Hurricane Sandy -- you've heard of it -- has produced all the usual social media ephemera which accompany major events, including the obligatory Twitter parody accounts, narrated in suitably belligerent fashion. Meanwhile the powers that be are making admirable use of social media to keep the public updated about the monster storm, which some are calling (perhaps prematurely) the storm of the century. ...
The BBC reports Andy Smith, an Internet security chief at the Cabinet Office, said people should only give accurate details to trusted sites, such ... Read the whole story
The Mars Petcare US brand is asking consumers to support these dogs through its new "Share a Story and Share the Love" initiative, a ... Read the whole story
A top Burger King executive said the company's efforts to use marketing to reach different demographic segments continues to be effective, bringing in more ... Read the whole story
"Pocket Like It's Hot," a tongue-in-cheek video by Snoop Dogg and friends for Hot Pockets, featuring a remix of his hit single "Drop It ... Read the whole story