In the News: Samsung, Chick-fil-A, Visa and more


In the News

Samsung mocks iPhone 5 buyers in latest commercial.

Chick-fil-A backs down and vows to stop donating to anti-LGBT groups.

Visa shifts global creative duties back to BBDO.

AOL names female CFO.

AT&T faces backlash over Apple FaceTime restrictions, while CEO explains anti-texting and driving push.

Bed Bath & Beyond beats the odds.

Citibank credit card is coming to China.[more]

Consumer Reports raises alarm over arsenic levels in rice.

Dodge launches Dart Smart challenge to educate employees.

Fiat dumps Tata Motors dealers.

Ford CMO Farley has high hopes for Random Acts of Fusion campaign.

French Connection profits plunge.

Gap to launch capsule collections by six up and coming menswear designers.

Google on track to beat Facebook as display ad chief, spans planet on single data network.

Google launches self-service consumer surveys with Harris Interactive research.

Groupon offers merchants credit card discounts.

Heineken on course to add Tiger beer brand to its stable.

Japan tests Twitter and mobile apps in emergency drills.

JCPenneyturning into a mall” as in-store shops expand. Next stop: Disney boutiques.

Jordan Brand signs NBA rookie.

L’Oreal Paris names Lea Michele as new U.S. brand ambassador.

Lufthansa to launch new low-cost brand.

Nestle supports nationwide health program for the elderly in China.

News Corp. spars with shareholders over hacking scandal as BSkyB is cleared.

Nike announces new $8 billion share repurchase program.

Playboy uncorks wine club.

Post–Newsweek stations form digital media hub.

Saban Brands acquires kid-safe online content provider.

Saint Laurent Paris to open first standalone boutique, in China.

Salesforce expands social media offering to fend off competition.

Time Warner Cable incurs the wrath of Picard.

Unilever bets on Magnum ice cream.

USA Today new logo razzed by Stephen Colbert.

Vimeo asks users to help pay video creators.

Warby Parker launches first TV campaign.

Where’s Waldo turns 25.

YouTube sued by “Innocence of Muslims” actress.