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The remaining teams were polled on their initial preference, and the Lakers and Clippers voted to end the season.
Earlier this year, Criteo began work on what it is calling a “revocable identification system” — a portal where consumers could access their privacy profile and update their preferences for how they can be targeted across web browsers and apps.
People in innumerable quantities all around the world are showing a similar change in preferences.
Well, I guess it all really depends on your personal preference and also, more importantly, what region you hail from.
Consumers are shifting their needs and preferences to new types of content and new ways of engaging with companies.
So one limitation of this metric is that it can’t determine whether a senator agrees with the president unless the president announces his preferences on a bill.
Agencies can also conduct surveys to learn about vulnerable people’s communication preferences.
In this way, the given reward was “in tune” with the monkey’s innate preference—similar to food, sex, drugs, or alcohol.
Businesses need to be able to listen closely to consumer fears, needs, and preferences as they evolve.
Pat Brown saw that same strong preference for meat when he decided that the number-one scientific problem to solve was replacing animals as food.

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