Posted by Dale Buss on April 2, 2012 08:59 AM
Angry Birds are coming to TV.
Apple pressured on suppliers and sustainability as brand sees Consumer Reports soft-pedal problem of "hot" iPads.
Belvedere vodka "rape ad" actress sues Moet Hennessy.
BMW unveils "sexy" i8 Spyder concept.
Burger King promotes new menu with Jay Leno, Mary J. Blige, David Beckham and Sofia Vergara.
Chevrolet plans decision on future of "Chevy Runs Deep" with new ad agency.
Coty offers to buy Avon for $10 billion.
Current nixes Keith Olbermann as on-air anchor, citing behavior.
Dunkin' Donuts launches Hispanic marketing campaign.
Facebook delves deeper into search.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on January 3, 2012 05:41 PM
US auto sales for 2011 face boost by year-end holiday advertising, as global auto sales rise on Chinese demand.
Apple TV rumors generate biggest buzz heading into CES.
Bakon Vodka goes mobile.
Ben & Jerry's slated as first Facebook sponsored stories ad in users' newsfeed.
Benetton takes edgy Unhate campaign to Tripoli.
Bentley sells more cars in China than UK.
Better Business Bureau tops its own scams of the year list.
BlackBerry-maker RIM reportedly identifies replacement for co-chairmen as analysts fear the worst.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on February 28, 2011 09:00 AM
The King's Speech won four Oscars including Best Picture at the Academy Awards last night, unseating early favorite The Social Network; click here for more coverage.
Apple's iPad 2 rumored to come in white as design guru Jony Ive may return to the UK.
Audi counts on accelerated sales in the US.
Baseball Hall of Famer Duke Snider dies.
Berkshire Hathaway is looking for “more major acquisitions,” Warren Buffett says.
Blackstone wins bidding for U.S. assets of Centro for $9.4 billion.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 29, 2010 09:10 AM
Airtel's new logo — "blobby" or "modern, vibrant and friendly"?
Apple is preparing for patent showdowns with Nokia, Motorola and HTC.
Audi puts focus on US Sunday TV advertising.
Batten & Company, a new unit of BBDO, opens shop.
Black Friday sales saw more foot traffic but lower-than-expected sales as retailers cross fingers for Cyber Monday.
BP is commissioning a feature-length documentary about the Deepwater Horizon oil spill — but the company says it is not intended to scrub its reputation clean.
Delta and Southwest Airlines aim to emerge from among branding-challenged air carriers.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on May 18, 2010 06:51 PM
BP is giving Florida $25 million to salvage tourism ahead of Memorial Day and released new footage (above) of clean up efforts in the Gulf. US Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, facing Congress today over the spill, said weaknesses at his agency contributed to the disaster.
Grocery manufacturers and packaged goods firms are taking a wait-and-see approach to FDA's new concern over BPA in cans.
Microsoft's new social smartphone, the Kin, targets hipsters with secret concerts while Intel's CMO pursues millennials with Vice partnership.
Facebook will simplify privacy options (as third party apps aim to appease rattled users) and launches new mobile site with no data fees.
Yahoo is buying news aggregator Associated Content for (reportedly) "slightly more" than $100 million.
Google will unveil WebM, a video platform, and an OnStar app with Chevy at its I/O developers conference in SF.Continue reading...