Whom do corporations answer to?
Aug 27, 2019

Whom do corporations answer to?

Plus: Why Amazon is streaming the Fenty runway show, and what you're really getting when you pay for fast internet.

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Rihanna partners with Amazon to stream fashion show

Aug 27, 2019
Amazon wants to grow its apparel business. Could a retail collaboration with Rihanna be far behind?
Amazon Prime has more than 100 million members. That’s a lot of potential customers for Rihanna, shown above at a London movie premiere in 2017.
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That senior discount? Sometimes, it's not worth it.

Aug 27, 2019
Marketers bombard seniors with discount offers. Some seniors couldn't care less.
Hermogenes and Martha Beras have different approaches when it comes to seeking out senior discounts.
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How the public might use a new pledge against corporations

Aug 27, 2019
The Oklahoma Attorney General cited the Business Roundtable's new pledge in a case involving Johnson & Johnson.
The logo of U.S. multinational medical devices and pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson at the entrance of the research and development plant in Val-de-Reuil, France.
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For faster internet ... do you really get what you pay for?

Aug 27, 2019
Why internet speed seems to have a bad connection with price.
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Why washing machines want to tug at your heartstrings

Aug 27, 2019
Laura Bliss of CityLab explains why appliance manufacturers are investing in their alert sounds and jingles.
Appliance makers are trying to build brand loyalty by improving the sounds their machines make, says Laura Bliss of CityLab.
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Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Producer II
Sean McHenry Director & Associate Producer II

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