“Industry” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· YouTube says China-linked comment deletions weren’t caused by outside parties →
YouTube has explained by saying its comment filters work as a three-part system, one that is broadly consistent with other moderation approaches in the industry.
· SJW Group Is Cheaper, But Not Cheap Enough →
That sort of track record is very difficult to come by in any industry, and SJW deserves the credit for that.
· Titan Machinery Inc. (TITN) CEO David Meyer on Q1 2021 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We're in a critical and essential industry as we support our farmers, ranchers, and contractors who build and feed the world.
· I love being in an office so much that when I was unemployed I paid for one →
The global economy has long been driven by key major cities where workers migrate to work from a central hub (think Silicon Valley, or how much of Australia’s media industry is concentrated in Sydney).
· Decline in jobs and incomes eases as coronavirus restrictions begin to lift, ANU survey finds →
Scott Morrison has insisted that fiscal supports are temporary – even likening them to “medication” the economy should not become accustomed to – although the treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, has left the door open to “further support” to the hardest hit industries, such as tourism.
· Rapid shift to renewable energy could lead Australia to cheap power and 100,000 jobs →
A dramatic expansion of renewable energy over the next five years could establish Australia as a home for new zero-emissions industries, cut electricity costs and create more than 100,000 jobs in the electricity industry alone, a new analysis suggests.
· 'We've kicked the can down the road': Australian businesses brace for slow recovery →
For instance, motor vehicle sales were down 48.5% in April, compared to the same month last year, according to the industry sales tracker, V-Facts.
· NSW water officials knew decades of unmeasured floodplain harvesting by irrigators was illegal →
At the meeting on 10 January, the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s director of water programs and performance, Daniel Blacker, drew attention to the problem facing hundreds of mostly cotton irrigators in the state’s north: “If you don’t have basic rights or an exemption, there is no ability to legally take water,” he said, according to the minutes, obtained by the NSW Shooters, Fishers and Farmers party.
· Boeing Cashes On Rockets →
After all, the goal is to efficiently provide a thorough coverage of the entire company and industry.
· MacBook Pro 13in 2020 review: Apple has 'created something extraordinary' →
Then there are the MacBook Pro features which carry over from last year’s models but set Apple ahead of the rest of the industry.