Kantar 1st-Half 2017 Sales Under Water | RBDR

August 28, 2017. Today on RBDR:

1) WPP reports that Kantar’s Q2 revenues fell 4.6% – a worrisome, frightening, potential portent of bad things ahead for the whole industry.

2) The U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear Carpenter V. United States, which could resolve whether cell phone location data is privacy protected.

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Today on RBDR: 1) The U.S. Supreme Court will rule on Spokeo v. Robins, determining whether a data aggregator can be held responsible for presenting inaccurate personal data. 2) Salesforce.com’s “Putting Wearables to Work” study offers insights on wearable technology in business. 3) Kroger is buying the U.S. business of DunnHumby.

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Today: 1) New product failures led Kraft Foods to reinvent its innovation philosophies. It was explained by VP Innovation Breakthroughs Barry Calpino as strongly driven by major dollar investments behind high-potential products. 2) The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments from Pom Wonderful in its product labeling lawsuit against Minute Maid and its pomegranate juice brand, and the plaintiff’s survey of what consumers could comprehend about juice content from package labeling became a major discussion point. 3) MoveMR is a new mobile qualitative MR firm with several innovative mobile research focuses, which is a case in point for why it received RBDR coverage and how you can achieve this, too.