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SILICON VALLEY ASKS ‘ WHERE’S THE MONEY’?

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Just when a new survey suggests that more than half of U.S. consumers would be interested in cars built by Apple or Google, the two tech giants are reportedly turning away from manufacturing tomorrow’s high-tech cars. The survey was conducted by TECHnalysis Research. Company president, Bob O’Donnell said, “Given what a huge jump it is […]

Bloomberg Adds Reach and Tesla Explores Tube Travel

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Erik Sass writes in Media Daily News, “Bloomberg has launched a new online flagship site, Bloomberg Business, combining and replacing two previously separate Web destinations, Bloomberg.com and Businessweek.com.” He says the purpose of the move is to expand Bloomberg’s global reach beyond financial to the business audience in general. . . . . Tech News […]

Native Advertising, Unorthodox Car Reviews & Ethics of Auto Journalism

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More native advertising appears to be in the works at the New York Times (and elsewhere) according to Karl Greenberg in Marketing Daily. He quotes Times Executive VP, Advertising, Meredith Kopit Levien, “Native advertising exploits the form, factor, discovery mechanism and production values of the surrounding content, taking the shape of the storytelling around it […]

LOS ANGELES AUTO SHOW: DAY ONE

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All-New Models Join Aged Mustang LOS ANGELES – More bang for the buck underscored the first batches of debuts at the Los Angeles Auto Show, including V-6 models from Ford, Jaguar and Porsche that emphasized economy and affordability as key qualities for the 2014 and 2015 model years. Headlines that once played up “performance” and […]