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Gas Station To Pay $500k for Selling Counterfeit Coach Typically one envisions street peddlers and rouge Internet sites hustling counterfeit merchandise, but counterfeit items can be found most anywhere, even gas stations. On April 8, 2013, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan entered summary judgment for Coach, Inc.
Security Bistro | News and analysis of the latest cyber attacks, security threats, network security, mobile security, data protection and much more.Is Spam Increasing? A Look At Some New March Campaigns Seeing more spam? You’re not alone. Global spam increased 64 percent last month, according to Cisco’s IronPort Threat Operations Center.
California Milk Processor Board Keeps Dreaming by Karl Greenberg over 1 hour ago The California Milk Processor Board is extending its dream-themed campaign under its "Got Milk" umbrella. The somnolent campaign continues the idea that, since milk has tryptophan, it is good natural sleep aid if you have a glass before hitting the sack. ... Twitter's Vine App Update Allows More Sharing, Web-Embedded Video by Steve Smith 3 hours ago The version number update to Twitter's video app Vine adds features that marketers could find especially helpful. With its iOS update available over this past weekend, Vine now allows app users to share videos posted by others on their own Twitter and Facebook networks. ...
Friday, March 29, 2013 eMarketer’s latest forecast for US online ad spending raises expectations for Yahoo! for the first time in more than a year, as signals suggest advertisers will continue to increase investment in the web giant. The UK has lagged behind the US in the percentage of book purchases coming through online retailers. However, research finds the sector is on a fast rise, growing from one-quarter of sales in 2010 to nearly two out of five in 2012. US digital display ad spending will continue its robust growth this year after reaching nearly $15 billion in revenues in 2012, eMarketer predicts.