Marketing news continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
54 min ago | Lifestyles
A partnership that plans to build an oilsands refinery northeast of Edmonton says the cost of the project has risen $8.5 billion.
Should the US stop sending aid to developing countries?
Should smoking in public places be banned?
Readers may assume that. But changes in the media and the way people get their news drove the federal agency Wednesday to weigh the issue of disclosure about Internet stories that look like real news stories.
Regulators need to use their powers "far more" to crack down on the companies that make nuisance calls, according to a committee of MPs.
The holiday shopping season is in full swing. The promotional emails are flooding inboxes everywhere, the daily deals show no sign of stopping if you thought that Black Friday and Cyber Monday were the end of this madness, you were very wrong.
A plan to pay Afghan men money for wedding dowries is cited as an example of poor propaganda planning in a new report.
Baby boomers are suckers for appeals to their narcissism. Generation Xers can't stand their parents.
Probiota 2014 - the leading conference bridging the interface of academia and industry for cutting edge science about the prebiotics, probiotics and the microbiome - has extended the call for proposals for its poster sessions by one week to Friday 13th December 2013.
Medical instruments maker Harvard Bioscience said Wednesday that it will eliminate about 50 jobs, or 13 percent of its workforce, to save money and plans to reinvest some of the savings in expanding its business in China.
Marketing innovation labs are all the rage among long-successful enterprises that now find themselves playing catch-up to nimble, tech-savvy startups.
Sumito Ishii, managing director of General Motors Japan, right, and Gregg Sedewitz, director of sales and marketing, unveil a new Cadillac CTS in Tokyo, Japan, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013.
It's a scene that is both predictable and, for some critics, unseemly: After a major accident or other disaster, lawyers swoop in, seeking to represent victims or their loved ones who may want to file a lawsuit.
One million people accessed HealthCare.gov on Monday, its first weekday of operation since a team of technology experts finished a series of fixes aimed at stabilizing the troubled website, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said Tuesday.
After running the service in preview mode for over a year, Google is making its IaaS Google Compute Engine available as a full-fledged commercial service.
This is a week for giving thanks, something we usually think of in the context of our home and a gathering of family and friends.
Minnesota may lack the glamour of Paris, but a new effort aims to make the state attractive to French vacationers.
A woman charged earlier this year with 10 counts of communications fraud and engaging in a pattern of unlawful activity is now facing even more charges.