Posted by Dale Buss on March 6, 2013 08:56 AM
Taco Bell makes new Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Tacos available a day early.
Fox reveals details of new planned national sports network to compete with ESPN.
Best Buy ends work-at-home program for corporate employees as Yahoo! policy continues to be debated.
Alfa Romeo says its performance numbers make 4C an ideal car for U.S. market.
Doritos launches first global campaign.
Fiat chief Sergio Marchionne presses full merger with Chrysler.
Groupon CFO says company's business model will stay.
JCPenney board's patience said to be wearing thin with CEO Ron Johnson, as Martha Stewart dished from the witness stand and rehashes her testimony on NBC's Today Show.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on April 23, 2012 05:05 PM
You've got a city in such bad shape financially that it's being dictated to by the state. A school system in utter tatters, with perhaps the worst yet to come. A heroic and adulated mayor laid low by health issues in the midst of it. A poster child for urban decay. Yes, Detroit.
So what better place than the Motor City for a genuine feel-good story to arise? Consider how Ford and the United Auto Workers are jointly pledging $100,000 to Detroit's Martin Luther King High School Jazz and Marching Band so that the kids can take a trip to the Summer Olympics in London and perform around London.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on January 3, 2012 09:11 AM
Altria launches tobacco rights website.
Apple sees its devices dominate mobile ordering as brand plans books announcement and sets Red Friday sales event for Asia.
Avery Dennison sells office and consumer products business to 3M.
Axe woos young males with interactive comic book.
Bentley plans luxury SUV.
BMW sees 2012 premium growth.
BP sues Halliburton over Gulf spill, includes anti-BP protesters in new ad.
Bridgestone kicks off Super Bowl campaign at NHL Winter Classic.
Brisk ties into Star Wars 3D theatrical launch with mobile campaign.
Cadbury adopts vertical shelf-ready packaging.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on December 9, 2011 09:05 AM
Apple still sees consumer demand for iPhone 3GS.
AT&T warns blocking T-Mobile deal will lead to higher prices.
Amazon provokes retailers with new price-check app.
Banana Republic opens Paris flagship.
Bill Gates rumored to consider returning to Microsoft.
Billabong uses augmented reality in new campaign.
Carrefour mulls merger with French supermarket chain.
Dean & Deluca expands from New York to Singapore.
Jamba Juice to tap into schools market with self-serve units.
Ford to restart dividend after five years.
GM CEO Dan Akerson acts aggressively to staunch Volt damage.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 26, 2011 09:02 AM
Amazon suffers big drop in income.
Chrysler nears approval by workers of new UAW contract as the company moves toward building a new compact sedan designed by Fiat.
Coach foresees bright holiday sales.
Eurozone hangs in the balance as European leaders wrangle with debt issues.
Facebook now rivals TV as mass medium.
Ford fails to dazzle with third-quarter profits.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 20, 2011 09:01 AM
Abbott Labs plans to split into two companies.
American Express equalizes health costs for gay employees.
Citigroup agrees to pay hefty fine to settle securities charges.
Daimler dismissed US. head of Mercedes-Benz over personal expenses.
Eni makes big natural-gas find off coast of Mozambique.
Fox's The X Factor gets off to a slow start.
Frito-Lay draws complaint about "immersive" marketing to kids.
Groupon discounts its IPO valuation.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 17, 2011 08:52 AM
Amazon signs up authors, nudging publishers out of the deal.
Anadarko to pay BP $4 billion after Gulf spill.
BMW launches greener 3 Series worldwide.
CNBC uses levity in new advertising campaign.
Dell seeks use for acquisition cash now that PC business is fading.
Ford workers now appear likely to approve UAW pact as the company boosts output of EcoBoost motors for truck sales.
Hulu puts owners in new quandary.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 10, 2011 08:59 AM
Netflix abruptly abandons plans to rent DVDs and kills Qwikster brand before it launches.
Disney CEO Bob Iger announces he will step down in 2015.
American Apparel finds new fans in Europe.
Apple iPhone pre-sale orders sell out, while overall iPhone sales may not be so rosy.
Chrysler plans to pare minivan offerings as part of brand rationalization and product-portfolio streamlining as the company winds up talks with UAW.
Conde Nast to develop video and online content.Continue reading...