Posted by Dale Buss on September 11, 2012 09:02 AM
American Airlines and United 9/11 lawsuits may finally get resolved.
Andy Murray is poised for endorsement deals after historic U.S. Open win.
Apple will boost carriers and U.S. economy with release of iPhone 5 as Samsung is ready to sue and iPad Mini pictures leak.
Burberry rocks luxury sector with warning of lower sales and profits.
Chevrolet disputes Reuters' Volt report.
Chrysler unveils new models to dealers, prices new Viper around $100,000.
Dallas Morning News launches social-content marketing company.
FedEx and UPS gain ground in China.
GM stops deliveries of several popular 2013 vehicles to fix OnStar glitch.Continue reading...
House of the Rising Brand
Posted by Mark J. Miller on June 20, 2012 03:16 PM
Australians have been enjoying Pie Face bakery cafes since 2003. There are now 75 locations dotted along the continent’s eastern coastline.
It currently has a single store in the U.S., located in New York next to David Letterman's NYC home at the Ed Sullivan Theater just north of Times Square (hence its tagline, "From Bondi Beach to Broadway").
But don’t worry, Americans, your days of living without Pie Face's version of the humble Australia meat pie may be soon coming to an end.
Steve Wynn, the founder and CEO of Wynn Resorts who has been in the biz since 1963 when he took over his family’s Maryland bingo parlor, is investing $15 million into Pie Face to help the brand expand.
“Having met the Pie Face USA management team recently and having visited their first store in New York, I came to the conclusion that they were bright people with a bright concept,” Wynn stated. “I look forward to backing them as they expand throughout Manhattan and across the United States.”Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 19, 2011 05:30 PM
The longer America’s economic doldrums continue, and the debt-ceiling talks drag on, the more that Corporate America feels compelled to speak out, both in criticism and defense of the man in the middle of the maelstrom: President Obama.
Last week’s berating of America's corporate chieftains by GE head Jeff Immelt amounted to a sort of defense of the president and his policies. Immelt, a key figure on Obama’s jobs council, told his fellow CEOs to stop whining about the economy and the dire employment situation and to create jobs within their companies.
And earlier this week, a group of CEOs were convened for an education roundtable (at top), evidently eager to meet with President Obama to help him figure out how industry-led partnerships can help improve the prospects for America's youth — the foundation of all future job growth, of course.Continue reading...