Posted by Dale Buss on October 21, 2011 09:02 AM
BlackBerry owner RIM challenged on BBX name.
Buffalo Wild Wings succeeds with strong attachment to football-watching.
Capital One targets small businesses with Spark credit-card program.
Chipotle growth beats expectations.
Cinnabon makes TV advertising debut.
DirecTV threatens to pull Fox networks amid carriage dispute.
Facebook royalty Randi Zuckerberg breaks out on her own.Continue reading...
Posted by Sheila Shayon on September 12, 2011 02:32 PM
Mashable announced in July that it was bringing back its Social Good Summit — and now it's just a week away. Taking place Sept. 19-22 in New York, the conference organizers gave a sneak peek at SGS 2011 on a preview call today.
Pete Cashmore, the ubiquitous founder and face of Mashable, says the goal of the SGS “to make the conversation more accessible to a wider world. Digital media and social media along with new technology can solve issues in the charity and non-profit worlds. The trend started a few years ago with start-ups for social good, but it spreads so quickly via social media and those in the charity activist space are using technology to spread the message.”
Henry Timms, Director, 92Y Charles Simon Center for Adult Life and Learning, announced that Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President of Tanzania will be participating at the summit on Wednesday 9/21, speaking about the impact of social media on government in Africa.
“Holding the summit during UN week is the natural time to create civic and civil dialogue, new conversations with new audiences… about the sheer possibilities ahead from entrepreneurial minds for world solutions," Timms observed.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on August 3, 2011 06:00 PM
AT&T challenges ESPN on 3DTV claims.
Audi signs on as Emmys sponsor.
Budweiser rebrands its can.
Burger King, Wendy's, Subway, Taco Bell, Carl's Jr. lead US fast food brands expanding in Russia.
Coca-Cola tests "FaceLook" facial recognition Facebook app in Israel.
Dunkin' Brands quarterly profits slip.
Facebook marketing director (and sister-of-Mark) Randi Zuckerberg quits to launch a start-up.
Google accuses Apple, Oracle and Microsoft of "patent bullying."Continue reading...