In the News: Nokia, AOL, Ben & Jerry’s, and more


In the News

AOL considers paid content.

Ben & Jerry’s kicks off food truck in San Francisco with free ice-cream.

Bloomberg pushes for a wider TV audience.

Cadbury‘s Naomi Campbell ad ruled not racist.

Cartier joins BurberryLouis Vuitton and other luxury brands by launching Youku video channel in China.

Cisco turnaround takes longer than expected.

Coca-Cola accuses Goldman Sachs of manipulating prices.[more]

Diesel creates slacker app for workers.

DirecTV develops germ-free remote for hotels.

Donald Trump curtails ambitions for Scottish golf course.

Elle magazine launches Elle Spa concept in Miami.

Expedia UK campaign puts human face on brand.

Facebook IPO prospects rise with ad growth.

Fujitsu‘s “K” supercomputer deemed fastest in the world.

Google homepage doodle welcomes the summer solstice with Takashi Murakami.

Groupon has fun with pre-IPO quiet period.

H&M plans capsule collection with Versace.

Huawei uses Facebook and Twitter to promote smartphones.

ICANN NotCom net addresses create trademark issues.

Jabot, a fake Young & the Restless brand, becomes a reality.

London 2012 Olympic committee chooses 12 artists to design posters; also warns against ambush marketing.

Matt Damon steps up commitment to

Mormon church launches rebranding campaign with Times Square billboard.

Nokia introduces N9 smartphone.

PNC buys Royal Bank of Canada‘s US business, which sponsors Hilton Head golf tournament.

Sony unveils greener PS3 for Japan.

Sprint proposes ways for AT&T to meet demand without T-Mobile.

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz takes time off for elective surgery.

U2 were the top-earning musical act of 2010.

Vodafone India fails in Facebook reputation management.

Walmart sex bias suit plaintiffs vow to fight Supreme Court ruling.

& Organic beauty products that are mislabeled as organic draw criticism.