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Ken Sadowsky is as close as you come to being clairvoyant. As a distributor, board member and investor, Ken has always seen the future of the beverage industry before anyone else. Growing up in a family that owned a beer and soft drink distribution company just outside Boston,...

As Adweek reports this week, “Little about The Wonderful Company’s new wine brand is practical.” I’d take it a step further. Little of it makes any marketing sense. In the dead of winter, and a nasty one across most of the U.S. at that, the only...

Starting a new year, it’s always a challenge to decide on whether you’ll see the glass as half-full or half-empty. This year, I choose to start half-full. My predictions start with my final word about Donald Trump for the rest of his presidency.  The political...

As another new year approaches, we ponder our predicaments, reflect on our actions and resolve to be better. Marketers working on a traditional calendar year schedule likely started these reflections back in April or earlier, launching their annual strategic planning processes to set goals and strategies,...

McDonalds needs a psychiatrist. We’re beyond talk therapy here. There is some deep-seated personality disorder that seems to require some serious medication. The chain, under siege for selling low-quality, bad for you food, is using their brand to test a “futuristic, French-style McDonald’s” called “McCafe.” An...

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