Posted by Dale Buss on December 6, 2011 09:05 AM
American Airlines parent AMR may have to shrink.
Allstate ties in with Autism Speaks organization.
BP alleges that Halliburton destroyed evidence in Gulf of Mexico spill.
Coca-Cola drinks were tampered with, Chinese government claims.
ESPN gets knocked over soaring costs by cable-TV operators.
Flipboard launches app in China.
Ford begins search to replace CEO Alan Mulally ahead of his retirement.
Green Bay Packers sell "shares" in team.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on December 1, 2011 09:04 AM
Adobe acquires web marketing firm.
AT&T and T-Mobile explore joint venture as Plan B to merger.
Burger King launches QSR fries battle as Wendy's moves closer to topping the chain in market share.
BMW and Toyota will cooperate on diesel engines and green research.
Boeing makes peace with labor.
Coca-Cola gets frosty reception for white holiday cans; partners with (RED) for World AIDS Day.
Foursquare rolls out new buttons for publishers.
Google+ enhances brand pages.
Intuit to offer free tax advice on the phone.
McDonald's finds way around Happy Meal toy ban in San Francisco.
NBCUniversal plans second Harry Potter theme park.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 30, 2011 08:55 AM
ABC dismisses rumors of Pan Am's demise.
Amazon continues being coy about Kindle sales.
Apple's Siri can handle Viagra but not abortions.
AT&T disturbed by FCC report.
Audi finds success with youthful marketing.
BBC web redesign goes live in the UK.
Carlsberg acquires Vietnamese brewer.
Google and Facebook ordered to de-index counterfeit domains.
Jack Daniel's holiday campaign celebrates brand's Lynchburg, Tenn. roots.
Janet Jackson teams up with Blackglama to design luxury fur line.
Microsoft Office is reportedly coming to the iPad as Windows tablet hopes fade.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 21, 2011 08:54 AM
Alleghany to buy Transatlantic.
American Apparel acting president quits.
Apple leapfrogs Argos to become 2nd biggest online retailer in the U.K., as textbooks and photography tops its new product priorities and Grand Central NYC store prepares to open and iPhone 4S heads to China.
Berkshire Hathaway to invite Wall Street analysts to annual meeting for once as Warren Buffett, excited about Japan, says company could spend $10 billion on its next acquisition.
Best Buy sees shoppers in Florida camping out since last week for Black Friday.
Chevron accepts responsibility for oil spill off Brazil.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 18, 2011 09:02 AM
Accenture introduces global brand campaign.
Alamo trademark flap resolved in Texas.
Anna's Thins cookies adopt a new look.
Apple's iPad tested as voting device in Oregon, continues "App Store" fight with Amazon.
Best Buy ups holiday spending and introduces "Game On, Santa" campaign.
Boeing wins its biggest-ever commercial-jet deal even as mechanism for deal is criticized.
Cannes adds Mobile Lions award.
Coach pushes for China to become its No. 1 market within three years.
Deutsche Borse and NYSE seek to appease European Union.
Fiat introduces another TV commercial featuring Jennifer Lopez and its Gucci edition.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 17, 2011 09:25 AM
Abercrombie & Fitch tells investors it discounted prices too much.
Accenture calls on clients to help make a statement.
American Airlines and union plan to return to talks.
Apple's iPhone passes BlackBerry as business favorite.
BP faces charges over Alaska spill.
Chrysler plans to invest heavily in building Jeeps in Toledo, Ohio.
Corona brings back long-time holiday spot.
Delphi prices IPO at $22 a share.
DirecTV unveils dramatic man-vs.-wolf action in new spot.
GE bets on software development.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on November 15, 2011 09:01 AM
Amazon projects 5M Kindle sales by year-end.
American Airlines makes long-awaited proposal to pilot union.
American Express expands Small Business Saturday.
Apple strikes up iTunes Match as Google prepares music launch.
AstraZeneca sees that its anti-cholesterol drug Crestor fails to beat Lipitor, by Pfizer, in new study.
AT&T and Verizon expand via cloud services.
BMW launches on-demand music service with MOG.
Cracker Barrel finally targets local customers.
Ford partners with Zynga for Escape launch.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...