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“Forty-seven days — we’ve got to get this thing done,” Harris told them.
It was just the worst thing that anybody should have to see.
In other words, the current state of things could be America’s reality for another year or so, even if a vaccine or vaccines are produced in record time.
It’s the busiest week since 2014, according to the good folks at Renaissance Capital who track this sort of thing.
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It wasn’t until their story ended up in the New York Times business section, with their picture on the front page above the fold, that things changed.
We bring it in, and we immediately send it out to a variety of things, from florists to bakers to purveyors to farmers to employees.
Ostensibly, the two governments—Washington and Beijing—want different things.
In my 20s I did think the objective was to climb the hardest thing I can.
One of the things I love about Lenovo is that we really are looking at what’s best for the customer.
Instead, he decided to try out the investing side of things, pouring money into a number of companies and joining their boards.

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