Sasha Strauss

Innovation Protocol / USC

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Managing Director of Innovation Protocol, a strategy brand firm based in Los Angeles, California, whose clients include large technology, medical and consumer brands; Adjunct Professor of Brand Strategy at University of Southern California

Sasha Strauss on KCRW

Over the past two weeks, the US Justice Department and Apple have been locked in a battle over whether the computer giant will help the FBI's investigation into the San Bernardino…

Surveillance Anxiety

Over the past two weeks, the US Justice Department and Apple have been locked in a battle over whether the computer giant will help the FBI's investigation into the San Bernardino…

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You might have heard that there’s a drought.

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Kraft Foods, Incorporated sells $31 billion worth of snack foods around the world.

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