Breaking news…Chicken wings are in short supply. As you can see from the above video footage, Kraft Foods–the conglomerate based in suburban Chicago–admits, at least in part, responsibility for the shortage. David Ervin, Brand Director, Kraft Salad Dressing, says, “Authorities have informed us that samples of our best tasting Ranch ever have been leaked to […]
Archives for January 2009
Yes, it’s also a sales channel! Houston Twiterati are at this very minute placing drink orders with the baristas @coffeegroundz via Twitter, the micro-blogging platform rumored to be worth $250 mil. Mr. Tweet, says, “How cool is that? You don’t even have to stop working to walk to the counter and order a coffee.”
According to Cincinnati Enquirer, Procter & Gamble reported net earnings of $5 billion, or 1.58 per share, for the October-December quarter, an increase of 53 percent from the same quarter a year ago. The gain came from the sale of Folgers coffee.
> The Wall Street Journal has the full story and multimedia treatment on ousted Illinois Governor, Rod Blagojevich. But this is the thing I find intriguing. He used his office improperly. But how common is this “crime” in corporate environments? That it’s common doesn’t make it right, but will you agree that it’s all too […]