In The News: Songwriting Superstar Max Martin Reveals Secrets In Rare InterviewNovember 28, 2019
Max Martin has written No. 1 songs for some of the biggest names in pop music – Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Katy Perry and Pink to name a few. In fact, he’s helped write 22 No. 1s.
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New D.C. apartment building embraces ‘lagom’
Resa is a 12-story, 326-apartment building in Washington, D.C.’s NoMa neighborhood. Bozzuto Management Co.’s focus for the building is “lagom,” the Swedish concept of “just right.” According to the Washington Post, “Lagom influences the design of Resa’s building and apartments as well as the atmosphere for residents.”
Inabo slips into Vogue
Inabo, a Swedish slipper company started in 2018 by a former lawyer and former marketing coordinator at Stutterheim, got some nice run on Vogue’s website. The fashion experts wrote, “…thanks to Inabo, a luxurious pair of handmade slippers that makes you feel like the king or queen of your own castle.” Check out Inabo here.
Sweden named world’s most LGBTQ-friendly country for travelers
A new index of 150 countries’ friendliness toward LGBTQ+ travelers has Sweden at the top of the list, followed by Canada and Norway. According to Forbes, the LGBTQ+ Danger Index ranked the countries on eight factors that could impact gay, lesbian and trans travelers.
GE hires Swede as new finance chief
Carolina Dybeck Happe has managed huge global finance teams and guided corporate transformations. Now, according to the Wall Street Journal, she’s taking over as General Electric’s finance chief.