Posted by Dale Buss on November 1, 2013 09:29 AM
Kraft and McDonald's team to sell McCafe packaged coffee.
FAA lifts most rules against use of electronic devices on flights.
AT&T explores acquiring Vodafone, reports say, but European outcry over NSA involvement hurts brand.
Air France seeks deep overhaul of Alitalia.
Amazon produces two original drama pilots.
Apple launches iPad Air.
Bonobos expands with new women's brand.
Buffalo Wild Wings' new pricing and service model builds confidence.
Century 21 handles "haunted houses" in campaign.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 15, 2013 09:33 AM
Apple taps Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts as retail head.
Macy's plans to open most stores on Thanksgiving at 8 p.m., breaking a 155-year tradition of being closed on the holiday.
New York Times officially rebrands International Herald Tribune as the International New York Times.
Alcatel-Lucent chief warns company may collapse.
Allstate gives Mayhem the silent treatment on Twitter.
Amazon begins shipping goods from inside suppliers such as P&G.
Argos, a high-street brand, launches its own budget tablet.
BlackBerry moves to reassure customers with open letter.
Chevy models get support for Siri's eyes-free mode.
Coca-Cola profits rise on higher sales in North America.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 18, 2013 09:32 AM
CVS and Walgreens ban Rolling Stone over Tsarnaev cover.
Coca-Cola ad banned in UK over exercise claims.
Ryanair to sell advertising on planes.
Dell putting off vote today on founder's buyout proposal.
ArcelorMittal scraps steel project planned for India.
CBS markets new show using American flags as mouth gags.
Carrefour gains ground in France.
Eli Lilly plans to freeze wages to cope with patent cliff.
Ford makes inroads on Toyota in California.
Formula One CEO indicted for bribery.
Fox tries for comic-book comeback with movies.Continue reading...
Posted by Mark J. Miller on July 12, 2013 12:46 PM
From AT&T to Verizon Wireless and every Sprint and T-Mobile in between, smartphone companies are doing everything they can to attract and retain customers in this never-ceasing battle. The most recent punches were thrown by Sprint and T-Mobile.
Sprint, hoping to jump up from its position in third place in the US, announced that it would be guaranteeing unlimited data services for the lifetime of an account, Reuters reports. Verizon Wireless and AT&T ditched the unlimited idea toward the end of last year and most folks were thinking Sprint would eventually follow them.
"We are distinctly different in our market position (from) AT&T and Verizon," Sprint Chief Executive Dan Hesse told the Associated Press.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 4, 2013 09:31 AM
Samsung could call its line of wearable tech Samsung Gear, according to trademark filings.
Tiffany & Co. is the preferred jewelry brand of wealthy women, according to a survey by The Luxury Institute.
Maserati plans to launch "entry-level" sedan.
Brother touts big things in small printers.
Deoleo stakes for sale as Spanish banks seek exit from olive-oil giant.
Deutsche Bank is warned about brokerage operations by South Korea.
New England Patriots reveal new, streamlined logo.
Rupert Murdoch vows revenge against UK police in secret recording.
Pepsi is rapped by environmental group over health dangers of caramel coloring.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 19, 2013 09:24 AM
Facebook hits 1 million active advertisers and Zuckerberg talks partnerships with Samsung.
Tesla recalls some Model S cars for seat-mount defect.
Dish Network drops pursuit of Sprint Nextel, clearing way for SoftBank.
Alcatel-Lucent plans to streamline.
Amazon rolls out Facebook social gift card.
Chevrolet returns to Oscars with user-generated ad.
Dell sees Carl Icahn raise stake in company.
Johnny Rockets is acquired.
Lifestyle Lift changes national marketing practices after probe.Continue reading...
Posted by Alicia Ciccone on June 12, 2013 09:31 AM
Interbrand announces the 2013 Best Global Green Brands report.
Apple hopes new campaign will solidify aging brand's reputation of reliability.
Mozilla launches campaign against NSA spying.
Walgreen to pay $80 million to settle DEA prescription drug suit.
Altria Group launches MarkTen e-cigarette, but only in Indiana.
Cadillac hopes custom-built agency will help boost launch of new CTS.
Ernst & Young says digital entertainment revenue will surpass tradiitonal media by 2015.
Pfizer, Takeda reach $2.15 billion settlement with Teva, Sun Pharma.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 11, 2013 09:16 AM
Lululemon CEO steps down.
Mondelez to launch coffee pods for rival Nespresso machine.
Google cuts illegal drug site search ads and videos.
Adidas sued by church over Adizero trademark.
American Airlines unveils post-merger top management team.
Apple allows iTunes Radio users to pay to avoid ads.
Boeing sees no jet bubble.
CBC apologizes for botched national radio rebranding.
Citibank could face $7 billion loss on currency swings, analyst says.
Comcast beefs up in-home Wi-Fi.
Dole Food gets buyout offer from CEO.Continue reading...