Cooperator [noun]

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Sinovac has acknowledged the bribery case involving its CEO, saying in regulatory filings that he cooperated with prosecutors and was not charged.

Facebook said it could not comment on the now-pending litigation, but spokesman Andy Stone said in a statement the company had been cooperating with the Justice Department fully on its probe and disputes the allegations in the complaint.

Meanwhile, Nasdaq said it “stands ready to work with our listed companies to comply with any and all regulations” and looks forward to cooperating with the SEC to bolster transparency.

That assessment included an in-depth analysis of project alternatives along with an examination of supplemental technical information provided by cooperating agencies and the public.

The county argued, among other things, and a judge agreed, that the release of outbreak location data would likely cause people not to cooperate with the large effort to track and contain the spread of the virus.

To ensure you have the strongest signal possible without lag, you need an extender that can cooperate with anything.

Health insurers won’t be eager to cooperate with a new competitor for one of their other lines of business.

The librarian should always be treated as a cooperator, and not as an unintelligent servant.

She has been an efficient aid and cooperator with Frank in his gratuitous practice.