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Weissman is not one of them, though he stands to get patent royalties.
There’s a cohort in the country that only knows the Gonzaga Bulldogs as college basketball royalty.
Once a menu is launched, it is produced by JustKitchen instead of the brands, which are paid royalties.
This year’s struggles have served to highlight concerns over streaming royalties.
A multitude of manual processes and siloed systems meant that developers and publishers couldn’t link complex calculations for royalties to the underlying data.
More than half of emergency small-business funds went to larger businesses, new data showsMcDonald’s, for instance, set aside $1 billion at the start of the pandemic to defer rent and royalty payments for franchise owners until business returned.
SMALL-BUSINESS LOANS TO BIG COMPANIES PROMPT CONGRESS TO OVERHAUL PPP RULESJONATHAN O'CONNELL, ANDREW VAN DAM, AARON GREGG, ALYSSA FOWERSDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
An appeal is pending in one major case, a $35 million judgment against Justice's companies in a coal royalty payment suit in Kentucky.
Under its deal with AstraZeneca, Oxford will receive no royalties during the pandemic but could make millions after it ends through a web of patents including those held by Vaccitech, a for-profit spinoff.
Some affirm that he wrote to please royalty, but if so why did he not condemn the custom to appease the wrath of a sapient king.
By their agreement with the owner, the Company have the right of mining under an area of 185 acres, at a royalty of 6d.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL

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