Speaker - Martin Giles

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Martin Giles is a Senior Business Correspondent for The Economist based in New York City, where he covers a range of business and financial issues. Prior to taking up this role in 2008, Mr Giles spent ten years on the commercial side of The Economist Group, latterly as Executive Vice-president of the Group's North American operations. Prior to joining the commercial side of the company, he was editor of The Economist’s finance and economics section, and previously spent time as a reporter in both London and Paris. Mr Giles earned an MA degree from Oxford University and has an executive MBA from the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business. He is a trustee of a British charity that supports students who wish to become financial journalists and sits on the Advisory Council of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.

8 Programs

Virgin's Porter Gale: Building a Brand From Scratch

03.18.09 | 00:47:13 min | 3 comments

Building the Obama Brand: The Selling of Barack Obama

03.18.09 | 01:03:40 min | 1 comment

Ties That Must Bind: Why CEOs Rely on CMOs More Than Ever

03.18.09 | 00:56:30 min | 4 comments

The Economic Landscape: How to Spot an Upturn

03.17.09 | 00:54:29 min | 3 comments

Consumer Behaviour: Messaging in a Recession

03.17.09 | 00:40:43 min | 0 comments

Payback: How to Optimise Marketing Dollars

03.17.09 | 00:43:44 min | 0 comments

Responsibility Unbound: Expanding the Corporation's Role

03.17.09 | 00:47:06 min | 0 comments

John Gerzema: Avoiding the Looming Crisis in Brand Value

03.09.09 | 00:34:22 min | 0 comments