“Closure” in the news
|announced the closure|
|following the closure|
|until its closure|
Publications and example sentences
· Hong Kong courts groan under weight of protest trials →
A three-month closure of most of the court system during the coronavirus outbreak compounded delays.
· New wave of US layoffs feared as coronavirus pain deepens →
In addition to the spill over to segments of the economy not initially impacted by the closure of nonessential businesses, some economists said initial claims were staying elevated also because of backlogs from the flood of applications that overwhelmed state unemployment offices.
The Japan Times
· South Korea coronavirus cases jump to highest since early April →
The spreading outbreak and warehouse closures come as Coupang and other e-commerce firms scramble to keep up with a surge in orders as more people opted to shop from home during the coronavirus outbreak, despite the absence of a strict lockdown.
· Palmer adds Queensland to WA High Court legal bid over border closures →
Billionaire Clive Palmer is taking on his home state as well as Western Australia over their border closures.
· MedMen Enterprises, Inc. (MMNFF) Interim CEO Tom Lynch on Q3 2020 - Earnings Call Transcript →
Just with respect to the ongoing efforts to optimize the retail portfolio and you discussed about the temporary closure of five stores in Florida subsequent to the quarter.
· 'Gutting': News Corp Australia's newspaper print closures will leave 'thousands of stories' untold →
Devoted readers and former staff of Australia’s local newspapers have expressed their grief at News Corp Australia’s announcement of significant job cuts and the print closure of more than 100 local and regional newspapers.
The Japan Times
· Tokyo Tower reopens after coronavirus shutdown — but you may have to climb to the top →
Tokyo Tower, one of the capital’s major sightseeing spots, reopened its observatories Thursday following nearly two months of closure as the country carefully moves toward regaining normality following the outbreak of the coronavirus crisis.
· Plantronics, Inc. (PLT) Interim CEO Bob Hagerty on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
To that end, in our June quarter, we expect to book a restructuring charge of 25 million to 35 million that will cover office closures and headcount reductions.
· Coherent, Inc. (COHR) CEO Andy Mattes on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
The net inventory balance at the end of the fiscal second quarter was approximately $457 million, an increase of $7 million, primarily due to an increase in finished goods as a result of closures in the shipping and receiving departments of some of our customers due to COVID-19.