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If you can’t get outside that often, looking out a window regularly should help.
Generally, advertisers’ cancelation amounts increased from 30% to 50%, and the cancelation windows shrunk from 45 to 60 days before a quarter’s start to 30 to 45 days.
Closed stores and empty windows result in emptier sidewalks and streets.
It took a few gummy bites of the curtain material, allowing me to open the window over its head.
On May 25, he threw a chair through a window at his brother’s house and drove off, hitting several parked vehicles.
The coronavirus crisis has affected this year’s TV upfront advertising negotiations in many ways, such as by delaying the dealmaking window.
Since we likely won’t be back in the office until 2021, I still have four more months, at least, and I’m throwing the rules out the window.
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With coronavirus, those thresholds have gone out the window and publishers have taken on smaller campaigns in hopes they grow into bigger partnerships in the fourth quarter.
In recent years, as clients have pushed out payment windows and switched to more project work over agency of record arrangements, the problems of the fee-based model have become clearer.
In March, Sarah Moret, CEO of natural deodorant brand Curie, had to throw her plans for the year out the window.

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