• Amid COVID Uncertainty, Starbucks Brews Rising Sales
    In Q3, the cold category represented 74% of beverage sales-up 10 percentage points over the past two years.
  • Hitting Speed Bumps, Amazon's Growth Is A Little Less Dazzling
    Amazon's failure to meet Wall Street predictions for the first time in several years is due in part to tough comparisons. But are bigger changes ahead?
  • Hard Seltzers Drive 2nd-Quarter Growth At Molson Coors
    "The demand for [hard seltzer] Topo Chico is incredibly strong," with demand from across many demographic groups, said company CEO.
  • McDonald's Leverages Digital, Loyalty Rewards As Sales Rise
    Q2 U.S. comparable-unit sales growth of 25.9% credited to menu price increases, new crispy chicken sandwiches, and meal tied to pop group BTS.
  • Sorry, Bert Parks -- Dick's Is Redefining Miss America
    Ad's remarkably glamour-free footage shows young women wrestling, swimming, boxing, fencing, tackling, running and recovering.
  • Coca-Cola Doubles Marketing Spend As Channels Rise Above COVID
    Second quarter financial results surprised many on Wall Street, with growth of 41% -- much more than the 27% forecast from investment banking firm Cowen.
  • Research: Food Brands Keep Losing Power, As Ingredients Mean More
    People are shopping for attributes that mean more to them than brands, like food quality. Improving private-label also make brands less relevant.
  • Adidas News: Bad Bunny's Messy Mashup, Kanye's Possible Brand Cheating
    What's messy? Fans have to upload a photograph of their Cheetos-dusted fingertips for early access to the Bad Bunny-themed leisurewear collection.
  • Post-Sephora Breakup, JC Penney Finds New Beauty Edge
    JC Penney says it is hooking up with Thirteen Lune, an online beauty retailer, to create a new "hyper-inclusive" JC Penney Beauty.
  • P&G Plans European Paper Packaging Pilot
    The trial rollout of paper bottles for Lenor, the European version of Downy fabric softener, is part of plans to cut the use of virgin plastics in half by 2030.
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