• Target, Walmart Look To Poach From Prime
    Target says its promotional event, called Target Deal Days, will include its largest-ever sale, with Black Friday pricing available throughout November.
  • Restaurateurs Seek Federal Aid, Probe Of Third-Party Deliverers
    Chairman of the National Restaurant Association, along with restaurateurs, testified to a House subcommittee about need for another funding round.
  • Ring Car Cam Records Police 'Pull Overs'; At Home, Drone Eyes Every Room
    The Ring and Amazon product showcase was a reminder of the approaching holiday season.
  • At-Home Dining Helps Raise Household Penetration For General Mills
    The biggest household penetration gain has come in desserts, with a 4.5% increase in the 52 weeks ended Aug. 8.
  • U.S. Consumers Anticipate 'Muted' Holidays
    In a potential sign of this year's economic troubles, 19% of U.S. consumers reported that they simply "will not be shopping" for the holidays.
  • Shakeup In Loyalty Land: Hello, Clorox. So Long, Chick-fil-A
    This is the largest number of new brands making Brand Keys' loyalty list in its 24-year-history.
  • White Castle, Burger King Double Down On Digital Tech
    The White Castle chain is among the latest to harness AI, in a drive-through system that recognizes license plates,
  • 3 Wireless Giants Offer Their Own Password Manager App
    Having the three dominant wireless carriers hawk a product millions use when they purchase something ought to make brand ubiquitous.
  • Halloween Shaping Up As Mixed Bag For Brands, Consumers
    Hershey: "Trick-or-treating participation will likely be below prior year levels," but "the expectation of this holiday tradition has been consistently improving."
  • If You Don't Have The Virus, You Can Still Buy It This Halloween
    You can wear your very own "Horror Virus Bacterial Mask," which represents what COVID-19 looks like under the microscope.
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