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Because the three has become just a bit more difficult, it’s not the windfall it once was.
Staying at the forefront of the AdTech innovation curve will open doors to windfall profits.
The second media executive said that their company has “not seen a windfall of political dollars.”
The world’s rapid shift to online platforms during the pandemic is a windfall for artificial intelligence, he said.
Still, he says that there is “too much uncertainty” to begin lowering reserves, a move that would prove a windfall for profits, and could happen.
The positive result was a boom for the stock market, and a windfall in trading revenues for the banks.
That trend suggests that Tesla’s windfall will be short-lived.
Since the ACA limits insurers’ profit margins, adding that federal windfall to this year’s ledger might mean many insurers would have to pay out most of the money to their consumers.
Since the announcement of this windfall we understand that the beneficiaries have been overwhelmed with offers of marriage.
At the sound there was a sudden rustling in the bushes behind the windfall.
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