Like [adjective]

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They included brands like Lundberg Family Farms, Hain, and Chico-San.

Apples, to me, can be diced like onions, and popcorn eaten one kernel at a time.

Snowflake on Wednesday went public in the largest software IPO of all time, and then kept running like the Energizer Bunny on speed.

Up until recently, CBD and marijuana brands could not advertise on Google or Facebook, and networks like Taboola and Outbrain wouldn’t sell them traffic either.

I still like playing it down because I don’t want to create a panic.

That retail partner owns two golf apparel sites and handles all of the fulfillment and distribution of purchases that a media company, like Golf, would take a long time to build and scale on its own, he said.

Some publishers are in the midst of refiguring what their modern licensing business looks like.

For example, marketers are currently thinking through what holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving will look like this year.

This week on the West Coast feels like something out of a dystopian novel.

May looked along at the dimpled grace, And then at the saint-like, fair old face, “How funny!”