Posted by Dale Buss on August 27, 2012 09:00 AM
2016 stuns by tapping into anti-Obama sentiment at weekend box office.
ABC seems to be tanking Nightline to make room for Jimmy Kimmel's move.
Apple cements its industry dominance with court victory over Samsung as verdict affirms the value of product-design innovation and raises questions about future of smartphone market.
CNN looks for a boost from HBO shows.
Carrefour needs turnaround plan.
CarMax plans next-generation outlet and entry into smaller markets.
Crain overhauls Advertising Age for digital world.
Facebook wants to redefine how reach is measured.
Ford vows to fix problems with MyFord Touch.
GM tries to avoid becoming bigger political football as presidential campaigns heat up.
Hertz agrees to buy Dollar Thrifty.
Hyundai and Kia accused of dumping cars in France.
IBM speaks to CMOs with new advertising tied to U.S. Open tennis tournament.
Mitsubishi and Suzuki face tough future in U.S. market while Nissan and Mazda plan major rollouts.
Nike and other brands stick by Lance Armstrong.
Starbucks works on converting food waste into laundry detergent and other products.
Univision books Obama and Romney for TV events.
Viacom loads more ads onto channels.