Dan Mintz landed in Beijing without a college degree, a job, or a word of Mandarin. Now he heads up the hottest advertising shop in the country. How one man cracked the Chinese market (by really, really trying).
G. Clotaire Rapaille has guided Chrysler, Procter Gamble, Boeing, and other enraptured clients through the "collective unconscious" of dozens of cultures. Now he's taking on India. Is he a sage—or a charlatan?
From a survey of 150 dog owners by Dogster.com, "a leading community site for dogs and their owners," and Simply Hired, the "top dog in job search." Forty-four million U.S. households own dogs, it says.
Digital music is a many-splendored thing—and it's more than just that white rectangle. Everyone from major labels to individual artists is experimenting. What's next—and why is Madonna sure to be a part of it?
By the time you read this, the flames may have died down—or they may be raging further out of control. As I write, the passions fanned by the publication of cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad have ignited fires in many parts of the globe, a frightening reflection of the chasm of misunderstanding between the West and the Muslim world.