Posted by Shirley Brady on June 23, 2010 08:00 AM
BP today puts U.S. managing director Robert Dudley, above, in charge of its Gulf spill operations, reporting to embattled CEO Tony Hayward.
An analyst tells the New York Times, “He’s not only a good ol’ boy, but he’s from Mississippi and he doesn’t have a British accent,” a reference to Hayward.
Spirit Airlines, meanwhile, is being criticized for ad campaign that spoofs the BP oil spill.
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Posted by Shirley Brady on June 21, 2010 08:00 AM
Comcast-NBC deal raises concerns in the U.S.
Facebook looks to boost ads; 500 million user benchmark tipped in new movie marketing?
Jeep "slowly" relaunches the Grand Jerokee.
Tiger Woods' lost endorsements cost IMG $4.6 million last year, according to CNBC.
Toshiba enters e-reader fray.
Toy Story 3 tops box office in biggest opening weekend for Disney Pixar.Continue reading...