Posted by Dale Buss on July 24, 2012 08:55 AM
AT&T posts $4-billion quarterly profit and sells 3.7 million iPhones (click here for highlights).
Amazon pursues careful state-sales-tax strategy.
Apple and Samsung gear up for "patent trial of the century" as Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.7 is banned in EU.
Apple is expected to beat estimates in today's earnings conference call, if not a blowout.
BMW invests in EV-charging network.
Billabong gets lower takeover offer.
Capital One deceptive-marketing fine "unlikely" to change its strategy.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on March 18, 2011 09:00 AM
As Japan nuclear crisis continues, Tokyo Electric Power downgraded by Moody's.
BlackBerry owner RIM locks horns with wireless carriers over mobile-payment data.
Disney reminds TV advertisers that Mom is watching too.
General Mills is in talks to buy $1.1 billion stake in Yoplait for more than 50% of brand.
GM considers expanding into dealer-inventory financing.
Honda tries to patch supply chain back together in Japan, while GM shutters Louisiana pick-up truck plant due to parts shortage from Japan.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on December 1, 2010 09:00 AM
Amazon tops buzz meter on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Bank of America dismisses speculation that it could be the next target of WikiLeaks.
Boots, the Co-operative, and Fairy rank as the top “family” brands in the UK.
CBS replaces The Early Show anchors.
Coca-Cola, Nestle, Walmart and other Western brands aim to grow in Africa.
ESPN ramps up tech innovation to stay ahead of the competition.Continue reading...
close of business
Posted by Stephanie Startz on November 23, 2009 06:35 PM
Aol. can "no longer afford capital letters." [Gawker]
Green Mountain challenges Peet's in bid for Diedrich Coffee. [Daily Finance]
Domino's brings back "The Noid," selling t-shirts featuring the character for charity. [BrandFreak]
Starbucks shifts ad spending priorities from TV to social media enterprises. [Econsultancy]