Posted by Shirley Brady on January 26, 2015 08:01 AM
Apple SVP (and former Burberry CEO) Angela Ahrendts outearned Tim Cook last year as China iPhone sales outstrip US for first time and brand opens latest China store in Alibaba's hometown (after reportedly agreeing to Chinese government security checks) and chases Samsung in Korea, while "simple, secure" Apple Pay propels mobile wallet payments and "Free on iTunes" drives engagement.
Malaysia Airlines site hacked by group claiming Islamic affiliation.
Porsche reportedly plans EV rival to Tesla.
Mattel fires CEO steps down after Barbie sales plunge for fifth consecutive quarter.
Super Bowl pre-Game ad reveals debated as McDonald's releases its sneak peek along with BMW (below), Budweiser aims to recapture puppy buzz, Domino's brings pizza tracker to Samsung smart TV sets for Game Day, Toyota features Paralympics champ Amy Purdy and the NFL strikes deal with Google to bring in-game clips to YouTube.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on August 3, 2012 08:59 AM
P&G sees results boosted by sale of snacks division as its Tide brand turns to Betty White for advertising help.
Sony attributes weak financials to PlayStation sales slump.
Chick-fil-A braces for GLAAD's Friday "kiss-in" protest.
ABC and Good Morning America finally overtake NBC and The Today Show in key demographic.
ADM profits slide on higher corn costs.
Amtrak losses examined by Congress.
Apple requests sanction for Samsung as court battle heats up.
AT&T to acquire NextWave Wireless.
Beyonce plans to direct and star in film about her life.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on April 16, 2012 09:01 AM
Amazon looms as nemesis of book publishers, as children's book publisher pulls its titles.
Apple denies designer Philippe Starck's claim of 'revolutionary' device.
Arby's makes social media blunder over Rush Limbaugh advertising.
Archie comics legal battle heats up.
Audi may select its North American plant site this week, with Mexico the favorite, Automotive News says.
CBS emphasizes hard news to regain an edge.
Citigroup reports better-than-expected revenue growth.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on December 22, 2011 09:06 AM
AOL defends strategy.
BMW drivers can now Yelp in their cars.
British Airways parent IAG beats Virgin in BMI airline-takeover battle, as Lufthansa sells troubled airline.
Facebook (which aims to be a blue chip) is the most-searched term in the U.S. for third year running.
Geico partners with Major League Fishing and Outdoor Channel.
Hyundai launches racing game on Times Square billboard.
NBC gets sports-programming commitment from Red Bull.
Nike counts on social media.Continue reading...