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2015 Tokyo Motor Show: Jeep Leads Return For American Brands

Things are looking up for Japanese fans of American motoring, with confirmation today that Chrysler will be the first of the ‘Detroit three’ to return to the Tokyo Motor Show. It was 2007 when Japan’s big biennial consumer motoring event last hosted any of the three major US carmakers. Show More Summary

Nestlé Taps On-Demand Deliveries

Nestlé is getting a big lift from customized Web orders for its still and sparkling water brands Poland Springs, Perrier and Pure Life.

The Edge HD is a decent sounding Windows tablet for the Philippines

Beyond the big, global brands that we see releasing products with Microsoft's Windows software on, there are a bunch of more regional brands doing good work, too. Take this, for example. It's the Edge HD, a Windows 8.1 tablet destined for the Philippines that doesn't look half bad.

Khloé Kardashian Falls and Uses Her Big Butt to Slide Down Snowy Hill—See the Hilarious KUWTK Clip!

Now that is entertaining. On tonight's brand new Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the kids head to Montana for some family bonding! While in the snowy state, Kylie Jenner wants to do...

Mastering Social Media for Big Brands by @thebigdebowski

According to Social Media Examiner, 92% of marketers say that social media is important for their business. So how are brands making the most of it? The post Mastering Social Media for Big Brands by @thebigdebowski appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Big brands feature as recalls rise

Choice says brands are no guarantee of quality as various products are pulled from market.

Watch this heartwarming trailer for Batkid's movie

Batkid is back! Miles Scott is known for being the Batkid about town and now he's ready for the big screen! This brand new trailer is set to turn Miles' story into a heartwarming movie, from documenting his battle with cancer, all the way up to him becoming an online inspiration. Batkid Begins will debut in select cities on June 26.

Three Hot Trends To Watch As Starbucks And Spotify Brew Digital Deal

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz brews up a music deal with Spotify, laying the groundwork for streaming digital entertainment and messaging in a personalized environment. Starbucks savvy step engages the brand in three big trends driving the Internet of Everything.

Disneyland 60th Anniversary Videos: Matterhorn, Paint the Night Parade, Disneyland Forever Fireworks

This weekend the Disneyland 60th anniversary celebration begins. Some big changes are in store for Disney fans and while a few (like the Hatbox Ghost) have gone live already, others will debut this weekend. Some examples are a brand-new...Show More Summary

Mobile marketing automation: How big brands are engaging customers on mobile

VB WEBINAR: The technology is so new that only about one percent of the apps on the major app stores are using MMA -- but it's the most successful one percent.

Mondelez Bets Big on E-Commerce With Shoppable Ads and 'Buy Now' Buttons

Mondelez International—the makers of Oreo cookies, Cadbury chocolate and Trident gum, among other treats—quietly started becoming an e-commerce brand with a a small test in Europe earlier this year. Now, Mondelez plans to convert all...Show More Summary

Guess The Artists! SupaBad New Act ZILLLA Revealed To Be Top Secret Collaboration — But Can YOU Figure Out Between Which Big Names?

You may not know the name Zillla — but you willla! The brand new sound is thanks to a top secret collaboration of three big-time artists who are bypassing their record labels, managers, and publishers to bring their music directly to the listener! [ Video: Who Is Fancy Finally Reveals His/Her Identity To Jimmy Fallon! ] Every two [...]

SEO for real estate marketing is a journey, not a destination

The journey to real estate search engine marketing domination starts with SEO. This quest for power is why big brands such as Zillow and realtor.com spend millions of dollars each year on SEO services to dominate search engine result pages for almost all the real estate keywords you can imagine...

Beyond: What's the Big Deal about Doom?

There's a brand new Doom game on the horizon, but what does that mean in 2015?

Small Farmers Used to Be at the Mercy of Big Agriculture. This Startup Is Helping Them Push Back.

Say you’re a farmer and you want to test a new brand of seed that one of your vendors has been hyping. You may plant a test plot in spring, but you won’t see results until fall, and then, of course, you’ll want to test it again for a few more seasons to ensure you’re seeing a pattern and not a fluke. Show More Summary

Even big brands are losing Facebook Likes, so what gives?

As Facebook continues to change, even the biggest of brands are losing Facebook Likes, so how can you keep your own numbers from slipping? Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat

Sick Bricks Updates With New Content

Toy / game hybrid Sick Bricks rolled out a big update on May 14. Here’s what’s on tap for version 1.75: New Game Additions: • Sick Park has been added as a brand new, vehicle themed game area! Check it out on the City Map. It has two...Show More Summary

Big Brand Theory: Nissan Uses Social to Build Brand Authenticity

I spoke to Scot Cottick, Senior Manager Social Media Marketing, Nissan North America, to discuss how the company approaches social and utilises the medium to best effect.

Company Behind Gucci, Other Luxury Brands Suing Alibaba Over Claims Of Counterfeit Goods

Fighting the rising tide of counterfeit goods is a constant battle for luxury brands, and a big priority if they want to stay in business. That’s why a French company behind luxury brands like Gucci, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta and sportswear names like Puma is suing Chinese online marketplace Alibaba, claiming it’s making it easy for customers to buy counterfeit goods … [More]

Odd foreign mannequins in a faded Japanese fashion shop

In older parts of Tokyo, and especially out of the city itself, faded fashion shops are far more common than any big brand stockist. Businesses that are stuck in the past both in the clothes they sell, and the kinds of customers they occasionally attract. This particular place, however, made up for any lack of […]

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