Posted by Dale Buss on April 18, 2012 09:01 AM
Amazon plans to republish James Bond novel series.
Apple and Samsung are ordered into a patent-settlement conference, while Apple pressures Beijing with iPad snub.
Eatzi's expands into new locations.
Berkshire Hathaway will remain firmly under Warren Buffett's control as he undergoes prostate-cancer treatment.
Best Buy sees CEO search influenced by founder.
Bristol-Myers Squibb tops Corporate Responsibility Magazine's Best Corporate Citizens 2012 ranking.
Chevrolet touts Volt with Klout.
Citicorp sees executive pay plan ovewhelmingly rejected by shareholders.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on March 9, 2012 08:50 AM
AOL staffers brace for more cuts.
AT&T promotes "4G" with iPhone iOS upgrade.
BBC rumored to be working on a digital download store.
DirecTV protests Dish Network's "TV Everywhere" trademark.
Facebook approved for $8 billion credit line ahead of IPO, while site debuts Twitter-like interest lists.
Fiat's Charlie Sheen commercial is winning.
Google pushes Google Wallet on developers.
Joseph Kony online protest goes viral.
Netflix enables Apple TV subscriptions.
Nike partners with Path to socialize runs.
P&G wins advertiser of the year honors at Middle East/Africa awards.Continue reading...
search and destroy
Posted by Shirley Brady on November 16, 2011 10:05 PM
Google Music is now live to the public, with Google+ integration and a library of 8 million songs (soon to be 13 million) via the Android market. Google's cloud-based online music store, which was announced as a beta service in May, will compete for digital downloads with Apple's iTunes and Amazon's growing library of online music. It also challenges Apple's music dominance by serving the 200 million estimated Android phone users just in the U.S.
Google commented in a blog post, "Google Music is about discovering, purchasing, sharing and enjoying digital music in new, innovative and personalized ways." It's launching with music from Universal Music Group, EMI Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Merlin Network — but no deal has been reached (so far) with Warner Music Group, whose catalog represents about 20% of the world's music inventory.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 14, 2011 09:05 AM
Amazon ships Kindle Fire and Kindle Touch early.
Apple searches for next retailing genius, recalls first-generation iPod Nano devices.
Audi A7 wins car of the year nod.
Barbie links with Stardoll for premium collection.
BMW promotes sustainability with China roadshow.
Boeing cements wide-body lead over Airbus with biggest ever deal, with Emirates.
Borders demise parsed by Bloomberg Businessweek.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 launch smashes records.
China 'ready' to allow foreign companies to issue stock.
Chevrolet woos Sonic buyers with perks program, while GM slows Chevrolet Cruze production.
Citrus Australia introduces new seal of authenticity.
Crowne Plaza tilts makeover toward young travelers.
Deutsche Boerse defends NYSE Euronext deal.
Disney buys Babble.com for $40M to reach 'hipster parents.'
Estee Lauder co-founder Evelyn Lauder dies, lauded for launching Pink Ribbon campaign for breast cancer research.
Facebook nears U.S. privacy settlement that would make public sharing opt-in, not opt-out.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 11, 2011 08:42 AM
BP claims victory in Russian case.
Boeing rides Dreamliner on confidence into Dubai Air Show.
Burger King deems new menu items a success.
CBS includes Charlie Rose and Gayle King in revised The Early Show roster.
Citigroup to sell EMI units for $4 billion.
Facebook retreats on privacy dispute with U.S. government.
GE foresees strong growth in emerging markets.
GM raises alarms in Europe with restructuring pledge as its Buick division bets on a lush interior in new Verano compact.
Kohl's adds $30 million to holiday marketing budget.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 19, 2011 09:00 AM
Apple reportedly cuts licensing deal with EMI and moves closer to cloud-based music service, as iPad sales impact HP and Dell.
AT&T presses case for T-Mobile merger.
CBS brings Ashton Kutcher and his Two and a Half Men co-stars at advertisers' fall upfront.
Citigroup awards CEO Vikram Pandit with big retention package.
Coca-Cola launches 2012 Olympics promotion a year early.
Delta cuts capacity to Europe with Air France as airline’s executives recount complex merger with Northwest.
Disney reportedly seeks to develop TV series about SEALS team that killed Osama bin Laden.
Facebook gets new scrutiny over kids in social ads.
Gap CEO undertakes urgent revamp of the brand.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on February 1, 2011 06:00 PM
American Apparel gets credit waiver from lenders.
Borders may file for bankruptcy as soon as next week.
BP is underpaying claims, Mississippi charges, as court halts Rosneft talks; new CEO Bob Dudley still seen as bold risk-taker.
Citi seizes control of EMI, paving way for sale.
Comcast and Time Warner Cable sign streaming content pact.
Dow and S&P 500 close at highest level since June 2008.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on November 16, 2010 06:30 PM
Adobe's CEO has fighting words for Apple.
Andy Warhol foundation beats lawsuit alleging rigged fakes.
Apple (Beatle's Apple) and EMI CEOs hammered out today's iTunes deal in two hours, reports the Wall Street Journal, as all 17 newly available Beatles albums enter the top 100 iTune sales on day one.
Bank of America, Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase agree to hold off on foreclosures.
BlackBerry-maker RIM says its PlayBook is 3x faster than Apple's iPad.
Corona signs tennis net branding deal for ATP world tour.
Ford UK shifts marketing focus to branded entertainment.Continue reading...