week in review

Top 10 Stories of the Week: From Oscar Night to JCPenny and more

Posted by Michael Waltzer on March 1, 2013 04:30 PM

Our most-read blog posts of the week:

#1 In-N-Out Burger Biggest Loser on Oscar Night

#2 Announcing the 2013 Brandcameo Product Placement Award Winners

#3 Toyota, Japanese Brands Keep U.S. Down in Consumer Reports' "Best Cars" Rank

#4 2013 Oscars: Brands Seek Star Power With Tim Burton, Jennifer Aniston, Naomi Watts and more

#5 Lana Del Rey Croons for Jaguar, Latest in Auto-Branded Video Boom

#6 Heineken's "The Candidate" the Latest in Extreme Interviewing

#7 H&M Launches Garment Recycling Program Across All Markets

#8 Big 10 Food Brands Fail Oxfam Report UPDATE

#9 Oreo Continues Its Ascent to Social Media Fame

#10 JCPenney Hopes to Breathe Life into Retail Sales with Pop-Up Shops

week in review

Top 10 Stories of the Week: From the Sony PlayStation 4 to The Oscars and more

Posted by Michael Waltzer on February 22, 2013 04:30 PM

Our most-read blog posts of the week:

#1 Rumor Mill Churns Ahead of Sony PlayStation 2013 Announcement

#2 Costco CEO: We Shouldn't Have Used Tiffany to Describe Rings [EXCLUSIVE]

#3 BlackBerry Popularity Rises in Wake of BB10 Launch

#4 Hi Neighbour: Target Readies for its Canadian Invasion

#5 Heineken's "The Candidate" the Latest in Extreme Interviewing

#6 Pepsi Does the Harlem Shake, Coca-Cola Reveals Marc Jacobs-Designed Cans

#7 Oscar is the Word: Academy Awards Officially Rebrand Show for 2013

#8 Kate Spade Saturday Launches Despite Dispute Over Name

#9 Project Glass is Now in Session: Google Wants You to Try Out High-Tech Glasses

#10 Tiffany Does Battle—Again—With a Non-Luxury Seller

week in review

Top 10 Stories of the Week: From the Grammys to the Toy Fair and more

Posted by Michael Waltzer on February 15, 2013 04:30 PM

Our most-read blog posts of the week:

#1 Watch Miracle Whip #KAOM #Grammys Music Video With Susan Boyle, Lance Bass and the Village People

#2 Mayo Clinic: Explaining the Hellmann's Jar in 'Silver Linings Playbook'

#3 Toy Fair: 'Breaking Bad' Action Figures, a 'Julius' Spinoff, New Crayons and more

#4 Adidas Looks to Boost Sales With High-Tech Running Shoe, Britney and Selena

#5 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Woos Women With Help From Target

#6 Ad Watch: Grammy Awards Follow Super Bowl as Brand Campaign Launchpad

#7 As Stranded Cruise Ship Makes Landfall, Carnival's Trouble Is Just Beginning

#8 Poland Spring's #SOTU Social Flop: Rubio Response a Missed "Oreo Moment"

#9 Super Bowl Ad Wrap-Up: Samsung Surges, VW and Ram Spots Endure

#10 Era of Wearable Computers Seems Imminent as Apple, Google Explore Ideas

china

The Week in China: Pizza Hut Fail, 7Up Fireworks, V-Day 'Debauchery' and More

Posted by Abe Sauer on February 15, 2013 12:07 PM

Above, a Chinese New Year brand extension the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group is likely not aware of: 7Up fireworks.

China is the second largest economy in the world and every significant brand's future is impacted by its growth (or collapse)—but who's got the time?! Here's 10 reads that will make you look like a keen China observer in case you find yourself immersed in a cultural conversation.

This week: Valentine's Day "debauchery"... Amazon's Kindle-less Kindle store... PM2.5... Yum!... Renault recall... Bloomingdale’s... the end of free Wi-Fi... Pizza Hut's shrimp tempura, mayo and hotdog pizza... 7Up fireworks... and more. Continue reading...

week in review

Top 10 Stories of the Week: From The Super Bowl to Apple and more

Posted by Michael Waltzer on February 8, 2013 04:30 PM

Our most-read blog posts this week:

#1 #SuperBranding: Watch Nina Agdal's Super Bowl Ad for Carl's Jr. and Hardees

#2 #Superbranding: The Best and Worst Super Bowl 47 Ads

#3 Look Out, Lululemon: Nimble, Lower-Priced Ellie Aims to Make You Sweat

#4 #SuperBranding: Pepsi Taps Funny or Die to Freeze Out Coke Super Bowl Push

#5 Celebrity Mouths Open to Miracle Whip for Grammy Awards #KAOM Promotion

#6 Apple's Inner Workings: New Blueprints for HQ, Plans for Texas, Offices in Tokyo

#7 Ram Truck Ad Wins Praise, But That God-Made Farmer Looks Awfully Familiar

#9 Super Bowl Ad Watch: Of All the 2013 #SB47 Ads, Were Any #SuperBranding VIPs?

#10 Slam Dunk: Nimble and Playful at 100, Oreo Ties Dome Darkness Into Campaign

week in review

Top 10 Stories of the Week: From BlackBerry to the Super Bowl and more

Posted by Michael Waltzer on February 1, 2013 04:30 PM

Our most-read blog posts of the week:

#1 Farewell, RIM: BlackBerry Unveils BB10, Tagline and Creative Director Alicia Keys

#2 Super Bowl Ad Watch: Taco Bell and VW Feel Heat; Kia Joins Pre-Game Day Rush

#3 In Sweden, 7-Eleven Draws On Its Past For a Bold, Retro Redesign

#4 RIM Finally Ready to Unveil BlackBerry 10 to the World

#5 Diet Coke and Pepsi Pick Their Divas in Beyonce and Taylor Swift

#6 Super Bowl Ad Watch: Speed Stick Jumps In as Automakers Pull Out Front

#7 Can BlackBerry Come Back? RIM Gears Up For BlackBerry 10 and Super Bowl

#8 At Sundance, CAA Strays Far Off-Brand With a Wild, NC 17-Rated Blast

#9 Caffeine High: Starbucks Details Brisk Sales, Global Growth, More Baked Goods

#10 Running On Air: Automakers Choose Sides In Race for Hydrogen-Powered Car

week in review

Top 10 Stories of the Week: Super Bowl Ad Watch to Microsoft and more

Posted by Michael Waltzer on January 25, 2013 04:30 PM

Our most-read blog posts of the week:

#1 P&G Looks to Inspire Big Changes from Everyday Acts

#2 Super Bowl Ad Watch: Crowdsourcing Peaks with Coke's 'Mirage' Campaigns

#3 Super Bowl Ad Watch: Mercedes-Benz Teases Superstitions, Kate Upton Spot

#4 OWN Goal: Oprah and Discovery Poised for Lance Armstrong Boost as Ratings, Fees Soar

#5 Year of the Snake Sneakers Arrive As Nike Preps Its Black Mamba, Again

#6 At Chrysler/Fiat, Detroit Auto Show News Competes With Marchionne's Mouth

#7 Student Designer With a New Vision for Microsoft Says He's Joining the Company

#8 Food Network, Turning 20, Refreshes Brand With New Look and Attitude

#9 McDonald's Brand Strength Keeps Its U.S. Customers Coming Back for More

#10  Dodge Dart Lowers Barrier to Entry for Millennials With Online Registry

week in review

Top 10 Stories of the Week: From Coca-Cola to American Airlines Rebrand and more

Posted by Michael Waltzer on January 18, 2013 04:45 PM

Our most-read blog posts of the week:

#1 Coca-Cola Addresses Obesity Critics With U.S. TV Campaign

#2 Let's Go Crazy: Coca-Cola Aims to Inspire People to Open Happiness

#3 NAIAS 2013: Corvette, Nissan, Lincoln Lift Curtains on New Models

#4 American Airlines Rebrand: Critiques Mix With Calls for Better Service

#5 Social Media Marketing: Tumblr Touts Its Value to Its Users and Brands

#6 NAIAS 2013: At Detroit Auto Show, it's the Year of the SUV

#7 Lipton Refreshes US Branding as Starbucks Heats Up Tazo, Teavana Tea Brands

#8 Twinkies Fate Still Undecided as Wonder Bread Sale Looms

#9 Why Swatch is Mad About Harry, and Why Winston is Exiting the Luxury Biz

#10  Saab's Iconic, Long-Surviving Griffin Won't Adorn Its Next Generation of Cars

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