Posted by Dale Buss on September 22, 2010 09:00 AM
Ally Financial's legally iffy foreclosures may affect other US mortgage lenders.
Blockbuster nears bankruptcy filing.
Chrysler could add value to Fiat, European analysts say.
Conde Nast is bullish on revenue growth from digital apps.
Disney insider pleads guilty to leaking confidential information about the company’s earnings.
General Mills sees quarterly increase from organic and cereal products.
Google does some rare advertising – in Times Square.
Havas expects to generate 20% of its growth from Asia-Pacific by 2015.
NBC appears to have a hit with its new drama, The Event, while CBS’s Hawaii Five-O retread also scores big initial TV ratings.
Nestle and Tesco target Eastern and Central Europe for more growth.
Nokia aims for “radical” app-store growth.
Oracle’s expansiveness concerns rivals and customers.
P&G is among marketers hoping the NFL tackles a new labor contract soon so that it doesn’t endanger the next football season.
Ruby Tuesday plans to open fast-casual outlets licensing the Lime Fresh Mexican Grill brand.
Sprint launches Epic Mini Movies to support Epic 4G smartphone.
Volkswagen eyes product diversity as key to overtaking Toyota as the world’s largest automaker.
Technology brands will be heartened to hear that 38% of US IT executives plan to boost spending next year.