Posted by Sara Zucker on March 29, 2010 07:29 AM
eBay adds a 'sample sale' feature to its auction website. [WSJ]
Apple stock can not keep up with preorders for the iPad. [CNN Money]
Wonder wants to convince consumers of its bread's nutrition. [Brandweek]
Don't expect $1 fast food items to disappear just yet. [Daily Finance]
The addition of 3-D in films has delivered mixed reviews. [LA Times]
Many brands are looking to get healthier, from the inside. [NY Times]Continue reading...
Posted by Sara Zucker on March 26, 2010 05:49 AM
Duane Reade's new beauty section will be stocked with upscale brands. [WSJ]
Beauty product sales were down but skincare lines did well in 2009. [WWD]
L.L.Bean launched its Signature collection, but consumers aren't impressed. [Wallet Pop]
DreamWorks promises 3-D animated movies from now on. [Businessweek]
Puma teamed up with Droga5 on a visually stimulating smartphone. [BrandFreak]
Microsoft tries to show up Google by revamping its Bing search engine. [LA Times]Continue reading...
Posted by Sara Zucker on March 16, 2010 05:55 AM
Luxury brand Cartier will finally open an online store for American shoppers. [WWD]
PayPal's new app allows for money transfers via smartphone. [TechCrunch]
Designers are trying harder to appeal to consumers rather than create trends. [NY Times]
A Burger King new promotion puts consumers' mugs on sandwich wrappers. [BrandFreak]
Phillips-van Heusen spent $3 billion to acquire the Tommy Hilfiger company. [NY Times]
Sports channel Versus is back on the air thanks to a Comcast-DirecTV deal. [LA Times]Continue reading...
Posted by Sara Zucker on March 12, 2010 08:07 AM
Microsoft's Bing search engine will appear on Motorola smartphones. [AP]
Apple will launch a multi-tasking platform for the iPhone by this summer. [Big Money]
Disney would rather stick with established characters than create new ones. [WSJ]
The latest innovation in caffeine and chocolate is inhalable. [Boston Herald]
Geico employees groove to Warren Buffett in a new commercial. [BrandFreak]
Video game sales were down by 15 percent in the U.S. last month. [LA Times]Continue reading...
Posted by Sara Zucker on January 27, 2010 06:38 PM
eHarmony settles its same-sex lawsuit for $2 million, admits no wrong-doing. [Reuters]
Netflix's side project, Roku, hopes to raise $30 million in private funding. [Bloomberg]
King Kong ride rejoins Universal Studies in 3-D. [LA Times]
Converse, Nascar, Carhartt, and PepsiCo team up for the Midem music conference. [Adweek]
iPad hype boosts apple stock by 2.9% pre-announcement. [Detroit Free Press]
Posted by Stephanie Startz on December 28, 2009 09:03 AM
Will Apple release the iSlate, the tablet computer, in early January? [Telegraph]
Avatar tops the box office in its second week. [WSJ]
Brands sell love first, products second. [NY Times]
IndyMac returns under OneWest, doubling branches. [WSJ]
Awkward timing for a new book by Tiger Woods. [NY Times]
2010 predictions see more brands dissolving. [WSJ]Continue reading...