The $3 idea goes away

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The San Francisco-based company that sold most private-label essentials without branding is closing. Questions: Why did they decide to close? Based on the article, how many people were employed at Brandless? How much did SoftBank invest in this company’s concept? When did Brandless start selling its products in major retailers’ physical stores instead of online-only?… Read more »

What Do Rodney Dangerfield and Some U.S. Companies Have in Common?

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CoreBrand, a consultancy firm investigating brand reputation, recently released a report on 1,000 U.S. Companies. The results are presented in this article. Interestingly the most respected brands are in the same industry and they are Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, Inc. While Coke has enjoyed this status for six years straight, Pepsi moved up from being the… Read more »