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Chief executive, Jes Staley, pledged on Thursday to more than double dividends in a move to appease disgruntled shareholders.
Oo naman kasi matagal silang nanahimik, tapos nung pumutok yung kay Kian, naramdaman nila yung galit nung tao so they needed to come up with new gimmicks to appease the people,' Trillanes said in an ambush interview at the Senate, when asked if he thinks President Rodrigo Duterte was pressured to appoint a new Customs chief.
The Prime Minister said: "These are the big challenges of our age, some of the biggest our nation has ever faced and this year is a test of our mettle - whether we put up with poverty or put an end to it; ignore the glass ceiling or smash it; abandon the tenant or help make them a homeowner; appease the extremist or take apart their ideology piece by piece.
But experts said VW will have to strike a careful balance to appease government regulators, make customers happy and avoid emptying the company cash box.
WITH the news that our iconic stadium, for me the best in the world, is to be called the Principality Stadium as of January 1, surely to appease the Welsh public, the sponsors and the Welsh Rugby Union, it would be better to call it the National Stadium of Wales - which the Millennium Stadium is after all.
National Conference ( NC) described the move as a biggest climbdown of the Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP) to appease the Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP) and the Rashtriya Swavayamsevak Sangh ( RSS).
Despite being the premier of Iraq, his main objective appears to appease Tehran.
This development would help appease local feeling in Pembs and provide a positive message.
Summary: The Committee to Defend Tenants Rights issued a series of recommendations Wednesday that could appease both renters and landlords.
Apparently, Kerry wants to appease Israel by fulfilling its expansionist demands in the Jordan Valley under the pretext of security," the PLO official argued.
15 ( ANI ): Senior Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) leader M G Vaidya on Tuesday accused the Akhilesh Yadav-led Uttar Pradesh Government of trying to appease Muslim voters by banning the Vishwa Hindu Parishad's proposed 'Sankalp Diwas' on October 18.
Borisov, whose opposition center-right GERB party had boycotted Parliament for several weeks until Tuesday, said a resignation would be the only move that could appease protesters.