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Global Natural Language Understanding (NLU) Software Market 2021 Latest Innovations and Outlook By Players – ...

The Sentinel Newspaper 17 Jun 2021
A recent comprehensive market research report entitled announced by MarketsandResearch.biz is an information-rich representation of the current market developments ... The report blends a comprehensive analysis of markets with a fresh take on the target industry ... The report involves a deep analysis of current market dynamics along with past statistics.
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What is critical race theory and why do Ohio Republicans want to ban its teaching?

The Columbus Dispatch 17 Jun 2021
That is so wrong." ... For example, a few years ago major technology companies marketed their facial recognition software to police departments across the globe until researchers from Stanford and MIT found the error rates for people of color generally – and Black women in particular – alarmingly higher than their white male counterparts.
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Courage of conviction: Holsinger cutting his own path as Montana Lady Griz basketball coach

Billings Gazette 15 Jun 2021
WILLIAM J SPELTZ ... "Joslyn (Tinkle) has been around basketball her whole entire life," he said of the former Missoula Big Sky standout, who played at Stanford and on the pro level. "Obviously with who she has been around and Stanford, she has a great feel already, even though she's been working a normal (sales and marketing) job, so to speak ... Notes ... .
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Courage of conviction: Brian Holsinger cutting his own path as Montana Lady Griz basketball coach

Missoulian 15 Jun 2021
Bill Speltz ... "Joslyn (Tinkle) has been around basketball her whole entire life," he said of the former Missoula Big Sky standout, who played at Stanford and on the pro level. "Obviously with who she has been around and Stanford, she has a great feel already, even though she's been working a normal (sales and marketing) job, so to speak ... Notes ... .
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Board of Trustees announces “more normal” budget for next fiscal year

Stanford Daily 11 Jun 2021
Stanford’s budget for the next fiscal year (FY) will be $7.4 billion dollars, according to Board of Trustees Chair Jeff Raikes ’80 ... Stanford’s buffer withdrawals were offset by a strong financial market, which provided investment growth to net assets and allowed for the overall growth of the endowment.
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Medical Second Opinion Market to Grow at a CAGR of 16.8% to reach US$ 10,739.48 ...

The Sentinel Newspaper 11 Jun 2021
The medical second opinion market is expected to reach US$ 10,739.48 million by 2027 from US$ 3,204.57 million in 2019; it is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 16.8% from 2020 to 2027 ... (Partners Healthcare); and Stanford Health Care are among the leading companies operating in the medical second opinion market.
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Senators pressed to step into NCAA student athlete ‘NIL’ pay debate by July 1

Hastings Tribune 10 Jun 2021
Marsha Blackburn said ... I ... “One set is talking about NIL rights; my son and I have no clue about what about his image he’s going to market.” ... has no law ... Sen ... A college football analyst for ESPN and ABC who played both football and baseball at Stanford (and has been a practicing lawyer away from his television role), Gilmore praised the “free market.” ... .
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France: Google will pay $268M

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 08 Jun 2021
and around the world ... The authority said it is the responsibility of a company with a dominant market position to avoid unfairly undermining its competition ... The settlement might serve as a road map for other governments that are scrutinizing Google's market power, said Douglas Melamed, a Stanford University law professor ... U.S ... .
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France fines Google for abusing 'dominant' ads position

Longview News-Journal 08 Jun 2021
and around the world ... The authority said it is the responsibility of a company with a dominant market position to avoid unfairly undermining its competition ... The settlement might serve as a roadmap for other governments that are scrutinizing Google's market power, said Douglas Melamed, a Stanford University law professor ... U.S ... Recommended for You ....
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France fines Google $268M for abusing 'dominant' ads position

Detroit news 08 Jun 2021
and around the world ... The authority said it is the responsibility of a company with a dominant market position to avoid unfairly undermining its competition ... The settlement might serve as a roadmap for other governments that are scrutinizing Google’s market power, said Douglas Melamed, a Stanford University law professor ... U.S ... Check it out here ... ....
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France antitrust watchdog fines Google $268M for abusing online advertising dominance

The Oregonian 08 Jun 2021
and around the world ... The authority said it is the responsibility of a company with a dominant market position to avoid unfairly undermining its competition ... The settlement might serve as a roadmap for other governments that are scrutinizing Google’s market power, said Douglas Melamed, a Stanford University law professor ... U.S ... -- The Associated Press ... .
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Google fined $371m by France antitrust watchdog for abusing 'dominant' ads position

TVNZ 08 Jun 2021
Source. Associated Press ... The authority said it is the responsibility of a company with a dominant market position to avoid unfairly undermining its competition ... The settlement might serve as a roadmap for other governments that are scrutinizing Google's market power, said Douglas Melamed, a Stanford University law professor ... .
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GSE, STN sign MoU to deepen capital market activities

B & FT Online 07 Jun 2021
The Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Stanford Seed Transformation Network Ghana (STN). The move, which is expected to deepen capital market participation in the country, is in line with GSE’s strategy to groom and prepare the next pool of companies to list on the Accra bourse.
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Google fined $268m for France advertising abuse

Gulf Daily News 07 Jun 2021
PARIS ... The authority said it is the responsibility of a company with a dominant market position to avoid unfairly undermining its competition ... The settlement might serve as a roadmap for other governments that are scrutinising Google’s market power, said Douglas Melamed, a Stanford University law professor ... .
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"Transformation in Times of Crisis" Honored as 2021 American Business Awards® "Best Business Book"

The Record 07 Jun 2021
Jerry Wind, an internationally renowned and award-winning academician, is currently the Lauder Professor Emeritus and Professor of Marketing at the School, University of Pennsylvania. He joined Wharton in 1967 with a doctorate from Stanford and took an emeritus status in 2017.
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