Posted by Dale Buss on January 21, 2011 09:00 AM
Anheuser-Busch plans to slim down Super Bowl advertising and feature Stella Artois brand.
Bank of America posts loss.
British Airways name replaced on London Stock Exchange with IAG ticker with Iberia merger.
GE CEO Jeff Immelt will lead President Obama’s council on jobs and competitiveness, replacing Paul Volcker. Meanwhile, GE’s earnings jump, indicating “momentum.”
Google co-founder Larry Page re-takes the reins, indicating an effort to restore the company’s start-up spark.
Guinness becomes first official bear of Six Nations rugby tournament.
NHS polls British citizens with Moodometer app ahead of national wellbeing survey.
Kellogg’s takes more global approach to marketing.
LivingSocial aims to remain a serious rival to Groupon.
Pizza Hut offers movies-on-demand promotions.
Virgin America teams with VH1 in promotion of new Cancun service.
Warner Music seeks buyers.
Wendy’s/Arby’s Group could fetch more than $300 million in a sale of the Arby’s brand, analysts say.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's story could be coming to movie theaters.