The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency charged Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia on Friday with overstating the mileage claims on the "majority" of their current new vehicles sold in North America. The cause was "procedural errors" at a testing facility, according to the companies, which they are remedying in the short term by issuing debit cards to 900,000 buyers based on the price of fuel in their areas, the amount of miles they've driven and an extra 15%. Long term, they face hits to both their market value and brand reputation. ...
In stores, it is continuing the dream theme with designated gift zones that showcase gift-pairing options, such as pajamas with slippers. The "Dream Receipt" ... Read the whole story
"We are definitely speaking more loudly than before with the LS, and there's a bit of irony in that since LS is a very ... Read the whole story
While most brands steer far clear of controversial issues, Seattle-based craft-beer brewer Redhook has stepped boldly into politics with an ad supporting Washington State's ... Read the whole story
Companies have to connect with their customers if they want to succeed in today's marketplace, according to a survey commissioned by rbb Public Relations. ... Read the whole story
There are 32 shopping days between Black Friday and Christmas -- the greatest possible number. And while ShopperTrak is forecasting that national retail sales ... Read the whole story
"With the buzz about [the borough's new sports and entertainment venue] The Barclay Center, and Jimmy being from there, and the famous musicians who ... Read the whole story
I hope this note finds you well. As you know, Tooboozoob has just received a first-round investment from Prodigal Group Venture Partners for its ... Read the whole story