|began to lose||負け始めた|
|did not lose||負けなかった|
|only to lose||失うだけ|
· Jess Varnish awaits decision on employment tribunal appeal against British Cycling →
Varnish lost her initial employment case against British Cycling in January 2019.
· Berkshire Hathaway Q2 2020 Earnings And Book Value Estimates →
Other than Apple, Berkshire's other major investments in the past 5 years have been flops: Precision Castparts, IBM, Occidental Preferreds, Airlines, Banks, and Kraft Heinz have ranged from under performing the broader market to outright losing money.
· Amadeus: Powering The Transformation Of Global Travel →
TravelPort has been losing market share to Amadeus and Sabre since 2006, thereby leaving only two significant choices for companies.
· Gold: Time To Unload The Truck →
During this correction, the financial markets lost more than $28 trillion in value.
· U.S. Dollar Weakness →
This article examines the situation of the US dollar and possible reasons why it could lose its position as the dominant global reserve currency and most important commercial currency.
· The political playbook no one will ever use again →
Some Republicans figure Trump will lose and they might too.
The China Post
· UN: Pandemic could push tens of millions into chronic hunger →
As a result of the pandemic, food supply disruptions, lost livelihoods and the inability of people working abroad to send remittances home to their families mean it’s “even more difficult for the poorer and vulnerable populations to have access to healthy diets,” the U.N. agencies concluded.
The China Post
· More than 200 schools back lawsuit over foreign student rule →
The alliance said many colleges risk losing millions of dollars over the policy, including Northern Virginia Community College, which estimates it could lose nearly $10 million in tuition from foreign students.
· CAS ruling protects Champions League dream for Man City's Abu Dhabi owners →
City's great fear was if CAS upheld UEFA's ban, imposed in February, players would look to elsewhere and Guardiola himself could even lose interest.
· Sixkiller Era Ended With Seahawks Rejection, But It Was Still a Glorious Time →
McElhenny, a Pro Football Hall of Fame running back, spearheaded an effort to land the expansion team on behalf of Minnesota businessman Wayne Field, but his group lost out to Herman Sarkowsky and the Nordstrom family.