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Still, Discovery CEO David Zaslav said last month the company was “cautiously optimistic” about the rest of the year.
The studio is optimistic about its performance and potential.
“We are actually cautiously optimistic that we will reach that goal,” he said.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla told Fortune on Wednesday that he remains optimistic there will be enough clinical trial data to know if the vaccine his company is developing is effective by the end of October.
I’m fundamentally optimistic about the future of this business.
That’s why Ives, for one, is still optimistic the stock can go even higher.
Ultimately, the researchers are optimistic that their work will pay off.
While the IRS guidance notes employers are able to “make arrangements” with employees about paying back taxes, those like Moran are not optimistic these agreements will turn out well for the person paying the check.
Stanley says he’s also optimistic based on how Easter panned out.
He said that some activity he’s seen in recent weeks has made him more optimistic for the rest of the year.

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