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That could triple the financial payoff for shareholders, including Burry, whose investment firm owned 2 million shares.
With that profile as backdrop, the few advertisers already on the app are now hoping the work they’re doing now leads to a big payoff down the line.
The companies asking for body photographs and videos think the payoff is worth the exposure.
Now, however, opting into one of those services provides random companies with a lot more information than they need about you for almost no payoff.
These areas of open ocean beyond the territorial jurisdiction of any nation are generally considered high-effort, low-payoff fishing grounds, yet fishers continue to work in them anyway.
The best payoff results from a strong receiver partnering with a high sender, while the worst payoff results from a weak receiver partnering with a high sender.
That might make it unappealing for many, but for those who have passion for the work, the payoff is well worth the labor.
The Expanse's fifth season is the best since its first, a long-awaited high-stakes payoff to several seasons' worth of setup.
Relationship building is a long-term play, but the payoff makes it well worth the wait.
The strong growth was a payoff for work done all year to adapt to extraordinary circumstances.

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