Big data. Brand value. Customer satisfaction. In the 21st century, these are crucial elements for success in business and they have driven the growth of the technology titans that dominate our everyday lives. But Jeff Bezos, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg and countless others owe a debt to J.D. “Dave” Power, who laid out the design Read More →
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The future of the J.D. Power and Associates headquarters in Westlake Village is up in the air and a move to consolidate two Southern California offices could be on the horizon. The big question is where the global marketing services firm and its approximately 250 Ventura County employees will land. The company’s lease at its Read More →
We’ll take a few words to recognize J.D. “Dave” Power, this year’s Business Times Hall of Fame inductee, for yet another honor. The man who masterminded the ubiquitous brass, black and glass awards is picking up some additional hardware this week in Detroit. That’s because he’s being inducted this year into the Automotive Hall of Read More →
Westlake Village-based J.D. Power has purchased Korrelate, an Orlando-based digital marketing company that measures consumers’ online behaviors and links them to offline sales activity. T
Auto industry legend J.D. “Dave” Power III, co-founder of J.D. Power & Associates, will become the ninth member of the Pacific Coast Business Times’ regional Business Hall of Fame. Power and the rankings produced by the firm he founded, Westlake Village-based J.D. Power & Associates, have been hugely influential on the auto industry. Power’s pioneering Read More →
When Dave Power launched the Westlake Village-based research firm in the 1960s, he made waves in the auto industry by allowing consumers to for the first time critique — and therefore influence — the cars they were buying.