Posted by Dale Buss on August 8, 2012 09:02 AM
American Airlines faces record safety penalty, tests hotel baggage delivery service.
Amazon sees pay-off from locker service, looks to acquire more patents.
Apple shelves "Genius" TV campaign, puts former designer on the stand against Samsung and plans to beef up security.
AT&T sees 20,000 employees go on strike.
Bank of America brings discounts to bank statements.
Chiquita seeks new CEO as Undercover Boss star exits.
Chrysler’s Dodge pulls out of NASCAR.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on August 7, 2012 09:01 AM
AMC tries to enlist consumers in standoff with Dish Network.
Amazon expands use of delivery lockers and expands into social gaming.
American Airlines faces record $162 million in penalties.
Apple plans to pull YouTube app from iPhone and iPad in growing rift with Google as it grills the head of strategy for Samsung in court.
Best Buy founder moves on estranged company.
Chuck E. Cheese starts new campaign aimed at moms.
Coca-Cola deals with kick-out threats from Bolivia.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 25, 2012 09:02 AM
Apple launches Mountain Lion OS and fires pre-trial salvo including $2.5 billion damage claim at Samsung while reporting cooling iPhone sales soft earnings report.
New York Yankees look to leverage Ichiro Suzuki's personal brand.
Skype founders break up as eavesdropping concerns arise.
American Airlines ready to evaluate merger possibilities.
Ann Taylor brings back Kate Hudson for fall campaign.
Canon cuts full-year outlook.
Caterpillar begins to wear down some unionists in strike.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 20, 2012 09:02 AM
Warner Bros. issues statement as The Dark Knight Rises opens somberly as Denver gunman kills 14 at screening, while movie opens strongly at box office.
Heineken offers $4.1 billion to buy out JV partner for Asia Pacific Breweries stake as Kirin's next move pondered.
Chick-fil-A homophobia shamed by actor Ed Helms.
Apple's original iPad prototype revealed as new iPad launch in China today fails to cause a fuss.
BlackBerry woes broken down to five mistakes by nymag.com.
Comcast prepares ultra high-speed broadband.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 11, 2012 08:58 AM
Airbus designs new way to build planes and scraps sales target for A380.
Amazon tests a smartphone.
American Airlines opens door to merger with U.S. Airways.
Apple pulls game with Japanese Ninjas invading island chain.
Barclays former CEO Bob Diamon hits back at U.K. lawmakers over interest-rate scandal.
Drew Brees nears becoming highest-paid player in NFL history.
Expedia features real travelers' experiences in new campaign.
John Varvatos taps British musician Paul Weller as new face.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 10, 2012 08:57 AM
Neiman Marcus and Target join brands for unusual Christmas collaboration: 50 limited-edition American designer items, plus $1M donation to the CFDA.
Starbucks rolls out low-cal Refreshers drinks.
Marks & Spencer fires clothing head following worst sales in three years.
American Airlines and U.S. Airways keep dancing around a merger.
Apple removes green electronics certification from products.
Chase launches Chase Liquid reloadable card.
Coca-Cola takes stake in Mexican juice company Jugos del Valle.
Conde Nast confirms London location of namesake fashion college.
DirecTV could drop 26 Viacom channels in dispute.
Dodge places major ad push behind new Dart.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 16, 2012 08:55 AM
GM exits advertising on Facebook, raising questions about FB's revenue projections as site boosts number of shares available ahead of Friday IPO.
Samsung loses $10 billion market value on Apple chip loss.
Intel launches employee-curated digital magazine.
American Airlines sees unions reject contract offer.
Amylin attracts interest from pharma rivals.
Apple moves toward larger iPhone screens.
BBC bumps Blue Peter in children's programming shuffle.
Berkshire Hathaway takes stakes in GM and Viacom.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 7, 2012 09:01 AM
ABC News and Univision team up to launch 24-hour English-language news channel for Hispanic viewers.
American Airlines seeks more overseas flights amid US Airways bid, Bloomberg says.
Amtrak enlists iPhone as service tool.
Apple may be ready to settle iPad China trademark dispute.
AT&T CEO regrets unlimited data iPhone plan.
Barclays enters U.S. banking fray with online service.
Budweiser sees boycott by NYT's Nick Kristof, while Bud Light tries to manage line extensions.
CBS steers younger viewers to 60 Minutes.
Chinese consumers are rejecting "Made in China."Continue reading...