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Headline Roundup: Late Night Wars

Posted by Stephanie Startz on January 11, 2010 10:10 AM

Heineken to purchase Femsa's beer unit for $7.6 B. [NY Times]

Goldman Sachs may donate portion of executives salary to charity. [NY Times]

Win-win: Online communities boost sales of weight loss programs, weight loss. [BrandWeek]

NBC confirms rumors of late night shakeup, Jay Leno moves to 11:30. [NY Times]

Conan O'Brien may jump to another network. [WSJ]

Ferrero joins the fray in bid for Cadbury. [Times of London]Continue reading...

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Headline Roundup: Android Army

Posted by Stephanie Startz on October 26, 2009 08:47 AM

Android operating system woos major cellphone makers away from competition. [NY Times]

Can Verizon's Droid dethrone the iPhone? [Ad Age]

HTC smartphone launches big campaign in UK and US. [Brand Republic]

Ford rises above wounded competitors, gains 5% market share. [WSJ]

GM and Chrysler upend marketing strategies. [FT]

"Smart Choices" food label program has been suspended by the FDA. [Chicago Tribune]

Disney issues refunds for "Baby Einstein" products. [NY Times]

Movie studios begin to divulge plans for DVD alternatives. [NY Times]

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen launch juniors line available at JC Penney. [WWD]

(More headlines: Eisner's web studion, Heineken, VW.)Continue reading...

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