Some argue that Huckabee has compromised his stated intention in pulling the ad – he did not want to make the negative atmosphere worse – by inviting a wave of negative press, while others, including PRWeek's Keith O'Brien, argue that the circumstance, attention, and online availability will outweigh the negative press that may not even affect “fence Republican/conservative voters.”
The New York Times discusses the practice of “checkbook journalism” following US Weekly's assertion that Lynn Spears, Jamie Lynn's mother, sold her daughter's pregnancy story to OK! for $1 million.
The Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts chain has enlisted pro golfer Phil Mickelson as its celebrity spokesman, as one part of a branding campaign for the chain as a convention destination.
Robin Williams will be the first celebrity guest to appear on The Late Show when it airs this evening.
The Wall Street Journal explains how LVMH has managed to lay claim to the largest share of the Champagne region's grape output.
Jeffrey Chodorow, renowned restaurateur, is replacing Ono, his Gansevoort Hotel restaurant, with Maxim Steak, in a partnership with Maxim Magazine.
Face Reviews provides advice on ensuring success of a Facebook application.