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This video, which has been circulating via email, social networking and video sharing sites for several years, supposedly shows a terrible bungee jumping accident in which the unfortunate jumper has his head snapped off by a large crocodile as he nears the water at the end of his jump. "Big Doug", the hapless bungee jumper, is shown leaping from a high platform built over an Australian waterway while two sports commentators report on the action. However, the video is not footage of a real incident, but instead a TV commercial for Foster's, an iconic Australian beer. The commercial was first shown on British ...
accessories, and bathroom and kitchen items in their retail stores around the world. The company, which pioneered flat-pack design furniture at affordable prices, is now the world's largest furniture retailer. IKEA was founded in 1943 by 17-year-old Ingvar Kamprad in Sweden. Currently, the company is owned by a Dutch -registered foundation that is believed to be controlled by the Kamprad family. IKEA is an acronym comprising the initials of the founder's name ( I ngvar K amprad), the farm where he grew up ( E lmtaryd), and his home parish ( A gunnaryd, in Småland , South Sweden). INGKA Holding B.V. is the parent ...
Ugg accident and lessons learned
Although the CCTV Spring Festival Evening Tiger has long curtain collect, but the topic has continued on its hot, \Wang Zhao Benshan pieces this year, \Coincidentally, this month 23, Mouwang CCTV advertising department reports to relevant sources, Xia Hong Bo, director of CCTV’s advertising has officially resigned. Spring Festival Evening implantation advertising, Zhao Benshan and CCTV into 55? Tiger implantable CCTV Spring Festival Evening advertising that vocal oplabor to become the object of the audience, which pieces have been friends bpathside King Uncle Zhao. In Zhao Benshan’s piece \Media reports said that ... market research, surveys and trends
GymFacts Lose Weight-Tone Abs With Electronic Muscle Stimulator ...
You have probably seen plenty of advertisements extolling how Electronic Abdominal Stimulators can melt your belly fat fast and quickly. Most of these advertisements will also claim that their electronic abs stimulators can also flatten your tummy to reveal your six pack abs muscle. They even claim that by using electronic abs stimulators for X minutes is better that 300 sit ups or crunches, so you can say bye bye to diets and exercise forever. Too good to be true? On the other hand, you may also have come across many articles and messages from the health and fitness industry or from your fitness personal trainers who refute the ... market research, surveys and trends


IKEA: Definition from
and there are stores in 31 countries. Their business idea is: "We shall offer a wide range of well-designed, functional home furnishing products at prices so low that as many people as possible will be able to afford them." Using the IKEA catalogue and visiting the store, the customer chooses the furniture and picks it up at the self-serve warehouse. Because most items are packed flat, they can be taken home easily, and assembled there by the buyer. Last updated: June 15, 2004. (established 1943) This furniture and furnishings company was founded in Sweden by Ingvar Kamprad (b. 1926). In the late 1990s it had almost ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
ikea : definition of ikea and synonym of ikea (English)
is a privately-held, international, low-cost home products retailer that sells modern, utilitarian design furniture, much of which is assembled by the consumer. IKEA was founded in Sweden by Ingvar Kamprad and it is owned by a Dutch-registered foundation controlled by the Kamprad family. IKEA is an acronym comprising the initials of the founder's name, I ngvar K amprad, and home village, E lmtaryd, A gunnaryd. The owner/franchiser of the IKEA trademark and the IKEA Concept is Inter IKEA Systems B.V. It has corporate offices in the Netherlands, Sweden and Belgium. The IKEA brand is owned by another company with complex ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Editorial Roundup: Excerpts From Recent Editorials
Transocean, the company that owns the oil drilling platform where the Gulf leak occurred, moved its headquarters from Houston to Switzerland to avoid paying U.S. taxes. It still has 1,300 people in Houston, and about 12 in Switzerland. It saved $1.8 billion in taxes, according to a study by Martin A. Sullivan, an economist for the trade publication Tax Analysts. BP leases the platform from Transocean to take advantage of a tax break that permits it to write off most of the rental cost, a tax deduction of $82 million a year on that transaction alone. Then the macro. The oil industry pays far less than American business in general ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Donkeygate: a reply
Before getting into the following, I would like to be clear: I have never sent a donkey parasailing. I do not intend to do so. If I saw it happening I would try to stop it. Also, if I see a spider in my flat I catch it in a tumbler and take it outside rather than squash it. Anyway, there’s a blog elsewhere on this site featuring a video of a donkey parasailing. Quite a lot of people commenting on that post apparently found the idea that anyone could watch such a video in anything apart from total horror repellent. Its publication was variously characterised as ’sickening’, ‘deplorable’, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


The Risk of Collateral Damage in Advertising Campaigns
from their monthly Television Advertising Complaints Reports for the period concerned. The achievement of Objective 4 was made possible by access to an ITC ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
FTC Reports on Alcohol Marketing and Self-Regulation
A new Federal Trade Commission report on alcohol marketing and youth examines industry efforts to reduce the likelihood that alcohol advertising will target those under the legal drinking age of 21. It also announces a new system for monitoring alcohol industry compliance with self-regulatory programs. The report explains where alcohol suppliers spend their promotional dollars, provides data on compliance with the industry's advertising placement standard, discusses the status of external review of advertising complaints, and provides information about the Commission's education ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Green advertising incites more complaints, Chicago marketing ...
Advertising campaigns for Dispoz-O's Enviroware products and Masternet Ltd's plastic netting products were challenged over environmental claims in 2009. MasterNet Ltd.-- Plastic Netting Products Oct. 2, 2009 Claim at issue: “MasterNet’s ‘Wattle Netting’ is biodegradable” Recommendation: MasterNet Ltd. should discontinue certain environmental claims for its plastic netting packing products. The Better Business Bureau found, however, that the company could support a “more environmentally friendly” claim in a limited context. Clorox-- Green Works Natural Cleaning Wipes Sept. 25, 2009 Challenged claims: “99% natural and ...
what is the website that debunks stories called newsbusters
is the "Media Research Center"'s blog which according to them provides "immediate exposure of liberal media bias", insightful analysis, constructive criticism and timely corrections to news media reporting. In August of 2005, with the guidance of Matthew Sheffield of Dialog New Media, the MRC launched the NewsBusters blog to provide immediate exposure of liberal media bias, insightful analysis, constructive criticism and timely corrections to news media reporting. Taking advantage of the MRC's thorough and ongoing tracking of liberal media bias, including a wealth of ...
How do I report an ad appearing in your search results posing as a ...
StevenG, thanks for the reply to my post.  I did as your post suggested.  I reported Google, the fraudulent website, and 123-Click, inc. to the IC3. Notice in the screenshot the URL is But the user who clicks is not taken to that URL.  This is a phishing scheme! All Google had to do was visit the URL the user is being redirected to before allowing the ad to be posted in their search results to know this. The website's "Participation Requirement" and "Privacy Policy" out and out states, "We are collecting and selling your personal data and collecting credit card numbers." I cannot believe Google is ...