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In stepping into the solo CEO role, the 33-year-old Tenev will be under considerable pressure to show Robinhood is built for the long term—pressure that will only increase once the company goes public.
Fritillaria delavayi from regions that experience greater harvesting pressure are more camouflaged than those from less harvested areas, researchers report November 20 in Current Biology.
Executives are free to sell, and they’re not under any pressure whatsoever to deliver results.
All of these factors could put pressure on Clayton’s Democratic successor.
One media buyer noted that much of the near-term planning is dependent on brands having the necessary data to be able to change course on a dime and that the shift in mindset could put pressure on data and reporting teams.
Therefore, the providers may feel less pressure to pay more to keep channels on their pay-TV services.
With Microsoft Surface continuing to gain momentum for its ultra-high-quality notebooks, Mac faces more competition and will be under pressure to get this right— sooner than later.
WHAT IF APPLE’S NEW MAC CHIPS ARE TRASH?RHHACKETTFORTUNENOVEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
I’ve written here many times about the pressure CEOs feel from employees, consumers and even investors to improve their positive contributions to society.
A DIFFERENT BREED OF LEADERALAN MURRAYNOVEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
The FDA has been under pressure from scientists to set tough standards for a vaccine so that Americans will feel it has been rigorously vetted and is safe to use.
Disney’s struggles have put increased pressure on ESPN to make cuts, according to the people with knowledge of the cuts.

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