Rebuilding Canada’s Globe and Mail
TORONTO—“I’ve been in the business for 50 years, and I’ve seen more change in the last three than in any other time. And the biggest difference is data.”
That’s what Phillip Crawley, C.E.O. of The Globe and Mail, Canada’s leading national paper, told me when I caught up with him in Toronto, where I recently addressed the annual National Conference of newspaper publishers.
Who should lead digital strategy?
LONDON/NEW YORK: The great majority of B2B marketers believe they are best placed to lead their businesses' digital agenda, a view that is not widely shared beyond their own department.
Digital agency Omobono surveyed 331 professionals in the UK and US – 31% of whom worked at companies with a turnover of more than £1bn – from marketing, sales, customer service HR and internal communications across 12 markets.
Meet the woman behind Hillary Clinton's Twitter account
Katie Dowd is the campaign’s digital director, in charge of putting the swagger in Clinton’s Twitter–not to mention Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr and all the rest.
With many of the power players from Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential run are sitting this one out, the big question is: Who’s in?