Marvel makes history as Black Panther opens at #1 worldwide and sets Presidents Day weekend record in the U.S.:
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) February 18, 2018
Alibaba and Tencent divide China’s brick-and-mortar retailers.
Chanel buys a stake in British online retailer Farfetch.
Gibson guitar brand reportedly facing bankruptcy.
J.Crew hires Starbucks digital head Adam Brotman as CXO.
LEGO eyes expansion via China’s educational market.
Voya introduces a Chinese name and logo.
Walmart is reportedly in talks to buy a stake in India’s Flipkart.
Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s break up, amicably producing own ads.
KFC responds to running out of chicken in the UK:
The Colonel has an update…
— KFC UK & Ireland (@KFC_UKI) February 19, 2018
Lucky Charms makes the unicorn a permanent cereal thriller:
— Lucky Charms (@LuckyCharms) February 19, 2018
Mountain Dew sponsored Kevin Hart-hosted NBA All Star Weekend activation including a courtside pop-up.
Roxy takes a stand with #MakeWavesMoveMountains campaign:
Virgin talks up planned hyperloop transportation network in India:
New @Virgin @HyperloopOne in India could connect 26 million people, support 150 million passenger trips per year & help create a thriving, competitive megaregion https://t.co/IkYbfIs2yi pic.twitter.com/nCIoUbtDpF
— Richard Branson (@richardbranson) February 19, 2018
Volkswagen Australia highlights advanced tech with “RoboBoy”: