Posted by Abe Sauer on March 15, 2013 12:35 PM
Above, Guanxi.me, makers of a popular app widely used for hooking up, has generously released a "Don't Hook Up" PSA.
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: "Dr. Hangzhou"... avoiding hook-ups... recalls... vacuum cleaners... panda poop... Coca-Cola's illegal GPS... Uniqlo... selling air quality... Philip Morris... KFC... Guanxi.me... McDonald's gives away McMuffins... and moreContinue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 2, 2012 09:00 AM
Facebook faces doubts by advertisers as it gears up for IPO roadshow.
Lifetime unveils new logo and tagline.
BlackBerry launches "Touch Awesomeness" campaign, test keyboardless version to challenge Apple.
Apple files for touch-based music-sharing patent.
CNN delivers lowest monthly ratings in a decade.
CVS succeeds in grabbing drugstore customers from Walgreens.
Chesapeake Energy board crimps CEO's power.Continue reading...
Posted by Abe Sauer on October 25, 2010 01:00 PM
Proving that America’s horror films are following the editorial plotting of pornography (i.e. faux amateur), the CCTV-filmed horror flick Paranormal Activity 2 was this week’s top box office draw.
As we have noted, horror films generally tally low when it comes to product placement. The way the Paranormal Activity series relies on security camera footage makes the few brands that do appear even harder to spot.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on May 21, 2010 08:00 AM
P&G seeks to regain trust of moms by tapping mommy bloggers to defend Pampers Dry Max.
BP's MD Bo Dudley hopes to shut off leak by next week, continues efforts and challenges estimates as oil spill advances.
British Airways is having a tough year.
Dish Network threatens to launch rival to Weather Channel in US.
Facebook and MySpace confront privacy loophole.
Fox News targets Latinos with new online campaign.
Jeep Grand Cherokee relaunches today as "symbol of the new Chrysler."Continue reading...