Around the Net In Brand Marketing Editions for December 2009
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Thursday, Dec. 31, 2009
Augmented Reality Is Coming To A Device Near You
Champagne Sales Fizzle With Economy Down
Delta To Give Vouchers To Flight 253 Passengers
General Motors Replaces Chief Government Lobbyist
'When You're A Woman, Happiness Is Just One Purchase Away'
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2009
Kraft Introducing 20 Restaurant-Inspired Products
'Smartbooks' Will Strut Their Stuff At CES Nest Week
GM's Incentive Program Moves Saturns and Pontiacs
Any Way You Slice It, Tiger's Indiscretions Are Costly
New Michael Phelps Ad For Subway Surfaces
How McDonald's Makes Sure Its Burgers Are Safe
With Ads, Music Downloads Sing A New Tune
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2009
Netflix CCO Looking To Cut Digital Distribution Deals With Studios
IPhone Again Sold In New York; Bandwidth Problem Remains
GEICO Asking Rhetorical Questions In Yet Another Campaign
'Anti-Energy' Drinks Poised To Make A Splash
Do Consumers Really Care About Behavioral Targeting
Lacoste Donating $500,000 To Save The Crocodiles
Wendy's To Text Coupons
Report: P&G Looking To Expand The Art Of Shaving
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Monday, Dec. 28, 2009
Retail Shops See Modest Gain; E-tailers See 15.5% Sales Bump
Retailers Must Adapt To A New Kind Of Shopper
'Shoptimism': America Is What It Buys
Macy's Pins Turnaround Hopes On MyMacy's Concept
Buick Targets Buyers Who Are Younger Than 60 Or 70
Five Best Branded-Entertainment Deals Of 2009
P&G Sales Drive Targets Hispanics
Chief Reputation Officer: Whose Job Is It, Anyway?
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Thursday, Dec. 24, 2009
Restaurants Take A Catered Approach To Battling Low Sales
Lego Uses Movie Tie-Ins To Help Drive Sales In Shrinking Market
'Lovely Bones' Marketing To Target Young Females
P&G Adds New Products To Vicks Dayquil Line
Retailers Slugging Out Final Stretch Try More Discounts, Hours
Will Outage Put Squeeze On BlackBerry?
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2009
What To Expect At P&G Under Robert McDonald
P&G, Kroger Ending Their Couponing Partnership
Dr Pepper Snapple Group Doing Much Better On Its Own
Panera Bread Baking A Recession Success Story
Ford Set To Unveil Details Of Its Next-Generation Sync
The Top 10 Brandweek Stories of 2009
Ford, China's Geely Agree On Volvo; To Complete Sale By June
No Perk Too Small For Top Fliers
Sales Of Existing Homes Soar 7.4% In U.S.
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2009
CMOs Need To Take Active Role In Curbing Counterfeits
Who's Really Behind Zhu Zhu Craze -- Kids Or Parents?
Super Marketer Steve Jobs Tops Harvard's CEO List
A Rolling (Bridge) Stone Gathers No Moss In Sports Marketing
Heinz' Johnson Sees Permanent Change In Consumer's Habits
When Holiday Shoppers Get Hero's Welcome
Will Pop-Up Shops Soon Be a Thing of the Past?
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Monday, Dec. 21, 2009
Toyota Facing A Public Relations Challenge
An Interview With Whole Foods' John Mackey
Is The New Frugality Transformative Or Transitory?
Marketers Pushing 'Real' Products Face Reality Of Fed Regs
The Best And Worst Ads Of 2009
Revolting: The Chevy Volt Dance
Sanofi To Buy Chattem In $1.9 Billion Deal
GM Gets Inquiries About Saab After Plan to Shut Unit
Shoppers Stalled By White Christmas
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Friday, Dec. 18, 2009
Brits Create Virtual Worlds, Thanks To Guinness
T-Mobile Taps NBA Players For New MyTouch Ads
Re: Sports Stars, Nike Sticking With 'Strategy That Works'
No Sale: GM To Start 'Orderly Wind-down' Of Saab Operations
Firestone Teams Up With The Big Leagues
Bing! Design Firm Sues Microsoft Over Name
Around the Net In Brand Marketing - Thursday, Dec. 17, 2009
After 23 Years, Pepsi To Sit Out Super Bowl
George Clooney At Center Of Italian Coffee Ad Dispute
Sara Lee To Put Products On Lower-Salt Diet
Santa Pitches OnStar: Wake Me When It's Over
Bank Of America Names New CEO
Dwyane Wade's Sponsors Aren't Perturbed By A Scandal
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