Coca-Cola retains its lead in Interbrand's 2010 Best Global Brands (visit www.bestglobalbrands.com for the full report).
Abbott Laboratories receives split FDA decision on Meridia.
Boeing plans to fly tourists to space. Separately, the World Trade Organization says it received illegal assistance from the U.S. in its continuing battle with Airbus.
Carrefour sets a strategy to become the “IKEA of groceries.”
FedEx reports more than doubling of fiscal first-quarter profits, but trims outlook and announces job cuts.
Forest Laboratories settles claims that it marketed Celexa antidepressant drug to children.
Goldman Sachs faces a lawsuit alleging widespread sex bias.
McDonald's takes a new direction in architectural design.
Microsoft expects big sales of its Kinect motion-sensor gaming accessory for the holidays.
Pom Wonderful sues FTC over ad standards for health claims on free-speech grounds.
Scottrade welcomes Americans to investment “community.”
Toyota trims Scion tc sales projections based on economic data as it unveils new models.
Under Armour prepares for launch of its basketball shoes.
US Democrats reveal new logo.
Walgreens streamlines management with an eye toward marketing and merchandising.
Wal-Mart explains how it is beefing up assortment again to win back shoppers.
Yahoo needs more time for turnaround, CEO Carol Bartz says.