BP's "top kill" effort resumes as second plume discovered and clean-up cost approaches $1 billion. WSJ investigation shows lack of command at Deepwater Horizon rig.
Smart-a$$ behind the mock @BPGlobalPR Twitter feed revealed to be San Francisco-based interactive designer Mike Monteiro, who may have a book deal. [update: Monteiro denies the whole thing]
Apple's iPad starts selling globally, with buyers lining up in London, Tokyo and beyond. Time Warner and Universal grapple with its Flash allergy, though Time Inc.'s gung ho.
Absolut taps Spike Lee to design limited edition Absolut Brooklyn.
Nike's "Write the Future" World Cup ad sets viral video record.
Campari redesigns Cinzano apertif brand.
Claridge's hotel introduces art deco-inspired rebranding.
Coca-Cola's green bottle recognized.
Google's AdMob acquisition has been finalized.
Guinness World Records goes digital on the iPad.
ITV launches dual screen interactivity for World Cup fans in the UK.
Kellogg's rolls out short-form video campaign for Optivita brand.
Mercedes China sales to hit 300,000 a year by 2015.
Monocle magazine's latest branded store opened in Tokyo.
Motel 6 tests chic makeover at California location.
Nintendo's Wii Fit and Konami's Dance Dance Revolution enlisting in US Navy?
NPR goes inside Pabst Brewing Co. sale.
Prudential and AIG are in talks about AIA sale.
Shell is buying US natural gas firm East Resources for $4.7 billion.
Toys "R" Us retains Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase to launch an IPO.
United and Continental chiefs pitched their airlines' merger in Washington.
Volkswagen sponsors Discovery UK adventure programming.
YouTube now partially available in Pakistan.
Japan automakers had a good April, as Toyota and others report earnings.