Leave it to Steve Jobs to break tech news posthumously. There are thousands of stories out there following up on Jobs' comment in Walter Isaacson's new bio (and Issacson's discussing it on "60 Minutes" Sunday) that he had "cracked the code" on making interactive television "simple and elegant." What will it look like? Will it be as revolutionary as other Apple products have been? And what might this mean to the market and marketing? ...
Getting viewers' attention amid the plethora of often-frantic fast-food TV ads out there gets more difficult by the day. But a new campaign from ... Read the whole story
The Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas, slated for early November, is kind of like the auto version of Fashion Week, but ... Read the whole story
Celebrity Cruises is collaborating with Rodale Inc. to offer a new series of interactive onboard activities themed around healthy eating choices. The first initiative ... Read the whole story
Despite rising food prices, consumers (at least for the most part) have made relatively few changes to their grocery shopping and eating habits. But ... Read the whole story
Brother, maker of P-touch label maker, has enlisted seven "Extreme Office Ambassadors" to showcase exactly how durable the labels are in extreme work environments. ... Read the whole story
Apple, Hershey's, and surprisingly, Sprite (not Coke or Pepsi) are three of the top brands for youth, according to the 2012 Harris Poll Youth ... Read the whole story
Kraft Foods is continuing its relationship as the Official Cookie of NASCAR and Stewart-Haas Racing. The company is using the relationship to promote its ... Read the whole story