Posted by Shirley Brady on May 14, 2010 08:29 AM
Tablets, tablets everywhere: BlackBerry is rumored to be developing one, Sony is eyeing one and Dell is prepping a small one.
Heinz ketchup lowers sodium in response to America's war on salt ... while language in advertising is getting saltier.
British clothiers go global: Asos is expanding to US, Superdry expands thanks to David Beckham.
P&G is "in a bind" over online campaigning by moms over Pampers DryMax claims.
BP CEO Tony Hayward says company was ill prepared for Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster.
South Korea’s Posco is set to buy Daewoo for $3 billion.
BMW aims to convert “impulsive” American consumers.
Prudential seeks to buy AIA (despite shareholder qualms) for $35 billion.
Chrysler is concerned about GM’s financing plans.
Adobe steps up Flash war with Apple by taking out ads.
NBC's Law & Order TV franchise faces cancellation on cusp of record-breaking 21-year run.
BT expands super-fast broadband network in UK.
O2 customers get exclusive Gorillaz summer tour.
Agency creative hired by Y&R following clever Google AdWords campaign.
Major banks, including Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, and rating agencies face US investigation.