Posted by Dale Buss on December 6, 2012 09:01 AM
Apple plans limited US manufacturing as it lands back in court with Samsung and baffles Eric Schmidt.
Starbucks agrees to pay more UK tax, capitulating to criticism.
Rolls-Royce is caught in bribery probe in UK.
AmEx works on social engagement that closes the loop with consumers.
AT&T is on track for record smartphone sales.
Barclays Africa is sold to Absa in $2.1 billion transaction.
Bob Marley trademark spat settled as 'relaxation drink' comes under fire.
Deutsche Bank is probed by SEC.
Dish will start selling mobile phones at its Blockbuster movie rental stores.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on August 21, 2012 09:01 AM
Apple becomes biggest-capitalized company in U.S. history.
Augusta National admits first women: Condi Rice and an investment banker.
Barnes & Noble to offer Nook in U.K.
Best Buy suspends outlook amid slump and copes with tepid reception for new CEO.
Dreamworks inks distribution deal with Fox.
Facebook sees another early investor leave.
Heineken succeeds in Asia Pacific Breweries bid.
Liberty Media wants control of SiriusXM.
McDonald's pushes mobile-payments cooperation with PayPal.
Nike sets new store rules for security because of rabid shoe fans as the company tests price limits with new $300 shoe from LeBron James.
Walmart makes layaway available a month earlier for holidays.
Yum! Brands likely to recover financially, analyst says.
Posted by Dale Buss on August 8, 2012 09:02 AM
American Airlines faces record safety penalty, tests hotel baggage delivery service.
Amazon sees pay-off from locker service, looks to acquire more patents.
Apple shelves "Genius" TV campaign, puts former designer on the stand against Samsung and plans to beef up security.
AT&T sees 20,000 employees go on strike.
Bank of America brings discounts to bank statements.
Chiquita seeks new CEO as Undercover Boss star exits.
Chrysler’s Dodge pulls out of NASCAR.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on June 26, 2012 08:44 AM
Toyota tops Interbrand's 2012 Best Global Green Brands report.
News Corp. considers splitting company in two, spinning off publishing assets, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Microsoft acquires Yammer for $1.2 billion to take on Oracle and Salesforce with new cloud-based services.
Nissan rises on fast recovery from disasters and plans $1B China auto plant as CEO Ghosn remains Japan's highest paid exec and automaker turns to Facebook to launch five new models.
Facebook names first woman to board — COO Sheryl Sandberg — and pulls so-called stalker app while creating uproar by changing all users' email addresses to facebook.com.
Google I/O news on Wednesday expected to reveal Google and Sony taking on cable and satellite operators with voice-controlled YouTube TV box, as Google prepares to battle Apple with discount tablet.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 1, 2012 08:59 AM
Apple strikes pre-paid iPhone deal with Cricket as Foxconn woes continue.
BMW creates department-store feel at concept showroom in Paris.
BP reveals internal discord over oil spill estimates, and plans to sell stake in Russian venture.
Chrysler misses May sales target despite U.S. sales bump.
Corona invests in major outdoor and digital campaign for summer.
Disney names new film studio chairman.
Exxon Mobil plans major U.S. chemical plant.
Facebook sells "likes" in promoted posts move, and adds admin functions and post scheduling.
Formula One IPO may be delayed.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on April 2, 2012 08:59 AM
Angry Birds are coming to TV.
Apple pressured on suppliers and sustainability as brand sees Consumer Reports soft-pedal problem of "hot" iPads.
Belvedere vodka "rape ad" actress sues Moet Hennessy.
BMW unveils "sexy" i8 Spyder concept.
Burger King promotes new menu with Jay Leno, Mary J. Blige, David Beckham and Sofia Vergara.
Chevrolet plans decision on future of "Chevy Runs Deep" with new ad agency.
Coty offers to buy Avon for $10 billion.
Current nixes Keith Olbermann as on-air anchor, citing behavior.
Dunkin' Donuts launches Hispanic marketing campaign.
Facebook delves deeper into search.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on May 24, 2011 09:00 AM
Allstate and other insurers brace for disaster claims.
Amazon finds a fierce bidder in Liberty Media's John Malone.
Armani bucks trend, vows to stay private.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America embrace social media.
British Airways among European airlines impacted by Iceland volcanic ash.
Camel Snus target smoke-restricted NYC.
Coach finds buyers returning to priciest bags.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 20, 2011 09:00 AM
Apple signs music labels for cloud-based service, and denies claim by Amazon that “app store” is a generic term.
BP settles with partner in Gulf spill.
Coca-Cola creates chief sustainability officer position.
Frito-Lay rewards Cheetos fans for goofing off.
Goldman Sachs executives brace for subpoenas in mortgage investigation.
Honda recalls 2012 Civic for fuel line defect.
IMF is a reportedly a chauvinist haven.
Lance Armstrong refutes new doping allegations.Continue reading...