CPG performance. Leo Shapiro passes. Google on apps and A.I. (RBDR 11.12.2015)

Today on RBDR:

1) New Information Resources, Inc. study reports CPG merchandising is not performing up to snuff. (Study can be downloaded here)

2) A handful of TV and cable networks are cutting back on their number of commercial spots, which has multiple implications on media research.

3) Leo Shapiro died at 94 after decades of research contributions to P&G, Staples, Kimberly-Clark and Coca-Cola in particular.

4) Google news includes recruitment in the coming week for a hush-hush research project involving application developers (you can volunteer here), and Google is open sourcing its artificial intelligence (aka, machine learning) to gain the counsel and expertise of outsiders.

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