Federal prosecutors are investigating Johnson & Johnson's drug marketing, according a regulatory filing by the company.
More than 30 million telephone numbers have been registered in the Federal Trade Commission do-not-call registry, the agency says.
Playboy Enterprises continued its budding turnaround in the second quarter, reporting Wednesday a sharply narrowed loss amid gains from its online business and lower costs.
Making headlines this afternoon, General Electric's NBC is shaping up to be the frontrunner in purchasing the U.S. entertainment assets of Vivendi Universal.
Complicating the budgeting process, of course, is the hazy outlook for ad spending. While there is growing confidence among publishers that 2004 may bring economic recovery in the U.S. and bigger ad budgets, advertisers remain commitment-phobic. Dealing with their own financial insecurities, advertisers are buying later and committing to less.
With the widely criticized "Cat Fight" campaign for Miller Lite now discontinued, fans of racy advertising may find themselves flipping channels this summer and muttering, Where have all the fun-loving buxom beer drinkers gone?
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