Posted by Shirley Brady on June 29, 2011 06:00 PM
Apple sued by Samsung for alleged copyright infringement.
Cisco readies Cius Android tablet
LivingSocial eyes IPO.
News Corp. sells Myspace for $35M to a group including The Social Network actor Justin Timberlake.
BJ's, the third-largest US warehouse club retailer, is sold in an all-cash deal for $2.8 billion.
JPMorgan names global head of investment banking.
Newsweek's Tina Brown defends Photoshopped "Princess Diana at 50" cover.
P&G's four-legged canine PR head retires, launches social campaign for replacement.
Paramount ordered to pull promotion dangling Justin Bieber appearance as a prize.
Toyota recalls 82,000 Lexus SUVs.
Walmart offers lower gas in co-branded deal for the summer.
Posted by Dale Buss on November 11, 2010 09:15 AM
BJ’s Wholesale Club may be looking to sell, report says.
Boeing copes with delivery implications of fire in 787 Dreamliner.
Campbell shaves its outlook for 2011.
Cisco notes order slippage.
Ford hauls out fuel-economy message about its F-150 trucks. Meanwhile, study shows that Ford is the auto brand that generates the most word-of-mouth among American consumers.
Lou Dobbs makes successful border crossing to Fox Business Network.
General Electric plans major investments in China.
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