Posted by Dale Buss on January 18, 2013 09:03 AM
Oprah Winfrey and Discovery's OWN TV channel sets ad premium Lance Armstrong TV confession while his personal brand redemption bid is seen as falling short.
AT&T takes $10 billion pension charge against earnings.
Amazon launches music store for Apple devices.
Ameriprise Financial taps Tommy Lee Jones for encore.
Aston-Martin seeks development partner to build high-end engines.
Boeing grounding of Dreamliner forces airlines to scramble.
Chrysler nears deal to restart in-house financing.Continue reading...
Posted by Stephanie Startz on September 30, 2009 09:08 AM
Reducing estimated cost of collapse to $3.4 trillion, IMF declares world finance system on "road to recovery." [Telegraph
Marks & Spencer, Britain's largest retailer, says sales figures beat expectations, signal returning consumer confidence. [Guardian]
Online ad spending outstrips television in Britain, claiming nearly one quarter of the market. [Times of London]
Love those hyphens, but ouch! Kraft told by British Takeover Panel to "put-up or shut-up" in bid for Cadbury. [Times of London]
Kmart and Wal-Mart announce toy promotions to drive holiday sales. [WaPo]
Warner Music Group and YouTube reach revenue sharing deal over music videos. [NY Times]
Go, green! Nike, Johnson & Johnson join companies quitting US Chamber of Commerce over its resistance to climate change legislation. [Guardian]
(More headlines: Twilight's brands, GM quits eBay, Gannett newspapers profit.)Continue reading...