Target boosts hourly wages in battle to lure workers; Unilever makes a big bet on demand for Korean beauty brands; thoughts on purpose at Advertising Week and more:
— Target News (@TargetNews) September 25, 2017
Unilever acquires Carver Korea, South Korea’s third-biggest beauty brand, for $2.7 billion:
Unilever is moving away from mayonnaise and toward makeup https://t.co/sAabx2jioi
— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) September 26, 2017
While purpose was a hot topic during day one of Advertising Week, PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi and Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini outlined how millennials are pushing social change at their companies at Time Inc.’s CEO Summit in New York:
Boots launches 1st new brand in 15 years: Your Good Skin.
Honda promotes the Clarity electric sedan:
Jaguar Land Rover is looking to buy a luxury brand.
Red Roof launches a new hotel brand, The Red Collection.
SC Johnson expands transparency push to Asia Pacific.
Variety looks at YouTube‘s brand-safe ad-supported original series including Ellen’s Show Me More Show.
Verizon’s Oath vows brand safety & scale in first campaign.
Vimeo adds streaming with Livestream acquisition.
— Todd Spangler (@xpangler) September 26, 2017