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In the News: Barnes & Noble, BlackBerry, Shell and more

Posted by Dale Buss on July 9, 2013 09:16 AM

In the News

Barnes & Noble CEO resigns amid digital setbacks.

BlackBerry faces leadership questions at annual meeting today.

Shell picks refining chief to become its new CEO.

Alibaba sets sights on mobile.

Apple's App Store celebrates five-year anniversary with free apps.

Esurance expands US Open tennis sponsorship.

Ford finds that F-250 pickup is new favorite of auto thieves.

Hasbro buys 70 percent stake in mobile gaming company Backflip for $112 million.

Hostess Twinkies return aiming for more ubiquity.

Hulu attracts at least three takeover bids.

Infiniti nudges launch date of new Q50 sedan.Continue reading...

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The Week in China: Co-Eds Sex Up College Admissions, Bev Brands Boost Dog Meat and more

Posted by Abe Sauer on June 28, 2013 01:08 PM

China is the second largest economy in the world and every significant brand's future is impacted by its growth (or collapse)—but who's got the time?! Here's the week's reads that will make you look like a keen China observer in case you find yourself immersed in a cultural conversation.

This week: EVs lose juice… Lin for Gatorade… expanding waistlines… "free" Porsches… the lux show… trademark law changes… car recalls (again)… Tom Ford smells like China… rental Beckham… HIV PSA… vegetarians… Colonel Sanders-san… college students sex (and joke) it up for enrollment... and more.Continue reading...

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The Week in China: Maxi Pad Movies, Hello Kitty Melon, Obama Groupon and more

Posted by Abe Sauer on May 24, 2013 11:45 AM

China is the second largest economy in the world and every significant brand's future is impacted by its growth (or collapse)—but who's got the time?! Here's the week's reads that will make you look like a keen China observer in case you find yourself immersed in a cultural conversation.

This week: Shanghai's Gangnam Bar... Maxi pad branded-content... Huang Xiaoming for Busen... Mocking Forrest Gump... Hershey and Nestle... Lenovo PC profits... China buys Fisker... Gatsby, Tesco woes... Hello Kitty melons... Art Basel hits Hong Kong... and more.Continue reading...

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The Week in China: Dim Sum Sneakers, Sk8ter Boi Tea, Luxury Tongue Twisters and more

Posted by Abe Sauer on May 10, 2013 01:52 PM

China is the second largest economy in the world and every significant brand's future is impacted by its growth (or collapse)—but who's got the time?! Here's the week's reads that will make you look like a keen China observer in case you find yourself immersed in a cultural conversation.

This week: Cadillac sales... stretching Jag... dim sum Puma... Met ball influence... Porsche... Luxury brands... Jets... Avril Levine's tea... Hyundai pop... Lenovo... Shanghai Disney... Bitcoin... LeTV... Tainted L'Occitane... Pearson Ed... Iron Man badminton... and more.Continue reading...

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In the News: SAP, Coca-Cola, Disney and more

Posted by Dale Buss on May 8, 2013 09:15 AM

In the News

SAP moves into cloud computing as brand projects $10B boost from banking software.

Coca-Cola plans to invest $2 billion in Florida orange groves.

Disney second quarter soars 32% on theme parks, ESPN ad sales as company withdraws trademark application for Dia de los Muertos.

Alibaba IPO anticipation grows on revenue surge.

American Airlines launches Klout-based promo.

AOL profits boosted by advertising.

AT&T presses case in lower bandwidth spectrum case.

Bitcoin startups begin to attract real cash.

Burger King makes bold move with delivery expansion.Continue reading...

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In the News: ESPN, Honda, Chrysler and more

Posted by Dale Buss on April 30, 2013 09:15 AM

In the News

ESPN apologizes for comments by commentator after NBA player announces he's gay.

Honda recalls almost 46,000 Fits in North America.

Chrysler sees profit tumble on poorly executed product launches.

Alibaba and Sina form alliance of China online businesses.

Apple files for new technology that tells whether to text or call friends.

Asos prepares marketing drive to grow global brand.

BP reviews safety after oil leak in North Sea.

Best Buy sells Europe unit back to Carphone Warehouse.

BlackBerry CEO questions future of tablets (which brand doesn't have).Continue reading...

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The Week in China: BMW's Dr. Promise, iTunes Porn, Spotify and more

Posted by Abe Sauer on April 19, 2013 12:53 PM

Above: The evil geniuses at Taiwan's NMA have produced an online Kim Jong-un-inspired game Best Korea Smackdown. The animation gang has also produced what is maybe its most subversive ever little video about American-Chinese relations with its "Iron Man 3" commentary.

China is the second largest economy in the world and every significant brand's future is impacted by its growth (or collapse)—but who's got the time?! Here's the week's reads that will make you look like a keen China observer in case you find yourself immersed in a cultural conversation.

This week: BMW's China brand... Spotify's in Asia... Ginseng... Iron Man 3 "chinky eyes"... Online retail... HTC's branded disaster... Xiaomi denies Jobs copy... Hertz buys to rent... Alibaba phones... Apple porn... Burberry and YSL... WeChat... "cat models"... and more.Continue reading...

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In the News: Alibaba, Denny's, Google and more

Posted by Dale Buss on March 12, 2013 09:09 AM

In the News

Alibaba names next CEO.

Denny's cancels franchise deal in China.

Google shows off sample apps for Project Glass a SXSW.

American Airlines and U.S. Airways prepare for merger bumps.

Apple and Samsung values soar.

Barney's New York rebrands Co-op stores as regular Barney's.

BlackBerry stock jumps on Lenovo takeover interest rumor.

BMW to build sub-brand for China.

Boeing sees investigators focus narrowly on batteries in Dreamliner probe.

China's Spring Airlines adds cars to in-flight sales offering.Continue reading...

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