Around the Net In Brand Marketing Editions for January 2009
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Friday, Jan. 30, 2009
If You Touch It, Odds Are Better That You'll Buy It
Dell May Move Quickly Into Smartphone Market
Diet Coke, Heidi Klum, And A Tagline From Way Back When
Hertz Taking A Spin With Car-Sharing Program
Git Yer Super Bowl Ad Previews Here, Previews ...
Grocery Stores Fight Back Against Food Prices
Larry Fitzgerald Scores EAS Full-Page Ad In 'USA Today'
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Thursday, Jan. 29, 2009
Postal Service May Cut Deliveries To Five Days A Week
Starbucks Closing More Stores; Adding Value Breakfasts
Netflix Founder Reed Hastings Talks About Its Genesis
Buffalo Wings May Be In Short Supply But Velveeta Is Not
Wal-Mart Beefs Up Presence Abroad
Marketing When Consumers Aren't Buying
What T-Mobile's 'Dance' And Ikea's 'Du' Teach Us About Messaging
The Most Infamous Super Bowl Ads Of All Time
Calvin Klein Steams Up The Air Waves
Ford Posts Record Loss In '08, Says No Aid Needed
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009
Let's Put A Lid On Silo Thinking
Let's Get A Handle On Nutritional Labeling
Spirit Attendants Protest Aprons With Logos, Suggestive Ads
Depending On How You Look At It, Verizon Holds It Own
Journalist, Raconteur James Brady Dies At 80
What Will Marketing Look Like in 2015?
Starbucks To End Continuous Decaf Brewing After Noon
Consumers Get Frugal, So Retailers Get Creative
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009
Unilever Buys Tigi Hair Products For $411.5 Million
Closures, Consolidation Loom For Many Auto Dealerships
Same-Store Sales Up 5% At McDonald's
Netflix: Streaming Video Attracts Customers, Lifts Profits
Chrysler-Fiat Deal May Yield 7 New Vehicles
WPP Chief Sir Martin Sorell Blogs From Davos
Just One Store? The People Tell Zogby It's Wal-Mart
Kraft Taps Agency Vet Dana Anderson As Senior VP-Marketing
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Monday, Jan. 26, 2009
Prince Charles' Duchy Originals Offer Complementary Tinctures
Big Pharma Faces DTC Challenges On Several Fronts
A Marketing Story You Can Snuggie Up With
Snap Fitness Centers Tap Into Backyard Values
Campbell's Douglas Conant Stresses Four 'Musts'
H.J. Heinz, Meanwhile, Is Ripe For Investors
The Top 10 Super Bowl Ads Of All Time
Robert Palmer, Ad Executive Turned Vintner, Dies at 74
Walgreen Picks Insider Wasson To Be Next CEO
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Friday, Jan. 23, 2009
Domino's President Burns Subway 'Desist' Letter In TV Spot
Reports: Pfizer Talking Acquisition With Wyeth
Despite 13 Oscar Nods, 'Button' May Still Lose Money
Travel Industry Offering Discounts To Lure Leisure Travelers
Mac's Influence Could Wane
UPS Survey: Small Business Owners Optimistic
Obama Works Out Deal With Intel Services To Keep BlackBerry
Adidas Campaign Stars Candace Parker, Ana Ivanovic
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009
GM Fell Behind Toyota In 2008 After 77-Year Reign
Consumers Haggling With Phone, Cable Companies
Will Carbon Footprint Join 'Low Fat' And 'Less Calories'?
P&G, BET Develop Program To Promote 'My Black is Beautiful'
Five Guys Restaurants In Forefront Of Fast-Food Fresh Movement
Loose-Marbles Violation
Bargain Retailers Reach For Market Share
Apple Had a Happy Holiday; Cites 'Wicked Smart' Team
Dew Voltage Takes Digital Approach
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2009
Fiat, Chrysler Deal Needs Cash To Be Viable
Gallup: Weak Consumer Confidence Affects Super Bowl Ad Recall
New Jersey Nets Marketing Staff Play Away Game With Partners
Viacom Rolling Out High-End SpongeBob Marketing Blitz
As Economy Goes Cold, Pasta Comes To A Boil
Rob Roy Buckingham Dies
Novartis Gets Approval To Market 4 Drugs In Japan
Audi Looks To Score Big With Stunt Filled-Super Bowl Spot
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009
Fiat Takes 35% Stake In Chrysler
Akio Toyoda, Grandson Of Founder, Named Toyota President
Big TV Manufacturers Squeezing Smaller Rivals
Customers Angry About Circuit City's Paltry Discounts
Computer Marketers Scratching Their Noggins Over Netbooks
Re: US Airways' 'Happy' Accident: Don't Go There
Retailers Prepare For The New Frugality
Nancy Gioia, Ford's Hybrid Chief, Charges Forward
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Monday, Jan. 19, 2009
Selling The Fiber Instead Of The Sizzle
Apple's AT&T Contract Clause May Have Cost It $80 Million
There's Marketing Gold In Obama's BlackBerry
EU Back On Microsoft's Case
Energy Creams And Night Repair Gels Free Tomorrow
Marketers Look To Cash In On Obama Excitement
Pfizer Plans To Lay Off Up to 2,400 In Sales
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