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  • Kimberly-Clark to launch 'designer' toilet paper roll covers

     
    That's the rather whimsical tack taken by consumer products giant Kimberly-Clark Corp., which is launching a "spring line" of colorful covers to hold extra rolls and add pizzaz to the bathroom....
  • Consumer Confidential: Verizon iPhone, higher airfares, paper-towel slugfest

     
    Here's your tally-ho Tuesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --The worst-kept secret in tech is now a reality. Verizon says it will begin offering the Apple iPhone on Feb. 10, ending AT&T's lock on the super-popular gadget.......
  • Consumer Confidential: Shorter commercials, sweeter toy rewards, tube-free toilet paper

     
    Here's your whip-it-good Wednesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --A word from our sponsors is getting shorter every day. Because of digital recorders and dwindling attention spans, advertisers are increasingly favoring 15-second TV...
  • Denim diapers – a “must have”?

     
    The Kimberly-Clark Corporation announced plans this week to team up with celeb Mom Rebecca Romijin on what they call a “fashion must-have” — denim diapers. The limited-time offer is available through the end of July 2010. Similar...
  • Parentology: Designer diapers are having a moment

     
    Kimberly-Clark, the company that makes Huggies diapers, has created an online frenzy with the announcement that Huggies Little Movers diapers now come in a "fashionable" denim design complete with faux butt pockets and belt loops. The diapers, which are...
  • Tuesday Chicago deals: Get free shoes, get organized, get away from the kids

    Tuesday Chicago deals: Get free shoes, get organized, get away from the kids
    It's hard to find coupons for childcare -- believe me, I've tried. SoI was excited today to see that daily deal site Mamapedia is offering half price at Kidz Drop-In childcare centerin Elmhurst. For $30, you get "roughly" six hours of sitting for one...
  • Dads and diaper makers hug it out

    Dads and diaper makers hug it out
    A stay-at-home dad, offended by a television commercial that made dads look like dummies, has used social media — the same cudgel that forced Bank of America to back off last year from plans to hike fees — to get the makers of Huggies...
  • Quintessential Chicago ad man has evolved with the industry, rising to the occasion

    Quintessential Chicago ad man has evolved with the industry, rising to the occasion
    During four decades as a quintessential Chicago ad man, Ron Bess has steered campaigns for clients from McDonald's to Gatorade while climbing the ranks at some of the city's most prominent agencies. Bess, a natural pitchman, well-schooled leader and...
  • Germiest place in America? The gas pump

    Germiest place in America? The gas pump
    Warning: This story might make your skin crawl. A new study has found that the gas pump is the germiest, filthiest thingwe touch in everyday life. That's according to Dr. Charles Gerba of the University of Arizona -- and he should know. A...
  • Gas Pumps, ATM Buttons Among Most Dirty Surfaces

    Gas Pumps, ATM Buttons Among Most Dirty Surfaces
    Just in time for flu season, a new study carried out in six major U.S. cities found that the filthiest surface is at the gas pump. Hygiene company Kimberly-Clark trained researchers to swab frequently touched surfaces in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los...
  • Kimberly-Clark says it is closing Everett paper mill; 750 to lose jobs

    Kimberly-Clark says it is closing Everett paper mill; 750 to lose jobs
    Kimberly-Clark Corp. announced Thursday it has failed to sell its paper mill in Everett and will be shutting it down, throwing about 750 employees out of work soon. Nearly 90 percent of the workers will lose their jobs by New Year’s Day, and only...