geico

geico

Forget City Hall, the insurance industry is what could really hurt the sharing economy

Geico's Kash now just acting like a dickwad

adweek.blogs.com
Geico's Kash now just acting like a dickwad

Geico's ad campaign has an evil British twin

adweek.blogs.com
Geico's ad campaign has an evil British twin
HireVue turns interviewing job applicants into entertainment

Hairy hand model hypes Geico's iPhone app

adweek.blogs.com
Hairy hand model hypes Geico's iPhone app

The Geico GloveBox: Changing the Insurance Industry’s Smartphone Landscape

www.pandemiclabs.com
The Geico GloveBox: Changing the Insurance Industry’s Smartphone Landscape
Should insurance companies just cover everyone for car-sharing?

The CALM Act finally puts the muzzle on loud TV commercials

arstechnica.com
Imagine this scenario: you're Senior Reviews Editor Lee Hutchinson and you're settling in to watch some Golden Girls reruns. Maybe, like Lee, you've cracked open a bag of habanero pork rinds and a can of Keystone Light. Yes, you think to yourself, this will be the best Friday night ever!...
The CALM Act finally puts the muzzle on loud TV commercials
RelayRides suspends New York service after cease and desist

Voice of Geico fired for anti-Tea Party tirade

adweek.blogs.com
Voice of Geico fired for anti-Tea Party tirade
When Pigs Flirt: Christian Group Decries Bestiality in Geico Mobile App

Splunk makes a splash

tech.fortune.cnn.com
The data analytics firm may not be as sexy as a LinkedIn or a Facebook, but that doesn’t mean Wall Street doesn’t love its IPO. FORTUNE — It’s no Facebook, LinkedIn (LNKD) or Zynga (ZNGA), but data analytics company Splunk (SPLK) is making a big splash on Wall Street. The...
Splunk makes a splash
30 billion times a day, Google runs an ad (13 million times, it works)
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?