• Start Up

    How to Build a Brand for Your New Business

    Got a great new business idea but struggling to nail down your branding and mission?  Join us for our live webinar with Paul Charney, CEO of Oakland based creative agency Funworks as he discusses the best ways to approach branding, sell customers your dream, and integrate feedback into the branding process from step one.  Key Takeaways:  The first step in the branding process should always be the ‘why’  Why logos and naming should not be the first step in the process  How to bring outside opinions into the creative process from day one Complete the registration form to watch now! About the Speakers Paul Charney is co-founder…

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  • Finance

    Sumner Redstone, Viacom founder and old-fashioned media mogul, dies at 97

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  • News

    Masayoshi Son’s SoftBank bets on public tech equities

    Japanese telecom giant SoftBank has been known for its outsized bets in venture capital. Now it’s diversifying. On Tuesday, SoftBank said that it is establishing an asset management subsidiary with $555 million to invest in about “30 highly liquid publicly listed stocks,” though Bloomberg reports that the subsidiary is targeting more than $10 billion and may rise beyond that. In particular, SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son says the subsidiary has already invested in the likes of Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Facebook.  It’s a notable roster. It’s all about tech—an area SoftBank’s Vision Fund has been heavily focused on—and the investments are much safer bets compared to its Vision Fund companies. They…

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  • Leadership

    Ben & Jerry’s rattles the U.K. government

    This is the web version of CEO Daily. To get it delivered to your inbox, sign up here. Good morning. David Meyer here in Berlin, filling in for Alan. The British government is arguing with ice cream. Surreal, yes, but the subject of the argument is deadly serious: it’s about migrants who crowd into small boats to cross the English Channel from France. After Home Secretary Priti Patel on Monday pledged to make these dangerous crossings “unviable,” Ben & Jerry’s U.K. took to Twitter to take her to task. “Hey @PritiPatel we think the real crisis is our lack of humanity for people fleeing war, climate change and torture,” a thread…

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