“Tweak” in the news
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· Blunt tool? Bolstered MSP policy has little bearing on crop output →
The food ministry has sought intervention of the high level committee, headed by the Cabinet secretary, to tweak the policy on procurement of coarse cereals, food minister Ram Vilas Paswan said last week as maize farmers in Bihar are selling their rabi-grown crop at 30-35% below its MSP.
· ProPetro (PUMP) CEO, Phillip Gobe on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
What’s the status there, and what are you guys doing to tweak any of those configurations for when the market does recover and you may want to go to market with the fully electric fleet?
· UK government faces mockery over COVID-19 'sex ban' →
LONDON: The British government on Tuesday (Jun 2) defended tweaks to its coronavirus lockdown rules, after claims that a ban on overnight stays between households would criminalise sex.
· Little to declare: how BH Lyon tried to pep up county cricket →
The outbreak of freak declarations in 1931, “a product of BH Lyon’s ingenious mind”, the Guardian concluded, came after a run of tweaks intended to produce more excitement.
The Wall Street Journal
· Justice Department Adds New Detail to Compliance Evaluation Guidance →
In another, the document is tweaked to make clear that prosecutors will evaluate compliance programs at the time a potential offense occurred and when a decision is made about bringing charges—in part to track the steps taken by companies to prevent problems from reoccurring.
· Starting over: Catering social enterprise helps refugees in Malaysia earn a living →
There is no catering when people cannot host events, hence the team tweaked its packages by lowering the minimum order from 10 pax to five and focusing on home delivery.
· Met Opera cancels fall season due to COVID-19 →
The Met also announced other tweaks to its plans, including shortening some performances and moving up the curtain time to earlier in the evening when possible.
The New York Times
· E.P.A. Limits States’ Power to Oppose Pipelines and Other Energy Projects →
The agency tweaked the rules on how to apply the Clean Water Act, which New York and other states have used to fight fossil-fuel ventures.
· AerCap: A Rough Gem For The Long Term →
AerCap isn’t in a good spot, but I believe it is in a better spot than most players in the industry (from airlines to jet makers) as it can tweak order books and support airlines during times in which they don’t have deep pockets.
The New York Times
· Stands Full of Fan-Submitted Cardboard Cutouts. What Could Go Wrong? →
Still, despite the hiccups, rugby league’s return was widely hailed as a success, with praise for tweaks to the rules that sped up the game.