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In the News: Avon, Groupon, Dunkin' and more

Posted by Dale Buss on February 13, 2012 08:58 AM

In the News

ANZ Bank to cut 1,000 jobs as Australia's financial sector aims to correct slump.

Arby's plans brand refresh for third quarter.

Avon bribery-case evidence goes to grand jury, Wall Street Journal says.

Boeing eyes stretched, high-capacity 787.

Dunkin' Brands plans to double U.S. units in 20 years.

Groupon defends its accounting methods.

JetBlue plane wears Boston Red Sox colors.

Kodak runs into opposition over Kodak Theatre naming rights in Los Angeles.

Jeremy Lin fuels NBA frenzy and sales of New York Knicks tickets and merchandise.

Microsoft tests new logo for Windows 8.

News Corp. sees pressure build with weekend arrests for bribery in U.K.

NBC looks for big payoff from Olympics.

Panasonic presses stop on the VCR.

Pepsi slashes agency ranks as part of marketing overhaul.

Samsung outs its latest tablet, Galaxy Tab 2, as patent-based legal spat with Apple grows.

Spirit Airlines embraces role as "poster child" for separate fees.

Stonyfield Farm launches YoKids Greek yogurt and sets move tie-in with release of Dr. Seuss's The Lorax.

University of North Dakota will resume use of Fighting Sioux nickname.

& On the eve of the Grammy Awards, Whitney Houston dies from suspected substance abuse, while British chanteuse Adele dominates the Grammys as producers swiftly and delicately integrate tributes to the departed music icon.

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