Hearst is letting all but 20 journalists at their Seattle paperless go. Oregon’s unemployment is now in double digits. And on the sour notes sound… Unless you brew craft beer. Then it’s all clanging bottles and the sweet roll of kegs. According to The Wall Street Journal the industry is stronger than ever. Last year, […]
SPAR, founded in the Netherlands in 1932, is the world’s largest international food retail chain with nearly 16,000 stores in 34 countries. According to JWT’s AnxietyIndex*, SPAR supermarkets in Prague have launched a special online tool to help consumers deal with the economic crisis. Consumers can print a new discount shopping voucher every day. They […]
“Seems so long I felt this way and time sure passin slow My time coming, anyday, don’t worry about me, no ” – John Perry Barlow Mark Morford is a columnist for The San Francisco Chronicle. In his latest piece, he imagines a glorious “green in every way” future for the Golden State. Pot is, […]
There are times when Mad Men let doubt creep in. Times when they wonder if their investment in advertising is well spent. If you’re suffering from such thoughts, maybe this will help… According to Market Watch, America’s Top 100 brands (as ranked by BusinessWeek and InterBrand) generated a 31% return from 2000 through 2008, while […]
According to Ad Age, Cessna sees its planes as “productivity tools.” You know, like Power Point.