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The Dixon family arrived home Sunday evening after a busy weekend out of town. We decided dinner was going to be a restaurant take-out meal. My wife called in the order as I raced out the door to pick it up. As I pulled into the restaurants parking
Steve Hundley, CEO of the 1ParkPlace real estate consulting company in Rancho Bernardo, aims to get the puffery out of marketing and hyper-local information into the hands of home buyers and sellers. A robust housing industry creates jobs and
Residents will register for e-mail or social networks to access literature formerly issued in via press release...I didn't believe the hype in the newspaper, why would I accept it on Facebook? Here's an example: At the meeting, Superintendent Gary
Jessica Hill/Associated Press Attorney General Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut at a Wall of Honor ceremony in Hartford for fallen troops last week. I simply misremembered it wrong, he said, a remark that was blared across the front page of The
Wyer Jr. of the University of Illinois (UI) College of Business. "When consumers suspect that advertisers are just trying to manipulate them with useless information, they may react negatively and lose trust," said Xu, a doctoral student in marketing.
A few years ago, we were among those who noticed that pretty much every mobile operator in the US had commercials making some sort of claim about how they were the "best" network out there, whether it was "most reliable," "most powerful," or "fewest