Brand News: 10 Things You Need to Know for Tuesday, February 20

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Missguided mannequins

Missguided stores add inclusive mannequins, stretchmarks and all.

Albertsons buys rest of Rite Aid it doesn’t own in $24B deal.

Amazon links Prime and Whole Foods Market on Visa rewards.

Coca-Cola looks to innovation for growth.

Con Agra sells Del Monte business in Canada.

Fox News plans Fox Nation streaming service for superfans:

The New York Times argues that banks could impact gun sales.

Oxfam crisis heightens with new report as UK government steps in:

The PGA also plans to get more (and younger) fans.

VF is selling Nautica to double down on The North Face.


CAMPAIGNS:

Barneys New York looks to engage younger shoppers with content:

Cathay Pacific celebrates Hong Kong’s Chinese New Year parade:

Gravy Train, Kibbles ‘N Bits, Ol’ Roy and Skippy brands recall dog food brands after FDA warns of toxins:

KFC UK chicken crisis subsides after DHL delivery glitch.

Nokia launches “Sensing as a Service” predictive analytics:

Renault Sport Formula One Team partners with Alibaba’s Tmall for the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship.

Toyota teases the Lexus UX:


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