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For decades, data centers have been the beating hearts of many businesses—the fortified secret rooms where huge amounts of capital sit, busily transforming electricity into revenue.
Nature takes a beating from a different kind of tourist in Tahoe
It’s a model, as Loncar told Fortune during the time of the AbbVie-Allergan deal, which incentivizes financial engineering over the medical magic which is the beating heart of the industry.
At its subtly beating heart is an attempt to deliver comfort in a small, furry package.
The upfront model of buying and selling ad inventory, which was the cornerstone of television industry ad placement for decades, has taken a beating in 2020.
MaxKare’s adjustable hoop can take a beating from your treys, along with the wind and natural elements.
Of course there were a few stick beatings and stone throwings, too, but not that many.
Rookie quarterback Justin Herbert took a beating all game, even leaving the field for a two-point conversion after hurting his knee, and he still led a last-minute drive to the Raiders’ goal line.
So Buzsaki accepts that these fields have functional roles and are not like the sounds of a beating heart or a locomotive whistle.
This month, Tesla shares have taken a beating following its stock split and failure to join the S&P 500 index.

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