Posted by Dale Buss on December 8, 2010 09:00 AM
Apple CEO Steve Jobs is named "CEO of the Decade" by MarketWatch, with Ford CEO Alan Mulally named "CEO of the Year."
BMW reports highest global sales growth so far this year.
Cheesecake Factory inks credit line for expansion next year.
CNN says Parker Spitzer talk show keeps rising amid the tensions.
Fortune Brands splits into three companies: spirits (Jim Beam, Canadian Club), home (Moen faucets) and a golf business.
Hyundai signs extended global FIFA World Cup sponsorship deal.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 7, 2010 09:00 AM
ABC News receives unusual grant from Gates Foundation for covering international health.
American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia Airlines launch a transatlantic joint venture.
Apple readies an iPhone for Verizon; separately, Motorola sues Apple over mobile patents.
Cisco and Logitech separately introduce gear to improve computer interfaces with home televisions.
Facebook launches groups to address the social network's "biggest problem."
Gap's new logo draws widespread criticism (and fake Twitter feed).
GE plans to buy oilfield-equipment firm Dresser as part of an acxquisition binge.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 6, 2010 09:00 AM
Amazon's competition heats up.
CBS touts upscale viewership early in new U.S. TV season.
EA Sports’ viral campaign features NBA star Steve Nash.
Eebee takes on baby video market.
Gap ditches its classic square logo.
GE is buying Dresser for $3 billion.
Google adds New York state to roster of education partners.Continue reading...
Posted by Stephanie Startz on November 16, 2009 09:38 AM
Bloomberg LP wants to be the "world's most influential news organization." [NY Times]
NBCU encounters slow ad sales for Winter Olympics. [BrandWeek]
Underdog Palm fights for market share. [NY Times]
GM to begin paying back US government loan by year's end. [WSJ]
Auto industry still has many brands to shed. [WSJ]
A bright spot for ailing GM: China. [WSJ]
Chrysler wants "brand salons" in showrooms. [Auto News]
Time Inc. "Selling Detroit" project enlists journalists and ad agencies. [NY Times]
H&M reports unexpected sales drop. [WSJ]
The bulls are running at UBS. [WSJ]
(More headlines: Asos, Crucell, Megan Fox.)Continue reading...