For years, publishers could count on bored shoppers waiting in the checkout line to pick up a magazine, get engrossed in an article, and toss it into their cart alongside the milk and eggs. Then came “mobile blinders.”
He doesn’t look like a man masterminding a global takeover.
Think about restaurateurs with influence in Paris and you might come up with chefs such as Alain Ducasse, Pierre Gagnaire and Guy Savoy.
As Nokia Oyj prepares to introduce its latest flagship smartphone, developer Jan Ole Suhr says he knows why the brains behind addictive applications are shunning the Finnish company.
This month's issue of Bloomberg Markets Magazine features Nick Jones, founder of Soho House, on his plans to expand his network of members-only clubs.
Billionaire Ron Burkle has acquired a 60 percent stake in Soho House Group from the owners Richard Caring and Nick Jones and will become chairman of the company, the Times of London reported.
When Anna Bligh was 14, she was the only girl at Star of The Sea Convent school whose parents didn’t live together, after her mother left her alcoholic husband.
Quentin Tarantino meets Marivaux in “The Coward,” a comedy of manners with a major dollop of gore that’s not for the squeamish.
Nokia Oyj hired Stephen Elop , the head of Microsoft Corp. ’s business unit, as chief executive officer, seeking to reclaim ground lost to Apple Inc. that has wiped $61 billion off its market value.
As Apple Inc. struggles to meet demand for the latest version of the iPhone, Nokia Oyj is still waiting to ship its only model that may compete.
"You might see magazines in produce or the meat department, in the context of cooking."
- Nick Jones on Mar 20, 2013