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In the News: Eli Manning, Mitt Romney, Lloyd Blankfein and more

Posted by Dale Buss on February 6, 2012 08:58 AM

In the News

BMW faces snafu in Europe marketing a Mini cold front.

Boeing checks 787 Dreamliners for possible delamination.

Eli Manning's star rises with second Super Bowl win, edging personal brands of brother Peyton and rival Tom Brady.

Facebook is challenged by monetizing mobile.

Ford says majority of big-market dealers are on board for investments in Lincoln brand.

GM aims for $10 billion in annual profit.

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein emerges as corporate spokesman for same-sex marriage.

HP nods toward activist investors.

Honda pulls forward major changes to struggling Civic this fall.

Micron Technology appoints new CEO after death of Steven Appleton.

Mitt Romney shores up momentum in GOP presidential race with victory in Nevada.

NBC and NFL apologize for halftime-show Super Bowl incident featuring M.I.A. as network spends millions on buildup to tonight's debut of Smash.

Susan G. Komen attempts to recover from PR crisis.

TrueCar alters web pricing under fire.


Maquete Brazil says:

You can create a rhyme on this post.

February 6, 2012 11:46 AM #

Recurso de multa de transito Brazil says:

Facebook is challenged by monetizing mobile.
I agree! I think it's more obvious!

February 6, 2012 11:47 AM #

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