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The life and career rise of billionaire Meg Whitman, the former eBay CEO leading a new streaming service called Quibi

Here's what you need to know about Meg Whitman, a Princeton University graduate whose now among the richest self-made women in the US.

Say goodbye to running out of toilet paper while sitting on the toilet with the Charmin ‘RollBot’

Stuck on a toilet without any toilet paper? Charmin's got a robot for that.

The best ads of the decade

From Nike's groundbreaking Colin Kaepernick ad to Oreo's blackout real-time marketing tweet, here are the decade's best ads.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts.

10 companies that spent more than $1 billion in ads so you’d buy their products

According to Ad Age's 2019 report, companies from tech giants like Google to media empire Comcast spent a record $163 billion on advertising in 2018.

Procter & Gamble climbs after reporting its strongest sales growth in more than a decade

Procter & Gamble took a one-time, non-cash charge of $8 billion to adjust the carrying value of its Gillette Shaving Care brand.
Facebook’s Carolyn Everson speaks at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit in 2017.

Angst at Cannes, P&G embraces cause marketing, and Gary Vaynerchuk vs. the holding companies

At Cannes, ad chiefs wrestle with how to market to consumers as people shut out ads, tech giants clamp down on targeting, and privacy regs gain steam.
Robert L. Dixon, Jr., former Global Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President of PepsiCo, joined Okta's board of directors on Monday.

$14 billion Okta adds a former PepsiCo exec to its board so its leadership can hear the ‘voice of the customer’

Okta added former PepsiCo and Procter & Gamble executive Robert L. Dixon, Jr. to its board of directors. Here's why Dixon looks forward to the gig.

The 25 most innovative CMOs in the world in 2019

These savvy chief marketing officers are leading the charge to connect with consumers in an increasingly fragmented digital world.

Procter & Gamble beats and raises its forecast

Procter & Gamble beat on both the top and bottom lines and raised its full-year guidance for organic sales growth.

Wegmans, Amazon, and Patagonia top the list of most liked companies — employees explain why they have such a cult following

Amazon, Patagonia, and Wegmans all made The Harris Poll's 2019 ranking of companies with the best reputations.