Marketing Daily Editions for June 2020
Marketing Daily - Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Honda, Ford Withhold Social Ads -- Will Other Automakers Follow?
Starburst Plays Vertical Video To Launch Vertically Shaped Swirlers
Report Says Apple To Charge Extra For Adapter On New iPhone 12
Consumers Still Hesitant To Buy Vehicles
COVID-19 Drug To Cost An Average Of $3,120
Amazon To Rename Arena For Climate Pledge
Cigna + Oscar Partner For Small-Biz Insurance Solutions
California Hopes To See Tourists Soon
Zambezi Teams With Quan Media For Social Justice OOH Campaign
The Pandemic Bump: Email Open Rates Rose Sharply During Spring, Study Finds
Lululemon Bulks Up With Purchase Of Tech Home Fitness Company Mirror
Marketing Daily - Monday, June 29, 2020
Microsoft Stores Will Become Mostly 'Virtual,' In Move Spurred By Pandemic
Sephora Debuts Social Shopping With Instagram
Americans Continue To Worry About COVID-19
'Ford Promise' Geared Toward Anxious Consumers
Whole Foods Bottled Water Contains Arsenic
Arkay Beverages' Grattagliano On Zero-Proof Spirits, 'Sober Bars'
Coca-Cola, Others, Pause Social Ads Hours After Facebook Policy Change
Ferrero And The Great Chocolate Search Of 2020
What Facebook Can Learn From Ryanair
New Ecommerce Shoppers Plan To Continue After Pandemic: Study
Face Mask Confrontations Go Viral At Retailers, Starbucks
Marketing Daily - Friday, June 26, 2020
Bumble Bee Swats Mascot Horatio In Move To Wellness Positioning
Nike Says Pandemic Powering Digital Transformation
Slip In Podcast Audiences During Pandemic Seems Just A Blip
Lincoln Expands Loyalty Program To Include Experiences
Jeep Asks Consumers To Help Create 'Easter Eggs'
Macy's Plans More Layoffs Due To Sales Drops
M&C Saatchi Lands $12 Million Iceland Tourism Account
NFL Could Sell Ads On Tarp-Covered Seats
Roth On Adland D&I Efforts: 'We Suck Compared To The Rest Of The World'
What Is Google Giving You For Your 31%?
Empower's Brand Lab Launches New Product Tied To COVID-19 Relief
Unilever Renaming Fair & Lovely Skin Cream As J&J Kills Two Products
Marketing Daily - Thursday, June 25, 2020
Consumers See Brands As 'A Force For Good' In Racial Protests
General Motors Expands OnStar Technology To App
Halo Top Promotes End Of 'Shoulding Yourself'
Dodge, Kia Top J.D. Power Initial Quality Study
'The New York Times' Lays Off 68 People, Mostly Across Advertising
Court Finds Johnson & Johnson Liable For Cancerous Talcum Powder
Walmart Opens Third Health Location
Analysts: Facebook Boycott Unprecedented, But Perhaps Futile
Haagen-Dazs Says 'Don't Hold Back' In New Campaign
Trigger-Happy: Automated Emails To Customers Outpull Batch-And-Blast
Microsoft Bug Lands Emails In Gmail Spam Folder: Reports
Bayer To Pay Up To $10.9B To Settle Roundup Claims
Marketing Daily - Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Pandemic Ups The Ante For Digital Restaurant Orders, Delivery
Chrysler Launches 'Pacifica Mom On Quarantine'
Panera Extends Coffee Subscription As Summer Freebie
Verizon Dollars -- Not Real Ones -- Are Perks Of New Credit Card
JetBlue Offers Lower Points Threshold To Loyalty Customers
Pandemic Prompts Interest In Coffee Subscriptions
'Time Out' To Launch Curated Guides With Apple Maps
Some Marketers See Branding Opportunities For 'Covid'
'Jeopardy' Champ Ken Jennings Stars In New Carmax Campaign
Watchdogs Press FTC To Crack Down On Influencer Marketing
The Cheating Consumer: Study Finds Brand Loyalty Is 'Up For Grabs'
Segway's Original Two-Wheeler Scooting Its Way Into Oblivion
Marketing Daily - Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Despite Ecommerce Gains, Pandemic Not So Kind To D2C Brands
JBS' Planterra Startup Targets Plant-Based Foods With OZO Brand
Ford Plans Social Media Debut Of F-150 Pickup
Honda, General Motors Partner To Produce Hand Sanitizer
Levi Strauss Pledges To Appoint Black Board Member
Bacardi Enlists Three Non-Pro Roomies To Shoot Ad
Diesel's Pride Ad Tells Surprise-Ending Transition Story Campaign
'NYT' Staff Won't Return To Office Until 2021
Representation Of BIPOC In Advertising -- Why It Matters
MMGY Teams With Travel Platforms For New Summer Campaign
Cook Says Macs Will Start Using Apple Chips By End Of Year
Marketing Daily - Monday, June 22, 2020
The North Face, REI, Patagonia Unfriend Facebook
Handful Of Apple Stores To Close Again In States Hard-Hit By COVID-19
Airlines Limit Alcohol, Crack Down On Mask Scofflaws
Ulta Expands With Credo's 'Clean Beauty' Offers
IRI New Product Pacesetters: 'The Year Of The Beverage'
Carvana Focuses On Being An Originator Of Online Auto Shopping
Food Trends Hinge On Pandemic Response
Email Opens Were Up, Clicks Down In COVID-19 Period, Study Finds
Already Challenged Retailers Must Address Post-Pandemic Anxiety
Why Facebook Needs To Be Treated Like A Foreign Adversary
With Influencers And OTT, Tula's Strategy Soothes The Savage Sales Crisis
Sorry For The Bad News
Dreyer's Removing 'Derogatory' Term Eskimo From Ice Cream Treat
Marketing Daily - Friday, June 19, 2020
Buffalo Wild Wings, Dunkin',, Kelley Blue Book Celebrate Dads
Shutterfly Takes Kids' 'Thank You' Creations To Next Level
Anheuser-Busch's Babe Canned Wine Is Growing Up Fast, Via Ecommerce
Burger King Stages 'Whopper Dance,' Chipotle To Debut Order Bot
Choice Hotels Encourages Summer Road Trips
Cruise Lines Extend Suspensions Into Fall
Taco Bell Fires Employee For Black Lives Matter Face Covering
Kroger Sales Surge As Consumers Stockpile Essentials, Cook At Home
How COVID-19 Has Changed Our Relationship With Food
'New Yorker' Takes 2020 Documentary Film Festival Online
Civil Rights Groups Launch Facebook Advertising Boycott Campaign
Out Of The Inbox: How Gen Z Feels About Privacy
Marketing Daily - Thursday, June 18, 2020
Goodbye, Aunt Jemima And Uncle Ben: Racial Stereotypes Under Scrutiny
Amid Ecommerce Challenges, Dick's Expands Clearance Concepts
Lexus Creates AR App For Vehicle Launch
PepsiCo's Bubly Stages 'Virtual' Parade To Celebrate Pride Month
P&G's New Align Colic Relief Aims To Help Crybabies With Probiotics
McDonald's Preps $200M Marketing Effort
Black Ad Professionals Form 600 & Rising, Partners With 4A's To Stamp Out Industry Racism
Monster Brings A Little Levity To The Serious Subject Of Today's Job Market
Walmart Tests Store With Only Self Checkout
Firms Are Confident In Their Privacy Protections, New Poll Shows
Sweat Of the Brow? What The Gupta Copyright Verdict Means For Email List Owners
Harvard Study Finds Rich Curtailing Spending, Costing Workers' Jobs
Marketing Daily - Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Banking On Digital Health, Walmart Snaps Up CareZone
For Early Times, Canadian Mist, It's A New Day As Brown-Forman Aims For Pricier Labels
Meal Delivery Service Freshly Launches B2B Platform
BMW, FCA, Nissan Support LGBTQIA+ Community
Formula E Will Return With Empty Grandstands
T-Mobile Resolves Outage Problems
Ford To Reveal Bronco On OJ's Birthday
Shoppers Returned To The Aisles, Curbs And Apps Last Month
Yahoo Finds 'Love' With Unbranded Content
Why Aren't Magazines Leveraging Retailers' Ecommerce Platforms?
AmazonBasics Ranking Among Top-Performing Brands Like Nike, Adidas, iFit
Let's Make A Deal: Consumers Open Emails With Discounts In The Subject Line, Study Shows
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