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In the News: BK, Cisco, Sears and more

Posted by Dale Buss on March 15, 2012 09:10 AM

In the News

AB InBev extends U.S. Olympic/Team USA sponsorship.

Boeing tussles with Indian government over delays in delivering Dreamliner to airline.

Burger King posts a healthy quarter.

Cisco announces intent to buy NDS for $5 billion to add TV software.

Firefox plans sharing on social networks in its update.

Fox sees American Idol get black eye over finalist's arrest record.

GBTV seeks to expand internet viewing of Glenn Beck's show and other programming.

GM says Volt is under political microscope.

Goldman Sachs loses $2.2 billion after NYT "Why I'm quitting" op-ed.

Google may replace phone ring tones with ads; and refreshes its search function.Continue reading...

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Netflix: Streaming Soon to a Cable System Near You?

Posted by Barry Silverstein on March 7, 2012 06:06 PM

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Just when you think the final story has been written about Netflix — the story begins again.

The high-flying video subscription service, largely credited with driving Blockbuster into bankruptcy, has had business issues of its own in the past year. Now it's looking to a new partner — cable operators — who traditionally view streaming in general, and Netflix in particular, as the enemy.Continue reading...

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In the News: Most Admired Companies, Yelp, Hunger Games, more

Posted by Dale Buss on March 2, 2012 08:59 AM

In the News

Aereo is sued by major media companies alleging copyright infringement.

Apple, Google and Amazon lead Fortune's 2012 world's most admired companies ranking.

Apple could find politics on its side in China iPad dispute, while Apple and Samsung lose countersuits in Germany.

CNN was talking with Andrew Breitbart about new show before his death, report says.

Chrysler leads brand gains in robust February auto sales in U.S. market.

Disney draws criticism with governance panel.

Enterprise leverages NCAA sponsorship for March Madness.Continue reading...

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Buzz Video: Watch the Latest Kenny Powers for K-Swiss Viral

Posted by Shirley Brady on February 23, 2012 04:05 PM

Comedian Danny McBride as Kenny Powers is back as the MFCEO of K-Swiss sneakers, with a teaser (above) that promotes K-Swiss Blades and the return of his HBO series, Eastbound and Down — and a longer video which you can "find on the Internets," or watch below. No surprise, it's seriously NSFW.Continue reading...

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In the News: Apple, Google, Pringles and more

Posted by Dale Buss on February 10, 2012 09:04 AM

In the News

Apple, now worth more than Google and Microsoft combined, is hit with stores protest over Foxconn treatment of workers in China, while fans anticipate new iPad and iPhone models.

Barclays caps bonuses as profit falls.

Beyonce and Jay-Z move to trademark daughter's name.

Bing and Viggle partner for second-screen Grammy effort.

Citibank bill-pay app charged some users twice, bank concedes.

Continental pushes past Southwest in customer loyalty.Continue reading...

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In the News: Facebook IPO, Exxon Mobile, News Corp. & more

Posted by Shirley Brady on January 30, 2012 08:50 AM

In the News

Facebook appears ready to go public with $10 billion IPO in early February, despite ire at leak.

Exxon Mobil sells Japanese subsidiary for $4 billion in move to cut refining.

News Corp. reportedly woos Bloomberg exec as Twitter-happy Murdoch sees weekend arrests at The Sun tabloid.

ABB buys Thomas & Betts for $4 billion.

Angry Birds boss doesn't fear piracy.

Apple aims to sell 40 million iPhones in China next year.

Altria sees tobacco users embrace discount brands.

Bank of America shakes up investment banking division.

Barnes & Noble takes on Amazon with fifth Nook device.

Beyonce sees university class focus on her.Continue reading...

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In the News: Google TV, Louis Vuitton, Walmart & more

Posted by Shirley Brady on January 5, 2012 06:01 PM

Brands to Watch

Google TV adds LG to the fold with Samsung, Sony and Vizio ahead of CES, and 2012 global rollout.

Louis Vuitton finally expands brand into perfume.

Apple pays $5M to settle patent lawsuit.

Barnes & Noble eyes Nook spin-off with eye to global markets.

BMW brings MINI to India.

Deloitte finds 9M U.S. cable homes have cut the cord.

Discovery urges investors to be patient with Oprah Winfrey's network.Continue reading...

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HBO Series Cancellation Drives Creator From Tweeting Fans to Meeting Fans

Posted by Sheila Shayon on December 21, 2011 07:01 PM

If you happen to be in Brooklyn tonight, stop by The Brooklyn Inn to meet up with Jonathan Ames. The creator, writer and executive producer of the HBO series Bored to Death, just cancelled as part of the premium cable programmer's sweeping original programming line-up shuffle, will be greeting fans of the series who are gathering, at his behest, to mourn the cancellation of the comedy series after three seasons.

HBO’s surprise announcement yesterday the show's demise, along with Hung and How to Make It in America, led Ames to take his case to the court of public appeal, lobbying for the show’s survival and inviting fans to meet him for a drink tonight.

Ames had been a lively tweeter during the show's run, chatting with fans and revealing behind the scenes tidbits to engage the show's audience. But he recently quit Twitter to “lessen the distractions in his life,” only to reactivate his account yesterday to commiserate with fans.Continue reading...

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