Jacqueline Parkes is focused on fueling fans' passion with original content, as well as taking a stand on issues important to the network's consumers.
The weight loss app Noom aims to disrupt the health and wellness sector by changing users' behavior as it relates to nutrition, eating habits, and exercise.
IHOP CMO Brad Haley is on a mission to evolve the restaurant chain's image to more than just a breakfast joint.
Ancestry EVP and global CMO Vineet Mehra explains how the the brand integrates itself into customers' everyday lives, and why customers are flocking to get their DNA tested.
Ellevest CMO Lisa Stone brings more than a decade of experience to the startup to help women gain financial and gender equality.
The indoor cycling craze brings people together around the globe, and it's Carolyn Tisch Blodgett's job to tell Peloton's story.
Peter Sloterdyk listened to the app's users, then set out to help them discover, connect with, and navigate the world around them.
Oath's CMO talks to Diana Bradley about how the company got through its widely mocked rebrand and plans for 2018
Thalberg talks to PRWeek about Taco Bell weddings and the chain's recent partnerships with Lyft and Forever 21.
Rosa talks to Diana Bradley about the wearable technology company's health and fitness plans and other areas of expansion.
Nissan's head of marketing tells Diana Bradley his stance on autonomous cars, auto shows, and integrating advertising and PR.
Gary Briggs talks about how Facebook is connecting the world; engaging Generation Z; and how it's combating fake news.
Fresh off Edelman taking two PR Lions, both Bronzes, for the Worlds Apart campaign for Heineken, Teles discusses the thought process behind the campaign and his outlook for Heineken USA as CMO.
Head of marketing Gregory Guidotti talks Wienermobiles with Diana Bradley and explains why Oscar Mayer finally improved its hotdog recipe.
Chris Hollander sat down with PRWeek to discuss his focus as chief marketer and why Panera Bread isn't getting enough credit for its actions.
Atkins CMO Scott Parker tells Diana Bradley how the brand contends with perceptions that it's just targeting people who want to lose weight.
GNC CMO Jeff Hennion tells Diana Bradley why the 80-year-old vitamin and supplements retailer is suddenly revamping its business model.
Diana Bradley asks Motorola VP and CMO Jan Huckfeldt about how the company is going up against major competitors Apple and Samsung.
Diana Bradley asks Merck Consumer Health CMO Atilla Cansun about why the company is focused on preparing society for an average lifespan of 100 years.
Frito-Lay SVP and CMO Jennifer Saenz tells Diana Bradley about the snack company's approach to consumer engagement.