Now he continues to ride the wave of
the Hoffman bump.
FEW managers believed their firms could ride the wave of
the economic crisis and most complained that work pressures had increased as a result of the downturn, according to a new report today.
"We've been able to ride the wave of
interest and establish our magazine as the sport's authoritative, independent voice.
Conversely, while they ride the wave of
a prosperous mining market, they will prepare for the down turn by diversifying the client base and location of the work.
Today, NAFB members ride the wave of
technology as we use these resources to grow our knowledge base and share it with our listeners.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said the UK was well-placed to ride the wave of
Our journey has not been without struggle either, but somehow we have managed to ride the wave of
an expanding market of African American books and book buyers.
GL reveals her appeal, shows you how to tell a felon from a fake, and helps you figure out if you should ride the wave of
your friend's bravado or wave her good-bye.
When I look at all the economic difficulties the nation endured in 2002, the Long Island office market outperformed the rest of the country and is well positioned to ride the wave of
economic recovery whenever it evolves.
The European Committee of Environmental Technology Suppliers Associations (EUCETSA) says Europe could ride the wave of
green technologies to outpace Japan and the United States if policy-makers in Brussels make the right moves.
Chip manufacturers, especially memory makers, ride the wave of
analyst expectation and ramp up production of chips, saturating the market and bringing chip values down.
President Bill Clinton wrapped up his nine-day tour of China yesterday by urging Beijing leaders to "ride the wave of
change and take China fully into the 21st Century." Asked if he feels democracy could come to the world's largest nation, he said, "Oh, yes."
The new Tottenham boss is hoping to ride the wave of
optimism that saw his side beat Bolton last Sunday and fight back to earn a thrilling 4-4 draw with Arsenal in midweek.
MANUFACTURERS have been urged to look at the wider opportunities and challenges globalisation offers as other emerging economies seek to ride the wave of
China's success, according to a major study released this week.