Posted by Alicia Ciccone on October 11, 2013 09:26 AM
Del Monte to sell consumer products division for $1.68 billion.
Hershey plans to bring China-based Lancaster brand to US market.
Toyota debuts hydrogen prototype as fuel cell race heats up.
Activision's $8.2 billion Vivendi buyout is cleared.
Aereo wins injunction battle against Boston TV station.
Best Buy promises $100 buy-back credit for new iPhones.
Jeff Bezos has built Amazon into a $75 billion 'everything store,' as it looks to show shortform YouTube content on its video service.
Boeing unveils "jumbo killer."
CVS tailors print ads to loyalty members' preferences.
Facebook removes option to block search by name.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on September 12, 2013 09:31 AM
The Daily Beast loses Tina Brown.
Mondelez strikes unique deal with Twitter for in-house experts.
Pandora names new CEO.
AT&T slammed for 9/11 tweet.
Aetna takes stand for health-cost reform.
Apple sees investors slam its "low-end" strategy as Google patent suit may get new life.
BlackBerry sees service business targeted by rivals.
Boston Market opens first new restaurant in seven years.
Chipotle targets "Big Food" with brand documentary.
Colgate campaign says "there's something in your Tweet."
Facebook gets stronger engagement on mobile than on PCs as FTC probes company on privacy issues.
Gorilla Glue branches out with first national TV ad campaign.
Hilton files for IPO of up to $1.25 billion.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 26, 2013 09:33 AM
Samsung reports soaring profits on smartphone sales.
GlaxoSmithKline names new chief in China amid bribery probe.
Apple still tops consumer brands.
A&P goes on auction block.
Activision Blizzard buys back most of Vivendi controlling stake in company.
Acura and Porsche lead in evaluation of websites.
Amazon swings to loss as expenses grow.
American Airlines and US Airways offer antitrust concessions.
AT&T nabs naming rights for Cowboys Stadium.
Daimler takes 5 percent stake in Aston Martin in technical partnership as CEO Dieter Zetsche faces pressure to catch Audi and BMW.
Facebook sees share price come within striking distance of disappointing IPO price.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 22, 2013 09:27 AM
Duchess of Cambridge goes into labor as People and US Weekly gird for extensive coverage of UK royal birth.
Sears tries to go upscale—way upscale.
Apple investigates security breach on its servers and tests larger screens for iPhones and iPads.
HSN rebrands to shake dowdy status.
Boston Market harnesses Big Data for promotions.
CarMax solidifies status as unrivaled used-car leader.
Carnival Cruise uses Instagram to redistribute existing 15-second ads.
Chipotle plies ingredient and menu diversity.
Coca-Cola and other major sponsors assess pre-World Cup marketing landscape in Brazil.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 28, 2012 09:02 AM
CNN seen naming Jeff Zucker, former head of NBCUniversal, as its chief.
Groupon sees board meet on new CEO.
LinkedIn wants to solve world's skills gap.
Aldi stretches brand promise for hunger challenge.
Angry Birds sparks export boom from Finland.
Apple continues shakeup over iOS 6 maps app mishap as brand hit with patent suit over headphones.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on August 31, 2012 09:07 AM
AT&T plans to open Chicago flagship store today that nods to Apple.
Al Jezeera bets on soccer to win U.S. viewers.
Apple rejects app that tracks U.S. drone strikes.
Barilla makes pasta push in U.S.
Beachbody sees PX90 orders rise thanks to Paul Ryan's abs.
Facebook plans to roll out e-mail and phone-number targeting.
Ford is accused of infringing on fuel-injection patent in F-150.
Hyundai seals wage deal with unions. Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 18, 2012 09:02 AM
Apple slims down next iPhone as analyst says that iPad Mini and iTV are real products.
AT&T is introducing shared data plans as iPhone users fear iPhone FaceTime charges.
Bank of America swings to profit.
Bob Evans may be considering sale of Mimi's Cafe.
Coke and PepsiCo step up campaign against New York soda ban.
DirecTV finds unlikely friends in dispute with Viacom.
Ericsson earnings plunge on economic slowdowns.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 28, 2012 08:54 AM
News Corp. board approves company split, with Rupert Murdoch serving as chairman of both entities.
JPMorgan Chase may reach $9 billion in trading losses, New York Times reports.
RIM is expected to report an operating loss as missteps trip up BlackBerry brand.
Airbus plans to build first U.S. factory in Alabama.
Apple plans to overhaul iTunes to improve sharing.
Barclays hit with massive fines for rigging derivatives.
CBS to use neuroscience techniques in new show promos.Continue reading...