Brad Casper Archives

Arizona Centennial Series: Looking Ahead At The State’s Next Century

Arizona Centennial Series - AZ Business Magazine January/February 2012
by in AZ Business Magazine | Tech

Arizona Centennial — Forward thinking: Algae, solar, personalized medicine or none of the above? Some of Arizona’s greatest minds look ahead at the state’s next century A century ago, Arizonans with an entrepreneurial spirit ventured deep into the deserts and mountains in search of gold and copper. Today, as Arizona celebrates its 100th birthday, their… Read More →

Positive Signs Bolster Tucson Office Market, Retail And Industrial Sectors

Tucson Office Market, Industrial and Retail Sectors
by in Business News

Positive signs bolster Tucson office market, as well as the area’s retail and industrial sectors CBRE has released its third quarter 2011 market analysis of the Tucson area office, industrial and retail sectors. Report highlights include: Office •    The Tucson office market reported a stronger third quarter, with 71,209 square feet of positive absorption. This… Read More →

Henkel Announces New Leader For North American Consumer Goods

Dial's new Scottsdale building under construction in 2008.
by in Economy | Featured | Finance

Scottsdale-based Henkel Consumer Goods has a new leader. The company’s German owner, Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, announced today that Stefan Sudhoff, corporate senior vice president of cosmetics and toiletries at Henkel, has been given the job formerly held by Brad Casper. Casper left the company abruptly in August. A statement from the company at… Read More →

CEO Series: Brad Casper

Man looking up in front of a colorful painting

Brad Casper CEO, Henkel Consumer Goods (The Dial Corporation) Consumers have been cutting back sharply on their purchases as a result of the recession. How has that affected Henkel Consumer Goods’ overall operations, such as vendor relationships, supply chain management, marketing, research and development, etc., and how has the company responded to those challenges? The… Read More →