Sure, Internet speeds are faster, and the base-level Google Fiber service is cheaper than typical Internet providers. But …
Chipotle’s ‘Farmed and Dangerous’: Entertainment or Marketing Propaganda?
Chipotle’s creation and sponsorship of a new online TV series could change how you eat—and maybe also how you perceive marketing and advertising.
Star Wars Is Coming to Netflix
The power of The Force will soon be at your fingertips—if you’re a Netflix subscriber. The company is adding Star Wars content to its streaming service for the first time ever.
A sixth season of the animated show “Star Wars: …
McDonald’s Made the Right Move in Response to Gross ‘Pink Slime’
It may seem like a bad idea to give your customers a behind-the-scenes look at a process some will find disgusting. But that’s what McDonald's did by releasing a video showing how McNuggets are made.
DVDs, Pizza, Porn: How One Video Store Chain Stays in Business
Last fall, when Blockbuster announced it would close the last of its storefronts, it seemed to officially end the era of the physical video rental model. Family Video, the country’s largest operational video rental chain, is …
Murdoch Throws in the Towel on China
The Fox media mogul has ended his 20-year campaign to conquer the Chinese media market
China Tycoon Wants To Buy New York Times
Recycling magnate Chen Guangbiao believes Sulzberger family will sell for the “right price”
The Big Business of Thanksgiving Day Parades
Thanksgiving weekend is a banner one for American retailers, but there’s another American business that thrives at this time of year: parades. Each year, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade draws more than 3.5 million …
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The White Elephant in Marissa Mayer’s Yahoo Turnaround
Investors are still mostly interested in the company’s Asian assets
iTunes Radio May Already Be Crushing Pandora
Don’t Be Afraid to Share: Ridesharing Companies Lyft, Sidecar, UberX Get Official OK in California
It’s often been difficult for “sharing economy” participants to confirm what they’re doing is legal. But now we have a little clarity—at least in terms of the sharing of car rides, at least in California.