Posted by Dale Buss on May 1, 2013 09:15 AM
Apple sells largest corporate-bond offer in history.
Monster sues to halt effort to curb energy drinks.
Twitter opens up self-serve ad platform to all businesses.
Chrysler Group auto sales rose 11 percent in April; Ram truck sales were up 49 percent.
Coda Holdings electric-vehicle maker files for bankruptcy.
College Football Playoff unveils new (and quite boring) logo.
Domino's results ride pan pizza wave.
Fisker Automotive fell apart because it sought too much, too fast.
Ford says sales of Lincoln MKZ have shaken off supply and launch problems.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on April 25, 2013 09:15 AM
JCPenney hires Y&R to help with marketing turnaround.
Fiat weighs listing on New York Stock Exchange and considers IPO after it completes merger with Chrysler.
Amazon develops device to stream video to homes.
Burger King expands delivery service.
Carfax hit with antitrust suit by dealerships.
Dr Pepper Snapple finds RC Cola Ten success a pleasant surprise.
Fisker Automotive takes bludgeoning on Capitol Hill.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on March 29, 2013 09:15 AM
Subway named top QSR brand in new study.
Google tests same-day delivery business.
Amazon plans to acquire Goodreads book site.
AOL teams up with coach Phil Jackson to punk Twitter.
Apple faces heightened oversight in China.
Audi aims at Mercedes-Benz CLA with new A3 sedan.
Deutsche Telekom runs into opposition over proposed merger of T-Mobile with MetroPCS.
eBay says it is "now playing offense."
FX pitches new FXX channel at Millennials.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on February 19, 2013 08:53 AM
Boeing faces looming strike vote following Dreamliner tumult.
GE seeks inventions via social campaign.
Burberry lauded for London Fashion Week digital experience.
Amazon acts on controversy over German TV show about its workers.
Audi blocks use of GQ3 vehicle name by Qoros of China.
BP faces next bout of Gulf spill liability.
Cracker Barrel can't shake off activist shareholder.
Danone cuts 900 jobs in Europe.
Ferrari plans to price new supercar starting at 1 million euros.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 22, 2012 09:02 AM
Miami Heat and LeBron James win NBA title.
Abbott challenges ease of biotech drug copies.
Air France to cut 5,000 jobs.
Benetton takes Cannes award with "Unhate" campaign.
Best Buy tells investors its turnaround plan involves boosting training and services.
CBS plans to launch sports radio network.
Dow Jones plans to take Smart Money magazine to web only.Continue reading...
Posted by Stephanie Startz on October 27, 2009 07:53 AM
ING to split, repay state aid. [Telegraph]
McDonald's pulls out of Iceland as Kronos collapses. [FT]
Ex-AIG chief Greenburg cherry-picks AIG talent for his new shop. [NY Times]
New Chrysler-Fiat business plan brings the Alfa Romeo and 500 to the US by 2012. [WSJ]
Fisker Automotive will build plug-in electric hybrid vehicles at former GM plant. [NY Times]
Britain's Department for Health endorses the Wii Fit video game. [Telegraph]
Toys 'R' Us is relaunching FAO Schwarz brand with in-store boutiques and website. [NY Times]
Facebook and MySpace in talks to share content. [Telegraph]
CNN is in last place among cable news networks. [NY Times]
(More headlines: Microsoft store, Cheez Doodles.)Continue reading...