Posted by Abe Sauer on August 12, 2011 12:00 PM
Call it a loogo — the looted logo for the London 2012 Olympics making the rounds this week.
For the tech-savvy felon: iPad cases made from Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff's pants (for her, there's iChoo).
There's a movement afoot to stop the Rapunzel-like long receipt madness.
Chipkos introduces the most expensive flip-flop in history, at $18,000 a pair. (What else to wear with Billionaire Vodka?)
What potential for ambush marketing between brands can be created from this anti-neo-Nazi en-Nazi shirt?
Inquiring moms want to know: what does Tide have against tomboys? (via)
Lindsay Lohan spot with Air New Zealand's cheeky Rico "contains themes of a sensitive nature":
British beach-volleyball champs sign QR sponsorship deal with gambling outfit to encourage men to point their mobile phone cameras at women's rear ends.
"Made in China" is not taking over the US.
Uncle Walt would not approve of any headline that begins "Disney Reinvents the Vibrator..."Cintas, the uniform and bathroom supplier, sponsors America's Best Bathroom competition.A slowing China market means Ford faces downward pricing pressure.
Conde Nast puts the kibosh on mocking Twitter feed.Must-listen American Public Media program "Marketplace Radio" gets an Apple app. How a promise of "brand loyalty" got Walmart involved in a political scandal.
Kinoki slammed for deceptive marketing.
Krispy Kreme doughnut cheeseburger comes to Toronto. Related: Health officials investigate T.O. heart attack rate spike.
Was Newsweek paying for most of its traffic to boost its value in merger with The Daily Beast?Madea-franchise star Tyler Perry could get his own cable network.
"Air Patakis." A notorious prison sneaker gets a makeover.
The American Postal Workers Union makes their case, as word comes that US Postal Service may lay off 120,000 workers:
Is a Facebook dress the best argument for an "unlike" button?
Thai Life Insurance goes for the heartstrings in latest ad:
And in China, Hu Ge is back for 7UP with a long and trippy Snow White-inspired short film.
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