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The London-based nonprofit Privacy International has challenged the legality of the data broker business under GDPR, targeting Oracle among others.
Google is the largest broker of ad sales on all other sites, serving most buyers and most sellers.
WHY WE DON’T NEED TO BREAK UP GOOGLEAARON PRESSMANSEPTEMBER 4, 2020FORTUNE
John Casey, then the city’s ballpark administrator who also helped with major real estate deals, said he kicked around potential solutions with Jason Hughes, a commercial real estate broker and unpaid city adviser.
A study by Savills, the commercial property broker, found that traffic last month at high-end shopping malls in three of China’s top five cities had returned to, or exceeded, pre-virus levels.
For these brokers, the big money isn’t in the stock market—it’s in options.
A delivery of a policy therefore, to an insurance broker, would be a delivery to his principal.
A bill and note broker who does not disclose the principal's name is liable like other agents as a principal.
Thence, indeed, in the course of a few days went a wealthy broker whose sign was three balls.
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They drove on, and reaching Winnipeg next day, went straight to Graham the wheat-broker's offices.
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"I'll make it that much, and see the others do their share," said Dane, and then glanced at the broker with a curious smile.
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