Posted by Dale Buss on September 21, 2012 09:01 AM
Apple is poised to sell 10 million iPhones in smash debut but sparks backlash by unseating Google maps from its platform.
Adidas cuts Reebok revenue forecast.
Walmart drops Kindle in slap at Amazon, as Amazon Fresh makes grocers nervous.
BASF buys U.S. seed-technology company Becker Underwood.
BlackBerry hit by service outage across much of world in another setback for RIM smartphone brand.
BSkyB deemed fit to hold license by U.K.
CKE delays IPO of parent of Hardee's and Carl's Jr. brands.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on September 20, 2012 08:55 AM
Samsung mocks iPhone 5 buyers in latest commercial.
Chick-fil-A backs down and vows to stop donating to anti-LGBT groups.
Visa shifts global creative duties back to BBDO.
AOL names female CFO.
AT&T faces backlash over Apple FaceTime restrictions, while CEO explains anti-texting and driving push.
Bed Bath & Beyond beats the odds.
Citibank credit card is coming to China.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 2, 2012 09:00 AM
Facebook faces doubts by advertisers as it gears up for IPO roadshow.
Lifetime unveils new logo and tagline.
BlackBerry launches "Touch Awesomeness" campaign, test keyboardless version to challenge Apple.
Apple files for touch-based music-sharing patent.
CNN delivers lowest monthly ratings in a decade.
CVS succeeds in grabbing drugstore customers from Walgreens.
Chesapeake Energy board crimps CEO's power.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on April 4, 2012 09:01 AM
AT&T faces possible union walkout.
Ally promotes financial literacy.
Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz reap luxury-sales gains in China.
Burger King plans to go public again in surprise move, selling $1.4 billion stake.
Coca-Cola remains UK's top grocery brand.
Delta counters industry gloom with late-March surge.
Facebook countersues Yahoo in patent spat.
Fisker debuts new plug-in as manufacturing plans hang in doubt.
Groupon hit with shareholder suit.Continue reading...
Posted by Sheila Shayon on March 13, 2012 05:47 PM
Six journalists, including Rebekah Brooks, the flame-haired former chief of News International, and her husband Charlie have been arrested in the ongoing investigation of the phone-hacking scandal that rocked the UK when Brooks was arrested for the first time last July.
The new arrests in that same investigation opened those wounds anew, even while Brooks and her husband have reportedly been released on bail.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on January 31, 2012 09:03 AM
Apple hires Dixons CEO as new retail chief, while iPad sales propel Apple to top of PC market over HP. Apple patent challenger Samsung, meanwhile, faces EU inquiry.
AT&T names new strategy officer in management shuffle.
Bang & Olufsen debuts cheaper line of high-tech gadgets.
Belstaff brings luxury leather jackets to London and New York with dual flagships.
BSKyB to start movie service rivaling Netflix.
BlackBerry-maker RIM posts corporate governance report indicating why co-CEO role was scrapped.
Carrefour names yet another CEO in turnaround struggle.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 29, 2011 09:01 AM
Apple's environmental impact concerns China.
AT&T has an 11th hour plan to salvage T-Mobile deal and win over reluctant FCC.
American Airlines parent AMR files for bankruptcy protection to restructure debt as talks with pilots end.
American Express launches $20-million giveaway to spur online sales.
BSkyB holds annual meeting as James Murdoch survives investor vote; singer Charlotte Church alleges coverage trade-off for singing at Rupert Murdoch's wedding; and The Guardian reports broadening of News Corp. hacking scandal to include a North Ireland government minister.
Chevrolet gives three-day Sonic test drives to Klout leaders.
Cyber Monday sales come in 15-20 percent higher than a year ago.
Facebook targets $10 billion IPO for spring that would value social network at $100B.
Groupon shares plummet post-IPO.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 28, 2011 08:55 AM
Adbusters' role in branding Occupy movement examined in New York Times as Occupy LA protesters dig in heels.
Amazon eyes China growth.
Apple critiqued for not getting social media (but does it matter to brand loyalists?) as digi-savvy toddlers' parents fuel iPad sales.
Black Friday sales boost LG and Samsung as e-tailers are poised for Cyber Monday lift.
BSkyB's James Murdoch loses investors' confidence.
China's Chery automaker launches Qoros brand as Subaru joint venture gains lifeline.
Coach, expanding in China, will list shares on Hong Kong's Hang Seng stock exchange.
Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Nestle and Mars sign European pledge to only promote nutritious products on their websites.
Disney releases mobile app for Spider-Man, as the Marvel-owned web-slinger finds his feet on Broadway.Continue reading...