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She does what is right for her and offers inclusion for the taking.
The bench and people are part of the permanent collection and not for the taking.
He likes to stay on his toes when it comes to marketing and doing things worth risk-taking.
Here are five cloud business toolmakers that may be ripe for the taking.
In the swift and chaotic pivot to virtual test-taking, companies like Respondus — along with competitors including Honorlock, ProctorU and Proctorio — have stepped in to help schools keep watch on students.
Analysts said that profit-taking after the recent rally, and speculation about tighter regulations, were among the reasons for the shift lower.
TechCrunch has covered aggressive extension rounds in recent months, putting Teampay in good company with firms that are doing well, leading to their taking on more capital to go even faster.
They feel fine, but I really like having my hands free for snacking, picture-taking, map-reading, scrambling, and so on.
The youngest tenured professor at the Wharton School, psychologist Adam Grant’s philosophy of giving and taking has influenced not just the readers of his multiple best-sellers but also millions on YouTube via his successful TED Talk.
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