Posted by Dale Buss on July 26, 2013 09:33 AM
Samsung reports soaring profits on smartphone sales.
GlaxoSmithKline names new chief in China amid bribery probe.
Apple still tops consumer brands.
A&P goes on auction block.
Activision Blizzard buys back most of Vivendi controlling stake in company.
Acura and Porsche lead in evaluation of websites.
Amazon swings to loss as expenses grow.
American Airlines and US Airways offer antitrust concessions.
AT&T nabs naming rights for Cowboys Stadium.
Daimler takes 5 percent stake in Aston Martin in technical partnership as CEO Dieter Zetsche faces pressure to catch Audi and BMW.
Facebook sees share price come within striking distance of disappointing IPO price.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 9, 2013 09:15 AM
Coca-Cola promises to reduce marketing to kids as part of global anti-obesity commitment.
Levi Strauss buys naming rights to planned new stadium of San Francisco 49ers.
Lay's reveals chip-flavor contest winner.
Abercrombie & Fitch draws fire for stocking only "skinny" sizes for women.
Activision Blizzard warns "World of Warcraft" is losing subscribers.
AT&T severely slashes Facebook Home phone prices.
BT enters British-sports broadcasting.
Claire's IPO will test market for debt-laden companies.
Ford takes over as title sponsor of Detroit's annual fireworks.
Google Maps will reportedly unveil new interface.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 15, 2012 08:50 AM
Best Buy, JPMorgan, Yahoo CEO stumbles put ethics and mismanagement in the spotlight. JPMorgan closes ranks around embattled CEO Jamie Dimon as mega-loss is probed; and Yahoo's interim CEO Ross Levinsohn reportedly close to getting role permanently.
Amazon reportedly prepping front-lit Kindle for July.
Facebook eyes historic $12 billion to $15 billion IPO windfall and up to $104 billion valuation.
Activision Blizzard goes back to the future for new games.
Apple plans iCloud upgrade, and thinner laptops with Intel chips.
Baidu enters China's crowded low-cost smartphone market.
BMW touts "ultimate service" in new campaign.
Budweiser strikes deal with Jay-Z for annual concert.Continue reading...
Posted by Sara Zucker on February 11, 2010 07:33 AM
Wal-Mart, Procter & Gamble to collaborate on made-for-television movie. [WSJ]
Motorola to combine hand-set units and set-top boxes into one company. [WSJ]
Apple contemplates $1 television shows for iTunes store. [TechCrunch]
Google will speed up Internet with 100x faster broadband service. [Washington Post]
Dogs can now tweet on Twitter with the help of Mattel's latest toy. [LA Times]
Loyal Barbie collectors get the chance to pick her 125th occupation. [BrandFreak]Continue reading...