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 Dale Buss on February 3, 2012 09:05 AM
AMR CEO defends job cuts at American Airlines.
AOL doubles down with investment in Huffington Post streaming TV network.
Apple dealt legal setback against Motorola, expands patent fight with Samsung.
Amazon could burn through its cash.
AstraZeneca plans to cut another 7,300 jobs.
Banana Republic brings back Mad Men collection with AMC.
Chipotle holds the line on pricing.
Chrysler re-launches in U.K. with Super Bowl spot on Sky.
Coca-Cola ties effort encouraging teens to Black History Month.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on December 2, 2011 09:04 AM
American Airlines parent AMR bankruptcy could foist huge losses on key creditors.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs honored with exhibition highlighting his patents and trademarks.
AT&T blasts federal critique of T-Mobile deal, as AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile deal with Carrier IQ privacy concerns.
Barnes & Noble continues to struggle financially with digital transition.
Chili's drives menu changes and sales with retrofit.
Disney raises dividend to highest level in 20 years.
Fiat closes plant as European demand falls.
GM offers to buy back Volt from owners.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 28, 2011 09:00 AM
Carrefour receives merger offer in Brazil.
Daimler looks to deepen Renaul-Nissan partnership.
Facebook hires celebrated hacker.
Google CEO expresses confidence against antitrust probe as the company is sued by a French competitor.
Koss nears settlement of shareholder suits in wake of $34-million embezzlement.
Los Angeles Dodgers opens new front in war with Major League Baseball after filing for bankruptcy.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on June 15, 2011 09:00 AM
Apple sees leak of some secrets of its retail success, as JCPenney snags its retail head as CEO.
Asos, on a roll, auctions Cheryl Cole collection for charity.
Edge Shave Gel seeks unique individuals on the "Edge of Greatness" in new social-media effort.
GM searches for how to fix Opel.
Google launches Chromebooks, speeds up the web to make search faster.
Honda predicts huge profit drop for 2012.
Kellogg receives federal warning about bacteria at Georgia plant.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 20, 2011 09:00 AM
Apple signs music labels for cloud-based service, and denies claim by Amazon that “app store” is a generic term.
BP settles with partner in Gulf spill.
Coca-Cola creates chief sustainability officer position.
Frito-Lay rewards Cheetos fans for goofing off.
Goldman Sachs executives brace for subpoenas in mortgage investigation.
Honda recalls 2012 Civic for fuel line defect.
IMF is a reportedly a chauvinist haven.
Lance Armstrong refutes new doping allegations.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 16, 2011 09:00 AM
Apple sees PC cannibalization by iPad drop.
AutoNation car dealer network gets thrown for a spin by Japanese car-supply problems.
Barnes & Noble hits one million Nook app downloads.
BP tries to salvage Russian deal.
Dish Network taps former Sirius head Joseph Clayton to replace founder Charlie Ergen as CEO.
Fox puts faith in Simon Cowell's The X Factor for fall prime-time schedule.
IMF head arrest in sexual-assault case roils worlds from French politics to euro zone debt.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on May 12, 2011 09:00 AM
Apple's latest iPad 2 customer: the Queen of England.
AT&T defends T-Mobile acquisition.
Cisco predicts more hardship and further job cuts.
Deutsche Borse head urges NYSE shareholders to approve merger.
Goldman Sachs reputation suffers in poll.
Hermes results quantify comeback of luxury sector.
J&J recalls HIV drug as its Cordis unit loses patent dispute to Boston Scientific.Continue reading...