Posted by Dale Buss on September 19, 2012 09:07 AM
Adidas dumped by university over labor concerns.
American Airlines expects thousands of job cuts and faces rash of late, canceled flights..
Anschutz plans to sell its entertainment group, part-owner of Los Angeles Lakers, in AEG sale to include LA's Staples Center.
Barry Diller and Scott Rudin enter e-publishing of books.
Caesars to rebrand Imperial Palace as The Quad.
Campbell Soup Co. boosts digital marketing.
Canon slashes prices in India.
Coca-Cola heirs lose $37M in foreclosure crisis.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on September 18, 2012 09:06 AM
Apple shares reach $700 as iPhone 5 shatters sales record.
Belvedere owes Bruce Willis for years of representing Sobieski vodka.
Burberry says strategy won't change as brand brings capes to London Fashion Week.
Chrysler and GM will get a chance at deal similar to new labor accord between Ford and Canadian Auto Workers.
Conde Nast plans French Vanity Fair.
Dole Food to sell businesses to Itochu.
Dos Equis finds some fans unimpressed with Obama endorsement by its "most interesting man" actor.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on September 13, 2012 09:08 AM
AU Optronics faces potential $1 billion U.S. fine in allegations of price-fixing on liquid-crystal displays.
Apple sets off reactions with introduction of new iPhone 5, including some who see it as a best-seller, others who ask if it's boring. The new device offers bigger space for mobile ads (a boon for Facebook) with larger screen, while iPhone tops Google Android in customer satisfaction, survey says.
Campbell looking at snack deals to grow globally.
Chevron partners with Safeway for first U.S. loyalty program.
Dole explores sale of businesses to Itochu.
Dunkin' Donuts steps up expansion at univerisities.
ESPN starts new TV campaign for digital-subscription service.
Ford faces decisions on Europe and Asia strategies.Continue reading...