Posted by Dale Buss on May 26, 2011 09:00 AM
American Idol viewers crowned a new winner: Scotty McCreery.
AT&T expands 4G network.
Ashton Kutcher invests in Airbnb, his biggest social investment to date.
Carven, the French fashion brand, mulls possible IPO.
China widens lead in renewable energy ranking.
Diageo reorganizes business units.
DoubleTree by Hilton launches year-long global rebranding.
Facebook's Zuckerberg says movies, TV and music are next social frontiers as site announces music service with Spotify.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on May 24, 2011 09:00 AM
Allstate and other insurers brace for disaster claims.
Amazon finds a fierce bidder in Liberty Media's John Malone.
Armani bucks trend, vows to stay private.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America embrace social media.
British Airways among European airlines impacted by Iceland volcanic ash.
Camel Snus target smoke-restricted NYC.
Coach finds buyers returning to priciest bags.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on May 2, 2011 06:30 PM
Air Canada woos US business travelers to fly via Toronto.
Avon brand challenged in emerging markets.
Canadians went to the polls today in 41st federal election.
Dish Network appoints a new head of embattled Blockbuster chain.
EU contest to name science funding program sees flood of entries.
Jean-Paul Gaultier brand catches eye of Spanish perfume-maker Puig.
London 2012 Olympics organizers invite public to name neighborhoods.
Mercedes-Benz opens first teen driving school in America.
NASDAQ to "go hostile" with NYSE bid.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on April 19, 2011 06:00 PM
Richard Branson plan to save the ring-tailed lemurs meets with some skepticism by scientists and environmentalists.
DirecTV's premium video-on-demand service ($29.99 for 48 hours) will launch Thursday, bringing movies to living rooms in about two months.
Disney Channel loses another star as Demi Lovato quits Sonny With a Chance.
IBM beats estimates and raises profit forecast as workers seek to organize global union.
Intel beats Wall Street forecasts, while Samsung boosts chip market share to close in on Intel.Continue reading...