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In addition to TFI, the round also saw renewed investment from Maersk, a global oceanic shipping leader and one of Loadsmart’s strategic backers since its Series A round.
Many were people of color, renewing years of critiques that museums have woeful records around diversity, with regard to curatorial staff and leadership, what is on the walls and who comes through the doors.
PLIGHT AT THE MUSEUMJEN TROLIONOVEMBER 20, 2020VOX
Inflexibility can rear its head in other ways, including hidden auto-renews, slow payment terms and one-size-fits-all deal structures that may not cater to specific publishers’ unique needs.
Whatever else can be said about the year 2020, it has at least led to a renewed focus on issues of mental well-being for those open to discussing it.
That’s also prompted a renewed discussion about social issues, with centrists arguing that Democrats have lost the ability to talk to rural voters.
The move to renew ties with Cora was not a surprise to anyone who had been paying attention.
It may not happen, but if we get renewed prosperity, it isn’t unreasonable to forecast that we’ll get much higher yields as well.
On-camera talent are not part of the layoffs, but people both inside and outside ESPN expect there will be high-profile people who will not have their contracts renewed moving forward.
The resurgence in coronavirus cases across the country could lead to renewed business restrictions.
Sifton said that Roman, who has since launched her own paid newsletter, has decided to not renew her column.

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