If you're not the type enamored of March Madness or fisticuffs on ice, the doldrums between the Super Bowl and Opening Day is usually a good time to catch up on your reading or viewing of refined television series. This year may be different, however, as it looks like one of America's favorite spectator sports -- The Cola Wars -- may be reviving after a period of relative quiescence. ...
Walmart has taken the wraps off its "Great For You" healthy-food label, a move that is likely to add to the ongoing conflict among ... Read the whole story
Buick is launching a series of games meant to make tracking miles-per-gallon stats a sport, or at least engaging. A suite of three games ... Read the whole story
This week, "Marketing Daily" brings you exclusive coverage of the Brand Keys 2012 Customer Loyalty Engagement Index. Each day, expect a full report on ... Read the whole story
The outdoor and print ads highlight facts about daily activities, such as "Most Americans spend 13 years of their lives watching TV" and "Eighty-four ... Read the whole story
Bud Light's Facebook page explains how "once just looking for an owner, (the canine star) hit the jackpot when a great owner who also ... Read the whole story
The Akron, Ohio-based company announced the introduction of a specific mobile site, allowing on-the-go tire shoppers increased accessibility to the information they need via ... Read the whole story