Around the Net In Brand Marketing Editions for July 2009
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Friday, July 31, 2009
Cash For Clunkers: Dealers Take The Bad With The Good
Low Laptop Prices Lure Buyers To Buy Accessories
Disney's Profits Clobbered By Tough Consumer Climate
Alabama To Cycles Gladiator Wines: No More Nude Nymphs
Ads Follow Web Users, And Get More Personal
Southwest Air Offers $113.6 Million To Buy Frontier
Sweet News For Cadbury; Market Share Rises 10% In U.K.
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Thursday, July 30, 2009
A Brew-Ha-Ha Over This Evening's White House Gathering
Yahoo Deal Is Latest Feather In Ballmer's Beat-Up Cap
High-End Jeans Take A Battering As Old Standbys Thrive
Visa: Transactions Up; Spending Down; COO Expands Power
GM's Lutz Says Shops Need To 'Move The Needle'
Rite Aid Hosts 'Chicago' Cast For Maybelline Launch In New York
Borders Creates New Position, VP Marketing Revenue
Nike Seeks The Great Haul Of China Behind Kobe, LeBron, Paul
Reckitt's 'Power Brands' Strategy Pays Off
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Wednesday, July 29, 2009
BOA Closing Some Branches, Increasing Digital Operations
MillerCoors' HomeDraft System Fits Upright In The Icebox
Marketing Under Siege In D.C.; 'Ad Age' Issues Call To Action
Sears Getting Back In The Toy Business
The Secret Design History of 12 Famous Brands
Microsoft And Yahoo Reach Deal On Search Partnership
Ailing Gatorade Issuing Limited-Edition Jordan Bottle
Why Starbucks' 15th Ave. Store Is Doomed to Fail
Greenpeace And 'Star Trek' Actor Shatner Target HP
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Valedictorian Plugs Movie As L.A. Viral Buzz Agents Proliferate
Lululemon Takes Lust For Yoga To A More Lucrative Level
Customer Service Makes A Return Trip
Brands Connect With Children (To The Dismay Of Researchers)
All You Every Wanted To Know About Marketing To 65-Plus Consumers
Verizon To Offer Free WiFi To Broadband Customers
Sprint Nextel To Buy Virgin Mobile USA For $483 Million
Barry Diller, Ben Silverman Reunite In Ad-Marketing Venture
'Chaos Scenario' Tries To Frame New Book-Marketing Model
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Monday, July 27, 2009
Lutz Basks As Agencies Sweat Out Blistering Critique Of Ads
Marketers Tracking Nation Of Track-A-Holics
Apple Developing Interactive Liner Notes For New Tablet Device
Coke Testing Vio Fizzy Milk In Four 'Natural' Fruit Flavors
Sales Of Private-Label Organic Foods Rise
Health Ad Wars Erupt In Home Districts
Say It Ain't So Dept.: Jackson's Locks To Become Jewelry
Naming Official Brands Could Bring Metro Airport Big Bucks
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Friday, July 24, 2009
Microsoft Tweaks 'Laptop Hunters' Ad; Revenues Drop 17%
Attention Retail Watchers: Kmart Revives Blue-Light Specials
Baby Boomers' Legacy: Change or Consumerism?
Is Bono Making A Big Marketing Boo-Boo?
Hair Yesterday, Gone Today
Mary J. Blige Models AT&T Phones
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Thursday, July 23, 2009
Wal-Mart Promotions Could Ignite Laptop Price War
Zappos, Acquired by Amazon, Will Retain Brand Identity
Demographic Trends Favor La-Z-Boy Recliner
Lauder Warns New EC Policy Will Commoditize Beauty Brands
More News From The War On Cankles
For Those Who Want Their Cereal Extra Manly
Buffet's Dairy Queen To Open 500 More Stores In China
Ford Beats Expectations With $2.3B Quarterly Profit
VW Chairman Piech Gets Upper Hand; Porsche CEO Ousted
Dems Vow To Battle Banking Lobbyists Re: Consumer Agency
Rite Aid, ADA Brush You Up On Oral Hygiene
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Companies Betting On New Products For High-Tech Homes
Starbucks' Schultz Appreciates Marketing Effort For McCafe
Coke: Consumers Don't Want Their Soda Taxed
John S. Barry, Who Made WD-40 A Household Name, Dies at 84
Appreciating David Ogilvy, Ten Years After His Final Sale
P&G Drug Unit Closer to Sale, Could Fetch About $3 Billion
Marketing Lessons From The Weinermobile
The Bad Boys Of Sports Make Good
Wal-Mart Hopes $9 Is Right Price For Back-To-School Promo
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Barnes & Noble Expands Online Offerings To Take On Kindle
Toyota's New N.A. Chief Admits Automaker Lost Its Way
GM Hoping Buick LaCrosse Attracts Younger Customers
Frozen Yogurt's Hot; Ice Cream Trucks Are Not
Saatchi's Seelert Pounds The Competition
With Two Deals, Republic Airways Grows Into Big Airline
Wal-Mart To Hold Farmer's Market On Chicago's South Side
Bringing the Human Factor Back To Pro Tennis
Martin's Cheap Guitars Strike A Chord With Consumers
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Monday, July 20, 2009
Wal-Mart To Marketers: Pony Up More Bucks Or Risk Delisting
Insurance Plans Gather Momentum To Goose Sales
Cuomo Faults Schwab's Auction-Rate Securities Marketing
The 50 Top Movie Trailers Of All Time
Nooka Extends Into Fragrance Evoking Chrome And Electricity
Madison Avenue Will Be Watching FedEx's Web Videos
Denny's Fights The Stay-Cation With Resort Sweepstakes
Once-Drab JC Penney Taking On Manhattan
Luxury Hotel Chains Make A Play For Business Travelers
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