The caption at the top of a "Los Angeles Times" piece this morning that no doubt sent shivers down the spines of a lot of locovores, organic foodies and just smaller companies around the world: "Monsanto aims to dominate today's $3-billion global market for produce seeds, much as it already has done with corn and soybeans," it reads. And a paragraph in the middle of the story doesn't help. ...
The Center for Digital Democracy, Consumer Action, Consumer Watchdog and the Praxis Project allege that Frito-Lay is engaging in "covert" advertising/marketing efforts through "immersive ... Read the whole story
Nielsen has struck a partnership with Carrier IQ to measure the performance of mobile services, networks and devices. The alliance will leverage Carrier IQ's ... Read the whole story
Coca-Cola ranks as the world's No. 1 brand in a Covario study focusing on the Facebook health of 100 leading advertisers. Hyundai, MTV, Disney ... Read the whole story
Hyundai Motor America brought a fleet of new Veloster cars to the New York metropolitan area on Tuesday to give reporters both a rundown ... Read the whole story
The main component of the program is its website, www.PurplePurse.com, which is disguised as an online shopping magazine. Read the whole story
In a twist meant to make the annual splurge-book a bit more civic-minded, the Dallas-based retailer says eight charities are linked to sales of ... Read the whole story
The organization says inaugural network partners include Barnes & Noble, Preserve, MillionTreesNYC, thredUP, Earth911, Rent the Runway and UncommonGoods. Read the whole story