Around the Net In Brand Marketing Editions for October 2009
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Friday, Oct. 30, 2009
AstraZeneca Sets Aside $520M For Seroquel Marketing Case
Three Warring Retailers Ration Books To Block Indies
Protecting The Brand Legacy Of A Legend
Street Musician: All Axe Had To Do Was Ask
What TV Shows Are Really Selling
Lutz Finishes Seventh In Race; GM Extends Money-Back Incentive
Kohl's Sells Holiday Savings With Multiplatform Campaign
Sign Spinners Work To Grab Your Attention
Q&A With MSG Sports Prexy Scott O'Neil On Delta Deal
Kellogg Says Increased Ad Spend Leads To Crackling Sales
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009
P&G May Sell Some Brands; Good News On The Economic Front
Pete Blackshaw Remembers His Jingle-Writing Dad
As The Four Tops Crooned, It's The Same Old Song
While You're In An Apologetic Mode, Mr. Toyoda, How About ...
Kraft Now Says It Will Phase Out 'Smart Choices' Label
10 Things Corporations Can Learn From Pro Wrestling
Macy's Launches New Menswear Line
GM Shows Signs Of Progress; Trucks, New Vehicles Drive Up Sales
Free Google GPS System Puts Droid Phone On The Map
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009
A New Marketing Trend Is Upon Us: Simple Sells
Online Retailers Turn Up Service To Capture More Holiday Sales
Why Online Branded Entertainment Should Study Soap Operas
Consumers Most Loyal To Coke, Tide And Kraft
Apple Spending $4 Million To Renovate El Stop Near New Store
Jackson's New Career: Permanent, Posthumous Brand
Weight Gain Associated With Four Antipsychotic Drugs
U.S. Consumer Confidence Up For First Time Since 2007
Ford Rises, Chrysler Falters In Key Quality Survey
Costco Plans To Accept Food Stamps Nationally
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2009
The New Chrysler Will Depend Heavily On Fiat Models
FAO Schwarz Setting Up Boutiques In Toys R Us Stores
'Family Guy' Creator's Special Crashes At Microsoft
Adults Drive Growth Of Halloween Industry
Amazon Decides It's Too Difficult To Sell Wine Online
As Sales Skyrocket, Ironic Pabst Ironically Gets Pricier
McDonald's Pulls Out Of Iceland
Watchdog Group Calls For Baby Einstein To Change Name
Should Detroit Go To Hyundai School?
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Monday, Oct. 26, 2009
Agencies Start To Push Back At Clients' Procurement Queries
Kraft's Pizza Business Gains; Private Label Squeezes Elsewhere
Marketers Use Social Media To Contain 'Badvocates'
Olsens Launching Junior Brand Exclusively At Penney's
Jeter, D-Wade, C-Paul 'Become Legendary' For Nike
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Friday, Oct. 23, 2009
Nook: Don't Call It A Kindle-Killer Just Yet
Studios May Initially Bar Rentals Of New DVD Releases
Bruce Lee's Daughter Builds The Brand
The Sugary Cereal Brands Doing The Most Kid-Chasing
Charmin To Staff NYC Restrooms With Bloggers For The Holidays
GM To Offer WiFi Hotspot Option On Certain Vehicles
Booksellers Ask Justice Dept. To Probe Price Wars
Driver Collects Keys To Cities In Ford Marketing Stunt
Nokia Sues Apple, Claims IPhone Infringes On Patents
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009
Wal-Mart Cuts Prices For Holidays; Stores Will Get Smaller
Windows 7 Developers Focused On User Experience
Senate Dems Go After Tax Deduction For Advertising
They'll Have Fun, Fun, Fun ('Til Daddy Takes The Hybrid Away)
What Do Woman Want; What Don't Men Do?
Tony Parker Scores London Fog Ads With Eva Longoria
Procter & Gamble Said To Consider Sara Lee Brands
Three High-Tech Tools For Understanding Consumer Behavior
Savvy Marketers Seek More For Less In Search Ads
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2009
Marketers Eye Smartphone Growth, Potential For Ads
Columnist Takes A Trip Into The Natural Habitat Of Millennials
Facing Younger Rivals On The Runway, Barbie Gets A Facelift
Disney's Iger: Studio Chiefs Must Be Part Visonary, Part Marketer
MasterCard CMO Flanagan: Consumers Demanding Authenticity
Brigitte Bardot Calls For Canadian Maple Syrup Boycott
Burger King Beefs Up Dollar Menu
Did Sears Just Whoop Wal-Mart, Amazon, and Target?
Honest Tea Taps Coke Executive To Expand Distribution
Cadbury Raises Targets In Face Of Kraft Bid
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2009
'IDon't' Campaign For Android Leaves Brand A Mystery
Apple Sales Soar; New Product Rumors In The Air
How A Fight Over A Board Game Monopolized An Economist's Life
Why Dr Pepper Is In The Pink Of Health
Twinkies: The Brand That Movies Will Keep Alive Forever
Olympic Marketers Plan 100-Day Countdown Party In NYC
Staples Affixes Name To Staples Center 'In Perpetuity'
Honda Eyes Electric Car Launch In U.S., CEO Says
Martha Stewart: 'It's Good To Be Everywhere'
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Monday, Oct. 19, 2009
'Project Impact' Has Impact On Wal-Mart's Bottom Line
What Lessons Do Sneakerheads Hold For Other Marketers?
Pop-Up Stores Could Reshape Retail Environment
How P&G Boosted Sales On A Ubiquitous Product
How A Kid's Movie Became A Hipster Happening
What To Expect From Chrysler's Marketing Chief: Provocative Ads
Nintendo Aims To Move From Niche To Mainstream
Target Shoots For 'Green' Customers, Offering Discounts For Reusable Bags
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