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The above outlines just a few examples of the challenges facing Google as a business, which will likely have a tangible impact on search.
That subject, like the conflict of Choice’s street scenes, is tangible and immediate.
By taking advantage of semantic search opportunities, a retailer offers a potential customer more tangible, relevant information on a product of interest, and the retailer has a clear path to an already interested buyer for a specific product.
So watching Bidenworld move in his first full week in office was like trying to make sense of smoke — always moving, never tangible and ever open to interpretation.
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He cautioned though that it will take months for the vaccine program to have a tangible impact on the disease.
Valentine “literally did some of the work to make these ideas tangible,” said Josh Epperson, a consultant based in Richmond working with the museum to rethink its mission.
Not catching the train or guzzling gas while in traffic led to some tangible effects for the environment.
Obviously, the line between online and brick and mortar is not as clear since Walmart sells online and Amazon now has physical stores, but this does show how the selection of questions can create real, tangible goodwill benefit for competitors.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion must be a top strategic priority, and have tangible goals linked to a company’s mission and business strategy.
Trusted Intelligence embeds trust in a tangible way that embraces behaviors, processes, business models and outcomes as data moves through the organization — accelerating transformation and lasting value.

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