By: Matt Carmichael on December 20, 2010
The first big numbers from the 2010 Census were just released. The grand total of 308,745,538 residents represents a growth rate of 9.7% is the slowest is 70 years. The Great Depression is believed to have lead to an anemic 7.3% growth rate in that decade.
By: Matt Carmichael on January 17, 2011
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By: Matt Carmichael on September 21, 2010
Ad Age chatted with Dan Ariely, the Duke University professor, frequent TED speaker and author of "Predictably Irrational" and "The Upside of Irrationality," to drill deeper into some of his theories and how they could help marketers make more money.
By: Matt Carmichael on April 11, 2011
As everyone from agencies, marketers and their own parents try to figure out what makes millennials tick, OMD weighs in with the results of a lengthy look at millennial shopping habits. OMD's Erin Bilezikjian-Johnson spoke with us about the study.
By: Matt Carmichael on July 24, 2000