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While the unique challenges of 2020 drove boards to seek experienced executives to fill the top job, CEOs also made clear that the demands of the job changed dramatically.
WHO BECOMES CEO IN A PANDEMIC?ALAN MURRAYNOVEMBER 20, 2020FORTUNE
We each have a role, based on our unique talents, and we all have a responsibility to work together toward solutions.
Another key innovation is Arrival’s unique color-infused composite body paneling, which eliminates the need for a traditional, large-footprint paint system.
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“It’s not unique, but the solar system belongs to a rare type of planetary system,” he says.
Each shop has its own unique category and will feature 20 to 50 products, which shoppers can click on and purchase on the retailer’s checkout platforms.
Such spending allowed DraftKings in part to grow its user base––measured in monthly unique payers––by 64% in Q3, but also was a signal that profitability still may be far down the line.
Some are offering their own unique packages, and you may have to book with cash in order to take advantage of the discounted stay, free breakfast, or other perks they may be offering.
In September, BuzzFeed had a total of more than 45 million unique visitors to the site, according to Comscore.
If publishers aren’t already ideating and implementing authentication strategies unique to their business and audiences, they need to be.

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