Interviews

22 June 2017
  By Christine Birkner Kraft Heinz, dually headquartered in Chicago and Pittsburgh, is also home to iconic food brands like Oscar Mayer, Jell-O and Maxwell House in addition to its famous ketchup and mac and cheese. These days, the brand behemoth is adapting to consumers’ changing tastes...+ read more
22 June 2017
  By Kristina Monllos   Adweek: What are you doing to encourage diversity and gender equality at JWT’s New York office?Lynn Power: We talk a lot about diversity as a business driver—also because our world today, sadly, is more divided than ever and it’s important to recognize that...+ read more
13 September 2016
    By Kristina Monllos   Nike's latest campaign, from Wieden + Kennedy in Portland, might be one of the brand's most inclusive yet. Featuring a variety of athletes from Chris Mosier, the first transgender athlete to make a U.S. men's national team, to Sister Madonna...+ read more
13 September 2016
  By Emma Bazilian   Like many of its magazine publishing peers, Time Inc. has spent the past few years furiously working to reposition itself as a multiplatform media company. In the last year alone, the company has acquired big-name digital brands (like xoJane and HelloGiggles),...+ read more
13 September 2016
    By Emma Bazilian   In 2005, Lisa Sugar started blogging about celebrities as a side project while working as a media planner at Goodby, Silverstein and Partners in San Francisco. Eleven years later, her blog, PopSugar, has expanded into a massive lifestyle media company with...+ read more
13 September 2016
    By T.L. Stanley   You know his face. Everyone does. He's a veteran character actor whose resume includes TV appearances on Oz, Law & Order and The Closer, along with movies such as Spider-Man, Juno and the upcoming big-budget superhero flick Justice League. And since he won...+ read more