Posted by Dale Buss on July 6, 2012 09:01 AM
Jeremy Lin signs free agent deal with Houston Rockets, ending "Linsanity" in NYC if the Knicks don't make him a better offer.
Yahoo considers CEO of Hulu for top job.
Porsche tries to adjust to Volkswagen embrace.
Anheuser-Busch encourages responsible drinking.
Bausch & Lomb could go public by year-end.
Chevrolet plans to show off vehicles at MLB All-Star Game in Kansas City next week.
Chuck E. Cheese burns long-time voice with new mascot.
Dynegy files for bankruptcy.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on September 13, 2011 09:00 AM
Alibaba takes on Baidu for dominance in China.
Android rises to #2 smartphone platform in Europe.
Apple ponders disposition of its cash horde.
California Pizza Kitchen plans brand revival.
Cochlear recalls line of ear implants.
Deutsche Bank launches Autobahn App Market.
Ford unveils new three-cylinder EcoBoost engine at Frankfurt auto show.
GameStop to sell branded gaming tablet.Continue reading...
Posted by Sara Zucker on March 11, 2010 05:32 AM
Burberry has sued TJX for copyright infringement and plagiarism. [WWD]
The characters of 'Mad Men' were remade into a line of plastic dolls. [BrandFreak]
Twitter has launched a new location-based feature for users. [NY Times]
MySpace wants to attract video game designers for a makeover. [LA Times]
YouTube extended its promotions to include mobile phones. [Adweek]
Tropicana boxes are getting smaller as prices increase. [Consumerist]Continue reading...
Posted by Sara Zucker on February 26, 2010 06:20 AM
Fox sees an overwhelming amount of complaints from recent 'Family Guy' episodes. [LA Times]
SeaWorld face criticism for keeping killer whale despite trainer's death. [AP]
CitySearch stays relevant by adding business-related tweets to its website. [Econsultancy]
General Motors is currently debating two bids on its Hummer brand. [WSJ]
Kraft is touring restaurants spreading the word about its Athenos hummus. [Brandweek]
Hand-held smartphone maker Palm worries about its future due to poor sales. [NY Times]Continue reading...