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It is encouraging to see many American companies, large and small, speak out about issues of racial inequity, though not all have backed up their talk with action.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson signaled he would let the talks collapse if a deal isn’t made before mid-October rather than compromise.
The first wave of responses was to move to online events, virtual summits and a variety of webinars, but there’s also the question of informal talks and sales meetings that need to be rethought in order to maintain the quality of interaction.
“We had the talk,” said Laurel Rossi, chief partnerships officer at Organic.
Virtual events are the talk of marketing departments these days.
In the last decade, the field of algebraic geometry was set on fire by “perfectoid spaces” rather than “Scholze spaces” because Peter Scholze kept on calling them that in his talks and papers.
However, I will say this, we’re seeing a lot of talk in the media about cases.
TikTok, along with its parent company, denied receiving a bid from Triller, telling Term Sheet late Sunday that it had no plans to enter talks in the future.
TikTok has reportedly held talks with buyers including Microsoft, Walmart, Oracle, and Twitter.
And is this a mere fantastic talk, or is this a thing that could be done and that ought to be done?
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