It appears WPP is undergoing something akin to the TV show "Extreme Make-over: Agency Holding Company" edition. What to do?
What might the D2C-reshaped world of TV advertising look like? There will be more focus on audience, automation and performance.
I recently switched to a new computer, so became keenly aware of the tech stack I had curated to allow me to be connected and perform better at work.
Warren writes that "today's big tech companies have... too much power over our economy, our society, and our democracy."
The platforms' editorial no-win situation: Take a post down, they're attacked for policing speech. Leave it up, be pilloried for letting platform be used by extremists.
For example, how does a robot tax help hotel employees displaced by Airbnb?
There are some areas of digital that television needs to completely avoid, like the problems of fraud, bots and unviewable impressions.
I wrote a column immediately afterward with a specific message worth revisiting: Never take interpersonal relationships for granted.
How do we manage our personal data? Who owns it? When we answer those questions, let's do it as people, and not marketers.
Without purposeful amnesia about 9/11, "we we couldn't get out of bed in the morning and go to work," says a historian.