Too many companies are diving into social media without thinking a project through. Brian Solis has some thoughts on a better way to use these new tools
—Michael Arndt, NEXT: Innovation Tools & Trends
How the founder of Zappos, amid the dot-com bust, revamped the company from a drop and ship operator to an e-tailer
Canadian-born Tyler Brûlé's magazine, Monocle, challenges just about every piece of received wisdom about what works in media these days
For students, social networking sites have no educational value due to the inherently truncated, shallow nature of communication on them. Pro or con?
Hundreds of job openings with design-driven companies.
Best Buy | Minneapolis, Minnesota
Posted: Jan 24
Nike, Inc. | Portland, Oregon
Posted: Mar 16
Steelcase Inc. | Grand Rapids, Michigan
Posted: Mar 16
Designer Deborah Lloyd is infusing the brand with her quirky sensibility, making it younger and more hip
The U.K. clothing site is the first European fashion retailer to open an e-tailing outpost inside the social network
Barbie's "arm candy" is finally getting some attention of his own
The sluggish retailer taps new management and an ad agency in hopes of turning around its U.S. brand
Big companies try in-home parties to generate buzz for their brands
The U.S. soccer superstar is a stereotypical villain in TV ads for Grupo Televisa's Gana Gol lottery game
The father of the boutique hotel reflects on deciding not to brand, working with Marriott, and stopping rivals from stealing his ideas
"Unfortunately, people with the checkbooks are afraid of the unknown."
They can, to a point—but human interaction can't be reduced to algorithms
For the first time since Bloomberg Businessweek began its annual Most Innovative Companies ranking in 2005, the majority of corporations in the Top 25 are based outside the U.S.