Apple looks to small businesses for growth.
AT&T reports earnings, and 3.2 million iPhone activations in the second quarter.
CBS eyes daytime talk-show arena reportedly with The View-like replacement for musty As the World Turns.
Chrysler in the black again after last year’s near-death experience and acquisition by Fiat, with help from the U.S. government.
Comcast's G4 TV channel will become 4G for a week-long tie-in with Sprint.
ESPN's internal watchdog criticizes LeBron James broadcast.
Facebook signed a social gaming pact with RockYou.
Ford scuttles debt deal over complicated fallout from financial regulatory overhaul.
GM is buying AmeriCredit for $3.5 billion, and soars in China.
Google faces data collection probe in 37 U.S. states.
Haribo taps teen stars Brenda Song and Justin Bieber for a new candy, reportedly called “Vuvuzela Balls” after the World Cup horns.
IBM unveils a new generation of mainframes today.
Lance Armstrong hires criminal defense attorney as doping inquiry heats up.
Lionsgate negotiates extension of Mad Men as viewers get ready for the hit show’s fourth season to begin Sunday.
Media General rides boom in political advertising to higher operating earnings.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is reportedly feeling some heat these days.
MTV signed new contracts with the cast of Jersey Shore.
Netflix finds shift to digital yielding huge subscriber growth – and financial results.
Nokia promises new smartphones to catch up with Apple and Motorola as CEO fights for his job.
Rolls-Royce introduces a bespoke picnic basket.
SABMiller sells less beer worldwide.
Starbucks continues financial turnaround, riding new and recently introduced products such as Via instant coffee.