BP pled guilty yesterday to 14 criminal charges related to the oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico in April 2010 that killed 11 workers and created the biggest environmental disaster in U.S. history. It will pay a record $4.5 billion in fines and penalties. Three of its workers also face criminal charges. ...
Atty. Donald Heyrich asserted that "many customers complained to Papa John's that they wanted the text messages to stop, and yet thousands of spam ... Read the whole story
The NRF says it expects some 147 million people to brave the Friday shopping crowds, down from 152 million last year. That includes 71 ... Read the whole story
Pretty soon, the New York City island will have a major tourist draw in the shape of a gigantic Ferris wheel along the lines ... Read the whole story
After sinking to its lowest U.S. consumer satisfaction levels in two years during the first half of 2012, the imported beer sector has largely ... Read the whole story
In time for the eco-centric Los Angeles Auto Show, market data firm Nielsen has come out with its finalists for best green marketers in ... Read the whole story
According to the latest "Times & Trends Report" from SymphonyIRI, national brand marketers' efforts over the past few years to combat the growth of ... Read the whole story
Real-time is far more than a trend. It's a reality. A reality that is not only unavoidable -- it's defining a brand new way ... Read the whole story