McDonald's unveils new I'm Lovin' It campaign (above).
Virgin Atlantic is under investigation for alleged price-fixing.
Thanks to Japan and its love of smartphones, Apple sales are up.
Gatorade's new campaign has athletes drinking throughout their games.
Lay's won't need the FDA to launch a new form of salt.
Netflix is wooing users with price cuts for Wii-based service.
Facebook draws ire from UK's Conservative Party.
Manchester United named world's most valuable soccer franchise.
DFS has a new owner.
Kimberly-Clark is fixing Cottonelle, one roll of toilet paper at a time.
The NFL Draft brings brands and sports teams together.
Microsoft revenue is up 35% from Windows 7 purchases.
Nokia cuts prices but will pause the launch of new products.
Reuters overhauls UK website, and may charge.
Hulu's subscription plan has consumers turned off.
Diesel, Marvel team up on a limited edition 'Iron Man 2' cologne.
Unilever sues over Marmite stunt.
By adding location suggestions, Google amps up its Maps.
The wireless market sees consumers drawn to prepaid cellphones.
ShopFans allows Facebook users to shop within the social-networking site.
BCBG hopes to eliminate its huge debt by splitting the fashion company.
Absolut vodka backs a pop-up bookstore in New York.
Glamour is America's magazine of the year.
Fiat maps new direction.
Best Buy will sell electric cars in the UK.
Multiple luxury brands unknowingly press charges against a counterpart.
Fashion's Night Out 2010 will be New York's biggest public fashion snow.
Meet the woman who decides which ads make it to U.S. cinemas.
Do social networking websites enable T.M.I.?