Posted by Shirley Brady on September 16, 2011 08:40 AM
Apple knock-off stores in Queens, NY, forced to surrender goods, while Apple's HTC patent victory gets US review.
NHL restricts players from social media on game days under new policy.
Borders starts shutting down in California.
Carrefour plans drive-in stores in France.
eBay targets hip mobile shoppers with new campaign.
Esprit pays the price for 'neglecting' its brand.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on August 31, 2011 06:51 PM
Hulu reportedly draws bids from Amazon, Yahoo and Google.
Google+ usage plateaus, while Google dominates US web brands, adds offline access to Gmail and apps in boost for Chromebook.
Dish Network revels in blocked AT&T merger with "challenger brand" T-Mobile, while AT&T forges on with $700 HTC Jetstream Android tablet announcement.
GM reboots "Chevy Runs Deep" campaign.
Amazon's Android tablet could erode Apple's iPad dominance, while @author program elevates writers' brands.
Apple may have another lost iPhone fiasco on its hands.
Britney Spears' medical records protected by judicial decision in branding lawsuit.Continue reading...
Posted by Chana Mayefsky on August 9, 2011 09:00 AM
AOL reports earnings, says brand has taken a "meaningful" step forward.
Budweiser tops beer advertising effectiveness ranking.
Channel 4 tests interactive advertising.
Comcast and DirecTV spat continues.
Disney theme parks concerns investors.
Facebook and Twitter users rally to clean up U.K. riots.
Fred Perry to release Amy Winehouse's final designs early.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on July 29, 2011 04:30 PM
Airbnb crime victim claims company tried to silence her.
Apple iPhone ousts Nokia as world's best-selling smartphone, has more money than the US government.
AT&T plans to throttle data-hogs.
Bloomberg reportedly plans Arabic-language TV channel.
BMW i sub-brand starts to take shape with new concept cars.
Bulgari sales rise 23%.
Delta partners with LivingSocial to offer local deals.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on July 27, 2011 06:00 PM
Apple, Microsoft and Cisco lead Moody's richest companies list, while iPhone 5 anticipation grows.
Banks bracing for US downgrade don't see panic yet.
Dunkin' shares jump 46% on first day of trading.
LVMH now owns 20% of Hermes.
NBC faces objections to upcoming series about the Playboy club.
PayPal boycotted by hacktivists.
Samsung reigns as Android champion.
Spanx taps into women's gym wear popularity.
Starbucks Facebook strategy shows value of engagement.
UBS sued by US regulator over $4.5 billion of mortgages.
Posted by Shirley Brady on July 19, 2011 06:00 PM
Apple's blockbuster earnings report includes surprises, such as popularity of iPads over Mac sales to education market.
Baidu launches browser in China.
Bank of America posts record quarterly loss.
Coca-Cola gains market share despite soft market.
Dupont sued over herbicide as brand supports sustainable aquaculture.
Facebook and NBC partner for GOP presidential debate, as Facebook ads increase 1,900% in year, 104% in one quarter.
Goldman Sachs prepares to trim workforce in wake of disappointing quarter.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 18, 2011 09:00 AM
News Corp. shares tumble as company goes on PR offensive with print apology as News International's former head Rebekah Brooks was arrested Sunday, London's police chief quits and actor Jude Law claims his phone was hacked. Prime Minister David Cameron called in Parliament to deal with the scandal, as speculation rises about possible harm to Murdoch's US empire.
ABS by Alan Schwartz balks at design copyright protection.
Amana introduces new online shopping tool.
Australia's government launches campaign for carbon tax.
Borders faces liquidation.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 19, 2011 09:00 AM
Apple reportedly cuts licensing deal with EMI and moves closer to cloud-based music service, as iPad sales impact HP and Dell.
AT&T presses case for T-Mobile merger.
CBS brings Ashton Kutcher and his Two and a Half Men co-stars at advertisers' fall upfront.
Citigroup awards CEO Vikram Pandit with big retention package.
Coca-Cola launches 2012 Olympics promotion a year early.
Delta cuts capacity to Europe with Air France as airline’s executives recount complex merger with Northwest.
Disney reportedly seeks to develop TV series about SEALS team that killed Osama bin Laden.
Facebook gets new scrutiny over kids in social ads.
Gap CEO undertakes urgent revamp of the brand.Continue reading...