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How ‘You’re on Mute’ Became the Most Frequently Uttered Phrase in Corporate America This Year

The phrase appears more than four times more frequently in corporate call transcripts during the pandemic than before it

429 — How many times the phrase “on mute” occurred in earnings and other corporate calls in the second quarter of 2020




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