“We believe we can create this community and really focus on learning from and serving them, then use our content, our collaborators, our network in a way that levels up their capacity, but also gives them an opportunity to work with the brand in unique ways,” Stollak says. “Like helping to create some of our campaigns, but also the power of connecting them with one another.” … [Read more...] about Kamala Harris made a splash in Converse. Can the company keep the magic going?
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Which means that while the former Defender was only tasked with having to be a truly formidable off-road machine, the new one has to do that, while also being viable as a road car. Given how far Land Rover has come in the world of automotive luxury, the Defender must perform a tight-rope act requiring it to be all things to all people. Something even the Jeep Wrangler has failed to do. … [Read more...] about Why the all-new Land Rover Defender is the ultimate off-roader
I’ve done a lot of work over the years around implicit bias and how it shows up in microaggressions. Those are things I’m personally familiar with as a Black woman who’s navigated other institutions and even Planned Parenthood. Our systemic response begins with thinking about how we are going to benchmark [our diversity and inclusion work] and how we’re going to be evidence-driven and data-driven. We need to think about the patient experience and look at the blind spots and biases that we might have or that our providers might have. In a crisis, this kind of work is the first thing many organizations choose to forgo. But equity is a strategic imperative for us so that we can deliver the right care. … [Read more...] about ‘Every generation has their fight, and this is ours’: Planned Parenthood’s president on the battle for the Supreme Court
First, the platform picked up Beastie Boys Story in late spring, once it was clear the film wouldn’t make it to theaters. Then it purchased the Tom Hanks World War II movie Greyhound from Sony for $70 million and released it in July, when dads everywhere sung its praises to the rafters. The company reportedly considered a $350 million to $400 million offer for the rights to stream Daniel Craig’s final James Bond film, No Time to Die, although MGM apparently was unwilling to accept anything lower than substantially more money. Apple TV Plus merely had to content viewers instead with the heady A24 documentary film, Boys State, and Sofia Coppola’s reunion with Bill Murray, On the Rocks. … [Read more...] about Apple TV Plus secretly won the streaming war of 2020. Here’s why
The current litigation is over conflicting patents that lay claim to the use of CRISPR Cas-9 to edit genes in human cells. The University of California at Berkeley and the University of Vienna were the first to file patents on the gene-editing process, but the Broad paid to fast-track its patent review. In 2014, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office awarded several patents to the Broad. A party led by U.C. Berkeley subsequently filed an interference claim. The Patent Trial and Appeal Board is still in the process of determining which party was first to invent the editing framework. … [Read more...] about 2 women won the Nobel for CRISPR, but the battle for its patent rages on