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Actor, Breaking Bad.
In late March, as Starbucks was preparing to introduce its first offer on Groupon, the daily-deal service, the coffee chain's chief digital officer, Adam Brotman, realized he had no clue whether the gambit would pay off.
Cofounder, Sterling Farms Fresh Foods. On HBO's Treme, Wendell Pierce, a New Orleans native, portrays a jazz musician navigating a post-Katrina world.
CEO, Big Machine Records. Scott Borchetta's phone rings.
Architect. A Peter Marino-designed store works like a Ouija board: Customers float in a preordained direction--to a cash register. MAKE AN ENTRANCE. Louis Vuitton asked Marino to make the brand more aspirational. STAIRWAY TO SALES.
Lead product designer, Pinterest. Jason Wilson pulled off an impressive feat with Pinterest's first major redesign last March: Its 28 million monthly users didn't get out their digital pitchforks to skewer the visual social network.
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