Posted by Dale Buss on October 25, 2013 09:33 AM
Twitter seeks $1.4 billion in biggest web IPO since Facebook and hires NBC vet as news chief.
Microsoft shares jump 5 percent on positive earnings.
Instagram rolls out in-stream ads as Facebook seeks boost in mobile revenues.
AT&T leans on less-lucrative tablets.
Apple sees Carl Icahn raise his stake in company and demand $150-billion buyback, while its VP of product design goes to Tesla.
BMW unveils 2 series coupes.
Boeing gets $21 billion in plane orders from China, report says.
BP ramps up drilling again.
Chipotle backs "Food for Thought" content area on Huffington Post.
Chobani touts quality in new campaign after recall.
Coca-Cola Femsa says new tax in Mexico would hurt jobs.
Dunkin' Donuts rolls out enhanced loyalty program.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on February 24, 2012 09:01 AM
AIG reports a profit.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says company has more money than it needs and moves to appease shareholders as Proview brings China iPad trademark spat to US.
Best Western launches Facebook hotel reservations.
BP Gulf spill settlement looms.
Burger King eyes India's fast food market.
Cadbury Dairy Milk promotes fair trade chocolate in UK campaign.
Chevy-Ford rivalry heats up via NASCAR.
Chrysler and Carhartt discuss clothing collaboration.
Clorox CEO targets healthcare brands for acquisition.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on April 29, 2010 05:59 PM
Adobe's CEO responds to Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ Flash attack.
Best Buy enters UK market.
BP agrees to pay oil spill costs as the Dept. of Defense helps with clean-up.
Burger King's new brunch menu creates a stir.
Cisco tops Greenpeace ranking, leads big tech companies by market cap.
Jil Sander extends Uniqlo deal.Continue reading...
Posted by Sara Zucker on January 6, 2010 03:57 PM
Prada is one of many luxury brands in debt, and speculation suggests the company may sell a minority stake.
The New York Post reports that jewelry conglomerate Richemont, owner of brands such as Montblanc, Cartier, and Van Cleef & Arpels, is contemplating plans to purchase one-third of the couture house. Thus far, however, the rumors have not been confirmed.
Last year, Prada approached Richemont about a possible partnership, but the brand was turned down because of its $3.8 billion price tag and $1.7 billion debt.Continue reading...