Jack Neff

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Personal Products/Research

Jack Neff, editor at large, covers household and personal-care marketers, Walmart and market research. He's based near Cincinnati and has previously written for the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Bloomberg, and trade publications covering the food, woodworking and graphic design industries and worked in corporate communications for the E.W. Scripps Co.

5 takeaways from the ANA’s ‘human’-obsessed virtual Masters of Marketing event

5 takeaways from the ANA’s ‘human’-obsessed virtual Masters of Marketing event

Watch: P&G's Marc Pritchard on doing good, doing well and doing media buying differently

Watch: P&G's Marc Pritchard on doing good, doing well and doing media buying differently

Facebook and Google put ad tracker out of business overnight, but injunction could bring it back

Facebook and Google put ad tracker out of business overnight, but injunction could bring it back

Procter & Gamble hikes marketing spending by at least $100 million as sales soar

Procter & Gamble hikes marketing spending by at least $100 million as sales soar

6 things keeping CMOs up at night

6 things keeping CMOs up at night

COVID wave of simplification has marketers pulling back on products

COVID wave of simplification has marketers pulling back on products

How comic books make mid-level marketers into heroes and bot fraud a fun topic

How comic books make mid-level marketers into heroes and bot fraud a fun topic

Foot fungus remedy finds purpose—and it involves the election

Foot fungus remedy finds purpose—and it involves the election

Procter & Gamble's Native ventures beyond 'crunchy granola' roots

Procter & Gamble's Native ventures beyond 'crunchy granola' roots

Secret: Raise it up

Secret: Raise it up

P&G's Secret highlights how women bear outsized burden of pandemic in new ads

P&G's Secret highlights how women bear outsized burden of pandemic in new ads

Walmart redesigns stores to align with mobile app

Walmart redesigns stores to align with mobile app

Pandemic puppy shortage shows market going to the dogs—in a good way

Pandemic puppy shortage shows market going to the dogs—in a good way

Procter & Gamble says it won't return to the upfront as direct deals expand

Procter & Gamble says it won't return to the upfront as direct deals expand