Yahoo Inc. unveiled a premium paid e-mail service Thursday, marking its latest bid to boost recurring revenue with subscriptions and put some distance between it and competitors like Microsoft Corp.'s Hotmail service.
The makers of an Italian liqueur have pulled a novel advertising campaign which involved wafting the scent of almonds around London Underground stations after fears that the sweet aroma might be confused with cyanide.
ABC anchor didn't oppose possible deal with CNN.
Sony has signed a deal to provide songs from the next Jennifer Lopez or B2K album to Internet consumers for the cost of a can of Pepsi.
Another congressional attempt at restricting public library Internet access is before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Probably. But get this: Even if she goes to jail, her company won't miss a beat.
Procter & Gamble Co. heads the list of top global marketers by worldwide media spending at $3.82 billion, followed by General Motors Corp. and Unilever.
The marketing blizzard behind the new James Bond film suggests that a movie may not need a media conglomerate to ensure the widest exposure.
More than 900 battle-hardened veterans of the Internet industry attended the Massachusetts Interactive Media Council (MIMC) Awards at the Boston Marriott Copley Place last Monday night. No one was trying to pretend that economic conditions are getting any better.
Tom Brokaw and Brit Hume have election night bragging rights. NBC's one-hour prime-time coverage of the midterm elections Tuesday drew the night's largest audience.