In The News

No, A Salad Doesn’t Make that Burger Healthier (Wall Street Journal)

Yes, Some Actually Believe Adding Salad Lowers A Meal’s Calorie Total (American Council on Science and Health)

Why McRibs and Pumpkin Spice Lattes aren’t sold year-round (ABC News)

Whisky, Swords And House Lannister Coin Purses: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Merchandise Is Coming (Forbes)

Do you owe a tip to the barista who poured your black coffee? (Chicago Tribune)

The Psychology of Healthy Eating (Kellogg Insight)

How to Sell Your Business–and Keep It Too (Inc.)

When Are Consumers Most Likely to Feel Overwhelmed by Their Options? (Kellogg Insight)

How Co Mastered the Four Ps (BoF)

Baez, Schwarber help companies bask in Cubs World Series glow (Chicago Tribune)

How big box stores look to hook college students – for life (Chicago Tribune)

Will food shoppers really seek out GMO information using QR codes? (Chicago Tribune)

Why Uber’s New Logo Is a Mistake (Fortune)

Epson Is About to Solve the Most Annoying Problem With Inkjet Printers (Bloomberg)

12 Books From Which to Build a DIY MBA for the 2020 Leader (Inc.)

How Consumers Understand (and Misunderstand) Pricing Cues (Harvard Business Review)

Chunky or Smooth? Retailer and Distributor Value-Based Pricing in Action (Wiglaf Journal)

A Campaign to Pique the Interest of Those Who Revel in a Deal (New York Times)

Amazon’s Fire Phone: A Compulsive Shopper’s Worst Nightmare?(NBC)

Pop-up shops are becoming more permanent (Fortune)

Cable Customers Chafe at Merger of Low-Rated Companies (Bloomberg)

Inside Five Businesses that Let Customers Name Their Own Price (Fast Company)

Lifestyle Branding: The New Frontier of Competitive Differentiation (Marketing Science Institute)