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Posted by Mark J. Miller on January 20, 2015 11:12 AM
Consumers of such brands as Fruit Loops, Corn Flakes, Frosted Flakes, and Rice Krispies now have a place to share whatever snap, crackle, and pop they might feel for the cereal.
Kellogg, the US manufacturer of those four brands and plenty more, is inviting consumers to join the company’s new Open For Breakfast forum to learn more about what they're eating (or not eating) and fill Kellogg in on their opinions.
"Listening to our consumers and offering a great start to their day is the foundation of Kellogg's business," stated Noel Geoffroy, the brand's SVP Morning Foods Marketing & Innovation. "With Open For Breakfast, we want to earn a seat at peoples' breakfast tables by opening up and showing how we're working to make their mornings better."Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 20, 2014 09:17 AM
Corning promotes new "The Glass Age" campaign with web series starring MythBusters Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman.
Lyft gets a lift from Uber controversy.
Apple plans to push Beats to every iPhone, reveals rare misstep with sapphire factory.
Takata faces day of U.S. Senate grilling over air bag debacle as its switch to cheaper propellant comes to center of crisis.
Walmart tightens onlline price-matching policy as Amazon gets warehouse robots ready for Christmas. Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 14, 2014 09:28 AM
Amazon reaches agreement with Hachette over book sales.
McDonald's plans to open in Kazakhstan after closings in Russia.
Honda returns as official sponsor of the NHL.
Starbucks caught in corporate tax crossfire between EU and Netherlands.
Virgin America prices IPO. Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 31, 2014 09:16 AM
Chevrolet rolls big with #ChevyGuy tongue-tied World Series fumble with #technologyandstuff hashtag as GM halts deliveries of Colorado pickup for air-bag problem.
Honda and Takata are sued over air bag defects as US officials also home in.
Nestle commissions empathetic robot to sell Nescafe machines in Japan as the New Yorker profiles Lowe's robot.
Starbucks slates e-commerce delivery for 2015.
LeBron James returns to Cleveland with a loss to the Knicks but a stunning Nike ad among sponsor tributes. Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 10, 2014 09:04 AM
Apple sees demand for iPhone 6 delaying larger iPad as Carl Icahn pushes company on stock buybacks and Apple Watch makes cover of Vogue China.
Fiat Chrysler is being quickly rebuilt by CEO Marchionne to woo Wall Street ahead of Monday's New York Stock Exchange listing.
Symantec plans to split up.
Microsoft CEO walks back comments on equal pay, and hires Publicis exec as new US sales chief.
Beyonce posts video supporting her tie-in with Gucci's Chime for Change (below).Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 3, 2014 09:31 AM
Disney retains Bob Iger as CEO for two more years and expands "Star Wars" galaxy.
Facebook tightens oversight, wins EU approval for WhatsApp purchase and reportedly eyes healthcare.
JPMorgan discloses massive data breach.
Kellogg and United Biscuits will meet over possible merger.
Coca-Cola releases second TV spot in Diet Coke "Get a Taste" campaign. Up next: Taylor Swift.
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Daimler and Renault-Nissan extend manufacturing alliance as Daimler will see a UAW organizing drive in Alabama.
Denny's launches animated "Grand Slams" video series.
Exxon Mobil delays drilling in Africa due to Ebola threat.
Fiat counts on Italian styling to boost new 500X crossover.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on September 10, 2014 09:31 AM
Apple, under pressure to innovate, unveils iPhone 6 phones, Apple Pay mobile service and fitness-monitoring Apple Watch as brand gets "a little goofy" in first iPhone 6 ads and moves cautiously on data-sharing with Apple Pay, and Walgreen and a slew of merchants sign up and financial brands including Visa support it. Verizon and Sprint are already offering iPhone 6 discounts, while OK Go accuses Apple of ripping off its video for its launch teaser above.
Nike officially drops Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice following domestic violence scandal. NFL, meanwhile, still scores big on television but faces questions about female fans in wake of Rice incident and possible action by regulators to scrap blackouts.
Ferrari chief quits following stand-off with Fiat Chrysler head Marchionne.
Microsoft nears deal to buy Minecraft-maker Mojang.
Target narrows its bullseye with emphasis on signature products as The Home Depot joins the data breach club.
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Alibaba ventures into mobile games in search for new growth areas.
Audi plans to unveil self-driving system.
BMW pushes off decision whether to build electric MINI.
Clorox-owned Burt's Bees celebrates 30th birthday with Burt.
Colgate recruits actress Danica McKellar for smile promotion.Continue reading...
Posted by Alicia Ciccone on September 1, 2014 09:53 AM
A&E buys 10 percent of Vice for $250 million.
Apple blocks developers from selling users' health data to marketers; bans hazardous chemicals following China investigation; reportedly strikes payments deal to make next iPhone a mobile wallet with American Express, Visa and MasterCard; sees iBeacon struggle with retailers; and grapples with possible iCloud (via “Find my iPhone”) hack that led to massive nude photo leak affecting Jennifer Lawrence and other actresses.
Nike re-signs (Under Armour-wooed) NBA star Kevin Durant to sneaker deal rumored to be worth $350 million.
Disney files patents for drone-controlled puppets as Google drones find better reception than Amazon tests.
P&G's Tide brand honors uniformed workers on Labor Day (above).
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Alibaba faces stiffer homegrown competition ahead of upcoming IPO.
Art Everywhere partnership brings culture to outdoor advertising.
Bayer brings “world’s hangover cure” Berocca to US.
BMW sees bomb-proof fleet get big buy-in from Australian government for G20 Summit.
Comcast acquisition of Time Warner Cable protested by entertainment giants.Continue reading...