“Concrete” in the news
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· Zillow Group, Inc. (Z) CEO Rich Barton on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
And the longer we go on with companies -- I think I said that the longer we go on working -- having many companies, not all, but the lucky companies being able to have people work from home, the more the concrete kind of sets and the more habits get set, and the less likely companies are to go back the way it was.
The China Post
· Fed’s Main Street pandemic support program off to slow start →
The first data released Thursday showed that other companies receiving money included a Fort Lauderdale, Florida, roofing company and a Pompano Beach, Florida, concrete services company.
· Ballard Power Systems Inc. (BLDP) CEO Randy MacEwen on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We'll give you some more concrete examples.
· Trump plays a now-familiar role in critical coronavirus talks: observer →
White House officials have set up new messaging efforts to raise Trump's visibility, but there are no plans for ambitious policy pushes, a national consolidation of testing, or any defined presidential action in what may be the final concrete federal response to the virus before Election Day.
· A long, hot summer becomes longer and hotter, thanks to D.C. pool closures →
“Out of an abundance of caution, and in consultation with the District’s public health experts, we have decided to prioritize the health and safety of residents,” D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation Director Delano Hunter said in a statement announcing the closure of outdoor pools, indoor pools and even the spray parks that are an oasis in the concrete swelter of a city summer.
· U-M Athletic Director Warde Manuel Addresses the #BigTenUnited Movement →
Together, these athletes are looking to see a concrete commitment from the Big Ten to keep their best interests in mind from a medical standpoint as the 2020 season continues, which is currently the plan.
· Iowa court dismisses suit over coverage for sex reassignment →
The district court determined that until their Medicaid providers deny them coverage, the controversy is purely abstract because they have not been adversely affected in a concrete way.
The New York Times
· This Is Inequity at the Boiling Point →
He built his house by hand, from mud, with only a few pillars of concrete.
· US election polls: Joe Biden SEVEN points ahead - but can you trust the polls? →
A lack of concrete barriers may allow businesses with little or no track record of polling to take a large sample and make one on their own.