Sean Duffy, CEO and cofounder of Omada Health, is striving to be the 'operational innovator' of healthcare.
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One of the largest tech platforms for millennial women, Mogul is accessed by more than 18 million weekly users across 196 countries.
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Kaye shares the story behind the brand and how it competes in the home industry.
The CEO of the newly created company talks to PRWeek about transforming local TV broadcast to juice revenue and revamp content.
Trade group PhRMA's CEO talks Sean Czarnecki through his first year in the job amid public outrage about price gouging.
A&W CEO tells Sean Czarnecki how he brought one of the U.S.'s oldest restaurant chains back from the dead with "tender loving care" and authenticity.
Nextdoor's CEO tells Sean Czarnecki why his app, found in about 75% of U.S. neighborhoods, is the one for all neighborly needs
The co-CEO of Robinhood tells Sean Czarnecki how the commission-free trading app is opening up the American financial system to everyone - not just the top 1%.
Shake Shack's CEO discusses his growing brand with Sean Czarnecki and explains how it plans to face looming challenges.
As the brand expands to Las Vegas, Eataly USA's CEO tells Sean Czarnecki how the Italian marketplace's story starts in-store and ends with quality cuisine.
Bedrock CEO Jim Ketai chats about why he anchored his real-estate company in the Motor City's history and what it's doing to revitalize the urban center with art, architecture, and storytelling.
The first woman to lead a major U.S. stock exchange calls for a "balance of regulations" with the incoming Trump administration and gives PRWeek a deep dive into Nasdaq's corporate solutions suite.
Delta's CEO tells Sean Czarnecki that transparency and accepting blame helped the company recover quickly after a global outage.
Sean Czarnecki catches up with Verizon Wireless' Ronan Dunne as he attempts to port O2's British "customer-led, mobile-first" approach across the Atlantic to the U.S.
Mayo Clinic's CEO tells Sean Czarnecki how a trusted name in healthcare evolved digitally and centered communications on its newsroom while retaining integrity.
Sundial Brands CEO tells Sean Czarnecki why he is dialing up comms and marketing a year after Bain Capital took a minority stake in the $200 million personal-care products company.
But the more digital our lives become, the more people crave analog experiences. And that's what we're offering: an experience where you're standing or sitting with [people] as passionate as you are, and in that shared passion, your energy level rises.