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The T2 chip is also gone, but the laptop retains the exact same fan and cooling system, with no differences whatsoever.
If Republicans hold one Georgia seat, they retain the chamber.
The final material has 90 percent less volume, while retaining 90 percent of its nutrients.
Starting pay rates will rise 5% “so our store managers can continue to attract and retain new talent,” Starbucks Executive Vice President Rossann Williams said in a memo seen by Bloomberg.
STARBUCKS GIVES BARISTAS A 10% RAISECLAIRE ZILLMAN, REPORTERNOVEMBER 19, 2020FORTUNE
If a developer doesn’t reach $1 million in revenue in 2021, they will retain that discount in 2022.
In the longer term, the success of banks—new and old—will depend on their ability to retain customers and extract more value from them over the course of a lifetime, says CB Insights.
In comparison, only 33 percent of customers are retained by companies that have a weak omnichannel strategy.
Identifying a compelling purpose, says Levine, not only helps attract and retain talented employees but also energizes a company’s leaders and gives them the type of direction that will lead to better decisions.
Smart sensors embedded in concrete enable engineers to monitor the infrastructure and make data-driven decisions about when a road can open while retaining maximum life expectancy.
The form-fitting cut helps them retain warmth, too, but the fabric is breathable enough so you don’t sweat out.
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