Apple acknowledges iPhone 4 antenna issue, suggests users hold it differently.
AXA unloads British assets for $4 billion.
BlackBerry-maker RIM misses profit targets as Apple gains market share.
Boeing denies fleet grounding while 787 Dreamliner technical issue is investigated.
ConAgra's quarterly profit fell 48%.
Current TV adds to Al Gore's woes.
Kodak printer sales fill hole left by photographic film's decline.
MDC Partners will give $1 million for winning idea for a new agency.
Nokia takes on Apple in Europe with app-laced ads.
Oracle quarterly earnings exceed estimates.
SAIC, China's largest domestic carmaker, plans to raise funds to develop new models.
Sony is inking a deal to carry Hulu on PlayStation 3.
Swype technology is included on Droid X and 50 more models by year-end.
Toyota localizes management in Europe and U.S.
Volkswagen said to shake up Porsche as U.S. head Stefan Jacob is tapped to run Volvo worldwide.
Wal-Mart wins Chicago zoning battle.
Weinstein Co. wipes out $450 million debt thanks to Goldman Sachs.
America's push to reduce salt in food backed up by new health study. One culprit: potato chips.
New U.S. regulations impact financial institutions, credit cards and consumers.
"Most American" cars? Japanese.