Bidders [noun]

Definition of Bidders:

person with whom one competes

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Same with the Pac-12, although if USC or Oregon win out, they’ll get the fourth bid.

Microsoft’s Search Network can help you reach consumers planning to purchase, so be sure to target those audiences by applying audience targeting bid modifiers to your holiday ads and shopping campaigns.

High-profile women of color won their election bids, including the four representatives—Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley, and Rashida Tlaib—known as “The Squad.”

There, she became the youngest person — and first woman — to present an arbitration case, ultimately winning Chicago its bid over pitcher Alex Fernandez’s salary.

Last week, she lost a congressional bid in a landslide – 19 points, as of the latest ballot count – to Sara Jacobs, who has never held elective office and lost a race in a different congressional district in 2018.

Second, an advertiser could ask for more intel on how their bids actually reach the publisher.

Without having the inside track on auctions, the chance of Diageo’s media buyers bidding on the same impression multiple times is high.

It was also an issue in Nelson Rockefeller’s unsuccessful 1964 bid for the Republican nomination.

Faulconer’s office got to call the shots on the terms of the franchise fee agreement under a competitive bid process the city hasn’t tested out since half a century ago.

Finally, in the Rabbit Hole, Neil expands on a fascinating Twitter thread about Mahomes’s bid to pass Rodgers in all-time passer rating.