The latest branding and marketing news, campaigns and other happenings:
— HPE (@HPE) November 2, 2015
ConAgra Foods sells its private label business for $2.7 billion.
Airbnb battles proposed law in San Francisco that would curtail its business model.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Activision buys Candy Crush maker for $5.9 billion.
Apple is working on indoor mapping.
Facebook relaxes real name policy in face of protest.
Google tests web-style responsive billboard ads in London.
Japan plans robot taxi service for 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Jawbone countersues Fitbit in patent spat.
Porsche issues a rare recall.
Snapchat calms down users following privacy scare.
Twinkie gets its own mobile casino app.
Bell Canada salutes service men and women ahead of Remembrance Day.
Call of Duty‘s new ad features model Cara Delevingne and NFL pro Marshawn Lynch:
Coca-Cola introduces a first for the brand—color-changing cans—in Australia.
Fiat Chrysler‘s Chrysler, Dodge and Ram tie into The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 release.
H&M promotes its Balmain collection launching Nov. 5th with Kendall Jenner:
Lidl launches “School of Christmas” campaign on UK TV today:
Mars launches first Celebrations chocolate holiday ad in the UK in a decade.
Mulberry casts a handbag as baby Jesus in #MulberryMiracle holiday advert:
SC Johnson launches Thanksgiving campaign.
Starbucks brings back its holiday red cups.
Oh, hello #RedCups
— Starbucks Coffee (@Starbucks) November 1, 2015
Twitter highlights Moments in its latest ad, starring the Pope:
Victoria’s Secret reveals the 2015 Fantasy Bra: