Around the Net In Brand Marketing Issues for February 2009
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Friday, Feb. 27, 2009
Eddie Bauer Reorients To Mountaineering Apparel, Gear
Coen Brothers' TV Spot Takes On 'Clean Coal' Claims
Incentive Travel Suffers As Politicos Take Aim At Bailout Recipients
Dell Will Continue To Cut Costs; Needs To Drive Revenue
Mars Cooks Up Whole Grain Version Of Uncle Ben's
Online Social-Media Firms, P&G To Meet
J.Lo Sues Stroller Company For $30 Million
Safeway to Suppliers: Lower Prices Or We'll Push Private Label
Coke, Nestle Settle Suit Over Weight-Loss Claims For Enviga
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Thursday, Feb. 26, 2009
Old Navy Launches 'SuperModelquins' Campaign
Malls Struggle To Stay Alive As Traditional Tenants' Fortunes Flag
Saks Says Steep Discounting Is Behind It Now
Marketers Tempting Shoppers With Twofers
Feds Accuse Forest Labs Of Kickbacks, Illegal Marketing
L'Oréal Paris To Shutter U.S. Retail Stores
Apple Board Defends Disclosures On Jobs' Health
Kellogg Rep Takes Rap After Phelps Flap
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009
Online Coupons Surging As Economy Sputters
Book Aimed At Tweens Is A Hit With Japanese Business People
Malls Opening Later And Closing Earlier
Industry Conferences Adjust To Lean Travel Budgets
Liz Claiborne Will Use Outside Firm For Global Sourcing
ARF: TV Ads Are Still Effective, If Not More So
How Positive Psychology Can Boost Your Business
Live Nation And Ticketmaster Face Skeptical Lawmakers
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009
Change Coming For 'Revolutionary Change' At Toyota
Snuggie Pub Crawl Creeps Into Our Viral Conscious
Jon Leibowitz Expected To Be Named FTC Chairman
After Backlash, US Airways To Again Give Away Sodas, Coffee
CMO Council Survey Probes Internal Obstacles
American Express Offers To Pay To Close Accounts
Nike Ad Ribs Five Golfers Not Named Tiger
Ticketmaster To Change Online Sales Practices
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Monday, Feb. 23, 2009
Blue Skies Ahead For Private Label
Brands Adjust Their Marketing Strategies For Recession
Mr. Clean, Meet Mr. Electrolyzed Tap Water
Top Brands Struggle To Maintain Customer Service
Pizza Chains Battered By Rising Prices And Changing Tastes
Tropicana Returning To Old Packaging After Consumer Clamor
Home Gardeners Preparing Shovel-Ready Projects
Honda Replaces President Amid Sales Slump
Saab Says Carmakers Line Up To Rescue GM Arm
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Friday, Feb. 20, 2009
Saab Seeks Reorganization; Swedes Point Finger At GM
Marketing Society Electing Top Brand For Past 50 Years
CPG CEOs Say Higher Prices Are Here To Stay
Minneapolis Cops Get A Makeover
Consultants Colton And Bernard Commit Double Suicide
Forrester: Customer Experience Impacts Loyalty
Suit Over Windows Vista Marketing No Longer Class Action
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009
GM's Plan To Cut Brands Could Give Toyota U.S. Sales Lead
Food Marketers Going The Safe Route With Line Extensions
Starbucks' Soluble Via Gets Instant Approval From Journos
Hewlett-Packard Sales Slip More Than Expected
Fantasy, Invention At New York Fashion Week
Disney Combines Theme Park Functions In Prelude To Job Cuts
Geico's Lizard Offers A New Message Of Reassurance
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009
Pepsi's 'Invertising' Infuses Employees With New Campaign
Kraft Unveils Happy New Logo for Corporate Communications
Big Brands Mix It Up With Store Brands In Displays
Detroit Asks For Larger Infusion Of Fed Funds; GM Trims Brands
Starbucks' Schultz Talks Up Market Potential For Via
Trump Seeks Distance From Casino Group
Activists Sue Cleaning Product Makers For Ingredient Disclosure
Apple Offers Online Music Lessons On Garageband
Georgia Takes Up PR Fight On Behalf Of The Peanut
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2009
Bounty Says 'Bring It'
Finesse Updates Its Look And Saves Money In The Process
Peanuts Stir Controversy On Northwest Airlines Flights
PETA Boycotting McDonald's Over Chicken
Foster's Will Separate Wine From Beer Operations
Ex-Winston Pitchman Suing Tobacco Industry
Proof Is In The Pudding: Foodmakers Cut Offerings
Samsung Launches Solar-Powered Phone
European Luxury-Car Companies Adjust Strategies
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Monday, Feb. 16, 2009
Changes Afoot For The Marketing Industry Known As Art
Budget Slashing Is A Snowball Running Downhill
Toy Fair Opens In New York; Familiar Brands Go High Tech
American Airline's Marketing Chief: Fees Are Here To Stay
Obama To Appoint Team For Auto Recovery
Barkley In First T-Mobile's TV Spot Since DUI Arrest
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