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In the News: NHL, Boston Market, Burberry and more

Posted by Alicia Ciccone on November 27, 2013 09:23 AM

In the News

NHL makes NFL play with more unscripted programming, outdoor games—and concussion lawsuits.

Boston Market expects to see biggest Thanksgiving sales yet.

Burberry appeals China ban on trademark pattern.

Atlanta Braves see council approve $300 million, move to suburbs. 

BlackBerry rolls out BBM social network.

Burger King expands presence in France.

Facebook tries to find balance with onslaught of sponsored posts.

Instagram is now publishing a new ad almost every day.

L'Oreal names new global CMO.

Louis Vuitton stunt in Moscow's Red Square doesn't go over well.

Men's Wearhouse wants to be the buyer in Jos. A. Bank deal.

Microsoft enlists Pawn Stars in latest Scroogled campaign against Chromebook.

MillerCoors celebrates 'Repeal Day.'

Motorola's Moto G makes early debut in US.

Oneida Indian Nation will air radio ads over Thanksgiving on continued fight over Washington Redskins' likeness.

Pilot Flying J to pay $85 million settlement.

Rolls-Royce to build a salmon tanker.

Royal Mail sees first-half profits rise.

TiVo subscribers are on the rise.

Wendy's kills-off famed pretzel bun for brioche.

Zappos runs Wheel of Fortune-type game with baggage carousel at Houston airport.

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