It may not be possible to break the art of award-winning creativity down to sheer math, but Columbia University’s Sudhir Venkatesh and students undertake a data-centric analysis of who wins at Cannes and what patterns and lessons are available for those looking to take home hardware.
In what a source describes as a quick deal, the teen-focused YouTube channel would presumably host content from both DreamWorks and Awesomeness and help launch new material. Plus, if all goes to plan, DreamWorks could shell out $117 million more. In an interview earlier this year, AwesomenessTV creator Brian Robbins forecasted his channel's success.
The e-commerce site for everyday design wares is going analog with a new brick-and-mortar retail store--one of a few new tricks the company's founders are testing as they attempt to conquer the world's design market.