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(Journalism) the status of an interview which must not be quoted in a publication, even without attribution. Compare background{8}.

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With nearly two decades of experience in money management, Stritch brings a deep background in market analysis, portfolio construction and risk management to the role.
said: General Zais has an excellent and deep background having been a college president and a member of South Carolinas Commission on Higher Education to serve as the Deputy Secretary of Education.
And finally, the historical connections add a deep background for the contemporary story.
Corley's deep background in the retail and consumer packaged goods sectors includes almost three decades in senior leadership posts at Kraft Foods, including executive vice president, president of sales and foodservice.
Scott brings a deep background in leveraging technology and content for brands and digital audiences, as well as, developing go-to-market and marketing strategies, and revenue across all media, events and platforms.
Nathaniel's deep background across both the public and private sectors makes him an outstanding addition to the FINRA team as we undertake a strategic review of our operations," Cook said.
But the big plus for us is a deep background from a manufacturing standpoint, including production and supply chain inventory management.
Andy Scoggin, with his deep background in human resources leadership and organizational development, will provide valuable insights as we continue to grow our talent pool within the Bank.
Hornfischer takes a detailed look at the battle and gives deep background information about many of the sailors involved.
Forrest Norrod has a deep background in developing and marketing key enterprise computing solutions at top systems and IC suppliers.
Berry, meanwhile, will use his deep background in both retail and IT for global companies to elevate and expand Daymon's technology capabilities for both clients and associates, Daymon said.
His deep background in accounting and corporate investigations, combined with his experience with GTS, will serve him well as he focuses on growing this important service.