• More Fee Restrictions, Lawsuits Challenge Third-Party Deliverers
    New York, Illinois and California have erected new speed bumps on the road to profitability for third-party food deliverers.
  • Fashion Salutes NYC In Fall Campaigns
    Brands know how hungry people are for that Big Apple energy.
  • The Surge In Retail Ad Platforms, Demystified
    "Marketers want to get as close to the moment of purchase as possible. Broadly, there is a sort of collapse of the funnel," says Kantar SVP Todd Szahun.
  • In Best Buy's Numbers, Experts See Different Kind Of Retail Comeback
    With a sharp increase in its outlook for rest of 2021, the old-school retailer might have enough pluck to beat e-rivals -- even Amazon -- at their own game.
  • Wendy's Goes All In On Breakfast Ads, Ghost Kitchens
    Wendy's hopes to grow breakfast revenue by 30% in 2021-with a goal of 10% of sales coming from breakfast by the end of 2022.
  • McDonald's Joins Price-Fixing Suit As Chicken Industry Consolidates
    "McDonald's distribution centers may have been victims of the purported conspiracy, unknowingly purchasing broiler chickens from Tyson," says company execs.
  • With Naomi Osaka, Levi's Keeps Upping Its Cultural Cool
    The denim heavyweight is rolling out a new collaboration with tennis superstar Naomi Osaka, a four-piece collection made entirely from upcycled denim.
  • As Macy's And Kohl's Rise, Will Amazon Open Physical Department Stores?
    The Wall Street Journal reported that Amazon is considering opening several large department stores in Ohio and California.
  • As DIY Mania Cools, Lowe's, Home Depot Face Different Challenges
    "Lowe's relatively higher DIY exposure leaves it less well positioned than Home Depot," notes Wedbush analyst.
  • Subway Franchisees Call Foul On Megan Rapinoe's Olympics Gesture
    Some franchisees want the chain to pull any ads featuring the soccer star.
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