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Millennials are redefining the luxury market. Here's how Tiffany's is trying to keep up

Founded in 1837, Tiffany and Co. jewelry spent more than a century as a status symbol. But by 2017, with tastes changing and Millennials putting off marriage, sales were in a serious slide. Here, chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff explains how Tiffany's is getting creative with new designs, cafes, pop-ups, riskier advertising, celebrities and more.
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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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