One Chicago woman is insisting that Starbucks’ iced teas and coffees contain too much ice, and she’s taking the brand to court. Here’s how brand managers responded.
Source: Starbucks gets cold shoulder in iced beverage lawsuit | Articles | Home
“Captain America: Civil War,” opened at number three in Japan. Toho’s “Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare” led the ‘Golden Week’ chart.
via Japan Box Office: ‘Captain America’ Opens Third Behind ‘Conan,’ ‘Zootopia’ — Variety
It may be time to explore other opportunities.
Source: What to Do When You’re Bored With Your Job
Born in September? Six feet tall? Go by a nickname? Your success prospects are looking good.
Source: Surprising things that affect success – Business Insider
Here’s what the offbeat commercials from Slim Jim and Taco Bell can teach modern-day marketers.
Source: Marketing lessons from ’90s ad campaigns | Articles | Home
April is Autism Awareness Month, and at The Autistic Beekeeper, Stef talks about the reluctance of many people — including close friends and family — to even utter the word “autism.”
via It’s Okay to Say “Autism” — Discover
If you can no longer work with a troublesome client, it’s time to cut the cord and move on. Here’s how you can do it without burning your bridges.
Source: 3 ways PR pros can break up with clients | Articles | Home
It looks like Sookie will be back after all. After months of speculation — and both McCarthy and the series’ showrunner weighing in — McCarthy announced on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” that she’ll be returning for Netflix’s “Gilmore Girls” revival as Sookie. “Literally about an hour and half ago we figured out that I’m gonna……
via Melissa McCarthy to Return for ‘Gilmore Girl’ Revival as Sookie — Variety
You just fired a client who cost you tens of thousands and ruined your sleep for six months. What can you do to make sure this never happens again?
Source: 5 PR clients to avoid: How to spot a bad client before you sign | Articles | Home
Spoiler warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen “The Walking Dead” Season 6 finale, titled “Last Day on Earth.” If you sensed some animosity toward “The Walking Dead” on Twitter on Sunday night, you weren’t imagining it. Social-media analytics company Canvs found that the final scene of the show’s season 6 finale drew overwhelmingly……
via ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6 Finale Draws Social-Media Hate — Variety