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    In this two-parter, we speak with Jeremy Anwyl, vice chairman of Edmunds.com, about the year to come, the year just past, and which players are best positioned for the vicissitudes of the U.S. economy and consumer sentiment. ...Read the whole story

  • Cox's Facebook Effort Raises Money For Charity

    The effort consists of a Holiday Digeez Snow Globe that allows Cox's 250,000 Facebook fans to place their favorite photos into a holiday-themed snow globe. Fans can customize their snow globe with a variety of different holiday designs. ...Read the whole story

  • Women's Expectations Don't Equal Their Motivations

    There are more women motivated to have balance in life and be fulfilled compared to those motivated to do it all. Seventy percent of women are motivated to be financially independent, compared to 49% who are motivated to have a career. ...Read the whole story

  • Lempert: Boomers, Men Will Shape Food Trends

    The buying power of Baby Boomers and the increasing roles of men in food preparation and shopping are among the trends that will most affect food makers and retailers in 2012, according to "Supermarket Guru" Phil Lempert. ...Read the whole story

  • Time To Get Serious About E-commerce

    This good news has many marketers dancing with glee, knowing they are well positioned to take advantage of the flurry of e-commerce activity. ... ...More

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