“Consultant” in the news
|became a consultant|
Publications and example sentences
· ServiceNow: Potential To Outperform Is Strong →
New digital workflows that integrate with the knowledge base have resulted in an overall 24% reduction in the volume of cases as customers adopt self-service, freeing up consultants' time to better manage spikes or progress from first to second level of support.
· Harry Nuriev and Tyler Billinger Are the Couple Behind Some of Fashion’s Buzziest Collaborations →
Posing together in their newly redecorated apartment in Nolita, Russian-born interior designer Harry Nuriev and consultant and designer Tyler Billinger make for an impressive team; Nuriev in a cool Balenciaga logo T-shirt, Billinger in chaps.
· Trump's executive order targeting Twitter will hurt users far more than the company →
Ashley Pratte is a political commentator and communications strategist who previously served as director of media relations and public affairs at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and the director of media relations and consultant for Better For America.
· Coronavirus testing hit by struggle to match results with NHS records →
The rapid testing centres, set up by the DHSC with help from management consultants at the accounting firm Deloitte, are the backbone of Hancock’s plan to control the spread of coronavirus.
The New York Times
· The N+1 Candidate →
Anthony Campisi, a Philadelphia public affairs consultant, said in an interview that the race would be difficult for Mr. Saval given that “you have an incumbent who I think most folks would say is pretty progressive.”
· To fix our housing industry, governments need skin in the game →
Sean Macken is a public policy consultant and director of Macken Strategic Planning; Dr Tim Williams is head of cities in Australasia for Arup.
· Ex-aide to L.A. council member confesses to massive bribery plot, implicates official →
The ongoing corruption probe has already swept up a real estate consultant, a political fundraiser and former City Council member Mitchell Englander, who faces up to five years in federal prison after pleading guilty to obstructing a public corruption investigation related to his acceptance of gifts — including cash, hotel rooms and expensive meals — from a developer during trips to Las Vegas and Palm Springs in 2017.
· Home trading triggers bank 'black hole' surveillance alerts →
Rachel Sexton, head of consultants EY's financial services forensic and integrity practice in London, said some processes have been harder to implement in lockdown, such as the control of inside information
· US firms shield CEO pay as pandemic hits workers, investors →
Nell Minow, vice chair of corporate governance consultant ValueEdge Advisors, said such plans need both an upside and a downside.
The China Post
· ‘Master Thief’ burglar hopes to catch break on sentence →
More than once, Murphy also offered his expertise as a security consultant to companies he’d targeted, including a 2006 letter to Costco — an offer the company declined.