Comcast-NBC deal raises concerns in the U.S.
Facebook looks to boost ads; 500 million user benchmark tipped in new movie marketing?
Jeep "slowly" relaunches the Grand Jerokee.
Tiger Woods' lost endorsements cost IMG $4.6 million last year, according to CNBC.
Toshiba enters e-reader fray.
Toy Story 3 tops box office in biggest opening weekend for Disney Pixar.
ABC.com, ESPN's live World Cup streams, YouTube and other sites add captioning for deaf consumers.
Amazon relaunches clothing business.
BASF to buy Cognis for more than €3bn.
Biovail to merge with Valeant and drop its brand name.
Burberry expands into beauty products.
CNN's Larry King hosts Gulf telethon tonight as future remains cloudy.
ConAgra's Marie Callender brand recalls frozen meals over salmonella fears.
Dell is in talks with Google to use Chrome OS in its laptops.
Elle magazine embraces reality TV.
Gatwick Airport unveils "challenger brand" positioning to Heathrow.
GM takes a big gamble on its little Cruze, aims to restore Opel brand.
Google to launch paid content service for newspapers.
Leo Burnett's David Perez, aka David on Demand, begins obeying Twitter commands in Cannes today.
Lonny, an online magazine from Domino alumni, raises backing and profile of digital magazines in iPad era.
PepsiCo expands health energy drinks with FRS deal.
Time Warner is in talks to buy UK's Shed Media.