Netflix Chief Product Officer Neil Hunt spoke with Gigaom about how important data science and cloud computing are to the company's business, as well as why the internet is the perfect…
Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News Airbus’ chief procurement officer Klaus Richter says the company will transform its production process to increase output. And, Volvo’s CEO Håkan Samuelsson plans to gain a much larger portion of the US market. Show More Summary
The Walt Disney Company has announced during an earnings call earlier this week that Disney/Pixar is confirmed to go ahead with the production of Toy Story 4. The film will be directed by John Lasseter, Chief Creative Officer at Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios.
EXCLUSIVE: Veteran network exec and producer Teri Flynn has joined Mark Ciardi's Aspire Entertainment as Chief Content Officer and EVP, where she'll help develop content for the new multiplatform production company alongside founder and CEO Mark Ciardi. Show More Summary
Zynga founder Mark Pincus can't seem to stop founding things. Six months after stepping away from his role as Zynga's chief product officer, the serial entrepreneur has launched a new venture....
Discovery Communications today named Phil Craig as EVP and Chief Creative Officer for Discovery Networks International. In the newly created position, Craig will lead the production and development group, which spans five locations:...Show More Summary
Bunim/Murray Productions has hired John P. Roberts, former SVP Digital Media at Endemol, to head up its digital division and promoted former Director of Digital Media Kesila Childers to VP of the division, reporting to Roberts. As Chief...Show More Summary
Beth Willis is a founding member and Chief Creative Officer of Pinot's Palette. Beth is regarded as the leading visionary for product development, represents the customer's perspective, and identifies key consumers trends. Within this...Show More Summary
The gig: Bob Rogers, 64, is founder and chief creative officer of BRC Imagination Arts, a design and production company that creates what it dubs "visitor experiences," including theme park attractions, museum displays, corporate tours and world expo pavilions.
- Quantum Entanglement formed by Denis Dyack - will create games, movies and television programming - Dyack will serve as the Chief Creative Officer for QE2 - Chief Executive Officer is Jonathan Soon-Shiong - Chief Operating OfficerShow More Summary
Pandora today announced that Chris Phillips has been named Chief Product Officer and will serve on the company’s Executive Leadership Team. He comes to Pandora from Amazon where he was Director of Product Management and User Experience for Amazon Digital Music. Show More Summary
Paul Sancya/AP By Paul Lienert DETROIT -- General Motors (GM) will shift production of the transmission on the 2016 Chevrolet Volt to Michigan from Mexico, the automaker said. Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra plans to make the announcement...Show More Summary
IndiaProperty.com has appointed Muralikrishnan B as Chief Operating Officer responsible for end to end Customer Experience including Product Management, Customer Support, Marketing besides Operations and Data Analytics.
-Brothers & Sisters enlists Idris Elba for Sky campaign (video above). -Grupo Gallegos announced the hiring of Jennifer Rusin-Mull as chief marketing officer. -Integrated production company ACNE announced the addition of Luis Aguiluz...Show More Summary
Laurie Ann Goldman is a leading retailing executive with over 25 years of experience in building global consumer product businesses and brands. She served from 2002 to 2014 as Chief Executive Officer of Spanx, Inc. where under her leadership...Show More Summary
Al Jazeera's AJ+ venture has landed a bit of a coup by hiring Circa's Chief Product officer David Cohn to lead its audience engagement team.
French regulators wanted to check Netflix's recommendation algorithms for any possible U.S. bias -- but the company's Chief Product Officer actually believes that algorithms can help democratize culture.
After a coaltion of drag queens, trans folks, and other community members protested Facebook’s requirement that they use their legal names on their profiles, Facebook’s chief product officer, Chris Cox, officially apologized yesterday. Show More Summary
Facebook’s Chief Product Office, Chris Cox, issued a formal apology to members of the LGBT community who were affected by the recent issues involving Facebook’s real name policy. Over the past couple of weeks, several instances took place where individuals were maliciously reporting members of the LGBT community for not using their real names. Show More Summary
After weeks of controversy surrounding Facebook's "real-names" policy kicked off by a group of drag queens and LGBT supporters, Facebook's chief product officer, Chris Cox, apologized on behalf of the company for the "hardship" the policy has caused. Show More Summary