by Gregory J. Furman on Mar 23, 11:00 AM
Tectonic Shift in Luxury Brands' Approach to Corporate Citizenship and Philanthropy - Part II
by David Measer on Mar 16, 12:00 PM
This presidential election cycle has been marked by a shockingly angry electorate on both sides of the fence. Seems that voters are happy with very little. They're angry about jobs and taxes and Congress and police brutality and China and immigration policy and Wall Street and terrorism and free trade. To name but a few. A recent Esquire/NBC survey found that about half of all Americans are angrier today than they were a year ago. Are affluent Americans in the same boat?
by Pam Danziger on Mar 15, 12:00 PM
The Wall Street Journal recently reported that sales of luxury homes has stalled, while the entry-level market is hot. They report "Housing has become a tale of two markets, brokers and economists said, with lower-priced homes selling quickly even as inventory of expensive ones piles up."
by Lena Bourgeois on Mar 9, 11:00 AM
Early last year, Millennials became the largest generation in the U.S. labor force. As this generation starts to reach maturity, it has prompted many brands to turn their focus toward building brand loyalty and forging lifelong relationships with Millennial consumers, even those that have not reached affluence yet.
by Bob Shullman on Mar 2, 1:00 PM
Recently the Millennial generation has been the focus of many marketing pundits' articles and columns. No matter the slight variations defining the ages this generation encompasses (we define them as consumers born between 1981 and 2000), there are many out there, about 86 million in total, including those of high-school age. When marketers start to focus, though, on adults 18 or older, the number falls to about 73 million Millennials. The following exhibit segments that entire generation by four typical age segments many marketers use.
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