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Airlines are fixing the middle seat, but will it work?

A third of passengers on planes get stuck with a middle seat, getting smushed for hours at a time in a chair that costs exactly the same ticket price as a window or aisle. The Federal Aviation Administration has recently approved a new design that is likely to make the middle seat less unbearable. Fast Company hit the streets of New York to find out what people thought of the new design.
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Netflix is disrupting the entertainment industry by fighting inequality

With over 60 million subscribers in the U.S. alone, Netflix is one of the most recognized media brands around the world. And the company needs its internal culture to be inclusive in order for its content to be diverse. Although the company has made some great strides in representation on screen, there is still work to be done. Here, Vernā Myers, VP of inclusion strategy, and Darnell Moore, director of inclusion strategy, talk to host Chis Denson about how they are transforming the company—and the industry—from the inside out.

Netflix is disrupting the entertainment industry by fighting inequality
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