Amazon has officially launched its new virtual currency, Amazon Coins, for Kindle Fire in the U.S.
We've re-launched! On May 1, 2013 the Popsop website saw a series of dramatic changes—we updated the design, refined and simplified the navigation, launched a neat weekly newsletter, and, most importantly, decided to go back to our roots and revived the "Brands that teach" philosophy
IKEA’s real estate branch Inter Hospitality and Marriott International Inc. have partnered to provide European tourists with more affordable accommodations. The hotel chain is launching a new economy-class hotel brand, MOXY, which will be developed in collaboration with Inter IKEA Group, the parent company of the furniture and home goods manufacturer. Surprisingly enough, the hotels of 150 to 300 rooms each won’t be equipped with the IKEA furniture, still the company has provided “novel construction techniques to keep construction costs down,” according to The Wall Street Journal.
Apple is No.1 on list for the sixth straight year. In the top, the i-devices manufacturer is followed by Google, Amazon, Coca-Cola and Starbucks.
With this move, Samsung once again takes on Apple, that will be unveiling its spacecraft-inspired HQ in 2016.
Google is contributing to the future of the UK advertising industry by launching a new training program, Squared. The free six-week course, developed in partnership with the IPA (the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising) and Impact International, is to be launched on March 12.
Rolex and Apple are the top consumer and business brands, respectively, this year's Superbrands UK research finds. The Swiss luxury timepieces maker leads the UK chart for the second straight year in the Consumer category, while the U.S. based Apple gets on the top of the business list, pushing the last year’s leader Rolls-Royce to the 16th position.
The $28 billion deal ($23.3 billion plus debt) is to be finalized later this year.