Posted by Dale Buss on November 14, 2013 09:14 AM
GM could see exit of CEO Dan Akerson next year, Reuters says.
Crocs considers ways to go private.
Snapchat becomes one of most sought-after tech businesses after reportedly turning down $3 billion buyout from Facebook.
AT&T creates mystery of locked, used iPhones.
Alitalia prepares restructuring aimed at getting more resources out of Air France.
American Airlines and US Airways set up major-airport route grab with their merger as deal cruises through courts.
Ateliers Pleyel stops piano production in France.
Baidu faces suits over video piracy.
Boeing sees unionists reject new labor deal for 777X production.
Burberry is weighed down by beauty business.
Cisco tells of big revenue dropoff in emerging markets.
Cracker Barrel shareholders reject activist's third bid to be on board.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 7, 2013 09:22 AM
Fiat loses momentum in US comeback.
BlackBerry discusses bids with big-name strategic buyers that would dismember brand.
Macy's rethinks web plans in China.
Allstate outflanks online rivals.
Boston Market offers promotion related to idled government workers.
Burger King sees perception gains after "Satisfries" launch.
C-Span finds interest amid government shutdown.
Chevrolet will limit supplies of new Corvette at first.
Cracker Barrel and Kraft settle trademark differences.
ESPN drops International X Games.
Frito-Lay introduces glow-in-the-dark Halloween packages.
GM prods dealers to sell cars online.
Hershey plans plant in Malaysia.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on September 25, 2013 09:14 AM
Amazon debuts "native" video ads and launches new tablets while cutting Kindle Fire HD price.
Mondelez revamps its social media strategy.
Samsung to launch smartphones with curved displays.
AT&T launches mobile broadcast network and says it's open to European acquisitions.
Airbus wins plane orders from Chinese startups.
Alibaba heads for US with mammoth IPO.
Applied Materials to acquire Tokyo Electron in huge B2B deal.
BlackBerry shoves off bankruptcy questions.
Bob Evans sees disgruntled investor call for spin-off of restaurant division.
Carlsberg kicks off three-year partnership with Premier soccer league.
Carnival cuts outlook.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 18, 2013 09:27 AM
7-Eleven franchisees are accused by feds in immigrant exploitation scheme.
Starbucks to start displaying calorie counts on menus later this month.
Susan G. Komen Foundation names new CEO.
3M adds new products to its healthcare line.
AOL nears profitability in Patch bet on local news.
AT&T introduces solar-powered charging stations.
Boeing signs customers for stretch 787, Airbus also gets order for A380 and Embraer gets big launch order for jets from SkyWest.
Cheesecake Factory returns to growth mode.
Chrysler sees key deadline near in Jeep-recall dispute with US government.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 17, 2013 09:17 AM
Coca-Cola introduces itself to Myanmar.
DreamWorks and Netflix reach deal for new TV programs.
Smithfield Foods is urged by major shareholder to carve itself up rather than sell to Chinese firm.
Airbus tracks to double profit margin.
Al Jazeera will demonstrate deep pockets in US debut.
Apple will become big—but not dominant—player in automotive "center stack."
Chrysler launches nationwide ad blitz for SRT performance brand.
Facebook to unveil video support for Instagram, reports say.
Ford buckles on adding knobs for infotainment controls.
GM expands SUV recall for fire risk as it poises to jump out of "lease hole."
Hooters debuts late-night menu.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 14, 2013 09:18 AM
Microsoft and Best Buy plan mini "Windows Stores."
Amtrak hires esteemed chefs to ramp up its train food.
YouTube becomes overwhelming platform for fan-made branded content.
US Supreme Court strikes down gene patents.
Airbus lifts A350 to maiden flight ahead of schedule even as it copes with losses from aircraft's predecessor model.
Arby's franchisees helped get CMO ousted.
Audi is top choice of marriage cheaters in UK, survey says.
BMI sues Pandora over fees.
Bloomberg sees reporters' practices become critical issue for company.
Cadillac boosts sticker on new CTS by whopping $6,000.
Chevrolet believes racing on Sunday still sells on Monday.
Chrysler recalls sprinkling of trucks, Darts.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 13, 2013 09:16 AM
KFC drags down May results for Yum! Brands in China.
Honest Tea predicts over $100 million in sales in 2013.
Myspace runs first TV ad in revival bid.
Airbus takeoff of A350 pressures Boeing.
Amazon's Kindle debuts in India.
Apollo Tyres of India buys Cooper Tires for $2.5 billion.
Audi develops "road frustration index" as it sees new sedan variant becoming best-selling version of its A3.
BMW is sued by US over criminal background checks in hiring.
Burger King faces PR mess in razor-blade mishap.
Cosi CEO resigns.
ESPN pulls plug on 3-D channel.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 7, 2013 09:17 AM
Facebook drops "sponsored stories" as it pares down ad formats.
Samsung is hit by concerns that Galaxy S4 isn't selling well.
Google under fire for allowing ads selling illegal drugs, judge says.
Airbus builds sales momentum for new A350.
Chevron and golf's US Open seek new young scientists.
Constellation takes its crown by gaining rights to Corona beer.
Hallmark nabs the rights to Duck Dynasty brand for greeting cards.
Huawei dismisses security concerns.
Microsoft unveils trade-in rights for games on Xbox One.
Panera faces new test for pay-as-you-can.
R.J. Reynolds returns to TV advertising to promte new e-cigarette.Continue reading...