Posted by Shirley Brady on July 11, 2011 06:00 PM
Apple goes after HTC and Android phones with ITC complaint, while iTunes may test 1080p movies.
Citi, Wells Fargo and Visa are adding Groupon-like in-network deals.
EA acquires social gaming firm Ohai.
Google acquires Punchd, a digital loyalty startup.
Lady Gaga plans to intern for royal hatmaker Philip Treacy.
Microsoft is phasing out Windows XP.
NCR buys Radiant Systems for $1.2 billion.
Nortel patent sale cleared for Apple/Microsoft/RIM consortium.
Quiznos hires financial advisers for restructuring.
Posted by Shirley Brady on May 18, 2011 06:00 PM
Angry Birds maker Rovio aims for IPO within 2-3 years.
Arnold Schwarzenegger scandal seen as affecting his political, not entertainment, brand.
Apple and Google askeded to FCC location tracking forum.
Clearwire taps Ericsson to take over network management.
General Mills to buy controlling stake in Yoplait.
Hershey CEO switches to Del Monte.
LinkedIn sets IPO at $45/share for $350 million.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on May 11, 2011 06:00 PM
Apple and the Weather Channel sued over location-based advertising.
Chrysler may hire up to 3,000 workers.
Cisco, struggling, reveals that AT&T will power its Cius tablet.
Duncan Hines tries to broaden its appeal.
eBay stands to make $1.4 billion on Skype's sale to Microsoft, as Skypers brace for more ads.
Facebook can't keep its Mark Zuckerbergs straight.
FOX releases biometric study assessing brand effectiveness.
Gilt valuation puts web brands to test.
Google will launch Chrome laptops in June.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on April 29, 2011 12:00 PM
"Sarah Burton" is a top Google search term for one (long tail) reason: Alexander McQueen's hand-picked successor designed the dress that accompanied Kate Middleton from commoner to Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. (And sealed the deal with a post-wedding dress.) Check out more of Burton's designs here. The Costume Institute at New York's Metropolitan Museum pays tribute to McQueen in a well-timed exhibition that opens on May 4th.
The other big sartorial search related to the royal wedding involves the British royals' penchant for fascinators and Philip Treacy's out-there headwear, which didn't disappoint today.