Posted by Shirley Brady on June 18, 2014 09:08 AM
Cannes Lions continues (above, Scott Ferris, Microsoft's GM of content advertising) with first round of Grand Prix winners announced.
Amazon phone reveal by "secretive" R&D lab today in Seattle sparks speculation, as BlackBerry joins Amazon's Appstore.
YouTube to launch paid music service.
GM's Barra is back on the hotseat today on Capitol Hill as automaker faces $10 billion recalls suit.
Beats headphones have been banned at the World Cup.
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Activision expands Skylanders licensing.
Apple secures 31 new patents as stores get exclusive window on Beats products.
Dr. Oz grilled on weight loss claims.
eBay pulls Chinese "spyware phones."
Facebook's ephemeral Slingshot app annoys some users.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 24, 2013 09:21 AM
Starbucks teams with Groupe Danone to market new yogurt line.
HanesBrands buys Maidenform.
Time Inc. may look to further spinoffs.
Aereo targets 25 percent of TV users.
Apple is boosted by strong iPhone sales despite profit dip.
Boeing sees profit rise on strong aircraft sales as it awaits EU directive on Dreamliner safety.
Cadillac plans to rest its laurels in logo redesign, report says.
Carl's Jr. rolls out Pop Tarts ice-cream sandwich system-wide.
Caterpillar cuts outlook.
Daimler eyes recovery in Europe.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 16, 2013 09:20 AM
Walmart posts mixed results, expects "challenging" quarter; earnings report also discloses $73M expenses related to foreign bribery probes.
Microsoft to Google: We need APIs to fix YouTube app.
Abercrombie & Fitch signs Bangladesh safety agreement as deadline passes for Gap deal.
Apple defends brand (but not Steve Jobs) in US book price-fixing suit.
Boeing and GE hunt for engine defect in 777s.
Campbell Soup uses digital marketing to target Millennials.
Capri-Sun targeted by German ad watchdog for misleading marketing.
Cisco profit is boosted by services.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on March 12, 2012 09:01 AM
American Apparel may have a knight in shining armor: George Soros.
American Express sees millions of Twitter Sync coupons redeemed within first five days.
Ann Taylor tweaks brand lineup.
Apple finds iPhone falling behind Samsung in China.
BBC America bets on New Yorkers as tastemakers for new cooking show.
Barnes & Noble tests Penguin publishing boutiques in its stores.
CNN reportedly in talks to acquire Mashable.
Chevrolet shows off networked car at SXSW.
Chevron plays catch-up in shale gas.
Chipotle gets a big bang for the little buck.Continue reading...
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Posted by Mark J. Miller on October 26, 2011 12:02 PM
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen may have its home base thousands of miles away, but don’t think that’s going to stop it from taking over as much of California — specifically, Southern California — as it can.
Restaurant News reports that the 39-year-old Louisiana-based fried chicken fast food restaurants “has launched an aggressive growth plan to increase its presence in Southern California.”
To that end, according to Popeyes' own press release, it's “seeking bold, passionate multi-unit operators to invest in new restaurants in Los Angeles and San Diego.”
Restaurant News notes that the company’s dollar share of the chicken quick-serve restaurant business is at a 10-year peak in the US. To help ease fears of potential franchisees, Popeyes is hosting two seminars this month in L.A. and San Diego.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on September 30, 2010 09:00 AM
Absolut unveils limited edition crystal bottle.
AIG strikes a deal to repay billions in taxpayer dollars.
American Airlines, Levi's, Progressive and Wells Fargo received GLAAD awards last night in New York.
Ford touts 40-mpg 2012 Focus at Paris Auto Show.
Geico tops new consumer survey of auto insurers.
H&M slows store openings amid construction slump that has constricted new mall locations.Continue reading...