"They're here again," write the jaded technology writers. No, they're not talking about another zombie offering from Hollywood. Rather, it's informed speculation in the mainstream press about Apple developing a wrist device that inevitably evokes the image of Dick Tracy, the cartoon cop who sported a "2-way wrist radio" back in the day when city editors wore green celluloid eyeshades and computers filled a room. ...
Honda got into, and around, Sunday's Grammy Awards on CBS to spotlight the new Honda Civic. In addition to traditional advertising during the awards ... Read the whole story
"Anytime there's confusion in the business customer ranks, it can have an effect on mail volume," Jerry Cerasale, senior vice president of government affairs ... Read the whole story
In the video -- a takeoff on music-industry concert benefits ("We Are the World," Band Aid, etc.) -- the singers/musicians join together to deliver ... Read the whole story
Delta Air Lines and Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide are linking their loyalty initiatives in Crossover Rewards program. Beginning March 1, travelers enrolled in ... Read the whole story
Nearly one-third of viewers to the Super Bowl were so taken with commercials during the game that they watched at least one of the ... Read the whole story
'Smithsonian' is a good magazine. The ads are kind of fascinating too. But for a back page, the issue is financed wholly by direct-response ... Read the whole story
Truck owners are probably as passionate and loyal to their truck's maker as they are to their own. You think it's hard for an ... Read the whole story