(Bloomberg) — This spring, Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale gave the operation he had been building for the last three years a nickname: the Death Star. “It is firing on all cylinders. Data, Digital, TV, Political, Surrogates, Coalitions, etc. In a few days we start pressing FIRE for the first time,” he wrote on Twitter Inc.

But now that the time has come for the Death Star to be fully operational, Parscale has been removed from its command. On Wednesday night President Donald Trump replaced Parscale with Bill Stepien, his administration’s former political director. Parscale will stay on to run

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PARIS — The historic jewelry houses of Place Vendôme are famous for weathering crises over the decades, and they weren’t about to allow the coronavirus pandemic to keep them from introducing fresh, high-end finery to the world during the traditional July presentations in Paris. 

Emerging from a lockdown slumber, the Place Vendôme drew editors back to the gilded salons of Chaumet and Boucheron, while Cartier went virtual, hosting Zoom calls and a video from the Grand Palais.

The trio of French luxury houses had distinct propositions as they sought to push the

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MILAN — The Prada Group has appointed Christopher Bugg as group communication director starting this month. Bugg joined the Italian fashion group in January as Prada’s marketing and communication director for Asia.

He is tasked with overseeing Prada Group’s communications strategy and communications across its brands and he reports to Lorenzo Bertelli, Prada Group head of marketing and of CSR.

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Before joining Prada, Bugg was based in Paris and held the role of global digital communication director at Louis Vuitton.

Prada will leverage Bugg’s extensive experience as, prior

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Lori Hall and Jessica Lane Alexander had talked about joining forces to open their own marketing firm for years. In 2020, the entertainment veterans made that dream a reality — and their timing couldn’t have been more opportune.

Hall and Alexander are the co-founders of Pop’N Creative, an Atlanta-based multicultural marketing firm. In the latest episode of Variety podcast “Strictly Business,” the two entrepreneurs address the challenges around discussions of how race, marketing and media converge at a moment of heightened awareness of systemic racial justice issues.

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