Posted by Stephanie Startz on September 15, 2009 10:05 AM
Cadbury hopes shareholders will keep it independent [Times of London
], while Kraft may sell assets to raise capital [Portfolio
Companies offer out-of-work customers career counseling and training, hoping to gain loyalty when the economy recovers. [WSJ]
Toys 'R' Us unveils an aggressive holiday sales push. Retailer plans to open 80 temporary stores, buying the rights to KB Toys and FAO Schwartz. [WaPo]
Harris Tweed removes any mention of Scotland in it US advertising, fearing backlash over the Lockerbie bomber release. [Times of London]
Google launches the Fast Flip, designed to mimic flipping through newspapers or magazines. [NY Times]
(More headlines: Starbucks teams up with Subway, Prince Charles and Conde Nast struggle, mobile ads are hated.)Continue reading...