard with ACP's Evo 9 as well.
28 Jul 2010
Share Video

*******OctaneReport**** for more info. Be sure to subscribe to our channel here for more videos! Prior to X-Games 16 in Los Angeles, we catch up with Team BF Goodrich as they practice with their rally cars. Onboard with Andrew Comrie Picard and his Lancer Evolution 9.
10 Oct 2010
Share Video

Picard says beat it
26 Aug 2010
Share Video

Transcript by Newsy**** BY BARBARA MANINGAT You're watching multisource sports and business video news analysis from Newsy. New York Mets owners Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz are in legal hot water for their involvement with infamous investor Bernie Madoff -- and it’s put their team’s future in limbo. Bernard Madoff fooled thousands into investing in his illegitimate investment securities operation, lining his own pockets with the profit-- (Video: 60 Minutes) --and sharing a pretty penny with his most prominent investors Wilpon and Katz. Because of this, they’re seen as both victims of fraud and villains by other investors. Wilpon and Katz are being sued by Irving Picard, the court-appointed trustee acting as a financial bounty hunter -- suing anyone he can to get every penny back for Madoff’s victims. Picard and his chief council tell 60 Minutes they’re going after quote- ‘net winners’ -- victims who actually took more money than they ever invested. SHEEHAN: “I think, as everyone was participating in this, and just feeding off this trough of greed, at the end of it, what they were looking for was it to continue. They were hoping it was never going to end.” The New York Times breaks down the millions of dollars the Mets might owe other victims. “The lawsuit seeks to recover not only $300 million in... ‘fictitious profits’ -- the difference between what the Wilpon and Katz entities put into Madoff’s investment firm and what they took out...” So when a team’s owners are facing financial ruin, what should they do? Katz and Wilpon say, sell it -- well, up to 25 percent of it. But a writer for The New York Baseball Digest says Wilpon is dreaming. “... even a minority stakeholder wouldn’t offer enough cash to allow the Wilpons to continue owning the Mets. That leaves two options- either the Wilpons find other ways to leverage the Mets and SNY [SportsNet New York], likely badly compromising their ability to spend money on the team’s competitiveness, or the Wilpons will be forced to sell the team.” But a Forbes blogger says going on the market is their only hope, bringing a loaded buyer who would beef up the roster. “Any savvy buyer knows that they will have to spend a lot of money to quickly improve the team and jack up attendance at ratings on SNY [SportsNet New York]. This means competition will heat up to sign free agents and other teams will have to either open up their wallets or be outbid by the Mets.” Fred Wilpon told Bloomberg -- they’re still exploring options, and the Mets aren’t going on sale just yet. Get more multisource business video news analysis from Newsy.
1 Feb 2011
Share Video

Download the entire move at www.borgwarmovie****
11 Mar 2007
Share Video

Download the entire movie at www.BorgWarMovie****
11 Mar 2007
Share Video