“Increasingly” in the news
Publications and example sentences
The New York Times
· As Audiobook Market Grows, Narrators of Color Find Their Voice →
Publishers are increasingly seeking out audio talent that reflects the race and experience of the books’ authors and characters.
· Israel's Team8 raises $104M to make bigger cybersecurity bets →
Increasingly sophisticated, malicious hacking has meant that we continue to reach and surpass high watermarks when it comes to security breaches affecting organisations and individuals.
The New York Times
· Steve King Sinks in Iowa →
Big cities are increasingly home to the rich and the poor, with few jobs promising a middle-class life in between.
· From the archives – Gary Younge: Farewell to America – podcast →
But we increasingly need our readers to fund our work.
· Bursa Malaysia launches e-learning platform for retail investors →
“Today’s financial markets are getting increasingly complex so the usage of digital technology to disseminate information more effectively to a wider section of the public is essential,” he said in a statement today.
The Japan Times
· Troubling trends demand that Japan take action at sea →
In a sentence that should jolt readers upright, “China is increasingly convinced that it possesses the means and skills at sea to bend Japan to its will.”
· Reports: Zuckerberg backs Facebook Trump policy despite anger, dissent →
“Facebook will keep moving the goalposts every time Trump escalates, finding excuse after excuse not to act on increasingly dangerous rhetoric,” Aveni wrote on his Facebook page.
· The rise of identity politics and its dangers — Rueben Ananthan Santhana Dass →
Malaysia too has seen increasingly divisive political rhetoric along the lines of race and religion.
· Coronavirus: Travel restrictions, border shutdowns by country →
Countries around the world are increasingly adopting sweeping measures, including full lockdowns, shutting down airports, imposing travel restrictions and completely sealing their borders, to contain the new coronavirus.
· My favourite game: shock and awe at George Groves v Carl Froch →
There was no doubt about it – that early punch had set the tone, for the fight and the night as a whole, and increasingly the shock of a Froch knockdown looked set to be followed by the shock of Froch defeat.