“Face” in the news
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Publications and example sentences
· OPKO Health, Inc. (OPK) Management Presents at Jefferies Virtual Healthcare Conference (Transcript) →
There are employers that have a lot of people who are actually public facing.
The China Post
· First black Ferguson mayor faces old problem: Protest damage →
Later this month, Jones will become the face of the St. Louis suburb that erupted into chaos nearly six years ago after a white police officer fatally shot Michael Brown, a black teenager.
The New York Times
· Fed Expands Municipal Bond Program, Opening Door to Some Smaller Cities →
While many political leaders affirmed the right of protesters to express themselves, they urged the demonstrators to wear face masks and maintain social distancing, both to protect themselves and to prevent further community spread of the virus.
· Eintracht thumping sends Bremen further into relegation mire →
Bremen have spent more seasons in the league than any other club, but with six matches left they are second-from-bottom, three points from safety and facing the prospect of dropping down a division after a resounding loss to Eintracht.
· California’s statehouse is considering a controversial facial recognition bill →
Crucially, the local ACLU chapter says it’s too easy to scan a user’s face without their permission, with no consent required for government agencies and only minimal requirements for businesses.
· Check your privilege: What is the trend going viral on TikTok? →
According to Kenya, she decided to create the challenge to highlight discrimination she has faced as a black woman, and to compare her experiences with others.
· Lawsuit alleges Google tracks users even in incognito mode →
Google faces a new lawsuit seeking at least $5 billion over accusations the company profits off of using its ad tech to track people across the internet, even when they take steps to mask their browsing.
· American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. (AEO) CEO Jay Schottenstein on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Much of our investment and focus is on customer facing initiatives to enable seamless shopping, whenever, wherever, and however, our customers choose.
· Pete Williams explains new charges against Minneapolis officers →
Louisville, Kentucky, a city already grappling with the police shooting death of Breonna Taylor nearly three months ago, faced renewed anguish this week with another police shooting that killed beloved business owner David McAtee.
· Summit Midstream: Review Of The Debt Situation, Simplification Shenanigans →
How the company would pay for the DPPO has long been a point of contention, with the exact same issues facing it as the 2022 bond roll-over: it cannot borrow more money via debt and it cannot issue common or preferred stock.