You’re not crazy. The words premium and snack really are popping up on chain-restaurant menus everywhere. Crazy is making some appearances too.
It’s a battle for bragging rights, with two automakers saying they each had the world’s best-selling car model last year. Can they both be right?
How’s this for an “edgy” new ad: In a poster displayed on a subway, a woman is shown bowing her head and holding a hand over her face in shame. Next to her are the words “You’re Not Alone. Millions of people love the Big Mac.”
Everybody loves ice cream. And everybody loves freebies. And free ice cream? That’s almost too good to be true.
The U.S.’s biggest “low fare” airline appears to be experiencing an identity crisis. In Southwest’s new ad campaign, there’s no silly humor and no mention of “bags fly free” or cheap flight prices. The message is that this is a …
There’s no mystery as to why companies give away swag during the Oscars to people in the movie business. The possibility that a celebrity will Tweet about the product or perhaps be photographed with it more than offsets the cost …
Last week, the Better Business Bureau announced that it had officially expelled one of its local affiliates, the BBB of Southland, which served the greater Los Angeles area.
Thanks to the Internet, it’s never been easier to become briefly famous. Posting an especially creative, embarrassing, funny, or otherwise highly “shareable” video or blog online will usually do the trick. But becoming rich and famous? That’s far more difficult.
In the fast food world, the “limited-time offer” is a remarkably powerful thing. Why?
Wendy’s recently rolled out a new logo in the hopes of updating the company’s image and giving the brand a bit of a facelift. But sometimes the desire for a little nip and tuck can backfire.