Agency [noun]

Definition of Agency:

organization, often business-related

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Sentence/Example of Agency:

“Letting the most junior members set the agenda might be a good philosophy for a Montessori preschool, but it is no way to run a federal agency,” Barr said in a speech to an event hosted by conservative Hillsdale College.

Using NBCU’s program would also have the advantage of being able to dig deeper into NBCU’s contribution to an advertiser’s business results, according to agency executives.

Privacy and security were important considerations before committing to use the product, said Paul Davison, Vice Media Group vice president of agency development, for international in statement.

Although a longer term may help agencies recruit, it still would not provide the individual with the security of a permanent position, she said.

The upfront held to its traditional calendar-year model, and most of the money committed has gone to TV networks for ads that will air on linear TV, according to agency executives.

Rising insurance costs and the perception of risk force credit-rating agencies to downgrade towns, making it more difficult for them to issue bonds and plug the springing financial leaks.

Last month, the agency network launched a survey for all 900 members of its staff to complete.

To date, there have been more than 43,000 cases and at least 195 deaths among meatpacking employees, according to data compiled by ProPublica from public health agencies and news reports.

Six months ago, at the outset of the coronavirus crisis, marketers and agency execs alike expected that after working from home for a few weeks they’d go back to offices with life and work generally going back to some semblance of normal.

The Cleveland Clinic is now the city’s largest employer, according to a ranking by the municipal economic development agency.