Marketing Daily
Wednesday, November 29, 2006
  • FTC Seeks Comment On Plan To Study Food Marketers' Practices

    [Regulation] The Federal Trade Commission intends to gather data from 50 major food companies on how much they market to children and how much … Read the whole story

  • American Express Unveils Gift Cards With A Little Extra

    [Financial Services] Cashing in on the growing popularity of gift cards, American Express introduced a personalized line of cards and cheques tailored to kids … Read the whole story

  • Sony vs. Nintendo: It's Only Round One

    [Electronics] Nintendo announced $190 million in sales for the first eight days of its new game-playing system Wii, which is drawing positive reviews for … Read the whole story

  • Anheuser-Busch Sets Long-Term Sights On China

    [Beverages] Anheuser-Busch expects to capitalize on a Chinese market that is growing more sophisticated in its tastes and stronger in its purchasing. The company … Read the whole story

  • Coffeemaking Pod Revolution's A Bit Diluted

    [Appliances] Marketers are beating the drum and spending significantly to get consumers jazzed about single-serve "pod" coffeemakers. But the product's popularity in Europe has … Read the whole story

  • Alberto-Culver Is Turning Heads

    [Beauty] Freed from the distraction if its retail business, Alberto-Culver is the hair care marketer to watch, says a Deutsche Bank analyst. Read the whole story

  • Bear Rock Heats Up Dinner Offerings

    [Restaurants] Fast-casual sandwich chain Bear Rock Cafe plans to expand its dinner business after an investment from the country's second-largest Burger King franchisee. Read the whole story