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Two journalists, on a conference call Wednesday with Zuckerberg to discuss the Cambridge Analytica scandal, asked about his role as Facebook’s supreme leader — both chairman and CEO, as well as unimpeachable founder.
In recent days, Zuckerberg has been conciliatory and spent nearly an hour talking with journalists on a conference call Wednesday.
The six-time major winner and CBS commentator was asked on a conference call last week for dark-horse picks to win this year’s Masters.
Page discussed his plans Monday night in a conference call with other executive committee members, Rummage said in a statement.
In a conference call with journalists in Moscow Wednesday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that theories surrounding Skripal's poisoning are not the Kremlin's problem.
Dick’s Chief Executive Edward Stack told analysts on a conference call.
David Cordani, chief executive officer of Cigna, told investor analysts on a conference call that the deal with Express Scripts combines the pharmacy company’s experience negotiating lower drug costs with Cigna’s relationships with doctors.
On a conference call, MLB Network president Rob McGlarry reiterated multiple times the attractiveness of hiring someone immediately off the field.
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Definition of conference call for English Language Learners
: a telephone call in which someone talks to several people at the same time
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