Monster sues Apple for fraud over Beats deal.
Calvin Klein signs Justin Bieber to new campaign with Lara Stone.[more]
AB InBev plans more of Bud Light‘s “Whatever” campaign for Super Bowl.
AT&T releases updated Eco-Rating standards at CES.
Boeing delivers record number of jets.
Coach deal to acquire Stuart Weitzman concerns Wall Street.
Cronut king Dominique Ansel opens new cronut-free restaurant.
Dunkin’ Donuts expands in Mexico and China.
Google extends ad-viewability push with brands.
Jaguar Land Rover has about 1,400 vehicles stuck on a grounded ship off England.
JCPenney reports stronger-than-expected sales growth.
Jenny Craig re-enlists Kirstie Alley as brand ambassador.
Keurig Green Mountain reels in Dr Pepper Snapple for soda pods in new machine.
Lenovo focuses on integration rather than new acquisitions in 2015.
Lilly Pulitzer revealed as next Target designer collaboration.
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Nike harnesses personalized video for Nike+ new year’s campaign.
RCA debuts new brand campaign at CES.
Rolls-Royce is deciding on adding an SUV.
Shell pays $80 million in compensation for two 2008 oil spills in Nigeria.
Volkswagen bets heavily on new SUVs.
WhatsApp hits 700 million monthly users.
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