Posted by Sheila Shayon on June 4, 2012 11:02 AM
As GE celebrates a decade in the wind power business, there's finally some global recognition for companies commiting to wind energy.
WindMade is the world's first global consumer label for companies, events and products using wind power. Backed by the UN Global Compact, participating companies must obtain at least 25% of their electricity from wind power.
“Every time you pass this (above) video along, you are bringing more wind energy to the world. For each view WindMade will source wind energy equivalent to 500 times the amount of power consumed by watching this one video.”
The WindMade label has the dual purpose of letting companies communicate their commitment to renewable energy, and providing consumers the choice to do business with companies and products using wind power.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 4, 2012 08:55 AM
GM pressures TV networks for discounts in upfront.
Ducati is booming in North America.
Facebook sees future in India, and explores access for under-13-year-olds as fallout from botched IPO continues.
Adidas sues Merrell over three-stripe design.
Apple/Motorola patent trial will feature Steve Jobs 'testimony.'
Big Tobacco goes to war in California.
BlackBerry-maker RIM victim of own 'identity crisis' (at least it's still cool with South African youths).Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 21, 2012 09:01 AM
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing files for bankruptcy.
Chipotle faces federal probe.
Facebook deals with aftermath of less-than-stellar IPO showing, as NASDAQ admits some fault and site faces pressure to perform for advertisers. Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, meanwhile, surprises with post-IPO wedding to his longtime girlfriend.
Alibaba and Yahoo strike a $7 bullion stock deal.
AT&T sings praises of Facebook fans.
Apple and Samsung talk today about ending smartphone-patent war.
Barclays to sell $6.1 billion BlackRock stake.
BMW Guggenheim Lab prepares Berlin debut.
Carl's Jr. seeks $100-million IPO.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 7, 2012 09:01 AM
ABC News and Univision team up to launch 24-hour English-language news channel for Hispanic viewers.
American Airlines seeks more overseas flights amid US Airways bid, Bloomberg says.
Amtrak enlists iPhone as service tool.
Apple may be ready to settle iPad China trademark dispute.
AT&T CEO regrets unlimited data iPhone plan.
Barclays enters U.S. banking fray with online service.
Budweiser sees boycott by NYT's Nick Kristof, while Bud Light tries to manage line extensions.
CBS steers younger viewers to 60 Minutes.
Chinese consumers are rejecting "Made in China."Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on March 22, 2012 08:50 AM
Alexander McQueen brand expands to bespoke tailor on London's Savile Row.
American Airlines parent AMR reportedly eyeing bankruptcy court to void union contracts.
Angry Birds Space lands.
Apple antitrust suit would impact Amazon book monopoly.
Associated Press picks CEO successor.
AT&T reinvents the steering wheel.
Benihaha becomes target of takeover bids.
China factory activity shrinks in March.
Datsun revival seen as Nissan strategy not to devalue Infiniti.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on March 13, 2012 08:45 AM
Apple balks at Proview's iPad trademark demands; held cross-licensing talks with Motorola, EU reveals.
AT&T expands 4G LTE rollout.
Audi said to be in talks to buy Ducati.
BabyBjorn gets a boost from Beyonce, while New York Times logo gets boosted by Jay-Z in Amex-sponsored show at SXSW.
Bob Lutz defends the Chevy Volt.
China promotes its homegrown brands.
Coca-Cola lobbyists spend millions to defeat soda taxes, hires Jean-Paul Gaultier as Diet Coke's European creative director.
Facebook sued by Yahoo for allegedly infringing patents, while Timeline apps inspire developers.
Friendly's ice cream chain expands ordering and loyalty online.
Intel reportedly eyes web TV service.
Jeremy Lin may endorse Volvo in China.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on February 14, 2012 08:55 AM
Amazon expands into original programming for web and TV, while Senate bill may close Virginia's "Amazon loophole."
Angry Birds lands on Facebook.
Apple shares close above $500, breaking more records, while brand announces iPad 3 release for March 7, testing "iPad Mini" tablet with smaller screen.
Burt's Bees launches spinoff aimed at Gen Y.
Chipotle steals buzz at Grammy's with Willie Nelson/Coldplay commercial.
Ford may have last laugh over Chevrolet with Super Bowl truck ad.
Google sees Motorola Mobility acquisition approved by EU and US.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...