Posted by Dale Buss on August 18, 2011 06:00 PM
Stock markets plunge on unsettling economic news.
Bank of America says some of its debit cards were compromised.
Coca-Cola plans $4-billion investment in China.
HP to spin off PCs and exit tablets.
Maserati to build SUV in Michigan at Chrysler plant.
MetLife leads variable-annuity sales.
Motorola can't solicit rival offers to Google's, papers say.
Nissan plans to quadruple market share in China.
Volkswagen isn't interested in buying Opel from General Motors, report says.
President Obama begins his vacation on Martha's Vineyard.
Posted by Dale Buss on August 16, 2011 05:59 PM
Angry Birds maker and others look at Google gaming potential as Google hopes to keep growing like a startup, CFO says.
Berkshire Hathaway increases stake in Wells Fargo.
Ford wins out in new U.S. vehicle-satisfaction survey.
Honda faces difficult month as shortages persist.
HTC files trade complaint over Apple technology in iPads and iPhones.
News Corp. editors said to know of hacking in 2007.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on August 16, 2011 08:59 AM
American Media, publisher of National Enquirer, no longer is for sale.
Barney’s teams with Lady Gaga for holidays.
Bloomberg BusinessWeek launches global editions.
Cargill to buy Provimi and extend its reach in animal food.
Caterpillar faces increased competition from Chinese heavy-equipment makers in U.S. market.
Cathay Pacific campaign doesn’t mean “make you feel special” that way.
Dr. Scholl’s sells footwear in addition to foot care.
Estee Lauder sounds caution about consumer spending on cosmetics.
Google purchase of Motorola will heavily affect advertising industry; deal leaves BlackBerry's Research in Motion in “no-man’s land.”Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on August 15, 2011 06:00 PM
Stocks advanced in light of corporate deal-making.
Anheuser-Busch goes long with pact with the National Football League.
Berkshire Hathaway buys stake in Dollar General.
Chrysler teams up with Chase Auto to expand new-vehicle loan choices.
Diet Coke gets new look for fall.
Google borrows strategy from Apple with its deal for Motorola Mobility.
Posted by Shirley Brady on July 29, 2011 04:30 PM
Airbnb crime victim claims company tried to silence her.
Apple iPhone ousts Nokia as world's best-selling smartphone, has more money than the US government.
AT&T plans to throttle data-hogs.
Bloomberg reportedly plans Arabic-language TV channel.
BMW i sub-brand starts to take shape with new concept cars.
Bulgari sales rise 23%.
Delta partners with LivingSocial to offer local deals.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on July 28, 2011 06:00 PM
Goldman, Citigroup bond sale spiked by S&P while JPMorgan Chase's Jamie Dimon and other Wall Street CEOs pressure politicians to stopstalling on a debt ceiling deal.
Amazon cuts movie streaming deal with NBCUniversal's Universal Studios.
Facebook sues 25 online "typosquatters."
Google challenged on AdMeld acquisition by DOJ, while Senate schedules antitrust hearing.
Google Maps heads to the London Underground.
H&M signs David Beckham to create underwear "bodywear" collection.
Marvel wins suit brought by artist Jack Kirby's heirs.
Motorola Mobility beats Wall Street estimates.
Twitter pushes promoted tweets to top of users' timelines.
Yelp hires IPO-savvy CFO.
Posted by Shirley Brady on July 21, 2011 06:00 PM
Apple exceeds one million Lion downloads on first day.
Borders liquidation plan approved by judge, while 11th hour Books-A-Million offer may save up to 30 stores, as employees start Google+ group.
California Milk Processor Board pulls controversial PMS campaign.
Etsy founder steps aside for new CEO.
Facebook Comments add videos, photos and website previews.
Fiat buys up US government stake in Chrysler.
Ford and Chevrolet will enhance NYC taxi fleet.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on July 15, 2011 09:00 AM
News Corp. executive accepts Rebekah Brooks resignation from News International as Rupert Murdoch is defiant as U.S. congressman calls for probe into his company over possible hacking of 9/11 victims.
Amazon tablet is coming in October.
Borders’ fate hangs in the balance as liquidation looms.
BP oil found to still be washing ashore in the Gulf of Mexico, reports Bloomberg.
Campbell addresses criticism for adding salt to 'healthy' soup line.
Clorox draws bid from Carl Icahn.Continue reading...