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Later in life, the undercontrolled 3-year-olds faced the worst prospects.
Far more valuable was the prospect of selling American gas in Europe.
RICK PERRY’S UKRAINIAN DREAMBY SIMON SHUSTER, TIME, AND ILYA MARRITZ, WNYCSEPTEMBER 10, 2020PROPUBLICA
For starters, they reliably pay dividends and have solid top-line prospects.
They think this timeline can help control the spread of the coronavirus and bolster long-term economic prospects.
We need a President who will lead in the face of crisis, rather than cower at the prospect of assuming responsibility.
The optimism many publishers felt about their programmatic advertising prospects last month may have been well placed.
Some parents say they worry that agencies were flexible last Spring as the need to do so was for a few months but with the prospect of being flexible for a whole semester or year, some agencies may not be as forgiving.
The reality is the prospect of TikTok going away is at the bottom of the list of priorities for larger advertisers that are having to furlough people in multiple markets and reallocate media dollars into next year.
The prospects for B2B events are so uncertain that companies which were thinking about moving into them have backed off.
Despite the prospect of some advertisers continuing to boycott after it has officially ended on Friday last week, that lost revenue is likely to barely register on the platform’s balance sheet.

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