Posted by Shirley Brady on June 26, 2012 08:44 AM
Toyota tops Interbrand's 2012 Best Global Green Brands report.
News Corp. considers splitting company in two, spinning off publishing assets, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Microsoft acquires Yammer for $1.2 billion to take on Oracle and Salesforce with new cloud-based services.
Nissan rises on fast recovery from disasters and plans $1B China auto plant as CEO Ghosn remains Japan's highest paid exec and automaker turns to Facebook to launch five new models.
Facebook names first woman to board — COO Sheryl Sandberg — and pulls so-called stalker app while creating uproar by changing all users' email addresses to facebook.com.
Google I/O news on Wednesday expected to reveal Google and Sony taking on cable and satellite operators with voice-controlled YouTube TV box, as Google prepares to battle Apple with discount tablet.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on June 21, 2012 08:51 AM
McDonald's UK will introduce Mad Men-inspired uniforms at London 2012 Olympics venue.
Kia Soul scores in J.D. Power auto quality study while Lexus repeats as #1 overall and Ford and Chrysler slip in key automotive rankings.
Starbucks to open first tea-only store under Tazo brand.
Facebook Credits system is being phased out for new payment platform, while IPO attracts Capitol Hill inquiry, "like" button migrates to third-party mobile apps, and unique visitors drop.
Apple fined in Australia for misleading iPad advertising.
BlackBerry-maker RIM downsizes workforce.
Cabot to buy Norit for $1.1 billion.
Cannes Lions announces winners for creative effectiveness, media, mobile and outdoor.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 2, 2011 09:00 AM
In the wake of Osama bin Laden takedown by US, tock markets rally, Facebook page "Osama bin Laden is Dead" takes off as Obama congratulated by GOP including Dick Cheney, who said "the war goes on" — a cautionary note reinforced by security alerts and travel precautions.
Air France black box found from Rio-to-Paris flight in 2009.
Amazon apologizes for outage.
Berkshire Hathaway chief Warren Buffett distances himself from Sokol affair.
Boston Globe reportedly will be subject of a purchase bid.
Chrysler reports its first net profit since bankruptcy.
Dish Network agrees to pay $500M to settle TiVo dispute.
DuPont raises offer for Danisco in food-ingredients bid.Continue reading...