NASA gets official about defending Earth from asteroids with its new Planetary Defense Coordination Office, which will work to detect threats and coordinate a response.
The social network for scrapbookers pops “promoted pins,” aka paid advertising, into users' search results and category feeds.
Research shows that the guilty pleasure can boost mood and energy levels. And yes, scientists say it's worth serious study.
A new ad for Kraft Macaroni and Cheese shows a man and his pregnant wife communicating via their Nokia Lumia phones. What ensues is treachery.
Kraft and Intel get together to create a vending machine that scans human faces and calculates age. Only adults are offered a sample of a new Jell-O product aimed at the non-kid crowd.
Kraft mercilessly teases us--or perhaps fools us--with what would have been the coolest thing in the kitchen since sliced bread.
BlogTalkRadio looks to expand
NPD Group says those who stopped buying music online were mostly older music fans who lost interest. Analyst Crupnick recommends hiring Kraft or Colgate marketers.
The sixth installment in the Open Source CEO Series, this time with Boris Kraft of Magnolia.
Manugistics said Monday that Kraft Foods has agreed to license its manufacturing software. The food giant plans to use the applications in both its domestic and international operations to reduce inventory and cut manufacturing costs. The companies would not disclose the value of the sale. The deal comes amid hard financial times for Manugistics, which warned investors last week that slowing sales in recent months will lead the company to post higher-than-expected losses in the first quarter. The company's management said it will lay off an unspecified number of staff as the company seeks to cut costs. Other enterprise software companies, including Manugistics rivals i2 Technologies, Oracle and SAP, are also grappling with declining software sales.