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Issue No. 28: Amplified Marketing, Views, and Tomorrow's first live chat


This curated letter was designed to help folks like yourself stay on top of the micro shifts that can occur between unrelated industries and platforms.  238 more words

Russia? What About Russia? Facebook Earnings Seem to Be So Much Bigger Than Russia; Major Chink in Under Armour; All Night Long: It's Party Time at Walmart

It’s good to be Facebook…

It’s another quarter of rainbows and unicorns for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The social media mega-monster blew expectations out of the water with its daily active users growing to almost 1.4 billion, an increase of 50 million users. 682 more words

Port Covington Project Gets $233M From Goldman Sachs Group

BALTIMORE (AP) — Officials say Goldman Sachs has agreed to provide $233 million in private equity funding to a waterfront redevelopment effort in south Baltimore led by a firm owned by Under Armour’s CEO. 127 more words

Trump Disbands White House Business Councils After Resignations

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — President Donald Trump has disbanded two White House business councils after several members resigned following his remarks on the Charlottesville protest.

CEOs have been resigning since Saturday, when Trump blamed both sides for the weekend violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, between white supremacists and counterprotesters. 83 more words


Trump Responds After UA CEO Kevin Plank Resigns From Manufacturing Council

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank is distancing himself from the president by giving up his seat on the White House’s American Manufacturing Council. 330 more words


Varieties of disruption: business defections

Protest can exercise influence by disrupting the usual politics of the moment, and there are lots of ways to create disruptions, and different people have vastly different opportunities. 289 more words

Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank Resigns From Trump Council

WASHINGTON (WJZ/AP) — The CEO of athletic wear manufacturer Under Armour is resigning from the President’s American Manufacturing Council, saying his company “engages in innovation and sports, not politics.” 191 more words