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A great way to do that is to stimulate innovation that will make clean energy technology cheaper everywhere.
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Oracle wants to be a “trusted technology partner” for TikTok, Dana Canedy aims for innovation at Simon & Schuster, and Malala helps put the trials of remote school in perspective.
Under our plan, the annual federal budget for clean-energy innovation would reach $25 billion by 2025.
In India, the pandemic-linked innovation will soon include a move that could revamp its retail experience.
For decades, skincare brand Olay has struck a consistently serious tone with its advertising, which has focused on product innovation and the pursuit of perfect skin.
Research and history show that the federal government can play a major role in spurring private-sector innovation.
But, as ever, the most intriguing aspect of tech innovation has been what it reveals about us, the consumers, or in this case about us as individual navigators of a pandemic.
It plans to share its latest innovations at a special "Battery Day" tied to its annual shareholder meeting.
Changing the face of leaders is key to driving innovation, becoming tomorrow’s employer of choice for future generations.

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