Posted by Shirley Brady on June 1, 2010 05:00 PM
Reuters goes inside the war room at BP, which embarks on diversion strategy and retains Dick Cheney's former PR head, while US Attorney General Eric Holder promises a criminal investigation and public outrage like this ramps up. President Obama also vowed today to tighten laws to avoid a similar catastrophe, which made the New Yorker (right).
Toys R Us gears up for Toy Story 3, for which Disney is selling tickets within Facebook.
McDonald's launches campaign as official restaurant of 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Adobe unveils Apple-compliant platform for the iPad. (Can iPad stand the heat?)
Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan investigated for pedal problems.
Kmart tests Kwash, a laundromat concept.
J. Crew's first bridal boutique, in NYC, sells historic scents.
C&A, Nike and Wal-Mart lead in organic cotton use.
Google closes the blinds on Microsoft's Windows.
Roger Federer's 23 semifinal winning streak ends at the French Open.
Sony launches free-to-play Star Wars Clone Wars virtual world.
Toyota is up, Hyundai down in Cars.com survey.
Autos, movies drive demand as US upfront ad sales deals get inked.
China's ad market rebounds faster than expected.