A few major marketers, such as Anheuser-Busch InBev and Quaker Oats, are scrambling to get ahead of the trend.
Keith Weed seems a little shell-shocked.Just a few days earlier, he was in shirtsleeves and in the embrace of a 90-degree day in Singapore. But this March morning, he finds himself hit full in the face with the frigid, slushy mess of New York. "It's terribly cold out there, and I'm so glad to get to this nice, warm office," he says with a sigh.
Avery Baker is the embodiment of Tommy Hilfiger's ambitions to export its preppy vision of Americana, full of plaid and cozy sweaters, to the rest of the world. With a casual country-club polish, Baker operates as Hilfiger's chief branding officer and CMO.
When it comes to successful family businesses, it's hard to find a more American example than E&J Gallo. Now in its 81st year, the winery is the largest on earth (16,000 acres in California) whose 60 brands have a lock on nearly a quarter of the U.S. wine market—and it's still being run by the family. But you won't find Stephanie Gallo with her feet up at her desk.
Richard Branson’s Virgin Atlantic Airways has flown in turbulent skies in recent years, posting losses (albeit shrinking ones) since 2011.
Insiders say fast-food marketing is a blood sport, and Burger King and its CMO Eric Hirschhorn are in the thick of it. Just ask Billy Eichner. On Oct.
Tony Ambroza and the Maker Movement arrived at the Dearborn, Mich., offices of Carhartt about the same time four years ago.
By now, we’ve all seen the ads and read the glowing magazine profiles about the world’s most luxurious airline, Dubai-based Emirates: the flat beds in private quarters, the lo
When a celebrity launches a fragrance, it is Coty to whom they turn. And when Coty sought to reinvigorate its fragrance division last year, it was to Steve Mormoris that it turned.