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All Teslas in production now have Full Self-Driving hardware, this will include Model 3 https://t.co/5yUAsEKfT7
— Tesla (@TeslaMotors) October 20, 2016
AB InBev buys Northern Brewer as company looks to expand into home beer brewing market.
American Express will report earnings in wake of banks reporting soft credit card operations.
Apple expands the construction of smart homes by partnering with property developers.
BuzzBike tests free ad-supported, data-monitoring bikes in London.
Coffee & Bagels adds Argos tea in a house-of-brands attempt to take on Starbucks.
Constellation Brands buys Charles Smith wine brand for $120 million.
— Delta (@Delta) October 19, 2016
— Delta (@Delta) October 18, 2016
Disney‘s Lucasfilm unit sues a Jedi lightsaber school for trademark infringement.
eBay woos millennials with “we’re more than auctions” messaging revamp.
GE looks for transformation to pay dividends as activist investor Peltz pushes for returns.
Huawei‘s Honor smartphone strikes a brand integration deal with Marvel‘s Doctor Strange.
J.Crew reportedly plots major changes in bid to turn around brand.
Mitsubishi shareholders cheer Carlos Ghosn as Renault Nissan CEO is set to become chairman.
Morgan Stanley gets a boost from trading as profit rises.
The Great British Bake Off transforms cookery as show readies move from BBC to Channel 4.
The New York Times sets succession plan in motion with A.G. Sulzberger promotion.
PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi explains new Performance With Purpose goals in a LinkedIn interview.
— LinkedIn (@LinkedIn) October 18, 2016
Pinterest has produced more than 6,000 branded posts in native advertising push.
Revlon taps Ciara as its new global brand ambassador.
— Ciara (@ciara) October 18, 2016
Snapchat‘s long-awaited API opens the floodgates for brand marketers.
Very Good Light aims to capitalize on men’s interest in grooming.
Volkswagen will compete with Audi as it releases Phideon, a China-only luxury-style sedan.
Walmart‘s Vudu introduces free ad-supported video on demand.
The Washington Post adds artificial intelligence to its election coverage toolkit.
Taco Bell releases MLB World Series “Steal a Base” promo.
Why Walmart CEO Doug McMillon has turned pitchman: