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With the growth in e-commerce sales and sellers, advertisers will need a way to stand out from the thousands of ads sure to be vying for the attention of online shoppers.

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Beyond Meat competitor Impossible Foods said last year that it had stopped vying for McDonald’s business because it could not produce enough product to partner with the fast food giant.

Countries are vying to be first to get vaccine supplies, and it’s unclear how Pfizer will distribute the first doses.

The Seahawks, leading the tough NFC West and vying for the top seed in the NFC playoffs, thus added some pass-rush help for the league’s last-ranked defense.

Since the everyday world is messy, with many phenomena continuously vying for attention, there is no dearth of problems.

You’ll see a list of the contests on your ballot, and selecting a race will bring up information about the job itself and the candidates vying for the spot.

In China, domestic competitors like Oppo and Vivo could vie for some of Huawei’s smartphone market share when it comes to higher-end devices.

Smarkets has plenty of company vying to shape the future of political betting markets.

Back to top District 3 Democrats Stephen Whitburn and Toni Duran are vying to represent the city’s urban core in the district that includes downtown, North Park and Old Town.


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