Day 6 1. The retail recovery was running out of steam. 2. casting national chains into buckets of pandemic winners and losers. 3. Both plan to liquidate. 4. “It was a matter of life or death, to be honest,"
Day 5 1. True authority and true leadership come from knowing who you are and not pretending to be anything else. 2. The task was to not let my ego get the best of me. 3. Trust yourself
day4 1. acquisition offer 인수제안 2. explicit permission 명시적 허가 3. Oracle’s relationship with the administration has drawn scrutiny. 4. They put it, and trusted that things would work out if they put talented people in positions where they could grow, even if they were in unfamiliar territory. 5. We hope when you're done you'll be carrying your shield and not being carried out on it! 6. " If you don't c..
day3 1. corporations have been reluctant to call their workers back New Yorkers Can Now Go Back to Offices, but Many Won’t As the city entered Phase 2 of reopening, subway cars and sidewalks were relatively empty as many companies kept workers home. www.nytimes.com 2. The city will soon be brimming with people, by their telling.
day2 1. The recovery is bypassing those who need it most. 2. an economy’s success should be judged not by impersonal statistics, but by whether people’s lives are getting better.
day1 1. We live in Las Vegas — a city that has been hit hard by the virus — and found meals from beloved local restaurants to be small but crucial gifts in a glittering landscape that was losing its luster. 2. the minnow that ate the whale. 3. We were all being cynics and snobs. 4. Roone believe in sparing no expense in the pursuit of greatness, 5. Tom and Dan weren't just meat-and-potatoes guys who ..