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Feeling the squeeze? Stop buying brands

Brands are familiar, but often expensive. A new online retailer thinks it can offer shoppers big savings by ditching branded goods altogether. Brandless launched
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Fake solar eclipse glasses flood market; NASA recommends 5 brands

The need for Solar Eclipse glasses that protect the eyes of the millions who will be witnessing history on Aug. 21 has created business
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Scammers are flooding the market with dangerous fake eclipse glasses – here’s what brands are safe to buy

Bill Ingalls/NASA… As August 21 nears, scammers are flooding the market with fake solar eclipse glasses.Watching the eclipse with glasses that haven’t met certain
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Why Agencies And Brands Should Be Worried (And How To Weather The Coming Storm)

Media2020 Media2020 Website It is tough times out there in agency-ville; Publicis awards-ageddon, news of Dentsu-Aegis Q2 profits sliding by 2.7%, (significantly down on
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Morrisons reignites row over ‘misleading’ farm brands with ban

Supermarket chain has pledged that it will not sell ‘fake farm’ own brands despite success of the ranges at rivals including Tesco and Asda.
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JEREMY MAGGS: SA’s top brands gaining ground

Should MTN’s trend of losing brand value continue, there is every chance that Vodacom will close the gap and become SA’s most valuable brand
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Interbrand study shows major growth for brands in Asia Pacific in 2017

Interbrand has completed its first ever analysis of brands in Japan, China, India and South Korea, while also analysing how brands are growing within Australia
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Brands turn to loyal customers to serve as their ambassadors

When Lauren Seserko wanted to get back into shape after college about five years ago, she went to the running store near her home
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Retailers are making big bets that brands as we know them are dying

Brands as we know them might be changing forever. Retailers both new and old are rethinking the way consumers connect with the items they
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Retailers are making big bets that brands as we know them are dying

Brands as we know them might be changing forever. Retailers both new and old are rethinking the way consumers connect with the items they