I will then negotiate.
I’m not gonna negotiate.
News companies can negotiate individually or collectively.
Presently, American and Taliban negotiators are again trying to negotiate a deal.
The EU-Canada trade pact signed in October took seven years to negotiate.
“Congress could not even negotiate a health care bill after seven years of talking.
"You have more leverage to negotiate them against each other so you get a better price."
“In that situation, you don't negotiate, you beg,” says the president of the union, Tom Reece.
Dinh is part of a team of recruiters at Levels.fyi that helps candidates negotiate their initial offers of pay.
The talks can still collapse, or Kabul could be forced to negotiate away basic freedoms, including women’s rights.
It’s hard to get out of this vortex, where Trump won’t negotiate and Republicans won’t support anything Trump hasn’t negotiated.”
“I tried to negotiate the situation over the years, and negotiate with myself and pretend it kind of never happened,” she said.
The alternatives Faced with the increases, consumers have two choices: stay with their existing provider and negotiate a lower price, or switch supplier.
But, without it, foreign governments have been reluctant to negotiate with America, since any agreement they reach could be dramatically amended by congressmen.
Instead of having a nonprofit government entity to negotiate on their behalf, average Americans either have to fend for themselves or rely on insurance companies — who are also profit-driven — to negotiate the price for them.
Trump convened a televised bipartisan negotiating session on the issue in which he said he wanted lawmakers to negotiate a “bill of love” for the DACA recipients and tasked the Democratic and Republican leaders in both the House and the Senate to negotiate a final deal.
According to the 2016 McKinsey study, women who negotiate are 30% more likely than men who negotiate to receive feedback that they are "intimidating," "too aggressive," or "bossy" — and they are 67% more likely than women who don't negotiate at all to receive the same negative feedback.
She also co-sponsors the Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Act, which would allow the Secretary of Health and Human Services to negotiate drug prices in Medicare, and the Empowering Medicare Seniors to Negotiate Drug Prices Act, which would allow Medicare to negotiate for prescription drugs.
In a submission on the draft legislation, the Public Interest Journalism Initiative and the Judith Nielsen Institute argue very small media players might still lack sufficient “clout” to negotiate with the tech giants, and have suggested an independent third party might be appointed to negotiate a lump sum on their behalf.
Struggling cannabis companies have alternatives to bankruptcy: they can raise capital at a reduced valuation, negotiate with creditors to convert some of their liabilities into equity, negotiate with lenders to extend their liabilities, or bring in a third party to help liquidate assets, said Marc Hauser, an attorney at Reed Smith and co-chair of the firm's cannabis law group.
- discuss the terms of an arrangement
Example: They negotiated the sale of the house
- succeed in passing through, around, or over
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Struggling cannabis companies have alternatives to bankruptcy they can raise capital at a reduced valuation negotiate with creditors to convert some of their liabilities into equity negotiate with lenders to extend their liabilities or bring in a third party to help liquidate assets said Marc Hauser an attorney at Reed Smith and co-chair of the firm's cannabis law group