Marketing Daily
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
  • Carrier, Pricing Leave IPhone Slightly Vulnerable

    "There's very little BlackBerry envy," John Martin, CEO of Crowd Science, tells Marketing Daily. "[Apple's] satisfaction scores are amazing, particularly just three years in. … Read the whole story

  • Who Buys Lottery Tickets?

    Top 10 DMAs in which live adults who bought a lottery ticket in the last year: 1 Pittsburgh 2 Rochester, N.Y. 3 Buffalo, N.Y. … Read the whole story

  • Wells Fargo, Wachovia Double Up In New TV Spots

    The effort, via DDB West, carries the "We're with you" tagline with text in blue for Wachovia and red for Wells Fargo. The 30-second … Read the whole story

  • Survey Finds Fewer Than 20% Trust Food Safety

    Well over half report that they have stopped purchasing certain foods for at least a short time within the past two years due to … Read the whole story

  • BBB Takes Slap At Wal-Mart's $700 Claim

    The Council of Better Business Bureaus wants Wal-Mart Stores to modify some of its advertising claims, and stop telling consumers that they can save … Read the whole story

  • Domestic Brands Improve In Power's Quality Study

    There are big surprises from a little automaker, Suzuki, and from Cadillac and Hyundai in one of the most cited industry studies of vehicle … Read the whole story