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In the News: Groupon, DeBeers, MF Global & more

Posted by Dale Buss on November 4, 2011 08:55 AM

In the News

Groupon prices IPO as executives see hope in parallels to Amazon.

DeBeers now controlled by Anglo American.

MF Global Holdings CEO Jon Corzine resigns amid firm's implosion.

AMD to cut 1,400 jobs.

Apple fights discounts tooth and nail.

Church's Chicken focuses on family in new ads.

Columbia Sportswear uses outerwear "anti-spokesperson."

FOX to push envelope (and advertisers' buttons) with Glee episode featuring sex between gay teens.

Full Tilt Poker nears settlement with U.S.

Glamour wins advertisers "likes" by marrying Facebook and 2-D bar codes.

Google to index Facebook comments in search results as it ponders pay TV.

Kodak pictures tightening squeeze.

LinkedIn plans to offer more shares.

Nintendo's Wii is the strongest tech brand among teens, according to new study.

Novartis parodies headaches for Excedrin campaign.

Qantas reassures lawmakers it will remain Australian as carrier deals with grounding fallout.

RediClinic kicks off holiday weight-loss promotion with free-grocery offer.

Samsung uses gaming techniques online.

Sears Holdings CMO to depart.

Target drives sales despite leadership uncertainty.

U.S. unemployment rate declines to 9 percent though hiring remains sluggish.


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November 9, 2011 05:24 AM #

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