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Brand News: Target, Coca-Cola, Apple, Fiat Chrysler and more

Posted by Dale Buss on May 5, 2014 09:36 AM

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Brands to Watch

Target chairman and CEO resigns in wake of data breach.

Coca-Cola shakes up marketing ranks, and drops controversial ingredient from Powerade.

Apple faces legal challenge by Swatch over iWatch name.

Fiat Chrysler's Sergio Marchionne readies five-year plan.

P&G takes legal action in drive to protect Crest Whitestrips.

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Amazon launches #AmazonCart so users can shop via Twitter.

AOL revives Moviefone brand with new tech features and marketing push.Continue reading...

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Brand News You Can Use: Amazon, Ford, PayPal and more

Posted by Dale Buss on May 1, 2014 09:33 AM

TOP STORIES

Brands to Watch

Amazon expands same-day delivery.

AOL launches 16 web series.

AT&T is reportedly pondering acquiring DirecTV.

eBay reveals PayPal's simpler logo, 1st global brand campaign.

Energizer announces plan to split in two.

Facebook launches mobile ad network and privacy features.

Ford names a new CEO, Mark Fields, to replace retiring Alan Mulally.

Foursquare breaks into two, promotes "discovery" over check-ins.

Microsoft splits global ad business.

Below, news on brand innovation, culture, and more:Continue reading...

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In the News: Nokia, TacoBell, P&G and more

Posted by Dale Buss on February 11, 2014 09:22 AM

In the News

Nokia releases first Android phone as Microsoft deal finalizes. 

Taco Bell gears up for mobile ordering nationwide.

P&G raises prices on higher-end Tide versions.

Alibaba opens US e-commerce site.

Ameriprise jumps on Olympics bandwagon with Tommy Lee Jones.

Barclays plans to axe up to 12,000 jobs.

Bloomberg plans splashier storytelling on TV.

Boeing faces challenges in raising Dreamliner output.

Coke launches special edition Sochi cans across Eastern Europe.Continue reading...

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The Week in China: Bloomberg's Big Blunder, Tesco's Turtle Troubles and more

Posted by Abe Sauer on November 22, 2013 02:52 PM

China is the second largest economy in the world and every significant brand's future is impacted by its growth (or collapse)—but who's got the time?! Here's the week's reads that will make you look like a keen China observer in case you find yourself immersed in a cultural conversation.

This week: Bloomberg blunder… Tesco's turtle headache… more marketing "freedom"… back to 1989's KFC Shanghai… Mercedes sales… alternative fuel… "lifestyle cities"… Sony… L'Oreal… e-commerce meets m-commerce… "China's Oscars" get branded… Guangzhou Auto Show… and more.Continue reading...

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In the News: Forbes, GM, Sony and more

Posted by Dale Buss on November 18, 2013 09:14 AM

In the News

Forbes explores sale of 96-year-old magazine.

GM recalls Chevrolet Malibu for two defects as it plans to end brand confusion between Chevy and Opel in Europe and expects to get a leg up with 4G push.

Sony sells more than 1 million PS4s in first 24 hours.

Lily Allen's fashion brand goes into liquidation.

Apple reportedly acquires PrimeSense for $345 million.

BMW pioneers use of carbon fiber in i3.

Bacardi focuses on its brand resilience in new campaign.

Bloomberg makes newsroom cuts.

Boeing gets $95 billion in orders for new jet from Middle Eastern airllines.

China Airlines of Taiwan joins low-cost aviation market.

Cracker Barrel is too confusing to appear in supermarket for now, judge rules.

Daimler sets to take stake in Beijing Auto.Continue reading...

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In the News: Starbucks, Johnson & Johnson, Unilever and more

Posted by Dale Buss on November 13, 2013 09:06 AM

In the News

Starbucks ordered to pay Kraft $2.7 billion in losing coffee-package dispute.

Johnson & Johnson said to agree to $4 billion settlement over hip implants.

Unilever opts for sustainable palm oil.

Bloomberg says news service didn't kill articles on China.

Boeing vote tests union strength.

Chrysler brand chief leaves to head Maserati marketing. 

Fantex delays "IPO" of injured NFL star.

Foxconn sees profit growth slow sharply.

Girls Gone Wild is up for sale

GM shifts international headquarters to Singapore from Shanghai.

Hulu wants to be offered with pay-TV bundles.Continue reading...

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In the News: BT, CBS, Alibaba and more

Posted by Dale Buss on November 11, 2013 09:11 AM

In the News

BSkyB shares hit by BT Champions League football rights deal win.

CBS criticized for not running more extensive apology over flawed Benghazi report.

Alibaba set for US$5B boost from China's online "Singles Day."

Adidas sprints for lead with Smart Run watch.

Amazon taps U.S. Postal Service to establish Sunday delivery for Prime customers.

Apple finds surprising market growth in Japan as China supply chain practices face fresh criticism.

Bank of America may have to pay US $864M over "Hustle" loans.

Bloomberg curbs reporting that might anger China.

Boeing and Japan Air Lines face another Dreamliner battery incident.

Bottega Veneta unveils new 'green' headquarters.

Cadillac's new CMO aims to focus brand around design.

Charmin pulls cheeky Twitter ad campaign.Continue reading...

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In the News: Microsoft, Amtrak, YouTube and more

Posted by Dale Buss on June 14, 2013 09:18 AM

In the News

Microsoft and Best Buy plan mini "Windows Stores."

Amtrak hires esteemed chefs to ramp up its train food.

YouTube becomes overwhelming platform for fan-made branded content.

US Supreme Court strikes down gene patents.

Airbus lifts A350 to maiden flight ahead of schedule even as it copes with losses from aircraft's predecessor model.

Arby's franchisees helped get CMO ousted.

Audi is top choice of marriage cheaters in UK, survey says.

BMI sues Pandora over fees.

Bloomberg sees reporters' practices become critical issue for company.

Cadillac boosts sticker on new CTS by whopping $6,000.

Chevrolet believes racing on Sunday still sells on Monday.

Chrysler recalls sprinkling of trucks, Darts.Continue reading...

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