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Malls are dead, long live the mall

Apr 17, 2014
Rick Caruso of The Grove says shopping centers are in the entertainment business.
Posted In: shopping mall, commercial real estate, Retail
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American Apparel CEO Dov Charney on pushing boundaries and his biggest weakness

Jan 30, 2014
In this next installment of Conversations from the Corner Office, American Apparel CEO Dov Charney talks about his plans for the future.
Posted In: American Apparel, Dov Charney
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Etsy CEO: Leading a country of commerce

Dec 19, 2013
Chad Dickerson talks about heading up the internet's largest artisan marketplace.
Posted In: Etsy, artisans, vintage
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Comcast CEO: "We reinvent ourselves every couple years"

Nov 21, 2013
Turning a 50-year-old cable provider into an internet and content company.
Posted In: Comcast, customer service, CEOs
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Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good: Embracing energy diversity is key

Aug 13, 2013
Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good on the future of the energy industry.
Posted In: Duke Energy, energy, fracking
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Pitchfork CEO: Reviewing music in a digital age

Jul 18, 2013
Pitchfork, considered one of the most influential music sources in the industry, has found success where other music publications have faltered.
Posted In: Music, music industry
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MTV focuses on millennials for success

Jun 18, 2013
CEO of MTV Stephen Friedman says its success depends on their ability to connect with Millennials
Posted In: mtv
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Whole Foods CEO: Detroit is a long-term investment

Jun 5, 2013
Walter Robb, CEO of high-end grocer Whole Foods, talks to Marketplace about why his company is opening its latest store in the Midtown neighborhood of Detroit.
Posted In: Whole Foods, groceries, Food, Detroit, food deserts, poverty, Walter Robb
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Moleskine's CEO on paper's advantages (and how to pronounce Moleskine)

May 20, 2013
Arrigo Berni puts his bet on paper over tablets after taking Moleskine public.
Posted In: Moleskine, paper, notebook
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After Warby Parker, a clean shave with Harry's

Mar 28, 2013
Co-founder of Warby Parker launches a shaving company using the successful eyeglass company's business model.
Posted In: Warby Parker, grooming, shaving, Harry's

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