Innovativeness [noun]

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It’s forced travel companies to introduce innovative contactless service.

Thanks to a special Medicaid program created in 1988, Arizona had an innovative and generously funded system in place.

Although this year’s Halloween will look a bit different, creatives are still working hard on innovative, attention-grabbing costumes.

This appears to be “a very innovative way to shield electronics,” says Zhanhu Guo.

And, they worry, agencies try to push the envelope—stretching the words in old statutes to let them adopt innovative regulations that no one previously had thought of.

Employers committed to diversity and retaining top talent must develop innovative solutions and policies to ensure that everyone can participate in the workplace.

“The incentives and abilities for companies to develop and distribute innovative search products would be restored, resulting in more options, better products, and higher consumer welfare overall,” the lawsuit notes.

These stewardship projects require partnerships across the many interests who benefit from healthy forests, to help bring innovative financing to this huge challenge.

Columbia, the flagship brand of Portland, Oregon-based Columbia Sportswear Company, has been creating innovative apparel, footwear, accessories and equipment for outdoor enthusiasts since 1938.

Luckily, there are innovative, durable, and affordable door hangers to organize and expand storage in your kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom.