Posted by Dale Buss on September 9, 2013 09:35 AM
Nissan unveils its own smartwatch.
IKEA no longer ranks as Sweden's most trusted brand.
BMW eclipses rivals at Frankfurt Auto Show with three-level test track.
Apple readies to announce two new iPhones tomorrow.
Audi sees global sales rise 10 percent in August.
Clorox spoofs Real Housewives as "green" sales miss mark.
Daimler joins parade by aiming to launch self-driving car by 2020.
Deutsche Bank launches customer service channels on Facebook, Twitter.
Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne cancels two media appearances at Frankfurt Auto Show.
Holiday Inn Express debuts first ever European ad campaign.
Instagram will introduce ads within a year, reports say.Continue reading...
Posted by Sheila Shayon on September 6, 2013 01:42 PM
Yahoo isn't the only one to debut a new logo this week, as Vanity Fair, celebrating its 100th anniversary, has released a tweaked version of its iconic typeface.
Gracing the cover of its commemorative October issue is model of the year Kate Upton, who was captured by famous photographer Annie Leibovitz blowing out a celebratory candle—a pose that mimics the original cover of Dress & Vanity Fair's first issue in October, 1913.
“In an age when nothing seems to last—not convictions, not even cities—a centennial, like the one Vanity Fair celebrates this year, makes me marvel at the simple fact of longevity,” Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter commented.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 26, 2013 09:17 AM
Carnival CEO to step down.
Barnes & Noble pulls back after losses in tablet wars.
Square takes on PayPal online.
Daimler outsources development of driver-assistance software.
Paula Deen's awkward TODAY interview furthers PR nightmare.
Dow Jones plans to eliminate some newsroom staff as it unifies newswires and Wall Street Journal.
Fiat adds seven-seat minivan to 500 range in Europe.
Ford ushers great-great grandchildren of founder into management.
Google gets boost in EU privacy case.
Heineken says it is "absolutely on top" of issue of fake beer in emerging markets.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on September 24, 2012 09:02 AM
Apple flirts with first trillion-dollar valuation for a company as iPhone 5 first weekend sales top five million and Apple tops YouTube and Aston Martin as "coolest UK brand." Apple also halted production at Foxconn factory after mass brawl, and seen hogging new iPhone for its own stores. Its legal team has also asked CA judge to boost award from Samsung.
Alfa Romeo plots return to USA, with Chrysler helping Fiat.
American Airlines racks up flight delays and cancellations.
Applebee's reboots its marketing with inflatable dolls.
Boeing struggles with makeover of 777.
Conde Nast launches French Vanity Fair into economic headwinds and skepticism.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on September 18, 2012 09:06 AM
Apple shares reach $700 as iPhone 5 shatters sales record.
Belvedere owes Bruce Willis for years of representing Sobieski vodka.
Burberry says strategy won't change as brand brings capes to London Fashion Week.
Chrysler and GM will get a chance at deal similar to new labor accord between Ford and Canadian Auto Workers.
Conde Nast plans French Vanity Fair.
Dole Food to sell businesses to Itochu.
Dos Equis finds some fans unimpressed with Obama endorsement by its "most interesting man" actor.Continue reading...
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...
Posted by Dale Buss on December 16, 2011 08:55 AM
Zynga prices IPO at $10/share (which CEO Mark Pincus played early). Its $7 billion valuation could lift all social gaming.
BlackBerry crisis mounts as troubled RIM co-CEOs announce they're deferring smartphone relaunch until late 2012.
Amazon reports selling more than 1 million Kindles a week.
Apple struggles to take a bigger bite of China.
Covidien to spin off pharmaceutical unit.
Dell abandons netbooks.
eBay counters Amazon's shopper incentive.Continue reading...
Posted by Mark J. Miller on September 14, 2011 10:01 AM
Vanity Fair's October issue cites Dockers' Alpha Khaki line as the 'it' pants for fall. Yes, Dockers.
Now GQ magazine, long known as the place to check out for men’s fashion news, has cozied up the Levi Strauss owned brand. GQ is spreading the word about its annual Menswear Awards by matching Dockers with its award winner and nominees for a limited edition “collectible” capsule collection.
Fibre2Fashion.com reports that Dockers has partnered with the publication’s Best New Menswear Designer Winner, Alexander Wang, along with five other designers to produce a limited-edition collection.Continue reading...