Keith Naughton

Is The 'Regis Look' Your Final Answer?

Who wants to look like a millionaire game-show host? Apparently, millions of American men. The monotone shirts and shiny ties Regis Philbin wears on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" are creating the biggest men's fashion frenzy since Don Johnson slipped a pink T shirt under his white blazer.

Tired Of Smile-Free Service?

Hustling off to work one morning recently, Ann Andraska pulled into her neighborhood gas station in Ann Arbor, Mich., for a fill-up. On her way to the checkout counter, the elementary-school speech therapist grabbed a Coke and a five-pound bag of ice.

Crunch Time At Kellogg

Growing up in Cleveland, Terri Manns started her day with a bowl of Kellogg's Raisin Bran. But now, Manns's day begins with "pure chaos" as she rushes to get her two kids to school and herself to the office. "I'm lucky to make it to work," says the 37-year-old executive, "let alone sit in my kitchen and eat breakfast." On a good day, Manns manages to gobble down a bagel during her morning scramble. "If it can't be easily eaten with one hand while the other hand is on the wheel of the car,...

Can Toyota Get Its Mojo Back?

When Gretta Rose Bart went shopping for her first new car, she intended to follow her family's tradition of buying Toyotas. The 29-year-old learned to drive in her mother's Toyota Camry, which she says was "safe and practical." Instead, Bart drove away in a sleek white Volkswagen Jetta for $16,000.

When Cars Drive You

It's 2050, and one quintessential American passion has withstood the test of time: we like to drive. So you decide to hit the open road and cruise across country.


With a new baby and a full-time job, Jill McGarr doesn't have time to cruise the malls this Christmas. Instead, she's cruising the Internet, shopping for gifts for her husband and 2-month-old daughter.

Chewed Out By Mints

Wrigley has a problem with bad breath. And it is playing out inside Brian Knott's briefcase. In one corner is the Ohio auditor's trusty tin of Altoids, the curiously strong mints that have sweetened his breath in stressful situations.

Hitting The Bull's-Eye

Target stores' new marketing blitz brings new meaning to the term "fashion victim." After launching a series of ads this summer featuring Gen-X models in fashions dotted with its red and white bull's-eye logo, Target was deluged with calls from consumers eager to don the funky threads.