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Justice’s companies have paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines for those violations, which are fairly common and seen as a cost of doing business in the coal industry.
In this analogy, each year represents seven years in this industry — because they are very intense ones.
Nonetheless, the coronavirus crisis is likely to lead to long-term changes for the TV and streaming industry.
He bolstered the sales staff and set out after new customers in finance, healthcare, and other industries.
Investors and consultants said the dispute troubled them, especially given Murray’s status at the firm and in the financial industry overall.
Fortune Connect’s ultimate goal, however, is to drive community across a variety of industries that would not otherwise intersect, according to McGirt.
Venture capitalists know money, but they don’t always know your business better than you do, and sometimes they don’t know your industry better than you do either.
The draft executive order was one of hundreds of emails between the companies, industry groups and top officials at the USDA since March.
I’m curious what it is about the restaurant industry that attracts this type of scrappy person.
Ninety percent of its sales are for items in which TransDigm is, in industry lingo, the “sole source” provider.
THE BIG CORPORATE RESCUE AND THE AMERICA THAT’S TOO SMALL TO SAVEBY LYDIA DEPILLIS, JUSTIN ELLIOTT AND PAUL KIELSEPTEMBER 12, 2020PROPUBLICA

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