Two old-economy brands are trending upward, with one staging a low-frequency back-from-the-dead revival. Meanwhile, Facebook hits an unwelcome milestone while an angry dough-slinger hits back.
One tech giant is busy scanning books while the soon-to-be-former-employees of another are scanning the job postings. And scattered clouds are in the forecast, sunshine.
The Feds help alternative energy strike a blow against big oil back East while fighting a potential newspaper monopoly out West. And if you were thinking “tuna for lunch,” sorry Charlie.
America’s big-box retail chains are a gift that just keeps giving to wiseass brand know-it-alls running short on original ideas for their weekly drivel.
The insta-media world wobbles with investor's woes while the fossil-fuel losing streak start to take its toll on an already unpopular industry. And forget the sandbox: two long-time rivals may soon be playing nicely in the toybox.
The world's biggest chip-maker makes good on its diversity goals while the automotive industry continues to be an endless source of bad brand news. And a hipster car brand feels like it was gone in 60 seconds.