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Special to The TimesShoppers swarm around the farmers market stall. After the rainy California winter, strawberries, peas and fava beans, those heralds of spring, are hot sellers. Some customers move in for the kill, brandishing their trophy produce in one hand and exact...
Times Staff WriterIt's like this: You grab a box of General Mills' Wheaties off the grocery shelf. Or so you think. In fairly big type below "Wheaties," the package says, "Contains Kellogg's Frosted Flakes." A silly scenario? Not in the world of flying, post-deregulation....
Tags: Transportation, Travel, Consumers, Sales, National Government
Detroit Free PressIt's a commercial hawking breakfast cereal. That's all. And yet with a simple flourish, the presence of an interracial family, the latest Cheerios ad has incited both remarkable hatred and inspiring support. General Mills had to disable comments on...
Tags: ABC (tv network), Racism, Politics, Elections, Barack Obama
The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionCheerios is standing by an ad featuring a biracial family extolling the "heart health" benefits of the General Mills cereal, despite remarks on YouTube that forced the disabling of commenting. The ad features a child with a Cheerios box approaching her...
I’m late to the Cheerios commercial “controversy,” and I know it has nothing to do with the economy, but bear with me here. After all, it’s my blog. And General Mills is a big business. So, I’m gonna claim blogger’s...
Star Tribune (Minneapolis)The Jolly Green Giant has a new gig: hawking salty snacks. Green Giant is synonymous with vegetables, from broccoli to beans. But General Mills Inc. is expanding its venerable brand to the burgeoning "veggie chip" market. Sound far-fetched? Well, the...
WDBJ7 Multimedia JournalistCustomers upset about a coupon controversy now have an answer from Kroger. According to a local coupon group, the grocery chain pulled one of its advertised coupon deals earlier than expected. Customers said earlier in the week you could buy four...
VarietyFor an early poster teasing "Despicable Me 2," Universal Pictures went with a more minimalist approach: two Minions stand above the date July 2013. It didn't need to say more because since the first film hit big in 2010, the yellow Twinkie-shaped...
Tags: Travel, Online Advertising, Entertainment, Consumers, Elections
Charley’s WildFire Grille on the Orange Blossom Trail is moving to Little Lake Bryan in Lake Buena Vista in the summer of 2014. The owner, Talk of the Town Restaurants, has purchased the property and the current building at 6107 S. Orange Blossom...
Kiplinger's Money PowerHow you re-enter the stock market matters, especially if you've taken a hiatus. Even if you're anxious to get back in the game, you'll want to buy into stocks gradually. Investing a set amount periodically, a strategy called dollar-cost averaging, helps...
Students at Youth's Benefit Elementary School in Fallston received a big surprise Thursday morning when they learned their school was the grand prize winner of $25,000 in the Scott Shared Values Box Tops for Education Sweepstakes. Scott Brand and...
Arianna HuffingtonOn Tuesday I guest-hosted CNBC's "Squawk Box," a program that bills itself as the show that "brings Wall Street to Main Street." As well as discussing Cyprus and a possible euro-crisis, we discussed the growing trend in corporate America of taking steps...
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