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Ice cream and other tasty, high-calorie foods would seem to have little in common with cocaine, but in some people's brains they can elicit cravings and trigger responses similar to those caused by addictive drugs, a new study suggests.

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Companies target baby boomers' changing tastesupdated: Fri Apr 16 2010 10:04:00

While consumer advocacy groups continue to shake their fists at the likes of Ronald McDonald and Count Chocula for enticing children with fatty, sugary fare, many companies are refocusing advertising on other susceptible, more mature babies. Baby boomers, that is.

31 reasons you shouldn't feel mom guiltupdated: Thu Mar 11 2010 10:04:00

Sure, you could always be more organized, more cheerful, more on top of every little detail. But you're not a Mombot, thank goodness, and no one (except, perhaps, you!) expects you to be.

CNNMoney: Disappearing bees threaten ice cream sellersupdated: Wed Feb 20 2008 08:25:00

Haagen-Dazs is warning that a creature as small as a honeybee could become a big problem for the premium ice cream maker's business.

Fortune: Japan's ice cream warsupdated: Fri Jun 09 2006 06:53:00

When Baskin-Robbins offered free scoops of ice cream for two hours on Japan's Ice Cream Day last month, 700,000 customers showed up at its 750 stores. But the hottest new thing in ice-cream-crazed ...

CNNMoney: Price of summer fun is risingupdated: Thu May 27 2004 11:52:00

It's official; Alan Greenspan has pronounced the death of deflation. We have nothing to fear from falling prices. Whew, that's a load off your mind, huh?

Fortune: Call Me Ice-Cream Crazyupdated: Mon Jan 07 2002 00:01:00

Hello. My name is Andy, and I'm an ice-cream freak. As in "Quick stop the car! There's a scoop shop!" Or "Honey, I'm just going to pick up five pints of Haagen-Dazs on my way home." Ice-cream compa...

Money Magazine: Frozen in Time The pleasures of finding an old-fashioned ice cream parlor when you're on the roadupdated: Tue Aug 01 2000 00:01:00

Around the corner from my apartment, about a five-minute walk away, is a Haagen-Dazs shop, and a few blocks past that is a Carvel. Both of them offer a yummy array of cones, sundaes and floats, but...

Fortune: THE WORLD'S LARGEST INDUSTRIAL CORPORATIONS MORE PROFITS, LOWER SALESupdated: Mon Jul 25 1994 00:01:00

PROFITS FLOODED into the world's largest corporations in 1993, rising 133% above last year's. But the cascade of gold (more than $116 billion) wasn't quite as luxurious as those numbers imply. Sinc...

Money Magazine: Wise Upupdated: Wed Dec 01 1993 00:01:00

FROZEN YOGURT is ice cream's healthful alternative, right? Not necessarily. A four-ounce serving of Haagen-Dazs Vanilla Frozen Yogurt, for example, contains 170 calories, 50mg of cholesterol and 50...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Apr 19 1993 00:01:00

KID'S VIDEO Ask your younger kids if they'd like to learn something about music history or theory, and you'll probably hear a resounding ''NO.'' But sit them down at the computer with Rock and Bach...

Money Magazine: MONEY's 1993 Store of the Year Riding the crest of eco-consciousness, Fresh Fields serves up ''good for you'' foods and productsupdated: Tue Dec 01 1992 00:01:00

Steer your cart down the immaculate aisles of Fresh Fields' new 30,000-square- foot market in Alexandria, Va. for the first time and, while everything looks familiar, you sense the landscape is sub...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Sep 21 1992 00:01:00

PC INTERPRETER You said you were fluent in Spanish on your resume -- 11 years ago. Now the boss is sending you to Madrid in a week. The PC Interpreter talking translator by British Boston Co. of To...

Fortune: WHY KIDS SHOULD LEARN ABOUT WORK They don't know much now. For a better work force -- with a better work ethic -- updated: Mon Aug 10 1992 00:01:00

WHAT DO KIDS know about the world of work, that mysterious adult realm hidden behind the concrete walls of factories and the reflective windows of office towers? Not much, and not nearly enough to ...

Fortune: NO SEXY SALES ADS, PLEASE -- WE'RE BRITS AND SWEDESupdated: Mon Oct 21 1991 00:01:00

Sure, sex sells. But should lust be used to sell ice cream or personal computers (see photos)? That's the debate roiling some quarters in Britain and Sweden. British editorial writers, cartoonists,...

Fortune: A number that says it all, the great pulchritude plot, the hammering of Carl Icahn, and other matters. THE SEXIST PLOT THICKENS,updated: Mon Aug 12 1991 00:01:00

In which Kindly Dr. Keeping Up gamely tries to explain both the headline above and the antipulchritude perspective of Naomi Wolf, authoress of The Beauty Myth: How Images of Beauty Are Used Against...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Feb 11 1991 00:01:00

HAAGEN-DAZS FROZEN YOGURT Is the search for the ultimate low-guilt treat over? Haagen-Dazs, a unit of Britain's Grand Metropolitan in Teaneck, New Jersey, has unveiled a frozen yogurt. Like its ult...

Fortune: FORTUNE Magazine contents page FEBRUARY 11, 1991 VOL. 123, NO. 3 updated: Mon Feb 11 1991 00:01:00

SPECIAL REPORT/COVER STORIES 36 WHAT COMES NEXT War taught the U.S. that high-tech weapons can work and the volunteer Army can fight. Now the first step to an enduring peace is a Palestinian settle...

Money Magazine: Should You Turn Down Harvard? No. For prestige and powerful friends, an Ivy League diploma is worth the price.updated: Mon Sep 10 1990 00:01:00

Harvard's just sent one of those thick, juicy envelopes -- meaning that you're in -- and now you're asking yourself: Do I accept? (Yes!) Or do I spend the next four years at some fine state school ...

Money Magazine: THE COMING JOYS AND POSSIBLE JOLTS OF SHOPPING WITH A CASH CARDupdated: Sun Oct 01 1989 00:01:00

Your patience melts along with your Haagen-Dazs as the shopper ahead of you in the supermarket checkout line extracts a wad of cents-off coupons from his pocket. You scan the tabloid headlines (WED...

Fortune: PRINCESS OF PADSupdated: Mon Jun 05 1989 00:01:00

Fashion doyennes have declared the linebacker look passe, but a lot of women aren't listening. Kathleen Kirkwood isn't. Not only does the former Ford agency model wear shoulder pads, she also sells...

Fortune: YUPPIE SPENDING GETS SERIOUS Those conspicuous consumers are settling down, eating in, and stashing their cash in quality furnitupdated: Mon Mar 27 1989 00:01:00

BRACE yourselves marketers: The yuppies, those ambitious, self-obsessed, young baby-boomers who flaunted their affluence and fascinated Madison Avenue, are toning down the flash. After leading thei...

Fortune: BUILDING INTIMACYupdated: Mon Mar 13 1989 00:01:00

. Corporations have become so fond of special events marketing that it's hard to think of a major tennis match or arts festival -- or even beach volleyball tournament -- that doesn't have a brand n...

Fortune: JAPAN'S PRODIGAL YOUNG ARE DIPPY ABOUT IMPORTSupdated: Mon May 11 1987 00:01:00

When he commutes across Tokyo to classes, university student Ryoichi Mizutani, 18, carries his books in a $100 black Valentino shoulder bag and his subway pass in a $60 Louis Vuitton wallet. Naomi ...

Money Magazine: 99 Things That, Yes, Americans Make Bestupdated: Fri May 01 1987 00:01:00

For many Americans, unless something is made in the U.K. or fabrique en France it is just not up to snuff. Yet, as the following list of high-quality products demonstrates, we can glory in much of ...

Fortune: Sex at Stanford, Winning Big at Waterloo, Politicizing Ice Cream, and Other Matters. The Case of the Ethical Ketchupupdated: Mon Feb 16 1987 00:01:00

We are sitting here glumly reading a book called Rating America's Corporate Conscience and trying to think of something discreditable about Pillsbury. This particular effort got under way soon afte...

Money Magazine: Queen of the roadupdated: Thu Jan 01 1987 00:01:00

When you think of ice cream, premium-priced brands like Haagen-Dazs and Frusen Gladje probably pop to mind. But if you want to invest in ice cream, think downscale, says Glenn Johnson, a restaurant...

Fortune: Yuppie saturationupdated: Mon Sep 30 1985 00:01:00

In reaction against what threatens to become a never-ending pitch from advertisers, yuppies seem to be tiring of all the adulation, and some marketers seeking all those upwardly mobile dollars are ...

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