Pop artists are heavily leveraging the concept of strategic partnerships (collaboration) to reach ever more fragmented audiences.
Burger King is an a terrible market position, squeezed from the bottom by McDonald’s and the top by Chipotle et al.
Instead of an ever-fancier paywall, publications such as the New York Times should consider simpler collective subscription models similar to cable television.
Pop culture references to smoking, even in the new kid-flick “Rango”, are on the rise and probably contributing to a stubbornly stable teen smoking rate.
An odd name and geometric logo don’t fit the affordable/health vibe you get inside the restaurant.
The concept of “top search results” is such a joke that Google is revamping how its algorithm works to fix the problem.
As one of the most trusted brands in juices, V8 is uniquely positioned to capitalize on a huge beverage trend.
Microsoft’s new Kinect system could be a boon for marketers who want next-generation product demonstrations.
Proposed warning labels for cigarettes go for graphic shock value, but they could backfire.
Mitsubishi rigged a new Outlander for remote operation via the internet – expect to see this catch on.keep looking »