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...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 25, 2013 09:33 AM
Twitter seeks $1.4 billion in biggest web IPO since Facebook and hires NBC vet as news chief.
Microsoft shares jump 5 percent on positive earnings.
Instagram rolls out in-stream ads as Facebook seeks boost in mobile revenues.
AT&T leans on less-lucrative tablets.
Apple sees Carl Icahn raise his stake in company and demand $150-billion buyback, while its VP of product design goes to Tesla.
BMW unveils 2 series coupes.
Boeing gets $21 billion in plane orders from China, report says.
BP ramps up drilling again.
Chipotle backs "Food for Thought" content area on Huffington Post.
Chobani touts quality in new campaign after recall.
Coca-Cola Femsa says new tax in Mexico would hurt jobs.
Dunkin' Donuts rolls out enhanced loyalty program.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 24, 2013 09:22 AM
Conde Nast ends internship program that had been criticized.
Coca-Cola sees more than 300,000 sign petition against Russia's anti-gay laws.
Chili's rolls out delivery and overhauls menu.
AT&T subscriber gains trail Verizon.
Altria gains on rise in smokeless-product sales.
Bank of America loses jury decision over Countrywide.
Blue Diamond swings from Vine for Almond Breeze promo.
Boeing boosts output of 787 Dreamliner.
Chuck E. Cheese makes comeback with kids focus.
Dr Pepper Snapple blames aspartame fears for diet-soda slump.
Dunkin' Brands profit surges on US growth.
FedEx points to December 2 as big shipping day.Continue reading...
Posted by Mark J. Miller on October 21, 2013 04:40 PM
Vietnam’s economy isn’t very robust right now but its airline industry is on fire. The Aviation Department of Vietnam is expecting domestic passengers to rise 15 percent this year after going up 7 percent last year, Reuters reports. Part of the increase is due to tourist travel into the country being up 10 percent in the first nine months of the year compared to the same period last year.
The boost in tourism has translated into a solid pay-day for airplane manufacturers like Boeing, Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp., Bombardier Inc., and Embraer SA, as airlines based in the country could double or triple their fleets in the next few years in order to “serve a domestic market of 90 million people and tourist arrivals growing on average 20 percent annually.” According to Bloomberg, General Electric will be raking in $1 billion to supply engines to Vietnam Airlines’ 787 Dreamliners.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 17, 2013 09:29 AM
Amazon launches 'Amazon Fashion Studio Sessions' contest.
Facebook changes privacy settings for teens.
Walmart pursues omnichannel vision and is cleared by India officials in 2010 purchase.
America Movil scraps KPN bid.
Apple deals with doubts about its iPhone strategy.
Boeing addresses icing problem in latest jet.
Dallas Cowboys owner Mark Cuban cleared of insider-trading charges.
Fiat needs cash now locked up in Chrysler to fully revive Alfa Romeo.Continue reading...
Posted by Alicia Ciccone on October 11, 2013 09:26 AM
Del Monte to sell consumer products division for $1.68 billion.
Hershey plans to bring China-based Lancaster brand to US market.
Toyota debuts hydrogen prototype as fuel cell race heats up.
Activision's $8.2 billion Vivendi buyout is cleared.
Aereo wins injunction battle against Boston TV station.
Best Buy promises $100 buy-back credit for new iPhones.
Jeff Bezos has built Amazon into a $75 billion 'everything store,' as it looks to show shortform YouTube content on its video service.
Boeing unveils "jumbo killer."
CVS tailors print ads to loyalty members' preferences.
Facebook removes option to block search by name.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 7, 2013 09:22 AM
Fiat loses momentum in US comeback.
BlackBerry discusses bids with big-name strategic buyers that would dismember brand.
Macy's rethinks web plans in China.
Allstate outflanks online rivals.
Boston Market offers promotion related to idled government workers.
Burger King sees perception gains after "Satisfries" launch.
C-Span finds interest amid government shutdown.
Chevrolet will limit supplies of new Corvette at first.
Cracker Barrel and Kraft settle trademark differences.
ESPN drops International X Games.
Frito-Lay introduces glow-in-the-dark Halloween packages.
GM prods dealers to sell cars online.
Hershey plans plant in Malaysia.Continue reading...