Posted by Dale Buss on May 6, 2011 09:15 AM
ADM and Cargill invest in diesel from soy in Brazil.
British Airways’ Olympics-related advertising campaign takes off.
Carnival Cruise aligns with Live Nation.
Carrefour ousts head of its French business.
Cisco to reduce its bureaucracy.
Coca-Cola grows upbeat on India.
Glencore says orders for its IPO continue to roll in.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on March 29, 2011 09:00 AM
BP reviewed by US prosecutors for potential manslaughter charges.
British Airways cable crew vote for new round of strikes.
News Corp. and Vevo are in talks about the future of Myspace.
AT&T/T-Mobile merger "hurdle must be high," writes the New York Times in an op-ed.
Eminem lawsuit could change how digital revenues get shared with artists.
Grameen Bank head Muhammad Yunus fights move to get him to step down.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on February 8, 2011 09:00 AM
Super Bowl XLV posts record TV audience to become most-watched TV broadcast in US history. Chrysler's Super Bowl ad continues to reverberate as Volkswagen ponders what it’s actually getting out of buzz around “Little Vader” ad. Papa John’s keeps Super Bowl pizza mojo going with game-related promotions.
AOL's merger with Huffington Post is being closely watched as media/web bellwether.
British Airways projects pact with American Airlines will boost revenues.
Chipotle comes under immigration scrutiny for workers.
Coca-Cola releases sustainability report.
Current TV, Al Gore’s outfit, expected to pick up Keith Olbermann.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on January 21, 2011 09:00 AM
Anheuser-Busch plans to slim down Super Bowl advertising and feature Stella Artois brand.
Bank of America posts loss.
British Airways name replaced on London Stock Exchange with IAG ticker with Iberia merger.
GE CEO Jeff Immelt will lead President Obama’s council on jobs and competitiveness, replacing Paul Volcker. Meanwhile, GE’s earnings jump, indicating “momentum.”
Google co-founder Larry Page re-takes the reins, indicating an effort to restore the company’s start-up spark.
Guinness becomes first official bear of Six Nations rugby tournament.Continue reading...
Posted by Caroline Smith on November 29, 2010 06:00 PM
Apple's iPad eats into global PC market.
Big East conference adds Texas Christian University in 2012.
Bing search trends: The Year of the Kardashian (even as sisters cut ties with prepaid credit card).
British Airways and Iberia agree to £5bn merger amidst strike action.
Cadillac returns to PGA sponsorship following two-year break.
Clinique tops L2 Digital IQ study on beauty.
Disney may make Tangled its last animated fairytale feature.Continue reading...
read our tips
Posted by Brandchannel Staff on November 29, 2010 05:00 PM
A Global Branding Challenge for British Airways [Travolution]
Acer Aims to Top Global PC Market [Reuters]
Why'd You Pick That Airline to Fly on Thanksgiving? We Thought So [Ad Age]
To Help Donors Choose, Website Alters How it Sizes Up Charities [NY Times]
Campbell's Quest for Productivity [Bloomberg Businessweek]
Comcast's Steve Burke: Meet the Un-Mogul Reinventing TV [Ad Age]
Now a Giant, Google Works to Retain Nimble Minds [NYT]
Why 'Zoom-Zoom' is Staying Put in a Year of Change for Mazda [Ad Age]
Climate Control: Unlikely Allies in the Fight on Carbon [Bloomberg Businessweek]
Few Smartphone Owners are Loyal to their Brand [Reuters]
US Tries to Contain Damage from Wikileaked Documents [AP]
Who's Afraid of Apple, Google, Facebook? [Bloomberg Businessweek]
America's Culture of No [Reuters]
Posted by Shirley Brady on October 27, 2010 08:30 AM
Acer is launching a line of tablet PCs.
Apple launches Chinese app store.
Bill Clinton, one-man Michelin star?
BMW recall may have been prompted by ABC News investigation.
BP CEO Bob Dudley vows company will remain committed to America.
British Airways expands mobile boarding to BlackBerry and Android smartphones.
Budweiser's new UK spot features giant game of pool.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on October 18, 2010 06:00 PM
Apple's quarterly profits (up 70% on iPad and iPhone sales) put company in running to become largest U.S. public company, while CEO Steve Jobs casts a hex on rivals' tablets.
Bank of America will resume foreclosures.
British Airways dispute with Unite cabin crew union may be resolved soon.
Citigroup beats Wall Street projections, begins legal battle over EMI buyout.
Clearwire is bringing 4G to major U.S. cities with Sprint, Comcast and Time Warner.
Discovery Channel's Mythbusters lands a cameo from President Obama.
Domino's adds sound to online Pizza Tracker tool.
Facebook vows to keep applications from divulging users' personal information.Continue reading...