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For First Time, Millennials And Gen X Were A Majority Of Electorate In 2016

For First Time, Millennials And Gen X Were A Majority Of Electorate In 2016

The youngest two generations of voters finally outstripped the number of older voters in 2016 — a sign of how politicians will have to grapple with winning over a fast-changing electorate.

Amazon And Nike’s Partnership Could Mean The End Of Big Brands

Amazon And Nike’s Partnership Could Mean The End Of Big Brands

“If Nike is absent from the Amazon channel, it risks its customers losing interest and its prospects just not ‘seeing’ the brand. And resellers and ‘gray’ product distort the brand image and customer experience.”

Cereal Killers: Breakfast Food Makers Retool To Capture Elusive Millennial Market

Cereal Killers: Breakfast Food Makers Retool To Capture Elusive Millennial Market

“It’s come to this: A bag of squeezable oatmeal-to-go is coming to market because so many Millennials think it’s too much trouble to pour a bowl.”

Millennials Fleeing Mississippi At Fastest Rate In Nation; So Why Not Louisiana?

Millennials Fleeing Mississippi At Fastest Rate In Nation; So Why Not Louisiana?

“Counter to the national trend, Mississippi’s Millennial population has dropped to 801,799, a 3.9 percent decrease during those six years. According to an analysis of the recently reported state-by-state Census data, no other state in the country lost more Millennials.”

A New Look At Millennials’ Favorite Brands Shows A Few Surprises Climbing The List

A New Look At Millennials’ Favorite Brands Shows A Few Surprises Climbing The List

“It follows that the results of a new study of brands favored by Gen-Y consumers, released today, is chock full of familiar names. Despite its public image woes, Uber gained the most ground in YouGov BrandIndex’s latest ranking.”

Can Millennials Save The Motorcycle Industry?

Can Millennials Save The Motorcycle Industry?

“As aging riders hang up their leathers, Harley-Davidson and Honda pin their hopes on smaller, affordable bikes for a new generation.”