A new family is leading the reinvention of Gamse Lithographing, a Maryland printer that had rethink how it does business in the Internet age.
A third of all purchases over Thanksgiving weekend were attributed to self-gifting, as shoppers took advantage of steep discounts and treated themselves.
Nestle, a company more known for sweets than health food, could be getting into the business of weight-loss supplements.
We all know retailers use marketing tricks to get us to buy more. Here are five ways department stores convince you to blow your budget.
Unlike most fast-food chains, Chipotle isn't into the holidays. And So far, that strategy has worked well for the burrito and salad bowl company.
Reggae star Bob Marley's family is licensing his name and image to a private equity group that will create a global brand of marijuana products.
Kim Kardashian loves her BlackBerry Bold. But BlackBerry CEO John Chen has no plans -- at the moment -- to make the reality star the company's spokesmodel.
Dillard's stores weathered a social media backlash over a sign in a girls' department asking for a slim body and fat bank account.
Microsoft will roll out its Lumia 535 smartphone this month, dropping the Nokia name just months after buying the Finnish company's handset business.
Pizza Hut is letting customers play mad scientist, giving them the freedom to make pies with honey Sriracha sauce or add curry flavor to the crusts.
Ice cream maker Ben & Jerry's will keep its Hazed & Confused flavor name over protests that it makes light of campus hazing.
Digital marketers are scanning vast numbers of online images, looking for brand names on clothing or products held to target ads and build a dossier on you.
Companies with the name Isis are dealing with the bad image caused by the terrorist group in the Middle East. But consumers can tell the difference, right?
The FTC told the company in 1997 that it couldn't claim that just 3 minutes with the ab Glider would lead to big weight loss. Here we go again.
Pizza Hut is testing out a lighter pizza in two U.S. markets as it seeks to freshen up its menu and regain its footing against competitors.
Lots of firms are turning recycled material into new goods, but in some places around the world, a few companies are letting you pay with bottles and cans.
Struggling casual-dining chain Olive Garden is offering seven weeks of unlimited pasta, breadsticks, salad and Coca-Cola beverages for just $100.
What if an ATM fulfilled your dreams rather than just filling your wallet? That's exactly what some customers in Canada got -- without even asking.
Mobile is allegedly the future for Google, Facebook and other online and social media companies, but there's one thing those small screens don't do so well.
Cedar Point promises to rename a roller coaster after basketball superstar LeBron James, who's returning to Ohio. Let the hype for the thrill ride begin.