(Jan 16): Aston Martin and Bentley Motors saw this crash coming -- but it’s still going to sting.
Speaking onstage at a conference in Detroit before and after the British Parliament rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, the chief executive officers of two companies synonymous with U.K. carmaking had been bracing for disaster. Both have been making arrangements to do what they can to avoid problems with their supply chains.
The synchronous opening of a physical flagship in Manhattan and a digital flagship in China speaks volumes about both the direction of Starbucks and its leading source of innovation. China is blazing a digital path first and Starbucks U.S. is leveraging the learnings.
Last week was our beloved/behated daily newsletter‘s first birthday. We published an article looking back at the seven things we learned from Big Spam’s first year. In it, we talked about how people hate change, our Las Vegas casino aesthetic, and our favorite subject lines. As soon as we hit publish, we realized we’d made a terrible mistake. There were so many lessons we’d forgotten we’d learned, and we immediately started to write the second part, which is this bad boy right here. So without further adieu, here are five more things we learned from our year-long newsletter experiment that… This story continues at The Next Web