Posted by Shirley Brady on May 26, 2010 05:37 PM
Apple became the world's most valuable tech company today, hitting a market cap of $227.1 billion to unseat Microsoft's $226.3 billion.
BP's top kill plan is underway as it buys Google ad to highlight its clean-up site. PBS is live-streaming on its YouTube channel.
Jean Paul Gaultier is out at Hermès, which will retain a 45% stake in his label. Who's in: Lacoste designer Christopher Lemaire.
CES head Gary Shapiro has some advice for brands in China.
Disney refuted insider trading claims that it's looking to unload ABC.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg protests its privacy changes are for users, not advertisers.
Louis Vuitton was forced to pull ad in the U.K. claiming its leather goods are hand-stitched.
Pabst Blue Ribbon and Schlitz owner Pabst Brewing was acquired by the Metropoulos family for about $250 million.
Apple, Dell and HP investigate Foxconn, a Chinese manufacturer that just saw its ninth employee suicide.