|chief executive officer||最高経営責任者|
· Spirits maker Diageo takes 772 mn pounds write down for Indian market amid COVID-19 →
We are now a more agile, efficient and effective business,” Diageo Chief Executive Ivan Menezes said.
· Argos and Philips unveil new product images to show ‘more relatable’ examples of hair removal →
The company’s executives said they hoped the campaign would help to normalise female body hair.
· Market dips on tech retreat from Monday's surge →
The employment data later in the week may increase the sense of urgency to get plan in place as President Trump says he may use executive powers to implement some measures.
· Setting All-Time-Highs, Tencent Is Still Undervalued →
Back to the Tencent executive mentioned earlier.
· Leaked emails show Victoria's hotel quarantine system was stretched, cobbled together →
Hopefully, we’ll find out,” a senior executive from one of the government’s three security contractors said on Tuesday.
· Trump’s biggest problem may be closer to home →
And, as we learned during the Mueller investigation and impeachment, it can be difficult to assemble evidence for actions the president took in office because of executive privilege (the qualified one as opposed to the bogus “absolute” privilege the Supreme Court shot down in July).
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· Will Superblue Be the ‘Infinity Room’ Writ Large? →
Marc Glimcher, Pace’s chief executive, was taken aback.
· Power Book 2 Ghost release date: When will Power Book II Ghost be released? →
While executive producer as actor Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson said: “The Power Universe just keeps getting bigger and better and Power Book II: Ghost is getting ready to raise the bar again.
· Pepperfry’s ‘Swadeshi is Great’ campaign celebrates Indian craftsmanship →
For Trishay Kotwal, executive creative director, Law & Kenneth Saatchi & Saatchi, the aim was to deliver the message with simplicity and authenticity, really focusing on the skill and dedication of the master craftsmen who create these exquisite pieces.
· The Pandemic Pricing Dilemma: A COVID-19 Vaccine At-Cost Or For Profit? →
Meanwhile Seth Berkley, chief executive of Gavi, which is co-leading the global COVAX Facility for procuring COVID-19 vaccines, has sought to dispel reports that the price of vaccines under COVAX for high-income countries will be set at USD40.