“Admit” in the news
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· Intel Places Multi-Billion-Dollar Wafer Order At TSMC, Murthy Gone →
In one year, Intel (per Bob Swan) has gone from admitting it has conceded process leadership (already considered quite a statement from Intel), to pretty much outright admitting TSMC has process leadership (currently).
· Here's where the 2020 Senate map stands right now →
But here was the bad news for McConnell yesterday: He admitted that Senate Republicans don’t have leverage in the negotiations over the coronavirus relief bill.
· Peter Krawietz explains why he always believed Liverpool could topple Man City in title race →
Speaking to the club's official website assistant boss Krawietz admitted he always felt the team were good enough to usurp City, but did not cheer until it was mathematically secure - despite the lengthy lead Liverpool held throughout most of the season.
· Pilgrim's Pride: A Good Opportunity Not Without Risks →
I would not consider Pilgrim's Pride a core position in any stock portfolio due to its cyclical nature, low gross margins, and a lack of dividend payments, but I have to admit that the company currently represents a good opportunity to buy some shares for the medium term, always with an exit plan once things return to normality and the price gets near all-time highs.
The New York Times
· Meet Members of a Historic University of California Class →
Wednesday: Latinos were the largest group of Californians admitted to the university’s freshman class.
· Bausch Health resolves Canadian securities class action for C$94M →
As part of the Settlement, BHC and the other defendants admit no liability and deny all allegations of wrongdoing whatsoever.
· My Expectation Of President Trump's Re-Election Leads To A Bullish Outlook, Especially For Energy →
At the same time, many of the voters who will pull the lever or check the box for Donald Trump will not publicly admit that they prefer the status quo to a shift to the left in the US.
· How Tyrann Mathieu Found His Way Through the Chaos On and Off the Field →
He questioned whether anybody really loved him and, he admits, sabotaged much of the support he got.
· Accused killer of pro-refugee German politician admits guilt in court →
A German neo-Nazi on trial over the murder of pro-refugee politician Walter Luebcke admitted Wednesday to the killing that has shocked the nation and highlighted the growing threat of right-wing extremism.
The China Post
· Choctaw Indians bear brunt of virus outbreak in Mississippi →
Kristina Taylor, 18, one of Sharon’s five children, learned just before her mother was admitted to the hospital that she’d been named valedictorian of the tribal high school.