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    "These product launches are a stale habit festering long after it's ceased being useful," writes a "NYT" tech journalist.
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    The FTC alleges that Altria and Juul eliminated competition in the e-cigarette space in violation of antitrust laws.
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    Target for one is partnering with Grove Collaborative, a D2C brand making its first appearance in a physical retail setting.
  • MakeSpace Ads Bring The Funny: 'We Won't Take Your Farm Animals'
    MakeSpace doubles down on its humorous attempts to be top-of-mind in the storage business.
  • Levi Strauss Sees Bright Skies Ahead, Readies New Ads
    Executives say consumer demand is now exceeding 2019 levels, and financial results are ahead of Wall Street forecasts.
  • Teen Passions: Chick-fil-A, Amazon, Racial Justice
    Gen Z is back under the microscope, with new research from Piper Sandler highlighting important changes in way teens are looking at brands.
  • Buying Rocksbox, Signet Moves Into Jewelry Rental
    Signet, the parent company of such mall stalwarts as Zale's, Kay and Jared, says the purchase is part of its ongoing transformation plan.
  • Target, Walgreens Dial Up Vaccine Messaging
    Walgreens recently announced the launch of "This is Our Shot," an ad campaign voiced by musician John Legend.
  • Hillandale Farms Settles 'Price Gouging' Suit With 1.2 Million Donated Eggs
    NY Attorney General Letitia James alleged in the early days of pandemic that the company had doubled, tripled or even quadrupled its prices.
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    New Neutrogena Studios division is kicking off with the release of "In the Sun," a documentary short produced by actress Kerry Washington.
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