“Panel” in the news
|panel of judges|
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· June 2020 Dividend Picks From Every Sector - Part 1 →
AMAT supplies equipment and services for semiconductor companies for products such as chips, display panels, smartphones, and solar products, and business is expected to boom back in the future years.
· Democrats prepare sweeping police reform bills after George Floyd's death →
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, tweeted that his panel will conduct a hearing “to shine a bright light on the problems associated with Mr. Floyd’s death, with the goal of finding a better way forward for our nation.”
· Polyimide Foam Offers Safer, Lighter Insulation →
The goals were ambitious: take a type of polyimide foam identified in earlier work and optimize it for seat cushioning, low-density wall panels, high-strength floor panels, and thermal/acoustic insulation; figure out the best way to manufacture all four products; and make it economically viable—something industry would actually use.
· Heralding a new era in protein analytics →
When she participates in panel discussions, she emphasises improving the work-life balance.
· Workshops, pitches and the shortlist of Europe's hottest startups in The Europas Awards →
With investments slowing down, we invite a panel of leading investors to discuss how they are navigating these times and what they are looking for when currently investing.
The New York Times
· Workers Fearful of the Coronavirus Are Getting Fired and Losing Their Benefits →
Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, recently told a Senate panel that workers who turned down their old jobs could be ineligible for unemployment payments.
The New York Times
· U.K. Finds That Green Business Is Good Business →
The climate law also created a watchdog panel called the Committee on Climate Change, a group of experts that advises the government on targets and barks when it thinks politicians are not doing enough to meet them.
· America Doesn’t Need Another Commission to Expose Its Racism →
Four years later, when a panel established by President Harry Truman submitted a 178-page report on America’s civil-rights failings, the document included Hall’s story in a lengthy section on police brutality.
· Samsung unveils measures backing heir's compliance pledge →
Samsung said it will form a panel comprising outside experts who can advise on its labor-management relationship, and also designate a communications officer so that it can regain trust from the public.
The China Post
· AP tally: Arrests at widespread US protests hit 10,000 →
The rest were for crimes including burglary, looting, assaults on police officers and other violence, Moore told the panel, which functions as the police department’s civilian oversight board.