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Tom Hoffman | January 26, 2016
As one of the world's most iconic brands, McDonald's has fallen on some hard times in recent years. The world's largest restaurant company has suffered disappointing sales growth and declining margins. Certainly one of the big trends behind McDonald's business challenges is an American consumer base that's increasingly opting for healthier foods over fast and convenient foods. But that hasn't stopped other burger-themed restaurant chains such as Shake Shack from expanding. Even Burger King has been posting impressive same-store sales Read more »
Mila D'Antonio | January 25, 2016
The NRF's Big Show last week served as retail's playground for cutting-edge technology. From robot associates to wearable computers, technology will serve as a driving force in how retailers will deliver the customer experience. Read more »
Judith Aquino | January 21, 2016
Last year was a rough year for the ad tech industry. Companies like Rocket Fuel, Turn, PubMatic, Collective, and Centro all cut jobs in 2015 amid a downturn in ad spend. The message was clear: Advertisers and their partners need to do a better job of helping brands reach consumers. Aligning ads with a mobile-first audience and creating a less disruptive experience were some of the solutions industry experts offered up during AdExchanger's annual Industry Preview. Here are highlights of Read more »
Anna Papachristos | January 20, 2016
Brands are quite familiar with the old 'spend money to make money' adage. But when it comes to content marketing investments, few companies are willing to give in order to get. Read more »
Tom Hoffman | January 19, 2016
The European Union is taking a closer look at how big companies such as Google and Facebook are collecting customer data and whether these practices represent a breach of antitrust rules. While no competition issues have been found in this area, the EU's Commissioner for Competition, Margrethe Vestager, said at the Digital Life Design conference in Munich that the EU will continue to look carefully at the matter. Read more »
Mila D'Antonio | January 18, 2016
For retailers, strategies for engaging with customers continuously change. Today, at the National Retail Federation's Big Show in New York City, some strategies and trends like enabling mobility, using data to engage in real time, and seamlessly linking the customer experience, remain top of mind for many of the 34,000 attendees. Read more »
Judith Aquino | January 14, 2016
Auto companies are at the beginning of a major transition as they peer into a future where people may not want or need to own vehicles. In an increasingly on-demand and subscription-based economy, manufacturers are exploring a wider range of ownership models and rides-as-a-service programs to keep pace with changing customer behaviors and expectations. Read more »
Anna Papachristos | January 13, 2016
Christmas trees have begun to collect on the curb outside our window--including one of the pre-lit, artificial variety, oddly enough--indicating that the holiday season has officially come to an end. Yet, while stockings may no longer hang by the chimney with care, brands can still use the lessons learned over the last few months to develop new strategies for the year ahead. Read more »
Tom Hoffman | January 12, 2016
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued an extensive report summarizing a number of areas that businesses need to consider when making use of Big Data to ensure that outcomes with consumers aren't discriminatory. The report, entitled Big Data: A Tool for Inclusion or Exclusion? Understanding the Issues, takes a careful look at how Big Data is used after it has been collected and analyzed. This includes some of the potential risks that can result from biases or inaccuracies about Read more »

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