Posted by Dale Buss on October 9, 2012 09:03 AM
Yum! Brands third quarter earnings report is being closely watched.
Barclays to buy ING online assets.
Yahoo's Marissa Mayer urged to repurchase stock, profiled in New York magazine.
AT&T shares network with IBM to lure more customers to the cloud.
Amazon veers more into advertising.
American Airlines loses traffic over operational issues.
Apple asked by Taiwan to blur satellite image as Samsung spat dings brand perception.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on September 24, 2012 12:17 PM
TiVo settles patent lawsuit vs Verizon for $250.4M; Verizon will license TiVo technology.
McDonald's brings back annual Monopoly game contest for 20th edition across U.S.
Yahoo's Mayer will lay out vision at all-hands company meeting this week.
Kroger rolls out Simple Truth™ and Simple Truth Organic® private label in-store brands.
Lay's Potato Chips issues last call for consumers to submit next great potato chip flavor idea for a shot at $1 million payout.
Madame Tussauds Hollywood launches first-ever social media contest for 2013 figure.
Neiman Marcus reaches out to fashion bloggers.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on August 16, 2012 08:44 AM
Comedy Central partners with Urban Outfitters on Indecision 2012 collection.
7-11, Walmart, Target and other big retailers team up on mobile wallet to combat Google Wallet.
Apple reportedly in talks with U.S. cable operators to develop a set-top box; and takes a swing at Amazon.
Johnson & Johnson launches ingredient transparency website for baby and beauty products as J&J removes formaldehyde from products.
Bumbo foam child seats recalled following injuries.
Calvin Klein sued by Lululemon for alleged patent infringement.
Chick-fil-A uproar may have inspired gunman.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on August 8, 2012 06:50 PM
Android beats Apple for global market share while Samsung becomes top-selling mobile brand in Europe, and Apple and Samsung court battle continues.
Citi tests foreclosure rentals, steps up digital marketing.
Eli Lilly seen as last hope for Alzheimer's drug as Pfizer and J&J bow out.
Betsey Johnson rebounds from bankruptcy with lower-priced collection set for New York Fashion Week.
BlackBerry-maker RIM stock jumps on Samsung rumors.
Carmen Steffens expands fashion brand from Brazil to US.
Chiquita restructuring plan calls for new CEO.
Dairy Queen promotes Orange Julius brand.
Esprit hires Zara exec as new CEO.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 27, 2012 09:12 AM
Google homepage logo pays tribute to the opening of the XXX Olympic Games in London.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos pledges $2.5 million in support of gay marriage as Chick-Fil-A deals with firestorm created by CEO’s gay-marriage stance.
Barclays reveals new interest-rate probe and more U.S. lawsuits.
Airbus delays A350 over production problems.
Apple acquires fingerprint security firm.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on June 27, 2012 10:15 PM
The New York Times today unveiled its first Chinese-language website, which will publish "about 30 stories a day," according to assistant managing editor Jim Roberts on Twitter. According to a note to readers, "The goal of the new site is to provide China’s growing number of educated, affluent, global citizens with high-quality coverage of world affairs, business and culture. The site will be edited specifically for readers in China, presenting translations of the best of The Times’s award-winning journalism alongside original work by Chinese writers contributing to The Times."
Posted by Dale Buss on June 25, 2012 08:55 AM
AB InBev closes in on buying remainder of Mexico's Grupo Modelo for more than $12 billion.
Apple adds Yelp check-ins to iPhone maps app, sees Motorola Mobility patent case shut down by federal judge and retail workers described by NYT as "loyal but short on pay."
Best Buy tries to regain edge before back-to-school season.
BlackBerry owner RIM reportedly considers a plan to split its company in two.
Cadillac surprises with integration of Apple's Siri voice.
Carl's Jr. and Hardee's set Spider-Man movie tie-in.
Dewar's announces three-year partnership with TED.
Dairy Queen gripes about New York menu restrictions as it enters the city.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on June 4, 2012 09:31 AM
Sunday's New York Times magazine paid tribute to "32 innovations that will change your tomorrow" (and let designers hack its logo as part of the package). Best Buy's new ad campaign also pays tribute to student innovators, while the electronics retailer tips its hat to phone innovation, below.Continue reading...