Aaron Shapiro

Aaron Leland Sapiro (1884–1959) was an American cooperative activist and lawyer and major leader of the farmers' movement during the 1920s. One of the many issues he spoke on was cooperative grain marketing and was particularly active in California and Saskatoon in Saskatchewan where he addressed several meetings between 1923 and 1924.
Posts about Aaron Shapiro
  • What comes after HBO cuts the cord

    … companies could well be among the obvious partners, if for no other reason than because HBO will want some marketing power behind this initiative, and cable companies are already shilling for HBO,” said Dawson. “I would be surprised if [HBO executives] didn’t do any close partnerships with their telco partners,” said Aaron Shapiro, CEO of digital…

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  • The favorite creative brainstorming tools of agencies

    …. The platform has been spun off and is now a functioning startup, with companies including Lyft, Initiative and TMS using it. “As designers and developers, our staff have high expectations for the software that they use, demanding the same usability in the workplace that they’re accustomed to on their favorite apps,” said Huge CEO Aaron Shapiro. “It’s our…

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  • Huge’s Aaron Shapiro: You have to protect your employees’ interests

    … This is “View from the Top,” the latest in a new Digiday series featuring creative leaders talking about their career paths and leadership perspectives. Read previous interviews here. Aaron Shapiro is the CEO of Brooklyn-based Huge, a digital agency that over the course of just nine years, has grown from a small startup into an international hot…

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  • Is HBO ready to cut the cord?

    … later, “Game of Thrones” fans are once again quivering with excitement at the prospect of unbundled access to HBO’s online streaming service. Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes suggested at an investment conference last week that the company is “seriously considering” reconsidering its approach to online distribution. “Up until now, it looked to us…

    Eric Blattberg/ Digiday- 11 readers -
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