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For six years, our annual Change the World list has been a chronicle of the increasingly creative ways business is tethering profit to purpose.
We had become increasingly effective and decreasingly creative.
Hubert, who played Aunt Viv for three seasons before being replaced by Daphne Maxwell Reid, not only claimed that she had creative differences with Smith but she also alleged she was fired for getting pregnant.
Everlane later announced that the Chief Creative Officer Alexandra Spunt, who took much of the criticism, would no longer lead the creative team.
TikTok’s power goes beyond its democratized, creative essence.
Streaming services can easily manage creative separation when ads are sold directly, but as mentioned above, “it is more challenging to do so in programmatic,” said the streaming media executive.
WTF IS CREATIVE SEPARATION?TIM PETERSONSEPTEMBER 8, 2020DIGIDAY
With 702,000 registered developers, Japan is home to one of the most creative developer communities.
These creative reimaginings of blogs have quietly taken nerdier corners of the internet by storm.
Following Coel’s triumph, the BBC gave her full creative license on her next project.
HOW MICHAELA COEL TELLS AWKWARD TRUTHSEROMO EGBEJULEAUGUST 30, 2020OZY
I also really enjoy the creative parts of the job, like composing and editing photos, which is what got me started in the first place.

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