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Brand Autopsy: iPod: the ‘i’ stands for …
An anonymous scribbler in NYC defaced a row of iPod posters and in the process expressed his interpretation of the Apple ad campaign as a commentary on ...
Brand Autopsy: The Iced Starbucks Coupon
image from JONATHAN HERNANDEZre: the Starbucks Iced Coffee coupon … if needed, read the background story here, here, and here …
Brand Autopsy: FTC to Challenge the Whole Foods/Wild Oats Merger
Posted by: Mary Brace | June 06, 2007 at 09:12 AM ... Do you believe a merged WFM & OATS will result in higher prices? ...
Brand Autopsy: Would you miss Dairy Queen?
As silly as it sounds, Dairy Queen is an emotional "lovemark": My grandparents owned one of the first Dairy Queen franchises in Texas ...
Brand Autopsy: My Starbucks Idea
In the comments section, a former long-time Starbucks partner questions just how much the MyStarbucksIdea.com website will engage readers ...
Brand Autopsy: The Idea Sandbox: Introduction
I’m delighted to share with you that I, Brand Examiner Paul, am starting my own business in Seattle. I’m opening an ideation destination... ...
Brand Autopsy: Welcome to McDonald’s, may WE take your order?
Steven Bigari, a McDonald’s franchisee, has dramatically increased the efficiency of his 12 McDonald's by reducing its drive-through order ...
Brand Autopsy: I Don’t Want My GSTV
What if you where able to sign up for a valero credit card and everytime you filled up and used the monitor you would be given reward points ...
Brand Autopsy: Would you miss Walgreens?
Continuing my “Would you Miss” series ... Does Walgreens provide such a ... Still, I would miss my Walgreen's very much -- it is all about convenience. ...
Brand Autopsy: Talking Shop with Zane Safrit
I first met Zane Safrit at a Word of Mouth Marketing Association Conference in Orlando back in 2006. He was on a panel discussing how he, ...
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