Posted by Dale Buss on November 14, 2013 09:14 AM
GM could see exit of CEO Dan Akerson next year, Reuters says.
Crocs considers ways to go private.
Snapchat becomes one of most sought-after tech businesses after reportedly turning down $3 billion buyout from Facebook.
AT&T creates mystery of locked, used iPhones.
Alitalia prepares restructuring aimed at getting more resources out of Air France.
American Airlines and US Airways set up major-airport route grab with their merger as deal cruises through courts.
Ateliers Pleyel stops piano production in France.
Baidu faces suits over video piracy.
Boeing sees unionists reject new labor deal for 777X production.
Burberry is weighed down by beauty business.
Cisco tells of big revenue dropoff in emerging markets.
Cracker Barrel shareholders reject activist's third bid to be on board.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 13, 2013 09:06 AM
Starbucks ordered to pay Kraft $2.7 billion in losing coffee-package dispute.
Johnson & Johnson said to agree to $4 billion settlement over hip implants.
Unilever opts for sustainable palm oil.
Bloomberg says news service didn't kill articles on China.
Boeing vote tests union strength.
Chrysler brand chief leaves to head Maserati marketing.
Fantex delays "IPO" of injured NFL star.
Foxconn sees profit growth slow sharply.
Girls Gone Wild is up for sale.
GM shifts international headquarters to Singapore from Shanghai.
Hulu wants to be offered with pay-TV bundles.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 11, 2013 09:11 AM
BSkyB shares hit by BT Champions League football rights deal win.
CBS criticized for not running more extensive apology over flawed Benghazi report.
Alibaba set for US$5B boost from China's online "Singles Day."
Adidas sprints for lead with Smart Run watch.
Amazon taps U.S. Postal Service to establish Sunday delivery for Prime customers.
Apple finds surprising market growth in Japan as China supply chain practices face fresh criticism.
Bank of America may have to pay US $864M over "Hustle" loans.
Bloomberg curbs reporting that might anger China.
Boeing and Japan Air Lines face another Dreamliner battery incident.
Bottega Veneta unveils new 'green' headquarters.
Cadillac's new CMO aims to focus brand around design.
Charmin pulls cheeky Twitter ad campaign.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 8, 2013 09:18 AM
FDA bans artery-clogging trans fats.
Adobe sees accounts compromised in big security breach.
Mattel gives Barbie doll a proportional makeover for China market.
Boeing warns it could build 777X jet outside of Washington State.
CBS admits errors in 60 Minutes report on Benghazi.
Fiat offers car-sharing service in hard-hit Milan.
Groupon is pinched by Gmail change and posts wider loss.
Jaguar Land Rover boosts profit for parent Tata Motors.
Kohl's adds emotional brand spots to holiday mix.
Marriott International buys African hotel chain.
McDonald’s sales growth remains sluggish.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 6, 2013 09:22 AM
Starbucks commits to recruiting 10,000 veterans and Army spouses while Walgreen offers military-only discount on Veterans Day.
Nokia swipes at Samsung with lower-priced phablet.
Cargill begins labeling its "finely textured" beef aka "pink slime."
Abercrombie & Fitch expects weak holiday sales.
Acer ousts CEO as another victim of iPad.
Apple adds suppliers to boost iPhone and iPad production as it claims fifth place in China mobile market.
Boeing plans to build 777x jet in Washington State.
Brides Magazine wants its new app to take on dress counterfeiters.
Burger King plans to bring back Big Mac copycat.
CNN turnaround runs into heavy viewer indifference.
Deadline.com severs ties with Nikke Finke.
Goodyear glides with US ski association.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 31, 2013 09:14 AM
Facebook encounters decline in teen engagement as mobile ads fueled profit jump.
Starbucks enjoys best year in its history.
Politico launches a print magazine.
American Airlines and US Airways trying to work with government to clear merger.
BMW recalls 176,000 vehicles to fix power brakes.
Bank of America sees $1 billion stake held by Qatar sovereign-wealth fund.
Boeing intends new 777X to subsume role of jumbo jets.
Burger King plans "fewer, more impactful" new menu items.
Chrysler vows to learn from botched rampup of Jeep Cherokee production.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 29, 2013 09:23 AM
Apple sees profits fall despite higher sales of iPhones and offers disappointing holiday forecast.
Red Bull is subject to big wrongful-death suit.
Sears considers spinning off Lands End unit.
Air Serbia launches in Europe.
Boeing considers non-union plant for 777x.
Burger King may rescue corporate cousin Heinz after McDonalds ketchup snub.
Consumer Reports drops Toyota Camry from its recommended list over crash test.
GM lifts Opel marketing in Russia.
Google amends EU antitrust proposals as it looks to triple number of Glass testers and prepares to launch smartwatch.
Guess signs first Indian model, Priyanka Chopra, as new brand ambassador.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 28, 2013 09:10 AM
J.Crew is hoping to take London by storm with first UK flagship opening.
Macy's joins Barneys in "Shop & Frisk" scandal.
Toyota remains world's largest car company by volume and stages rollercoaster campaign for Camry
Burger King profit soars on lower costs.
Disney tries a new twist by launching new kids' show on app for tablets.
Dollar General beats Walmart at low prices in survey as chains weigh benefits of mobile checkout.
Emirates Airline ponders $30-billion order for Boeing jets.Continue reading...