· Educational Development Corporation (EDUC) CEO Randall White on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Actually, the best thing to do is technology every day, every day, we're making little tweaks into the system where we can process like 15,000 orders a day.
· Pershing Square Holdings, Ltd. (PSHZF) CEO William Ackman on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
First, while competitors in the restaurant space have needed to make wholesale changes to how they operate, restaurant brands has really only needed to make minor tweaks as the vast majority of its sales come from things like drive-through, takeout and delivery all of which are social distancing friendly methods of interaction for the customer.
· Trump opposition throws surveillance legislation in doubt →
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., announced Tuesday that Democrats had agreed on a similar, but tweaked, amendment that they would offer to the House bill.
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Overall, a small tweak can yield a surprisingly large change.
· Twitter now lets you disable replies. It could be its best change yet. →
Anticipation of this added emphasis seems to be why Twitter tweaked the quote-reply interface:
· Windows 10 May 2020 Update now available with built-in Linux kernel and Cortana updates →
This includes tweaks to the overall Cortana interface to make it more conversational, and Microsoft has also added quick searches to the search home interface with this latest update.
· Gmail’s latest update makes it easier to change the look of your inbox →
Once this new tweak arrives on your account, it will activate automatically, and you won’t have to leave the page to see the visual changes you make to your inbox.
· Your Daily Horoscope for Thursday, May 28 →
With the stars strutting through your sector of image, career and status you'll be inspired to reassess and tweak your presentation and put your best foot forward.
The Wall Street Journal
· Miss Your Office? Some Companies Are Building Virtual Replicas →
Many customers initially assume they will recreate their offices, then realize they can make tweaks that would be impossible in the real world, said Sine Wave CEO Rohan Freeman.
The New York Times
· Thinking About Flying? Here’s What You Need to Know Now →
has tweaked its security procedures to reduce how much travelers have to handle security bins and to keep agents from touching travelers’ belongings.