Posted by Alicia Ciccone on June 28, 2013 09:31 AM
Google is reportedly developing an Android game console, as it sues IRS over missing tax refund.
Square poaches Facebook advertising executive.
Blackberry shares plunge 25 percent on disappointing earnings.
Firefox debuts new logo and updates for Android beta.
Men's Wearhouse owes ousted founder George Zimmer $1 million for TV ads.
QVC says it will "pause" its relationship with Paula Deen.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 26, 2013 09:17 AM
Carnival CEO to step down.
Barnes & Noble pulls back after losses in tablet wars.
Square takes on PayPal online.
Daimler outsources development of driver-assistance software.
Paula Deen's awkward TODAY interview furthers PR nightmare.
Dow Jones plans to eliminate some newsroom staff as it unifies newswires and Wall Street Journal.
Fiat adds seven-seat minivan to 500 range in Europe.
Ford ushers great-great grandchildren of founder into management.
Google gets boost in EU privacy case.
Heineken says it is "absolutely on top" of issue of fake beer in emerging markets.Continue reading...
Posted by Abe Sauer on September 5, 2011 04:09 PM
The initial jarring element of Palladium Boots' (maybe) exploitative new campaign is the use of "3/11" in the same way "9/11" is used in the US to describe the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. While the earthquake and tsunami that turned much of Japan upside down in March 2011, the moniker "3/11" is hardly a mainstay, making Palladium's use all the more intentionally evocative… and exploitative.
Tokyo Rising, its new video "exploration" of the city hosted by Pharrell, faces "a new reality after the tragedy of 3/11." This makes Palladium, maybe, the first brand to heavily leverage the disaster for a brand campaign. (It is something American brands have already mastered with 9/11.)Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on May 23, 2011 09:00 AM
Amazon "gives away" Lady Gaga's new album for 99 cents.
AOL shuts down India portal.
Apple rumored to be planning a store in NYC's Grand Central and a curved glass iPhone.
Barnes & Noble's Nook "crushes" Amazon's Kindle in the glossy magazine department.
Cisco accused of aiding Chinese crackdown on dissidents.
Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean 4 scores fourth biggest global weekend opening.
Ellen DeGeneres boycotts Twitpic in wake of Twitter app's photo agency deal.
Ford plans in-car driver health monitoring with Medtronic.
Foursquare and Groupon reportedly in partnership talks.Continue reading...