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hot topic

A generic term for any subject of interest to an interview panel or Appointments Committee.
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This CISO Hot Topic session will be held on February 9th in conjunction with SANS Scottsdale.
The proposed idea of hot topic discovery is to utilize the hot single words and explore them forward and backward.
The second Hot Topic, to be held Tuesday, July 19 is Food Science to the Rescue.
Once in Dialog HEADLINES, the user needs only to select the Hot Topic of interest, or any of the other news topics, and type the number listed for the topic.
Based upon our progress and positive outlook, we continue to plan to open approximately 40 new Torrid stores, 15 new Hot Topic outlets and an additional 5 to 10 Blackheart stores in 2013.
Geeknet terminated its previously announced merger agreement with Hot Topic, Inc.
Blackheart is for the independent girl, age 18-30, who considers her lingerie a part of her personal fashion statement," said Lisa Harper, Chairman and CEO at Hot Topic, Inc.
The company has notified Hot Topic of the board of director's determination and pursuant to the Hot Topic Merger Agreement, Hot Topic has the option until 9:00 am ET on 1 June to match or exceed the Bidder's offer.
At Hot Topic, we are pleased with the progress in the fashion apparel and tee businesses while still having challenges in the accessory categories.
The company had entered into an agreement and plan of merger on 25 May with web-based specialty retailer Hot Topic Inc.
26 May 2015 - US-based mall and web-based specialty retailer Hot Topic, Inc.
For the past two years, says Funimation's Bob Brennan, the company has manufactured limited-edition hats that are initially sold only at Comic-Con, then made available at retailers such as Musicland, Hot Topic, Suncoast and other youth-oriented specialty stores.