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Facing twin crises, four museum directors share their vision and hopes for the future.
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Where stocks are concerned, that ray of hope is leading pros to reconsider where they’ll earn the best returns.
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Those hopes, though, seem to rest on what happens in the Senate run-offs in Georgia, Noto said.
Chris Grove of the research firm Eilers & Krejcik Gaming said that sportsbooks are generally paying several hundreds of dollars in customer acquisition costs in hopes of acquiring lifetime values in excess of a thousand dollars per paying customer.
There’s hope for symbiosis between its left and its center if they don’t eat each other alive.
The hopes and the fears and the challenges facing a single mom who votes for a Democrat are the same as the challenges that face a single mom who votes Republican.
Democrats control the governor’s mansion and had no hope of trying to get the legislature in their control.
David Plotz, formerly the CEO of Atlas Obscura and editor-in-chief of Slate, is launching a podcast company called City Cast, which will produce local news audio shows in the hopes of pooling them together to better sell ads.
When their attraction outpaces their resistance to each other, they don’t bumble forward and hope for the best.
Meanwhile oil prices surged Monday, as did sectors such as carmakers, airlines, and cruise operators, on hopes that a vaccine would mean an end to lockdowns.

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