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P&G to debut ad campaign during NFL playoffs

Procter & Gamble Co. plans to premiere a commercial during the NFL playoff games this Sunday as part of a new advertising campaign for a revamped line of Old Spice products. The Cincinnati-based maker of consumer goods (NYSE: PG) signed Deon Cole, one...

Woodforest National Bank promotes executive to president, CEO

The Woodlands-based Woodforest National Bank, the 11th-largest bank in the Houston market by local deposits, named a new president and CEO.  James “Jay” Dreibelbis was tapped to lead the bank by the company’s board of directors in a Jan. 17 press rele...

Minneapolis agency Solve named agency of record for Sunoco

Sunoco Fuels has chosen Minneapolis advertising agency Solve as its agency of record for brand strategy, creative, media planning and buying, and digital and social media support. Dallas, Texas-based Sunoco Fuels, a division of Sunoco (NYSE: SUN), ch...

Female-owned Miami public relations firms join forces

Leading public relations firm rbb Communications has acquired Miami-based Z|Comm, the latest boutique agency to join rbb's family of brands. Founded in 2001 by Amy Zakarin, Z|Comm (previously known as ZMPR) represents well-known South Florida compani...

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1501, 2019

Cincinnati universities rank among nation’s best for online programs

January 15th, 2019|Comments Off on Cincinnati universities rank among nation’s best for online programs

Three Greater Cincinnati universities have been recognized among the nation’s best in several fields for online degrees. The University of Cincinnati, Xavier University and Union Institute & University all landed on top 100 lists created by U.S. News ...

1401, 2019

UNC Chancellor Carol Folt announces resignation

January 14th, 2019|Comments Off on UNC Chancellor Carol Folt announces resignation

In an unexpected announcement Monday evening, UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt announced her intention to retire at the end of the academic year.  “First, you’ve heard me say many times that it is the privilege of my life to serve as chancellor o...

1801, 2019

P&G to debut ad campaign during NFL playoffs

January 18th, 2019|Comments Off on P&G to debut ad campaign during NFL playoffs

Procter & Gamble Co. plans to premiere a commercial during the NFL playoff games this Sunday as part of a new advertising campaign for a revamped line of Old Spice products. The Cincinnati-based maker of consumer goods (NYSE: PG) signed Deon Cole, one...

1801, 2019

Woodforest National Bank promotes executive to president, CEO

January 18th, 2019|Comments Off on Woodforest National Bank promotes executive to president, CEO

The Woodlands-based Woodforest National Bank, the 11th-largest bank in the Houston market by local deposits, named a new president and CEO.  James “Jay” Dreibelbis was tapped to lead the bank by the company’s board of directors in a Jan. 17 press rele...

1801, 2019

Bitcoin review: Coinme and Coinstar team up, DC impasse slows startup momentum

January 18th, 2019|Comments Off on Bitcoin review: Coinme and Coinstar team up, DC impasse slows startup momentum

To keep readers up-to-date on the latest price fluctuations and trends pertaining to cryptocurrencies, we here at the New York Business Journal compile a list of the week's top stories each Friday. Peruse the listicle below for the headlines you might ...

Health

Elderwood parent to pay $47M for Weinberg

January 18th, 2019|

Elderwood’s owners will pay $47 million to add the Weinberg Campus into its senior-care network, according to new filings with the New York State Department of Health. Details on the asset purchase agreement were previously undisclosed. The project, r...

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Tesla laying off 7% of its workforce, its second mass cut in less than a year

Tesla Inc. is cutting more than 3,000 people from its payroll — roughly 7 percent of its global workforce — to cut costs and remain profitable, CEO Elon Musk said in an all-hands email today. In his note, Musk warned investors that the company would e...

By | January 18th, 2019|Categories: Budget and Tax|

MillerCoors hires Kraft Heinz brand leader as chief marketing officer

MillerCoors has hired its first female chief marketing officer. The Chicago-based beer company with significant Milwaukee operations named Michelle St. Jacques its new CMO, the brewer announced Friday. St. Jacques, who has nearly two decades of brand ...

By | January 18th, 2019|Categories: Budget and Tax|

Ocean Spray zeroes in on tiny things in ad from Energy BBDO Chicago

Ocean Spray, the cranberry growers cooperative founded way in back in 1930, is definitely going in a different — and rather odd — direction in the first ad campaign from the grower cooperative’s new ad agency of record Energy BBDO Chicago. Energy BBDO...

By | January 18th, 2019|Categories: Media|

Woodforest National Bank promotes executive to president, CEO

The Woodlands-based Woodforest National Bank, the 11th-largest bank in the Houston market by local deposits, named a new president and CEO.  James “Jay” Dreibelbis was tapped to lead the bank by the company’s board of directors in a Jan. 17 press rele...

By | January 18th, 2019|Categories: Economics|

Bitcoin review: Coinme and Coinstar team up, DC impasse slows startup momentum

To keep readers up-to-date on the latest price fluctuations and trends pertaining to cryptocurrencies, we here at the New York Business Journal compile a list of the week's top stories each Friday. Peruse the listicle below for the headlines you might ...

By | January 18th, 2019|Categories: Economics|

Elderwood parent to pay $47M for Weinberg

Elderwood’s owners will pay $47 million to add the Weinberg Campus into its senior-care network, according to new filings with the New York State Department of Health. Details on the asset purchase agreement were previously undisclosed. The project, r...

By | January 18th, 2019|Categories: Healthcare|