Posted by Dale Buss on March 29, 2011 09:00 AM
BP reviewed by US prosecutors for potential manslaughter charges.
British Airways cable crew vote for new round of strikes.
News Corp. and Vevo are in talks about the future of Myspace.
AT&T/T-Mobile merger "hurdle must be high," writes the New York Times in an op-ed.
Eminem lawsuit could change how digital revenues get shared with artists.
Grameen Bank head Muhammad Yunus fights move to get him to step down.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on August 26, 2010 09:00 AM
Dell says 3Par accepted its raised bid, trumping HP for control of the computer-storage company. (Updated).
US egg farmers launch a public reassurance campaign in the wake of nationwide salmonella outbreak.
Facebook is the leading social networking site in India for the first time, overtaking Orkut.
Academy Awards telecasts could move to Mondays to make room for NFL games on Sunday nights.
Alibaba Group, China's biggest e-commerce operator, expands travel business to include international airline-ticket sales and plans to undercut rivals' prices.
BHP, undeterred by rivals, vows restraint in its bid for Potash.
British Heart Foundation calls for more labelling on food after UK salt survey cites KFC, McDonald's, Pret a Manger and others.Continue reading...
Posted by Peter Feld on September 8, 2009 09:06 AM
Obama attempts to rebrand health care reform proposals. [WSJ]
Switzerland ousts US as the world's most competitive economy in the annual World Economic Forum global survey of business leaders. [AP]
Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom to combine their struggling T-Mobile and Orange UK operations, creating the country's largest wireless provider. [NYT]
Google defends its Books Registry plans to digitize copyrighted but out-of-print books at a European Commission hearing. [NYT]
Kraft fights to take over Cadbury. [FT]
Unilever's China plans target growth rather than profits. [WSJ]
Jaeger chief Tillman's purchase of Aquascutum from Japanese giant Renown restores British ownership of the 158-year-old fashion brand. [Guardian]
Oof! In China, two Wal-Mart employees are fired after beating a suspected shoplifter to death. [AP]
(More headlines: Pret A Manger, Pearson, Harvard University.) Continue reading...