“Robust” in the news
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· Access comprehensive coverage of race and inequality in the U.S. from The Washington Post →
The Washington Post presents robust coverage of black history and progress in a rich, easily navigable resource page.
· Chubb Ltd.: Guidance And Conservative Management Point To Resilience →
In addition, Chubb's management team appears robust and has already accounted for objective/conservative Q2 losses.
· Greenbrier higher on reporting strong FQ3 operational results →
The company recorded operating cash flow in excess of $220M due to decreases in working capital and robust syndication activity.
· This week's new tracks: Big Boi, the Chicks, Kanye West →
This week we’ve got some smoove R&B, a robust country twanger and a dark difficult banger
· International students have long been a policy tool for U.S. leaders →
By the early 20th century, U.S. industrial might fueled a robust system of higher education that attracted ever more foreign students.
The Japan Times
· Is the Aegis Ashore cancellation a mixed blessing? →
In fact, as rushed as the process is going to be, Japan can optimize the opportunity to think through once again what its national security priorities should be and how it can best equip its Self-Defense Forces to ensure its capabilities remain robust.
· Robert De Niro ‘will be lucky if he makes $7.5 million this year’, lawyers say →
Addressing Hightower, they said: “These people, in spite of his robust earnings, have always spent more than he has earned so this 76-year-old robust man couldn’t retire even if he wanted to because he can’t afford to keep up with his lifestyle expense”.
· EU infighting: Guy Verhofstadt turns on Angela Merkel with scathing Germany attack →
Mr Verhofstadt warned the EU will “never” be able to put in a more “robust” policy against the Asian superpower.
The New York Times
· What Happens When You’re Disabled but Nobody Can Tell →
After this time of anguish, many people will want to return to the ostensible (and illusory) social norm of “ability” and robust well-being; we fear disability and illness now more than ever.
The New York Times
· Trump Would Like to See You Now →
This would raise the unemployment rate — possibly jeopardizing Mr. Trump’s chances for re-election — and redistribute power from employers to workers, while also strengthening the case for a robust and generous social safety net.