Posted by Dale Buss on April 19, 2012 09:01 AM
Acura is under fire for casting of Super Bowl commercial starring Jerry Seinfeld.
American Airlines parent AMR outlines non-union cutbacks.
California Pizza Kitchen plans new prototype and brand renewal.
Citigroup faces executive-pay dilemma after shareholder vote.
Dick Clark's career celebrated as entertainment legend dies at 82.
eBay continues comeback, citing PayPal.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on March 12, 2012 09:01 AM
American Apparel may have a knight in shining armor: George Soros.
American Express sees millions of Twitter Sync coupons redeemed within first five days.
Ann Taylor tweaks brand lineup.
Apple finds iPhone falling behind Samsung in China.
BBC America bets on New Yorkers as tastemakers for new cooking show.
Barnes & Noble tests Penguin publishing boutiques in its stores.
CNN reportedly in talks to acquire Mashable.
Chevrolet shows off networked car at SXSW.
Chevron plays catch-up in shale gas.
Chipotle gets a big bang for the little buck.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on February 22, 2012 09:02 AM
Anheuser-Busch InBev considers bid for European brewer StarBev.
Apple defends rights to iPad name in Shanghai court.
Barnes & Noble sees profits crimped by digital investments.
Carbonite encourages planning for loss.
Comcast takes aim at Netflix.
Ford boosts pay for directors by 25 percent.
General Mills and Kraft promise to hold line on marketing spending in tough environment.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on February 3, 2012 09:05 AM
AMR CEO defends job cuts at American Airlines.
AOL doubles down with investment in Huffington Post streaming TV network.
Apple dealt legal setback against Motorola, expands patent fight with Samsung.
Amazon could burn through its cash.
AstraZeneca plans to cut another 7,300 jobs.
Banana Republic brings back Mad Men collection with AMC.
Chipotle holds the line on pricing.
Chrysler re-launches in U.K. with Super Bowl spot on Sky.
Coca-Cola ties effort encouraging teens to Black History Month.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on October 18, 2011 08:45 AM
Air France replaces CEO, Mercedes-Benz USA CEO is ousted in Daimler exec shuffle, and Olympus shares plunge as its CEO is fired.
Apple sells 4 million iPhone 4S units in first weekend, as Samsung sues to block the device in Japan and Australia and HTC loses Apple patent case in US. Steve Jobs' Silicon Valley memorial service reportedly filled with humor and music, as company prepares to honor late co-founder and report earnings on Tuesday. Starbucks and Apple are also partnering in the UK on free music downloads.
Mattel eyes UK's HIT Entertainment, home to Thomas the Tank Engine and other kids' properties.
Bank of America posts $6.2 billion quarterly profit, while Goldman Sachs reports $428 million loss.
BlackBerry customers receive free apps and tech support to make amends for outages.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 10, 2011 08:59 AM
Netflix abruptly abandons plans to rent DVDs and kills Qwikster brand before it launches.
Disney CEO Bob Iger announces he will step down in 2015.
American Apparel finds new fans in Europe.
Apple iPhone pre-sale orders sell out, while overall iPhone sales may not be so rosy.
Chrysler plans to pare minivan offerings as part of brand rationalization and product-portfolio streamlining as the company winds up talks with UAW.
Conde Nast to develop video and online content.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on September 26, 2011 05:59 PM
Amazon is set to unveil the Kindle Fire e-reader on Wednesday, with Conde Nast, Hearst and Meredith on board, but Time Inc. negotiations going down to the wire.
Boeing confident about Dreamliner output as All Nippon Airways prepares for aircraft's first commercial flight.
Chrysler lets car buyers track production and delivery.
Coca-Cola CEO is "cautiously pleased" with company outlook.
Jay-Z announces the New Jersey Nets will be renamed the Brooklyn Nets, and that he'll kick off the NBA team's new home at the Barclays Center with an eight-concert series in Sept. 2012.
John Hancock extends "Who Knew?" campaign.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on July 27, 2011 06:00 PM
Apple, Microsoft and Cisco lead Moody's richest companies list, while iPhone 5 anticipation grows.
Banks bracing for US downgrade don't see panic yet.
Dunkin' shares jump 46% on first day of trading.
LVMH now owns 20% of Hermes.
NBC faces objections to upcoming series about the Playboy club.
PayPal boycotted by hacktivists.
Samsung reigns as Android champion.
Spanx taps into women's gym wear popularity.
Starbucks Facebook strategy shows value of engagement.
UBS sued by US regulator over $4.5 billion of mortgages.