One kid with his head buried in his iPhone through the holidays comes up with a stunning present
Around this time last year, quick-service restaurant insiders were predicting that 2013 would be a big year for buns. The year didn’t disappoint.
Today only, you have the chance to pay $50 for the privilege of spending another $400 at Starbucks. But only if you act fast!
It was the kind of video you could tell would go viral the moment you watched it. A trio of young girls, bored watching TV shows about princesses, build an elaborate Rube Goldberg machine while rapping over the Beastie Boys’ ’80s single “Girls.” The original Beasties track is a jokey, juvenile (and blatantly misogynistic) song
Not too shabby.
Could the era of nonstop LTOs–limited-time offers–in fast food be coming to a close? The industry’s new trend just might be fewer new things on menus.
A new study suggests that beauty product pitches should be timed to target women at their “most vulnerable” moments — specifically, Mondays, when women feel least attractive.
Annoyed by the crass dating ads on Facebook and the dubious pitches for six-pack abs?
Most people like Thanksgiving to have passed before setting up Christmas decorations and jumping into winter holiday mode. For marketers, however, it’s now become standard to embrace the winter holiday mentality long before …
What, you’ve never heard of Frute Brute and Fruity Yummy Mummy? To a certain population that grew up in the 1970s and ’80s, the return of these cult-favorite monster-themed cereals—in vintage form, no less—is bringing on a high on par with eating two bowls of sugar cereal while Saturday morning cartoons blare on the TV.
Eager to convince the public that its ships are up to snuff, Carnival Cruise Lines is introducing a guarantee promising unsatisfied customers a 110% refund and a free (and speedy) trip back home.