KARL GREENBERG

Karl Greenberg writes about automotive, consumer-packaged-goods, sports, and travel for “Marketing Daily.” Prior to this, he was the automotive editor at "Brandweek" magazine. He was also the Internet advertising technology writer for "Adweek," and petrochemical editor at "Chemical Market Reporter". You can reach Karl at karl@mediapost.com.

Results for December 2011
  • 2011 Was Mixed Bag For Auto, Packaged Goods Writer
    Last year saw Top 10 stories about Trojans, Durangos, cause marketing, apps. ...
  • Ousted Mercedes Exec Fights Back
    Ernst Lieb, the U.S. Chief Executive fired last October for allegedly violating ...
  • Foxwoods And Mohegan Casinos Challenged
    Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun, struggling with declining revenue and debts, have another ...
  • Granola Cereal Goes National
    McCabe's Granola, the all-natural cereal launched by two University of Cincinnati graduate ...
  • Holiday Analysis: Flat Sales
    Holiday retail sales are flat, suggesting economic expansion is still struggling. J. ...
  • Gift Receipts Popular This Year
    According to NRF's 2011 Holiday Returns Survey, 61.9% of holiday shoppers say ...
  • Samsung Galaxy Notes A Hit
    The Galaxy Note has managed to ship 1 million units in less ...
  • Edmunds.com's Anwyl On Autos, Part I
    In this two-parter, we speak with Jeremy Anwyl, vice chairman of Edmunds.com, ...
  • Women's Expectations Don't Equal Their Motivations
    There are more women motivated to have balance in life and be ...
  • Aramark To Serve It Up In Philly
    Half the fun, okay, all the fun of going to a sports ...
  • Is Sun Setting On Sun Life Naming Rights?
    Sun Life Stadium, home to the NFL's Miami Dolphins, University of Miami ...
  • Retail Bargains Rise As Sales Dip
    Retailers are offering big post-holiday discounts this year. Holiday sales will rise ...
  • Motor City, Make Room For MoDelhi
    The Delhi auto show opens several days before the North American International ...
  • Best Buy Mia Culpa
    Best Buy Co., the world's largest electronics chain by revenue, boosted discounts ...
  • States Weigh In On Cigarette Labels
    Two dozen states and U.S. territories are weighing in on a lawsuit ...
  • Altria Group Launches Smokers Rights Site
    The Altria Group's Philip Morris USA, U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Co. and John ...
  • Some Fun At Others Peoples' Expense
    Admit it, there's no harm in enjoying other peoples' screwups now and ...
  • Automakers To Get Small In Detroit
    The North American International Auto Show is around the corner, with press ...
  • American Apparel Expands In UK
    Los Angeles-based American Apparel is opening a new store in Westfield London, ...
  • Sears To Close 100-120 Stores
    Retailer Sears Holdings Corp. said it plans to close 100-120 Kmart and ...
  • Weight Loss: Charles Barkley Vs. Terry Bradshaw
    Nutrisystem has signed NFL Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw as a spokesperson ...
  • Chrysler Kills Caliber
    Chrysler Group LLC ended production of the much-maligned Dodge Caliber this week, ...
  • NFL Sacks NBA On Opening Day
    Good news for Sprint, Nike, Adidas, Taco Bell, Kia, AutoTrader.com and other ...
  • Pizza Hut Celebrates 15 Years In India
    In India, one of the fastest-growing branded restaurants markets in the world, ...
  • But ... Pizza Hut Has Lost To KFC There
    KFC, which almost quit India due to protests from health and animal ...
  • BP Launches Ads Touting Progress
    BP has launched a national television-advertising campaign designed to tell the U.S. ...
  • Hyundai Makes Music, Art For Veloster
    The project epitomizes Hyundai's approach for the car, involving as it does ...
  • Autos Sprint To (Relatively) Big Finish
    We are coming down the stretch, and everyone in the auto business ...
  • Hyundai Taps Chapman For Design
    Hyundai America Technical Center, Inc. has tapped Christopher Chapman to be chief ...
  • TheraMax Launches Location-based Push
    TheraBiogen, Inc., which makes and distributes homeopathic nasal sprays for allergies, cold ...