week in review

Top 10 Stories of the Week, From Skittles to Kraft

Posted by Michael Waltzer on March 23, 2012 04:30 PM

Our most-read blog posts of the week:

#1 Skittles Becomes a Symbol of Trayvon Martin Shooting Protests

#2 Doritos Gets Jacked Up at SXSW

#3 Social Notworking: Read Interbrand's New Report on the Corporate Digital Divide

#4 Glock Misfires With Lifestyle Apparel Line

#5 Is Apple A Secret Rush Limbaugh Advertiser?

#6 Lionsgate Aces the Selling of “The Hunger Games”

#7 Hitler In Advertising: Shockingly Unoriginal

#8 Mondelēz, Mondelēz: Kraft Employees Name Soon to Be Spun Off Snacks Unit

#9 PepsiCo Spurs Digital-Marketing Innovation in Brazil and India

#10 Jeremy Lin and Volvo Tie the Knot

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