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  • How John Cena is Going Hollywood to Attract New Fans to WWE

    Nothing intimidated John Cena, who regularly faces 300-pound men in the wrestling ring -- until he had to audition for Judd Apatow and Amy Schumer. No slouch himself, packing 250 pounds onto a muscular 6-foot-one-inch frame, Cena was eager to make the...
  • Battles rage in Oregon, Colorado over genetically modified foods

    Battles rage in Oregon, Colorado over genetically modified foods
    Voters in two Western states are caught in fierce battles over whether consumers will know what is deep inside their food. Oregon and Colorado on Nov. 4 will decide the fate of labeling laws for genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, the latest fronts...
  • Industrial market booms in Baltimore

    Industrial market booms in Baltimore
    Work will begin Monday on a massive new warehouse in Aberdeen for which the developer has not signed a tenant. The 571,000-square-foot project at the Perryman Logistics Center is one of six new buildings Chesapeake Real Estate Group has in the works,...
  • Broadcast Nets Strike C7 Ad Deals in Big Upfront Sales Win

    After years of debating the issue, a group of major advertisers has decided that viewers who watch favorite TV shows up to a week after they air are worth some money. The nation's largest broadcast networks have struck a deals with one major ad-buying...
  • Opera Software to buy Brentwood start-up AdColony

    Opera Software to buy Brentwood start-up AdColony
    Tap to watch a TV show clip on Lifetime's iPad app, and a high-definition video ad for the Home Depot begins playing, it seems, even before your finger has left the screen. Shaving milliseconds to get that and thousands of other video ads loaded...
  • How to get your name on a Coke bottle

    How to get your name on a Coke bottle
    Want to see your name on a bottle of Coke, Diet Coke or Coke Zero? If you're someone who likes to see your name on stuff, Coca-Cola is taking product personalization to the next level.  For the first time, the beverage company has replaced the logo on...
  • Madison Avenue's New Song: Get Tunes Out Of Ads, And Help Stream Music Instead

    In 1995, Microsoft paid a reported $4 million to use The Rolling Stones' famous song "Start Me Up" in ads for its Windows95. According to one of Madison Avenue's most influential agencies, in 2014 that money would not be well spent. MediaVest, an ad-...
  • A thirst for energy drinks is juicing Monster Beverage's sales

    A thirst for energy drinks is juicing Monster Beverage's sales
    Back in mid-1930s Los Angeles, Hubert Hansen probably never envisioned that his fresh juice business would turn into a monster. Monster Beverage Corp. of Corona has become a giant in the energy drink industry and may be on track to overtake its...
  • Mike's Hard Lemonade introduces 8-ounce cans

    Mike's Hard Lemonade introduces 8-ounce cans
    Mike's Hard Lemonade Co. is now selling three flavors of its alcoholic drinks in 8-ounce cans, as it tries to appeal to people looking for smaller servings. The Chicago-based malt beverage company said on Tuesday that its Mike's Harder Lemonade, Mike's...
  • World Cup sponsors call for probe of Qatar selection

    World Cup sponsors call for probe of Qatar selection
    LONDON - Oil company BP and the maker of Budweiser beer joined the ranks Monday of World Cup sponsors pressing soccer's rulers to tackle corruption allegations over the awarding of the 2022 tournament to Qatar. The calls, which followed similar...
  • Supreme Court rules against false advertising on food, drink labels

    Supreme Court rules against false advertising on food, drink labels
    Food and beverage companies can be sued for false advertising if they put labels on products that would "mislead and trick consumers," the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday. The unanimous decision could have broad impact on parts of the food industry....