“Trust” in the news
|did not trust|
Publications and example sentences
· A Selection Of Appealing Nanocaps →
The investigation relates to pricing of trades in trust accounts for which the company paid $1.2 million in reimbursements to trust customers in 2019.
· 'A brutal reality': Boris Johnson admits UK did not learn lessons of Sars or Mers →
He added: “This will be voluntary at first because we trust everyone to do the right thing.
The New York Times
· Oliver Williamson, 87, Dies; Nobel Laureate Studied Organizations →
To make contracts and markets work, she explained, in a phone interview, “we need to build in these structures that create trust.
· Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) CEO Darren Woods Hosts 2020 Annual Meeting of Shareholders (Transcript) →
Shirley Nessralla and Paula Buckley of Computershare Trust have been appointed to Inspector of Election for this meeting and are participating remotely.
· HPP, SLP and PLMR up; LXU down on S&P index moves →
HPP is replacing Diversified Healthcare Trust (NASDAQ:DHC), which is moving down to the SmallCap 600 to replace FGL Holdings (NYSE:FG) - which is set to be acquired by Fidelity National Financial soon.
· Pompeo told Congress Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from China. Here’s what that means. →
Beijing even didn’t trust the local legislature, so it adopted this kind of extreme route to directly legislate.”
The China Post
· PG&E’s bankruptcy trial opens with attacks on voting process →
PG&E’s plan includes a $13.5 billion trust set up to pay the victims, though critics call that amount illusory since it includes $6.75 billion in PG&E stock that may be worth substantially less.
· The Coca-Cola Company (KO) Management Presents at RBC Capital Markets Global Consumer & Retail Conference (Transcript) →
And I think people typically revert back to what they trust and what they're used to seeing and there's maybe less of a desire to experiment.
· HBO Max vs. HBO Go and HBO Now: What makes each service different →
They are experts and you should trust them.
· “We are correcting the erasure of black lives”: What On the Record’s subjects say about Me Too →
I might add something that I tell my 13-year-old son and my 15-year-old daughter, which is to trust your gut.