Birks, the Canadian jewelry brand, explains the Meghan Markle effect—good and bad.
Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Salesforce and other tech brands see employee protests.
Groupon may be shopping itself to potential buyers.
Mastercard is in talks with UK banks to advance biometric tech applications.
Mothercare, the iconic British baby goods retailer, closes stores in restructuring move.
Nissan admits to falsifying emissions data in Japan.
Ryanair summer strikes reinforce airline’s negative perception.
Citroën tackles motion sickness with “Seetroën glasses”:
Evian USA weans itself off baby-centric advertising in new campaign.
“Got Milk?” returns with multicultural campaign.
Gucci blows up its logo on new sneakers:
— gucci (@gucci) July 6, 2018
Old Spice debuts new ads:
Progressive Insurance releases new spots:
Starbucks aims to eliminate plastic straws by 2020.
— Starbucks News (@Starbucksnews) July 9, 2018
Simulating maneuvering through a narrow passage pic.twitter.com/2z01Ut3vxJ
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 9, 2018
& you can now buy a BMW in the UK using Bitcoin:
Stephen James is now accepting Bitcoin for the purchase of your new BMW! Contact us today to find out more about how you can use Bitcoin to walk away with a brand new vehicle #bitcoin #bitpay pic.twitter.com/qN1Bq5Juc1
— Stephen James BMW (@SJBMWGroup) July 5, 2018